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■ve*suit* aneelsteae Tars>-
IsmH Wsrrr Her.
«tM hat* yoor husband » he
•tois f, or pfty and io ve h ini u, e
net ■ th« question advanced by a
W3ilMt woanui at dinner the other
•ifht. apropos ol Now Vorks famous
•mhanlar. Tke) ooery aurted as ani
tonaa awtioMlua, for m asusl women
wtrs Miebtod to apply personally a sab
jeel tbat-lntsrsßtod torn. Xvery lady
prwtwt promptlr tried to imagine what
b«r lndiridual emotiona wooM have b«en
had atM chanced to b* the nnhappr law
yer's wife. tn« hosten affirmed she
conld not only find it la her heart to for
fi»e, bat that hit trouble would only
endear the sinner as making him that
much more dependent upon her fidelity
•nd tMdmw. 8h« further declares
"that women aa a rule regard money
Irregularities rather Ughtly, ud If they
low ■ nan «• only resentful of offenses
agsiMt their affections. The best of
women voold far rather her husband
should defraud twenty estates than by
thought or word prove untrue to his mar
ital obligations. These sentiments," she
continued, "art the result of the radically
different codes of honor that obtain with
the two sexes. Women judge men wholly
by a domestic standard, and consider it
far more culpable to be a selfish, barah or
unfaithful husband than to forgo houi*.
body else's name, cheat a few widows and
orphana, or betray a portion of trust."
There ia a good deal of truth in what she
■ays, bnt I am not willing to believe that
women ar« so j tiiullv narrow as a!l that.
Ti -cm . .fortunes endear them to
" ' ww» than whan the tables
•W rwr«rse.l, »ul the devoted wife who is
turn stiffs; , iao keenly through her hus
tmtd* terr'te cl erace is only typical of
woman's t *! I elity.—Mrs. C-ndoor.
in Amwtff»Woman's Illustrated World.
r«fl Kit ARtiSTEt.
T>e 'ica\lir«rr.- « millnnnlrr Mnl<l I*
Charles r,. Fair, the young millionaire,
Wjjn ts' % M«rr ' Ito ■ »om»n known as
Hsui «ltcn, a few days ajro, left San
|g»«r ioo with 'iin bride on an overland
Bkjjyfliiat <-«*i for an European toeir.
pfP I ) «U.l!ug Fair transferred all
to his wife and made a will
Mmng her everything he posses^O'l.
IVhen the train upon whtch Fair and his
H-ide took passage reaviied l'ort Costa a
Beputy sheriff entered the train an<l look
forcible possession of Fair and removed
him from the train. The bride, who wits
Dot disturbed, left the train on her onu
account. The charge on which the yotrna
man was arrested ia said to be insanity.
Ha was brought to San Francisco.
Young Fair is the only mn of ex-Sen
ator James O. Fair, of Nevadn. The
young man has taken the Keeley cure
twice, but it had no apparent effert on
him. Cbales inherited (500,000 from his
mother, and on the death of his brother
$500,000 more reverted to him. Under
tbe conditions of bis mother's will. Fair
receives only an income from the money
left him, and win not secure the principal
until he ia thirty-6ve year* old. Recently,
it is MM, he thwateaed to raise money
' by pledging bis share of Senator Fair'i
estate, which he would receive when his
father die*. Senator Fair is worth many
millions <if dollars, being one of the rich
est men cyb tbe Pacific coast, and Charles
ia his ofcly son. Senator Fair, when
asked a*>ut the proposed marriage, said
he knew nothing aboa", the woman, and
said bjb son was entirely beyond control.
J hut Mm num.
s^Kilter, Wkess Diameter Ia Eleven
m Times That si the Earth.
Oar most eminent astronomers do not
pretend to give as exact reckonings on tbe
groat floating worlds outside of our own
solar system, bat witbin that monstrous
aggregation everything has been reduced
to certainty. The kingpin of this solar
system is Jopitar, "mighty Jupiter, the
colossal giant of all '.be son-kissed worlds."
