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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 9 November 1893

nvoL. v. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. JOHN A. BROWN, ATTORNEY AT LAW. lai established * law office In th« K.t.rlmau uli'iiui; Will prrctlc* In til eonruof ih« state tT J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Hf^-offlce over Y«klm« National Bank. North aklma. will practice In all t ta« courtsof the ute and 0. H. land olncca. [{KAVIS A MILBOY, |fc*«ffl» I ATTORNEYS AT LAW. C^-Wlll practice In all Courts of the gtata. ; I attention given to all I' 8. land oflice uMin'Ht North Yaklma, Wash. w i.. MM ' ■• «wmj, TONES A NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Kooma 4 A 5 ovfcr First National Bank. WHITBON A PARKER! «'>'"' »«i™>» W I run riHii ATTORNEYS AT LAW. (^■Office In Flnt National Bank Building. Ja O. MORFORD, ATTORNEY AT LAW. f .ctlces in all Gimrts In the State. Kiveclal uentlon tv Collection*. oUlce up 101111. Yak ma National Bank.Hnlldlng. £ M. VANCK, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Otnc« over Pint National Bank. Special at eutlon klv.ii tn Land Office business. jTRED MILLER, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Orrici with H. J. knivily. n...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 9 November 1893

BWSaherallT < IMTKB ITF.RI TItIMDM. $2.00 PER ANNUM. IN ADVANCE. j Ifartiriif Bate fpi Iptliratwi. > W W. WATSOS, I JAS. R. rot, I Editor. I B»«lne*a Manager. : riUNK DICKBOS. Solicitor and Collector Dicial Paper of North Tata ' Bat *«dw. t kDOW where Ke , n ttln Sew York. Me elections. Tv elections oa Tuesday in thirteen scales —Pennsylvania, New York, Ohio, lowa, Massachusetts, Wisconsin, Vir ginia, Kentucky, Kansas, Nebraska, Mic higan, South Dakota ami New Jersey— were full of surprises—and about an equal numberof defeats. The Democratic party el rims a very generous share of both of these. It is too early to philosophize much as to the direct cause of this cata clysm, but two or three reasons for it are apparent: Excuse one: It was «v oil" vesr, '.of course. Excuse two: The Democrats lacked a good many votes in several states. That always had a discouraging effect on the final count. Excuse three: A Democratic adminis tration with too many Republican office holders in It....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 9 November 1893

Mow Way (•■•*> Is. T*W*» lanky fellows fra* UsteMoTMk went las* tb* Agricultural building the other day through the principal entrance on the ea*s stele and Mopped a moment la the doorway, a* If bewildered by the mag nitude of the display before tbam. "Jerry," said the tallest, who seemed to be tho leader of tbe ;»rty. raotrrsjring him •elf aod speaking with Imaineealik* brisk Mas, job go down that aisle, on tb*) right. Hank, you take the one on the left. I'll take the nlddle al.le. aad we'll sM tbe whole blamed thing "—Chicago Tribune, LmU| HU (slam _ -Tmu. 1)1.111 i.lonment. The orang-outajig was doing every tiling but talk to the daligbt of the assembled hundred* It was) a hot evening in the show. Tbe laughing hyena was rather perfuno tory in bis merriment, finding compara tively little to appeal to his sense of tbe ridiculous. Tbe boa constrictor sighed deeply. His peculiar fl«iire enabled hip) to do so very readily. For the fifty-seTentb time the Infant phe nomenon had been ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 9 November 1893

'nC°l'"l<'lT '&93 BY AMEHrt*N PHESS ASSN. ( . ——a»^ Aa tome time mast elapse before he could expect a reply, he inquired the way to the office of Lawyer Birchett. It waa on the main and indeed only street of Ellenville, and he found it without diffi culty, a small, dingy place, known to •very person who had ever spent a few hours In the town. Although the even ing was well along, and he supposed the old gentleman was at home with his ' family, he was pleased to find him with in and alone busy over some legal papers. Mr. Manson did not deem it best to present himself to the old man in the - character of a detective, though he came near doing so when he stated that he was an officer from New York, who, be ing in the neighborhood and hearing of the robbery of the lato Miss Livermore, had called to learn whether he could be of any help in tracing the criminals. - Mr. Dirchntt scanned him closely over the top, of his spectacles before he made I • deliberate, answer: "I certainly w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 9 November 1893

