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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 31 May 1894

PITHY LOCAL POINTERS 1 Yakima as It Is Seen by The Heralds Üblq.ltons Paraftnpbers. RjpORS OF MORE lEWSPiPERS. •rata al OH l-iniirrra Ih. Wheeler Irrlg-llnn I'lnaa • Surcraa - A male I »»r. Miss Jessie Bsiley returned on Sunday" from Portland. Miss Ada Kmir.eraon left on Tuesday for a viait to Goldendale. Merchants report buainesa as showing ; visible signs of improvement. Fred Latupnce and Chester Walton are j home f ro.iffeattle. where they have been in attendance upon the atate university. Mary I'matilla, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Geddis, of Kllensburgh, died in that city on the 24th inst. after a long illness. Mr. Whitson states that the power house will soon by brightened by paint and that the grounds will Ik msde attrac tive to theaightseer. J. E. Mulligan made his appearance on the street Monday after a long siege with fever. He dropped forty pounds from hia erstwhile vigorous frame. Subscriliers who are a long waya in ar rears must either pay up or tbeir names will be d...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 31 May 1894

TUB FARII'S WORLD Mitt if Partial.. Interest to Coltl fitors ot tho Soil. U OBJECT LESSOI II SPRAYING A Chat an aprlaa Batter 'laklni. iMlal Haaaekald Minis ro-ltry -mtm* — miarellanra-i riorllr.il taral ■ teas a. American Agricultural: Ths codlin moth renders one-third ot tbe spple crop unfit lor market. The wormy apples are worth bat little mors than tbe cost of harvesting lor feeding purposes, snd s good desl of time is wasted in sorting tbem out of those thst sre fit to barrel. Tbe buyer disparages the fruit and tries to buy it cheaper oo account of tbeir presence, although he doea not in tend to allow one of them to go into the barrel. Why bsve tbem st all, when it is ao essy to prevent their ravages snd the process of accomplishing is so simple? Poison tbe worm before it enters the ap ple, which is done by placing Paris green on its food. If ths poison is washed off by rain before ths worms hatch out it must be replaced. The apples point up ward until after the blossoms fall, ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 7 June 1894

VOL. VI. PROFESSIOy.IL CARPS. w. L. joses, j. a. itssii, JONKS A NKWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First National Hank, North Vaklma, Wash T 8. HOWI.KTT, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Land Office bnslnesa a specialty. For seven yeara In I'nlted states tjtnd Office, having been both Register and Receiver. IT J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. JQ^-office over Yakima National Rank, North Vaklma. Will practice In all tba court! ol the state and 11. E Irtd offices. HEAVIP A MILROY, j' s. mavis I S. B. .11.R..Y ATTORNEYS AT LAW. fmas-viiu practice In all Coarta ol the state. special attention given to all IT. 8. land office builnesa. North Yakima. Waah. VVHITSONAPAKKER! "™» whitso- VV 1 raso rassss ATTORNEYS AT LAW. -VOflrt In First National Bank Building, jj^ O. MORFORD, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practices In all Courts In the State. Eapeclal attention to Collections, office up stairs. Yak- Ima National Rank Building. T. H. vases. Isa r. snu.shast. yANCE 4 ENGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office. Metrncr Mock. Yakima Aye....

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 7 June 1894

fHE YAKIMA HERALD. «. M. BUtD, EDITOR AND -TASAO-R. rabllshed e-*ry Thnraday: nbacrlptloa 12 00 ft T**r In aili anr. Ail remain* rates npo— application. OfflClal. PAPER OF NO„Ttl YAKIMA THURSDAY, J USE 7, 1991 WHAT NEXTt There would seem to be some attractive or cohesive power about mislortuoe and disaster. Some kind of devilish, intelli gSit iwpnlse by which one calamity fol lows another to fasten oo the throat of the victim. The "unhappy master," of whom Toe sang, and "whom unmerciful disaster followed fast and followed faster," is one whom we have all known. As in the Indivi lual, ao In the general, when a community orn_!!_n begins to suffer, un numbered evil things seem to tumble over each other io Iheir savage delight to fasten their faigs on the prey, though they know they can only rend and hurt, not kill. We are being subjected to thia worrying process st present. First comes political reversal and con fusion. This was a misfortune especially to the democrats. It was due to d...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 7 June 1894

