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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 22 March 1894

PARAGRAPHS IN PLENTY. Small Items of lews Collected Under a General Head. , THE INDIAN MURDERER BOUND OVER. I • ». i*ii*.nr Rales Cat In Twi-lsi. iirrtni 111. run..ii at (lira, v hli i -i ..in for I'.t ..1.1-. Miss I»ale Watson left Wednesday for ' Orting where her mother resides ' T. C. O'Connor and J. L. Banks, of] Klleiishurgh, spent Sunday in the city. Deputy Marshal Maguire snd bride are expeiled to arrive bere about the 2Mi illßl. Capt. W. D. Inverarily returned from Spokane, w here he has been spending the { winter, on Km.lay last. I>«iT—A hrown cape on the night ol Manh 7. Kinder will please return to Mra. Frank Sinclair. Mrs. K. Snipes arrived from Seal tle Monday to make her home with her son-in-law, II II Allen. The legal linn of Smith A Frazier have abandoned their office in this city and Mr. Krazier has returned to Ellenslmrgh. It is re|>orted that Mitchell, Slaver A Co., of Portland, will soon establish a branch of their agricultural implement house in this i-ity...

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. — 22 March 1894

.z^aiE mm Vjll**ffl\ A !' COPYWunT 1693 DY-JCUPW«COTT CfIMRME* CHAPTER I. It waa tho day after Tom Murray's ro rolt. . He sat alono in his top floor dormitory .t a table ranged with old letters, dusty books, cravats, gloves, n few faded bon tonnie-res, theater programmes and dog pared manuscriptsn.il npon roll. A small trunk, half filled, stood on tba floor bo- Bide him and received his wearing appa rel and books aa he pitched thi m in in discriminately. Tom was not tidy. Cleanliness of per lon nnd a certain homngo to fashion were matters of religion with him, but he could not livo in an orderly room to save hi" life. This alono might b.ive let rived his Celtic origin bad It not markedly shown itself in appearance and tempera ment. The thick hair growing closely over hia forehead wns black as astrakhan and as waved. There was a striking unfitness between his moody blue eye-* and swarthy akin. Dreamy, yet remarkably compre hensive in some moments, were those eye* of bis and nt other ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 29 March 1894

VOL. VI. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. J 8. HOWLETT, ATTORNEY AT LAW. I and Office htisines. a specialty. For wren years In I'liltcd -r.i.-s I and Office, bavin* been both Register and Receiver. IT J. BNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. t*m*i,-lrr .--.* Ystfma National Bank, Horth Vslims Will practice in all th..-ourt.of th* -r.ieaud I' X laud office--. KEAVIS A MILROY, ;' »■ ""i. I *.*. S.IIIO ATTORNEYS AT LAW. /_•-« i.l practice in all Court, of the HUM. 1" l.i attention giveu to .11 IT. 8. land office businee.. North Vaklma. Wuh. ~-*TO~9OOO PARKER I •».*"> whit.on > V I rssDrtaasa ATTORNEYS AT LAW. •CVOfflce lv Fin! National Rank Building t^ O. MORFORD, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practice, in .11 Court. In the *»tate. Especial attention to Collections.' <lffice up atalra. Yak ima National ll.uk Hirudins. t. m. ram a. ma r. o-inut yANCE A ENULEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office, Metigcr block, Yakima Aye. Hpeclsl at tention Riven to I .ami Offioe business. D. S. a *' HI NNON C. D. MCIANI ]y|ACKINNON A MUR...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 29 March 1894

THE YAKIMA HERALD. IMDn RVKRI THI Man* 1 . E. U. REED, Editor and Manager. 13.00 FEB ANNUM, IN ADVANCE" Mnrti*iig ttitt Com -W*-**-********-* Official Paper of North Yataa. Col. "Bill" Donphy, who wa* recently appointed receiver of the land office at Walla Walla, la a relative of Hon. E. J. Dnaphy, tbe New York congrenoman who cot loooe from Crocker and Tammany, and thi* accouut* to some extent for hia awing with Cleveland, although he la a bright and capable man bimaelf. Don phy was educated for a prieet and followed thia calling until he came to Washington when, In the peculiar atmoephere of this atate, be failed to clearly trace the line ol demarcation between priesthood and pol itico and drifted into tbe latter. The interstate irrigation convention bold at Omaha reeolved to aak the gov ernment for aid to te*t tbe practicability of irrigation by arteeian wells. Here, in Yakima, the people are too independent and progre**ive to depend upon congres* for aid in matter* of thi* kind ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 29 March 1894

