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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 15 September 1898

<X A. Little Conversation. |fr "Well, where are you bound for?" said Mrs. Jones to Mrs. Wilson one day last week. "Why. I just bought a new dress at Ditter Bros.' store, and you should see the elegant bargains they have. I must tell you what they have and how cheap they are being sold. To begin with, they have a beautiful line of Fancy Cheviot Suitings actually worth 50 cents, selling at 29 cents a yard. Instead of costing $4 for an eight yard length it is only $232 —more than enough difference to buy all linings. "Next is their 35 and 50 cent mixed suiting and fancy black goods. I was astonished to see what they are doing this fall. It beats the large city stores. "But of all the goods they have, the 75c, $1 and $1.25 per yard goods are the prettiest I have ever seen, and are all goods especially suited to this country. Some of them are in Silk and Wool Novelties, Armure Granite Suitings, Covert Henriettas, Whip Cord effects, Atlas Coverts, Changeable Coverts, Brocaded Bot any s...

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. — 22 September 1898

The Yakima Herald. VOL. X, *Br STEEL RANGES : FUEL ;^^S^S|^' D— *l SAVERS convenient;.! Guaranteed to give Satisfaction. THE FINEST LINE IN THE CITY TO SELECT EROM AT THEf * MIMA MURE COMPACT * Ditto 1 MkMlj BAKERY, m* RESTAURANT and jk ICE CREAM PARLORS. : WHITE HELP o\L¥ EMPLOYED ;; Clean Tasty Cooiiit Guaranteed. I Regular dinner served from 11 a. m. to 2 p. m. Short Orders at all Hours iuiii I tie Day and Evening. ' A SHARE OF VOIR PATROSAGE SOLICITED Your Consignments Solicited BY The Campbell Commission Co., •JO7 West St„ SEATTLE. WASH. «■■■■ ■■!!■■ I J. W. Young, No. Yakima. refeki.mkk I John .■.•wbriditc, EVERYTHING SEAT AM) TASTY. THE RICHELIEU RESTAURANT Private Boxes for Ladies and Family Parties. MEALS. SG AND 50 CENTS. All the x' ' ■ f the season on our j Tablet, Call nml see tia. •.I'll us. ITTBXTIOM eiVCItl Til: inn. vm» i*-_ici v ni\Ni;ns. ———THE RHBELIEI RESTAIRAST NORTH YAKIMA. WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1898. The Splendid P fl fl H P New Line of L \ Fall ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 22 September 1898

THE YAKIMA HERALD. BAILEY. Tt.Kßl.__Y A McCOMB. Publisher*. Fubllsted every Thnrsdar; subscription 11.00 *„« r •••■*.. 11l advance. Advertising ratea upon application. OFFICIAL FISIOI PAPER Ytfll.l WUITY THVRSDA Y. SEPTEMBER tS, 1898. AN ANNOUNCEMENT. We take pleasure in announcing to the numerous patrons ot Thk Hkkald that the firm which hai been publishing it for the paat year has been strengthened by the addition of a new member, Mr. Rob ert McCimb, who is well kuown iv this city, having purchased an interest. The active management of the paper will herealter be in the hands of Mr. Tueeley, who has relieved Mr. Kailev of these duties, the latter having taken up other work requiring a large share of hie time. Tbe oew Arm will be able to give even better service than the patrons of the paper have had heretofore and feels as eared of continued liberal support. Loet, a rabbit'a foot. Tbe g. o. p. will pay a liberal reward for ita return to Boea Sperry. Yakima county can't afford to p...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 22 September 1898

