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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 15 February 1894

(LOCAL NEWS GENERALLY | Personal, Social aad Business Events Locally Important. [BOTES FROM THE MADDING THRONG. ] ) I a tsstmm ttmestm* mam m amst aas Imnr. 'li.iiiii.hi* lit .at-llirr I Ile. Drill el rnpnlnr vpn iilrilion it ltd -\i\as Mi ma l.etirmllr. A school entertainment and exhibition is on tin- tapis at Yakima City for Fri day evening, th* IKb. Pupils, parents end others are manifesting much interest in the sffiir and mi i xeellent time is war raiitrilih- iintH ipated. illls Molhet- Wants His Address. William lVul'or, loft England in 1890. ..-• 1,1 .ir.i "f IB t'oiilic Ciiv, Wash., in Mt. Hrs inoll.er lotus for news ol his bereali.itits. Address Wulter N. tiran ir, Zilhib, ft'oob. Name It and Take. It. Auditor Bonn is-cieil a marriage licence last week to William McKaln* and So- Ntt* Sinn■•tieilei eel,eo. tl rs hardly i,ei is-.in io-.r\ th it the pos-cssor iif the lat ter cognomen is a ile.-t endntit of Poca hontas ninl r-k.i. I.ek uhi ckrtt hit krlchos injlbmowuukapican, ss...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 15 February 1894

. ' W . _, w ~ J, 1 . eoersiOMT a* amirican win -ssochtiom.iih "" CTIAPTrR XX. kosb or that iitti r. i-Ai-.ry i.vint a\w HIS FACE AGAIN. "Tlint vinn thtre tss n unulmlr,-!." "Mr. Tail-child left orders that the package wast ibe gtvea to him only," said Ite Beta : Ileitis! Ingly nt the h t'o-r in his hand and into the IV.cc of the Laft Indiai- Thela'.iir replied coi'rteoiv-Iy nn I in good English: "Yi:y trni ,r. het :.\ lain: .11 • me. Iml he is with a i arty np town to vi i m te i.i nn.-.!-.:-.I to I in let f..""f bis frienda leave by tte tteamer tomorrow and wish ; .have a look at tte di imobd before ttey go. Mr. rairchiM was a boot to call a cab to drive down In re te> it it, imd they ufferM to accompany htm, but that waa Incoovi nil nt sinci . -■ y are ■a pteaaaatiy placed. Beeidestl have a niimbi'r or lady friends with it would be hardly proper fm themte conic here." "Did Mr. Fairchild say nothin; i■■: • I i any difficulty j on were likely to havo in letimbig this iir 1111011...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 22 February 1894

OI • V - NORTH YAKIMA, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY '22,1894. NO. 5. m± l-KOrKHSIVN.It. I'AKOS. Mi j. __nrf_D_Ti W ATTORNEY AT LAW. J gm-nl.i-1! nverYaklma National Bank, Sortl V-kiitm. Will iirai-tiit' in ull l liv --i.iiruul lb. <>Ut«and t'. ti land oßlies. REAVIS .It MII.UOY, jJ «• *•«--<• ' a. a. milroy ATTORNEYS AT LAW. ■, g_tr-v.ni puril— in all OearM of the state leiTi-lal attention Ktveti tn all t'. S. lainl ollici , t-.i-lif"". North Yakima, Wanh. W'HITSON A PARKER! WJJ •JJEf ATTORNEYS AT LAW. CV-nini't- In First National Bank Building. A _ O. MOUFOKD, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Prartfreii In nil Court* In the Htaf?. Kip-prta' attention to Collection*, office up nUiri, Yak Ima Nation ni lUnL Ifiiiltling. T. H. rUm IIIA r. ENULIHAKt. y ANCK A ENGLKHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office. Mcton-r 1.1" k. Ynklma Aye. Hpecial at tetitloll given to Land Oilit'c buntllest. PEBD MILI.KR, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Orrirt WITH H. J. SNIVELY. I'nilfd Stales Lind Office Prartir* a Specialty. JKA M. KR...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 22 February 1894

