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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 20 April 1893

JOUN SACNDEHS' HIATUS By DAVID A. OUBTDI a. lai. after a abort call, and we aaw no mor* at him nntil October thirty, whim he called again and rather abruptly told aa that ne had decided to invest his money in certain western enterprise*, and therefore wished to realize on his bonds at once. In the natural course of •vant* cither Mr. Witherwax or myself, or both of us, wonld have asked him some question* about hi* proposed in vestment and would very probably have advised him in the matter, be being a young man with no bnsiness training, as we believed; but, as it happened, the re mark at which he took offense at bis first call had been a friendly offer of advice and assistance to him in case lie wished to make any bnsiness invest ments. Aa he had replied to that in a most unpleasant way neither Mr. Wither- wax nor myself cared to volunteer ad vice, and I replied aa curtly aa he had spoken, telling him that hia bonds were fit his disposal. I thereupon brought them myself from the inne...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 27 April 1893

VOL. V. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. JOHN A. BROWN, Attorney at Law. Has eat.bliahed a law office In the Kshelman balldiu.. Will practice in all the cotirta of the atat*. SAMUEL STOBROW, OIVIIj HUMOHST-BUIR., U. 8. DEPUTY MINERALSURVEYOR. Offle* with Fred It. Reed* Co., Dudley Block. H.J.SNIVELY, Attorney at Law. aj^^omce over Yakima Mational Bank, North Yakima. Mill practice in ail tb* i-ourta of tbe Bute *nd U. H. lau'l office*. 1. B. BBiVU. I B. B. MILBOT. REAVIS A MILROY. Attorneys at Law. gaT'V'ltt practice In all Court, of tbe State. IpMlal attention giveu to all I' 8. laud office bualneas. North Yakima, Wa*h. ' inauMi wiinsns. rBBor.BBSB WHITSON A PABKEB, Attorneys at Law. _r*_r-Offlce In Flnt Natloual Bank HiilJ«lin„. 8. O. MORFOBD, Attorney at Law. Fractlcea in all Court* iv the State Especial attention to Collection*. Office up atalra. Yak ima National Bank Building. T. M. VANCE, ATTORNBY - AT - L_A"W. Office over First National Bank. Special at tention given to Land OfHce business...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 27 April 1893

VOL. V. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. JOHN A. BROWN, Attorney at Law. Ha* etubliahe.l a law nfltee in the Kahelman bnildluic Will practice In all the court* of th* •UK. SAMUEL STORROW, OIVIJ_ -BNOINIEHII*!., U.S. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR. Offlc* with Fred R. Reed* Co , Dudley Rlork. H. J. BNIVELY, Attorney at Law. 4__r*-ofllc* over Yakima National Bank, North Y*klui» Will practice In all th* i-uurtaof the stale anil V. s laud office*. I. B. BBAVI*. I B. B MILBOT. REAVIS A MILROY. Attorneys at Law. £*_r-w ill practice in all Courts of the State. Special attention given to all D, 8. laud office buainea*. North Yakima, Wash. i.w-RD whitbon. mm ran.r.a WHITSON A PARKER, Attorneys at Law. g*_r-Offlce In First National Bank Building. S. O. MORFORD, Attorney at Law. Practice* in all Court* iv the State. Eapcrial attention to Colleetioua. Office up atalr*. Yak ima National Bank Building. T. M. VANCE, ATTORNEY - _fi_T - I_._VW. Office over First National Rank. Special at tention given to land Office bu...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 27 April 1893

THE YAKIMA HERALD. fSSI-ED EVEHY Tlllßinil. $2.00 PER ANNUM. IN ADVANCE. A-Tft-lisiig lain .'pen Appli-atMi. E. M. Rbcd, Editor and Business Manager REORGANIZATION. Re-organize' Why? Take a general law when we hare a special one of our own? Adopt a general charter that is supposed to be sufficiently elastic to ap ply to citiee in any and all parts of the state, when we have a charter tbat was made by' ourselves, for ourselves, and adopted to our peculiar necessities and conditions? Is the old charter worn out so soon that the "Latter Day Saints" demand "recognition?" I*l, us see how the old charter was prepared. All the citizens of North Yakima who have been here long enough to get their feet rested, will remember the days of the "Provisional government" of the "New Town;" when we had a committee, ap pointed by the citizens in mass meeting, to look after the government of the town, and to take up subscriptions to pay for tbe same; when in mass meeting tbe citizens appointed the atto...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 27 April 1893

