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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 5 January 1893

VOL. IV. NORTH YAKIMA, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, JANUARY 5, 1893. NO. 50, PMOFBSSIONAI. CA KDS. H. J. BNIVKLY, Attorney at Law. X9*Ofncc over Yakima National Rank, North Yakima. Will practice in all ths courts of tha -in'" snd r H. land ottlccs. i. s. mtavi". I k. ii milsov. KEAVI.S „ MI I.ROY, Attorneys at Law. **V WN practice In all Courts ot the State. Special attention given to all I. S. land office bualuess. North Yakima. v\ ash eowano wiiiTioN. rar.ii e*Rsi!K WHITSON & PAHKEK, Attorneys at Law. .•arom.is Iv ttsmX Natloual Bank Hnlldinr;. S. O. MORFORD, Attorney at Law. Practices i.i all Courts In tho State, J-sacclnl attention to Collections. Offlcs up'fair*. Yak imu National I'.Hiifc. Balldlac. T. M. VANCK, ATTORNEY - -A.T - _i.A."W. .) ilee over First National Hnuk. Special at teutiin given to land () '.ice business. S. C. lIKNTON. JUSTIOH of Ux& -'EJA.OHJ, NOTARY PUBLIC, U. S. COMMISSIONER. S|>cclhl attention Riven collections and Notary work, office over Yskimu Nati...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 5 January 1893

TUB YAUMA HERAM). IIIIID IVIII) IlllltMlU • 2.00 PER ANNUM. IN ADVANCE. tiftrtisiu Rates I'psi Application. E. M. R«bd, Editor and Business Manager. Olcial Paper of ,M~Y_Hii. AS APT tLLVSTRATIOS. There is a great difference between hero worship and loyalty, between the magnetism which a great mind exercises over the multitude and the devotion handed down from father to son, which makes a nstion willing to endure any sacrifice for tbe sake of a family that has ruled It lor generations. The difference Is sptly ill_trated in Cromwell and the house of Stuart. Cromwell was admired by his followers, who were willing to risk their lives lor him on the battlefield nnd would hare given him the CtrfltA hid he been willing to accept it. But when Cromwell died the admiration and devo tion were not transferred to the sou who assumed to take his place. That was hero worship. On the other hand the Scottish Highlanders were willing to risk and lose their lives for the cause of Prince Charles Edward...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 5 January 1893

tn mm m__o. IIII'RSDAY DECEMBER .«>, 18(3 HERALDINGS. Kepresentstive A. B. Weed left for Olympia to-dsy. v Dr. W. H. Hsre spent several days this week in Tacoma. . Miss l.i-ah Jeffers, an accomplished musician, has a card in this issue of Tvs Hkrai.u. Married, at Puysllup, Dec. m\ Chns. Foster, of the Hotel Yakima, to Miss Olive Lindsey, of Puyallup. W. L. Caldwell, who has been a com positor on Tin: Hi.itat.n since March last, left for Seattle on Saturday with the in tention of remaining. I'rosser is moving. It will have four saloons this month; stud poker snd crap games are running, and the Key. Walker held services there lsst Sunday snd gathered in forty cents, two buttons snd s corkscrew in the contribution plate. Harry Chapman, N. P. bridge car penter, suffered a scalp wound at Mab ton, on Friday last, by being thrown on to Borne edged tools by the sudden start ing of the train. He come to this city on the afternoon train to have his injuries dressed. The State Teachers Asso...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 5 January 1893

THE SANTA FE TRAIL By M-3, J. K. HUDSON. (Copyright, IMC br American Pro— Assoc la. tlon.l rv. Be U glnd that Jancy i» by his side. At Fort Dodge the soldiers left the train. No halt was made there. The captain said ho thought it better to push on, as to much time had been lost at Pawnee Rock. At the fort the trail left the Arkansas and struck across tho country in a more southwesterly direction toward the Ci marron river. Day after day tho heavy train toiled on, slowly and crcakingly in the hot sun. It was an agreeable divertisement in those monotonous days—as it is in all phases and conditions of human life—to have a pair of lovers in the company, and the movements of the captain and Janey wore watched with eager -but un obtrusive scrutiny. Their little side ex cursions on horseback, their long talks in the twilight after the corral was | formed and the tender glances that often passed swiftly between them were all noted: but these tilings did not solve the mystery surrounding Kin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 12 January 1893

