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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 9 August 1894

THE YAKIMA HERALD. K. M. REKP, Kill illlt ASP M ANAtifcK I rabliabed every Ttntr-iUi . -nili-.crtt.ti. n I-'.'J per year In advance. Ailiertislnft rates iii»iii application. OFFICIAL PAPER Of MIRTH YAKIMA. THURSDA V, A UO US T 9. 1894. AFFAIRS IS CORE A. Corea has been conquored successively by both Ihe Japanese and Chinese. Tlie last conquest was t hat by China, alsjut tbe middle of the seventeenth century, when the Manchu dynasty became (irmly established. Corea had side! with the deleated Mings, became nominally a vas sal of China and was forced to pay tribute. The reigning family of Corea is of most respectable antiquity, having held the throne since MM, Since the Manchu conquest Corea has minded her own af faire, and has had no war with either China or Japan. In 1875 Japan made atreaty with Corea which was promptly broken, and then renewed, tbe lagt gaining greater con cessions in the matter ol open ports, per manent residents, etc. tn 1885 China and Japan entered into what is ...

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. — 9 August 1894

IN THE LOCAL FIELD A Hariest or Good Things Gleaned by tbe Reaper. 10 CHAFF FOUND IN THIS WHEAT A Ureal Held l a. Ike llu-.tll.iu mad Ihe Ru-tlllng at 'The 11. „ Hld"»" *» ".a.in i. In iln-iiiiu, ; l.anlin. nnd I .inn.. "Jolly OU Chums," a theatrical attrac tion is looking for oiien ilates in Decem ber. Marie Heath, in "A Turkish Haiti," has lieen booked hy Manager Mackinnn for Mason's opera house ou Nov. '2. It is rumored that Attorney Ira I*. F.nglehart will enter the lists on the re publican county ticket for I lie office of prosecutor. Watermelons, the drat of the season, were on sale on Wednesday morning, at prices ran>(ini{ from lie to 3>c—and line ones they were, to be sure. The democratic county central commit tee met last Saturday afiernoon, hut wan unable to take action or make a call for the county convention as the state com mittee has not yet named the date of the •late convention. Says the Waterville Index: "Q lite a number of our citizen* with their fmnilies wil...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 9 August 1894

THE EARTH WILL QUAKE Terrible Seismic Upheavals Predicted i for tbe Mootb of August. HEW YORK CITY TO BE DESTROYED « alitorulM mill t torldu W 111 Up < *M trrird Into l«lfttid« by » Man rlnr l-.arltiquiike -Thr l*rnplirr y : of ii Rriiowiiid 1.1 i in.in ■»■ i. ■... i . | I Recent earthquakes in luirope ami I Asiatic Tnrkev, fnllinp.l by tlie seiaini. disturbance in Ti'iines>ee, M-i-o.iri uml Wisi-onain, as reported in the diapahhaa. Hive new interest to tlie prophet ie« nl | danger anil disaster which have been' Biade during ret-ent years. The matter, however, would nut attract any Bp<H-ial attention in tl is country hut for recent circulation of an aft-aged proph ei*y by I'rofessor Rudolph Mb, nf Vienna and Berlin, to the t flVct that the my at New York ia lo he destroy. ■■! IJ an earth quake the 17th of August. There has recently lieen pulilislied in some of the New York papers a statement to the effect that there will he a great sub marine earthquake in August. I »Jl. wh...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 16 August 1894

vol. VI. PROFESSIOXA L < A ADA, \\- W. MiCOKMICK. M. D., SURGEON and PHYSICIAN. Office In K^helmsu MiK-k Kwldenre, Eahel mail HIiH-k. 'JJ*> II J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. ■rj^-iitni-o over Yakima National Bank, North Yakima. Will iirat'lltc in all t hocuurtaof the state ami D, s. laml olflce*. KRAVIS i MILROY, t■> « »«»vt» I a. a. MiLKov ATTORNEYS AT LAW. £aT"WIU iiraetloe in all I'onrls of the Stat*. Special attention given to all U. H. laml odli-e l.usines*. North Yakima, Wash. W. L. JON«». I- a. NKWMAH TONES A NEWMAN. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First National llauk. North Yakima. Wash 11. F. MACKINNON I*. I>. atRANK AM ACKINNON A MURANE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Kooms I and 2 Lowe ink. Notth Yakima. Wash. ■V} O. MORFUKD, ATTORNEY AT LAW. ttwttiom In all Courts In the State. Faia-elal attention to I'ollei'tlons. Olute tip stairs. Yak ima National llauk ll.iil.lini* JOHN A. HUOWN, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office in Kslielinan li'illiilng. Will practice In all courts ol the state. (-JKO. ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 16 August 1894

