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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 11 January 1894

>"%D ABM HOME Pet * J, Social tod Business Events Locally Important NOTES FROM THE MADDING THRONG. ■«fl%l af <i*aala>, an* al fail ana ammTr,Jsa\Tmrnt* In Active 111.. t>a^o Papular *prrulauan ana Nfw* liema ... T.i mil, . The "ChriMlomathian" society held its flrst regular uncling at the Christian ' church on Friday evening, January 5. Tho society mtt December 1:1 and effected a permmieiit organization with the fol lowing olllcers (or Hip first quarter: ( Pr.TrHent.C. J. Mcintosh; vice president. Mist Mary Lee; recording secretary, Mise , Cary; corre«|ionding secretary, Mr. Bart well; lirra 1. mi secretary, Miss Mender tMj treasurer, C. J. Hare; critic, M. L. Rose: musii-al directur. Miss Ellie Cnry ; I rairsh.il, J. Curry ; d.'puly marshal, Miss Lee. The object ol Ihe society as stated in the constitution is "general literary, social nnil religious culture, and parliamentary practice." The first regular meeting was an enthusi astic one. The literary programme ' Was ren...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 11 January 1894

so»>sK_»t mt amenta**, suss* am-cia-iois.*** CHAPTER X. (Continued, i -You belong to tha house back yon der. I have just come from near there i and I wish to tell you that Dr. Maidhoff, Mis* Gilder aad yourself are in great danger." The servant waa In the act of brushing ! past, when at theae words she stopped : abruptly.and looking affrightedly at him gasped: "I don't understand you. What do you meanr "Just what I aaid: I aaw you come out of tha house and started to apprise you of your and their peril." The woman was too alarmed to inquire bow it waa that this stranger knew ao much, or to suggest that tha most sensi hie ••ours* was for her to hasten back into the town and secure hglp She could only wait 'What ahall I do? Uh. what can I doT -Do just as I tell you. and all will be well—walk directly onward, turn into the gate and enter the front door aa yon intended to do, and when once in the house inform the doctor and your young missis of their danger." "But—but the dreadful pe...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 18 January 1894

yOL- V- __ NORTH YAKIMA, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 1894. NoTU v PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Yf_ *-. CV.IYEI.Y, ATTORN RY AT LAW. gm OtAn over Yakltn. Nation.! Bank, North Yakima, will prai-tlr. In all t h.-oortsol th. State and U. 1 l.ml offlres. HEAVIS A MILROY, |>■ » »savis I a a. si-aov ATTORNEYS AT LAW. gm—,'x, prariire lv .11 ronrts ol the "late Hp^-LI alt.-irtlnti Klvpn to all I . 8. laud offlcs business. Sort!-. Yakima, Wash. WHITSON APARKERt *"*•» "hitsou >> I rain i-*bssh ATTORNEYS AT LAW gtroftc* In First National H.i.k Rullillnf. 0. MORFORD, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practices In all Courts lv Ilie Slate. Especial attention to irollertlotiN. ofAr-e up stairs. Yak lina National Hauk HnlMlng. _ M. VANCE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office over First National Bank. Hjwrlal at tention given to l.Hii'l Office buwlnens. pRED MILLER, ATTORNEY AT LAW. orrii-1 with li J. Snively. I nitrd Stxtm Und Offirr Pradife s Speriallv. TRA M. KRUTZ, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Formerly Kcjrlstcr of ths V. H. land...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 18 January 1894

THE YAKI^HERALD. iw et r.vr.mv thi mama ». gtM PER ANN CM, IN ADVANCE. MnrtUgg lai« l>i i^Gote. WILL W. WATSON, Editor and Manager. Oicial Paperll"SS Yatfia. A DAMAG INO ELEMENT. Uverniore, a disappointed and dis irrnnlled office-seeker in Port Townsend, has. with the servile aid of a coterie ol willing henchmen, been hounding Col l-M-tor Saunders for the past two or three «ee_s for alleged party offenses until t'mally public sentiment revolted and now the tables are very positively turned against the courageous collector's uncon scious pursuers. The aforesaid Liver mure was president of an alleged Demo cratic club in Port Townsend and his temporary ad -antage in that position enabled him to plan and execute a con temptible job against the collector. This was done because of Livermore's disap pointment in not receiving a place of preferment in some local sinecure. Learning of a slight disaffection in the pari v ai Port Townsend, the Post-Intelli gencer sent a correspondent down t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 18 January 1894

