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THE YAKIMA HERALD.
i ii i K~.HA i. March i«. ir.i
By mutual agreement between the publishers
of the city papers the carriers list has been dis
continued and all paper, will hereafter find
their way through the mat office. This change
has been fouud desirable owing to the difficulty
of .ecurlng carriers who will not. through rare
les.uesa, neglect .uhscriher.. The fall«re of
any .übseribcr to receive Thb llimin uuder
tbl. new arrangement should I* promptly re
ported at the office. K. M. XXI n
Birn, Wednesday. March 13, to the
wile of I'cter Walen. a daughter.
Mrs. IV H. Shannon left Monday fur
Tacoma, to lie absent a week or ten days.
Kawcett Bros, received a car load ol
handsome carriages and hnggiss this
Mrs. J. 1,. I...sen Old left for Portland,
on Friday last, to he absent about a.
Miss Mollie Mi-Daniels is visiting her
sister, Mrs. Milford Thorp, of Kittitas
State Auditor L. A. (iriines arrived
from Olympia Wednesday and spent the
following «lav in the city.
O. V. Uammon, formerly a partner of
P.J. Herke in the candy business, is now
a resident of New Orleans.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Ely, of Lower Yak
ima, were the guests of Governor and
Mrs. Church, at Kverett, last week.
Colonel J. 11. Taggart is another of the
many who see prosperity in hops, and he
is arranging to plant ten acres to this
The Misses Carrie and May Young
have returned from Ellensburgh, where
they havo been attending the Normal
J. ft, Metiinnis and family arrived
hero this week from Illinois, and have
purchased and moved onto a tract of land
in the Sunnyside country.
Walter J. Milroy arrived from Olympia
on Wednesday to take part iv the nego
tiations for the purchase of some prop
erty in which he is interested.
O. T. Stratum ami Editor McGuire, of
the Spokai.e Chronicle, arrived on Satur
day last from Olympia. Mr. McGuire
left for Spokane the following night.
There is a wonderful giggling girl at
tending ths Deestrick Skule, and no one
should fail to see her at the Ahtanum
academy on exhibition night, March 24.
Postmaster A. C. Walker was up from
Zillah this week shaking hands with his
numerous friends. He says Tug Hkrai.d
is very popular in the Sunnynide district.
The Horton house of Kll'-nsburgh
closed on Saturday. Mr. Steiner says
the furniture will be moved to this city
and sold. Ellenshurgh is now without a
The reported rich strike in the Swauk
mines, by which the "Mother lode" of
the district was discovered, and the
assays showed $20,000 per ton, proverl to
have no foundation.
County Treasurer «ieorge Nevin is so
seriously ill that his life is dispsired of.
He has been confined to his bed for sev
eral weeks, and fears are expressed that
life cannot be prolonged many days.
Frank Bissell is over from South
Prairie looking after the improvement of
sixty acres of land, which he has pur
chased from tbe N. P., Y. 4K. I. Co.
Mr. Bissell says he will at once place his
land under a thorough state of cultiva
The fourth of the series of literary en
tertainments for the benefit of the public
library will be held at the residence of
Mrs. 11. 11. Allen, on Saturday, March
18, at 3 o'clock. Mrs. Guy Sterling will
furnish a paper upon Venice with illus
trations, and appropriate music will be
George P. Eaton, of Tacoma, spent
Saturday and Sunday in Yakima, look
ing after his Sunnyside ranch. Mr.
Eaton will plant forty acres to hops this
spring. He stated to Thk Hebvi.d re-
porter that the contractor informed him
that work on the Zillah bridge would be
commenced within six weeks.
George Graham has succeeded J. C.
Liggett as N. P. cashier at the depot, and
Mr. Liggett resumes his old position as
warehouse man. The change was found
necessary owing to the demand for a
cashier who was also a telegraph opera
tor. Miss Jennie E. Davis has arrived
from Puyallup and taken charge of the
Western Union office, which was made
vacant through Mr. Graham's promotion.
