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THE YAKIMA HEMP.
THURSDAY. AUGUSTS. ISH. James-Stepuenson.— I The marriage of W. H. James, of the Republic, to Miss Ida Stephenson, eldest daughter of Jos eph Stephenson, chairman of'the board of county commissioners, was celebrated at the residence of the bride’s parents, Sunday evening, August 2d, at 8:30 o’clock. Sunday was the birthday anni versary of Miss Stephenson and hereafter she will have occasion to doubly celebrate it. Rev. J. T. Kshelman, of the Chris tian church, had been summoned from the Sound to officiate at the marriage and he performed the functions of bis office with that graciousness which showed that his heart was with the handsome young couple. Kverytbing moved off with the smoothness of well oiled cogs and then the large gathering of friends present sat down to a repast which they will rememl>er with pleasure lor many a long day. Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Esbelman, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Sawyer, Dr. and Mrs. Savage, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Sinclair, Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Kllis, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Flint. Mr. and Mrs. 8. C. Henton, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Stuart, Mr. and Mrs. Cbas. Car penter, Mrs. L. J. May. Mrs. G. W. Cary, Mrs. O. W. Goodwin, Mr. and Miss Sinclair, Captain and Mias Letts Kings bury, Mr. and Miss Hamacher, the Messrs, and Miss Wiley, Miss Florence Barker, Miss Crosno, the Misses Cary, C. H. Lombard, H. 11. Lombard, W. G. Cornett, M. Harris, N. Hartung, J. W. Golden, Thomas Harvey, Henry Teal, L. £. Sperry and J. H. Bigelow. The Misses Sinclair and Barker officiated as brides maids and Messrs. Sperry and Bigelow as groomsmen. The presents were num erous and included a sewing machine, bible, buggy horse, stand of house plants, silver water set, silver cake stand, two silver fruit stands, silver teapot, two peariagate teapots, three individual silver casters and one large silver caster, two seta of silver spoons, silver cake knife, silver pie knife, 1 dozen jars of assorted fruits, set of silver knives and forks, glass water set, glass frnit set, chair, large etching, doxen napkins, wisp broom bolder, sugar spoon, bureau scarfs, bottle perfumery, embroidered handker chief and a hanging lamp. Mr. and Mrs. James have gone to housekeeping in a cottage on Sixth street. Coi.. L. H. Howi.ktt Honored.—Gov ernor Ferry has appointed Col. L. 8. Hewlett the delegate to represent the state of Washington at the national irri gation convention to be held at Salt Lake, Utah, on the 15tb, 10th and 17tb of Sep tember. Col. Hewlett is well qualified to represent this state in the convention bat as the appointment carries with it no salary, or even expenses, he will doubt less be obliged to decline the honor. Yakima as containing tbe greatest irri gation projects in the world should cer tainly be represented and the Northern ern Pacific, Yakima A Kittitas Irrigation Co. could well afford to provide for Col. Hewlett’s expenses and services, as irrigation capitalists from all over will be there and the reports of the meeting will be generally circulated in irrigated sec tions. As an immigration project, among the very classes that would most lienefit Yakima and the state at large, this has no superior. Him Mineral Finds Reforted.— 'There has been considerable raining excitement at Kllensburgh for some time past which has been augmented recently by tbe finding of another big nugget valued at S9OO, which, by the way, is the largest one found since tbe $3,300 nugget picked up on the Hwauk several years ago. Se attle has taken the mining fever and on Tuesday about twenty men from that city, headed by Dr. Kellogg and the Dennys, left Ellensburgb, where they had out fitted, to prospect tbe Swank and Peehas tin districts. The Menastacb is also attracting much attention and it is be lieved that it will prove a rich camp. A company is now spending considerable money for machinery to work tbe bar at the mouth of the creek from which it is confidently anticipated much gold will be taken. A Bad Death.