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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 30 May 1895

The Yakima Herald. VOL. VII. NORTH VAKIMA, WASffINGTON, THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1895. NO. 19. PMOFSBBTOSAL CARDS, rPACOMA WOMAN'S HOSPITAL, Wl and l^S N. Ynkima aye Tot t*rm«. tM , ad dremi the matron. Mim H. Kill*. J A. TAUOAHD, hroki-;r. State, Cily and o.tinty WHrrHiitr< boafbl aud other pal*™ hanilltti. OlUcc. Yakima avenue. "UEAVIS & KNOLXHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Koiinin 7 aud «, rieennd fluor, First National Bank bulliliug. C C. HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Prartleen In Federal and hII Stall < ourti. office over Yakima National Hank. H. HARE, DENTIST. Office over Poatultirc. YKkltnH uuinic. Norlli Yakima. J£ J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. g^'OlfiQe over Yakima National Bank, North Yattina. Will prsctlc* In all th« cuurtiot the niaii' atid 0. H. laud ot&cei. W. L. JONIK. hLHtUK JONES A NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over Flrnt National Hank, North Yaklimi, Whxli QEO. C. MILLS, C. E., COUNTY SURVEYOR. Mem hoc. Irrigation Inglntera. r s. Dravty Purveyor. Oltlce lv larger linhvell bui...

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. — 30 May 1895

They are a Great Big are selling fast and ME YAKIMA HERALD. K. M. REED. EDITOR AND MAN.M.XX Pabllnbcd every Thursday; imlwriptlou ♦-'.00 perye»r In mlvanrr. A'lvertl«iiig rates npon application. THURSDAY, MAY .*>, 1595. PEOPLE SAY That in bis stated reasons for declining to appoint delegates to the Salt Lake sil ver conference, Governor Mc(!raw's feel ings as a banker ran away with his judg ment as a citizen of Washington. This state is overwhelmingly in favor of the free coinage of silver at a I<> to 1 ratio; and thai if the governor lias not found thisont.it is the first evidence of imbe cility he has shown. That Governor Mcuraw is not an im becile by a large majority. That tbe fence is going to be a mighty uncomfortable seat for folks. That tilings mm in to he picking up at last, o That the Paunchous Pilot is going to write a book on "What I Don't Know About Steerina the Ship of State." That the P.-I. is industriously writing "Ichabod" over its former record. In its colu...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 30 May 1895

AREPORTBR'S NOTE BOOK Entertaining Bits of Information Which Were Found Within. PER PICTURES OF YAKIMA LIFE All Sard "I Paragraph* Ualhi t..t iuiii>Hririi|i«ii<i>Miiiiriii Wa*h- ItißKtn and Imm the «.rrn« and » rrlllr < •■■try Surrounding It. H. K. Owens returned from Seattle Sunday. M. W. Martin Is erecting a small hotel at Mabton. Peter Belles returned on Sunday from his visit to Tacoina and I'uyallup. J.. J. Tyler left on Friday last for the Gold Hill mining district, in the hope of discovering "pay dirt." Mrs. Martha Wiley arrived in the city from Seattle on Sunday last fur a visit with relatives on the Ahtanum. Mr. George Donald left for Tacoina, Sunday, on business connected with the Yakinia Investment company. C. J. Mclotosb left the first of the week for California on his bicycle, to enjoy the summer vacation after a year in the city schools. Dudley Kshelman, wife and child, left on Tuesday to spend a part of the sum mer vacation with relatives in Klickitat count...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 30 May 1895

Compare the Magnificent Fruit and Alfal- fa Lands of the Moxee Artesian District at $50 Per Acre with other Lands in Yakima County. i mid sap«lf.(h of m\m. The «.rc«t I oininnihiii < mitrd i>» Him In III* nankin* Oprrnllan*. Hui Startling Klanry irmn ■ rtlen on Krrord. When I go into a bank, I get rattled. The clerks rattle me; the wickets rattle me; the Bight of the money rattles me; everything rattles me. The moment I cross the threshold of a bank, lam a hesitating jay. If I attempt to transact business there I become an irresponsible Idiot. I knew this beforehand, but my salary had been raised to fifty dollars a month, and I felt that the bank was the only place for it. So I shambled in and looked timidly round at the clerks. I had an idea that a person about to open an account must needs consult tke manager. I went up to the wicket marked "ac countant." The accountant was a tall, cool devil. The very sight of him rattled me. My voice, was sepulchral. "Can I see the manager...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 6 June 1895

