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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 11 June 1896

VOL. VIII. I'RttFESSION.iI. r.IRD.S. IJK.WIS A KN1.1.1.HA..T, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Hiiom. 7 ami ft, Hecninl tlour, Kir.t Nstlousl llsuk liiiltilinit. « C H K.N TON. ATTORNEY AT LAW- Ptamlam in rsdaraJ ami all stale r.iiirt.. ofl'n-i --over Vakinni National iiank. \V r H. 11 A Mr., DENTIST. (iffli-e over Pimteflii-e. Yakima avenue. North Yakima. TT J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. BMf**Ofaa* OTBt Yakima National Hank, Xnrth Vakima. Will atactic* 111 all t lis court, nl the -tat,- and D. H. Isnil utllces. W. L. .KINKS. .1. M. NKWM.II*. TONES A NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First NHtioiinl Hunk, North Vakima, Ws.li —. —, i n.ink *.cotmu T)KS FKANK A OOHNELL, Physicians and Surgeons OnraOTßf First National Hank. Dr. P. Frsnk'. office I Dr. K. roniiell'* ottot hour.: I hour*: 11 tol'it*. in. I 10 m '-'»■ »i --2 to .i ii ni. I 1 I" 8 p. in. gaß-Niltht ball at iiffli-o 7 to * p, hi. FLMER X,. Rata, M. D., 'IIYSICIAN and SURGEON. Illlee over chapman. Drag Btatw, Rc.i'lenre— eleplione 80. All iili...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 11 June 1896

PBsaWTcßnale K™i ciinnty. Without Brnno population to speak of. Pb*o"iii we have many thousands and rrnore coming. We clamor for the open ing of the reservation to settlement, and point to our irrigated field* to prove tbat it i* better to water and cultivate them than to leave them out as dry ranges. We encourage men to come here and en gage in merchandising and manufactur ing, and we deplore the fact that just now money is slow to circulate. Yet a tew who can reach the reading public are exerting themselves to prevent tbe pro gress of development in each and all of the directions indicated. It is no perversion of fund* from the intent to benefit tbe Indians themselves. Neither is it an extravagant cost for tbe watering of the acreage involved. There is nowhere an attempt to conceal nor de ceive on the part of the agent. No dam age to any one is lieing wrought or even charged. Better to restrain or enjoin Mr. Secretary Hoke Smith, if anybody. But there is no one at fault in the mat...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 11 June 1896

' SNAP SHOTS AT YAKIMA The "Herald" Reporter Takes Photo graphs of Local Events. PEN PICTURES OF YAKIMA LIFE All Worts of Piiriiitiupli, I.allien rl In the 'I, 11,,(,.,:i*> „i t i-ntrii I t\ :, *i<* liiltlon and Irani the I.real and I <nil, < <Miiitr> Mirriiiiiiuli,,.' 11. Dr. It. L, Baker returned on Monday from a sbort visit to Walla Walla. Henry Mabry and John P. burn left on Monday for the (cycle country on a pros pecting trip. Lee Cody came in from Fori Sinnoe on Saturday last to spend Sunday with friend* and relulives. T. Vi. Moore and W. (). Knox made the trip to Fort Sinu-oe ami return ou their wheels Wednesday. Mrs. C. F. Bailey and child will leave in a day or two for California, on « visit. Mr. Bailey will accompany them M far as Portland. C. Dillmau, the representative of the Schlilz Brewing Co., of Milwaukee, was a guest of Ihe Hotel Yakima for several days this week. J. tl. Lawrence returned from the Sound Wednesday where M has been in attendance uimn...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 11 June 1896

THE WORLD AT LARGE 4**MBaM>aae, Miscellaneous Bits of Information, Gossip and Fancy. MUNICIPAL REFORM. SOME PROBLEMS IN THE GOVERN MENT OF GREAT CITIES. The Afrsrablr Art of -Turning- the Has eals Ont" >l rua;gllnr. For Belter Things In New York. Boeton, Brooklyn aad Chicago—Mayor Qnlncy'a Novel Idea. The running of a big city is a com plicated and unwieldy business. To condnct it honestly, wifely and justly call* for no ordinary talents and for no small experience. We hardly expect that our cities will bo run with the same foresight and wisdom that aro required of the mcv who are at the head of onr big manufacturing corporation*. Some people do i xpect this, but tbey are in variably disappointed. Thoro is uo doubt that there is much room for improvement. That is patting it in too mild a manner. Our big cities, almost without exception, are notori- MAYOR QjCBfCT OF BOSTON. onsly in Hn imaged. Each one bas its ring of politicians, generally its two rings. When ono is out, the o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 18 June 1896