Mr. and Mrs. George Donald enter
tained their friends with progressive
euchre Wednesday evening. Mr. Voor
hes and Miss Dunning secured the first
prizes, and Mr. Sperry and Miss Effa
Cary the booby prizes. Those present
were: The Misses Dunning, Donald,
Nichols, Rose Cary, Effa Cary, Cudlip,
Ftilkerson, Merwin, Cooper, of San
Francisco, and Vaughn ; Messrs. Vance,
Stratton, Charles Hare, J. Donald, Dills,
Voorhes, Sperry and 11. H. Lombard.
The Indians of the Ahtanum have been
indulging in a pom-pom or tomanimaa
dance during the past week to propitiate
the good spirit into sending a chinook.
The Indians have lost a great number of
cayuses on account of the long and severe
winter, and they are getting afraid that
they will have none left. The pom-pom
has been held st Ysllup's place, and for
four daya and nights tbe dancing was
carried on with little intermission. Yal
lup furnished three beeves to feed those
taking part in the incantations, and it ia
said he offered to spend $500 in a grand
blow-oat if a success was made in raising
the (warm) wind, which has not as yet
pot in sn Bppearancs.
On Friday last Oovernor M<<'raw ap
pointed John B. Allen to ths vacant U. S.
senatorship, but thfr"e is hsrdly s possi
bility of Ihe senste confirming the
appointment. The law ol precedent is
clear. The governor can sppoint only to
a vacancy occurring in the recess of the
legislature and which the legislature
could not anticioale. When the legisla
ture, having had knowledge that a va
cancy would occur by expiration of a
term, neglecta to provide for it, the sena
torship remains vacant until ths legisla
ture at its next session shall, by electisn,
fill the existing vacancy.
K. F. Benson reports thst for the first
half of March his sales ol Siiniiysi.lt'
lands atnountsd to over $ 15,001), and he
is only one ol five agents handling the
irrigation company's property. Mr. Ben
son estimstes thst all of the company's
desirable lands will be sold before the
close of the present year. The purchasers
are making substantial improvements,
and a great section of country thst was
nothing more than a Darren desert a year
ago now teems with life, and is dotted
with a giiod class of farm houses.
Olympia should have t-cen east of the
Cascaili's, ssys the Walla Walla L'mion-
Juurnal. It seems to lie the custom ou
the west side to prolong election contests.
Last fall it required something like 800
ballots iv the council st Ballard to choose
a county clerk. Feeding on oysters and
sea breez.es serins to impart a tenacity to
original purposes and an aversi«m to com
promise. If the capitol had lieen in ths
balmy valley of the Yakima instead of
on Puget sound the legislature might have
elected it senator.
Mr. Barlow, of the firm of Barlow A
Burlingame, informed a Yakima citizen
the other day that work would he com
menced mi the Natcheez and Wide Hol
low line ot canal as early as the weather
would permit. This firm also contem
plates building a high-lint- canal for the
Moxee, takingthe water from tho Yakima
at a point in the Selah valley.
Mr. and Mrs. K. It. Learning will
leave in a few days for Ssn Diogo, Cat.,
in hopes thst the change will prove ben
eficial to their health. Later on they
will visit relatives in Philadelphia, and
New Jersey. Bnd return home by the
way of Chicago, where they will take in
the sights of the World's fair
Upwards of thirty vocalists met in
Bailey's music store Tuesday evening and
formed a choral society. W. 15. Dud
ley was elected president, Henry Teal,
treasurer, and Miss Annis Mattoon, secre
tary. Much enthusiasm was evinced, and
it was decided to secure music at ones
ami begin rehearsing.
Colonel L. 8. Howlett returned from
Olympia on Friday night of last week.
Wheu met on the platform and asked
whore all the dark horses were, he waved
his hand towards the Pullman and re
marked that there was the blooded stock
car and that it was loaded down.
