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The Yakima Herald.
Volume I.
THE YAKIMA HIM
REED t COE Proprietor*.
IMI'KB KVERI THCMBSAV.
*2.00 PER ANNUM. IN ADVANCE.
Mwrtfahl Ida l>w IfHwfri.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
oROROB TI'RBBB. W. J. HILBOY. I. S. SOWUtTf.
a. a. aiLBOY.
TURNER. MILROY A HOWLETT,
Attorneys at Law,
XOHTH YAKIMA, WASH.
J_ H. Rowlett, ex Receiver of Public Money* a!
the U. 8. Laud-office. will give
Special attention to waking out paptrs for
SettUrt, and to Land Conte tit.
y. T. CATOS, I L. C. riHklill.
Spmgue.! North 1 cklma.
CATON A PARRISH.
Attorneys at Law.
gW»Wlll uracil.* in all the l oan*ol tic terrl ;
Cry. Office on Klnrt Street, oppo,He the tonrt ]
House. North Yakima. W. T. V
H. J. SNIVELY.
rrwnttx Ithraq fcc lAjs« mil lilt**
I’Milm. nri
Attorney at Law.
mw-Office with county Treararer, the t.ourt,
ffoUM. North Yakima. Will practice lu *ll the |
court* of the territory and 1 . 8. land o«<v*
t. *. SBAVU. I A. «IBB». | C. *. MRAVK*
REAVTS, MIRES A GRAVES,
Attorneys at Law.
practice in all C.mrtaof the Territory-
Special attention Riven to all I . 9. land o«cr
business. Office* ut North Yakima and Klfoua
hnrxh, W. T. *■
xowxxowhitxoh, I •‘vSliuwffi!
fllD PARERS, I WsllsWsU*.
North Yakima. I
ALLEN. WHITSON A PARKER, j
Attorneys at Law.
lyrnaw. In Pint National Bank BuiWlu*.
8. O. MOHFORD,
Attorney at Law,
Practices In all Cowrta In the Territory. K*
pcclal attention to Collection*,
i»flee npataln In Hill Block. North \aklrna.
wm. o. ror. m. d. *• immm*. m. t>.
COE A HEG.
Physieiial Sirgeons and Acconcheurs.
Office Hour* —A till 10 a. m.. StUU p. w. and
7till*o’clock p. m.
Office on wecond itmi near Allen A rhapraan'a.
DR. J. JAY CHAMBERS,
Physician and Surgeon,
Mas bad lire yean* practice—one year A*«l»Unt
Hurgeon of City Huapltal. Baltimore'
Kapecial attention Riven to Howry. Obrt tr.ra
•nd Disease* of Women. ■
Office over Bnahnell'a Drun t*torv. my-U
O. M. GRAVES,
DENTIST.
AH wort la mj Uao «r.t clrt>
lc. mad to oxtroet trtth wltho.it polu. ho
charm lor examination.
over Pint National Lou.
MMCELLANEOI'S.
Fire Wood ft Draying.
HAli DeWTFP k GARDNER,
Civil Englners.
lias, (Wb u4 Ma
Office Over Flirt National Bank.
An Economical Fence,
I HAVE now tbe *ole right for Yakima Cohii
*tr for one of the beat wire fence* ever pet
if a van n uiu u> mi r.
Wire and machine for maklnit op band. Tho*e
wishing to bnlld fen re* should rail on me.
j. M. rrei" r , Wot Hid* of Track.
Ahtaniini I tetiy.
I am now prepared to furnish families with
Fate Mllh (mm the Ahtsnnm Dairy.
siimeim > wkunrmi „
Hf dell very wagon ha* aranraa cover, which
prevent*the lonTrom beating down on the. can*
H CA?reNTKB
A. F. SWITZER,
Contractor and Builder,
MBT9 TAKINA, W. T.,
wui Cootaml lor the ereettoa of all claawc o i
HaUdinga. either Urlck, Stone. Concrete, or
Wood, and will eonplcte tbe work hoaeatlv
M ItCWillf tl IfMMt.
