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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 20 July 1893

VOL. V. PRttFKSSIOSAI. CAKHS. OUIUBf- stoukow, CIVIL ENGINEER, U.S.DEPI'TYMISKKAI.SIRVEYOR. OUtre with Fr*l R. R«fl A <*o , lin-11.-. Block. |t J. SNIVKLY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. fIVKMta iivcr Yakima National Bank, North faklme. Will practice In all llm i-ourtaol th* -late and V. I, laud nfllres. ftEAVIS A MII.KOY, J $ ; *£* ATTORNEYS AT LAW. rr»»l tiraitliM. In all courts ol the state JriUTiKl atti-iithui KlVfu to all V. S. laud otßif business. Nortb Yakima, Wash. HITSON .V PARKER; «••• ****** ATTORNEYS AT LAW. (■^-.wi. •■ In Flnt Natloual Rank lliilldiuir. JJ O. MORFORD, ' ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practices In all ONN lv tho State. tsteetal attention to Collections, llltlce up stairs. -ak ima Natloual llauk HiilMing. (TI M. VANCK, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Omce over Flrat Natloual Bank, Special at* teutlon ilveu to Uud «Jil_ce business. QAVAGE A McCORMICK, PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS. Office up .lalri lv the Fshelman Bulldlnit. Yak ima Avenue. Or. Mccormick's residence Is at hl> otflie where be can ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 20 July 1893

yTHE YAKIMA HERALD. I«sil 1 l> I » 1 H» TIIIHtWI. M.OO PER ANNUM. IK ADVANCE. Al.ertran. U(i«j l>» Al-ptieitiw. ___. M. Raso. Editor and Business Manager Official Paper of North Yakima. Car STY COMMISSIONERS, PA ÜBB. It was reported to the county commis sioners that there wss $22,000 in the fnnd from the sale of bonds, which could be devoted to the payment of the bridge contracts, snd on this theor> proposals were received snd contract* let on a cash basis. Investigation disclosed that there was no such amount, which could easily have been ascertained at the treasurer's office at the time, and now to meet the deficit it ia proposed to take money from the general fund, the road and bridge fund, and the artesian well or other funds to hold for the payment of the contract ore. If this is carried out the commis sioners will ninke a serious error, although it is more probable that they would be estopped by an injunction. Citizens bold warrants which have lieen iastied for two ye...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 20 July 1893

THE YAKIMA HERALD. ruvi.si'tY. jri.Y it), isis. HERALDINC.S. Ladies try our >2 ftO fine IWnignU shoe at A holt Urns. 20*11 Ladies Ikiw opera slippers at 7", cents a pair at Schott Itros. 20-tf Endless variety at Oxford and !• inn*. shoes al S hotl Bros. 2U-lf Mrs. Henry Hrooke expects to have for her houittin Seattle Friday. Mrs. Hchannnn and her sister, Miss Ida I* Croix, left for the World's Fair Tues day. Fonmi, a lady's cloak. The owner can recover ssme upon application to .1. M Gilbert. .1 T 1.-heli,,an ii,id fnniily left for Ta coma last week. They will reside at 131- Yakiuia avenue. it is re|>orted that the engineers of the C. It. A Q. an in tl.etirand Coulee work ing towards Yakima. J. I. Mi Cufferty received |M 1 Tueeday in iiitjui tiuent of the loss sustained in the fire ten « ay- previous. J. M. Newman snd wile let last week for Ohio, the World's fair and the cap taiu's former home in Illinois. Mrs. kogers wife of the principal en ginecr of the N. I. Y. A K. l-rigat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 20 July 1893

