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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 22 December 1898

•c> <rmrr <"»«-. rtr- tgat rmr- ran ~rr ran .-»c. r-_r> .-»«">• -*o <*a^- r»g-> <rt^ <ir*<"M^ <yr> .-»r> ;-»a^ tma-* -"»«■- .-»» no -w> <*a~> <"tar-* |« Wt am the P.ijlt. Mir nr Prices list li Respected! + j t* This List may help you figure out what presents you wish _( )f to make your friends on Christmas. * _ 5 [ Book lifjn. pi j i tt | ii y. «'« iiuioid a t mTuvumi-'Cmmv':* ty ulll iMjl llljl dllll -IVIIII J Ull 11fl11 [I I. *W KCfir.! .."i^iSST j r list, "jc I O Collar and Caff Boxes -tile to $.'. 15 _\ „ James Otis' Books lor Boys, list, m^b« —^-^. _ -_- v _p^.^b_> _-»_ .■■ ■„ Qtort Md Haodeb'f Bosaa.fiOo t052.75 <? If •»•» , , KIMBALL ORGANS. «-_■«- EMS I I amy bound Hi moe, Ist, -••■■ Irniket lsoxes IOC to $1.38 ■ Jf jj \vh,„* i.ise-k r . , : |> standard Makes. World Renowned. ty oill«»- V jj l,uV - - Sold at Same Prices as unknown tin- ",..„„..' "" ..., | p r_PoT* 3111(1 Toi'N pans. Sold on Installments of ***** Ati...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 22 December 1898

f\)e <s?ity of Jfortl? Vakima ESSAY NUMBER (INK. HY FLOYD A. HATFIKI.U. V"^_>HK city of North Yskima Is 10-1 'L _X cated in ihe south central part '.^__-' of the state of Washinglou. li 0 ~ is atiout midway between tho gnat business renters of the; eastern anil western divisions. This position alone, disregarding the mono I ited resources of the Yakima valley. Is ■ certain to make it the metropolis of the central division of the slate. In fact It has already lar outstripped its rivals, and the next city worthy to en- j ter the race rhnst be Walla Walla. The Yakima and Natchez rivers here 1 unite, and their turbulent waters dash ill); down from the snow-clad heights of the Cascades are viewed alike with satisfaction by the practical business' men, who nee in them a cheap and un limited power to supply, in modern phranis.logv, the "dynamo." aud by the farmers, who see lv them all that is necessary to convert the arid plains of the valley into farms as productive as any of the no...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 22 December 1898

ii ON fll IK liiuitiiril Kcpnti Is Tiled With <■"- trnur Roger*. DOCI mi:\t l> vem himim.kti: The Yakima Country is the Greatest Hi.ion in Ihe Stale of Washinetnn Where Irrigation Is at Present Carried On. i' H. Holcomb, Ihe ratal mi -- ni - ol srid Isnds, hss fill d his bii nnial * , on with ii vi rnor Uogi r- '11,,. rei rl estimates I il tl n v || , acres „l a' I lan i slate, ne ml I lies si ll «sl I 11 ll I can I■■ prnHtal ly irrigate I F*.;» rii i t*i tisirati I Ihsl irrigal itrnl of i lab mi ' !'"•!' ,' ,: | _ i\-i , iry ' . ihe i irniern v that w roperly i mitr i'li d irrig ih farms sre 'he m isl profit sble ac ■ i the greatest returns It is therefor ■-, .•• I |o tii ri |, t! that the bI ite tak, control of nil irrigstion development, as done in Wyoming and other western states, to tbe extent ol regulating tin ue and distribution ol si reams and I i nf water, keepim. in view vested I :' and tin rights ol prior appropriations. Tie greatest retiion in the stste in which ir...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 22 December 1898

