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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 13 December 1894

$IOOO.OO^ REAT ,—companTW""-'! Merchandise HYMAN HARRIS, PROFR. i IW«-reliHii«ll S e «Iven - Away! d.vrm * Away! Croat m Pnmnanii Proclamation — Extraordinary Announcement! _ . * *** ■real ul uoinpam r \n company 1 Desire ! We Have I to impress lf ** %vl11" pleasure that 1 issue this, an> Tenth Annual Proclamation, in ■ ■_ Received Upon the Minds order that my friends, patrons and the public in general will appreciate the f'aet . _. Our of the tUiut * am determined to sharpen my axe and cut deep into the price of every 01 me . _ w w w j Fall and Winf . er People of article on my shelves and counters, regardless of value, and 1 will not spare the North Yakima nxv on aM> s,ri*e'e ■" Slll> department. It is almost uiiiieeessary to enumerate d the quality and quantity of merchandise which 1 have in stock; but the fact re- Every Vicinity mains that I am the Pioneer Merchant of North Vaklma, and my reputation for that handling only tirst-elass goods and of standard maiiufaeture a...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 13 December 1894

READERS' NEWSY FEAST. A Regular Festival or Many Good TblDftS SPREAD BEFORE "HERALD PATRONS I \si.«i linn si.int «ss. teteaWeem Ilia ■• ml Sniir Sums Are lining Tills Week l.ltlle «i<ir laswra at Illli'lMl in All. Mr. and Mrs. Andrews hay* gone to their new home in I.a < irande, Ogn Charles Adams was in the city from Fort Simcoe on Tuesday laat. K. F. Renson returned on Tuesday from his business trip to Tacoma. VV. C. Ferguson, of Richmond, Indiana, Is in the city to spend the winter for the benefit of his health. The W. C. T. T. will meat at the resi dence of Mrs. (ireenwalt ou Tuesday, lie. ember 18 at 3 o'clock p. in. F. M. Spain, grand master of the A. O. 11. \V., returned on Sunday from visit ing the various lodge* throughout the •late. J. K. Fogarty, the one-time leading Kllensburg merchant, waa ia the city on court business this week, arriving on Tuesday. Mrs. I. A. Nadeau. who haa been a guest of her friend, Mrs. II K. Owen*, (or the last ten day*, returned to her home...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 13 December 1894

A Nice Pair of 10-4 Blankets for $1 Christmas Presents for the Millions LOMD &IDRSLEY Woven Wire Springs $1.75 Each STATE m GENERAL \EWS. lU' Mo.I Inlrrrsin.ii II a ppm I ••( s • f (IBS' Usrlil Halle. Dawss lor "Herat.'* Headers. Kadcliffe college lias receive! $10,000 from tbe Anna Catiot Lowell estate Hoke Smith lias promised tn remove the Colorado lite Indian* from Utah. The Federation ol Labor congress opened it* session in Denver Monday morning. Mr*. Belinda Lapbauie, the San Fran ci*co aliorlionist. has lieen acquitted of murder. Chief of Police Armstrong, of Denver, ha* decided to allow no more prizefight* in that city. It ia aaid that Maine women arc in creasing in height. Six-footer* are not unusual among them. The Crawford Banking company, at Crawford. Neb., i* clowd. Albsrt Whip ple, cashier, ia missing. Count Ferdinand de Leseep*. the one time idol of France and the prime mover in the l'anama canal project, ia dead. Lady Henry Somerset, now viaiting in Boston, emphat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 20 December 1894

SIX PAGES VOL. VI. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. J^EAVIS A ENGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Booms 7 and H, isscond Ooor, First National Bank balMing. g C HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. I'rartim In Federal and all state Courts. Oflice over Vaklma National Bank. H. HARE, DENTIST. OBlre over BostolSee. Vaklma avenac, North Yakima. vy w. Mccormick, m. d., SURGEON and PHYSICIAN. i iitii-e In Eshelman Block. Residence, cor. 3rd aud Pine streets; 3 houses south nf Hotel Yak ima. XT J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. jfj^r-iifflc-r over Yakima National Bank, North Yakima. Will practice In all tha courts ol the atate and It. H. land offices. W.L..IOSKS, J. H. SZWMAM JONES A NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First Natloual Bank. North Yakima, Wash 0. a. KACRINNOM C. ». HI'BARS "MACKINNON A MURANE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Booms 1 and 2 Lowe Bl'k, North Y'aklma, Wash. JOHN A. BROWN, ATTORNEY AT LAW. i mice In Eshelman buildlns. Will practice In all courta of the state. (4EO. C. MILLS, CIVIL ENGINEER. Mem mic. Irrigation Engineer...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 20 December 1894