THE YAKIMA HERALD. ■ Tirws;>..Y, jri.Y to, is9s. BOBERTJAim CHAPTER n. . riERRK DEFAjm. Wbca tbe village had settled down after tbe onn.ui.il festivities, all seemed to go merrily as a marriage bell. Even tbe lovelorn swains, now that their chances had hopelessly gone, settled down aa men utmost Invariably do to the acceptance of the inevitable. And tba village maidens, now that so danger ous a rival was removed into tbe calmer atmosphere of matrimony, conld afford to go back to tbeir loving kindness to their old companion. Marie lived in a dream of joy. She adored her lm .Intnl. und he returned her love with n young husband's plenitude of caresses. He was tender with her moth er and each evening entertained her fa ther with o host of reminiscences. The cottage became each evening a new so cial center. One after another old friends dropjied in to hear the wonderful tales which Marie's husband had to tell. Need less to suy these stories were all. or at leiv.t in groat part, in som...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 20 July 1893

M YAKIMA HERALD. TWRSOAY. JULY to, IS9S. ROBERTMAGAIRE. CHAPTER n. . PIERRE D___PA_STB. When the village had settled down after tba unusnal festivities, all seemed to go merrily us a marriage bell. Even the lovelorn swains, now that their chances had hopelessly gone, settled down as nun almost Invariably do to the acceptance of the inevitable. And tbe villa:,*).- maidens, now that so danger ous a rival waa removed into tbe calmer atmosphere of matrimony, could afford to go back to their laving kindness to their old companion. Marie lived in a dream of joy. She adored her husband, and he returned her love with a young husband's plenitudeof caresses. He waa tender with her moth er and each evening entertained ber fa ther with v host of ri-ininiacences. The cottage became each evening a new so cial center. One after another old friends dropped in to hear the wonderful tales which Marie's husband hud to tell. Need less to say these stories were all. or at lea.t in i;reat part, in some w...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 27 July 1893

VOL. V. fROFF.SSHtSAI.CAHItS. BAMuti. noaaov, CIVIL ENGINEER, U.H.DKPITVMISKRAI.SI KVEYOR ——*■ *** k k-^d a >■„. Ludi,, mm JJJ SNIVEI.Y, ATTORNEY AT law. flf^n_, m'''v_".r V*kl"'» **S*9* *_*___ North i slums Wi.i prsrtlrs mall ths courts of lbs 'late si..l i | imu _ „ m ,,, ur"u' «• RKAVIS A MILROY, I■> **■ sssvis • I a. a. « lis • ATTORNEYS AT LAW. (B^WIII tiractlc). In all l nuns si the st st ipe) is! stliutliiu (riven to all I*. ». laud ulDit MSBHsas Rertt Yakima. Wash. WIIITSONAPARKER' «"""> whithos * * i rain rsaaKß ATTORNEYS AT LAW. rVOSlie lv First National Bank Hulldiuf. s^ 0. MORIORD, ' ATTORNEY AT LAW. I'm. in *.s In all Court. In the State. Kaprrisl aiu-ntlon to I'lilltTtloiis. untie il|, stairs, Yak ima Nutitms- Hank Itiiilllllig. 'p M. VANCE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. f'fflre o\er Finn National Hank. Hpeelal at trutlon given to l-atid Ufflre business. QAVAQt A MK'OKUICK, PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS. ufti.-f up stairs in tbe Fsht.ln.Ai. Rulldlitft, Yak ima Avenue. Dr. McCo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 27 July 1893

VOL. V. PROFFSSIOXAI. CARDS. aUKOttk STORKOW, CIVIL ENGINEER, V. 8. DEPUTY MINERAI.KURVEYOR. naire with Kred X Reed* lo.lladler Mluc*. II J. HNIVEI.Y, ATTORNEY AT LAW. #_»-ii.tl.-e over Yakima National Batik. North Yakima Will practice In all the "ourt. of tht -Oato and l. H. I.ikl t,m. >•■ |{EAVIS A MILROY^ JiW.^'v ATTORNEYS AT LAW. ft*-\\\-: practice In all Court, uf the State. Ipeclal attention alien to all l". ». land oßit l,ii.in.-.. North Yakima. Waah. VY HITKON A PARKERJ I™™'™* ATTORNEYS AT LAW. fJ^Otflre lv Flrat National Rank Building, la^ (). MORKORP, • ' ATTORNEY AT LAW. riSStIStS In all lourt. lv the State. K.peetsl attention to rolleetlouN. OHtos up atair.. Yak ima National Hank lluildliiK 'J' M. VANCE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Oltlce over Flrat National Bank. Special at* leutlon given lo laud Oltlce baalne." i^avaue a Mccormick, PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS. OftW up .lair. In the Fahelman Bullillnx. Yak ima Avenue Dr. MeCormlik'a realdence la at hia offli'e where lie can be fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 27 July 1893