JHE YAKIMA HHRALD. • H-.I . 1> KVIBV Till HSBIV. $:.00 I'KR.ANNI'M, IN ADVANCK. Alrittiiißt Rain L>n ApplicatiM. WILL W. WATSON, t^iinr »'"! Manager. Olcial Paper of Nortli Yakiu. To PORTUKK_ar| Kvety rich mi-retaant nl> J * talncl hl« wealth hy jlltllo _ _ lon. a-VMtMat and careful a " stt.'titlon to the reitilta. E 2 ™ v -. No merchant, however r- _ wi — "3 c csjisUe and rantiniu In Ihe ■ S 5 m\ ft '.1 tinrincaietit ol In-lili'ilii's''. ~r^ _ _ I'n-r .in < tcili'l without new* ts S ■ 9 •_ faiwr advertUiiig- S3 g o < O 'Z jj _ These truili- apply wiih > _ _" i","«l '■ ,ur t" any Hut- el - "5 _ hnman effort in the biisliiem - « r: _ HnrM. TRUTH TOI.H .ICCIIiENT.tI.LY. "The city lias stiff red long enough in innumerable wmvs, in nil conscience, anil the Intel! Igfht \ottrs ot this rlty w 111 p determine, bj their ballot-, OB March 111." So snith the alleged local paper in it. last lielidoiini'liil outburst, nnd Tin: lli'R aid daaifM to give it cretlil for once titte...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 22 February 1894

LOCAL NEWS GENERALLY Personal, Social and Boslness Events Locally Important. BOTES FROM THE MADDING THRONG. ■ AMM «l l.asalp. n,i» , , |. rl „„,, . lanri.nntriiiriil. In », i i r I He. * 11111 l 111 I', piilio ~|" . ol.ilioi, „,,,! Mr»» llcma l.i'llrrally. I 11. Ja.k«on and wife hsve mived lo Iheir Lome on the far.v. W'rk wrrl he rcsuine.l nn the slate fair grounds sum ■ limn n-'xt in nub. 1.-iwytr Kred Miller visited IWaer Fulls mi le.sl business on Wednesibiv. ('apt. J. T. Kingsbury waa up town to day she'un illness of nearly two weeks Six nr seven jiersina were "baptised at the Hapii-t church nl the st-rvi, c last Stin tl tv evening. It is said lhat the Northern I'acifi. freight yurd ul I'uvsllup is liiied wiih hop-poles fnr Monti Yiikima. Mra Mary A. Hoiijh, from Kniisus Cily, s it .next nf her Miter, Mrs. llcr llHT'l Wilkinson, of thi* city. Miss Anna Brown, nl KHeaabnrgh, who has been visiting i.ieuds in Ilia thy, re turned to her hone this week. The lily co'incil BM iv regula...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 22 February 1894

MTROLmjAIJGHTER Cold and death reign in tbe extreme region* of the north- the son there st rug glee in vain for six long months against eternal enow, and tbe stars and the au rora boreatia casta bnt a pale light with out one particle of beat through the noc tarnal glooms. There neither the heart of man beats, nor does any sward grow green or any flower open its fresh chalice to the inn. Only from time to time the | huge, shapeless whale rears hia vast ! {arm above the waves and tbe white j bear Issues with heavy and mysterious i steps from his icy cavern. Well, it waa the end of March in the year 1709. The winter was celebrating the last days of ita reign by incredible rigors. The heavens were dark nnd stormy, the cold as hard and sharp as flint, and the wind soughed in icy gusts through the naked firs. All nature frowned, and both men and animals fled ln consternation to their subterranean homes. Allot once there appeared on the plain of Karesnando three sledges which seemed to be ...

