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The Yakima Herald.
VOL. IV. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. H. J. BNIVELY, Attorney at Law. BTtt Yiklat NMloail Bank, North Ima. Will prartlca in all tbs courts •( tha Bute and d. H. land offlcaa. i. b. as* via. I a. i. miloot. REAVIS ft MILROY, Attorneys at Law. £9* Will practice in all Coarta of the Bute. Special attention riven, to all U. 8. land oSice bnelneea. North Yanina. Wash. bowabd vbitson. man nasaa WHITSON * PARKER. Attorneys at Law. CW-OBce in First National Bank BnUdiar 8. 0. MORFORD, Attorney at Law. Practices in all Coarts in tbs Stats. Kspedal attention to Collections. Otßce ap stairs. Yak ima National Bank Building. T. M. VANCE. ATTORNEY - JL T - LAW. OSes over First National Bank. Special at tention given to Land Offiot basinet*. * B.C. HENTON, JUSTZOE Of ttx* J»m JL OS, NOTARY PUBLIC. U..S. COMMISSIONER. Special attention riven collections and Notary work. Office over Yakima National Bank. B. M. BAVAUB. W. W. IfcCORMICK. SAVAGE ft McCORMICK, Physicians and Surgeons ones np stairs In thwJUhslmaa Bnildlng, Yak ima Ava. Dr. Havags’s residence Is st Wide Hollow where bs can bo found at any time dnr Ing the night. Ur. McCormick’s residence is at his office where he can be found at any time during tba nigbt. 4-21. O. J. HILL. Physician and Surgeon Special attention given to dlaeaare ot woman and children. Telephone No. 6. o«eo over Yakima Nafl Bank: Restdenee on Third etreet, bat. B and C. O. M. GRAVES, DENTIST. Alt work in m« line Brat-claaa. Local aaeathet lea uaed to e*tract teeth wlthont pain. No charge (or examination. aJromoe ever riret National Baua. CHEAP Fll LANDS liprefl aid Hiinprei ALSO A FULL UN* OF CITY ASD SDSDBBiH LOTS. MUM, Unions —Kapectally Adapted to— ' Fruit Growing and Gardening FOR SAL* ON RASY TBRMB. H. Spinning & Co. OFFICK OVIR FIRST NATL BANK. FOB SALE. SIXTY Grade HolotalnFMetaa oowa. Dean milker*. Rcaeonable price. If yon want a good cow norj la your chance. B. B. SCODDRR. MU. Moxee. OPQJ Nitlce toConsmen ■ "■ ■'■■' Aftortho IMh of Uoceahot Roslyn Goal OAOU WIU bo AoliTOro* for *.M Unurl per too, SrorCAMt jit: srsvrsaw ■olnodod udlcm the oooot Sff^T.^asi.’Ss $6.50 * OE * EBBD ▼w lvv TiLsraomtit. NOTXOI OF Appraisement if School LaidL SSSaSSSUasSSSS And that thoobotraota ot wHinonj—wlnro DoSat y 0 yX jm* cinth o< 'NORTH YAKIMA, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, AUGUST 25, 1892. THE LINES COMPLETE! A complete line, whether of rmiU or clothing, is a subject for congratulation. J. J. CARPENTER has been laying himself out in hit endeav or to please his patrons and can boast of a complete line of Men's and Hoys' Clothing, Footwear, Hats, &c Every variety, size and style of raiment is carried in stock and retailed at the lowest possi ble price. CARPENTER don’t give away a*r*se band with every suit, but he gives value receive! every time, and if you want a slick fit, fashionable cut and first-class materials come to CABPBNTEK’S ' 810 DOUBLE STORE, YAKIMA AVENUE, NORTH YAKIMA. WASH. Lombard. As Horsley, Furniture, Carpet, Wail Paper, Picture Frames SYNDICATE BIXXJK. BUCKLEY LUMBER CO., (SUCCESSORS TO C. W. HENRY A CO.), ALL GRADES OF ROOgTanT DRESSED LUBE Sash, Doors, Lath, Shingles, Etc. Lumber Exchanged for Hay. A. El. LAItSON, Manager. A Pull Supply of Lime, Cement, Hair and Building' Paper. JBSJD. f. wTTTrr l^!, FASHIONABLE TAILOR! Do you want a Spring Sait? If so, now ia your time to Order. For my Stock ia replete with all tbelateat Noreltiee In colon and patterns la Salting and Panting. Full Line Cheviots Just Received PBICBS ■ BASONA BEK. SATISFACTION UCARAKTEEB. HJD. W*. WHTITD, Yakima Avenue XTorlti Yakima. Crippen, Lawrence & Co w Farm and City Loans. IRRIGATION PUMPS. BTNDIOATE BUILDING, <- NORTH YAKIMA Simpson Bros. A " ’iKSiJ'vSjStS** f *““ Fnit Skade ud Onaieital Tren. EiSTtFnrr ». fai M THE \mm WIHIMBB Have you (Oodi to a tore tint you desiie to keep in safety? If to, call upon Chappell & Cox. Their new Warehouse, which is aa nearly firt-proof as it can be made, is now ready for the storage of goods, at owner’s risk. Charges Reasonable. Star aop ehtekea wheat, tad oats, chop barley, bran aad aborts can be had at Ibe Heath Yakima Boiler mill. Mtf. ■aw*a TklsT We offer one