Newspaper Page Text
THE TAMA HERALD.
REED * COE, .... . Proprietors. UWUI KVKSV THi-HSDAY. 12.00 PER ANNUM. IN ADVANCE. AtartUig lata Ipa Applkatiai. R. M. Ruo, Editor and Bob in*. Mioiger. Official Paper of North Yatiaa. OUR GIRLS AND FOREIGNERS. It apperrs that some entarpriaing newspaper man baa been interviewing eminent lawyers abroad on the subject of the marriage of American girls to ti lled foreigners. Oneof these legal gentle men ia reported to have declared that the main cause of unhappiness in the marriage of American young women with French husbanda lay in the (act that the bride’s ideas of matrimony had been formed at home, and that if she expected a French marquis or count to act up to her ideals she waa pretty sure to be disappointed. He add ed that American women who have travel- Oden the continent soAciently to get rid of the American ideas of marriage, and who consequently married foreigners coolly and with their eyes open, were seldom disappointed and were generally able to live with their husbands in tolerable comfort. It would be difficult to pay a finer compliment to American manhood than that contained in this interview. It ie in effect a frank admiaaion that the chivalric devotion, tenderness and protecting care of the American husband toward his wife are virtually unknown in Continen tal fashionable circles. The unsophisti cated American girl, brought op in her native land, naturally expects from her husband the same affection, fidelity and generosity that she sees exemplified in a great majority of American husbands. At home she sees men as gallantly atten tive and affectionate to invalid or mid dle aged wivee as they were in their early' married days. Rhe seea women everywhere held in high honor by men in general, not because of their youth or beauty but because they are women. Then if she marries a foreign poble she finds that the superficial var nish of polished politoess covers only 100 often brutal personal selfishness and cynical contempt for womanhood. If, however, she baa grown sufficiently worldly and un-American to regard fidelity and sustained affection in a hnsbend some thing not to be expected she may get along very well. It would be well if these facts were thoroughly understood by the fair and pore young woman of the United States. . The beat husbands for American girls are the American noblemen that are to be found in every walk of life in this coun ty- ” A FAMOUS CASE DECIDED. The supreme court of the United States has reversed the territorial supreme court in the case of tbs Territory of Washing ton ax. vsl. Hiram Dustin vs. Tbe North ern Pacific Railroad Co. .commonly known as tbs Old Yakima Mandamus case. Tbe cms la one of general public inter est, because of tbs legal principles in con troversy, and also on account of the bitter feeling aroused against the railroad com pany for the destruction of Yakima City. It became a public question throughout tbs territory and figured in several elec tions, being one of the main arguments used for the defeat of the republican can didates for delegate to congress. Tbs salt was brought, and tbe counsel for the plaintiff were Mem. Reavis. Frayn and Graves, who conducted tbe litigation through tbs district and terri torial courts to a successful conclusion, Mr. finitely also appearing In the latter court for the plaintiff. Tbe railroad com pany was represented by James Mc- Naoght, Governor Ferry, Senator Allen, Edward Whitson and M. Gilliam. The territorial supremo court decision Is reported in the 3d Wash.. Ter. Reports, page 808. The main question involved was whether the courts,- in the absence of any express legislation, could compel the railroad company to establish and main tain a station where required for public convenience. A majority of the supreme court of the United States bolds that such power does not reside in the courts, while a minority, consisting of Field, Brewer and Harlan, dissents from this opinion. Tbs decision is of little interest here farther than as H affects all people, as tha caoae for the bringing of the suit has dis appeared in the voluntary promise of the railroad company to give tbe old town depot facilities, bat it opens ap the road for other railway companies now beading lor tbe wart to make or unmake towns at their pleasure. Ix England a rich man died recently, and 400 invitations were issued to bis "intimate friends” to attend the faneral. Only twenty-nine came. Eight days afterward theoa twenty-nine, faith fnl till daatb. received a letter to call on the de