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

■titJOla VI. I'HiIh'KSSIUXAI. CAKDS. II J. SNIVEI-Y, ATTORNEY AT LAW. ■ o_r*> i '..*■■■ o/oet Yakliaa National Rank. Mortfa VHktma. Witt prarin *• in all tha ourtrof tbr -tMfeau'l P.M. laii'l •' In ft* JJEAVIS A MILROY. (iVV.^'r ATTORNEYS AT LAW. *•■•_»-•• ,'i nra,tire In all Court* nt the State. •l-ri'lul aiteutl.m «lveu to all t'. S. Isnd oßlec l,il«lnc«". Snrlli Yakima. Wa»h. i* : -oynmoN a parker; **2™g? ATTORNEYS AT LAW tWa'-' ■ lv Klt-i N'atlnual Rank Bililitinx. « (I. MOUKOIU), ' ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practices In all I'mirtu In the Stale. Kar***clal attention to c»lL*i<tl<ina. oili.i* a*. »tair». Yak Ima National Hank KulMlng. T. M. vasck. la* r. «sat»HA»r. V ANU. t_ KSGL-EHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Offlcr. Metuscr 1,1 -i k. Yakima Aye. Special at tention gin,, io i.aioi o_taa basilica*. pata mii.i-I'.h, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office with 11. J. xkivblt. MM Ma Liind Mn Practice a Spccia'ty. TRA M. KUUTZ, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Former)* HesLte, nl the V. H. I and Office al North Yakima....

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

THE YAKIMA HERALD. im» KTERV THIHIIIII. »2.00 PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. IcnrtUil tatei l>» -ipplicatm. WILL W. WATSON, Editor and Manager. Official Paper of Nortli Yakima. TO FORTUNEEF" n =: Every rich merchant ob- M •**• talned blr, wealth I>t Judic ious advertising aad rarelul ■ attention to the rtsalts. || *•*--. N c . No merchant,' however •a ,S ! *■* -a v f«wiblf and random In the s a b a it- 2. management of Mi builne**. 3 w a *■* — C ever lucceeded without newi g 2 M " "2 -- paper ■dTertUlnir. *-*• 97) O 3 S Tfa-Ene truth* apply with £ S S* equal force to any line of ■ .2 • BB •**• g human effort In the bmineta S a world. WINSTON'S POLITICAL ECONOMY. • Patrick Henry Winston, of Spokane, jf more or less fame throughout the state and a man of acknowledged ability in certain directions, haa been recently en gaged In promulgating a political doctrine in the adoption of and practice of which much relief is promised to the country at large. Winston is a Republican, but it will b...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 1 March 1894

LOCAL NEffS GENERALLY Personal, Social and Business Events Locally Important. ROTES FROM THE MADDING THRONG _ A -Mrlat oi -uasslp, im. „i i„, „,,. Isn't, Haiftatnis Its Active ill,. In Mi ar Popular ■• la i 1.,,, „ „„ H«WS linn. ,-. ,-, roll) . Mrs. fury is selling children's school at raw hats st 15 cents each. I*. R. MHiinnis, the Sunnyside rustler, wss in the ciiy yesterday. New millinery goods are arriving daily at Mrs. Cary's millinery store on Yaki ma avenue. Union meeting at Mason's opera house on Sunday evening neit. Subject: "Miiiilitiess." Key. M. la Rise will preach in the school house in Yakima Cily next Sun day at |*_B p. oi. Manager Hyniaii Harris, ol the I. X. 1.., left on Tuesday moniiug lor Sesttle on business. He will he absent several days. To restoro gray hair to its natural color as in youth, cause it to grow abundant anil strong, there is no better preparation than Hall's Hair Keuewer. Wnat has liecomc of "Dr" Brown, the dentist who recently came to this city f...

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

TUE TROLLS DALCJITLIi COia and death reign in the extreme regions of tbe north; the sun there strug gles la rain for tdx long months against etermal snow, and the stars and the au rora borealis casts but a pale light with out one particle of heat through the noc turnal glooms. There neither the heart of man beats, nor docs any sward grow green or any flower open its fresh uiuilice to tbe ran. Only from time to time the huge, ahapelees whale rears his vast form above the waves and the white bear issues with heavy and mysterious stops from bis icy cavern. Well, it waa the end of March in the year 1795. Tbe winter was celebrating the last days of its reign by incredible rigor*. Tbe heavens were dork and stormy, tbe cold as hard and sharp as flint, and the wind soughed in icy gusts through the naked firs. All nature frowned, and both men and animals fled in consternation to their subterranean homes. All at once there appeared on the plain of Kareeuando three sledges which seemed to be s...

