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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 October 1895

VOL. VII. For $:°° •• • TUfAIHM^^ PAPER Complete for nftff^TPY I 1 °ur ,mmense stock must be run out before January Ist. Tfcnsidcring the scarcity of the Almighty Dollar, we have made arrangments JMrNTIV Window Shades, KQOm 12x12 JKUxximlmHl. to exchange Wall I'apXfor Produce for the next 60 Days. _■■_■■• Bedding, Crockery PROFESSIONAL CARDS. i YAKIMA / GOLD CURE INSTITUTE. I (Established for the cure ol the drink disease.) p Office aud Institute, cor. W. Walnut and Selah •ta. unr proposition*. No cure, no pay. In vestigate. I)K. W. W. McCORMICK. D. E. -Mini Manager. Physlclau lv charge. J|EAVIB A ENGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooms 7 and s, Second floor, Kirst National Bank hHlldiug. g 0. HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practices lv Federal and all Htate Coarta. Office over Yakima National Bank. W H. HARE, DENTIST. Office over Fostefnce. Yakima avenue, North Yakima. TT J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. tSW-i 'flic-- over Yakima National Bauk, North Yakima. Will practice In all the courts ol the...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 October 1895

Go to COFFIN | g_w UNDERWEAR ~m I 1 \ ly_^>^_r T \\J f C ALL SIZES, FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN, AT EXTREMELY LOW PRICES. fHE YAKIMA HERALD. E. M. REED. EDITOR AND MANAGER. Published every Thursday; subscription tXOO per year In advance. Advertising rates upon application. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 17, 1896. KINDLY ADVICE. Oor very yonthful contemporary, the daily Timet, after a week of study, has delivered itself of a voluminous amount of ink—in which it endeavors to cover np its reprehensible course in trying to co erce merchants of tbis city into patroniz ing its advertising columns. When tbe fraudulent letter, perpetrated in tbe name of G. H. Smith, of 3127 Bine Island ave nue, Chicago, was exposed to tbe public, the Times kaew not wbich way to torn for its explanation; but after much time and study finds a very small aod shame faced loophole through which to crawl, by confessing that it gave the wrong name and the wrong address. Now, if the editor would admit the troth—that the lett...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 October 1895

A REPORTER'S NUTE BOOK Entertaining Bits of Information Whicb Were Found Witbin. PER PICTURES OF YAKIMA LIFE All ■arts af Paragraphs Ualheretl In Ihe ■n.-iropoti. „t Central Waah ii.a-ion hikl front Ihe Ureal and Mrs. F. T. Briggs, wife of the Weste-n Union operator at the depot, returned on Tuesday from Montana. A sidewalk Is being built on the east •ide of Second street from The Hi ham. office to the Central school house. Mr. (ieorge Donald left on Tuesday morning for a business visit of several days in Tacoma and Seattle. Miss Bessie Hall, daughter of the county auditor, will leave next week to enter the state university at Seattle. Messrs. Frsnk Horsley and (I. 0. Brownell returned on Wednesday from a brief business visit to the sound country. Mr. Harry Lockey, of Toppenish, was married at the Presbyterian parsonage Tuesday to Miss Eva Belle Bickle, of Bickleton. Mark Harris, of San Francisco, arrived In the city last week for a visit of a week with his sons Hyman and I/mis, of ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 October 1895

TERSE TALES OF A WEEK "ne Herald" Searchlight Thrown Over City ud County. IBDLBT OF IITBRBSTII6 LOCAL ITEMS Paragraphic Hits of «•■•!■, Haclnv "lews, Prrusslisss Happenings iimtnrrr* Akont rl«rtk Vaklma •■4 Bar KBTlranlnc I 'alleys. Miss May Newcomb won the gold medal at the Demorest contest on Friday night. Samuel Cameron and wife left on Sat urday last for a trip to Seattle, Victoria and Portland. Will H. Carpenter is thia week putting in a small stock of staple groceries in hia Yakima City creamery. James Longmire, father of David, Si mon and Charles Longmire, is bere from Yelm prairie on a visit. Misa Helen Dixon left last week for Portland, Ogn., to take a training course as nurse in one of that city's hospitals. Miss Suiter, who haa been a guest of Mra. A. B. Rosa during the paat week, returned on Tuesday morning to her home at Martin station. Louis D. Campbell, of the firm of Campbell A Powell, attorneys of Taco ma, spent Monday in tbe city attending to legal business. Hall's...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 24 October 1895