ceased's lawyer. They did eo. and each received, according to the will. $1,600 if a lady and SI,OOO If a gentleman. Tbe testator farther directed that tbe names of those who received hie bequests should be published la tbe Journals, to punish those who had not pot themselves out of' their way to attend his funeral. at Denver.C<>l., »,.h ha will probably pay the penalty (or the commission of crime at the longest range known in history. The town of Ballard bos just voted on the question of issuing hoods for water works and sewerage purposes. Eight ballots ware cast in favor and three against the proposition. Judging from the vote, a good sited syringe aod a couple of yards of waste pipe would he about all of the plant necessary to accommodate the population. [Written (or The Hbb*u>.] IBIBKOSBiP. The cankering of a nameless pain Year alter year In alienee borne; Kraaloea wrongbt on heart and brain Beknown to nae and me alone. Of springing hope end pnrvoac strong 1 made resolve to bear the load Uamarmnrlngly amidst the tbtong That toiled along life’s wsary road, for well I knew that every heart Had many burdens of its own. Of which none else could bear e pert TUI hope’s last feeble ray bed flown. But one I met amongst the throng Whose steadfast look end gentle tone Bespoke e heart both pure and strong In which hope's light Incessant shone, from her the precious boon I craved Of sterling friendship's solemn troth; And mine. In turn. I freely gave. As friendless heart was nothing loth. Into her lone aud loving heart I poured the story of my grief; And she to me-de.old of art— A tale divulged as sad as brief. Then did I learn as ne’er before When true hearts meet, frankly confess The silent grief they long hare bore. Kerb feels the burden growing less. Ths dank, impenetrable cloud That circumscribed their mental sight Is folded like e funeral shroud, Its silver lining brought to light And thence my pathway brighter seemed, Hope sprung again end bloomed anew: Whet therefore my fancy deemed The shades of night to sunshine grew. And evermore, let hep what may. Be roay health or sickness mine. In darkest night or brigheet day, ril worship aye at friendship’s shrine. North Yakima. Jan. 6. HOUSTON. vm inn WIAT 1 U» Bt Bma Thiuil Miitim Ptm u In; h~ teraM taple. Some time ago London TU Bits offered a two guinea prise for the best definition of a kiss. Seven thousand answers were received. The prise was awarded to Ben jamin J. Greenwood of Tules Hill, Lon don, whose definition is herewith framed below: An insipid and tastlesa morsel, which: becomes delicious and delectable in proportion as it is flavored with love.: The following is a selection from some the best definitions submitted: The sweetest fruit on tbs tree of love. The oftener plucked the more abundant it grows. The baby’s right, the lovers privilege, the parent’s bunison and tb hypocrite’s mask. That which you cannot givs without taking and cannot take without giving. The food by which the fame of love is fed. The acme of agony to a bashful man. The only “smack” that will calm a storm. A telegram to the heart in which the operator uses the “sounding” system. Not enough for one. just enough for two. too much for three. The only agreeably two faced action under the sun, or on the moon, either. The thunder clap of the lips which in evitably follows tbe lightning glance of the eye. Everybody’s acting edition of Romeo and Juliet. That in which two heads are better than one. Woman’s passport to her husband’s! purse, a man’s passport to a woman’s heart. When lips of lovm meet in bliss. Tbs plenums act Is termed a •kiss.” but when the pair have wad each other Tbe vepld thine Is railed a ‘ bother." Love’s artillery, that la brought into action immediately onthecall “to arms.” Contrail ion of the month due to en largment of the heart. Nature's Volapuk—tbe universal lan guage of love. A woman’s trump card in tbe game of love. 1 am last two sod two, 1 am warm. I am cold. And the parent o(unmbets thstrsnnot bo told. 1 am lawlnl—unlawlal—a duty, a (salt I door-good for notblnc when An extraordinary boon, sad a matter of con re*. And yield with plearara when taken by force. The lover’s privilege and the pug dog’s right. What the child gives, the lover steals, tbe foolish waste and the old value. A took which in childhood may be ad ministered with safety, bat with great caution when childhood ie past. The lovers flag of trace after a quarrel. Love’s happiest ex preanion and sorrow’s tendereet'balm. It is like the wind that blows; it ia felt, bat