6ATEERED ABOUT HOME Personal, Social tod Business Etents Locally Important. NOTES FROM THE MADDING THRONG. a MM at livaaia,, nn, at la. I ana inner, 'im . m< ni. in Active Life, I), in of Popular Spi. alatian ana News lie... nel.rr.il,. Tho commercial club proposition it materalizing most encouragingly. Tho meeting held at the Yakima club rooms on Tuesday evening resulted in the tirst act of tho organization. Dr. Hare, ss president of the Yakima club, celled the assemblage to order and announced the gmnmn At the convolution of business men. Mayor Win. K. l'russer was chosen chairman and \V. \V. I.oepor, secretary. After a thorough discussion of the mat ter, three committees ol thne members each, were appointed as follows: Solicit ing committee —K. K. Benson, 11. M. McKitinoy snd 3. 11. lirrer—a happy selection of men who have acquired envi able distinction as rustlers. On constitu tion—-J. T. Kingsbury, 11. J. Kuechler and.1..1. Carpenter—ar. excellent com liiiliii'. On articles ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 18 January 1894

cones-NT a- Mtemo-nmeat assooistkji. m CHAFTER XII. (Continued, r The lamp in front of the gate eaat a weak light for a short distance, being maintained by tha town of Ellenville. which was obliged to keep it going every night nnleas the moon was kind enough to render it unnecessary. The same impulse which canard Max Manson to saunter through the disagree able night to thia lonely spot led him si lently to entrg tbe gate and approach the building, which was Invisible in the gloom. He walked lightly, as though be feared to be detected, but surely be had nothing to apprehend of that nature. Ho made a circuit of the structure, glancing up at the windows and picking his way with care, for he was liable to collide with the limbs and trunks of trees at any moment. "I suppose those old walls could tell many strange tales if tbey bad tongues, but so could every dwelling of man. They are now deserted and may remain ao for weeks or montha" He was standing on almost the precise spot where Fols...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 25 January 1894

VOL- VI- NORTH YAKIMA, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, JANUARY 25, 1894. NO x PROFESSIONAL CARDS. JT J. BNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. gm OHlre nvri Vakims National Bank. Nnrtl Vsi I pis will practice io all tba ruurts of tin ■Uts and IV H. laad oflcea. KEAVIB A KILROY, |'• • **-">* ' I a. S. HILSIIV ATTORNEYS AT LAW. M^Wlll -rat-tic In all Coarta of the State Special attention given to all U. H. land offlii business North Vaklma. Wash. WHITSON A PARKER j J»*J' r ,_»iV«' ATTORNEYS AT LAW. gm~oait. in First National Bank BulMluf g O. HORFORD, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Pr-ettee* In all Courts in the state. Kspeela attention to Collections. Office up stairs. Yak Ima National Bank Building. t. a. vahck. iaa r. mmamtm, yANCE A ENGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office, Wetmrr block, Yakima Are. Bperlal at teotloo ilren to Laud Office business. pRED MILLER, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office with H. J. 8-ivki.v. IYiM Statu Laid Olitt Practict a Sperialty. JRA M. KRUTZ, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Fnrmerlv Register of tba 0, fl. Land Off...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 25 January 1894

THE YAKIMA HERALD. ; ISOIID r.TEBI. THIHIPU. |2.00 TER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. HfwlWir Katn C*M" »wli«ti*n. VKIU W. WATSOH, Editor md Manager. Official Paper of Nortli Talima. j a ***-***********——*" TO FORTUNES Every rich merrlnnl ob .l *» lalned his wealth by Judic ious advertising and earelul attention to Ihe results. a ------- ci .. Ko me chin!, however X Q || capable and cautions la tbe s s : jj _ mmagcaie-tot his business. 5 _ ever succeeded without news jj •.5 paper advertising. —* „ o i » _ These traths apply wiih > 5 a equal force lo any line of m ° ■ ■ I human effort In tho business <- - S _ _ world. TOM INCOME TAX. It isn condition and not a theory which confronts thq Democratic party in revis ing the iniqiiitie»of the McKinley tariff, l.rrt trur- lo tbe tradition* of the party, n hill prow ding far the raising of * revei ne Ititm tsosu reported from the ways and uicnns coiiim»H««, in which it is pro posed to lighten the harden of the I.lbor ing man by making the capltaf...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 25 January 1894

