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THURSDAY. JULY »■ I*l. TU WUIIMTM N ILMM. (•mMmmt Mar Waits Plus far» Bull lag at CWogk Mr. E. Meeker,executive commissioner for Washington, has issued a notice to architects calling (or plans (or a building at Chicago. In which is to be placed the separate state exhibits for the world’s lair at Chicago. He says: This is to be built as nearly as possible from the ma terials found within tbe state, rustic in character in part, with the best o( finish tn other parte—a building that will be an "exhibit” of itself, oi not only of what is here to be found in the native state, yet also tbe finish such will take, the charac ter of workmanship of our mechanics, and including the design, tbe fertility of tbe brain of our architects to plan the most interesting, unique and attractive build ing of the great group at tbe exposition. To this end the architects of this state are invited to submit floor plans and eleva tion and approximate estimate of coat, as a preliminary work, to determine a defi nite plan, after which specifications will be called (or. It is expected tocollect the material and frame tbe building here within the state and have .every stick, stone or other article that is to make a part of the wlmle prepared ready to put into place upon arrival in Chicago. Tmk City Dam’ Deubmatioms.— The council met Monday evening in regular aeaeion with all members present except ing Tucker. Considerable minor busi neaa waa transacted, but nothing of im portance, although the aeaeion lasted until midnight. A warrant waa ordered drawn in favor of ex-Treaaurer J. D. Cornett for nine hundred and odd dol lara, commission on the aale of the city bonds and the disbursement of the pro eseds. The marshal was instructed to enforce the dog tax ordinance, and the saloon license of the Hotel Yakima was ordered renewed upon the notification of the clerk that Mr. Atherton had paid a thousand dollars into the city treasury. Much time was consumed through the inharmony which apparently exists be tween Mayor Nichols and Clerk Rod man. The latter claims that the mayor is trying to embarrass and binder him In the discharge of his duties for personal reasons; but whatever the trouble is, it should be settled outside of the council chambers, as the bickering cannot help but interfere with the deliberations of the municipal fathers. Am Inman Lothario Gets Shot.— Jack Toles is a gay young half-breed Modoc Indian, who claims the Yakima reserva tion as bis home. On the 4th of July he was especially frisky among the “Klutchs,” as he call’d the dark-skinned feminine portion of the community, and particularly did he pay his devotions to Mrs. William Olney, a good appearing and well educated squaw, and the mother of several children. So effective were the honeyed words of Toles that before night time they had skipped the trul-lul-lu to gether, and Mrs. Olney has not yet put in an appearance. The deserted Olney was beside himself with rage, and the next day encountering Toles he took a shot at him, with the effect of wounding him in the right hand, which had been throw n across the breast for protection. AsToiee is Olney’s brother-in-law, an effort is being made to patch up a peace. The “Yakima” Souvenir Spoon.— Yakima Is not to be left out in the cold, but like the larger cities of the world, is to take up the recent fad of silver souve nir spoons. H. Kuechler has placed an order for these with the manufacturers and they will soon be here. The bowl of the spoon will have “Yakima” in raised oxidised letters, while on the back of the handle will be an Indian’s bead. It has become quite the thing to give these *apoona as birthday remembrances, and many people while traveling about the oountry procure one from each city they visit. Allen C. Mason, in his recent trip around the world, made a collection of several hundred souvenir spoons, which were placed on exhibition at Tacoma the other day and attracted much attention. Tna Bacas.