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IIII'RSDAY DECEMBER .«>, 18(3
Kepresentstive A. B. Weed left for
Olympia to-dsy. v
Dr. W. H. Hsre spent several days
this week in Tacoma. .
Miss l.i-ah Jeffers, an accomplished
musician, has a card in this issue of Tvs
Married, at Puysllup, Dec. m\ Chns.
Foster, of the Hotel Yakima, to Miss
Olive Lindsey, of Puyallup.
W. L. Caldwell, who has been a com
positor on Tin: Hi.itat.n since March last,
left for Seattle on Saturday with the in
tention of remaining.
I'rosser is moving. It will have four
saloons this month; stud poker snd crap
games are running, and the Key. Walker
held services there lsst Sunday snd
gathered in forty cents, two buttons snd
s corkscrew in the contribution plate.
Harry Chapman, N. P. bridge car
penter, suffered a scalp wound at Mab
ton, on Friday last, by being thrown on
to Borne edged tools by the sudden start
ing of the train. He come to this city on
the afternoon train to have his injuries
The State Teachers Association, after
a three (lavs' session at Tacoma, ad
journed to meet iv North Yakima at
some date iv 1893 to l>e hereafter named.
J. G. Lawrence, of this city, who was
present, was made a member of the ex
The South Bend-Chehslis extension of
the Yakima & Pacific railroad was com
pleted, as far as track laying is con
cerned, and the last spike driven at
South Bend, Dec. 23. The cost of con
structing this division, which is 1W.2 miles
long, was $1,400,000.
The decision has finally been reached
by tho Inland Telephone company to
build a line from Spokane to the Sound
via Wallula, Pasco, Yakima and Ellens
burgh. Construction work will begin in
March, and it is hoped to have through
connections by August 1.
The next two bi-weekly parties of the
Yakima fire department on tbe evenings
of January 14th and 28th, will be given
for the benefit of the K. of P. Grand
Lodge fund, and on Washington's birth
day, February 22d, another party will be
given on the same scale us the late mas
querade, for which preparations are
already being made.
I). W. Boss, the civil engineer, has re
turned to his old "stomping" ground in
the vicinity of Boise, Idaho, where he
has property interests. He writes that
the diamond excitement near Nampa has
resulted in much ground being staked
off and every one's walking around with
pockets puffed out with "gems" of a
variety known as Silican, of a hardness
of 0.25 to a standard of 100 degrees.
D. Emory Mackinnon, of the firm of
Mackinnon A Murane, attorneys, re
turned from his former borne in Nevada
Sunday, accompanied by his bride, he
having been married at Paradise, Nevada,
on December 21st to Miss Lizzie Mr-
Curdy, the daughter of a prominent
mining man of that section. Mr. Mac
kinnon is receiving the congratulations
of bis many friends here over his matri
monial success, and he carries his honors
The wedding of Clifford Stout to Miss
Ella Jackson was celebrated New Year's
Eve. at the residence of the bride's
mother, Mrs. Mary Jackson, on the All
-tanum, Rev. Mr. McConaugby offici
ating. The ceremony was performed in
the presence of the family and a few in
timate friends only. The bride looked
charming in a princess costume of gray
cashmere and cherry silk. After the
ceremony those present enjoyed a splen
did repast, to which fittuig justice was
done, and then an adjournment was
taken to the parlor, where the floor had
been cleared of furniture, and the balance
of the evening was spent with music and
dancing. Many handsome and costly
presents were received, a number of
which were from relatives and friends at
Crippen, Lawrence & Co. have recon
sidered their decision and will maintain
an agency here under the control of G.
M. McKinney, who has 60 well repre
sented them since early in 1890. This
firm has about $300,000 loaned in Yaki
ma county, and, while it has been de
cide&to curtail the business throughout
the arid sections of the United States,
loans with interest have been bo
promptly paid in this district that the
compliment of retaining this agency has
been paid to Mr. McKinuey and Yaki
ma. Iv addition to the loan and irriga
tion pump business, Mr. McKinney will
conduct a general ftsl estate agency, and
so active is he and so well thought of
socially and commercially that no doubt
this new departure will prove not only
remunerative to himself, but will be a
medium of benefit to this community.
