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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 11 October 1894

New Blood New Nerve New Grit -t^^b THE BIG DRY GOODS STORE FHT>» BARGAINS Always on top with New Goods and New Prices. The low prices on on; Dress Goods, Ladies', Gentlemen's and Children's Woolen Underwear and Hosiery, Cloaks, Table By Linen, Corsets and Gloves. m^^^^^ THE YAKIMA HERALD. K. M. KEEP. EDITOR AND MANAGER. "iit.ll«heil every Thnnxlay; lutiwrlptlnn KM |kt year In «ilm«i)c'i'. Arivertiilnir. rsten upon application. OFFICIAL PAPER OF NORTH YAKIMA. TUVRSDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1894. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Supreme Judge Jons L. Bii.\bpstei.n Thomas Allen Congressman B. F. Hkihton N. T. Caton COUNTY TICKET. Joint-Senator Ueokue S. Taylor Representative E. F. Benson Auditor W. J. Roaf Sheriff U. H. Alls* Treasurer Matt Babtiiolet Clerk Henry W. Cbeason Prosecuting Attorney Thomas M. Vance Assessor Georuf. II Hi ll Coroner Db. O. P. Winte smite School Superintendent. K. P. Übeene Sheep Commissioner Andruw Slavin Commissioners— Second District . . JoNicrii Stei'iienkon Third District E...

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. — 11 October 1894

IN THE JORYS HANDS. One of tbe lost Remarkable larder Trials in Criminal Annals. LAVERGHE'S LIFE 111 THE BALARCE % • >■■■■ r llnr.fi Unilu Itae Killing. Hal Mar* He Wa« numrd by I »- VcrgMC and I l>n I III* t. I W» tin flr.Hlt nf Irnr ■hr MmOoxi nl III* (.allot* •. Nearly four months ago ou the ISth days ol June, in the first hour of tin Dew day, Nathan S. Bagwell, it protui nent spGrtinK character who was com monly known as "Tex" was shot down in cold blood, when within a tew roils oi his home, by an assassin concealed in tin Mhatlow of )««'•> shoe store. It vus tin tireatest criminal sensation of central Washington, as well as the most pro found mystery. "Tex" was not known to have any enemies and robbery could Dot have been the incentive lor tbe com mission of the crime, as hundreds of dol lars' worth of diamonds aud jewelry ami considerable money was found upon tin person of the murdered man. The in quest lasted for three days and although suspicion with iv blighting ha...

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

Here's a Pretty How-de-do SOO "StTards of Tapestry and Briassels CariDets IDainageci "by "W"ater "\ATill "be Sold at Discount. of from 25 to 50 Per Cent. low i R(»ss.f m iie rciEi. Tk< Irrilnrnl U l"nllilr«. and 11,. HOltft tlnl) n lomrnf. llmr. Tbe followinir names of prominent peo ple of Edison, who testify to the cure of His* Snow, should go far to substantiate croat-eves, as well as all other curable diseases. Miss Snow can be seen and referred to at Edisoo I To tbe Public I We, the undersigned, have known Miaa Bettie Snow all her life, and known of her eye being crossed, and that she waa successfully cured by Dr. Darrin at Hotel Chilburg, Tacoma, Wn: REV. B. Z. FAHS, Excelsior, Wn. REV. GEORGE 111"ZZKI.I.I-:, Edison. W. J. M'DONNEIX, postmaster, Edison, Wn. W. B. CHAMBERLAIN, Chief of police. Edison, Wn. A. C. HARRIS, Druggist, Edison, Wn. 1). C. SMITH, Edison, Wn. J. W. HARD, Jeweler, Edison, Wn. J*ka »l'«.r«»»-, »on < iired. When five years old I (ell from a hay | mow t...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 18 October 1894