THE YAKIMA HERALD^ • •MIC* F.ttai TRlNtltl. IZ.OO PKR ANNUM. IS ADVANCE. iJtfdWif bin I pi knlieilm. K. M. Rsso, E I hot and BttaineM Manager Official Paper tiMi Mina. a*aa-a._-wa-M-_a._—__m—a RETROSPECTIVE ASD PRESEST. We hare seen towns rapidly built and almoat aa rapidly die down. North Yak ima wa* one of theee. The *harp chatter ol the hammer and tbe monotonous hum of Ibe saw aaa beard on every aide in 1886. Thi* »a* eight yean ago and a buay, bnt brade and unsubstantial town •as ttaat ity tlt row nt ogei her. North Yak ima ia to be a great town, waa the cry of the property holder*, but a year later the rush wa* over; the class that moves with every fresh excitement was gone, busi ness lagged, rents dropped, houses of all classes became vacant and with thoae wbo remained every character of relaxation took possession of them except faith. This wa* founded on belief in the fertility and productiveness of the aorrounding country. A few fruit trees, a patch ol alfalfa, small fields ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 27 July 1893

THE YAKIMA HERALD. thcrsoay, jcly rt, tm. HERALDINGS. William Kit rrtnrned from the Sound Monday. «.i-.irir. 8. Vance etpecta to leave (or Hi.' World* (air about tli* l.'itliol August. John Mackiunn, *r . K. J. Macklaon anil I'at -lonian l.nve relume., (mm tlii « 'helan connlrt. Mr*. M. C. Usage, ol Tacoma, arrived In the city WHnesdsy on a vl.il to her brother, Dr. McCormick. K. P. lireem- ha* fileil an apulication tor the oflk'* ol receiver ol the Yakima land district, to succeed Dr. Vi. 11. Hare. Clark Craiulall, ol Wisconsin, i* In the city on a vi_.it to his si.ier, sir*. I). C. stone, whom he bstlnot seen (or 33years. A. 0. Walker ami Dr. Hare left to-day tor a Ira d*\'a shootingon the reservation where they will be the guests ol Major Lynch. Tin-..ma .Vriri, The Yakima Herald shows signs «■( prosperity. A water motor has recently been added to ita mechanical equipment. The lit k m.ii ha* tbe distUction of lie* inn the only p*per in the northwe*t that has had the nerve to enla...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 27 July 1893

THE YATMA HERALD. THURSDAY. JVLY Fl, 1533. Hfliff CHAPTER IH. THK IUDDEX TnF.AStTtlt After a few months of married life there seemed to come some sort of change over Robert Macaire. He seemed to get rather more restless than he had beam and now and again had manifested sud den fits of passion. These occasions had generally been whim ho had been refused the loan of money by old Beaumont. Marie tried to avert such difficulties by keeping ber husband supplied with pocket money from her own earnings, but bis needs grew greater ns the time wore on. Marie, too, bad a private troublp, which was also a Joy, coming on. and she did not feel strong enough to work as bard as she would have wished. And so the time passed nntil the spring came round. Then, as the days lengthened, Robert grew later and later in his hours for coming home. More than a few times had Marie to make exensoa to her father, who now began to have doubts as to tho wisdom of the marriage. Bometimes when Rob ert came in he wa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 3 August 1893