VOL. VII. For $1.00 . . . MIMD WATT DADED Good Btoci- "™*hi New Paper, se per rou. 117 AT T DADTJD LOMBARD Our Lines paper - WALL iAfM ** -» ************* *r <***> WALL rArlm - L.L. 1;.;,: complete for U[)DqTlj'V °ur immense stock must be run °B4 before January ist. Considering the scarcity of the Almighty Dollar, we have made arrangments ij nnpQTPV Window Shades, Hoom 12x12 nunOUfll. to exchange Wall Paper for Produce for the next 60 Days. fIUIIOJ__I. Bedding, Crockery PROFESSIONAL CARDS. VAKIMA GOLD CURE INSTITUTE. (Established Inr the cure of the drink disease. 11 titlii-e ami Institute, t-or. W. Walnut sttil Selah sts. our pro|Kisltiou: No cure, no pay. In vestigate. UK. W. W McCORMICK, D. A. SMITH, Manager. Physician ln (barge. JJEAVIS & KNGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Room* 7 and 8, Second floor, First National Bauk building. g C. UKNTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practices In Federal and all State Coarts. Office i over Yakiina National Hank. W H. HARE, DENTIST. Office over l'os...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 24 October 1895

Go to COFFIN o^ UNDERWEAR lilt V^^-Fti^J-^y XUi S ALL SIZES> FOR MEN- WOMKN AND CHILDREN, AT EXTREMELY LOW TRICES. THE YAKIM HERALD. It. 11. HIED. EDITOR AND MANAHKR. Pabllshed every Thursday: subscription li.oo per rear la advance. Advertising rates upon application. THURSDAY, OCTOBER Cf 1895. A LESSON IN BLUE LAWS. A representative of The Herald met ao educated aad intelligent gentleman from Toronto. Canada, on the west bound train the other day and was informed that there was no place in America that waa more subject to "blue laws" than bis home city. Every liquor salooo in To ronto closes st 7 o'clock Saturday evening and remains closed until 0 o'clock Moo day moraing. The street cars are run into tbe car barns lo gather dost over Sunday. Tbere are no Sunday trains on any of the branch lines, no Sunday news papers, boat excursions or evea livery carriages or butiries. Everything is shut •t tight as a drum, except three sermons per day, and a serious attempt was made and is to...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 24 October 1895

ARBPfIRT-R'SNUTBBQOK Entertaining Bits or Information Which Were Found Within. PER PICTURES OP YAKIMA LIFE All son. ..i Paragraph* Uatherra Ist the metropolian! Central Ua.ii. Ington and Irani the Ureal ana fertile OSNMf Surrounding 11. L. A. Wright, with the Scottish Union National and tbe Orient insurance com panies, is iv the city this week. W. G. Ronald, of Seattle, a prominent member of the state Knights of Pythias, was a visitor in Yakima on Saturday last. Register A. F. Snelling returned on Mondsy night from Portland and The Dalles, where he bad been on a business trip of a few days. James Gard and wife, who have been visiting friends anil relatives in Yakima for two or three weeks, returned last week to their home in Waterville. Auditor Hall this week granted mar risge licen.es to Albert Kneff and Viola J. McGinnis, nf Tanipico; O. J. Berney and Breta Erickson, of Mabton. 11. B. Dickinson, of Tacoma, a member of the well known railroad contracting firm of King k Dickinson, i...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 24 October 1895

?BUNKDOWrT^ / BY WILLIAM PERRY BROWNE \ Witbio the year three things hsd hap pened at Sqnawhollow that bad never happened there before. It hail, so to ■peak, been born anew. That is, it had been incorporated by legislative act. It had erected a new court house snd jail. Lastly, it waa head over heels in debt. Amid the glories of its new existence ss a miniature city, the heads of its officials ■welled so rapidly that tbe mayor and conncil soon ordered larger antl finer hats —silk tiles mostly. As for the city mar shal, Solomsn in all his splendor would have had to take a back seat had Ml ancient linea been projected within the modern influence of Souawhollow's mu nicipal radiance. At least that is about tbe way Pete Turner felt as he swung bis baton and aired his blue regimentsls be fore an admiring pnblic. But the new born city, like the expir ing village, remained perversely peace able. For a month or more the brand new steel cage in tbe brand new jail had been shown by Fete to sp...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 31 October 1895

