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The Yakima Herald.
VOL. IV. YAKIMA COUNTY BOOMS! Not as a Speculative Proposition, but as a ©olid, and Legitimate Agricnltnral growth. And why? Because Yakima Connty has Soil S Situate, Hap of Wetei lot irrigation, fieogiaptticat Mott, Basil plows lot Produce in nil Directions.^- ® ® ® ® ® ® • Jfye public is to pii?d Out ® ® ® ® ® ® ® That Yakima Oounty has some other Re- That it is the Home of the Peach, Prune, That we grow Six Tons of Alfalfa to the sources than Coyotes and Beal Estate Agents. Plum, Pear, Grape and Apple. Acre during the Season. That the choicest Vegetables grown in That it is the Hop-growing section of the Washington are raised here. State, producing 2000 Pounds to the Acre. That every Citizen of Yakima Oounty who That a Crop is never lost here by Pests Cyclones, Tornadoes and violent Bustles and Saves, is Prosperous. v y Storms are unknown. That great Irrigation Companies are spend- That 40 Acres of our Volcanic Ash Soil, ing millions of dollars reclaiming our Arid well handled, will net more money each year Lands. than 160 Acres in the Middle West. Till Tim COUNTY IS TC-M! Ti BANNER AGHICOLTDRAL COUNTY OF TEE STATE! -=To the Home - Seeker^- We say that you do not consult your own interests if, in examining the Northwest for a Location, you fail to inspect Fertile Yakima. You can purchase tickets direct to North Yakima of any railroad ticket office in the United States, and on arriving the undersigned will take pleasure in showing you a land of plenty, bubbling over with prosperity and success for all who will work to attain it. Yours Truly, FRED R. REED & CO., Look-Box 3SL USTOIRTIEaE YAKIMA, WASHIITGTOU. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. H. J. BNIVELY, Attorney at Law. garofllce over Yakima National Bank, North Yakima. Will practice In ail the ronrta of the stem aad P. §. lead offiess. i. a. aaavia. I a. a. murov. REAVIB A MILROY, Attorneys at Law. J»WIU practice In all Coarta of the Territory. Special attention riven to all U. A land oflW btSnem. North Yakima. Wash. IDWABD WHITtOM. FBEDPASkr.n WHITSON A PARKER. Attorneys at Law. 8. O. MORFORD, Attorney at Law. Practices la all Conrts In the Territory. Es pecial attention to Collection*. . _ w omce ap stairs over Peehter A Ross’. North Yakima. JOHN Q. BOYLE, Attorney at Law. Olßoe next door to the United States Land Office T. M. VANCE, ATTOHNirr - ALT - 1-A.W. Office over First National Bank. Special at tention given to Land Office beetaesa. 8. C. HENTON, juerzoa or turn pbaob, NOTARY PUBLIC, U. S. COMMISSIONER. Special attention given collections and Notary work. Office ever fakhna National Bank. G. J. HILL, Physician and Surgeon Special attonttoa given todieeaseeof women and children. Telephone No. a. Office over Yakima NM'l Bank; Residence on Third etreet, bet B and C. O. M. GRAVES, DENTIST. All week In my Has •rat-clam. Local aneethet- Ko tm Offioe over Fliet National Bana. WILSON A ARNOLD, CItII Enjiiein ud Architects. Suntyin U Ucibrt of Gmernnwit Undi. AU Work OuuutMd. Oin. UM.I «!• IM. M non. I Yatima Artesianjffell Borinji Co. CONTBACTS BADE FOB UN BINS Artesian -> Wells. R. B. BCUDOBR, Manager. Office.Lewis-Kagle Building. North Yakima. Tin Celebrated French Sure, ’Sr “APHRODITINE” I Foa'iT| O vV W■g-jg OUARANTEI / »• curs any /LT 9 m form of nervous Jf /fV*f disease, or any \ /l disorder of tha ms encc. Ac. .snch as Lorn of Brain Power, Wakeful* nem. Bearing down Paine In the Back, Bcmlnil MysUria, Nervous Prostration Noctum* id EmWoniruocurrhma, Disslness. Weak Mem* °ry. Lom of Power and Ira potency, which If no* £ pramelnie oM age and Inmn* erder, to refund tha money If a Pormanent cure Is not effected. Thousands of testimonials from old and young, of both sexes, permanently eared by Amaopmxe. circular free. BOLD BY W. H. CHAPMAN, Sole Agent. North Yakima. Waah. Castoria i.Uk«outa Q.kut« .IM.H 11 atMtf, ud "mu fUUmmr, Sou Stomub, Dtanhou, ud hub. Thu U» child b madmd halthjud It. bup Mbnl Cutoib contolna u Morphia, or otter uraobo proputj. ■bksssbk 3r*3g||ten® fn Qnrracn Oowawv. T7 Murray Struct. N, T. —Auction at Radfield’s jewelry atom Saturdays. * NORTH YAKIMA, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1892. A False Alim. “This is the first time I ever kissed a girl,” he said, as he sealed the compact they bad just made; ‘*the first time I ever kissed a girl ” Her heart fell and her head swam at the thought that she bad just plighted her troth to a liar. “The first time I ever kleeed a girl,” he replied, drawing a long breath and smacking bis lips, "who understood how to respond to the caress.” Then her heart bounded and her eyes danced at the thought that she was to wed a true man after all. I. W. Dudley, secretary of tha Yakima Irrigating A Improvement Co., weain the city the first of the week and reports that his company has arranged to spend sloo,* 000 this year in perfecting its ditch ‘sys tem. Seventy-five thousand dollars have already been expended, and it is expected that this system will reclaim 25,000 