VOL. VI. PKOPESSIOXA /> CAKVS. W. MtCORMtCK, M. l>., SURGEON and PHYSICIAN.! I OBlce Id V.lii-:iiiii', Murk. KMiilrnic E«hel u.«u Blurk. '> II J. HNIVKLY. ATTORNEY AT LAW. 0 s»-<ifnce SMS Vakima National Bank, North { V.kun. Will |.r«,ti, , in all th» rourinot tbe ] -tair ■ u<t ('. K. laud ofllcei. RKAVIS A MILROY. | ;; ■ «»;» ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Mr*Wlll pra<tirr in all Conrti of the Stat*. s-peclal attention given to all IT. 8. laud oflic* buiiiueiii. North Yakima, Wanh. I.LJOIU, J.M.HIWaUH JONKB A NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First National Hank, North Yaklina. Wash B. *. ■»< ItINKON <• D. x >■ <•■ ' MACKINNON A MURANK, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Koonu 1 and 1 1*** Bi'k, North Yakima. Wa«h. JOHN A. BROWN, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office iv Kihelman building. Will practhc in all courts of the ■tatc QEO. C. MILLS, CIVIL ENGINEER. Una. Hoc. Irrigation Knmnifra. I. I. Deputy Surveyor, office in tue larger of the Cadwell iiulliliiiKi. 2nd atreet. p Frank, M. D., PHYSICIAN ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 18 October 1894

New Blood . New Nerve New Grit! ~^^^| THE BIG DRY GOODS STORE PC)R I*A.:R<i.A.IP*S Always on top with New Goods and New Prices. The low prices on otti Dress Goods, iL^Kfci Ladies', Gentlemen's and Children's Woolen Underwear and Hosiery, Cloaks, Tabli 4 p^^BP^ Linen, Corsets and Gloves. . ■^^^^^^ rHE YAKIMA HERALD. E. M. KEED, EDITOR AND MANAiiF.K. Vnbliiheil every Thursday; •nbMrlptlnn I- 1 in per year In «dv»upr. Advertising niten uiMin application. OfflOtAi TAPER OF NORTH YAKIMA. * THURSDAY, OCTOBER IS. 1894. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Supreme Judge . Jons L. SiunrttrEiN 11 •• Thomas Aixen Congressman B. F. Hbinton ' " •' N. T. Caton COUNTY TICKET. Joint-Senator George S. Taylor Representative K. F. Benson Auditor W. J. Roaf Sheriff H. H. Au.bn Treasurer .. Matt Bartholet Clerk Hexhy W. Cke.ason Prosecuting Attorney Thomas M. Va.nck Assessor Gboruf. H. Hill Surveyor W. A. Wabrin Coroner Db. G. P. Wisitbkmi'tb School Superintendent E. P. Gbeene Sheep Commissioner .. . . Amikkw Si.avin ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 18 October 1894

LOuALITEIS GALORE" A Feist of Hews; Motes Condensed For .' Tbe Herald's Mtny Readers. HONE TALES ENTERTAIHIHGLY TOLD lln < lit and i mmti Have Hrrn h»i»ki uii<i m rapt •! tar Paragraph* Which MM ITi.ml..- of I'm, Ing „I 'lore .■■■ ■'■••Ing li.l. r. .1 Agent L. T. Krwin was in the city from j the reservation on Saturday aa was also K. 1. WaUoo. Miss Kauble, of Kalrhaven, ia in the city for the winter, and will attend the Central school. John S. Baker, of Tacoma, ia in the city this week, being interested in a case which was on trial before the superior court. >i. C. Hyde, of Spokane, was in the city on Tuesday, ami tried to cheer up the local republicans in a lengthy address at Swit/.er's opera house, that evening. The Yakima Hop company is deliver ing the 20 tons of hops contracted hy A. B. Weed at II cents and the 10 lons con tracted by Hont Bros, at t)i cents. Allen C. Maaon. of Tacoma, known all over the world and in I'asco, was a visitor in Yakima this week. He is large...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 18 October 1894

Here's a Pretty How-de-do 800 Yards of Tapestry and Brussels Car-pets IDancietgeci toy W"a,ter "V^Till t>e Sold at Discount of from 25 to 50 Per Cent. STRIM.IIT FACTS. T*l4 In m Mrialicl.lloi m i.rel 'laninr. j <>•■• iff> imr Miniilii In On* Ilnulf by llmlnr linn 111. niiixiin P«m. l«r ■him (.t-tlger. Among Dr. lUrrin's many specialities he is ant xpert operator in straightening t-ross eyes, and can straighten the worst' •yea in less than thirty seconds. He will ' guarantee any rase he undertakes No cure, no pay. The operation i* rendered ' almost painless by a local anaesthetic and no chloroform nor ether used, l'a tients can return home the Mime day with no detention from business or oceu tuition. The following open card speak* lor the doctor* success : Mr. Editor, Dear Sir—l with to testify ! through your puper to the marvelous ope- i rative skill of Dr. Darriu in straightening my right eye that had \> >m badly crossed for thirty years, and was nearly blind. The...