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

VOL. VI. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. TT J. BNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. •r******-. i-flc* over Yakima Natlooal Back. North Vskims Will tirai'lir* in all t ba ronrtsof the jute and 9. 8. laud offices. J.EA VIS A MILROY, |fc*«SS» ATTORNEYS AT LAW. raW HI nrs.-tl,*.* lv ill marts of the mat*. "pedal atlenllno siren to all V. B. land offica baslaess. North Yakima. Wash. tareu-tm * parkerj ugfJSSS 9 ATTORNEYS AT LAW. ttp-xittxre lv First National Bank Building. U O. MORFORP, ' ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practices In all Courts In ths State. Especial attention to Collections. Oflli. ap stairs. Yak ima National Hank Building. T. n. vanch. is* r. skulsbast. yANCK A ESGLEHAKT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. office. Metmcr block, Yakima Aye. Special at tention Riven to laud office business. P_UKO MIM.ER, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Orncs with H. J. IKIW. I mini SUli - Laid Olfiw Pr,n tire a Kpcmitj. JKA M. KRUTZ, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Formerly Register of ths I.'. ti. 1 si.l Office st l North Yakima. Offlce. Ward Block. n. s. mrn-moN . I- mi...

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

THE YAKIMA HERALD. INtIM KVKKI THIHSDII. ♦2.00 PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. .Mvrrtniu sUtra (>n ApplkatiM. WILL W. WATSON, Edi-or ami Man-Msr, Olcial Paper of North Yatima. There is neither room nor necessity for editorial matter this week. No matter how Seattle went, this is an off year. _________ The A. P. A. as sn unknown quantity is rapidly becoming known. A patron asks 'What is the admis sion fee to tbe Siwash powwows al the gap?" Foor dollars. Ask the y. b. The letter, published elsewhere in this isftie and signed by V. S. Indian Agent L. T. Erw in, is complete, concise, explicit, lair, civil, plain, terse, argumentative and —a corker! What more may lie said ? What more need be »aid ? Read it. ________ An Enjoyable Surprise. Oor worthy townsman, J. 11. Carpen ter, passed hi* sixty-ninth mile post on Tuesday ol this week. This was a cir cumatance which he had expected, soli* went about bin usual business, merely recognising tbe fact tbat he was sixty eight, with fair prospects of ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 8 March 1894

WHOM DOBS THIS GIKGH? Hoist bj Their 0«o Petard tad Left li a Pitiful Plight. m.LYHCH AHOTHER RANK CHOIP. The la-Agent and hit Patron Saint, the Pro Tempore "Editor," put to Flight by Their Own Testimony Somebody Has Lied Wilfully. Childishly. Awk wardly, Brazenly and In a Host Cow ardly Mannar Agent Lyneh's Official Letters are Criminally Corrupt or hit Tsstlmony Is a Rank Faltehood-The Herald's Statements Confirmed by or delal Reports at Washington, D. C, Made by the Ex-Agent Who Now Dsnlss Them- If Music Hath Charms to Soothe The Savage Breatt, Read This, Ye Silly Scrlbst! Yakima Aokncv, Wash., ' Pom Slums, Mahciiil, 1804.) Kdhuh Yakima Herald:—There ap peared | letter in the Y'akima Republic of the -nd inst., hi. nod by Jay Lynch, reflecting on my official conduit. The letter was written for two purposes. First: To deceive tbe public and, second, to try to dissati-fy the Indians with my admin* istratinn snd to tinike trouble for me. I sbsll prove by quotations from letters writt...

