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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 30 June 1898

ANDREI BALLOON HOAX. I Originated with an Imaginative Cariboo Woman. Aw Epidemic ol n*ll»ona FollowM •nd the Public Wat* Kept on I'.tlse ssltli I « | MNMH Before l'rof. Andrce left for the Arc tic regions an illustrated circular was sent from Sweden to the remote out posts of the northwest territories and Hritish Columbia, requesting.trappers, half-breeds, Indians, Hudson bay ofli < ers and nil persons who illicit be in Ihe northern part of tbis continent dur ing the summer to he on the lookout for j the explorer's baloon, This wholesale adverti. i'.irr has had an amusing result. Barely had Prof. Andres and bia bal* j loon taken themselves off toward the pole, when there was a perfect epi detnlc of balloon visitants over nil the higher latitudes of North America, The lone bnehelors of the plains puff lag solitary plpeaat their shanty doors during the inn.-* evenings Imagined ! Ihey saw Aml ree apparitions in the curl ing- wreaths of their own tobacco smoke, i The cowboys out on t...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 30 June 1898

8 p( '« Milk Pans [jl'ullllulSl 0 iSeS SKe,,les Ci.n yon atrord to he without this class of goods when they can bp had at the following prices ? TwM.jusn milk].*ii l-'Sc No. .'I sauce |>au ....... p,„, r " " 'JOe No B Sanep ae* tt'e « lv •■ • tat Tv .i quart cuvereil Sauce |*«v - •<• r**n quart dltbpaa tn Wo. 18. •% quart pressrvs teals . Ms Fourteen quart dUhpen Me Ho. as atsssrt/s ksttls • ■ Bo seventeen quart daShfM Im No. '.'preserve kettle .... HOC Nn i«saucepan IBs x„. m pieasrvtksrU* Be So^tSU'STn" B™'"8 ™'" •"■ "* Bprsssrvs kettle Me No. .*.' -stiee I'Sii nil' Nn >-.reserve kettle ....... Be E. M. HARRIS. Grocer, First St. 1 I Id II Uriel ISits ul Vus fathered Prow Various Sources. PERSONAL AM) IMPERSONAL. ' News" Is Somcthlm That Is Mot Generally Knowo. and Here Readers of "The Her ald" Will Find Seversl Col iimns of It. Step in and try Wilson's IcS cream. 80 Keens wants your watch nnd clock work. I' Col. I. S. Howiett was a Seattle visitor this suck. N. II l.illi"...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 7 July 1898

The Yakima Herald. VOL. X, l.lA*.A*A,!A*'A*.i*k*lA*:A*:A*-it^A*'A*.A*.A*.A'A'.A*;A*;i:-A*!A:-ir.:-*( 1 ,-SSTrS-^ FOR PRESERVING FRUIT 1 Is" s. w 'ou ftft^rsp) But don't be deceived by the numerous cheap, flimsy, steel- enameled wares that are * flooding the market. We have just received a full line of the GENUINE ST. 4 LOUIS GRANITE WARE, acknowledged the best and only satisfactory ware in •a\ use. *** *-* I DELFT WARE. We are also just receiving a complete stock of this famous ware. The heaviest, smoothest, most handsome and durable ware to be had. Either of above wares cost but a trifle more than the imitations, and are by far the cheaper in the end. S^te, TIN FRUIT CANS /<^g^ X <llf§P^ SEALING - WAX. fvv:..--»r.--v^r,y,ViW-y !^^^ St. Fail k Tin Her Coin, NORTH YAKIMA, PROS3EH AND TOPPENISH. We carry a most complete stock of *Tm *Wi.^v m„^\ **T\.rt\ n\ *W\^V^v^\ lljtjtflv^x *Wl *W, *W\ *W< •tl.^./Wt I LUMBER j mm *\ *^e^--je-1w **'W*^^*^'Win^*ll!^'sls'*W Lath, Posts, Plas...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 7 July 1898

o 11l Gill il In the Midst of Our Inn CMC News of Sinn|is(in'>. Great Victory. YAKIMA SHOWS PATRIOTISM An l xcrllrnt Proiram, Well Carried Out Ac (iii ni at tlw Bait Came Pyrotechnic Dls tiny Not Exactly as Scheduled Fun on the Ahtanum. The Fourth is a thing of the past—at least for another twelve months. In Yakima it was a ureal big day this year, and will lie remembered with much pleasure by all The day wool I have been an ideal one had it lint been lur the wind that came tip about 4 o'clock; but even thie little uupleeaantneea wn* loel hinht of hv the big throng that heard the newa which came over the wires ahoal this time, announcing Admiral Samp lon's ureat feat of destroying the entire Spanish Beet al Santiago ami tbe capture nf Cervera. The program was followed out as on - line I some ilavs in advance. Firat came the parade in the morning st 10 o'clock, beaded by the dram corps, followed by tha U, A. It., a brigade nf bicycles, the tire department, hand, Knights nf Pythias...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 7 July 1898

