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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 3 January 1895

UNDERWEAR A FINE BLANKER i ATHALFPINCE. jj^ VERY CJ IK A.I \ j I DITTER BBOTHERS, YAJZTZtLJL A.-VE3STTTE, NORTH TAKIMA, W^a fHE YAKIMA HERALD. E. M. RKKD. EDITOR AND MANAGKK. Published every Thursday; inbucrlptlnn $2.00 |i -r year In ailvmuv. Advertising rates upon application. OFPICUI. PAPER OF NORTH YAKIMA. THURSDAY, JAXVARY 3, 1895. THE RISE OF GOLD. In Europe economic statisticians lime adopted a system o( averaging the prices of things, called index numbers. The prices at a given time are taken of any deiired number of products. Theae are then averaged and (lie resulting average ii taken as the price of commodities at that date. Thia system has lieen largely u«ed to show the relative gold prices of silver ami the principal commodities of civilization. The results are most in structive. We find, beyond cavil or con tradiction, thnt as silver has fallen in value so have other tiling.", with th« ex ception of gold; or, to put it correctly, that silver and all other things have mai...

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. — 3 January 1895

.wDERS 1 HBffSY FEAST. • , I Regular Festival or Many Good TblDgs >PREAD BEFORE "HERALD" PATROHS What V . >i.i.r. is< Ym Cum • ■•• • •• Veur imiK Arc iinim , Tail* niek-l.lllle Hide I • •■ ■ ■frrat I* All. •>% ]on Monday, December 31, 18U4, Mr. tud Mrs. I.afe Little, of the Cow ■'■e i son. it. .■on turned over hi* star aa chief cc to his successor, Charles I.illie, t !*t Year's day. persons interested in vocal music I vited to meet Dudley Eshelman at X hristian church next Monday even — 7:30. \ Sunday last there was a large mini young people skating on the river, i" crowd waa too great for the thick ![' of the ice, and eight boys received a _. d* bath. \ ' _. Evans, of Ellensburg, is in the ?assisting Rev. R. Warner in con ■>' ing revival services at the Methodist .i-ch. The meetings were inaugurated ■feNtw Year's night ami ure being well A&l<<:.>\ wax actively around on B>-| trying to get a bet that the remain on the ground Hlimi) the year. Nicholas i...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 3 January 1895

('.JEES'NBffSYFEAST. Regular Festival of Man; Good Things I >PREAD BEFORE "HERALD" PATRONS \ ——— ■ »'■•• V . hi,i. r. and \ our Cans. I"' • « lour Aunt* Are lining _ , I 1.1. Week Mule Hide IMH of ■bi im i* All. m^ - I **V Jon Monday, December 31, 18»4, Mr. md Mrs. Lafe Little, of the Cow tee. ■ mom yon turned over bia star as chief cc to hi* succeiaor, Charles l.illir. i t<x Year* day. person* interested in voral music .vited to meet Dudley Eshelman at otc. hriitian church next Monday even — 7:30. V* Sunday last there waa a large num young peopl* skating on the river, le crowd wa* too great for the thick 2J" of the ire, and eight boy* received a _ 4, bath. \ . Evans, of Kllensburg, is in the • assisting IJev. R. Warner in con s' ing revival service* at the Methodist f i .<"ch. The meetings were inaugurated tjw<(w Year* night and »re l>eing well .1 Ml'i'oi was actively around on Bist trying to get a bet that the remain on the ground HLjiriit the year. Nicholas is a ve...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 3 January 1895

AS TO i;il.l(.!0\ A • arrrtpmidrnl lakri »I. . plloil i<> ■> H< . fin Article la "Tkc nrriM." Editor Hekai.d: Religious contro versy ia sometimes necessary and good, but there are some drawbacks that it is always exposed to. It draws a congre gation of people who have about the same interest in it that they have in a bastball game or a prizefight. They laugh at the quick, funny jokes of the debaters and overlook the facts, clap their hands for the duelists'and com pletely lose sitiht of the justness of the cause. Id reading The Herald of a rerent <I»U> I found under the heading "Great Minds Disagree," that the "small imitators of Ingprsoll" (and then classified all infidels t «- -■:. h "took isolated texts ami parts of texts, suppressing the context, read in their own meaning aud proceed to their own delight and that of the more feather-headed part of the audience to ridicule them. They take tht Bible and create from it a God of their own, a Uod who the Christian d...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 10 January 1895