PARAGRAPHIC PICKINGS. The Flotsam and Jetsam of Local Events Collected Under a General Heading. •Mill OCCURRENCES DP TO DATE. Tke twparlarlal Sears-k ■ Igkl Tkrawn Oyer Ike « i<i and lar. ...inrtlna tuißlri Ikarl Talks ti.nni l'aararll a»- netgkkara. Born, Sunday, June 3, to the wife of Peter Walen, a son. Miss Marie Greene will leave io a few daya for Portland, to spend the summer. Mrs. O. P. Mason, mother of Mrs. B. P. Watson, returned lo Portland on Monday. Henry W. Newby, epecisl agent of the interior department, returned from Olym pia Wednesday. m The first shipment of Yakima straw berries was made nn Tuesday. They were lulled to Roslyn and Ellensburgh. David Guilland, W., left on Tucedav morning for Hot Springs, where he will endeavor to regain his lost health and vigor. Dr. Heg returned from Prosser Wednea day aud says that the bridge at tbat point is so shaky ttiat none but footmen are permitted to cross. Attorney 11. G. Rowland, of Puyallup, was a guest of The Yakima for...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 7 June 1894

MACABLAY'S PROPHECY Will Tien Be v Uprising of the Poor tnd Hoagry Against the Rich ? WILL THIS CODITRT BE LAID WASTE? 1* Oar Caiaatttwilai* All tall aa# >• Aachar, at* D* w. noa* a Ha. * ****** Mr Canar ta aolm* th. Betas ' af **T«raa»t T In the year 1858 Henry B. Randall, of New York, pnblighed • "Life of Thomas Jeffereon." I waa an elaborate work by an enthusiastic admirer of the apostle of American democracy. The difficulties of the country bad not yet begun, and from the standpoint of American optimism conld not be foreseen. Mr. Randall sent his volumes to Macanlay, then the great est man of letter* in the English speak ing world, accompanying them with a modest note which bet poke for tbem the great author't consideration or attention. Macanlay replied in a letter which, though a kindly one, was so earnest, so striking, ao startlingly prophetic, that Randall aye it ont for publication. It it a letter that has ever possessed a painful fascination for Americana who study his ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 14 June 1894

VOL. VI. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. w. l. justs. J. a. -*W_lK, TONES A NEWMAN. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First National Hank. North Yakima. Waah. T S. HOWI.KTT, ATTORNEY AT LAW. I*nd Offire ttu.liiess a specialty. For seven Year. In rnltcri Mates l-mil Office, bavin* been hoth Hegtitet and Kceeivcr. If J. K.NIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. STSp-orare over Vaklma National Bank. North Vaklma. Will practice in all th. conrUof the State and I. «. laud office!. IJEAVIK A MILROY, |J. a. saavis IV 111 ■limy ATTORNEYS AT LAW. fSX—v, ill practice lv all Courts of the Htate. Ppsrlal attention Riven to all I*. 8. land office business. North Yakima, Waah. WHITSON A PAKKEK! «'""> whitso i mm raaaaa ATTORNEYS AT LAW. aVOfftce in First National Bank Building. U O. MORFORD, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Tractices in all fonrts In the Htate. Especial attention to Collections. Ofllee np stairs. Yak- I ma National Bank Building. T. H. vaNti. taa r. -xn.aH.ar. - yANCE A ENGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. office. Mstsger Mock, Yakima Ay...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 14 June 1894

THE YAKIMA HERALD. «. af. MW. IDiTOR AND MANAGER. Pse-lUbed every Thnra-ay; aabeerlntion 1.00 per roar In an* vanoe Ait vert lain* rates apon application. OFFICIAL PAPXE OF NOBTH YAKIMA. THURSDAY, JUNE Li, 1994. BANK POLITICS. It 1* always an evidence of tbe proper ••lection of men to ace party politics ig nored in city election*, but it ia a doubt ful improvement to have two national bank* take tha place* of the political par tita, aa waa tbe caa* in thi* week* •truggto over tha achool board place*. Good nam wtre elected. There i* neither doubt nor cause for complaint on that •core; but, had it happened that men not ao good had been pushed by the *uc ceaafnl bank faction, they would have been elected joat the lame. Of course the bank* have nothing to do a* bank*, with the •chootoor •chool board*. Every body know* that It ia tbt miafortnne of tba community tbat tbe •chool-board election la uted a* a sort of preliminary acoring to teat tome ambitioua man's ability to put hia county i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 14 June 1894