THE YAKIMA HERALD. K. M. UKEH. EIUTOI'. ASH MANAOKK. Published erery Thtirtslay; .uh.ciit.ti v tm per year In advauce Adiertlslug rates utmii application. OrriCltL PAPER OF NORTH YAKIMA THURSDAY, AtfOtJAf at, 18!>4- BIMETALLIC SAFETY VALVE. We are having a good deal if experi ence just now, if not much of anything elae that is valuable, and it should Is teaching us something. The lesson to be learned from the long continued and still prevailing depression are many. Some of them have, no doubt, been c.-.rt-fulli conned. As, for'instance, the lesson thai one can live on much less than during flush times would have been considered possible. And the corollary ot this, that many things are luxuries which we have considered necesssries. Bat perhaps the most important lesson of alt bas not been generally and clearh apprehended. The lesson Is that there is not enough money. This ia not fashionable doctrine yet. The monied men, and those who think it the height of intelligence to lie on w...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 16 August 1894

IN THE LOCIL FIELD A Harvest of Good Mings Gleaned by tbe Reaper. HO CHAFF FOUND IN THIS WHEAT A i-rrsi 1 i. iii lallssvi Ibr lliimlhu 1. ...I 11,.- Ilo.illna •>• -ll" 11. r. i,i.r»" uniioiiiii in 'iiiniiiu., I.nriliii. ana I arms. Dr. J. Jay Chambers, formerly of thia City, haa he mi ti.line.l hy tlie populists of I lain) aa lieutenant xovernor. M. J. QtttPWf, til North Yakima, is a guest of W. I*. W.itton, of Fern Hill, aaya the Tacoma t'nioii. He reports that times ! •re very haril around hia section ol the country. A very young bahy of .1. <i irrecht ilieil on Saturday l.i-i of cholera infantiiiii. ami wia htirieil on Suhdiy. Mr. tiarrecht and wife have the avnipiithy of their many friends in their Morrow. It il rnmorcil tha' the Selah ami Suti nyaule ditch companies have taken space at the Inter-statr fair at Tacoma, anil that K. Y. I.i ti»*ni haa hail apportioned to Yakima county a apace of K'xHtl feet for a general display. Our merchants are evidently preparing for it h...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 16 August 1894

flappf H«*»p*-nID«. How many useful inventiona have been the result of mere chance it ia not eaiv to conjecture. Certain it is that a number i of great din-overiea have hung upon a ■ingle thread, aluioat yet not quite per fected, when one little chance, an event in itself moat trivial haa given to us the invention which might otherwiie have been delayed for centuries Many ioven lion* ire Ibe slow growth of ages, while others have sprung instantly from the in ventor'! brain, the result of some happy accident. Among the accidental improvers of the steam engine was a fun loving boy by the name of Humphrey Potter, whose duty it was to open the valves for the admission of steira. Thil youthful geniui soon dis covered that hy uniting the valve by a string to another part of the machinery the work would be better done and ha would bave more time for birtineating. Tbis arrangement, rude aa it waa, coo- j tinued tor some lime until Henry Brigh-! ton constructed an engine in which the! valves...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 23 August 1894

VOL. VI. PROFESSIOXAL CARDS. \Y W. M.COUMICK, M. 1)., SURGEON and PHYSICIAN. MM lo Ksliclman Blink. Residence. Eshel iniiii Block. 2» IT J. SNIVKLY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Mr-ofßce over Vakima National Bank, North taklma. Will practice in all th. courts of the •tale ami U. 8. land offices. RKAVta A MILKOY. |*,*«j«- ATTORNEYS AT LAW. #^T"WI11 practice In all Courts of the Stat*. »pci lal attention Riven to all C. 8. land office inisiness. North Vakima. Wash. w. L. johes, j M. ar.wasa JONES A NKVVMAN. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First National Bank, North Vakima. Wash 9. O. UMUHNI i\ n. mi'baki \JACKINNON A MURANE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Koom. 1 and 2 t-owe Bl'k. North Vakima, Wash. SJ O. MORFOKH, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practices In all Courts In the Slate. Especial attention to Collections, office up stairs. V ak iina National Hank HiillditiK. JOHN A. BROWN, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office In Eshelman bulldln*. Will practice In all courts of tbe state. QKO. C. MILLS, CIVIL ENGINEER. Mem Soc. Irrigation Knaineers....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 23 August 1894