—The horse races were fairly well attended, but there was so much jockeying that the managers instructed the Judgee not to give any of the horses a record, so, as a rule, the time made was much faster than announced by the judges. One of the incidents of the meet ing was the death of the eleven-year-old horse Locomotive, formerly known as Colonel Lewis. A lew days previous to the races the horse was said to have been sold by John Cowdell to Bam Vinson, and while being put around the track on Friday be dropped dead. The claim was made that he was poisoned, but there was probably nothing in that, as those best informed think the death was thg result of heart disease. jFaib and Racing Association Incorpo *ATto.—Artlclss were incorporated to-day lor «q Agricultural Fair and Racing asso ciation, with a capital stock of SIO,OOO. j. R. pattoo was elected president, Hy man Harris treasurer and O. A. Fechter secretary. It is the intention to procure suitable grounds, erect the necessary buildings and lay out a kits track. The move is a good one, for there will be no racing here that will amount to anything «ntil Yakima gets into lbs northwestern circuit. _ _ —James McMurrey, while driving on Second street Sunday, waa thrown from bis wagon and received each internal In juries that tv several days his life was despaired of, but be is now improving, and Doctors Goan A Cos believe that he will folly recover. His collar hone was broken In the Ml * -The Maces company la shipping Its I*9o bone to-day. These are the last now la Yakima county. —J. B. Rea via is moving into the dwell ing recently vacated by T. L. P. Mollord. LOCAL BMVITW. —Wayne Field will have two black bear cube sent to him from the upper country in a few daya. -Mem. Henry Cock. A. 8. Walker and H. A. Griffin have cone to the Nile (or a few days' fishing. —W. H. Chapman sold hie young coyote to F. R. Reed, who preeented him to the manager of The Tacoma. —Joseph Stephenson and Dan Sinclair are making a shipment of 1890 hope. Tbe former is shipping about seven tons. —E. H. Fisher has presented to that old-time disciple of Isaac Walton, Henry Cock, a fine automatic reel, over which tbe colonel feels very proud. —A. B. Weed, after looking over tbe field at Spokane, has concluded to ita main with Yakima, and has taken den room with Uowlett A Walker. —The first hop contract of the season in tbe Yakima valley was made the oilier day by Charles Carpenter, who con* traded for A. D. Eglio’t hope at 18 cents. —Theo Stone has sold his gray boras Johnny Knox to E. H. Fisher, of Seattle. The price is said to be $460, and Mr. Stone has gone to Seattle to deliver tbe animal to his new owner. —Peter Kschbach has purchased tbe Emanuel Catto ranch of 240 acres, tbe consideration being *.OOO. Mr. Catto and family will leave on Monday next for a trip to tbe old country. —'The Christian college baa been located at Buena, a Sound town. Rev. J. T. Eshelman will be the manager of the col lege, but will still continue to fill his ap pointment in the pulpit of the Christian church. —The tomato crop will be a failure, it is feared. Borne ‘nsect or disease un known to growers baa attacked the vines and they are withering and turning yellow. Mr. Aumiller says that oot of 4000 vines he hasn’t mors than 500 thrifty ones. —Matt Bartholet’s little boy. while looking at the parade by the militia on the Fourth, was run over by some care less lad on horseback. The child was knocked down and struck in the breast by one of the feet of the horse, but for tunately he was but slightly injured. —A. G. Bachrodt, the former miller on the reservation, has bought from E. W. K. Taylor a half interest in the Prosser flouring mill, and left for that place Mon day evening, where he will make his home. . —The artesian well borers appear to be a very close-mouthed set of people. Their operations are ail concealed behind a high lioard fence, and they refuse to tell bow far down they are. What the object of this secretiveness is no one seems to know, or if they do they fail to divulge. —Phil Stanton returned from the Cle- Elum mining district Tuesday, where he is interested in promising claims. He says that development work is being pushed and that claim holders refuse to talk with capital until the mines are de veloped sufficiently to show their true worth. —The announcements are out for the marriage on Tuesday, July 14, at the resi dence of the bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H. Owens, of Tacoma, of Miss Bessie W. Owens to