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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 15 June 1893

YAKIMA COin. A Correct and Unexag erated Statement. CLIMATE, PRODUCTS, RESOUBGES A Vast Amount of In formation Concern ing Yakima. THE GREAT IRRIGATION BITCHES. Our Central Location and Command of Feasible Rail road Routes. SOMETHING ABOUT THE MARKETS. Potent ltrsioni Why This ftt-nloaa ol the Coonlry Should Be Bimii) Populated By » lonusi. rax maid I'roiprrsus People. The idea of this circular is to give, ss far as it is possible io such brief space, a correct and unexaggerated statement of tbe character, climate, products and re sources of Yakima County. It is intended for the information of the possible settler, and its object is to lead him to settle here. The writer, who has been engaged in farming near Yakima for the past seven years, believes thst the plain truth about the country is all that is required. Hence, there will be no ornamental or highly colored statements, but only a record of facts, known to be such by every Intelligent resident of the county. This may be to the...

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. — 15 June 1893

THE YAKIMA HERALD. IISIMI Ilißl THlHsntl. $2.00 PKR ANNUM. IN ADVANCE. AJitrt'niig tatex l>» IfflkavtiM. E. M. Rszo, Editor and Business Manager PAGE FIVE. Official Paper of North Yaiima. THURSDAY, JUNE IS, 1893. AN OLD MAN'S MEMORY CHAPTER L "No, Paul, I want rt mind to worship as well a* a heart to lore." Ha, they say lam growing old. Old! I waa old a score of years ago. This hand is flesh less and wrinkled, and as 1 write it moves tremulously over the paper. True, it was not so twenty years ago, nor were my eyes dimmed and de spoiled of their youthful luster; my step watf firm, my head erect, my hair as glossy as when my mother bade me her last, dying farewell. All these 1 had— yet 1 waa old. My life was gone: 1 only existed. Twenty years—long, dreary years! And as 1 look back upon the thorny, uneven path, naught but mock ing shadows, stretching their huge black bodies across the way, appear to my view. Did 1 say naught? Na One •tar—one bright, refulgent star at length penetra...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 15 June 1893

TBE TAUMn HERALD THURSDAY, JUNE U, MM. HERALDINGS. Chapuell A Cox have a new delivery wagon. Ladies try our $2.60 fine Dongola shot at Schott Bro*. 20 tf 8. B. Dusenherre and wife, of Puyal lup, are in the city. Endless variety of Oxford and tennis ■hoe* at Schott Bros. 20-tf Ladies bow opera slippers at 75 cents a pair at Schott Broa. 20-tf E. T. Furniss, claim agent of the Northern Pacific, spent several days in th* city this week. Mis* Elva Baxter is home from Taco ma, where «he has been attending the Aanie Wright seminary. Dr. E. E. He.-, of Portland, is up this week greeting his friends and looking after his property interests. H. N. Aiken, of Puyallup, has pur chased the French restaurant, on First street and will assume charge Sunday. Mr. White, of Tacoma, a real estate •gent and promoter of financial schemes, has purchased the Navare ranch and ex pect* to make his home in Yakiina. Superintendent Pro well states that he will put un an extra train for the 4th of July celebrati...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 15 June 1893

THE MIMA HERALD. IHI 111 EVERY ntlHsliM. •2.00 PER ANNUM. IN ADVANCE Hrertitin? Kate* I'pi lapiiratni. E. tf. Kcan. WMtmremi WmAmtta Managr Official Paper of North Yakima. THURSDAY. JOSM v.. IMS. , „ SOME WAX HEROINES. WOMEN WHO DARED AND SUFFERED FOR THE FLAG. Anna* Btherldga, the Daughter of th* Regiment—Women Soldiers t*n«l the De- TOted Ones Who necausae Martyr* In Csr r>lii([ Rellrr to Soldiers at the I'ront. [Copyright. I*"!, by Americam Pre* Assocuv s taon. liook rights reserved.] Ml rails women .ii »<■< n. not to »k« np that sword n battle, jet to .iirh lengths does heir derotion run tint the place of longer linds them ii hand unasked. Ij the way, if ronian didn't ever lunge Into the mt tic smoke, rbcre is the dif r. nre between ier bravery and msn's when she sends father, brother, htuv band or son into the fight* It isn't tha Idea of pain that gives n man a cold chill when the bugle sounds "Forward!" but the thought that death will take him from his helpless other ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 22 June 1893

