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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 23 February 1893

VOL. V. NORTH YAKIMA, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY '2X* 1893. no . 5. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. SAMUEL STORROW, OIVIL -ENOrINHJ-CJs-, U. 8. DEPUTY MINERALSURVEYOR. Office with rred R. Reed A'Co., Dudley Block. H. J. SMIVELY, Attorney at Law. swy-OtTu: over Yakima National Bank, North Yak una will practice in all the courts of the State and U. M. lead oftces. .. a. ee.vu. I a. a. m-aoT. REAVIS .- MILROY, ■Attorneys at Law. __»-will practice ln all Coarts of the mate. Special attention given to all V. B. laud office business. North Yakima, Wash. nmnti wmrs.iH raxDrsaaaa WHITSON 4 I'ARKER, Attorneys at Law. lap-Offic*l ap-Offic* iv First National Rank llullding. S. O. MORKORD, Attorney at Law. Practices tn all Courts In the State. Ksiieelel attentlou to Dollertluua. Office up stairs. Yak ima Satioual Bank Building. T. M. VANCE, ATTORNEY - -VT - __._fc.-W. Office over First National Bauk. Special at tention given to laud office bastness. 8. C. HENTON, JUSTIOB Of til* PHAO-0, NOTARY PUBLIC, ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 23 February 1893

THE YAKIMA HERALD. IMI'KD EVERT III! Hslm »2.00 PER ANNUM. IN ADVANCE. Afartiiiig lata I pon Appliratian. E. M. Ried, Editor and Business Manager. Official Paper of NortH-lima, The atudenta of the agricultural college evidently need [correcting fully as'much v tbe board of commissioners antl t lip faculty, judging from the reports from Pullman,'.the lateßt of which tells of tbeir insubordination by biasing at Mr. Smith and .'yelling "eggs" to Prof. lies ton. The school has been a source of scandal from its inception to the present time. Its location was a fraud; its build ings were hurriedly,erected," without re gard to requirement or suitability, in order to clinch the fraud; the first faculty was a job-lot imported from Dakota, and Heston, the new president, has been put ting in his time since appointment be tween lobybing at Olvmpia and literally and metaphorically dodging'nncient eggs thrown by the students. It is a bad smelling mess, from Acting Governor* Laughton, who put his ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 23 February 1893

I,A<JIO .«*IX. HUGH IOHL'S HEN. so doing revealed A scar along ins roro bead much like that on tho idiot's, and called out in a lusty tone of camarade rie: "Oood evenin, boys. How goes hit?" 'First rate," I replied. "How is it with yon. Hugh McNeil?" This question startled him. Ho came nearer, looked mo all over in au iust> lently critical way, then asked: "Do you uns -long round bar?" "No." 1 said. 'Whar do you uns como from?" "Up Chattanooga way." "The b-1 you say!" "Yes, that's what 1 do say." "1 hain't nover seed yon tins befoah." •There aro lot's of men you haven't seen." I laughed. "But you uns called me Hush McNeil." * "Well, isn't that your name? Are yon ashamed of it?" "No, 1 hain't, by ! But 1 want to know how you tins knowed hit." "That's my secret." "Say, stranger, uin't you uns Ynnks?" J and Hugh McNeil, for this was tho idiot's father, took off bis bat, rubbed up his red hair ugain and made a tour of inspection about tho little party. Anxious to learn which side ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 23 February 1893

PAGE FIVE HINDHWS HUD IS "OFF. The Regular Session of the City Council Frangot With Stirring Event. I alenrl Cart "turrr... 11.-i.rr.on sua Tf-rarml, and John U. Mo) l<* la »«altt t II? Illain.l Un war (• the t Irenten. i To tbe roll call st the regular session ol the city council Monday evening Acting{ Mayor Cox and Councilman Carpenter, j Chapman, Needham and Vsugh answer ed present. The minutes of last meeting were approved and a communication was read from the mayors of New Whatcom and Fairhaven asking tbe council to join In securing the passsge through the legis lature of desired laws snd inessures for the government of cities of the third class, and enclosing a copy of tbe proposed changes, with request for suggestions. As North Yakima is governed by an inde pendent charter and doesn't come under any class beading it waa decided to sub mit the comniunicstion to a committee and if thought advisable a special meet ing of the council could lie called to take co-operative actio...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 23 February 1893

