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THE 7AIUA HERALD.
aa rn l^1 - ~ TKUEHOAY. —MATCH 17. IBS. Written for TBS HsaaLu. LSTm MABISEM. n Time! go (art. and listen not f laughter sweet aor Idle talc Of other loroe—ah mat O Moss! ride bard through darkened rpot Of laser cloed and alaeplac rele- Mylovalstar.li aba! O Tima! go lame, 1 pray and weep. Oa folded wins aaaar! O dear Mooa' rook tbyialf asleep AJalon'i rata, caress her fare! My lore, dear loro, la here! Washington, D. C. W. H. Sais-CLiar. THE EYIRGREIH STATE. Iriil Onileliofs of litters ol Inport uct Tkroipoil lisblngton. Ha aeetlea Is Overlaeket Where Any. •blag Has Oecamf That to •! Es pecial Mease a I is Ttoe Hermit's Tkeasaata ef Beaters. A Spokane man offers to bet SI,OOO that that city will have a population of 75,000 at tbe close of 1900. The Seattle Prese-Timet brings out L. 8. J. Hont, of tbe Poet-Intelligencer, lor vice president on the republican national tickat. Coi: James Hamilton Lewi* has pre sented George Hassard with a silk tile, one of the many he won on the Beattie election. Billy Singleton, formerly half owner of the townsite of Ruby City, died recently In San Francisco. His father, John Sin gleton, is a Walla Walla pioneer. The Soar Dough Aid society, of Coulee City, Douglas county, is daily expecting a carload of old maids from the east, and the bachelors of that section are AIM with pleasurable excitement. Work is progressing favorably on the Kennewick irrigation ditch. About 20U men and seventy-five teams are employed. Work was begun abent midway on the ditch and is being prosecuted in both directions. Quite a section of the big ditch is already completed. The orchards in the vicinity of Dayton are in a very bad condition in consequence of vermin. Some of the orchards have been condemned by State Fruit Inspector Jeeeee, who has found the woolly aphis, wood borers and bark loose, and who thinks the San Jose scale is there sod will make its appearance this season. Toe city election held in Seattle last week resulted in tha election of the entire democratic city ticket and all of the aldermen on the democratic ticket, and afl bat fear el the democratic delegate*. Ronald was elected mayor over Leary by 1866 mayoralty, while the balance of the ticket secured majorities ranging from Watarville Democrat: Dm in Yak ima county irrigation is literally trans forming the country. The arteoian well* are proving Very sooceoaful, and people are aaixiog the opportunity to engage in fruit raiaing. The Northern Pacific com pany hue a big ditch into which water will shortly be turned, end altogether the outlook in the arid districts of Yakima is eery bright. Walla Walla Patou. State Fruit In spector D. M. Jrente returned Sunday from u visit to Columbus andGddeodale. He reports the orchards in that section are nearly all ruined, the scale bug having attacked the treee end killed many of them, others being in a bod fix. The oechardiata, however, have taken the matter in baud and are earnestly trying to kill off the pest. EUenaburgh wants a telephone line to Wenatchee. The telephone company asks for a boons of $6,000 to construct and maintain the line or the famishing and netting of poles between the two points. The company having the tele phone franchise for this state is very gen erous. All it asks is to be given the plant and it will furnish the service pro vided it is well paid (or it. Throughout eastern Washington and Oregon the prospect (or an immense wool clip this spring ia roost encouraging. The season is so far advanced that the asser tion may be made with almost unquali fied positiveoees that a better yield of wool was never taken in these parts than will be shorn in a few months. Notooly ia the quality excellent, bat the quantity will be large owing to the mild winter, which bee occasioned no loss among the flocks. Twenty of the thirty-four comities in the ntnte of Washington report organiza tion* subordinate to the Washington Farmers’ Alliance. The number of subor dinates by counties is as follow*: Whit man. 50; Spokane. 27; Lincoln, 22; Gar field. 