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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 6 October 1898

THE YAKIMA HERALD. RAII.KY. INUI A McOOilß. rnl.ll.hprn Piibllf'«sl every Thnnday; mihucrlptlon 11.00 Mr rear in >S ranee. Artvertiniiig r»te» 111-oil application. uncut tow papkr Mini mm TiIIJRHDAY, ocToliEß $, ism. "II rlrrtifl I m 111 do neij I 111 ii tf In mi potass imiiiii Mii» ••• put Mm nun liu.k »» In r<* II SSI two ir.irs utfn." Inliliiiii Jinn-. 11l lil» «|i«*<tli Ol Hl'l'l'|> 111 ■■('.'. Even tbe enemy can Snd do fault with tbe court boose record if i lie past two years. Their party organ gives silent consent to its excellence. Washington must re led Lewis and .lories, so as 'ii gel tha advantage ol their experience and affiliation with lb* major ily iv the rn-x boose. It is n:iiil we are all nrele n( clay. Then the oiay tlial Laaowsll is madeol n.ust have had a l<>t ol sand in It. He ha. been absolutely fearless iii the dis charge nl IV < duties as assessor, snd is sure of ri - >\t et mix. The cii'inlv hcliiiiils and Ihe county school records wsre...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 6 October 1898

OABTORIA. Bears tha >> ■ ■*■ ■'•**' ■**■ t *****?'7** B*tf-* PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ]V[ISS I). I. WASHBURN, STENOGRAPHER ann TYPEWRITER. Room 4, Smaller Cadwell block, over TBI in-1. «i i. nnii-.'. North Yakima, Waab. < 1.1111.0 1. H (IRAVIS, Fllell«lilire. In* P. Km.i.kh ,kt. North Yakima QJUV-H A ENGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Room* 7 and 8, Second floor, First National Hank building. gNIVELY A MILLER, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. fW' 'tin*- over Yakima National Bank, North YHklina. Will practice in all ths court! of the si nil- aud U. 8. land offlcea. TONES * QUTBBB, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First National Bank. North Yakima, Wash WHITSON & PARKER) aowo warrao* i raao rum ATTORNEYS AT LAW. CV-omen In Flrat National Bank Balldina. jyxiLE & riooT ATTORNEYS AT LAW. office* over Yakima National Bank, North Yttkinin, Waahingtou. > E. BANKS, DENTIST. Office over I'otto-Ece, Yakima avenue. North Yakima. i}k. davio rosser, Physician and Surgeon. Office over Janeck Hroß. Droit Store. Re...

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

mentarv premium was given to Miss Scudder for lace and drawn work. Mrs. Scudder's collection of ilulgarian work created much favorable talk, as did also Mra. A. if. Koee' Chinese embroidery on satin. In the art exhibit, which wss under the supervision of Mrs. Bartlett of this city, '.here were a number of choice paintings in oil, pastel and water colors, and some fine crayon portrait work, ex bibita from all parts of the state having been entered. Mrs. A. M. Welch of this city took first premium lor landscape in oil and first for marine ove' all exhibit ors. Miss Druse of this city secured the special premium for pastels. Miss Bush of Tacoma took first premium for crayon portrait. Miss Kiggs of Seattle was awarded first premium, and Miss Taft of Spokane second, for portrait in oil. Miss Meyer (f this city took special premium for largest and l>eet collection in oil, also si), on I premium on landscape. Miss Stackboiirte nl this city received first pre mium for largest collection ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 6 October 1898

OTJR GREAT LEADERS Majestic \ GOL&^ Ii u1uu1.... t^S^^O Rangef^use > This is *vithout question the best soft coal wIS V S^^g^r in Yakima } stove made. Will Keep lire :;.; hours and n|IS Dni]f|pn Countythan save one third i!m- fuel. It burns gas tip < ? JOHN SAWBRIDGE, s°l-E agent W " Mill DM What .-*. (ioinq on l)nil\ of Interest to All Our People. MISCELLANEOUS SEWS NOTES Items ot Personal an! Local Mention Put Into Condensed Form for "The Herald's" Busy Readers. See Redfiell's display of watches. A young child of J. F. Fannin died on Monday. Try a gallon of Wilson's pickles. Mrs. Karl Watt is confined to her home by illness. A. Huth, a Tacoma brewer, waa in town Friday. Photo buttons made at Bushnell's. 3_! S. P. Flower, of Mabtnn, was in the city Monday. Wanted—A secondhand typewriter in good repair. Apply to Claude Kriggs. Geo. Weikel is expected back from Dawson City very soon. Jelly glass?s with covers, or table glasses, 40c par dozen at Harris' Htf W. M. Scott and J...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 6 October 1898