— Miss Ethel Weikel, step-daughter of D. R. Fish, aged 14 years, died on Wednesday, August sth, of peritonitis. Much sympathy is felt for the family of the deceased who can scarcely realize their great loss so sud denly has it come upon them. Miss Ethel was apparently in good health only a tew days previous when she visited this city, and her charming appearance was commented upon by friends. The funeral will take place Friday and its sad ness will be intensified by the absence of George Weikel, brother of tbe deceased, who is some where in the mountains and knows nothing of the sorrow that awaits him. The Ticket Thief Recattired.— Tbe escaped railroad ticket thief, Albert Wil bur, was captured by Deputy Sheriff Diliry, on Sunday fast, at an Indian camp about six miles this aide of Fort Sirocoe, where he had gone to replenish a depleted “inner man.” The authorities obtained track of Wilbur on Friday, be having been seen up the Ahtanum. A number of men anxious for the SSO re ward offered were after the fugitive, but it remained for Mr. Diliey to make the capture for which he is entitled to great credit, he having been untiring in his efforts to get Wilbur once more with in tbe steel cage at the county jail. pouoEMEAM Rowe Hqonrs Policeman McLain.— Thursday night about eleven o'clock while Policemen Fred Rowe and Alex McLain were standing in front of Shardlow A McDaniel's, recounting tbeir valient deeds in capturing burglars, mur derers and old drunks, Rowe’s revolver fell bom its holster in such away that when it struck the sidewalk it exploded a cartridge and the bullet took McLain in the calf of the leg. Dr. Ounn w«s sum moned end dressed tbe goon-shot wound. (No pun intended.) —P. B. Woodcock has tbs thanks of Tgx Herald office for a box of most del id pus peaches. LOCAL BREVITIES. —Col. L. 8. How lett has been upi*>inted a notary public. —Regular type writer paper carried in stock at The Hebald office. —A. Forbid has the thanks of The Hebald (or a fine watermelon. ** —C. M. Houser in arranging.for quar ters in which to open a bakery. —A. F. Switzer is having a cement walk laid in front of his new block. —Councilman James 11. Needham lost a cottage valued at S3OO by the Cle-Ehim fire. —Look out for the thimble-riggers on circus dsy. They will be on the watch for grudgeon. /-Chief Moses celebrated the 4th ofj July at Coulee City by getting as drunk as a boiled owl. —Dr. Hare’s commission as receiver of the U. 8. land office was received by him on Wednesday last. —Harvesting has commenced and the threshers throughout the county are being kept steadily at work. —The first car load of watermelons of the season was shipped from here on Saturday last for Seattle. W. A. Cox is favorably mentioned as suitable timber out of which to mold the chief officer of this munici pality. —The Horton House at Kileusburgh has gone into the hands of a receiver, J. L. Banks having been selected to occupy that position. —The party from Goldendale whojwero to illuminate Mount Adams on the 4th of July failed to make the ascent, the w cut her being too stormy. *—H. H. Allen made a sale of his train load of cattle at Chicago that averaged him about $42 per bead. He will be home inside of a week. —Councilman Tucker has prepared his resignation as councilman of this city and Councilman John Keed has intimated .that he will do likewise. • —Col. Taggard has a young lyax as an attraction of his place. It was caught by Dr. Savage who pinned it to the ground with a pitchfork. —Capt. Robert Dunn has been elected chairman, (’has. Carpenter, treasurer and Wallace Wiley, secretary of the Yakima Hop Growers Association. —Headers will learn something to their interest by perusing the new advertise ments of I. H. Dills, Fechter A Uoss, and the Yakima Candy factory. —The cool weather of the last few days and the rain in the mountains may induce many of the campers to come in while the circus will attract others. " —Jason Carpenter and Nicholas McCoy returned Sunday from a trip tu Bumping lake. They report trout and game us very plentiful and their trip