17; Walla Walla. 15; Colombia, 12; Klkkitat, 11; Cbebaila, »; Snohomish, It; Stevens, 7; Doogias.s; Kittitas and Adams, 5 each; Asotin, Clark* and Whatcom, 8 each; Kitsap, 2; Lewis, Pierce, Okanogan and Yakima. 1 each. Hot. VttNßi last » laf. Cheney Sentinel: Citisens of Spokane are protesting against the nomination of Eogene Wilson for governor. Five years * since Wilson started a weekly paper, the Chinook, at Spokane, and, after three weeks, suspended, publishing in his last leans a valedictory In which he gave the city a "Mack eya," predicting all aorta of dismal things for her future. The nn cailed-for attack upon Spokane’s business assn la well remembered by them and it la bat natural that they should bitterly appose aaf effort to place a mao of so atnall caliber in the gubernatorial chair, or. Indeed, to alert him to say office. Eugene T. Wilson, old boy. “your name h Mud.” ' PASCO HIADU6HT FLASHES. Editor Edrtrds or TU-Pot Dates ud Bleer-Ejed Aristocrats. Pates Waits aaase Owe •• Preside Over Us “Ueapel Will”—The Head light Maw Nave Preaches She I'aaeral Heratewa. Notwithstanding that there are quite a few handsome and honorable bachelor editors left, American girls persist ia going across the ocean and bartering their glo rious womanhood and their dad’s pile for a moth-eaten, over-worked title of a bum aristocracy, with which is thrown in a bleary-eyed specimen of decrepit rosn hood. The latest sacrifice on this altar of tuft-hunting insanity ia lovely Mattie Mitchell, daughter of Senator Mitchell, of Oregon. Mattie was married about a month ago to a ddke of the tin-pot vari ety, with a name that would give away a patent medicine testimonial and the length of which would cause an honest man a good deal of inconvenience in sign ing bsnk cheeks. We mention this met ier st this time because some one at Wash- ington—presumably Senator Mitchell— has sent us s wad of clippings from the New York and other big dailies describ log the wedding, and if Senator Mitchell is proud of the achievement and wants s puff, the Headlight is not tbs paper to say him nay. We may say, however, that no “staff” accompanied the clippings, and so we throw in this flattering notice with out money and without price. This town has a large and vigorous kick coming against the "ducks who run the gospel mills." The wherefore of which Is as thus: Pasco has car shops, roundhouses, railways and rivers, store* of every kind, colleges and public schools, lawyers and doctors, hotels and saloons, court house and Jail,—but nary a minis ter of the gospel. We have one church, bat it stands silent and nnnsed among a population of £OO souls and in a Christian land. There’s where the kick comes in. We have everything to promote our earthly comfort, while our spiritual wel fare is laid over for future consideration. We are left like a lot of stray sheep to straggle aimlessly along without a shep herd. Not a ■lergyman to speak a few words of comfort or offer up a prayer for the sick or dying. Not a servant of tl e Lord to expound the good word and point out the straight and narrow way to erring ones. Not a minister to perform the last sad rites for a so a I that has been sum moned to its long home. When e burial takes place the editor is called upon to officiate in Ida own worldly way. He does the best be ran, bat it is unsatisfac tory to a dying man to know that he is to have a half column of unorthodox long primer spouted over him by a mao to whom he is in arrears for subscription. While the different denominations the world over are moot sealous in collecting money to send missionaries to save the Chinese, the Africans, the Buddhists and the hah on*, the people of Pasco are left to stumble along on the broad and dan gerous road without a ray of light. This is a lamentable and unwarranted state of affairs. No divine service has been held in the city for over six months. No pearls of truth or words of hope have been spoken. We are simply left to toas shoot among the breakers of uncertainty or drift on with tits tide of don’t-care-a-damitive ness. This is our little tale of