(',. 1.. Cline, of Puyallup, is in the city
tiiis week and looking alter his property
interests here. He paid a visit to the
artesian wells on Sunday and considers
himself well repaid for the trip. It is
Mr. Cline's intention to re-locate in Yak
ima this year.
Rev. R. I). Nevins, the former rector of
the Episcopal church of this city, who
hss lately recovered from a long and dan
gerous illness, is preparing to make a
trip to China on a visit to his brother,
who is working in the missionary field.
The opening of Schanno A Chapman's
new dry goods store Saturday proved a
great success. Over three hundred ladies
visited the store during the day and ad
mired the beautiful goods artistically dis
Astronomically this Is one year in
twenty. The moon passed rompletely
over February without getting a jag on,
but was full twice during January, and is
fated to have the same experience in
Fred R. Reed, James Gilbert and A.
K. Kiscock left lor the east Thursday,
East in a few days to perfect some busi
ness arrangements and deals which
promise to prove of great benefit to
A largo congregation greeted Bishop
Wells at the Episcopal church Sunday
and enjoyed a most excellent sermon. At
the close ot the services Miss Stackhouse
was confirmed a member of the church..
J.J. McDaniel is an applicant for office
as special agent of the interior depart
ment, and has received a large number
of signatures to his petition asking for
Fifty years ago this month Dr. Marcus
Whitman arrived in Washington, after
his famous winter ride on horseback from
Oregon to the states.
There was a heavy fall of snow at El
lensburgh on Friday last, and by night
"the beautiful" covered the ground to
the depth of seven inches.
L. E. Sperry is anticipating the ap
pointment to represent Yakima county
at the World's fair during June, July
August and September.
Jobn B. Allen passed through Yakima
Monday morning, bound for Washington,
D. C., to present his senatorial cre
Mias Fulkerson has resigned her posi
tion in the telephone otFu-e, snd has been
succeeded by Miss Anna Dunn.
Representative Wee.l is of tbe opinion
that McGrsw will call an extrs session of
The marriage of Mr. J. Donald and a
young lady of this city is announced for
Fred K. Reed was called to Portland
on Monday by the illness of his wife.
Henry Teal was initiated into the mys
teries of Masonry on Ssturdsy night.
Dr. W. 11. Hare returned Monday night
from a short visit to Hot Springs.
Mrs. Ed O. Miller, of Spokane, is visit
ing friend* In this city.
U H'IVTRKk Skill! OF LDU *.«».
A S.icl I'nirM.lnmriii lor Ihr B<
'in ol Ihe thiamins Arao
e.iij on BJarch I4ih.
Al early candle lighting on Friday
evening. March 24, ths good folks of the
Yakima valley are invited to attend a
session of "Ye Deratritk Skule," to bs
held st the Ahtanum Academy, lor ths
benefit of that worthy institution of learn
ing. The admission pries has lieen placed
at (our shillings for adults and two shil
lings for students. The curtain will be
rsised at 8 o'clock sharp, and the Skule
master and Committsomen, as well as
the Skollars, hope to see sll their friends
present from town end country. The
Skulemaster is our well known friend.
Jeremiah Switchem, and the Committee
men are know n by all aa Squire Mosshsck
and Former l-rroweoai-tr. • ftr f*oli"c*slt t!t»'
Skollars who will answer to their nan.es
will probably be I'atience Honeysuckle,
Charity Bean Blossom, Elizabeth Vic
toria Drink water, Polly Snodgrass, Prrs
i-illi. Primrose, Telephonis Poleson, So
phronia Serena Poseygsrden, Nancy
Crowbar, Anna Maria Honeysuckle, Mary-
Ann Dooli:tl<\ Sainantha Pancake, Mi
hitabel Buttermilk, Jerusha Honeysuckle,
Harrison Blame Boulevard, Hannibal
Hamlin Todd, Urover Cleveland Morgan,
Samuel Smooth, Michael Klynn, Jeremiah
Daniel Cox, Prohibition Billson, l-'r.ekiel
Jedediah Honeyauckle, Esau Isaac
Brownlouf, Timothy Tuck snd Thomas
Act 1 — Children on their way to
Act 2 —School in morning session;
school call; roll call; singing exercises;
primer class; reading; grammar; ge
ography; spellin-j; singing.