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

v6l. vi. I'KOFESSIOXAI. CAMDM, yy 11. MARK, DENTIST. u(ttrr mrr iv*.to(licp. Yftkima «\t itmo. North \ Y»kltn« YY' W. MrCdKMK'K, M. 1> , BURGBON and PHYSICIAN. < IlKli'P in Krliclniitii Work MsMMMt. i-or. Xnl mil I'lno -i!..-- IkHMMM "( Until V»k I ma. |J J. BMIVXLT, ATTORNKV AT LAW. f fl^Oflicv over Yakinia National Hank, Sorth I Vrikiiiia. Will practice iv all t lie r-OOfUof the ■*tiite mid r. s. laml ortlces. gUVBftIOUOT, [iXTSSf ATTORNEYS AT LAW. uy«ii] prattle* <n ail Couti of tin' Mat*. I Fperlal ntttMitli>n llrtn to all ('. s. Lund ntttru hu-iin'M- North Ynklma. Wanli. w i. mna, •. ■. mu*n JONKS A NKWMAN. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over Pirat WsllnllSl Bank. North Ynklinn, Vi n-ti n. K. MACKINNON c . 11. Ml KANE "\f AOKINNON * MURANK. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Konm* 1 ami I l.owe lU'k. North Y«kim». Wash. JOHN A. BROWN, ATTORNEY AT LAW. I Wire 111 Eshelinan building. Will pfMtte* In all traits ol the »tatc. QBO. 0. MILI.s, CIVIL BNOINEER. Mini :»oc. lrricatii.il KnKlliiir* I -. De...

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

BLANKETS Have an Endless Variety and Quantity. THE YAKIMA HERALD. K. M. KEEP, EDITOR AND MANAOF.R. fabliibed *very Thursday; ■ulxcrlption f'i.oo per year in advance. Advertising rates upon application. DKKHIAI. PAPIR OP NORTH YAKIMA. THURSDAY, OCTOBER M, 1894. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. ; Supreme Judge John L. Shabi'btkin Thomas Ali.es Congressman B. V. Heiston " " N. T. Caton COUNTY TICKET. Joint-Senator Gkoroe S. Tayi.ob Representative E. F. Benson Auditor W. J. Roaf Sheriff H. H. Ai.lw Treasurer .. Matt Babtiiolet Clerk Hexby \V. Ckeason Prosecuting Attorney Thomas M. Vance Assessor Giobok 11. Him. Surveyor \V. A. Wabken Coroner 1)b. G. P. Wintebmute School Superintendent. . E. P. Grkkne Sheep Commissioner . . Anubkw Slavin Commissioners- Second District . Joskpii Stephknson Third District E. W. R. Taylob Belt, the populist mayor of Spokane, who was elected on the promise of reduc ing municipal expenses, seems to be fol lowing in the footsteps of other populists who have reached power. W...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 25 October 1894

LOCAL ITEMS GALORE A Feast of Newsy Holes Condensed For Tbe Herald's Many Readers. HOME TAiES ENTERTAININGLY TOLD ihr III} (mini) lln«« 11, <n n^j- ■! and s< riip.il mr I'nra grit pis* uni.li I.lt I- f romlM- „i |>mi Ing of .lore Thau l-«.«i.. u luirrr*!. Mr. 11. C. Humphrey, who lias lieen ill with malaria, is rapidly improving. The infant daughter of Mr. and Mr*. Harry Coonue died on Wednesday. Octo ber 24th. Mr. '/.. Dunking, of the Cowychee, has purchased city property ami rpinovi'd to North Vakiimi. Win Hushnell, a dinner Yakimite, ar rived in the city Wednesday from Port land, where he in now Uvtag. Two women of the town were arreste I Wednesday night (or refuaiiiK to puv the "blood-money" fines imposed by the city. Will 9, Kalkner, of Klickitat county and Miss I.el lie M. Mason, nf Yakima. were married in this city on Wednesday by the Key. Robert Warner. Mr. Nam t'hup|>cll is building the lines! barn in Yukiinu county. The ground di mentions are L'.'x3S foet und i...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 25 October 1894