rHE YAKIMA HERALD. E 11. REED. EDITOR AND MANAGER. "tihlished every Thursday, tnbtcrlptlon I-* ".' p?r year In advance. Advertising ratrs upon application. nPPICIAI. PAPER OP NORTH YAKIMA TItIRSDAY, WMCMMMMMtt, ts»4. CHRISTMAS OREETISO. Tliit will lie the laet ieaue of Tub Hkb ai ii tiefore Chrislmss; snd with a feeling of friendship for all good people—and tbe paid-up subscribers of this paper in par ticular —we extend greeting and beet wishee for many happy returne of tbe day. Santa Claus may be a trifle poor in purse, frayed in clothing, and have leaky boote; his reindeer may rot be as sleek and well fed as ol yore, sod his pack may display evidences of the prevsiliog bard times -but he ie the same jolly old fellow and will do the beat he can to cbeer up young and old under very discouraging circumstances. Santa Claus, however, comes but once a year; and if the good people of Yakinia want another welcome vieitor, and one who drops in on them witb newsy tidings every week, tbey ca...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 20 December 1894

ME YAKIMA HERALD. r. M. HERD. KMTOB AVI! MANAUKk "nt.li.lir.l every Thursday; snbacrlptlon t:'<> I' -r year In advance. Adsartlsiuf rates ne hi application. iiKFICIAI. PAPER or NORTH YAKIMA. TH IRS DAY, DECEMBER M, 1594- CHRISTMAS GREETING. This will lie the last issue of Ths llna si n before Christmas . and with a feeling of friendship for sll good people—and tbe paid-up subscriber* of tin* paper in par ticular —we extend greeting and beat wishee (or many happy returns of tbe day. Santa Claus may be a trifle poor in puree, (rayed in clothing, and bare leaky boota; hi* reindeer may rot be aa sleek and well (ed as of yore, snd his pack may display evidences of the prevailing bard times—but he is the same jolly old fellow and will do the heat he can to cbeer up young and old under very discouraging circumstances. Santa Claus, however, comee but once a year; and if the good people of Yakinia want another welcome visitor, and one who drops in on them with newsy tidings every week,...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 20 December 1894

THE HOLIDAYS - REDUCED PRICES We are Doing all we Can for Oar Customers In the way of the very best goods at the lowest possible prices and ask one and all to call in; also to bring their friends to see our large assort ment of bargains. As we are now nearing the Holiday Season our Bar gains are especially attractive. In Eiderdowns we can give our customers better values than anybody. A large assortment of Toilet Soaps, cheaper than ever; nice line of Ini tial Silk Handkerchiefs: a complete line Crochet Silk: don't forget our large stock of Schilling's Corsets. In Table Linens we have excellent values from 25 cents per yard up. Our line of Kid Gloves is a very satisfactory one; as we give better value than ever offered before. We are agents for Standard Patterns of which we carry' a full line at all times, So when the good people are studying about Xmas presents they should bear in mind that our store is the place to buy. DITTEK BEOTHERS, IT^lKZID^j^ ISTCDTtTTaaZ IZ-^KZI3^:j9l, WASH...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 20 December 1894

»H_REAT | X r COMPAN??"" merchandise HYMAN HARRIS, PROPR. Merchandise - sfil-en - Away J o|veii . A j Croat iti Pnmn.ni, Proclamation — Extraordinary Announcement! n ,„, **c laeai in company smt 111 Compani * "**" —"• • ■■ "■ '—"- ■ i a i , 1 Deßiro We Have to impress v ** wlth pleasure that 1 issue tills, my Tenth Annual Proclamation, in x\. A CGI V A (i Upon the Minds •**«■* that ">y friends, patrons and the public in general will appreciate the fact of the that * ani «*«*«-*-»ined to sharpen my axe and cut deep Into the price of every _^« n_ i - Fall and Winter People of article on my shelves and counters, regardless of value, and I will not spare the Stock North Yakima a*e on mn *w article In any department. It is almost unnecessary to enumerate and d the quality and quantity of merchandise which I have In stock; but the fact re- Every Vicinity mains that lam the Pioneer merchant ol 'North Yakima, and my reputation for De that handling only tirst-class goods and of standard m...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 20 December 1894

