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

VOL. VII. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. >J<ACOMA WOMAN'S HOSPITAL, 121 and via N. V_.li Una axa. For term*, etc., ad 4km tbe matron, Miss H. Ellis. J A. TAUUAKD, BROKER. State, City and < .muty Warrant* bn«(bt and other paper, handled. Offlce, Yakima avenue. J^EAVIS A ENGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Room. 7 and «, Second floor, First National Bank building. g C HEKTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practice. In Federal and all state Court*. Offlce over Yakima National Bank. W H. HARE, DENTIST. Office over Postoffice. Yakima avenue, North Yakima. TI J. BNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. JfiUffl over Yakima National Bank, North Yakima. Will practice ln all the court* of the State and !'. 8. land offlce*. W.L. JOWIS. J. M. NEWMAN. TONES A NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over Flrat National Bank, North Yakima, Wash QEO. C. MILLB, C. E., COUNTY SURVEYOR. Mem. Hoc. Irrigation Knout-em. U. B. Deputy Surveyor. Offlce In larger Cadwell building, over Coffin Bro*.' atore. p FRANK, M. D., PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. Late Surgeo...

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. — 4 July 1895

IHE YAKIMA HERALD. E. M. RKKI). EDITOR AND MASMIKR. Pabllsbed every Thursday: suhscrljitlon I'-SO per year In advance. Advertising rate* noon application. Till I.S DAY. JULY 4- '■ The Hekai.o is !hia week forced to disappoint not slone itself but its tnanv patrons, in failing to present tbe novelty issue contemplated, and liecause of the unusually small amount of news this number contains. Our apology for the first arises in the fact that the special pa per ordered did not arrive until abso lutely too late to 1* made use' of, forcing us to be satisfied with the ordinary stock. For the second most flagrant departure from the ordinary—for such it is, The Herald never before having failed ,to contain more new Una ail other papers of Yakima combined—sickness must be urged as palliation ol the offense. No less than three of the working lores, in cluding the newsgathcrers, have been ill for several days and only worked at all under protest. The Herald believes its friends and readerß will...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 4 July 1895

LOCAL NEWS A LA MODE A Savory Dlsb of Pottage Made Up of Current Event In Yakima. PERSOHAL PARAGRAPHS OF ALL KINDS That Ban Keparters Va* Every in. S»at*r la s_ii.lt the Public Ap petite far New* la I ildrniid II > Theae Calanaas. Mr. A. B. Wyckoff is a Seattle visitor this week. Moore A Moore hsve placed an order for a tandem bicycle. Born, Thursday, June 27, to the wife of Albert Hall, a son. Mrs. O. M. Graves left yesterdsy for Tacoma to spend the Fourth. H. K. Owens left for Seattle Monday on a business trip, returning the next day. W. J. Reed arrived in the city from C le- Xl tun on Tuesday to spend tbe Fourth. Mrs. George Courter left on Monday for Mt. Vernon, Wash., to spend the summer months witb relatives. Miaa Kitty Cole, a sister of Mrs. Wayne Field, arrived in Yakima Tues dsy night for a visit until after the cele bration. Engle Steinweg returned on Monday from Pnllman, where he has been at tending the agricultural college, for the summer vacation. Lynde Palmer, of th...

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

AMONG OOR NEIGHBORS Hews aod Comment From Adjoining Counties and toe State at Large. RICH STRIKES IN IDAHO MIRES nstilii_t.ni Work Nltlpprd .:»»! J. K. irdrolsloti Surd for SILOOU. ii.mii.. mi; Hiii.K In tbe Horse Real '„ t iiinilr) J. K. Kdmistnn is being sued in .Seat tle for $11,1*00 on a land deal. A nine-foot eight inrb sturgeon was caught in a lisb wheel at The Dalles last week. C. O. Downing, ex-county clerk of Spokane county, who has lieen on trial charged with embezzling county funds, has been acquitted. Jessie Callahan, a cigar dealer of Star buck, was shot and mortally wounded by Peter Butler on Friday. The shot struck Callahan on tbe left collar lione, and ranging downward passed near the heart. A farmer named John Russell, living near Arlington, committed suicide on Friday morning. He was found suspend ed by the neck from a tree. Tbe cause for the act is unknown. He was a bach elor, about -Ii years of age. By the explosion of a bottle last Satur day Feed l.ooniis, emplo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 11 July 1895