Act 3—Scone on playground at noon ;
calisthenic drill by siedemy students.
Act 4—Afternoon session ; Inst speech
making ilay ; singing; visit of Committee
men; visit and address by Aunt Jerusha
Honeysuckle; declamations, composi
tions, songs nnd general last day exer
cises; speech by the chairman of the
school board; remarks by the master-.
"Auld Lang Syne."
Tickets will be on sale at Janeck's
tlrug store March 17.
SALES FOR Till: WEEK EVIH.YG lilt"! 16.
Reported for Hie Herald by J. J. Tyler, abstracter
B. f. Young to S. C. Henton, lots 1, 2,
3, 4, blk lad, Hnaon'a add, fl.tWO.
H. J. Bicknoll to P. J. Flint, IJ6 screa
in sec. 8, tp. 11, n. r. 20 c., 1100.
P. J. Flint to H. J. Bicknell, 1.30 acres
in sec. 17, tp. 11, n. r. JO c., »100.
J. A. Stone to A. C. Campbell, Jr., e.?-j
of n. c. ' 4 ', s. j of n. c. ami s. w. )\
of n. w. i 4. sec. 24, tp. 14, r. 17, e**o,odU.
N. P. R. R. Co. to ft. B. Alor.se, s.w. \i
and s. c. 14, sec. 9, tp. 16, r. 10, $r>oo.
Nellie B. Luce to J. B. Warren, lot 12,
blk "I," South Park ail.l, $50.
Ontario Land Co. to Win. Ker, lots 3,
4, 5, 6, blk 310, lot 7, blk 330, Capitol
N. P..R. U. Co. to H. H. Allen, lot 10,
blk IS, 1000.
O. Beck to R. M. Wheeler, w. >.. of n.
c. <4 of s.w. \ of n. c. *,', sec. 14, tp. 13,
r. 18, $150.
O. Beck to D. E. Ixish, n. w. of s. vs. ii
of n. c. '.., sec 14, tp. 13, r. 18, ,*:: m.
11. J. Bicknoll ta O. Hslstead, '.. of
s. H of s. c. n\\ snd n. w. ~^ of s. c. 'j
and s. w. '4 of n. c. '4, sec. 8, tp. 11, r.
11. J. Bicknell to J. 8. Baker, same,
11. Sigmund to T. Milner, lots 4,5,0. 7,
8, 9,10, 11, Hugo Sigmund's 5-acre tracts,
U. 8. to S. 0. Morford, n. .-.j of s. w. >-,
and n. % of s. c. hi, sec. 3.', tp. 13, r. 18,
U. 8. to C. ft. Moore, w. ,->. of w. y.,
sec. 8, tp. 14, r. 18, $12.
«.l > crilt, .1 Letter I,l*l.
Letters unculled for at the postoflice at
North Yakima for the week ending March
Anderson, John Allison, Wm
Anderson, CC Beck, John
Campbell, John Campbell Bert
Council, J O Clarke, George
Fyan, W C Ford. Frank
Henurka, Marie Hubb, John
Hecox, Henry llano, Edward
Kays, Henry Haglund, Andrew
Johnson, Matt Joiiran, Frank
Knox, Mrs E Kemp, Ii
McCormick, llarvy McKmedii, U A
Morton, Ed Morrison, J C
Markr, Chas Perkins, J 1!
Parrish, Mrs I. Roarke, J R
Ratien, John Sandberg, Niles
similar G It Tostin, Miss A
Williams, John Wishkoug, C
Youynst, Mrs Henry.
Persons calling for any of the above
letters please give the date on which ad
vertised. . Robkbt Dinn, P. M.
Two View T.wnslilpi Oprued.