PARAGRAPHS IN PLENTY. Small Items of Hews Collected Under t General Hud. • HORTICULTURAL SOCIETIBS ORGMIZED Arbor Oar tHikislisn llilil.lla. j gere* i.mir. al ».n lni„„.. in* Persaaal* aa< Sflectllaaaaaa I oral liilsim.Mon. Cieorge Donald and M. V. B. Stacy re turned from Se»ttleon Saturday. Judge S. 0. Henton and wife, and M. (i. Will* left for T»com* on Sunday. Chas. Foster, of the Hotel Yakima, re turned from a visit lo the Sound on Satur day laat. Louis Harris returned on Tuesday from a visit of several month* with relatives in San Franriico. Mrs. Rawls and two children, and Mi** William*, of KlliMi.sl.iir.il, are the guest* of the family of T. F. Msher. Mrs. (ieo. Dona!.l, who has been visit ing at Vancouver for »ome time past, re turned home on Wednesday. The feast of Purim was celebrated in a quiet way by some of the Yakima He brews on Thursday of last week. A brick sample room for the conven ience of commercial travelers is being built in the resr of The Atherton. Walla W...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 29 March 1894

«S_. pie *tyss*S «v\Jp^aSP''9>W KATT- JORDAN ** 9*9 \\ *A r. mj^^m^r^\P*^9^***'' *"""-*" *~- - i 'jar** _""i _ •lyif^^flll^l* CQPYKKrrrr bso c>yoplippincott compw,. CHAPTEK UL It waa close npon 11 when at length he quitted the house. The mood of tbe night had changed. A light drixzle filled the air. A red vapor rolled across the aky, broken in places and giving glimpses of deeper murkiness beyond. Fog horns bellowed from the river. Freight trains like dingy serpents crawled past the western boundary of the college campus and went hissing into the fog. He paused irresolute for a moment after t lie gate clanged behind him, then crossed the Btreet and entered the colh'ge grounds. An nnqniet spirit possessed him as he strode along the familiar paths. He was only a trespasser in this place where hitherto he had roamed at will, but whether he was seen or not was of little consequence. He had escapeil from his quiet room into the wet, massy darkness to question himself. The vapor tha...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 5 April 1894

VOL. VI. PROFESSION.!I. CARDS. T S. HOWI.KTT, ATTORNEY AT LAW. 1 aii-l Office hii-liim* a ap«X'laltf For aeren teari In I'tille-I iltatea 1.au.l Office, having been b»*il. MpHR ami Kfreivtr. IT J. SNIVKLY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. •ft^ Office over Yakima National Rank, North Vaklma. Will prartlre iv al) tbe courtiof tbe -lad-aii'l ('. t*. laud offlrea. UKAVIS A MILROY, [£ «- "*»'• l « ■■ MILK3T ATTORNEYS AT LAW. fm-v.HI practice In all Courts nf the sts:. special attention alven to all I. H. land office business. North Yakima. Wash. WHITSON A PARKER! ",w" •"""■on *> y I ikii. rsaaßa ATTORNEYS AT LAW. (WOfflce In First National Rank Building. j^ > O. MORFORH, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practices In all Courts In the State. Kspecfal attention to Collections, i iftlce up stalra. Y'ak ima National Hank Building. T. U. VAKCS. ISA r. ■___■___•. yANCE A ENtiI.EHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office, Metcircr hlo-k. Ysklma Aye. Hpeclal at tention piv.-ii to laud tlrtlce business. li. I. MACKINNON . i- arSANr "...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 5 April 1894

THE YAKIMA HERALD. fMtl-W ETEir THI'EISIY. K. U. REED, Editor and Manager. $2.00 PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. Olcial Paper of North Yatiii THS SINFUL APPLE. Tbe feet of those who tread the paths of righteouaneee are properly thought to be a good bit better than the other fellow'a feet. Some members of the city council snd others hereabouts ought to ahow up first-rate as to feet. This city haa never before seen each a spasm of virtue. It drips and ooses and runs along tbe gut ters, so to speak, and all of recent devel opment. From tbe gloomy cells ol the s?lf-denying sainta of the council, to the very haunts of sin—from everywhere— there rises ths thankful voice of a purged community. Tbe reformation set in at about the time the reorganitation idea was set aside, and there are thoee wicked enough to assume or pretend to ace a connection between the first event and the •übseqoent outburst of virtue and reform—but ont on auch as they! Away with them I One glance at the daily walka and privat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 5 April 1894