Mr. J. Horace Need ham. The cards note that Mr. and Mrs. Needham will be at home after August 6 at 518 North Second street, North Yakima. —John Welch, who assaulted George Mclntyre some time since, was sentenced by Judge Graves to thirty days in jail. Mclntyre appears to be non eompoe men tie, but it is not known whether this is the result of the Welch assault or the besting over the bead that was given him by a Seattle policeman a short time previous. —Six bad boys maltreated Ed Willson's dog Trip Tuesday, from the effects of which the poor brute nearly died. Sev eral of the lads were punished by their parents for their inhumanity, and the balance should have been. If parents fail in this duty, they cannot complain if the law is called upon to teach the offen ders a lesson. —D. F. Ravens, of St. John, Washing* ton, vice president of the National Farm ers’ Alliance, was in the city Tuesday and made a friendly call on Tux Hkxalo. He will speak at Prosser Saturday, and in the mean time is making arrangements for a grand rally of the county Alliance, to take place at North Yakima imme diately after harvest. —A party of boys, ranging in age from nine to fifteen years, are arranging to go out prospecting. They have secured four cayusee and are laying up a stock of pro visions for a month’s trip. The kids of tliis city are a precocious lot, and some of them are so exceedingly forward that they will be in lock if they do not get into serious trouble. —ln speaking of thg brief recently printed by Tut Hrbald, in the caas of Alexander Small, appellant, vs. 8. R. G odd is, appellee, Judge Graves said it waa the beat piece of brief work he had ever seen tamed oak by any printing office In the stats of Washington. This Is high praise; but there is no reason why The Hsbald should not be in tbs lead, for it has one of tbs finest equipped offices to be found in the northwest. —Mr. Bam Chappell, who recently re turned from a tour of tbs cities of the Bound, says that South Bend shows more life and vigor than any other point on the coast, and be thinks all of Yakima’s energies elioald be directed to farther by every means possible tbs building of the projected Yakima A Pacific rand, which would give ns a tide water terminus at that young city. The people of Sooth Bend are alive to the benefits to bo de rived from the building of this line, and they look upon Yakima as their natural ally, and will join with m to any more we may make looking towards mutual benefit. NOBTH TAKlli SCOOPED ’KH Otr Boys lucked Oit the EUntbugk in n Bury PneoalUoi. The Fee rib sf July was Celebrate* •a Oread My Is—a mg Crowd aad Isbm flood Sport. country’s natal day has come and gone, and in Yakima it was observed in a manner most satisfactory. The city was crowded with farmers and strangers, while Ellensburgh was represented by a big delegation. Every hotel was filled with people, and not Ims than two hun dred transients took lunch and dinner at K Hotel Yakima. Tbe saloons, cigar pm and rMtsurante were all liberally patronised, and It Is a mystery where all the money came from considering the toandal depression. Tb* Ellensburghers were all ladened with cash, and they bad evidently come down with tbe intention of breaking tbe Yakima boys on the hose team and loot rams, for they were flash ing up their money everywhere and were anxious to bet. They had the prepon derance of cash in sight and had evidently been emptying all of tbe old stockings and money-bags concealed about that town. Through some cause or other the Yakimitos did not back their boys with tbe vigor which local pride and past records would lead one to suppose, but that they got up something is evidenced from tbe fsct that tbe Ellensburghers acknowledge to dropping something over sixteen hundred dollars. The day opened favorably, but a wind soon started, but wasn’t strong or long enough to cause serious annoyance. The program opened with guard mount and a parade on the vacant plat opposite the Syndicate block by Company E, under command of Captain MacCrimmon. The company has improved very much re cently and is becoming quite proficient in drill. In fact, so great has been the change that it waa the subject of favor able comment by the large number of people who were present