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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 20 April 1899

mj^a[ \fjfi_, s^^ByT^^^^y^^^y^gygyj^y^y ij • m \_r w*__r*T_wr* %_?__* v^ %•_¥ a m _r<a m _i f SHiZED FROMiOO f I WAS just 10 years ul.l. It m In the January of i*7i. The French town in which 1 livi-tl WS* besieged by tin- Prusslaue, Vat two months tin* •enemy had lu'lil our little ganlawi blockaded llhs ■ foi in its hole, it eras a terrible arbiter. It snowed laces* pnniiy. Colli uml hunger were harder to cootend with than the enemy him self, nmi tin> fever thinned onr ranks fiistir than ins bullets. in order to warm our blood from time to time we made little sorties; imt it wns labor in rain, for we were Inclosed In :i circle of tiie. 'those who fell suf fered no more, and those who survived continued to deceive themselves with the 1;..| f escape. In onr home there remained Imt my mother and me. My father waa sergeant and color bearer in one of the companies which the citi zens liini formed from the tirst moment of the invasion. One morning be came home, having fought through...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 20 April 1899

" Out of Sight Out of Mind." In other montlis tve forget the harsh, ivinds of Spring. *But they have their use, as some say, to blow out the bad air Accumulated after Winter storms and Spring thatvs. There is far more important accumulation of badness in the veins and ar teries of humanity, _)hich needs Hood's Sarsaparilla. This great Spring Medicine clarities the blood as nothing else can. It cures scro fula, kidney disease, liver troubles, rheu matism ami kindred ailments. Thus it gives perfect health, strength and appetite for months to come. Kidneys "My kidneys troubled me, and on advice took Rood's Sarsaparilla Which gave prompt relief, better appetite. My sleep is rcfresluiie. It cured mv wife also.'' >In it a ii. ltovi.K, M7S Denny Street, Pittsburg. I'a. Dyspepsia —"Compilested with liver and kidney trouble. I suffered fur veiirs Witb dyspepsia, with severe pains. Hood s Ssrsaimrilla made me strong and hearty." —J. 11. Kmebton, Main streel, Auburn. Me. Hip Disease I ive r...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 20 April 1899

RoYal Baking Powder Made from pure cream of tartar. Safeguards the food against alum. Alum baking powrders are the greatest menacers to health of the present day. tm.n mtma w»«» co.. sew vow. THI' I.OCAI. KOIND-IT. Freeh vegetables and fruits at Kinsey ,-v t'n's. The ruling price for hop insures this week is ll! cents. Charles Merwin bag tone to the Buf fain Hump 1111111111- region. Schorn's vehicles stand the test more years than some othprg do months. 10-tf Kx-representative H. I). Jory was in town mi Wednesday from his Sunnyside ranch. City Marshal < iratit has rounded tips squad of hobOSSaad will have them tried for vagrancy. It'e a fait. Kverybndv knows it. Dills A Co. have the best line of clothing in town at the lowest prices. Key. McConsnghy, lormerly of the Ahtuinim CongregStlonsl church, hag re- turned from Spokane to take charge there again, it is said. Stiidebaker vehicles do not become rat tle-traps in two or three months nor even in that many years. Sold at Schorn's...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 27 April 1899

The Yakima Herald. VOL. XI, W § 1 1 * * "IT 1 4 * Sialirl Bine Fine JH * * * Nictel Oil Store Pi J IS JUST WHAT YOU WANT JtrJPl nA. FOR SIMMER USE. *=«22228^ m: * Tho Standard for 1899 is a handsome stove, simple in operation, has powerful burner ___. ~ giving a blue flame without smoke or odor. Will do any kind of cooking or baking rc= quired of any cook stove. See them. m. - . X Rett ifl Convenient. - We ore le Sole Hs * - - ' ♦ We are also agents for the |S. Petaluma Incubator * *J L3O EGG SIZE IN STOCK. 4 YAKMA HABDWABE COMPANY * *1 ** * ¥£ *x # & '*)_' \%> Dissolution "I So Ir* Willi WE ARE OFFERING MANY NEW ITEMS AT VERY LOW PRICES. Bargains Merrimac and American Best Shirting Cambric, aold at 80, at this sale He Best Dark Calicos —aliout 1000 yards— the (ie kind at 4c 500 yards best Lining Cambric worth 5c a yard, at Be l'J'.jC Silesia, all colore, at Oc ns.lule Muslin Oc 500 yards Outing Flannel, light and dark colors, tbe 7c kind at 4c Teazledown and Best Outing, the...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 27 April 1899

