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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 21 March 1895

•VOL. VII. $7,00Q-$3,50Q=53,500 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 ,-<53500, just half what they cost the wholesaler. These are times of great bargains, but nothing yet offeicd can equal this sacrifice sale, which will continue for 60 days. The goods arrived this week. HOW'S TUTS • LarRC Cane Scroll-arm Rockers, $2; Wood and Cane Seat Rockers, $1; Woven Wire Springs, $1.50; 3-^ccc 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 larcfully selected fro.ii one of the largest stocks on the coast. Don't lose the chance. LOMBARD Sl HORSLEY, SYNDICATE BLOCK, SECOND STREET PROFESSION..I. CARDS. W. H. Hum-n. 11. B. 1U.;..«. in mils Krhakd.on, North Yakima. Tacoma. 1 JOULE, RICHARDSON A BIQO, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Offi...

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. — 21 March 1895

THE YAKIMA HERALD. K. M. HERD. KDITOR AND HANAUKR. Published every Thnrsdai subscription MOO par y*«r In advance. Ailvertlsina rales up.mi application. TIIfRSPAY. MAIiCII fl. 1596. The white ship* of our navy are quite pretty to look al, and if our Spanish neighbors down in Cuba persist In their playful habit of clapping American all iens into jail without due provocation, and tiring at vessels living the I'tiited States' flag, they may find that lh* white fleet ha* qualification* more potent and persuasive (haa those of beauty and grace to recommend it. Yakima ia lo be congratulated U|<ou the passage of Senator Sergeant's bill for a wagon road through the Natcheei pass from Pierce county to North Yakima, and appropriating K'd.OOU for Ihe same. This will make North Yakima an outfitting point not only for those traveling across the state, but for the hunters, trspper* and pri sfiectors who will seek for the game and hidden mineral wealth of th* Caecade*. In point of practical bene...

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. — 21 March 1895

A REPORTER'S NOTE BOOK Entertaining Bits ol Information Which Were Found Within. PEN PICTURES OF YAKIMA LIFE All Sort* of Paragraph* (lathered In I li< i|. I r,,,,0i1... I (rill nil U««l|. liialon and Irom llir I.rent uliU Senile Country sin rounding It. R. Strobach returned on Sunday from his trip to Olympia. Born, on Thursday, March 11, to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Swectz.nf the Mali valley, a son. 8. P. Flower, o| the mercantile linn of FowerA Sullivan, Mahlon, was in the city on Monday last. John Kangley, ol the Northern Pacific Coal company, Koslyn, arrived in the city on Monday night. Harvey L. Young returned last week from Klleneburg where lie linn been at tending the normal school. Mrs. Is, Frank Gordon returned In her home ill Spokane on Monday Bight, after a visit of a week with her friend, Mrs. Ira M. Krutz. While Mr. George Hull, of the Wenas, was horseback riding nn Friday last the animal fell and now Mr. Hull is nursing a broken collar bone. Mrs. James M. (Jiltiert and daug...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 21 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. REAL KSTATK. Reported by J. J. Tyler. ahstraoter N T Goodwin to Prieclll l*e w>, w '„ sw« 4 sec 10. 13, 18e $2000 C J Beach to N Williams lots IJ. 13 blk ■ Kennewick 260 D W Simmons to 1) H Ureenwalt lot fi blk 73 N V 150 W L Steioweg to Klla B Humohrey lot 6 and *'.. lot 7 blk 27 N V 1000 Sl> Macdonald to I. X Coffin r .. ae • 4 n*' 4 secti. 12. 20e 6 B V Young to C V Fowler lot 5 blk 55 N V 250 C J Taft to Maggie X Merwin lot 0 blk 54 NY 10 Kll/.« A Smith to Oelila C Noyer lota trawktM y iooo I B Taylor to C V Fowler sw> 4 nw l 4 and nw' 4 see 33,15. lSe 1 W I. Uveslev to J P Gordon lota 7 8 blk I'll N V 250 NI'KK Co to F B tlsgood ne> 4 ne >. sec 29, IS, 18e 000 F II Osgood to C and A Johnson ne U ne' 4 ace 29, 13, 18e .. 1500 U V X Walker A A Bowditch A II H Allen lo Sadie Mull one acre in ne' 4 ne' 4 sec 19.13, 13e 800 C F Bailey to (...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 28 March 1895