ii. in tiic Yakima District. Tl * * m:■ .- ii:.. -s, alined from the annus rep r' of I ■•■ h aisti rol Ihi I. - land iii .* .-r he \e«r .-1..1,1 g.l uhl ■'• *. I ..... „ . „-• eki .. : v; i* . 11 • , . In ." i .k. oi ! ,ii 1 diatr * • 11,,. i*|. ir* distrl * * - • ■• -in on I i.i .* in tiii.i M-i ai i ci *i or 7 78 i acres, ili v. I I at (.ill us. V ikiii i i* in.-v, :i ..i;.- 'i acre*; Kuius cmnty, 1,003,180 aires, and Douglas county, 1,034,850 acres, of which there lis-* heen appropriated tiy •ettter* and the Nor'hern Pacific Railroad company in Yakima county, 1,447,8.11 acres j la Kititaa county, (Hs.l'.I 1! acre-, and In 11 itigla* connty, 444 *547 s res. There is ri'serviil in Yskuna canity (for Indiana), 1.-"i"..Udi aires, and m Kititas county (for lor**try),sß 873 acres, leaving a balance ol unoccupied Isinls In the lever*) cotintie* as follows: Y'lkiiiii, survevel, 870,478 acres, and lltisiirveyeil, .r>t4.-'iUlt aires; Kititas county, silrveved, U.it 7il!l acres, and un s...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 7 July 1898

t I 111 tfAKIMA HERALD. pAti.gr « in - i.i i l'll!lli-ll. . p,l , . . .i urada] • ii 11 .. . . , „ . Li... I.IIIK ran • I pip „(■.. iwi'in reiwi pipei runt mm THURSDA Y. JVi V .' IS9S, .1 DEI ,'/.'/ RATS F 11.81 II" >l>. X Very body has beard or read the Mule netit tbat onl) aim. t 8,000 if silv.r dollars were rained at •!• i Imerlcan rdnts from 17UU to 1873, When it waa dripped 'rum coinage, and that since the l»-i mentioned date fi:i,7- ,'iti bed been wined. The tr it i ia sometimes told f r the pnrpiaie nf misleading bj not telling the whole truth. This is Joel as blameworthy BS deliberate lying. Some of our contemporaries fri the press, from Whom we would huvo tbe right to expect letter tilings, have pobliebed and repub lish* I the stateineut without explanation or qualification. Prior to 1973 over |SO, --000,000 of lull Is^sl tender Silver money t.ad beta coined at the American mints, Tbs coins were fractional or subsidiary, and not full dollars Tlie object of With' holdi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 7 July 1898

fi SHOOTING (II 111 Oscar NpcnuT, ■■ Imli.in. la V»w Charged Kith Murder. * CAM', til' TOO MUM BOOZE The City Fathers Meet In Reiular Session Late News From Alaska Etworth league Convention and Other Church News. The people of Zdluh were horrified on Sunday evening Io hear thita v ii-.b r hail been coinmitte I Ht the foot ol |l c hill approaching the vi11i.... from le river Toe discovery of the body ol a dead Indian ami whliiii a very short dis tance that of another Indian consider. ably under the influence ol tire* ater, was made stiortly at*or the report of a gun had been heard by different ettlsepa of that burg, who immediately went to the scene. The dead man was found to ! be Willie Sleepy, and the one under the J influence of tbe jag, Oi-ar Spencer, and he it is who ia supposed to have fired the fatal alio', and who is now reposing in the county jet I charged with the crime. Spencer had been about Xilluh during the day, and in the usual mysterious way had obtained a quart bottl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 7 July 1898

STUB PAIR NOT MS. '1 • h"i iidiiii. .1 th Kair pr imiei ito hf> no lar.-i c pr ore ol nnr h • i -:.,-,' - ,*■*. '.i -c nr u|i|i tional al ;• r.- apartments tor itn ir pu. 4ts 0 hot Ikeeper its) a that I." •\| is il me tn .. able tn furnish ec r n 1. I'll ■ I • I i gneata. Mrs Citron nl Willi Walls, who is in rhu-^e oi the il ru ilepartmennt of the Fair, writes s highly encouraging letter to Secretary flunn The aell known good taste and splendid exenn'ive ability oi Mrs. Citr n Invurna II iral ex In bit w I] Worthy oi itself a t lull to Ihe Kair The office* of the State Kair associa tion were (r ia le I witti sax ions inquirers from various pans of tbe county on the ■ftl. of July, for I sts of the premiums lor agricultural exhibits. Oir farmers are rssliting that there is no way hv which tint j can so easily advertise their farms as by showing what they will produce at the State Kair. The Slate Kair this year promises to be a Mecca for a large number of the prom inent men nf the s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 7 July 1898