VOL. VI. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. H. M. FAIRBROOk, PROFESSIONAL NURSE, Mala Street. Yakima city. I _ T A. TA(iOARI), BROKER. Bute, city «n<l c.,iinty Warrant* bonitht a lid other pap*™ luiutiivl. Ofllce, Yakima avenue. "JJEAVIB A KNGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Hoomi 7 and s, Second floor, First N'atloual I Bank iulMlnic. g C. iIEKTOW, ATTORNEY AT LAW. l»r*rtlcM ii Federal mid alt sutr CourU. office over Yakftna National Hank. L'W. *HARE- DENTIST. IP4F~ ''9 o^er I'ostoflice. Vaklma avenue, North laklma. \ m . State ani* __1 t.(.m f/f. McCOKMICK, M. D., JONK r|)eON and PHYSICIAN. A' <P* '* Enhelmau Blmk. Residence, our. Snl Pile -■■" !■<». ■" huuse» south o( lioii'i Yak Her F '• f TOi '"?.•■ BNIVELY ' jk ATTORNEY AT LAW. I „ over Yakima National Bank, North '.11 kil"M Will practice fu all th» courts of the *" a «(.■ «nd U. W. land offlcen. )yj f.L.MH|, J. 11. KIWMIN JOSf A NKWMAN, •'•"?,£• |1 TORNEYS AT LAW. fOyer Firm National Bank, North Yaklma, Wash JOHN A. BROWN, I ATTORNEY AT L...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 10 January 1895

UNDERWEAR FINE BLANKETS A.T HALF PRICK. VERY CHEAP. DITTER BROTHERS, -ST.AJCr&CA. NORTH Sr^^LXlsaiJ^ W^SH- HIE YAKMIA HERALD. E. V. RXKD. EPITOK AND MANAGKR. r«ibll»heil rvery Thnredajr; •nburrlption f-'.OO I«t year In tdvmire. Aitvertlittnit rate* upon npj'lu Htiou. OfnOlkL TAPER OF NORTH YAKIMA. THVSaDAT, JANUARY to, iS'js. THE QUESTION OF THE DAY. Business, to be pafe, to be possible on any basis other Ihmi gambling, absolute ly demands that the unit of value, or money, shall be steady, Gold ia now tbe unit of value, the only money of final re demption. Is there a sufficient supply of gold? In •ther words, is there eaough to maintain prices? Or, which ia the same thing, is there enough gold to keep ita own value steady? We know that thare is not. It is a truth now generally admitted, because evident to all' tave those who absolutely decline to tee, that gold baa increased enormously in valua and the re-tilt has necessarily followed that all prices are correspondingly low ered...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 10 January 1895

READERS' NEWSY FEAST.| A Regular Festival of Mao; Good Things SPREAD BEFORE "HERALD" PATRONS \ I I «■"■■ Year HUtcr* and u.ir i ou. lit* mill Your « mim« Are lioiiin Werk- I.ltilr Hide ■••■■<■■ ..I Inlmil m All. The gold watch rallied on Saturday last was woo by Nelson Short. K. E. Diteman, a brother of Councilman Diteman, is here from Minnesota on a visit. Dr. Grave* and wife returned on Mon day from their two weeks' visit to Pom eroy and Walla Walls. North Yakima has a new paper. It is called the Wrtkly Vititur, and is issued by the Presbyterians. Deputy Marshal Catron left on Wed nesday Miiirniiiu for a business trip of four or five days on the sound. Jiimes Edwards.of Sprague, spent sever al days in Yakimn this week recruiting himself preparatory to taking part in the senatorial hull at Olyinpia. Miss Kdith Jones, the teacher of music at the Ahtunuin academy, has returned from Seattle where she passed the holi days with her relatives. ' 'apt. Chas. M. Ilolton leaves this week...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 10 January 1895

WILL ARRIVE \V.\t WEF.K. Dr Darrin Will lim .■ mil. .a in "The liiirri«n' far a ahnrt Vlall Only, January i ~ ••> to SHtli. Next week North Yakima will be fav ored by a vioit of the MMI IV. Darrin, who has creatf d smh a furore throii^hoat the coast and the northwest by his won derful cure*, that have been the principal topic, and sensation, wherever he bat been. He will arrive in this city next Thursday, January 17 and will remain for a brief period only, till .Tannery 2(1, and will have his office «t The Athertoo. The altlicted in this vicinity should not fail t<> consult him while here. Si iii'tch lihh been said in praise of Dr. Harrin and hi« wonderful curen and so many cards stul lelteri received irom grateful patrons that it oeems useless to publitth them. W« nill, Imwevcr. five a few of their MM and nddresses, that peoplo may rpfcr to '.hem. William M. Coldwell, StamokHwa, Wash., Rfatfk rhiiiiiiatißm and liver com plaint, restored to health : also his broth er, (ieor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 24 January 1895