VOL. VII. $7,000-$3,500=53,500 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 offctet! can eijual this sacrifice sale, which will continue for 60 days. The goods arrived this week. TX/^TXT'Q TTTTQ • '-ar £c Cane Scroll-arm Rockers, $2; Wood and Cane Seat Rockers, $1; Woven Wire Springs, $1.50; 3-piccc licdroom 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 arc new, of late deign, and were carefully selected fioui one of the largest stocks on the coast. Don't lose the chance. LOMBARD A HORSLEY, SYNDICATE BLOCK, SECOND STREET PROFESSIOSA L I A lilts. W. 11. Bom.*. 11. li BIOS*. Ciiaki.lh KiciMKiiHiiN. North Vakima. Tacoma. ] htt ilk, RICHARDSON * RKiii, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Illllee over Vakima National H...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 28 March 1895

ME YAKIMA HERALD. «. M. RKFH. EDITOR AND MANAOFR. fabllsbed every Thursday; labscrlptlnn li.OO per year In advance. Advertising rate* upon application. THURSDA V, MARCH M, ISM. TIIK BIMETALLIC PARTY. Always first, Yakima has organized a bimetallic league of imposing strength to forward what promises to be the great est national economic movement since the demand for abolition. Both democrats and republicans have for many years, had plaaks in their national platforms favoring bimetallism in more or less guarded phrases. These have been for the most part the result of careful efforts by astute politicians to use language for the time honored purpose of concealing their intentions. The one idea of the new party is to sub ordinate, for the tine being, everything else to the restoration of silver, and, doing away with national bank notes, to have all currency issued by the governosent. The west and south are virtually a unit in their adherence to this creed. Tariff and other moot questio...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 28 March 1895

A REPORTER'S NOTEBOOK Entertaining Bits of Information Which Were Found Within. PEN PICTURES OF YAKIMA LIFE All Korll ol I'll rugrii |ili» I.allien il lulltr Metropolian! (in trul v. ii Ell ington nnd from I lie I. rem nml fertile iminni Siirr nun; 11. W. I*. Ilray it visiting his family in Puyallup. Mrs. M. P. Kay, o[ Martin, is visiting the family ol State Senator Leab, Horn, March liith, to Mr. an 1 Mrs. 1,. 8. Travis, of Horse Heaven, a son. Horn, at New York City, March s. to Mr. anil Mrs. Frank 0, Heed, a daughter Proeecnting Attorney Knglehart hai piiri'hased a handsome surrey from M. Schorn. S. S. King, of Everett, representing ihe Bunnell A Eno Investment company, i in the city this week. Walter. J. Keed, of Cle-Klnm, wus m the city on business hefore the local land nl lice, on Monday last. P. A. Bounds has had the plans p-v pared for a handsome residence to hr built on Second street, next to Mrs. John Donald's. On Tuesday about an hundred Indians were engaged in repairing ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 28 March 1895

Compare the Magnificent Fruit and Alfal- No \\r ater Tax. No Wells to Dig for _ ' - • WRTTB OR OALLi ON • • fa Lands of the Moxee Artesian District at j Stock and Domestic Use. The Water is «™ p i •♦! ti. t i•v ,- W. T. CLARK, Artesian Heights, a $50 Per Acre with other Lands in Yakima ' & ■ Seventy-four Degrees Warm the year Seven Miles East of North Yakima. County. ==i==i=i _ i _ =s=s=s=^^ round. H RKI.VT m.U OF THE WEEK. Tbe Vlnal liilrriMlni II n pprn lug. •f the Wmin it..11. ,i Down f«r ••lli-riild" licit.lcr». The body ot Ex-Governor Laughton has been taken to San Francisco and will lie cremated in obedience to his request. Jesse Vi. George, brother of ex-coa greesman M. C. George of Oreiron, and I'nile.l Statee marshal during the terri torial ilave of Washington died at his home in Seattle on Sunday morning last. At the time of his death he was the right of-way agent of the Great Northern. Tom Blanck, the Seattle murderer and jail breaker, died with bis boots on and 16 bu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 4 April 1895

