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Official Paper of Yatiia Gouty.
IHive Wiloon la in the city.
W. A. Cox ia hark from Missouri.
Mrs F. K. Heed is back from Portland.
Henry Creason, of Pranaer, la ip the
Mayor F. K. Reed ia bark from the
R. Htrobarh returned from the Bound
l*rof. J. G. Lawrence i* back from
Mrs. H. I). Cork left for the sound last
Mr. Eigan, of The Yakima, has gone to
Tacoma for a lew days.
Mrs. J. B. Pugsley and children leave
for Olympia to-morrow.
Mias Scndder is home from the Hound
much improved in health.
W. Z. York has again gone with a party
Into the Tietau on a prospecting tour.
Col. L. 8. Hewlett and Hberlff D. E.
Leah returned Sunday from Olympia.
MraS. J. (fitting* of Kali brook Cal.
*is visiting tier sister Mrs. K. A. Stamats.
Mias Rector, of Tacoma, arrived Mon
day and Is visiting the family of H. 11.
The families of Wayne Field and W. J.
Roaf left to-day for an outing at Rods
M. D. Egbert passed through Yakima
Thursday en route from the Sound to
Walla Walla.
Mias Vice Shelton, of Salem, Oregon,
is visiting the family of her unde, Hon.
Edward Whitson.
Eugene Lennen who ha* secured (be
contract for putting up tl»e Cadwell-Lloyd
buildings has arrived and will at once
commence work.
Col. Gilbert, the historian, spent Sun
day in Yakima. He said this was the
greatest four-year-old town it had ever
been his experience to ace.
Engineer T. H. Ogilbe, who has been
engaged for several months past in run
ning lines for a railroad from Portland to
Spokane Falls, via Yakima, left Tuesday
tor Portland to submit his report.
Mr. Zindorf, contractor on tlie Lewi* A
Engle and the syndicate buildings, re
turned from tlte Sound to-day sad will im
mediately begin operations. Things will
be humming in Yakima in a week’s time.
Capt. J. 11. Thomas left for Seattle ou
Thursday last to look after his interests
there. He was accompanied by his sis
ter-in-law, Mrs. Marsh, who will spend
some time at Hot Springs. Capt. Tlmmas
returned Wednesday.
8. W. Lamping, a special agent of the
Interior department, who has made his
headquarters here (or some months past,
is looking forward to the arrival of his
family from Indiana the latter part
of this week or the first of next.
J. M. Adams and wife arrived from
Spokane Falls on Saturday last and spent
several days of this week enjoying the
society of old and new friends. Mr.
Adams is as enthusiastic as ever over
Yakima and showed his confidence hy
making additional investments.
The family of E. 8. Callender arrived
from Wauseon, Ohio, Saturday, and have
gone to housekeeping In the dwelling re
cently purchased by Mr. Callender from
Mrs, Dorgan. Mr. Callender will shortly
engage in the banking and brokerage
business in Yakima in connection with
F. D. Nash, who is shortly expected hack
from New York.
E. L. Cowgill, who was formerly Nel
son Bennett’s chief man on the railroad
work through this country, and who has
many friends here, was married at Fair
haven on the 15th iiut. to Miss Lillif A.
Wasmer. Mr. Cowgill is now secretary
of the Fairbaven Land company, is inter
ested in the railroad Nelson Bennatt is
putting through the Bellingham Bay
country and is said to have made lots of
money in land speculations.
Fbom Pom. axd to Spokane via Yak
ima.—Railway Engine** Ogilbe, who has
been surveying the route from Portland
through Yakima to Spokane Falls, left
for Portland, Tuesday to await further
orders. He has completed the map of
the country traversed hy himself and
party and submitted his report. When
interviewed hy a Hskald reporter previ
ous to leaving he stated that the route
was entirely feasible for economic railroad
building and operation and that there
were no more difficulties to be overcome
than presented in any and all mountain
work. The road as projected would tap a
country rich in timber, coal, minerals of
all kinds, as well aa a splendid agricul
tural country. The distance from Yak
ima to Portland hy the Uses run would
be reduced to 10 ) mllea, and there
would be no grander scenic road in the
country. Aa to the road from Yakima to
Spokane Falls, he said no obstacles what
ever would be met and that he had found
a splendid crossing of the (Vihmibia s
few miles Shove PriJstis rapids. Mr.