at this exhibi tion. There was some delay in organising the procession, doe mainly to the breaking down of the liberty car after the litilegirls had mounted and taken their seats. The accident was the result of the breaking of the reach, and while the car could oot he repaired in time for use in the procession, that was the only drawback, for fortun ately no one was injured. One of the features of the parade was the two cars of gaily dressed Indian children from the training school. In the center of the first car waa a young Indian maiden dressed as the Goddess of Liberty, while in the other car was an Indian lad togged out to represent Uncle Bam. The uni formed rank of Knigbtsol Pythias, Meade Post O. A. R., the entire fire department, the Ellensburgh hose team, Company E, N. G. W., school children, mayor, coun cilman and other city officers, Fawcett Bros.’ display, and citizens in carriages completed the procession and made a very creditable appearance as they fol lowed oot the line of march as laid down. new ball was thronged, packed, jammed with an audience intent on bearing the literary exercises. The program was carried oot as published, with the exception that, owing to the absence of Senator Long, a call was made for W. L. Jones to act as orator of the occasion, and he fulfilled his mission in a manner most creditable to himself and satisfactory to his bearers. Ellensburgh sent a floe delegation of young men to Yakima. They were good looking, well dressed, and of gentlemanly behavior: bat they carried no trophies of their skill and little cash home with them. They had plenty of nerve, bat according to the outcome little betting judgment. The first foot race took place at the track, distance 100 yards, between George Guil land and John Damming. Gnilland woo in 10K seconds. He was several feet ahead at one time, but at the finish Hem ming pressed him closely. In the afternoon the hundred yards foot race attracted much attention on Yakima avenue, and our visitors from up the creek were ready to back their men. but found few takers. Those Who entered were: Tboe. Powers and F. Holcmb, of Ellensburgh; James Simmons and W. 8. Davidson. Simmons got the best start and kept it throughout, and was followed in order by Holcomb, Davidson and Pow ners. Time, 10 \ seconds. The hose team race waa the one in which the principal Interest was centered, and various rumors were afloat as to the speed and skill of the Ellensburghers. It wss whispered that they had gotten water in 87 seconds and that they had a won derful coupler, who used a strap attached to the oocsle. All these things were cal culated to create a feeling of doubt in the minds of the Yakimites, and the air of confidence which they had previously worn waa somewhat dispelled. The toss up resulted In their making the first ran, and they came down the course ia pretty good style. The couplings were made without a bobble, but water w*s alow in getting there, and it was calculated that two seconds were lost on this account. The time given waa 41 seconds, and the hopes of the team laded away after this Buoyancy and despondency waa than the order, according to tbs sympathy of the spectators. Bllsnsburghers wars op in tbs air smd tbs Yakimitea down In their bools. EUfosburgh money could find no takers, and the backer* of tbe Yakima loam looked aa though they nover bad a sept and didn’t know the color of either silver or gold. They said that a couple of moo In tbe team had flaked on them, and, as a result of drinking, they handicapped tbe balance of the team all tbe way down tbostretch. Whether there was any troth in this statement la not for Tub Hauls to soy, bat certainly matters looked yary hloo The EUonaborgh team waa a long Urns in patting started They were apparently ready promptly, but one thing and an other, including the firs, delayed tbs •tart, and it was 8 ;30 before they finally got off. Opinions differ mto which tana Bad* the best run, but those who looked to the ran more than they did thegrttiog of aster say that Yakims’Btiine was much the best, and certainly they ran steadier down the coarse. There in no quest ion, however, bat what tbs El lens burgh boys would have won if there had been no bobble in coup ling. The strap attachment