Bis diameter is about 88,000 of our miles,
being about eleven times that of our own
globe; tbe circumference 275,000 miles at
tbe equator, which would give the giant a
volume exceeding that of the earth by
1284 time*. Were v poss.Me, says the
ft. l4Mrm,abtfc.lo bnng th, -rih
and Jupiter ao close together that tbe 3U
tance separating them would. *x> uv
greater than that, whwa «oc separates
tbe earth ir<k tbe moon- about U4*i,cOO
miles—wh«X« wondrous sight would be
in storvfar tlJ> residents of our little tilobe.
Tbe world o fl Jupiter would appear to us
to have > rfjJpeter forty times larger than
th»t cl ona#f>al>l mighty attendant, and
tbe surf»ct#*J bis diak would occupy a
•pac* greaWr than that of 1,600 full
mooßa <Hp this giant of planets is re
mov«d frafr Jtbe sun at a distance of 406,
--000,000 ft Bee; has an orbit of more than
I.OOtMX, I po miles in extent, and makes
a cifcait Jft its .celestial track once every
4333 da*». Thus it will be seen that a
year aajp Jupiter is equal to eleven years,
teoej »Ui*t and seventeen days on our
?lobe||. Th» immensity of the world of
Jupld ar aved its orbit may be approxi
nataßy measured by this comparison: In
2|M* *° complete its orbit in tbe time
tbove it most speed around the sun
■th a r«4i>city of 700,000 miles a day, or
■ little more than eight miles per second.
F FWJ» BIS SWEETAEART.
I They Baa (inwn vi«, But Their
' !>•▼• «•• Voniig aa tirr.
The climax of a life long romance
occurred last evening at tbe Pacific hotel,
when Justice Cart vright united in mar
riage John O. Padeu, of St. Louis, and
Mrs. Julia K. Pricbard, of Rosalia. Near
ly fifty years ago John and Julia were
sweethearts in a little village in the east.
Then the young man ieft home to seek
his fortune ia the new west, and after
many changes became a trader, dealing
with tha new settlers along tbe Missis
sippi ralley. For a loog time Julia re
ceived do letters from him.
Other suitors came and at last sbe mar
ried a you ok farmer named Pricbard and
lived happily with him for thirty years.
They, too, drifted west, finally arriving
in Washington. A few years ago Pricb
ard died and his widow moved to Rosalia.
After loog years of silence Mr. Paden,
now a •rsmltby resident of St. Louis,
learned that his old sweetheart was in
Washington and a widow. He was
seventy-two years old and sbe was only
au yean younger, bat that made no dif
tereoct. Mever did a happier brUlal
«M»P»elfave Spokane titan started home
J^J^Jgha tnis moroioif. cr Sfpoiaue
!H*^"» niiM r.to.
Biv D. R. WiLLm>-'-raT The Vole*. .
* h«i > world we're liv inir In!
Bow the mulnrom* whirl »nd splat
Railroad trains da«h 'rraai tke ptela.
Pteamabipt race the itmrtled mala.
Wine rlertric crowd the air,
Pa torlee taaader «titt waere
Whir of wheel and •cream of steam,
Falter. fletoD. belt and beam,
Rnmbilnf, tnmbllof night and der.
Trade ti bnss. trade !■ faT-
Plowman's share and woodman's axe.
Collier's picks and pedler's packs.
All proclaim with one consent,
Mao's chief curt Is—ten per cent'
Labor groans through soot and rnst,
Mill and mine and derrick dast,*
Grit and grime with brain and brawn
Till tke tolling dst Is gone.
Hopes are ap and hopvs are down,
Ixive may smile «nd h«le may frown,
nun the ehildrea must be ted.
Dally work Is daily bread,
fllckness. sorrow, want and woe
Strike the bnsy workman low.
Days of grief and nights of tears
Sadden all the weary yean.
Rent Is due; disastrous day!
Hope takes wing and flies away.