Raranaaea: Pint Nat l Ban* at North Yakima.
FIT NATIONAL BANK
of North Takima.
SSWU , " SSJS
J. R. I.avis. Edward WNttaow. .
President Vice Pwidawt. •
W. L. Rniuvro, raahler.
bow a annu ranking rctixibs.
Inw m 4 Hdh totop it InwHr lal*.
BATH INTEBERT OR TIME PSTOXTE
DEMMQDIKT Til SALK.
Mice ef Sale el BeU Pnptrt; tor D»-
lliqiat Tun (or Uw tar 1111. j
Notice le hereby Riven that on Monday,
the 6th day of August, IMS, at the
East door of the Court House In North
Yakima, Yakima County Washington
Ter., between the hours of 10 o'clock in
the forenoon and So'clock in the afternoon
of said day, and from day to day there*
after until all lands are disposed of upon
which taxes are doe, bv virtue of the
authority vested in me by law as Nheriff
and Kx-oflcio Tax collector of Delinquent
Taxes of Yakima County, and by virtue
of the warrant of the Auditor of said
County Commanding me to collect the
taxes delinquent* and charged in the
Triplicate Assessment Roll of said County
for the year 1888, I will sell at Public
Auction all the following ml estate sit
uated in Yakima County upon which
taaes have been levied and not paid for
the year 1888, or a sufficient portion
thereof to satisfr all taxes, penalties, in
| tercel, and coets doe to the said County
| of Yakima from the owners thereof for
1 said year.
The names of the persons to whom the
! land is assessed is placed in this notice
immediately before the description of the
| lands assessed to such persons in sorb
j paragraph respectively imediately fol-1
lowed by the amounts doe.
D. E. LEHH. 1
Sheriff and Ex-Officio Tax Collector of
Yakima County, Washington Ter.
Dated this 11th day of July, 1880.
Anderson Bros—North YaklmaqHo
son'rt add,lots 16 and 16, blk ISO. # 1.83
Armstrong, J M-NWli of NW**
BEt£,aec3l,twplß.R 19,10 acres 4.26
Beebe, C F—North Yakima. Hu
ron's add, lot 4, blk 131 1.00
” 6, ” 131 1.00
”13, ” ISO 1.00
”14, ”180 1.60
”1, ” 161 1.12
” 18, ” 151 1.00
”14, ” 151 LuO
”15, ” 151 1.00
”16, ” 100 1.00
”10, ” 100 1.12
” I. ” 129 1.12
” 2, ” 129...c... 1.00
”6, ” 129 l.Ou
”6, ” 129 1.00
Burke, P B—Lot 1, blk Sal, in North
Yakima, and a)* aet* end neV 4
ae«*, see 17, tp IS, r 19.120 acre* 7.86
Boyd, J N—LoU 1.2 end 3. wof
dw' 4 . sec 17. tp 7, r 81. end lots
lA2,aec3l,tpK,r3l237.76acree lo.SA
Bennett, Frankie B—North Yakima
! Lot 6. blk AM 3.76
Broke*. Ales. —North Yakima
Lot Id, blk 60 6.75
Carlyle. T. J—EH eec 81, tp 7, mg
Bj. 3JO acres 12.90
Clark, J O—All of that portion of
landeaatof the N P K R right
of-way, yr% of se>*, net* of «wj*
and eeW of awl*. aec Bj, tp IS,
r 19, 68\ acre* 11.Sj
CbiUorkh A Radovfch-Yakitna
City, Goodwin’s add, lot 9 blk 15,
lot 4 blk 16, and lot 9 blk 24 in
Scbanoo'e add .58
Davis, John— Yakima City, leath
er's add, lota 4 and 5 and % Int.
In lot 3 blk 24 49
Ell ms worth, Wm—wH «*** sec 25
twp 7, r 29, 00acres; net* aec 26
twp 7, r 29,100 acres 6.94
Elliot. Thames H-North Yakima,
Lot 15, Wk 10 6.70
”10, ” 10 6.78
Kairfaowl, Jaa G—North Yakima.