VOL. V. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. gAMUEL STORROW, CIVIL ENGINEER, U. 8. DEPUTY MINERALSURVEYOR. Olta with Fred E. Reed A to., Dudley Block. JT J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. gm*onen oser Yakinia National Bank, North Taklma. Will practice in all tbe conns of tbe lute and V a. laud offlcea. R*AVIB A MILROY, | ££•»£ ATTORNEYS AT LAW. M^WUI practice In all Courts of tbe State. Special attention riven to all l.'. B. land ofbee business North Yakima, Wash. -yyHITSON A PARKER! ******* ATTORNEYS AT LAW. n^Offlee la First National Bank Building. g 0. MORFORD, ' ATTORNEY AT LAW. rraeticee la all courts In the State. (Especial attention to Collectlous. Offlce np stairs. \ ak lms National Bank Building. r£ M. VANCE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Offlce orer First National Bank. Special at tention (Ivru to Land Offlce business. gAVAQE * Mccormick, PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS. Offlce ap stairs In the Fshplnisn Balldlng, Yak- Ima Avenue Dr. Mccormick's residence Is al his offlce where be can be found at any time dunui t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 22 June 1893

TAB YAM. HERALD. (•■[ED BTBBV THIRIDII. 12.00 PER ANNUM. IN ADVANCE. linrtMic lata l>i A»lk-_o. E. M. Rctn. Editor and Business Manager Official Paper of North Yatiia. The city council is making a vigorous effort to have the alleys and back yards cleaned in advance of the coming hot weather, and citizens should give the au thorities every aid io this effort to im prove the appearance of the town and lessen the menace of summer contagion and ill health. The cost of such work ia trifling, while by so doing the danger of a aeige of fever is reduced to the minimum. The new souvenir World's Fair quarter dollar made an appearance in Yakima this week. This ia the first coin issued by the United States bearing the portrait of a woman. The design of the head on the dollar was taken from tbe profile of a Philadelphia woman, but waa considered merely ideal. The head on the ailver quarter is that of Isabella of Spain. Forty thousand of these coins have been issued. Soke of the members of the...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 22 June 1893

TIE YAKIMA HERALD. THURSDAY, JUNE Si, lS:i.l. HERALDINGS. Read J. L. Roeenfeld's ad in another column. Oet prices at Schott Bros, clearing •ale. 22tf Mra. C. J. Taft has returned from her visit to Baker City, Oregon. I.adies bow opera slippers at 76 cents a pair at Schott Bros. 20-tf Ex-coanty commissioner, Henry Crea eon, came up from Prosser Tuesday. Bern—At North Yakima, Monday. June 19, to the wife of Mayor W. F. Prosser, a daughter. Deputy Marshal Samuel Vinson stop ped over in the city Tuesday, leaving lor the Sound the following day with two prisoners arrested at Spokane for selling liquor to Indians. Ellensburgh Register: The fire com pany have not forgotten their royal treatment at North Yakima on the occa sion of their first visit there two yearn ago, and are now preparing to get even. The Yakima Hop Growers association will hold a meeting at Mason's opera house, Saturday afternoon, at 1 o'clock. Business of importance will be transacted and every grower in the county shou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 22 June 1893

f ASHBGTON AT THE FAIR. Or Sate Bonding Is Ooe of tbe Most HoMfe Stmctnres Tbere. rrartlcal Beaeflla Which Will Be Krssiiard hy «• TKrssih the l.» --p«.it.on.-Our Tall llsi ■latf a tlsndfr. Washiwotom State 81-ildino, I Jackson Park, V Chicaoo, 111., June 16, 18«3.» [Special Correspondence.]— One of the most interesting features of the World's Columbian Exposition is tbe group of state buildings at the north end of the gro'inde. Here can be found a resting place, where everyone is made welcome and the different states and territories of the nation vie with one another in extend ing hoepitiility to their numerous visitors. On account of this group of state homes being so near the Fiftv-seveoth street en trance, that entrance has become the chief entrance to the grounds, and lo cated nearest to this entrance are the buildings of South Dakota, Kansas, Min nesota, Nebraska, North Dakota, Missouri aud others of the important states. Immediately adjoining the site of South Dakota is the h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 29 June 1893

