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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 14 February 1895

VOL. VII. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. W. H. loaU, II 1! in., .-. Chahliii KuiiAaiimw. North Yakima. MM nOOLX, UICIIAUDSON .V Rliiii, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office over Ynkima Vatlmial Hnnk. Kefm'iicen, National Rank nf Commerce nn>! I'nifrt Soiui'l Kavluxs Kauk, Tacoma, W»]i. TyjRS. H. M. FAIRBKOOK, PROFESSIONAL NURSK. Main street. Yakima t'lty. J 4. TAQOAKD, BROKER. State. City t*n(l County Warrants. Imnjiht and nthiT ■■M|M-rn handled. Olflco. Yakima IWH JJEAVIS A KMil.KllAlM. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Kuomi 7 ami I. Second tlonr, First National ! Bauk buildliiK. g C HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. I'rftcticen iii Federal ami alt Stale Court*. Oflot over Yakiraa National hunk. V\ r H. HARK, DENTIST. Offlie over Pmtnflire. Yakima nvoimiv North Yakima. II J. SNIVKLY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. #»-<)frlce over Yakima National Hunk, North Yaklina Will practlo* In all t hm-ourtcof tbe State ami I', s. laml offices. IT. L. ,IOHE«, I, at. NKWM4N JONKS & NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. ilver First National Hank, North Yakl...

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. — 14 February 1895

ME YAKIMA HERALD. E. M. RKE!>. BHTOa AM' >UN V.Kit. Published every TtmnwUy: ntoftiptlna •-<*» per ye»r in •>•* hhi Adrtttltlax rat** upon «j'plif »i ion. TItrRSI)AY, FEBRUARY r,. MM, If yon want the news of Yakima you must read Tiik HkKM i>. This is a dead straight tip to citizens and is backed by the columns of every issue of the paper. A pocket book factory was deMroyed by fire at Woodbine, N. J., on the 7 h inst. Of all the industries of the coun try this is one that could best bo spared just at the present ptfM. Tiik llkku.h hn<* before remarked that there was little probability of Yakima being made a separate judicial district but some danger of the district being en larged, and now in verification of this fear Representative Ham, of Cowlitz county, has introduced v bill to reduce the number si superior ]mltl. and pro- Tides among other things that Klickitat county shall be attacked to the judicial district now composed of Kittitas and Yakima counties. Women ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 14 February 1895

ABBPOBTBB'SHOTEBOfII Entertaining Bits of Information Which Were Found Within. PEN PICTURES OF YAKIMA LIFE All *4orl« of r»ni:i.i|.ii. <:nllnr<il In Hi. iii'iiuiMiiMii t rnirnl \% h«li> Imhioii and from ilir l.rmi mid • itiiii (onnlrf Nurrnuiitiiiiit n. Waller N. (iran^er retii'ned from Ta coma Tuesday tight. The mail service hetweon North Y.ik ima ami Tampico has heen ordered in- BfMMd to three times a wci k. J. J. Curp'nler |aa>l to-day for a visit of several months with his brother Henry, at Santa Ana, California. Arthur Cotlin returned from San Fran cisco on Saturday lust and expects to re main here some time looking xfter his liiiHinexs Mil'urs. Mm K■lwiinl Wbltaoa riturned from Tiiconui Monday, ai.'coinpanii'd hy her children and her frirnd, Mrs. I->e I Smitli, who will Ih» her unest for dome weeks. It, S. Howelett an I wife returned Irom Olympia on Friday last. He says that Representative Milroy is wlnnini golden opinions (or his course in the legislature ti. 0...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 14 February 1895

Compare the Magnificent Bruit and Alfal- fa Lands of the Moxee Artesian District at $50 ' Per Acre with other Lands in Yakima County. LMLSL.ITHE SEWS A\D COIIEST. What Our Mime Hnloni «i:n. llrrn Dcl»B "•< Ol\mi-i:t OllrlllK (hr l>a%l Wrrk. The bouw has passed » bill qOalHvlOf ten jurors in civil cases in pii|icrior courts to render a verdict. The bill extending the rr-qiiireinenta of regigtration tonll bond elections anil mher upecial <iuestiiina e»ceplin»{ for tebool dis tricts has passed th<> senate. The lull making Uaoota'a krthday, Feb. 12th, s lo^nl holiday has p:is»el both branches of the legislature and only re quires the novernor's ajgaaton to become j • law. The h.iuse ban disposed of the proposi- j tion to siilmiit lor constitutional ampnd ment the woman sulFera^e question to the voters of tlie state, by n vote of 2. for to 47 atrainKt. The senate committee has r*i>orteil in favor of the consolidation and comliiDa-1 tion of the offices of cou»ty clerk an...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 21 February 1895

