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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 23 January 1896

The Yakima Herald. VOL, VIII. BIG REDUCTION SALE! * <- We are preparing to Inattifnrah' be bluxeit Redrrtion Sale we have i-ver hail since we have been in bHSicess. We must do it, (or we have a big stork of new goods rum I lift which must find place on our shelves. Tbi« sale will ronie off on Friday and Saturday, Jan. 24-25 and will imludeevery article in the house In the line of Boots and Shew*. Rubber (looda, Etc. Do not miss this sale, yoa will save good money by atteuiltiiK It. Ashcraft <fe Kinsey PROFESSIONAL CARDS. J^EAVIS A ENGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. X...mi- 7 Mini 8, swnnil floor, Pint National llniik l.inl.lniK. g 0 HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Fr«rtlci." In Federal and all State Court*. OAcc over Yaklraa National Bank. H HAKE, DENTIST. Office over Foate(lic-e. Yakima avenue, North Yakima. J.J J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. #SF~' in..■!■ iivit Yakima National Bank, North YkUiuih Will prartlce In all th«rourtio> tbe ritate and i. H. land offices. W. L. JONES. J.H.NKWMAK...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 23 January 1896

i>;AT ■. . M.OOOnnoiilv, uou $S OO «■ O Ov< r< o;il*, now . »OO BNMi«w*Wfcpr, $i •• nnnnTiT Tin on ('>«hm prgiiun, s» LL m UU IV CJC-^ now • 300 S'il OiTicoats, MW • l.» OO r,rr,.,N „r,n , i m uUrrill UflUO. JUnS Ov«-rgoauw, . . . llall Vviw. *£E35S£r mm HIE VAKI3IA HERALD. 1 E. M REED. EDITOR ANJ> UIMB Pabll»hfil every Thnr».i»y: mih«irlptinn 11.00 l*r>e«r in sdTaso*. Advertltlng raid upon appllratioD. THURSDAY, JAMAUV if, IS9S. I'ECRYiw; on: .imm stages. There is no better evidence of tbe sn perinrity of our state as a place offering inducement* for further settlement than the fact that the points to the far eaat maril are already bagtnlag to decry as. Any disgruntled individual who ran writ* tiii.lß it pk-v to pet liia complainings printed in an eastern p:ip»T. Some one who eiiriw li"in—- ii A. II Koberts and writes from Tacomn. |Mi a dig at Yaki ma cmintv nitli « Michiirnn paper. Why be rimW select Yakima for liin abase is hard to fMM»' mlsh it may be that oar ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 23 January 1896

#TP> t • • DISSOLUTION SALE . . ~t 4* We will sell Shoes at a Great Sacrifice from now until March Ist, 1896. Some at COST, and 4- __BL_---. -■-* The firm ••( H. h-.tt Hrn« , dlwnlve part- i _____ __ _____ _,—-_-., _„_.,-—,. I, nenblp M«r.'h Int. Mr Leonard *cbott ■•*•• bUMfcj AT LESS THAN COST! "♦**■ The firm of ffchott RrcK.., <llmolv-part r-tliliig. We will (ell Hboen mt a gn at r^U-1-» I d> „. - '*s Be—hip March lut, Mr. !>-. :i«r.| Hchott reduction until Ihcn. < all and nee -4*»- Cnilnrcn S f 1.50 SIIOCS for $1.10. L.'ldies Kid $4 Shoe, 3sand4's, a $1.50 MctlS Shoes, $2.25 for $'-65 v retlrtni. We will «ell Hljoei at a itnat re * n Ici •, 1 • • • .•• —> -• —. • -— — ""V dartlon until then. Call and pee. — _4 V Bo >s Shoes, 3's and 4s a less han cos . All Ladies (.owls AT 008 T. " " 5i.75 for $1.30 4. j_^B__ffl__T B_^ i Overshoes and Winter Good at Absolute Cost. ! ___6T^?i"^il^^"^^N ___—^^ I c_j r~^ ~f^r r~^i t* 1 n"1 "ca t^> #^^_ czj ! I' _E_p _—■> l...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 23 January 1896