hundred dollars reward for any rase of catarrh that cannot be cored by Haifa catarrh cure. F. J. Cubnby ft Co., Props.. Toledo, O. We, the andersigoed, have known F. J. Cheney for the last fifteen years, and belie vs him perfectly honorable in all boslneao transactions and financially able to carry ooft. nay obligations made by their firm. Wear ft Tbavx, Wholesale druggists, Toledo, O. Walmno, Kinnan A Mabvim, Wholesale droggiats, Toledo, O. Hall’s catarrh core ia taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mo coni surfaces of the System. Price 75c. per bottle. Bold by all druggists. Tes timonials free. 28-lm A Ureal Liver Bvttelav. Or. Unnn’e Improved Liver Pills are a>e a sore rare lor sick headache, bilious complaints, deyepapaia, indication, cost iveneas, torpid liver, etc. These pills in sure perfect di jest ion, correct the liver and stomach, regulate the bowelea, purify and enrich the blood and make the akin clear. They also produce a good appitite and invigorate and strengthen the entire system by their tonic. They only require one pill for a dose and never gripe or eicken. Sold fct C&eta. a box by Janeck’s Pharmacy. Tafcv Naiire. That the Valiev House bn Front street, near Tocker’a livery stable, is now occu pied and prepared to satisfy the hungry and give the weary rest on new clean beds at very moderate rates. The house will be managed by Mrs. J. W. Walters. A Bar* Cara far Plica. Itching Piles are known by moisture like perspiration, causing intense itching when warm. This form aa well as Blind. Bleeding or Protrading, yield at once to Dr. Boaanko’a Pile Reinidy, which acta on parts effected, absorbs tumors, al ly* itching and effects a permanent cure. AOcts. Druggists or mail. Circulars free. Dr. Bosanko, 32* Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa. Sold by Janacka Pharmacy Sbardlow and McDaniel now keep Pabet’a Milwaukee beer on draught. “It bos no superior” it is the verdict of all who have tried it. 11-tf Campert thould renumber ikat Lombard ft Hartley Kate the celebrated gold medal camp furniture, including cote, chain and table*. H. HcDERMID BROS., Cabinet Makers And TurnlDß. Sideboard!. Dtiki, Bookrewe, Re frlnrmtun. Window and Dooncreeet medetn order. All work done neatly end promptly, shop.ear. Pirel end AM. u ftshria Oaatarle ynwetae Bigaitiae, and overcomes rfatuUcy, TWlpiuW Sour ttmtJL ck^i^randsrad 1 deep wntoumL CneteeU eootains no Morphine or oUmt aerooUc property. “OeMflHa le ee well adapted to children that Al^MOTsdA^2NU D teek. SJSKtsts&sssea fer.eMMrea. aetlaa** a lanovwaad rale* Ms Tub anrraim Ooururv. TT Murray Street, N. T. Tba Celebrated Freocd Kura, *»S5 I “APHBODmNE” SSH Is Bold cs A poeiiiv* aT-2* 0 guarantee Bk g K in tocuroeaylnrm W M iJr tlßtrwudlMi! !■> if oreoyUiMnlcrot \ vl AaV the fpocratiteor /gaa« o( either «cx.> Be r ] .i” < 1,4 1 ' J11 r“?i flfffli ii. every *OO order r~v: r. d. to refund the money U S ninmiet r—e <i no elbei We biwa foweeadeot MmH:<'e fewao 4 eet reem ft ‘Tf-i —~ ii riiiiaimli iniea foUMtwoef Apbrod'.Hnn. i titular free. Addnm THC APHRO MF.DICINE CO. toe! lisnrti, BozZZ.rtmLAxa.On BoMby HJB. ALLIN, DresfM. Xortb Teklau, Mrs. Wm. H. Jeffers. kumt. wm. Draumt bM MU*. hit I* l«U MBn. >«i. m. NOTICE. IGPhPISIP TiKHA AHD THI STATE litenstlig Hut d Im km Ttklai (MU* smite BIU at Ce—lp. rads, Faartw, rev* aeeale. ■■£ e ■eftge»reffiea of Faragraffetelßverf • m ‘ BNerlftlea. Mrs. G. S. Courter returned from Mount Vernon, Skagit county, on Satur day last, accompanied by her nephew, Master Lippencott. To many anxious enquirers: The las* heard of Colonel Eddy be was making a practical study of the diets teal virtue of Medical lake water. Last week Mrs. Tuft, a resident of the Ahtanam valley, eold forty acred of land to a gentleman named Carlson, who will plant the Basse to hops this fall. J. A. McClellan, representative of the Seattle Poe*lntelligencer, spent Saturday. Sunday and Monday in the dty, looking after the interests of that paper. The big ditch projected for Kittitas county will cost $750,000 according to the estimates. It is claimed that SOOO,OOO of the bonds have already been floated. The artesian well atOakesdale baa been abandoned at a depth of 36J feet by reaa on of the drill being stnek in the rock. AU efforts to get