VOL. VII. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. '£ACOMA WOMAN'S HOSPITAL, 121 and 12* N. Yakima ML For terms, etc., ad dress the matron, Miss H. Ellis. J A. TAOQARD, BROKER. MUM, City aud Comity Warrautn bought and other papers bandied. Office, Yakima avenue. JJEAVIS & ENGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Roomi " and », Seooud floor, First National Bank building. g C. HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW- Practices In Federal aud all Mite Coarts. Office over Yakima National Bank. h. hare, DENTIST. Offire over Poitoffice. Yakima avenue, North Yakima. XT J. BNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. m-oiluT over Yakima National Bank, North faklma. Will practice In all th»eourtiof the gtate and U. H. land offices. w. t. jokes. j.«.mw»iic. JONES A NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First National Bank, North Yakima, Waab QEO. C. MILLB, C. X., COUNTY SURVEYOR. Item. Hoc. Irrigation Kngiueera. U. 8. Deputy Surveyor. Office In Urger Oadwell Ijiiil'tln/. over Coffin Bros.' store. p FRANK, M. D., PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. l.ate Murgeoo Washington ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 6 June 1895

ME YAHMA HERALD. K. it. REED. EDITOR AXD MASA'iKK. PnblUnrd every Thnn«l«y; tuhfwrlptlnn *ZMI per year tn advance. Advertising r»te« npon application. THURSDAY. JUXK $, 1895. SOCIAL EYOLVTIVS. The revolt against the agnostic or Utilitarian school of thought, of which Spencer it the prophet in England, and Ingersoll the aiach less scholarly and thoughtful, bat more popular champion here in America, is on. The deep learn ing and scholarly method* of l>rummond, Balfour and Ki. 1.1 are having a profound effect in the old world; and no new men of real ability are rising up in the Utili tarian party. The idea that man is a law unto himself, that he can and must ond the standard of conduct absolutely in his own reason and inclinations has had its brief vogue, and the passing bell io tolling its re<iuiem. Kidd's work on Social Evolution is a book that everyone should read. It is a work of profound thought. It views man as a reasoning being whose highest development can only be attaine...

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

INFINITESSIMAL ITEMS Squibs Secured Since Searchers Sought Sedulously FOR FACTS FOR FLTIHG "FABERS." Nn%«» >ni a uniii lunilir ( urn nl Ccasinl-Minor matters 'icrii ina Umiiim Ini'ii Tola Tales -Brief BallMyM. Charles S. Simpson, of this city, is vis iting friend* in Watarville. Puyallup Imps are said to have been damaged by last week's storm. Keith VV. Dunlop is at Fish lake, look ing after his mining property. Lynde I'almer returned from his busi ness visit in Prosser on Monday. The Yakitna Steam Laundry talks to Humid readers this week. Did you note it? Mr. and Mrs. George Donnel, of Nob Hill, returned from their Goldendale trip on Saturday. F. S. Davis this week removed his ave nue barber shop to First street, opposite the Modern store. Mr. Albert Saylor declares that he is not a candidate far the position of clerk of the school board. I. H. Dills and H. W. Gallant are Yak ima delegates to the grand lodge I. O. O. F. now in session at Tacoma. H. E. Dean, of the Hot Springs Lu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 6 June 1895

Compare the Magnificent Fruit and Alfal fa Lands of the Moxee Artesian District at $50 Per Acre with other Lands in Yakima County. 1.1 lI.KH.UY ItVIL EKAGEIttT. \ilim Would Happen In < ■■<■ „ VpnnWli f.iiui,.,,,! Mm. 111,1 Open •'lre on One of Oar Cralwn. The flurry, a short time ago, over the firing, by • Spanish man of war, on a vessel carrying the American flag lias set some of the bin dailies to speculating upon the probable work of our White Squadron, and this ia the way the New York Times sizes up the outcome should a Spanish war ship (Ire upon the I. S. cruiser Cincinnati: The Cincinnati, coming up the Wind ward passage, had brought Cape Maysi ■ light over the port bow, and had set a | course to round that pointonhortly after nightfall had set in. The first watch had been set, and a! brisk southerly breeze was raising a whitecap here and there. The little groups about the deck had dispersed, the watch below had turned in, and the watch on deck bad ensconced itself in mu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 13 June 1895