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

HEADY FOR THE BORE CONVERSATION OF A MAN WHO WAS PRIMED FOR A DYSPEPTIC. A i hrssala lavalla. Bent aa Rslatlna; Hla Owe Case. Hmmr* ml m Mara IlsmarkaM, onaaaa Is Able •• Gat la bat a raw Wants la tha Ca-ane ef a Isaac Talk. "Ton are ao burly and robust." said Ihe orgulous dyspeptic, with secret acorn, to hia casual traveling acquaint ance, "that I presume you are never troubled with dyspepsia. Ton hare lunch to be thankful for. 1 am often in such a atate that" Waa tbe burly acquaintance to endure tbe garrulity of a chance dyspeptic? Ba waa not. "On the contrary," he immediately re plied, for, never having suffered a mo ment in hia life from any physical ail ment, hia mind waa active and vigilant "On the contrary, I have suffered un told torture from dyspepsia, and as yon are interested in the subject I will will ingly give you my experience. I began with the Bnest digestion is the world, bnt while engaged in the military service of the country, being 10 years scouting on the fronti...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 15 March 1894

\ql* VI. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. II J, SMVKI.Y, ATTORNEY AT LAW. #**-*r*-u-Ilcc nvcr Vsklras Setlnnsl Bsnk, North Yskims. Mill prsetiie hi sll lbs ..mrtsof the -•ale sml t'. S. land ntflcca. HKAYIS A MII.ROY, »•• _■■_•__• ' las. milbov ATTORNEYS AT LAW. ff^wni nrnrtlre In all Court* of the Htate. -p-.lnl KitiiMitlon witt'ii to all IT. 8. Und ofl.ee Inmhiviß. North Yakima. Want). 11 IT* )N *. PARKER' ffg^KSf ATTORNEYS AT LAW. gap-x,~lc* In First Nations! Bsnk Building. »C 11. MORFORD, ' ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practices In sll courts In the Stste. Fspecis! Sttvnti.Ul tO I'lllleellolis. utile* lip StSl TS. Vs« Irfls National llsuk lllllldlng. T. a. VAXes. iss r. asoitHsar VANCK A ENGI.KHAKT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. <»flice. Metncr hlo ••_, Yskims Aye. Speclsl at tcutloii given to I ami llttice business. P_UiD MILLER, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Orncs with 11. J. smivbly. I nilii! St.it. v Land Olfitv Practiu a Sperialtj. D. S. MACKIMSON 0. t*. MVUXV* A MURANE, ATTORNEYS-AT LAW. Rooms I snd 2 Lowe Ill'k, North...

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

THE YAKIMA HERALD. *•_■©» ITERt 1 111 11-li I 1 . »200 PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE »th«rtiriig lain l>n V|.pli..ti««. E. M. REED, Editor and Manager. Olcial Paper of Nortli Yatima. THE COMING ELECTION. On next Mood ay the people of the city will be called upon to again say whether or not they will abandon their present charter and pnt themselves under the general law of the atate applicable to cities of this cla«s. Much has been said pro and con anon this subject. Some things have been said by both sides thin are not worthy of touch notice. Th' sober tax payer who ia to lie the sufferer or beneficiary, as the rase may be, will pause before making thia change and in quire about the results that will follow so important a step aa that proposed. Al lowing then that some honestly ad vocal, and some honestly oppose,, the taxpayer, who has taken no active part, will as th. election approaches begin to inquire int. Ihe merits. The old chsrter was framed for the cit> having ia view the clim...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 15 March 1894