Nothing but 'be street remains.
Poor house gates, or madmau's chains.
Do or die, tor rent Is rent,
Man's chlet end Is—ten per cent.
Hum. the blight of life. Is sold,
Licensed for the poor mau's gold,
(ierm of lust aud seed of crime.
Curse of earth and cam of time,
Qrlel of home audrWoe of years.
Fount of unavailing tears.
Blight of hope and wreck of sou!:—
Toll a nation's scandal, toll I
Lot the notes fall far and near.
Let high hear n the crime-bells bear.
King them load and ring them loug,
Rlug this dark, accursed wrong
Til! avenging Right has hurled
Thl« destroyer Inn our world.
Llccuwd wrong has had lv day?
Why.^here's the dacaU! here's the pay!
Uold'itaall giid the age of crime!
Oo!d shall tluge the >ulu of time!
What care ire for want or woe?
(•old mutt come though tears must flow!
Tears will iuto bullion freeze!
Broken hearts our wi-alth Increase
Welcome sin and every shame.
Welcome deeds of darkest name,
Crime end lust mar take their bent,
Mau's chief aim i>-reu i«t cent. >
Politician lotid orates
'Bout the glory of the states.
He'll redrres the wrongs of sll
Aged men itud bablen small. «
If elected, rich and poor
Shall have eqaal Justice, snre!
Kvcry wrong of all oppressed.
Every want of all distressed
Shall on :-«ii> pinions fly.
Or he'll know the reason »hy!
He'll adjust the wheels of things,
Run the world on cushioned springs,
Change eclipses, stop the snn,
Hub his ipots off oue by one.
fkfjafc the whirlwinds how to blow,
Ketp hlith heav'u In siatn qno,
(iivsthe world a boost will he-
Let him have your votes aud see!
When to congress he is sent,
II i» Hil«*f oud is—teu t»er agsM,
-C.ptain Swrenwy, U. S. A., San Diego,
C»l., KB.v«: "Hhiloh's Catarrh Remedy
in the llnfat iixfclirine I havu ever found
that would do me any px>l." i*rice mi
cent*, by \V. if. Cimpuian, drug
Chivkep wheat, fseil nuts, cliop barley,
hritn nod gKortscan be had at the North
Yi-.kiuiii rolipr millg. 4Kf
K»r!'ii Clover Ko it, the new blood pnri
tier, cum (reahnpss and clearneu to the'
complexion and curtaconstipation. 25c.,
ooc. and *1. Sold by W. H. Chapman,
Kru'he's (Iradaciik Capsules)— War
ranfwi For aalo hv W. H. Ohnrtman.
Now it's the insurance ai-enU who are
Koiiir wrong. John Van Allen, of the
Fidelity Caxuality company, Seattle, has
taken bia leave without leaving informn
tion as to his probable destination. He
was In debt to the* company and pursued
this course poteibly as a means of econ
Svracune. N. V., Feb. 23, 1891.
My Dkar Mr. Kitbak, Pittsbarnh, Pa.
I want to ask a went favor of you. I
want you to please hpikl a lx>y down to the
hotel drug store, next to the Cafe, and
have them send half a daien boxes of
Kruuse's Headache Capsule*. I boniiht
some whilfl 1 was in Pitubnrtih and found
tt wnaderfully effectual. Ido not know
how. much they * ill cost, so would aak
to have them sent C. O. D», care of the
Colonade hotel. Philadelphia. Hoping
that ( will have an early opportunity to
return the avor, I remain.
Very truly, Bailky Avkhv,
For sale by W. H. Chapman, druggist.
Grufton, Pa., Ana. 23, 1891.
Mh. Ni.kmvx Liciity, Dcs Moines, lowa.
Dear Sir:—Your Krause's IJeada he
Capsules are good sellers and do the work
every lim«. fours truly,
For sate by \V. li. Qh«jH»an, druggist.
Shiloh's Care, the groat cough and
cronjj cura. J«iw mIo by tw. Pocket size
!«;«* ,~<;at,T-llve oaM, anly 25 cents.