IT PLATED ITS PART. Valuable Work of Pay Department of the Navy During the War. HIK 'Inula i.t I'r,,,iii ln u Itl -npi,llea, for lie' \ii<i Mi. . , mall) i:\>, in, , i_ liver 1.. a „I> - . ,i,, Million Dalian I'niu inn. 11l Ml Him lent tit inH* WBJ tlie pri\ i]e |,nrt in, i:i nl tl „,\\ played ri nn -t ini|,"i t.nit |..n i ii tlie unr. a« npp, ,n flow nn nil II Ull I r, port of l'.i\ mm r, i i,a I,' ml Bd l.ltl Sll \\r.li. Asidi ll „,.. tl c iii*i'*' •, il t'tiii'tit ul funds ii, Wllgl fjllll „ lln|, |J i,i |i;r |tI. it -111 ■ il m iili i lii „m, ur, i,r. ni nl nil - ' . ; ■ • - I■■ I" tl. ■ I.IIVy. 'l lie |.:' , in; | • | i' . ml saj - i linl i lie out Lin al, ol In ti in- foiiiul iln- iijiplj ill pal Urn lit if t!., nii.i orgaui/ed in.ii,i- a a> n m 11 r.l I. r ihiiii- ti..,,. , In x, ars 1.,,,, ,„ „,, in iri ■ i iif ilmiiglit iul nnil i wliis tr.l.tt .' te ii lopnii i,t. I..,ter th, -train i I Ihe war was met easily, Duniig tbe pi im,l , i net It , (■;,, i ntlons l'rr...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 22 December 1898

Tke Dtstk of mrs Jsa-ei Tneedav morning a telegram was re- j eel veil here by relatives with tidintrs of: the death of Ida B. James, nee Stephen son, at Sacramento, Cal., on Monday niiiht. Mrs Jainee was the dau.hter of County Cointnissioner Stephenson, and wife of William H. James, formerly publisher of the l.epuhlic. Hpr age was about twen ty-live and she leavee a little boy, •Stephen, eight years old, whose stricken father will accompany the remains nf the deceased for interment '.ere later this wepk. The death of Mrs. James was Bidden and totii'hed a responsive chord of deep est grief and sympathy in the entire com minute, where she developed frnm child hood in:o a perfect type ol Womankind. Kleven years nun tbis month the Christmas time was saddened hy the de mise of her eldest sister, Miss Minnie, a young lady univeraallv htlovod, and once more the pall of gloom enshrouds the home of her kindred, and what bid fair to be the scene ol memorable and j ivoiis festivity is changed ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 22 December 1898

Sensible Goods for Christmas! * . * Party Slippers * 'Fine Shoesl* ~™*** ~ * •T j-,-.. eJllllCtS* AOtto'g'.OO ty j House Slippers $ _* for .* $ ' * $ in t j- jr^ CiJcntlcmen's $ LEATHER and FELT. * Ladus and bents, Romeos, feto * Beauty, Wear aei Comfort ■ • *** • ■ are all embodied in these goods. We RnitQ nnrl a'rvh These pretty Slippers would make pres ty are always glad to show them. ty LJUJ/Z UfliU gl-r I/O. ents that would please the recipient. XL DUDLEY SHOE COMPANY IIA 111 Would a MAJESTIC RANGE d°? 11 I 111 Would a Wheeler & Wilson Machine do? II || ■ ■ Would handsome Granite Iron Pieces do? These would do for the wife, all right, but husband ought to have a Razor, p ¥ perhaps, or a Fine Shot Gun '' while the boy must be fixed out with Skates or a Jack-Knife. We have them all, and mauy other things. Our prices will suit you. •JOH-IV m /LWBHIDGE. If you pay our store a visit t while looking for Christmas Presents. We have EVERYTHING IN TOYS to delight the little ones and...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 22 December 1898