VOL. VII. PROFESSIOXAL CARDS. W. H. BflilLK, II- B. K1....*. in mil- Richahdhos, North Yakima. Tacoma. RpOLB, RICHARDSON A RIGU, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office over Yakima National Bank. KsfaiMfSS, National Bank of commerce and I'nget Soinid Havings Bank, Tacoma, Wash. T A. TA(illAkl), BROKER. State, lity and County Warrant" boafht sud other papers bundled. Office, Yakima avenue. I|KAVIS A ENGLKHAKT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Kuoini) T and K. Second floor, First National Hank building. ____ U C HENTON. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practice, in Federal and all State Courts, office over Y'akima National Hank. W H. HARK, DENTIST. OSes over I'nstoflice. Yakima avenue, North Yakima. IT J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. /•"Oltlee over Yakima National Bank, North Yakima. Will practice In all the eourUoi the •late and V. i. land offleea. W. L. ,!OSE«. J. S.MKWMAN. TONES A NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over Firm National Hank, North Yakima. Wash QBO. 0. MILLS, C. E., COUNTY SURVEYOR. Vein. Sioc. Irrigation Engineers. V. B. De...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 4 April 1895

niE YAKUIA HERALD. K. M. RKKI). KHITOIi ANI> MANAOKR. Pablinheil every Tliiinulay; ■BhMfiptlM l'i.oo per year in advance. .\<l\rn i»in< rates upon ftwilicatimi. , THURSDAY, .1/7,7/. i. isu... THE SILVER Ill<; A-800. President Hill of tbe Great Northern railway has recently returned from Europe, and, as is now his wont, has given to an interviewer his opinions on the monetary situation. President Hill is undoubtedly one of the most success ful business mon of the country, and he is an international bimetallism He was, till about eighteen months ago (if we re member well? a gold inononietallist. We venture the prediction that be will be a free silver advocate within tlie next eigh teen months. International bimetallism is a consummation devoutly to liewished, bnt one which, while it would seem cer tain to come some day, is lieing persist ently fought off liy England. England absolutely declines to consider the |>ossi bility of ber onn adoption of bimetallism. and France...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 4 April 1895

TERSE TALES OF A WEEK "The Herald" Searchlight Thrown Over City and County. SUNSHINE AND SHADOWS OF LOCAL LIFH nrngrnplili Hll« of t.»«»lp, Soelrl) \i M ». NMM I* 1111,1 llll|>|lilltltu« liuliirnl Vl,on i \..rili ttifcllllo and Hi r l lolr.Milnt Viilleya. Attorney Mitchell Gilliam, of Seattle, was a Yakima visitor over Sunday. The W. 0. T. U. will meet at the Pwa byterian church on Tuesduy, April 9, at 3 o'clock p. in. Mrs. 0. SC. Cheney, of the M <\ce. and lier daughter, Mrß. Turnbull, ,s| I to leave on Sunday for Kentucky on a three - mniiths visit. Mrs. J. M. Adams returned on Ties,la, from Spokane where she has been visit ing her daughter F.dith, who is attending school in that city. EngineerJ.il. Rogers came up from Sunnyside Tuesday to make bis yearly desert proof before the land ollice, nnd to look up claims for Tacoma friends. "Doc" Coe and Will Feamster rettirm d from their horseback trip to linker City on Sunday last. They say it was a bard trip, made especially so b...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 4 April 1895

Compare the Magnificent Fruit and Alfal fa Lands of the Moxee Artesian District at $50 Per Acre with other Lands in Yakima County. [WBITTEN TOR THS HSRILD.] DARBY TO JOAN. On tlu-ii Golden Wedding Day. Last night lv mnml reminiscent I mine,l On our life's lung road together. Retracing the journey of fllty yean Through slimmer aud winter weather. I aeemed to alt, with dreaming eyea. Watching the changing drama. While quiet Memory mood to point The scenes, en panorama. These that were saddest, fleeting and vague Arrosa my vision hurried, Aa though lo hide their bitttruem; But itlll the brighter Urrted. And firat that glortom day In spring' Ah! sweet were the bloasoma above. When I learned that your tender woman's heart Had dowered me with Its love. The way 'Heath oar leet was iprtuglug sod. Our hearts sang the thrilling air That beat love'a blithest ijulcsatep march For Eden's primal pair. And again, the day you gave of your life AH that was atill to be, Aud, trusting your lover with ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 11 April 1895