United States Land Office, I
North Yakima, Wash., March l4t>, '93.$
Notice is hereby given that tbe plats
of townships in north, range 14 east, snd
19 north, range lii east w. M., hsve been
received st this office, the surveys of the
same having been duly accented by the
commissioner of the general land ofiice.
Said plats will be officially filed on the
24th day of April, 1893. On and after
that date applications to enter lands in
the townships named will be received at
this office. Previous to April 24, 1893,
no applications for lands in the town
ships named can be received at this office.
L. S. Howlett, Register.
ft. H. Hark, Receiver.
I. E. Miller, of Suniraerville, Or., |
whose daughter was abducted, failed tn
find his child among the Yakima In
dians. Deputy Sheriff Dilley accom
panied him on the trip, but the girl who
was suppose.! to be hia daughter proved
to be a remarkably handsome half
breed of almost Caucasian wbitness of
skin. Mr. Miller left Yakima for Utah
on the trail of a band of gypsies.
Company E'a St. Patrick ball in the
Cadwell building Friday evening,
Highest of all in Leavening Power.—l-atest U. S. Gov't Report
ZtTHiUS WOl /111 HI
sonic Interesting Kale* al Flew*
I ro„, me Nu.nny.l4e aectlan —
«iioiin r Big Hop Vara.
' * Tliis" (Top acreage of the SunnysMe is
already asauuiing large proportions, much
larger iv fact than is generally appreci
ated by |ieople not acquainted with the
tacts. Among other yards lieing pre
pared is one by Fred Bellinger, a leading,
ho|>-grower ol the sound. Mr. Bellinger;
has contracted for breaking and cultivst- I
ing the ground for an 8 l-acre yard near I
/.ill.ih. He is enthusiastic over the Sun
ni side as the coining hop country.
The snow has almost entirely dissp- '
poured, leaving the roads in good condi
tion. aud in some places they are already
Colonel ft, C. Alberger, ol San Fran
cisco, one of the leading irrigation engi- [
neerri of the country, made an examine- j
tion of the Sunnyside canal and works:
last week, and reported it as being the i
most perfect piece of construction that
had ever come under his observation.
William Loryea, formerly of North
Yakima, is building a residence on his j
claim, seven miles below Zill.ili, and is
having poles hauled (or a 30 acre hop
W. N. (jraugcr, general manager ofj
the irrigation company, is again living
at Xiliah. and will remain permanently.
The cm ii pan v is preparing to operate the
canal, and will soon have a largo force
employed in getting it in reudiuess for
the season. They expect to deliver water
through 41 miles of the main canal by
April 1. ...
HOMES AT THE WORLD'S PAIR.
There is no reason why anyone should
be deterred from visiting the World's
fair by reason of possible inconvenience
snd uncertainty attending tbe securing
of satisfactory hotel accommodations.
The Northern tall railroad will in I
duo time publish low excursion rates to
Chicago and return for this occasion,
while its double daily passenger train !
service, including through sleeping cars
of both classes (standard and tourist) to
Chicago, will as usual bo at the head of
the list in every particular.