Frets Dawson City. Km*l Jnn.'Hl, in a letter to Ins mother, dtte.l al Dawson Cily, AugiiHt 3. encloses many interesting items that we find space for this week. Among other things he ssys: "There are more iw .pie no* going out of tho country than are coming in. Many of these now coming in reach Dawson only to turn and go back. Two-thirds of those now here do not. know what they came for,and how they will poll through the coming winter is what many are now wondering. "Unit) is quite cheap compare*! with a few months ago. Flour sells at ft! to $8 a aai'k 'fifty pounds); beans Bto 15 cents a pound ; butter %l per pound ; sugar 30 c. ii'h a pound ; bacon 20 to 30 cents, and dried fruits at 20 to 40 cents a pound. A wa erinelon sells for $2. r). "There are many Yakima people here now. I hsve recently seen Mr. Coburn and Charles Lillie; also Mr. Banks, formerly chief clerk at the reservation. They estimate (he population of Dawson City at 25,000, but it is a little overdrawn In my opinion....

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 22 September 1898

CASTORIA. Bears tbe J9 Tw Kind You Haw Always Bought PROFESSIONAL CARDS. AIISS l>. I. WASHBURN. STENOGRAPHER tm TYPEWRITER. Rooai I. Smeller radwell block, over Tin 11, ■ m.ii otti'e. North Yakima, Wash. ( .nil.u.i. 11. DSAVIS, KMcnslmrg, Ika I. KaoLansaT, North Yaklins / IRAVEB A EKGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Roomi 7 ami H. SiH'oml floor, Firitt Nati.-ua' v.tiuk b-aikMng. vJNIVKLY .<_ MILLER, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. f-^oillice over Yakima National Hank. No.tl asima. Will practice in all the courts oi tin state and I. B, land otliees. rONES A GUTHRIE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First National Hank. North Yakima, Wa-d W'HITSON <kPARKERI ■•■■»'- wnrraoi V > l i I'.i.n i- in si r ATTORNEYS AT LAW. faf nil.. .- ill First National Hank Building ItOGLE .v RIQU, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. unices over Taklma Rational Hunk, Nnrtl. Yakima, Washington, J~ K. BANKS, DENTIST. Office over POStofiee, Yakima avenue, .Sort! Yukon*. J JR. DAVID ROBBER, Physician and Surgeon, outre over Janeck Bioa Drag store...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 22 September 1898

M -A. Little Conversation, fc "Weil, where are you bound for?" said Mrs. Jones to Mrs. Wilson one day last week. "Why. I just bought a new dress at Ditter Bros.' store, and you should see the^elegant bargains they have. I must tell you what they have and how cheap they are being sold. To begin with, they have a beautiful line of Fancy Cheviot Suitings actually worth 50 cents, selling at 29 cents a yard. Instead of costing $4 for an eight yard length it is only $2.32 —more than enough difference to buy all linings. "Next is their 35 and 50 cent mixed suiting and fancy black goods. I was astonished to see what they are doing this fall. It beats the large city stores. "But of all the goods they have, the 75c, $1 and $1.25 per yard goods are the prettiest I have ever seen, and are all goods especially suited to this country. Some of them are in Silk and Wool Novelties, Armure Granite Suitings, Covert Henriettas, Whip Cord effects, Atlas Coverts, Changeable Coverts, Brocaded Bot any suit...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 22 September 1898

PUIS* * Kinase Hardman LncLw'ls Franklin Harrington Kingstnar-y IKlrell Royal Ho^ward J"e"wett ZEPease We will move soon into our new quarters in the old Dills store where we will carry a big stock of everything in the musical line. Symphon ion Music Boxes a specialty. ORGANS * * Mason & Hamlin, Estey, _A.nn Arbor, CtLicago Cottage, Vocalion. NOKTH YAKIMA AM) VICINITY. MiHsliraco Stephenson has purchased the (iriflin uroperty on Third street. As the days grow shorter Keene's stock of nickle clocks disappear. P. 11. Colby the fusion nominee for the legislature, is in the city for a few days. You will find blankets lor title a pair at Thomas. (iem Oaks are tbe coming heaters. They have them at Wallace-Coburns. Ladies can see something nice in silk shirt waists by calling at The Wonder. Hosiery, Underweare, Corsets etc, going below cost at The Wonder. Del Norte, the noted pacer, will give bis exhibition mile at the fair grounds on Friday afternoon, riderless and gmdeless. The groun...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 29 September 1898