ii-A SOLDIER'S TARGET.* ■ Af'll mm. .is h( signed !'!*. name or tiv enlistment roll. realised that wai ne ant light, am. that light mm nl kill. This Idea wai farther drilled Ist* us iv camp; it form id tin* bask of tb< colonel's sddrets at we marched tn the front; n brought out mosketi t-> an "aim" ai we caoght s-sr'it of tbe enemy for the Brst time. rVs had become sni.iiir*. U march, Ugh! and kllL It waa to in* look ed up 'ii ns .*i mutter of business, a* will as a patriotic duty. Th.' soon-si th.* strength of Die enemy was exhaust ed the sooner we would hare i»*ace. We thought that every man in com pany ••<;" bad the same feeling—to kit —but we Mad not been long ut the from when we found an exception. A s'"->r> of skirmishers v. or-* ordered down Ii front -if tbe regiment to fed tin strength of Ms* enemy in the fringe ol trashes along a creek. Ambroae DavU was -in ■ .d' !_.-.. II«- was a man of 80 --a plain, every day man who bad [kit down Mu' tools of v mechanic to...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 6 October 1898

MAJ. GEN. HUTTOH, tjtew Cntinnanrlei-ln-Chtef of the Canadian Militia. Major General nutton. the now com maiidiT-ln-chlcf of the Cunndlnn mili tia, Is a soldier Of wide and vinh-d ex perience. He hae always taken a deep Interest In tho colonial ttWM and vr-.m for v time In command of the Austra lian forces. He is confident that tiro recent difficulty over ths generalship of the Cunudlun forces will In no way In terfere with his management of tlie troops. MaJ. Gen. Hutton Is oO yours old nnd has bSSB in tlie nrtny since he wiw 111. He nai" In ui-tlve service during the Zulu war. At the coucluslon of this campuign Ik* i-onumod his milltury studi<*s, but bis OOHM w-us noon Inter rupted by tbe o-titbrcok of tho Boer war In Sonth Africa, whither he was sent aud where he dl_-rtln*_pilsl_ed himself for bravery In action. He did similar work in the Egyptian campaign, cttininntul- Ing tlie mounted Infantry In the opera tions at Alexandria ami at tba t-attle of Tel-el-Kolilr, Where his hor...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 6 October 1898

PUDS* * .EZnalDe Hardman Franklin Harrington I-ZingsTD-ULry IKZrell IRoyal . Howard CTe^rett Pease We have moved 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 * * :L£aso:_-. <Sc Hamlin, Estey ? -A-xin. Arbor, Chicago Cottage, \OKTH YAKIMA AM) VICINITY. Ladies beauty pina at Keene'a. Sam Mills has returned from Koslyn, where he went to recuperate from an at tack of malaria, and has taken a position with H. H. Schott A Co. of the Golden Rule. Photo scarf pins at Buahnell's. 32 Blanche, the daughter of Key. N. Ev ana, a former pastor of the M. E. church in thia city, won tbe eilver medal at a Oemnreat medal contest at Weatou, Or., recently. j Look in at keene'sfor silverware, am>n. St. Leon'a circua aggregation pulled -takes laat Monday night after a week's stay in thia city, and left for Spokane, where they will remain throughout tbe fruit fair. Bolster springs at Schorn...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 13 October 1898

The Yakima Herald. VOL. X, A TRUE COMPARATIVE STATEMENT. An Increase of Ninety Thousand Dollars in Collections Makes Only a Slight Increase in the Cost of Maintaining the Treasurer's Office. Assessor Cuts Expenses One- Third. Every Other Officer in Line. County Debt Reduced and Warrant Values Increased. A Glance at the Management of the Several County Offices. Receipts Receipts I Expense j Expense for 18mo'efor ISrao'a — .. . for 18 mo'a for IS inn's .--■--_ - -■- It.__._.i r___„ __ endng Dscend'gJnn DecreMe- e.d'g Dec. end'« Jnn Incre"e- Oecreaee. Total Decreaee 31, 1896. 30, 1898. 31, 1890. j 30. IS9B. BherifTs office, salary and dep uty hire $ 2210 03|$ 1200 97$ 1003 01.* 5137 02$ 3027 90 $ 1509 00 Clerk's office, salary and dep I uty hire 3419 55j 2105 95 1313 6b, 3413 34: 2472 48 94.) 86 Auditor's otlice, aalary and deputy hire j 2940 90 2851 40 95 50, 4850 03 3205 28 1585 85 Treasurer's office, salary and deputy hire I 3332 88 4019 33$ 886 45 Proeeootlng attorney, salary and o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 13 October 1898