PARAGRAPHIC PICKINGS. Tha Flotsam md Jetsam of Loci! E.ents Collected Under a General Reading. *TiC!MA OCCURRENCES DP TO DATE The Rcaarlarlal near, h i la.hi Throsa ■> Over Ihe < I■ > ana lv,. rn.M.dlns lounlr) Short Talk* Aa.at l.ar.elf aa* Nelakkars. Rev. J. T. Eshelman, of Tacoma, ia in the city. Mrs. Vestsl Snyder arrived in tbis city Monday from Cheney. Dr. W. 11. Hare made a brief visit to Ellensburgh this week. Mrs. Vestal Snyder arrived from Sprague ou Tuesday's train. Fred R. Heed returned Wednesday from a business trip to Tacoiaa. Miss Ditter returned on Tuesday from a visit with friends in Ellensburgh. Prosecuting Attorney E. E. Wager, of Ellensburgh, waa a Yakima visitor this week. The Yakima Musical society now meets at the Christian church every Tuesdsy evening. B. Scstchard, the landlord of the Riverside hotel, Prosser, spent Mondsy and Tuesday in thia city. Thomas Helling, former clerk on the reservation, passed through Yakima Tuesday on his return from the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 14 June 1894

MEDICINE MAN'S SUCCESS How the Indian Doctors Drive Out the Spirit of Disease by Hassage. A STRANGE SCENE IN THE YAKIMA HOP FIELDS. Curing a Sick Kloofchman-The Indians Imitate Their Boston Breth ren and Oo on a Strike—Unsuccessful Eloquence of a Ranch Superintendent—How "So-Happy" Secured an In crease of Price for His Pickers. Written far Tns Hssalo by William Ker. Tlie long, delicious Yakime fall bad come. The sky was without a cloud. The gently-moving, sweetly-scented air was a benisoo. The anxieties snd diffi culties of the season were sll forgot, ss orchard and hot-yard yielded their red nnd golden fruitage. The day's work over, I wss lying 00 the porch. Oood digestion had waited on appetite, and the seductive influence of an excellent cigar cempleted and rounded off a condition of luxurious esse snd comfort. The cattle were resting in the pastures. Far off, beyond the wide sweep of plain and river, the evening mist rolled in through the Union lisp, like a fleecy tor rent, the ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 21 June 1894

VOL. VI. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. w. a, joust, j. a. s-iwsus-, JONEB A NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First National Bank. North Yakima. Wash I R. HOWLETT, ATTORNEY AT LAW. lAnd Offirp hnslnesa a specialty- For seven tmdi In ruM.-tl state's iiml office, liavlnn been both Register.*..ni Receiver. U J. BNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. SXg-tl—ee over Yakima National Rank, North Yallma, Will practice In til the court, of the Htate and v H. land ofneea. HEAVIS A MILROY, I'■ *■■ »«avis I a. a. milkoy ATTORNEYS AT LAW. afafT*^ HI rtrsctlce In all f'nnrta ol the Bute. Hpedal attentlou irlven to all 11. 8. land office bu,lues,. North Yakima. Wash. WHITSON A PARKER j «"» whitson V v I run raaaaa ATTORNEYS AT LAW. sTa*~D(nce in First National Bank Building, g O. MORFORD, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practlcei In all Courts in the State. Especial attention to Collection*. Office up stairs. Yak ima Nstlonsl Bsnk HlllldlllK. T. M. vanes. ia. r. HSKMUBK YANCE A ENGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office. Metwr bk. k, Yakima Aye...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 21 June 1894

THE YAKIMA HERALD. X. M. HtXD, KDITOR AMD MANAOER Fabltahad erery Tnnradar: subscription (I.o* par rear Is ad sane* Adrsrtiatnt rain apoa application. OmCIAL PAPIR OP NORTH YAKIMA. THURSDAY, JUNE tl, 1994. WHYLEYERQNE WASSUSPhCTED Frank LeVergne I* suspected of having killed "Tex" Bagwell. Tlie effort* ot tha coroner's jury aod of tbe Mate -officer* were directed towards locstinit the crime oo that Individual. Tbe duty nf a coro ner's jury ia to inquire into matters of tbis kind, aod It is not likely then that tbey would pick up any chance subject and try to place tbe crime at hie door. Aod if ao, why should they bit upon Le- Vergne, who, after tbe crime was com mitted, waa found only after diligent search? As early aa 9 o'clock the next morning it waa whispered around that LeVergne waa wanted, although prob ably not a hundred people in the city knew him or knew of him before Bag well waa murdered. Why waa tins? Let as look upon tbe facta. Tb* murdered man waa living with a woman wb...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 21 June 1894

