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There mi number oi latmting qan tiooa oonraml with tb* wlmlMton <il WHhiogton into tb* Union which n» nt trutinf much nttcntion and concerning which than in not an apnamat era amonf waU informed man. It ia wail known that the conatitutionot the United sutaa requirea that the term of office of onedhird of the aenatore ebaU expire at the aama tima, or ererr two jteara. There are now aeratjr-aiz aenatore, twentr-llee of whaaa lanna expire In the preeent jar. Upon the peeenmptioo that Waahington, and the other tenitoriea named in the ree-iaw hill, will comply with iu pro eiatona and be proclaimed by the preai dant admitted to the Union of atatea, them win he eight new aenatore. Of conraa the new atatea will he numbered, that ia to any, one will be numbered 39, one 00, one 41, and the laat 43. Itmakea n eery oonalderable difference which one ia numbered 38. For the addition of two aaoatora makea the total 73, the term of office of one third of which will expire in 1391. If Waahington ia made number 39 * one of her aenatore will hare a abort term. Joat which one it will be will be determined by chance or lot, after they ate elected. Section eight of the enabling act says that the president shall issue his procla mation announcing the result of the elec tion in each. This would appear to indi cate that the proclamation will be an nounced in the order in which the consti tutions are received by the president. No other method could be adopted probably. As it is impossible for two states to pre sent the results at literally the same mo ment, this would ba a definite way of wfshtfahing precadence. But will there be any advantage in evading becoming the first state admitted ? If Waahington is admitted first, one of hsr senators will be retired in 1801. If Washington is admitted second one sena tor wiU not be retired until 1806, for the reason that one-third of eighty leaves s remainder of two. If the state is admit ted third, one senator will be retired in 1806. As that wifi be six yean from 1889 necessarily one will he retired before 1805. It would appear that it would be to the advantage of Washington to be admitted aecond. It is believed that under the terms of the enabling act, all state officers may be elected In October, at tho same time the constitution is voted on. But suppose the officers era sleeted and the constitu tion ia rejected I The qualification of the electors who will vots lor or against the constitution will not include women, although the sec tion to be voted upon, may confer the right of suffrage on women. Hava they any righto which will operate ia postponing the election of state officers until alter the adoption of the constitu tion? It is believed not * rntfesßA Omt, Starr, of K«n.UUvilb, Indium, ' b conanlting with tba boding Tuom. 1 btwfaw.iMß.Bd reprraontetive fautfan tioaa with a vfew to producing a novel and effective, though not an entirely new < acherne for advertising the territory’s van- ' ety of unexcelled resources. The gentle man from the Hoosier state contemplates organlxing aa institution to be called the . Washington Product Association to back , up the affair. The ledger says: "The ■ scheme is to At up a railroad car the same aa was done in Oregon and California to advertise the resources of the former and 1 the beauty of Loa Angeles of tbs lattsr, ’ sad taks the car on an extended trip 1 through Uw ad. If Uw tatmprim b < undertaken Mr. Stan. ~y, he will nuke fa eclipee ut similu whan, ever .t- | templed. Tba body of the cu will be , iwintcd s Mutant taler, and will he Mt j o* with neveral of lb. meat btantifnl i lambrapae and other natural rerun?. The nun. of tba tatacbtioo will be painted ob each side ol tbe car, and lb. ! whole affair will k* gotten ap in inch Byte mto attract tba graateat potaihte at- ' trntion wherever tb. err Wop. or btreb." ' wi*m A ccw aebtata of card tabgnma b ba- ' lag trbd in Hangar, fat bm far dblricta ' having . peetoffice, bat without p tab- 1 graphic eerrlot. Cud. nM at tb. poat -O®C. at the price of thirty-fl ve kranttan i far trr word., egocw to be paid fay addi* i tiorwl pomage stamp., to be affixed at the mu. Tba telegram can fa. pot in any : •attar-fang and b forwarded to the naaroat telegraph ofica, and from there it b da •fatataad without further delay or charge It b not generally known to tba pobllc aa it might be that fa England telegram, tan ha prated at a„y pillar boa aad wifi ha Mat oa from the neareat telegraph