VOL. V. _____ PROFESSIONAL CARDS. gAMUEL BTORROW, CIVIL ENGINEER, U. 8. DEPUTY MINERALBURVEYOR. Offlce with Fred R. Reed A Co., Dudley Hlock. JJ J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. gm~li<t\<-t over Vaklma National Bank. North Taklma. Will practice in all the eourtsof tbe State aad U. 8. land offices. REAVIB A MILROY, I'■ » ■"»<• I a. a. aiLs..t ATTORNEYS AT LAW. gnm~*nm practice In all Coarts ot tbe State. Special attention given to all I' H. laud office baalness. North Yakima, Wash. WHITBON A PARKER) **■"> ****** i rago rmiK ATTORNEYS AT LAW. _a_r-ofrice in First National Bank Building, g O. MORFORD, 'attorney at law. Practices in all Courts tv the State. Especial attention to Collections. Offlce np stairs. Yak ima National Bank Building. nn M. VANCE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Offlee over First National Bank. Special at tention given to Laud Office baalness. RAVAGE A MiCORMICK, PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS. Office up stairs in the Fshelman Bn'ldlng, Yak Ima Avenue. Dr. Mcl'ormlck's reside...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 29 June 1893

TIE YAKIMA HERALD. ISM I'D KVI.BI IIMHSDII. 12.00 PER ANNUM. 01 ADVANCE. Ad.fr.iMnf Ratft l>n AppliraUw. E. M. Ricin. Editor and Business Manager Official Paper of M Yatiia. It ts a queer thing that while ways and means of disposing of the monies derived from the sale of the state school lands are trying to he devised, warrants for ex penses incurred in the saleol said lands are stamped on the back "not paid for want of funds." Tint Duke de Veragna expressed him self ss much saddened at the thought of quitting Chicago where he had more fun than a hired man, but he consoled him self with the knowledge that life could not be a perpetual picnic even for thedes cendent of the fellow who claimed to have discovered America. QteetAet McGr.vw now says that he will not call an extra session of the leiris latnrc This indicates that Washington will be practically unrepresented in the U. S. senate for some time. Few believe that Allen will be seated, while Squire is of about as much use as a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 29 June 1893

TBE TAKINA HERALD. THURSD.4 V, JUNE *9. 1893. HERALDINGS. Get prices at Schott Bros, clearing •ale. 21-tl M. O. Willa returned from Port Town send to-day. Born, J tins 28, to the wife of J. N. Kelso, • dang.iter. Ladies if our f2.60 floe Dongola shin at Schott Bros. 20-tf Ladies bow opera slippers at 75 cent. • pair at Schott Bros. 20-tf Men's fine shoes for $1.50 at Schoti Bros, clearing sale. 22-tf Endless variety of Oiford and tennis ahoes at Bchott Bros. 20-tf Born, Thursday. June 23, to the wife of J. C. McCrinimon, a daughter. Remember the Hop Association meet ing at the opera house Saturday alter DOOM. R. Pate and family will leave next week for Idaho to locate on land and build a home. f Twenty-three marriage licenses have been issued by Auditor Ellis for tha first months of 1893. Mrs. William Ker and children will r leave in a few days to spend the summer months at Steilacoom. A burglarous entrance was made in A. 8. Paul's office, one night last week, but nothing waa fonnd ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 29 June 1893

THE TAEIMA HERALD. * list ID EVERY THIHMitt. $2.00 PER ANNUM. IN ADVANCE. A-Trrtisit? lairs. I (mt Applintitl. E. M. Rccn, Editor and Business Manager Official Paper of North Yakima. THURSDAY, JUNE .*?>, 1893. THE NATIONS BIRTHDAY. GoTnmMa. gem of 1 lie west. Peerless thou art, alone doth stand, A continent by freedom blest. Bright banners float o'er all thy land. From mountain peak to |K-aceful vale. From ocean depths to bubbling rill, We ever heap the same sweet talo Of peace nn earth, to man good will. Of all th* nations of the enrth. What one can such a record show Of purity nml sterling worth Among her men of years ago* On histories' page forrvermore Their names shall blend harmoniously As those who opened wide the door. Freedom for all i-.-t. i it>. Unfurl our glorious flag once mora. King out in cUrion tone* again. Amid ihe glare of cannon's roar. The nation's yearly grand amen. This day of days, alone It stands A priceless gem of lustrona hue. Secured to us hy patriot ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 6 July 1893