THE WORLD AT LARGE Miscellaneous Bits of Information, Gossip and Fancy. SLEEP, BABY, SLEEP. Over the boa a lady dune. Bleep, steep. sweet lv <ilt>ep. Night wax the beautiful Lilly's name. Bleep, sleep, sleep. Her eyes like two stars riMM Huft and bright, Her voice like the lin-ow's murmur light. Kind mid gentle ami lovely night; Sleep, baby BtNß> How tender her love for each little one, Sleep, sleep, sweetly itleep. She softly called when the day- was done, "Sleep, wleep, Hi- » p. "Dear little children," I heard her say, "You must be. tired now. Stop your play And come with inu to dreamland away. Bleep, baby, sleep. "Shut your eyes If you want to go, Sleep, Bleep, sweetly sleep. Bafe In my arm* I'll carry you so. Sleep, «lccp, Bleep. Over the ocean flying fa*t Earth with its cloud and storm is past. Here is the beautiful land at last; Sleep, baby, sleep. "Such a wonderful, happy land, Sleep, Hlei'p, sweetly sleep. Children laughing on every hand, Sleep, Rlevp. *lt • I' Flow...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 30 January 1896

VOL. VIII. fiTIT T TIITH No we are NOT closing out but we are \HI I 111 I _ making room for new stock by U Jj-UJjll 1 U pushing our Shoe stock at nmj II p Prices » suit I Times I1 1 llft I Come and see us. Low prices and 1 WIXJJIU ■ prompt deliveries on Groceries. Ashcraft <fe Kinsey PROFESSIONAL CARDS. JJEAVIB A ENGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooms 7 ami 8, Second floor, Flnt National Bank building. g^ C HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practice" In Federal ami all State Coarta. Office over Yakima National Bank. H. HARE, DENTIST. Offlre over I'oit«flice. Yakima avenue, North Yakima. JJ^ J. BNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. M^-Office over Yakima National Bank, North Yakima. Will practice In all thy court*of the State and U. 8. laud office*. W. L. JOHII. J. M. MEWM AN. JONES A NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First National Bank, North Yakima, Wash p FRANK, M. D., PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. Late Snrgeon Washington State Soldiers 1 Home. Ofllee .m.r Flrat National bank, North Yakima Wash. Jj^LMER E. HEG...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 30 January 1896

- - -A.T . . A. BIG- CLEARANCE ©ALE With Kver? 50c Pnrelase a II 1 Li' CI 111 Ulil I V Bp3gf» Commencing Monday, Feb. 2, to make room for new goods. Odd Suits, odd pants, Overcoats, Shoes and in fact all kinds of Cu2DC6 OB 3 üß3fltllfll IIOCI 3D(I I ill' P I 111 MM I \ Furnishi«g and Dry Goods, will be placed on our Bargain Counters at prices that defy all auction and so called closing out ,r ,i UUI IHi UllUlJi nrm. ! fl»« ■■_i_j_ ID 011161 PIBSBBIS. IHE YAKIMA HERALD. I. M. HKED. EDITOR ASD MANAGER Pnbllshed every Thuredar: tnbtcrtptlon $100 per year in advance. Advertising rates upon application. TIfCKSDAV. JAXCARY M, 1896. WOMEX AND THE WHEEL. Probably no other sinßle question re garding the welfare of American women haft been so thoroughly disrusxed in pub lic for the past two years as the question whether the bicycle was a proper vehicle for feminine use. Physicians, clergymen, social "reformers," and all sorts and con ditions of women tbemeelveß, from tbe advanced female mllra...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 30 January 1896