VOL. VII. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. rpACOMA WOMAN'S HOSPITAL, 1.1 and va N. Yakima are. For term*, etc., a.I drew tbe matron. - la* H. Ellis. J A. TAGGARD, BROKER. aula. City and Coantj Warrant* bought and other paper* handled. Ofltoe, Yakima arena*. JJEAVIS <V ENGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Room* 7 and 8, Second floor. First National bank liulldlns g C. HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practice* in Federal and all State Coarta. OSes orar Yakima National Bank. y\[ H. HARE, DENTIST. Odea orar I'otlorhce, Yakima avenue, Nortb Yakima. XT J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. gm-nm.-r over Yakima National Bank, North Taklma. Will practice In all tha courts ol tbe state and U. S. land ofiicea. W. L. JONS*. J. M. aaWHAN. TONUS A NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over Firat National Bank, North Yakima. Wa*h QEO. C. MILLS, C. E., COUNTY SURVEYOR. Mem. Hoc. Irrigation Engineer*. U. 8. Deputy Snnraror. Office in larger da-well building, over Coffin Bro*.' *tore. p FRANK, M. 1» . PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. I.ate Surgeon Waah...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 11 July 1895

ME YAKIMA HERALD. K. M. RKKI). KM IHR ASH MASAUKR. Pabllahed ever- Tliuraday* MfeMttfttaa 1-00 per year In advance. Arliertlsfiut r-'e* upon application. Till KS DAY, .111 V 11. SUCCESS JS ASSURED. The Yakinia fair ia going bravely on. The commissioners are saying little but sawing much wood. They say the fair is going to be a big success and instead of a lack of volunteered help, there is going to be a surplus. The agricultural anil fruit exhihita promise to put those of previous years deep in the shade. The farmers know that the commission has determined that handsome cash pre miums for the finest exhibits of farm pro duce shall be offered. The horse racing ia to take care of iUelf iti the matter of prizea till the agricultural interests of the county have received proper recognition. The satisfaction among the farmers is great, and is going to give the commis sioners a splendid return. This is aa it ahould be. The grain, hops and fruit are looking splendidly this year, and we bav...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 11 July 1895

LOCAL NEW. A LA 10DE A Savorj DM of Pottage lade Up of Current Event In Yakinia. PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS OF ALL KINDS Ihal llu.v lleponer. I .c l.ifrl Era* Irsisr !• Ssll.tr Ik* I'liHlr %► --petite far News Is i:«iariireS H» Th*t* i"-liiiusaa. H. J. Kilgmir snd family, of Fort Sim coe, sre guests of the Yakima. Walter Heed and niece, Miss Louise Steiner, returned to Cle-Klum on Tues day. Representative W. il. Ham, of Caatle Kock, Cowlitz county, waa a gnest of the Hotel Yakima for a conple of daya thla week. Theodore Steiner hss been spending a number of days of ths past week in tbe city closing out hia intereat in tbe lease and furniture of tbs Hotel Atherton. W. H. James, of the Prosser American, left on Mondsy evening on a business trip to Minnespolis, St. Paul snd Cbicsgo. He expects to be absent six weeks or two months. The firat of the early peaches in tbe Parker Bottom district were ready for picking on Baturday and Messrs. Hal stesd, Thompson snd Flint hsve already commenced shi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 11 July 1895

AMONG OUR NEIGHBORS Hews and Comment From Adjoining Counties and tbe State at Large. STATE GRAIN COMMISSION APPOINTED Popullel* Tried and found ll mil. ma In Lincoln (mini) In Olym pla mew tlmiinii Wants tne Irnn <-fitna- I irr a'lend ta i>«- Hanged. The total city tax sseessment of Oold endale is only $H,78".i50, Grasshoppers are swarming by the millions into some sections of Klickitat county and threaten to eat up everything green. The board of directors of the state peni tentiary at Walla Walla have ordered the reduction of the price of grain sacks from 5' 4 cents to 5 cents. Henry Kelling, for yeara city clerk of Walla Walla, a democrat and one of tbe beat known young men of that section, died on the 7th inst. of consumption. An effort is being made to organize a state rod and gun club to aid the local clubs in the protection of fish and game and to hold two or three big tournaments annually. The (ietiil, Myers, who set fire to s hotel in Asotin March 19, 1".!.;!, to put a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 18 July 1895