VOL. VII. PROFKSSIOX. I/, CAIIDS. W. H. hM 11. R. IMM, ikiiik liiniir.ii-'N. Ni.rlh Yaklm*. MM IJOtiLK, RICHARDSON A Rl(i(i, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. tinier c.vit Y«klm«N»tl"ii»l Rank. Kpfrn-iirM, National H«uk nt Cnminrrce mul I'tllfet Sound HavlUK* ••■nit. Tuinni, Wuh. J A. TAOOAKD, BROKBR. SUtc City »n<l <'minty Warrant* bouitht and otuer |i»i»t» hainlliil ofllre, Yakima MHM & KHOLXHABT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Kooma 7 ami s, Heeoinl floor, Flrit National Hank building. g 0 HKNTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW- Pr&rtlret In Federal ami hD State <'otirta. OfttN over Yakima National Hauk. H. HARE, DENTIST. Office over I'lmtollict 1. Yakima avenne, North Yakima. TT J. BNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. /•■offiir over Yaltlraa National Rank. North Vallma. Will practice in all th« rourt«ot the ■iirtic and I. S. laud <>tti< ••« W.L. .IONKI, J. M. NtWHAN JONKB A NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over Pint National Hank, North Yaklmn, Witxh JOHN A. BROWN, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office In Kahelman halMing. Will...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 21 February 1895

fHE YAHMA HERALD. E. M. HIED. EDtTOR AND MAWAtHL Publt>hwl emrjr Thnndar: ■••barrlptloii t2.00 |<rv«r In mitanif. Advertising «IM upon application. THCRSDAY. FEBRUARY tl, 189 S. John L Wilson is now a full-fledged senator. He resigned the office of con gressman on the 18th inst., and on the following day was sworn in as senator. It looks very much as though Oregon and Washington will emulate the exam ples set by Washington and Montana two ream ago. The senatorial deadlock still exists in both of these states and there is every indication of a continuance. The state legislature has now been in session 39 days out of the required sixty, and apparently very little has been ac complished. If it fails to get through with the important work laid out in the time specilied an adjournment is not compulsory. It can continue on—with oot pay. The Vaknna public will tind the ad vertising columns of Tin Herald replete with news. There are announcements that cannot fail to benefit the reader...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 21 February 1895

A REPORTER'S NOTE BOOK Entertaining Bits of Information Which Were Pound Within. PEN PICTURES OF YAKIMA LIFE All Hart* "I I'uri.n ril|.li» I. .11.. r. ,1 In thr *lriro>nll*«l < rnirnl Uh<li. infcinii and from ilir t.rinl mid t'rrlllr inuniri tturrouiidlug 11. C. F. I.uiu, the Kennewick rancher, was in the city yesterday. J. C. I.loyd, oi Kllensnurg, was a visit or in the city on Monday last. Mrs. W. \V. McCormick, who has been very seriously ill, is now slowly recovnr iny. C. 0. May, a leading citizen and banker of Davenport, was a guest at the Ather ton on Monday. Major and Mrs. Fred It. Keed and Mrs. D. K. Budd left on Monday for l'rosser to remain some days. Fisher & Mahry are making a great harness offer this week. Note their ad vertisement in another column. The Western Union is putting in new high poles, thus raising its lines over tbe telephone wires through the city. Mrs. T. B. Moan, of Killings, Mont., arrived in the city on Wednesday on a a visit to her sister...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 21 February 1895

Compare the Magnificent Fruit and Alfal fa Lands of the Moxee Artesian District at $50 Per Acre with other Lands in Yakima County. FARM, FIELD AND GARDEN Valuable tables for the ose of Planters and Gardeners. WEIGHTS OF FRUITS AND CEREALS. ■1«W to Nfnrr f.onrf llMiirm t rant Unit Iliurl) Rials «o Hrrkrrp. rri Hun) >•<>« of lulrtftl to Faraiwa. Wei itlit of various article*: Per li"-i' Per Bath. Ap)>ln «lbi. Oali 32 ltx -■ dried. . 22 " OrchardUraaa. ..14 " Barley 48 " Oulona 54 " Betni 60 " Peacb Plti 48 " Burkwheat 4A " Peas, pmooth 60" Broom Corn 4« ■' ■' wrinkled .86 " Blue Oraw 14 " Potatoea, heaplnc Bran 20 " mca*ure ... W " Clovar Seed 60 " Rye 66" Corn, tbelled ...S« '• Red Top 14" ■' on ear 70 " Sweet Poutm* S* •' Dried Pcarhen . .23 " Ttmothjr Seed 45" Flax Seed .56 " Tnrnfpa 5S " Millet M " Wheat 60" Fl.mr. f bbl net. 196 •■ Salt, per bbl. . .V 0 " F»a ct-Bic foot. Hay, well «*ttled 4V Com, on cob. In bin .' 22 " " shelled. " 46 " Wheat, in blu 48 " Oatt, in bi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 28 February 1895