ol *ca. Santa anefa acherne of apadal forma far thla porpoae, in the ahape of cud tel agrama, might render thb of grant prac tical utility, aad tha example of Hungary fa rnwlby of tba attention of the pnetoffice author! lie. Ke^en. The transition from long, lingering and painful aickoeaa to robnat health marks aw epoch in tha file of the individual. Bach a remarkable event b treasured in tba memory aad tha agency whereby the pod health baa been attained la grate fully Messed. Hence it b that eo much b heard In (eaba of Electric Bitters. So many bal they owe their nstaration to health, ta tba twa of tha great alterative and took. If yon are troubled with any dbaaaa at kidney,. liver or stomach, of bag or abort standing you will surely Bod raßaf by aas of Electric Bitten. Bold at Me. and $1 per bottle at C. B. BoshneU's drag state. | a —Many of tba pioneers of Oregon and Washington territory have cheerfully tea tilled to the wonderful curative properties at Oregon Kidney Tba. It b purely of eeptrtll com position, b pleasing to the taste and can ha freely taken by tba youngest or jnost ‘Wlivlt woman, aad la a asvsr faffing remedy for pain In tbs beck, difflußy of boldine tba urine, general debility and Bright’s disease. Said by Allen A Chapman. • —Esparselte slover grows on dry soil without irrigation. Fawcett Bros, have ft in stock. 1-lm. —A fine new line of saddles, harness, etc., Just received at C. E. McEwen shop, Yskims avenue. * —For fresh Olympia oysters, go to Herke’s, who is prepared to wait on you at all hours, day or night * —Call and inquire prices of saddles, bridles, harness, etc., at 0. E. HcEwen’s before purchasing elsewhere. * —For a smooth shaving, a neat hair cut and a delightful shampoo call at the Shaving parlors of Wm. Shearer. • —One hundred thousand dollars to loan on farm property by Goodwin, Strobach A Pngsley; long tima, aasy rates. • —For lame back, side or cheat, nse Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Price 25 cents. Sold by C . B. Boshnell, druggist. —That backing cough can be so quickly cured by Shiloh’s Core. We guarantee It. So.d by C. B. Boshnell, druggist. Wanted.—A competent hand to ran a bop yard and dry hops. Apply to • Moxsx Co. —Croup, whooping cough and bron chitis Immediately relieved by Shiloh’s Cue. Sold by C. B. Boshnell, druggist. —For square dealing and value received for your hard earned cash, call on T. Q. Red field for anything in the line of jew elry. • -Sleepless nights, made miserable by that terrible cough. Shiloh’s Core ia the remedy for you. Sold by C. B. Boshnell, druggist. —Shiloh’s Cough and Consumption Core is sold by ns on a guarantee. It cores consumption, (fold by C. B. Bosh nell, druggist. -The Hualo is now prepared to do all kinds of job printing, from a visiting card to a full sired poster, and in the best style of art, too. —C. E. McEwen is now offering sad dles, bridles, harness and everything in his line at prices not to be duplicated this side of Portland. • —WiU you suffer with dyspepsia and liver complaint? Shiloh’s Vitoliser is guaranteed to cure you. Sold by C. B. Boshnell, druggist. —lf you have lost any money lately, Redfleld wiU return it by selling yon goods so remarkably cheap that yon will forget your misfortune. —Fawcett Bros, are agents for the cel ebrated lowa Steel Barbed Wire, which is the beat barbed wire manufactured, and will go one rod to the pound. 1-lm. —lf you want a wagon, back, buggy, plow, bay press, or any other kind of farm machinery, don’t forget to call on Fawcett Bros, before buying. 1-lm. —Catarrh cored, health and aweet breath second, by Shiloh’s Cartarrh Rem edy. Price 50 cents. Nasal Injector free. Sold by C. B. Boahnell, druggist. —Be sore and boy the Bvpxriok B abbeu Won. One hundred pounds guaranteed to make one hundred rods of fence, and every pound best quality of steel wire. • —Dr. Savage will be found always ready to attend calls day or night. Office over postoffice; residence on Second street, one block south of First National Bank. Oct. S-tf. —A. B-. Weed has a very large assort ment of Plows, Harrows and Cultivators, which he is selling st Eastern prices. Be sure and examine bis stock before pur chasing. fl4-.:t —Everybody is treated alike at Red fisld’s jewelry store. The poor man’s money will boy as much as the rich. If yon don’t believe it, call around and in vestigate. —Tha Natcbes orchards are now on ■ala at Goodwin, Stroboch A Puffsley’s. These five-acre tracts adjacent to the city are offered at a very low figure and with terms to salt. • —Shiloh’s Vitslizer is what yon need for rewaripstioo, loss of appetite, dizsi nsas, and all symptoms of dyspepsia. Price 10 and 75 cents per bottle. Sold by C. B. Boahnell, druggist —Farmers need not send east for their seeds, as Fawcett Bros, have opened op a full line of grass and garden seeds. Their prices are tha same as eastern firms. Their seeds are all fresh, and are grown by the beat market gardeners. 