Here's a Pretty Ho w-de-do BCXD Yards of Tapestry and Brussels Car-pets Damaged tyy Water "Will be Sold at Discount of from 35 to 50 Per Cent. THE LITEST HIES. 1 I The Wuprrim Inl til HrrlllaSui. cfw. « hit ii i ppiir. i* nr. Dnrrlia. laeoma l.editer. Mr. Editor: For the past six years deafness has been my affliction. For two years past I could not hear a sound in one ear. Dr. Darrin cured me in tirantv ! minute* with electricity so I can hear as . well as ever in my life. I reside seren j i miles east of Tacotna with Wm. Metre, a farm hand. My addreos is Tacoma. HENRY ROWBELL. Mr. Editor. Dear Sir: This will certify ' that I have !>een cured by I>rs. Darrin of acute inrlamatiOß of the kidneys and bladder and can testify to their wonder- ' iul skill in my case. 81. Charles hotel, Seattle. Wo. UKO. H. BAKKR. Dr. Darrin can be consulted free at Hotel Chilberg, rooms 17 and 18, Taco ma, Wn. The worthy poor treated free from 9tolo a. in. daily. Those able to pay from 10 a. in. to ...

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. — 1 November 1894

VOL. VI. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. W H. HARE, DENTIST. office over rostotTice. Yakima aieiuie. Norlh Yakima. \y W. MiCORMICK, M. I»., SURGEON and PHYSICIAN. office hi Katielm.n Mock. Keiidcnce, (or. Srd and I'm.' atreet*.; :i houses *.oiith of Hotel Yak im.. IJ J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. •nfe*-office over Y.klm. N.tlou.l Bank, North Yakima Will practice In all th.'-ourtaof the - (Mi.- .ltd U. H. l.ud oflloea. J t KAVIS A MILKOY, \* £ *\%™ ATTORNEYS AT LAW. ataV-Wlll practice In all Courts of the Stat*. Special attention (riven to all V. S. laud office uualneaa. North Yakima, Wash. W.L. .(OKIB, J.X. KliaiK JONES at NEWMAN. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over Flrat National Bank, North Yakima, Wash D. a, MACKINNON « • I. «IKAXIC AJACKINNON & MURANE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Kooma 1 and J Uivre Bl'k, North Yakima, Wa»h. JOHN A. BROWN, ATTORNEY AT LAW. (•flice in Kahelman building. *UI practice in .11 cotirta of the atata*. QEO. C. MILLS, CIVIL ENGINEER. Mem. Sor. Irrigation Koffiurers. l r. S. Deputy Surv...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 1 November 1894

BLANKETS H^ve an Endless Variety and Quantity. fHE YAKIMA HERALD. E. M. KEEP. tAltee AND MANAiiKi: I'ubllshed every Thursday: subscription IJ.OO per year in advauce. Advertising rates tits'ii application. OIWICUIi PAPER OF NORTH YAKIMA. THURSDAY, NOYEMRER I, lS9j. DEMOCRATIC TICKET Supreme .Judge .ImiN L. ______nm " " Thomas Ali.es Congressman B. F. HkiMM " K. TsCaTDD COINTY TICKET Joint-Senator George S. Taylor Representative _f._MM Auditor W. J. Roaf Sheriff .11. H. ____■ Treasurer Matt Bartiiolet Clerk Hstsatt W. Qmmm Prosecuting Attorney Thomas M. Vance Assessor Qmm H. Hill Surveyor W. A. Warren Coroner Da. G. P. Wintkrmi te School Superintendent. E. P. Greene Sheep Commissioner Andrew* Si.avin \ ommißßionera — . Second District |MM BRHBMM Third District K. W. R. Taylor PARTY NOMINEES COMPARED. Before another issue of The Hkralii the political contest will be over. The cam paigners will have returned to their rou tine life, the business of the country will have resumed the stead...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 1 November 1894