VOL. VII. $7,000—53,5Q0=53,50Q The Consumer Gete It That is a Simple Example in Arithmetic. Call at our store rooms and see how we do it, and what we do it with. We paid cash for goods worth $7000; we sell them to customers at $3500, just half what they cost the wholesaler. These are times of great bargains, but nothing yet offered can equal this sacrifice sale, which will continue for (>o days. The goods arrived this week. HOTrVS TEDS I Large Cane Scroll"arm Ro<*ers, $2; Wood and Cane Seat Rockers, $1; Woven Wire Springs, $1.50; 3-piece Bedroom Suites, full size, German Plate Mirror, $15, Kitchen Safe, $2.50; Single Lounges, $5. Those are sample prices. Others are fully as cheap. The goods are new, of late design, and were carefully selected fro.n one of the largest stocks on the coast. Don't lose the chance. LOMBARD & HORSLEY, SYNDICATE BLOCK, SECOND STREET CARDS. W. H. Bool*, H. B. P.p. -. I'll aki.es Itli lllHnsiis. Nurtli Ynkluia. Taroma. UOGLE, RICHARDSON A RIOG, ATT...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 28 February 1895

ME YAKIMA HERALD. E. M. REED. KDITOR A Nil MAN'AiiF.R Vubli«hi-<1 every ThtirsiUjr: «üb«ori!ili'>n IJ.OO per your in mivanre. Advertising rates upon application. THURSDAY, FKRRVARY M, ISM. THE GOLD COSSPIRACY. Sherman says: "The question is, shall l lie government pay its obligations in gold or silver? In every act, every loan, j every sale of Ikhkls l>y the government j since 18<>!( the government ha* demanded | gold. To be honest we must pay gold." j Not at ail! We waited gold as we might! have wanted any other rouimodity, and ! we gave coin bonds for it. It was do atinctly understood that we could pay in either metal. In January, 187H both houses of congress decided by overwhelm-! ing majorities "that all the bonds issued by the United States, issued or authorized to lie issued under the said acts of con gress hereinbefore recited, are payable, principal and interest, at the option of! the government of the United States, In silver dollars of the coinage of the Uni...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 28 February 1895

A REPORTERS NUTE BOOK Entertaloiog Bits of Information Wbicb Were found Within. PEN PICTURES OF YAKIMA LIFE All »oti. <■! Paragraph* I.■■■■■• r. ii In the 'l> impniu «.i < . ii 1 >n 1 \t ;i«ii- Iniiinii and from ilir i.rnu mid I rrlllr (1 II) Siirroiiiirilnu •• A. J. Splawu returned from Seattle on Tiifmlay. A child of Mr. ami Mrs. J. I'nderwood, It*- than it year of age, died nt I'rosser on Moniii'v last and \.<>- buried • n I■ • da)-. Julius I'incns, Hip well known hop buyer, came over from the sound on Monday on business hefore the superior court. Up returned on Wednesday. I, K. Kreeinan left on biimlny last lot <•/.Ifii, I'tiih. It is tiii'li r-t'i"il that he will move hi* paper to that point if he cud make satisfactory arrangements. A Hix month old child of Mr. anil Mr* George Fulkerson, living on the Cow ythee, dieil on Sunday last, after .1 pro longed !linear., and was buried on Mon day. Thomas I.und and Court F. Meyer will, alxtut Marih 1, begin the erec...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 28 February 1895

Compare the Magnificent Fruit and Alfal- fa Lands of the Moxee Artesian District at $50 Per Acre with other Lands in Yakima County. T«PO«R»PHY OF VAKIL! CW'SH. A t'mn-lir «liil< m. ill of Ilir I mull. lions ■>■ Prepared I nder tkc U> pl< <•» at the Commercial« In i>. Ynkinia county contain« 3.">BU square mile*, or 3,571,200 acres, and i* soine wliat larger than the state of Connecticut. It reaches from the Columbia river on the east to the summit of the Cascade range on the west, and is broken on the north by the spurs anil foothill* of the mountains, while the southern portion extends in broad table lamls and plains, to the Sinicoe range. The Yakima river, rising far to the north in several small lakes on the crtst of the Cascade*, flows diagonally across the width of this region with a general course from northwest to southeast. Numerous tributaries enter it principally from the west, the largest being the Natcheez river, all having a rapid descent in broad va...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 7 March 1895