A patent chemical compound has just
been thoroughly tested in sn improved
refrigerator car with the most satisfactory
result. By a system of piping, cold is
distributed to all parts of \k* car evenly
and at almost any desired sustained tem
perature. The new chemical used with
the ice will save immense quantities of
ice. It is estimated that the new inven
tion will make a difference of about nine
cents per pound between this state and
the eastern seaboard. By the improved
process three tons of ice will last eighteen
days. It this new process can do all that
is claimed for it it will soon bscome of
great value to shippers of fruits, fish or
ze.y perishable srticle to be had here.
Washington fruits should be found
throughout all the country, as the pro
cess will lay it down in auy part of the i
United States as sweet and fresh as upon
the day of its shipment.
A welt attended meeting of tbe Yaki
ma Club waa held on Wednesday eve
ning, when the following officers were
elected for the ensuing year: Pn eident,
Frr-d It. Reed; vice-president, J. A. Tag
gsr!: secretary, S. C. Henton ; treasurer,
W, L. Steinweg; governing committee,
Fred It. ReH J. A. Taggard, Dr. W. H.
Hare, John Reed and George Donald;
house committee, E. M. Reed, A. P..
Ross and I. H. Dills. The new officers
propose to administer the sffsirs of the
club in a manner that will make it more
popular than ever before, and will begin
with an entertainment, to embrace danc
ing, which will be given in the club
rooms Thursday evening, January !9th.
Joseph Morrison was married on Sun
day, January Ist, to Miss Carrie Minner.
daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. 11. Minner.
The ceremony m preformed at the resi
dence of the brides' parents in the pres
ence of a few friends and relatives. Mr.
and Mrs. Morrison are now receiving the
congratulations of v host of friends who
are wishing the happy couple atterj joy in
their new life.
Walter Cornett nrcompuined his broth
er, Rev. W. H. Cornett, "n his re
turn to Spokane Wednesday, and ex
pects to make that city Ins home. Pre
vious te leaving Mrs. John Donald enter
tained a large party in their honor nt
at her pleasant home on Second street.
W. M. Heiney succeeds Oeorjta H.
Watt as principal of th* city s hools.
The trustees of the Ahtannm academy
part with Mr. Heiney with extreme re
gret, his position in that excellent e.'u -ii
tional institution he'im filled by l(.«v. F.
S. McConaughv assisted by his wife.
Mrs. C. M. Lampion, local superintend
ent of iuvenile work, assisted by the W. C.
T. U. will organize a Loyal Temperance
Leg.'ir: ftt the Christian church Thursday,
Jan. 12th, at 4 o'clock p. ni. Everyliody
is cordially invited, the young
Mrs. Jeffers returned Friday, from
Chicago, where she was called by the
sudden death of her father. Mr. ami Mr*.
Jeffers hove decided to remain in Yakima
and will at once begin the const ruction
of a residence.
Oregon raised between 24,000 and 2">,<ioo
bales of hops in '92 of which about 0,
--000 bales remain unsold. There has '.X'en
considerable new acreage and the crop
estimates for the coming yeor nre 41,000
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Carpentpr enter
tained their friends at their homo on
Monday evening, in a very pleasant man
ner. A most enjoyable time is reported
by those present.
George C. Mills was in the city to-day
aud reports that he has suspended sur
veying operations on tho reservation for
ten days owing to the heavy fall of snow.
Samuel Vinson was a Tacoma visitor
this week. One of the Sound papers re
fers to Mr. Vinson as the latest candidate
The case against the Roslyn bank rob
bers was called for trial at Ellensburgh
this week but continued for the term.
Smallpox has made its appearance at
Wenachee and a portion of the town Ims
been placed under quarantine.
Fred R. Reed received the first of the
Columbia stamps seen in this city, on
I, A. Navarre, presidential elector pass
ed through Yakima to-day Iwund for
L. C. Reed has left Wenachee and is
now the leader of the Waterville cornet
"Only a Country Girl," at Mason's
opera house, Friday evening January oth.
Lieut. Bell, of the British navy, is in
the city visiting his sister, Mrs. Wm Ker.
"Only a Country Girl," at Mason's
opera house, Friday evening January 6th.
Philip Ditter has been confined to his
home this week by a severe cold.
The Commissioners In Session.
J. B. Reavis presented a petition nu
merously signe.l, for a bridge across the
Yakima river at Zillah, and upon rec
ommendation of the county surveyor, the
plans of the bridge furnished by Engineer
Guy Sterling were accepted and the board
ordered bids for same advertised. >
Road district No. '24, commencing at
the north-west corner of section 20, town
ship 13, range 19 east; thence east one
mile; thence south 3 miles; thence "west
one mile; thence north 3 miles, was
The board canvassed the returns for
election of road overseers, and found
the following named elected:
District No. I. N.J. Potter; 2, L. L>.