as especially pleasant. —The sale of Mr. W. F. Jones’ 80 acres on the Moxee was made to W. W. Graybeal, and not Fielding, as announc ed. Mr. Graybeal is a stockman and recently arrived from Colorado. —William Milligan,a Wenatchieranch man, was drowned recently while bathing in the Columbia. Milligan was subject to fits and it is believed that he had one of these spasms while in the water. —Judge C. B. Graves, of Ellensburgb was in the city for a short time Monday, having accompanied his mother, who had been visiting the Judge and his wife, thus far on her way home to Spokane. —George Taylor recently met with u painful accident while operating a hay elevator on his Selab ranch. The lips of two of bis fingers were caught in the machine in such a way os to be nipped off. —By law, which has just become oper ative, all physicians, accoucheurs and mid wives are required to register their names and postoffice address with the county auditor. A failure to do so will subject them to a fine —Dr. Smith, to whom was largely at tributed the failure of George Heaton, of Ellensburgb, is again up to his old tricks. He skipped from the burg to Texas,where be is charged with embezzling a large sum of money from his employer. of W. L. Jonca are putting him forward for mayor. Mr. Jones when first approached on the subject pre-emp torily declined to make the race but Councilman Needham is of the opinion that bis consent can be obtained. —Josh C. Clary,of Cle-Elum, was mar ried at that place on Thursday of last week to Miss Mary McNatt. The bride was one of the suffers in the big fire, she having lost all of her clothing and about one hundred dollars in gold and green backs. —O. V. Uammon, of Portland, is a new comer here who has become associ ated with P. J. Ilerke in the manufacture of candies. They have opened their factory in the building on First street formerly occupied by MacCrimnion A Masters. D. E. Lesh, who is one of the state hor ticultural commissioners, maintains that in one year from now Yakima will have more orcha/d area than Walla Walla, which means that this county will be tbe center of the fruit growing industry for the northwest. —A match game of base ball lias been I made up between nines of Eilensburgh and Yakima lawyers to take place at the former city on Labor day, which occurs early in September. It is understood that Slemmons, of Eilensburgh, and Reavis, of Yakima, are to be barred. —Mayor Nichola and C. F. Rockwood were taking a spin around the city, in the former’s cart, Tuesday, when the seat gave away and both were landed in the street In front of the land office while tbe horse went off by himself at a lively pace but was stopped opposite the post office. i.uw i. n. ikwu man. It ('ilk • Spend leetilf d Ue l.llril u( Te.(en Ik Mpilil WUrk k leofld. Mayor Nichols called a special meeting of the council Wednesday evening and after a few preliminary remarks invited Councilman Reed to the chair and sub-1 mitted his written resignation. The document states in effect that the council of the city not appearing to endorse but rather to oppose the views expressed by the mayor as set forth in his messages of July 20th and August 3d. and the mayor being satisfied of the correctness of the positions assumed by him, the same having been taken after considerable research, he feels that there is no option left him Imt to resign the mayoralty; believing as he does, coo-: corning the necessity of a vote of the! people to authorise incurring indebted ness, that he cannot consistently remain in office and validate hy bis signature acts of the council which he considers unauthorized by law. He thereupon tendered his resignation as mayor to take effect at once. The resignation was accepted by a unanimous vote and Councilman John Reed was elected mayor pro tern. BRIEF 11LLUCS FRO.R THE COi KU. Kesalar and Special Smiana that arc Fall af I'ilh -Rnianatiau KciaU in Callia: a Npcriail Etcctiaa. The council met Monday evening in regular session and after preliminaries listened to a message from the mayor in which he spoke of the able argument of Judge laewis, but reiterated his stand on - A letter was received from Mr. Burke, of the firm of Burke A O’Connor, who were the lowest bidders on sewer con struction, but wbo, by some hocus-pocus, failed to get the contract, in which he asked for S2OO to cover his expenses, and said the city would bo entailed with a suit if not granted. The letter was filed away. The committee having in charge the ; circulation of the petition railing for a special election to vote on reincorporation rejiorted 81 signatures. After considerable discussion tbe theat rical license was placed at $5, and the license on drays and trucks so that it. would be sl2 j»er year, in advance, for single horse drays and S2O per year, in advance, for two horse trucks. The costs of sewerage to date was figur ed up at $913. and Harris A Co. were notified that $47,000 would be the amount of the bond issue. A special meeting was held Thursday evening. Councilman Tucker tendered | his resignation which was accepted. A special election was called for Sept. 7th to fill vacancies in the city govern ment and to vote on the matter of rein corporation. The election in the first district w ill be held in the Hew lett build ing. For this district Roliert Crory was ap|>ointed inspector, Wm. Lee and David Guillaod, sr., judges, and O. A. Fechter and W. H. James, clerks. In the second district the election will lie lield at the city hall, and the officers appointed are C. 8. Nevift, insiwctor, J. P. McCafferty and L. C. Lovell, judges,' P. M. Spain and O. T. Stratton, clerks. I tSvrriltrS Letter I.Ut. Letters uncalled for at the Postoffice at North Yakima for the week ending Aug, 1,1801: Alccune, Jos Brown, Ed Brookes, Rose A Branyan, John D Butler, Miss Lulu Childers, S W Jordan, Mrs. Mary Johnson, Glenn H I/onis, Miss Cora Leedsm, James McKonen, J W McMamara, John Naylor, E E Perkins, Miss Pheba Rayner, George Ross, Washington Hpencer, Marinda Trearney, Peter F i For the week ending Aug. 8, 1891 : Asbvan, J Am don, C E \ Host wick, W L Brown E Brown, James Brown, Cecil Boyers, C L Clark, J DeForest, F R Edwards, A Gibson, W-2 Gray, John Hord, A Healey, P 11 Ix)wry, James Marers, J E Moeglin, J E Mathews, S Nineyes, J Piggeon, C F Preckton A Deck Phillips, M Quinharo, Mr Russell, J Hanford, Bam Scott, A J Vincent, Prof J P Warren. Mrs A 8 Persons calling for any of the above letters please give the date on which ad vertised. R. Di'nn, P. M. YAKIMA CITY LIST. Anderson, J A Baker, Charlie Costello, Bartley Cham pie, Geo Davis, Miss Flora taming, John E Ferris, Mike Fitxgerald, Michael Fitxgerald, William Hanssen, Yens Hammel, Geo Joseph, Maggie-2 Jones, Mrs Chas A Miller, Wm H Martin, Jos McCone, Mrs Jas McNally. Patrick Neesey, WII Jordan, Mr Moses Pbipany, Haller Ritter, Newell Robbins, Jemima Spahr, James Wharton, Sarah E. Locdon, p. M. —lt is a question whether or not Fore paugb's circus will visit Yakima. It is now in Eastern Washington and billed for Portland and the Sound cities but not for points on the Cascade division. As the show is to visit Baker City and Boise it may drop in here on its return from tide aster. —Chsa. Chase, of Fsirhaven, has, through Messrs. Fecbter A Ross, sold to Philip Metxlar, of Tacoma, 600 acres of unimproved land in township 16, range 17, Nstchees valley, for a consideration of 112,000. This is the largest sale made here since the Mclntyre-Mason deal. —The close season for grouse, pheas ants, prairie chickena and sage hens expir ed Saturday last, but it will not be lawful to kill ducks, geese, swan, deer or moun tain sheep until Saturday August 15th. There is no close season for bear, wild cats or rattlesnakes. new post offices have re cently been established in this state. The name of Tfehs post office has been changed back to Kennewick, and Oreo, in Kittitas countv, has been changed to Thorpe. Sllico is a new post office established in Douglas county. PKHSONAI,. F. R. Reed is now io Kansan City. B. K. i'ni|x's left for Seattle, Wendea day. Mrs. I*. J. Flint left Monday to spend a couple of weeks on the Sound. Charles Cunningham, one of the sheep kings of Umatilla county, is in the city. Alex Miller and wife left Wednesday for a week of camp life at Soda Springs. W. W. Atherton leaves the first of next week fur a ten days trip to the mountains. Mr. and Mrs. Rhcmke, of Kllensborgh, were the guests of If. Keuchler and wife, Sunday. 