VOL. VIII. PROFESSION.tL CARDS. IJKAVIS A KStil.l-.IIART, ATTORNKVS AT LAW. Knmn. 7 ami a. Sen.ml lest, First National Hank hml I .n-1 V^ 0. IIKNTO.N, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practice* in Federal siei all stste riiiirt.. Office over Yakiiiin Nstiotial Hank. \V r 11. lI.VUK. DENTIST. Office over Postuflice. Yakima avenue, Nnrth Yakima. TI .1. SNIVFXY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. jraa*-<lrTlee over Yakima National Hank, North Yakima. Will prattle* in all t hii court, ol the Stste sml 0, B, laml eatoßß. W. L. .KIN*.. I. M. ■***■*■. J (INKS A NKWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over Flrat National Hank, North Yakima, Wa.h P. rKANK B. CO.NNKI.I. T)KS FRANK A CONNELL. Physicians and Sukc.f.ons tillli v over First National Itmik. Dr. P. Frank's oltlee I l>r. K. I oniiell's nllice hour.: I hour.: 11 to il 1 a m. 10 to IS a m. 2 to •'. p. in. I to :'. p. in. AW-Nik'tit Mil at office 7 to * p. in. pLMKR K. HBQ, IL I)., PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. Office over Ctaßpaiao'l lirutr store. Ke.i'ienee — Telephone :so. All-nig...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 18 June 1896

COFFIN BROS. LOW PRICES ——•———^——-•»-.—*—..*— j—j-—■ ME YAKIMA HERALD. E. H. REED. EDITOR AND SIANAOKR rabllshed every Thursday: sabscriptlon 11.00 per year in advance. Advertising rates opoß application. THURBDAY, JUNE 17, 1896. These are days when humidity reaches a high per cent, without precipitation. Perspiration takes its place. Marcus Antonius Hanna bas shown thst he was the greatest Roman of them all. He drove bis chariot around the St. Louis arena with opposing candidates hanging by the neck at his axle tree, aad tweaked the noeee of the political decem virs with a freedom tbat gave all to un derstand he had no compeer. Even Bill McKinley was thrown quite into the shadow of hia august manager. Programs for the annual editorial con vention to be held in this city in July have been issued and a very attractive and novel program it is. Tbere is one feature under the head of "Memoranda" which calls to the attention of citizens the necessity of bestirring themselves to give thes...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 18 June 1896

BUY SHOES WHOLESALE COST! SNAP SHOTS AT YAKIMA The "Herald" Reporter Takes Photo- graphs of Local Events. PEN PICTURES OP YAKIMA LIFE AM Ron, of I'nri.jcrapli, I.allured In the Metropolis of liiiirnl Waah*. Intinii and from the Ureal and fertile < n. i Mm lint If. Mib* Kose Oar* left to-day for a visit witb relative* at Hufer, Or. Ed. W. White returned on Monday from a brief visit in Sprague and Spokane. John liiislanil anil I rank Cooper left on Wednesday for Wenatchee and points beyond. Receiver .1. S. Allen, of the Vakima In vestment 00., is a guest of the Hotel Yakima this week. George Ker left on Tuesday to spend a couple of ii,mil In- .a the Swauk district where be has mining interests. Jndge C. B. Gravis was in the city Tuesday. He will return on Monday .next for a couple of day* of court. W. H. Wilson, secretary of the com miaodant al Port Orchard, i* in the city with a view to benefitting his health by change of climate. Prof. Heiney left on Saturday last for Seattle whe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 18 June 1896

THE WORLD AT LARGE ■bTssjISJ BB* *B> Miscellaneous Bits of Information, Gossip and Fancy. THESTOKYOFAXEGO FROM THE NEST IN IOWA TO THE TABLE IN NEW YORK. The Eastar Market and How It Is Baa pl led-Wa t'sed to Import Ksa, Freas Enrnpr, but Now Ihe Americaa He, Sup pile. Oar Needs. "Cot-cut-cot, ca-da-da!" You know what that means. It ia the wny a hen haa of stating that she has laid an egg. We understand it just as well as if she had aald so in bo many word.s. You don't have to be a Professor Gamer to traiisiate her excited and ex ultant exclamation. "Cut-cot-cot, ca-da-dal" This hen, we will say, is on an lowa farm. She doesn't know much abont Easter, out die has laid an egg, and ahe is proud af the fact—just as prood aa if ahe wa* the only hen in lowa that bad done such a thing instead of being one . of a million or more hens tbat bad just done the same thing. If all their cackles conld hare been ottered at one time and from oue place, a shrieking roar would bave been produced t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 25 June 1896