LOCAL ITEMS GALORE A Feast of Hews; Rotes Condensed For Tbe Herald's Many Readers. HOME TALES EITERTAIHIHGLY TOLD • 1.. Illy I I'outalf Huo Hern .<ak.it mid Herat ped l»r l-n ragraa plis ▼ in. h lilse Promise ol Proving of store a nm. I'a.alns lulrrral. School Isinds for Dist. No. :IS will be sold Nov, in. Andrew Gibson, of Martin, was in the city on Tuesday. Rev. M. 1.. Rose was an Kllensburg Tisitor on Tuesdsy. G. M. McKinney left on Monday for a business visit in Kllensburgh. Dr. I. N. Power and Frank Williams, of Kllenebtirg, were Yskima visitors this week. H. I. Walen is erecting a neat two story dwelling bouse on his place one mile south of the city. The Roslyn unties sre BOW sending to North Yakima only hsnd picked lump coal of the finest variety. Register Snelling and Receiver Slem mons, of the C. S. land oflice, each spent a day at Fllensburg this week. Justice Henton on Tuesday united in marriage, at the home of Wm. Shearer, J. VV. Ritchey and Miss I.ydia Jaquett. Justi...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 1 November 1894

Here's a Pretty Ho w-de-do 500 ITard-s of Tapestry a,rLci Brussels Getr-pets Damaged toy Water "W^ill t>e Sold, at Discount of from S5 to 50 Per Cent. PRIVATE WORDS FOR MIES. Tsi'.mia l,odgiT. The eminent and successful electric phy- j •icisn, Pr. Pnrrin, has discovered and per-! j fected :i system nl treatment that has caused a revolution in the treatment of j female diseases. Whercvjr their treat- ' inent :s listed and known it has done! away with all dosing with nauseous drugs 11 and surgical operations whereby so many ' ■ previous lives have been lost. As a dis- ' eovery it ranks with Harvey's discovery i of the circulation of the blood. It has proved in more than a thousand cases of , ' the worst kind to lie a positive cure for the following female diseases: Ovarian tumors, polypus ulceration and dropsy of womb, inllamation, conges tion and falling of womb, leucorrhoea,' painful and suppressed menstruation, i flooding, frequent urination, bearing! down pains, backache, heada...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 8 November 1894

VOL. VI. PROFESSIONAL C.4 RD.S. \y H. HARK, DENTIST Oltlce over Pnstofhcc. Yakiina avenue. North Yakima y^' W. MiCORMICK, M. D., SURGEON and PHYSICIAN. offlre in Kihelinati Block. KtMitliMire, cot. Srd »u*l I'iue fttreetii; ;t hoiine* aotith of Hotel Yitk iriiH. II J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. fm-'OI"-- over Yakima National Hank, North Yakiina. Will practice In all thaooiirtsof tbe state and I*. K. land olflcea. UKAVIS A MILROY, |J ■ »*»vis i a. a. milsoy ATTORNEYS AT LAW. gmT"X\in practice in all Courts of the Htat*. special attention Riven to all D. B. laud office business. North Yakima. Wash. w. i.. msas, i. H.MtwasN JONES A NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First Natioual Hank, North Yakima, Wash ; I.. m. B—eatavaa t a.maa*a MACKINNON A MURANE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooms 1 ami 2 LOWS Hl'k. North Yakima. Wash. JOHN A. BROWN, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Mca In Kslielmau baUdl—f. Will practice in all courts of tbe state. QBO. C. MILLS, CIVIL ENGINEER. Mem. laa. Irrigation Knainecrs. t*. s. Deputy S...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 8 November 1894