VOL. VII. PROFESS 10SAL CARDS. rjUCOIIA WOMAN'S HOSPITAL, 121 «nd Wl K. Yakima ava. For t»rm«. etc , ad- i dm* the matron. Mlm H. Kllla. J A. TAGGAKI), BROKER. Htat*. city and L'oaoty Warrant! bought and other papert handled. Ofllre, Yakima aveuue. JJKAVIB 4 ENQLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Roomt 7 ami 8, Second floor, Flnt National Bank baildluf. SC. HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. frai>tli-M la Federal and all Ktate Court*. Office ' ovar Yakima, National Bank. H. HARK, DENTIST. Office over Fontnffice. Yakima avenue, North Yaklioa. XT J. BNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. afaVOfflce over Yakima National Bank, North Vakima. Will practice In all th« courts of the utate and V. H. laud offlceii. w.l.jomk. J. n. mwmii. JONES A NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over Klut National Bank. North Yakima, Wanta (4EO- C. MILLB, C. E., COUNTY SURVEYOR. Mem. Nil. Irrigation KnKiueerii. V. H. Deputy purveyor. Ottlce in larger Cadwell building, over Coffin Bred.' More. p FRANK, M. D., PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. Lataftarfeon ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 13 June 1895

ME YAKIMA HERALD. I. M. RKED. EDITOR AND MANAGER. Pabllibed every Tbarulay; iab»erlptlc>n 1200 per rear la adranee. Advertising rates upon application. THURSDAY, JUNE IS, 1895. DUTY OF GOOD CITIZENS. That tbt jury system of this country is not altogether utiafmctory becomes more clear as tine rolls by. Some recent re •uiu of jury deliberations may be cited ia illustration. In the first trial of the case of Halstead A Baker vs. Bicknell there was a disagreement, eleven of the jurors favoring a verdict for the plaintiffs and one for the defendant. At the re fatarlng, in which no new evidence was advanced, the jurors were a nnit in their findings for the defendant. A still more recent case was that in which Mr. Edniia ton was on trial, charged with a crime the penalty for which was penal servi tude of from one to ten years. On the first ballot the jury stood seven for ac quittal and five for conviction. Twenty four hours confinement in the jury room developed that those who stood fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 13 June 1895

LOCAL NEWS A LA MODE A Savory Dish or Pottage lade Up of Current Event Id Yakima. PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS OP ILL KINDS Thai lla«v llrp.rlrri I.r I t rr) En. dinar la fc«n»fy (he Public A». acllta far flewa !• Evlaearca Mr Tb«M lolumni. Prince Harris, of Proaser, is in the city for a few days. John Sawbridge left this morning fort Elleosburg for a few days' business visit. | TbomM Carsteos, the Seattle live Stock dealer, is in th* city looking for beefl cattl*. Mrs. Matt Hartholet left on Tuesday morning for a visit with relative* at El lensburg. Cbris Miller is to occupy the new Dite man stor* room in the stone building on Yakima avenue near the,depot. And now the Presbyterian parsonage is to profit by the improvement boom, in the way of being decorated with a coat of paint. Fred Parker left on Tuesday evening for a business trip to Prosser, Pasco and other points near the Columbia. He re turned to-day. Excavation and foundation laying is in | progress on the new stone business build in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 13 June 1895

JIM HILL IS PECULIAR 1 Fif of tbe Great Magnates Personal Characteristics. IS RELATED BY RAILROAD MEN brntrtai la a Mnnrjrd Way, He ■ B*)OTA) If* I- rlfnd •■■ I p !■ BiKlnfM. Pata Officials la null Place* aa« Tan Beacaa* Them. Tb« departure of James J. Hill presi dent of the Great Northern railroad, aa a juggler of stocks on Wall street and as a reputed holder of a majority of the stock and securities of the Northern Pacific railroad, has placed him before the Ameri can people as the most interesting man in financial circles in the east. He is in teresting from the fact that he is yet to a large extent an unknown quantity and, as far aa the people of the west are con cerned, the personnel of hia associates in his late ventures is unknown. Bat the ability which he exercised in the construc tion of the Great Northern railroad dem onstrates that he is a remarkable man. Mr. Hill is an erratic man; be is a peculiar genius. He is one of a million and it is well, perhaps, that it is so. If...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 20 June 1895