VOL. VII. $7,000-$3,5f10=53,5f10 ""* The Consumer Gets It That is a Simple Example in Arithmetic. Call at our store rooms and sec how we do it, and what we do it with. We paid cash for goods worth $7000; we sell them to customers at $3500, just half what they cost the wholesaler. These are times of great bargains, but nothing yet offeree! can equal this sacrifice sale, which will continue for 60 days. The goods arrived this week. HOW'S 71118 I La' K° Cane Scrol,"arm Rockers. $2; Wood and Cane Seat Rockers, $1; Woven Wire Springs, $1.50; 3-piecc Hedroom Suites, full size, German Plate Mirror, $15, Kitchen Safe, $2.50; Single Lounges, $5. Those are sample prices. Others are fully as cheap. The goods are new, of late design, and were carefully selected fro.n one of the largest stocks on the coast. Don't lose the chance. LOMBARD PROFESSIONAL CA BUS. w. ii ii.-.11 n. 11. Inst, I'mmn Richardson, North Yskims. Tsriims. BOGLE, RICHARDSON A RIGU, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office over YskimsNstlnnsl ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 7 March 1895

THE YAKIMA HERALD. K. M. REF.H. KIHTtIK AMI V W '„,nt ?abll»he<l every Ttoirvlsv; «iil.srrlr.tlon f| M psr yesr In advance. Ailvrnislnsrsles upon sppliestiou. THURSDAY, MARBH 7. MM FOOD STVFFS ASH COIN. China anil Japan are rapidly increas ing their use of dour. A steady diet of rice Is unwholesome, producing certain forms of disease, such as kaka, that swelling of the legs which is ao prevalent in China. The steamships of the Northern Pacific •nd Canadian l'acilic lines outward bound aie loaded with flour aud can't carry the cargoes ottered. The demand is far ahead of tbe existing possibilities of transpor tation. The companies have orders for four or five months in nivalin-, and have been compelled to decline all further orders in the meantime. The cheaper grades of flour coat aliout the same as rice, or a little leas; and there is the pleasing certainty tbat China and Japan will be increasingly large con sumers. When once they have acquired the taste, and learned the greater w...

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. — 7 March 1895

A REPORTER'S ME BOOK Entertaining Bits oi Information Wbicb Were Found Within PER PICTURES OF YAKIMA LIFE All Maria of Parafrathi leathered In tin metropolian! t rnirnl W Matt- Ington and front tlie Ureal unit fertile t'enntry Surrounding 11. Samuel Storrow returned on Thursday night last from his trip to Tacoma. I). W. Simmons was a Tacoma visitor on Tuesday last, returning Wednesday evening. Messrs. Spinning, Keeper and Pugsley will occupy one side of tlie front of the post office building as a reul estate office. W. H. Wilcox is in the city for a three or four days'visit with relatives. He i employed by I'aul Sehulze in the land de partment of the Northern Pacific. There will be a total eclipse of the moon observable in Yakima on Sunday r.ight. A local astronomer figures that it will be gin between the houra ol I and ti o'clock. The new rate on spuds went into effect on Tuesday on the Northern Pacific. The charge for transportation to St. Paul in straight care of 10,000 pounds is...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 7 March 1895

Compare the Magnificent Fruit and Alfal fa Lands of the Moxee Artesian District at $50 Per Acre with other Lands in Yakima County. Mill IMIII. Reported by J. J. Tyler, abstracter Anna B Brown to J C I.a Fortune, n w' 4 of n c' 4 tp 14 n r 17e .SBOO X W Dooley to Seattle Brewing A Malting Co, w' a s c' 4 s c' 4 sec 6 tpl.'nr-Me GQb J T Wilson to II Smith, w'.. sec 4tp 7n r27e 1000 N P X R Co, to A I) Kglin, n »' 4 of n w' 4 sec 15 tp 12 nrl6 c tfl AI) Eglin to C Kglin, n w' 4 of n w '4 sec 15 tp 12 n r 10 c 1 \V Urant to J Titnmerman, 12 acres of lot 7 sec 18 tp 8 n r lit) c 1 II II I,.ii.Urd A F Horsley to II C B3Btivick Sec 19 tp 14 nrl7 c . 1025 (} W Wilgna to F Medieke, 24 acres of n w ' 4 ' of n w' 4 sec 10 tp 8 n r 18 c 480 J lying 111 ire to Laura A Longtime lots 2 3 4 sec 30 tp 15 n r 18 c 2000 F 11 Siiuiebly to L V Janeck ASons lot 5 blk 30 NY 3250 E A Charbonuel to X TCharbonnel, n c' 4 n c< 4 sec 34 tp onr 24 c . 425 E F Benson to C C May, el„ n w' 4 n c' 4 sec 26 tp Bn...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 14 March 1895