Ogilhe was sanguine that the road would
l>e speedily built.
Thk Tiktan Wokdeks at Oi a Doom.—A
new route has been found by easy grades
and twenty miles nearer than the old
road. The road could b emade available
for wagons by the expenditure of a few
hundred dollars. This would place the
scenic vomtan of the Xle*an at our doors j
and make us within two days' travel of
Mt. Tacoma.
Bon.—At North Yakima, Monday,
July Bad, MW, to Uia wilt M Hon. Ed
ward Whlfaon, a daughter.
I.WT 41, MK4 ITll'tt.
—There are two i«piritna( medium* in
the city.
—The twick are t»eing hauled (or S. J.
new three-story hlork.
—A brick addition in being built to the
Switzer building on Second street.
—The Lida < lardner burlesque troupare
billed to appear at the opera house Sat
urday evening.
—The territorial board of education haa
issued a life diploma to Prof. J. (I. Law
rence of this city.
—Real estate is taking* another turn
upwards. A number of important aalee
have occurred of late.
—The walls of Alex. Sinclair’* new
brick laiildiog, on First street, have
reached the second story,
—Register Kratx of the U. S. land office
la looking around for a desirable lot on
which to build a residence.
—Ysklma water melons are begining
to make their ap|«nrance. The first ripe
ones were picked over two weeks ago.
—Rev. Dr. Nevitis will return from
Elleusburgh tbl* week to bold services
atßt. Michaels church next Sunday at the
usual hours.
—The board of equalisation will meet
on Monday, the Ifth. day of August for
the adjustment of any error# which may
appear upon tlte aaoensnient roll*.
—The iron fronts of the Yining, Lewis
ami Engle, and syndicate buildings have
arrived, and work on these structures
will he pushed forward with energy.
—A eon of T. B. McOloughlin, while
leading a colt Tuesday, fell in such a
manner as to fracture his arm. Dr.
Ravage dressed the injured member.
—At the meeting of the Engine com-
I pany Monday evening a committee was
j appointed to wait upon the council and
■ urge upon tliat body the selection of the
; chief of the fire department a* tire war
| —Thieves entered the residence of J.
i H. Burdin, on the Wen as, Friday night,
' and made off with about sl2 in money.
’ Mr. Burdin is the Wenas postmaster and
the money taken was largely the ro
: ceipts from the sale of stamps.
—Fred R. Reed, mayor of North Yak
ima, ]«sid a flying visit to the conven
tion, bringing with him tine samples of
cigara made from Yakima tobacco, nicer
in flavor than any other domestic cigars
in the country. —CHyuojia ItUgmm to the
—Messrs Cad well and Llovd of Ellen*-
burgh have had some difficulty about get
ting brick for their 175 feet of brick
buildings to he erected on Second street,
and now propose to open up a yard here
and manufacture their own brick. The
Uoyd Mercantile Co’s store will be both
wholesale and retail and carry a stock to
the value of SIOO,OOO.
1 Jafea A. Stan*, •• Yakima, Has aa
RacMßUr With High war mca
Wear HU namaer Ranch.
John A. Stone returned from the Bound,
Wednesday, where he has been to look
after his large bop interests, and relates a
thrilling story of an attack made upon
I him Monday evening by highwaymen.
He was driving from his ranch about
dusk when he met a couple of men who
•topped him and asked him for work.
Mr. Stone told them to put in an appear
ance the next morning and he would find
them something to do. Before they
parted one of the men drew a flask from
his pocket and invited Mr. Stone to drink.
