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THE YAKIMA HEMP.
rm’KSIMY. AUGUST 3ft l» Delinquents Must Settle. This is the time of year when newspapers need money, o».d subscribers should not forget that the timet patt more 'rapidly with the reader than they do with the pub lisher who hat to pay the billt. “ The Her ald” hat been inclined to be lenient with those who are in arrears, but now pressing creditors force us to make a demand for settlement. Those who are indebted to this office, whether Jar subscriptions, job work or advertising, will please give this immedi ate a'ten ion. THE HERALD. HERALDINOS. John Mackison left Monday (or a trip to Wenatchee. Mrs. H. C. Humphrey is homo from a visit to her sister at Seattle. Work on the new $2,600 echoolbouee at Kiona was inaugurated last waek. Mrs. Alex McAffee to here from Cali fornia on a visit to her father, H. M. Benton. Miss Annie Curran left Monday morn ing id this week to visit friends at Pen dleton, Or. Henry Ditter returned from Hot Springs Saturday evening, where he has been en joying a short vacation. Harry Voorhes is reported as very sick at the Sisters’ hospital. Friends are do ing all in their power (or him. Col. H. D. Cock, Dr. Coe end Nelson Short left Tuesday for an onting of a couple of weeks in the mountains. N. S. Bagwell returned on Friday last from Hot Springs, where he has been spending the larger portion of the sum mer. Miss Ina Phillips, who has been at tending the teachers' inatitme in thin city, returned to her home at Prosser Monday. The sisters have moved into tbeir new hospital building, where they will be more comfortably situated and batter able to continue and extend their good work. A Arc balloon was sent up from this city Monday night, and many who were not acquainted with the facts thought that one of the astral bodies had ex ploded. Miraculous as It may apper Fred Brick nell; who fell a distance of seventy feet from one of the bridges located near the tunnel, is steadily recovering and fears of his death have departed. Mr*. M. A. Freeman, of Norfolk, Va.. arrived here Monday for a visit with her danger. Mrs. J. B. Reavis. Mrs. Free man is 78 yeara of age. and retains her faculties and her health to a wonderful degree. There will be a special meeting of the Yakima Hop Growers association at the opera-house Saturday afternoon. Busi ness of much importance is to be trans acted, and It is especially requested that every member be present. Mr. and Mrs. Arch Libby arrived here last week from their home in the Bend, and will remain until after the Imp season, as Mr. Libby is interested in this industry, being the owner of a bop yard of eight scree on the Alitannm. The Northern Pacific dining car officials have made contracts with Yakima orvh ardista to supply that service with table fruit during this aeaaon. One of the con ditions of the contract is that they ■hall appear on the menu aa the pro ducts of Yakima. Peter Belles is getting rather tired of having his friends give him the ha-ha! over the failure of Sleepy Tom to beef W. H. Kershaw's new equine acquisition, Richland, and is willing to have another tnrf contest for dollars or marbles. Now is the time for Mr. Kerehsw to show his ssnd and the speed of his horse. Peter Herke, after n very successful season at Soda Springs, where he won renown, not only as a sutler, a caterer and an official of the provisional govern ment, has returned to North Yakima and will hereafter he fpnnd at bis old num ber, where Mr. Gammon has not only re tained the old friends of the firm hot added many new ones. Judge C. H. Hanford, of Seattle, and James H. Price, of Tacoma, the republi can nominee for secretary of slate, paid Yakima a visit on Monday. While Mr. Price was interviewing the politicians, Judge Hanford put in his time to better advantage by visiting the orchard of D. K. Leah, over which be expressed not only pleasure but amazement. "Is that California fruit?” asked a stranger as he pointed to n box of hand some pear he* and handed some silver to the store clerk. . "No, air,” was the ans wer; "they were gaown in Yakima.” "Indeed!” he exclaimed; "I’m ■ Cali fornian. and have seldom seen their equal there, but never before outside of the state. I guess there most be some ground for the good words I hear spoken of Yak ima everywhere I go, and certainly the te»n looks aa lively end flourishing os the beet of them.” The democrats of Kittitas county, on Saturday of last we* k, nominated the fol lowing excellent ticket: A. A. Meade, the present incumbent, for sheriff; aud itor, Elmer Salady; prosecuting attorney, E. E. Wager, of B*«lyn; treasurer, John F. Travers; clerk, Alonro L. Saurs, of Boalyn; assessor. Perry Clemens; school saperintendent, F. O. Seaton; commit aioners—first district. George J. Miller; second district, Peter MeCsllnm; third district, Adam Stevens; surveyor, An drew Plodine; coroner, Dr. Hoxie, of Wenatchee; representatives, 8. T. Peck wood, of El lens burgh, and George W. Cline, of Wenatchee. William