OiiMrtm love it. W. H. Chapman,drug-
For first-class clothing and dry good* at
living prices go to tb» Farmers and Tra
ders Co-operative store.
M. Schorn build* first-clam buggies at
bod rock pncwi; guaranteed to be as rep
resented. • 2o,j m
Grain nacka can now be had at North
Yakima Roller Wills. 35-21
Go to tha Farmers and Traders Co-op
erative store for gilt-edge groceries at bot
Mess mackeral 15 cents; cranberries 10
cents a quart; aweet potatoes :M,, cents
per pound; fresh roll dairy butter 60
cent*; fseedleas raisins 10 cents per pound ;
maple >yrup cheap at Coffin Bros.
M. Schorn'« buegieg need no repairs.
How does he feel ?—He feels
cranky, and is constantly experi
menting, dieting himself, adopting
strange notions, and changing the
cooking, the dishes, the hours, and
manner of his eating—August
Flower the Remedy.
How does he feel ?—He feels at
times a gnawing, voracious, insati
able appetite.wholly unaccountable,
unnatural and unhealthy.—August
Flower the Remedy.
How does he feel ?—He feels no
desire to go to the table and •
grumbling, fault-finding, over-nice
ty about what is set before him when
he is there —August Flower the
How does he feel ?—He feels
after a spell of this abnormal appe
tite an utter abhorrence, loathing,
and detestation of food; as if a
mouthful would kill him—August
Flower the Remedy.
How does he feel ?—He hat ir
regular bowels and peculiar stools-
August Flow*- tha Remedy, «
A STRME CASE.
How an Enemy was Foiled.
The following rnphk* •t*t>m»'nt will h»
r»*d with tolen^* Interest: 'I cannot d«**rU»«
th« numb, rrtH'py nensatton that exlMvd Id my
fcrmft, hand* ami )»'«;.. I had lv rut> «nd b**;tt
tboM part*until Mt^ywtm *on\ tom.-i-rome
In » muJf« thfdpml fffllnij that ImJ I «k<n
pOMP—lon of iltfin. In aritiltlun, 1 hnil a
ttranfe wenknfM la my back ami .mmim m,i
wslat, together with an indwrilmbie 'now'
f«flin» In my stomach. Pbynrlnns m)>l It
wa*cr««plnx pwaivsU, from which, arconl-
Ini totbrlr untvrrvnl ooti'-luslon, there I* no
reliff. t»n.-f» It fastens upon h perww, ti..v
wy, it continue* It* inaldiou* pro*/iv>M »r:iil
tt retches a viial point mid tho millervr dl«n.
Such was my pro»,»e«*t. 1 li **1 be«*n docturiiiv
a y#«»r and a liiiif vu-artfly. but with no par
ticular bent-fit, wlirn lMw«ii:iihirn-i im-hi
of Dr HUm K**^torativ« Nervine, pn»urvd k
bottle aud began u-ttnx It- Bi.irveiouK us It
may neem. but a few day* had paired .mfitro
every bft of that crf^py fpc!ln« had h'ff ■-..*•.
and there has not been evpn tlte slijrhu-st.
Indication of lv return. I now feet :n
well aa I ever did, and have trained ten
Ed* In weight, though I h»u run down
170 to 137. Four other* huvo used Dr.
i'BeatoratlTe Nervine oa my recutnen
dation.and tt ta*bcoH asß.ithrfu* lory In their
cmwm In mine.'—James Kane, La Hue, O.
I>r. Mllea' Bestorntlve Nervine lsßoldb3ra.il
druffcUta on a positive nuariinU**?, or vnt
direct by the I>r. Wiles Medical Co.. Elkhart,
Ind., on receipt of price. #1 por bottlo, nit
bottle* for fa, express prepaid. It !•> free from
opiate* or dangerous drugs-
ISO A YEAR FOR YEAR FOR LIFE.