VOL. VII. PROFESSIOXAL CARDS. H. M. FAIRBROOK, PROFESSIONAL NURSE, Main Street, Yakima cltv. J A. TAGGARD, BROKER. Btat*. City aud Couuty WarranU bought and other paper* handled. Office, Yakima aveuae. J{EAVIB A ENGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Koomi 7 aud 8, Second floor, Flnt National Bank building. C C HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Pimrtim in Federal ami all SUM Court!. Offlre over Y*kima National Kauk. H. HARE, DENTIST. Offlre over Pustoflice. Yakima avenue, North Yak I nit. JJ J. BNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. If-iUIiT over Vakltna National Bank, North Yakima. Will nractic* In all tha courts of tb« ntatr aii'l 1T..-. land offlre*. w. l. jukii, Mh—Wai JONES & NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First Satloual Hank, North Yakima, Wash JOHN A. BROWN, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office iv Eithelman balldiug. Will practice In all courts of tbe itate. QEO. C. MILLS, CIVIL ENGINEER. Item. Son. Irrigation Engineers. U. 8. Deputy Surveyor. Otttce lv tho larger of the Cadwefl buildings, and street. j > FRANK, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 24 January 1895

ME YAKIMA HERALD. K. M. RKKt). F.MTOR AND MASAOKK •"abllthrd every TlinnUay: •abwrtptlna MOO peryemr in Bjtvatm. Acl*rrti«lm! r«tf« up<m •ppllcalfou. THVRSDAY, JANCARY ti, IS9S. VOLUME SEVES. With this issue the seventh volume of Tin Herald begins. For six years it has labored incessantly for the upbuild ing of North Yakima and the entire county. It has had this cause more at heart tban the matter of making the bus iuess of (be paper a present financial suc cess ; and with no spirit of boasting it can say that it has been an important factor in the settlement and development of the country. It has subscribed and paid thousand* of dollars in money toward the various plans to advance Yakima, and it has sent tens of thousands of copies of the paper all over the I'nited States to prospective settlers, many of whom hare been convinced by its statement* and have located here, to their material ad vantage. While working for the country it has not forgotten the entertainment of its many ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 24 January 1895

READERS' NEWS? FEAST. A Regular Festival or Many Good Things SPREAD BEFORE "HERALD 11 PATRONS What \nur NUier* anal tnr !'•»• In* and imir tiiuii Are lining i iii. Week-Mule Side «f liuercd to xn. Sam Nutting returned from a visit of a month to his old home in Kansas, on Tuesday. The Cinderella club aieeta with Miss King, at tbe home of Mrs. Kdward Whit son, Thursday night. Hob Stout, who was crippled by losiag a log a couple of years ago, has opened a barber shop at Sunnyaide. Tbe Quiz class of the high school was pleasantly entertained on Saturday after noon by Mint Lethe Kingsbury. K. M. (iilchrist, of Tacoma, one of the owners of the Ittpublir, was a guest at the Hotel Atherton on Friday last. John A. Stone was able to be in the lily Tuesday for the first time since his riliß were broken by a kicking horse. 11. M. Wattles, of North Yakima, is fitting up the "VakimaCitv Flour Mills," and when completed will do a general milling biiHineas. Rev. Koak, of the Methodist church, is ho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 24 January 1895

I know a spot by tin rlver'i brim, Whera all .lav Inn*, till twilight dim. The birria In ecaUrf twitter ami rail. And tbe blue of heaveu U over all. Tall rwda grow thick ua the water* edge. And wtllowi war* o'er tilt granny ledge. There* a tangle, too, ot brake ami briar. And the aunlig-ht rraepa. allying fire, linwn deep among the ihadowi •till. Flooding river and moor and hill. •Tli there the whitethorn bloaaoraa grow, And ihoweathelr milky, fragrant mow. To float (town the river that rnnheitbr, , Ami fllnn back the blue of the iiimmer tkjr. And there In the utaad* of tbe hawthorn tree, la a ipot that n dear to you and me. For tin iwt-et!.♦'■■* aoothea like a healing balm. And fevered pulne* kuow ita calm, And over n; heart, with ita vague unreal, Htole a beavenly meauice that filled my breut, Aa I nat where tbe ripple* rise and fall, And the blue of hcaveu la over all. —Bern Ire. T. Newell. TERRIBLE TIRTLE FIGHTERS. ThCS« ll«l< d I »< I. Illlirr >o Muck Thai It »1»«lr ik...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 31 January 1895