READERS' NEWSY FEAST. A Regular FestlTal of laoy Good Tbiogs SPREAD BEFORE "HERALD" PATRONS What Itsr sniris and Issrl'ssi. Ins and Vanr Asms Arc imiiij This Week Little Bide Issue* al Interest ta All. I». K. l.esh returned on Saturday from hia short trip to Tacoma and Seattle. W. N. ' i run ter left on Wednesday morning for a short visit to Tacoma and Seattle. Special Agent Atkinson, of the I'nited Statea land department, ia again in the city looking up fraudulent entries and pro if s. Mrs. Knesley arrived hereon Thursday last from Missouri, and will iaake ber home with her son, William Knesley, of the Cowychee. Kvangelist Vernon J. Kose closed his season of revival services last night, und on Friday will give a lecture at Mason's opera house on "The Dawn of the New Civilization." liouls Ott and family expect to leave for Tennessee early in the new year, to make their home near Chattanooga, where Mr. Ott proposes to engage in market gardening. Mr. Thomas Lund left this morning for ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 20 December 1894

* , ■ _______ A Nice Pair of 10-4 Blankets for $1 Christmas Presents for the Millions LOMBARD k HORSLEY Woven Wire Springs $1.75 Each IN SILVER IS SAFETY. things, ia to be destroyed. Whether the foundation which it has taken ages npon ages to build it to be broken up. Whether tha production of silver money iato cease, and the money ol the world increasingly and (or all time ia to Ist placed in tha ab aolute control oi tha (aw. Such, with all of wrong and misery that it involves, ia tha question On tha affirmative aide are JCngland and the gold ownera. On the negative are the eternal right and human ity at large. We cannot doubt the issue. But what place ahall America take in the struggle la ahe going to violate her •-■institution, and acorn the wiadom of ber greatest and beat? Ia ahe going to throw ber mighty influence in favor of the right and her own interests *.' Is ahe going to call a halt to England, and gain the respect, support and gratitnde of the world ? Or ia the going to ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 20 December 1894

A Nice Pair of 10-4 Blankets for $1 Christmas Presents for the Millions LOMBARD k HORSLEY Woven Wire Springs $1.75 Each IN SILVER IS SAFETY. things, ia to be destroyed. Whether the foundation which it has taken ages upon age* to build ia to be broken up. Whether the production of silver money istoceaae. and the money of the world increasingly and for all time it to lie placed in tbe ab solute control nf the few. Such, with all of wrong and misery tbat it involves, if the question. Oo the affirmative side are England and the gold owners. On the negative are the eteraal right and human ity at large. We cannot doubt the issue. Rut what place shall America take in the struggle? Ie ahe going to violate her constitution, and acorn the wiadom of her greatest and beat? Is ahe going to throw her mighty influence in favor of the right and her own interests'.' Is she going to call a halt to England, and gain the respect, support and gratitude of the world? Or ia she going to weakly forfeit her...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 27 December 1894

sjx^s^the Yakima Herald.e«^ VOL. VI. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. JJEAVIB A ENGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooms 7 ami \ Hecontl Boor, Klrst National Bank balldint g > C. HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW- Practices In Federal suit All Rial* i *..nri« office out Yakima National Bank. yy H. HARE, DENTIST. Office over Postoffice. Yakima avenue, North Yakima. TVT W. McCORMICK, M. D., SURGEON and PHYSICIAN. Office lv Kshelmau Block. Residence, cor. 3rd aud Pine streets; » houses south of Hotel Yak ima. JI J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. gm-omie over Yakima National Bank, North Valium Will practice lv all the rourtsot the Mat? and f. s. laud offices. W. L. JiiNSb. J. St. HIWMAM JONES A NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First Natloual Bauk, North Yakima, Wash JOHN A. BROWN, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office lv Kshelmau MiiMiug. Will practice lv all courts of the state. QEO. C. MILL_7~ CIVIL ENGINEER. Hem Hoc. irrijiutiiiu Engineers. U. S. Deputy Surveyor, office lv the larger ot the Cadwell buildings. Hud street. IT FRANK...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 27 December 1894