not seen. A demonstration of love which will dry the baby's tears, thrill the maiden’s heart and soothe the raffled feelings of a tired wile. A Mr* Car* far Plica. Itching Piles are known by moialare like perspiration, causing intense iu hiog when warm. This form as well as Blind. Bleeding or Protruding, yield at once to Dr. Boaanko’s Pile Reuiidy, which seta on parts effected, absorbs tumors, al ly* itching and effects a permanent cure. Wets. Droggista or mail. Circular* free. Dr. Bosanko, Bft Arch Rt.. Philadelphia. Pa. Hold by Janecks Pharmacy —Go to Rcdfield’s auction for Jewelry. —lf you want to invest in real estate, A. L. Fix has the choicest of bargains. —ChoWe oats and chop barley for sale at North Yakima Boiler Mills. 14-tf —Honest workmanship ia the beat ad* i vertlsement C. R. McEwen can have lor his harness, brldfas and saddles. They are cheeper than inferior articles besaese they have the lasting qualities sad al 1 ways look well. • VOTARIES Of PLEASURE. mint People Indalgtng It One Cot- Csltrulssienia Post and to i'snae.. Ties ■.rap Vesr PartfOburtlsi Washington's Birthday Other Serial •neats. Yakima of late appears to have aban doned hereelf to pleasure. Few evenings have gone by within the past two or three weeks without an entertainment of some kind, and on several nights two or more parties were in progress at the seme time. Every social gathering has proven a suc cess both in attendance and enjoyment, for all have entered into the spirit of gaiety with a will. The desire for social entertainment has not ceased with the numerous parties that have passed, for several more are already announced (or the near future and others are being dis cussed with a lively interest. V The old-year-out-and-new-yesr-in party at the Hotel Yakima was a social aucceas. The attendance was large, and the floor was constantly covered by the dancers, who seemed to enjoy every minute of the time from 9 p. m. until 2 a.m. Those present were Mr. sod Mrs. H. H. Allen, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Greer, Mr. and Mrs. Rayburn, Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Heed, Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Vance. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Spinning, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Whitson, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Humphrey, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Milroy, Mr. aod Mrs. A. W. Ryan, Mr. and Mrs. Job. Bartbo let, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. James, Mr. aud Mrs. R. Strobach. Mr. and Mrs. H. 11. Schott, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Getta, Mr. and Mrs. O. 8. Courier, Mr. and Mrs. E. F. White, Mias Wheeler, Miss Nichols, Miss Wright, Miss Patton. Miss Barker, Miss Allen. Miss Dors Alien, Miss Guil land, Miss Baxter, Miss Vaughn, Miss Dunning, Miss Houghton, of Seattle, Mrs. O. M. Graves, Mrs. L. J. May, Mrs. G. W. Goodwin, David Wilson, of Tacoma, David Guilland, Jr., George Guilland. A. Roeebsch, H. Harris. G. A. Bailey, F. Tennison, Jay Sedgwick, of Tacoma, I. H. Dills, E. J. Hsmscber, W. H. Ker shaw, Ai Kata, N. Perry, Elgin Baxter, Alfred Sinclair, D. W. Coates, N. Todt man, Harry Coonse, W. G. Cornett, W. Wallace, Mr. Watt, Frank Barthoiet, Samuel Starrow, W. W. Atherton, W. H. Hare, H. H. Lombard aod Edward M. Reed. Pastor Robert Warner, of the M. E. church, and wife were very agreeably sur prised on New Year’s night upon their re turn from services to find the parsonage crowded with guests and the tables groan ing with the weight of all kinds of pro visions sod delicacies tendered them as New Year’s gifts. A couple of hours were pleasantly spent in song and converts tion, when all dispersed to their homes, carrying with them the gratitude of the happy recipients of so many of the good things of this life. ••• The bell given et Meson’s opere boose by the Spiritual society New Veer’s eve wee each e success socielly end flnencielly thet arrangements are being made to cel ebrate the first anniversary of the society’s existence end Washington’s birthday et the same time by another bell et the opere house on Feb. 22. This society, by the wsy, is the only one of the kind in the state, although there ere many throughout the United States who pride theniseivea on being nut only liberid in their views, but especially patriotic, and as the society was organised on Washing ton’s birthday, it ia held that that occa sion will be especially appropriate for their anniversary ball. The music will be furnished