GATHERED ABODF HOME Personal, Social and Business Events Locally Important. ROTES FROI THE MADDING THRONG. A «.ri. ml <.»..i p . mi. of fact nt Faacr, lii'in'iin la iiiir 111.. Drlf ol I'apnlar tprru Iv lion anil >raillrm> l.mrrnll) N. 11. l.illie went to Tacnina on Thurs day last. Ira Pearsall, of Puyallup,- wu lb the city on Saturday. Remember the Methodist art loan on the -Met and J.M of this month. H. A. Orilßn bagged eight ducks on the river below town on Monday evening. I. W. and Glen Dudley, of Kennewick, were in the city during the l-i-t of the week. <««). O. Morris, advance agent of the Katie Putnam company, was here on Sat urday. Deputy Marshal A. 11. Maguire left to day fur a brief business visit on the Sound. Win. P. l'-ird, traveling auditor of tlie Northern Tacit'ic, was in the city on Friday. Peter Belles, mine host of The Yakima, left on Sunday for a few days' sojourn on the s.nui.i VV. K. Shearer, lately of Goldendale, is in the city and will probably lo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 9 November 1893

POIiTHI MASSES |nU4 UTontUn Eelttlng to W Cumt Efints. RfTICIL, EBUCIOOS AHD 6EIERAL. I C*a<nn4 W»w» rrsm ik« ■arry ■ msjf W«rl4 Akaat I'l rrr>arr< l«r I TMtt Wit H»m* As Tkay Ran nisc«llasi»*a« !<lall»r. K.isf Ni th.—Mr. George Kuedy lias on exhibition in tbe window of tbe store room north of tbe Gatett* office, the brancbM and leave* of a number of nut tree* rmiMd by him in his hill nursery. The varieties shown are tbe shell-bark hickory, thick shell-bark hickory, Peru vian, English and Japanese walnut, Jap anese chestnut, hardshell almond, black walnut, Russian almond, American hazel nut and Engitah Slbert. He also shows a few samples of the (rait of the English walnut, which he regards as the most • certain of successful growth in the Pa louse. The display has attracted a great deal of attention, and it is hoped has sug gested tbe truth and force of Mr. Rnedy's constant sermon to intending trait growers, to leave the planting of trees whose fruits do not develop to t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 16 November 1893

lOL. V. I PROFESSIONAL CARDS. HN A. BROWN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, ntahllshn! ■ law nfflrc 111 the Ksh<>tman ling. Will itrrcttrp In ail rouru of the state. J. SNIVKI.Y, ATTORNEY AT LAW. "Office over Yakima National Bank, North ma. Will practice in all tha i-ourtsnf the and C. 8. land offices. EAVIS A MILROY, I'■ » "*»» I a. a. aiLtoY ATTORNEYS AT LAW. •"Will practice In all Courtu ot the State, ■ial attention given to all I. H. land office men. North Yakima, Wa«h .. jokh, a. t. viwiik, )NES A NEWMAN, I ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Boms 4A 5 over First National Bank. ■i'MITsilN ,v I'AHKKK- «dwd whiwoh ■ > ( rut ruin ■ attorneys at law. lr>Office In Flrat National Bank Bnlldluf. I O. MORFORD, ■^ATTORNEY AT LAW. ■ i'iicn In alt Courts In the State. Especial union to Collections. Ofßce h|i stain. Yak- I National Bank Building. J M. VANCE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. »fflce over Flint National Batik. Bpccfal at ti<m given to Land Office buMnen». •RED MILLER, ATTORNEY AT LAW. OrrilK WITH 11. J. PNIVIL...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 16 November 1893

IB YAKIMA HERALD. «■ llirKO EVBKV THI MMDA » . 12.00 PER aNTOM. Of ADVANCE. linrtWtC lain l>i Aitliratwi. W W W A TOOK, I JAB. R COX, Editor. I ButlneM Manifer. Olcial Paper of North Yatlma. VICTORY IN DISOVISE. That victory often advances in the guise of defeat la clearly demonstrable in the political history of every considerable niton on earth. If smi'cpm be desired only (or momen tary profit or pleasure without regard !■ t its ultimate effect upon the body politic, It may be set down without hesitation that the motive behind the effort to attain it is impure and unsafe. Tbe impulse that actuates tbe leaden in such a move ment is mercenary, and in a greater or less degree, dangerous to the liberty of those who** Interests it reaches with its liauy hand of greed (or pelf and power. Its touch is poisonous, the effect lasting ami 111* results oftentimes incurably hurt f.l. From expressions already in circulation throughout the land there is reason to lwlieve that Democracy has en...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 16 November 1893