The Yakima Herald. VOL. x, /#i§N OT PI AIR dßfo *K*si "'■ •■Alii ii^P STEEL RANGES FUEL : DuraDle and SAVERS (joTOienl Guaranteed to give Satisfaction. THE FINEST LINE IN THE CITY TO SELECT FROM AT THE * YAKIMA lifME COMPANT * UM Intel BAKERY, jk RESTAURANT and jk ICE CREAM PARLORS. WHITE HELP (IM.V EMPLOYED j Clean Tasty Minn Guarantee! Regular dinner served from i i a. in. to 2 p. m. Short Orders at all Hours brig the Day and Evening. A SHARE OF VOIR PATRO.WfiE SOLICITED Your Consignments Solicited BY The Camphell Commission Co., 907 West St., oEATTLE, WASH. ■__■___■_____-___■ I l> w* Vonnir, No. Yakima. EVERYTHING IEAT All TASTY. THE RICHELIEU RESTAURANT Private Boies for Ladies and Family Parties. MEALS, 25 AND 50 GEM'S. All the delicacies of tbe season on our Tables. Call and see us. MM.-JIAI. 4IIUIIN UfM TO ■111.1, ASK I'Ain V mvHI.KS. am THE BIfBEUEt RESTAIRAST NORTH YAKIMA. WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, LB9B. The Splendid P fl ft H f 1 New Line of L \ Fall and Winte...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 29 September 1898

THE YAKIMA HERALD. Il Ml 1.1 A TI'ESI.KY. l'u.-ll.hera. NtiKill YAKIMA. WASH. EPITOME OF THE DISPATCHES lio. *"-tn,i; I nlliviliiii of It-tinn From !>l o.v Plaaaa Culled From the I*r«*«» ll«*l>->rt*> „l the Corrent Week. "ver 10,000 people witnessed the opening of the Portland exposition Thursday night. Tho state fair opened at Salem, Thartday. Mist of tin.* stock. poultry and exhibits are on tho ground. Mr. Angell, our Into minister to TurkeT, report! that tha sultan lepudi ates the American claims, and recom mends a naval demonstration to bring lnui to tune. Major-Henoral Miles, onmmnnding Ihe United States army, has completed Ins | lan for the reorganization of the volunteer force? into corps, divisions and brigades. This plan has been sub l'ntted to the war department for ap -1 royal. It contemplates v reorganiza tion of the Tolunteer force which has not bean ordered mustered out. Frank P. Myers shot und killed .John Lenhart, constalde. and 11, Kerns, by stander, at ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 29 September 1898

TERRIBLE MINE DISASTER Explosion of Gas Entombs Seventy Men. EIGHT DEAD WERE TAKEN OUT 'i|ln*« Muni-Bert to Bie>|>«, or Were lleneiied — Fetirfnl Sceue After the Exi>lo>ion. Brownsville, Pa., Sept. 26.—Seventy men were eutomlied today in tbe Em pire mine of Snowden, Gould & Co., one-fourtli of a mile below town, as the result of an explosion of gas, followed by anothr explosion of fire-damp. Of the nunibor entoml>ed, all escaped or were taken out by rescuing parties ex cept eignt, who were killed outright, arid three more or less hurt. The dead are: John Halston, miner need 85, col ored; leaves a wife and two children; Salem Halston, miner, his brother; Robert Davidson, miner; John Ben nett, driver; William Pritchard, miner; Henry Hagar, drivei; J. Cartrigbt, miner; James Hall, miner. The injured are: George Baker, niinei; John Baker, slightly burned, and Samuel Mclntyre, cut on tho bead. The explosion is said to have been -caused by tbe loosening of a large block...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 29 September 1898

