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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 7 December 1893

GATHERED ABOUT HOME Personal, Social and Business Eients Localij Important. ROTES FROM THE MADDING THRONG. A 1.r1.l ol Uaaala, ■•!•• «•• »"• « ■■« lane), I«uiariin la Active Life, Drill of I'npulnr karrulanan and ■Java Itcaas uaaerallr- Hitter Rros. sell winter underwear at cost. Rev. J. T. Kshelman is over on a visit from Tacoma. The ennnty commissioner* meet again on the 15th inst. Winter hosiery headquarters at Hitter Bros, sold at coat now. Wjorn, at North Yskima, Dec. 3, to the wife of H. L Walen. a boyj Mr. S. <i. Cmnilall, of Tacoma, waa in the city the first of the week. W. II (jetts and wife returned to-day alter a protracted eastern trip. Mr- Frances Tuslin left Monday for a visit with relatives in the east. A. W. Kngle, of Scuttle, has been in the city several days this week. District court adjourned Tuesday to set again next Monday, when jury trials will begin. Mrs. W. T. X irk uiui has been quite ill for several days past, but is now conval escing. \ Thomas Johnson, ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 7 December 1893

iTlttl P ft I Ul\ 1 DIJUV I liA'dAll OIUJDI I BjJQ. BETHinni KW*«tlt>t> »«• »» American fraaa Aaw-rta- Uat.l CHAPTER T. rot.smi >utTBOK xam a bkilliast d» rLAT Or*Blßt BKIIX.' Between 9 and 10 o'clock on tbo fol lowing tii'jrning the heavy knocker of the n-siili-nce of the late Miss Lirermoro was mmiithd. an J the maid who answered it found tin rotnml Mr. Simpson awaiting lw» -WjUi a jalite bow ho asked: Is Mi« Oilder mr •She in." was the nnexpected reply. l)j you wish to see-her?" 'It'it isco&TPnirat £A hor to receive a brief basinc?* rail. I wiUbo obliged." <fbt<wrr<uit drew back' thaMoor. uudhe •topped into the hall. Thero was no reason for Mr. Simpson assuming any other namu than his own, for no one be f aides Manson Buspocted his identity ot i ■ i.^ssin EUcnvtlle.* CTvief Varick ha*! sent one of his men diroct to Dr. Moid ho»T, who wQs'thns pl*coil on his guard. He dpemed it. \\ i^n t.i send another trnst ed p*r»6n, of whbni the phjiocian should tnow nothi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 14 December 1893

VOL V. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. JOHN A. BROWN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, H»Mt»ti)li)ii4 • law offlre Id the K>hrlmau tiumliii* « ill wtc ti'i' in all court* ol the state TJ J. HNIVEI/Y, ATTORNEY AT LAW. f»nHre mm Yaklma National Bank, Nnrtb Vakltna. Will practice In nil thteonrtaof the 8t«t« ail'l I. S. U'.m) i>'li.<« |{EAVIS A MILROY, , {;««» ATTORNEYS AT LAW. /■^•Ulll iirai-tliv In all Courts ol the «»tc ► ).<■■ ml aUctitlnu given tn nil 0. S. land ofllce bimliifits. North Yaklina, Wash. \\ '»™« * PAKKEKj BS?,BSr ATTORNEYS AT LAW. faF"oUire in Flrat National Bank Building. C O. MOKKOKD, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practloct In all ronrla in the State. Estx-elal atti-ntliin tn CollctlmiK. Office »i> stairs. Yak- Ima HaUoMl Hank HuiMlng. •p m. vancl;, ATTORNEY AT LAW. I OfTlro over First National Bank. Special at ' ltlon giriMi Co I Rii'l Oltlee business. JTRED MILLER, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Orrici with H. J. snivsly. I'nited Stati v Land Offire Praeiiw a Specialty. TKA M. KRUTZ, . ATTORNEY AT LAW,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 14 December 1893

HERALD, iaWVW ETBRV TniNIDU. |2.00 PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. Hfertiiiu lab* Ctti I»»liati«. WILL W. WATSON, Editor and M an*g*r. OMal Paper of Mi Mia. THREE IMPORTANT CAB%B. Tbe decision of that local land office has been reversed by tuecoinmissiontr of the general land office in the contest cases of Overhaiser vs. Walker, Rudkin vs. Cooi tr •nd Overheisar vs. Spencer. Thee* weie a ! deaert land claims made under the set of March S, 1877, and contested on the grounds of non-compliance with that law and the law of March 3, 1891. Tbe Ixral office held that the act of March 3, 1811 accords to tbe entrymau under the former act the right to ao additional yenr on proof, within four years from filing, that $3 per acre has been expended and one-eighth of tbe claim cultivated, as required by the later act. This seems u> be the intent of the statute, and was tht interpretation of it by the local officers. The commissioner held that proof of the expenditure of $3 per acre must be made at tha e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 14 December 1893