VOL. VII. For $1.00 .. . MlßAffl) WITT TJ A TJTJT} Good Stock, Bright, New Paper; 6c perroll. 11/ AT T TJ A TJRTJ 3 LOMBABD Out" UneS .. . . * jj WALL fAf Ml AU Gilt Paper Reduced 20 per cent. WALL fnlljll * l-urniture.Carpe.s. Complete for nflDQirV i! Our immense stock must be run out before January Ist. Considering the scarcity of the Almighty Dollar, we have made arrangments B UnPQTPY Window Shades, Room 12x12 nUnftbM. to exchange Wall Paper for Produce for the next 60 Days. nUIIOIU-I. Bedding, Crockery _^ PMOFBBBIONAI CARDS. VAKIMA GOLD CURE INSTITUTE. (Rstahllsheil for the cure of the drink disease.l Oflice and Institute, cor. W. Walnut aud tielah sts. 'im proposition: No cure, no nay. In vesti-rme UK. W. W. McftlßMlOK. I). K. .SMITH, MaUHKt-r. I'liysletan In rharee. JJEAVIS A ENGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooms 7 n!i<l h, Seenii<l floor, Flrtt Natlontl Bank bulMliiK- g # C. HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Prartiopr. in Federal and all State Court*. Office over Yakima National Ba...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 31 October 1895

Go to COFFIN BROS, for ME YAKIMA HERALD. E. M. REED, EDITOR AND MANAGER. Published every Thnrsday; subscription I'iOO per year In advance. Advertising raU-s upon application. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1895. ENGLAND XYON'T ARBITRATE. The St. Jamei Gazelle, whicb is acting as the journalistic mouthpiece of the Sal isbury ministry in the Venezuelan diffi culty, frankly declares that the British government will not submit the points in dispute to arbitration because "it is the nsnal thing when there is recourse to this kind of international tribunal for the arbitrators to find against England." This is only another way of saying that in her quarrels with other nations En gland is almost always in the wrong. The history of the British foreign policy since the days of Clive has been a record of rapacity stained with blood. For more tban a century Great Britain haa ateadily pushed her frontiers outward at the expense of every dictate of justice. Weak states in Asia and Africa bave been ruthles...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 31 October 1895

TERSE TALES OF A WEEK "Tbe Herald" Searchlight Thrown Over City and Connty. MEDLEY OF INTERESTING LOCAL ITEMS Paragraphic till* of <;n**lp, Narlety Newa, I'.niiiuiisiiiiii Hi ppi m int s i ml., i.,1 it...in '".■■•ill Vaklma anal Her I iuli» 11 V .ill- ■ a. N. O. Wyncoop ami If. ('. Relf, ol Tacoma, were guests of the Hotel Yakima this week. Mrs. T. J. McDaniel ami child left to day for Urn kiii-mii. Clark county, Waih., to spend the winter with relatives. Chsrles McKwen left this morning for a trip ol ten days or two weeks to Porl land, The I» ,'•'.- - anil S.in Francisco. Schott Bros, have received a ton ami n half of sample shoes, which they will sell nt wholesale cost and some at half price. W. E. Thornton brought up a wagon loatl of peaches from his Parker Bottom ranch, on Wednesday, which found a reatly sale. O. Libby, of the Hotel Yakima simple room, returned on Tuesday from We natchee accompanied by his wife snd her sister, Miss Jennie Clifford. George K. Thompson and Mrs....

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 31 October 1895

THE CITY OF THE SPHINXES. It wss a marvelous and unique city rising in the middle of tbe great desert, so vast tbat it contained witbin its walls pastures foil of flocks, cultivated fields, forests, orchards, fountains, and a lake of love where girls went to bathe naked on tbe third day of the new moon. Never had any stranger entered the marvelous city; never had any one left it. It lay stretched in the middle of the great desert, proud of being unique, of being tbe world, of being life, of being joy fallen from Heaven upon the infinite sadness of the ssnds. Its inhabitants, gentle, simple, volup tuous, knew nothing of the forms of a precise religion or of the tyranny of a atrict government, like those divine In dians whom Benjamin of Tudela visited and who knew no other magistracy tban that of good will. Yet tbe sight of the marvels that glittered at the horizon had given them a conception of future de lights, of the probable prolongation after death of the joys of their humanity. ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 7 November 1895