is a great scheme, and their coupler is capable of good work, but the crowd, the anxiety to win. or something else, threw him off, and he jammed the noxsle on with such force as to twist a thread, and then before be could wake the turns the water had reached him and carried the noaxle off. Although the threads had been filed, and everything arranged for success, there was only failure, and a more disheartened lot of boys it was hard to find. The coupler went oft and hated himself to death, while the balance of the Ellens burghers drowned their sorrow in Yak ima mineral water. The victors walked off with the spoils and also proceeded to celebrate. In the evening tlie most successful pub lic ball ever given in this city was held at Switser’s new ball. It is estimated that there were four hundred people pres ent, and, altitough all Ellenaburgh vis itors were admitted free, $l2B was cleaned up. The music was excellent, (be hall was the admiration and pleasure of ail and the dancers meet congenial, for every one entered into the spirit of the occasion and danced and in other ways enjoyed themselves until 2o’clock in the morning. t'nnrth af Snip Brlnllllntlnna. The wonderful improvement made by the Yakima brass bend since L. C. Bead assumed the leadership was the source of general comment, and the ears of the members would have tingled could they have beard one-half of the prsiae lavished upon them. But few fireworks were used, sod the sound of the exploding cracker wss scarcely heard during the day. and yet, strangely enough, everyone seemed to have fully realised the ueoal amount of enjoyment. The entertainment of the girls’ guild of the Episcopal church netted about fifty dollars. The fire boys shoved their skill and activity at the two incipient Urea on the Fourth in a manner most satisfactory. A box car caught fire in the afternoon, and in the evening a Are started in the kitchen of the Chinese restaurant on Front street. On both occasions the fire depart ment was quickly on hand and made short work of the flames. Several Yakima young men bet on the Ellensburgli hose team. They now wish they bad been more loyal; but the money was all kept at home. There were a number of Indian pony races in the afternoon, but as none of the judges knew the names of those who en tered it will hardly he interesting to par ticularise. The fat man’s race failed to come oflf. It is understood that after Charley Me- Even withdrew all of the others were afraid to run. Mr. Ed Whitson says our pbeaomenal luck la but the beginning of a loog period of proaperity. He aays the change ia doc to J. B. Reavia, who baa developed into a wonderful mascot aince he joined the army of Benedicts. The wheelbarrow race waa won by N. «. Engdabl. Dave Weddle wee aecond. W. Walters third and J. White fourth. Engdahl also won the sack sere, while Walters was second and Weddle third. An effort is now being made to get up a hub-and-hub race with the Elleosburgh boys. They are not quite satisfied, and propose to ran with carta for TOO feet, according to national association rales, for S6OO a side. Yakima baa raised her money, and. like champions, are awaiting the challenge from the vanquished. B. E. Snipes waa in Yakima Wednes day and says that the Ellensburghers are claiming at home that they lost $4,800. Mr. Snipes was of the opinion that all told there wasn't that much money ia the burg, but that most of what there was had been brought down here. Yakima flatters herself that abe polled the tail feathers out of the great Ameri can eagle to a finish on the Fourth. Ts Tclepbaas Subscriber* off ISsrth Tab less ■ Telephone bills most be paid monthly, as per contract under which they are fur nished. The books of the company are cloaed monthly; hence payment by cash or note must be made monthly. W. R. Stows, Manager. Bnchlsn’e Arakn Halve, The beat-salve in the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers. aalt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and all akin eruptions, and posi tively cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 26 eta per box. For sole at J a neck’s Pharmacy. ■CSROHICAL HBBI Have $6 on yoor next suit by sending for 12 cloth samples, fashion piste and measurement blank free. Postage 6 