GATHERED AEODT HOME Personal, Soda! and Business Efeot. Locally Important. NOTES FROM THE IADDITIG THRONG. A <-rl -I ol «.0..1p. HH. ■■! fail and >•■■.,, »lo» rtnrntm •■ Active I llr, l»f 111 of I'npular «pi-t ulalinn and N. « • I I. 1... «••••• I»H» • IIV *ill $art you big money on boolt and thitft. Don't furgtt if when you uanl a pair. Coffin Brot. 47tf Farmer White came to town on Mon day ami with him came a vicious dog. He tiexl h'm team it Mm corner of Second street and Yakima avenue and with the wagon the dog remained. Several little tioy-i wer> playing in the street and one of them, little Tommy Orainey, ran across the thoroughfare. As he did so the big dog run out Iron! his bivouac tinder the wagon ami caught the urchin by the leg, •inking his teeth in the tli-eli and making a painful wound. Ily-tanders who saw the savage canine's attack on the inoffen sive b«y called a police officer and hail the dog arrested. What came of the vicious animal in not known in this of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 14 December 1893

""fefire leaving EHravitle Manarm . 4* lotne inquiries, th* remit of which *j not altogether aatiafactory. H* *" md that the peddlers had never been toted for the ■wpoctod robbery of I m Uvermor*. Thar* was considor- ( I* -nspicion erprmuil concerning ! m, bat It never want to the point of rfering with their movements. Dr. Maidhoff told m* that those 3 men were arr**ted and subjected to id examination without proving any ng against them. What couldhisob t have been 1b deceiving me?" t waa hard to answer the question, tor all it did not *eem of special im rtance, and h* soon dismissed it from i thoughts, fho agent at Ellenville remembered it the two men had bought ticket- for wtnt about 90 mile* away. Tho fact at it wa* In th* direction of New York k nsed Manson some aneasiness, for hi* a was that they might elude him by , ing straight to the metropolis and sail- Z % for Europe. He decided that if he i mid find they had gone directly to the I :y ha would telegraph to Chief Varick i i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 21 December 1893

VOL. 7. PROnsSKtSAL CAKOB. JOHN A. UIOWN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, lla>«vuMl>h,- • Uw oRIM in the Kaiirlman , Miw v ». ..-. ,«■ lii all rourti ol the itatr ATTORNEY AT LAW. f»i)ffiv over YakimaHa«lon»l Bank. Knrtb V«klm« Will pmrtlrr Id all tht 'ourUol the gtatcand 0. x. land offl<*«. J{EAVW* MILROY. •'s■£«■ ATTORNEYS AT LAW. aWWin pro-tire in «ll Court* of th« Btat». g|*Hal .it. uili.n Klven to all V. 8. land offlw builnrM. N>rtb Yakima. With. HITBON APABKERj »«%«-p ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Jttf omit in Pint National Bank Bnlldinf. g O. MORFORD, . ' ATTORNEY AT tAW. Practice! In all Courts In the State. E»t>«lal attention to Collei-timm. i mice up attire. Yak Ima National Bank Building. 'J- M. VANCE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. *'Vl*lee over Firm National Bank. Special at '.A. alon (lren to Land (Mike bnalnen. I „____ pRED MILLER, ATTORNEY AT LAW. OrriCl WITH H. J. SHIVBLY. UiiM SUtw lai Office Purl ire a SfeeUlt;. JRA M. KRUTZ, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Formerly H«l«ter of th* I!, s. I and Office ai ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 21 December 1893

Fvakima herald. K» KTBBI XMIP1»O*» ITEB ANNUM, IS ADVANCE. WILL W. WATSON, Editor and Manager. flMallSTWYa^ JUSTICE AND INJUBTICE. It is a melancholy fact thai the United rtales la a country where a man who commits a Border haa a better chance of escaping punishment than a man who steals a loaf of bread. Id 1892 there were 4290 persons murdered in the United Ststes. On the aids of punishment on.v 103 were, legally executed. Irregular jus tice was more successful, 126 being lynched. When less than three per cent. of murders are punished by law, it is manifest that something is wrong with the administration of just ice. It woald not be a matter of great im portance that a thousand or more mur derers who ought to have been hanged had been allowed to die at the hands of a doctor instead of toe hangman, if the evil ended there. But it happens that the immunity, or inadequate punishment of these murderers, encourages other thousands to commit the same crime. The lax administration of the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 21 December 1893