VOL. VII. PROFESBIOSAL CAADB. YAKIMA GOLD CURE INSTITUTE. (latablUbed for tb* cure of tbe drtak il !****•> ufflce aod Institute, cor. W. Walual aud Selah st*. Onr propositionr No car*, bo t>«y. in vesttgate. DR. W. W. Mrt'ORMK'K. D. ■. SMITH, Manaser. Pbyslclan In charge " WOMAN'S HOSPITAL, 121 and 12S N. Yakima aye. For t«rm*, etc., ad dreas tbt matron. Ml** H. Kill*. J^ A. TAQGARD, BROKER. Stat*. City and Coanty Warrant* bought and other papers handled. OSli-e, Yakima avenue UK A V is & ENQLEUART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Room* 7 and „ Bet-nod floor, First National Bank balldlng. g C. HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practices in Federal and all State Courts. oißce over Yakima National Bank. "Yy, H. HARE, DENTIST. Ofllc* over Postoffice. Yakima avenue, North Yakima. TJ J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. gm-Dtlice. over Yakima National Bank, North Yakima. Will practice in all tha court* of tbe State and U. 8. land offices. W. L. JOBS*. J. M. NKWMIN. JONES A NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Ovtr Firs...

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

THE YAKIMA HERALD. I. U. BIKD. EDITOR AND MANAOKR. FablUhed every Thursday; SHbarrlptton l-.00 pat rear Io advance. Advertlsiiiu rate* apon application. THVXBDAY, JULY IS, IS9S. THE HARYEY-HORR DEBATE. Ex-Congressman Horr, of Michigan, aad W. H. Harvey, tbe author of "Coin's Financial School," began '■'*'' ton-day debate in Chicago on Tuesday. Tbe referees of this long-tobe-remember- ad discussion are Lyman J. Cage and Howard S. Taylor, of Chicago, while the judges are Ex-Solicitor General of the United States Charles H. Aldrich snd Hon. Henry Miilsr. Mr. Horr's opening statement was brief, including a stste ment that he was not an opponent of bimetallism. He stated thst the real aim and object of "Coin" was to convince the people of the United Ststee that tbis government alone should at once enter npon the free and unlimited coinage of sil vsr npon tne old ratio of 16 to 1. Mr. Horr said he should dispute tbe wisdom of snch a coarse, snd would prove tbst, If each plan ware adopted ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 18 July 1895

LOCAL NEWS A LA MODE A Savor; Dish of Pottage lade Up oi Current Event li Yakima. PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS OF ALL KINDS Thai Una* lleporlrra I .- l.ui| I II - Heaver te Bailiff the Puhllc »p --pellle far Newa la I « t0,,,,, _ Hy TktM < olilnin.. I'eter Belles was a I'uyallup visitor last week. Judge (iraves returned to Ellensburg yeeterdsy. W. H. Cline, of Sunnysids, is visiting friends in Tacoma. W. N. ti ranger and J. B. Keavis were Seattle visitors Isst week. Mrs. T. F. Msher left yesterdsy for a visit with her dsughter, Mrs. O. M. Lati mer, in Klleneburg. I. W. Dudley, of Kennewick, was in the city on business connected with the Y. I. & I. company en Tuesday. Members of the Presbyterian church Sunday school enjoyed s picnic in the grove st the stste fsir grounds yesterdsy. C. 1.. Moulton, of Tacoma, an attor ney of the Northern Pacific, was in the city yesterday on business before the lo csl lsnd offlce. Col. W. F. Prosser snd fsmily con template leaving early in the coming we...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 18 July 1895

rt.SpiiaUTS Rallrs-SIHf. What the co-operative idea, exploited by many laboring men, amounts to, will coon be tanned by Ihe world of transpor tation, far the mtagmtttt San Diego, Pacific * Eastern the idea is being pnt to a fair aad. tor thia generation at least, a George W. Vromea, a loooasotive en gineer and tbe preaident of this interest lag lima, haa furnished ror publication a prospectus of the "railroad for railroad mas," which contains detailed informa tion regarding capitalisation, issuance oi ■teak, consrrtictroD, operation and general eflect oo tranecontinental railroading. Only the principles of tbe scheme are in teresting et tbia time, and these are about what might be expected. No pay meats are to be made until at least 100, --000 shares bave been subscribed, and when the stock subscriptions bave reach ed that number the subscribers shall elect- m new board of directors through tbe different brotherhoods. The scheme and ita justification are beet learned from the- follo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 25 July 1895