I The Splendid Aflfl T\ A New Line of LIIII II \ Fall and Winter UUUUO Just received by us are just cause for pride. Drop into our establishment at the old stand and examine our elegant line of fall Cheviots and Worsteds. jA jA ja % % NOBBY SUITS f+ I I DRY DROQ 1 I late styles OUn n V DnUO. 1 tIN NEW QUARTERS* I will he pleased to meet my old frienda and many new ones in roy new atore r .ami in Hie ne* hotel building. If you will visit me you will see that I have a stork of everything in the har ness and saddlery line that ia second to none in Yakima county, and at prices lhat for cheapness will surprise you. See my finelineof LAP ROBEB, HOB3E BLANKETS, and LADIES, MISSES' •nd GENTLEMEN'S (JLOVES. PROSSER, - - WASH. B*«--<<-a<*--«'-«"C><a.«'-0<*«^ I MULHOLLEN & LEMON, f A GROCERS. It f SEASONABLE GOODS*.* $ A Cranberries $ & Mince Meat | 9 Raisins. Citron 9 f Sweet Cider ? aj Fresh Almonds and Walnuts $" * * * MULHOLLEN & LEMON, f | GROCERS. | ©*«••*-*...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 29 December 1898

The Yakima Herald. VOL. X, tyl ty ty ty_ ty ty ty_ ty__ ty *wm New Year! And trust that it may be even a more prosperous one than the past. * *Mp We thank all our friends and patrons for tlie many favors and liber- "*'f*" y al patronage extended to us the past year and by renewed effort and '1 \f a larger, better stock we hope to merit a continuance of the same. \f j# We shall continue to handle the very best lines of goods that it is j# aaJ *_JJ possible to obtain, and which we have found so satisfactory in the __\ "^f- g% past among them being Studebaker Wagons, Deering Mowers, Bind- A JV ers and Rakes, Canton Clipper Plows and Harrows, Waukegan and jP A Baker Barb Wires, St. Clair Ranges and Stoves, Electric and Keen A Kutter Cutlery, Clauss Shears, Lisk's Anti-Rusting Tinware and *&*. other lines of equal merit. Our prices will be as low as the lowest. "*tyf * YAKIMA HARDWARE COMPANY * ty s ty\ 'fs If you haven't one of our "*9 Calendars call and get one. i ____ ~ \__/ ~Zk7~...

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

THE YAKIMA HERALD. C— - ■- - __________S— — - . It VII KY « Tl Cal.l'V, I'tihll.li.T.. Nm. 11l V \KIMA WASH. ■ ■ ■ " '■■ " ■"* . "" "* "" . '".J II NEWS Of I WEEK 1 «tnilir.-h«.|i.lv«* ltail'-w of llm Import ant RwpfMfilagl "al* the l'.,*r V. -.-a . ulled I'r tlif Trlea_ra»i,h .'••lutiui*. Senator Mcßildc ol Oregon, !iaa In troduced a bill making Ail i ia tba ter minal ol tic tram-Pacific cable. Congress bai ndjourm 1 until Janu ary-j. After the holiday receei the righti ol General Wheeler and others to bo I I tier seati will be Inquirt I Into. Among a network of wires SO leet abovi the ground, Roderick Chisholm, a Chioago electrician, w.is ilowly luin.el to death in Hi_:ht oi icveral hundred spectator!. Col mcl li. 8, Barrett, national pres ident ol the Sons ol the Ami rican 1 i*:v olutii :I, ■. r- killt i by falling from a win li -\ of bii home at Concord, M..ss. Be i' ■ - BO years ol age. In Louisville, Ky., it ia estimated by tiie health department that there are 10,000 oaaea of...

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

.PECK 111 I NMfIC Another Isle Has Been Added to Our Possessions. CABLE STATION THE OBJECT Coiiriimiol.T nf tin. Ili'iiiilii.tnn Villi Kaaalvs nnian to iini.t tn,i Qtovy Over Wake lal,mil. Waahlngton, Dec. 86.—This govern ment has determined to hoist the Hag over un island far ont in tho Paclfla ocerin, and orders wars sent out Into this afternoon to tb" commander of the Bennington, Captain Taussig, to pro ceed at once to take possession, in the name of the United States government, of Wake island, lying in latltutde 19 north, longitude ltiii east. Itisdistant about 2.(100 miles from Nibnu, the westernmost of tho Hawaiian islands, and 1,100 miles east of (iiium. It is almost in a direct line between thoso possessions of tiro United States, and is admirably adapted for use as a sta tion for a Pacific cable to connect tho Philippine! with Hawaii anal the Unit ed States. It is about three miles in length, ami incloses a lagoon of nit writer. Tho average height of tho island Ii eight fe...