GATBEREDABOUT HOME Personal, Social U Bnstaess Eitib Locally iportant. NOTES FEOI THE UDDING THRONG. A «.rl»l of «.»..lp. I*. •• fat I mil »«ll< J , loiriarnlllll »i !!»<• 111.. Drill of P«pltliir »». •■ l» I ion mid t News H'mi Uitnali. ■0 wm i/o* big m.»»v on fcoofj ami tkne* l>vn< forftt it •It you want a *J*ir »La Brt4. 47tf *¥&«■ Musi>»le," the meooi of the aerie* of "Parlor n»M»."!o aid of the Yfkinta library, is creating qulie astir among the tmuii'-al oeopJ*- of this city and it promises to be a most instructive as well aa entertaining afternoon. Mrs J. M Gilliert will cive an original pa|ier on the "Old Masters," ami ot leant two selections will he given by different ladie* from each of the composers mentioned. Thli rich treat will be within the reach of all, aa the tickets for the whole series are but $1, or 25 cents for each of the after Doons. This "Mnsicale," will I■< held at Mrs. Wm. K. l'rosscr's on January fi, the first Saturday afternoon of nex...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 21 December 1893

mmm — _ faimfiii *——""—... — T ' Xfce .i^f^tive lost no time. The ap pjttaot of tha room *howed t hut tbt (tto occnpunts expected to return, for a adiniH' 1 «f their trumpery lay about t h. door, »nil »>m« of their extra clothing W a» fonpended from the hooks in the doart. Recalling where be bad heard that pe culiar noise when listening the niKlit be for«', Manson began a careful entrain* lon of the mrbaae running along thr ricli> of the room next to bis own. ■ 'They were at work tomewhere near that ipot," he said, looking keenly at the portion near the corner of the apart ment "I beard them using their knife fur a good while. They are ennniny workers at that tort of thing and have concealed their work well." When some minutes passed without bii . discovery, a feeling of donbt crept into bis mind, and he asked himself whether it waa not some trick, after all which they were playing npon him. ■If it waa, I cant suspect its nature bat I'll find out" There was so little light in ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 28 December 1893

VOL. V. nioFHSSIOSA I. CAHI'S. JOHN A. MOWN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Ha«»«TaMliti'-l ■ law office In the HMM bullilinc Mlli orri in flu all c..u:t. ..( theaute "JJ J. SNIVKLY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. •W-Offlre nvrt Yaaiina National Hank. North Yakliua Will prartlr* In all t lit court! of tile tiUteaml D, It MM MM Kkavis a HTUtOY. i J tH*!5! l«II. MII.KOY ATTORNEYS AT LAW. -S^r»\VIII atfUW In all Cialla "f thi- rttate. g|,~.inl attention blhmi tci all I' t. laii'l ofllcr bnillivan. Nnrtli Yakima. Wa»h. 11/UinCM ai-akkkr; j>'«n "•""•i" 1 wv 1 FKKj) rARKER ATTORNEYS AT LAW. 1 CVOfllce lv First National Bank RulMlng. I ATTORNEY AT LAW. Prnetlron 111 all rniirtu In the Stale. F«pci'lal attention to ColUrtlona, mlioc up ilaira. Yak Ima National Bank HniMlnf. rr> M. VANCK, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Olnre over Klr^t National Bank. Ipaetal at Frion given to I.aml Offlet liaslnf, RED MILI.KR, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Ornr« with 11. J HIHt tiitfil Statrs Land Office Practice a Specialty. TUA M. KKUTZ, ATTORNEY AT LAW,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 28 December 1893

E->*A HERALD. ■»■■» THtUDiI. J FER ANN CM, IN ADVANCE. Mwrfabt faUs But ayytoii**. WHI W. WATSON, Editor and If anagar. iriaT Paper of WfYalia. COOtQkESa AND THE TARIFF. Tha ways and means committee of the house of representatives baa reported a new tariff bill to Ibe bonae for considera tioD. The aommitte* in charge of the bill limited the bearing* before the com mittee to a apace of about two weeka, thai (bowing a resolute parpoae to carry forward to a speedy conclusion the im portant work committed to it. The work waa began not a moment too soon. More than a year haa already passed since the emphatic verdict of the people, which amounted toalmoa) a political revolution, was rendered in lavor of a redaction ol the tariff and charged President Cleve land and a Democratic congress with the duty of carrying their verdict into effect. Two years before tbe McKinley tariff had been condemned by an overwhelming majority of tbe voters of our xmntry and, iftcr a free and fair discussion...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 28 December 1893