1). Stewart, who is to superintend the sewer work, arrived here Wednesday and is <|uartered at the Hotel Yakima. Jay Sedgwick, of Tacoma, tax adjuster of the Northern Pacific, was in the city Monday conferring w Ith the county com* inissioners. Mrs. W. 11. Owens and Miss Daisy Owens, of I'rbana, 111., mother and sister of Mrs. J. 11. Needham, arrive*! here from Tacoma on Thursday. Mrs. M. W. Wallace is at Hot Springs endeavoring to regain her health which has been very i»oor for some time past. At last report she was improving. Mrs. 11. C. Humphrey and Miss Dun ning returned from Victoria and the Sound country on Friday last. They pronounce their trip most enjoyable. T. 1,. I*. Mulford and wife have taken up their home in Washington, D. C. Mr. Mulford has been ap|»ointed agent of the Npw York Mutual Life Insurance Co. * Mettont. McKinney, Strohach, McCoy, Steinweg and Fred I’arker, of this city, and Wheeler, of Sprague, expect to leave Monday for the coal mine* on theCow lits. Mr. J. J. Johnson, of Kentucky, who has been visiting hia couaina. Sain and Jay Vinaon, for the past couple of weeks, atarted for home Thlira*lay via I’ortlund and San Franc iaco. Frank Jaiidlaw, of Tacoma, is in the city. Mr. Luidlaw is interested in hope ami it ia not known whither he ia here looking after pickers or a new location. It ia to be hoped it ia the latter. Messrs. Mullen, Norton, Jones and Humphrey, of Seattle, arrived here Wed nesday, accompanied by a cortple of fine bird dogs, ami left that evening with James Mackison for a few days shooting on the reservation. F. S. Woodward returned from Portland on Friday last and the probabilities are that he will remain as HU|«rintendent of the water works ami electric lights as the company has refused to accept hia resig nation. J. M. Baxter returned from Hot Springs Tuesday t » look after his haying. He saya his family and the Vinsons are pleasantly situated and are enjoying bear meat, venison and trout. They will probably remain away altout aix weeks. * Senator Frank Hiscock, of New York, and two bods, arrived here on Friday last and were the guesta of H. B. Scudder. The Senator and youngest son left for home Sunday night, but Mr. A. K. His cock ia still here looking after hia prop erty interests which are rather extensive. Senator Hiscock was delighted with Yakima and intends returning here as soon aa hia engagements will permit. There have l»oen crowds of visitors and gay times at Soda Springs of late. Among the visitors during the past week have been the Redfields, the Carys, Capt. Thomas and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gran ger, Mrs. G. W. Goodwin, Miss Itollie Barker, Rev. W. 11. Cornett, J. D. Cor nett and family, the Lives leys, Fecbtera, ami many others. Mrs. Atherton in forms The Herald that she counted 205 people around their camp (ire one even- fishing and hunting ia good ■flu the campers are revelling in trout | ami birds. Several social entertainments, have been given which were inaugurated by a progress! ve euchre party and elegant lunch given by Mrs. Snively, which was followed by a candy-pull by the ladies at the Pngsley camp, a “camp-fire” by Mrs. Kdward Whitsun and a social by Mrs. Strobach, the latter taking place Monday evening. —The owners of the Selah ditch are arranging to begin work in September and complete the ditch at as early a date oh possible. For some time past they have been waiting on the representative of an Kngliah syndicate who had an option on the property but as the option has expired and the representative does not pat in an appearance but has written several times extending the date of bis inspection of the property they have con cluded not to temporize any longer, but to push the enterprise to a finish. —Allen C. Mason during his recent visit here took a trip to the Konnewock country and came hack enchtfnted. He had never seen orchards to equal thoee of that section and