woe. Hence this kick. Here is a sample of jerkwater poetry with which we have been recently afflicted: * Little elanpa of aaac bnuh. Little drills of aaad. Show need of irritation For tbl* parched but fertile land. The Headlight has two nr three poets chained up in the cellar who can dash off rhymes like that at the rate of a mile a minute. That is the reason we keep them chained. Wub fur fed far Pmifctl. Secretary R. K. NI hols of the repub lican central committee was at Walla Walla last week and he is thus quoted by the Union-Journal respecting republican presidential timber: “We need a magnetic ticket. ‘Let the mantel of Elijah fall on the shoulders of Elisha.’ Nominate Reed, the ’man from Maine.”’ Reed and McKinley.be claims, would sweep the country like wildfire, and is the only true winning card. MhicaJ Pmerk. £f a law was past givin’ every ooneat politiahun a marble monument 200 foot high, it wouldent make much of a boom in the quarry hixineos. Ef wimmio could he elected president they would he puttin’ tidies oo the hack of the executive cheer inside of a week. Thesalvashun of this country depends oo intelijeot patt riot ism. not the jlm Jams sort. Miff Tku a rMp. benevolent Lady—Little boy. here is another tem|*raoce tract 1 wish you would give to your father. Street Gamin—Me dad ain’t drinking now. He’s swore off. Benevolent lady (ecstatically)— Did be read the last tract 1 gar# you? Gamin—Nope. He’s trainin’ for a prise fight. Tkrrt ( irisas PerU. There are only four places is the world where women poasees all the privileges of voting ahu h are accorded to men, vis.: Iceland, Fitcalm (aland, the fale of Man and Wyoming. U. f*. A. A watch beats 157,8H0,(*)0 times in a year. In the same length of time its wheels travel 355814 miles. In England locomotives have neither belle, headlight* nor •‘row catchers " BkMat Varry •writ “My husband received a note to-day in a woman’s handwriting.” “Did yon open it?" “1 did not. And what ia more, I left him by himself to read it at bia leisure.” “Don’t yon worry over it?” “No, hot 1 guess he does. It was from my dressmaker.” Tea Ink Frirslity. Farmer’s Boy—There’s goin’ to be a minstrel show in Fiukintown next week. Can I Old Hayseed—Gee whittaker! It ain’t a niontii sence you went to tb’ top o’ th’ hill to see th’ 'clipae of th’ moon. D’yuh wan ter be always on th’ go? Bhm Cirb Kiev aa Aaftl Let “The idea of your always asking for a kiss before you take it!” “Ob, you don’t like such timidity, eh 7” “It is not timidity at all; it’s over con fidence. If you were not sure yon would get it, you would not stop to ask.” iitire ia a Inal tria. Ellensburgh Register: This is the spring of and ail naturesmilea in at* ticipation of the great democratic victory that is billed lor this fall. Ayer’s Sarsaparilla Stands at the head of all blood med icines. This position it has secured by its intrinsic merit, sustained by the opinion of lending physicians, and by the certificates of thousands who have successfully tested its remedial worth. No other medicine so effectually CURES Scrofula, hoi I*, pimples, rheumatism, ca tarrh. aud all other blood diseases. - There can be uo question as to the supe riority of Ayer’s Sarsaparilla over all other blood-purifiers. It this was not the case, the demand (or It, Instead of tncreaslng yearly, would bare ceased long sgo, like so many other blood medicines I could name.”— F. L. Mo kb non. Drugs Ist. 75 Chelsea it, Charlestown, Mass. “ Two yean ago I was troubled with salt rheum. It was all over my body, and noth ing the doctors did for me was of any avail. At last 1 took four bottles of Ayer’s s .rsaparilla. and was completely cured. I can sincerely recommend It as a splendid Mo vl-purifier."—J. 8. Hurt, Upper Keswick, JC.-w Brunswick. •• ,’!y sister was afflicted with a severe )ROFULA < lor re commended Ayer's Sarsaparilla the best I lood blood-purifier within I.; . ;,perlcnee. We gave her this medicine, an I a complete cure was the result.” Win. O. Jenkins. Deweese. Scb. ” When a boy I was trout.ed with a blood disease which manifested Itself In sores on the legs. Ayer's Sarsaparilla being recom mended. I took a number of bottles, and was cored. 