Isiliti ii Partnersliip Sato ! —=* - rsr:-- ==— schott at reduced prices until that date. Mr. Leonard WM ADO LJ A Schott retires from the firm and wo must ■"*%■**#■■ ■ have money to pay him. ~T""> T3 f\ Our Partnership Ceases. -ar?^>«*^ J3 X"v v^l io. THE LOCAL SKETCH-BOOK Entertaining Bits of Information Which Were Found Within. PEN PICTURES OF YAKIMA LIFE Alt Hart* of Paragraph* Uathered in tin ni tr<>[>i>n« oi i <mriii Wash ington and from tbe Urital and Fertile Country NurrounaHng li. J. L. Smith left for Spokane Tuesday on a brief business trip. George Guilland has tendered his res ignation 1 as U. S. deputy marshal. Born, at North Yakima, Sunday, Jan. 20, to Mr. and Mrs. James K. Berry, a son. Rev. K. P. Greene arrived in the city from Arlington, Oregon, on Monday for a brief visit. The Pacific Meat company, of Tacoma, has made $7"),000 by the recent riae in the price of pork. Louis Lucklwrdt, wife and sister left on Wednesday for Spokane, where they will ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 30 January 1896

THE WORLD AT LARGE Miscellaneous Bits of Information. Gossip and Fancy. HE STUDIED LINCOLN. HENRY WATTERSON AND HIS LEC TURE ON THE WAR PRESIDENT. Bow the Great Southerner Came to Write Rli Lector* and What He Learned by Looking rp the Faeta of HU Subject. N«n to the Reporter. That a southern man, honorably iden tified with the Confederacy and withal • Democrat of national character and Standing, should (-elect Abraham Lin coln as the pnljjf ot for n popular lecture was in itself Hnffldcufly nnomalons, bnt that the result if mh-Ii an enterprise should bo (miueinly successful, drawing great and enthusiastic audiences, no less in the south than in th« north, was, to cay the least uf it, surprising, and, as Mr. Watterson had declined to talk politics, a reporter of The Times-Dem ocrat asked him bow he came to aban don the very interesting party warfare of the period to jilow in what upon th# surface seeir.ed fo unpromising a field. "The dtsoosns npnn Abraham Lin coln," said Mr. Wattcra...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 6 February 1896

VOL. VIII. n T|T T •Tl\Tft we are NOT closing out but we are \ H I II Ili I making room for new stock by UJjJjlJl.ll \J pushing our Shoe stock at 111 11/1 I Come aud see us. Low prices and 1 *-'*AUli± ■ prompt deliveries on Groceries. Ashcraft <fe Kinsey PROFESSIONAL CARVS. THUVn A ENGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Kooms 7 anil x, rto.oml floor, First National Dank I.till.linn. g C. HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practloen In Man] anil all State Court*. Office over Yaklinu Nntiouul Hank. }y 11. HARK, DENTIST. OflVe over I'ojjtwflice. Yakima avenue. North Yakima. JT J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. fW-omi>' over Yakima National Hank, North Yukima. Will practice In all th« courts of the 3tateaii<l C. H. lanii offices. W. N. Lines. j. M. NEWMAN. JONES & NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First National ilauk, North Yakima, Wash p FRANK, M. 1)., PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. I.nti' surc.Miu Washington State Soldiers' Home. Olllce .over First National bank, North Yakima Wash. JH,MKR E. HBO, M. D., ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 6 February 1896

. . .A.T . . A BIG- CLEARANCE BALE With Every 50c Pirtte a PnDDTIII BUmX ffi^S** Commencin X Monday, Peb. 2, to make room for new goo<ls. Odd Suits, odd pants, Overcoats, Shoes and in fact all kinds of CfcSIICG Oil 3 DGuDlllfll UOCI 3111 I HHI 111 iIMIIX Furnishing .vi.l l'r\ Doods, will be pi. "cd on our liar^ain Counters at prices that di-l\ .ill auction and mi c.illnl closing oiu ft tl, nn npnnjFijn UUI 1 111 DllUlJi nt rrwt "Ll< ' ■■■ u> .il__l_ 10 OIDBI picioulb. THE YAKIMA HERALD. K. 11. REED. EDITOR A*l> MANAOER Pihllihed every Thnrxlay; •abwriptloa 11.00 par /fear In advance. Arivrrtirlni: rate* upon application. THURSDAY,FEBRUARY <;, ISM. life: a aoirirxT. Star-eyed science is particularly busy just now with the human brain, and we are being made acqnainted with some wonderful facts hitherto hidden from M, The discoveries of Prof?ssor Roentgen by means of photography, an account of wbicb is given on the first page of today's Herald, are perhaps the most notew...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 6 February 1896