THE YAiiA HERALD. rniJß-DAY FBHRI'ARY 23. I*l PUBLISHER'S NOTICE Br muta.l agreement between tbe publlslicra of the rilv papers th. carriers list ha. lieen dis continued and .11 papers will hereafter find their way through the post office This (hauge ha. been found desirable owing to the difficulty of securing carrier, who will not, through care lessness, neglect subscribers. The l.llare ni any subscriber to receive TH. ll_nai.ii under thla new arrangement .tumid ha promptly r>> ported at the nfflc. t: M RBKO. Yakima and tiik "Q" Roail—Much ■peculation is now indulged as to tbe route sad coast terminal of the Chicago, Burlington A Quincv railroad, which is headed for the Pacific northwest, and hns been built through Wyoming into Mon tana and surveyed to the Malm line. Chsrles R. Wright is said to have largely transferred his interests from the North ern Pacific to the "y" rond, as it iscalled, and is pushing the arrangements for its extension. Wright's friendly relations with ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 23 February 1893

OLD FATHER PETERS. By ALFRED E. CALHOUN. 'Copyright, 1«T, by American Pre** Aaaocla tion.l CHAPTER lIL "IPs are quite ready for that," said the old clergyman. With this sketch my reminiscences of the southern mountaineers will end, al least for the present, not because I have ' exhausted my material, but because 1 do not wish to test the patience of my' readers, who have been kind enough tc indorse the accuracy of my pictures and' reports. The gang nnder Het Magoone, who set fire to Father Peters' house and out-1 buildings, were more pnideitt than val-1 orons, for while they well knew that they outnumbered three to one the Union men gathered at Bradley's Cross ing, they did not care to rink a fight with the little force under the lead of the blacksmith. During tho years that strong Dick • Bradley had "counted himself a Chris tian," and spoken in meeting of himself as "a brand snatched from the burning," and "the chief of sinners," because of his past, he found his sorest trials in h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 2 March 1893

SIX PAGES VOL. V. SUMMONS. In tbe Suiwrlar Court «,f Yakima Count). SUte of Washington. X « if. Hi:. . , ii, . I'lalntHT. v.. > Binjamis A.daovKs. | Defendant. , Action brought in the Superior Court of Yak Ima County, Htate of Washington, at North > akliiui. and roniplalut fled iv the olßce of the Clerk of said < onrt on the l",th da» of Jan Mary. IS-.M. To the above uamed defeudant: You are hereby notified that Kate .irover, plalntirr, has filed a complaint against you In the Siipeilor Court of Yakima county, state ol Washington, at North Yakima, which will Clime oil to be heard sixty days after the first pnhll cation of this Summons, to wit: Sixty day. after the'Jtith day ol January, A. I). 189.1, and unless you appear and answer the same on or before the J7th day of March. IWKI, the same will be taken as confessed and tbe prayer of said complaint grantetl. The i* et iui'l prayer of said lomplalut Is - Ist. To have the boudsof matrimony between plalutlfl'and the defendant...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 2 March 1893

THE MIA HERALD. IHIID IVIHI TIIIHSDO. $1.00 PER ANNUM. IN ADVANCE. Atkertiuig lain I pan A-*-**liratiai. E. M. Xi k n. Editor and Businnaa Manager. Racaicr statistics show that the world over there are only ninety-eight women to every one hundred men. Thii gives an easy solution to the query of an ex change, which pointedly inquires why the opulent editors ef the two Yakima newspaper* are ba-helors. During the reign ol Elizabeth English dudes wore shoes three feet in length, the toe pointed and fastened up to the garter with golden .-bains, to which little belli were attached. In these degenerate days dudes are not given a fair ahow, and a body blow has been struck at this ipeciea by the passage ol Koscoe's anti-cigarette bill. Cine Alio has been trying to secure In dependence hall for the World's fair, but Philadelphia scornfully declares that she wouldn't awap that historic building for the whole town of Chicago. Her reluct ance to part with her treasure is consid erably strengthe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 2 March 1893