1-lm. —Bsss ball players, athletes, and all who take any vigorous exercise should know that Dr. Henley’s Dandelion Tonic is a thorough good bracer. It produces new vitality, strengthens the muscles and enables them to perform twice the usual amount of work without becoming fa tigued. told by Allen A Chapman. • —A lady was afflicted with salt rheum on the face and other parts of the body for many years and who waa treated by the best physicians on tbs Pacific Coast without any but temporary relief says. Dotard’s Specific has entirely cured my tronbleeome complaint sad although I have not used the medicine tor many months, I have had no return of the din erne. I shall always foal grateful to yon. told by Allen A Chapman. • —For your luxuries, call at the Cat ly Factory, for there can be found the choic est candies and the finest tropical fruits, such as Washington naval oranges, fancy Sicily lemons by wholesale or retail. Smyrna, as well as California figs, (fetes, nuts, and, in (act, everything that is to be had here that a first-class establishment 1 of this kind carries. Come one and all aad try some of that pure unadulterated . candy that fe made here every day. 1 1-lm. P. J. Hxaxa. Prop. MakUi'i Aratca Smlt* r Is the best salve in the world for cuts, i bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever > sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, , corns, and all skin eruptions, and positive k ly ernes piles, or no pay required. It !s , guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or . money refunded. Price 25 cento per box. For sale by C. B. Bushnell, druggist. GOODWIN & PITGBLEY, Bill Estate Bntm, ml tan Aims. MONE Y LEN DERB. NORTH YAKIMA, / WASH. TER. From oar eighteen years personal acquaintance in this country we are In a position to off* information that no others can give. A large List of Buai- ness anJ Residence Property, Suburlwn Acres, Garden Tracts and Forma is now on our books. We Would Call Special Attention to Oar Natchez Orchards Addition, 5-AcreTracts Adjacent to tie City! lOUESPONDENCE SOLICITED. ■£>' IBKICB, VUMT NATIONAL DANK. BOOTS. S HOES AND SLIPPERS I RUBBER GOODS, GLO VES, &C. At Cost. At Cost. Notice is give n to the Public that the Mam moth stock ofM esserd. Haines A Trayncr Is now being elos ed out and must be sold. The stock consists of an elegant line of Boots, Shoes, Slippers, Rubber Goods, Gloves, Ae. * I. R. JD A"W"SON, Assignee. GREAT OVERLAND ROUTE. Northern Pacific B. K., Vi* cascade division. The only line nuinlos Pullman Palace Sleeping Cara, magnificent day euache*. and Elegant Emigrant Sleeping Coaches, With Berths Free of Coat. PROM OREGON AND WASHINGTON POINTS To tlio lOftMl. VIA •> at. PAOL-r- AND nimnsafulib. The Only Transcontinental Line R«nuing PALACE DINING CARS (Meals. 7i Cents.) Pattest time ever made from the Coast, over the KORTHEBB PACIFIC R. R. To Sioux City, Council BiulTN. 8t Joseph. Atchi son. leavcnworth, Kansas City, Burlington, Quincy, NT. LOU*. CHICAGO, „ And ail points throughout the East and South east. via 8t Paul and Minneapolis Pullman Sleeping Accommodations Can be secured in advance. EMIGRANT SLEEPING CARS Are hauled on regular Express Trains over the entire length of the N. F. K. K. Connection made at St Panland Minneapolis To all points Cast. South and Southeast. Through trains leave Yakima for «L Paul at LWp ra. Thmngh trains for Portland and all points on Pacific and Cascade division, at S.lO p. m.. con necting at Tacoma with boats for points on Puget Sound. Tickets oe sale to all points in the United State* and Canada. For routes, rates. Ac., ap ply to U. C. HUMPHREY, Tleket Agent, North Yakima. A. D. CMAM.BTOK, Asst. General Passenger Agent. No. 121 First street, cor. Washington, Portland, Oregon. HUGO SIGMUND, THI LEADING PUT w FIRST ST., NORTH YAKIMA. W. T. Domestic and imported Goods made np In the latent styles and at reasonable prices. Agency for the Celebrated Light-running Domestic SEVIIG IACHHE, Purchase no other. Give me a call. L Bold by Allen A Chapman. A Complete Line of