THE YAKIMA HERALD. II IILKV * Tl KSI I.Y. lMihlMhrra. Mm 111 YAKIMA WASH. EPITOME OF THE DISPATCHES Int-re-i me r-oU«ntlm) of Items Fnim Many I'larva Coiled From th«i Prase 1., i 'mi * of tha (nrrmi Wwk. Colonel Kay, with 100 United States troops, has taken possession ol Mania liillo. Tbe converted yacht Wasp has been ordered to Chicago for the use of the naval reserve. General Garcia bas left Santiago to arrange details of tbe diibandment of the Cnbao army. Becretary ll.iy tendered a recep tion to ?i." diplomatic corps at Wash ington Thursday. Captain Polemann, the well-known msitei ol the coasting iteamei Oregon, died in San PrancitCO, aged 63 years. Major Wilkinson, who was killed by the Indians Deal Walker, Minn., was lormerly located at various posts in tho Northwest Tic Salt Lake choir won the grand cboir contest at the Eistedlod, which was patticipated In by live choirs of 123 VoiOeS, ior a >j.V''. prize und a gold medal. Secret service officers have discovered that tbe bo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 13 October 1898

IKMTOFIID General Bacon Has Scattered the Redskins. DETAILS OF THE FIRST BATTLE Expedition Sent to the Relief of the Troop*—The Indian,- Are Congregat ing for __ Ureat I'ow-wow. fit. Paul, Minn., Oct. 10.—Opinions differ us to the present status of the troubles with the Leech Lake Indians, but oven though nothing more follows, enough has happened to cause North western settlere to feel somewhat unset tled in their homos for some time to come. There it something of a panic in mcwt of the small settlements near Walker, it being the center of the Leech Lake district, and the men io tho lumber camps in that vicinity have quit work and are either in or on their wuy to Walker. Governor Clough will send a battery of artillery of tlio National Hoard to Cass lake in the morning, to protect the residents of that locality. Another Trip rinnned. Walker, Minn., Oct. 10.—Thi! after noon Marshal O'Connor had a confer ence with General bacon, and told him he desired his assistance in arrest ing tho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 13 October 1898

[HE YAKIMA HERALD. BAILEY. TUEBI.EY A McCOMB. I-nhlUhem. p-ibU"'>• I <v.-rv Thnrt-day: mbscrlptlon $1.00 jk r | ear m aih aui*e. Advertlalug ratea upon appllcatioD. imilU. HSH>\ PAPH VAkll.l couifl THIRSDAY. OCTOBER 1.1,1898. Fusion rule saves Yakima County $I'-', --000,77 in eighteen months. Under populist rule In Uhenalii oo intj ihe county deht nas been reduced $20,148 in a year and a half. The R pulilie put its foot in it last week •.hen it Insinuated that 11. L Tucker had bribed i Inefll paper to sneak well of hdn. Usually a minis just a plain "liar" when bS don't till tin*'truth, but Secreta ry Alger is said to have a mental infirm ity Which prevents him from stating facts exactly as the. Bre. The Republic admits that the past two years' lusion rule in Yakima County has expended more money on roads and bridges tban the previous two years' rule. Very good. "The referendum is the proper thing, and it will bring many thousands of votes to the democratic platform. The tim...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 13 October 1898

OASTOnXA. Baai) th* m Kind You Km Always Bought PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ]yjlß9 D. I. WASHBURN, STENOGRAPHER ano TYI'EWRITKR. Room 4, Smaller Cadwell Mock, over Thi BaaALDoffice, North Yakima, Wuh. Carroll B. Gravis, Klleniliurg, Ika r. Ksulbiiart, North Yakimt QBAVH A ENGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooms 7 and 8. Second floor, First National Bank building. CNIVELY A MILLER, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. gmo*xittle* over Yakima National Bank, North Yakima. Will practice Iv all tha courts of th« Bute and U. B. land offlcea. JONEB A GUTHRIE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over Flint National Bank, North Yakima, W__»b WHITSON APARKERf 'w whitsoi* I I XXIi Pißllll ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Igm-OBtr-o In Flrat National Bank Baildlng. JJOGLE A RIGG, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. iilTii'n over Yakima National Bauk, North Yakima, Washington. J E. BANKS, * DENTIST. Office over Postof_.ee, Yakima avenue, North Yakima. t)r. davidrosskr, Physician and Surgeon. Office over Janeck Bros. lung Store. Resl dencecor. lith and < liesiniit. office ho...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 13 October 1898

