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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 22 June 1899

Mil SKIS — Khat is (iolng on Diiilv of Interest to All Our People. NISCBUAHBOUS NEKS NOTES Items of frsonal and Local Mention Put Into Condensed Form for "The Herald's" Busy Readers. Ei M. Harrin was a I'r'inner \initor Ihh t • cek. Ktv. 11. M. Bartlett and *ife went to Spokane on Hooday'l (Iyer. Chester Walton is --v hti n^ goinn thm full to Ann Arbor, Mich., l*w school. Harry Hiwle, of Maliton, is id North Yakinia working at the carpenter trade. TobiU lipikner, of Mahton, took in the -i j'i!- of the county Heat on Saturday last. Win. I'xiiuPr \h in attendance upon the Htate encampment of the(i. A. K. in Seattle. K. H. Turner, editor of the l'roseer Uncord ramp up with about 90 oi his fel• low tOWDMDen to take in the circus. The w. 0. T. V. celebrated "Flower Mis-ion Day" last week, visiting the hog pital and many of the sick in the city. A laru' 1 Itock sale of Itntyt and their calves took plate at Mottooo'l stables last Saturday. Qood .lerßey cows were Mid ax low bh $l!>. Mies...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 22 June 1899

J You will find the I ? BEST I I variety of n j hfPi i —2S- ELITE \ i A ARKM>T, Manager. \ FLAGS GALORE. \ •rr»t jt<it jf jt- ji THR LOCAL KOtMMP. MifN Lucy Schaffner is visiting her sis tor in Portland. Special bargains in hats for 4th of July trade at Mrs. Cary's. 23-2t John Sawbridge has been to the Sound on business this week. Henry Schott t,« a been iodiepo«ed and unable to attend to business the past week. John Miller, a Natchez raocher, died Monday of pneumonia. He leaves a large family. The various stone and brick building of the city heretofore described are being rapidly completed. Rev. W. F. Hawk reports a glorious trip and (.leasurable stay at the Epworth Leage convention at Moro, Oregon. II A. Sn.iill has leased the tiuillaud house and will about July 4th open it to the public as a lirnt class boarding and lodging house. A large body nf vacant government land has just been discovered in Yakima contitv near the Big Klickitat. Further particulars next week. Piirdy F...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 22 June 1899

PURE FOOD SCARCE. NINETY PER CENT OF THE SUP PLY IS ADULTERATED. v« iii 'Ti t Ncvrlatinna I sli' Hut In tlic rcnnlr Itiventijjatlnjc loirtmittee — KllOrtllltllH \ Ml..till I l»f I 1.1 Url II !| II 1 and I'iiihuiioiia I'l.-li-i i« l*r<i'l nee I* If ih. re Ifl any pan food mainifm* llli'iil or Kolil ill tlii.s i ouutij, llir Sr'iatr Pun lihml Inreattgating Commlttwi, vii.iii took U'MtiniDii.v in Chicago, iii'i nit nun' bctom ii. The evidence in tin' Kinds <>r that committee teDdi to ■how Unit iiraii.v ail tin' commoner article! of toad are adulterated by the i. ;iii'ii;n'tiii«Ms, end some of tbctn wlili ileletcrloui and dangerbua aubataneea. One ol tin- wttoeaaea, Dr. H. 11. Wiley, chli I '!i nii-i in tbe Ileimrtmeni of .\.-ri. i.lunv, went ao tar :i> t'> Irti the lomuilttee ilut 00 per inn. af tbe llqukl ..ml s.iiiii fooda • uni Mi d by tbe i 'il 1 "f Hi 1 United siaii^ lire adtil 111-ill. I. And 1.. U il'V s:iiil lln-i s:jil in.'in waa liaacd on ins pefaunal Inroa tig...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 22 June 1899