Isoliii il Farmcrslif Sale! MARCH 1 Our Partnership Ceases. THE LOCAL SKETCH-BOOK Entertaining Bits of Information Which Were Found Within. PEN PICTURES OF YAKIMA LIFE All Mori* of Parag mpiis l-nt inn it In Hi. *i.'tropoll«of 4'rmrnl Wanti liiKlnn kiiil Irnui Hip i,rnn Mild I ■ rltli I ..lililri Sill roll tiding It. 1). \V\ Simmons is on the BOM 1. The daily Time» proposes to change from a morning to mi afternoon paper. Mrs. M. A. Huff, l'oxtmiister Wilkin son's oflicifiit deputy, is on the sick list. 1-. K. Lench lias ilisi o-cl of his inter OTt in the Second street blacksmith shop to Arthur French. L. W. Newton and wife left on Wednes day for Cripple Creek, where they expect to make their home. Mrs. George Guilland is back from her visit to Salt Lake much to pleasure of her husband ! inuny friend*. 11. J. Snively lias purchased the band some residence of V. F. Diteman on the corner of Fourth and I? Btreets. Peter Belles, the former landlord of the Hotel Yakima, spent several duys...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 6 February 1896

THE WORLD AT LARGE Miscellaneous Bits of Information, Gossip and Fancy. A PLAGUE OF PARIS. The, Wild Dob* of the Dayi of the Helen of Terror. 80 many startling events happened from day to day during the reign of terror that the apparition of wild dog» in Paris is commonly overlooked. Bat it was quite iiatnniL The greater part of those gTandees who fled or weut in to hiding kept dogs, and very few of j them were able to make any arrange- i merit for the poor beasts when they left home The dogs, abandoned, took to the street*, of course, and shortly they be gan to congregate in two packs, one oc cupying the Champa Elyswg and ooe the Boia de Boulogne. Soon they booacio • pnblio danger. Carlyle pokes fnn at Banterre, the brewer, who proposed a law that all dogs should be banged; ho had not noticed the paragraphs in thn newspapers telling how people had been attacked in the Champs Elysees. At length the situation became really grave, as is easily nnderstood when thousands of starving ani...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 13 February 1896

The Yakima Herald. VOL. VIII. fiTIT T fIITH No we are NOT closing out but we arc \H I I I\ making room for new stock by I^J JJXJ UjLI I U pushing our Shoe stock at PffBAP 'Dr'CBS B BU'*' mBS II I llft I Come and see us. Low prices and 1 v'IXJJIxX ■ prompt deliveries on Groceries. Ashcraft <fe Kinsey PMOFSBBJONA I CA RDS. PXAVH A KNiiI.KHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Kontnii 7 and -. Hermit) Mum, Kirst National Bank tiull'lhiK. g C. HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practice In FMml unii all Slate Courts. Office over Viikitnu NHlimiHl Hunk }y h. hauk, DENTIST. * Office over l'ostertiie. Yakima avt'ime, North Yakima. JJ J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. jrflp~oftue over VHkiniH NHtimml Bank, North ViklniK. Will pnoUca iiiallthvroiirtnof the Bute and I. I. MM ofliiv*. W. L. JOMla. 1. U. MKWMAN. JONES A NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First National Hank, North Yakima, Wash p FRANK, M. P., PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. I.in.- Bvrftoi Wa»lilni;tiiii stHte SoltUers' Home. Otllco .over First Natiomil hunk, .North...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 13 February 1896