He refused but the men were so persistent
he finally took a swallow. The men ap
peared to drink, although Mr. Stonada
| convinced that they did not. *A short
time after starting on his way a strange
feeling overcame Mr. Stone and he
showed all indications of strychnine poi
soning. He stopped his horse for a time
and during one of the intervals when he
was partially at himself be turned and
started homeward, whipping up his horse
into a lively gait. When near the place
where he had first seen the men they
suddenly rose out of the ferns and tried
to jump into the wagon. One of them
hit Mr. Stone two blows on the arm with j
what was probably a sandbag. Mr. Stone I
pulled his revolver and emptied three;
chambers at the fellow, who felt and the!
wheels of the wagon passed ever him.
The other highwayman, who was trying'
to get over the side of the wagon, shot at
Mr. Stone, without effect, and then the
wagon striking a bank be was thrown or
fell off. Mr. Stone then lashed up his
horse and arrived home in an almost In
sensible condition sad was mat by his
family who had heard the shots. All
that night Mr. Stone was speechless and
had a hard tussle for his life but finally
pulled through ail right.
Aid was summoned and a party des
patched after the footpads but without
result. The place where the affray oc
curred was easily located but efforts had
been made to cover the traces of blood.
Mr. Stone is of the opinion that he hit
his man hard as he placed the gun almost
against him. He had no knowledge,
however, of shooting more than twice,
except from the empty sliella in the re
viver, as lie was si moat stopifled with
the poison. Mr. Stone had that day been
to town and drawn with which to
pay his hands ami this bet was evidently
known to the robbers. As soon as |<oasi
ble the wires were put in use and the
authorities at the various towns there
abouts. instructed to keep a lookout tor
the men.
Wasiaa RssHe«M«aHsatles.
___ . _
The county commissioners lor Yakima'
county'will mast at the court house at
North Yakima, on the aecond Monday in
August, to sit as a board of equalisation
for the adjustment of any errors which
may appaar upon the assessment rolls.
M. Baxtuolxt,
Clerk of tba Board. 1
M.LAMatn'k .iM.aaaiaV-aMOAAU'
way 9 |r • -
Cattttt as Concerned^.
W. J. Gilmore'* new and highly praised
legendary spectacle, entitled the ‘‘Twelve
Temptations," will appear at Mason's
opera honse, Tuesday evening, July 5.
Aside from the immense company It
takes a train of three railroad rare to
carry all their effects. Mr. Fechter posi
tively statea that the new opera chairs
will be placed in position as this is the
grand opening attraction. A special rail
road excursion train will be run from El
lensburgh for this engagement and it is
safe to nay that the country for forty
miles around will be well represented as
this ia one of the greatest attractions that
will visit us for years to come. Meaars.
Allen & Chapman have charge of the
reserved seat sale and will open it on Sat
urday, July 27.
The play will be staged with an impos
ing cast, brilliant costumes, gorgeous
stage settings and all the accessories
which go to make up "a show" of this
description. The management announces
twenty-six tons of scenery and other
properties, a small army of seventy peo
, pie, and everything necessary for a grand
i spectacular display, the material of which
is said to have Involved an expense of
I The pUy pf “Tlie Twelve Temptation*”
was produced in New York about eighteen
yean ago. by the ?ate James G. Fiek, Jr.
He wa* then proprietor aud manager of
the Grand opera honee in that city, and
he lavished a fortune on its production.
Some old time theatre goera who aaw the
play say they never ww anything on
such a magnificent scale. It excelled
“The Klack Crook" and other famous
and dazzling spectacle* of that time. It
waa produced February 7.1*70, *nd wu
an instantaneous success, It ran for
thirty conaerntive weeks. A dispute be
tween tbe author and manager caused
Its withdrawal and it haa been buried
ever aince.
Manager Gilmore thought that tbe title
was worth a great deal of money, and ac
cordingly bought the manuscript. He
commiHStoned his manager, Charles H.
Yale, to rewrite the piece, giving plenty
of opportunity for gorgeous scenery, bal
lets snd costumes and unique properties.