1 have never since that lime bad a recurrence of the complaint.” —J. C. Thompson, Lowell. Mass. •' I was cured of Scrofula by the use of Ayer’s Sarsaparilla.”—John C. Kerry, Deer field. Mo. Ayer’s Sarsaparilla Dr. J. C. AYeTa'co’ lowl, Mill. Bold by all DrugftaU. Prtoe fit; *li UxUaa.fi*- Bfglgfl WcTolllt^S Mleeple**ue«* Cured. IT lam glad to taattfy that 1 was* fuM Bow atg*a Harm Touts with ths bMt aaaaaasle* ■laayteaanoaa. sad baiters that Uta faulty a groat rail* for •aS«rtos hoaaolty. M. FRANK, Paa tar. It Beverln. Kevlortae P. 0.. Pa. Laa Vtoti. Mew Maxleo, Jnly t, WX trlabt and aba ora aw bar bosom b omasa 1 no cry to*, sad two boon attar I had tba ftrat attack of baart dlamsa. Paster KoanlT• Narva Touts baa doua aw mesh good aud ba* had tba daoUad affaat. MIOUBL A. OUUUN. Had Rpaon* fur Id Tears. Mrs. J. P Show write* from Dayton. Lyon 00., Navada: 1 bars bad se amre of those tar. rlbts oya—aoinm 1 too* Pastor Keoatg'a Motes Touts, itikiagh 1 had thorn w vaura. FREEtEBbg&g MBBMBKr— KOKNIQ MCO. 00.. OM<M«O, 111. Mn.iMawaini.aMk taaMnam FIRST NATIONAL BAM of North Yakima. dib across. I. K. Lew la. Tboo. ». Wlleoa, Chaa. Carpenter, 1 A. w. Bagla. R. B. Acaddor. ; ( wpitni, Harriott A. W. Rmolb. Chau raaerimta. President. Vim President. 1 W. L. Mtsinwbo, Cashier. I ;o; DOBS A OBNBBAL BANKING BIVINBB*. laji ud Mil Eirkaap >1 till*. PAYS INTBRIWT ON TIMB nKPOAII*. THIIROUCLADJW IRIHODSI Have you goods to store that you desire to keep in safety? If so, call upon Chappell <5 Cox. Their new Warehouse, which is as nearly fire-proof as it can be made, is now ready for the storage of goods, at owner’s risk. Charges Reasonable. “August Flower” There is a gentle- Dyspepsia, man at Malden-on the-Hudson, N. Y., named* Captain A. G. Pareis, who has written us a letter in which it is evident that he has made up bis mind concerning some things, and this is what he says: “ I have used your preparation called August Flower in my family for seven or eight years. It is con stantly in my house, and we consider it the best remedy for Indigestion, and Constipation we Indigestion, have ever used or known. My wife is troubled with Dyspepsia, and at times suffers very much after eating. The August Flower, however, re lieves the difficulty. My wife fre quently says to me when I am going to town. ‘We are out Constipation of August Flower, and I think you had better get another bottle. ’ lam also troubled with Indigestion, and when ever I am, I take one or two tea spoonfuls before eating, for a day or two. and all trouble is removed.” • Summons by Publication. In the Superior Court of Yakima County, State of Washington. y n*. 341. Action brought (n the Anna Stomi. Superior Court of Yak- Plaintiff, Inu County. State of n. I Washington. at North Yakima, and complaint Hr sky T. stosk. filed In the office of the Defendant Clerk of Mid Court on * the 9th day of March, JW*!. The Stale of Washington to the ahore named Defendant: You ate hereby notified that Anna Stone, Plaintiff, ban filed a romplalnt attain'd you lu the superior Court of Yakima County, state of Washington. at North Yakima, which will come on to be heard sixty day* after the drat publlea lion of this summons, to wit: Sixty days after the lOth day of March. IMM; and unleu you ap pear and anawer the ume mi or before the tfth da; of May. IWI, the sane will be taken aa ion fewwd and the prayer of aaid complaint a ranted. The obie d aud prayer of aald complaint la, that the Honda of matrimony relating between Plain;id and Defendant l>e diaaolved, on the ground of abandonment: that tbecommon prop erty in aeld complaint dea.-rlbed be awanle<i to Plaintiff, and ts«' Delcu lant be required to pay a reasonable attorney a fee aud coata ami ex pense* of tiila action, and (or such other an-i further relief aa to the Court may seem meet aud proper iu the premise*. Witness my baud and the wal of said catau Superior conn, affixed thUlih day of March, A. D. WW. DI-DI KY CSHKI.MAN. County Clerk and Clerk of the suterior Court. RBAVta «k MiLKoY. Attorneys for Plaintiff. 