acres of sage-brush land. The canals of this company already completed irrigate about 7000 scm. A member of the Salvation Army in foil regalia attracted considerable atten tion on the streets this week. When in terviewed as to the prospects of starting a barracks in Yakima be said that was not his object, but that be had come here to go to work on a ranch, which ia a much more commendable ambition. The commissioners of Kittitas county claim that in settling division accounts, after Kittitas was cat off from Yakima and created a county, there was an error made, in consequence of which this county received $1,925 in excess of the amount due it. Yakima is now called upon to return this excess payment. A. J. Splawn, P. A. Bounds and Court Meyer, of this city, have opened the Yak ima Market in Beattie lor the wholesale handling of Yakima meats. The name alone should stamp the enterprise a suc cess without taking into consideration the thorough and thrifty business men who ere at the heed of it. The Spokane Review says that Mrs. Alice Houghton “returns very much im pressed with the bright outlook for the city of North Yakime, and states that the people there feel very confident that a new era of prosperity is dawning for their section.” If workingman are in need of good serviceable shoes, they are advised to call at Lea’s Boot and Bboa Store, opposite the OniHand boose. • THE LOCAL MS MARKET. Interesting Items of Reis from Tallma ud Its Snbnrbs. Bits wf 6*Mlp, Fads, Fancies, Per se aals, and a HeSge-Peage af 1 Paragraphs ml Emy r Description. I > Seven cars of sewer pips arrived here last week. Samuel Starrow has returned frsm the 1 Sound country. I County Auditor M. H. Ellis and wife . returned from Olympia Tuesday. Born, Feb. 11th, to the wife of J. C. Read, of the Abtanum, a daughter. | J. M. Baxter has added a handsome t phaeton to the possessions of his family, t Out of 354 voters registered last year, only 81 have renewed their right to cast ( s.vote. The family of Philip Stanton are now ■ enjoying life with a new and stylish [ ‘‘Beach” wagon. 1 Emory Taylor is building a store build ' ing at Prosser and will stock it with a full line of groceries. J. H. Larsen, who has been on a visit to his family in this city, returned to The Dalles last weak. Born, Sunday. Feb. 14th, to the wife of Harry Van Horn, of the Ahtanum val ley, a daughter. Manager Walter N. Granger, of the Irrigationcompany.left fo* Tacoma Tues day to be gone a few days. Order your job printing at The Herald office. A splendid line of new aud novel faces of types now in stock. At a meeting of the Yakima Land com pany laat Saturday the old officers were elected for the ensuing year. Judge Carroll B. Graves Is recovering ( from a tussle with la grippe. Mrs Graves | has also been similarly afflicted. Nearly three thousand dollars was re ceived by Auditor Ellis on Tuesday in ( the way of payments on school lands. , Have you a good horse that you want < to advertise for the season of 1892? The i Herald has a full line of stallion cuts and | can torn you out cards, posters or any I kind of job printing on short notice. 1 1 Procreating Attorney Rocbfortl returned on Saturday last from Olympia, where he secured a restraining order in the case In volving the ifuming of county warrants to pay the fees of Stenographer Slemmons for taking and transcribing testimony in a civil suit. The hearing will be at Olym pia on the 4th of March. Judge Smith expresses himself as confident of being sustained, and aaya the superior judges throughout the state are with him on this question. “1 think the injunction will be dissolved,” remarked the judge to a lluald reporter, Tuesday, ‘‘but if I fall I will have lots of good company to go down with me.” W. H. Burrell, who is the justice of the peace and has charge of the N. P. pump house at Prosser, had a German arrested and brought befors Justice Henton, on Saturday last, charged with burglarising the pump house of a suit of clothes and other articles. The German was em ployed on the big ditch and had the clothes in his possession ; but as he claimed to have bought them from a man who had been suspected of the theft, and an there was no proof that he was in the vicinity of Prosser at the time, he was discharged from custody. On Friday evening of last week Richard Strobach had occasion to visit the second story of the Lewis A Engle block and be noticed an unusual heat in the hall. Summoning Ned Whitby, who rooms in the building, an investigation waa made, which resulted in locating the Are in the kitchen of the Harris brothers. The room was locked, but the cry of Are soon brought the Japanese cook, who quickly extinguished the Asmes, which were probably due to the spontaneous combus tion of garlic and other rich viands. Tux Herald neglected to mention the very pleasant entertainment given by the Daughters of Rebekah on Wednesday evening of lost week. As ye reporter partook of the very bountiful and highly satisfactory sapper of chicken, cold ham, tongue, salads, delicious coffee, and other good