THE YAKIMA HERALD j ••11*7, l ... -I. . A McC'omb, ('nl,li.tin • KORTH YAKIMA WASH. I NEWS OF lull *',iiii|ir.-li..|i.l*i c li.»*t i.*wr of tli»« Imnnrt nnt Ha|»p*''iiliiK" mt tli«* I'H.t -iV****.!! ■fiill.'il r ruin 1 lip T-plesrapli Ciililinli.. Throe young gills perished in the burning of an orphans' home at Berne, Ohio. Cosimir. the Indian who niurdered Philip Walker, has been captured at Kam loops, File destroyed the depattment store of Kwer iV Co., st Newcastle, Pa. Loss, $10tl,( insurance, $50,000. President MoKinlev has accepted an Invitation to atten 1 the Ohio state en cam] ill.'lit of the o. A. R. in June. The American Cur iv Foundry Com pany, at JetTeisoiiville, 1n,!., increased the wages of its 2,000 employes 10 per cent. At simix F.iiN, Judge Harland sen te I Bad Kik to be banged June 18 for killing n policeman who tried to ariest him. It hie*" been decided by the German government to adopt the English Thornvcroft system of water-tube btiil eis in all German men-of-war...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 27 April 1899

TIMBER CRUISERS POISONED Entire Farty That Left Sea side Perished. CAUSED BY CANNED FOOI I • . nf Three nf the Men Fniltid- I'Kllle. HeaD-hlii-** fnr the Kmirlh Nn Mark*, ut V loli-nrs. Astoiia, Or., April 16.—That the en tire party that left Seaside April 7 on a limber cruise are dead is an SSSUted fi. t as the bodies of thiee have al ii a.ly been found and search is still in I r..gte*s for the fourth, who was the .i!e**t and weakest member of the party. As soon as S. 11. Duty's body was found and brought into Seaside Satur- i dsy afternoon, Louis Chance, know n as | "Indian Louie," and John Biirkp were; t", J.iged to start ont in search of the ie maiuder of the party, who consisted of P. I . Belkman, a civil engineer, of this ity; W. T. Ka.bi. a timber lo cator, of Portland, and A. .1. Cloutrie, of Seaside, who accompanied the party as a guide, as he was thoroughly famil- j uu with that seition of the country. 'Iln- afternoon "Indian Louie" re tcind with the Information that they ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 27 April 1899

rilF VAKIMA HERALD. BAII.KY. It'KSI.KY 9 M. ' "MB. PatillsSsrs Puhll.l cl evert Tbafsday; rabacrlptloii II 00 ptr rest in advenes. Aiivorti«nm rat<-« iilMiTt application. Tilll AAD AT, M'Rll. fl, 1899. Editorial (otimient and much local neWI is Unavoidably crowded out of this issue of Tin: _** ti.n. An Architect snot Builder's Views To tin- L.hiorof Tin. Herald: At the renuest of a number of taxpayers and patrons of Ihe school on Wednesday I examined lbs Columbia school building, with a view to use rtaining its stfety. I find this The walls of said bedding are in good condition and in perfect ulign men', but the roof is not sufficiently braced, which is the cause of all the vibration. At least li feet 4 inches of the walls from the top of th" ceiling joist to wali plates should be taken do vi, and unless so done Hie OOOtioUSl vibration and strain tn which tbe building is sub jected lo timing high winds will sooner or later inak it dangerous. The bell tower could remain as il is. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 27 April 1899