PARAGRAPHS IN PLENTY. Small Items of lets Collected Under i General Head. PERSOHAL AUD SOCIAL IKFORMATIOK. A Large i »io„, i „,„„,, ,„ „.„„. TkC D-msnil Ismril Marriages, I'irn Pars. Bishop Wells, of Spokane, w ill officiate at the Episcopal church on Sunday. The approach of summer is heralded by the appearance of the street sprinkler. The party who left a revolver at "The Alfalfa" can recover the gun hy calling at once. J. It. Smith and Dr. W. 11. Hare left to-day for a brief visit to the Sound country. The iDfaot son of Mr. and Mra. Joseph I Cottrell died Sunday at the residence of! M. G. Wills. 1 It is reported that a colony of 00 fami- ! | lies will soon arrive herefrom Dixon, 111., I having arrange.) to locate in tlie Sunny- i side country. A Tacoma lady will be here about the i middle of the month for the purpose of j» writing up the Yakima reservation for 1 i Ihe Northneit Magazine. x Fisher A Mabry, the enterprising sad dlers, have leased the stone building re cently occupie...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 5 April 1894

m&i.Rn. mm ttJy^^^rfflll* (OPYWOIIT Ig Pr*J.P.LIPPINCOTT COMRM-Y, CHAPTER VII. Dawn, a monotone in level gray, hung over the town ere Tom with the lost of the revelers left Glendenning's. "Ugh! how cold it ia. My blood is thin at thia unearthly hour," said Dela tole, lighting a cigarette as they paused to separate at Madison square. "I've often thought if I ever do aw-i-l my own departure from thia |>erp<'tual dressing and undressing it will be in this gray stillness, when one seems to feel the pulse of the world. Will you be on the stage tonight?" "Yea, but auppose—now, suppose you dine with we," aaid Tom, with a haiy recollection of the manager's advice. Hia speech waa thick and wavering. Dalatole'a head aeemed spinnim: round a*.**,-*- m tup. tut, llv. „,a -tic •*<!....i0 Were certainly dancing a minuet. "Charmed. And now go home, Slur ray, and go to bed. Not need to wine, are you? Yon might forget my a<lilre*-s, so Til putmycardin your pocket—there. Come down at 4...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 12 April 1894

VOL. VI. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. T 8. HOWLETT, ATTORNEY AT LAW. f and office bun.uom a upeelalty. For eeven year* In I'nlted -lute- I .and Office, having been both Register aud MMftfM JJ J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. fW Office over Vaklma National Bank, North Vaklma. Will practice In all the -"ourtso! the •itateand r. t*. land offices. |{KVVIS.. MILROY. liVVitlo'v ATTORNEYS AT LAW. ff-ui!'. i.ph.'li. .• In all Courts ol the Slat*. special attention riven to ail 11. S. land offlci* bualneas. North Yakima, Wash. WHITSON A PARKERI mma whitsom I l » rasD rsaara ATTORNEYS AT LAW. fBT-.iffii .- In First National Rank Building. tf O. MORFORD, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practices In all Courts lv the Rtatc. Especial attention to Collei tlons. ilfflce up stairs. Vak lma National Hank Hii'.lillinr T. a. raMk its r. MHUM yANCK A EXOLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office, Met /.■■er Mock. Yakima Are. Special at tention given to laud i .Hi..,- huslneaa. n. I. UHHWI •■ 1., aiiisi "I^JACKINNON A MURANE, ATTORNEYS AT L...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 12 April 1894

THE YAKIMA HERALD. a—PM -fW-wr tiii nan t v. E. M. BEEP, Editor aad Manager.*" •J.OO PEE ANNriITIN AHVANCK. Idwrti-tn _-tM l>« t»liratisa Otaa! Pager of North Urn. GROUNDS FOR THOUGHT. A numbsr of tbe newspapers of Ibe upper country bave been compelled to vary materially reduce tbeir aize through withdrawal ot support. In contributing to thla tha merchants and citizens of tlie several localities hsve shown a very lamentable lack of foresight. Tbe local newspaper is tha ephygniograpb of tbe pulse of tha community and when an in tending investor or settler picks up a paper which shows thst it hss been bligbten by tbe grim hand of poverty he vary naturally tarns his fsce in another direction with ths thought thatitsould be folly to plant hia good seed in a country ao sterile. Thla fact ia not recognized ss generally aa it should be, for of all lines of business tbat of tbe country publisher is tha poorest reqoitted considering the cap ital invested and labor performed. If tbe mercha...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 12 April 1894