could not find words too glowing in speaking about them. It is Mr. Mason’s intention to own s model farm here and will l»e back soon to perfect his plans. He left Sunday for the Oka nogan country to look after his mining interests making the journey via Spokane and the Washington Central. —Cle-Elum Tribune; (ienora 1 Manager J. L. Warner, of the Cnlver Mining com pany, ban been invested with Uie man agement of the Olympia, or Marshall Blinn, properties in the Peabastln, now controlled by the reorganised Cascade Mining company. A force of men was oet to work Monday on the mines. It is proposed to expend between SIO,OOO and $15,000 in development work and in the providing of machinery for operating the mines this season. —Dr. Savage will be foond at bis office on Yakima avenue from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. Residence in Wide Hollow, at the old Shaw place. 15-U —Choice oats and chop barley for sale at North Yakima Roller Mills. 14-tf Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov’t Report ABSOU/IEIY PURE A KplenSltf cigar. W. Wallace Atherton has recently re ceived a large invoice of “The Yakima," a hand-made Key West cigar, that is de servedly becoming very popular among lovers of the weed. It is of choice, selected tobacco, of good shape and size, and a free smoker. Remember the name. It is “The Yakima," and can be found only at the Hotel Yakima. * —Crippan, lawrence A Co.’s offices have been re-opened in the Syndicate block, and Mr. McKinney, their manager, announces that he is now ready to nego tiate loans, in small or large amounts, for long or short time, on farm or city projierty. If lanng man, (base camp steals at l.ombard Sc Hartley's arc almost Mg cnangh far twa. Remember this when yau take yaur best girl aal ta a picnic ar an n flthlng taur. —C. E. McEwen ia now offering sad dles, bridles, harness and everything in hia line at prices not to lie duplicated this aide of Cortland. « lumprro-eal ihauli rtataktr that iiirj caa due (•■•(•■lartaal «l|hra*l«r real b) laklag a few af tUosc reclining raiup rhaln alM| wllli Ike parly* aatf ifcelr rkeapaess la aaaiker rrcommrndalUa. —Freeh candies made every day at tlie Yakima Candy Factory. 28>lt. TACOMA !*IAHKKTN. [Reported for Tux Herald.) Tacoma. Aur. I,IWI. FIocr—9I.WWVIO y bbl.: Wheat, blue item, *le a bu.; Little club. Me Y ba.; Barter, >1) r ton for feed. ft-' ton (or brewinx: Oata, Hound, an f ton; Hay. Eastern. 9I»; Mound, 914 lava Stock -Mutton. V«.V*e.; Veal. SMSe ; Pork. Cattle, 4M4C«e. Price* quoted are for live weight. Foci.txv—Domestic Duck*, live, 94.MtW.50W do*.: old Fowl, lT.iwwt.'w Y dot.: BroUan,|Mk <W dot.; ifceev. Y dot.: Turkeys. We. Y n.. Vkoktaiii.ba— Potatoes, 91A.91H ¥ ton: Onions, silver skins, 920 ¥ ton; Turnips, fju pton; Car rots. *2O ¥ ton; Cabbage. le. ¥ lb. 1 1 a iit v PRobccTw—Batter, dairy, 2Ut*22e. ft lb.; Choice creamery. :«**: etc. ¥ **»-; cheeae, 14c. Y lb.; Kjors. fresh. 20c. yTdos. lloi-K-i y«2V. Y «» Frcit— Apples. fl .iNiM box: Peaches, 9.75 Y box; Pears,9l Y hot. upcriAi, (;9Lrni«. Wtnif4»H(lp, Max to work os dairy ranch, must k r.kk! milker. Apply to 11. B. Hcudder, Moxee. 24-tl \V a tiled-.to Bell. N ATi HERE * coWYCHEK (HI’BBARD) Ditch Stock. J. B. Pngtlay. rpKS, TWENTY AND FORTY ACRE LOTS. J l-ow price*; easy term*. J. B. Puatley. \(HK)I) iu'SINKHM CORNER. FIRST AND A street*. at a banraln. Apply to i. A. Berk or Kechter A Ross. TTORSES-BEHT TRAM IN THE COUNTY, AT cheap. Al»o flue saddle mare. Will trade for land. J. 11. Pnxsley. F »CK FOOT DRY SLAB WOOD. 94 A CORD. Apply to John Reed. I J ROISTERED IIOMTBIN FRRHIAN BILLS \ and Poland China boar*, 11. B. Sendder, oxec. Waatcd-la Lata. Money to loan on farms, no delay. j. B. Pnxsley. (11l BA P MONEY TO LOAN ON FARM LANDS. / When you want a loan call and a«e ua Whitson A Parker. U Hilled. X N EXPERIENCED SALESMAN OK BI’HI ne** House to represent us aa Salea-Agent In North Yakima. Addrc** WanaHakrr A Brow n, Philadelphia. Pa., the Ijirxeat Clothinx and Tailor!ux House in America. Wan (cd-.Nollr Her*. \RR YOU A RUSTLER? IF SO, TOO ARB wanted to millet for the beat Word'a Fair Transportation Company