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

MD YAKIMA HERALD. I ■.] ky. rtrnurr .. kccomb. Pnblia! c.l eviTV Tluirsilsyr aul.ai rl|.ttntl 11.00 is t *ear in alianec ...Iv, rllaiun rates imam application. THURSDAY. OBCEMBEA v, m9S. To judge by the lit* of Santa Clans' sack ami the rapacity of young appetites hereabouts, expansion is a very popular proposinou in Yakima. James Hamilton Lewis having come out tlat footed against his party leaders fnr expansion, will find himself realizing Mirk Twain's famous epigram, "Bi good and you will lie lonesome". Lieutenant Hobson leetnreil at Chicago the other night wher* be was kissed by iiivi girls. Later at K.nsas City L'tiT of tbe heroines broke the record, llobeon appears to he ac valiant with the merry smack aa be was on the Merrimae. The announcement in the Kxaniiner tbat tbe North German Lloyds will go lo Taooma is a significant one. The largest steamship company in tbe world thus proposes to share in the increased volume Of trade with tbe Orient. Tbe Northern i Pacific Railway Com...

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

If I Should Dlr. A good atory ia told of two obi titnere in Yakima lhat has never lieen printed before. The character! are Joe Bnd Kei fer for want of better names. Joe was a little slow in hia payments and a pioneer merchant of North Yakima, who was noted for Ma close collect ons, had dunned Joe until be got tiretl. One night Joe dreamed that be was walking past Kei fer'e store on the avenue, when a friend accoeted bim with, "Say, Joe, did you hear what happened to Keifer?" "No," saitl Joe. "Why, he dropped dead this morning in bis store and he's lying there now; come in antl ccc him." Joe went in antl took a farewell lo >k at hia old thin antl was turning away sadly to depart, when Keiler aiiddenly arose in hia coffin antl feebly croaked out, "Joe. can't you kindly pay me tbat little bal ance you owe me," and then he quietly dropped back dead again. Tbis affecting incident was tbe probable inspiration of thu poem, by Ben King: II I alum;-! ilie to night Ainl you nhoulil conic t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 29 December 1898

I'HOFliSSltiy. 1 1, I A RUS. Camou B. Obavis, Rllenabart, .... • . Ika I. Km,i.km iki, North Vaklma •( JH Wl.s ,«_ KNOI.KIURT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Roi-ima 7 ami a, gecO-d floor, Kirat National Hank r. „ .;..!,; TOMES .. OUT-HUB, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. (iv, r Firat National it»nk, North Vakima, Waah VVHTTSON A PARKER. ■*■"'" wmitboi . > | I ii■.:• PAKKItK ATTORNEYS AT LAW. glW'Xl'ui' 111 Flrat National Bank Building. goui_E a Biao, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. oil: re* over Ytikinia Niitit.iißl Rank, North Yakh ;h, Washington, T E. BANKS, DENTIST. OUtee over Polto_.C«, Vaklma avenue, Nort.b Yakinin. I )K. p.YVIH ROBBER, Physician and Surgeon, Olßce ovat Janeck Bros, Dnu Store, Ileal dent *• .'or i,th and ttioaimtt. oflice boun: . a. in to I- in., ainl _ to .'• p. in. ])K. C. U. FI.KTCIIKK, PHYSICIAN & SURGEON OBce: Sciilotti-l.lt Baildlng, ll.mra . a ni. to U m.i Inn p. in to _ p. in. |)K P. FRANK, Physician and Surgeon Ofllc. ovirr Kirat National Bank Ollice hours: 11 tol. a. in., _! to sp. m....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 29 December 1898

