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TO Mil HERALD.
THURSDAY. OCTOBER I. UH. Hor Notes.— Mr. Charles Carpenter is of the opsoisn that tbs hop crop of Yaki ina county this year will bs 8000 balsa. orepO bsles ia excess af last year. As to prices, bs ssjs It will bs dif ficult to ssj. At present tbs pries offered is to* ewtiad brewers srs bolding off. From Mr. Carp Wig’s Informatioo, bs fignres that tbs Nsw York crop Is grsatar than last rear, tbs English crop short, bat tbs Osman eropigood. As anils tbs bops are o( a poorer quality than nasal, but this does not apply to Yakima bopa which are No. 1 in pads and when tbsy bseoms better known will command tbs top price. That tbs advantages of this section is recognised by tbs bop; men is evidenced by tbs fact that Mr. John A. Stone, one of the largest bop growers of tbs PeyaUep ▼alley, la now having broken 100 acres of land under tbs Bslah ditch which will be planted to hops. This one yard will add a sixth to tbs area now in bops in this coonty. No Brass but Cooks Oalou.— Tbs re dspredstioosTn^ of tbs Moms bridge brought pat the following nimrods on Wednesday: Sam Vinson, 8. J. Lowe, L U. Dills, Matt Bartholet,Fanil Scfaanno, W. F. Jones and Mr. Brownfield. Bear tracks were numerous, bq* the animals themselves were in the brush and the dogs with the party could not or would ran them out Mr. Vinson and Mr. Lowe, however, managed to tree four coons and they didn’t let one get away. On Thurs day afternoon ths coons, garnished with sweet potatoes and other good things, 1 were served up at Kay A Lucy’s res- 1 J taurant where manager Lyman Taggart ■ saw that dVrery guest,lncluding ye mighty hunters, and their frismk, wanted lor nothing that would add to their enjoy ment. Babthouct—Hxalky.— There have been a number of marriages within the poet year that have carried with them surprise to this community,but no one event in this line has created greater astonishment than the announcement of the marriage at Seattle on Wednesday, Aug. 80, of Joseph Bartholet, Sr.,to Mn. Mary Healey, both of this city. Mr. Bartholet is one of the oldest and moot respected dtheos of Yak ima ae well ea one of the wealthiest, and* be had left his home lor the Sound a few days previous without giving any notifi cation of Us matrimonial intentions, and his age, 77 yean, had precluded any Idea of it to enter the minds of his children. Mn. Healey is a woman of mature yean and has been employed for some time past at the Catholic schools. Bio Gathudco or Pusbytkuans.— The Presbytery of Puget Sound and the Ladies Presbyters! society meet in session In this city on Tuesday and Wednesday of next week. The Presbytery bolds its sessions from 3 to6o’clock p. m. Tuesday, and from 9 o’clock a. m. to 6 p. m. Wednesday. The Ladies Presbyteral so ciety meets in session at the church in the evenings of Tuesday and Wednesday; at 8 o’clock p. m. Tuesday, and at 10:80 a. m. Wednesday. On Tuesday evening there will be services and a sermon by Dr. Calvin Stewart of Whitworth college, and on Wednesday evening Rev. Duncan of EUensburgb, and others will address the audience. The public is cordially in vited to attend the sessions especially those in the evening. BmaoAmo Oct ov Ezistkhce. —On the night of September 90th a man was killsd on the railroad track about Urns miles this skis of Satas. He was standing or walking on the track when he was struck by an extra east bound freight, and knocked Into the ditch. His throat was cot and skull crnahed, and death moat have been instantaneous. Coroom Clark was notified, but foraoma reason, which wfll bear enquiring into, be was unable to get on to the caboose which was instructed to pick him up, and as a consequence be did not leave for the seena of the accident until Friday afternoon and all this time the body of the dead man was lying in the ditch whan it was thrown by the pilot of the engine. Knn Will Visit Yakima.