by Read’s orchestra. k A "cobweb” social will be given on Tuesday evening next by the ladies of the Congregational church in their hall in the Cadwell block. There will he abundance of sport amid the maxes of the cobwebs, and the first and last ones through will be given prises. There will also be lit erary and musical exercises and refresh ments, for which nominal charges will be made. A "bee” will be held Monday night for the purpose of weaving the cobwebs. The marriage of Mias Alice Reed, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Ree 1, of Kiona, to Carl A. Jensen, the popular druggist of Proaser, is announced for Jan. 12. TJ»e ceremony will be performed at tbe residence of the bride’s parents, after which the happy couple will begin tbeir new life in a charming cottage residence which Mr. Jensen has just completed at Prosser. Tux Hkrai.d joins many Yak ima friends in wishes for the health, pros perity and happiness of Mr. and Mrs. Jenson. ••• Those who remember the military ball given a year ago by Company' B of tbe N. O. W. will learn with pleasure that the boys in bine are arranging for a novel entertainment, being a sheet and pillow case party, which will be given in Swits er’a on the anniversary of Washington’s birthday. Feb. 22. Mearn. Kinne Mc- Leod, Joseph Liggett and J. J.Tyler have been appointed as an executive commit tee. which is an assurance that everything that will contribute to tbe enjoyment of those who attend will be looked after. V Friday evening of next week will be lad lea’ night at tbe Yakima dab, and • large gathering ia anticipated. Hie ladies of section No. 1 will have charge of the refreshments. The proposed sheet and pillow case party has been abandoned for the time being, and the evening will be devoted mainly to cards. One of tbe most enjoyable entertain ments ever given in this city was the leap year party mder tbe auspices of tbe ladies Hotorday night. Those attending met at the rooms of Mrs. L. J. May, and were from them taken in carriages (Chappell 4 Co*'* tracks) to Maaon’a opera house, where RosTs orchestra waa discoursing moat excellent music. The ladle* were extremely solicitona regarding the com fort and enjoyment of their male frienda, and left nothin* undone that would con tribute to the complete success of the novel entertainment. Tboee present were Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Pugsley, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Roaa, Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Reel. Mr. and Mm. O. A. Fechter, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Greer. Mr. and Mm. Geo. 8. Courier, Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Milroy, Mr. and Mra. Jos. Bart bole t, Dr. and Mrs.O. M. Graves, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Atherton. Mrs. Ful kerson. Mrs. G. W. Goodwin, Mrs. L. J. May, Mias Bailey, Mias Patton, Mias Donald. Mias Baxter, Mias‘Allen, Mias Dora Allen. Miss Cary. Mies Effie Cary, Mias Fulkerson, Mias Nichols, Mias Wright. Miss Barker. Mias Mattoon.Mias Sinclair, Meaars. I. H. Dills, F.Tenniaon, W. Wallace, G. Guilland, David Wilson, D. W. Coates, H. Coooae, W. U. Ker ahaw, E. Baxter, Henry Thai, J as. Donald, D. Guilland, N. Perry, A. Roaa bach. L. E. Sperry, H. H. Lombard, W. Cor nett. Frank Bartholet and E. M. Reed. The WsrM’i Fair. Those wishing to go to the World’s Fair, and who would not otherwise be able to do so, will now have an opportunity. A leading Han Francisco boose intends to send deserving persons who comply with their requirements to the great Columbian Exposition, paying their railroad (air both ways, their hotel bills doring s ■even days’ stsy in Chicago, besides mak ing it pleasant lor them by giving six I tickets of admission to the Exposition grounds, two tickets to leading theaters and other privileges. They hope to be the meana of sanding s representative body of Pacific Coast young men and women of enterprise and character to Chicago, and undoubtedly will have a good many applications as the woods are full of those desiring to go on each a glorious trip. Such an opportunity ia al most unheard of, sod better still it comes from s responsible house able to pay (or a thousand such trips—The Great History Company of Han Francisco. Tboee interested will do well to read their “Ad” in another column. It Te Our I'aiross. We ere highly pleased to note that we enjoy e well earned reputation of selling goods at very low price*; and remember, please, that we wheeled into line January Ist, A. D. 1892, flushed with success and determined to treat our patrons more lib erally than ever. Very Truly Yours, Farmers’ A Trades*’ Co-Op. Store. 