Lot 29, blk 29 6.76
Griffith, T C—North Yakima,.
Lot 1, blk 210 2.37
” 2, ” 210 1.40
” 3, ” 210 1.4j
” 7, ” 210 1.40
” 8, ” 210 1.40
” 9, ” 210 1.40
”10, ” 210 1.40
” 4, ” 211 1.40
” 5, ” 211 1.4j
”15. ” 211 1.4J
Green burry. H W—North Yakima
Lot 13, blk 272 1 38
” 14, “ 272 1.38
” 15, “ 272 1.38
" 16. ” 272 2.37
Hoaon. H S-North Yaklma-Hn
aon’a add., lot 3, blk 181 1.40
” 6, ” 181 1.40
Holman, Emma R—North Yakima
Lot 1, blk 7 M 4
”2, “ 7 6.78
” 6, ” 7 5.78
”6. •• 7 ; 5.78
”9, ” 7 5.78
Hodgea, H Hand CO—lota I and 2,
aec 28, tp 7, r 81, S3 76-100 acree 1.37
Hogoborm, J G-Nw H me 82, tp
8, r 27, 100 acrea 0.16
Inverarlty, W D—North Yakima—
Lot 9, blk 51 5.76
”17, ”62 7.14
”18, ”52 5.70
”22, ”52 5.76
” 23, ”52 5.76
”24, ”52 6.70
”3, ”68 1.40
”4, ”53 1.40
”31, ”53 1.40
”32, ”53 2.38
”5, ”70 , 5.76
<r 0, ”70 5.78
”10, ”71 5.76
”9, ”72 2.88
”10, ”72 1.40
I ”11, ”72 1.40
”12, ”72 1.40
”13, ”72 1.40
”14, ”72 1.40
”16, ”72 .1.40
”10, ”72 1.4J
”6, ”82 5.70
”7, ”32 5.76
”0, ”32 5.75
”9, ”82 5.76
”9, ”44 2.88
”28, ”68 1.40
”2, ”72 1.41
” 2, ”281 1.4.1
”8, ”f» 1.40
”R>, ”130 1.40
”13, ”232 1.40
”14, ”232 1.40
8, ”283 r 2.88
” 1, ”253... . 2.88
”2, ”268 » 1.40
”4, ”204 1.40
”9, ”854 2.38
”10. ”254 1.40
”7. ”24 1.40
”15, ”919 » k4O
“16, ”249 - 2.39
| Jack eon, John, Eat ate of—Nw Vg,
mc 84, tp 18, r 18 15,65
NORTH YAKIMA, WASHINGTON TERRITORY, THURSDAY. JULY 86, 1889.
Jeffrey, C J-B‘, of of eel* and
sV| «f hwV 4 of to l *, ae,; |tt,tp 13,
r 19 e, 4j acres. w 27.60
Kinney, James F— \joX* S, 6,7 and
8, sec la, tp 8. r 24. 166 acres 28.70
Kingsbury, J T—North Yakima—
Lot 4. Wk 11 34.561
Knnz, Andrew—North Yakima—
Lot 31. Uk 11 #14.59;
King. Wm J, Trustee—nel* sec 23,
tp 14, r 17, 100 acres 16.491
Lew is, J K~Sw4 of nwj*, sec IK,
tp 13, r 19, 40 scree . 27.67 !