GREAT CANNON MAKEfiS, yhe Krurpa and Thoir Big Plant at Essen. I nrrm nnd I v (■• ri ir i «.- Achieve In mrpsHrd Bocri'st-l-adi About Ihe ICoormiiiis Ksttili llalimrnt. The city of Baaen is located iij, the center of a hilly valley, which abounds in coul nnd iron ore, and the ili*.rping for both and the melting of the ore nnd casting tbe metal Into Ingotaand mil icg il into ban have luen tin nn-i | I tiona of the tnhabitanta for eenturiea past. I'redeiich Xi 'Upp, the founder of the great works bearing Lis name, waa born in 1757, nnd win n crucible cast steel wis first being introduced in England, nnd its Importation fn n there Into tlermany had been made Im possible through the edict of .Na poleon called "the cnntinentiil-spo( r- ." I. Kl'tlpp began to produce crucible cast st 1 I, lilst In small i|iii:-.:iitii ■ In.* files, stamps, rolls for coins end • li are. I nt 11 . slowly could be convince nnd 1 10 imd -tii r-iiiii: manttfact urci -to 111 • his en» 1 Kti el, iiinl 1 ft'i- a ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 7 July 1898

8 UlllißWE * ££*-. Can you afford to be without this class of goods when they can be bad at the following prices T Twoipmrt mttkpea .. •• •• '-'jc N0.21 Saucepaa . Me Kieir '! ■■ zClc No 38 smn-e pun . . I'le mx •• " Me Two quart covered Baace pan -«* |>n ijnart dishpan Me go. Is, ifi quart preserve kettle . Be Fourteen qaartdlshpaa ... Me go. 30 preserve kettle He Seventeen qaart dtebpea Me Re. 32 preserve kettle ...MM Nn ii -Him. pan i<- No. M preserve kettle Me SS&MS-nT.r" ... £ N„.,,;,„e...rve t .„;.. No ■.' sauce pan Mo No. 38 preserve settle Me E. M. HARRIS. Grocer, First St. 1 I Id in Brief liit> ut Sewn Gathered Prom Various Sources. PERSONAL AM) IMPERSONAL. "News" Is Something That Is Not Generally Known, an*) Here Healers of "The Her ill" Will Find Seversl Col umns of It. Step in and try Wilson's ice cream. 20 Keene wants your watch and clock work. tf Karly peachea are in the market from the I'atker Bottom district. First (lass brick at (iarrett Bros.' yard ne...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 14 July 1898

The Yakima Herald. VOL. X, FOR PRESERVING FRUIT I llbdl? MA WITH WiIDU %^$S But don't be deceived by the numerous cheap, flimsy, steel- enameled wares that are flooding the market. We have just received a full line of the GENUINE ST. LOUIS GRANITE WARE, acknowledged the best and only satisfactory ware in use. j* j* j* DELFT WARE. We are also just receiving a complete stock of this famous ware. The heaviest, smoothest, most handsome and durable ware to be had. Either of above wares cost but a trifle more than the imitations, and are by far the cheaper in the end. F m__l____[\'q? I TIN FRUIT CANS /rfffi^ E *MS^ SEALING - WAX. | B<A_9mm.mm<mmmim_mmmw.*mm]*A_-}A_^ I New Goods Oonstantly Arriving KhiLIABLh /^ ** m I'M B^|\ REPAIRED Watches I ('ih*__l&H____W "■"< "'-"-*"--1"-1--1"* --11 *!*.-, K|T' (■ ■!! iiiaiim-r ami i| dllU *OlUtris) ill. __jjf jit niTimnmnon l \<^Pfp^-iUfe^y .GUARAHTEED ! IFT LIVE "ThiA warrant will All Articles of Jewelry Repaired in an artistic manne...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 14 July 1898

o AN 111 116 Western Land Ai|ent Cooper Tells What H\> Com|ian\ Has Dune. MANY WASHINGTON SKTTLF.KS Tht Yakima Coustry Rcclvts a Shire of the Inflow Substantial sal influential Set tiers for Sunnyslde What It Will Lead to. In s recent interview with a Tacoma Lad-gat re|>orter, Mr. Thomas Cnop»r, the wedem land agent of the Northern l'acifii-,,gave some facts and figures that will pr*pve interesting to our readers, many of whom while they realize the country is filling up with settler;*!, will he surprised to learn the rapidity with which the hinds of the west ami especially Wash ington are being bought up. The husi ness in the district under Mr. Cooper's charge, comprising the etateq nf Wash ingloti, Oregon and Idaho, for the fiscal year which ended on June ft), is the larg est in the history of the company. The number of acres sold during the year just, ended was tilli.OTO. In the six previous fifcal years the number of acres sold makes a total of only 508,110 acres. Mr. Coop...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 14 July 1898