vol. vii. MtonaaiONA t. carps. 11. M. FAIRUKOOK, PROFESSIONAL NURSE, Main street. YaklrnaCity. I X. TAGQABD, BROKBR. | S!«tc. ((ty hihl < -■nitty Warrant* bought ■ml i>iliit t>n|>rr a handle*. Office, Ytkltna fcveuae. J|EAVIS A ENULEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Koom* 7 ami s, Hecoud Boor, Flnt National llauk bulldliiK. g C HKNTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. I'ractlces In Feileral and all state lourti. ofllce over Yakitna National Hank. H. HARE, DENTIST. Office over I'ostoflne. Yakima avenue, North Yakima. JJ J. SNIVEI.Y, ATTORNEY AT LAW. /fVOillie mw Yaklrau National Bank, North Yakltna. Will practice in all th«courUof tbe i -ur>- and l\ s. land offices. W.i.juki, i.a.imnua JUNKS A NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First National Hank, North Yakima, Wash JOHN A. BROWN, ATTORNEY AT LAW. office in Enhelmau building. Will practice In all courts of the atate. QEO. 0. MILLS, CIVIL ENGINEER. Item Hoc. Irrigation Knginecri. V. s. Deputy Surveyor, iitllieln the larger of the Cadwell » bulldlii...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 31 January 1895

THE YAKIMA HERALD. E. M. REED. EDITOR ASP MAS'AdF.R. "ntiH«hi-i1 rrerj Thnmdajr: «ibwrl|>tl<in r.'.00 per je»r in «<tv«noe. Ailvertlnln* rain upon ftppllmtion. THURSDAY. JASTARY 31. ISK3. WMMMM ARK WE AT' Mr. Cleveland ha* bobbed up again serenely with a niesnage to his o»ce otied ient, but now refractory, congress. The president is a man of great nerve, back bone and courage, but whether he is a well instructed linaievic-r in the broad, political economic sense of th» word is a horse of another colir. He is an exem plification of the truth of the axiom that great bodies move slowly. Indeed hisru iprrtia is such that at times he does not move at all. He is slow of heurt to be lieve all that the prophets haves|>oken. He has boned dowu and worshipped the golden calf. He has forsaken the democ racy of the fathers, and now tUe leaders of the party in congress ar« making the historic aisles ring with the puzzled in quiry : "Where are we at?" The .jues tion is echoed in doubtf...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 31 January 1895

READERS' NEWSY FEAST, A Regilu Festival of Many Good Things SPREAD BEFORE "HERALD" PATRONS »lnl \onr H.lrri and l»rl'»l. In* mill lour ABMIS Are Dollig This Wttk I.IIIU Mid* l..nr. sjt] lnlfrf.l ■• All. A. L. Hlemtnons returned from Olynspia on Saturday laat. Attorney 11 It. Rigge returned from Taeoma on Tuesday. C. K. Ifenson, of Helma, Yakima coun ty, was a visitor in the city on Monday. l'!.e county has paid the promised re ward of $250 in the Bagwell murder case ! to M. (i. Wills. Born, near Sunnyside, Yakima county, j January 19, to Mr. and Mrs. A. It. Flint, j a '.' pound son. James Mackiaon is at Olympia, taking notes upon the way U.S. senators are manufactured. K. A. Hume, special agent of the N. I*. land department, was a Yakima visitor' on Saturday last. Col. A. 11. Reynolds, formerly a well Liniwn citizen of Yakima, is now con ducting a hotel at Markana, Ills. J. L. Banks, clerk of the reservation, spent Saturday mid Sunday in the city, and declared his allegiance to Thk ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 31 January 1895

A NATCHEEZ ROMANCE Why Ted Mitchell Went Back to His Mine on the Banks of the Tietan. A GLIMPSE AT YAKIMA IN ITS EARLY PIONEER DAYS A Tale of a Battle with Indians, Back in the '704, in which a Young: New Yorker Distinguishes Himself in a Dangerous Ride for Assistance, Losing His Life in Consequence—A Story Never Before Told in Yakima County. "I'll never do it, Jennie. I love you, little one—Ood knows how much; you know how long. Never woman bad such wealth of affection humbly, persistently tendered, as that which, theei dreary months, I bave given you—and very dim the gleam of hope that 1 have seen. Why do you make me suffer? You say you are food of me; you encourage me to be- { lieva you may yet love me. Yet you scoff at the emotion you must see you awaken, when I plead that you will come to me. As for the mine, *iod forgive me if I ever set foot in its dismal slopes again—un leae you go there with me. Money you will have, you aay. I can't give it now, you know I can't; but I'll d...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 7 February 1895