GIGANTIC CLEARANCE SALE NOW ON! $6000 WORTH OF GOODS SLAUGHTERED ~*X£&£ tm~ CLOTHING AND GENTS FURNISHING GOODS ; —ZXA 9 Thrse Linen Collars for T«o Hits. Three Dollar Pants for half the money. f*lf\ U I/TT^T "U~Di°iCi Six Dollar Overcoats—jiint think of it-for Three Dollars Fifty cent Shirts, prices cnt in two. Ten cent Sox now Five cents per pair. WVJJL? -I? JLJ^I JJliUu. And Fine $H All-Wnoj Suits at ..FnurDolla.ru THE YAKIMA HERALD. I. M. REED. EDITOR AND MANAGER Published erery Thnradar: t«b»crlptlon 11.00 per rear In adrance. Advertising rate* upon application. THURSDAY,FEBRUARY IS, 1836. AS EXCELIEST BILL. There seems to be an excellent pros pect that the present congress will enact • law granting to the states of Washing ton, Oregon, California, Nevada, Utah, Colorado, North Dakota, South Dakota, Montana, Idaho, Wyoming, New Mexico and Arizona all of the desert lands with in these states and territories. This is in line with the suggestion made in the annual report of th...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 13 February 1896

Dissiiu il Paiiiißiilii Sale! MARCH 1 Our Partnership Ceases. THE LOCAL SKETCH-BOOK Entertaining Bits of Information Wbicb Were Found Within. PER PICTURES OF YAKIMA LIFE All Sort* »l Paragraphs leathered In the metropolis «f Central Wash ington and front tb« Ureat and Fertile Country Surrounding It. J. L. Smith is spending a few days in Tacoma. Mrs. Oeo. Holloway, of Yakima City, is seriously ill. A. F. knelling and wife are in Spokane for a week's visit. Rev. Drew and Rev. Stayt are attend ing a meeting of the Presbytery, in Seattle, this week. Malcolm McLeonon and Da« Nelson were Seattle visitors this week returning home on Tuesday. Bert PartoD, of Toppenish, recently bought DO head of stock hogs in Klicki tat county (or his ranch. Crockett Ross left for Spokane Tues day to extend the organization of the Afro-American League. Dr. Roaser reports the birth of an 8' L , pouud girl to Mr. and Mrs. Archie Hugnes, of the Wenas, on Feb. 6tb. Miss (irace Shannon returned last week from El...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 13 February 1896

THE WORLD AT LARGE djsadjs>satMa> Miscellaneous Bits of Information, Gossip and Fancy. BREAKFAST AND HEALTH. Tb» Latter Is Promoted by Taklac the Former Before JEierelra. Breakfast shonld bo ruten in the morniug before laariag the bouse for exercise or labor vt imy description. Those who do it will be ablo to perfarm more work, and with groater comfort and alacrity than those who work an i boar or two before brpnkfiut. Breide* ' this the average duration of life of j those who take breakfast before exer- j cisc or work will lie a nnmber of years ' greater than those who do otherwise. ! Most persons begin to feel weak after ; baring been engaged the or six hours In their ordinary avocations; a good meal reinvigoraUs, but from the last meal of the riny until next morning there is an interval of some 10 or 13 boon. Hence the body, in a senfie, is weak, and in proportion cannot resist deleterious agencies, whether of the ; fierce cold of midwinter or of the poi sonous mi asm which...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 20 February 1896

The Yakima Herald. VOL, VIII. nT|T T TT|Tr| No we are NOT closing out but we are \H I I 111 I making room for new stock by |3 JjJjJLjH 1 U pushing our Shoe stock at Pjnj 1 p Prices g suit I Times 111 llfl I Come and see us. Low prices and ■ UXXJJUJ. ■ prompt deliveries on Groceries. Ashcraft & Kinsey PROFESSIONAL CARDS. JJEAVIB 4 ENOLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooms 7 and 8, Second floor, Flnt National Bank building. g C. HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practices In Federal and all State Courts. Offlce ever Yakima National Bank. H. HARE, DENTIST. Office over Posteffice. Yakima avenue, North Yakima. JJ # J. BNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. SS ofTW-e over Yakima National Bank, North Y«kirn» Will practice In all the courts of the State and U. 8. land offices. W. L. JONIS. J. K. HIWIIIM. JONES A NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over Flnt National Bank, North Yakima, Wash p FRANK, M. D., PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. Late Burgeon Washington state Roldlers' Home. Offlce .over First National bank, North Yakima Wa...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 20 February 1896