Who Will Pay for the War? An interesting ipiestion in connection with this law is how far the new taxes will be resllv borne hy those who pay them in the tirst ii.stance, and to what f-xienl they will he shifted Io Ihe treat holy of contain era. The set facilitate* ihe shifting ol the tobacco tai by provid ing for packages containing one sixih lata than those formely used, and doubtless the customary alia ol a ulass of beer will also he reduced in many cases. On tha other hand, the tax on patent medicines and other proprietary articles is almost too small to increase retail prices, except by checking in some degree the tendency to sell these goods at cut rates. Trie act specifically provides that Ihe tax on shep ing-car and parlor car tickets is to be paid by the companies issuing them, and there seems to tie little ( hance that either this or Ihe tax on hills of lading will ne shifted , but the tax on passage tickets lo foreign ports will doubtless be found to increase the expense ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 14 July 1898

4 HID YAKIMA HERALD. BAII.KY i Tl-KSI.KY I'lllilUhers Pitili»)eil ever) TlmrHilay. •■baortptloa 11.00 ,■ r icm in «l.«ii(( XilvertlnliiK rates vi".ii in-111, ateHi iHFimi. rosai mpbi y\kii\ mim THVRSUAY. JULY li. ISUS. ACQUISITION OF TERRITORY. The active prosecution of war lietween Ibis country ami Spain has no* reached a stage that requires the subjugation and occupation of Spanish territory. The message submitted to congress by Presi dent McKinley at tbe beginning of hos tilities, and the resolution passed by con •gre-'S, ea.ih clearly and explicitly declared it to be the purpose of the United States to drive the Spanish army ami navy from Cutis and Cuban waters solely in tba interest ol humanity, ami that it was in no manner lbs purpose of this gov-! ernment to acqaln additional territory or make it a war of conquest. Scarcely bad the news of Admiral Hewey's splendid victory at Manila reached us, ami long before a soldier hu I embarked on a ship to take possession ol Spanish ter...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 14 July 1898

BEIIIIiIWS What i> Ctoini] un l).iil\ of Interest to All Our People. MISCKLLANROrs XBKS NOTES * Items of Personti and Locsl Mention Put Into Condensed Form for "The Herald's" Busy Readers. Try a gallon of Wilson's pickles. Miss Annie Meyer is visiting for a time ! on the Sound. Receiver Allen of the Yakima Invest ment Co., is in Spokane ttiie week. Bargains iv stamped linen at Mrs Cary's. J. C. Lloyd, a prominent Ellensburg, sheepman was in the city Tuesday. You can save money by buying ma- China oil of A. S. Johnson i<i Co. 24-t E. F. Hiiinaam is in this locality buy ing cattle for Henry A Co., Seattle. Stamped linens at greatly red need prices at Mrs. Cary's. Mrs. Howlett and family spent several days at Simeoe Springs last week. F. K. Hiscock and Max Jackson spent a number ot days on tbe Sound this week. Ice cream at Wilson's. 20-tf. W. B. Dille, ol Monaco, South Dakota is at the Kartholet and is looking about with a view to locating. Tin Fruit cans at the Yakima Hard ware ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 14 July 1898

6 i 1 ii raw A rite I'rc-p.iriitinns licini) Miiik- to Batcrtala Visitors. PEATIKE9 <>!' THI- STATU PAIR Same Pertinent Sujjestlons for the Accommo J .it in of the People Who Will At ti nl the Show, and Other r- ii. x of Interest. The people of North Yakiui i sro a*ak enlos to tbs realisation that there is go ing to be a tremendous crowd of people at the fair this year. Hotel keepers are making every preparation to take eire of tbe rush. Tbe ladies of the different churches are also going to take a hand in the entertainment of guests. The laities of tha Episcopal church guild have tbe matter already under consideration and are contemplating engaging some vacant building with' a view of furnishing lodg ings at reasonable rates during the fair. The ladies of other churches are contem plating serving meals. This is really tbe only way *.be crowd can be taken care of. The fair commission and the public at large will appreciate all ill'iris of tins eort. it will not only enable Ihe...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 14 July 1898