Substantial Rewards for Those Whose Answers
A man once entered a prison where waa ron
flned a condemned crim inn! On making a re
qHeft to he conducted Into i\w jirvflenre of the
iinomeil mait. the v[*ltpr wa* Informed that none
but relative* were i»ermJtiod to nee the pr tin tier.
The vinitnr «hM "Brother* and ilxtert have 1
p'.tte. but that man* (the prisoner'";) ffttner U
my father* non."
lf« wm at on* c taken to the prisoner. Now,
what relation wa* the r»r tanner in the visitor?
The AirricQUuratUt PtibUahlnit Company will
pi* 1!1 SiiO a year fur life w» the penon •<•.*<. int; the
first mrrprt iDnwer; S- *H) hi the ftpcoud; :ir».. $2.V);
4th, S10U: Mb, $50. and over 10.0H0 orhe> reward*.
rnn*fi>tlng of pianua. orjn.ni, ladles' and rt-nti
rold mid ailver watches, silver services, dlamoud
To the peraon M»n4in.? the last correct answer
will be Riven a hlirh toned piano, to the next to
the last a beautiful onra«, and the next 5.000
will receive valuable prises of silverware. <fee.
IULeK —1. AH answem mufft betent by mall,
and bear nonrtnark iwt later than Dee. M, IHU3.
L There will he no chame whatever to enter
this competition, bat all who compete are ex
pected to send onl dollar for *tx months *nh
scriptlon to either the LadikV Hum Mauazinc
or Thi t'AivnnN .\ itt< i-i.M'iti>r-rwo of the
atioleeMtitttifftrnte'l perl'>tllealiiof theday. 3. All
prise winner* will he expected to assist v* In
extending <mr clnulatlon. 4. The first correct
answer received (sender's wwttmara taken in all
ca»ej as date of receipt, so as to (five every one
au o-iim) chance, do matter where he or she
may reside), will *evure the first jirifc the sec
ond, the next prize, and so on.
itif. A-.iti' t i.rriiifT tsaaold cutabllshedcon
cern" and p"'Wsn*s ample oiphim ta enable It
to carry out all it* promlws. «Bcud for printed
list of former prize n-lunarft )
J i mi; k- 1 lim following well known gentlemen
have eonscutfd to act as judges aud will see that
the prises arc properly awarded: Commodore
Cak'utf, proprietor Catcntt's Line of riteamem,
I'eterbormtKh, aud Mr W. Kobeatnon, prenhleut
Times Priutint; Company, Peterbontgh. ReKl»
terallmouev lerten. Address Aqrhxbtl'rut
Pea. Co. d.'td), I'ete'borouirb, Canala.
We are in tie
H Few Good QanGUes
SOW IS ¥01R OrrORTtMTV TO SELL
LIST YOUR PROPERTY NOW,
Real Estate Sales
We abo Dnirt tt Flare Year Firt Iniraict.
We liyrauif Capita! Inrrgatug tX.mm
Leading Real Estate Dealers
of North Yakima-
The Aid Society of the M. K. ourch will hold
EVBRY SATURDAY AFTEIU.)ON * KVISISO
Commencing October 7, tt ,h« gtora* ol the
Qrtttu X'rcanliU Co. tn&E. M. Barrit,
Coniluinc of H«n>r mtlc Wblt* uA Brown
»tw«, bakmi tat, •*- (Ml
Harilware, Hip Growers Snpilies
Stoves and Tinware.
501..12 AGENT FOR
Osborne Mowers and Reapers.
Osborne All-steel Hay Rakes.
Whitley Mowers and Reapers.
Whitley Hay Rakes.
Canton Plows and Cultivators,
Wauxegan Barbed wire.
EureKa and Harris Hop Presses.
PLUMBING A SPECIALTY.
Yakima Avenue, North Yakima, Wash.
tbe Citfi UUJeat Market
SCHLODTFELT BROS., Props.
Yakima Avenue, -between Front axd First Sts.