VOL. VII. WOO-ft»3,500 That is a Simple Example in Arithmetic. Call at our store rooms and see how we do it, and what we do it with. We paid cash for goods worth $7000; we sell them to customers at $3500, just half what they cost the wholesaler. These arc times of great bargains, but nothing yet offered can equal this sacrifice sale, which will continue for 60 days. The goods arrived this week. TTr^TTT'Q TTTT^I * Lar£e Cane Scroll-arm Rockers, $2; Wood and Cane Scat Rockers, $1; Woven Wire Springs, $1.50; 3-piccc Hcdroom Suites, full size, German Plate Mirror, $15, Kitchen Safe, $2.50; Single Lounges, $5. Those are sample prices. Others are fully as cheap. The goods are new, of l^te design, and were carefully selected fro.n one of the largest stocks on the coast. Don't lose the chance. LOMBARD Sl HORSLEY, SYNDICATE BLOCK, SECOND STREET PROFESSIONAL CA RDS. W. H. t—Mi 11. 11. klOaa, Chsklis Richardson, North Yakima. Tacoma. lIOGLE, RICHARDSON A RIGG, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office over Yak...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 14 March 1895

IHE YAKIMA HERALD. K. Jf. P.KED. HUM AND MAXAtiKK. "■Wished every Thnrsdajr; snbeeilptlon ttOO per year In advance. Advertising rates upon application. THVRSDAY. MARCH li. IS9.V SOMKTIIING WRONG ABO IT THIS. Congress passed a bill for the coinage of the silver seigniorage, about fifty-five millions of dollars. Tbe president vetoed it. The seigniorage is idle, like hundreds of thousands of the people. There is work for the silver to do. If it were issued in the form of silver certificatee it would lie used in developments which wonld give work to the people. During the panic of '93 silver was repeatedly applied for at the In.ted States treason. and gold waa offered in exchange, but none could be had, Secretary Carlisle saying that all the silver on hand was re quired for the redemption of silver certifi cates in circulation. Then the president vetoed the seigniorage bill, and sells lannis at a ruinous figure to get gold; and yet the secretary could not take the gold that was offered ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 14 March 1895

AREPOETER'SNUTEBOOK Entertaining Bits of Information Which Were Found Within. PER PICTURES OF YAKIMA LIFE All Sana of Paragraph* Ua.lhrred lathe liiro|inii.,,i ii-uiiiii Haih. miimi aad frara tlir i.rcm aad fertile raantrr RurraunaHng n Sheriff Baldwin, of Garfield county, was a Yakima visitor on Saturday last. W. H. Wade, representing the St. Paul IHspatch, waa in the city this week in the interests of his paper. The newspaper plant of the Fairfield Progreit will be shipped here this wepk to lie need in the publication of the Anjns. Miss Allen, daughter ol Hon. John B. Allen, arrived from Seattle, Monday night to spend a few days with ber aunt, Mrs. F.dward Whitson. The Herai.ii office has several heavy accounts to meet nn tbe Ist ol April and a general call ia made on those indebted for subscription to call at t!ie office and settle. Leu Ollive and Frank I'olen are the latest arrivals Irom Puyallup, intending to remain here during the summer; and Joe Hoffman and William Brecken re...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 14 March 1895

Compare the Magnificent Fruit and Alfal fa Lands of the Moxee Artesian District at $50 Per Acre with other Lands in Yakima County. (THREW EVEW OF TBE WEEk. The mast Internum* lUppininii ot lh* World Railed Dawn far "Herald" Readers. The senatorial deadlock in Idaho was broken on Thursday last by the relection of George L. Shoup. This was brought about through the absence of one of ths populist members. There haa been trouble between the agent, settlers and Indians on the Uma tilla reservation, Oregon, and troops were summoned from Walla Walia to prevent any possible uprising. The Vancouver Independent reporta that Krnest C. Dalton, of Chicago, lately in spected the completed section of the Van couver, Klickitat A Yakima railroad with • view of purchasing the road from ita present owners. Mrs. W. K. Vauderbilt has been grant ed absolute divorce from her multi-mil lionaire husband, \V. K. Vanderbilt, and ia at liberty to marry again, while he is forbiddap to make aaother experiment wb...

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