"Please Smile AND Look Pleasant." When ;i woman says "I am racked with pain," tbe word "racked" recalls the days when they stretched the tender bodies „t women on the rack with mix and pullet until the very joints cracked. I'ancy un attendant •eying to the tor tured woman, •• Please kiiulc and look pleaaant." And yet the woman "racked with pain," ia expected to smile through her agony and to make home happy. She can't do it. It is against nature. Gen erally speaking, the racking pain of ill health such as headache, backache and "bearing down pains " are related to de raii(*cincnts or disorders of the organs distinctly feminine. When this condition is removed the general health is restored, and with health comes back the smile of liappimss. Any woman may regain her health at home without offensive questionings or examinations by the use of Dr. Tierce's Favorite I'rescription. It cures per fectly all diseases and derangements peculiar to women. Sick women may consult Dr. Pierce hy let...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 27 April 1899

Uli.it is (mini] on D.iiU nf Interest tn All Our People. MISCI.I.I.AM.OIS XP.WS NOTF.S Items of i rMin.it anl Local Mention Put Into ConJensed Form for "The Herall's" Busy Readers. The Vale I Illle trial cost the county |ftßl, Tbe open door club library haa lieen eloseit. The old price on choice new tea at Kinsey's. Claude T.rigk'S returned on Monday's west-bound flyer from a business trip. C. I>. Murane, a former attorney of North Yakima, is practising medicine at Dawson City. Mrs. W. L. McDonald has returned home to Tacoma from a visit to friends in Yakima. Dan l.ihhy denies a street rumor that he is negotiating for the purcbaae of the Yakima hotel property. W. I. Lince, ex-president of the Yaki ma National bank, is very busy now taking care of four of his ranches. Some new and beautiful things in the line of silk shirt waists at The Wonder. They must be seen to be appreciated. 10 Knsign Cbildera, a Salvation army lass who has made many friends here, went to Portland on the Mon...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 27 April 1899

Drupßist LAI AKKII IOCENT mW rC'?fAM Bfi-^T TRIAL Sl7.r. \W'/: ■*»/, ■*.■: '"'■ \ Ely's Cream B'^sr v"^}oji 1 _r ___£. contains i■■■ Rw y <y^ i_MH £3**- n*S ' Mi_f_j iiijunoiiP tirrt_'. -MMWtWi - t**?jl Tr <-;..mif Hti.i rii-.-u -i 5SJ™«r- —r;ir"j_^r IM Natal PQj Q Ifta HKAII Aiiayt. Inanimation. Wn.l* i HLHtf Ileal* fltul Protect! tin* Mi-.ir nt).'. |{<-i«t.-tin ScuMf*. of T.tete ami nimll I- ill SIM 6uc.; 'I'r.a Hi£t*. M*r . at Dfflftßpttt nr l»v Bails hi A BRUTUBKNM Warren Street, New York DR. GUNN S ONE POR A DOSE. |M| I ft Ren .. Pr-r-nt VII 1.% cor.ri.i.,i». * .» n n.v.p.p.iV " a»^^y _e_Z_^*i_l ,h" _*''• '*eh **r l» eatrtaert 'orh*-.lih. ThrFnrilheritrip* nora.-t.n. T,. con' SE 2 _?t T Wl" ra»'l«»mpl-» ft-: ■rfn 11 l.ni for ma. Sold bf tnmwAa, DR. BOSANKO CO. Phils. Pa. E_\__m " ■ A SI'HE REMICF TO #OMAW fori all troubles peculiar to her sex. cersend by I mail ot from our A-k-ent. SI.OO per box. ' WILLIAMS MFG. CO., Props., CLEVELAND. OHIO.' »»r OHle lit Hie ><&...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 27 April 1899

