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The Yakima Herald.
VOL. IV. YAKIMA COUNTY BOOMS! Not as a Speculative Proposition, but as a Solid, and Legitimate Agricultural growth.. And why? Because Yakima Connty has sou & Climate, wo( Water lot iMaallno, BengrapHlcai Posiiion. Case piaikeis lor Moo in mi Directions.-^ ® ® ® ® ® ® ® Jfyc Public is to pipd Out ® ® ® ® ® ® ® That Yakima County has some other Re- That it is the Home of the Peach, Prime, That we grow Six Tons of Alfalfa to the sources than Coyotes and Beal Estate Agents. Plum, Fear, 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 County who That a Cron is never lost here hy Pests 111114 °y clor,eB > Tornadoes and violent Bustles and Saves, is Prosperous. 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 pet more money each year Lands. than 160 Acres in the Middle West. Till YAKIMA COIFT IS TO-MY Til BANNER A&RICULTUML COITT Of TOE STATEI 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. TTonrs Truly, FRED R. REED & CO., Lock-Box El. NORTH YAKIMA, WASI3IIIsr3 J X , OISr. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. H. J. BNIVELY, Attorney at Law. IWOSm over Yakima National Bank, Worth Yakima. Will practice In all the courts of the Itate and P. a. laud offieea i. s. mavis. I a. milbov. REAVIS A MILROY, Attorneys at Law. practice in all Courts of the Tendtory. Special attention given to all U. 8. land office business. North Yakima. Wash. BOWSED WHITSOH. PagDfAßgr.H WHITSON A PARKER, Attorneys at Law. 8. O. MORFORD, Attorney at Law. Praetieaa In all Courts In the Territory. Es pecial attention to Collections. , Office up stairs over Feebler A Ross , North Taklma. JOHN G. BOYLE, Attorney at Law. Office next door to the United States Laud Office T. M. VANCE, ATTORNEY - AT - X-.A.'W. office over Pint National Beak. Special at tention given to Land Office business. 8. C. HENTON, JUBTIOB Of ttkm PBAOB, NOTARY PUBLIC, U. S. COMMISSIONER. special attention given collections and Notary work. Office over Yakima National Bank. O. J. HILL, Physician and Surgeon special attention given to dlesasis of women and children. Telephone No. 5. Office over Yakima Nat l Bank; Residence on Third street. bet B and C. - O. M. GRAVES, DENTIST. All week In my line flnt-claae. Local anesthet ics used to extract teeth without pain. No ebarna lor cxamlaatien. MrOfficc over First National Sana. WILSON A ARNOLD. Civil Engineers ud Architects. Surveyors A Locators of Govonuiwnt Lands, All Work OKuurffiatMd. Office, Lewis-Bngl« Black. 2nd Floor. YaUma ArtesianJWell Borin Co. CONTRACTS MADE FOB KINKINU 4.rtCNiun Welle*. H. B. BCUDDKR. Manager. Office,Lewts-Kngle Building, North Yakima. The Celebrated French Cure, W RST “APHBODITIHE” S.SSS f GUARANTEE wx whether*- W islng from the AFTER °f MtlmalanU. Tobacco or Opium, •r through youthful Indiscretion, over indalg eucc, Ac., rich u Lorn of Brain Power, Wakeful dm Bearing down Paine In the Bark, Reminal Weakuem, Ifysterla, Nervous Prostration Nocturn al Kmiealona, UncurrhcM, Dlssineea, Weak Mem jffi^AtoflygKajfiajLS: A WRITTEN GUARANTEE forerery 15.00 order, to refnnd the jnooey if a Permanent cure isnot effected. Thousands of testimonials from old and young, of both sexes, permanently cured by ArnaoniTiMS. Circular free. SOLD BY W. H. CHAPMAN, Sole Agent, North Yakima. Waah. ftshria For lateate tad Children. OaMwk iiwrtn Blfatfai. and OTercontM flatulency, Conatipotloo, Soar Thus the’ child la rendered healthy and its ■loop MlmL Caatnrla contains no Morphia* or other narcotic property. “Oeernrla to ee welladapted to chlMraa that “I nee OMlorte In my pneUw. aad tod it flow mil “ Front personal knowledge and eheerrnttoa I sen ear diet Oselorla lean «oeltent medicine for chUarea. amine on a laxatiw and nlMm STj&3£& Da. O. C. Otoooo, Taa Canrton Oohmitt, TT Murray Street, If. Y. —Aoctlon at Red field’s Jewelry atore Saturdays. * NORTH YAKIMA, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1892. Tkn b M; hIMI If any other town in the state has a better advertised man than Fred Reed, of Yakima, let it speak out .—Sunday Herald. No other town has a Fred Reed to ad vertise.— Tacoma Neva. ARIZONA JOURNALISM IIWABIIICTIN. Bmi Cktkt Spawn Fra tbe Trawkul tai if loldm ,f FiUie (filial !■ Tib Stib. Ruby Miner: My God! Just think of it! To bsve good times and no church in town in which to pass tbs hat to keep five cent pieces out of circulation. Are we to be forever damned and laboring at a dis advantage? Sprague Adrertiaer: Tbe ropes are be ginning to tighten around certain partiea In thia city. They begin to feel the hot breath of a determined and outraged pub lic. Every breath breeds a sentiment of bitter hatred. When in a state of des peration they thirst for gore. Such men are conceived in the darkest infamy. They are nothing more than a feather dropped from the wing of an imp of hell into tbe lap of iniqnity. Their breath taints of the poisonous vapors of unholy graves. Their polluted tongues can only be stopped by the smotbwing wings of death and their unholy carcasses bidden from view beneath the liquid