GATHERED ABOUT HOME Personal, Social and Business Events Locally Important. ROTES FROI THE MADDING THRONG. A t-rl.t mt i. <•..!,,. in,, „, tm , , . lld I mi. I . 'Inlriufiil, |a| (r,|, , Life, Drill mt Popular «■><-< iitanou and News Hems neutrally. The CI r'stomathian literary society of the Christian church held its regular weekly session on last Friday night at the church. A very interesting program was rendered, coniisting of a recitation, "Onr Folks," by Rev. Rose; recitation by Ralph Yanliuskirk ; select reading by John Curry; paper by Harry Jackson, on "Thoroughness of Trsining," and an essay by Miss Mary Lee; minute speech, by Mr. Ed. Campbell and recitation by Miss llaye. All of the different selec tions were well rendered, leaving the critic very little room for criticism. The usual .'ri minutes for conversation was taken advantage of by all with an endeavor to see who could say the most within the time allotted. At the busi ness meeting which followed the rece...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 25 January 1894

-orvm-HT ar amaio-N mis* AseooutneM.ieM CHAPTER XV. f Continued.) It was answered by tbe servant Mar tha, who ehowed pleaaed surprise on recognizing him. Bimpaon bowed aa fourtismsly aa though she were a prin cess and extended bis hand. "I can't tell you how clad I am to ccc yon," ho said, na she gingerly accepted the solute, 'i.ow hare you been, Mar tini, since your ware the other night?" "Oh, I Mn well, thank you," sbe re plied, stnilintrr all over her broad counte nance; "but, mister, if you want to ccc Miss Gilder she isn't at home." "Who said I wanted to see her? I've come to ccc you, Martha." replied the audacious fellow, stepping into the hall and then making his way into tbe par lor, which waa hardly eet to rights aa yet. Martha followed him with no little embarrassment, though it was evident thnt the round faced and genial detect ive had mado an impression on tbe heart of tho young woman. "Sit down." he said, with good natured earnestness, motioning ber to a seat. "Miss Gil...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 1 February 1894

VOL. VI. NORTH YAKIMA, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1894. NO. 2. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. T£ J SNIVELY, ATTORNKY AT LAW. gm-eri, c mer Vaklma National Bank. North Yakima, will prat-lire iv all tba eourtf of tbe State and V. R. latut officea. KEAVIS g MILKOY, t' *■ >*««'• 111. Hi-any ATTORNEYS AT LAW. gm—'tui urnetlee In all i-.<iin« of the State. -jH-iiiii attention alien to all IT. H. land office limine... Ifaftk Vaklma. Waab. WHITSON .It PARKER) ame whitsc.* \ \ I raari raaaia ATTORNEYS AT LAW. gm-'><llrr In Flrat National Bank Building. U O. MORFORD, ' ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practices ill nil limits 111 the State. Kaperlal itti-utlnii in iiilli'i-il'iiiH. 'Htli tr up stairs. Vak lma NatiiiiiHl llauk Huililing. r. a. vami«. ia* r. a»OL«u-ar. VANCE A EN'tiI.EHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. nlTiec. Met/.n-r 111 k. Yakima Aye. Special at rentlnii rriini to lainl Orlire liu.liical. paso MIU.ER, ATTORNEY AT LAW. orrtr* with 11. J. ssiv*_Y. .nilrd Stalls Land Ollire Pratt ire s Sp-tiilt)....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 1 February 1894

THE YAKIMA HERALD. IMril ETKRI THIMMt. I*.'oo PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. 1-lnrtWn Katti l>i Appliratiei. WILL W. WATSON, Editor snd Manager. Olcial Paper of Sort. Yalima. TO FORTUNEjy Fiery rich merchant ob ■ 3 A tallied hi* wealth by Judlc inn* advertising and careful "2 Q attention to the reault*. fe I '■ ' ' ~ '" - U #_ No mc.chaul. however _ 3 m -*• ja a capable and caution* lv the -,_<■-— manaf t'tiH'iit of his builnoftN. \7 —. <^ ever succeeded without ucw* * 2 _3 a! a paper •drertMmr is * - - %* a 5 _o a> Those truths apply with > 3 a O'j'iß) fore* to any line of li __\ a '-0 fl human effort in the hiiwln*e*w 2 fl world. A PITIFUL DEFENSE The alleged local paper's very sorrow ful effort to defend County Superinten d nt Lawrence last week Is pitiful in the extreme. It designates our reference to Mr. Lawrence aa "a column of abuse," I'll then offers the following paragraphs as reasons for the "attsck'* on the holier thaii-thou official r 1 1)— Because he did not work...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 1 February 1894