VOL. VII. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. YAKIMA GOLD CURE INSTITUTE. (Katabllabed for the • nre ol the drink illacas*. Offlce and Inatltuta. cor. W. Walnut aud Selal ata. our proposition: tto cure, no par. In ventilate. DH. W. W. M run k I). K. SMITH, Manager. Phyatelan ln charge ■pACOMA WOMAN'S HOSPITAL, 121 and 123 N. Yakima are. For terms, etc., ad dreaa tbe natron, Mist H. Ellis. J A. TAGGARD, BROKER. Stats, City and County Warranta bought au<' other papers bandied. Offlce, Yakima avenue JJEAVIS A ENGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Kooma 7 and g, Second Boor, First National Bank building. g C. HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practices In Federal and all State Courta. Offlce over Yakima National Bank. H. HARE, DENTIST. aortic* over Poitoflice. Yakima avenue, Nortb Yakima. JJ J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. gm-t >m.r over Yakima National Bank, North Taklma. Will practice ln all th* courts of the state and U. 8. land offlce.. w. i.joi«_s. j.a.mwam. JONES A NEWMAN. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First National ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 25 July 1895

THE YAKIMA HERALD. E. M. SEED. EDITOR AND MANAGER. Fabllihed every Tbnraday; aabacrlptlon 12.00 per year In advance. Advertising rale. npain application. THURBDAY. JULY SS, 1896. LIVING TRUTHS RE VIE WE IK Too msny so-called bimetal lists are throwing off tbe mask and showing themselves ss they really are—gold mooo metsllists. "If ws can't have interna tional bimetallism." say tbey, "then ws prefer gold monometallism." Of such sre the P. /. snd kindred worshippers of the loaves and fishes of party power. They say in effect, "if the gold countries will not do whst is sensible snd right, we must continue to do whst is foolish and wrong." We who have the com mercial and induatrial energy of England, France and Germany combined—we wbo have added to our wealth in thirty years more than the entire wealth of England —we wbo furnish within ourselves the market for 964' P**r cent- "' ""r own productions! It is well, in these wesk-kneed days, to keep be fore our minds tome of the bssic ar tic...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 25 July 1895

TERSS TALES OF A WEEK "Tbe Herald" Searchlight Thrown Over City and County. PER PICTURES OP YAKIMA LIFE srniirriplili Mil. at «.0..1p, 1„. let » l*CW*. rrr.snal.aa-l Hit ppenlnga leathered tbom >nnh Yakinia ■snd Her I in Ironing Valleys. Dr. W. H. Hsre spent Sunday at Fort aimcoe, the guest of J. L Banks. United States postsl inspector W. A. Robinson was a Yakima visitor on Tues dsy. C. L. (isno and family left Tuesdsy to establish a camp at Hanging Rock, on the Natcheez. J. B. and Id. Fogarty of Kllensburg, have been spending severs! days in the city this week. Frsnk Nagler, Kd Merwin and John Foster stsrted Wednesdsy for a prospect ing trip to Uold Hill aod Mount Tacoma. Frank Horsley, A. B. Weed, Fred Klein and Ralph K. Nichols left Isst week via Soda Springs for the Tietsn basin, to be gone two weeks. Yskimacsntsloupes will be ripe snd|in condition for the market next week. The acreage is considerably larger than it wss last year, as the fruit always finds resdy ssle at good ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 25 July 1895

Tke » skims I air. Seattle Pott-Intelligencer: The last legislator* appropriated $10,000 for the support of tbs stste fair during the en snlng two years. As an exhibits build ing haa to be erected and various otber improvements msde on tbe fsir grounds, tbe commissioners wisely determined tbat but ons stste fsir oould be held with tbe amount sppropristed, and according ly decided to omit the fair tbis year. But tbe patriotic citixens of Yskims county will not allow an interregnum to occur, and a fair will be held, beginning October 7, 1895. A mass meeting wss railed June 29 and an executive commit tee elected embracing some of tbe lead ing citisens of Nortb Yakima and promi nent ranchers of the county. Tbe date of tbe fair is just at tbe conclusion of the hop picking season, and the hop jubilee will take placs in cosnectioc with it. Seversl thousand Indians from Idaho, Oregon and Washington will hold a bar becue and carnival, and there will be pony and foot races each day of the fai...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 1 August 1895