To help you in fixing in adrance upon
your place of residence, while attending
the World's fair, we have placed in the
hands of our agent at your station a book
compiled by perfectly trustworthy parties,
called "Homes to Visitors at the World'B
Fair." This little book, which you can
purchase for 50 cents, contains a list of
about 9,000 private families who will ac
commodate visitors in Chicago during
the time of the fair, viz.: May 1 to Oc
tober 3J; gives their mimes and addresses,
and number of rooms each will have to
spare. The book also gives a list of the
li.id i~ and their locations; has twelve
full-page large-scale maps, each repre
senting a Mention of the city, so that with
this information before him the inteml
ing visitor himself can, at leisure, select
tho quarter of the city in which he would
prefer to stop, corresponding in advance
with one or more families in that locality
with regard to rates and the accommoda
tions desired. A. D. Charlton,
A. G. P. A.
At the earnest solicitation of many cus
tomers, William I.co, the well known
dealer in boots and shoes, corner First
and Chestnut streets, has reconsidered
his intention to no longer handle ladies',
misses' and children* footwear, and has
now in stock a full and attractive line of
these goods, with several large orders on
the road from the cast. Mr. I.#ee is a
practical shoemaker and makes bis pur
chases with the eyes of experience and
for the welfare of bis customers. His
stock of boots and shoes for men is com
plete, well selected, and the prices are
reasonable. Give Mr. Lee a call and be
Governor John 11. Mc-Graw has pur
chased a claim of 320 acres of land, under
the Leadbetter canal, in the lower end of
Yakima county. He hasn't indicated
that he would forsake politics snd bank
ing, in order to grow hops and fruit, but
it is within the range of possibilities.
Wall Paper -spring Block Jhsi in.
.lew »i|ic» new design* and new
price* al Lombard aY Horsier*.
Jas. Curran, at the Green Front, next
door to Carpenter's has the most complete
line of canned goods in the city. The
prices are within the reach of all. tf
The contest of James Elliott against
John Sinsel, for 1430 acres of land in the
Moxee, is being heard in the local land
office. Mr. Sinsel tiled on the claim un
der the timber culture act.
Do not fail to hear Ihe Swedish quartet
with Ole Olson next Tuesday evening.
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder.—No Ammonia; No Alum.
TJs*©d in Millions of Homes —40 Years the Standard.
II Till lIH.lt OF BOPS
Additional 4 on tract. BaWaM for 1 ret.
Il.lng » Hew toil, Lloarri-
View al Hop natter*.
Louis l.ai hum ml, Hurst Bros.' Puyal
lup representative, spent two or Hires
days in Yakima during the past week,
au I entered into contract with W. E.
Thornton for ten acres of trellising, and
the Northern PacitK- Land company lor
forty acres. Twenty foot, ti by 0 inch
posts and No 4 wire will be used, and
the contract price is $103 per acre. Mr.
Lachmund will lie again here in a week
or ten days, snd expects to secure further
contracts. He says the trellis system is
almost a guarantee for OUO pounds in
creased yield per aero, and that it insures
even ripening, uniform color, ami an un
The trellising being put up by Mr.
Scudder and others on the Moxee will
cost less than t- ■ pet* ucre. The posts
i are 14 feet long and No. 12 wire is used.
Mr. Scudder is «-ouvince«l that this will
I prove a satisfactory support, but Lach
mund and others claim that the wire ia
too light and the |...~t not long enough.
John Bennett, a New York hop-grower,
who is visiting this state, ssys, with re-
gard to jjrophesying the price of hops,
that he tins kept statistics for the paßt
ten years ami that he has found the rule
invariable that when bops were started
at low prices the end of the season would
see the price higher, and vice versa.
Contracting for hops has been largely
done away with since the vermin has
given so much trouble, as it makes Imth
grower and buyer shy, the former because
he has no surety of how many hops he
will have, aud if be does not raise enough
to fill his contract he must secure them
at the market price, which may be far
above what the contract calls for; and
the latter on account of difficulty in get
ting the tpiality specified.
'Rose A McLaughlin,of Puyallup,claim
to have sold .210,000 hop roots in the past
week for planting in Yakima county.
Six cars of hop poles arc at the depot
ready far unloading.
SOSE CHOICE PROPERTY OFEERHIiS.
I have a numlier of 3, 5 and 10-acre
tracts for sale, from .'... to 1 mile from de
pot; all very suitable for truck garden
ing and hop raising; also a couple of
nice suburban homes of 10 and 20 acres
each. Terms: One-fourth down, bal
ance in 1, 2 and 3 years. Call soon.
7-tt J. H. Thomas.
I ringed Dado Chenille 4 urtalna,
est per pair at Lombard A Morale] -.
Curran will supply your wsnts in the
grocery line as cheap a*s any dealer in the
j city. 52tf
State Fruit Inspector D. M. .lessee says
that the peach crop in the Walla Walla
and Snake river districts is completely
destroyed, and that much of the wood of
the trees is winter killed. Yakima will
be called upon this year to supply these
Choice Seed Grain—Wheat, O.its, Bar
ley aud Corn forßuleatthe North Yakima
The commissioner of tho general land
office has affirmed the decision of the lo
cal land officers in the case of Peter P.