MURDEREDATMIDNIGHT A Leaden ilissile Terminates the Ca reer of "Tex" Bajrv ell. rfa COWARDLY ASSASSIN IS STILL AT LARGE. The Community Oreatly Shocked by the Horrible Crime—Well Known Citizens of Tacoma Offer a Reward—Proceedings of the Inquest In Full—Rumors of the Career of Mrs. Bagwell—The Murderer's Red Hat. At about a quarter of one o'clock Mon day morning, June 18. the bullet of al cowardly assassin struck Nathan S. Bsg- 1 well in the bsck, and passed through his heart, killing him almost instantly. At 9 o'clock Friday morning all that was m«rtal of him passed in at the door ol the Christian church in an elegant snd costly rose wish I casket, richly mounted with silver, wbile on the lid beautiful flowers were entwined into the cross and crown. The assassin is still at liberty. The story of the crime can be briefly told. Peaceful and slumbering Yakima was ruddy awaked before the first hours of the new dsy had expired by the start ling report of a gun Those who heard it and were...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 21 June 1894

WORN AT THE ALTAR The Costly Wardrobes Found in Catholic Churches. SIGNIFICANCE OF THE VARIOUS GARMENTS USED Sometimes Tbey Cost Thousands of Dollars-Trie Cathedral Has Sets Both Costly and Beautiful—Robes that Costs from ttooo to $10,000. Emblazoned With Dia monds and Precious Stones. Tbs vestmenU worn by the priesU snd bishops of the Catholic church have a significance which Prostestsnts, except Episcopalians of the ritualistic sort, fsil to comprehend. Not understanding tbis, they ars inclined to sneer at the often gorgeous robes, ss doubtless did the Phil istines st tbe elaborate vestmenU of ths Jewish priests of old, from which tbs Cstholic costumes are derived. Not a single articls worn by tbe Catholic clergy when officiating at services of the church but has a sacred significance calculated to Inspire tbe wearer with the proper spirit in which to perform his different scclesiastical functions. Even the re moral of his ordinary attire by a priest i to don the simplest vestment...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 28 June 1894

VOL. VI. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. w. l. roats, i smsaiK, JONES A NEWMAN. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Orsr"First National Rank, North Yskims, Wash. j^ s. aowucrr, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Land Office hunlne** a specialty. For seven year* In lulled state* i ati'i Office, having been both Keglslerand Kcceiwr ]f # J. BNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. rm Office over Yakima National Bank, North Yakima. Will practice iv all the • otirt* id the - utt- and V. H. land offlcea. i |>EAVIS A MILROY, IJ » «*via It > a. B. MILROY ATTORNEYS AT LAW. fX9—Villi practice In all Conrts ol th* State, apci-ial attention riven to all tt. 8. i,ud office tiuslneaa. North Ysklma. Wash. WHITSON A PARKER) "'""> "hitsom 1 rssu rassss ATTORNEYS AT LAW. ,***•» Offlre In First National Bank Building, g^ 0. MORFORD, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practices In all Courts In the State. Especial attention to Collections. Office up stairs. Ysk lma National lisnk Rulldlns. T. at. ViMCS. IRS P. (KOLCHAST. yANCE A ENULEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office. Mctrecr...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 28 June 1894

THE YAKIMA HERALD. E. at. XXXD. KDTTOB AKD atANAOER. PabHahed avery Tkaasaar* subscription woo. par rear In advasaa Advertising rates upon application. omciAt. PAPEB OP XOatTH YAKIMA. THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1994. POPULISTIC BACKING. One of tbe popollet orators, (and every mother's eon of them ia an orator), who haa been spouting forth bis embryonic ideaa of government during the conven tion, aeaerta tbat the bone and sinew of the new party ia builded from the ranks of tke farmer It la to be hoped that ihia will not prove true; and there ia every reason why it ahould not. The farmer, that le. tbe working, and intelligent farmer, la during these times of stress and hardahip in better condition than any other claaa of people. Where others msy Buffer, he ia in comfort. If business houses are shaky and fall, he is safe, for backed by a growing crop hia credit ia above that of all others. There are many farmera in thla valley who are rapidly accumulating wealth, while tbia can scarcely be sai...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 28 June 1894