THE YAKIMA HERALD. Thursday aikii. rr, lm-.i Oicial Paper of Nortb Yatima. HERALDINGS. J. R. Patton returned from Tacoma Monday night. E.P.Taylor, a resilient of Yakima county, is a candidate for the registcrship of tbe U. S. land office. W. A. Hastings, dentist, of Puyallup, bas secured rooms in tbe F. R. Reed building and will open an office herein the near future. B. N. Coe, who recently returned from Baltimore, was one of the fortunates who witnessed the inauguration of Cleveland and Stevenson. Hon. R. K. Nichols announced, on Saturday last, that the peach trees in his yard were in full bloom. Mr. Nichols ex pects a good crop. A. J. Chambers has removed his stock of goods and the post office to bis new store building near the Ahtanum Con .gregational church. Martin Malony, candidate for the posi tion of U. 8. marshal, passed through Yakima, Tuesday, en route for Washing ton to forward his claims. Mrs. Anna Baker will lecture for the benefit of the Spiritual society, at the so ci...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 27 April 1893

JOHNSAUNDERS'HIATUS By DAVID A. CUETIS. "We will talk business after dinner," aaid Mr. Fairlegh, and accordingly the two gentlemen were presently enter* tamed at table by the motherless girl, who had found time to go into society and study law at the same time that she presided over her father's household. All through the dinner Mr. Fairlegh could see that his daughter's keen scru tiny of their guest continued, but sup posing that she was studying the client rather than the man he was in nowise surprised. After the dessert he passed his guest a cigar ami said: "My daughter ia indul gent enough to sit with me while 1 smoke, so she will certainly not object to our enjoying cigars while we discuss your case. More than that, she is now a silent partner in my law firm, and if you like will join in our consultation." Saunders looked astonished, but said promptly: "1 can certainly be only pleased to be advised by two good coun selors instead of one. Has Miss Fair legh, then, read my story?...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 4 May 1893

VOL. V. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. g AMUEL'StORROW, CIVIL ENGINEER, U. 6. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR. Office with Fred If. Reed A Co., Dudley Block. JJ^ J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. JHs***Offlre over Yakima National Bank, North Yakima. Will practice in all to* courts of the State and U. 8. land offices. KEAVIS A MILROY, I* ■• ««*vts. |a. a. kilruT. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. «ss»-W]ll practice in all Courts of the State. special attention 11160 to all U. 8. laud office business. North Yakima, Wash. TXTHITSON A PARKER |«dwd whitson TV train rasam ATTORNEYS AT LAW. JOP-Offlce in First National Bank Banding, g O. MORFORD, ' ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practices in all Courts in the State. Especial attention to Collections, office up stairs. Yak- Ima National Bauk Building. r2\ M. VANCE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office over First National Bank. Special at tention given to Land Office business. g^ C. HENTON, JUSTICE OK THE PEACE. NOTARY PUBLIC, U. S. COMMISSIONER. Special attention given collections and Notary work. Office o...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 4 May 1893

any * e^^^^^^^^^M^AW**mw^P^^*^ML2 inon i.vKHi i in K«r>* i. 12.00 PER ANSTJM. 15 ADVANCE. Ufrrtisiis lain I »•• Application. E. M. Reed, Editor and Business Manager REORQANIZATIOX IS DISOROAS IZATIOX. Three city elections In a year! is what reorganization means. The coming elec tion on tbe Bth Inst., if reorganization carries a special election mnst be held within six weeks thereafter to elect a mayor and councilmen under the reorgan ized government; then in December the regular general city election must be held. Elections are expensive; is reorganiza tion worth all the expense? Will it give us a better form of government? No! The form of government is just the same that we now have. We made and ad opted our present charter. Shall we cast it aside for one made by some one totally ignorantof our conditions and necessities? Citizens should not be misled by the wild statements of the youthful backers of reorganization. They do not regard truth or sense necessary in their talk for t...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 4 May 1893