GATHERED ABODF HOME Personal, Social and Bnslness Events Locally Important. NOTES FROM THE MADDING THRONG. A Urli of i.»»ii>. Blla at Im and I mn I , 'Iniininili 111 Itl if I Hi . Drll •! Popular *»erulalian and N.WSltCm* t.rnrrKllf Locked in a Bark.—Two farmers of more or less prominence in the valley have been engaged in personal conflict for some time. Tl>o difficulty has on one or two occasions risen to the degree of personal encounter. Among the numer ous things over which angry dispute* had arisen nan a misunderstanding about the ownership of a team. Mr. 1., poetess ad it. Mr. 11. claimed it. 11. refused to give it up. 11. was determined to have it. B. was absent one day laat week and 11., aware of the fact, went to Mrs. B. and told her that he had conic for the team. The door was locked and the faithful wife refused to open it. II . therefore, was driven to the necessity of opening the door forcibly. Mrs. If., who had followed the irate neiuhbor to the barn, seeing her ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 16 November 1893

FOR THE KLASSES loteratiß* WoraiUoß lelttiß* to Cimit Brats. POLITICAL, RELIGIOOS AMD GENERAL. rmutrmtr* >fw« I>•■« ih, Uorry. '"■ *••«■•* *•>•■! I •- Prri.rr. l.r Tk«M* »M R»l A. Tk, r ■■■_ niscellaaroa. -|| a t lpr . What Ibrkiatiom U Dowo.—Traveling men say tbe country through Yakima and Sunnyside is going through tome wonderful cbaogM. In fact, an infant boom, bat a good one for them bard times, has fairly etarted. Big irrigating oanala traverse the country in every di rection. and the one time barren waatei ■re being reclaimed and planted to grain and frnita. The arid districts of tbia ttaU. heretofore considered worthleaa and (It only for tbe abode of lizards and horned toads, by a system of irrigation will blossom into one of the most prosper on* and wealthy districts in tbe entire northwest. In Yakima and Franklin counties, hops, tobacco, peanuts, the del icate fruits and tbe hardier varieties, veg etables of every kind and grain thrive wonderfully. The Hone Heaven ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 23 November 1893

VOL. v. PROFESSIONAL CAKVS. JOHN A. MIOWN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Ila«r-t«t»li»'in| a law offlre in tbe Kahelman bulMHix. « .11 Mn U' •• lv ell courts ut ttieslate J| J. KNIVKI.Y, ATTORNEY AT LAW. #t*^i)llri' nvrr Yakima N'atlmial Dank, North Vaiilma. will prartMs in all t lie 'uuruot tbr Jtnto RM'I D, S. ,Un 1 nieces. UKAVIS A MM.HOY, i' «■•«»>•'» Int. hii.kuv ATTORNEYS AT LAW. /**/-« 111 nrmtln- in til OMNIi •>• the State. ><r*<'liil attention civ en to all U. I, lami u'l»r busine**. North Yakima. Wash. w. 1.. MtHMb i «• >t«»i». TONES A NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooms 4 A r> over First National Bank yy hitson a PARKER j p; 1™,";;,™" ATTORNEYS AT LAW. CaF-OITIr-e In Firm Nalinual Dank Bnlldinf. g O. MORFORD, ATTORNEY AT LAW. I'm. tn ■••< Id all Courts in the State. KsiH'ilal atteutiou to Collections, office up stairs. Yak ima Natloual I'.niik XulUllng. 'Y> t M. VANCE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Offlfe over Kirn National nank. Sperial at tention given to Lmikl Office busi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 23 November 1893

r YAKIMA HERALD. " iimi ingf mvmif. tin rat aknum, in advance. linrtMac fate Oyw lpflitatNi. W. W. WATCOW, I JAi. R COB, Mltor I Bulwn Vmutn Official Paper tf North Yalima. A WORD EDITORIALLY. We ought to apologize to oar couatry Mid distant readers lor covering ao much »p»ce this week with opinions of reput able and esteemed baalneaa men coocern ing the effort to job oar lair city with the reorganization trick; bat the matter haa become a subject of peat importance to every taxpayer in the citr and indirectly in the county, and Tin Hkralu is com pelled to reepert ita duty to a class co large and worthy. Should the jobbers win, the city, through the medium of everr man or woman who owns a dol lar's worth of taxable property in it, would pay dearly for ita negligence. In all conscience and justice, the tax for 1893 is high enough. Why should any man. in these hard times, increase hi* eipenae unless then ia at least an ulti mate profit in tbe outlay? Who among tbe reorganisers can giv...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 23 November 1893

