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THE YAMA HERALD.
IKED I COR, Proprlitors. MU BTIRV THI MPAt. _ ts.oo PKR ANNUM. Of ADVANCE. E. M. Beep. Editor and Bmin tm Manager. Of dll Piper if Irt TaM Banana Mph baa decline.! to alio a- We aaam to bo oaod ao a candidate lor the office of circuit jodpoof theUth judicial dlatrict, and now it aaoma probable that the office will be offered to Senator John B. Allon. • J.lxre Sachs, ol Port Toanaend, who waa tried before the last legislatore on a charge of gambling, bee began a crusade palpal the mates, end ioslaU on bolding tbo ahariff and chief of police enawereble far their euoUoneme io the city. Stonaxx Arrive ft ia mid orer .00 eerm will be planted to hope in the vicinity of Yakima next spring. Tbia ■- yield, nnibjnred by peris or other fuse, encouraged an inermm of this industry, and this garden spot ia likely to be os famous lor hope oa it already is lor fruit. 1 A aarmext minister named Parish, bee \ recently glrm tbe greet Yakima country a slap direct io the lace by maintaining in hie sermons that the watermelon was the forbidden bulk If the Reverend Pariah could throw bis Bps over the juicy nod fragrant heart of otto of oar sixty or seventy pound me loos be would become convinced that God in Ue kindness end wisdom never intmded to keep meb delicious frail from his children. Rsv. Dr. Bcncujum, whose famous hellion,** was one of the potent factors in the defeat of James O. Blaine inlftM, dlsd at York on Sept. 25th. Bnrehard earns in time to believe that he was the instrument of divine power to sflket exactly opposite whet was in his heart to do, when he made his famous speech that brought down upon his bead the wrath and objurgations of all repub licans. The reunion of the Missourians has been postponed sad is now in s stale of indedniteoeee from which it is difficult to gst head or tail. If there ie to he a re union Tin Hkbald would suggest that there be a round-up of coons and that the committee send south for e supply of ’possums which would edd immensely to the barbecue sad be certain of attracting every Mheourian within the coniines of this elate besides inducing many from Oregon and Idaho to be present. ’Pos sum and coon meat is a delicacy a genu ine Missourian cannot resist Tns state board of equalisation is now in saariMi at Olympia and a number of counties have had their representatives in attendance, and among them Yakima county, who was represented by Auditor Myron H. Ellis. Mr. Ellis baa asked that the assessment of this county be not increased end be has the well wishes of every citizen in hie efforts, for many are still groaning under the injustice which was perpetrated last year. Yakima is ready to meet an equitable and necessary taxation, bat It protests against being ground down to raise money to pay for extravagant and corrupt measures such aa were imposed by the late republican legislature. Til official axe has dropped, and 8. W. Lamping, special agent of the interior department, awoke a few mornings ago to find his bead in the same condition as that of ex-Collector Bradshaw. The de capitation thus commenced is not to end there, but Register Ira M. KraU is the next one (o go. Mr. Kruts promised to resign way back in April last, bat be bee been holding on like grim death, bat now even the Northern Pacific cannot bold him in position much longer. Congress man Wilson is vigorously urging hie re moval and the inspector, who recently visited this office will report against his longer being retained on the grounds that tbe good of the service de mands a change. Thkbx is Mood on the face of the moon. Irrigation ditches are liable to ran red and the citisena of Yakima obliged to wade through gore knee deep. What the trouble te no one knows bat a federal office holder sod a prominent republican spent a half hoar in criminations and recriminations, on Yakima avenue, Thursday, and the former baa told the latter that If certain things are tbe case he will make him eat his words, and the latter has sworn a mighty oath that be will not partake of the Mil of fare nominated. A leading democrat who witnessed tbe wordy wag ing of war wm so disgusted with tbe amount of bard talk without a Mow that he wm forced to tike to his bed, and dreamed all night of