VOL. V. /'R..W.VS/...V1/, (MAM. W VMI'KI. STOKKOW, CIVIL ENGINEER, C. S. Htl't TV MINKU U.SCRVEYOK. • iltlr Hllh .r-~l 11. Ki-nl * lo . Dndley Hlork. II J SNIVKI.Y. ATTORNEY AT LAW. gk jf"o':vf over Yakima NaMnnal Hank, North n lit ma. Will mtlei in all ihvourtsof the -fate tad V. S. land offlres. JJKAVIS A MILBOY. tiVVi^'v ATTORNEYS AT LAW. /UP-H hi i.rartlre in ill rnnrts of the State. "|h-i 1.1 atteiitlnii alvra to all I". S. laml n_ln btulMsa N.irtli Yaklms. w««h. W ymos i i-akkkk; «s»«SSr ATTORNEYS AT LAW. fy-limrr iv MM National Bank BulMiug. « O. MOKFOItn, ' ATTORNEY AT LAW. Pr«itlie« In sll Conrtii lv ths State, -.upecial ailention to I'nllei-tliiiis. OlHce up stairs, .ak* Ima Satliitial llsnk llnllillng. 'p M. vanci:, ATTORNEY AT LAW. (lif.ee over First National Bank. Special at tention alien In laml (l.llce lni«itie«. QAVAOa A M.CORMICK, PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS. Dlllre up «'»lrl In the Klhelman BHlMlllS, Yak Ima Avenue. I>r. Mei'ormli k'l re»lileui-e Is al hU otlee wh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 3 August 1893

THE YAKIMA HERALD. IIIIED BTKMY TRIB»11. •1.00 PKR ANNUM. IN ADVANCK. •UnrtUif KtUs l>» lffMta- K. M. Rbsd. Editor and Rusiness Manager Official Paper of North Yakima. SEATTLE'S VSITY. Th* country ia juat now gating at Se attle with some astonishment and much admiration. While tba bank* ol Port land, Spokane and Tacoma have gone down before tbe financial blaat, not one of thoae of Seattle have cloned their door*, nor have they given any outward indication of distress, if such waa felt. Tbe safety of the banks meant the stabil ity and continued grow tli ot tbe city, and an advertisement such as could not be bought lor money. With that unity of purpose that haa always characterize the citizens of Seattle they determined to stand together and weather tbe storm un der any and all circumstances No jeal ousies, such aa are said to have precipit ated the firat Spoknne failures, were per mitted to e_Hst. The lawyers were pledged not to enforce outside collections, and th* banks engaged e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 3 August 1893

THE YAKIMA HERALD. THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1993. HERALDINGS. Born, Saturday, July 2;'. to the wife of Moaea Ward, a son. Rev. Oeorge A. Fair and bride returned home on Thursday last. Mrs. Harry Spinning is in Kittitas county csmping with friends. L. K. Sperry returned Sunday from a brief trip to Tacoma and Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. Theo Steioer returned from Fish lake Thursday morning. Born, at Yakima City, Fridsy, July l!M, to Ihe wife of James McCorrosck, a son. Vi. P. Bird, suditor of the Northern Pa cif -, spent Monday and Tuesday in the The city hydrants have been painted a solferino color under direction of the fire department. Thoinss Lund has sold out his busi ness it lf.i-.lj n and will concentrate all „l his interests m Yakima. liepnty Marshal Sara Vinson spent Sunday in the city and was sccompsnied to Spokane hy Mrs. Vinson. Mrs. Fred Thompson, who has lieen visiting relatives in the city, will leave for her home in Tacoma Friday. In the re -cut adjustment of postmss ters' sslari...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 3 August 1893