Lare; 3, George Finn; 4, Samuel Lightl;
5, Henry Oldenstadt; 7, M. Sampson;
9, Wallace Wiley; 10, Isidore Mondor;
12, W. C. Coffin; 14, Wesley Boyd; 10,
Fred Bealey; 18, George Chapman; 20,
A. J. Burge; 22, Henry Sanders.
The board granted a liquor license to
Dan Cornell & Co., of Prosser.
A. F. Switzer was awarded the con
tract for repairs to be made in the su
perior court room at a cost of $203.
A long list of bills against the county
was disposed of.
On petition of W. E. Thornton aud
Lafe Little for appraisal of school land,
to-wit: Se 'i ot ne £ of section 36,
township 12, range 19 east, and bw \t\
of se '4 of section 3(1, township 14, range
17 east, board will meet January (> for
the purpose of making said appraisal.
The cost sale of clothing at I'ngtr „
Mulligan's will continue through Janu
ary. This is an opportunity that no one
can afford to miss. *4t.
A large amount of new paper stock lor
Tim Herald job office is now be/axg re
ceived daily. All kinds of printing exo
cuted in tlie best style.
"Only a Country Girl," at Mason's
I opera house. Friday evening January lith.
/.KPBYLS Fill DLLAI.
A Hal. Ii ol i uri.ll.n >ol«« Iran.
• In- Tin < palls el il.«- Kuunjrs
«1.1.- Sr. .in...
A school house is to Ik? built in the
town in the near future.
A blacksmith shop has Ik-cii o|>ened
gmn and finds plenty of work for two
Louis Olt has a saloon at Xillah and is
congratulating himself over having
chosen a location where business is gen
\V. N. Granger, general manager of the
canal company, is now ot headquarters
in Zillah, but expects to lie away most
of the month on an eastern trip.
Harvey .'< Jaeger are now located in
their new store building, where they
carry a large stock of dry ■OOdl and gro
ceries and are doing an excellent business.
A daily hack is now running between
Zillah and Toppenisb. carrying passen
gers and mail. It leaves Toppeuish on
the urrival of the morning train from the
west. S. K. Stories proprietor.
A bridge wiil lie located opposite Zillah
and Toppeuish station, which will be of
great convenience to the Sunnyside
country, as from thirty to forty teams
now cross the free ferry maintained by
the canal company, daily.
That Zillah is becoming a trading cen
ter is apparent, for Hie writer counted
twelve four-horse tenuis, ten two-horse
tenuis. beM'ies numerous saddle horses
on the streets at one time recently. The
Indiana also find Zillah a convenient
William Hani Hall, consulting en
gineer of the irrigation company, lately
visited Ziilah lor a conference with Gen
eral Munuger < iranger aud Resident En
gineer (luy Sterling regarding changes in
the location of the conn!, by which the
line is shortened and more land is cov
ered than by the original survey.
A rancher living near Snipes mountain
attempted to ford the Yakimu river op
posite the Hoi brook place with a four
horse leani, Wo'lnt-siiiiy, mid had a close
call for his life. The leaders swung down
stream and getting into deep water all
the horses wore drowned before assis
tance could be rendered.
A butcher simp and market has lately
bee'; opened by Henderson A Barnes and
is dotal! a flourishing and growing busi
ness. It wits greatly needed and duly
r.ppreciatcd. A drug store, hardware
store and a>i agricultural implement
house would also do a good business at
Au opening ball wus given in the J.
H. Lowell building, Which is tifty-four
feet long by twenty-four wide, the other
evening, an 1 forty couples participated
in tho danct. Au excellent supper was
served in the Zillah hotel, which is now
in rauiißg order and furnishing satisfac
tory accommodations to transient guests.
from an B:ilcii«.tiiirjjli View.