— Thomas fi Keens, the great tragedian, will ap / poor at Mason’s opera boose* Monday I evening, Oct. 19th. It is not known what I drama will be presented on this occasion, I but probably Bnlwer’s greatest composl \tion, ’’Richelieu.” It is not often that Yakima is favored by a visit from the leading dramatic artists, and the oppor tunity now offered of seeing one who is acknowledged to be the brightest light in the Armament of tragedy, should by all means be embraced. In order to induce Mr. Keens to atop at Yakima, the man agement is compelled to place prices of reserved seats at |IAO which is as low a figure oa ia generally accorded the pub lic in cities many times this aixe. Will Booms Boon m Railboad?—A party of surveyors who have beep run ning a lias from tbs Columbia river to tbs summit of the Moxee divide finished work today. They claimed that tbs sur veys wees for ditch work but a fact that may have some bearing on this statement is that the chief of the corps was in tbg city during the visit of V. G. Bogus to' Yakima and is known to have been clos eted with him tor some time. Another pointer that is worth considering as back ing up the statement that Mr. Bogus and asaodatos intend to build a railroad across the Cascades is that the Hunt railroad propsriim on the west aids have recently pomsd into their hands. Mr kola dotes.— A aoo ef Columbus Jock, an Indian, ia an outlaw from justice riiotpd with iseaalengHer. On Sunday iaot be fllled hie earcaaa full oflemoo ex tract or aome of the potent medicines and while inn daliriooa state rode his pony over a four-year old boy at Oapt. Doan’a ranch, killing Uw jocnctfor alarat In •taotlj. WbmhnaghttonlaUimliuUon of bis crime, the Indian arointed hie horse and Irit for other parts. LOCAL nBVITIKL —Born, Tuesday, Sept. 80th. to the wile of Al. Whitaon, a daughter. -Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Conley bare taken rooms In the Syndicate block. —Superior court, will convene in this city on Monday next in regular session. -Died, at North Yakima, Friday. Oc tober 8, Ivy, infant daughter of Wm. M. Lee, Jr. —Bora, at North Yakima, Thursday, October Ist, to the wife of W. R. Shearer, a daughter. —Married, at North Yakima, Septem ber 81, by Justice Gardner, E. Uegar to Mrs-E. Btedman. —The ladies of the Relief Corps will give a dime social at the reeideocs of H. L. Tucker Friday evening. —Negotiations are pending for the sale of W. E. Thom too’a Kooewock ranch to eastern parties far *IO,OOO. —Dr. T. B. Gunn has purchased the residence of O. M. Houser, on Third street and is now moving thereto. —Tbs total as swan rat of real and per sonal property of the stats, according to the returns just completed is *407,828.762. —H. Knecbler has purchased two lots on the corner of Second and E streets and proposes erecting a *2,600 residence thereon. —W. J. Hackett, who baa been seri ously ill with tybpo-malarial fever, for some weeks past, is now reported as con valescent. —Dr. £. E. Heg has moved to his new home on Nob Hill where he can be reached by ’phone, retaining his old number, 30. —M. A. Ward is building a large two story hotel at Prosser. The frame work is already up and presents an imposing appearance from the track. —Mrs. V. M. Money, of Spokane, died in that city on Tbundoy. Both Mr. and Mra. Massey have many (rienda in this city who are greatly pained at the sad news. —Another lot of Seattle citisens are here to-day for the purpose of taking up and reclaiming desert land. They are being located by Meson. Hewlett A Walker. Two thousand acres of land in the Cold Creek basin have been taken op by homesteaders within the past week. The boom in that direction is very pro nounced. —The city jail is now being liberally patronised both by Indians and whites. Forty-yard and fighting whiskey seems to be the main factor in bringing about this result. j—There is some talk of having a grand rabbit chase with hounds, on Thanksgiv ing day, in which everybody who can scare up a saddle horse will be invited to participate. —Wah Yom, who is better known as “Melican Yakima,” tain limbo at Ellens burgfa, charged with robbing a brother Celestial of money and valuable* to the amount of $660. —At 6:30 p. m. Friday, Oct. 2nd, the Jewish festival of Rosh Hoahanah will begin. This is the commencement of the Hebrew year 5661, which dates from the creation of the world. —C. H. Haines and Harry Spratt have purchased the windmill which has been a landmark on the Steiner ranch and have taken it to the Mozee to pomp water onto their homesteads. —Kay A Lucy have rattled and opened the restaurant in the Steiner building where