W& of nw‘i of nw l ,', sec 18, tp 18
r 19, 2j scree 13.U3
B>v of of t*Se °f owit' of nw V«,
sec 18, tp 13. r 19, 5 seres. 8.70
of of sw*4, sec 7, tp 13, r
19, 20 acres 12.30
N>* of w S» of nwt* of sec 7,
tp 13, r 19, lt» acres 7.21 j
W H of «U of se‘4 of nwJi. sec 18,
tp 18, r 19, 10 acres 7.21
of etp of hwVa of swtf, sec 7, tp
13, r 19, 10 acres 7.21
N>* of w>* of ae of ew*-{, me 7, tp
13. r 19,10 acres 7.21
NH of e>, of swt* of
13, r 19, except 2j£ seres off
north side, (216 acres,) 7.5 acres 5.40
North Yakima—Lot 5, blk bt 1.4u
“ 6. ” 86 I.A»
” 7, ” 60 1.40
” 8, ” 86 2.38
” 13. “ 10H 1.40
” 14. ”106 140
” IS, ” 106 1.4*
“ 16. ”106 2.36
Libby, Arch—sw-14 of »w? 4 . sec 12,
tp 12, 1 17, 40 acres 10.22
Lillie, Josephine— F.% of dc I,* 1 ,* ani
»\i of sec 8. tp. 12, r IV. 160
acres
Be H of ssec 82, tp, IS, r 2H, 40
Lots 1 and 2in bilk 1 iu Yakima
City—Goodwin’a add. commen
cing 296 ft. cant and 296 (set n of
nwcorof (4 W Goodwin's ore
cmjdlon claim an add. to Yak
ima City, being ne corner of set 4 '
of aw*4, sec 6, tp 12, r 19; thence
w26 ft; thence s 196 ft: thence
e26 ft; tbonce n 196 ft. to begin
ning 11.66
Locke, Jos A—Nw l * of *et£, nee 20
tp 18, r 19, 40 acre* 27J7
Mere in, M E —North Yakima—l/Ot
16, hlk3o 20.08
McCormick, H—Het£ of nwl 4 and
neVf of swtf, aec 6, twp 12, r 19,
80 acrea. 6.62
McKinsie, —Yakima City—Lot 8,
blk 5, in C C Goodwin’s add 40
Mayer, Wm—North Yakima—Lot
4. blk 34 12.30
O'Neil, Wm—Hlf of awl£ and sw*£
of sec 2. tp 16, r 16, 120
acres 16.83
Patterson, H W~N‘ a of sec
30, tp 7, r 21, 80 acres, and lots
23 and 24, blk 43 In Browser 34.63
Peters, John R—North Yakima—
Lot 7, blk 19 1.40
“12, ” 19 1.40
Red field, H F—North Yakima—
Lot 14, blk 91
1% int. in lot 13, blk 13
Lot 6, blk 4, in G W Goodwin’*
add to Yakima City. 7.38
Reid, A E—North Yakima—lot 13,
Uk 13 4.40
Lot 14. blk IS 4.40
“ 16, ” 13 4.40
” 16' ” 13 5.76
Robertson, J. C.— Yakima City,
Lanber’a add, lot 1. blk 24 40
" ” ”2, ” 24 4o
” ” ”3, ”24 40
Reed, Mary F—North Yakima,
Lot 2, blk 106 1.40
Scott, Mary E—North Yakima,
Lot 15, Wk 91 1.40
Shelton, L P W—Town of Prosser,
Lot 9, blk 46 66
Small, Ira— sec 30, tp 7, r 80,
1W) acres 6.62
Blanton («UU)--n!i aw*i A ee**
mc 26, ip 7, r 3», 120 acre* 6.04
Headman, R B—ne v 4 te»4 ace 2,
tp I*. r 18.4 1 acre* 7.10
Stout, J Kennedy—North Yakima,
lx* 1, blk 210 2.37
" 2, ” 210 1.4J
” 3, ” 21J 1.40
” 7, ” 210 1.40
” 8, ” 210 1.40
” 9, ” 210 1.40
”10, ” 210 1.40
” 4. ” 211 1.40
” 5, ” 211 1.40
”15, ” 211 1.40
Switzer, J K—Yakima City, Laob
er'a add, lot 4. blk 11 40
Sbriver, Etheldra—North Yakima,
Lot 3, blk 47 7.14
Taylor. J B—Yakima City, Behan
no’a add. lot 12. blk 3. 8.30
Thompaon, Samuel L—YakimaCily
Lauber’sadd. hlka3and4 1.10
Unknown Ownora—aw nr of war
and ae qr of aw qr arc 6, twp 12.