VOL. PROFI : C l/.'/'N. \'AKIMA GOLD CURE INSTITUTE. (Kstnlilishcl fur the ears ... Ihe .Irink -ttSSSSS.I oflice Hti.t lii-litii'.', >■•[-. W. Wiilinit mul .-.'lull pis. uur |,ri,t>.i*>iii»i!i: N<» i mi.'. 11.> i-ay. lu vpstiKHli'. Mt. W. W M.riIKMICK. li. X smith. Maasfsr. rtijslslaa In char-re "OKA VIS A KStiI.KiIAUT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. KiMims 7 ami M. Soeoii.l tlmir, First National Hank liiilMliik. U C HKNTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW* RlWll-QM In Kt-'lvriil an-1 till State Courts. Offlce ! over Yakima National Hunk. Y\l 11. HAUK, DENTIST. • illl.ii over rustiillice. Yakima avenue, North Yakima. j[ J. SNIVKI.Y, ATTORNEY AT LAW. "aap*xitl'u-,' over Vilk.nm National Bank, North Ynlf**Lu. Will i.rK.ii.i. iii nil ihy I'ourtsol the suti" Hint Pxjl. iHinl unless, W. 1.. .IONKH. ■ » mssis JONKS ,t NKWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First National I'.tink, North Yakima, Wash P KHA.NK, M. I)., PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. I.nli. Surf. ..ti Washington Mate sol.llers' Home. OHlee.over First Ns...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 7 November 1895

Go to coffin } j&- UNDERWEAR "*. I >| 1 V_^**S^J r J-vJX. X ALL SIZES, FOR MEN, WOMEN ANU CHILDREN, AT EXTREMELY LOW PRICES. THE YAKIMA HERALD.! K. at. RKED. EDITOR AND MANAGER. Pnbllshed every ThHrsday; •Hbscrlption 12.00 per year In advance. Advertisins rate* ■pon sppllealtoo. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1895. But six daya more remsln in which to reigster. The city election comes on Tues day, December 3rd, and the registration books close on Nov. 13, next week Wed nesday. mmmmwmmmmm^mmmmmmm The king of Corea is a living example of the man of the song who sang "My wife's dead and I've got another one." It hss only been a few weeks since his consort wss murdered, yet he has already chosen her successor. Ohio, New York, New Jersey, Mary land, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Il linois, lowa and Kentucky have all gone republican. It is poor consolstioo for tbe democrats to remember that New York city and Mississippi sre still true to their old love. _ 11^ _ William Edger Nye divorced him...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 7 November 1895

TERSE HUB OF I WEEK "The Herald" Searchlight Thrown Oier Clly and County. MEDLEY OP IITERESTIKG LOCAL ITEMS Paraimpliii Bits «t «i0..1p, K-M-letr fIISOTa, I'lrsmiHlsniul llm pprn lug •. -Oatlnr.d thnill N.irlls Vaklma and Her Imim Valleys. D. W. Simmons returned from Spokane to-day. A. L. Dilley returned from Tacoma on Tuesday night. R. A. Hume was in the city from Spo kane this week. 8. C. Henton left on Tuesdsy nigbt fur Walla Walla to attend IT. S. court. .lames Kesling has again opened his pioneer blacksmith shop, on Front street. I. W. Dudley is in the city from Ken newick—which district he reports as very quiet —on court business. Joseph Teal, of Portland, is in the city for a brief visit with his brother Henry Teal, snd slso on business. Col. L. S. Howlett and wife returned on Tuesday night from their three weeks' visit in several cities of the state. If delinquent taxes of 1892 and 1893 are paid this month all of the penalty and one-half of the accrued interest is remitted. ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 7 November 1895

Tke Itssk si England. Some interest.im (sets sbout the Hack o( England snd its history hsve lieen gathered by ths Social l.conon.itt. It will lie retnerabereil that on January 1,1835, this institution celebrated its sec ond centennial anniversary. It wss or ganized to relieve William 111 from tbe difficulties lie experienced in rn'.siiiir funds to prosecute the war against France. William Patterson, a Scotch merchant, was tbe original projector of the enter prise. "The terms of the charter were that the sum of £1,200,000 ($0,000,000) should be raised, anil that the subscribers should form themselves into a corporation styled, 'The Governor sud Compsny of the Bsnk of Englsnd.' The bank was also to bave the privilege of keeping tbe accounts of the public debt, paying divi dends, issuing notes, etc., for which an allowance of £4,000 a year waa granted. The whole of the capital was to be loaned to the government at 8 per cent. Tbis interest, together with the £4,000 allow ance, gave the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 14 November 1895