GATHERED ABODF HOME Personal, Social aid Bnslness Events Locally Important. ROTES FROM THE MADDING THRONG. A Urla at i.c.ip. mils «l fa. « mid I itnr) , 'loi .m. nl« In \rl\ r I 11. , Prll af Pnpular *pt-r Hintia» and lltWI I |. lll« C.rlli r.• II 1 . Allen C. Mason waa in the city on Fri day laat. The superior MM will convene in this city on December 4. State Treasurer < (rimes was a visitor in the city on Monday. A. K. L'irsou returned (,ii Monday from an extended eastern tour. A masquerade ball will bo given on the 21)!h mi the opera house by Maricary A Miller. There will be n Thanksgiving service at tic 1 Ahtnnum church ut 11 a. in. on the 30th. Henry Kroher, proprietor of the Ray mond hotel in r.-n••l'lin. was in the city yesterday. Capt. E-chelniun authorizes us to an nounce that Company X Mill not drill on Tuesday evening next. Geo. S. Vance returned yesterday from s visit ii ii-: r-.t-t■ m friends, lie reports having had a most enjiyable. tune. Justice S. (.'. Ilentnn has...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 23 November 1893

iiIAL CiTECBISM. fit iflfloeK* Tbtt Goreros Id tht Ittrimoßlil Lotterj. PROGRESS MADE BT GRADUATION ■'>'«'» Occ«tl«r.«ll, InlMlrrra Ullk Ilntb.M.'. ll.mr I ..».»,. KiMtCfCln. Baft .n. ronn.hi. »!«■€■• (•m>airl. Ou rou sea the man? I dn see the man. lftelt with blm? '' id his wife. He is married? Y>. Uipplly? A veragc How fc tat? Vii 11, sometime* be is glad he is mar iii.l, Mini sometimes he wishes he wasn't. An all husbards^o? Most of tbem. Always? i'li. no; the first year nevpr, and tb«n, agnin, wben they are quite old. Why in the first year? Novelty. And latterly? No use worrying the few remaining yearn. Taking it big and Urge, however, they rather fitter the married state, don't they? Yes. Why cais-t they make it happy all the time? tfrnetiqeg tney ( | on . t care to; their wives wqd't | e t ihpm sometimes and, be sides, ttiarj't human nature to be happy «HH>e;ime. be,' would have been unhappy as 'i>iors? Vkitrtßinly. man doesn't seem to be very at- to hii wife? W...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 30 November 1893

VOL. V. PROFK.sSIOSAL CAKDS. JOHN A. BROWN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Ha»e«tn!'H«ht-1 a lnw offlre In thr F.nhrlman liuliMiiu Will t.rn -tire 111 all iimrti of thrxale T.I J. SNIVKI.Y, ATTORNEY AT LAW. f»iilliT m Vnklmn National Bank, North Yak I ins Will i>rm t!<■•■ In all tba fonrUof th* -tUtCIIUcI f X. lIUI.I "III.," IJEAVIS A MILROY. |**~~ ATTORNEYS AT LAW. /ar-«i!i prartler In all f'mirts of the Btale. -|..-i Ihl attention Klven to all I. B. laud offlc* business. Nortb Vaklma, Watli. W. L. JOHXK, J If. *■****, TOMM * NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooms 4 A I over Kimt National Bank W HITSON *M"o»( S?-KT ATTORNEYS AT LAW. f^nfliir iv Pint National Bank Building. <S O. MORFORP, - ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practice! In all Courts In the Rtate. Kwrial attention to ( olle"tluiw. Office tip stairs. ak ima National Baik Hull.line ry< M. VANCK, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Offlre over First National Bauk. Special at tentlou kU.'h to Laud Olllee biiMness. XTRED MH-LER, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Orrut with n. 3. ttmLt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 30 November 1893

FfAKIMA HERALD. fMfjns> mrmmt thubsbat. •i.oo ran Amnm. w advance. lira-fan late CyM .ftbeatie.. w W. WATBO*. I M* R. COS. Bdltor. I Baaioata Maiiacer. Olcial Paper if M Yatima. EXTRA BEBBION TALK. It is doubt lea* the intention of Gov ernor McUraw to convene the legislature nl Wwbington in extra session in the not distant future. The reason for entailing needless expense upon the state is more to satisfy personal political ambition tban to benefit the whole people. The two pet schemer which the governor will seek to promote by this action are to have himself elevated to the seat to which he recently appointed ex-Senator Allen and secure the passage of the measure placing the police department of oar Bret-class cities directly under the supervision of the state executive. The last legislature struggled with the senatorial question until It was adjourned by operation of law, failing to fleet either Mr. Allen or his successor, while the police bill was kept in the background, lest ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 30 November 1893