VOL. IV. NORTH YAKIMA, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, JANUABY 12, 1893. NO. 51. I'ROFUSS 10N.IL CAR/IS. 11. J. SNIVELY, Attorney at Law. far-u.-itee over Viikima National Hank, North un i ma. Will practice in all tha courts of tho <tatc and D. S. land offices. (. n. aaaYM. I r.. ii. Mii.noT. UEAVIS A MILUOY, Attorneys at Law. /^Jf-Wlll practice ln sll Courts or the Ktato. (peclal attuntlon given to all l". S. land oillce business. North Yakima, Wash. n.wAi.o wiiitson. raaofaaaaa WHITSON A I'ARKKR, Attorneys at Law. a tVOtt M la Kirat National Hank ll'illding. s. o. iIOBVOBD, Attorney at Law. Practices In nil Courts in Hie S'sie. Esfwclal atteiitlnn to ih.llcrttous. otlleo op stairs, Vat inn. Naiiouni bank DalWlna. T. M. VANCE, ▲VTOMrfBT - A.T - L. —a.'W. (;V.ee over First National Rank, bpoclal at Ullltlon gi.eil to l.air.i (lii-ee bUstnoSS. S. 0. lIENT.IN, J-ÜBTIOEJ of tlio PHAOB, NOTARY PUBLIC, U. S. COMMISSIONE-?. Bpaolal nltentloii given CoUeCtioni and NoUiry work, uillce over Yaklina...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 12 January 1893

VOL. IV. NORTH YAKIMA, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, .JANUARY 12, 1893. NO. 51. PROFESSIONAL OARDS^ H. J. HNIVELY, Attorney at Law. aV^T'Ollice over Yakima National Bank. North Yakima. Will practice lit ell tha court* ot the State and U. B. land offices. I. B. RIAYia. I a. ■.m—lOT. KEAVIS A MILROY, Attorneys at Law. /^-Will practice lv all Courts of the Stale. ; ,-chil inteutiiiii given to all V. A. land oltlce business. North Yakima, Wash. a^WABn wiiiTsort. raaju FAIIKBR WHITBON & 1-AUKKR, Attorneys at Law. , aF-0-l.cc in First N—loiW B«_k Building. B. O. MORFPRD, Attorney at Law. Practice* In all Crrf In the »taU« -i~cial attention to .'"ll.-ctloilv Olßce up stuns. .ak Ima National Slunk 'lull.liog. T. if- VANCK, aA.a-*roK._TJBTr - at - i_.--.-w. i.l'.ce over Fl rift National V.nti>. '..s-lal at loi.tl.iii riven to Mod o«ec bus-lmaa-. H. 0. HENTON. j u_.moßi of tiio pbaob, NOTARY W3LIC, U. S. COMMISSIONER. «,u-ei». attoaili ii given roles-lions aad Kotar> work. OBleeovir Yakima ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 12 January 1893

THE YAHMA HERALD. IHIKD KVr.H . TIM RMBAI . 12.00 PER ANNUM. IN ADVANCE. Mnrtiriig Rata I pen Appli—tki. K. M. Rasn. Editor and Business Manager. Official Paper of MHailEa. When incoming settlers inquire why there ia no bridge between the railroad and the Sunnyside country, refer them to the county commissioners—and Audi tor Kllis. It seems rather tough that the growth of an important and promising section of the county should be retarded until an other board of county commissioners can be elected. Ths tunnel at Niagara Falls is finished and the power plant will begin operations by next March. It is expected that a current of 45,000 electric horse power will be transmitted from there to Buffalo, and 30,000 to other points. Cabbaoi has gone up to $18 a ton in Chicago, and even pork has made an ap- i palling advance, and a further upward movement is feared, in which event none I bat tbe richest of Chicago's citizens will be allowed to enjoy their favored break- 1 fast dish. Scientists...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 12 January 1893

THE THIA HERALD. IMIED KTKBY Till HMD 11 . JJ.OO PER ANNUM. IN ADVANCE. Adrcrlhiig tatr. (>on rlppliolion. E. M. —BSD. Editor and Business Manager. I Official Paper of North Yatinia. When incoming settlers inquire why ( there ia no bridge between the railroad and the Sunnyside country, refer them . to tbe county commissioners—and Audi tor Ellis. It seems rather tough that the growth , of an important and promising section of , the county should be retarded until an- , other board of county commissioners can , be elected. , ___—==____— 1 The tunnel at Niagara Falls is finished t and the power plant will begin operations 1 by next March. .It ia expected that a | current of 45,000 electric horse power will | be transmitted from there to Buffalo, and 1 30,000 to other points. _BSBBB——B "mmm "* Cabbage has gone up to $18 a ton in i Chicago, and even pork has made an ap- I palling advance, and a further upward I movement is feared, in which event none t but tbe richest of Chicago's cit...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 12 January 1893