Mr. Yale has made an interesting story,
which runs through four acts!
| Th« action is laid ia the fifteenth oen
! tury. Hubert of Wurldburg, a supposed
| principality in Norway, has inherited the
.entailed estates of his forefathers, and
his acres of land are fast going to ruin for
means to keep them op. Ilohert knew
that burled at the North Pole were ontold
riches, which eleven of hie ancestors had
perished in futile efforts to gain posse
sion of. He determines to become
j the twelfth of his race, thus forming the
' title of “Twelve Temptatations," to brave
| a voyage to the land of loe, snow
i and almost certain death. He meets
j with shipwreck, countless perils and
miraculous escapes, and finely finds the
treasure. He repairs his damaged estates,
marries the girl of his choice and every
thing ends happily.
Though not featured, the ballet forms
considerable prominence, and is led by
famous premieres, while the scenic em
bellishments represent a trip through
fairyland. Seventy persons are neces
sary for the production. Moving pans*
ram as and pantomime specialties are In
troduced in rapid profusion. “The
Twelve Temptations” contains all the
elements of success, and Is a proper per
formance for both sexes.
—Red clover seed at the I. X. L. *
—Baled hav for sale at tlie 1. X. L. •
—Vegetable seeds in bulk at the I.
X. L. •
j —Elegant line of sateens Just received
at Cary’s. jeSO-tf
—All styles of job printing st the Hsa
-1 ami office.
—(Jo to Barthold Bros, for your Yaki
ma dairy butter. •
—Myron H. EIMa has the finest line of
neckwear in the city. *
—Five hundred boxes of soap at Barth
olet Bros, only |l.2ft per box. *
—Leave your orders for Ice at the Great
I-X-L Co., delivered every morning. *
—Alfalfa hay for sale s'. Capt. Inver
arity’s ranch. A Lenoir, proprietor. *
Delicious ice cream can lie had day or
night at Herka’s. Leave orders for family
use. jeaOdl
-You will always And Morgan's "Gilt
Edged" butter at Bartlmlet Bros. More.
Call for It. Jfi-tf.
—UKi dozen ladles' Smarting Jerseys,
all colors, reduced from $1.75 to $1 at the
Great I-X-L Co. •
—Go and see the new Japanese goods
just feueived by M. H. Kills, successor to
I. H. Dills A to. *
—Shiloh's Cough and Consumption is'
sold by C. B. Bushnell on a guarantee. j
It cures consumption.
I —A fine new lino of saddles, harness,
etc., just received at C. E. McEwen’s!
1 shop, Yakima avenue. *
—For lame back, aide or cheat, use
I Kblloh’s Porous Planter. Price 25 rents.
Sold by C. R. Bushnell.
—Groceries you most have. 'Groceries
we meat eaU. Let’s trade and both be
happy. Bart hoi et Bros. •
( out me nett at voce. We WW not more a
• cell
The Vini
Which MV Milt occupy it nearly completed.
•rare. Tin •cart or anything yon
make yv't
We have a special wor
Price them, at ice hare matked ercry tUnr
rage* and lamp
Everything cheap. mis* thin grand
A Chutwk or Accidents.— l <ast Sat-
I unlay was a bad day for accidents. First
a man named Mars, who is in the em
ploy of John Clematis, was tlirown from
a horse resulting in a broken collar bone.
Then Johnny, son of A. P. Each bach, fell
from a load of hay and fractured his
thigh bone, and last Isaac Taylor, jr. while
stacking hay met with a very peculiar
accident in which a bone of hie fore arm
was broken and his body badly bruised.
He was on top of a large stack when a
whirlwind came along and carried him
aud aU*nt a ton of bay some distance off,
ami deposited them on the ground in a
rude and boisterous manner. Dr. R. M.
Savage dressed the fractures of all of lbt%e
Took Strychnin* With Urn Mklon.—
On Monday a young buy naue<! Newell
jumped into a garden |«tch, in the Kon
newo* k district, and acting a handaome
muskmeloii rouimenml ita destruction.
He bad taken but a few bitea of tbe fruit
when lie noted a peculiar taate, and in a
abort time he waa attacked with apaama.
Friendly banda found him and Dr. Mc-
Altaian relieved bia stomach of a very
obnoxious load. Tlie melon bad been
doctored with strychnine in order to
poiaon coyotes.