THE TAMA HERALD. SIXTH PAOBI THE INAUGURATION. I HOW GROVER CLEVELAND WILL BE INDUCTED INTO OFFICE. ■Is Vint Inauguration Compared with Others or Roeent History— Tha Weather an Important Factor—Mr. Cleveland Hus Alway. Been Fortunate In This Respect. ICopy right, ISSO.] F THE weather be as f.no as was the case on the 4th of March, 1685, the iii.-.u gural ceremonies i with which Mr. Cleveland will be honored on tl.e i 4th of March, j 1803, will prob- | ably bo as bril- ' liant as any that have ever occur red. Mr. Clove- i land was exceptionally fortunate when he was first inaugurated. Those who live in Washington look forward to the inauguration ceremonial with keenest anticipations of pleasure, which are always—tempered somewhat by apprehension that the weather may lie bad. President Harrison was inaugu rated on a day when the rain was both heavy and chilly. Garfield's inaugura tion took placo amid the most unpleas ant ntmospluric conditions, although tho rain did not fall until eve...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 2 March 1893

THE YAKIMA JERALD. THURSDAY. . MARCH 2. ISS-S j OLD FATHER PETERS. By ALFRED B. CALHOUN. Copyright, t*e. bf American Press Associa tion! "We were lea into tho cabin, and 1 supposed everything was so wet that it would be folly lo think of a fire ami im poseible to start one: but in this I was mistaken. While mother nnd I sat on the saddlea that had been carried in to fnrnisn us with seats, Dick Bradley pro duced his flint and steel—every moun taineer carries these primitive appliances —and, tearing off some dry splinters and bark from the inner side ol the logs, he soon had a blaze, and, following that, a fire. Except the four log walls and Un roof, which must have been the better part, for it kept the clay floor dry. then was absolutely nothing to this cabin. Tho pile of ashes on the big hearth showed that tho placo had onco been in habited, but, miserable though I was, I did not wonder that the builders had abandoned such a wretched place." Dick Bradley threw a circle of pickets ar...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 2 March 1893

TIEMIA HERALD MOMMY, MARCH .'. IHV3 PUBLISHER'S NOTICE ll> mutual .itri-etneiit l'l-tiiern the publisher. ■I the eltjr papers tbe carrier, list has been ills eoutluuetl .nil all papers will hereafter find tbeir war through the post office. This change ha. t-i-i-ii fouinl desirable owing to the dlmrulty of securing carriers who will not. through care lessness, neglect Sllliserlbers. Ihe Is iare (if any subserltier lo receive Tun lll.wsi.n muter Ibis new- arrangement should lie promptty re ported at Ihe office. E. M. REKD. HEKALDINGS. J. It, Smith returned from Portlanil Monday. Hen K. Snipes, of Seattle, in in the city for s few dsya. Colonel L. S Howlett loft for Olympis on Tuesilsy's train. Horn, Weilnesday, March 1, to the wife if Morris Sink, a son. Horn, Tuesday, February M, to the site of J. J. Hacker, a son. Horn. Thursday, March 2, to the wife if Thomas Wheeler, a son. Horn, Sunday, February M, to the wife if C. It. llarria, a daughter. O. A. Fechter made a business trip t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 2 March 1893

THE LOCAL NEWS BASKET. Interesting Items of Revs from Yakima and Its Snbnrbs. ■Its al i.os.ip, i l( i,, Fancies, Per. •0n,.1., nnd a Hodge.l'ndg r.rniraplii .1 Is erf Description. Born, Sunday, February 20, to the wife of Robert C. Farron, a daughter. ■ Died, Monday, February 27, the infant eon of Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Grewell. C. R. Harris has bought one of the Mason houses on the west Bide of the track. George Livesley armed from Orting on Friday last to look after his Yakima in terests. F. R. Reed recently presented Sheriff Simmons with a handsome gold star suit ably inscribed. Keith W. Ilunlop returned Sunday from a lengthy visit to tbe sound citiea and San Francisco. The annual meeting of the Old Union Ditch Co. will be held at the city hall Saturday afternoon. Rent Goodwin is arranging to build a one-story cottage residence on his ranch to the north ol the city. D. E. I*sh, L. E. Sperry and John Reed left for Olympia Sunday in the in terest of the state fair bill. F. S. Woodward ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 9 March 1893