Ellensburgh Rftiinter: Mr. Win. John
son and Miss Lena Becker, of this city,
took first prizo in a waltzing contest at a
mask ball recently given at Nortli Yaki
ma. For the gentleman the trophy was
a fine hat, while the lady's prize was a
handsonifl dress pattern. Miss Becker
also received a fine diamond pin in recog
nition of being the best formed lady at
The Register was right at least with re
gard to Miss. Becker and Mr. Johnson
taking the first prize for waltzing, and
they were entitled to it too; but as lo the
Ellensburgh lady "being the best formed
lady at the ball," there may bo room for
dispute. It is not for the bachelor editor
of Tn k Herald to pass upon such mat
ters, but local pride compels him to state
that there were as many spectators pres
ent at the ball as there were active par
ticipants, and a casual glance around the
hall would lead to the belief that tlie
mottled charms of the Yakima ladies
were fully equal to those more lavishly
displayed by tho well molded prize w in
ner from our northern sister municipality.
Advertised Letter I,lst.
Letters uncalled for at tbe poHtoffice at
North Yakima for tho week ending Ja
nuary 7, 1893:
Carter, James Colemon, Mrs E
Cato, WR Cooper, II C
Crist, Ritdic-2 Del'riest, A P
Grouer, Mrs Alice tiritruh, JI)
HarrM.JS Heaton, C 11
Jattcn, C Kraft, A A
Larson, John-2 Muller, Robert
McGlothlin, J II Muanacp, Dick
McClelland, II A Pitman, A L
Proper, Hon M F Ftife .t Bonne
Persons calling for any of the above
letters please give the date on which ad
vertised. Roiikrt Dt mm, P. M.
Yakima City Lisl —
Yakima, Wami., Jan. 1, 1893.
Brennar, Joseph Chisholm, Otus
Ditter, Chas Dickerson, W W
Dttglaa, Robert Dwyer, Ed
Gihlin, Robert Freer, N M
Gibson, Andrew lierig, John
Jim Klickitat (Ind) Joseph, F B (Ind)
liar huh, J< p Hesse, Minnie
Johnson, Frank lirinnaraes, Henry
l^eonard, Deater Leeper, Walter
Martin, Thos L Libbey, Pascal, 3
Moulton, Joseph McLean, Robert
Nyeness, O C McDaniel, Sam
Ormeby, Will Nicolls, Edward
Robinson, Win Reed, ('has
Smith, X Sins, G D
Taylor, B P Smith, Ray.
K. Lot iion, P, M.
Person * Indebted to Dr. E. E. He-; will
please .'all and settle same immediately.
Ma. kin Mites' Mirvni:.
Office ever Sinclair's nsrMM store. 30
I'uger ,<c Mulligan oS/et v "crisp snap"
to all who are in need of clothing. Save
money by utt. tiding the cost sale which
will continue throughout January. Ml.
Chicken wheat, feed oats, chop barley, I
bran and -dioriscaii Ik- bad at tbe North j
Yakima roller mills. 44tf
15 i mi:
Best Baking Powder
The Official Government Reports:
The United States Government, after elaborate
tests, reports the Royal Baking Powder to be of
greater leavening strength than any other. (Bul
letin 13, Ag. Dep.,p. 599J
The Canadian Official Tests, recently made, show
the Royal Baking Powder highest of all in leaven
ing strength. (Bulletin 10, p. 16, Inland Rev. Dtp.)
In practical use, therefore, the Royal Baking
Powder goes further, makes purer and more perfect
food, than any other.
Government Chemists Certify:
"The Royal Baking Powder is composed of pure and
wholesome ingredients. It docs not contain cither alum or phos
phates, or other injurious substances. m
"Edward G. Lovi, Ph.D."
"The Royal Baking Powder is undoubtedly the purest
and most reliable baking powder offered to the public.
" Henry A. Morr, M. D., Ph.D."
"The Royal Baking Powdter is purest in quality and high
est in strength of any baking powder of which I have knowledge.
" Wm. McMurtris, Ph. D."
TIE OHM mN MM.
I .inn. ll.ii.in Cox I I. , i. .1 May/or pro
. .in.. S. c. 11. Justice. The
« It) Attorney Uouu. ....
Tlie city council met in regular session i
Monday evening, a ith Mayor Weed in ;
the cbair and all the conncilmcn present, i
The (ire committee made no report on
the lire alarm system, hut it is about de-1
cided to connect the city hall with tho
power house by a single wire.
In the matter of opMrtng Yakima aye-1
ntie and A street, the committee visited j
Superintendent Prnwcll, of Ellensburgh, j
and were asked to furnish tho railroad |
company with a plut of the land desired
abandoned, and that the railroad com
pany would have their answer ready
within sixty days.
Reports of the city officers were read
Warrants were ordered drawn for bills
to the amount of if 1,510.911.