cants. Eo. L. Huntley A Co., Wholesale Tailors, 184 Madison st., Chicago. Wbuu ordering, |>lmm mention Tas Hskald. —Ladies and gentlemen, I would re spectfully call your attention to my new stock of spring and summer dry goods and shoes just arrived from the east. They were bought for spot cash (and cash counts), ao am able to give you the most goods for the least money. Give me a fair trial, and you will ba convinced that my prices are the lowsat. Thanking the public for past favors, I remain very re- spectfolly, Him Dims. -Parties deeirlo* Black Cap Baapber- Has la case loU of 16 or 24 quarts can tears order at Lawrence A Aomilter’a. Blackberries In their aaaaog. -Mrs. E. 8. Mikkslsoo la about to start a bakery, bat in the meantime the beat of home-made bread and bona will beonaale at Harris' Novelty Store on First street, where orders will also be taken for cakes and plea. Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov’t Report ABSOLUTELY PURE TAcomA ntHBETR. (Reported for The Hekald ] Tacoma, July 7,W1. Flocx—H7X4&7& V bbl.; Wheat, blue Mem, Me * ba.; Little nub. V* ft be.: Barter. •atfTtoa lur fewt. m * ton for brewing; Oau. Sound, VH V ton; Hay, Eaatern.9l9: Sound, «U Live Srors-Mstton. Vaal. SMc ; Fork.. : Cattle, >rlca* quoted are °Poclrat—Do mast J c Dorks, live. 97.00917 80 ft doc; Old PtowL M Mff7JO » doe.; Broiler*, 9>oo •AM 9 dot.; Omm. 910 V do*., Turkeya. tie. VaorTAßLxe—Potatoee, 919 «ton; Onion*, ell ear akin*. le. ■ A; Turnip*, ic. 9 A; Carrot*, le. V cabbage. l**e. V »: Carrote. le. V ». Daisy Paonccra-Butter. dairy, 3ar«Mc. »te.; V Cbeaee, 14e. g More—aD®2Se. * ». Fbcit—Pcaebea, »l«l2f> fl bos: pear*. 91 * bo ic *tra wberrlee.fi 75 g crate: cbcrrlea, 7% sritcML cocrstw. Waaird-Hrlp. Man to work on dairy ranch, must bo good milker. Apply to H. B. Scudder. K. M-tl Weatrd-te Bell. m WRNTY HKA OOP YOU NO WOKKMOUU 1 ranging from 10 oto law pound*. Enquire of W. P. Jone*. North Yakima. Wa*b. 18-9t OIXTRRN DAIRY COWS, SOUR H AND \i O bleed Jeraey*. One Jeroey ball. Apply to IT stauton, Ahtanum. 21-4t ATi HKEZ A COWVCHBB (HUBBARD) Ditch Stock. J. B. Pugatey. mgN. TWENTY AND FORTY ACRE LOTS. L Low prloee: easy term*. J. B. Pufaley. A GOOD BUSINESS CORNER, FIRST AND A A otreeto, at a bargain. Apply to J. A. Back or Feebler A Horn. TTORBES—BEST TEAM IN THB COUNTY. II cheap. Al*o fine saddle mare. Will trade for land, J B. Pugaley. UR-FOOT DRY SLAB WOOD, 99 A CORD. Apply to John Reed. ÜBOISTBREO HOI AITKIN-PERSIAN BULLS ll and Poland China boara, H. B. Scudder. Wanted—te Lena. MONRY TiV lOAN ON PAEMB. no dela y. I. B. Pag*ley. CHEAP MONET TO LOAN ON PARH LANDS. When you want a loan call and aea aa Whitoon S Parker. “German Syrup” The majority of well-read phys icians now believe that Consump tion is a gem disease. In other words, instead of being in the con stitution itself it is caused by innu merable small creatures living in the lungs having no business there and eating them away as caterpillars do the leaves of trees. A Germ The phlegm that is coughed up is those Dlmam. parts of the lungs which have been gnawed off and destroyed. These little bacilli, as the germs are called, are too small to be seen with the naked eye, but they are very much alive just the same, and enter the body in our food, in the air we breathe, and through the pores of the skin. Thence they get into the blood and finally arrive at the lungs where they fasten and increase with frightful rapidity. Then German Syrup comes in. loosens them, kills them, expells them, heals the places they leave, and so nourish and soothe that, in a qhort time consump tives become germ-proof and well. # PEOPLE’S HEAT MARKBT, One Door North of Opera Horae. Fresh ft Pickled Meats. BEEF, PORK. SAUSAGES. ETC. Order* Delivered to any part of the City. TELEPHONE WO, 89. ALL 811.L.N PAVABLE WEEKLY. Accounts Rendered Erery Monday. W*. H. KERSHAW. Simpson Bros. Are now prepared to famish to the Public Superior Variedee of Ynit Skade aid Ornaieital Tno. trH in P*wm * tratisa. Her or Oram taken in Exchange tor Treee. Public Road Notice. rpHK UNDERSIGNED. A FREEHOLDER, EE notice to all wnona concerned, that at the next term of the board of county comalaatonera of asaa»aS6«mf« SISSStSS.cSSLiS“~T,.i ££££ northeast quarter of aection Mventeen-17-, town a“aajsssaE: Doted thl« Mh day of June, MM. -*« THE NOYBLTY STORE, 6. 