PARAGRAPHS IN PLENTY. Small Items of lews Collected Under a General Head. ■ SUNNYSIDE MINING EXCITEMENT. v v A Rig folam Ranch an thr Maxee— The intiri, Theatre Is t'laaed lii t: al I an i Isatmbi r. r,.. 188 .1 l'< r.onsl nnd Other >.-_«. Confirmation wreaths and veils at Mra. Cary's. The Nortli Yakima Holler Mills are now running full time. K.J. Watson has been appointed wagon maker at the reservation. T. J. Hamilton, formerly V. S. marshal of this state, was in the city Mondsy. Judge »). V. Weed, father of A. B. Weed, in now mayor of Pasadena, Cal. You can get a good solid malleable garden iron rake for3)e at Cotfin Bros.' Pepiity Marshal Sam Yinson spent a couple of days in the city during the past week. Scarlet fever has made its appearance and several residences have been quaran tined. Found, a Yale lock key. Owner oan have same by calling to The Herald office. Fred R. Reed returned Irom Prosser Wednesday and reports that the pumps sre in and working nicely. M. V. B Stac...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 15 March 1894

GONTA6ION IN THE K!BS mUrks la the Kiss and ibe Com lulonCop. THE RAIIBOW IS 1 CLODD SIFHOI. •"•ft-riv • Kllllan aaa a Hall af Ptrnplm nmmr ••_ ska Earth-Mat In* «aa fey Draarlng tba lain la a Mat Maehiaa. The secretary of a western state Board of Health declares that danger and Jeath lark tn the kiae and the communion cap, and warns tba public against these causes of peril. Both, ha asaerta, are ready dis tributors of disease germs. There can he no doubt tbat the progress of hygiene is discovering mora and more the eaae with which certain virulent maladies msy lie transmitted by contact with oontaminat ed persona and thiogs. So long, how ever, as people see no danger in mingling indiscriminately in churches, achoola, parlors, halls, stores and cars, the ex treme views of the western sanitary prophet will fall upon heedless ears Car ried to ita logical conclusion, perfect im munity from contagion according to this theory means perfect isolation. There ia no occasion for such radical...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 22 March 1894

vol. M. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. If J. BNIVKI.Y, ATTORNEY AT LAW. t*_r-.>Mci. over Vaklma Nailonal il.uk. North Yakima. Will practice iv all tba eourtsof the ilal* and U. X laud nfltces. IfKAVIs A MM.K..Y, *f_l^Sg* ATTORNEYS AT LAW. /^-w.ll nractlce In all Cnurta ol tbe State -p.*i Is] attention alien to all U. 9. land offlce business. North Yakima. Wash. oowrooa a parker; jgjf^jgj* ATTORNEYS AT LAW. __r~»>fflee In First National Bank Building. « O. MOKFORD, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practices In all I'nurt* In the !<tate. Kspeelal attetillou to Collections. Office up stairs. Yak ima National Hank liuildliK. 1,-,f_M »»* r. sanLkHißt yANCK A ENGI.EHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office. Metsaer Mock, Yakima Aye. Special al tentlon given to land Otlice buslueas. |. r. an kissos c. D. MHMM "VTACKINNON A MURANE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooms 1 and I Lowe Bl'k, North Yakima, Waah. JOHN A. BROWN, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office In Ksltelman building. Will practice In all courts of the state. QUtUBt STOUROW, CIVIL E...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 22 March 1894

THE YAKIMA HERALD. • •atlKa* >:Vtr.Nt THI HSSIt. 12.00 PER ANNUM. IN ADVANCE. l.nrtinif -Uln I>» Ifpli-atisa. E M. REED, Editor and Msnsger. Official Paper of Nortli Yatiia. TO PORTUNEjyI Every rich merchsot ob •jl •*"> talned his wealth by Judic ious adrertlslnf and careful - attention to the results. Ii -, tt .. No me.chant, however ■c .H • ' _• capable and eaatlous In ths -111 - > 77. management of bit basinets. ever succeeded without newt ■ f I " *J-j — paper advertising. •**• a*. o 1 O '" - I _ - _ _o £ These truths apply with > S a equal fore* to sny line ol a __ • a *g B human effort In the hnatneaa ft'-I I a a world. OUR PRESENT DUTY. For the secmd time the question of abandoning our specisl charter, which was carefully framed to meet the require ments of this particular locality, haa been Toted down at the polls, and by an in creased majority. The voters have done well. There were no arguments advanced for a change tbat cannot be made null by the intelligent ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
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