THE JAMA HERALD. fHUKSDAY 4. IMS Official Paper of North Yatima. HERALDINGS. The trout season opened on Monday, May 1. William Ker left for Tacoma on Wed nesday, and may extend his trip to Port land. Dr. W. U Coe left this morning for Tacoma to attend the session of the State Medical Association. Louis I.at'hmond arrived Monday from Puyallup and Is looking after Horst Bros.' interests here. Vote against reorganization next Mon day. It has not a single feature to re commend its adoption. Mrs. A. W. Engle is expected over from Seattle in a few days and will be the guest of Mrs. W. L. Steinweg. A. C. Campbell is again here from Puyallup overseeing the work now rapid ly progressing on his big hop ranch under the Selah ditch. A musical will be given at the resi dence of Mr. and Mrs. Cary, Friday even ing, May 12th, for the benefit of the Christian church organ fund. Officer Yeates and constable Stark made a raid on Sam Wall's wash house, Wed nesday night, and arrested six celestials on t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 4 May 1893

JOHNSAIINLMHTTIS By DAVID A. OUBTI& CHAPTER V. THB INSPECTOR'S STATEMENT. I had always been interested in Mr. John Saunders from the time that 1 first met him aa a reporter of The Item, be cause I then had reason to believe that ba was trying to reform. I watched him closely for a year or two and took palna to Inform myself thoroughly of his hab its of living, when suddenly 1 changed my mind about him and concluded that he was leading a double life. I knew him, or thought 1 did, as a conscientious reporter, a gentleman of excellent attainments and irreproach able habits, and I also knew him as a gambler and adventurer, against whom no criminal charge had ever been brought, but whose associates were cer tainly less than questionable—a man whose frequent and prolonged absence from the city was generally accounted for on the supposition that he was one of the gamblers who make a business of traveling across the Atlantic and fleec ing their fellow travelers on the ocean steamships a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 11 May 1893

VOL. V. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. gAMUEL 6TORROW, CIVIL ENGINEER, U.S. DEPUTY MINERALSURVEYOR. Office wltb Fred K. Reed A Co., Dudley Block. JJ^ J. BNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. jfW»Orflce over Yakima National Rank, North Yakima. Will practice In all tbe rourtsol tbe State aad U. 8. land offices. REAVIS A milroy, ,; ; g*gf ATTORNEYS AT LAW. «e~will practice In all Courts of the State. |3eUI attention given to all U. 8. laud office business. North Yakima, Wash. WHITSON A PARKER udwd whitsok irtkv n>kU ATTORNEYS AT LAW. KAyomct in First National Bank Building. g O. MORFORD, * ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practices In all Courts in the State. Especial attention to Collections. Office up stairs. Yak ima National Bank Building. *£ M. VANCE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office over First Natlnual Bank. Special at tentlon given to Land Office business. g^ C. HENTON, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. NOTARY PUBLIC, U. S. COMMISSIONER. Special attention given collections and Notar) work. Office over Yakima Natloual Bauk. g.WAGE a Mcc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 11 May 1893

THE YAKIMA HERALD. lltlKD KVKHV fill HSlltl IS.OO PKR ANNUM. IN ADVANCE. AJicrtiaiif latet l>i Appliratiso. E. M. Reed. Editor and Business Manager Thi new regents of the agricultural col lege are not well Impressed with Yakima stock. They have condemned the Hol steln ball Bellinger and the three-teated cow Nancy Lesb, and these high priced and pedigreed animals were sold for $30 •nd driven to the shambles. Several contests have been withdrawn and others have gone by default since The Herald called attention to tbe dis tinction between a contest to clear the record in a case of abandonment or neg lectful disregard of the laws governing homesteads and .other claims and the jumping of a fellow-citizens claim simply because possibly it may be wrested from him. Some suits for false swearing are contemplated as a wholesale rebuke to some contests which have been brought. The Republic was troubled last week about "some flagrant misstatements re garding reorganization" which Tax Her alo...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 11 May 1893