THE YAKIMA HERALD. TJIURSi.AY, AUGUSTS, itJt. ROBERT MACAIRE. CHAPTER IV. TBE OENDAMOB. There was but little sleep in the cot tage that night. The whole party, ex cept Mme. Beaumont, were each trying to outwake the other. Robert wanted an opportunity to dig up the hidden money, so also Beaumont, and each with an entirely different motive, while pooT Marie, witb increasing dread, wanted to be rid of the money at any cost, for sbe feared that Robert might nt any mo ment find it in her pocket, from which she had not darc«l to remove it lest he should discover her in the net. Added to all this pain was the anguish of entil ing motherhood and the fear that the Tcry strain which she was now undor.ji* ing might imperil tbe life of her nnlH.ni child. Seeing that she was not sleeping. Rob crt in his impatience flung himself noi sily about, and by the sound he thus made in his impatient anger deterred tin old man from ventnring forth to seek the safety of his money. When the little household ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 10 August 1893

WOL. V. I PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ■Hint STDKROW, CIVIL ENGINEER, U, s HKI'LTV MINKBAL-'URVEYOK. Hfficewiih Fred R. Reed* Co.Do«lley Rloek. II J. SSIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. ftf • ■ Otm Yakima National Dank, North Fsklma. Will p'silln. mall thaourtsof the _tste and I*. H. land ofllres. |{KAVIS A MII-KOY. |»QS ATTORNEYS AT LAW. fjv-WHI pnw'tlre In all Courts of the State ")»■•. i»l stH'iitl.iii _tt\fn to all T. ri. laud office baalD«eM. North Yakima. Want). W I.ITS(»N ft PAHKEU| 'SS'SmT ATTORNEYS AT LAW. fjp-ilfflre 111 First National Bank Biltldlnr. D (). MOKFOU!', ' 'ATTORNEY AT LAW. PrasHSM In sll <'onrts In the state. K.pi-clal atti'iitl'in to «'olliM'tlom. Office up stslrs. - sk mis Sslional llsuk llinldinß. 'V* M. VANCE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. office over Kind National Hank. Special at tcntliin gITSS to I snd O lice bnslneas. S^AVAtiE ft MiCURMICK, PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS. Office up «islr« lii the Kshelmau Bulldlnß. Yak Ima Avenue. Ur. McConnli-k'a residence Is al hi- office where he c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 10 August 1893

YAKIMA HERALD. m- _—_ I tret KB KVSiMT THIIISM. ».'.OO PER ANNUM. IN ADVANCE. Mrtfthiit tats* (>■ A^li«li«»- E M. Rikh. X litor and Business Manager Olcial Paper of North Yatiia. THE DISHONEST DOLLAR. The Philadelphia Ledger't estimate of tbe situation in the statement that no national crisis sines the wsr has been so vital aa the present will be approved by every one who possesses sn adequate conception of the conditions now existing. Those whi-.h now confront na in the financial and commercial world have lieen foreseen by many, and, while the precipice has perhaps lieen reached sooner than was anticipated, no one wholtrd any clear ki.owle.__;.. of the elementary laws ol social economy conld doubt what the inevitable end would be. It is s function of government to define the dol lar, prescribing the amount of metal that it shall contain, and affixing its eertifi "" este of weight snd fineness to each coin, but the government can no more deter mine tbe purchasing value of gold an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 10 August 1893

SHALL HOFI IK ENGLAND. Dronth tad ihe Rid Spider Bits Con bleed to Destroy tbe Hop. Tli* I .kin,. Isil. in l-rlme I • •.«! tl.n an* l.t.so> Are 8n«,.nl Over the Prospect.--ra.r « -.p la ■'wi.iinp. Il is now generally atneeded tbat th* bop crop in England wilt amount to little or nothing. Th* bine ha* Buffered from drouth in nearly all of tli* yards. The Kentish '_».«<ri,rr'i correspondent semis th* following from tha Weald nl Kent: "A few showers have fallen in some parishes sine* last Thursday* issue, and a* I write there i* an appearance <d more to follow, but up to the present there has not been anything like sufficient to do the plant any good, beyond washing apd freshing the bin* and destroying th* web ol the red spider Thi*, however, is something to be thankful lor and as far as appearance* go the plantations certainly look better than they did a week ago; but I sin very much afraid that rain, how ever aoon it com**, will not be soon enough to increase the crop to any...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 10 August 1893