r 19: and nw qr of ne qr and na
qr of nw qr aec 8. twp 12, r 19.
aave and except that portion of
aaid tract platted aiOWGood
win V townaite of Yakima City
and Goodwin’a addition thereto,
and save and excepting a certain
parcel of raid tract aold to Jamea
Keasliog,and deacribed aa foilowa
to-wit: Commencing at the ne
corner of ee qr aec 5, twp 12, r 10,
thence west 3.» rode, thence aouth
75 roda east 3 , thence north 76
roda to pia< e of beginning, and
containing 14 acrea; and except
ing a certain parcel of land 50 by
1 0 feet aold to and now occupied
aW Z York; alao blk 4in Good
i’a addition to the townaite of
Yakima City, aave and except
fractional lot No. 1 and lota 2 A
8 in raid bit, blka Noa. 4 A 6 in
the original townaite of Yakima
City; all of blk 5 in Goodwin's
addition to Yakima City, aave
and except lot 1 in Mid blk 25.01
nw qr aec IS, tp 9, r 28,16J acrea 6.52
aw qr aec 13, tp 9, r 29.100 acrea 0.02
ne qr aec 18, tp 9, r 28.100 acrM 0.62
mqr aec 18, tp 9, r 28, 160 acrea 6.02
ne qr of ne qr and free'! part of
nw qr of ne qr and frac’l aw qr of
ne qraer 24, tp 9, r 28,119.9 ■ acrea 13.24
ne qr of ae qr aec 24, tp 29 r 28,
50.16 acrea 5.86
frac’l nw qr of aw qr and free aw
qr of aw qr, aec 18, twp 9, r 29,
37.25 acrea 3.82
ne qr of nw qr and frac ae qr of
nw qr and frac nw qr of ew qr and
frac ne qr aw qr and aw qr of aw
or aec 19. tp 9, r 29, IM.OB acrea 12 M
frac aw qr of aw qr and frac M qr
of aw qr aec 19, tp9, r29.86 anee 8.73
nw qr of ae qr and aw qr of ne qr
and ae qr of M qr and
frac ne qr of ae qr, aec 24, tp 9,
r 28,120.85 acres 18.78
aeqr aeqr aec 19,tp8, r 29,40 acrea 4.09
frac aw qr of ae qraec 19,‘ tp 9,*
r29, 20 acrea 2.20
true ne qr of ee qr, aee 19, tp9,
r 29, 25 acrea 2.69
Lot 8. blk 149 1.40
” «. ” 1W 1.40
Yakima City Brbanßo'a tovnaita
I/>t 1, Work 1 .37
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” ” I 37
” 7, ” 1 87
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”8, ” 2 .37
”8, ” 2 87
”10. ” 2. 37
”11. ” 2 .87
”12, ” 2 .37
” 8, ” 3 .87
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Lot 7ln blk S 87
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Caailsaul as Wsomffi Ps«r.
MacLsan, Reed A Co. offer to the farm
ers of. Yakima county the following cash
prises for beet produce.
Beat and largest melon #6.00
” ” ” ntutk melon. 2.60
Best bushel potatoes 5.00
Best bead calthage. 2.50
Best «,-dos. beets. 2.60
Best sample sheaf wheat 6.00
” ” ” oata 6.00
” ” corn 6.00
Best 6-pound hops 5.00
Bast doe. apples 6.00
” ” pears 6.00
” ” bunches grapes. 6.00
” ” peaches 6.00
Bast bead cauliflower 2.5u
Dealt egg plants 2.60
Be* 86 tomatoes. 2.60
Beat 10 pounds neanats SOX)
Bast 6 pounds tobacco 6.00
It is our Intention to make n fine show
ing in our office this year, and we ask the
farmers to bring us samples. All parties
competing for prisea will be notified when
the premium* will be given, and three
farmers will be selected as judges.
Respectfully.
* MacLsan, Rend A Co.
Fair Warning.