?5r giip*«2_> ____ CRFAM BAI.M Isaposltlvecnre. Apply Into the nostrils. It iaqnl.klyahsnrlied. BO rents st llmcclsts or l.v nm.l; samples lur, hymail. KI.Y BUO.'UKItS, 66 Warren SL, New York City. PROFEBBIONA L CARDS. I'tmi.iu B. iiSAVKs. Rllsnsbnrg, Ika I. KN..I.KMAKT. North Vakims / JKAVKS _ KNOI.KIIART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Konms 7 Slid S, Second Boor, First Satinna' Hank bin 1.1 no; I (INKS ,<t (iI'THKIK, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. ■ Her First National Hank. North Vakima, t\a-l WHITSON AI'AKKKR" ►"»» whitson > t I rRKII I'AHKER ATTORNEYS AT LAW. f_r~ In First National Rank lliiildme. Udiil.K ,fc RIOQ, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. officcM over YHkinid National Hank. North vakin.a, WMfclngtoii. l.illN ... BOYLE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. OKI I' I IN UU HI KM.II HI II 111 Nt.. Will practice in sll Ihe courts of the stale nn.i l. s. Land Offlcts. I K. BANKS, DENTIST. nfßee over Postoffice. Yakima avenue. North Yakima. 1> N. GORDEN, M. I), Physician and SURGEON. H.'iirs in ml 2a. m*. Itolp.m :7 to Bp. ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 27 April 1899

If you want a stylish turnout or livery rig of any descrip tion, you can get it at the O. K. Stables SECOND STRhUCT. Finest Trails in the City. Saiblle horses to let. Hoarding and feeding ol horses a spe.'ialtv. You will find courteous treatment and prompt service with us, and our rates are all right, too. ft, I. Miff, Propr. Gentlemen. Don t De when yon go to Pnwn to bay names, botgo |0 I It. Lopes, n* he hoi h first-fins-* horooH loop Hiii h]a -stock in complete iv Light and Heavy Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Blankets, Gloves, Axle-irease-iu tuft everything carried in v fir*t cSom horooos thop, A full line of tiie [ntornotloool stock Pood. All goodf guaranteed tirst clan ami told at bod rock priOM for cash L. 3D. LAPE Prosser. Wash. Highest Cash prices Paid for BEEF HIDES, SHEEP PELTS, CALFSKIMSST-"" FURS . Our line of fresh Meats, Hams and Bacon is al ways kept complete, clean and neat. If you are not already a customer give us a call. H. J. Rand Columbia Meat Market. Yakima Avenue...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 27 April 1899

I.OOKIM. I'OKKAKI). Governor Rnicrs Story of an American Farm A Faithful Portraiture. I SOkISS Forward, or The story of Sll American ! Farm. Bi John U Roasts, spike rut.ll.li | laM in., lai-i.nia l*ys. linvernnr John X Ko*-ers, the author of "Looktß-g li.rwsrd," dedicates this book ; "To the woman who never Inst faith ii. m?—inV wife." In the preface hesavs: "This story ol an American tatm lirst appeared in the columns of the Ksiishs Commoner, then published i at Newton, Ksas-i under the menesje ment ot ihe writer. Hoently it hss been revised and partially re-written, without, however, eheagiag the design I and arrangement ol the book or the char-' acter nf the narrative, which, as may he Surmised, is from actual experiences! anmiiK the farmers of Kansas." Dated at Olympia, Washington, January 16, Hits The eOßtSatl are divided inlo SO chapters of 325 paijea in all, bound in lavender cloth, profusely illustrated by pen and ink draw in its and half-lone ci - ! ft ravings. This i« n st...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 27 April 1899

VDO 0 that are sure uuuUu to*row! BEST r.RAIIK OF Alfalfa, Clover __* Timothy, Also ali kinds of Seed Grain, Chop Feed, and Mill Feed. Nortli Yakima Mill Co's Store Yakima Avenue ** ** ** Opposite Postoffice. NOKTH YUMA AM) VICINITY. Mre. Bell, mother of Wm. Bell, has re turned to her home on the Sound. M. S.-horn's vehicles make a friend every time he sells one. li-tf The last, mail to he carried to the Wenae will be on the SOth of this month. Remember we save you Irom 16 to I'D percent, on teas. Kinsey A Co. Another car of Studebaker wagons is now iieing loaded at the factory for the Yakima Hardware Co. Hanna Yakotowit, an Indian girl 15 years of age, died nn Monday and was buried at Toppenish Tuesday. Dr. Dulin welcomed bis wife and child from Prosser, al the depot Tuesday after noon, where they have been visiting Mr. Dulin's parents. Oscar (Jain, county attorney of Walla Walla, was in attendance on Urn superior court Tuesday, in connection with tbe 1. In..i-i..u bond case. You r...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 27 April 1899