CORSETS We carry a full line'of Schilling's Corsets. Every pair guaranteed, and we will allow customers to return them if; alter reasonable wear, they do not give satisfaction. Give them a trial. DITTER BROS. THE YAKIMA HERALD. K. M. KEEP, EDITOR AM> MAW.I 1: I'Hbllsbe-d every Thursday: sHlisrripiinn fj.oe per year In advance. Advertising rates upon application. tdftOUtt, PAPER OF NORTH YAKIMA. THURSDAY, AUIUST23. 1534. A THOUGHT FOR TAXPAYERS The time for holding the various count) •nd state conventions is fast approach int. snd the usual button-holing has lonu since begun. The taxpayers meantime are passing sleepless nights over the prob lem of getting the funds to be gatheren nnder the name of taxes for these anii.i patiog and hopeful button-holers to di vide during the next two years. It is a great pity that we cannot bring the same independence into county and state poli tics that we sometimes bring into citt politics and get a good and bon i ii le taxpayers, or citizens, ti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 23 August 1894

,JN THE LOCAL FIELD A Htmst of Good Things Gleaned by tbe Reaper. HO CHAFF FOUND IN THIS WHEAT « i.nsi In id I ..I 1., ci- ihe llu-tliii*. hmil Ibe lluslllni of "The llrr iiirt-s" Itorkin.il m Misiish.. I.«rd.-,i» uml I nrius Mrs. Clark, a resnluitol Ihe Natcheez, died at the hos.iital on Wednesday. 1"..ir0. at North Yak'oci. M inday. Auk ust 20, to the wife of Merrill E. Keed, a son. The family of Sheriir Pan Simmons returned Monday from the upper Natch eez where they have been camping. Samuel Storrow shipped five carloads of potatoes to Sea'tie this week. He rea lized $!I.U) per ton for them on the farm. A carload of watermelons was shipped by Ward Urns., to Tacoma. on Wednes day. Several carloads bave lieen moved this week. l'addy Lee, of I'eshastin, announces that he hss seven game chickens which he will exhibit at the State Kair, snd that he stands ready to tight live of them for »500. Thomas Jones was arrested Monday night by Deputy V. S. Marshal (luilland for selling liquor t...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 23 August 1894

Tl TIE lEIMtf 9r 01 R FMCII. [ST BayllaT 1 Hurling Mamie aow li dead: She Ii numbered with the blert— she ban ffooe to ace her Ford, Where ihe evermore will rest The burden now Is taken mma>9mddtt term lair and aMie, she will ti'in be glad .nd happy. In that land that In an blight The borne tbat uuee reanaudi 1 With her laughiug. Joyoaa mirth. Will miaa her milling countenance 111 thi* ml and lonely earth Pu not mourn (or her; ye, tawd SSMSi Do not weep such hitter tears- For the in now a loving angel. Where ahell never know nn (cars Yci, dear lather, mother, brother!. "he In laid neath tbe cold, rold mid lint ber aoul In wafted onward To pray for yon to her God. Nay; weep uot, fair (liter Alice. For at)e'i happy bow above- In theiblnlng court of heaven. Where all t» light and lore bear little lister Bin lieen, Wo kuow tbat Mamie you'll mlaa: Hut ihe watches you lv your glee. From that home where all !• bllaa. O, our happy, loving Mamie. Think of vi at night and mora; ' oiard oti...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 30 August 1894

VOL. VI. PROFESSIOy.4L CARDS. v\r w. Mccormick, m. d , SURGEON and PHYSICIAN. Office In Kshelmau Mock. Residence, Kshel man Hlo. k 2* JJ J. BNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. gag-' mm* over Yakima National Bank, Nonb Yakima. Will practice in all tha court.ot the State and IT.l T. H. laud offices. •JJUXtA 4 MILROY, , j-| -aaatm ATTORNEYS AT LAW. M^-Wlll practice iv all Coarts of the Htata. special attention alien to all I. 8. laud office bus!nesa. North Yakima, Wash. w.t. joais, I,EHRU JONES A NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Orer First National Rank. North Yakima. Wash ti. I. H.caiNNON i.li. m-Hisr TVT ACKINNON A MURANB, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooms 1 and 2 Ixiwe Rl'k. North Yakima. Waah. C O. MORFORD, ' ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practices In all Courts In the Stale. Especial attention to Collections. Office up stair.. Yak ima National Bauk Building, JOHN A. BROWN, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office in Eshelman building. Will practice In all conn, of the state. •QKO. C. MILLS, CIVIL ENGINEER. Mem Soc. Irrigation Kin; in pi...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 30 August 1894