We make it a point to keep a constant supply of
ALL KINDS OF MEAT AND POULTRY
Cured and preserved with special regard for the satisfac
tion of our Patrons.
The Most Extensive Meat Market in the City.
OUR PRIC'KB AND WEtOHTS ABE ALWAYS POPULAR.
H GROCERY H
THE POPULAR TRADE CENTER FOR KITCHEN
SUPPLIES AND DELTCACIES OF ALL KINDS.
Oil! FirsiQii? Gils Haiti
Canned Goods of all kinrts, Vegetables, meats, Coffees. I also carry a fine line of
tobaccos and cigais. Examine my goods and obtain my prices.
Yakima Avenne, Between Front and First Streets.
HAVE JOBT RECEIVED A FINE LINE OF
Boots & Shoes
For the Aicomodation of the Sprint; <">d .Summer Trade.
We carry a large, stock of Staple and Fancy Groceries, which are offered at living
prices. Give n» a call. Corner Yakima Avenue and First Street. North Yakima.
*^^ H. J. KUECHLER,
"•"""^ *j£^j' \£/~/' The Jeweler,
-$Jl\viXs&L' y orrKßs ins larch; ktock or diamonds,
■Ssfi fffffXv^n jßll YV WATCHES, I 1 or'KK AND BILVMWARC AT
2j^^^>^ W MONEY I MUST HAVE
AT THE BOTTOM ■««■'« tmk «€■.««;■.
J A. ©. PAULJ
JMRougli and Dressed Lomt]er^^ r
EjS^'4*^ Siding, Flooring, Shingles,
»E)ICE POUTS, Pl( KCTK, H«P POI.Kd, I.*TII X ;* SL> !
™mm ESTIIITES IADE OK BULIIIWS. I *WT^
i3^ CLASS (IT TO MI SIZE TO ORDrR. '$M
Bnj Oflo* end Y«M B Strwt, next to Chippvll & Cox Warchnuv I^l
FTtAJisris: pry, I Cash paid
New anil Second-Hand Goods. $ A n Kinds
All Ms Solfl at Prices to Suit tie Times. I of
Tint StrNt, Ist f>m Itrtk «f Giillud H»tu. .T 2d-Hand Goods
E. IVL. HARRIS,
THE. G/VSrt GROCE.R
having detekmised to do business on a cash basis
my patrons will rkmkmber that
My Terms «rrc Strictly Cash To /til!
DgrrnicE-s i.owkr than kvkh j/n
Call at the Corner of First and A Streets.
Fresh Meats of All Kinds
Always on Hand.
My prices will be greatly reduced to cash customers. Those
running an account will be absolutely expected to settle on the first
of every month. Otherwise no further credit will be extended.
W. H. KERBHAW.
DRY GOODS BY MAIL
We make a specialty of filling orders for all classes of
, Dry Goods, Clothing, Carpets and Household Goods
through pur mail order department. Try us once. You
• will save money and obtain best qualities only.
New CATALOGUE FREE
We will send free to any address our New Catalogue. It
contains full descriptions of the latest styles for the season
13F 'Mtntion this Paper when writing.
THE MacDOUGALL & SOUTHWICK CO.,
SEATTLE, WASH. \
Parties Indebted to S. Ker
shaw & Leach must call and
Positively Settlement must
be made either in Cash or by
Note bearing interest.
KESHAW: k : LEACH.
Buy NO OTHER UNTIL YOU SEE
The rtigharm "Singer."
The fined t Machine in the world. Light running, durabil
ity, and finish are the Singer's merits.
IR,ea,so;n.a,"ble - Terms !
If you think of purchasing a Sewing Machine call and ex
amine the Singer. My headquarter* are three doora
north of the Bartbolet hotel. '
W. O. KNOX, Agent
for Yakiinß OVmnty. Prir*>n right nnii »«rm» «mu<v.
KENT MILL, CO.
• - - • DEALERS IN - - - -
All Kinds Building Material
Lumber, Moulding, Sash, Doors, Blinds.