VOL. VIII. Meyers Spray Pnj. Slitter Wins ■ w i *¥ LOWEST CASH PRICK* CHAMPION TINNING - — FRED PENNINGTON BISDEBS PLUMBIRG NORTH YAKIMA Choice Hip.Tie Hardware ellUKiiis PROFESSIONAL CARDS. DbUVH -Si ESULEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Room. 7 and I, BSeoad fl.Kir, First Shtlonal Hank l.uil-1;,,. --g C. HENToN, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practice* la r"edera. and all State Courts. Otliee over Yakim.i National Hank. «Jtf ii. hare, DENTIST. Oiflco over Postotlice. Yakima avenue. North Yakima. TI J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. /pSr-.llliee over faklnu National Hank, North Yakima. Will practice in ail thaeourt.of the State ami I. s. laud otliee*. W. L. JONKS. .1. M. NKWM*I*. JONES ,-i NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First National Hank, North Yakima, Wash I-. FHiNK B.COBBBU T)RS FRANK A CONNELL, Physicians and Surgeons Offlee over Firßt National Hank, pr. P Frank', oiliie | lir It Council's otliee hour.: I hour.: 11 to IS a. m. 11l to U a. m. 2 to .'i p. in. 1 to :i p. in. /BSJr-Night bell at offlee 7 to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 25 June 1896

COFFIN BROS. 1..0W PRICES THE YAKIMA HERALD. E. M. REED. EDITOR AND MANAGER Pabllshed every Thnrsdsy: sabscrlptlon 11.00 per yesr In advance. Advertising rates upou application, THURSDAY. JUNE 25, 1896. Tbe battle of Waterloo and ths nomi nation of McKinley occurred on the same date, June 18. Tbere may be nothing in the coincidence, but it is looked npon as a day of sorrow for tbe Napoleon family. Tbe Hon. John J. Ingalls pauses to observe that a gold platform with a Lon don banker for vice president may make it necessary for tbe managers of McKin ley's campaign to furnish tbe votes re quired to elect the ticket. McKinley is all right, according to some of hia adherents. The treasury deficit ia to be abolished; no invasion is to be permitted on the gold reserve, and silver is to be a trifle above par. If Mc- Kinley can live op to these promises, he is a cracker-jack. Republican newspapers in the east in sisted tbat witb the adoption of a gold plank in tbs St. Louis platform busineas...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 25 June 1896

BUY SHOES WHOLESALE COST I SNAP SHOTS Af YAKIMA The "Herald" Reporter Takes Photo graphs of Local Events. PEN PICTURES OF YAKIMA LIFE All Ron* of I'nrngrn plis Lull 1 in I in- iTlvtrupollsof i en 11:, I Wash ington and from n„- I.real aud fertile Country Surrounding- It. Gilbert S. Miller returned from What com on Sunday. Fred Leoubard, a well-known Ellens burger, was a Yakima visitoron Monday. County Commissioner Nelson Rich, of Prosser, spent severul days in the city tbis week, returning BOOBS Wednesday. Mr. George S. Conner has been on tbe sick roll for the past week, but it, now somewhat better, although still very weak. A number of the byeyclers of the city propose to go to Ellensburg by train Saturday afternoon, returning the next day on their wheels. The bicyclers raised considerable money by subscription this week, whiib has been expended iv improving the track ou the block opposite llie ileuton residence. Needles A Christie's pacer made a uiile ou the Btale lair track last ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 25 June 1896

THE WORLD AT LARGE Miscellaneous Bits of Information, Gossip and Fancy. ACTIVE t-OR IRELaTmD. John Dillon's Career Is Fall of Lively In- cldents and Adventures. John Dillon, who has been elected permanent chairman of the Irish parlia mentary party to succeed Justin Mc- Carthy, has attained one of tbe two great ambitions of his life. The other is of conrso to sreo home tule In Ireland. In the latter cause he has been a per sistent IfafSl nearly all his life, and his personal ambition to obtain recog nition as tho chief of hia party he has pursued with unwearying zeal ever since tbe death of Parnell. Dillon is about 45 years of age, and was tbe son of John Blake Dillon, who was active in the Irish revolt of 1848. He was graduated at the University of Dublin and studied medicine, but be Boon forsook bis profession for the more active field of national politics. He was elected member of parliament from Tip- JOHN DILLOS. perary in 1380, and since then he baa had a career fall of adventur...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 2 July 1896