TEACHERS' CONTENTION A Very Interesting Meeting of PralMit Sttte Educators. BYERETT THE PUCE HEXT TEAR. The likloia rubllr rrQl«uii«l I * • •• ir.l.lurd H) I rudllr IH.c ■»|OB • •f Maollonal Hauler* I.oral I* TMI •!■!•■ The State Teachers' association, of Washington, convene<l in thin city oo Wednesday morning *l Mason's opera house at 10 o'clock. Representative teacher* from all portion* ol the itate were in attendance, but the number of teat-hen present was not as large as ex pected. WEDNESDAY'S SESSION. President Barnard, ol Seattle, called the meeting to order. Miss Emms Shum way, o( M-.it'lc, *v* tin n introduced Ma read a paper on "General History—lts Place and Purpose." The paper was dis cussed by the association. A paper on "Principles ami Methods," prepared by J. S. Lewis, of Tacoma, wa» read by Mr. Roberts, the discussion of which was led by J. M. Sheffield, of Everett. "Labra tory Physics" was a paper read by O. L. Waller, of Pollinan, and discussed by W. M. Heiney, of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 28 December 1893

vvmnv •» Msanoaii Mess mnoutwd, «■• H CHAPTER VIU. H (Continued.) ■"If Ida eewaeotk* la a guilty one. he ■oat hare been a wan of the false rubv. ■•"Not necessarily, for we are not cer ■kt thoee two native* did no* bring it pa them from India." Otat if the coanterfeit has been the papanion of the genuine for many ■sVa, then the doctor has aided in de ■tving them, and the part he played Has a commendatory one," ■J "Undoubtedly, if yonr premiaee sire Hknct; but, if I may be allowed to-fcaz ■M a gness, it ia that the doctor sold the Hal gem to the fellows, and they hare ■ssd the imitation for their own stcnr ■y. Bear in mind, howerer, that this is ■ftly a guest on my part, inspired per ■japs by the knowledge which I used to Have of Dr. Maidhoff years ago, when ■c and I were claasmates in college. It ■lay be that Simpson has made diacov- which will completely change the ■toe of affairs. I am expecting a dla- Hatch from him this evening." I "I came near forgetting one thing, ■t. Varick," ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 4 January 1894

Ha* established a law* offin* lv the Kshetman building « 111 IMlrliia in all conrts ol the stale. TT I. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. am n-ii.-r ran Yakima National Rank. North Vallum will practice iv all therourteof tbe -•nre in ' I' S. lainl _HM JJKAV.SAMILROY, |* *_ «^'_ i ATTORNEYS AT LAW. I am*-*HI pnutlcs In all court" n( tbe i-iate. Spuclal alteiitlon given to all 0. S. land ofllee buatncav N.irth Yakima. Wa»h. IVHITHON A PARKER) «'""• whitsoh v 1 rmcD ; mam AT LAW. gtf-oltlc* in Flnit National Bank Bullying. W" 0. MORFORO, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practices lv all r.nirt. In the state. Especial attention to Collections. Office up stairs, Yak ima National Hank Building. •J* M. VANCE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office over Flr«t National Bank. Special at tention glveu to Lainl 1 iil'u-f business. URED MILLER, \ ATTORNEY AT LAW. OrrlCS WITH H. J. SBIYILY. States land Office Practice a Sp-wWtj. I R\M. KRUTZ, ATTORNEY AT LAW, •^"•r'V \lstcr ot tha It. 8. Land Office al ! North YIK oiDee. Ward Block. D...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 4 January 1894

THE YAKIMA HERALD. I mi ED IVtHI Till H*DrS I . (!.0O FER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE, r Afarttriai tatw Cpaa Afflkatfw. Will W. WATSON, Editor snd Manager. , I TO FORTUNESI _f _ Every rich merchant ob u talned his wealth by 1-dtc t T ious advertising and rarelul ■ M attention to the'results —i go ....... * I ,_ No merchant,; however *** _ g capable and cantions In the , jj o management of his bsslness. < _ 8 ever succeeded w-tihout news 1 i. Jl paper advertising. «!_>•- T These truths apply with > fi §" equal lorce to any line ol S '-3 human effert In the business S a world. RELIEF AT LAST. The Republic Is sorry to state that the questir n ol re-organlzation is unlikely to come up before the general election In May, solely because n>. vacancy exists In the couucll-whlch varm-ej might be wed as a pretext for calling the special election. The petition reads, however, "at thi next special or general election," and the whole question Is simply held in abeyance until Ma next.—Yakima R...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 4 January 1894