a terrific battle In which mountain howiUers were tbe weapons and codfish balls tbe ammuni tion. What is to be done with Colonel J. C. Heines and Adjutant-General Rom O. O'Brien te tbe question now agitating militia circles. O’Bgten wm insolent to tbe eobordinate officer and received a slap In the face in retorn. CM. Haines in sists that be need tbe flat of bis hand in the smash, but eye witnesses claim that it wm even more gram than that and the blow wm dealt with a sheet of ramie —“Annie Rooney,” in (act. The news paper comments on the affray do not agree as to the best course to be pursued. Tbe (Mgmfimm mys it wm the first time O’Brten wm ever in an engagement, and maintains that Haines should be court martlated—for not hitting O’Brien harder. The Prtm-TUu* enggrstr a twenty-four foot ring, with Marquis of Gooseberry rales, in which to vindicate their wound ed honor; bnt n better plan, and one which won 1«1 satisfy the militia m well m the people io general, would be to Induce Thug Sullivan to kidnap both and apirit them out ol the state. There la no dan ger that a reward would be offered for their roiorn.' The Uniform Rank Knights of Pythias, at regular masting Saturday night, elected J. H. Orser, Sir Knight Captain; W. 8. Scott, Sir Knight Lieu tenant and W. U. Crook, Sir Knight Herald. Hereafter this organisation wiU meet every second and fourth Saturday night in the month, in the old O. A. B. hall. The rank is in good working order and the Sir Knights are drilling hard. —The reservation blacksmith, an In dian named Shuller, was arrested Wednesday, by Marshal McMurty. Sbullen was drank and at the time of the arrest was chasing bis squaw whoa be claimed was unduly intimate with both Indians and white men. That the arrest waaa relief to the squaw was evidenced by her informing her spouse in very good English that it served him just right. —Joe Humphrey, a colored men ia the employ of Ed. Whitson, waa sweated Set onlay night lor emenlting n Cbioa- Cl an in n Front rireri restaurant and eev ering n celestial artery with t knife. At the preliminary examination before Jus tice Gardner the defendant wee bound oeer to tbe superior coart in the mm of ♦SOD. —A report has bam circulated in Tn- coma that the artesian wall hers has ceased flowing. Weil, we joat guess not! It ia belching lorib the fluid that is to redeem the arid lands ol that section in n manner most gratifying. Instead of lemming the flow has increased vary materially sines the well waa opened. —The second artesian veil of the artesian company wee down 250 feet when a stratani aI sand was encountered and work had to be suspended to eecore cas ing. The caeing arrived here Wednesday and the boring has again been resumed. Every indication so far is favorable to the early striking of artesian water. —lt ie reported that all lands of the Northern Pacific, Yakima A Kittitas Irri gation company are at once to be pot on the market at a uniform price of |45 an acre with perpetual water right. Man ager Granger is now at Tacoma so Tint Himo is unable to verify the report. —Congressman J. L. Wilson informed The H skald represenative while in Spo kane the other day that be expected to visit Yakima within the next thirty days. Mr. Wilson is urging the appointment of R. K. Nichols aa register of the U. 8. land office at this place. —There wUI be service at the Presby terian church, Sunday morning, when the sacrament of the Lord’s Sapper will be observed. There will be no service in the evening, the congregation being in vited to the opening services of the new Methodist minister. —A dozen arrests have been made within the past month of persons charged with selling liquor to Indians. The last arrest wee made yesterday. Four pris oners ere now reedy for the pen end will be taken there by the sheriff within a day or two. KECULECTIMS * WHIIL Mop rf Wkal Tkc InU byraatatm in ul Sort ■ tk fib Oty. The democratic delegation to the lore (east of the onterrified at Spokane have re turned and all nnite in exprsmlone favor able to Spokane and the entertainment accorded them. The people np there ■bowed much interest in this section and seemed to be well advised of the artesian schemes and the big irrigation canal be ing built through the Snnnvaide country and in >ll of their expressions