Berg vs. George Hinkle, whereby the
land in question, which is in the vicinity
of Soda Springs, is swarded to Mr. Hinkle,
who entered it as a homestead.
All kinds of real estate bought and
sold by G. M. McKinney, in the Syndi
cate building. 1-tf
George Krcmer is arranging to put up
a kiln of 250,000 brick as soon as the
frost is out of the ground. There are
only 30,000 brick on han<l at present, and
the indications are that not less than a
million will be required this season to fill
I ringed Dad* Chenille Curtain*
•5 per pair at Lombard A Hurtle, •»
A large crowd of merrymakers will be
present at the halt in Cadwell building
Friday evening, March 17, St. Patrick's
Day, to take part in the ball to be given
by the members of Company E, Wash
ington National Guards. The proceeds
will be devoted to establishing a yymiia
fringed llnitn 1 1n..1.ir 1 urlnliis
■5 per pair al Lombard A llur.ici*.
Ralph Kaufman, a well-known Ellens
burgh Bttorney, was in the city on Tues
Wall Paper-spring Block Ju.t In.
New si> le, hiss- design* nnd new
price* nt Lombard A Hor*le*'*.
The Honeysuckle twins will be a fea
ture of the Deeatriek Skule at the Ahta
num academy on Friday, the -'•4th itist.
UNDERTAKING j BEDDINC
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'ft' "~" ■ —-=• Wall Paper — ■ ■'
Cor. A* 2nd St 1 I North Yakima
"Walker <fe Redmon,
We carry a complete line of Staple Groceries, snd our prices are as low at the lowest
Walker «Sc "Re**3.-rrLorL,
THE - GROCERS!
JfJatTTOPERA HOUSE BLOCK. TELEPHONE NO. 2l.Jgot
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NORTH YAKIMA. WASH.
HEAL ESTATE IXSi'RAXCE
MASON'S OPERA HOUSE!
a. v. Ha**, in AiiatiEH.
Tuesday Evening, March 21
• • O J-j .lii • .
The great Sweedish dialect comedy, will be pre
Rented. The part of
Ole, tbe Flaxen-Haired Swede,
Is N-liik surernfully played tbis se.snn l-y
James T. Mc Alpine
The company la said to be the best Ihe comedy
baa ever been supplied with, aud the perform
ance li considerably brightened by tbe Intro
duction of several clever specialties, araoug
which is the original
Sweflisl Lais QDirteit.
from Stockholm, who, dressed ia tbe nation.l
costume, will reader cbarmiun melolies at each
Seats now on .ale at Janeck'..
fjaV All lji.liea (over 14 years old
gAY" who will call at my Studio on
/jet" Sattirdav, March 25, will re
£AV~ ceive a " Mantello " Photo
gjey FREE! This offer is for one
fAf day only, and to intro.lui-e the
EaV new stylo. Come prepared to
JtaV got a good picture, and bring
Mjay your friends.
EL E. .J^ltt-EUSI,
'IRST BTRIET, NEAR guili.and hotel.
i. Sciintlflo Amerieaa
B) 'j^maVaa*^ tradi -harks.
££AjmWmw^ oiaiota patsnts,
lor tnroroatioa aoB frs* Handbook writ* to
MCMM a CO.. HI Baosusr.T, Nisr YnsK.
Oldwt bar*** for sscaring pstsn ts ia A nitric*.
E1.17 pawn lak.n out t>» us is brought bsfor*
lb* a«faic br • bouc* *■'« in* ol casta, m its
f rieutific j&meriraii
ad—l drmlatioß of an. sci.nul. papsr la tbs
world. IpLndidlr iilu.ir.ian. Me int.li'gsDt
tun akosJd b* wit bout It. Ws.klT.S3oS*
Veaiumw*, MlhtdnilVi*Tstk cut.
