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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 26 April 1894

PITHY LOCAL POINTERS Taklma as It Is Seen by "Tbe Herald's" Übiquitous Paragraphers. ft THE EDITORS COMING OH SATURDAY. ti>imbiiik s*an Jsi. Scale lata lak. Ima aa Oraaget and Lissni. I.easterner iiain Plarra Bonds li.aiii al .viiaa I ilsri Parka r. l'eter Belles left for Puyallup, Tuesdsy, to be gone several days. 09 W. 1,. per returned this morning | from a trip to Northern Idaho, Jsck Bradford is preparing to plant four a. ;• -. ol his Moxee ranch to winter apples. Capt. W. Urown, the bonifsce of the Hotel Columbia of Kennewick, was s guest of The f skims ou Saturday last. I. mis Lesh has resigned his position of operator and has been succeeded by F. T. liriggs who arrived from Ilia, Wash., ou Tuesday. Miss Avonl.of Ellensburgh, spent Mon day in tin* city on her way to Fort Sinu-oe to visit her relatives, Clerk and Mrs J. 1.. Banks A Bible panorama and dissolving stere optican views will be given at the Metho diat Episcopal church, Wednesday even ing, May 2. Millionaire Rock f...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 26 April 1894

•4»pta mm t%-S^ggJ |?MFS"foPt.lslltD DVSPtCIAUMAWHCNT WITH TllBO CHAPTER XIV. Virginia, at the door of tho box, stood facing the crowd where Tom hsd disap peared. A shudder shook her from head to foot. She still seemed looking into a pair of tormented bine eyes alight with a shifting flame; the choked, broken ac cents of a familiar voice were in her ears. Aad yet oh, could it he?—was it real ly Tom who had stood there? That gaunt figure and sickly face, the disso lute eyes snd coarsened mouth were like a travesty on the memory cherished so tenderly. The pity of it! Her raised arm drooped against tho curtain In the shadow, and she laid her face upon it, closing her eyes and letting the slow, heavy tears fall as they would. A love born of long association is not an easy thing to kill. Virginia's died hard in that piteous moment, bnt it died surely. Bhe scarcely knew- it herself, so keen, so deep was the rush of compas sion, almost maternal in its intensity, that took its place. Bnt gr...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 3 May 1894

VOL. VI. ! PROFESSIONAL CARDS. * T S. UOWUETT. '' ATTORNEY AT LAW. laad Office bn.lneas a specialty. For sevaa Kara In tnllrd Htates Land Office, having bean th Register and Receiver. TT J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. sma—olTirr ever Yakima National Rank, North Yakima. Will practice in all taa courts of ths -.ate and 0. s land offices. m.WIS A MILROY, ['■ » «»»'• I a. a. ai.aov ATTORNEYS AT LAW. fMF-iMii practice In all Coarta of the State Special attention given to all It. 8. land oftlra business. North Yakima, Wash. WHITSON APARKERf «»»» wbitsos \. , I rasn raaaaa ATTORNEYS AT LAW. (VOfflcc In First National Bank Bnlldlng. g^ O. MORFORD, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practices in all Conrts In the stale. Especial attention to Collections. Office np stairs. Yak lms National Bank Building. t. a. vases. iaa r. in.UH.it ■yANCE k ESGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office, Metzger block, Yakima Aye. Special at tention given to land Office baslness. D. a. MSCKISSOK C. B. SIIISI •jyjACKINNON A Ml HANK. ATTORN...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 3 May 1894

IHE YAKIMA HERALD. m. U. MID. -DITOg AUD MANAGE-. PsMlalied every Thursday, s-.barrlptl.-_ I- 00 per year la advance Advertlslof rates ■asm appileatto-. nmcuL pant or north t a kirn a. THURSDAY, MAY -, int. A GOOD SUGGESTION. Whst aa excellent thing it would be if oar fine public schools could have On* grovM of tree* on the rear part ot tbe blocks on which they are built. Such an improvement would be of tbe greatest good to both teacher* and scholars. We have a food deal ot very hot weather outside of the midsummer holi days. Children are peculiarly suscepti ble to the heat, and no summer passes without their suffering from it* debilitat ing effects. If they hsd a delicious, cool, green, ahady wood to retire to, their young bodies and apirita, and conse quently their studies would gain much. Many excellent qualities of head and hurt go to make np the properly equip ed teacher. Not least among these la ao equable temper. In onr public achool*, where the masters have not the power to ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 3 May 1894