III!- YAKIMA HERALD. BAII.KY. Tl KSI.KY i Mil (IMB. I'ul.lishers. Pahll.'ed eviTV Tlmrticlay; subscription 11.00 ptr year iv advance .dvertlslng rates Bpon spple'stiou. •FFICIAI WW! HW Willi CWTI TIIIRSDAY. SI.PTEMRER ~9, 1898. After the war tbe wnd-wah. It may be poaai de los iiother investi £.9'. in ol the war department for a time liir. the Inuli will out sooner or later. Secretary AUer lias been vindicated by Mark Hanna. We have no doubt Bene dict Arnold would have been vindicated tiy Judaa Iseanot had these two lived at the same time. Charlie Donovan wears a continual emile these days. He ia running for county treasurer and haa tbe united eup port of his party, while hia opponent ia not aofortunatp. Jack Shaw is not losing a minute's aleep over the campain. He haa done hia duty like a nun for two ysara and knows it and realizes that the people know it. If election day were tomorrow he would not fear the result. And now comes the Spanish peace commissioners saying Ibey have no a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 29 September 1898

OASTOniA, Bwntw TN Kind Yon Haw Wways Bwgtit PROFESSIONAL CARDS. "YJISH P. I. WASHBURN, STENOGRAPHER anu TYPEWRITER. Room 4, Smaller radwell block, over Tn. ll_.i-.ai.ij office, Nnrth Yakima, Wash. i mi: i i It. ilbavk", Kllensburg, 11_a I. Knui.khaiit. North Yakinu QRAVES A ENOLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooms 7 and 8, Seooud floor, Flrnt Natiouit Bank bunding. <^NIVELY A MILLER. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. jß^r-**Oltlpe over Yakima National Bank, North Yakima. Will practice In all tha court* of th* State and U. B. land ofßcei. JONES & GUTHRIE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over Flrat National Bank, North Yakima, Want WHITSON A PARKER! ■">»■*> whitso_- I P HKli I'.KKEFI ATTORNEYS AT LAW. C^Offlce in Flrat National Bank Building JJOGLE A RIOO," ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Ofßcei over Y'akima Nail Mini Bank, North Yakima, Washington. f E. BANKS, *l 9 DENTIST. Office over l-ostof-ice. Yakima aveuue, Nortt Yakima. jj|R7D_wT__TRO^ERi _ Physician and Surgeon. Office over Janeck Bros, lirug Store. Kesi deuce ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 29 September 1898

The Ctuse of Prosperity. Many of tbi newspaper! In Ihe «t that lean upon the gold si u> I i** ; ir fu»e in their earn - tens that I i psotperity is ro Urn maji I lathi-owing Iff hit-' bleeainga Mian I the NVic wi.en ita overthrow ■ .* tee of a grea' harvest in Egypt « ■• v Egypl was the world's granari , s«\- the Daytoa Courier Preae, They prote* 100 much. Th" great price tor his. \ia*'s food products, and tbe |150,Q00,000 put in circulii'ion by 'lie War hav< S Ided S good deal to the BKMM] of the common people; they are baying many I . that they have need-d for the pssl live years; they have paid ninny debta, and all these things give Strength to trade and help to read j Oat conditions that had become most serious. Bui thit is the extent of the loc lining wave, The prices of the great Staples leave, today, no mar gin of profit to producers; wheal is away down, the manufacturing Industries, all but iron and steel, are congested, and it is because the people lia*c not the ml in...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 29 September 1898