Wbo Own* the United Ststts? The eitent to which the money lenders of (ireat Britain are coming into posses sion of the property of the people of the United States is not realized by our peo pie. We hsve heretofore given an idea of the Isnd thus owned by foreign csp italists who are the landlorda of Ameri can tenants. The Illinois Central railroad recently issued its annual report, and in it is given the number of its stockholders resident in the I'nited States and (ireat Britain. This is the railroad that is supposed to have more resident stockholders, propor tionate to the capital stock, than any other railroad company in America, by reason of its iiolicy iv encouraging its •mployes and residents along the line of Its road to invest in its stock. It sdopted this policy yesrs ago, mainly with the object of keeping down strikes, and an employe of the roa I is largely coerced into owning a share or more of its stock. And it wss for this reason that it was supposed that if there was an...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 13 October 1898

OUR GREAT LEADERS Majestic \ GOLE^ H Xr*X, \ HOT BLAST W_}_L_ 010u1.... r^j^Jf^ Zgefta'us! ) This is uil1""" question the best suit ,-„al «■» \JSm&§smm inYakim*> ) stove made. Will Keep fire 3(i hours ami MJBB D Til fIQP VfeKj!Hj Countythan <, save one third the fuel. Il burns s";as JCtsP ■7W^**i?_W'* .-* > JOHN SAWBRIDOH, sole agent -?^Y fill SlifS What Is Going on Daily of Interest to All Our People. MISCELLANEOUS NEWS NOTES Items of Personal sod Local Mention Put Isto Condensed Form for "The Herslds" Busy Readers. See Redfleld's display of watches. Loat—between North Yakima and Ah tanutn acaderry, a lady's plush cape. Finder please leave at Tin. Herald office. Try a gallon of Wilson's pickles. Faith, Hope and Charity meeting at the Salvation army Saturday night. Tbey will be represented in tableaux. Ice cream and coffee supper at close of meet ing. Photo buttons made at Bushnell's. 3_! Have you registered ? T_ie registration of voters will be stopped on October 18, 1...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 13 October 1898

—^^^rnmmm— .. .■■ii i ■■■ <r**tr»w. _____.._ ii ii *7Mjl^7':- i 7*7^*t£W i '777777 UNCLE JUDSOISTS CRUST. ADAPPEB littlt* man, with v silky, yellow tnuatd I_M whk___i cnrlisl up J.'iutit'.lv M the end! --juim- out and dooed the d.»ir softly — •___ 1*! •■! tI]III. *Mr. llanl:u*np rt.>-s be vrtD "■*■*■■ y<m In a tern minutes, will y,,\i be Mated? 1 a__ul the littJ.' man turned utul !>i_.-:in t<i rustle the pftpen on his desk M if be wan very bnaj. Indeed. WSHa i_v.*rctt dropped down in a oiialr ci.isi* tn t.li" railing, fiimrrt with vis hat .hhl watched for Jndaon iiani airv's iidur to open. He thought it was rather a eiihl reception for an uncle in give his Depbow, and yet his mother bn«] warned htai what to expect. "Tour ancle Judson," she hud said, "is very much devoted to his business. He Ikis never In liL-^ life had time to give to h;s frleiiiis. and people say that iv? is misty and hard-hearted, but I am sure thai my brother Jodsoo has ns kind a heart as any man l...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 13 October 1898

Scrofula Taints -.lie blood of millions, and Conner or 'atcr may tip-ak out iv hip disea***?. running sorsa ersosaa more oompUoatsd form, To cure vroftiia or |)fSISUI it, thoroughly purify your blood with need's • -at■arilla. which lias a continually V r- wiag resold nf wonderful cun- Hood'S BpaHUaB paHUa is American „n ateit Mc-ln'inn. $1; ilxlofgfc Hood's Pills ears Is llt««tion, bilinutne.i. so l.i.i My «..i....1.r it.-. " >Vhy is it," the daring young man [ asked, "that your daughter still wears inch (-hurt ilressee?" Oh, I beep her dressed that way,"] Mi-. Giddibut answered, with a bean-1 titul blush, "because if pho had long ' SKirts on people Would think she was my *i*.!or when tlioy saw us together. 1 have no wise to ccuceal tho fact that I lave a daughter who la tall as I an; " —Cleveland Leader. Clone tHii.r,-. llattie—Si you and Jack quarreled, . did foul Ella—Yes. He said something that 1 didn't like and I told him wo must I■•■ -traiigers henceforth. llattii—And did h...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 13 October 1898