Hanes, Saddles.WUm, Glotcl &c. Has Just been received by R. Nloulali-, at bis Harness Shop on Yakima Avenue. These Goode ate of the beet make, and are sold at prices guaranteed to be aa LOW AS THE LOWEST Offered In the dtp of North Yakima. , Repairing a Specialty. MAX. B. MBCLAIR, Yakima Ave. (near Depot). North Yakima Nsi Sion! Nn Slock! ail ft* Prices! HENRY BITTER’S Larie aid Well-Selected Stock of New Goods, —Comprising all the I*teat Novelties in— Ladies’ Dress Goods, Gents’ Furnishings, • Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, Ac., Have Now Arrived., And are offered for sale, at a Close Margin of Profit, in the elegant Brick store building of the First National Bank. CALL AND EXAMINE GOODS AND GET PRICES. ii i i ; i I —— | ■■■.■!.■,■ J.■ .. . . L Allen Chapman, • iDißxra-a-isTB. Keep always on hand all that is pertaining to their trade. None but pore med icines and chemicals dispensed. Prescriptions a Specialty! Manipulated by a Competent Pharmacist Pure Wines and Liquors for Medical Use. A large Line of Paints, Oils, Wall Paper, Glaae, Putty. Sash and Doors. Come and see os in our Commodious and Beautiful Quarters. Tie Tery Finest Brands of Key Vest anil Imported Cigars. Corner Yakima Avenue and Second Street. .... North Yakima. J. T. UKILNAN. O. W. RODHAM. Rodman & Eshelman, M line ul Lia Ml Money to Loan on Mortgn^eM. Mmlslali ni Promrlf lailMhlfti-InlntL I Special attention it called to the Great Bargain* la Roar Choice Ten Aero Tract* and On* Party- Tiaet of the Bast Gordon Load (balaace of the Tola Roach) which tin be eShie.l for *fewdayi. City Lota and Farm Property Bought and Sold. M?»oPFlCß—Coraet Tahlma Arena* tad Wecaad street* opposite Pint Matloaal Bank. nuns. a. tatuuw. j«». D. acataiiL StLa.rcllo'w S McDaniel, DEALERS IN Fine "Wines, Liquors, Imported and Domesrio Clirara. FINE BILLIARD AND POOL TABLES. Sole Apts for the Celebrated Jesse loon; Kenticty Whistles. S. J. LOWE Carries the largest, beat and cheapest stock of all kinds oi CIOU MIC STOVES, Etc., which he is javparod to offer at remarkably low prices. Also in stock a floe line of Tinware, Sheet Ironware, Graniteware, Guns, Pistols and Farm Implements. Comer Yakima A venae and First street, - - - * W. T. HacLEAN k MED, Real Estate and Insurance, Ynkilim Avenue. TO THE PUBLIC: A tew Keeaona why North Yakima. Washington Territory ia being recognltad u the moat promising city la Central Washington PJret—Because It haaeight of the flneat.Urgeat the greet elate of Waablngton. and moat fertile valleys In Waahlugton territory HUth-Bax anae men who are waU known aa Immediately tribatary to It. ' ancceaafnl. shrewd and long-beaded Ira miking Beeond—The aeaaona are from tear to eight larga Investments In North Yakima and Yakima weeka earlier than any other part of the north- county. •SS.2** . . Believing we are located la the moat faroiad . TPifi - A Beat and moat portion of Washington Territory for gardening, dcllghtfal climate In the Pacific north weal. trait growing and general agrlcaltaral pnrpoaeo Konrth-We are destined to become the great we Invito all tboee who are looking forbomca. track garden of the coaat. with a caab market baalneoa locatlona and manafactarlng onnorta plT^ arU altiee. to call on aa at North Yakima!and, by Fifth-Being central],- located, we are recog- acelng for tbemeelroa, be eonrtneed. 7 nl«ed aa the dealrable place for the capital of 9 How Is the itciiM Tim to H! We have now Hated for sale. In addition to the The opening of Hprlug will herald a akarner Northern PaelSc Unde, of which we are the advance In the realty of Yakima than haabaen local agenta, aome of the moat dealrable real- realiaed daring the correspondingeenaon for 4~«o ud biulntw lot. In North Y.k10., to ttro ‘utn It li . gather with farm property and garden tracts. W ©ll EZrLO"WT3. Fact That while all who have “dabbled In Yakima the beat and coined the moet menev dirt” have made hand aome retnrna on their In- Let not the opportunity^ alln bet eat in at veetmenta. thoae who have availed tbemaelvee once and drill! 7 p * ta •* of the Winter montba for pare baaing have fared CALL AND HI PLAT! OP TIE SouthParkAddition llnmlr ploowl M lit. H.rkrt Mao Lean «& IR-eeci, r. o. aox. m. UToTtli. Taklma. LUMBER YARD! G. 0. NEVIN, Proprietor. LUMBER, DOORS, SASH AND BUNDS, LATHS, SHINGLES, AC. Unt fur tke Celebrated Arerill Paints, tie best Paints m tke larbt, AND A LABOR SUPPLY ALWAYS ON HAND. Oat» ud Yard. Wta sida .( Railroad Track. North ol Drpat, North Yakima. W. T.