THE YAKIHA„ HERALD. THURSDAY MAY 11. IHVI Olcial Paper of Worth Yatima. HERALDINGS. Thomas I.untl, of Koslyn, was in the city Tuesday. I). E. Leah returned home Saturday from a flying trip tolowtand the World's Fair. Mrs. Charles Worth, of Kllensburgh, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Schanno, in this city. A. E. Run* left Tuesday for a three months visit with relatives at Delfleld, Wisconsin. E. It. Kelly at Mason's opera house on Saturday evening the 20th inst. Don't fail to see him. Dr. R. M. Savaice has sold his Wide Hollow farm to Sound parties and will remove to this city. W. D. Walker. M. Darting and W. J. Koaf left Monday to attend the grand lodge of Udd Fellows at Olympia. W. H. Chapman spent several days at Spokane this week in attendance on the State Pharmaceutical Association. The grounds purchased hy the city in Capital addition, for park purposes, are being plowed and otherwise improved. Louis Janeck and wife left for Madison , Wis., last week. They will visit Chicago and ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 11 May 1893

HOME DRESSMAKING. 80ME SUPPLEMENTARY POINTERS REGARDING EVENING COSTUMES. Derail rains and Court Trains -Tbe Mod eling of Waist Lining -Hiding H.1,1t.. Tfco Making of Children's Garments. Tna Jackal and Covert Coat. "Copyright, late, by American Preaa Associa tion.; NUMBER VI. Then ore n few more words to add with reference to evening dresses. If a train is desired, the fun r aide bread t lis and the back breadths are tapered down ao that the back breadths are IS' yards long. A demitrain la IV yards, though the train can be longer if desired. It la finished on the inside like any nice akirt and should have a balayeuse. A court train la made of two breadths of material lined with silk or satin, and plaited and fastened at the shoulders in tbe back, and then tacked to the aides of the skirt at the hips, and the rest left loose to fall over tbe other skirt. A few words more regarding the model tng of a waist lining. If the wearer is abort waiated and stout, an "impression" can be taken...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 18 May 1893

e^ The V akima Herald. '■ -^ VOL. V. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. gAMUEL BTORROW, CIVIL ENGINEER, U. 8. DEPUTY MINERALSURVEYOR. Office with Fred R. Reed A Co.. Dudley Block. JJ J. BNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. faV"Offlre over Yakima National Rank, North Yakima. Will practice in all the courts ol the SUM and U. H. laud offices. REAVIB 4 MILROY, *£g** ATTORNEYS AT LAW. «n»-\Mii practice Id all Courts of the State. Special attention given to all V. 8. land office business. North Yakima, Wash. WHITSON 4 PARKER l«o" whitsos jraco rsaar.a ATTORNEYS AT LAW. tam-OBlct in First National Rank Building. g O. MORFORD, ' ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practices In all Courts In the State. Especial attention to Collections. Office up stairs. Yak ima National Bank Biilldlni. rp M. VANCE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. omce over First National Bank. Bperlal at tentlon flveu to Laud Office business g C. HENTON, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. NOTARY PUBLIC, U. S. COMMISSIONER. Special attention given collections and Notary work. Office over Yakima N...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 18 May 1893

THE YAIiA HERALD. ,'., , , —aaaiasssasaaaaas^sa— hi ■■ I—an^—n ■ I■ ■ i i.i j 90m men BTstaVY THIBIDIT. $2.00 PER ANNUM. IN ADVANCE. IfartKh. .Utrs I (K.S IpttiotiM. E. M. Rbbd. Editor and Business Manager Tin supreme court of the United States has declared the Geary law constitutional and now the almond-eyed sons of the flowery kingdom will have to prove their right of residence and register or be deported. All. reports go to bring confirmation to the claim that nothing Is now ready In Chicago but tbe fellow who wants to tax you heavily for nothing. Ha is ready for business, but his avarice ia likely to delay those who were intending to visit the fair until popular demand, backed by fear of failure of the great show, will cause these greedy brigands to be content with a share of the world's wealth some what lees than its entirety. The intend ing visitor will find that he looses nothing by delay, for there is not a single build ing in the fsir grounds ready to-day, and it will take ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 18 May 1893