PIANOS* * .EZna/be Hardman Fisclier Liacl-w-ip; FrarLklin. lElarriiigtorL KlixigsT3"CLry .BZrell Royal Howard CTe^wett Festse We have moved 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 * *" IMlasorL <Sc KCa,mlixi, Estey, .A-nxi .A-rbor, o*£Lica,go Cottage, "VocaliorL. XOKTH YAKIMA AM) VICINITY. Register. Ladiss beauty pins at Keene's. Photo scarf pine st Bushnell's. 32 Look in at Keene's for eilverware, soon. Mr. Miller opened school at Parker on Monday. Bolster springs at Sehornß, fresh from the factory, for less than eastern prices. The Musical club is rapidly increasing in numbers. Registration now numbers GOO, as high as it has ever been. Hosiery, Underweare, Corsets etc, going below cost at The Wonder. Dan Simmons and family leave tonight for Seattle to permsnently reside. Get Redfleld's prices before making your purchase of watches and jewelry. You will find blanke...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 20 October 1898

The Yakima Herald. VOL. X, HEATER WE HAVE PROVEN V by four years of actual experience that Iffl WILSON IMPROVED AIR-TIGHT Is the most DURABLE, ECONOMICAL and SATISFACTORY wood stove on the market. Don't take a substitute. The genuine WILSON will save you money. jk jk jk jk jk foeTcoal We have the latest, THE * GEM * HOT * BLAST The most attractive and durable coal stove made. Will hold fire for 36 hours. Easily regulated. It is a fuel saver all others. See it before you buy. * YAKIMA HARDWARE COMPANY * UMlKtol BAKERY, jk RESTAURANT and J* ICE CREAM PARLORS. WHFTE HELP OILY EIPLOTEI Clean Tasty (Mint Guaranteed. Regular dinner served from 11 a. m. to 2 p. m. Star! Orders at all Hours during tbe Day and Evening. A SHARE OF VOIR PATRMAOE SOU. ITKI) EVERYTHING SEAT AID TASTY. THE RICHELIEU RESTAURANT Private Boxes far Ladies and Family Parties. MEALS. 25 AND 60 CENTS. All tbe delicacies of the season on our Tablea. Call and see ua. Hl'Kltl. ATTENTION UIVEN TO BALL AND PARTY DINNERS. _••...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 20 October 1898

THE YAKIMA HERALD. C_- S__ SS— S — — '— HAII.KY * TI'ESLEV. r«l>ll»hrr». VOBTH YAKIMA WASH. EPIIOME OF THE DISPATCHES Im. r> s'lne CoU— om ot Itema From Ht.ii.y i if.< _•■ Cnlled Tram th* rnra lleporu of U_» Oon-aa* W«*k. A reception was tendered tho army heroes at the Omaha exposition. Colombia will risk no future tronMo nnd diploma tin relations with Italy have beta reversed. It is reported that Oen. Maximo Gomez hai been selected fur president of tin* Cuban republics. A military plot against tho French government was discovered and fius bated hy prompt action. Tho International Typographical Union in biennial session at Syiacuse, N. V., voted to oholl_._i the referen dum. A cabinet crisis has occnrred in Cape Colony, South Airica, and the assembly lias voted a want of confidence iv the government. Murderer John Miller was hanged at Sim (Joentin, Gal., for tho killing of James Cblldl in ban Francisco, in No vember, 1890. Tbe American peace commissioner* wore entertained I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 20 October 1898

wreck ij! mm Foundered Off the Lizard With Great Loss of Life. OVER 150 PERSONS DROWNED On the Way From London to New York, She Htrack tbe Rocks In a Terrible Cale. London, Oct. 17. — The Atlantic Transportation Company's steamer Mohegan, formerly the Cleopatra, of the Wilson-Fuiness-Leyland line, which left London for New York yes terday with 50 passengers and a crew of 150, is ashore off the Lizard, between the Manacles and the lowlands. It is rumored that there has been a great loss of life. A const guard message reports that the passengers are "drowning like rats." Anothei nccount says: "Belies are washing ashore, one being that of a lady lushed to a plank, with both legs severed." Particulars of the disaster ate diffi cult to obtain. It appears that when the Mohegan struck a gnle was blowing and the sea was running high. Lifeboats put off from the Lizatd and from Falmouth, one returning filled with passengers. Several were drowned, however, it is reported, on the passage of the...

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