Hop - Boxes - a - Specialty.
GEO. A. SMITH, Mgr.
MILLS AND FACTORY AT KENT. North Yikima Office with
Branch Yards- AUBURN AND NORTH YAKIMA. H. SPINNING & COMPANY.
5-Cent Mug Saloon.
: : : : : ONLY THE BEST : : : : :
IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC CIGARS '
ICE-COLD DRAUGHT Ui:i:it
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
FRED MEHLER, Prop.
Agent for the Puget Sound Brewing Co.
WALKER & REDMON'S
18 THE PLACE TO
TO OUR PATRONS:
We are in it on SALT—Stock and Dairy. Call and get prices.
We carry a fall line of GROCERIES—StapIe and Fancy.
Our Specialties are Dwinell & Hayward's White House MOCHA
and JAVA COFFEE.
Try nnr ißcSt SPICES, and
iry our | WHITE L i LLY OF JAPAN TEAS.
Fresh Butter and Eggs Wanted.
WALKER & REDMON,
Opera House Block, - - - - North Yaklma.
Bargains 1 . .
J. L ROW
NOTE KOLLOWINO REDUCTIONS
15 lbs. Best Rice $1 00
13 lbs. Dried Grapes 1 00
10 lbs. Dried Apples. 1 00
4 Ib s. Best Package Coffee I 00
2# Ib «. Best Tea 1 00
■ I Gal. Best Syrup I 00
6 Cans Salmon 1 00
10 Cans Pie Fruit,.. . 1 00
Hati Also Mam
Great -:- Reductions
...» THB . .
Dry Goods aid ClotMni Departm'ts
J. L. ROSENFELD,
MRS. O. W. JOHNSON'S
Flnt Street, Near the Bartbolet Hotel.
If you an in March of a
place where you ran get well
cooked weals, attractively '
■erved, call at Mr*. O. W.
Johnson'a Restaurant, on
First Street, nearly oppoalte
Mason's opera house.
Popular Prices™ No Chinese!
THOMAS & SHORT,
18 Boutbwark Bt. (near the Hop Ex .
change) Borongh. 8. X ,
r Loudon, England.
HANDLE AMERICAN GROWN HOPS OILY.
Flrat I "urton Importer* of Pacltn
Consignments received upon usual terms, and
marketed with despatch at top valnes. Prompt
settlements. Crop and market report* by cable
and mall, rnminuniratlou* respectfully invit
ed. i'at>le addreu "BHOKTCNKR." London.
CI.ItAKIKO AND RzrAIKIKI
Gun's, Machinery, Fuurniture
Razors honed, n»i filed, knives ground, tela
sor« sharpened, etc. Prlcei reasonable; work
guaranteed, umi shop. North first street
bicycle repairing and Braliiug a specialty
ffollce for Publkailcn.
Uhitko Btatk» Land Omci, I
North Yakima, Wash., Aug l»th, IMS.)
Notice it hereby given that Fred A: Stewart,
of Puyallup, Pierce Co.. Washington, assignee
of Samuel B. Duslnberre, bu filed uotlce of
intention to make proof on his desert land
claim No. MA, for the south balf of motion
22, township Hi. north of range 22. east, before
tbe Register and Receiver at Nortb Yakima, on
Saturday, tbe nth day of November, IMS.
He names tbe following witnesses to prove
the complete irrigation and reclamation of said '
land: Fred Ogle and W. J. Thompson, of North
Yakima: 1.. A. wing, of Zlllah: 8. B. Dusin
berre. of Puyallup.
37-6t I. S. HowLiTr, Register.
Notice lor Public allon.
United Rtatk LAKDOrrics, '
NOBTrfYAKiHi, Wash., Sept 11,15W.1 .
Is hereby given that the following•
1 > named settler has Hied notice of hi* In
tention to make Anal proof in support of his
rlaim, and that said proof will be made before
the Register and Receiver at North Yakima,
Wash., on October as, law. vii- William H.