VOL. VII. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. YAKIMA GOLD CURE INSTITUTE. (Established tor the cure nf the drink dlsesse.l Office sad Institute, cur. W. ttnlmit sud fHsli ■ts. Oar proposition: No cure, no »>sy. in Tcstlnste- ML W, W Mi-roKMH.'K. D. K. SMITH, Manager. I'iiysklaii in 'lisrge JJEAVIS A ENUI.EHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooms 7 »nd S, Second floor, First National I Bank ImlldliiK. g C HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW* Practices In Federal and all State Courts. Office . over Vaklma National Hank. I H. HARE, DENTIST. Office over Fostiitnoe. Yskima avenue. North Yakima. JJ J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. g^r-Office over Yakima National Bank, North Yakima. Will practice in all th« courts ot the atate and U. •**. land offices. w. t. JONES. j. «. HIWIIAII. JONES A NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First National Bank, North Yakima, Wash p FRANK, M. V., PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. Late Surgeon Washington State Soldiers' Home. Offlce .over First National bank, North Yakima Wash. T7LMER E. HEU, M. D., PHYSICIAN a...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 14 November 1895

Christmas Presents Free for the Children at COFFIN BROS We commence our Annual Holiday Sale a little earlier this year than usual. Pot every $1.00 purchase (except groceries) from now until Christmas we give a present ranging in value accord ing to the amount of the aale. WE WILL SAVE YOU MONEY. COFFIN BROS., Cai.wki.i. Block. -THE YAKIMA HERALD. \ I. M. KKEH. EDITOR AND MANAGER. Published every Thursday, •tibacrlptl.m riOO per ye«r In advance. Advertising rales npon application. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER U. 1896. STEVENSON FOR PRESIDENT. If the associated press iiuotes Senator Brice aright, he gives currency to the view that democracy has no hope of suc cess in the coming presidential election. In this the senator cannot speak for the party. The misfortune* incident to a world-wide panic and the doubtful policy of the administrative faction of the party cannot blight the virility of that political power which has time and again had a plurality of the popular vote, even when it fell short ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 14 November 1895

TERSE TALES OF A WEEK "The Herald" Searchlight Thrown Oier City and County. MEDLEY OF IUTERESTIHG LOCAL ITEMS, ••■sri.tir-splil* Kit* of i..i.sl|i. 5... 1.-I» I Nrw*. r,Ts.iiinis .1 n,i iii. pmaaamp *» lisilirrril limi.i "unrlli Vnklinn hii.l Her t-.nTlrfinlr.ig Vitllrf*. Mrs. Lester Collin arrived from Port land on Tuesday's train. Monday last was tin* sixth anniver sary oi tin* niiiiiissi.iii ..f Washington into statehood. Ezra Meeker relumed to the sound on Saturday last, after gathering in a few bales of V'aki na hops. Deputy Sheriff" Fred Rowe has lieen an attendant upon the V. B. circuit court at Waila during the past week. W. W. Leeper will leave for L*?wiston, Idaho, this evening to accompany home his wife and children, who have lieen visiting relatives. .1. K. Ward, who has been in ihe east for some time looking up a market for fruits and other Yakiuni products, is ex pected home the latter part of the week. Mr. and Mrs. George S. Courter gave a very pleasant dinner party t...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 14 November 1895

GENERAL INFORMATION. THE WORLD, FLESH AND THE DEVIL. t'aels tbent the llmnsn li*»«l». Etch ear has four bones. The stomach j haa lour coats. Kvery hair hss two glands at ita base. The tense of touch is dullest on the back. Tbe globe of ihe aye is moved hy six muscle*. The cere bral matter is about seven eighths water. The normal weight ol the liver is between three sod four pounds. The human skeleton, exclusive of the teeth, consists of 'JuS hones. Hair is very strong; s single hair will bear a weight of 1160 grains. The color of the skin de pends on pigment cells in the interior epidermis. The enamel of the teeth con tains over 03 per cent of calcareous mat ter. The wrist contains eight bones, the palm five; the fingers have fourteen. The roots of the hair penetrate the skin shoot one-1« elftb of an inch. The weight of tbe average-sise»i man is about 140 pounds; of the woman, 123 pounils. On an average the lunits contain about 28J cubic inches, or nearly five quarts of air. A woman...

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