GATHERED ABOOT HOME Personal, Social and Business Erects Locally Important. NOTES FROI THE MADDING THRONG. .4 l.risi ol l.„„|p, in,, „| ,„, , „ M- Isnri, 'linimriil. | a suite I llr. Drill _| i-i-r , * aiisii mmS <v_ >.». s 11, nt, «.. ii. m 111 . B. B. White, the furniture dealer, ex perienced rather an unpleaeant turn of affairs while out buggy riding on Sunday lasl \nili bis children. The harness lie cii me ' nut of gear" in such s way as to allow the. vehicle tn crowd upon the frac tions hum's heels and he fell to kicking and running. When on Third atreet back nf Tin: llkh m n office the buggy was overturned and its occupants thrown violently to the ground, the children escaping with slight bruises. Mr. White was not so fortunate, however. Ilia head and face were badly bruise,l and ithrased, while bis back wss seriously wrenched. However, be ia sble to attend to business in a very timid way. Frank 0. Reed, who sometime ago went to New York on a visit to old home scenes, wa...

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

eopr*i-Hi or AMiaioAN mn association. i**a CHAPTER XVI. (Continued.) Simpson heard the light footsteps trip ■p stairs, nnd then came the murmur of as tho two ladies engaged in con r-n though none of the words wns disiinguiabatde. Miss Gilder seemed to forget her prom -1 I-i tin young man below, for she was absent fully 15 minutes, during which be vented hia impatience by hamming si win] 11 irs to himself and moving un vi-ily about the room. But he was a pr. Ity good model of a lover, nnd when tin appear il, radiant and happy, he snid nothing in the way of reproof, but gen tly impaired: "How la auntie?" •She could' 't lie better. She seems to have 1 1' , red entirely, though it would kill nr-- to go through what she haswith 1-ist few weeks." "ll Is enough to startle any one, but there is DO need why you should go through it. ' "But what do you think she tells me': A marie llled hero awhile ago and had a lour; tall: with Martha." --.-he haa a right to have n man cnll on In v. lrruii't...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 8 February 1894

VOL. VI. NORTH YAKIMA, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY S, 1894. • NO. 3. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. JJJ. SNIVKI.Y, ATTORNEY AT LAW. mmr-nmu arm Yakima National Rank, North Vnklnia Will prailiie ill all t lie court! "I the -in'i and I*. i. land offli-ei. ]{KAVIS A MILPOY. It^ggß ATTORNEYS AT LAW. mm-mtt practice ln all Courts nt tbe State ■pei lal attention given to all lT- 8. land omen Mi.lnear "Xorth Yakima. W-ih^ NV iiirs.»NAR\RKF.u;-- D% wH.T r ATTORNEYS AT LAW fjgg-nmiv in First National Bank Building. (^ O. MORFOKD, ' ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practice. In nil Court. 111 the State. Kaiwcl.l attetitiiiii in (.'iillei-tliius. offlce up lUlra■ Tea lan Natlniial Bank lliilldlng. t. a. vaaia. 'a* r. s-m.xii»ar yANCK A ENGLF.HART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Offlre. SIctZK-tT hlm-k, Yakinia Aye. Rpwlal at leiitlnn given tn Ijind Offlce bwsinesi. J, RKD MILLER, ATTORNEY AT LAW (H'M(« WITH 11. J. MKT "^ AMMMaAdM__^____\_ .. IS.KUTZ, TH' ATTORNEY AT LAW, Fonnerlv Ki-gjster nf tho If, H. Land Offlce at North Yakim...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 8 February 1894

JTHE YAKIMA JUERALD. tmatmm mm thimdai. |2.00 ITCR ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. A4rerti»i«g tabs dpi iffliatki. WILL W, WATSON, Editor and Manager. Official Paper of IM Yafima. TO FORTUNES^" IE very rich Bnrcbaatob- x t«!ued hit wealth by Judlr- I j % lnu« Adrcrt-Ulnx aud careful a attention ut Wit? retro) t*. II _*_ tt f . So mr.rhai'.t. however -a .2 • ** o CCMbli and < auUouh in the j ] I a fe — mfiDHKeJuent of his b\.*in<'«. W\ mm v over iiiecwled without new * 1...J ■ ■■ -g IS pep*r ndvertitinp. — tt> a a ° "j; , • Tho«f tfWtfei npplv with \>t Jf equal fiirre to nny line <f __t M m - human effort in the bindneM a a world. Till-: J.INK MUST Hi: DRAVTN. Those who owe this paper aro requested ti pay up immediately. The next call will be a demand. Those who will be civil enongh to come to this eltioe and nsgtire the manager oi their inability so to dn, lint will offer evidence of their _ood faith,are welcome to extended time. Those who take oAaM at bein;r.' dunno 1 are not wan...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 8 February 1894