on the Pacific enaat. Live men and women are wanted In every town. Address the Consolidated Railway Worlds Fair TraiisiM.rtafion Corportallon Company, of Se attle. Wash. “German Syrup” For Throat and Lungs “ I have been ill for Hemorrhage “ about five yean, “have had the best Five Years, 'medical advice. “and I took the fint “ dose in some doubt. This result “ ed in a few hourscasy sleep. There ' ‘ was no further hemorrhage till next “day, when I had a slight attack “ which stopped almost immediate “ ly. By the third <h|y all trace of “ blood had disappeared and I had “recovered much strength. The ‘ ‘ fourth day I sat up in bed and ate “ my dinner, the first solid food for “two months. Since that time I “have gradually gotten better.and “ am now-able to move about the “house. My death was daily ex •‘pected and my recovery has been “ a great surprise to my friends and “ the doctor. There can be no doubt “about the effect of German Syrup, “as I had an attack just previous to “ its use. The only relief was alter “ the first dose.” J.R. Loughhxad, Adelaide, Australia. • THE NOVELTY STORE, 5,10 A2O CENT COUNTERS, Containing only article* of common utility, and which have heretofore commanded prices rang ing from S> cents to |l. Call and see these won derful bargain*. M. H. HARSII, Cor. Pint and A street*. ESCHBACH & HAMEL, Norll YakimaTransferLme. wool). COIL in USB Kumo. Fine Spring Tracks for moving Pianos, Organs and Pnruitnre. Office at Hotel Hart hold. M. G. WILLS HAS REMOVED HIS SALOON And Billiard Parlors Tb Hew M M, Yatiia A?e. The new fittings and furnishings, com* fortable quarters and courteous treatment are held out to the public as inducements for patronage, and the moat popular and purest makes of fine Villi. Liuors ml Clears Are always to be had at his Bar. The second story of the building has been fitted up and partitioned off into Dipt Billiard aid CM Born. Where customers so disposed can retire in seclusion for a 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!” THE YAKIMA CANDY FACTORY Tka leatast Htfnslaeit Parlors Id tko Cltj. lc« Cmm and (mb Oyatrra In nmod. They will alee terry the nice* and Inabaat -rrnmint of Tropical, Doantic Pnlts, Ills, Clfin, Mum, la, In fart everything • flrat-rlaaa place of lb I. kind nacslly handle*. Place of Business iSStsrfffSrtiSS HERKE & GAMMON MATT BARTHOLET, The Cash Grocer and Haberdaeher. FAWCETT BROS^ IMPORTERS OF Farm Machinery and Vehicles; Mole Agent* for the Celebrated MORRISON AND HEADLIGHT WALKING. SULKY AND GANG PLOWB£ DICKS' FAMOUS FEED CUTTERS, BADGER STATE FANNING MILLS. * VICTOR HAY PRESS ( Victor can preu It tone of hay per day), VICTOR HAY, STOCK AND WAREHOUSE SCALES, * RICE COIL SPRING BUGGIES, AND NEW TIGER MOWERS. s Fawcett and Weber Wagons. All putlea intending to puohaaa whom. boagiaa or famine lapleraeate we reqnaatad to cell end examine then\ fedora pursuing. Daedal attention U dlraeted to oor floe atoek •( . BUGGIES, CARRIAGES, HALF PLATFORM A MOUNTAIN SPRING WAGONS. The only dealers in Yakima handling goods direct from the factory. Gfarden & Field Seeds. Corner Front and A ■treeta. aeat door to city Ran, Rertk Taklau, Waah. mow tbbmdui. on orrmon room ns neiqPattll la the line to take Ta ail Feiib Mali Sam. It is tbs Dimae cab soots. It mas tkmafc vssnsoLßO tsaims btbbt oat ur^ TUTBAStO ST. PAUL AND CHICAGO (No Chug, of Can.) rf wee to r«iMii, <■ lot Lotmt loDMI, We«» TOURISTS’ SLEEPING -.-.-CAM, Beet that eea be constructed and la wbieb accommodation* are both rasa and res* wtaay jobholders ot First or ‘ ‘ n ELE6AKT DAT COACHES! A continuous unb connecting with ALL LINES, affording DI RECT AND UNlNTßK rupted service. Pwllaann Sleeper merraUese eaa Se aaasiteS In adraace tbrssfb mmp Afmisffibersad. Through Tlckcfa, To and from all polnta in America, England •^sss^^rr. R. C. Humphbbt, A«ent. North Yakima. AttonSeßffiTK^p m. 1 Paclfc m. Kzp.,lKp. m. | Exp.. 5.40 a. m. PEOPLE’S MEiTIARUT One Door North of Optra Haute. Fresh A Pickled Meats, BEEP, PORK. SAUSAGES, ETC. (Men Mirrrfd to any ftn of Uu Oil y. nunon no, as, > ALL BILL! PAYABLE WEEKLY, Aeeoonta Rendered Krsry Monday. W*. H. KERSHAW.