A Vaioca Bill.—Mom- Adams met
with a serious accident Monday, which
came near ending bia life. He waa lead
ing a polled Angus bull, when tbe animal
charged at him, striking him in the breast
and knocking him through a barbed wire
fence. Mr. Adams’ face and body were
torn by the barbs and three of his ribs
| broken. Dr. Ileg was summoned, and
1 the patient is now doing nicely.
HrnuTi AUSM.— Dr. Louis Schleisinger,
a celebrated spiritual ami test medium,
boa taken apartments at “The Yakima,"
| and is now prepared to give sittings. Dr.
I Scbleaioger is editor of tlie Carrier Doer,
published at Haa Francisco, aad ranks
high among spiritualists. Judging from
tbe many newspaper comments on the
powers of the doctor, his manifestations
are truly wonderful.
Massikd.— At North Yakima, Sunday,
July 21at, Klmer Swartz to Miss Lucy
Green, of Totooo, 111.
—That hacking cough can he so quickly
cured by Shiloh’s Cure. We guarantee
it. Sold by C. B. Bushnell.
—The stock of barneos, saddles, Ac., at
C. K. McEwen's is the beet in the city,
and hia prices are the lowest. *
Arctic ice cream soda knocks out all
other summer dripks. (Jo to Herke’s
candy factory and try a glass. jeUO-tf
—Every garment made by M. Pro
bach is warranted a good fit, good work
manship and to give satisfaction. *
—“Hackmetack” is a lasting and fra
grant perfume. Price 25 and 50 cents.
For sale by C. B. Bushnell, druggist.
—For a nobby suit, made to order, do
not fail to call on our popular merchant
tailor, M. Prohach, on Yakima avenue. •
—A nasal injector free with each bottle
of Hh Hob's Catarrh Remedy. Price 50
cents. For sale by C. B. Bushnell, drug
—For square dealing and value received
for your hard earned cash, call on T. G.
Redfield for anything in the line of jew
elry. »
—C. K. McKweu is now offering sad
dles, bridles, lisniess and everything in
his line at prices not to ha duplicated this
side of Portland. •
—lf you hsve lost any money lately,
Redfield will return it by selling yon
goods so remarkably rlieap that you will
forget your misfortune.
C. E. McKweu takes a pride in taming
out good work. This is the reason hia
harness, saddles, bridles, Ac., give such
satisfaction and outlast all others. •
—Dr. Savage will be found always
ready to attend calls day or night. Office
over poetoffice; residence on Second
street, one block south of First National
Rank. Oct. -tf.
—M. Probach be* received one of
the finest lines of spring and summer
goods in the city lor gents’ suits. He has
also secured one of the beat journeyman
tailors, who makes up tbs garments at
borne, and is much more beneficial to the
community than peddler tailors. *
tstirf tor Paklkaitos.
las* 0»T«r»; •» Nost* Ya|i«a, W. T.,» I
Ju»> taw. i i
I -WOTU'B la hereby given that Ike following j
i-Wi named avttler bee SIM notice of bl« In
< tention to make flaal proof In eupport of hie
Slniai. and that Mid proof will be made before
the Register and Receiver at the V. S. Lend
, Other at North Yakima, W . T.. oa September S.
law, the ■ •
Of Yakima, W. t . Hd. 3M for Iba SW*. MC| 4
B.' v b R 4
to prove hU rontlnwnu residence noon and rul
ilvaUon el nM land, vU: Twi4 * J Vttnl and
William Tborntou, of North Yakima. W. T.. and
Andr Mr Daniel and R. P. Stone, of Yakima,
wTf. IffM IRA M. KRt’T*. KrrHt»r '
•ingle aiiicle if unheard of lor price* trill
ng Block,
Hr mean tv give you a chance to buy Hartl
need of vt al price* that trill
d to say of these goods:
down to a ridieulonfly low figure. Bird-
I ware at tout.
Mir. hat strike abik the iron i« hat.
<Sc Bilger.
Northern Pacific R. 8.,
The only line running Pullman Paine* Sleeping
Can, magnificent day coschaa. sad
bcmit Eosurr norm mum
with Bertha Free of Cost,
To the ICoMI.