PITHY LOCAL POINTERS Taklma as It Is Seen by "Tbe Herald's" Übiquitous Paragrapbers. AKOTHER STORE BDSIHESS BLOCI fraaser Decilitres farther Mayer, ally Honor.: I aglaeer lid ,„. „*. taaas* Bam9mmm,—ma9ai E«iiar* « •atlas I i-m tk* I a*l. E. J. Hamacher haa been down with la grippe for the paat week,bnt ia now on the mend. Mrs. Fred Kldridge of the lively Prosaer ___M_NM, waaa Yakima visitor nn Satur day laat. Bishop .lunger, of Vancouver, will ad minister confirmation at St. Joseph's church Sunday. All kinds of job work executed in the highest style of art at the lowest living prices, at Ths Hkrmdoffice. 11. J. K'lgour and Mrs. J. M. Clenden ing, of Fort Simcoe, were guests ot tbe Hotel Yakima on Wednesday. They came over to attend the Adania' wedding. C. B. Eaton, of Tacoma, was a gueat of the Hotel Yakima on Monday. Mr. Eaton has a splendid piece of land in the Sunnyside country which ha is getting under cultivation. Chief Justice Dunbar spent Friday and Saturday last in the city...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 12 April 1894

■^.iAk mm %\3^WP^^^* KATt-JORDAN *r Wf*3irfflimi* coPYKiomr ie°o i>jp.uppwcott cowwit, CHAPTER IX. Day by day the breach widened be ween the life Tom had led and tbe one lewly opening before him. The atelier j tad been transformed into an eastern I teat, fragrant, harmonious. He had riven Delatole the money tbat paid the >ills. had also advanced half a year's rent 'or the suite and stood hopelessly com nitted to the agreement. The hours spent in Chelsea square »ere like the rigor of an unsought pen ince, bnt the days drifted on while his tew home awaited him, and still he •ould not find the courage to cut the old iea, He was in continual antagonism o his better nature. His honest instincts iseerted themselves only to be stifled. 'or his decision had been taken, his steps let upon a road that allowed no turning lack. So a fortnight dragged by, bringing 'Christmas snow and greens to the town, ."helsea square was a patch of crystal .tightness, the snow undisturbed in tbe seminary...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 19 April 1894

VOL. VI. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. T B. HOWLETT, ATTORNEY AT LAW. I an.l Office business a specialty. For seven years In I'nlted Slates I an.l Office, having been both Register and Receiver. TT J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. ***»•****-( i ITS c. over Yakima National Bank, Morth Vaklma. Will practice In all Iba 'ourta of Ibe •Hate and l. s land offices. | J_EA VIB A MILROY, ,; -, JKR ATTORNEYS AT LAW. fW-v. ill practice In all Cnarta of the State, special aitentlon given to all I. 8. land office . bualueaa. North Yakima. Waah. WHITSON A PARKER I «"»» whitboi. 1 rar.ii mill ATTORNEYS AT LAW. •tafle-omce lv Firs! National Bank Building. g O. MORFORD, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practlcea in all rourta In the State. Kepeclal attention to Collections, office up stairs. Yak ima National Bauk Building. T. M. vakcb. laa r. i»..ii»ni yANCK A ENGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office. Metager block. Yakima Aye. Special at tcntlnn giveu to laud Offlce t.ilslncaa. D. k. MACKINKOK C. O. Sinn TyjACKINNON A HURANE, ATTORN...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 19 April 1894

THE YAKIMA HERALD. (MUSS BTBHV THIHSDII E. M. REED, Editor and Manager. 12.00 PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. Mnrtniit tain (>■ Ifflie-tiei. Official Paper of Nortli Yatin. *********-****Jssaa*sajaaaa*aaaasaaasssssasssass.ssassassssssas******» tt THERE ENOUGH MONEY! In considering tbis question, it is wall to distinguish between capital and money. These are not, properly speaking, convert ibis terms, though In common parlance tbey nre used as sneh The Rockefellers, Vanderbilts snd Goulds bsve hundreds of millions of capital, but they are invested in oil plants, railroade, etc., not in money. There is not nearly ss much money in existence as there is capital. Capital ia investment—something useful thst is in vested : ss business plants, lands, Rouses, ships, etc.; slso useful acquired knowl edge: aa the physician's skill, the me chanic's labor, etc Money ia not, and cannot b* thus in vested. It hss co sooner been ussd is tbe purciiase of one thing, than it ia used in the purchase of anothe...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 19 April 1894