VOL. VII. PROEESSIttXAI, t A Hits. W. 11. BiioLr. 11. B. It -. I'mmi. i:i< inn,- v North YnMma. Tarotna. UOiil.K, MOHABDtOH A Rim;, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office over YakimaNatiotial Hunk Reforenref, National Dank oi f nmtnercc ami I'ujfet Soninl ssi iugi Dauk. Tacoma, Wash. J A. TAUCtARI), BROKER. State, City ami enmity Warrant" bought hikl other iiaiiers Imnille,! Ottiec, Ysklina incline. WKAVIB A ENULEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooms 7 aud X, Secoud floor, First National Hs 11k 1,1111,11,111 C C HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practices in Federal ami all State Courts, utlicc over Yakima National Hank. \y H. HARE, DENTIST. tiffiee over PosSofltOS, Yakima hvcihic. North Yakima. TI J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. C*p-()ltlce over Yakima National Hank, North Yakima. Will practice hi all t hv'-mirtsnf the •tate anil I.S. land ufllrca. w.l. josiii. i. a. trnwrntn. TONES & NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over Flrit Natloual Hank, North Yakiiim, Wh«li (4Eo. C. MILLS, C. E., COUNTY SURVEYOR. Vein soe. Ir...

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. — 11 April 1895

THE YAKIMA HERALD. E. Jf. REED. EDITOR AND MANViF.It. Published every Thursday; subscription liOU per year In advance. Advertising rales upon application. THURSDAY. APRIL It. 1895. warlike texpescies. Diplomatic anxiety is now widespread, and there is no assurance but what some act ol injustice and aggression will kindle the fires of war. Dispatches indicate that Great Rritain has notified this administration that she will not recognize the right of the United States to interfere in behalf of Venezuela. Having seized a large extent of Venezu elan territory in defiance of treaty obliga tions and the protests of that country, England defiantly proclaims that she will hold by force all that she has gained, and makes no pledge that a like course of rapacious aggression will not be continued. Lord Kimberly's statement to Ambassador Rayard is in effect a downright denial of the validity of the Monroe dextrine, which for three-quarters of a century we have been upholding as an integral pri...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 11 April 1895

A REPORTER'S NOTE BOOL Entertaining Bits of Information Which Were Pound Within. PER PICTURES OP YAKIMA LIFE In tlie ■*!< i ro|,,«n« ni Central v» nsti litelan and from Ihr I. rem I Fertile I'euHir* Nurraundliis li. C. U Whitney, a Walla Walla nursery man, was ■ visitor in Yakima thin week. Uorn, mi Saturday, April t,, to Mr. and Mrs. Horatio Croano, of the Alitainim. a daughter. A sacred concert will be given ut the Christian church next Sunday evening at H o'clock. Mrs. M. (J. Wills left on Monday for a visit of some duration in Portland and Hillaborn, Ogn. M. B. Mercer returned on Tuesday from his visit of two weeks at his old home in Wenatehee. The meeting of the Hod and (iun club, called for Friday last, was postponed until a later date—no quorum being pres ent. Will Burrell, of Ilickleton, who has been visiting friends iv Ibla county dur ing three months past, has returned to hie home. A special communication of Vakima J,odge No. LM, F. A A. M., will be held on Saturday eve...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 11 April 1895

Compare the Magnificent Fruit and Alfal fa Lands of the Moxee Artesian District at $50 Per Acre with other Lands in Yakima County. riRREST EVEVT OF THK WEE.. Tbe Mn»i Int. re Minn Happenings •f lllr U orlil Boiled Dawn far "laerald" Renters). Ths Portland Iron company's plant was destroyed by fire on Friday, April 5, in volving a loss of $1111,000; insurance, 845,000. George 11. Heilbron, managing editor of the Seattle Posl-Intrlligenctr and a prominent republican politician, was found dead in his bath tub on Friday morning last. Death was due to appo pleiv. The deceased carried $143,000 of insurance on his life and was but 34 years of age. A. M. Cannon, who is known as the Father of Spokane, was found dead in his room at a New York hotel Saturday, April 6. He was 00 years of age, and a few years ago bis wealth was estimated at tit,ooo,ooo, but he was badly crippled in tbe panic of 1393 and it would have required a return of property valuations to have placed him on his financial fe...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 18 April 1895