things, the oversight is so much more culpable. The literary and musical part of the program waa very entertain ing, and the enjoyable evening was brought to a close with dancing. What has become of the drum corps, and what have becomeof the instruments? The latter were purchaaed with money contributed by citisena with the under* atanding that they were to be retained in tact for the benefit of a permanent organ* . ixation. The drama and flfea should be I collected and tbe corpa reorganised. Robert Wilson offers for sale in this issue of Thb Hkhalu bis pedigreed end imported Clydesdale stallion Coming Lad. The great Jim Hill passed through Yak ima on Friday morning last in his car “Manitoba," bound for Spokane and the east. The party of the “2:40 club” at Mason’s opera house Friday evening promises to be a very dressy affair. The ladies will empty their trunks. Crack shots of Company E are going to compete with the most proficient Ellens burghers in Company A at target prac tice in the near future. 8. M. Harris, who a few months ago purchased fifteen acres of garden and orchard land on the Natchees, is building a cottage residence thereon. Scarlet fever made its appearance in the family of C. W. Liggett, of Ellens burgh, last week. Mr. Liggett’s three year-old boy is down with the disease. Born, on Feb. 22d,t0 the wife of Henry Sanders, a son. The father thinks he has occasion to observe Washington’s birthday hereafter with more than the usual amount of patriotism. L. S. Howlett’s bond m register was re ceived here sod executed on Saturday last. It wss then forwarded to Washing ton, and Col. Hewlett expects to take possession of the office about March Ist. The contract has been let for the ex tension of the sewer system, 832 feet to the river, to R. Schmidt forsl,ooo. Capt. J. H. Thomas has executed a quit claim deed to the right-of-way for this exten sion. The "2:40 clnb" party will he held Friday evening at Mason’s opera bouse. It is difficult to imagine why this name was adopted, unless it was to indicate that the dance would be over at twenty minutes of three. The Yakima Land Co. and Fred R. Reed A Co. have moved Into their hand some office on the ground floor of the Lewis-Engle block, which has been fitted up especially for their purposes with private offices and other conveniences. A decision has recently been rendered by the general land office which affects those who have been residing on and Im proving unsorveyed government ianda. It is held that such claimants do not lose the rights of the pre-emption law, which was repealed on March Sd, 1891, If suffi cient improvements had been made be fore that date. NO. 5. Deputy U. 8. Marshal H. F. McKay, of Tacoma, was in the city Monday serv ing papers in the N. P. vs. Cowychee A Wide Hollow irrigation district injunction suit. The nest day Collector A. W. Mor rison sold the lands on which taxes were delinquent, other than those belonging to the Northern Pacific, at public sale in front of the court house. The suit of the Northern Pacific will be closely contested by Attorney Snively, who has been re tained by the district, and an MTort will be made to have it transferred from the federal court, as there is dsnger of its being tied op for a number of years on an appeal. Commodore J. N. Roberts, of Boston, who is in Yakima looking over the field with a view to sinking artesian wells, gained bis title from having been com modore of the Boston Yacht club fer a number of years. He has been theowner of the yachts Daphne, Mercury and Mabel, and in his residence at Boston he has fourteen first-class prises which his yachts have captured. A. C. Walker, of this city, is one of the commodore’s old friends, and has been with him on a number of cruises lasting several weeks. C. R. Martin, publisher of the Cle-Elnm Tribune and the Boelyn Timet, spent Sun day in the city. He says times are very dull in the Roelyn camp and that many miners are leaving. Of the six hundred negroes who were imported from Illinois not more than 160 now remain, most of the balance having gone to the mines of the Sound and British Columbia. Mr. Martin inspected Thb Hbbald office and pronounced it away vp. Next week Wednesday Lent begins and stops farther festivities. As the season of denial then begins, Thb Hbbald has concluded to deny this weekly visitor to some of its subscribers, who show no dis position to pay their delinquency. Those who fail to receive Thb Übb*u> hereafter will remember that the penitential period has arrived and that their accounts wUI be placed in the hands of an attorney. Richard Strobach .of this city,has been commissioned a stats land cruiser by the governor. The appointment is well mads, and no one who knows Mr. Strobach doubts hot what the duties devolving upon him will be faithfully and intelli gently performed. The uniform rank Knights of Pythiaa have elected the following officers: Sir Knight Captain. Samuel Vinson; Sir Knight Lieutenant, 8. C. Benton; Sir Knight Herald, W. H. Crook; Recorder, W. D. Walker; Treasurer, F. D. Eshdman.