All parties indebted to the late firm of
Brvson A Sbrhrer are hereby notified that
settlement must be made at ones as the
business must be closed up. Either
mem her of the firm is authorised to re
ceipt for payments of moneys due. •
—Ladles'Summer Underwear reduced
from 60cti. to 26cte. at the Great I-X-L. •
—Tinware, lamp*, and birdcage* at coat
; at Vlnlog A BUgar’s.
He raw'll* ML

\ Smith—Say, Jones, your wife la a grad*
[ oata of Vaaaar, isn’t aha?
Jones—Yea.
Smith-How many tongnaa is she mis*
: peas of?
Jones—Only one, but, by Jndaa, that’s
! a rustler \—BwrUnf*on Fru S*re»t.
iv rimt pmm.
First Oaaahaa—Parson Woridwiaa is
evidently a reader of the daily newspaper.
Second Omahan—What makes you
think ant
First Omahan—He never begins to
read a chapter from the Bible without
looking to aee il the conclusion doesn't
ring in a patent medicine *d.— Omaha
World.
m CIU ||» Tn KIN.
law A* Kkact .ft. «t the My-leU if
Did yon ever have a chance to ohaerve,
unobserved, a young woman’s conduct
toward her aswly acquired sogagscaaat
Hag? It feels so strange upon her hand
that aha cannot refrain hem examining
H n deaen times an hour, always, how
ever, on the sly. On the first night the
aha up ad hour later than usual to ad
mire H boldly in the seclusion of hsr own
apartment. * X frequent kies is adminis
tered to the shining hand and its glit
tering gem, and daring the night aha
dreams H has fallen into n stream, and
awakes, clutching the finger to aasnre
herself that the pradooe pledge is still se
cure.
Then, on the following day, she wears
it only ta amt, taking cans to transfer
it to bor pocket at tbo table and whoa in
tho company of intiiaatee. bat p** her
among strangers or among casual ac
quaintance* who cannot be inquisitive
and how bravely she will flaunt the token
before their eyes as one who shook! any J
"I may not be tbo loveliest creators In
the world, bot you will observe that I set
there all the same.”
Gradually it Assume* its place In her
daily llh*. and her blushes grow less
violent with each succeed ins explanation
of ita significance and each extravagant
description of its donor’s attribute*. But
before it finally becomes a part of Iter
i self, as it were, she most, of course, leave
it a dozen times at least upon tba wash
i stand and suffer in ooaseqoence a dosen
I violent attacks of palpitation of tho
I heart until It is recovered.
LOST IN A mm,
VIM Attwptiu to Pkottpipk t
lime SI 1 Glacier
■Boo—s Iraai Alaska •« ffis
rate at an 9smlm Newspaper
Tacoma Glebe: The paaaengers of the
idilp George W. Elder, which arrived
yesterday from Alaaka, I wing the report
that Special Correspondent Bruce, of the
Omaha Bee has been lost iu one of the
awful chasms in the glacier coming down
Mount Fair weather. A party left the
steamer to hunt for the lost man in hope
that he might still lie alive.
The story la that one Dick Willoughby,
who baa lived at Joneau for a dozen
years or more sad is wall acquainted with
the country sad its traditions, had, while
up on the glacier on Mount Fairweather,
about twenty miles from the base, seen a
wonderful mirage of some foreign city.
That the mirage appeared at certain
stated intervals, and prof. Willoughby
had seen it upon several occasions,
sad had taken a photograph thereof.
That Bruce bad come to Juneau as cor
respondent of the Omaha Bee and had
met Prof. Willoughby, who bad divulged
to him the secret of the mirage, and they
had made arrangements to climb up the
glacier to the point where the mirage
1 could be seen, when they would separate
about tan or a dozen miles and each take
photographs of the weird city above the
clouds, thus by getting a system of coordi
nates started the exact location of the city
could be demonstrated. They accordingly
provided themselves with photographic
cameras, provisions and supplies, such as
are usually carried on similar expeditions.
They reached the position all right and
and each want bis way toward his obser
vation ground. That was the last aver
heard or seen of Brace. Willoughby,
with two Indians, returned to the Elder,
after waiting two days for Bruce to return
to the meeting ground. Willoughby had
succeeded in taking every Ann view of
the mirage, which stood out fairer and
more marked than ever before.