PITH..LOCAL POINTERS Yakima as It Is Seen by "The Herald's" Übiquitous Parajr.pliers. TWO STATE COSYERTiORS FOR YAKIMA A I'laarrr'l I I prrlrn, <■ In Ihr l-rlj ft' I hr l.kln. River -n ■ Bnoin lfartl.il Ml allnnl.H Are |\ < nml..( Here. B. 8. G. Crandall returned from Tacoma Wednesday. Born, May Ist, to the wile of A. H. Strnbin, a daughter. Miss Jessie Bailey left Tuesday for Portland for a visit of aeveral weeks with friends an.l relatives. The firemen will give a street drill on Mondsy evening next. Every member ia expected to turn out. E. J. Jaeger was up from Zillah, Mon day, pertecting his bond, having li< en ap pointed postmaster vice A. C. Walker, reaigned. P. Sanlord Burke will leave in a few daye tor California, having received from the government papera ol admission to the national soldiers home. T. F. Maher, Sam Chappell, Volney Tsft and Fred Chandler left for Walla Walla Tuesday to serve aa jurors in the Cnited States court. Owing to the minstrel entertainment ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 3 May 1894

A VALUABLE CALENDAR.) Tabulated Statement Showing When Spraying is Most Effective, With Formulas for Preparing the Various Solutions. A very complete am) instructive bnlle-j tin has been issued from the Cornell uni versity experimental station on the sub ject of spraying for ths destruction and \ extermination ef fruit pests. Nothing I quite so succinct and comprehensive hssj ever come to the attention ol Tux Htiui o snd it is with pleasure that «c are en abled to reproduce it this week (or the '. benefit of Yskima horticulturists snd i gardners. The following are the formulae t used: Bordeaux Mixture—Copper sulphate. | ft pounds: quicklime, 4 pounds; water. | 40 gallona. Dissolve the copper sul- I phate by putting in a bag of coarse j cloth and hanging this in a vessel ' holding at least four gallons, ho that : it is just covered by the water. Uae an earthen or wooden vessel. Slake : the lime in an equal amount of water, j Then mix the two and add enough wa ter to make 40 gallons. ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 10 May 1894

VOL. VI. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. w. l. joma, j a. - 1 ■«. » JONES A NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. met rint National Rank. North Yakima. Wash T S. HIIWLITT, ATTORNEY AT LAW. land Office InttfNM B ppeolalty. Pot erren yean In ('tilted *rate« i an.l office, havinf been both I..*..uter aud Receiver. . TJ J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. rm-o—ce over Yak ima National Bank, North Yakima Will practice In all tb. courts ol tbe -.tats and I. S. laud offices. HEAVIS A MILROY, t> « "«»vis I a B. sn a.iv ATTORNEYS AT LAW. fIfIMVNI practice In all Court* or the State. Special attention irfven to all 0. 8. laud office bustttuM. North Yakima. Wanh. WHITSON <Vr.\KKKU{ ■•»» ****** ATTORNEYS AT LAW. fV<><H<'e iv first National Hank 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 Hulldlng. t. M. vauca. Isa r. xnolshast yANCF. A ENGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office, Metatter tilork, Ysklma Aye...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 10 May 1894

THE YAKIMA HERALD. K. %\. REED. EDITOR AND MANAOCP I'uhil.he- ere— Thnradar. mbwrlptlon 1-00 per year In -4v.net,. Arlr.nl.ln* rales -pon application. i.rrirni. taper of north takima. THURSDAY. MAY 10. 1594 ---__=_=_=____-_ The mayor wants the light and water service dispensed with. To dispense with the lormar the police force would have to be doubled* without giving a eer vi.-e eqnal to that of the present, while lo cut ofT the water would result in railing the rate of insurance and leaving the city at the mercy of any incendiary or chance flame. What North Yakima wants ia practical economy ; not buncombe. The city was called upon at the laat meeting of the council to pay tbe sslsry of an extra man on the police force that no one seemed to know anything about. Finally, by dint of prompting, one mem ber of the police board recalled having seen the man and having been intro duced to him. If he made no more im pression than this the city might have "economized" by diapeneing with his ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 10 May 1894