VOL. VII. nonaaroNAL carls. w 11. Rom.*, 11. n. ptMa, iiiim.K Richardson, North Yakima. Taroma. nOOLS, RICHARDSON & MOO, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office orer YaknnaNational Hank. References, National Bank of Commerce and I'nrtt HoHnd HaviuKt Hauk, Tacoma. Wash. j^JKS H. M. KAIRBKpOK, PROFESSIONAL NURSK, Main Street, Yakima city. J A. TAUUAKD, BROKER. State, City aod County Warrants boHgbt and other papen handled. Office, Yakima avenue. UEAVIS A ESOLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. kooms 7 aud s, Second floor, Kirsi National bank building. g C HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW- Practices In Federal ami all Htate Courts. Office over Yakima National Bank. h. hare, DENTIST. Office over Postflfliie. Yakima avenue, North Yakima. pj J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. rm-i >m< i- over Yakima National Bank, North Vatlina. Will practice In all th« courts of tbe -luie and I. H. land offices. W. L.JUNII, J. U. MEWMIN TONES A NKWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over Pint National Bank, North Yakima, Wash JOHN A. BROWN, ATTORN...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 7 February 1895

ME YAKIMA HERALD. K. M. RKED. EDITOR AND MAXAUKR. Published erery Thnrvlay; mbterlßUoa >-W per year In advance. Advertising rates upon application. IWVMBDAT, Fi:iii:r\i:y ;. ism. THE MOSEY FAMINE. The situation in Washington looks like • deadlock. Cleveland and Carlisle want to issue additional millions of gold bond* and congress objects. The revenue is running behind and the expenditure is running ahe*d, and the president can only se- one way of maintaining public credit and that through the issuance of bonds. It would seem to the ordinary businera mind that the most natural w»y to preserve our credit is to make the ex penditures conform to the revenues or vice versa, instead of borrowing money at four per cent, to do it, even if the bankers who want the bonds urge tliia measure. It is difficult to see how this continual borrowing and going deeper in debt will beget confidence or hep our credit. The indications point stongly to a fail ure of the president* efforts to get his pet...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 7 February 1895

A REPORTER'S NUTE BOOK Entertaining Bits of Information Which- Were Found Within. PEN PICTURES OF YAKIMA LIPE All Harts "f rnrii(ii>|ili< l.ulli. r. .1 InlbiHleiropflltol < esMrul Ha.ii. Inglon Mini Irani tin BMM and I < rll I. In r| MirrouiMillli 11. II K. Owen* returned (rom Olympia on Saturday. "Our Flat" in booked fur Mason's on Frid»y evening, February IS. l'lul A. 1 litter ami wife leave tliib week for k visit of a month wilh friends in California. Tne \V. 0. T. U. will meet at the Pr«s byterian church Tuesday, February 12, at 3 o'clock. Mrs. Jasper Nelson is .snlli-rin^ from a dislocated arra, the result of a fall on Tuesday morning. It id reported that C. S. Prowell will again enter the service of the Northern In ill . aa roadtnuater. Walter J. Keed, of Cle-Klum, was in the city on Monday and Tuesday as a guest of his brother, John Keed. ('apt. Dudley 1 hlhlukih has now over ;i'l members in his class ill music which meets at the Christian church on Monday and Tue...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 7 February 1895

MOXEE VALLET ARTESIAN LANDS Fi SALE. $50 PER ACRE, ND WATER RENT .A-TDsoliately free -v^eiter for Land, Stock etiidL Domestic Purposes. Best land, and lowest price of any irrigated land in WasMngton. Especially Adapted to Fruit and Alfalfa. Address, W. T. CLARK, Box 327, NORT^YAKIMA, WASH. irin »m> «:\fbil \ms llk i|o«j linrrrvitna- llapprntnsj* •■r MM World Hollrd timiu far "llrralri" li..ni.i> Ward McAllister, leader of New York's | "400" died on Thnn-dsy of hist week. I.«-e Mantle has been elected senator from Montana. The political complexion I of the senate aj this time is democrats 42. ' repniili' aos 99, populists S. The tovernment hag restored the old j stai.ilnr'l r»tes fur surveying which are aa j follows: Standard lines, ttt per mile; menu.!rr lines, (.'.'■; township linss, $U', lection lines. HO. Xx O.ieen l.iliuokalani. of Hawaii, has i been arrrateil for complicity in the recent rebellion, and a large supply of arms, am- j munition nnd dynamite- bombs stored in I...

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