What Is Golrfj) on Daily of Interest to All Our People. MISCELLANEOUS NEWS NOTES Items of Personal and Local Mention Put Into Cosdeased Form for "Tke Herald's" Busy Readers. See Kedfleli'a display of watches. A. H. Weaver, ol the Tacoma Ledger, waa over on Tacoma day. Wanted—A secondhand typewriter In good repair. Apply to Clande Briggs. Frank P. Oravee of tha atate univer eity, Seattle, ia in the city tbie week. •lelly giaaaea with rovers, or table glasaes, 40c p»r dosen at Harris' 32 tf Arthur Cunningham and wile were up from Mabton Toesdsy. Another carload of Studebaker wagons ordered for tbe Yakima Hardware Co. A stesm merry-go-round, from Mc- Minnerville, Or., ia in the city for tbe week. A Special— A $6 wringer with bench (or $3.50 at the Yakima Hardware Com pany. Nelson Rich, of Proaaer, waa obaerving the attractione in the hnb tbe flrat of the week. Everything at eastern prices at tbe Chicago Dry Gooda Siore. 3J-4t Mr. Edward Whitson waa confined to his home for eeveral days...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 29 September 1898

SBgg-^pSl^^pj BY THE DOCTOR'S ORDER. *'T TOP-PICKIXQ," s.ii.l young | 1 iMitvll. us he tiMik v rosy ■*■ **- August apple from his pocket, und fill It leisurely to tin* heao tifui horse again*! which he leaned. "Why, yes. It Is a rather romantic busi ness if you look npon it from a roman tie point uf view. Voo're al. artist, eli'.' Coin.* to sketch o-ur little tuts of roman tic scenery' '!'it there's nothing par ticular:,* plctureeqoe about .mr hop fields, -lust sunshine fnd tbe gold* Jin-en of the clusters, and tbe carting tendrils n ichlng >ut tot something to grasp ,;t. und the air -1 Woe and clear thai one can almost ace the straight Hues of tin sunshine, of course. It looks pretty to me, for I was born and brought up tiiw.n It; but excuse me— 1 can't s,.e .-lon there is specially wor thy of 111 artist's pencil." "Ho you si-., those long perspectives of green all-vs." said be; "with figures running In and out and the old wom an sitting among tbe fragrant heaps, with th" scarle...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 29 September 1898

Feed Your Nerves Cpon rich, pure, nourishing Wood by tak ing Hood's riarsapari 11a, nnd you will he free from IbeSS spells of despair, those sleepless night* and anxious days, thone gloomy, deathlike feelings, those cuddeu starts at more uothlngs, those dyspeptic symptoms and blinding he.--: nle - Hood's t*-._r«!.p.i,r_l_.'_ has done this for many other**—it will cure you. Hood's Sarsaparilla l« America's GrostcM Medicine tl; six lor |V Hood's PUIS cure Slrk Headache. 2*, cents. Cant I'll-.•*.- l.fryi.ii.. A woman wbo keeps bouse to suit I ii-ilf and family gays one of the most difiloult and also one of the most uecossary lessons (or a housekeeper to learn Is, in order to be snccessfnl, ehe must aeeett her individuality; it is lifeless to try to please everybody. It is surprising to notice how msny things in our homos are done dltectly with an eye single to our neigbboit.— Detroit Free Press. I liebe—• Plso'i Cure Is the only medi rii.e tbat will core i-oiisuinptlon.—Aniiu If, Itoes...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 29 September 1898

PIANOS* * KnaTbe -Pisctxer Harrington I_ZirLgst>"U.ry _S_Zrell Boyal HoTKrarcL o'©"w rett _______ IPease We will move soon into our new quarters in the old Dills store where we will carry a big stock of everything in the musical line. Symphon ion Music Boxes a specialty. ORGANS * * Mason <Sc _E_Camlixi, Estey, -A-nn Arbor, o!b_ioa_o Cottage, "Vocetlioxi- NORTH YAKIMA AM) VICINITY. I I "Deep Creek Junes*, of Spokane, is in ' the city. Hosiery, Underweare, Corsets etc, ; below cost at Tie* Wonder. Hon. VV. C. Jones, of Spokane, is registered at The Yakima. Ladies can see something nice in silk shirt waists by calling at The Wonder. Get Kedlield's prices before making your purchase of watches and jewelry. Wanted, a middle aged lady with no children for housekeeper. Address lock I Imx 542, North Yakima. Governor Rogers is in the city today. This evening he will speak at Mason's opera bouse. Thomas ia up to date, and you will find it so hy trying a suit of his elegantly made clothi...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 6 October 1898