VOL. VII. i4^B^B^l BK B^T Mimi'» Hand Sewed M.Ou Mice for $3 2O .^fl B^^ 86C Mjt bb^bb! b^bb^T fIE i^^ -w«, . <Sta|Mß»«»«eiMSß^B MmMm ...,..., 95c u-.--i».«oF«chi l idf, $3-95 Men'« H*ud Sewed Kangurno ttO QC H^^^^^ tK(9 .'ft Chlliireu'»*l.oo Red Sllppernfot ftOp :i^:.™"! I of all descriptions to be "Closed Out" *V* I I 9«>. owing to the backward °^c"» 1 —^^, Tfc 3Bl^BFz!__^jK_ |i^y T^ rW Cblldren'i T»u and Black Tien lor ffil en ~~ •" I%^ Tlis Sale is n Raise GasH id Prices IDo It °> I we cut prices ' VHOTT RRfl<i i T..«dßi«- k 12.00Ti n for $i 45 II ON ALL OUR SHOES. -^M IV 1 k LilvvVm i Wl^ ***• || I SHOEMEN. II 25K.do P «..snpp ere ,or 75 C M«n' t Don(jol.|S.so Shoe for. $2.95 <"»Hdren'i Grain Tip 11.2S School Shoe QQ C Udles'Tau and Black Juliet 12.90 Udle. Kid Button $1.50 Shoe for g1.15 Black and T.n $2.50 Koatheni Tie *J g Q Udi«'H.M I-ce shoe for S2 49 PROFESSIONAL CARDS. rpACOMA WOMAN'S HOSPITAL, 121 and 121 N. Yaklma in, For terms, etc., ad drua the matron,...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 20 June 1895

THE YAKLHA HERALD. X. M. MED. EDITOR AMD MANAGER rabUthad every Thursday: subscription 12.00 per jraar la advance. Advertising ratta ■pon application. THURSDAY, JUNE tv, 1895. CUBAN FILIBUSTERS. Popular sympathy in this republic is unquestionably with the Cuban insnrg ents. who are intrepidly attempting to wrest their fair ialand from tbe grasp of Spanish despotism. These patriots are fighting in the same cause «s tbat which triumphed at Yorktown, only they have far stronger provocation for rebellion than George 111. ever gave tbe American colo nies. They are battling for liberty and independence, and as Cuba, in addition, aa an American ialand, and her people are bound to us by close tlea, it would be singular indeed if tbe people of this coun try did not take a warm interest in tbe success of the present revolution. At t he same time Mr. Cleveland la fully warranted in endeavoring to see that tbe neutrality laws are faithfully observed and that our shores are not made tbe base of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 20 June 1895

LOCAL mm A LA MODE A Savor; Dish of Pottage Made Up of Current Event in Yikimi. PERSOIAL PARAGRAPHS OF ALL KINDS That Itu.t Mrpnrlrr. I tj« I >rr > Kb. «oav«r !• Satlafr the Paklle Ap petite far Newa la liidmrr4 Hi TktM I olun H. K. Owens wm » Seattle visitor tliia wtek. Mr*. I. A. Nadetu, of Heattle, it in the city the guest of Mm. H. K. Owens. Mr. and Mn. M. P. Zindorf and Mill lender left on Tuesday for Seattle to re main. Mias Maud Lindsey returned on Sun day from a month* visit with relatives in Cle-Elum. (i. C. Teal, of Moscow, Idaho, arrive.! in the city on Saturday ttd spent a couple of days with bis b.other^llenry. Miss Power, of Ellensburg, arrived here on Thursday last, and accompanied J. It, Banks to Fort Simcoe for a visit with his family. Frank Spain will return next week from Oiiicago, where be went three weeks since to attend the snpreme lodge A. O. V. W. session. Miss Marie Haas, of Spokane, arrived in the city thin morning for a visit of two or three months w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 20 June 1895

AMONG OCR NEIGHBORS Ins and Comment Prom Adjoining Connties and the Slate it Urge. THE BOT FACED SHEEP OF WALLULA A *•*■•! (• t*« Mnliiti Trial— Tkl Slai* Creek mialaa; BafeU ■ v.«»< rrt>»n>la and l"«r» --»•—■»■ •! I •<■•! Imrrrtl. Over fifty-two thousand bead of Oregon sheep are now finding pasturage j n Klieki tat county. Prof. Raamoa is now working the good people of The Dalles, with hi* repertoire o( choice dramatic chestnuts. He will visit Goldendale next. Chaa. Batler is driving 6,001) bead ol abeep, purchased in Crook county, Ogn., to Yakima, for shipment via the Northern Pacific to Port Townsend. It is reported that the EUensburg Reg- Utrr bat been purchased by a company and that Fred Fraxier and John Arm atroag will have editorial charge and nanageuent. A achool ma'am near Walla Walla has introduced a new feature. When one of the girla mias a word the boy who spells it gets permission to kiss her. As a remit the girla are very poor spellers and the boys are impr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 27 June 1895