it out have been unsuc cessful. Mrs. T. C. Griffitts was granted a di vorce from Thomas C. Grlfflite, of Spo kane, at the Kllensburgh term of court last week. H. J. Snively was plaintiff’s attorney. Died, at Soda Springs, Friday, August I9tb, John Myron, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. MacCrimmon. aged 7 months and 21 days. The funeral was held from the family residence Saturday. Spokana Ervins; Land is now being cleared in the Selah valley in Yakima county for the purpose of plantings large hop yard Six hundred and forty acre* are to be set out, sad this will bs one of the largest hop fields in the world. The Rock bland San it the bleat newspaper candidate for favor. It ia pobliahed on the Columbia river at a new town, the name of which ia embod in the paper'* caption, and ia a very cred itable production. Panroae A Adams are the publishers. To ssve bridging oo the Groat Northern at a band twelve mi lee np the WeoaU-hce a canal will be cot (or a distance of about t hive-fourths of a mile acroaa a bend. By this work one bridge will be saved and the road much improved. It to de signed to tarn the river into this new channel. The Yakima contingent who have been passing several pleasant weeks of sum mer at Fish lake, returned Saturday. Among them were Sam Chappell and family, Charles Mcßwen and family, Harr Gurmack and wife, Mrs. James Simmons. Mias Nellie Wells. Mice Lola Dunn and Miss Clara Hathaway. Recently a wagon load of dynamite destined for the Orest Northern railroad oo the upper Wenatchee, upset on the grade and the entire load tumbled into the river. At the same place, a lew days subsequently, a load of lUO kegs of black powder exploded, and Swan Johnson, who was driving, was blown eighty feet and received injuries from whtob he soon died. The sensational story of the murder of a traveler on Paeon croak, Kittitas coun ty, a lew days ago, and the subsequent lynching of the three murderers by an angry mob, to foand to be utterly with out foundation. Tba present situation in that country to each aa to warrant be lief In almost anything of n law-bresklns □store, n fact somebody bee evidently taken edvsntag* of. The nest meeting of the State Irriga tion association will bo held in this city in October next, when the following ques tions will be dtorueeed: I—The national government end Irrigation. 2 State tor tolatkw oo irrigation, t—Tba district ir rigation law. t Sources of walar sup ply for irrigation. fr-gMstbods of ap plying water for irrigation porpaaaa. 6—Effects of irrigation on soils and crops. Tacoma Ditpauk: It hH Joat brao learned, through Mwtera Wrabtogton portico, that Regent! Cooo.er, Hop. and Felk.no, of tba alala agricolloral college. atL.ii.ptad to lac tba contract lot labora tory rquipment to Kram A Bra lay, of Bpokaaa, for W.JOO, When tba collaaa cbomlat aaid that tba material coold be bad for 11,700. A college-ball contract .aa M to Taylor A Laodar, of Pull mao and Maaoow, lor Marty $14,000, when tba lonaat bid tna a trifle over 17,000. Then wm a alormy acana In tbn board OTOr tba mattar, Baaant Smith, of Ta coma, objecting to tba apparent fraada. At a moating in Seattle hat traak tba col lege ban contract wan toaefndnd an the alhgad accooot of lack of food*. Ordora wara alao gfTM tor competitira htda an tba laboratory etpripmeot, Kram A Bra. lay Ml harlna acknowledged their ao cepUsca af tba contract. It h ooder ■food that Kram A Braley hold that tba contract in binding. Tbn matter bn. bean konhad op olnoo Iko middlo of JaM. unumn *r run. IpUa-TalM CMM, Flag Bala and Bain Thbiiw Bbm Sa-Tbty CaaMUaU SB Braviy. Bt. Loots Globe-Democrat. “I think the ancients exercised vastly mors jodg meet io the matter of wearing apparel do the moderns,” sold Thomas B. Lindsay at the Southern. “Compare the drees of a Roman senator with the haber dashery of a member of the American hooae of mlllkmaireo. The former was graceful. comfortable, picturesque; the latter is the reverse of all these. We do not realise how iocooaroooa and inartis tic tba modem male boetome is becaoae we have become to it. A high ailk hat, spike-tailed coat and boggy iru users uooatltote oor ideal of laoltieas attire, yet it ia soffl>;iaat to give an artist aa*hcute attack of the mulligrubs. Scalp tore avoid it as