PITH. LOCAL POINTERS Tatlma is It Is Seen bj "Tbe Heralds' 1 Obiqoltoos Paragrapbers. THE SDDDEH DEATH OF I. J. OIGER. The Yakima «hii.pin« Inaclatlaa _ <lr|.alir< latlmal ll| I Irrllan. A I on- ... Hop tartar.* tlmmS . War* far inklma Haa*. President Parker, of the date fair board, is expected home on Sunday. Mr*. R. Vanßiißkirk i* at Ellensburgh visiting her sen Charley and family. J. L. Smith exp»cta to leave Saturday on a business and pleasure trip lo Port land. G. C. Mill* is planting 150 acre* of land under the artesian wells to Burbsnk potatoes. James McKenzie claims to have de vised a machine to generate power when placed in either stagnant or flowing water, Died, at Kiona, Y'akima county. May 6, Margaret Kennedy, infant daugh'er of Hugh and Jawnell Kennedy, aged five month*. City Marshal Liggett is again around after hi* leng confinement, bnt think* locomotion on crutches a poor substitute for his legs. E. li. Learning left for New Jersey, on Wednesday morning, to vis...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 10 May 1894

SAILED TO THE GROSS. The Modem Crucifixion of a Tteomt Mm Id Dpper Barmab. RESCUED FRO! X FRIGHTFUL DEATH. Th. ftrrr.trd Hear. On Hand* aad I ... a <onsl.ni R.mlnd.r .f HI. •lorrlhlr l.f.tKn,. Imnn, th. The body of a man who had been cru cified, and who had survived the ordeal and lived for years afterward*, left Tacoma recently for interment a« Salt Lake City. The remains were those of Dr. William Bredemeyer. who years ago waa crucified by an uncivilized tribe in IJurmali, India. The burial at Salt Lake wa* by th* »ide of hi* first wife, Annie May Savery- Mearyone-Evan*. His second wife, born Mis* Penelope McVicar, accompanied the body, which wa* escorted to fbe train by members of sixteen fraternities, includ ing 120 women, who were members of Rebecca lodges, and the Pocabonta* of th* Order of Red Men and tbe Pythian Sisters. Dr. Bredemeyer wa* a great fraternity man. He wa* a member of nearly every secret order in existence, and had he lived a week longer he would have per fec...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 May 1894

VOL. VI. ~* PROFESSIONAL CARDS. sr. i. joaas. j.b. aav-aa, TONKS * SKWMAS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. uior Kir.t Nallmisl Hank, North Vaklma, Waah. T R. HOWLETT, ATTORNEY AT LAW. !.an,l Ofh'T tm.inesa a a|**-ialty. For .even veara In fulled Matea lj.ii.l office, having been both li.■«■«!>■■ aud Receiver. ]| -jSNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. »l^-(lmYc over Yakima National Rank. North Yakima. Will practice In all tha >ourtaol the -tair and f. 8. land office*. KKAVIS A MILROY, t' \ ««*vis I .... m.aoT ATTORNEYS AT LAW. ft*-* <>l practice In all Courts nl the Stat*. "pe, Inl .ttentlon Riven to all 11. s land office lui.lnc.. North Yakima. Wash. WHITSON A PARKER) «"»" whitsoi. I raao raaaaa ATTORNEYS AT LAW. gmWOttlee In First National Bank Rnlldlna. « O. MORFORD, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practice! In all Cnnrti In the State. Kipeclal attention to Collections, office up stain. Yak ima National Bank Building. T. M. vaaca. taa r. WHMM YANCE A ENGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office, Metzircr block, Yakim...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 May 1894

THE YAKIMA HERALD. B. M. UD, RDITOR AND MANAOIR. Ps-Hahs* every Than-*-; rat-r*ri|-tt~n 800 pu year la a*-eaee. Ad-en laln» rates open ar-pllr.tinu orncni, *afir or north yakim t THURSDAY, MAY 17. 1594- DANGER IN CROWDS. Ob* lesson that must have been Im pressed upon th* observer of the recent tronbl* between th* Coxeyites snd th* U. 8. deputy marshals is the extreme danger of allowing men to gather in crowds dur ing a time of excitement. Feelings of a comparatively calm aod moderate char acter are eaaily changed by the magne tism of a crowd Into something very inoch stronger. Disspprovsl quickly become* anger, and anger madness. It would seem to be the case that a number of residents, anxious to see th* Coxeyites get out of town, had made no tbeir minds tbat the railroad, having brought them here, was bound to take them away. This ia undoubtedly the feeling that gave rise to tbe interest tak en in the Coxeyites' movements by many responsible citizens. Tbe workingmen were, with very...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 May 1894