meals are served at all hours of the day and night. Lyman Taggart Is manager of the restaurant. —A social bop will ba given at the Hotel Yakima Friday evening. Out. 2nd. The committee having the entertainment in charge, consists of E. T. Willson, Geo. 8. Vance and W. W. Atherton. —Arthur L. Whaley, Northern Pacific baggageman at Pasco, died on the 28tb of Sept, at that place, from an ovardooe of anti-pyrine, taken to ease a severe attack of headache. Whaley woo 90 years old. -Rev. W. H. Cornett, Walter Cornett and Henry Lombard have taken rooms in the Syndicate Mock formerly occupied by Crippen. Lawrence A Co, the latter having removed to the Pint National bank building. —Rev. D. D. Proper, tbs Baptist mis sioned for the state of Washington will hold forth at 7:90 o’clock Monday even ing at tbs Presbyterian church. A gen eral Invitation is extended to the public to ba present. —B. W. Lamping, the recently re moved special agent, has gone on to Washington in hopes of prevailing upon Secretary Noble to reinstate him. Mr. Lamping’* backing to said to canter ia the Grand Army people. -Dr. G. W. Gary bos bean convicted by the superior court of Spokane of proc uring medicine illegally. Dr. Carey’s at torney, 0. B.Voorbees, baa given notice of a motion far a new trial. He to confi dent of winning the case. * —Tacoms OM*: The exhibit of North Yakima, in charge of Mr. Boaa. abowa the greatest variety of products from any one place. The grapes. melons and peacfaea are prominent and valoahle fea t area of the productions of that valley. —The artariaa wall being bored by J. M. Stoat and aoo, on the Wood rancb, in the Wide Hollow section, ia now down 290 feet and the drill ia going through a very hard cement formation. Water war struck at the depth of 200 feet that welled op 90 feet -The immence amount of Job work now bring tamed out by this office and the crowded condition of Iris Hbsald’s advertising columns is a strong indica tion that the good old tinea are returning and driving away thecloudb of financial riMORAL. A. B. Ross returned from Tacoma to day. J. M. Baxter left Tuesday for the Sound country. He returned to-day. Henry Teal returned from a visit to Portland and Tacoma Thursday. J. D. McDaniel and family returned from Portland and Tacoma to4ay. Mr. cod Mrs. Wm. Ker attended the Barnhart entertainment at Tacoma. Mrs. T. C. Griffite and daughter, of Spokane, are visiting friends in this city. Tom L. Martin, of the Hotel Yakima, i? down with a severe attack of malarial fevt.'-. Mr. A mesa Walker expects to leave for Boston to-morrow, to be absent a couple of weeks. W. P. Sawyer returned from Tacoma Tuesday, where be has been taking in the exposition. B. Cory, formerly of Yakima now of Douglas county, is in the city renewing old friendships. O. W. Wilgua, Morris Henry and Nelson Rich of Prosser, spent a couple of days in the city this week. Mrs. F. B. Sbardlow left on Sunday last for a visit with friends and relatives at Moscow, Spokane and Colfax. Mrs. Wm. Lee and son, Wm. Lee, Jr., will leave to-morrow (Friday) for Walla Walla with the remains of their daughter and granddaughter. Mrs. O. M. Graves baa returned from an extended visit to the Sound, and the old-time smile once more illuminates the doctor’s countenance. Hon. H. J. Snively is again able to be out, after his long and severe sickness, although no greater exertion is permitted him than a short drive. Walter Tusley and W. W. Wilcox, of Tacoma, are the guests of C. P. Wilcox. They will leave for the mountains next week on a banting trip. Rev. John Uren and wife left for Colfax Wednesday. They were accompanied to the train by many friends, who wished them every happiness in their new home. Rev. Robert Warner, the new pastor of the Methodist church, arrived from Col umbus Thursday. Mr. Warner will be tendered a reception at the church Friday evening. Rev. S. H. Cheadle and Rev. F. McConaughy have returned from Tacoma, where they have been attending a session of the State Association of Congregational ministen. J. M. Moore, of Orting, is here and proposes to make his home in Yakima. His family will join him in a couple of months or at as early a date as he can secure a bouse for them. Mrs. Margret Evans, of Charleston, 111, has been appointed matron of the