"He That Stays Does the Business/* All the tuorlJidnu'ts "staying pc*u>er." i Oi this quality success depends. TJie j blood is the best friend the heart his. Hood's SArsipjinlli is the best friend the Hood eixr had; cleanses it of everything, ' grves perfect health and strength. 3wcd*l SaUafyWufla IMII STKUI, Ml If*. _ - i Tho wlnatlo on the new Atlanta j Milting ('ompiiny V mill has been con- | (tttided to lie audible at M.m.ii, 40 miles distant. The glove industry, which was Brit Fettled in (jlnvcicville. N. V., in 1809. ; now repreaentian investment of no less i thun $15,000,000. Thf operator! earn on an avaxaga $2 a day. Mci hanics and laboTWI will do well ' to shun the Philippinea, Skilled arti aaM ate paid an equivalent of 115 j" month in gokl. Accountant*, Look keepeti and clerical employes j»pt froni |;i" to |60 per month, and the oommon laboier about ft DOT month in gold. Uuffalo'R new I'nion sta- , tion, to cost |ti,000,(100, ig to have a Waitlßg room Koxa:ij feet, said...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 22 June 1899

RoYal Baking Powder Made from pure cream of tartar. Safeguards the food against alum. Alum baiting powder* air the greatest menacers to health of the present day. novn ammo ton** co., »tw voim. ■WINII What l> (iuini| on in the \ti<|hhorin<j T<iv\ns iiml \ illiii|cs. BRier i'kksonai. \i:\\s sores Paragraphs of ■ Social and Gossipy Natur Written Especially for "The Herald" Readers ty UttoDate Correspondents Parker Pointers The birds are taking til the cherries. Our farni' r» are bnsv cut tin I their lirst (Top of nlfa I'll. 11. J. Dragsoo is patiently endaring ■ ••iegp of the chilis. All who have be-en reported on the sick list nre yetting better. There will be preaching at the school house by Rev. Baker next Sunday e.ven- ■ ing. Miss Myra Draitgoo and b*f sifter llaisy are visiting friends, in Vnkinm this week. Most of the young people and some of the older -ne-*, attended the show in | Yakima Monday. Mirs Kflie Hunt who'was given up by | her friends as beyond t"e hope ot...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 29 June 1899

The Yakima Herald. VOL, XI, 9 A^fßefr? * we ARE ~* y^^^K 1 1 Haying Tools n In Forks we carry only the best makes, and you will ? j find a good assortment to select from. In Hay Car- L 3 riers, Slinks, Sling Pulleys, Jackson Forks, Double t Harpoon Forks, and other fixtures for the barn or field f 2 we can fit you out. B | Scythes and Snaths. r A nice line of Grass Scythes, Weed Scythes and Bush Scythes. d Scythe Stones, 10, 15 and 20 cents. I Star Sickle Grinders, Grindstones and Fixtures. Try a can of our Harvester Oil. jt jt ** j. You will find it Good.- L 1* IrVIL iflf ORKS ! Manner, Kinds and Descriptions. This year we have secured small and complete assortments for family and private celebrations, ranging in price from $3 to $8; $3 assorted cases contain 238 pieces; other cases ac cordingly. Out of town people should write for prices and particulars. We will serve you promptly. j» j* Jt tergviu, moore &o WEnsrisnEie,, n M m I MIDSUMMER I Clearance Sate I We will for the ne...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 29 June 1899

THE YAKIMA HERALD ■ •n.-t. Tunlrj A McCnnib, FnblWhrr*. WORTH YAKIMA WASH. EVENTS OF TiOAY An Intrrrstlng < „; l. . I lop BfftMM From ttl* TWO H nil i« |<ti.T«>« I'ir.. pih-.l lo • ConiUnipd Form. Misreading of orders caused the Linntoa, or., collision. The treasury deficit will reach neatly tl0<»,000,uou f,, r the year. At an hotel lire in OtWtgO, N. V., one woman lost her life and eight Were injured, I t Spanish government has ip- I iuted Luifi Marinas consul-general at Manila. Secretary Long will create a hoard ol admirals. Admiral Dewey «ili probably preside. The cruiser Philadelphia has arrive.) Id Ban Francisco from .Samoa, with Admiral Kautz mi board. A San Francisco cigarmaker hat ben arrested by revenue officers loi refilling boxes, and imitating loieign stamps, One of England's greatest men died the other day at Mauclesfield. His name, was Leo Whitton and he weighed ■; 11 pounds. Yellow fever has broken out among tho Foldiera at Santiago and Puerto Principe. Fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 29 June 1899