PITH? LOCAL POINTERS 1 Yakima is It Is Seen by "The Herald's" Übiqoitoas Paragra pliers. TBE STORT OF A DEADLT VOYAGE. ♦wklma-a I.r I. _ii lion i. tram. t A',-.'r Carle arrested tar AAAgh J tr«^-P»r»aaal aa« Usaeral Lata I 1..1......1........ Yakima county will ship 500,000 pounds ol wool from Prosser this year. Miss \l*rj Vinson and Bert Willa left on Wcdm-iday for Hillsbord-gh, Or., on • visit. Mrs. N. M Welch, sister ol It. Mc- Comb, srrived from Seattle Wednesday to remain. Mart Dillon, ex chief of police of Ta coma, has horn the guest of The Atberton lor the past week. A. Falkenbtirg, ol Denver, head consul of tbe Pacific jurisdiction of the Wood men of the World, is in the city. ('. W. Liggett, foreman of the mechani cal department ol The Hkhai.ii, is con fined to his residence with tonsilitis. Rev. S. 11. Cheadle and Fred Brooker left for Ellensburgh, Wednesday, to at tend the two days' session of the Yakima Associstion of Congregational churches. A. E. Cook haa about thirty ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 May 1894

THE OLD MiN. PLEA 1 Pitletlc Story That Saved tbe Life of t toy C-irgod Ut. larder. ft COURT ROOI BATHED 111 TEARS. mmmr at J.t|>, Jury •»* Cnterle «f liWT.ra Wars Taken In antl Dane tar—Clever lie,ire al n Hew lark Criminal laat... It waa a number ol years ago that a boy waa placed on trial at Springfield, 111., charged with tha murder ol a companion. He waa but a lad, probably 18 years of age, and seemingly of good bringing up. He told hia atory in a straightforward manner. He claimed to have come from Ohio, where ha had left home to avoid aome trivial offense. Upon reaching the vicinity ol Springfield, 111., he had enter ed a cornfield lor the purpose of obtain ing aome roasting ears, upon which he in tended making a meal. Aa he wss thus engaged he waa discovered by the son of the owner ol tha field apon which he was treapaasing. A hot quarrel ensued, and the lada adjourned to the railroad tracks merely far the purpose ol eettling the dis pute. In the tight which ensued the st...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 24 May 1894

* VOL. VI. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. w. L. joasa. j. ». mw.a-, JONKM A NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First National Rsnlk North Yaklioa, Wash. T K. IIOWLKTT, ATTORNEY AT LAW. land oilier bu.ltit'ss a specialty*. For seren years l~ t ilted states I-and Office, having been both and Receiver. ir J. MiIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. ssr-o-re over Yakima Sallonal Bans. North Vaklma. Will pra.-ii.e in all t hs-onrtsol the state and IT. 8. land offlrea. jJEAVIS A MILROY, J * * .-gj. attornp:ys at law. fywill practice In sll Cnurta ol Ihe Mate. special attention given to all V. 8. laud 0&I..-0 business. North Yakima, Wash. VY HITSON A PARKER| ""..Mia''' ATTORNEYS AT LAW. gg^Office lv First National Bank Building. S< O. MORFORD, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practices in all courts In the stale. Especial attention to Collections. Office up stairs. Yak ima National Bank Kiillding. T. a. ■ *■' ■ las r. -h'i-bhabt. "VTANCE A ENtiLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. office, Metsgcr block, Y'akima Aye. Special at tention give...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 24 May 1894

THE YAKIMA HERALD. A. M. AMMO, IDITOB AHD MARAOIa- FaM'ska* every T-nraday; a-barrl-tinn r.'no t*r rose la eorai-ca. Adrertislac rates upon applleatton. nrnCIAI, PAPKR OP NORTH YAKIMA. THURSDAY, MAY 14, l»l- REVERIES OF A SMOKER. While the pipe holds out to born, a thousand fanrlis wait their turn, O smoke, O holy smoke! (and we apostro phise thee; not in idle, ribald slsng, but with loving reverence). Thoa wreath'st thy blue rings round the lips of care, and tbey complain no more. What gentle, loving philosophy thoa dost teach. How pleasantly thou gridest onr fancy by ths lastly flowing waters, through tbat land where all exertion is forbidden, and man's whole duty is but to enjoy himself. (Happy thought: This idea of doty strictly constitutional.) Methinks thy name might have been something softer, and more in keeping with thine own sweet spirit, O Nicotine. There is much in a name—in a word. What strange, weird things words are. Not to be de spised, even tbe little ones. What do ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 24 May 1894