waves of hell. Pasco Headlight: This great aggrega tion of fresh, new-laid ideas acknowledges with thanks the receipt of a gilt-edged in vitation to the Razxle Daasle Five’s third annual mask ball, to be given at Pasco on Friday evening, April Ist. It is-unneces sary to say that we will be there in all our native glory and effulgence, and for the benefit of those who have never seen us sawing the air with our feet, we may say that we are as graceful as a steam derrick on the ball room floor. People have come for miles to see os dance and have unanimously pronounced our gyra tions tbe roost unaccountable they have ever witnessed. Pomeroy Independent :■ This paper can 'say to the democratic-republican editor of the Dayton ChronieU that his bed will need many changes of sheets before be geta his favorite candidate nominated over our Cosgrove for governor. Not only his kidneys, but his liver, will be greatly dis ordered long before his deslrs on that subject is attained. THE LOCAL MS MARKET. loUnstiDg Items of levs from Mime end Its Sibubs. ■lts sf Uasslp, Pacts, Fancies, Per saaals, aat a ■•Sgs-PtSis sf Paragraphs at Every Dcscrlptlaa. Kennewick is reported to be laying its wirss for a boom. Tax Hkbald can always be found on sale at Chapman’s news stand. Price five cents par copy. Mrs. Alex. Miller returned Sunday from a three months’ visit with her mother and sister at Portland. R. J. Mackison returned from Spokane Monday. He confirms tbe report that the city is very lively. The public schools of North Yakima will not close for the summer vacation thia year until the 19th of June. Ten carloads of hop poles from the mountains and tbs west aids have bean delivered here since the beginning of tbe eeasou. Mrs. Rugh, of Baker City, who baa been visiting her daughter, Mrs. C. J. Taft, for tbe past four months, left for home on Monday. David Wilson, of Tacoma, spent Tues day in the city. He says there is more favorable comment abroad on Yakima than any other sect ion of the stele. It is eeid that tbe Northern Pacific has secured tbe right-of-way privileges from the Indians for a bridge across tbs Yak ima to the reservation opposite Top pe nis b. G. M. McKinney and family have re moved to the Monroe ranch, and Mrs. John Donald and family are occupying tbe Field dwelling vacated by Mr. Mc- Kinney. v R. Schmidt and wife left for a trip to the Sound country Monday. Mr. Schmidt, after casting his vote at the Seattle elec tion and visiting Fair haven and Port Townsend, will return to Yakima. there is considerable inquiry after town lots of late, and before spring is over a lively movement in this clam of property is assured. The extensive development of tbe surrounding country warrants tbe demand for inside property. Friday of last veck a wu a gala day for Proeaer. For the flrat time io ita history it had a legal trial in which real live law yers were employed. The circumstances aa developed were about as follows: Levi Vacber herds sheep (or Mr. Weaton, and like a good many sheep men, does not seem to have a proper regard for property rights, and in the course of hie wander ings throughout the Hunnyside country be directed his flock onto the lands of a Mr. Cochran. With filial regard for the interests of bia sire, Jim Cochran ordered Vacber to move on and undertook to en force his demand by hitting the herder over the bead with a revolver. This re sulted io bia arrest and trial on Thursday before Justice of the Peace Burrell on the charge of assault. At the end of the day everybody was so mixed up that neither head nor tail could be made of the case, and it was decided to call in those emi nent legal lights, J. O. Boyle, of North Yakima, for the prosecution, and D. H. Carey, of Ellensburgh, for the defense. Upon their arrival the complaint was changed from simple sasault to sssault with deadly weapon and over this the legal battle was fought. Poetry mixed with Blackstone was fired and countered until the scintillations of wit, humor and pathos, as they clashed with the more pon derous lore of the law, actually daxsled the townspeople and the horny-handed Sunnysidera, who had never witnessed anything quite so meteoric in brilliancy. Boyle gained his point, and the assault ing party was bound over in the sum of S2OO for bis appearance at the next regu lar term of the superior court. The win ning side was hilarious over the result and organised a serenading party and took io the town, and it is said that for twosolid hours they sang “Annie Rooney” io front of the residence of Carl Jensen (who had gone to the country with h(a family) without getting an encore. Tlie entertainment given at the opera house on Saturday evening last for the benefit of the Congregational church was a success financially and as far as local talent went. Miae Rosa Btannus was a disappointment. She is no doubt a very worthy yodng woman and is enterprising, else she wouldn’t have a lithograph of herself and he traveling around the coun try, but she is no elocutionist; la fact, it is in the uatureof an infliction to be com pelled to sit through her