VOL. V. PRO FKSS my AI. CA RM, g AMU EL STOKROW, CIVIL ENGINEER, V. 8. DEPUTy MISERALSITRVEYOR. Office with Fred It Reed A Co , Dudley Blork. TI J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. gm-omce orer Vaklma National Bank, North Taklma. Will practice in all t b*'-ourti of the lute and f. s. laud officer REAVIS A MILROY. |^»S> ATTORNEYS AT LAW. ftt-v,At pr»«*tire In ill C'onrti o( the State. Special ■tteuttou riven to all IT. 8. laud omce bu.in... North Yakima. Wa«h. WHITSONArARKERj ~£,™g' ATTORNEYS AT LAW. ttr-oft\,r in Pint National Bank Building. g O. MORFOKD, ' ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practices in all Courts In the State. JbMCtal attention to Collections. OBtce up stairs. » ax* Ima National Bank Building ■T* M. VANCE ATTORNEY AT LAW. Ofßee oyer First National Bank. Special at tentlon glren to l_aud OlHce business. gAVAOE & MiCORMICK, PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS. Office »p ataira In the Kshelman Building, J ek Ima Aveune. Ur. McCormlck'a residence Is at kit office where he can be fouud at any tim...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 6 July 1893

.THE YAKIMA HERALD. fast;in i vi in THl'luaif. »2.00 PER ANNUM. 15 ADVANCE. AJitrtisiit Rata GpM Appliatiei. E. M. Reid. Kditor and Business Manager Oicial Paper of North Yakima. Owroo to the press of local news the editorial space in this isene is very much curtailed. We intended to have a strong article railing upon subscribers to settle their delinquent newspsper dues, but this pleasure will have to lie poatponed un til next week. In the meantime sub- scribers will escape the mortification of taking the article as a personal intima tion of inexcuseable carelessness by call ing at the office and making settlement. Tag question of securing sufficient pickers to gather tbe 2,5 H) acres of hops under cultivation in Yakima is agitating the Hop Growers association, and ad journments have been made frox week to week without any final agreement. Next Saturday there is to be another meeting to hear the report of the committee ap pointed to pass upon the offer of Charles Zimmerman, who agr...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 6 July 1893

THE YAKIMA HERALD. THURSDAY, JULY 6, 1893. HERALDINGS. Get price* at Schott Bros, clearing aale. 22-tf Ladies try our $2.50 fine Dongola shoe at Schott Brus. -jO-tf Ladies bow opera slippers at 75 cents a pair at Schott Broa. a>*tf Men'a fine shoes for 11.50 at Schott Broa. clearing asle. 22-tf Endless variety of Oxford and tennic shoes at Schott Broa. i!U-tf Frank C. Reed came up from Prosser, Monday, to spend the Fourth. Mrs. Riehanlson, of Boston, is in the city the guest of Mrs. W. F. Morrison. Jay Sedgwick, of the Northern Pacific, was in the city Monday looking after tax matters for the railroad. Alfred Chase left on Tuesday to spend a couple of months at the world's fair and hia old home at Providence, R. I. E. F. Benson will return from the World's Fair early in August. He claims that Yakima's poor showing there is largely due to the inertia of our citixens. The little daughter of Mrs. N. S. Bag well fell under the street commissioner's wagon one day last week, resulting ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 6 July 1893

JULYS OF THE PAST. A WONDERFUL MONTH IN THE HIS- TORY OF NATIONS. Hat Ouy ths Month or ißdopowdawt-*, tat of Many Oilier Importaa* BvaaU. Ckarlss Carroll of r__rrolllon—Tho Co» --tloental C»a_TMa. July is a wonderful month in the his tory of oil nations, and in many of them the leading anniversary falls in that month. Of course this is not tbe result Of mero accident. It bis often been re marked that more startling and Impor tant events have occurred in one montb ot midsummer and ono of midwinter, than In all the rest of t'.io year, and trt.l.i man la so far subject to nature that stir ring events seem to crowd, as It were, toward that period when vegetation for tba moat part completes Its growth. CHARLES CARROLL OF CARROLL-OX. It ii claimed that more bloody and de risive battles have been fought in June and July than in all the rest of the year. It i.i a matter of common knowledge that all or very nearly all the great rioto have been in the hottest weather, and the reason is obviou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 13 July 1893