The report of the loss of Bruce caused a
sensation 00 board the steamer, and it
was proposed to organise a large party of
Indians to go out and make a search, but
Willoughby waa of the opinion that Brace,
If he had fallen into a crevsaae, would
live several days if not killed by the fall,
and be waa of the opinion that, with bis
three Indiana, he could do all that waa
necessary or expedient to be done, and
started out again up the mountain.
The negative of the photograph of the
mirage was given to a local photographer
at Juneau, who made up copies of the
floating city, several of which ware brought
down on the Elder.
Some of the passengers on tbe Elder
are inclined to be skeptical about tbe
whole natter, and sum** that it is a
scheme to sell photographs of the alleged
mirage, which they say are photographs
of some city io Europe, or perhaps of
Montreal or Halifax with some slight al
terations, sad that Bruce is sequestered
in some secluded spot while capital Is
made of bis supposed awful fate. Others
in the party suggest that be went so near
the mirage that be found the place where
It actually touched the mountain side,
and becoming fascinated with the celestial
city walked ofl into Its streets to return
no more. Certain it is that a full account
of tbs loss of Bruce has been telegraphed
to tbe Omaha, Chicago and flan Francisco
papers and will appear in those papers
this morning.
Vkj let Fife tafiUar
Asotia Sen tint I: We have oo our table
n neat little pamphlet entitled: **lll#
Capital of Washington—Reasons for its
Location at Yakima/* from the Hnuur
office. We hare at times indulged in a
little “funny business” at the expense of
tho location of the capital, but the drive
has been at any species of corruption or
undue influence brought to bear to secure
It. Let ne have a square deal baaed upon
a vote of tbe people and not leave tha
question in the hands of a very few to
settle, where there will be a chance to nee
a corruption fund. Thera is one thing to
consider; if Eastern Washington ever
gets the prise H will be when ell the peo
ple can unite on one locality and not
allow a diversion of sentiment in favor of
two or more places. If we are divided
between n lew points it will perhaps al
ways remain where it la. Tha interest d
the Olympians mill be to cultivate nil the
rivalry possible between the aspiring
cities ( this side of the Cascade mountains.
When the proper time arrives we will
have more to aay on the subject.
sioogso tm Use.
Msc Lean, Reed A Co. have *IOO,OOO to
loan on improved farm lands. Applica
tions for loan* will receive prompt at
tention. f *
—Timothy it the I. X. 1.. •
-F.iy.ln,: Kawim' Bargain": Rem-;
nants! Remnants! Remnant*! io every,
department at the Great 1-X-L. * |
—John, when von go to town,* just step
in at Bartholet’s and get me some of that
elegant salt pork. It is delicious. •
—Oe to Red field's and examine those
steel glasses with gold nose pieces a new
patent. They neves rust nor wee? out. *
Number 86.
'
HUMAN SACRIFICED!AFRICA
The Terrible Kites PiM t# ill "l» ii"
Mi
»~‘r Pntk alnUs.-The Uk To
i«WK at lit hut
•f a King.
The steamer Congo brings linns from
S«w Calabar of the mat revolting toerl-
It teena that a Sew uontha ago the
old king oC Kboe died, aial, aa le ctatom
ary la that part of the nountry, the trad
an boor New Calabar vent op la pay
their rtanacta to the raw monarch. The
tradert am aware that far a abort thna
altar the aid king's death the "la la”
Hlaa are performed, bat they thonght
that three vara over. The donated moo
areh-e name wee Impby, utb the bar.
rorol the Engliah tradera the “Ik la"
ceranroalaa wen at their highest when
they entered the Bins town. .
The rltn ud been in operation lor '
shout too mouths, sod already shout
harty psoplo hsd boon slsin to sppasto
tho "hi to" sods. The old king was then
•yingla s grava that hud ham dug foe ■
him. Tho hots was s lame ouoaud doty.