they woold the plague; artists frequently resort to gross achro niama to get around a combination which makes a man resemble notklng created by the Almighty and destitute of a single line of beauty. We are continually lec turing the ladies on the subject of drees; yet they have preserved some of the beau ties and comfort* of ancient costumes, while we have sacrificed them all, and aa» aa proud of it aa an Indian squaw who has traded a buffalo robs for a sec ond hand pair of soldier peats. Even the extravagances of mala costume dnr- iug the Middle ages was Infinitely prefer able to the stupid garments of the pres ent. We will probably never return to the toga of the Romans or the gaudy colors of the crusaders, but the baggy trousers, the spike-tailed coat and the idiotic ’ping’ cannot last forever. Some genius will yet lead oa out of the wilder ness of absurdities into which we have fallen.” Un rmm h vim. Tkwclierjr Llscsla m« test *a Meaner Wstrti Oplat—e of Tkeee Ural Mta. The opinions of great men on marriage and matrimonial topics are always inter esting, if not invariably instructive. Thackery, who del—tad “waap-waisled women,” once told a young relative who w— much in love, to take bis betrothed to n physician before purchasing the wadding ring. ‘ What for? ” hia companion inquired, in considerable astonishm-at. “To a— whether that p waist is an inheritance or a consequence,” be replied. “Consequence 1 ” exclaimed the young man, “what do you mean? ” “Corsets,” said Thackery, laconically. “Mi- has the moat beautiful fig ora in England,” —id the infatuated lover. “She is deformed,'Thacker>' responded. “If it Is a natural deformity she may he a uiodarately healthy woman. Even hunch backs are not always delicate, you know. Mind, I say, moderately healthy. But il that girl’s figure is lbs result of const* you might batter go and bang your—ll rather than to risk the evils that will in evitably follow.” Abraham Liuooln once remarked that every man about to marry should stand over a doctor with a duke and mgb* hli*. tell tbs truth in reference■ to tl* chosen partner for life, if thereifae no other wa> of getting it out of him. >!•», that the parents who would allow n*NHe,*err> a mao without knowing, na oearfy ae coaid bn known, his physical as well as his moral condition, deserved to be scalped. “The whole marrying business is wrong," said Mr. Uooolu. "Fashionable girls have too oltea foolish mothers, who care for nothing but to anil their flesh aod blood to the highest bidder." UaSsa Theaters. Boxes coat from |6 26 to s2l. A teat in the parquet is worth and a ■rat ia the first balcony ia worth $1.76 Full diem ia de rigugur la boxes, parquet and Drat balcony; dressing rooms are provided for both men and women, nod bonnets la the places abort mentioned are act allowed to be worn. The dress ing room attendant, with whom you leave your wraps, expects a fen which varies from four cants to a quarter, and you pay about six cents for your pro gram. Woman in gowns of black aod white aprons and caps conduct you to your seat, while batwtM the acta locs and coffee are served, twenty-five cento being the price lor three delU ariee. A smoking room aod bar are attached to the theeler, and ft le the esoal thing lor men to leave the ladles to go down stain to revel la a wee nipple and an odorous cigarette. The Royal baking powder maintains its TtforoM hold on tba paMie, and la the most aggressive against (ha Inpnn and hnk(n(t potadaa painted on the people. In this task It la perform* tag a good work for honaat and onadnl #i - ■i ■ 11■! I m a - tannlifatl soav people are cuomnny uuuwsu wKb holla—no sooner doaa ono heal thaw another tnakea Its appaaranca. A thor ough coarse of Ayer’s sarsaparilla, the beat of blood porfflers, effectually pots an and to this annoyance, ffa recom mend atrial. NO. 31. HIR LOVE FOB SHAKES. Tti tailin’ iH MhHhil Un- Uti of u Ikim Vhuul RkllUiukn Bcr Bml rrtoMto WkM Rttth Cam krtMU •re MM M Ban BM ItMB firtof, Martha Ann Tillsor, the singular char acter who died at Salem, lod., recently, waa known aa the ‘‘Snake Woman.