NORTH YVKIMA AND VICINITY. >_ - Judge L. T. Erwin left for Alaska on Mo\<ay. A. F. r'Sa-i'itng uae a Sound visitor on Tuesday. A. C. Coburn is expected home from Dawson City, soon. II Miry Teal of Portland ia visiting Yakinia friends. Mrs. Ira P. Englehart is improving rapidly from her recent illness. Miss Hewitt, the kindergorten teacher, will be.in her claas again next Monday. Don't forget we sell Folger'a pure spices, teas and cuffeee. Kinsey & Co. Willie Fulkerson is renewing old and young acquaintances in Yakima this week. Walter Heed, register of the land office, spent Christmas in Cle Elum, returning Monday night. Congreasman-elet't Jones left for his old home at Bethany, 111., and Washing ton City, on Sunday night. Kobert Crorv entertained Ira M. Krutz and family at a Christmas dinner at the Hotel Yakima. Miss Haines accompanied Prof. St. John and Miss Elsie Ferrell to Seattle on Friday night. Irving Bounds is home from the Ta coma high school to epend the holidays...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 29 December 1898

NEED OF TIIE CANAL, NICARAGUA DITCH WOULD SAVE TIME AND MONEY, As ii Iln-Inr.. Venture Alone tlie l*t*n|m->cil Artcrj', It N Claimed, W 1.11 lil Ite it 111k 80-M-BM In the Wrijr of Tollm unit Lock ( tt.ir_.-s. That the proposed Nlcarngnnn canal is vital tv the Interests of the I'nited States wns emphatically demonstrated during the recent war "itli Bpaln when "iir bat tleship i trvgon wns compelled to make lier long voyage down around the Horn to reach tbe scene of naval operations. The apprehension ,d the American rieople ''"r" Ing the long detour was painfully and just ly excited, while tl.e Government was de prived 'it several weeks' service "f Ita . iinest man of war dunm.* the time it re ijnired tv snil down the "est coast of S"iitli America and Up on the eastern side. Then, again, the riimmi rclal beneflts t" be fieri veil hy the completion "f the proposed ibort-rni waterwaj are Inestimable, A m"--! en nprchenslve article on trie subject of the Nlcarngnnn canal Irn- been wr...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 29 December 1898

Pcs Rheumatism. es Netlllllgla. es Lumbago. es Sciatica. ci Sprains. es Hruifacs. es Soreness, es StilTness. es Hackat'b". es Muscular aches. | • n'A Help, man has invented ,'iro basket curried vhich rests on tlie he basket inserted re put in and lifted , s hnve boiled suiii nil the garments i Rheumatism ■'caused by arid in thu blood, Hood'a neutralise! tins re id und cures HL.' schss and paitii of rheumatism. Do A • seller any longer when a remedy is at Kin 1 if which thousands of people say it caused all symptoms of rheumatism IS lit nn ml.it YSOOG S pari. la I? Inierlca's Greatest Medietas. Pries,sl. IHood'a Pills circutcli hesdaehe, _*cents. L 1 iMltcntor on linn*, | An indicator has been designed for fc'p. ;«tirg arms which will show nt a Mllince whether the shells aro nil dis charged, and bow many loads there aro In tho gun, v numbered oyUnder being Carried by tbe Block to icvolvo one toomber as the mechanism is operated to bring v shell into the firing cham ber. Taking all th...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 29 December 1898

THK LOCAL KOl'M>-IT. Photo scarf pins at Bushnell's. H Klwtr'l Whitson Wi_9 a Tacoin. visitor Tuesday last. Mr. and Mrs. li. Btrobach are waiting relstives in Spokane. Miss Sharpies-., trap the Smnd, is vis iting Mrs. Horsley for the holidays. M H. Williams of this city is visiting his mother, Mrs. .1. H. Williams, in Walla Walla. Frank L Crosby, cliiel deputy marshal at Tacoma, left ibis city Tnestlay night for home. Wallace.*- Coburn still hsve some t.f those pretty carving sels for meat ami game. Take a look at them. Fred Miller returiieil from the Sound on Wednesday. The colonel eafs every body over there predicts the election of Senator Wilson. Frank Human got live years antl Davit) Regan the same punishment and John Meyer |ffi and costs for assault, hy Judge Davidson Thursday. Senator John L. Wilson was a guest st the Yskims totlsy, anil leaves tonight with his family for Everett to take New Year's dinner with friends. Neverbreak Lava F'.nameled (iranite Ware is the hest on...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 5 January 1899