YAKIMA HERALD. THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, 1993, READY TO "PREACH YCARB OF BTUDVING COVERED BY 1 THEOLOGICAL STUDENT. A Mlnlatar'a Training t'sually Beftna al __!!!• Mnttier'a Knee, and II la (irnrrall) Twenty War. Ijitrr When lla <; ruiluatri ■a n Pall He,l C , ,| l-rwnehar. 'Yon read tha otberrtny." said aprom iro-nt clergyman. 'of the commencomenl exercises of Princeton theological semi nary and of the graduation of 54 stu dents Then- wa* nothing about that to attract public att'titmn. and very likely you «lid not g«'t further into the article than the hea«llines It meant M more voting clergymen in the world, that wa* all. to most people Bnt to a man who has been through the training that haa jnst ended for thus*, boya it means a great ileal moro I never read of n sem iniiry cotiuueucenient v.-ithont feeling thankful thut ao many moro students have polled through safely ■There ia not mnchflcneral knowledge of the lalmr rwinlreil in ths making of a .'lnrgyinan People could easily find...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 August 1893

VOL. v. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. gVMUKL BTORROW, CIVIL ENGINEER, U. 8. DEPUTY MINERALxrRVEYOR. OIBc« with Fnd R KselA Co, Dudley Block TT J. BNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. M titles nr.r Ysklms National Bank. Nortli Y.Tim. Will iirsi'iii'i- lv all tkt'ourUol the ■>t«t« and I. K. laml otltctt. GRAVIS A MILROY. ,J ; »»» ATTORNEYS AT LAW. f__f*\ "I praetlrs In all Courts of tbo State fractal attention irlren lo all V. S. land 11IH1 hualnma. Nurtb Yakima. Waah. WHITSON A I'AKKERI """> wniT.ni W I mm rsaasa ATTORNEYS AT LAW (•"■entice In Firm National Bank Building. g t O. MORFORD, ATTORNEY AT LAW. rrartlrn In all Conrt* In tha Stata. Kspeclsl attention lo Collections, iirtlie np stair*. Yak Ima National Hank Hullillng. t£ M. VANCE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. i UTiii- over first National Bank. Special at trillion riven lo I.nml OlHce bualneM. lavage a Mccormick, PHYSICIANS & StJRGEONS. Office np •tain In tbe Rahelman Ruttdiatt. Yak ltna Arenne. Ur. McCormlck'a resldeu<-e Is a' his office where h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 August 1893

THE YAKIMA HERALD. ISSI f.» I Vfltl THI H.DII. |MX) PKB ANNUM. IN ADVANCE. MnrtMif Uin Ipsa Vpplirali.i. W. W. WATgOV, I Jas It CAT.. Editor. I Itit.ftieM Manager. Official Paper of North Yakima. CHANGE OF MANAGEMENT. With tbia issue ol Thi Yakima Herald tbe new management, with James R. Coe ss busii ess manager and Vi. W. Watson as editor, modestly makes its obeisance to tbe many patrots of this paper. Rather than consume valuable space with a prolix declaration of purposes, we will say brieiiy thst the character of the paper we issue may determine lor us the meed of public favor to which our t ffori shall entitle us. Ths Hihai.d, it should be added, will remain a Arm and stesdfast sd ocate ol Democratic principles, while ila first and chief effort will be earnestly devoted to the promotion of the material interests of North Yakima and the vast country of rich resources tbat surrounds and sup ports it. It will be our sincere endeavor to main tain lor The Hkbai i> the enviable di...

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