TO RULE THE HOUSE Movement On Foot to Form a Procedure Committee. WILL CCU SI'FAKKirs POWER I'lan for Hi b in,/ ,i,,,,, n r a Colonial NfMtaMN with it (MM ORlrar nt li» llrail. Washington, June 2fl. —A movement /■ en ...I nulling Republican membera of tie house to have a committee on procedure elected by the house, which Will take out of the hands of thespeak er and the committee on rules the poww which they heretofore exer cised. This committee will be all pOWtrfo] in deciding what legislation shall b* considered and RMBbairahlp on it niil be more sought after than on any other committee in the house, should it he established. It If pro poatd to make the speaker ineligible to the civ.iimittt'o and to have it of ■offlcient size to include ninny of the leadeia o* the house. The combination for tl^ organization of the house ami the distribution of pattonaga has been completed by the •election of Henry A. Cacson, of Wis consin, for serijeant-at-arms. The offi cers of the oKI combine ar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 29 June 1899

THE YAKIMA HERALD. RAII.KY. TI'EMI.KY A MXOMB. MMM •'Hhllktol cvit> Thiindasr; •nlMcrtpttou 1100 r< r year in advance. Advertising rate* npon applioatlon. THURSDAY. tOtfM 19, 1899. One of the nrratest industries of tbe -Ihlk of Washington, the r.uil factory at Kvi-rett. ha-1 been cloned down by tbe •iii»is, and yet this and like d>Btruction of other industries on the Sound excite no specittl wonder nor comment by the Suiind dailies. Why' It would be odd if (ieneral Wheeler went to the l'hilippines and conquered ■\i!iiiiiHhiii in time to get back and be !'■< f I presiitent. Mr. Mcivinley is ilesporatrly afraid of a rival warrior and bo iiihv li" 1 ■•!11-I]iiie winer than he knows in HPinlinK titf li tint; J'>* Wheeler to the orient. Director nf the Mint UiiiTtg hae an nounced his final eetimate of the pro.lui tion of gold nnil Hilver in the I'nited Htates for 18HH. The total output of gold was |64t468.000(il which Washington furnished |765,300, The silver produced aggr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 29 June 1899

BqitSiitb Our representative, Mr. H. M. Adatni, will be at the Hotel : Yakima for a short time. We have snaps in mining stocks and keeping a representative in Republic Camp* enable* us to keep onr clients posted. Now in the time to invest as prices are low. Call at the hotel for free maps and in formation. H. P. PALMER & CO., MINING BROKERS, Box 1791. SPOK.UE, WASH. Dr.gunns- OME FOR A DOSE. j*jl I A ,"""■" Pimple, Cr-».nt Il l I I B^"i?.":.r.-.':j:'/.'iv.»!:.^. rieUliU «c. Sold br drngjim. DH. BOSANKO CO. Phila. Pa. W~ ILLIAMS'DII I 0 TANSY riLLO A SUKK RELIEF TO WOMAN for all troubles peculiar to her sex. |ysond by mail or irnm our Aifcnt. 51.00 per box. WILLIAMS MFG. CO., Props., CLEVELAND. OHIO. ■•• r Su I<• I* v llt #' \nr Ili VH k I ill ii lirnu Moit\ \\*<\ i». M'»nn, l>r<i|ir. B* yitm" %'t inViVTJiaWi /it™'"»"|"- MA ■ ■ f>ni^ '.V.;H. •, -■ I:;."-!'. !*■>. ■Til I L^ 1 >: I'ttn. -ut will cure HI mil, 3S !■■« C , r "BleeOiuM ami Itching M ■ *>ri;. - i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 29 June 1899