10 A 20 CENT COUNTERS, Containing only article* of common utility, and which have heretofore commanded prices rang ing from fo cents to 11. Call and see these won derful bargains. N. JM. MAMIN, Cor. nist and A (Mreeta. MIMS HAS REMOVED HlB SALOON And Billiard Parlors Ti Kei M M, Yatiia Are. The new fittings and furnishings, com* fortable quartern and rourteona treatment are held out to the public ae inducements for patronage, and tbe most popular and purest makes of fine wins, linns ni mean Are always to be had at his Bar. Tbe second glory of tbe building has been fitted up and partitioned off into Bctait Biart aid CM Bona, Where customers to disposed "can retire in aeclaaion for • sociable time, "far from the maddening crowd’s ignoble strife. ” A sideboard will also be found conveniently located to appease the thirst of up-stairs guests. Drop in and “Smile!” niOM TERMINAL OR INTERIOR POINTS THE lOitlpiMllK.il la the line to take To all Pouts East and Soitk. It la the MNINO CAB sovrs. It rasa through TsanavLsn trains svsst oat in ms ybas to ST. PAUL AND CHICAGO (Mo Change of Cara.) Csapaed sf liaag Ctn UitarfasHd, Mm ftnrat-ftssa 81apri (of Latest Equipment), TOURISTS’ SLEEPING CARS. Beet that eaa be constructed and la which accommodations arc both pass and roa »u»«p of first or Beeoodclass mm DAT COACHES! A continuous lins connecting with all lines, affording oz< SECT AND UNINTER RUPTED SERVICE. Pallatas alec per rcaamUesi caw he •reared la advasee through asy Afeat of she rood. Through Tickets To and from all potato la America. Ragland •ad Raropo eaa he parehaeed at ear Ticket o«ce of this Company. Pall information ranceraiag rates, time •< trains, routes and other details famished on ap plication to aay agent, or A. D. CN ABLXTON, Aset General Passenger. Agent, Mo. 131 Pint street, cor.Washington. Portland, Oregon. H. C. Hcarnaty, Agent. North Yaklme Raat Boand. ■ West Bound. Atlantic Mall, 15.3 p. m. Pacific Mall. ROf. p. m. Rap.. 3.16 p. m. | " Exp.. 340 a. m. FAWCETT BROS, IMPORTERS OF Farm Machinery and Vehicles. MORRISON AND HEADLIOIIT WALKING, SULKY AND GANG PLOWS, DICKS’ FAMOUS FEED CUTTERS, BADGER STATE FANNING MILLS. VICTOR HAY PRESS (Victor eon pmt It torn of hay per day), VICTOR HAY. STOCK AND WAREHOUSE SCALES, RICE COIL SPRING BUGGIES, AND NEW TIGER MOWERS. Fawcett and Weber Wagons. AU parties Intending to pnrrhaee aragona, baggie* or famine Implement* are m-fil to call and examine then before pnrehaaing. "pedal attention la directed toow Cneatoek of BOOGIES, CARRIAGES, HALT PLATFORM k MOUNTAIN SPRINO WAGONS. R» only dMfrn in Y.klin. bondling food, dims from tb. betory. Grarden & iPield Seeds. rente* Front and A tew—. nest door to CHy RoO. IMb Takhna, Weak. Fiber’s Bolden Fenli Pills J3a..%gg . ■*■! b T Mil mM A tor ••. Adores* S \ Tfci Aphro ledleiM \ COMPANY. ' WMtcrn BnMh, Mo* NY. Portland. «'r** nn . Hold by w. H. Cnarnaw. Druggist, North Yak. Ima, Washington. # HKk»U*«CICW WITH«ua w S»U *F IEAL ESTATE SIHLI in K UK In the Superior Court of Yakima Comtit. State of Workington. H UM utter o( tb« MMte of Oco. W. Uoodvlo, deceased. Alice V. Goodwin, the administratrix of the ••tale of UaaW. Goodwin, dacnaaod, bavin* filed hor petition herein duly verified. nmylng for an order of aale of certain part* of the real estate of said deceased, for tbe purpose in said petition sot forth. It Is therefore ordered by this court that all person* Interested In tbe estate of said deceased appear before this Conn, at tbe eonrt boose In North Yaklmn. Yakima eonnty. etata of Washington, on datorday. tbe loth day of July, IMI, at 10 o'clock a. m., to show cease why an order to **ll so mack of the real estate of said deceased, according to taw. as shall be necessary for the purposes In said petition set forth, and that a copy of this order be published once a ween for four consecutive weeks In Tnn Vagin* Use alp. a newspaper published weekly la said county aud state. Dated this foth day of June, IMI. CARROLL B. GRAVES. Brava or WaaninoToiU M Coonrvor Yaatn*. 