The city attorney, by a vote of four to
three, was removed from office.
The unexpired liquor license of M. Q.
Wills was ordered transferred to O. W.
Councilman Cox was elected mayor
pro tern, by acclamation, to servo during
tbe absence of Mayor Weed ut Olympia.
An election was held for city justice,
resulting in tho choice of 8. C. Henton.
J. O. Clark received three votes.
On motion the office of street commis
sioner was discontinued until March Ist.
The merchants' protective agency was
granted the use of the council chamber
for meeting purposes.
Considerable complaint having been
made by residents on the west side of the
track about the overflowing of the
Scliunno ditch, the council instructed the
city marshal to notify keeper of said ]
ditch to confine it withyi its hanks or
When Baby was sick, we gave her Caatorla.
When Mm was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she clung: to Castoria.
When ahe bad Children, she gave them Caatorla
Billtardists, give attention; tho billiard
table at Sbardlow & McDaniel's has been
completely overhauled and is now as
good as when it came from the fueto/v,
for it not only lias been newly cov
ered but a splendid set of genuine
ivory balls have been purchased. A
game of billiards aud a tdass of Pabsl'
Milwaukee beer is a pleasant way to
spend an evening and these are induce
ments which Messrs Shardlow _ McDan
iel have to offer. 11-tf
Schott Bros, have secured the services
of H. LrWalen, the well known shoe
maker, ami are now prepared to do the
best of custom work and repairing, (jive
them a call 42 tf
Shardlow and McDauiel now keep
Pabst's Milwaukee beer on draught.
"It has no superior" it is the verdict of
all who have tried it. 11-tf
Cle-Elum Tribune: Mine No. 3 at Ron
ald closed .low n Saturday, and it is proh
able that no more work will be done
there this year. In the vicinity of 200
men were laid off. The sudden dropping
off in the demand for coal and the large
simply on hand along the line is said to
be the cause.
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder—No Ammonia; No Alum.
Used in Millions of Homes —40 Ytars the Standard.
THE "If ROAD IS THE (OWI.IT/.
Observations «I Colonel Hoaa In the
Cascades-The Next lt.iilr.iu.rl
Via North Yakima.
Colonel Frank 0. Koss has just re
• turned from a three weeks' trip to the
i Cowlitz pass, across the Yakima Indian
j reservation and thence south via Fort
, Simcoe to Goldendale, in Klickitat
county, says the Tiicoms Ledger. Mr.
Ross says he took the trip to familiarize
himself with tlie country through which
i he thinks there will be extensive rail
i road operations within the next few
I years. He went from Tacoma to Yakima
and from there |up the Tietan river,
which runs right up to tho Cowlitz pass.
This river empties into the Natchez four
or five miles from Yakima, and afford* a
very fair grade from the sage brush
country lo the interior of the Cascade
range, though some heavy rock work
will have to be done iv several places if a
railroad is ever built on its banks. In
the puss, Mr. Ross ..eard of the party of
Chicago, Burlington A Quincy survej'ors
which has been making some recounoi
tering surveys through the different Cas
cade mountain passes. The engineers
had gono but some of their stakes were
to be seen, Mr. Ross heard that they
had also been running lines through the
Natchez pass. He found the snow four
feet deep in the Cowlitz pass three weeks
Returning to Yakima he set out to ex
plore the Yakima reservation, accom
panied by Rev. |Mr I'earne, a wealthy
Yakima Indian, who is both preacher
and stock raiser, having now over 1000
head of cattle, which he is fattening on
j the reservation.
They spent several days on the reser
| vat ion. visiting old Fort Simcoe, which
I is on the reservation between Toppenish,
on the Northern Pacific's main line, and
tioldi'iidale. The Yakima reservation
contains about sixty square miles and
1200 Indians, and the government sur
veyors are now surveying it preparatory
to allotting the lands among the Indians.
Single braves will receive eighty acres of
i land each and families leu acres. Said
j Mr. Ross: "The reservation land is very
good, but of course it cannot be devel
oped until it is thrown open. There is a
| fine tract of nearly undeveloped land be
tween Fort Simcoe and Goldendale which
i will afford room for some large settle
ments. It ia about thirty-five miles long.
The soil is like that at North Yakima,
except that it contains more clay. It is
composed chiefly of lava deposit.. They
raise good crops down there without irri
gation, both wheat ami stock lieing
raised very profitably."