CORSETS We carry a full line of Schilling's Corsets. Every pair guaranteed, and we will allow customers to return them if, after reasonable wear, they do not give satisfaction. Grive them a trial. DITTER BROS. THE YAKIMA HERALD. K. M. RKED, KDITOR AND MANAGER. Published every Thursday; subscription $2.00 per year in advance. Advertising rates upon application. OFFICIAL PAPER OF NORTH YAKIMA. THURSDAY. AUGUST SO. 1894. THE NEW RAILROAD. At a special meeting of Ihe chamber of commerce of Portland tbe other day, to hear the report of the transportation com mittee to whom was referred a communi cation from the Portland, Vancouver A Northern Railway, asking for the sanc tion and co-operation of that body in the building of a railroad from Portland to North Yakima, the following statement was read, which although somewhat lengthy is replete with interest for this section and is therefore reproduced in its entirety: To the Chamber of Commerce, Port land, Or. : Gentlemen—Tne undersigned com...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 30 August 1894

H| THE LOCAL FIELD A Harvest or Good Things Gleaned by the Reaper. HO CHAFF FOUND IR THIS VHEAT A Ureal \t-ta Faliawa the iiu..u.,« Bad tka Ho.un.g at •• I iir ii,,. Alt's" Warkaira la i.«_..-.»., tiar-Seas mm farm*. Born, August 27, to the wife of Charles Cninse, a daughter. Born, at August l'J, to the wife ol Cbarlea Stone, a son. Finest quality Yakima melons are *2(s $2.50 in Tacoma this week. J. L. Smith boasts of broom corn 10 feet in height, on his Kennewick ranch. The Kennewick t'o/uittfciaii announces that C. E. Lum is a candidate for the office of treasurer on the republican ticket. Henry Tipton, of Yakima City, waa thrown from a horse on Wednesday while riding from this city to his home, breaking his collar bone. Speaking of candidates, now comes George H. Wilson who wishes to be the next county surveyor, with the consent of the republican party and the votes of aay and all comers. The mother of Mrs. J. Metzger, whom that lady recently went to visit in Den ver, Colo., died...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 30 August 1894

A « tapir al llorllcallnrn I Him.. Lm-ost seed may be kept dry lor a year or two without destroying Its vitality, bnt It mast in all case* be thoroughly scalded before sowing, or it will lie a I whole year in the ground without vegs-1 fating. For a quart ol seed poor on four I quarts of hot water and let it stand 12 or 24 boars, when most, if not sll, of the seeds will be swollen to several times tbeir former size. Stir Ihe seeds while in the wster so aa to agitata Ibem briskly, and while in motion pour off the wster and swollen seeds, while the others, being | hesvier, will remain at the bottom of the vessel; then scald and let soak aa before, and they will generally all swell. The ' seeds ran then be sown where designated to remain or in a nursery bed, and tbe trees transplanted when ons year old. Nurserymen do most of the work ot propagating varietii s of plants by cuttings in the winter. This ia partly because there is not so much else to occupy their attention, and partly becau...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 6 September 1894

VOL. VI. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. \y VV. M.CORMICK, M. 1)., SURGEON and PHYSICIAN. (ifflce In Kshelman Hlock. Residence. Eshel lann Hlock. 3t IJ J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Mp*i>rilcc over Vaklma National Rank, North vJtium Will practice In all t hacourtaof the "tateand 0. H. land offices. jjK.vvis i mii.koy, s ;•;■»»;» ATTORNEYS AT LAW. #»J~« ill practice In all Cnurtii of the State, special attention jjlveu to all t'. H. land oHleo lni.-inci.«. Nurtli Yakima, Wash. W. L. JOMKS, LfcimU JONES A NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First National Hank. North Yakima, Wash I). I!. MACKINNON C. D. mill ]y£ACKINNON & MURANK, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooms 1 aifd I I ..me HI k. North Yakima, Wash. <J O. MORFOKD, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practices in all Courts In the State. Kspeclal attention to Collection*. Office up stairs. Yak lma National Bank HulldlnK. JOHN A. BROWN, ATTORNEY AT LAW. omce 111 Rshelman building. Will practice In all courtHof the state. QEO. C. MILLS, CIVIL ENOINIvER. Mum. Hoc. Irrig...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 6 September 1894