"■""» The Yakima Heralb.^^ VOL. VI. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. JJEAVIB A ENGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Kooms 7 and s, Second Boor, First National Bank balldiuc. g C HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. I'rsctices In Federal and all State Coarts. offlce over Yakima Natloual Bauk. H. HARE, DENTIST. Offlce over Postolnce. Yakima avenue. North Yakima. W W. McCORMICK, M. D., SURGEON and PHYSICIAN. Oflice lv Kshelmau Block. Kesldeuce.ror.lrd aud Blue streets; ;i houses south ol Hotel Y'ak lma. JJ J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. tse~' 'il'" •■ over Yakiina National Bank, North Yakima. Will practice iv all tha courts of the tilate and U. 8. laud offices. W... JONES, I. S.SISSIS JONES A NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First Natloual Bauk. North Yakima. Wash JOHN A. BROWN, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office lv Kshelmau building. Will practice lv all courts ol the state. QEO. C. MILLS7~ CIVIL ENGINEER. Ut-m Hoc. Irrigation Engineeri. U. 8. Deputy Surveyor. Office in the larger ot the Cadwefi bu lid lug*. 'Jmi street. P HUSK. M....

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 27 December 1894

UNDERWEAR AT HALF PRICE. DITTER?; BROTHERS, -yATTTIVCA. .A-VEIETTTE IsTOI^TH "_T-___K:i:Ms--^. WASH. * \W YAKIMA HERALD. E. M. REED. EDITOR AND MANAGER. Published every Thursday; subscription 12.00 per year lit ailvanre. Advertising rales upou applirattou. omi-Ul. PAPER "F NORTH YAKIMA. THURSDAY, DECEMRER S7, tM*\ "Tlfi: MODMRI* YOUNG WOMAN.'' A great deal in said and written in these days alrmt the modern young woman. Aa a rule it is the young woman's own sex that does the writing and the talking. The average man is quite content to take the modern girl as he finds her, bright, sell-reliant, helpful, distinctly stronger in mind and body than the carefully cod dled hut aternly restricted young woman of the "good old times," when mental ignorance and physical fragility were deemed essentially proper physical char acteristics. Hut when the father* and brothers and the future husbands of tbe girls of the day do not trouble themselves to philoso phise over their being, the esse is very ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 27 December 1894

El Texntloas Problem*. it the north pole ts tllscrieered, asof cutira 'tis Mil. to be. inw alert explorer of Ihe Icy nn-tlc aea, tdo in. n b"i>c to do mill li? I* it to Us cnt down Ana put on exhibition In Home MtStOSWOt town? Or cut tip into smaller poles, like tlio-e the barbers use. Enriched with green and reddish tint*, and yellow stripes and blues? Or will they run a table thence down to tha southern isile Aai have a trolley around ihe earth to please the Jaded soul? Or do they Ihhik to leave It oo Its present Ice bound site And run an elevator to lis very topmost height. To coax the snooping tourist 'ruin hia bappj southern hone Unto the land where polar bears and at - Urn tics roam? When Mr. Keely's motor lias been really got to mote. What will Its motlnu come tt? Will It run a a train or boat? And how can folks determine that Its looting's •ure to be Perpetual— to run straight on through aU eternity? And when they solve the mystery about the man who hit B. Patterson upon ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 27 December 1894

i.i:adyfortheiw^| CONVERSATION OF A MAN WHOsVA_| PRIMED FOR A DYSPEPTIC. '! • A C hronle Invalid. Bent on Relallug His On n Case, Hears of a Mora Remarkable One and Is Able lo Ccc In but n Fess Words In Ibe Conise of a Long Talk. 'You are so burly nml robust." said the orgulous dyspeptic, with secret scorn, to his casual traveling acquaint an c. "that 1 presume yon aro never troubled with dytjiepsia. Yon havo much to lip thankful fur lam often in such a state that"—— Was the burly acquaintance) to endure the garrulity of a chance dyspeptic? Hs was not. •(Jn tho contrary." ho immediately ro plied. for, nover having suffered a mo ment in bis lifo from any physical ail ment, his mind was active and vigilant "On the contrary, 1 have suffered un told torttiro from dyspepsia, and as yon . are interested in the subject I will will ingly give you my experience. I began with the finest digestion ir. the world, | but while engageel in the military service of the country, lieing 10 years scout...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 27 December 1894