1 I. Dudley Kahelman. clerk of tbe superior court of Yakima county, state of Washington, hereby certify that tbe foregoing la a true and * correct copy of the original order to show cause why an order of sale of real estate should not be made In the estate of George W. Goodwin, do ceased, as the same appears of record In my witness my band and the seal of said superior court this 2uth day of June, IMI. DUDLEY ESHELMAN. County clerk and ex-offleiu clerk of the superior court of Yakima county, Washington. By H. B. VOORUEH, »R Deputy. SDIIOIS BT POBUCATIOR—Is. ill. In the Saparlor Court of Yakima t'oanty, State of Washington R. M. RRRD, Plaintiff, , P. J. HERE K*. Defendant. 7 The State of Washington to the above named Defendant You are hereby notified that R. If. Reed, plain tiff. has filed complaint against you In tbe Su perior Court of Yakima county, slate of Wash ington. at North Yakima, which will come on to be heard slaty days after the first publication of this lanuont, 10-wlt: Slaty days after the llth day of Jane, MSI, and anleae yon appear and answer the same on or before the 1 3th of day of August, MSI, the same will be taken as coa feseid and ths prayer of said complaint granted. The object and prayer of said complaint Is to forsslose a mortgage eaecatcd by you on the 31st day of Psbraary.lMO.upon lot numbered twenty four 134!. la block number asren m. In the city of North Yakima, Yakima county, state of Washington, as the same appears on the official plat of said city of record In the auditor's office of said county. The said mortgage was given to Orlando Beck, the mortgages, to secure a cer tain pivmla»ory note. datoT at North Yakima, November 2». I*o. lor II V). dae six months after date. pat able to the order of Orlando Beck, with interest at two per cent per month from date until paid and a reasonable attorney’s lee In nme «*< salt. That on ths 12th day of January, M9l. the said Orlando Beek. for a valuable con sideration. dnlv transferred and assigned said promissory note and mortgage to ths plaintiff herein, and prays lor Judgment for with Internet at two |>er cent- per month from Novem ber toth. i m, and for coots of suit and for the usual decree of foreclosure and lodgment for any deficiency, and such other and farther relief as may seem meet and equitable. Witness my band and the seal of said Superior Isbali Court, affixed this fifth day of Jane, A. D.IWI. DUDLEY RHHELMAN, County Clerk and Clerk of Saperior Coart. By H. B. VooanxKs. Deputy. IPaogtS NOTICE. Sheriff’s Sale of Real Estate. In the Superior Court of Yakima County, holding terms at North Yakima, in and for Yakima County, Washington. Keith W. Don lop, Plaintiff, vt. Jamea H. Conrad sod Mary A. Conrad, his wife, and Belle Steiner, Defendants. , By virtue of an order of sale and decree of foreclosure, issued out of said court in the above entitled action on tba .oth day of December,,BW. In favor of the above named plaintiff and against the said defendants, for the principal east of to7s.ee. with Interest thereon at the rats of twelve per cent, per annum from dale thereof until paid, and coats of salt, amounting to and Increased costs, and commanding me to levy upon and make sale thereof, and whereas the said lodgment Is s foreclosure of a teal estate mortgage on the following described property, to-wit: The southeast quarter fSRJ<I of the south west quarter JuW',l and the southwest quarter of the southeast qaarter |SKV»i o( section seven 17]; the northwest qaarter iNWWJ of the northeast qaarter JNE*] and the tasasH section nine-*--, and the east half- R'i-of the northeast quartos—NßW-aad the east half—KU-of the soathsast quarter—HE S~ of section eight-*-, township twelve-l?-. north of range nineteen-IP-east, Willamette Meridian, situate and being In Yakima county, state of Washington. Notice Is hereby given that, in obedience to said command, 1 will, on Haturdav, the Ist day of August A. D. INI, betweenthe hours of * o'clock u. ro. and 4 o’clock p. m. of said day. to-wit, at the boar of Jl o’clock p. m. of said day. at tbs east door of the court boose In the city of North Yakima. Yakima couaty. Washington, sell st public auction to the highest and beat bidder, for cash, all the above described real es tate, or s suit!clem amount to satisfy sold Judg ment. interest, coats end accruing costa. Dated this 2d day of Jaly. urn. D. W. SIMMONS. 3*6t sheriff Yakima County, Washington.