Hill NK..NNF -. OR l.l.jl'.ll: II HUT CURED AT
Home in Ten Days by Auminihterino Doc
tor ll.inrs Celebrated Golden Specific —
It cau be given in a glass of beer, a cup of
coffee or tea, or in food, without the knowledge
of the patient. It is absolutely harmless, and
will effect a permanent and speedy cure, wheth
er the patient is a moderate drinker or an alco
holic wreck. It lias been given in thousands of
caaes, aud in every instance a perfect cure has
followed' It never fails. Tbe system once Im
pregnated with the specific, It becomes au utter
mpoaslbillty for the liquor appetite to exist.
Cures guaranteed, 48 page book of particulars
free. Address the Golden Specific Co., ISS
Race Street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
The installation of the officers elect of
the Knights of Pythias will be held Wed
nesday evening of next week. Arrange
ments fur a pleasant entertainment are
now in progress, which will include a
dinner for eighty at the Hotel Yakima.
The last of tho issue of $75,000 of
I county bonds were signed by ComruuV
; sioner Stephenson on Tuesday.
NO SUPERIOR OR EQUAL ON EARTH
ARK YOU AWARK THAT THE CAST IRON STOVE
H A THING OF THE TABTT BUY ONLY THE
IT IS MADE OF STEEL AND WILL WEAR™^***
FOR EVER. NOTHING LIKE IT ON THE MARKET.
MJn_¥-ljfTtO Ac MAHLER, AGTS„
■ell th*m «t eastern price*, freight added. They carry a complete line of Tin «od Hardware and
are headquarters lor Sporting Hoods, fall aud see them. l.icley block, next to Hotel Yakima.
I take this method ot notify inn tbe public that I have reopened the blacksmith shop on the cor
ner of Front and B street* 'formerly Harvey A Ills-earn> where I will be pleased to see ail of my
old customers and many new ones.
"**i^*igC_Sl_af?^^^M_3^ y In horseshoeing I guarantee first class work, ami for
testimonials I refer the public to those horsemen who
have been my patrons during my residence in Yakima Call and nee me.
The - : WINTER :-
I b again upon us and realizing this fact we have prepared
for it. and are now offering an immense line of
, At price to suit all. The best value for your money in
s^llOWn Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Boots and Shoes, Hats,
Etc., can be had at
North Carpenter's : Clothing : House,
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Yakima Carriage Factory!
M. s**Ol£Ol_]N, Proprietor.
Manufactures Carriages sud Buggies at Kasteru
Pries*. Satisfaction always guaranteed. All
kinds of repairing and painting dune with Neat
ness and Dispatch.
North Yakima, Washington.
If You Thing of Purchasing Call and See Me.
—AND— ln the Superior Court ot Yakima County, Stat*
-^ . _, of Washington.
Candy Factory, *«*wwtwgss_ ; ]
i. METZGER, PROPRIETOR. AHD,,M %Sn,j
Aetfon brought In the superior oourl of Yakima
county, auteof Washington, at North Yakima
and complaint filed In the office <if tbe clerk
Constantly on baud a supply of •«'«' court on tbe 2nd day of January, 1893.
of Fresh Dread. Pies, Cakes'. Tbe state of Washington to the above named
.leiendant: You are here notified that Albertle
Turubull has Bled a complaint againu you iv
the superior court of Yakima county, state of
mum-UN CANDIES. 3__ »I£Q^j&_|
days alt** tie6th day of January, 1593, aud un
. les* you f.p'ear and answer the same on or be
fore the "tn day of March, 1893, the same will
If you have a tooth for sweets co-^dM*!"* 1 ** ' *** Pr*m °* "**
lu yre m .nd frVah "■ T'" >' "• The *** •ud ""», «°' »iJ comphtnt is to
purmii.iiri.li obuin an absolute divorce from the defendant
vadtu vavtiia umcii upon the grounds of cruel treatment and of fail-
INUKiH YAKIMA, WASH, ure and neglect upon the part of the defendant
to support tbe plaintiff.
._ _ Wltueasmy hand and tho seal of said
Get your wedding stationery, invita- l"*H f.^XT.i^ *" 2nd d*x °'
tions and ball program" at Tun Hbhald _ , , ', ,i>Viii.ey kshelman,
_ i* ■ t County clerk and clerk ol the Superior court.
Office. I If. J. Snlvely. attorney for Plaintiff oc