PITHY LOCAL POINTERS 1 Yakima as It Is Seen by "The Herald's' Üblqiitons Parainphers. UTERESTFHG LOCAL IRPORIATIOH. x ■ »4Wlrlr. Atesi Ike Vahla*. I rat. Hop riK.n.l I'nll.a l.noia. In_ l» P l We kn.» Hcrrl.|„. Illntia. IWHIha. K.r. Henry Schotl is off duty on account of illness. R. Strobach is on s lsnd cruising expe dition over the rsnge. John Reed returned from Sesttle onr Wednesday morning. Born, Saturday, May in, lo the wife ol , llarr^pinning, a son. Born, to the wile of (ieorge A. Smith, Friday, May IX, a daughter. A. A. liatterson, editor of the Kllens- Inirgh Hegi.trr, was in the city Wednes dsy. S. (i. Crandall waa a visitor in Seattle and Tacoma last week, returning oo Sunday. John Kangley, of the Northern Pacific Coal company, ia expected in the city to morrow. Mrs. Helen Hunt and her daughter, Miss Nita Hunt, ot Seattle, are visiting Mrs. W. F. Prosser. Mr. F. D. Hiscock returned this morn ing from a visit of a week with his brother snd family in Tacoma. Iter. Lane, of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 24 May 1894

THE FARHBR'S WORLD i For tbe Itflc-ltirtst, Horticulturist | and Dlierstfled Farmer. t EASTBRR FRUIT CROP A TOTAL LOSS. | Tke Tins* ta uraft reals Trees-laa- • Milasct af Talnnln. tke Frail. ' I tlllalns K-rry thing 11. w la ' Cars far raaltry. I I Correspondence ColiVornt- Fruit G'our | er; Yoa hsve already received through the general press despatches probably I fall accounts of the great freeze that I passed oyer the entire country east of the I Rocky mountains. The cold wave developed high up in I British America, and swept down over i tbe country, canaing a temperature of 30 i degrees at Galveston, Tex., and it was 8 i degrees Id Chicago at the aame time, i This wave swept over the country eaat wardly, doing untold damage to all the fruit and early vegetable interests of all territory south of tbis latitude. About St. tools tress were in bloom and early i market gardens were well along with their crops. In Central Illinois trees had be- i gun to bloom, and the cherry, peach, i ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 31 May 1894

OL. VI. PROFESSIOSAL OAMMB. «. L.JOXM, J- ». »ew_a-, JONKS A NKWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over Flr.l National Bank, North Yakima. Wash. T S. HOWLKTT, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Land oflice tiu.tncfts a specialty. For seven \ car. In I'nlted Htatea I and Office, bavin* been Inith Retrtiter aud rU-celvcr. IT J. SNIVEI.Y, ATTORNEY AT LAW. XSX-olrtcc over Yakima National Bank, North Vaklma. Will practice In all the court! of the -late and tt. H. land oflice UKAVIS A MILROY, |J • as.vm I I. V. MILROY ATTORNEYS AT LAW. #a_r-WIU practice In all I'nnrt* of the Htate. attention itlven to all U. H. land office -mines!. North Yakima. Waab. WHITSON ..I'ARKER' •'""> "hitiok I rain i'arkf.r attorneys at law. fVuffire In First National Bank Building. {n| o. morforo, ' ATTORNEY at law. Practices Id all I'ourts In the State. Especial attention to (tolleetlnua. Office np atalrs. Yak- Ima National Rank llulldina. T. M. VAMir. IRA r. KKOLEHART. yANCE A ENGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office, Mctzßcr block, Y'akima ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 31 May 1894

THE YAKIMA HERALD. «. tt. u_x>, -Drroa aud mawaoib. FaMlshed every Thai-day la-arrl-tlo. HO* ft Mat la a-r-ore Aitrertlaliiir ralra npoa application. omctai. rare* or north takima. THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1991. REVERIES OF A SMOKER, NO. t. Tia wen t ,-d 0 - r tr -- tv bti „ ■- jtae if again aawe draw from it Ihe wisdom and satisfaction which seem inexhaustibly in herent in Ita swelling bowl. Aa wa glance downward and mark ita graceful yet nnflimsy outline*, we are re minded ol ths Infinite pain* (but ever, surely, a labor of lore) at which man hi* been to improve to the uttermost tbe ma lc*lal, form and working arrangement* of hi* faithful frisnd snd servsnt. Perchance it ia car-en from the delicate clay which th* Hermans have named after th* foam of tbs ses, from which, in the graceful past, sprang the ever living idealization of beauty. And surely tbs skin of Cythsrea her self, with the blood fsintly flushing through its ivory whiteness, wss not mors enticingly fslr tban this image o...

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