*' Many were the atorlea afloat aboot her daring her lifetime, aa ahe would aaaocl ate with no one. She lived In a little cabin at the foot of Twelve O’clock Knob, and led a hermit’a life, having no one to - ahare her abode except anakee. By the few who were ever allowed to aee the in terior of her cabin it la said to have liter ally awarmed with her strange compan ions, with which she ate and slept, and which were to be seen lying In her bosom and culled aboot her neck, body and limbs whenever she was caught sight of. Her extraordinary predilection for these unpleasant creatures Is supposed to have arisen from a morbid feeling that she was, like them, hated of men; for, nat urally deformed, she received in addition an injury to the spine while an infant, and, though perfectly sound of mind, waa of so sensitive a nature as to render her miserable and uneasy in the presence of any but her parents, as she imagined her self an object of loathing and hatred to them. This she seemed to feel while yet a little child, for her peculiar friendship began then. She >u ob—md to steal away every day with a pan of milk, and being fol lowed waa found to be canoeing a doeen or hideous rattlesnakes, while they drank from the res—l which she held In her lap. Horrified, her parents tried to reason with her, then to pnniab, and An* ally to confine her in an endeavor to break her of her fondness for the reptiles, but she pined (or her pets that they feared she would die if kept from them. She evinced even strong distaste for hu man society as she grew older, and since • heri—th of her parents has withdrawn entirely f-om any association of her kind, living wholly noon the products of a ■♦mall garden cultivated by hereelf and of * halt dozen small chickens, which the anak— seamed to know were not legiti mate prey, and they left them unmo lested. Sba w— a little, (air woman of shoot 45, with sandy hair, very abundant and long, which she wore in a number of tight plaits, which, combined with her •leformity and lias odd, miscellaneous style of dressing, the result of her refusal to hold any communication with a fellow being, —rved to make her a moat remark able looking object. She waa looked upon as a witch by the negroes about, who declared her to be possessed of the evil eye, and hated end feared her ac cord! ugly. though her life waa a moat harmless, quiet one. Bhe bad been dead some days when discovered, and her dead laxly waa liter ally covered with a writhing maaa of aoakea, which had to be killed before it could be removed, for the anakea turned viciously on all ap|iroscbing Hie remaina. On her heart waa found coiled a I a rye rattleaaake. dead. 'fhe inquest proved that the woman's was a natural death, and it la probable that the eaake died of grief for its mis* trees. She left no heirs, aod a few nights after her burial the boose was burned down, it Is supposed by some of Iter neighbors, as the greatest horror was fait tor the place, which waa still infested with soakss. Ml HTUI EAftTI. The MssHtr In Which Her Age la Cataniatsg fey «aalaglMe-fkh« Is Tery Venerable The amount of Ume salts in water which drains from districts made up of granites and basalts, is found by compar ison of diffenat analyses to he on an av erage of about 3.78 parts in |JO,UK) parts of water. It Is further assumed by those who take this mode of reckoning the age of the world tbit the excem areas of Ig neous rocks, taken on an average through oat all geological Ume, wiU bear to the exposures of sedimentary rocks of ooeto nine. From these and other more com* plicated data it boa been inferred that the sllmioatioo of calcareous matter now found in all tbs sedimentary strata must hare been going on through a period of dOO.UOO.tOJ years. This, therefore, repre sents the minimum age of (be wuridr Geologists also conclude that the forma tion of tbs Laorentiao, Cambrian aod Si lurian period occupied a period of about 20u,0u0,U00 yean; the red sandstone, the carboniferous and the pmdlille systems another 9MJUOJUH yean, the remaining AM^UO,OOO yean taken eiib the formation of other atr.Ua. Than «* an lad to kalian that gnloflcal timabaa baao .oormootlj la axntaa of the llmita nrgad by certain wall known phytidala, and that it ha. kata ampin to allow lor all Iba change, which, no the hypotbaaia of avolotloo, have occomd in lb« organic woeM. All thoaa Indebted to mo, either by note or book aocoaat, will platan nail at ooca and Mil.. lint Harar Dima. - '■