WHAT I'BOI'LB SAY. A Transient Record of Private Opinions Publicly Expressed. Willintn Badger—We had a gtoftnM I time hi Seattle w-ih thi- U. A. It. hovn HWKII uiri-tin.' of III* dale. ruiMlnp-; tnent will he nt KU'rifliiirn. Ynkinrtj r.lllld hiIVC ll:»d it if she liml Wanted It. i Tlir MIMII « ti--*t was over the fta> l.ju <>f 'U'liariint'Mi roniniHtiiler The principal other i :in<lnl»tfs bastd— fie sitcccssliil '>in' were ex Mayor QeOfgC 15 I.hiic of < ilynipiii ami Ifajof A. S. Cole of Wli.ilcMiii. li required three ballot -1) gfTrCl ' choice. The final Imllot ttood: Langley ISS, Cole ISt, l.me 1. .1. G, Dickton —Have jnf>t returned from ii trip to KUMI lay ami to my ntd home in Ssuk VnlUt, Minnes fa. While tbtn Ihe tirnt tliini; I run aeroits "i tlif home of my old friend .lac k Iticli srdson, was a copy of Tiik HkKai.d. it Mimed X""' '" Ml' >' "I'd I resolved (hat when I (jot hack to YiiUinm I would i v withonl it no longor. At Kmmm Cll? I •Uenrled the S...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 29 June 1899

jj\ , The Weak Spot II i! Jv / Uhen n t)o'ler I 1 I i SJ& // explodes carry \| /^W^m^—J-JU*"* <ll';lt'" anil fS^ destruction with \ \> L^T /// 'ifi "V "\Vliv: we /nm-y^f V t"'""Klit it' was iinlT/h// Mroiii,' cnou K h: II niust h■"•»■ '>•*'• ' •' y.,- When a ni.m \d? r\ wh" has ""■ "llt" *r /ill I Wanl *PP—IMIC* "' 'xitiK r f&HA ■xorf and stwmg mVkai *•*«■ t? iv f'llls ■ lIK'V1 IK'V '" lUafJMe, 1«>«n lii^frii nds exclaim: "why we thou^nt he was ill njrht: He must have had .1 weak sjnit •voinewhere." Tile fact is, almost everyliodv has a weak spot siMiiewlnrc. Death and dis ease ar< ¥ always looking tor we ik ■.(pots If yoi;r stomach or \lulr lnrr won't do its proper work, if your body Faile to (;ct its full nourishment from tin- fool vnu eat, .111.1 your Hrani losi s jiirt al tin sleep it ou^hl to haw, ii" 01 ti your frame and nmacular roui liml« in<\ lie, Ton will |{i*t out; diw.i* will find th« weak sjx»l, and ti.itur'* Sfi " I wish to «\v I" IkC W'irl t ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 29 June 1899

KEENL ■SfM " .'/fit L^L^LV First Street... North Yaiima. WIIIRWS What is doing on Daily of Interest to All Our I'coplc. HISCBLUNBOtia MSWS NOTES Items of crsonal and Local Mention Put Into Condensed Form for "The Herald's" Busy Readers. A. I! Kinilliiy til in town from his sheep ranch on Monday. Casto Johnson haH moved his family bi«'k to t heir home in Sunnyside. We DOW iiave a Diet line of canned meats atid fish. KitiHey 4Co, 1". 0. Sullivan, friini the Sound, was registered at the Bartholsl laHt week. The wile of Dr. Stepbanton m conral* esciim'. utter ati illness of three mODtbl 1 duration. Mrs. l>. L. Hopkins, of Fairhaven, in in the city the gui.it of 'l('r daughter, Mm. A. .I. Willis. At the school election in l'rosser W. 11. Barrel! *sh re-elected clerk and A. O. McNeil and F. W. Berndt directors. Billie Crofton, the sheeii prince, whose flocks are in the Yakima district, was in this section daring the week.—Golden dale "Agri." Mrs. F. 0. Hall was made first trustee of th...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 29 June 1899