60- 1 m Umorr, Milligan A Co. Card Thank*. To all those who aided and condoled with os in our late sorrow we moet grate fully return our thanks, hoping God will ever keep from you a sorrow like unto ours. Mrs. Emily Hamkl, Loi'is Hamkl. Notice. Having become agents of the Lomhard Investment Co. we are now prepared to meet loans in any amount on farm as well as city property. If you want to borrow money come and see os. 4t Fbchtkr & Roes. •1U Mewartf. Ixwt, a white horse, eight years old, weight shoot 860 or 900 pounds, with the accompanying brand on the hip X The above reward will be paid for his return. John Rkkd. an i spm;i;edeiti:d haruais, 160 acres of fine agricultural land with water, and buildings for SI6OO, terms easy. Inquire of Fechter & Ross it Nr Rale. Two story residence and block No. 14 in 8. Lanber’s addition to Yakima City and on line of proposed electric railway. Inquire of A. B. Flint, Yakima City. —Every dollar jingled at our counters for goods echoes bargains in every line. Fabmxrs’ A Traders’ Co-Op. Btorb. —lf the hair is falling out and turning gray, the glands of the skin need stimu lating and color-food, and the best remedy and stimulant is Halls Hair Remedy. —A. L. Fl* A Co. don’t advertise large ly, but they sell their lands all the same. tf —The promptness with which Ayer’s Cherry Pectoral stops a hacking cough and induces refreshing sleep is something marvelous. It never fails to give instant relief, even in the worst cases of throat and lung trouble, and is the best remedy for hooping cough. —John Reed has established an office and wood and coal yard on the west side of the track. Telephone 17 if yon are ready to pay cash for fuel. * —"Now is the winter of our discontent made glorious summer" by Ayer’s Bars aprilla. This wonderful medicine so is viorates the system and enriches the blood that cold water becomes positively enjoyable. Arctic explorers would do well to make a note of this. —Dr. Ravage will be found at his office on Yakima avenue from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. Residence in Wide Hollow, at the old Bbaw place. Ib-u Kay & Lucy Have I’nrrhawd the Steiner Restaurant, TlMjr prnpnw keeping ap the reputation of (he Homo In Sratclnaa across Modatioaa and aoilrlt a share of patronage. raiiP Mover to loam on farm la mm. Miif?Tgi* w ' * *“ *•* " A FORTUNE Inherited by few, is pure blood, free from hereditary taint Catarrh, con sumption, rheumatism. Scrofula, and many other maladies born in the blood, can be effectually eradi cated only by the use of powerful alteratives. The standard specific for this purpose —the one best known nrd approved —is Ayer’t Sarßar?.rn*i, the compound, con cent n l . r r. t of Honduras sar s.ipari:..i.. tut other powerful alter* tltoa. ••I con.-: Ut that I have been SAVED several hundred dollar*’ expense, by using Ayer's Sarsaparilla, aud would strongly urge all wUo are troubled with lameness or rheumatic pains to give It a trial. lam sure It will do them permanent good, as It has done me.”—Mr*. Joseph Wood, West Platts burgh. N. T. Dr. J. W. Shields, of SmlUndlle, Term.. says: “I regard Ayer* Sarsaparilla a*the best blood medicine on earth, aud know of many wonderful cures effected by IU use.” •• for many years I wm laid up with Scrof ula. no treatment being of any benefit. At length I waa recommended to give Ayer’s Sarsaparilla a trial. I did so, and By Taking about a dozen bottle*. w;i» restored to per fect healUi—weighing CO pounds-and am now a believer In the merits of Ayer's Sarsa parilla."—Janies I’ctsy, Mine Boss, treck enrldge Coal Co. (Limited), Victoria, Ky. •• My niece, Sarah A. Losee. was for years afflicted with scrofulous humor In the blood. About 18 months ago sho began to use Ayer's Sarsaparilla, and after taking Uiree bottles was completely cured.’