THjjJMMjt. BEMj. 1111 RSo'. V PKCP.VIHKR 12. IMS HEKALDINGS. Sheriff MrKarland, of Walla Walla, spent Sunday]in Yakima. Representative A. B. Weed will vote for John B. Allen for aenator. A. B. Roaa haa succeeded O. A. Fe<h ter aa manager of the opera houae for the current year. Tho Yakima Irrigating and Improve ment company has a new ditching ma chine which will be given a trial in a few days. Marion J. Meeker, buyer for the hop firm of E. Meeker k Co., of Puyallup, spent Friday and Saturday in the city, hut it ia not probable that he secured any hops. The store of Peter Uervais, at Yakima City, waa burglarized Monday evening. The^till was riffled of about $24 in change, and goods to the value of $100 were carried off. W. 8. Davidson's team started for tbe old town Monday, after the sleigh, which the horses were pulling, had collided with an ice wagon. No particular dam age resulted beyond a broken pole. Walter J. Milroy was a candidate for eergeant-at-arms of the lower house of ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 12 January 1893

mjAIIIA GERALD. THIBSDAY .HCKasBgR tt, ISM HERALDINGS. Sheriff McFarland, of Walla Walla, spent Sunday)in Yakima. Kepresentative A. B. Weed will vote for John B. Allen for senator. A. B. Ross has succeeded O. A. Fech ter aa manager of the opera house for tho current year. The Yakima Irrigating and Improve ment company has a new ditching ma chine which will lie given a trial in a few days. Marion J. Meeker, buyer for the hop Srm of K. Meeker & Co., of Puyallup, spent Friday and Saturday in the city, but it is not probable that he secured any hops. The store of Peter Gervais, at Yakima City, was burglarized Monday evening. The':till was riffled of about $24 in change, and goods to the value of $100 were carried off. W. S. Davidson's team stsrted for the old town Monday, after tho sleigh, which tbe horses were pulling, had collided with an ice wagon. No particular dam age resulted beyond a broken pole. Walter J. Milroy was a candidate for sergeant-at-arms of the lower house of legi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 12 January 1893

YAKM AP TBI STATE. Interesting Items of Hews from Yakima and its Suburbs ■Its •! l.»sslp. Facta, Fancies, 1.-. - ■•■Mia, and a llodur-l-odii' of Paragraphs ol I.».r> Description. The rotary artesian well machine was moved to the Wenas on Friday of last week. The first well to be bore, will lie on the Fechter & Rom ranch. George H. Watt, the recently appointed professor of cbemistrv of the agricultural college, left for Pullman on Sunday even ing to enter upon his new duties. It is reported that A. F. Snelliug is an aspirant for the position of register of the Yakima land office and that he is now circulating a petition to thnt end. The Northern Pacific officials lir.v offered I reward of $2,000 for the arr"> t of tho wrcckirs who <li(chad the pttMl* ger train near Bui'kW on the 2nd mat. Over twenty new subscribers to Tin: Hkbai.ii since the first of the new vi'.r. That's a pretty good beginning fur ISSA an.i shows that the paper is appreciate I. Earl Hsrdison and Klmcr ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 12 January 1893

YiKHA ADD THI STATE. Interesting Items of Hews from Yakima ud Its Suburbs. ■Its *t Uaaslp, Pacta, Fatnclea, Pcr ••n«la, and a Hod sir-Podge of Paranraplm at Kvcrv Deacrtptlou. Tbe rotary artesian well machine wns niOTccl to the Wenas on Friday of last week. Tbe first well to be t-ored will he on the Fechter k Boss ranch. Oeorge If. Watt, the recently appointed professor of chemistry of the agricultural coHege, loft for Pullman on Sunday evon- Ing to enter upon his now duties. It ia reported that A. F. Snellin*!; ia an aspirant for tht position of register of the Yakima land office and that he is now circulating a petition to that end. The Northern I'aeinc official* Invc offered a reward of $2,000 for Urn nm • I of the wreckers who ditched tlie pas—ll -ger train near Buckley DO tho 'Jnd inst. Over twenty new siiln-icribers to Tiik Hruai.d since Urn first of the new year. That's a pretty |{ooil beginning for Is 1.". and shows that the paper is appreciate). Earl Hardison and Klmer Hlf—...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 19 January 1893