VOL. V. summons. Iv th. Superior Court of Yakima County. State of Washington. KatbUbovbb, i rl.lntiff. ea. SMMSHta A.Obovbb, 1 Ht-ienilaiit. | Action brought In tbe Superior Court of Yak ima Couutjr. Stat* of Washington, at North Yakima, and complaint lied lv tbe office of tba Clark of uld I oart on the 2Mh day of J.u nary. IS9S. To the above named defendant: You art hereby notified that Kate fjrover. plaintiff, has filed a complaint against you lo the Superior Court of Yakima county, state of Washington, at North Yakima, which will come mi tn t>e heard sixty day. after the first publi cation of tbl. Summon., tn wit Sixty day. after the Joth day of Jannary. A. n . 1193. and unlea. yon appear and au.wer the Mm. on or before th* 27th day of March, ISM. the urn, will l.c taken a. confessed and tbe prayer of ■aid complaint granted. The i>V)«*ct and prayer of .aid complaint i.:~ Ist. To have th. bond, of matrimony between plaintiff and the defendant dlnolved. 2nd. That the real est...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 9 March 1893

THE YAKIMA HERALD. IIICED lUIII ill. Ilvnii ♦2.00 PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. .I-Jrainii*: Kates l>n Applintiin. E. M. Rebo. Editor and Business Manager. At last the ferocious Apaches sre be ginning to take kindly to civilization. It his t>een discovered that they are running a large plant In the Mogul lon mountains for the counterfeiting of silver ilollars. This fact should give the government re newed hopes of reclaiming theai. lata broad telephone patents, by which the Bell company maintained its monop oly, expired on Tuesday. There is now a prospect of a reduction in tariff, through competition, and subscribers may hope to soon hear the hellogirl'i melodious voice relieved of its heavy metalic tones. Even Ex-Secretary Foster says tl.at the V. S. treasury, ss turned over to democ racy, is down to bedrock and that Car lisle will find himself confronted with a great responsibility in maintaining the gold basis. It was only when a change of administration took pla«*e, and this fact...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 9 March 1893

THE YAKIMA HERALD. THURSDAY. Ml Hi II 9, l"**) PUBLISHER'S NOTICE By mutual agreement between the publishers of the city paper, the carrier, list ba. been ills continued and all papers will hereafter find their way through the post office This change ha. tieen found desirable ou iug ta the dlfllrulty of securing carriers who will not. through rare lesiues.. neglect subscriber.. The failure of any .übscrllier to receive Thb Huh i, under this new arrangement shnnld be promp4ly re ported at Ihe olTlee. X M REED. HERALDINGS. I. 11. Dills returneil Tuesdsy from Mis souri. C. C. i i«h-nan of Tacoma, is iv the city representing th* I.tdgtr. T. C. Stone has been in (ioldendsle for a *eek past purchasing horses. The Horton house st I'llensburgh has cloned its dining room, and Mr. Steiner is making preparations for moving to Seattle. Mrs. Coblcr, who hss been visiting her sister, fttve. S. C. Ilcnton, for the past couple of weeks returne«l to her home in Ta-oms Tuesday. On Tuesday Judge Crave...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 9 March 1893

Tl YAKIMA HERALD. THURSDAY. . . MARCH fl. I*3 SOUTH AMERICAN ABORIGINES. Tkajr Will Posm for the Populace at ihe World. Fair. Almost every variety of every raco of man will be represented at Chicago by living specimens, and the few* exceptions will be shown in life size models. The Indians of South America will form a specially interesting group, and, most of all, those of Terra del Fuego. The Fne goans, notwithstanding tho frigidity of the atmosphere, go almost naked, wear- A aOLTH AafERICAN* CHIEF. tug no clothes save the skin of some ani mal hung over the windward side of the body. The men, though only averaging about 5 feet in height, aro enormously powerful, anil the women are ns strong tauscularly as their husl-ands. Ono ac ooniplishiiu-iit possessed by these remark able people is an amazing skill in the throwing of stones. They fling them with both hands and with such force and ac curacy aa to render them most fonuida ■ble antagonists in a fight. They are also the most skillf...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 16 March 1893