*—E. Caffall, P. M.. Losee. Utah. Ayer’s Sarsaparilla PUTABBD nr • Dr. J. C. AYEH 8 CO., Lsweß, Mm. Bold by all DrngfMs. Prkw*l; d* bottles. $4. W. D. WALKER. T. J. REDMON. Wallet Mod (Successors to J. H. Carpenter), Carry an Kxcellcat Assortment af STAPLE GLrxd FANCY GROCERIES. ALSO A SMALL STOCK OF Staple Dry Goods Which they are selling very cheap. The members of the above firm will be pleased to receive the patronage of their old friends and the public In general: and their best endeavors will be used at all Umes to please their patrons. TELEPHONE SI. MASON OPERA HOUSE BLOCK. felvcToHjC A arATVSAZ. BXXIDT FOB Epileptic Fits, FalUag Sickness, Hyster ics, 8L Titos Donee, Nervousness, Hypochondria, Melancholia, In ebrlty, Sleeplessness, Din stness, Brain mod 8p(- This medicine has direct action upon the nerve centers, allaying all Irritabili ties, and increasing the flow and power of nerve fluid. It Is perfectly harmless and leaves no unpleasant effects. FREElrss^r^s &&& HSBSfie* 81 KOKH IQ MID. OO- Chicago, IN. MdUvDrwaßMsaStl WSrßsMSai Ifcrß Unsan.n.lß. « Bottles for Notice of Registration. VOTIC* M HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE IN Registration Books for the year MM for the City of North Y ski ms sre now open, sod nil Snail fled electors residing In the corporate 11m a of sold city deslrln :to rote st the city elec tions for the ensuing year must sppesr In person at the office of the City Clerk sad be registered ss required by law. OEO. W. RODMAN, tt City Clerk for the City of North Yakima. g is ll n b | I b M j DO ■ | fl shii j? < ISli^ 'S = §3 gl | X *BS J | < g g i | 0 jgw»asß?w.as “August Flower” How does he feel 7—He feels blue, a deep, dark, unfading, dyed in-the-wool, eternal blue, and he' makes everybody feel the same way —August Flower the Remedy. How does he feel 7—He feels a headache, generally dull and con stant, but sometimes excruciating— August Flower the Remedy. How does he feel 7—He feels a violent hiccoughing or jumping of the stomach after a meal, raising bitter-tasting matter or what he has eaten or drunk— August Flower the Remedy. How does he feel 7—He feels the gradual decay of vital power; he feels miserable, melancholy, hopeless, and longs for death and peace— August Flower the Rem edy. How does He feel 7—He feels so full after eating a meal that he can hardly walk— August Flower the Remedy. % G. G. GREEN, Sole Manufacturer, Woodbury, New Jersey, U. S. A. Meade Post Installation. IT 18 RKUCBBTED THAT ALL MEMBERB OF Meade Relief Corps No. V be In attendance at our regular meeting on the 2d Saturday in January, at I o'clock p. m., and also in the even ing. as we will bold a union Installation with the U. A. R. Post. By order of the President 4fi2t MINNIE MANBFIEI.D, Secretary. G. J. HILL, Physician and Surgeon Special attention given to diseases of women and children. Telephone No. 6. Office over Yakima Nat'l Bank; Residence on Third street, bet. B apd C. Faber’s Golden Female Pill; Relieve SnpprcvwM Menat-na 1 1 ou. U► ct ,*v successfully hr tha. t GSmgWTlßtmtk. \ an<u ol i»»iu,u«iii 1* 9 dies mon!Vp Th i A I onghly reliable ar /• nUMr sale. Worth twe.i(> / 'HmmTjr times tbslr weight Id V &7WV »»>•<* for frmaU irrtg P f ularUuo. Never kuouc ■— v *|\a2? Bent by mall aaalc for Address s' \ The Apbro Medicine \ COMPANY. ' Western Itranch, ■on NY. Portland. > reran. Hold by W. H. Chapman, Druggist, Norik Yak ima, Washington. A FREE TRIP TO THB World’s Fair. Cammeaclng HI sty I, l8o;». The History Company of San Francisco, Cal. (capital stork $500,000) the oldest and largest publishing house on the Fa erfle coaat, this duy announce that they will give, abeoutely free, a ticket to the world’* fair and return, including meals en route one week (7 days) hotel ac commodations, six admission tickets to the exposition grounds, two tickets to leading Chicago theaters and such other privileges as may insure a pleasant trip, to deserving persons, who comply with their requirements. NSTIfK. Those desiring to go to the World’s Fair and who could not otherwise do so, can address ns at once for full particulars. Thie offer does not apply to persons of meana who are in a position to meet the ex |)euses of auch a trip themselves, but to enterprising, intelligent young men and women who can appreciate such an oppor tunity and make most of it. Teachers, clergymen, students, farmers, bright sons and daughters, in fact any and all pos sessing energy, enterprise and character will be eligible. THE CHANCE Of A I.IEETIME. Every young man anti woman who desire to go to Chicago and nee the won ders of the greatest exhibition the world haa ever known, should address us at once. Pucii an opportunity is rarely of fered and the trip will be the event of a lifetime to those uho go. Addreas The History Company, THE HISTORY BUILDING, Rare Chance to Make Money i. V. BOEL’S IEV BOOK HEROES OF UNKNOWN SEAS tad Snip Cuds. NOW READY. A record of the finding of all lands, and descriptions of the first visit made by Europeans to the wild races of the world; thrilling narratives of voyages, discover ies. adventures, battles, darings and suf ferings of th*. heroic characters, bold ex plorers and dauntless spirits. 