VOL. IV. NORTH YAKIMA, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 1898. NO. 52. professional cards. ii. j. Bnively, Attorney at Law. fy Office over Ysklma Nstlonsl Dsuk, North skims. Will practice ln all tbsrnurtsof the State snd I!. 8. land offices. .. s. ssavis. I a. a. MI-SOY. RKAVIS & MILROY, Attorneys at Law. MT-will practice ln all Courts of the State. Special attention given to all V. 8. lsud office business. North Ysklma. Wash. SUWASD WIIITBOM. FBX»rAUKF.H WHITSON B PAUKEK, Attorneys at Law. ItVOSI,-* Iv First Natlouul Bank Hulldlng. 8. O. MOKFORI), Attorney at Law. Praetlces 111 all Courts In the State. Kspeelsl sttentlou to Collections. Ofllee up stairs, Yak lms Nstioual Hank Hulldlng. T. M. VANCE, ATTOBNBY - _-. T -I_ _VW. Omcs over Klr.t National Hank. Special at ten! i.ni given to I ami U.tlce business. S. C. HENTON, J TjrsTIOHJ of tlio _»HJA.O_I, NOTARY PUBLIC, U. S. COMMISSIONER. Special attention given colleetlons and Notary work. Office over Ysklma Nstlonsl Hsuk. B. y. S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 19 January 1893

VOL. IV. NORTH YAKIMA, WASHINGTON. THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 1898. NO. 52. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. H. J. BNIVKI.Y, Attorney at Law. MW-Omee over Yakima National Bank, North Yakima Will practice in all the'-uurtaof the 4tete and D, s. land offices. I. S. REAVH. | R. s. Mil—OT. REAVIB A MILROY, Attorneys at Law. 10-* n\ practice In all Courts of the State. Special attenttou Riven to all I. H. land oftlce business. North Yakima, Wash. aDWASD WHITSOM. lllMilin WHITSON & I'AHKEK, Attorneys at Law. Hg-OOlr. tn First National Uauk Building. S. 0. MORFOKD, Attorney at Law. Practice, in all Courts lv the State. Especial attention to Collcctlous. Olllee up stairs, Yak ima National Hank Iliilldiug. T. M. VANCE, ATTORNEY - «t_T - L-IW. OlTiee over Klrst National Batik, Special at tention (Ism to inn! Olllee business. S. C. HENTON, JTJSTIOHJ or th.o FHla-OHI, NOTARY PUBLIC, U. S. COMMISSIONER. Special atteutiou Kiveti collections and Notary work, Oillcoover Yakima Natloual Ilauk B. M. SAVAGE. W. W. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 19 January 1893

VOL. IV. NORTH YAKIMA, WASHINGTON. THURSDAY, .TANUARY 19, 1893. NO. 52. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. H. J. SNIVEI.Y, Attorney at Law. gtg-orr\<e over Yakima Satlousl Bank, Son I. Yakima. Will practice in all the i-ourts of tbe State end I', ft, land unices. i. a, Man* i a. s. wtuari. KEAVIS a* MILROY, Attorneys at Law. t'S*-\\ ill practice tv all Courts of the State. Special attention given to all V. S. laud office business. North Yakima, Wash. snw.iiii wiiiT.os MIIMN WHITSON A PAKKEK, Attorneys at Law. tar-office In First National Bank iiulliling. 8. O. MORFORP, Attorney at Law. Practices in all Courts lv the Stale Especial attention to Colieetlous. omce up stairs. Yak ima National Hank lliilMlng. T. M. VANCE, ATTORNEY - -A.T - XjA-W. Otnce over First National Hank. Spe-ial at tentli.ii giveu to Land O.tice business. 8. 0. HENTON, jaSTIOE Of tlio PHAOBI, NOTARY PUBLIC, U. S. COMMISSIONER. .S|»ecial attention given collections and Notary work. Office over Yakima National Hank. B. M. SAVAI...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 19 January 1893

THE YAfflA HERALD.! • IIURD BTKBV TH« RSDAV. 12.00 PKR ANNUM. IN ADVANCE. lfortiuf Rata Ijm lfflie_ti«. K. M. Rkd. Editor and Boaineaa If anager. Official Paper of Worth YaM THE LEGISLATURE. The legislature la organized, a few bills introduced, and there is a deadlock over the U. S. senstorship. A ballot waa taken on Tuesday, with tha following result: ] Allan (rep.), 49; Turner, (rep.), 26; , Griggs (a>m.), 27; Teata (people's), 9. ■ On Wednesday five ballots were taken, ( the only change being the gain of ona , vote lor Turner and a corresponding loaa , for Allen. The indications now are that i tbe fight is on in bitter earn—t and that ( neither faction will give in to the other. , The usual "dark bona" stories are being , circulated, and it is claimed that Col. L. , 8. Howlett is the one available man on , on whom the warring factions can unite ( to break the deadlock. He stands forth ( aa having antagonized neither element of , tbe party, and having strong personal as well as...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 19 January 1893