BLANKETS Have an Endless Variety and Quantity. rilF YAKIMA HERALD. I M. KEEII, KDITuII AND MAXAOKR. Viililishetl every Thur«ilay: rabarrlpttoe f1 in per year In advance. Advertising rates tijH.ii appliratiou. 11FFIIIAI. PAPER fIF NORTH YAKIMA. THURSDAY, MOTMMMMA *, M>4. Tin: verdict of Tin: nation. If we reitardeil the result of the con gressional election in any oilier light than as au evidence of the proverbial ebb and flow of public opinion it would tie with a feeling little short of despair for the fu ture ol the country that we would chroni cle the sweeping republican victory, says the Telegraph. Two years ago the coun try declared by enormous majorities for tariff reform. This year, without having given the reform they then demanded any chance to make ita effects felt the people have apparently reversed their verdict. We cay "apparently" because it cannot be fairly said that tbe verdict of Tuesday was on tbe merits of tariff reform, while it cannot be denied thst the electi...

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

LOCAL ITEMS GALORE k Feast of Hews; Notes Condensed For Tbe Herald's Many Readers. HONE TALES ENTERTAININGLY TOLD ■in Ills; nasal i ..mm Have Her la Kaaltrd unit Ma-raped tor Paragraphs vs iswii Ulse Promise ef Prei lug ol nam a 1.i... Passing I merest. I "Is it Ditter and wife were Kllensburg visitors on Saturday last. Key. .1. T. F.shehnsn, of Tacouia, was in the city several elavs this week. Hytnan Harris left on Wednesday for a business trip to Tacoma and Seattle. The adjourned session of the city coun cil fill lie held ou Friday evening. Mr W. L Conolly left today for Port land, to purchase his Christinas Japsn ese novelties. John D. Cornett sppnt Wednesday in search of the festive duck, with uncer tain success. There being no ipiorum preterit on Monday night, the city council did not convene for business. Klgin Itaster. who hns been hunting and fishing on the Columbia for a month or more, retiirtieir*un Tuesday in order to vote. Charles Adams, J. 1,. Hanks. 11. J. Kil gotir an...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 8 November 1894

Here's a Pretty Ho w-de-do 800 Yards of Tapestry and Brussels Car-pets Damaged "by Water "Will t>e Sold at Discount of from 35 to 50 Per Cent. m MALISIS 4 11.1 How It < Sill He 1.1...1 l>( Ilir sill it ii- l-imii ol I I. i IM, Us. Tarnma Idttmm To the Public I I .have under Dr. Dar rin's treatment for pen paralysis, or writ er's cramp, for one month, and am pleas ed to say that in that time I find myself i much benefited and relieved, so much so, that I have been able to do more sewing the past two weeks than in four years post. I moat emphatically recommend. Dr. Damn's electric treatment to the afficted. Mrs. s. a Wiiitk, ■lt>l)S south I, street, Tacoma. C'aaaarrr (ureal bt l:lrrtrlrlty. Mr. F'.ditor —Sir: For nearly two years I have had a sore on my ear, of a cancer ous nature. Dr. Darrin cured me in one! month with electricity and medicines. Refer lome at Sylvan, Wn. A. A hams. Dr. Darrin can be consulted free at Hotel Chillier*:, rooms 17 ami IS, Taco ma, Wn. Oflice ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 15 November 1894

VOL. VI. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. S_ C HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW- Practices lv Federal and all State Courta. flfflce over Yakima National Kauk. H hare, DENTIST. flfflce over I'oatoftice, Yakima avenue. North Yakiina. YY w- Mccormick, m. i>., SURGEON and PHYSICIAN. nfttce In Kshelmaii Ulock. Residence, cor. 3rd and Flue streets; I houses south of Hotel. Yak Ima. II J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. tm-'iitl"- over Yakima National Bank, North Yakiina. Will practice In all tha courts of the Mat*' and V. s. laud offices. REAVIS A MILROY, l_ " »»*vis I It V. Hll.Ri''. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. fajSf will practice lv all Courts of the Stat*. Special attention given to all V. S. land office business. North Yakima, Wash. j. m. nwaaa W.i„ iorks. JONES A NEWMAN. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. fiver First National Bank, North Yakinia. Wash 11. V.. MACKINNON C. I). MCBANE "VfACKINNON * MURANE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooma t and 2 Lowe Bl'k, North Yakima, Wash. JOHN A. BROWN, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office In EHhelman building. Will pra...

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