600 extra large pages, and over 300 engraving* of unsurpassed beauty, illustrating celebrat ed events in the world’s history. Agents wanted— A golden opportunity for agents. An agency is worth at least from $5 to $lO a day; don’t delay and loose this chance to make a large amount of money in a short time. Experience is not necessary; we teach yon free, and our special plans insure success. No capital, required; we will allow SO days credit on' all orders if desired. Illoatrated circul ars and extra liberal terms mailed free on application; or to secure the agency im mediately, send $1 for agents’ complete canvassing outfit and state choice of territory; or mail us a prospectus sent you by tome other house and send us 25 cent* in stamps to pay postage, and we will send you our new handsome pros pectus free. Special Terms— We will guarantee to give yon better terms than any other house. Send for them and be convinced. Arrangments can be made so that yonr orders will be delivered to yon free of ell expenses, as— W* pay the freight. We famish taxes free. We pay for healing to the depot. We allow an exlry di-ount for cash. Wa give a copy in the beat binding free with every 20 order*. Special— Each one of oor agents haa the advantirage, In »idition to th* liberal commissions, of our grand premium of a • free trip to and from Chicago during the | World’s Fair. Act at once. Address PACIFIC PUBUSHIIG COIFUT, tinnrtk IM. PHIUII. MUM. HBSSaS£2SS»- Bailnesa, Shorthand, vsse totfTl any Um. Caul««u. friu. attliar Notice to Stockholder* of Konnewock Ditch Co. HOTin IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AT THE regular meeting of uld Company to b« I on tbs last Hat unlay In MarehTlAPS, It is proposed to repeal Artui.b iv of the By laws of said Company. The said Articlk iv relates to Ambmumrrts, setting oat the manner and time of giving notice to amendments to the By-laws of said Company. C. P. WILCOX. S-IS3 _ President. At teat: W. B. Thobrtoh, Secretory. Dated at North Yakima, Wash., Dec. », IMI. 3PQj NoticetoCnxnoi ■" "" After the 16th of December Roslyn Coal OA O U Win be delivered for *.M UnOn per ton, SPOT Cash! mmmmmmmmmm—m Hereafter Dot a tOD Of Coal nor a cord of Wood wilt be unloaded unless the money is peld on delivery. There will be no deviation from AA rA this rale. $6,50 JOHN reed. TELEPHONE 17. NOTICE. VTOTICK 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT A apecial election will be held in the Cowe chle end Wide Hollow Irrigation District, of Yakima Cosnty, Btate of Washington, on Satur day, January 9th, imu, at which will be submit ted to the qualified electors of said district whether or not bonds shall be issued In the sum of Elya Hundred Thousand Indian (9900,000' by said district, said sum being the amount es timated and determined by the Board of Direct ors of said district as necessary to be raised for the purpose of constructing necessary Irrigating canals and works and acuurlng necessary prop erty and rights therefor. At such election ballots shall contain the words, “Bonds—Yes” or “Bonds—No,"or words equivalent thereto. The voting place for the Cowechle precinct of said district will be at the Cowechle district school house, and for the Wide Hollow precinct of said district at the Wide Hollow district school bouse. By order of the Board of Directors of the Cowechle and Wide Hollow Irrigation District. Yakima County, Washington. Dated December 17, Ml. R. BTROBACH. Secretary. Ordinance No. 174. An Ordinance to 8 ippreoa Houses of 111-Fame. The City of North Yakima docu ordain aa follows: Section 1. Any person or persona who shall keep a bouse of ill-fame within tha limits of the city of North Yakima, retorted to for the par poae of prostitution and lewdneas, or who shall reside In such house for the purposes aforesaid, or shall visit such bouse for the purposes afore said, or shall in auch bouse be guilty of prostitu tion. shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction thereof shall be punished by a fine of not lots than live dollars nor more than one hundred dollars. Bac. 2. Any person who shall within the city limits of the city of North Yakima let or rent any room, house or building for a house of 111- fame or for the purposes of prostitution, or who •hall within the limits of said city knowingly permit the same to be kept In any room or boose In his possefslou or under his control shall, on conviction thereof be punished as In section one of this ordinance provided. Bbc. A This ordinance shall