VOL. VIII. C. W. CHAMBERLAIN, liii'iiriHiialr.i • General: Commission: Merchant MAIM IN FOREIGN AND DOMKBTIC FRUITB AND PRODUCE. SOS WfHtrrn Avemu S8BSB™! Seattle, Wash. "THE HERALD" Is $1.00 per year only to those who pay in advance »U: DOLLAR CASH IS BETTER THAN TWO DOLLARS o\ LOlfi TINE. tJUT I'ay in advance ami Rave money ! OT9 ijßi's Spray Figs I Slnißiata 1 Wwn I & . .. LOWEST CASH PKICE3 CHAMPION TINNINU M ,,w t , s ™, FRED PENNING TON M»DEI>» «>«« y A k:i MA rUMMIM ClniM Hep Twine Haiiliaituiallßmls PROFESSIONAL CARDS. JJEAVIB A ENGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooms 7 aud 8, Second floor, First National Bank bHllding. g C. HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Prartices in Federal aud all State Courts. Office over Yakima National llatik. . « HARE, DENTIST. Office over Potteffice. Yakima avenue, North Yakima. IT J. BNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. {*>Office over Yaklraa National Bank, North Yakima. Wlll practice 1 n all th» courts ol the -lute and ('. S. land offices. W. L. JON*S. J. M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 2 July 1896

OrtCdM WE OFFER burriii 44 T .. , __ _^ _^__ -^>--^>- Ladies 50c shirt waists for 25c BROS. 44 :; ,;* :; :: ;:- LOW I'HICTEW ■• $1.71 '• •' " $1 THE YAKIMA HERALD. K. M. REED. KIHTOK AND MANAGER pHbllnbeil every Thnndajr; inbKrlptlon 11.00 per yur In advance. Advertlaiug rate* upon tpplicttiOD. THURSDAY, JULY t, 1896. FELLOW CITI7.ESS! c panse in the midst of conventions and nominations and ratifications tocele brate the Fourth of July, as usual. On this day there are no political division*— no democrats —no republicans—no pops— with the exceptions of those made by powder. There are no goldbngs nor sil writes —no freetraders nor protectionists —no A. P. A.'s nor proscribed foreigners; but nil Americans, and glad of it. It is best this year to go into the na tional spirit of the thing with utter aban- j don and no personal side thoughts of debt and credit. It is the day for the class in history and not for arithmetic. America is the land of the free and the home of tbe brave. V...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 2 July 1896

BUY SHOES r-^ — — , SOHOTT Keß*9.aO feteyele Shoes • 1.48 ! k-1 V-^ -1-■*• w ■*• J • • vr • • Ladies ism sum. blac*ktlcs, «6ft mum ra 11 r <r\t\*T i °H Bo*'" •■•** >N» - -9« P^2S> THE WHOLESALE COST! ' "" "- shoemani SNAP SHOTS AT YAKIMA The "Herald" Reporter Takes Photo graphs of Local Events. PEN PICTURES OF MIMA LIFE All Hart* "i Paragraph* Uatherrd In the Metropallaof Central M a»h> liißjian and from tin- tireat and I . rllli I ..null ) Mitt Hilt 11. Auditor f. 0. Hall was a Tacoraa vis itor this week. He returned to-day. Judge Carroll 1.. Graves will deliver the oration at the Roslyn colebration July 4. (•'mil Si'hanno is down from the Swank district and will remain until after the Fourth. T. (J. Redfield and Nicholas McCjy left on Wednesday to spend ten days ut Hot Springs. .Senator John L. Wilson will arrive in the city on the 4 :&) p. hi. train Friday and remain over oue night. A. CJ. Swindlehurst, of the postoflice, h»9 been granted a thirty days' leave of h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 2 July 1896

JthewiSrldTm^ / Miscellaneous Bits of Information, S S Gossip and Fancy. ) THE GIANTS OF OLD. PREVIOUS AGES SUPPLY US WITH ENORMOUS FOSSIL BONES. Lliards Three Time* the Bum of the Lar fr't Elephant and a. Turtle Whoee Shell Looked Llk« a lint— Marine Glanta and the Kemarkable riateri Llaard. The belief in a race of giant* was once almost universal and held until Koent years. Even today lurge skeletons wben found are Kometimes reported as being those of ginnt human beings. This was especially true of the period about the tenth nud eleventh centuries, and in the latter a most amazing discovery was rop'irttit, which throw the scien tific world of the time into great exoite- I meut. It wan said that the body of Pal- ! las, the son of Evnnder. had been dis- | covered beneath the tomb of the emper- j or Henry IIL The bones were enor- | rnons, and it is unnecessary to state, i proved to have belonged to a huge fossil , elephant. As late as the fifteenth cen- i tury a war of words was wage...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 9 July 1896