VOL. V. rA I. CARDS. JOHN A. BROWN, Attorney at Law. Ha. est.lili.heit a law office lv the K.helman baildlug Will practice lv all tbe conn, of the ■tate. SAMI'EI. STORBOW, OIVIIj HJNOINHIEI-R., V. 8. DEPUTY MINERALKURVEYOR. Office with Fre.l K. Iteed 4k Co , Dudley tllock. H. J. SMVEI.Y, Attorney at Law. £-ajr--office over Yakima National Bank, North Yakima Will practice in all the court, ot tbe State and V. B. land ofhce.. I R. 88.Vt.. I B. B. BII.BOT. 'REAVIS a mii.roy, Attorneys at Law. •faT-WIU practice In al) Court, of the State. ■penal alteutlou given to all U. B. land office business North Yakima, Wash. u,«un whitsoi. raxti nun WHITSON 4 PARKER, Attorneys at Law. aaf-o'll"- in First National Bank Building. 8. O. MORFORD, Attorney at Law. Practices in .11 Courts In the state. Ksueclal attention to Collections. Office up stairs. Yak ima National Hank Building. T. M. VANCE, ATTORNEY - AT - T_.A.-W. Office over First National Bank. Special at tention a 1 yen to Laud Office busine...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 16 March 1893

THE YAKIMA HERALD. IMCBO B VI HI TIIIRSDIt. MOO PER ANNUM. IN ADVANCE idTerfmij** Kalf. I pi Appliratin. E. M. Rbbd. Editor and Business Manager CAUTION TO THE THOUGHTLESS. A petition hss been circolsted snd numerously signed calling upon the council to order a special election when the question will be submitted of aban doning our present charter and Incorpo rating under the laws of a city of the third class. It is unquestionably true that a larga number of the signers to this petition did not give fbe matter the con sideration thst it deserved and failed to set with a knowledge of the premises. Whst is to be gained by adopting the new charter? Those who are circulating the petition reply that by its provisions the voters directly elect to fill the offices of city clerk, treasurer and marshal. The agu ment advanced is then one mainly of office seeking snd office filling. The leg islative and administrative benefits of a charter seem to be lost sight of in a scramble after tbe spoil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 16 March 1893

THE YAKIMA HERALD. i ii i K~.HA i. March i«. ir.i PUBLISHER'S NOTICE By mutual agreement between the publishers of the city papers the carriers list has been dis continued and all paper, will hereafter find their way through the mat office. This change has been fouud desirable owing to the difficulty of .ecurlng carriers who will not. through rare les.uesa, neglect .uhscriher.. The fall«re of any .übseribcr to receive Thb llimin uuder tbl. new arrangement should I* promptly re ported at the office. K. M. XXI n HERALDINGS. Birn, Wednesday. March 13, to the wile of I'cter Walen. a daughter. Mrs. IV H. Shannon left Monday fur Tacoma, to lie absent a week or ten days. Kawcett Bros, received a car load ol handsome carriages and hnggiss this week. Mrs. J. 1,. I...sen Old left for Portland, on Friday last, to he absent about a. month. Miss Mollie Mi-Daniels is visiting her sister, Mrs. Milford Thorp, of Kittitas county. State Auditor L. A. (iriines arrived from Olympia Wednesday and spent ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 16 March 1893

Tl YAKIMA HERALD. THl'**u*l>AY MARCH IS. 11l Legislative Registry. tatta of insane persons; emergenr clause. No. 445, by the com in it lee on commerce —Rala'lve to Hem on law logs, spars, pilea or other timber. No. 188, by B4ish, of Pacific—For the enforcement by county commissioners of the H*b laws. No. 48, by Weed—Amending the act relative to the sale of granted lands; emergeacy clause. No. 68, by Bailee—Punishing the n.ali cious killing of dogs. No. 70, by Nsah—Relating to proceed ings supplements! to execution. No. 108, by Morrison —Providing for viewing, lsying out and surveying public roads. No. 110, by Andsrson, of Whitman— To prevent the sale or injury of mortgaged persons! property. No. 212 —To prevent attempts to com mit burglaries. No. 232, by joint judiciary committee —Prohibiting divorced persons from con tracting marriages within the period in which sn appeal may be tsken. No. 2ul, by McElwain—To protect sal mon and other fool fishes in the waters of Puget sound; em...

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