GIGANTIC CLEABAICE SAME NOW OTf ! $6000 WORTH OF GOODS SB,* I OHTERED "-JZZZ'S"" CLOTHING AND GENTS FURNISHING GOODS 'm9Z£££Z Three Linen Collar* for Two Bite. Three Dollar Pant* for half the money. OOTT'TT'T'Kr "RT? HQ Six |)lilllir ' •vfi"-"»''<-J<»st think of it-for Three Dollars Fifty cent Shirt*, prices rut in two. Tpn cent Sox r.ow Five cpnts per [mir. VV/J J JLJ.^I DIIVIJ. And Kino fs All-W.ml Suits at Four Doll*™ THE YAKIMA HERALD. I. M. BIKD. EDITOR AND MANAOKR PablUhed ererr Thnnday: ■■tMcripllnn fl.Ot per year In advance. Advertising rate* ■pon application. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY SO, 1896. HONORABLE PEACE. If proof bM been needed that Great Britain had no intention""! pushing mat ters to an extremity with the United State* over tbe Venezuelan boundary dis pute, it haa been Tolly supplied in par liament in the debate on the queen's speech. From neither the ministerial benches nor tbe opposition was there a { ■ingle harsh note towards this country, while Premier Salisbury...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 20 February 1896

Diisiiii ol Firmnkii Sale! MARCH 1 Our Partnership Ceases. THE LOCAL SKETCH-BOOK Entertaining Bits of Information Whlcfc Were Found Witbin. PEN PICTURES OP 7AKIMA LIFE All Hart* of Paragraphs Uatliereit In the Metrspollsaf Central Wash ington and frnm the. Urcal and Fertile Country Rurrouudlug It. Flic bicycle craze is again on. Mrs. Cyrus Walker left on Saturday for Seattle for a couple of weeks. Mrs. Andrew Bard, wife of the Luther an minister, arrived on SuLday from New Whatcom. Mrs. Alex Miller and Miss Mercedes Thompson were confirmed in the Episcopal church, by Bishop Wells ou Wednesday evening. Dr. Wintermnte left this morning for Ban Francisco to stand examination for appointment into the naval service as surgeon. Mayor Chas. Lake has retired from the saloon business in Yakima city, and has dow plenty of leisure to look after the municipal interests. Chas. Foster, formerly clerk of the Hotel Yakima but now the traveling representative of a New York glove house, was a Yakima ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 20 February 1896

THE WORLD AT LARGE »|»«»sj1 Miscellaneous Bits of Information, Gossip and Fancy. MY PHANTOM. There's a wrinkled old roan called Ova, With thin and m-ngiT hair. Who stand* by my aide all day And follow! mo everywhere. la th* night I wake with a atari. 1 flad him there at my bed; I'm ohllled by his atony {rue. And my prayer* are left unsaid. When I stretch my hands towaH the lieht And the promise bow vocmfi mar. I shudder in sudden dread As I sea this ghost appear. Bis cheeks are sunken with age: His eyes are hollow and dim; Bis breath I breathe in the air, And I'm growing to look like him. Go where I will or may, This old man holds me fast. And so it will ever be As long as my life shall last. —Leontine BtanUtld In Opera. WELSH SUPERSTITIONS. Thar Aaaoetata Spectral Honnda With Mountain Storms. One of the niauyofrious superstitions of the Welsh peuwuinry is that of Cron Annwo, or "the spirit honnds of the air." When a storm rages over the mountains of Wales, the peasant will toll yon...

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