CORSETS We carry a full line of Schilling's Corsets. Every pair guaranteed, and. we will allow customers to return them if, after reasonable wear, they do not give satisfaction. Grive them a trial. DITTER BROS. THE YAKIMA HERALD. E. M REED, EDITOR AND MANAGER. I'niillntHHi every Thursday; subscription 12.00 per year In advance. Advertising rates upon application. orricuL paper or north yakima. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1894 The opportunity of the county democ racy is at hand. Never before in the his tory of the republican party of Yakima have the .bosses shown sucb otter disre gard for the wishes of the voters and party workers as in the recent convention. This disregard was born of supreme confidence and they placed in nomination a ticket that is notable mainly for its weakness. They nominated candidates' for the lead ing offices who sre identified with the in terests and progress of the conntr only in the slightest degree; who are of the birdsof passage order, only stopping here thro...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 6 September 1894

LOCAL ITEMS GALORE A Feast of Hews; Notes Condensed For Tbe Herald's Many Readers. HOME TALES ENTER •'AININGLY TOLD 111. MM and < nuilly llatr Rrrn n.k. .1 iin.i si f .1,,. ,i |«r i-.i r;i : ra pli* M lit! ii MM ■••■■■i.i». ■'! Prat ln| ..I "li>i. Titan l';i»»iiin I in. i. »i Coroner Tabard hhvs that he abides cheerfully b» tha work of the republican conveiiiion, Inn llihl lie |>r>>!»• •-*«»•< denning out the river lielore his successor dons the iillir',.il toga. The young men's republican club, Which YWIH ID llBVe bePtl liri.'Htll7.l'(l 111 Ihe court bOMt la«t Saturday evening, proved ■ failure. The county convention wai too much ol n (Uiii|>er. Mr. Ge >rge Bosdet is at Tacoma with a very attractive display of gfajM, grasses and fruits from the Selah Valley which he has tastefully arranged in the H^riinl tural and hortii'ulturul building of the luter-Htato fair. The meeting of tlie fair commission N Friday was practically only onp of reca pitulation for the ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 6 September 1894

sriiEiiifl at son sprim,v A Vcrr HHfrnlnlni tirollnl ntlhr I'lfß.iiT.. nf i nmp Life at TkU I union, lli.nti. The following excerpts are from ade- j layed Soda Springs letter, but are of such j a newiy, gossipy character that Tub Herald is impelled to overlook the mat ter of age and give them to the public: Never before has the Ahtanum Soda Springs, aa a summer resort, b^en as pop ular as this season, and during the ex treme period of heat it has maintained a ■ floating population of between 200 and j 2JO souls, including many of our most attractive young and elderly people. For! the gentlemen fairly good fishing and i hanting can be had in the vicinity and while the sterner sex have been roving i woods gun in hand or whipping the! stream lor trout the ladies have enjoyed j the amusements provided in camp among : which are the tennis court laid out by ! the Misses Cary, and Mrs. 11. K. Owens' | croquet grounds. The temperature and shady grounds make living out of doors very pleasant...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 13 September 1894

VOL. VI. PROFESSIONAL CAHDS. W. MiCORMICK, M. P., SURGEON and PHYSICIAN. nfi.-.- In Knhelman Mock. Residence, K.hi-1 •nan in... k » IT J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. M^nfflir over Yakluia National Rank, North Vakltna. Will practice 111 all tliecuurtaof the -mii' «'M V. M. land nlßrei. |{KAVIS * MILROY, , ;.V;VI.!Tv ATTORNEYS AT LAW. f»-\Vill practice In all Oniirta of the State. SiVvrUl attentlou given to all V. H. land office tm«ine««. North Vaklma. Waah. w. L. Jonas, j. M. Hiwms JONES A NEWMAN. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over Flrnt Natioml Hank. North Vaklma.Wa»b P. I. MACKINNON C. I>. MU»AKI TLffAOKOWOg & MURANE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Ronraa I and I UrTC 111'k, North Yakima, Wanh. g O. MORKOUD, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practice)! in all Courts in the State. Kancclal attention to Collections Office tip italrt. Yak linn National Hank Iliilldtng. JOHN A. BROWN, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office In Enhelman tvilldlng. Will practice In all courts of the atato. 1. (jKO. C. MILLS, CIVIL ENGINEER. Mem Soc. inluii...

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