7 Simpson Bros. Are now prepared to tarnish to tbe Public Superior Varieties of Froit Shade aid Ornamental Trees. Hav or Oraln taken iu f.xc•>tangaMtor TYeea. For Sale. E“ Pure-Bred, Imported CLYDESDALE STALLION, COMING LAD Apply to ROBERT WILSON. Ml Wrnan P. «>., Vaklma l a., W’ailt. 3POT Notice to Consamers. ■ After rbe l.'.th of December Hoslyn Coal OAO Li Will »* delivered for IC.-W Unun per ton. ipor Cash! Hereafter not a ton of Coal nor a cord of Wool will be unloaded union* the money I* paid on delivery. There will be no deviation from tbla rule. $6.50 JOHN REED - TELEPHONE 17. FOR_SALE. A l''ll-Ht-CIBHH TBOniHS STBLUON la a strong. handnome Hour, po**eaalo« food speed and endurance. Has no au perlor in harneaa. Registered it Wallace’s Trotting Register 4-4 For Particular* Apply «t Thi« Office. Do Yon Want a Good Meal? IT SO, CALL ON Kay & Lucy, RESTAURATEURS rroUIHT •tNINM’M. T)M firallMit ttNMIoa of this H~Unr.nl !• b«lD( ■•lnulMdV tfc* prMMit MEALS » AND 50 CENTS. Opel all Hum, Day aid Hiikt. ~~J 1 S. J. LOWE. MOpstoß ii'lFin liltnii Garden Hose, Lawn Mowers, Sprinklers, The Latest Improved Gardening Tools. STOVES - AIiTD - TINWARE Plumbing and Pipe Fitting, Pocket and Table Cutlery, Lamps and Chimneys, Wire Nails, Etc. Oliver Plows, Best on Earth Dccring and McCormick Mowers, and the Hollingsworth and Tiger Rakes. These machines have no superiors. ; : : ; THE - CELEBRATED - BAIN - WAGON Buggies, Carriages, Hacks, Sulkeys, and Carts of first class make and finish. None better. Corner Yakima Avenue and First Streets, North Yakima, Washington Lorn/beircL &c Horsley, Furniture, Carpet, Wall Paper, Picture Frames SYNDICATE HCtK'K. FwftTrMiMm UNGER, MULLIGAN & CO. BEAR THIS FACT IN MIND That the above firm holds out greater inducements in Bar gains than any other house East of the Cascades. WE - ST-A3ST3D - PAT I And challenge Competition for Honesty and Square Deal ing. We carry Everything ! No RsasonaMe Price Refosoi for Boot and Shoe Leather. UNGER, MU T LIGAN & CO. Firn’MiUUiiK prank a. *«ahW»w. Jtrr. d. mcdaniel StLardlO'W" I McDaniel, DEALER* IK Wines, Liquors. Imported & Domestic Cigars. PINE BILLIARD AND POOL TABLES. Southeast Corner Yakima Avenue A Front Street, One Door West of Steiner’* Hotel. Sole Apts for tie Celebrated Jesse Moore Keatacly Whiskies. WHITE BROS'. Spring Stock of Groods HAVE NOW ARRIVED. Before ordering elsewhere, we want yonto call and examine o«r excellent line offhcvlota. Worsted*. Panting*and Overcoating* «If you rau*t order from *amples, we have the largest range* from two wholesale house* In the Ka*t. Do Hot Boy ‘M-Be-Downs” anil fay Ordered Prices for Them! Bt honest dealings we have built up the largest trade Ea*t of the mountain*, and good Judgea of clothing apnrwlate »ur styles and work. clothes that do not lit we never ask our cus tomer* to lake, and wo are more willing to rectify mistake* than to make them. MB*.WHITE UliOS’. TAI LOlt SllQl'..' .'-V BUCKLEY LUMBER CO., (SUCCESSORS TO C. W. HENRY A CO.), DEALERS Hf ALL GRADES OF ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER, Sash, Doors, Lath, Shingles, Etc. i Lumber Exchanged for Hay. A. 11 LAHSON. lUHiinger. Summons by Publication- In the Superior Court of Yakima County, State of Washington. Fl*. 330. Action brought in the Maouie B. Knapp, Superior Court of Yak - Plaintiff, ma County, state of va. Washington, at North Vaklma.and complaint Lestek Knapp. filed in the office of the Defendant. Clerk of aald Court on the 24th day of Febru- J ary, IMU. The Slate of Washington to the above named Defendant. You arc hereby notified that Maggie K. Knapp, Plaintiff, haa filed a complaint against you in the Superior Court of Yakima County, State of Washington, at North Yakima, which will come on to lie heard sixty daya after the flrat publica tion of thia Summons, 10-wlt; Sixty days after the '-ttth day of February. IW2, and unless you appear and answer the same on or before the 27th day of April, IW2. the same will be takeu aa confessed and the prayer of aald complaiut granted. The object and prayer of said complaint ia to obtain an absolute divorce from the bonda of matrimony existing between the Plaintiff and the Defendant, and to obtain custody of the children of aald Plaintiff and Defendant. Witness my baud and the seal of said [seal) Superior Court, affixed this 24th day of February. A. D. 1892. DUDLEY KSHELMAN. County Clerk and Clerk of the Superior Court. 