Wilbur school at Fort Simcoe. She arrived at her post last week and immediately enter ed upon her new duties. J. T. Eabelman and B.D. Cave returned from Klickitat county Wednesday. They leave for the Sound Sunday and from there Mr. Cave will continue his journey home via San Francisco. Hon. Frank A. Bear*, of Tacoma, who owns a half section of land on the bench weat of the city, spent several days here this week, arranging to have an artesian well bored on his property. Jason Carpenter, Nicholas McCoy and L. G. Bead left Tuesday on a bunting and prospecting trip to the Swank, Weoatcbie and Okanogan districts. They antici pate being gone several weeks. C. P. Chamberlin, of Whitman county, whose activity in the agricultural college contest was made especially prominent by the famous interview of Mias Bertha Denton, published in the Preu-Time,, spent several days in the city during the past week. Andrew Gibaon, superintendent of the Cascade tunnel spent a couple of days in the city, during the past weak, looking after his property interests which are con siderable. Mr. Gibaon has never waver ed in his faith in Yakima and H la now stronger than ever. John Tolea, a leading merchant of Pasco, was in the city Monday greeting his old-time friends, of whom be baa s host in this city. Mr. Toles has been on s visit to Fort Simooe and be is enthusi astic regarding the present administration sod the treatment received by him while there at the bands of Agent Jsy Lynch. Will Woek tbs Onvx Lkdok.—E. K. Current has interested A. W. Frater, Mr. Loce, cashier of the Snohomish National Bank, and Geo. Boggi. city treasurer of Tacoma in bis onyx and other claims. These gentlemen will be in Yakima in a few days for the purpose of visiting their new possessions and making necessary arrangements for their development. Mr. Current’s sale included an interest In some promising ledges which show rich in silver.oopper sod antimony. It to pro posed to put in s lapidary’s lathe, and mill here for the purpose of dressing and polishing the onyx from tbs Current ledge. who hoe a small ranch on the Natchees and ia celebrated for his strawberries, brought to H skald office this week aoms large and delicious strawberries, the second crop for this year. Mia. Fln tel •‘r sent to the editor a handsome bouquet ef roaea and rare flowers for which we bow oar acknowledgments. —SMnQeI Stamm, aaginwol the Yak itna Artesian Well Boring company, has left for the east to purchase four addi tional carloads of machinery. The com pany ia now ready to make contracts for sinking wells. —A Booth oyatera, 76 cents per quart; fraab Olympia oysters at the same figure. Leave your orders at the Candy Factory, open both day and night. It Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report. ABSOLUTELY PURE -Rsv. John A. Walker,of Roelyn. is to havs another trial on the charge of burg lary. Hie brother Joeeph received e sentence of one year end is now domiciled in the “pen" at Walla Walla. The queer actions of the Reverend John have induced the belief among some that be is of unsound mind, and it has been suggested his sanity be made the subject •f judicial investigation, lie is a highly educated, college-bred man, but poor whiskey, taken in generous quantities, has evidently blunted his moral sense. —J. J. Carpenter has again become personally identified with the old and re liable boose of Carpenter Bros. The attention of the readers of Tub Hbbalu is especially called to the big advertisement of this firm which appears in to-day’s issue. They carry everything that can be desired in the line of clothing, furnish ing goods, boots and shoes, bats and caps and groceries and if Mr. Preasey cannot show goods that will please, both in price and quality, the buyer is indeed difficult to satisfy. —Wm. Meade, an enterprising and progressive gentleman, who has purchas ed and is making arrangements to plant forty acres of land on the Selah to orch ard, brought in Wednesday a number of apples of good size, which he gathered from the orchard of Hugh Sinclair on the Natcheea. The apples are of the Red June variety and the peculiarity about them is that they are of the second crop this season. Mr. Meade will take the apples to Tacoma for exhibition at the exposition. - V— Jimmy