GATHERED ABOUT HOME Personal, Social and Business Erects Locally Important. NOTES FROM THE IADDIHG THRONG. * lirlit at «.o«»i|>. Bits •• l«.i and raster, 'Inimmu In »< II i.• Ill', Drill •! i'«i|iniitr >i' "i»» aad N«OTI IICBIS l.riirr«ll| . United Mates MarshalJamesC. Drake, ulio returned a few days ago from Kast ern Washington, where he has been in attendance at the xewions of the United States court at Spokane and Walla Walla, finds very little crime throughout the state. There is only the average number of prisoner»)in the different penitentiaries. There are about 3) prisoners at McNeil's Island, 30 at Walla Walla, 38 at Yakima and several scattered about tbe state in various jails. "We are having no tr -able with our prisoners," s id Marshal Drake to a representative of the Tacoma News. "The men we have in the pritons are chirgedwith various crimes. Some are in for smuggling, some for counterfeiting, others fur mail robberies, and more for selling liquor to Indians. Th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 30 November 1893

■nroUAp rdby H By J. & BETHuTE I (Copyright. ISSJ, by ABMfteaa Fna AthttU H CHAPTKR rv. ■ -i bki rua.T a dajuuck trrsmT." •Ofc— ah— efc, doctor, cmi you o t, e m « something quick, before I diet' In nothing did Folsom Simpson show bis wonderful readiness more markedly than in bis action on finding himself alone in the office of Dr. Maidhoff The most that be had hoped for on his way thither was the opportunity of • look at the interior and of making the acquaint ance of the physician. In a general way he intended to play tbe part of a patient of his as long as it could be made to serve his purpose, bat here be was with the chance which be bad not looked for un der a week at the least. Springing lightly to his feet, be first tnado for the drawers, numbering abont a doxen. beneath tbe cases in which the physician kept his jars, bottles and va rious compounds. He drew out one after the Other, bestowing only a momentary glance on each. They were half filled with what might be classif...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 7 December 1893

VOL. v. ■MWIMWMU CARDS. JOHN A. BROWN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, lln-.■•t»ii)«'M-il a law ttftlre fti the K*hrlman hnlldtux. Will urntltv iv all ninrti ol lhr»tate, JI J. SNIVEI.Y, ATTORNKY AT LAW. jr^T-' Mi- <■ over Vakltna Satioual Hank, North Vallum Will |>ra>iiif In all tlMrnnrtaol th« •me an<) I. >*. land offlcn. |»KAVIS*MILROY. J-.VV.tII.V ATTORNEYS AT LAW. *y»r-«lll MfttM in all CourU ol (he mate. wpeilnl aitcntlon rhi'ii to all U, 8. land offlra bll»ll North Vnkima, Wa«h. IIITSON i PAKKKRj JJ,'™,."""™'' ATTORNEYS AT LAW. fVOfflre In Flrit Satioual Bank BulMlug. <^ O. MORKOKH, ATTORNEY AT LAW. PfaMSSM In all 00*1*1 I" the Mat*. K>pecial attention to CoUei'tlom. Office np atttn, Yak inia National Bank Hulldlne | ] y M. VANCE, x ATTORNEY AT LAW. " Olßoe over Kirnt Nutlonal Bauk. Special at tcutlou given to Land uitic .■ huliiena. I^REI) MILLER, ATTORNEY AT LAW. orri< k with II J. hmv«lv. liiM Stair. Und Olfirt Prartirr a Specialty. JRA M. KRUT/, ATTORNEY AT LAW, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 7 December 1893

1' HhRALD. /■Can BTBsIT TBDMBAY. 4 PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. „ / MwfUs« Ist* Opw siilntiw. Official Paper of lift Yatiia. KMPERORS LATEST SPEECH. On November 18 the reichttag was opened by Emperor William in person. In bis speech from tha throne be ex pressed the "imperial" thank* to the member* of the reichstag for their "co operation in developing the army institu tions which, in tbe interest of the security of the empire, had become necessary." Th- speech was concluded by expressing the nope that, with Gods aid, the bless ings of peace would be preserved in Ger rasny. Recent developments In tbe attitude of the French republic towards tbe emperor and his empire would not saem to justify tbe kaiser's bop* of peace, bat when his desires for peace are construed in connec tion with some of his other utterances before tbe reichatag, tbe world is led to 1 believe that tbe German sky is bathed in the sunshine of peace and bis empire's foreign relations are unchanged. He say* that ''Germany'...

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