Lying in the ssan gears wan aloe of the
hiss'. younußHt wine, and their dntha
had haeo haouuht about la (ho most
cruel manner. Gash o( the poor cres
tuno had both bar wriata and aahias
hnkao, so that they could neither walk
woe crawl. In this ante, aad -offering
the moot excruciating pals, tho wafer
taaato creatures won placed at the bot
tom ol the grave, aevea ol than lying
aide by aide. The body ol tho king was
than laid uu thorn in a tnnamoo direc-
tion. The two remaloing aromoa wan
laid down by the side al tho kin*, lyiag
exactly like the monarch', body. Bo
loud ol water was (treats tho poor aaaa
tureo, who wan lab in that position to
die. It la said that death did not. Os a
rule, taka place lor tour or fln days.
Four man wan alatisaad arooad As
grave, armed with dobs, ready to knock
back with than weapons any ed tka
maimed conditioa, wan obit to crawl Is
tho side ot the pm.
In other pasta oI the torn further
human aacriden wen taking place.
Hasp ended from various trees won tho
bod in ol several maa. Theta poor fal
lows ware alao eadorieg tire moat raoalu
lag death. In moat iaaUacn holm had
I boon bond through their last last by the
i aokln. Through three boln non wan
I draws, aad tho maa wan than tied ton
high tree. Their beads wan, 1 ooarac,
, Imaging downward. Tho mao wan than
, Ml to die. The traders, as they won
i proceeding along, wan nawilllag wit
i naans ol a frightful sacrificial
They saw a aambar ol aatirot hragroap,
aad wont to the spot la an what wag tafc
lag place. To their honor tha while maa
saw a aativa tied by tho feat aad neck.
I The rope attached la the neck nr throws
over a tree in oat direction, tad tho npo
, attached to tha hn wn tied On a tree la
the opposite direction. Tho npnware
then drawn tightly, and whan the body
waa diweodtd to ita ntmoel langtk, an
other aativa with a hatchet aback the
, nook aad revered tha head iron the body.
, Tha bead waa than taken to tha (pars
whan the king waa lying, while tho body
waa aalaa by tha raaalhal nation. Tho
whitr man could do nothing to atop the
barbarous practices, as to interfere with
btigethllg wOilltl BUf 09
tolerated by the aatina, aad the Una d
the traders would ban bean la part.
They thoeofan mads as quick a retreat
from the town aa they coaid. Thoteadan
Inruod that for each ol tho tallowing tan
months than was to ha a aaaridoe ol
seven man.— London Standard. .
Mwnmamm.
I tawnelmi (bMM Übt»
ml mUmf'■ twta-
Waahlngtoa Put: Whan Omni O. •
O. Howard n marching down Ihlrxwh
Trnnaaaae, General WbHtlMjr, Into pnai
dant of the Fraodmon’a bonk, waa aaafct
ant adjutant genaral on hla Waff. Whit
ttmoy had boan a clergyman down in
Union, and waa tally aa atraigbt-laood aa
Howard. Ono day Oao. Howard drotra
into a (arm yard bom which Whllllmiy
waa joat deporting. A woman and h«
grown daughter wan atandlng ootaida
the door.
"My good woman," mid Howard,
"wUI you kindly gim mo a drink o(
wot«r •
“No. Got oat of my yard. A lot of
more impudent Yankees 1 MW seed.”
“But I have done nothing and said
nothing out of the way, and will atvwaljt.
puniah any at my soldlon who should
my or do anything wrong.”
“That Bojer insulted me,’* said she,
pointing to the retreating form of General
Whittlesey. “He axed me for a drink
of water, and when I does give It to hint
saased me.”
“But—but that is General Whittles#?,
of my staff. lam surf he wouldn’t be
rude to any woman.“
, “Maw,” said the gW, pulling at her
I mother's dreae, “I reckon ho tr.outn’t
have meant anything mUkeholdea.’*
“Hush! Don’t I know low-drtrn.
blackguard talk who* I bear M lie
asked me ‘what was the elate of Wit na
tivity.’ - .

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