VOL. VII. PROFESSIOXAI. CAMDB. W. H. B.i'.Lr, 11. H. Ki.,i.«. t'uiei.ss Km hskiisi.n. Nnrth Yakima. Taroms. IKKiLE, RICHARDSON A RIOU, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Oftier ever Yakima National Rank. Hoterenres. Nail.inal Bank ol t oinmrri-e sml I'liget Soiinit savillus Bauk, Tacoms, Wash J A. TAGGARD, BROKBR. State, Ctty anil Comity Warrsuts tioiiulit anil other paper* bsudleil. Often, Yskims avenue. JJEAVIB A ENGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooms 7 snd ", second floor. First National Bauk bulldlus. « C. HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practices In Federal ami all Rats Courts, ulllei over Yakima Nstlousl Haul, W H. HARE, DENTIST. Ollice over PostolTire. Yskims avenue. North Yaklrua TI J. snivelV, ATTORNEY AT LAW. •*o|a „ver Yakima National Bank, Nnrth Yakima. Will practice In all t hst courts of the state and U. K. laud offices. W. L. JONIS. J. M. NEWMAN. JON EH A NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First Natloual Bauk, North Yakima. Wash QKO. 0. MILLS, C. 8., COUNTY SURVEYOR. viem. Hoc. Irrigation Knßineers....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 18 April 1895

THE YAKIMA HERALD. K. M. REED. EDITOR AND MAKAdKR. I'nbllshed every Thursdsy; subscription fi.OO per yesr In sdvsnre. AdvertlsluE rstes upon spplii'stiKii. TIIIRSPAY, APRIL IS, 1895. Four hundred million people have suc cumbed to forty millions, and the terms ot peace between Japan and China have been signed. Chicago has grown so great that she wants to be made a separate state. Now let Boeton make a similar application so tbat tbe alleged wits can speak of them as Pork and Beans. The Seattle Rerieu truly says when a high tariff is declared on partisan pre judice, and tree trade prevails in the ex change of ideas for good government, the millennia) may be observed by tbe aid of a telescope. Seattle Review: The Skagit Valley Htrald man loves the governor for his vetoes. Wonder what the governor thinks of his new mash. We dsn't pretend to know, but we will wager a second-hand toothpick, that if the Skagit county mash and an Old Kentucky mash were to be plsced side by side, tbe governo...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 18 April 1895

A REPORTER'S NOTE BOOK Entertaining Bits of Information Which Were Found Within. PEN PICTURES OF YAKIMA LIFE All Barta af Parsirspli, t.allirrrd In the 1, i r,i|,»iis af t'rmral W a»h- Inglois and from the l.rrat and fertile I'snniry stnrraiindtiis; "• Wm. Atiimll it has BaWMd planting 40i) apple trees on hia Nob Hill (arm. R. Y. Flyna and wife of Yakima are in Walla Walla on a visit to their daughter Mrs. J. O. Anderson. "Doc." B. N. Cue will lesve for Baker City, lire., about the first of May, to take the position of pharmacist in tlis largest and finest sppointed drug stars of that city. Manager Wolilfort inforrnsTiii. llkku n that the Yakima telephone system is to lie rebuilt next month, and that poles 85 feet in height are to replace the present ones. George Yance ststes that he accom panied a party of bicyclers from the Ah laiiuin academy to North Yakima, on Friday evening last, and they covered the distance of eight miles in So minutes. This knocks cayuse riding "galley west....

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 18 April 1895

Compare the Magnificent Fruit and Alfal fa Lands of the Moxee Artesian District at $50 Per Acre with other Lands in Yakima County. OillEn EVEJT OF THE WEEK. Tlir Rlnst llllrrc.llna Happenings •I tun Wnrlrt Untied Doan fnr "Herald" Renders. James Wilmot Scott, proprietor of the Chicago Timei-llerald and Evening Pott, died suddenly April 14th of apoplexy. Charley Hopkins, of tbe Inland Tele phone company, bas been nominated by tbe republicans for Mayor of Spokane. Tbe town of Colfax, Whitman county, is boycotting Seattle for the stand ber legislators took In defeating the Helm and Morgan railroad bills for the reduction of freights and fares. Chicago wants to be made a state and tbe Illinois legislature haa been asked to submit to tbe vote of tbe people tbe ques tion of giving Cook couaty, (Chicago) a eeperate government. Russia has threatingfy announced that Japan must abandon any pretention to Port Arthur or any other part ol the Asi atic continent, and is reinforcing her army and n...

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