"Durability is Better Than Show," The wealth of the multi nillionaires Li not equal to good health. Riches without health are a curse, and yet the rich, the middle classes and the poor alike have, in Hood's Sarsaparilla, a valuable as sistant in getting and main taining perfect health. It never disappoints. Scrofula Three years ago our son, ii. .a eleven, had a serious case of scrofula and erysipelas won dreadful *<>r»*s, dis charging and it. hingconstantly, lie cm 1.l not walk. Several physicians did not help foi * Ktreti in.mill- three month-' tr.*at mentwith Hood's Sarsaparilla made him perfectly well. We are glad to tell others of it. Mn*. David Laird, Ottawa, Ken. Nausea Vomiting spells, dixzinesa and prostration troubled me for years Had neuralgia, grew weak and coo.l nol -•■ |. Mi age «a< sgainst me, but II I's Barmpnrilla cured me thoroughly. My weight * **I ii .in 1 '". •*. 111 p .no.l* I no. •!:•• mother <,f nine children. Never t. ■ -*■ well snd strong since I...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 27 April 1899

"How ilo you explain the laving that two are company ami three are none?" aakeil the inane viaitor. "Iguesa," said Tommy, "that there wasn't enough to eat."—lndianapolis Journal, A Stroll*, Man's Secret. The Wrongest man on earth snvs the secret of his wonderful Down is perfect digestion. ll...teller's Stomach r.itiers makes digestion ea«y. and cares all com* plaints arising Irom a weak stomach, such as indigestion, MIIoUHMSI, liver and kid ney ailments. As a tonic it is marvelous. Everybody needs it at tins time of the year. The windows of Peisian houses, as a rule, are not vieible frum the street. There was a young man from I.enore, Who hol.llv went off to the war; The "beef' made him sick, He recovered ijiiite quick Hy the prompt use of old Jesse Moore. Butter ami bacon are declared by a medical writer to be the most mulsh ing of all foods. Mothers will iind Mrs. Wlnalow'a Sooth ing Syrup the beat remedy to use for their Children during the teething period. Cork, if sunk 200 left...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 27 April 1899

RoYal Baking Powder Made from pure cream of tartar. Safeguards the food against alum. Alum baking powders are the greateat menacere to health of the present day. mm baki-,0 aggw 00., ma vor*. THH LOCAL KOIND-IT. l-'resh vegetables and fruits at Kinsey .*< Co'e. .I.C. I'eck ranie in Irom Tacoma on TueHilav's tlyer. Dr. Wilnus, of Fort Simcoe waa in town on Wednesday. K. M. Douglass of Zillah registered ut the Hotel Hartliolct on Wednesday. J. I' I...mi.van was in the city on Wed nesday from his stoi'k range in the lower end of the couuty. Fred Cline of the First National bank has accepted the agency lor the Smith* Premier typewriter. 11. J. Keuchler r. turns today to his Stockton home, after a most enjoyable visit among Ins friends and neighbors in North Yakima. Studebaker vehicles do not become rat tle-traps in two or three months nor even in that many years. Sold at Schorn's, First street. 10-tf M. l.ever, wife and children have come to North Vakima from San Iliegu, to re side. ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 4 May 1899