VOL. VII. PROFKSSIOXAL CARDS. •pACOMA WOMAN'S HOSPITAL, 131 end VU S Yaklma aye For term, ate., ad lien tb« matron. 11 In II Ellti. J A. TAGGABD, BROKER. State, Cl't and Coantjr Warrantu boafht and other pap«ri haudled. OBce, Yaklraa aveuna. J^EAVIS k ENGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Room! I and 8, Second Ouor, Kimt National Bank tmlldiuf. g C. HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Pr.vt.cef in Federal »nd all sute Covrts. Ottce over Yak I ma National Bank. H. HARE, DENTIST. Offlre orer Poitoffiee. VaJtlma artutie, North Yaklma. TT J. BNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. *W"' ifflrc over Yaklma National Bank, North raklma. Will practice In all th« courtsof the state and I". 8. land offices. w. l. jomis. l.l.nmi, JONES A NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT I^AW. Over First Natloual Bank, North Yaklina.Wni.li QEO. C. MILLB, C. E., COUNTY SURVEYOR. Mem. Boc. Irrigation KnKineera. U. B. Deputy iiniv«yi>r. Office In larger Cadncll building, over Coffin Bros.' store. p FRANK, M. 1., PHYSiCIAN & SURGEON. Late Surfeou Washing...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 27 June 1895

THE YAKIMA HERALD. K. M. RKF.Ii. EDITOR AND MAHAOER. rabllihcd eTery Thnnidajr; nbKrlption $2.00 per jt*t In ad vane*. Advertising rate! upon application. THVRBDAY, JVSE n, 1896. A COMMOS FALLACY. The gold men east are putting forth all their strength to crush the silver move ment. They are beginning to realize something of the grip it has upon the people. The Cleveland convention was an eye opener to the Republicans. The controllable press is being worked for all it is worth, and no absurdity is so glaring that an attempt will not be made to im pose it upon the people, if it makes for the gold argument. One of the stock arguments of the P.-I. is that free coinage would inevitably drive us to a silver basis by banishing our gold, and that a silver basis would be the ruin of us. There are two assertions here, both of them assumptions. The first has been repeatedly denied. The second is disproved by the experience of countries that are on a silver basis. These countries, "aided by the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 27 June 1895

LOCAL NEWS i LA MODE A Savor; Dish or Pottage lade Dp of Current Event lo Yiklna. PBRSOIAL PARAGRAPHS OF ALL KINDS Thai ilu«r K»p»r lrr> V— lirri Kti. *' - »»r la BatUl T the Kubll. 4 P . •MM* far Ntwi Is liidnnri By Tkm « •lurau.. Born, on Monday Morning, Jane 24, to Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Daily, of thiacity, a son. Major t. R. Read left on Monday to spend a few days with his wife at Port land. R. A. Hum* waa in the city on Wed nesday on business before the local land office. H. E. Dean, of the Dean Lumber com pany, Hot Springs, ia in the city on busi ness this week. Mim Maud Stone leaves to-day for Puyallup, Tacoma and Marion, to spend the Bummer with relatives. Mra. Q. J. Hill and child leave on Monday next for Clataop beach to spend the summer with relatives. Will (iravea, the well known Ellene burg attorney, waa a visitor in tbe city on Tuesday and Wednesday. Thomas C. Uriffltts, the well known Spokane criminal lawyer, was a visitor in the city on Tuesday and Wednesday. I'liil D...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 27 June 1895

AMONG OUR NEIGHBORS Hews and CommiDt From Adjoining Counties and the State at Urge. i wide blows gp with dtimite A IhimM i.>llrn<>lr Cltlsaa linaiu *wlr Hr H»ty D«m«f <•• far Illicit l.»»» Rr»»n •! the Hlrhnr.. •( tk« < nrrrnt «!»«• W. B. Ready haa disposed of hit saloon business at Irs* Landing, on the Colum bia, to Josh Clary. The n.arriaire of Kmily Allen, of Pros ser, to Charles D. Morgan, son of Jock Morgan, waa celebrated at Mabton on Monday. Mr. Garrett d'Ablaing and Mist Maude Painter, both of whom are welt known residents of KUeasburg and prominent In the socieey of tbat place, were married in Walta Walla on the 18th inst. The recent frost recalls to the mind of an old Kllckitat farmer that on toe 15th of June 1869, 36 year* ago, there was a frost of the most severe character and ice formed as thick as an ordinary window glass. According to this vear'a newspaper directory there are 225 papers and period icals published in this state, of which 181 are weeklies...

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