You will find the BEST [P AT ELITE S. ARESDT, Manager. FLAGS GALORE. THR LOCAL KOIND-IT. Miss Daisy Beach, nl Kennewick, is the guest of Yakima friends. Children's drersea and ladies' wrap pen at The Wonder. 22 A fine aide walk has tnken the plane of the old dilapidated one on the second street of Allen's block. Mien Kster McDonald has been elected clerk and R. D. Young director of the Sunnyside school district. Dr. Klmer Klgworth Heg and family recently of North Yakiraa are now living at 1001 Cherry Street, Seattle. Money saved is money earner. Nothing truer. Save money by buying your hardware right for cash at I). R. Barton's Second street. 24-tf Washington Press Association inlets at Seattle on the 11th, 12th and Kith of July. A delightful time is promised visiting editom snd their wives. C. Mi Ilinmc r ami a crew nf painters went to Sitnnyoirie Tuesday to put the finishing touches on the handsome home of Klder Klhy near .Sunnyside. II J. Hand returned home last Friday. While awa...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 29 June 1899

GRANDFATHER'S FOUFJTH. O r.iuHn hiT Watt! rm-1 t> Ml «« l.oy« l'hnt h Kiiiirth wii'n't i\ Kmirlh wlthonl i"T 1,1.1-M-. He » iii'l siy, «l!li :i |l BOlp i>f Oil hlrkorf ■tlrk. Thai I! :..,liii' iin A 111 it :: 11 rfs*Bl il'irt ns ok To «!■,' hN s.iim nil tli* N;lt OD ■ iI.IV Hit r mod In ii port <>f I:nrlc^^ way. With mi nratloa ml so trail hand, > i flrf Aorii SB4H .iml MMt :-rrr stnnii. While bli craadauna, bvtvN ilny wttt Mt of !.ih«. Were aabamad nr at toottl t>i fir* off iqalbt, A;.-i MCb I ii'|f|n'nilrnei» mum UraDilfathrr W;iiir< :n,ik his poirdtr-horo, Ai d the flit hlrl «!,it,;iiii liln f,nln-r bad Wbrn he fcraflil iin.ler Sehuj li-r, ■ countrj lad. Ani liri.inlf.itliT Wiitts w.m'il s'.trt nnd tratnp Ten in In to the wood* at li'nver Campi Por DrandfatLer >\'nt;s naod t" <m and ■ i »i That .i '!■■< ni rblpmank ur iroodcboek nr . « l \V'im It :.>- .- ni|iuiy. fr i-nilly t.r *-11_y, Than {■■['** wiii.ll In't keep Fourth of July. And *•< be v...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 29 June 1899

" You May Bend the Sapling But Not the Tree." When d.'sease fus become chronic And deep seated it is often difficult to cure it. ThM is the reason why it is best to tike Hood's S.irsj)\iri!U tvhen disease first shows itself. In long-seated, tent cious ases, Hood's SArs&par&A is Also •wonderfully successful. Thorn Absurd Names. "What ridiculous names they have Over then- in tlie Philippines," said the man who had just walked np to tlie counter and been Heoured by th<j cleric "..n Im could nave the beet loom in tlie hotel. "There's Calumpit, for. instance. Tli.it tituno would make a bO(M laugh. Who ever heard of any tiling so :,■ -nr 1 as to cm- a town such • poatßMrk as that?" Tlien lie took tlie pen that tlie clerk had been bottling Ml toward him and Wrote upon tlio register: "J. Crawford, Woonsocket, R. I.' — Chicago Evening Newa. Very Ittiay. May and Edith lire sisters, four and five yeais old respectively. May had been very naughty, ami mamma had taken her over her kne...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 29 June 1899

RoYal Baking Powder Made from pure cream of tartar. Safeguards the food against alum. Alum baking powders are the greatest menaccn to health of the present day. NORTH YXKIMA AND VICINITY. (Jet your fireworks at Coe.s. I'.hliv carriages gtlore at The Klite. Straw hats given away at Collln Urns. B. F. W'nrd startH tomorrow lor Hono lulu. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Liggett returned home from BpokftOa M wday. Mrs. wiii&t Harrison in in Illinois paying h« parrot* a visit. II B. Kigg returned from the Sound Momliv. AU'x Miller was on t lie Sound the be ginning of the week. Thos. Taylor's bendeoioe cottage on Smitii Seoond street is Bearing Comple tion. For nil ttomactl t;fid kidney troubles ilrmk copiously of Yakiiuu Mineral water 24-21 All member* ol Camp 89, Woodmen of the World are hereby notified to be «t their lihll ut 10 ii. in. July I'll to partici pate in tli" parade. Dr. Fletcher has mendad the broken aim of H year <>t<l child of Theodora Fierrv ; ihp accident happened from ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 6 July 1899