recitations. “Cle opatra’s Dream” was a nightmare, and the recital of the chariot race from “Ben Hur”* would have made General Lew Wallace, had he been present, sorry that he bad ever conceived it. The balance of the program wee very good, especially the duet, the trio and E. P. Greene’* baritone aolo. In “Juanita” Prof. Greene did not do himeelf justice, the piece not being auited to bia voice. The Gano well boring machine struck rapidly rising water on the Simpson homestead in the Moxee Monday at a depth of 170 feet. Flowing water is con fidently looked for in the near future. The Lockwood artesian well boring plant was moved on Sunday last to sec tion SI, township 18, north range 20 east, two miles west of the Yakima Land Co.'a machine, where Mr. Lockwood and his associates have an option on some North ern Pacific landa. There will be short lectures b? James Beck and others on gospel temperance on Sunday next at 8:30 p. ra. at Good Tem plar’s hall, where all subjects pertaining to the temporal and spirtual welfare of the human race are diacuaaed every Sun day at the same hour. Jack Andenreid, who farms a piece of ground near Yakima City, raised some of the best potatoes last year ever seen in thia or any other market. He still has about 600 bushels, and four of the pota toes brought to this city weighed fifteen pounds, and these were smooth and with out nubbins. C. D. Fleming and family, recently of Tacoma, will occupy the (ieorge Win chell dwelling bouse on Second street until they can build a suitable residence on the ranch Mr. Fleming -lately pur chased from John A. Stone. Mr. Fleming intends to increase the area of his hop yard by from thirty to forty acres. The Girls’ Guild is looking for some one to take the leading gentleman’s part in the drama, “A Soap of Paper,” which will be presented at the opera boose after Lent. There are several here who are qualified to take heavy parts, and The Herald would suggest to the thoughtful consideration of the managers Col. J. H. Tsggard or David Ouilland, Sr. John Kelly, publisher of the Enumclaw Evergreen, was in the city for several days during the past week looking over the field with a view to moving bis plant and paper to Yakima City. He says times' are very hard over there; that property had depreciated greatly in mar ket value in the last two years, and that from present appearances half of the pop ulation was moving to Yakima. Mr. Kelly wasn’t fully assured of the advisa bility of the newspaper venture, but thought that if be could close out his In terests he would come over anyway and engage in some other line of business. NO. 7. Mayor Weed estimate* that the hop acreage of tbia county will be increaaed thia apring to upwards of 1000 acres. Yakima ia aa certain to become the bub of thia induatry aa anything can be; and why not? Our climate and soil are es pecially suited to this crop, and there is no danger of vermin or failure from other cauaes; and look at the profit. Place the yield and the selling price at minimum figures and the total cost of raising and preparing for the market at the maximum and you have 1500 pounds, coatings cents per pound and selling «t \2}4 cents—a net profit of 167.50 an acre. Mayor Weed thinks an average net profit of |IOO an acre is a fair calculation. J. A. Stone has four magnificent fight ing cocks which he recently brought over from Bnmner. One of them is a white pile, another a dm k wing, «nd the other two brown breasted reds. Mr. Stone has eighty cocks sll told, and be *s of the opinion that the birds will be quicker, if not stronger, in this dry climate. Two of the cocks now here were winners at the recent tournament held in Seattle for Ore- gon and Washington birds, having whipped the California bred cocks which Col. Joe Taylor, of Portland, smuggled in. If any of the excellently executed tan dollar silver certificates come into your possession, scrutinise them carefully, and if the words, “This certifies that there have been deposited in the treasury” are omitted above “United States,” your cer tificates are counterfeit. That a counter feit so generally well executed as this one should have such an important omission is strange, but that it is so Is fortnnate lor the business public. The Herald is in the swim «p to the eyes. That its merits as a paying adver tising medium are appreciated Is evi denced by the crowded condition of its advertising columns. If you want to in-* crease your business, advertise; and if you conclude to advertise, choose The Herald, for its large and rapidly increas ing circulation Is a guarantee of the favor in which it is held by the public. Parties have been in the habit of riding or driving over the Moxee bridge at a pace faster than a walk, and the county commissioners have instructed Bond Supervisor L. B. Kinyon to begin picas cutions for all such violations d the law. Mr. Kinyon prefers not to do this If it can be avoided, so be desires The Herald to cantion the public to err no more in this respect. A. K. Hisoock, president of the Artesian Well Co. .arrived from TacomaWednssday.