The Three Lions.) mal to Amah if you hit him anywhere in the body. A buck take* far more killing. "Well, I started, and the first thing 1 set to work to do was to try to make out whereabout* the brutes lay up for the flay. About three hundred yards from the wagon was the crest of a rise, cov ered with single mimosa trees, dotted about in a parklike fashion, and beyond this wa* a stretch of open plain, run ning down to a dry pan, or water bole, which covered about an acre of ground and was densely clothed with reeds, now in the sere and yellow leaf. From the farther edge of this pan the ground ■loped up again to a great cleft or nul lah, which bad been cut out by the ac- | tion of water and was pretty thickly ! sprinkled with bush, among which grew , some large trees, 1 forget of what sort. * "It at once struck me that the dry pan ' would be a likely place to And my friends in, a* there is nothing a lion is fonder of than lying up in reeds, through which ; he can ace things without b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 18 May 1893

THE THREE LIONS. By E RIDER HAGGARD. CHAPTER L "My tront, I did feel c/ticer." The story which is narrated in the fol lowing pages came to me from the lips of my old friend, Allan (jnatermain, or Hunter qnatennain, as we used to call him in South Africa. He told it to ma one evening when I was stopping with him at the place he bought in York shire. Shortly after that the death of hia only son so unsettled him that he immediately left England, accompanied by two companions, who were, fellow royagers of his. Sir Henry Curtis and Captain Good, and has now utterly van ished into the dark heart of Africa. He is persuaded that a white people, of whom he has heard rumors all his life, exists somewhere on the highlands in the vast, still unexplored interior, and his great ambition is to find them before he dies. This is the wild quest upon which he and his companions have departed, and from which 1 shrewdly suspect they never will return. One letter only have I received from the old gentlem...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 18 May 1893

THE mm HKKAfIIJ THI-KSDAT WAV IS. I*H MciaTPaiier of Hull Tatma. HERALDINGS. s. r :Mr*. A). F. Roabach, of Sprague, is visiting with the Hitter family. Washington's day at the World's Fsir •as been postponed until some time in June. (Travel to the Sunnyside country is practically ahut off for the present by tbe high water. / Col. Walter J. Milroy, of Olympia, ar rived here Sunday for a short visit with '■ friends snd relstives. Edward Whitaon, Fred K. Reed anc D. E. Leah were guests at Hot Springi during the past week. The tw^pfv-five too lumn of coal froii th* Koslyn mine was broken in two in transit to the World's Fair. H. G. Mathie*. publisher of tbe Puthian Herald, Seattle, is in attendance on the grand lodge X.of P. Mrs. Freemen, who has been visiting her dsughter, Mrs. J. B. Reavi*, returned to her home in Olympia, Tuesdsy. Mrs. (iilbert, mother of Jsmes B.Gil bert, leaves for her home in Chicago, Fri day, after a visit of several months. Mrs. Will White, of Sprague, snd Mr*. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 18 May 1893

THE GBIAT MOiilY PROBLEM How tbe United States Assists Great Britain to Depress Silver. s»ss*> Foreign I •natrlrs M ssi I.old Tit**- Drsisr •■ lis* I . S).-.*Sol Yellow Metal to Urn Round. On Thursday last the Bank of England raised the rate of discount one-half per cent. Englsnd wsnts more gold, snd this Is the wsy it gets it. On this sub ject the Tscoma Ledger ssys : "As there is not gold enough to go round, giving esch country enough to do its business, esch mast ran short occas ionally, and when the snpply on band must be replenished. France has been replenishing lor some time past, and so has Austria. Germany and Rnssis strengthened their reserves some time previously. Englsnd being the richest commercial nation, largely a c.editor of all the world, with something like $10, --000.000,000 invested outside her own tight little islands, on which interest and divi dend* are being regularly paid, rarely has to make any a.oecial effort to accumu late gold. The simple process of ra...

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