showed their faith in Yakima. Tbe meeting of of the various soosUtee was an unqualified success. Out of n possible 305 delegatee nearly two hundred and fifty were present and a better look ing or more Intelligent appearing body of men it would be difficult to scars np in any state. A marked fact noticeable •boot the gathering wee tbe preponderance of young men, who were there as delegatee, many of whom were of republican parent age plainly showing that the vlgsroos young men of Washington are not taking np with a party through inheritance but are giving tbe imam of tbe day careful thought and study and are flying them selves with that side which best represents their convictions of progressive, honest government, and a government that will peas and execute laws to benefit the peo ple in general instead of thorn measures which are especially framed to create and build np a plutocracy. Tbe Yakima delegation had secured quarters at the “Cosmos” tbe very com fortable hotel in tbe magnificent Hyde Mock, which te presided over by Mrs. Welch, a most sstlmaMo lady, who Is ever active and solicitous to give her guests thorn attentions which will tend to make their stay pleasant. Spokane, as all know, has passed through a vary dull and trying period, bnt tbe rim of silver te now to be seen circling tbe Meek clouds of dsprsminn with a halo that indicates coming pros perity. Magnificent crops and hith prices have stimulated bnetnem and tbe merchants and business man in general are feeling in better spirits and more hopeful than lor many months pest. Tbe bankers talk cbeeringly and any the money market te getting easier every day and that a return of good old times te eanfldsntly expected-surely, if a Utile Mowly—but that the improvement will be by graduating steps and ever in the I right direction. Of the ex-Yakimltee In Spokane • there are none to be seen hot what are I doing at least fairly well. £. 8. Robertson Is tbe chief clerk in aeoocesmful iasurance agency and has been presented by bis r wile with a bouncing boy. He thinks ■ there wm never each a kid in existence - before, and treads the floor at night, > during tbe teething and eolicy seasons i with little or no complaint. usonc in jumnu. haarfalb fmtml it Ik KM rf T» Prime, eglklffptti be The slow absorption of many poisons changes in some more or lea modified form the complexion, but arsenic and ammonia show their effect about as quickly a any. The popular belief that aranic clears the complexion has led many silly women to kill themselves with it in small, continued doses. It produces a waxy, ivory-like appear ance of the skin during a certain atagecf the poisoning, but ite terrible after effect, ben become lon net! known In make it of common nee ea n cosmetic. The effect, of ammonia upon the com piaainn are directly the oppoelle to that of areonie. Tbo diet symptom of ammonia poiaonlnff which nppanre among thoae who work in ammonin factories to n die ooloralion of the akin of the none and forehead. Tbit gradually extend, over the lace until the complexion baa a alainad, blotched, and nnaigbtly appear ance. With people who take ammonia into their ayatama in entailer doaea, aa with their water or food, tbeae atriking aymptooa do not appear ao soon. Tbo only affect of the poiaoo that it riaible lor n time ia a general nnoholeaomeneaa and •allowoaaa ol the complexion. Many paopto me elowly abaorbing am monia poiaioo without knowing it. The nan of ammonia in tbo mooufactureo fan greatly increoeodoflato.anditio onqueot ionably need aa an adulterant in certain ■ food preperatiooe. Official analyaia ban plainly abown ite naa eyen in oach cheap articles of onry day oouaumptkn aa baking powders. The continued afaeorp -1 tioo of ammonia io teen minute qnentl ' tie. aa an adulterant in food la injurious I not merely from ite effect upon the Cbm ■ piexioo, hot became it destroys the coat ing ol etomacb and causes dyspepsia and ■ kindred arils. Professor Long of Chicago, is authority for the statement that, if to fifty million parti of water there is one part of am monia, the water is dangerous. Tribal* fnm CM*. leslm. To vhome It may concern: Prof. Mutch came among us unknown and went away carrying the kind wishes and beartly thanks of our people. From a personal knowledge