vol. v. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. gAMOEL STORROW, CIVIL ENGINEER, U. 8. DEPUTY MINERALSURVEYOR. Office with Fred R. Reed A Co., Dudley Block. JJ J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Mr-Offlce over Yakima National Bank, North T-Tktma. Will practice In all tbe court aof tbe Suts and U. 8. land offioaa. R EAVIB A MILROY, ( * »fljjjg, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. 4VVYIII pracUce In all Court* of tbe State _fi<eclal attention (riven to all U. 8. land office bualneaa. North Yakima, Wash. Iff HITSON&TARKER| j"g»»gHg* ATTORNEYS AT LAW. £_VOfflce tn Flrat National Bank Ri.llil.uk. g O. MORFORD, ' ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practicea in all Courta In the State. Kapeelal attention to Collectlona. Office np ataii*. - ak* ima National Bank Building. IJ M. VANCE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office over Firat National Bank. Special at tentlon given to laud Office bnelneea. gAVAGE A M- CORMICK, PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS. Office up atalra In tbe Eabelmau Bnildlng, Yak ima Avenue. Dr. McOoriulck'a realdence la al hia office where he can b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 13 July 1893

THE YAKIMA HERALD. mC» I.YF.H- THIRIDII. •2.00 PKR ANNUM. IN ADVANCE. Mrcrt-dig lata l>a ..ppllraiin. E. M. Rbid. Editor and Buaineas Manager Official Paper of North Yatima. TWO IUPORTANTLAND DECISIONS The secretary of the interior has issued instruction* to the effect that in the event of the homesteader who leave* no widow, but both adult and minor heirs, the pat ent shell issue to all heir* equally, and not to the minor heirs to the exclusion of adults. This ia baaed upon a decision of tbe supreme court of the United Mutes and it radically change* tbe practice of the land office, which has uniformly been to issue patent in such cases to the minor orphan children. Secretary Smith, of the interior department, in passing upon the question, give* expression to the fact that the supreme court of tbe United States I* the highest jndicial authority in the land, and ita interpretation by tbe laws, writ ten or unwritten, is conclusive upon, and should be respected by all departments of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 13 July 1893

THE YAKIMA HERALD. THURSDAY, JULY IS, MS. HERALDINGS, I-aJies try our $2.50 fine Dongola shoe at Schott Bros. 20-tf Horn, Monday, July 3rd, to ths wife of O. 8. Rankin, aeon. Mrs. M. A. Chapman returned from the World's fsir, Tuesday. Ladies bow opera slippers at 75 cents a pair at Schott Bros. 20-tf Endless variety of Oxford and tannie shoes at Schott Broa. 20-tf S. O. Morford haa returned from the World's fair and hia old home in the east. One of the sorrel horses composing William Ker's One team, died on Wed nesday. Deputy Marshal Sam Vinson stopped over in Yakima Sunday, while en route to the Sound. Mr. Griffin, of Spokane, father of II A. Uriffln, ia in the city and will remain for a month. Mrs. Shsnnon, of the Hotel Yakima, and her sister, Miss Ida La Croix, left Sunday for the World's fair. I. H. Dills and Fred Parker left Bun day for the Okanogan country to look after their extensive mining Interests. Charles DeFrance. the able and ener getic secretary of the democratic stat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 13 July 1893

ROBERT MACAIRE [The author hip of the original French play "Robert Macalre." from width the English melodrama and novel were taken, la shrouded In mystery. The play.although an excellent one, would pmbahly never had created the sensation It did had It not been for the remarkable act lug of Frederic Lemaltre and VtzantinL, who appeared In the original production. Lemaitre waa of course Robert Macalre, while Vlzarittnl gave a magnificent performance of Jacques Strop. Lemaitre waa tn hia day the greatest actor In France, and hia conception of the part of the sleek ravel and cold blooded though al waye Interesting villain who seemed to regard the members of the human family as his legiti mate prey added greatly to his fame. Lemat tre's first entrance wa*. effected at the back of the stage. He was clad In a costume that ap peared to be of the bt-st material and moat cor rect lit, but when he walked down toward the footlights the audience could ace that hia dreae waa one mass of patches d...

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