THE YAIMA HERALD. llslKD IVIBI Tfll HMD 4 1 . • 2.00 PKR ANNUM. IN ADVANCE. »4,«-ii,iig lata I'pi * w li«ti»a. K. M.Rmd, Editor and Business Manager. Official Paper of North Yatima. THE LEOISLATVRE. The legislature ia organised, a few bills Introduced, and there la a deadlock over . tha U. 8. senatorship. A ballot waa taken on Tueedav with the following result: Allen (rep.), 49; Turner, (rap.), 26; , Griggs (dem.t, 27; Tests (people's), 9. ( On Wednesday five ballots were taken, ( the only change being tbe gain of one , vote (or Turner and a corresponding loaa for Allen. The indications now are that j the fight ia on in bitter earneat and that ( neither faction will give in to the other. , The usual "dark l.orse" stories are being ( circulated, and it la claimed that Col. L. , S. Howlett ia the one available man on , on whom the warring factiona can unite ( to break the deadlock. He stands forth , aa having antagonised neither element of ( the party, and having strong personal aa wa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 19 January 1893

TEE YAIBA HERALD. ItWn FVEH a Till HIDtl . 12.00 PER ANNUM. IN ADVANCE. Mnrtfa-f Ittn tpi ApplitatiM. K. M. Ratto, Editor and Hnsi ness Manager. Official Paper of North Yatima. THE LEOISLATVRE. The legislature is organized, a few bills introduced, and there is a deadlock over the U. 8 senatorship. A ballot was token on Tuesday, with the following result Allen (rep.), 49; Turner, (rep.), 20; Griggs (dam.), 27; Teats (people's), 9. On Wednesday five ballots were token, the only change being the gain of one vote for Turner and a corresponding loss for Allen. The indications now are that the fight ia on in bitter earnest and tbat neither faction will give in to tbe other. The usual "dark bone" stories are being circulated, and it is claimed that Col. L. 8. Howlett is the one available man on on whom the warring factions can unite to break the deadlock. He stands forth as having antagonised neither element of the party, and having strong personal aa well a* political friends in both, if ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 19 January 1893

THE Mm HERALD. riItTKSDAY I.F.CEMIIF.R 19, IKS HEKALDINGS. M. G. Wills left Sunday for Oregon. Smallpox has made its appearance at Walls Walla. E. M. Reed spent the week m the Sound. Rev. V. Garrand left for Seattle this afternoon. Cloe Parker has entered a suit for di vorce against Harlie F. Parker. Hon. H.J. Snively is at Olympia in attendance on the supreme court. Paymaster Wall.ice Mount was in the city Monday and paid off E company. Fourteen foreigners were admitted to citizenship in Yakima county during 1892. The firemen's ball Saturday evening netted about $_'."> for the K. of P. grand lodge fund. Rev. Rulus Chase, formerly pastor of St. Nicholas church, haa accepted a call from Olympia. Representative A. B. Weed spent the legislative recess at home returning to Olympia Sunday. The attention of Tin lltmin readers is called to the shoo advertisements of Ditter Brothers. J. H. Loveil, of Zillah, has some bar gains in lumber, etc. advertised in this issue of The Herald. Over ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 19 January 1893

THE YAKIMA HERALD. r!l<.'ll''DAY.... IIKCr-MltF.lt 11, lit! HERALDINGS. M. (J. Will* left Sunday for Oregon. Smallpox has made its appearance at Walla Walla. K. M. Heed spent the *eek on thti Sound. Key. V. (iarrand left fur Seattle this! afternoon. Cloe Parker has entered a suit for di-1 NM against Hurlie F. Parker. Mou. H. J. Snively is at Olympia in attendance on the supreme court. Paymaster Wall ice Mount was in the city Monday ami paid off F. company. Fourte?n foreigners were admitted lo citizenship in Yakima county during 1892. Tho firemen's ball Saturday evening netted about $25 for the K. of P. grand lodge fund. Key. Kufus Chase, formerly pastor of St. Nicholas church, has accepted a call from Olympia. Representative A. IX. Weed spent the legislative recess at home returning to Olympia Sunday. The nttention of Tin Hhrald readers Is called to the shoe advertisements of Ditter Brothers. J. H. Lovell, of Zillah, has same bar gains in lumber, etc. advertised in this issue of ...

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