of bis merits aa a phrenologist, 1 most cheerful! elate that I believe In him. C. G. Kails, Superintendent Glendale Works, Heckla Consolidated Mining Co. Office of city health office, Centralis, Wash. None should neglect to obtain a chart for self or children, A. T. Bax kb, M. D. President of Lewis county Physicians iVnanriatinns Praffeaor Mutch, an unsurpassed Phren ologist is stopping at the Hotel Bart hoist, room 2, whe he may be consulted until Monday noon. e<vr« IsaS letter lies. Letters uncalled for at the postoffice at North Yakima for the week ending Oct. 3.1891: Arquette, Wallace Alliance. Pub Co Beck, Francis Mrs Beck,J W Brown, Harry demons, Mrs Mary Calef, F J Forbes. Al Howard Mias Emma Jackson. Martin Jooea, Mrs Minds Lit tell, C P Murry, John Muir, J J Matt. Bob! B Hpaysr. FJ Terry. Emma Wiley, Miaa Lixsie Peraooe calling lor any of the above letters please give the date on which ad vertised. R. Dent, P. M. Idwvd titrf to Ipskm The Northern Pacific has (riven one nod one fifth fere rates on round trip tickets to Spokane for thoee deterioos of attend ing tbe meeting of the Spokane Fair and Race Association. Tickets wiU be on •ale from tbe 4th to the 11th of October and good lor return np to and including Oc tober 13th. It Cert at Thanks. We hereby express oar heartfelt thanks to the friends who volunteered and helped daring the illaem of oar little granddaughter. Mb. sod Mbs. Wm. Lxx. EIOMOn'IIAL MB2«| Save |5 on your next salt by sending for 12 cloth samples, fashion plats and measurement blank free. Postage 6 cents. Ed. L. Hnmnr A Co., Wholesale Tailors, 184 Madison et., Chicago. Wbsa ordering, plows wen ties Tna Hbbalo. —Fresh oysters served in any style at the Elite oyster parlors. 3Mt —A. L. Fix, the tending real estate and insurance man of North Yakima. 1-ss —Mr. Mikketeoo sails sod delivers wood ■194 pm cord. Hereafter tbe cash most accompany all orders. -Tikayow hotter and eggs to H. A. Griffin and get the highest pvtoa either In in cash or groeertaa. 32-lm -Hall gallon frolt Java, «1.7& aft the 12* Cent Store. • —Farenta should boy their children's school boot* and stationery aft Dudley Eshel man's t -Dr. Savage will be found aft his office on Yakima avenue from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. Residence in Wide Hollow, at the old Shaw pines. IMf -Hiss Clara White end Ufs, £. Wills wish to notify the ladies of North Yakima that they have opened a dressmaking par* lor opposite Mrs. Ogden’s millinery store. —School hooka aft Dudley Kabelman’a. -New Yakima honey, both In comb and strained, at H. A- Griffin's. 32-lm —Crippso. Uwrence * Co.'s offices have been reopened In the flyndieato block, and Mr. McKinney, their manager, announosa that be to now ready to nego tiate loans. In small or large aaMunte, tor long or short time, on farm or cHy propwty. If —Hitter carries colored cheese doth, ' suitable lof summer dresses. • Grand Removal Sale! As I propose Changing my Place of Business, I offer from now until October 15th next . my Entire Stock of AT COST ‘X’ST 1 a ” a * FOB CASH Hats and Caps, AT COST "“Tars. FOB CASI MATT BARTHOLET. COME EARLY AND SECURE BARGAINS. Remember that Caatoria doea not con tain Morphine, Opium, or any other nar cotic substance, in any quantity, shape or form. It la entirely vegetable, pleasant to take, positively effective, and perfectly harmless. It Is not a secret remedy: the formula is printed on the wrapper. Yoor physician will recommend it. Paregoric. Bateman’s Drops and many ao-called Soothing Syrups, are composed princi pally of Opium or Morphine; in any quantity they stnpify, and in large quan tities are deadly poisons. Caatoria sa similates the food and regulates the bow els, cures diarrhoea, allays feverishness and fretfnlnsas, soothes the pain in teeth ing, relieves constipation and kills worms. It brings refreshing and natural sleep to the child and gives rest to the mother. “Caatoria is so well adapted to infants and children, that I recommend it as superior to any other known remedy.’* Dn. H. A. Abchks, 111 8. Oxford St. Brooklyn. N. Y. March 8,1887. “From personal knowledge and obser vation I can any that Caatoria is an ex cellent medicine for children, acting as a laxative and relieving the pent op bowels and general system very much. Many mothers have told me of Ha excellent effect upon their children.’’ Dr. O. C. Oboood, Lowell. Mesa. vS-27-104t. Bavwl Prws Bsslh by Satoaa. There has no doubt been more liras of children saved from death in croup or whooping eongh by the nas of onions than any other known remedy. Our mothers used to make poultices of them, or a syrup, which was always effectual in breaking op a cough or odd. Dr. Gunn’s Onion Syrup is made by combining a lew remedies with it which u.akee it more ef fective as a medicine and destroys the taste and odsr of the onion. 50c. Sold by Janeck’s Pharmacy. —Love, courtship and marriage at Ma son’s opera bouse Saturday evening. -Mrs. Matt Borthdet will, in a few days, open a dressmaking establish ment in the new building on sooth Pint street. She is arranging to secure the services of a first-class dressmaker from Portland, and will carry a full stock of Uaiapaad finishings. g —Mia. Cary wishes to announce that aba has received a new lot of straw and Mt bats of the lateat style lor fall and winter. 83-2t -Pingree A Smith’s shoes for ladies. and children, just received^at —Honest workmanship ia the best ad vertisement C. E. McEwsn can have for his harness, bridles and saddles. They are cheaper than Inferior articles because they have the lasting qualities and al ways look weU. • —lf you desire s loan on your farm or city property, Crippeo, Lawrence A Co. can accommodate you. No delays. 2541 —Remember that Dudley Esbelman carries a full line of school booka. • —II you want to boat la real estate, A. I* Fix baa tl»e choicest o( bargaioa. —Tbe Elite ajatew are now open to thapablk. 35-41 —The beat line of white bad apvaada for rich and poor at Ditter’a. • —Go to C. E. McEvana for ladies' aide saddles. He has a splendid stock, * —Fosyoertabteliocoslnblescbed.au bleached and turkey-rod, call at Dittar’a. —Remember H. Ditto to agent far C. M. Handetaoo’a Little Bad School Hooae ahoaa. * -Chotoaoata and chop barley far aala at North Yakima Roller Milto. 1441 Kay & Lucy lire fwrt—< Iht Steiner Restaurant, All II vID to Conducted to LYMAN TAGGART, Mgr. -SnaTiS&rhSaSSS end solicit a store o< iSMto omm Bailacia, SharthaaS, Titiia ArtataWril Bsriu 0, otimiACTa iam ns mibiis Artcuiaii -9- Well*, as. ScrDDIR. Ifiee— tok». n*e» Rational Ink. KefMi Vakiieg The Old Reliable Stand, CARPENTER Large New Stock of BOOT© and SHOES, CLOTHING, OVERCOATS, UNDERWEAR, HATS AND CAPS, Just Arrived from the East Fresh GROCERIES Both Staple and Fancy, That will Make Your Mouth Water. Eicmtiu Elmir ttm Eierl CARPENTER The Old Reliable Stand. Patronize Home Industry. Ed. IF. WHit© & Co, FASHIONABLE MERCHANT TAILORS. Rot Saw tm UwlnKagU Ball«U«|< A Irat-clMa stock of In ported and Domwtk Oowte ahrey* os hand. Plesee fire aa • esll, sad we IMIHM I* MM* fm. Fit and Workmamthip Guaranteed. THE BARTHOLET HOTEU JOHN BABTHOLET, Proprietor. nßsrmuEßr, nqsth yakima, wash The M« Baithoiet Boom to centrally located and oondaeted on ftrst-claaeprineiptoa. £tre>y attention given to the comfort ol (Mate. Harem #l*oo and $1.50 Per Day. PEOPLE’S HAT Ores Amt Norik of Opera Homo?, Freeh * Flowed Keats, BEEF, FORK. SAUSAGES. ETC. Mn DeUrered to amp par* of the dtp. WUtto«W« MO, »• AiX MLU PATAMLB • Atoto Ireitol tw«y Moredjy. W». H. KERSHAW. GEO. W. RODMAN, Beal btitt, Lus tM Immct, •mOB in ITHMCATB KWI| Worth Yaklm*, - - WMh. ESCHBACH 4 HAMEL, imiittaaMnLin. Ml. CML IP IOM NUnW. •Bd Pvraimrv. m*M*. A.H.Reynolds KEEPS IN STOCK FOR RALE All Kinds Family Gro ceries, All Kinds Fresh Vege tables, All Kinds Fresh Fish. OTSTBKS lID UU IDT VEIL Gill PiM tor Cllcliii, Efti I Bitter. Call and Examine Goode and got Plicae. All Goode Sold Delivered Free. A. H. REYNOLDS. Hello! Hello! WHAT DO JO WANT? W. H. CHAPMAN'S Drug ©lore ivo. ia. Simpson Bros. Ate now papered to tarnish to the PaMle Snperlor Varieties of fnit Slade aid Onaieital Treo. !^>rS Hst or Onun taken in Beshsfs H> Tiei FIRST NATIONAL NANA of NorthYaklma. 1 * Daslial. ■ i aojan wmwitmZ *• IfSLi. \MSB-- W. L.Bnu>«M, CMhlar. DOB A QKimUL BANKIMO BUSIITM. FATB IWTBBBT OB TOCT BBOBTIB. Mm •( ippnlsoMtif kM Luis 'vroncE n hekxbt qivbn btiwicoub tULTfUnnol tbcsutoof Washington, tad l^onWol Si'S? zt'Si'nr' a. sry j.js. •?»„ u.». >. Lat LMtH O!r>T ( .M. * ggg> - lan. >■■«!■■•. t^>oi<jgjr: acß4wu».