The Yakima Herald. VOL. XI, .1 WE ARE _. A^^fa - FOR „ Haying Tools In Forks we carry only the best makes, and yon will find a good assortment to select from. In Hay Car riers, Slinks, 81in<;- Pulleys, Jackson Forks, Double Harpoon Forks, and other fixtures lor the barn or field we can (it yon out. Scythes and Snaths. A nice line of Grass Scythes. Weed Scythes and Bush Scythes. Scythe Stones, 10, 15 and 20 cents. Star Sickle Grinders, Grindstones and Fixtures. Try a can of our Harvester Oil. .< _< _•* _* You will find it Good. #Yaki /^BS&\ Hardware (l^^^ffll) Company _^_2^^ \i r>rv a 1/ * J here is_ no Kodak did the Eastman Koc!aZ\ for Camoers ivv/univ * * V COMPLETE ASSORTMENT ALL PRLCES. teWU. -^OODE^DEC <&c WE_N"UER, staSers MIDSUMMER Clearance Sale We will for the next 30 days sell Sum mer Goods at Remarkably Low Figures. Light Print -i e We want to clean tip on Shirt Waists. Lawns, worth Bto i2>_c, all go for. . 5c All onr 50c Waists go for 15. Dimitie...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 6 July 1899

THE YAKIMA HERALD • allvr. T__sle_ * Mil iimb. I'lihllalic-ra. RORT.I VAKIM \ . ... WASH. EVENTS OF THE DAY Aft liit.r*atlng Collection „r Itetna Fruaa th* Two llnmlapbere. ''..—. ..,..! la • Coßilf.nai.il f*..rni. California reports a profitable fruit season. Admiral Sampson has been granted a tin vi tii 'i leave of absence. Tlie Dewey home fund contribution! have reached neatly $13,000. A German i tnany will build it imelter in .**!..i*ta county, Cal, Spain hai sold the gunboat Velas« quel to Venesuela f"r 150,000 franca, A itenm flue collapsed on a Missis* lippi river tteamur ecalding five men, two fatally. After an absence ol *ix years a Mm Ilea j.. dis mill letiiined to stand trial fir grand larceny. Captain Coghlnn will go to I'u.et Bound after all, al commandant of the naval itation at Bremerton, Tan navy department has received Information that Admiral Dewey sailed from Colombo fur l'ort .-aid. Qovernoi Junes, of Arkamas, haa Issued a pioclamation In which he. sayi tho impor...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 6 July 1899

NEGROES EIREI) ITON Strikers Shoot Into Miner's Train Near Pana. t.OIM. TO TAKE SIR IK Kits* JOBS On* Wnniitn Waa Shot Through thai Heart An Itnlinn l.eit th* Klot. Murphysboro, 111., July 8. —At 9 o'clock this morning, Conductor Wit- 1 liaui Rryan'i train on tho Johnson City | branch of the Illinois Central, hearing 1 47 negro miners fiom i'ana, was shot I into by a crowd of miners at Lawder, in Williamson county. One negro wo man was killed by a bullet through her heart. The negioes were brought hy Sam T. liush, superintendent of the St. Louis Big Muddy mines, near Cartels villa, to work in his mine there, where there is now a atrike. > The miners, 50 in ntimher, were armed with rifles and were hidden in the grass behind the Company depot. When the train Stopped the leader, an Italian, got on the platform and com manded the negroes to get out. Con ductor Hi van Interfered, but was Stopped by a revolver in his face. The train began to move and the mineri poured in a withering fi...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
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