LOCAL NEWS GENERALLY Personal, Social and Business Events Locally Important. NOTES FROI THE MADDING THRONG. AT* iciin nM.-»ip, im, ni fa, I „„a s mirs. ■"*"*«•• nn In Active | ii.. Drill «f-Papular Speculation ana ~rwa Hem* lirnrrallr. An adjourned meeting of ihe Yakima Commercial club was held at the club room Tuesday eviningnf this week with a large attendance if tnemlicra. Col. W. F. Prosser reported fnr Ihe .governing lioard of the dab that numerous meet ings have liocii held with lie members of Ihe governing committee of the Yakima club concerning the purchase of the furui 91fr for the latter club. These meetings brnl resulted in the submission of the fol lowing prnpocßJoa, which was recom mended for adoption r "Noiiru Yikima, February 1, '94. To Ihe Ynliimtt t'tiiintirrrinl t'luh: Having received your proposal of even dale, we desire to inform you that the game is rejected. We submit the follow ing counter-proposal: The Yakima club will sell and convey to the Yrikiinn Commerci...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 8 February 1894

eor-vmoHT ay ami.ioan miaa association, nea CHAPTER XVm. "otrrwrrTED as si-re as fate." The iiouny man net nut in vttlh tn the place of amusement, The complexion of the well dressed man was like a mulatto's, aad his hair was aa black and coarse os an American Indian's. A glance at him showed that while be may not have been exception ally strong he was as lithe and active as a panther. "He ia one of the two that, were skulk ing through the grounds of the Liver more homestead the other night." mut tered Simpson. **I have never met the conple by daylight, but that fellow's profile shows him to tie the one that climbed the tree and peered through the j window at the interior. It was his com- , paiiion who attacked and svould have | given me my quietus but for those cigars." ( Whenever the train drew up nt the t station, Wicliman—for it was ha—quiet- j ly shifted his position so as to observe . any one that might leave the car. This wasdono so naturally that no ono noticed , it except Si...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 15 February 1894

VOL. YIL NORTH YAKIMA. WASHINGTON, THUgggAY, FEBRUARY 15, 15.)4. NO. 4. Pltnl't.sstnNdi r.i/.'.0.. II J. SNIVKI.Y, ATTORNEY AT LAW. tf^tf\'te-. nrvr Vniaimn National Hank, Kortt tmlim. Will prm Ucg iv nil t li« •oarti of th< -tn!f »n'l V, .•*■. i.tii.i oAeat. IJK.Wis A MII.UOY, i J ''- ,fAV"' 1\ * It I MU.IImY ATTORNEYS AT LAW. ,-Sr-\iiii iiiri.tin- la nil Cunti "l tin- Irak -!•>■' I"l aftantlno rlvea lo all U. 8. land arSee business. Nnrtli YtiUhnu. -iWh. W'IIITSoN.vPARKI-'.K* "-*" wwtteee ATTORNEYS AT LAW [f nn'rii' lii First Natlulinl Hunk lltllMilig. v^ O. MoßForh, ' ATTORNEY AT LAW. i-iiiitl.ii In nil i .nit- in tlie atate. Reseda! attention to ir-ollet-tliina. Ofllce ii|. stair.. Yak Ira i National Hank Bail-lag. , i llt | ma r. i.n -i-Kil vr.r. y AN(T 9 1'.N01.1-'HART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. nil.., . MetawaJal r k, Yakima Ay. ttttt.l at tentloa alv-i'u in Laud 0 l cc bneliieaa J.'KK i MILLER, ATTORNEY AT LAW. 01 I II ir WITH 11. J. SNIVKI.Y. (MM Statu I.iiiJ Ollice I'r.irtii...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 15 February 1894

THE YAKIMA HERALD. • i«i i i> » v i it . iiiuiMin $2.00 TOR ANNCM, IN AI'VANCK. JMrerthiig Rata I>i .tptiliratiM. — , ■ WILL W. WATSON, Editor and Manaw. Official Paper of North TiMii SM/D BY THE WAY. So our present city coum-il han been inveigled into ordering a aperial election on the addition annexation plea. No body attempted to hinder the reorganiza tion cranks Irom working their little Biheme. It is bettir to have the i come up and then to dispose of il f.r . i r. An admi-able chance will at the same time be airordcl to dispose of certain pot house politicians who ar_ working tl.'.» city (or all there is in it and who find two or three willins; t"'r>U in Urn eily council. If it lie true that it is necessary to light the devil with flre, the fame priii ciple may be applied in this cafe with equal force, appropriateness and con sistency. All true friends of honesty, good government and loy alty to common interests now have an opportunity to show their natal. Hoi much ti...

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