PITH? LOCAL POINTERS Taklma ts It Is Seen by "Tbe Herald's" Übiquitous Paragraphers HEAVY SHIPMENTS TO SDIITSIDE. Mors,* I 1,1. 91* tie* lis Their Mora. Mole ra ■■!■ ot Just far < us»-4»-ss. Is Ihs reach (rss InJvrrS in ihs 9aaaamm . ■■« ■■■■ysu*. F. L. Cramplon, of Mt. Vernon, ia in tbe city. Senator Chas. Helm, ol Ellensburgh, waa a Yakima visitor this week. Miss Porter, of Roslyn, is visiting the family of her cousin, H. J. Snivelv. Frank Parker, of Dakota, a friend of W. M. Walker, is in the city looking for a business location. (ieorge Evans, deputy state auditor, ar rived here Monday and ia taking in tha eights ol town and country. All kinds of job work executed in tha highest style of art at the lowest living prices, at The Herald office. Ben Everett, the well known proprietor of "The Nevada," waa over from Tacoma this week greeting hia many friends. The year-old daughter of ex-coun cilman Tom Redmon, died on Sunday, April 15th. Grave fears are expreaaed over the condition...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 19 April 1894

yjfi^lft Jfflßt l coPYKiorrr m m jdlippincott comwiy, F^^X] f*m toPUMICD PYSfoIAUM-WttHT WTH TnflKl A I-tarp, quivering "breath came from his lips. Delatole had spoken -inly. Some thing had withered within him. or in tba degradation of bis life he had lost It forerer. He had atriven to write and always ia Tain. Hia ideas were no long er vivid, stirring, flowing to v logical sequence, but dim, abort-.-.-—a hazo of tangled threads. Heaps of closely writ ten paper, npon which the liest efforts of hia brain had been expended with the feverish intensity a man feels in running a race, had been cast aside ns worthless. The day was surely coming when his world would know the truth ami liken him to a plant that puts forth radiant blossoms once and withers in a night. How miserably he had failed! Was there no escape from social annihila tion except by trading on the infatua tion of a woman 10 years older than himelf? And once—once—when he liiul thought like one inspired, and I*. mor was a shi...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 26 April 1894

VOL. VI. PROFESSIONAL CARDS, T R. HOWI.KTT, ATTORNEY AT LAW. land Office bnsfness a specialty. For seven Tears In Colled States 1 an.l otAce. hsviug been biith Register aud Ruelvcr. JJ. JV SNIVEI.Y. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Sl^MMes .ncr Vaklma Nailnnal Rank. North' Vaklma. Will practi.-r in all the ■ ourtsol the ■itate and 11. a. land nill.-es. ' 111. HILBOV ATTORNEYS AT LAW. *»S*"r-\Vill practice In all t'nurtt of the Slat* -pc.lal Btteiitlon riven to all 0. 8 land ualri' iiu.lnsss. North tiHsit, Wash. WIIITSDNAI'AKKERj "»»» whitson P rRKD rvKkrs ATTORNEYS AT LAW fSr-iiPii,.. in First Natlnnsl llsnk BnlMlnr. £ (). MORFORI), ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practices In all Courts 111 the Slate. Itoreclal attention in Cnlli-ctlnns. office np stairs. Yak Ima National Ksnli Hull.llng. _____ -.. _ T. M. V .Hf*. IBS P. KMILStIABr. yANCK * ESULK.HART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Offlce. Mettzrr bin k, Yskima Aye. Special st tentinii blvcii IS l-an.l Office business. S, I. MACKINNON C. tl. Ml RASr TyjACKINNON A MURANE, AT...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 26 April 1894

THE YAKIMA HERALD. imUBTHt THIBSIIII. E. U. REED, Editor snd Manager. |».00 PEE ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. kin-Mat tattt l>» »» liraiiu. Waal Pager of North Yatima. NECESSITY FOk BIMETALLISM. Incomparably tbe most fmportant question before tbs world to-day is that of ths use of silver ss money. Both in Eu rops snd st horae this matter has again began to force itself into tbe front place, sod ths indications now sre tbat It will not down till something is done towards its settlement. Tne recent msrked re vival in its agitation began when it be came evident thst the policy of the Indian government, in cloeing the mints of that country to the free coinage of silver, was • failnre. India is England's most valuable colonial possession, and one of her most important markets and sources of supply. Indis hss virtually no other money than silver. Her action haa brought her sev ers! degress nearer bankruptcy than she wss before; and unless she reserves thst action, or unless something is done, and...

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