VOL. VIII. C, W. CHAMBERLAIN, General: Commission: Merchant DKAMtK IN FOBEKJN AND DOMEBTIC FRUITS AND PHODUCE. 805 Wettern Avenue CONBIGNMKNTB CnoHln \A/ocU hoiiciteo oeattle, wasn. "THE HERALD" Is $1.00 per year only to those who pay in advance ONE DOLLAR CASH IS BETTER THAI TWO DOLLARS OK LOHfl THE. EtT" Hay in advance and «aye money 1 1 Meyers Spray Fnmps Shltlibr Wans Ut 1 IX)WKBT CASH PRICKS . . CHAMPION TINNINII mow Eß9 ™ fred PENNINGTON MIiI>ERB MOBTH TAKMA | Cli 6 Hop Twine Hardware of all Kills PROFESSIONAL CARDS. JJEAVIB & ENGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooms 7 and 8, Second floor, First National Bank building. g C. HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practices In Federal and all State Courts. Office over Yakima National Bank. H- HARE, DENTIST. Office over Postaffice. Yakima avenue, North Yaklma. JT J. BNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. ■TV-Office over Yaklma National Bank, North Yaklma. Will practice in all th« courts of the State and 11. B. land offices. W. L. JONCB. J. H. NIWMAM. JONE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 9 July 1896

IT lbs. Dry Granulated Sugar, $1. Mason's Quart Jar*. TOe per doz., half gallons 95c at Coffin Bros. Big Low Price Store ME VAKIMA HERALD. B. U. REID. EDITOR AND MANAGER Pabliihed every Tbnnday: unhoorljitlon (1.00 per year In advance. Advertising raw* upon application. THURBDAY, JULY 9, 1396. BRYAN—M'LE AN. No su.-h convention has ever been held as that which hu been attracting the at tention of the nation, and one might even say the world, to Chicago this week. The St. Louis convention was a battle for platform, with the presidential candidates assured ; at Chicago this was reversed, the principle being insured by tbe clam- oring friends of eilver, while the choice of the delegates could only be determined by ballot. The indications were that Bland would be selected to lead the de- mocracv and the silver forces in the com ing contest, but tbe convention in ita wis dom favored Ez Congressman W. J. Bryan, of Nebraska, a man of brains, i wisdom and brilliancy beyond bis years, wbo ha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 9 July 1896

BUY SHOES S , SCHOTT Men* 2.3© Bleyclc shoes 51.48 *-> w -L-L w X X * * • * Ladles tan and black ties, .65 Illlimrniir nnATI Boy's $1.2« Bro S »n» - .951^9 THE WHOLESALE COST! Clllld""' a shoemani SNAP SHOTS AT YAKIMA Tbe "Herald" Reporter Takes Photo- graphs of Local Events. m PICTURES OF YAKHA LFE All Bonn «l Paragraph* Unlhi red In th«- Hi iroBOIUol « eatral Waali liiKinn and Irani the lirtal and irrlllc I olllilr> Mirtou iklliiu It. H. J. Boively is on tbe Sound. Phil Witter amt wife are spending a week at Hot Springs. The populists will hold their primaries in this city on July 2Otb. Treasurer Matt Bartbolett paid out over $11,000 last month on county indebted ness. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Veseey spent tbe Fourth in Prosser where they have many friends. Fred Chandler him gone to Fort Simcoe to assist J. L. Banks in making up some reporti. C. F. Bailey returned on Friday last from California where lie accompanied his wife and child. Agent Erwin has about 75 men and a tbird of t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 9 July 1896

Jtheworl^^ / Miscellaneous Bits of Information, S ( Gossip and Fancy. ) LOVE AND ROSES.' A wild me drank of the momlDf dew. A wild r«K Hnllrd at the morning raa. A wild roar dreamed tbe warm day through. A wild row died when the day waa done. And evet the m» was fair, was sweet. And aver the rose was shy, But a rose's life, like a dream, la fleet. And a rose In a day will die. It fell on a daj that love once grew In the loam of the hnart like a rose. Like a ruse it smiled in the morning dew. Like a roae it dind at the sweet day's close. And ever the love was fair, was sweet, . i And ever tbe lore was shy, Bat the life of love, like a rosy, I* fluet. And a love In a day will die. —John N. Billiard in Vanity. ; SOME SIGNS OF APPROACHING AGE now a Man Showed That Ha Waa Growing Old Without Knowing It. A man, apparently slightly past mid dle life, whose hair was tinged with ' gray and noticeably thin on top, sat near me at a theater. As tbe curtain rose for | tbe first time a spectacled...

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