Morse (homestead 933) lor the tUj of tbe BK'i
and the N', of tbe sw; of section 4 In town
ship 16, north of range l« E., W. M.
He names tbe following witnesses to prove
bis continuous residence upon and cultivation
of raid land, vii: William O'Neal, Ueorge
ibapnian, Arthur I. Sherman and David Long
mire, all of U'enas, wash.
Any person »bo desires to protest against the
allowance of sarb proof, or who knows of any
•nhatautial reason, under the law and the rega- ■
lations of the interior department, why each
proof should not be allowed, will be given an
opportunity at the above mentioned urns and
place to cross-examine tbe witnesses of said
claimant, and tn offer evidence In rebuttal of
that submitted by claimant.
34-«t L. S. Howlett, Register
Notice for Publication.
Ukitid Status Land Orrirr, I
North Ya«ima, Wash., August 12. ISM.)
Notice Is hereby given that Henry J Bnlvely,
of Nortb Yakima. Washington, has filed notice
of Intention to make final proof on under wt of
March 3.1*91, before tbe Register and Receiver
of U. 8. Laud office at Nortb Yakima. Wash , cm
Friday, tbe 17th day of November, 1*93, on
llmlwr culture application No. 1199, for the NU
of iWW and MB of SE'i, aec 24, twp 10, N R 27
He names as witnesses William ftarto, James
i own , both ol Klona, Wash.; Claude Forsytha,
William Gerrard, botb of Proraer. Wash.
88-«t L. 8. HUWLETT. Register.
Notice to the Public.
I Notice !• hereby given that my wife. Klliabeth
Pnrdlu. having left my bed and board without
cause or provocation, 1 will not tie responsible
for any bills she may contract nor for any of he*
actions. H. B. PL'JtDIN
North Yakima. Wash., bci.t. 26. \mi.
_ -4 1
Notice for Publicailcm.
CKiTtD »rnn I.ami. orrin. I
North YUlroa, Wash.. Sept. 16,18 M. j
Notice Is hereby given tbat J |j>vell Smith of
North Yakima. Wash., has filed notice of hit
Intention to make proof on bin desert land claim
No. 47\ for the southwest quarter of section 4
townshio 9 north, range 23 east, W. Vf..befor«
the register and receiver at North Yakima,
Wash., on Saturday, tbe 2Kb day of October,
He uames the following witnesses to prove the
complete Irrigation and reclamation of raid
land: Jock Morgan, of Mabtcin. Wash : Alma
Kats. of North Yakima. Wash.: David Wilson
of Mabtou, Wash., and J. T. Foster, of North
*■> «t L. t. HOW LKTT. Register
Notice of Sale of Real Estate.
Notice Is hereby given that in pursuance of au
order of the Superior Court of the State of
Washington, in and for the t'onntjr of Pierce,
made on the IMb day of September. 1*93, In the
matter of the estates of Edith R. Peters, other
wiaa known si Kdltb K. Miller. George Htevea
ton Miller. Margaret A. Miller and Arthur Kverett
Miller, minor*, the guardian of aald minors will
•all at private sale to the highest bidder, for
cash, and subject to tbe confirmation of said
court, on or after the 10th day of October. IX9S,
all tbe right, title and interest of said minors
and of said guardian, the same being an estate
in fee simple, in and to a certain piece or parcel
of land situate. 1\ Ing and being in the county of
' Yakima. state of Washington, and more partic
ularly ilescrlbed as follows, tn-wit: All of the
north half N>, of tbe northwest quarter NW>;
of the northwest NW'i nf section twenty-five
I (sec 2-t). tn towu>hlp thirteen (tp. 13). north of
! range eighteen < X IK) east.W Illsmette meridian,
containing twenty acre*, more or less mtU «r .
nfter« for «ald land ranst be In writing and nut
to the undersigned at Puvallnp. Pierce Comnty.
Waahlngtos, os ur bafora laid 10th day of Octo
ber laa. AKTHPR W, sflLLI*,