The Yakima Herald. 'OL. X, WE WiSII YOU pE3^jt chm n nnillll l^tTi^^^JcS v Ntl till ! And trust that it may be even a more prosperous one than the past. We thank all our friends and patrons for the many favors and liber al al patronage extended to us the past year and by renewed effort and \f a larger, better stock we hope to merit a continuance of the same. \f j*" We shall continue to handle the very best lines of goods that it is J*' possible to obtain, and which we have found so satisfactory in the *£ /I past among them being Studcbakcr Wagons, Dcering Mowers, Hind- >1 jV ers and Rakes, Canton Clipper Plows and Harrows, Waukcgan and jy A Baker Barb Wires, St Clair Ranges and Stoves, Electric and Keen A Kuttcr Cutlery, Clauss Shears, Lisk's Anti-Rusting Tinware and other lines of equal merit. Our prices will be as low as the lowest. YARIMA HARDWARE COMPANY If you haven't one of our '99 Calendars call and get one. "'""irl3fc\ KEENE I i ■>, I* •\^^C?lp'v\ w fir . ; 7 ':?:' i.'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 5 January 1899

THE YAKIMA HERALD. BAII.KV A Tl ESI.EY, CnhlUhrri. NORTH YAKIMA. ..WASH. THE NEWS Of I II C'iiiiipri-lipii»iT<» Kfiirw nf tlie Imporl iml HsftfMlltßgS of tllf* I .-' w. . k i tilled I'rolM till" THe|cri»|tll <<*\ lllllll*. William X, Vanderbllt, jr., is to wed j Miss Viiginm Fair, of Ban Francisco, j Only lib..nt f 400 worth (if property I m recovered Irum tbe wreck of tin: Maria Tereia, Gold shipments from Australia for I the year l s!t> amounted £13,880,000. Shipments in America Increased by £3,000,000. A deficit in the German beet su^ir crop of at leait 360,000 tons is flguied np.m by United HtatesConsnl Dieilricb, »t Madgebntg. Hu says that tin- liack ward (=•< ■ ji~iiri reaulted in a deficiency. Negotiation! aie progressing in tl..' Blatter of the payment of tin' Cuban troopfi so that on laying down their nnns they may be enabled to enter upon civil pursnitt and earn their living. Probably no further appropria tion by rangiest will be neoeaaary to enable tinl pre...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 5 January 1899

■111 KILLED, (1 INJURED Result of a Desperate Fight at Seaside. TRAGEDY CAUSED BY A FIRE liililo Will-iiil Mlir.leri.il Shrrlfr M illiflltl*. Hlltl l)i )iul\ I.IIIIHTM, RllfJ WM Shot hy !'■ |..m MHUr. Banlde, n r ., .Un. '.'.—The barnlnf tin- Fnlliiu cottage, nt this place, i«t Wi'lni'-'il.iy morning, ralmineted thin afternoon in the bloodleat tragedy , i tlif bittory of this county, us a re ,ilt. ct which three men are cold in 'eath and olio other is badly wounded. tn 1 dead aie: Sheriff .1. w. Willlama, Depnty " leritT Janiua Lamer) nn I diaries Wil rd. Deputy Rlioiiff A. K. Miller was lot in the lej». ,'t was considered certain liy every le that the burning of the Cottage was •■ tliM purpose of concealing a rob ry, am] suspicion pointed to Charles illnrd aB the guilty person, pnrticu fly as lie was seen a tthoit timt! after c lire coming from the locality with wheelbarrow load of tfiods. Acting on the luipieton then aroused .lerifT Williams this Doming secured search warrant, and...

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