The Yakima Herald. VOL. X, STEEL 1IP; RANGES | FUEL \fcsy£s .: M 0* 1 DuraDle aud Guaranteed to give Satisfaction. THE FINEST LINE IN THE CITY TO SELECT FROM AT THE * MM MSI COMPANI * DilhMMKftl BAKERY, jk RESTAURANT and jk ICE CREAM PARLORS. WHITE HELP OSLV EMPLOYED j Clean Tasty Cootinn Guaranteed, i Regular dinner served from 11 a. m. to 2 p. m. Short Drflers at all Hours flnrinc' the Day and Evening. I SHARE OF Villi. PATRIIMUK SOLICITED Your Consignments Solicited BY The Caipksll Commission Co., 907 West Xt„ (SEATTLE, WASH. „.,,,,.,.. I J. W. Young, No. Yakima. "™ri.''C*s | John SawbrlilKe, EVERYTHING MAT AM) TASTY. THE RICHELIEU RESTAURANT Private Boies for Ladies and Famil) Parties. MKALS. 25 AND 60 CENTS. All the delicacies of the season on our Tables. Call and see us. M'j.i iw. A'_."ri_>T_o> <.i\i:\ to; UU I>U I'MIIV UI.VM.US. __. THE RICHELIEU RESTALRLVT NORTH YAKIMA. WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1898. 1 The Splendid Pflfl H 0 New Line of LIIII II \ j Fall ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 6 October 1898

THE YAKIMA HERALD. IIAII.KV * Tt KSI.EY. Publisher*. NOHTII YAKIMA. WASH. EPITOME OF THE DISPATCHES Interesting Collection of Items From Many ii... •*. Called Prom the Preee Li'i'iic. of the Current Week. Herman exports to America are said to be decreasing. In Wisconsin it is estimated that 1500,000,000 piuo trees have been de itroyed by i.r. -. Spanish IbtOM aro preparing to leave tuba. Marching orders huve been (Wen at MTeral joints. An authentic report received at San Francisco, payn tba seal herds of tho mirthcrii waters aro being rapidly 01 --termiuatcd. It is reliably reported that tho nltl matiiin uf tha powers to Turkey rcgar I mg the laland ol ('rote, haa lieeu pro- MBted to tho sultan. Advices from Van, Turkey, Bay fight ing occurred at Alashgord between Turin and a number of Armenians from Ilussia. About 60 Armenians wero killed. A Quebec ipeoial pays that Bkagwav or Dyea are to lie placed under Hntit-h admiuiitratlon, and that Canada will be allowed B4 ss to the Yukon by...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 6 October 1898

SPAIN'S CONTROL MUST 1 i i Entire Group of Philippines to Be Ours. SENATOR HANNA'S STATEMENT t niionhtedly Rsprewea the Views oi the rr.-.i.i.-nt „.,.-.11 ..,, of a (intern ment for the I-_lan-.il. Keuialn*. Cleveland, Oct. 3.—The Leader has { from ita Washington BOTTeepondent the (ollowing interview with Senator Hanna concerning the Philippine qucrtion, which is believed to represent the viewa of President McKinley. "I do not know what the instructions given to our peace commissioners are," Hid Mr. Hanna, "but so far as con cerns tiie negotiations which will lie instituted in Paris tomorrow, I can see no other result than that Spain will have to relinquish her sovereignty ovor not only Luzon island, but the entire iliilippme archl[>elago. Spain lias no reason to expect to be ablo to retain any portion of tho group. She went into the war and lost, and now ought to be pioparod to suiter the conse quences which such a defeat implies. I regard the Philippines as lost to Spain, and, ...

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