■MIST FEAST. I Jfeftlir Pttti.tl of Mid; Good SPREAD BEFORE "HERALD" PATRONS What Iss. Maura -a- tiarCsw. Ins snd lour Au.il. Are Doing This n»h lint' ntdr Issues «i Interest io All. The proposed prize bunt snd ball hss W been abandune I Miss Lake, of Seal lie, is the guest of < her friend, Mrs. H. K. Owens, of this Em. The marriage of Wm. I.cc, jr., snd Miss I'sine is announced for the early days of . 1895. The VV. C. T. I . will meet at the home of Mrs. Ureenwslt Wednesday. January 2jSt 3 o'clock. ■L Hogan and T. C. O'Connor, of were Christmas visitors BssVkic'a. |Dell Hiscock hss returned from Ts oma, where he passed Christmas pleas antly with relatives. C. II Hyde, the well known Taconia wholessle grocer, wss in the city on bus iness on Wstlnesdsy. Freel Mehler left on Ssturdsy morning for ■ visit of two months or more st his eld home in Germany. The next social of tbe Commercial club will be held on Wednesday evening, Jan. , '95, at the club parlors. ' Mrs. H. A. Griffin, as...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 27 December 1894

A Nice Pair of 10-4 Blankets for $1 BARGAINS LOMBARD k HORSLEY m- m. ph* if - LOMBARD k HORSLEY 1 , **"*«*• KancyCpholstrdlWkers.Kanrvßeedß.Rkers. Plain Oak Rockers, Set.ing Rockers, XJU-.IXAJIJ.i_XJ VA. lIUIIUJJU 1 ■ \ "lid's Rockers Child's High Chair. Chair Cushions, Couch Covers, _•___• Pllows, ta/ 111 1 O " /IM TP f" l_ ,'our «-> Cover*, Pair Woolen Blankets, Comforters. lis in Loo Easels Osk Kaaela Wovßn Wire Springs $1.75 Each \at^*~iej^ olttL^,,*s_t_i Woven Wire Snrin_r<_ $175 Far 1 g Art Squares, Dining Chairs, Artotype Pictures, Pastil Pictures, Picture Frames. "W,WM If HO WfJIIIIgO vL» Is I U LQU tOTN- t.\TKAOItbI\ARY. Ililllllilltriliriil That Will llltrrrsl Many -Or. Darrin m Vi.u sierti. laklas. While averse to drawing the attention of our readers to any advertisement which partakes of a medical character, we letl t more than justitled in over-riding this ob jection with respect to the announcement in this issue of the coming visit of Dr. Dsrrin to this city. Thi...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 3 January 1895

gLvVI. CARDS. V vis A KNULEHART, ■ "TORNEYS AT LAW. I > and n, Herouri floor, First National I lllillllK. B' HKNTON, Httorney at law. I •» in Federal and all State Courts, office ■ tkiiim National Bank. 1/ H. HARE, H DENTIST. I ever Pottomce. Yakima avenue. North I * W. McCORMICK, M. D., BkGEON and PHYSICIAN. In Ruhelman Block. Residence, cor. Srd I Ine streets; S houses south of Hotel Yak- I J. BNIVELY, HUttornky at law. over Yakima Natlnnsl Hank. North L Will practice In all thy courts of the ■ I', s. land offices. X- j.a. mimi X & NKWMAN, at law. I «t National Bank, North Yakima, Wash I Ja. brown, U Forney at law. I n F«lielman huilding. Will practice In ■ rt« of the state. $C. MILLS, I CIVIL ENGINEER. Irrigation Kngineers. V. 8. Deputy ■i < mire in the larger of the lad well ■k<. 2ud street. WuANK, M. I)., BIYSICIAN & SURGEON. H - -ti'(eon Washington State Soldiers' Home. |^ ,<ivur First National bauk, North Yakima MI.MKH . llK<i, M. 1.. ■ IY.SICIAN and SU...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 3 January 1895

UNDERWEAR A FINE BLANKETS AT HALF I'lilCE. §P^ VERY CHEAP. j I DITTER BROTHERS. YAKIMA A^EJSTTJE. ZtTOR-TEC TT-AJKIIML^ W^aJl ME YAKIMA HERALD. K. M. REED. F.DITOK AND MASAOEB. P«bli«hpil ctctjt Thunday; »nbiicrlptlon fiOO per year in arivame. ArtvrrttilUK rat« upon application. OFFICIAL PAPER OK NORTH YAKIMA. THVMSDAT, JAXCARY $, 1895. THE RISE OF GOLD. In Europe economic statisticians have adopted a system of averaging the prices of things, called index cumbers. The prirps at a given time are taken of any ikxirivl nnml<er of products. These are then averaged aud the resulting average i» taken as the price of commodities at that date. This system lias been largely u«eJ to show the relative gold prices of silver mill the principal commodities of civilization. The results are most in structive. We find, beyond cavil or con tradiction, that as silver has fallen in value so have other thing*, with th« ex ception of gold; or, to put it correctly, that silver and all other thing* have...

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