fr home! Pil, Social tod Bnsloess Im**, Locally Important. NOTES FROM THE MADDING THROI' A -rl.n .| mmsstm, His- •« ra., aa* fancy. .M-vnr.-ala la A-U.r Mfe. | Brill -I Popal.ir *p*-a !•.,•_ aaa A ttimri, ael.rrally. Zf George T. PritclW^^e''f'r known aa , the "Roy Pr.-m-tier," arrived at Ellens | burjh a few days ago from the west. He immediately began to "spread out." leaa ed forty aires of land, announced that he would plant hops in the spring, bought lumber, built a house and also purchased one nf the finest teams in the valley. He alao "got into" some of the merchants on the representation lhat he had a letter nf ' credit for $40 0. Christmas night he promenaded in a grand march at the ball ' in the armory. Since then he has not ' been seen and bis departure is mourned I by many. He left the team at a stable ' f the owner recovered it. < Ifficera de- ' ie him as 22 veara old, I feet 7 Inchea eight, weighs IM pounds, dark eyes | and moustache. He was a great , cigarette smoke...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 4 January 1894

•oevmoHT ay AMmoan mas* *aa-ca*noN, wm CHAPTER IX. (Con tinned. _ uej uon s mean to be Interrupted," waa hia conclusion, "and I don't thin.: there Is much danger of tbeir being over heard." The attempt, however, which he In tended to make In that direction was (rostrated in an nnexpected manner He supposed tbey wonld seat theni •elvc-s in tbe lower sitting room or par lor, lint they did neither. The sudden flaring of a light in the upper front room (which had,rev idently been ocenpied by the late invalid) showed they hail gone t hither for the purpose of greater privacy, The Scheme, therefore, of creeping up lc tiuath the window and listening, in the 1 ■ iiie of catching a word or two. waa nipped in the bud. detective passed among tbe trees hock and forth until he hail surveyed the Front nnd each of the single aide .ws. Tho former were impenetra bly screened by curtains, as was the oni on tho left, but the one on the right had it* i-urt.-iiii raised abont half way to the top. Whethe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 11 January 1894

VOL. V. NORTH YAKIMA. WASHINGTON. THTTRSnA V TVVIAUV ll ifiQl — ——-—----____________________ _________L~~~l'_ *•———-"i v-~-_.lv/-js_uaa * a., *<-'«• _>\_/. ,J1 J PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ]T J. rWMVKI.Y, ATTORNEY AT LAW. #]^r*OTIi-e over Y.klma National Bank, North Yakima. Will pr.. n... in all th. "ourtsol the state ami I' t, land office.. UKAVIS A MII.ROY, jJ a. ...vis I S. B. MM,SOI ATTORNEYS AT LAW. gm~"tll l.raetlre In all lolirt* ol the Slate. Sfierls! sit.-iitlon given to all I. ft. laud offlce basluess. North Yakima, Wash. WHITSON A I'AKKKRI «nwn whitsoh I \ I rnr.i, t-ARKr.R ATTORNEYS AT LAW f^-nnii-i- In First National Bank Building. J^ O. MOKKORI), ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practices In all t'onrts In the State. Especial attention to Collections utllce up stsirs. Yak ima National Hauk llulliilllg. rr M. VANCK, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Offlco over Flint National Bank. Special at tentlon given to 1-and omi-^bnslness. P-tSO MILLKR, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Orrirs with 11. J. Hnivslt. MM Statu Und Ol...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 11 January 1894

_IH£ YAKIMA HERALD. iwtift mrmmm -rmvmamav. $100 FEB AKIfClf, IH ADVANCE. M-nrtUaC fate Vft iwhitte WILL W. WATSON, Editor and Manager. TO FORTUNEK_r ? j Every rich state-sat ob- A ** tains- his wealth . Jodie • v less advsrtlalag snd car*fat "i " attention to tbe malts. fi -;._.„; A ja - capable and cautions In tbe S' 1 I .Z 3 management ol hit basinets, "■"{ _ 8 srsr taeeeaded wltboat newt ' _ •- Pap" -drertlalnf. a 3 J _\ j5 y Theae trmtbi apply with *— a eow-l lores to any line of _ '-_ % human effort io tha bualaeaa 8 - world. AN OBJECT LESSON ON TARIFF. When Chairman Wilson of tbe wsys aad means committee, wbo is the author of tbe Wilson bill now before the national congress, makes a talk on the tariff sub ject he has many anxious snd interested listeners. In s speech in ths house on Monday last hs said many things, sup porting hisstslements with official figures, that should be reproduced In every school district in the Isnd. The American peo ple have given this administratio...

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