IJOHIOMENINTHENAVY Bkoyo Statesmen Do Not Molest That Department. •» InpiKnlll.ui la That The? Have Preferred Other Department* of l.iiirrniiirnt * Jne conspicuous but not generally ticed exception 1o the pernicious or neticent activity of Ohio men in Amer- Sn politics is to be found iv the fact iat though the state of Ohio hasn very msidcruble water line on l.ukc Krie lerc has never been au Ohio man at ie. head of the navy department of he I'nited States since the cstnblish nent of the post of secretary of the lavy in 1708. The present secretary of he navy is a Massachusetts man. c\ jov. Long; the first secretary of the navy iiiiii a Massachusetts miin, too, George Cabot; nnd New England men, generally, have occn largely represent ed in the administration of this federal department. One reason which has occasionally been assigned for the absence of Ohio men, conspicuous elsewhere, in thejiavy department, ef the country is the fact that so far rs ocean const line is con cerned, Ohir...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 14 July 1898

8 Grill!!IR * Ir&bat, Cun you afford to lie without ttiis class of goods when they can be had at the following prices ? Twoijuart mllkpau l'-'je Nn.'.'l Sauce pan M Kimr " " .... JOe No _v. Sauce psn ... 10c mx " " A fic Two (pisrt covered Sauce pan B0 renquartdlsbpaa Be Ko. IS,9$*J qaart preacrvc kettle . Mn, huiirti-ru quart ritshpati . . UD Nn. X preserve kettle tta Seventeen quart illahpan tM No. 2? preserve kettle 30c Nn. in Sauce I'hii 1.-.c No. ji preserve kettle Vie N... li. _"., .i mrt Minri. »hu line .... . ..i .« No. JUHaiKei.an . J ..- N.i.-*" preserve kettle 40c Ko. SBsaeepsn '•*)•• No. 3d -Disserveksttts fle E. M. HARRIS. Grocer, First St. II I Ml lift Brief Hits of News Gathered From Various Sources. I'EKSOXAL AND IMPERSONAL. "PeW" Is Some thin I That Is Not Generally Kaewa. aad Here Readers of "The Her ald" WU Find Several Col unas of It. Step in and try Wilson's ice cream. 3) Keene wants your watch and clock work. tf Dr. Hare is in the city for several days from...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 21 July 1898

The Yakima Herald. VOL. X, r^-A:-;*^.--:*^ FOR PRESERVING FRUIT /^LE^V. f "^ i' *^B V, __W^T t\^a_ at k^B » i I*l \ lr 'llsiasß PBAIVITTTJ WABU l^is§ I But don't be deceived by the numerous cheap, flimsy, steel- enameled wares that are t flooding the market. We have just received a full line of the GENUINE ST. j£ LOUIS GRANITE WARE, acknowledged the best and only satisfactory ware in r; use. ** ..* „* hi DELFT WARE. I We are also just receiving a complete stock of this famous ware. The heaviest, L, smoothest, most handsome and durable ware to be had. Either of above wares T cost but a trifle more than the imitations, and are by far the cheaper in the end. f": v !-A* A- -A- *.Ac * £■*■' jfflS&fr TIN FRUIT CANS .^EB&k. f WkctL (iiii A 2# m/ cmv*. lot*"I x***f rjQnl Jp | SEALING - WAX. <^|§§|^ [ 0© ®( New Goods Constantly Arriving BEUAHLE <A*\#P^l^ ANDSmED Watches /(*l§^V^fEK!i '" * _\\\V\\\\T* and Clocks A_ f*^js&^^&Xji „„„„,„„», \irtK^^HiwS2r GIJARAHTEED ! IF I'...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 21 July 1898

2 Ii If MI James Hamilton Lewis Writes His Views on Fusion. IS I'KOU) OP THP. RESULTS He Strongly Advises the Three Parties to Acalo Unite on the Principles on Which They Stood Two Years Afo Washington, D. Ci July 5, HilS.— Hon. Thomas Mslnney,Olyrapia, Wash., Dear Sir: I write >oti as secretary ol the joint campaign committee, rather than only aa the secretary of the democratic party. In reply to your inquiries I an swer in detail. Aa TO FUSION. All the forces which united together for a cause as holy as ever animated just mankind should, I urge, again co operate, and I suggest moat deferentially to any other view prevailing that such be in the manner ol in the campaign of 1890. By each party holding as before its separate convention, full representation is assured each of tbe organizations. Also a more adequate and proportionate representa tion upon the joint tickets. I beg to urge that the parties plant themselves firmly again upon the same declarationa and principles as were ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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