PARAGRAPHIC PICKINGS. Tbe Flotsam md Jetsam of Local Events Collected Under a General Heading. *AKiMA OCCURRENCES DP TO DATE Tb* Reaarlarlal *>ar<k ■ lajkl I l.rosa i. in . r tl.r 111, an* Bur. issaSls* lasslri U.n Talks tkaut 1 aarscll and >. Igl.hora. B*nj Bu*h, of the N. P. Coal Co.. Ros lyn, i* in tha city tbis week. Wm. Lanlgsn, of Cle-Klum, ws* visit ing friends in the city on Tuesday. Mr. A. K. Hiscock is in the city from Tacoma, for a visit of a (ew day*. - Born, on Monday, morning, June 25, to the wile ol /,enn« Bolton, a daughter. E. H. Libby, of The Republic, returned from a visit to Spokane on Tuesdsy morn ing. (ieorge S. Smith, of the Evens-Smith Irrigation Co., is a visitor iv Kent this week. T. Oa O'Connor, tbe Ellensburgh Sest tie commission merchant, was a guest of friends, over Suudsy, in Yskima. Charles Ko»ter returned early in the week from Ihh umi in l'uyallup with the wife and baby, both of whom will shortly come again to Yakima to reside. Cspcain 0. M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 28 June 1894

FBOI THE BOP FEDS Utut Information Regarding Local Yards ud til PnsptcttTe Yield. TIB HERALD'S ESTIMATES HOLD GOOD It.aart. Iran Varl.ua amies al lis. I alia* Mates aal rreaa The Hrrala*. Eagll.h I arrnpaa<>nl>. »• lkas|f Ist Pr Ire. lar Ihe Be I ler. Recent weather in Yakima haa not been favorable for hope. Many growers report that tbeir yards are looking poorly aa compared with last year, and on Saturday Dan Sinclair aaid that more damage had been done to bis yard daring the preced ing week than resulted from the violent storms ol the first of the month. On the other hand aome yards could not well •bow greater promise aod a hop dealer informed The Hebai.d representative that be waa willing to back hia judgment tbat A. B. Weed's big yard would go 2500 pounds to the acre. In Parker Bottom and lover down, Captain Dunn aays, the yards are showing great thrift and growers are tn "high leather" over tbe prospective yield. There were a few yards on the bottom lands that were som...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 5 July 1894

VOL. VI. PROFESSIOX.4L CARDS. w. t. joats. j a msi,-, TONES A NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First Vatloual Bank. North Yakima, Wash. J^ 8. HOW LETT, ATTORNEY AT LAW. I sn.l Office business a specialty. For seven rears In United mates I and office, lis. Ins been help Register and Receiver. ]J J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. gm office over Vakima National Rank, North Vakima. Will practice In all the courts of the slate and 0. a. land offices. KEAVIS A MILROY, I- « »«avis . a. s. MiLaoY ATTORNEYS AT LAW. _TaS_s*--win its. in , In all ronrts nl tbe State special attention given to all 11. 8. land office business. North Yakima. Wash. WHITSON A PARKER' "nwt, whitsok II I run. ruin ATTORNEYS AT LAW. C_P**Offlce In First National Bank Building. <j| O. MORFORD, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practices in all Cnnru In tbe State. Especial attention to Collections, office np stairs. Yak ima National Bank Building. T. St. VASGB, DM r. iKcLtiisar. yANCE A ESGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. office, Misuser block, Ya...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 5 July 1894

THE YAKIMA HERALD. »■ M. RHD, EDITOR AMP MANAGER PabHshed arsry TTinrsdar. snt.scrirti.-n S3OO per year In advene**. Adrartlsln* rales upon application. OFFICIAL PAPIR OF NORTH YAKIMA. THURSDAY, JULY S, 1194. THB STRIKE AND STRIKERS. Bret Hart* asks, "I* the Caucasian played oatT" and we are driven at thia time to echo his question. Is this repub lic able to govern itself?' We are con fronted with a condition of things which seem* to show that a large number of well organised laboring men can tie up the bualoeaa of th* country and cause loss, starvation and damage which are incal culable; prohibit the carryiug on of a most important part of the government's work, and prevent by intimidation or vio lence tboee citixen* from working who are willing to work. The whole machinery of every-day life of tbe nation Is paralyzed, and why? It 1* because one company will not accept th* acale of wages fixed by the labor organization and declines to arbitrate tbe question. Tlie compiny aays the p...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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