ROAD NOTICE TO LAUD OWNERS.
In the matter uf (he petition of V. 8. Woodward
and others for a forty foot comity road, in the
county of Yakima, itate of Washington,
To I'nknowu Owueri:
j Take notice, that tut- under signed pilucipat
•petitioner for a i.-ity foof county mini, t-egiu
ning st the center of west Hue of section 3.
towusbip 12, north (if range 19 east W. M.. aud
ending at the renter of south line section 12,
towiiihij*; J north of tan-v'e JVeast W. M. will, ou
tbe nth day of March, DBS. meet the viewer*
and surveyor api>oiuted b> t tip board of County
commissioners upou the foJlowllig premises, to
wbicli ytm bave some claim or title, to wit:
1 l .mil- abutting "ii the follow inf( -Ke-oribed Hut:
romineucing at a polat oo the went line of soc
tl.u 3, township 12, north range IV eint W, M.
■ v/hete a Hue runuiug coal -mid weft will pass
through the center of »aid section are now sur
veyed, beginning at said natal nod running due
, east through the center of section* *», 2 aud 1.
twp 12, v r 1!> • W. M : also vt miuuing due east
In sec t,, twp U. ii r Aie W M, till it lutersect**
road No —; hlbo a branch mud 41 feet In width,
commencing at the center of sec 1. twp "12, n r 19
0 W. M- aud running due "ii:l, though the
center of sec 13, twp It, v r I!' c w. JlTtill it In*
tersects road No —. leading to Parker llottom.
We, the uudepdgned also pray that such pot
ations of the road know n «» the Priests Kaplds
road as He iv -sections lv, it and 12. twp 12. n r 19
«*- W M. and lv section 4, tun 12, v rWe WM. be
abaudoucd and the road fust above petitioned
for Hsed lv pioce thereof.
We furthermore pray that such portion of road
No — sooth of tbe center of wt-i hue oi section
1, twp 12, v r 19 c W M. and in tree 12, twp 12, n r
19 c W M, be abandoned and the I ranch road
above petitioned for using in its place aud tbe
viewers will then Mud there proceed to lay out
aald road, aud (should you ha* c filed with them
ou or before said day, a written application for
damages, giving a description of the premises
ou which damages or competic-atlon Is claimed!,
will then aud there proceed to asuess any dam
ages to which you may l-eeutltled ou account
of the laying out or altering of said county road
and you are hereby requested aud required to
produce a.l evidences which you may desire to
offer in relation to such dHina^es. aud do aud
perform such other acts as may be uecessarv
aud lawful in the premises, or be forever barret!
In Witness whereof, I bave hereunto set my
baud, this 2.-th day of February, UM,
K. H. WOODWARD.
Stf Principal Petitiouer.
Miff toSUtkbolders of Kinutnork Ditrh («.
N'OTICK IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT AT THE
regular meeting of said company to be bald
on the last Saturday iv March. 1893, it 1. pro
posed to repeal Article IV of the Hi l.ivs of >atd
cum pan v The .aid Article IV relate, to
Amendments, settiiis; out the manner snd time
of siring notice to amendments to tbe Ky-law.
of .aid company. p. J. FLINT,
46 lilt President.
Attest: W. W. Mo<AKTY,f»ceretarv.
Dated at North Yakima. Wash.. Inc. 8, lt**2.
IN ANY QUANTITIES, DELIVERED
F. O. B. AT PUYALLUP.
$4 AND $5 PER 1,000.
C. H. ROSS & CO.,
Oue three-year-old gray horse branded lbs.:
V V on lef. shoulder. Owner will pleas* call,
O Ol pay charges and take the animal. If not
will be disposed ot according to taw at my barn.
K. J. HAKL-IBON,
6 Jt Zitlab, Wash.
( i\ME to ray place on the Moxee one iron |r*y
v gelding, two want old, branded C on left
hip. The owner cau ha«e the Mmc by proving
property and paying charge..
March 4, IMS.