be In full force and effect from and after Its passage and ap proval. Passed the council January 4, IWL GEO. W. RODMAN, Cmal.l city Clerk. Approved thie Oth day of January, 1802. A. B. WEED. Mayor. Notice to Appear. YAKIMA WATER CO, Plaintiff,. B. 8. MIKKELBON, Defendant S STATE OF WASHINGTON,/ COOHTY OF YaXIMA. i ■ In Justice Conrt, before 8. C. Heuton, Justice of the Peace, To E. 8. Mikkehon: In the name of the Slate of Washington, yon are hereby notified that the Yakima Water Com pany baa filed a complaint against you in the said court, which will coma on to be heard at my office. In North Yakima, Yakima County, State of Washington, outbeAth day of Febru ary, IW2, at the hour of 9 o’clock a. m.; and un ices you appear and then and there answer, tha same *9ll be taken aa confessed and the demand of theTlalntlff granted. The oblect and demand of said complaint la that the Plaintiff is a Corporation duly organ ised and existing under the laws of the State of Washington, having Its principal place of busi ness at North Yakima, Yakima bounty. Wash ington; that the Defendant la Indebted to said Plaintiff In the sum of three and aO-100 dollars (•>•801 for watar furnished to Defendant, at her asclal Instance and request, between the first y of August, IHBI, and the 10th day of De cember 1891; that the same has not been paid nor any part thereof. And further, that the Yakima Electric Light Company Is a Corporation duly authorised and existing under the laws of the State of Wash ington. with IU principal place of business at North Yakima, Washington; that said Defend ant waa on January i. iwj. Indebted to the said Yakima Electric Light Company In tha sum of four and 10- l(k> dollars (94.10) for electric lights furnished HTdefendaut. at her special request, between October Ist, 1091, and December 10th, Utl; that no part of the aama has been paid; that prior to the commencement of this action, this account was duly assigned and set over by said Yakima Electric Light Company to Plain tiff. who la now the legal owner of said account And farther, that Defendant Is indabtad to Hamr spinning in the sum of ft» for rent of lot 17, In Mock 10. In the city ofNorth Yakima, Washington, and the building situated thereon, for the month of November. MM; that prior to the commencement of this action said accoun for rent waa duly assigned by said Harry Spin nlng to Plaintiff and that Plaintiff isnow th legal owner of said account; that the same e any part thereof haa not been paid. Wherefore the Plaintiff prays Judgment against for the sum of |3.ao, and the further sum of •4.10, and the further sum of 920. with Interest from the date thereof until paid, at the rate of ten per cent per annum, and for Its costa and dlshnrementa In this action. Complaint filed January 2, 1092. 8. C. BENTON, Justice of the Peace in North Yakima Precinct, In and for Yakima County, State of Wash ington. YAKIMA WATER CO.. Plaintiff.* B. H. MI KEELSON, Defendant. \ AFFIDAVIT DKHAMDIMO U ASM IF H KENT. STATE OF WASHINGTON./ „ Cochtt of Yakima, j Edward Whitson, being first duly sworn, says be Is president of the Yakima Water Company, plaintiff In the foregoing action; that be haa good reason to believe that Hugh Stuart la In debted to the Defendant, or haa property In his poaaeasion or under bis control not by law exempt from sale under execution, and hereby demands that the Sheriff or any Constable of Yakima County, Slate of Washington, shall summon said Hugh Stuart as Garnishee, to appear before said Justice on the return day of said summons, and answer touching bis liability as garnishee. EDWARD WHITSON. Subscribed and sworn to before me lig.i | this 2nd day of Jan., 1M92. .r i M GEO. 8. COCRTKR, Notary Pnbllr for the state of Wash ington, residing at North Yakima, Wash. tfI'MMOHH OF GAR.UISHHBNT (COPT). Bran of Wasninoton,/ „ Cot'HTT of Yakima, ) To Hugh Stuart: Whereas, notice and complaint has been issued by H. c. Heaton, a Justice of the Peeee in end for said County and Mate, returnable on the Sth day of Fobrury. UN, In favor of Yakima Water Company, Plaintiff, and against B. 8. Mikkalaon, Defendant: and. wharose, the Plaintiff the Yak ima Water Com pea y has made noth that yon that you have property In yonr possession or nn sy?s sraasnv' - sgraa s anuSStt.7 •w In North Yakima, Yakima Com*. Wash ington. on the return day of said notice and complaint- to-wit: at the hour of 9 o'clock in the forenoon of mid day, then and there to oa garaiah«a* r °* U *' rom * *■ Given under my hand, this 2nd day of Jana »"■ jo "" , -l£s£