The Only Tramoontiuciital Line Hanning
(Heels. Ti Costa.)
Fastest lime ever wade from the Coaat, over tbs
lOKTHERI none 8. 8.
To Sioux City. Council Blufib, At Joseph, Atcbl
son, le*avenworth. Keossa City,
Burlington, Qniney,
Aud all points throughout the Raat and South
ceat. vie St. Paul and Minneapolis
Pillau Sleeping kuamfclim
Can be aecurcd la advance.
Are hauled on reaular BxpreM Train* ever
the entire lencth of the X. P. R. R.
Connection made at Ht Paul and Minneapolis
to all point* Ka*t, Month and goatheat.
Through train* leave Yakima for Ht Paul at
3*87 p. m.
Through train* for Portland and all point* oa
Pacific sad Cascade division, at # .B* p. bl, con
necting at Tacoma with boat* for olnt* on
Ticket* oc sale to aU point* In the United
State* and Canada. For mate*, rate*. Sc., ap
ply to H. C. HUMPHREY,
Ticket Agent. North Yakima.
A, D. CaaßLaroM,
Amt. Ueocral Passenger Agent, No. 121 Pint
■treat, cor. Washlngtoo, Portland. Oregon.
Fkrap and Rsrabl* Pwcc.
J. M. Stout is prepared to build his
| patent fence any where in the county, and
. when money cannot be raised he will
take produce in payment. This is a
'splendid offer, as the fence is lasting,
cheap and pretty. tf.
■arklran Antes Salve
Is the best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
coma, and all akin erupt ions, and positive
ly cures piles, or no pay required. It is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or
money refunded. Price 25 cents per box.
For sale by C. B. BoabnaU, druggist.
10 "•VW&S * OTMAW
je-tf Mease. Yaklam Co.
Tbs Salebrated Fraocb Cura,
fie Bout os a
5£55 SA.
'"‘VSnSiSh midYcini *dST
wsersas season,
Sola Agents. North Yakima. W. T.
Yakima Candy. Factory-
Anticipating the want* of my nmumma and in.nnein,: runt* *»***. I ha\»- per
fected arrangements for furnishing
X Hi-rt-nm! !<•«• Crt-iun !
At modmtt priced, end lor (nUir aocomowlatun will keep «rt;X AT AU
HOURS. Also a full line of
Rk Caiiiex, Hub, Fral Fnib, lipoid aid Omstic Ciiaa
• P. J. ItEKKBp
1 Propriett* Yakima Candy Factory.
Want the Earth!
fill im till iw Hurt Is 111 nSH Stf
Opposition we invite! Competition we defy!
Grand Knock Out
For ISText Ten. IDays I
Onr More room Mac ee onmowM with good*, we qnoto special Cask Price*:
100 tan Laiies’ Silt Ktti ittati ti 25c. a pair.
100 iozn Ladies Cilired Hot; vntk 40t, rediced ti 25c. a pair.
100 inn Lilies’ Haitian Mrrati 26c. atk.
Remnants! Remnants!
Don’t Miss This Opportunity!
Call Early Before They Are All Sold!
Owing to vrmtock in Udin' Dust era, wo will comment* to eUaghter prim.
ca-raxLd Out in Prices!
In wr Mho* Department, onr Intention la to knock peteee 09 lew no to unke
Our Men’s and Boys’ Clothing .Department
Witt be Knocked SMy! Cali at once and be convinced.
" .. .. » 12AO ”7 JO | ” ” ” 7JO " 5.00
’* ” " K. 0 0" |lOl " n ” MO ” >,OQ
” PANTS ” M 7JO "6.001 ” PANTS ” 6.00 " 4.00
” •’ " '» 0.00 ”3.501 2JO '*■ 1.60
Groceries. Groceries.
Priced Lower Than Evert
Wo carry tho Largest Slock, tbo Loloal Styles, ud Prices so Low that It Makes
Everybody Rails
Very Respectfully,
Great I-X-L Co.,
N. B.—Look for Sign on the Store Building.

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