VOL. VII. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. YAKIMA GOLD CURE INSTITUTE. (established lor tbe cure ol tbe drink disease.) office and Institute, cor. W. Waluat aud Selah •ts Onr nrainaisitliiii No cur*, no aa*. In* vettlnte. DR. W. w lfc-TORWCIC. D. B. SMITH, Meiiafrr. Physician In flbame. 'PACOMA WOMAN'S HOSPITAL, 1.1 aad 123 N Yakliaaave. For terms, etc., sal dress tbe matron, Miaa H. Kills. T A. TAQGAKD, BROKER. State, City and Coauty Warranta bought and otber paper* bandied, offlce, Yakima avenue. UEAVIB A ENGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Room* 7 and f. Second loor, Flrat National ■auk balldlnc g C HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW- Fraction In Federal aud all State Conrta. OBce over Yakima National Bank. W H. HABE, DENTIST. Office over PoiteSce. Yakima avenue, Nortb Yakima. IT J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. gm-t im.-e over Yakima National Bank, Nortb Taklma. Will practice in all tbe court* ol tbe Mate and U. S. land offices. W. L. JOKSS. J. If. NEWMAN. JONES A NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First National Ban...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 1 August 1895

THE YAKIMA HERALD. t. M. RKKD. SUITOR AMi MAKAOKB. Pnbllshed every Thursday; snbsc-lptl.aii l-'.OU per year In advance. Ailvertiaiuir rates upon application. THURSD.timtU'irsT l. li OUR SILVER SURROr.XIHSdS. Ex-Governor Miles C. Moore, though s wealthy man, is a patriot, with along head, and the courage of his convictions. He has been a consistent and outs|ioken advocate of the free coinage of gold and silver. We noticed last week an inter view with Governor Moore published in the .Spokane Spote/man-l!ei inc. It is refreshing to reed the terse, clear-cut, acute siting up of the situation, which he gives us. He says, "The money power in the east openly demands gold mono metallism. There is no bimetallic senti ment, international or otherwise. This forces the battle of tbe standards—it must be either silver or gold. There is no mlmrnm ground." The east is the creditor division of this country, and it is repeat ing the mistske that England, the cred itor of the nations, made. England i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 1 August 1895

AREPORTER'SNUTBBOOK Entertaining Bits of Information Which Were Found Witbin. PER PICTURES OF YAKIMA LIFE All Marts af Paragraph, i.niii.r.d lntaelV.elrapall.al Central Walk i.iKion Mint ir..in iiir ureal and fertile ( n kurr.nnSlai Ita Born, at Zillah, July 29, to Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Walters, a daughter. Mrs. Mary K. F'letcher and grandson, Marvin Thornton, left ou Wednesday, by wagon, for a visit of several weeks with relatives at Tacoma. Mr. 1' J. Flint has shipped this season 4000 boxes of esrly peaches. He ex pects to market 0000 boxes of Crawfords during August snd September. A. D. Kulin, one of tbe leading hop growers snd farmers of the Ahtanum, was in the city Monday for the first time after several weeks' confinement from in flammatory rheumatism. Deputy Marshal Sam Vinson wss here from Spokane on Snndav, having been called over owing to a tight being made upon lii tn before the department of jus tice on account of local indebtedness. Anthony Stevenson, Washington, D. C, is ...

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

AUDITOR HALL'S REPORT [Continued from First Page.] cast) its. County fnnd t 1,581 51 State general fund 1,753 64 •State military fund IIH 31 State intereat bond fund. 29 60 Road and bridge fond 4,799 32 Road property fund 801 HI Soldiers' and sailors' relief f'nd 54 15 Btate fair fund IM 11 Special bond fund 85 00 Road poll tax fund 10 20 Penalty fund 20 71 County bond interest fund . _.:•• 21 Certificate of state indebtedn's. 187 40 City of North Yakima 59 60 Oeneral school fnnd 2,204 90 Special school districts 10,25(1 93 Rosd districts 797 71 Total $23,391 13 Nori:—lt seems necessary to atate that the apparent increase in the indebt edness of Yakima county at this time Is due principally to the effect that tbe law passed by tbe laat legislature allowing paymsnt of one-half of the taxea of 1894 to be deferred until December Ist with out becoming delinquent. The amount of aaid tax collected (not including city taxes) np to Joly 1, 1.495 was, only $37. ---417.14, while the amount of...

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