11. J. Snivelv. Plaintiff's Attoruea. 5-Kt Summons by Publication. In the Superior Court of Yakima County, Stale of Washington. Many R. Wiley, Plaintiff, ra. Km. t*3. John L. Wiley, Defendant. . The Stale of Washington to the above named Defendant. Yon are hereby notified that Mary R. Wiley, Plaintiff, haa filed a complaint against yon lu the Superior Court of Yakima County, State of Washington, at North Yakima, which will come on to be beard alxty days after the first publica tion of this Summons, to-wit: Sixty days after the 25th day of February, 1*92. and unless you appear aud anawer the same on or before the 27th day of April, MB, the same will be taken as confcsaed and the prayer of aald complaint granted. The object and praver of aald complaint Is to obtain an absolute divorce from the bouda of matrimony existing between the Plaintiff and licfeudant. Witness my hand and the sea) of said [SEAL.] Superior Court, affixed this 21th day of February, A. D. 1*92. DUDLEY EHKELMAN. County Clerk and Clerk of the Superior Court. 11. J. Snivelv, Attorney for Plaintiff. Ml Notice of Sale of School Lands at Flic Aiction. VTOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON i> Monday, the 2*th day of March, 1892, at the boar of 10 o’clock a. m., at the front door of the conrt bouae of Yakima county, Woah., the following described school lands of Yakima county, to-wlt: IR | .PART OF SECTION. gg. * >S. NW quarter . If. 9 24 tilt OU NK quarter If. 924 16 00 HW quarter |IA 924 15 00 HE quarter ;1« 9 24 10 00 SB quarter 924 25 00 NW quarter 9 H 25 00 NW quarter of 8W quarter . I.in 924 25 00 tat 1 ■ (» 924 12 00 tat 2 an 924 12 00 lets. |» 9 24 «0 00 NR quarter 16 Mao 25 00 NW quarter 16 1 *, 26 00 HE quarter 16 BSt 2ft 00 HW quarter 16 860 2ft 00 Lot I W IS IB 70 00 Lot 2 SB IS Is 70 00 tat S S6 IS IS 70 00 tat 4 sn is is 70 oo tat 41 SB IS is M 00 tat 42 S6 ISII* V. 00 tat 43 SB IS If 6o 00 tat 44 . .MISIS 65 U) tat 51 M IS IH 50 (10 tat 52 SB 18 .6 AO (JO tat AS SB IS IB 4A 00 tat 54 SB IS 16 45 00 HE quarter If. lo 2B 14 00 N* quarter 1610 28 15 00 taU 1 and 2 « s so 20 00 W hf BKqr, HE qr HE qr A lot S ~86 SBO 22.50 , HW quarter SB HSO 16 00 NW quarter ;Mi »SO 10 00 N half HE quarter 16,11 » .« 50 NK quarter 16111 20 80 00 NW quarter of NW quarter ~l6lio 27 20 00 E half of NK quarter .. 36 1.1 19 10 00 NW quarter of NK quarter .16,18 19 15 00 HW quarter of NE quarter i* ;ia 19 15 00 NK quarter of NW quarter 'Httiis 19 14 00 1 NW quarter of NW quarter 1.16 IS 19 15 00 RE quarter of NW quarter :«18 l» 15 00 8W quarter of NW quarter 36*18 19 15 00 NB quarter of HE quarter i3f.!lS IV 15 00 NW quarter of HE quarter. iSBIiSIP 15 on 1 HR quarter of ME quarter «IS 19 16 00 HW quarter of HE quarter :*> IS 19 15 00 NK quarter of HW quarter . SB 18 19 15 00 NW quarter of HW quarter . :tb IS 1» 14 00 HE quarter of HW quarter 3ft IS 19 15 00 HW quarter of HW quarter SB IS IV 15 (10 NK quarter of NB quarter M 11 20 17 00 NW quarter of NE quarter 86 II 2Di 17 00 NE quarter of N W quarter 3f. 11 2i 17 00 tat 1 |B6|ll|2o 17 00 will be offered for sole to the highest bidder. Terms are oa follows: One-tenth of the total purchase price parable at time of sale, deterred payment payable In Installments of one tenth annually with Interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum. Hold Bale Is made under and by virtue of an order of sale duly made by the ■tale school land commission. Witness our band and onlrlal seel of the com . fsiai-1 miss loners’ court of Yakima Coenty. I Wash., this tenth day of Pebruanr. A. D. 1892. JOHKPH HTKPHENHON. Chairman of the Board of County Commis sioners. Attest: MYRON H. BLUE. 4-5t Clerk of the Board. /■'IHEAP MONEY BO LOAN ON PA& LANDH HJsttsur" “ w - ~ n,nd --•