Grover was arrested last week and Ira M. Krutxthis week, both charged with unlawfully breaking into the city pound and taking stock therefrom. Grover obtained entrance into the pound in the night time and was fined $lO and costs, while Krutx took an axe in broad day light and breaking the lock on the gate, lead out his old sorrel bone. Mr. Knits claimed that be made an effort to find the pound master and failing punned the course noted. The case against him was dismissed. —The work on the big Selah ditch is progressing rapidly. John A. Stone came in from there Wednesday and reports that the main trestle is already framed. It is a huge structure 260 feet long, by 56 feet high. Mod of the pattern known as a “treble decker.” Mr. Stone says be is bound to get water in the ditch by the last of October, if not by the 20tb, and that the finish of the big undertaking will be celebrated by the cutting of a watermelon and other ceremoniea. —The growth of tbeCatliolic population of Washington necessitates the erection of a new diocese. Bishop J anger is in in firm health and a coadjutor bishop is to • be appointed with jurisdiction over west ern Washington and the right of success!- i on to Bishop J anger’s see. This appoint i ment will probably fall on Father Sigleof Seattle, while Vicar Apostlic Glorieus I will be appointed bishop of Spokane, I with diocese comprising Idaho and east , era Washington. —The bop picking is practically over and while there baa been a splendid crop and the bops are of an excellent quality, the gloom on the fanes of the growers fails to lift. The stumbling block is now tbs lowness of price and there are abso lutely no transactions. From the com- mencement of the season the offers have steadily dropped down from 15@17 cents until the pressnt time, when 10' 2 cants is the most dealers will give. —Vade Lillie returned horn Minnesota Sunday, and reports having advanta geously disposed of his caynaes. He also says that “Bangum” and ‘Twenty-one,” the two Yakima bred racers, have knock ed oat everything that would run against them. GOOD LUCK. Or. Price'. Cream Baking Powder is often called the Good-Lack Baking Powder. Owing to the fact that good luck always attends the nae of Dr. Price's, it is not essential to nae it the moment it is mixed nor is it required to have the oven always just so, as in the case with ammonia or alum powders. It is not luck after all, bat the exact accuracy and care exercised in the preparation and combination of all the ingredients of Dr. Price’s Cream Baking Powder. Competent chemists an employed to teat the strength and parity of each ingredient Nothing is trusted to chance, Hence; it is always uniform in its work. House wives never fail to have -good lack" in mak ing most delicious bread, biscuit pastry and cakes that remain moist and sweet Only Baking Powder that con tains the white of eggs. Dr. Price’s Cream Baking Powder is re ported by all authorities as free from Ammonia, Alum, or any other adulterant In fret, the parity of this ideal powder has never been qnes tjpßfd. —David Brown, of Sault Bte Marie, Michigan, has sold through the agency of Messrs. Howlett A Walker, fifteen acres on the bench west of the city, to John Methuen, of Edinborougb, Scotland, the the consideration being 13000. Mr. Me- thuen, who is a friend of the Camerons, is greatly pleased with this country, and when be was shown the said land it did not take him five minutes to close the bargain. —The steamer Norms, which was built to run on the Snake river to the Seven Devils mines, has been sold to Capt. W. P. Gray, of Pasco, and will be placed on the upper Columbia. It will now be seen which was right, Capt. Symmona or Capt. Gray, as to the feasibility of navi gating the upper Colombia. Captain Gray, at any rate, is backing bis judg ment by the investment of coin. —At the recent methodist conference at Spokane Kev. John Uren, who has been a reaident of Yakima for the paat three years, was assigned to Colfax. His successor here is the Rev. Robert Warren, who will hold services at the church this coming Sunday. “August Flower” This is the query per- What Is petnally on your little boy’s lips. And he is It For? no worse than the big ger, older, balder-head ed boys. Lite is an interrogation point. “ What is it for?" we con tinually cry from the cradle to the grave. So with this little introduc tory sermon we turn and ask: "What is August Flows* for ?" As easily answered as asked: It is for Dys pepsia. It is a special remedy for the Stomach and Liver. Nothing more than this; but this brimful. We believe August Flower cures Dyspepsia. We know it will. We have reasons for knowing it. Twenty years ago it started ina small country town. To-day it has an honored place in every city and country store, possesses one of the largest manu facturing plants in the country and sells everywhere. Why is this? The reason is as simple as a child’s thought. It is honest, docs one thing, and does it right along—it cures Dyspepsia. • G. G. GREEBT, Sole Manfr,Woodbury,NJ. YAKIMA BAKERY A. J. KRAXTDSLiT, Prop. M Bread, Cates and Pies Daily. OnaacaUl Cako Uk U Mcr. south Side o* Yak Ims Are., bet Ist A Front Ste. •PKCUL OOLVRN. WanieS-U sell. QobDunrop single h a enbsbcheap. Apply at Tss Herald office. A GOODBUSINUSCORNKiLTIEST AND A A streets, st s bargain. Apply to J. A. Beck or Feebler A Boas. TTORBKS—BEST TEAM IN THE COUNTY, 11 cheap. Also fine saddle msre. WiU trade D.Mand. J. B. Pugsley. POTO-rOOT DET SLAB WOOD, *4 A COED, f Apply to John Heed. T>BOIBTKRED HOLMTEIN PKBSIAN BULLS Poland China boars. H. B. Scndder. Waam. rpo LPT A CONTRACT FOE GRUBBING MS A acres of ease brush. Apply to H. B. Hcodder, Moaee. H.va /'IHEAP MONET TO LOAN ON FARM LANDS. ,\j When yon cant a loan call and see as | Whitson A Parker. BARGAIN LIST FectLter <Sc Ross, 0 Only Advertising Beal Estate Firm in the City. BARGAIN NO. 1. BARGAIN HO. 14. Four iron hour uid Mi well la- A leUneakkaeM Ot M BARGAIN NO. 8. BARGAIN NO. li. MIA MhnM.MMiMiM. SIIOO.%TM| , ?I5 < nS O') / ')• Mbool hoaie.tnA, In itutallincnte. tardea, trail treA, lanSa tHf. ' —mmm BARGAIN NO. 3. ■ BARGAIN NO. U. SOXJD. BARGAIN NO. 4. . BARGAIN HO. 17. 152,, BARGAIN NO. t. SSfejlJ! * < ‘* , * lK bargain no. u. so^.'sssiSErri.sr.spjss bargain no. «. s£i CM.***** *** T V > < teJg“«■£* onMath M., " ‘ ine building Site, Min. BARGAIN HO. I». BARGAIN NO. 7. ~ S4OO. ■a-!l*ia]* ate *SO One lot In Home MdlOon, *». - BARGAIN NO. 3D. BARGAIN NO. 8. 40 "Jkr : nlnlMnt 4(1 TWO lon. toner, flue meldenee rile, gogu. BARGAIN NO. *l. BARGAIN NO. 9. S6OO. Ten “ cw “ ■•••■*■« town. *6O. BARGAIN NO. 22. BARGAIN NO. 10. $2600. Tavrsa ;£rs;.?s: Lou3and 4. Block ICS.ST7i V™*M lnMTn%M>*r SVMHH vO I O. Wmartms, !• Apricots, 4 sslsw«l - sS^jimS ls^ BARGAIN NO. 11. y—r nin aOT BARGAIN NO. 2S. i2o« : , %asy-a strr BARGAIN NO. 12. <fc 1 AO JO acre tract* near Sob Hill; *0,9100 BARGAIN NO. 24. BARGAIN NO. 13. A TRADE. SOLD. i%gg%g gawwws Keep Tour Eye oq Ills H Bargain List And do not hesitate to call on FectLter «Sc Ross, Next door to the Yakima National Bank for farther information. SO tf. BED-ROCK SNAPS Special Offers to Cash Buyers ttOISAA WILL BUY 160 ACRRS OF GOOD LAND ADJOINING TOWN UNITS. oltfvVU w!th Plenty of water, and only ■, mile from Hotel Yakima. TbU land la reliable for Hopa. Orchard or Dairy pwraoaaa. TbU U ft fraat bargain. as the land I* artoaliy worth three ttmca toe price naked. ! gfeN* C) /C A w,u - BUY POUR a NO. 1 BUSINESS LOT*. LYING BRTWRRN BRICK jpOtSO" bun.lhiK. and eaally worth WOJMO. Here U a chance to gat to below to* ftOOAA WILL BUY POUR GOOD BUSIN BUS LOTS THAT ARB WELL WORTH fill P-W. Don't miaa thla chance, aa tbeae lot* can never airain be bvogbt fur tbia low Scare. ; tife&JRTA WILL BUY THREE DESIRABLE RESIDENCE LOTS, EACH MX MO FEET. Jncludlnc mrnw. well worth «*». even at preaeot low prfeaa. TBU MAA WILL BUY A BEAUTIFUL IS-ACRE TRACT ADJOINING NORTH YAKIMA The laudU* rich aad level, with plenty of water, aad wnald bo a baifala at The above described property is all first-class, with perfect title, and once sold will never again appear on the market at such low figures. Terms Absolutely Cash or Bankable Paper. FECHTEB & ROSS, Agents. THIS SPACE IS RESERVED FOB SNELUNG & MAHER, Hardware Dealers, SUCCESSORS TO LIVEBLEY 4 SON. run a. nutu*. jot. p. wmuu Stiardlow % McDaniel, DEALERS IN Hlne Wines, Liqnors. Imported ft Domestic Cigars. PIMR BILUARD AND POOL TABLES. Southeast Conier Yakima Avenue 4 Front Street. Ohs Door West of HstsL Sole Apts for tke (Mated Job live Keitely Vkttta.