The Yakima Herald. VOL. XI, $ g iff * * * * * DEERING IDEAL MOWERS 4* Have Roller and Ball /^smi&mSmwSS!^ 4> Bearings in their (^tf£^-7iri^a .*• Perfection. '^bs^j^-^^"^^ * __ a * _*» lJtrn>t*c Ttnita to fU_ 11 I 1 lit* IL « -r\iLW aIIJ/~ Simplicity, Durability, ,^. r mii^' ~^L4y Jfty^ w^ Draft. * UODllll| Steel „.> . . -■;;';.;-::.^ . : t> Models of Strength /?-\|(A iSWH S| W l' />4:( ' * Staple in Operation. W^ ._ __ . I''^« - Jljfc 4" They jet all tie Hay. l^^MW^Wjf^jfWi these goods before jS^^^^^^^^^^VVVVV V Vi\\\ w L JU ") 4* you buy v. J H . ■••'-'-sr*»-"- Z&&~ --^_ -•• —s , ~H—^ t * "MIA HIE COMPANY * -¥ * -f * * -$► 4- 4- Double-hooked Flies -twbyiuni^ We have them. You will catch every fish that strikes by using them. Z^ FISHING TACKLE We have the finest and largest assortment ever shown in North Yakima. IZtTZre. MOORE <&s W~EIsr:ET:E:R, y staSers I 250 Pairs | of broken 01--,^-, §f |J Will be sold at and below £ 4 < wholesale cost. I ne...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 4 May 1899

THE YAKIMA HERALD •allay, Tu.«i.j * m, « nm%, i-uhit.hrr*. rtORI H VAKIM \ WASH. I NEWS Of IH[ «f[(K ■•■ g.l • li. N.i \<- lUtiiw af tlic In.purl hiil HaiiponlßßT* of ""' I'n'i Wirk Cnltml I i.mi Mi** f'»-ii'iiri,ph Colnmns. The Rothecliilili 1 Rppntu In New York, deny that they aie in the popper trait. Washington goMip<i lay Mi '•■- w i be given i otnmand ol the I'm lippin Briny. Pi ■ v.itc Jamen L. Oil lilnnd w n - by Lieutenant John Miiyenki, I iring ,i 1 iut .ii Auiiuata, ' la. Tl a ii.iw iin .ii tmpiil :a- tepi i in r. led I' ii i.i i. 1 _ i!i, nil til" ii,' ■nt t- oonnidi le I cloyi (I, '!: ■ applioal ion of Atnri •■ in mni ■ grai ion laws iuitß th« < il ... 1; -i.ut out the < hint' ■ mid ot le . , - An important conclave of I'omni Catholic prelates from Mexirn. Cenlri find Si hi h America will be held v lion ii May . next, The life in < • \ ipr has reculted in the ilinchari.'" 'if 2,1 110 men in K> un i in !, «hei •■ cai ti !'!.;•■ .-. Us an ni.i le loi the ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 4 May 1899

I REBELS I FOR PUS End of Hostilities Is Rapidly Drawing Near. OTIS REFUSES RECOGNITION Tlirlr !■ itrui of (Jin *>Mtiitf»tit lrrrcular • -*■ n«> i ?»1 I'inl*** for llit> l.i ,». \.ihm tr.r. Win. Will 11, l:<.\i H rilr.l. WMhlngtOn, M:iv I.—Tlif enl o[ the Filipino intnrrection is in hiuht, in tlie Opinion of aiinv and navy otliii.tls. A t< legratn received from General Otli today anoounced that Agninaldo i.a i taken what in regarded ai the firat ■tcp toward surrendering, namely, re queiting a cetutton "f boitilitiea. Tlip text of General Otia' diipatob (ol low*: "Manila, May I.—After taking Cal atnpitf MaoArtbnr'i diviaion crotfed the Kin Uranda river In lira (aoeol irreal (bataclea, driving the concentrate ed f(ir>'cs ut the enemy Iwk ol the r.-1i 1 - toad two mi i I<-h. MacArthor report* thai the paaaagc of the rivar is a re markable iiiilitmy achievement, the. ■ttccefi of which in (1 in* to the dating ■kill and determination of Colonel Fumtoni muler the diioi...

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