I LsFoiietie, superintendent of the World’a (air agricultural exhibit for this BUM, is arranging for a com plete model (arm I* mioature (or Hie Washington exhibit. He ttiil have a farmhouse, bams, fences and fields of growing grain. There will be fields of summer follow, with tiny gang plows and furrows. Threshers, binders and all other farm maclftnery will be shown in rolnatnre as (bey appear when in nee in the west. Mr. LAFolletM will also erect a large cold storage safe with glass sides and neatly arranged shelving. The fruits of Washington will be shown in this dar ing their season, and collectors through out tlie state will renew the supply by sending fresh fruit daily by express. First, tbs safe will be filled with luscious strawberries, and from that on during the succeeding seasons, as the fruit ri pens, the cold storage frnit display will be kept replenished with all the varieties of ripening fruit from May 1 to October ft), 1893, or during tbe entire time that the exposition is open. Louis Lachmund, of Pnyallnp, and A. E. Pool, of Eoumclaw, two wslfknown hop buyers, have been in tbe city for sev eral days during tbe past week looking over the situation. They both maintain that the state will produce as many bales as last year, although Mr. Poole had made a wager early in tbe season that the output would not be over 3>,000 balsa. Mr. Pooto claims that the Yakima bops do not contain an much lupine as those grown on tho Sound, and that the qual ity is not as good. Mr. Lachmuod, how ever, combats this, and as he bos been a frequent visitor here and bandied Yak ima hops he is probably better qualified to pass upon this question. Both main tain that according to the market 20 cento is the top price that can now be paid, and scoff at the statement that a bona fide offer of 3J cents baa been made. They say that growers here and on the Bound have got their ideas entirely too high. John A. Brook*, who was the prohi bition candidate lor vice president in the contest of 1888, delivered an address at the opera-house Monday even in*. Mr. Brook* was heralded a* a silver-tongued orator, but be did not come up to the ax* pectations of moat of his audience, and some of hia remark* were broader than thoaa generally made by the orator* of the leading and more “corrupt” parties. In fact, as one young man remarked. “I would have been aorry to hava had my beat girl there.” Dr. W. H. Hare returned from Olym pia, Portland and the coaat on Tuesday. The doctor’a political skill was evidenced on the state ticket, and he cornea back thoroughly enthused over the attractions of Clatsop, North Beach and Ilwaco. He tells a good story oI an English dude who spent a coupW of weeks at the for mer place, and whan asked by a friend if he had been in sea bathing, answered he had not. “The blawatad tub always being occupied, yon know.” There will he a grand opening «t the Hotel De Schanno, at Yakima City, Sat day, August 27. over which much pleas ure is anticipated and which promises to b* a great auocass. The program embra ces a picnic on the hotel campus in the afternoon, a dinner from 5 to 7 o’clock, a dance in the evening with a supper at midnight. Everyone will find Mr. and Mrs. Ott very hospitable boats, and anx ious to do everything within reason for the entertainment of tbeir friends. Mrs. Ward Emigh, daughter of G. H. Moulton, who came down from Ellens burgh to remain daring Mr. Emigh'i absence as a representative of the rail road benevolent association at St. Pant, returned home last Monday—sooner than ahe intended to—in consequence of the sudden illness of her babe. Mrs. Emigb observed many attractive changes in North Yakima, and protested that her love for her fonnrr home never grows cold. J. M. Howe, of the Proeaer irrigation ditch, was brought to (bln city Monday buffering from a broken shoulder blade and other injuries, which he sustained through falling from a trestle, on which he was employed as carpenter. He was taken to the Sisters’ hospital for medical attention and naming. Knights of Pyth ias learning that he was a member of that order, are showing him every broth erly attention and kindness. Ezra Meeker, the Puyallup hop king, recently purchased 640 scree in the Han nyeide country, where no doubt he will toon begin the growing of hope oq an ex tended scale. Every indication points to Yakiroa’a becoming the center of thie in dustry for the Pacific coast within the next two yearn. Eighteen hundred and ninety-three will eee at least 3.600 acres of Yakima land in heps. Services will be hold In tha Baptist church next Sonday, where ell will be welcomed to the exercises. The subject for discourse at II e. m. is "The Protec tion Which ia Real Security.’’ Th* die cuaaion for th* evening will boon the subject, "One’s Thoughts or* Manifested in Life Service.” Samuel Storrow brought In a hand some sample of hie hope, Monday, which ho aaya will go 900 lbs. to the acre. Tha man who has charge of the place, how ever, places the yield 100 ponnda higher. This to a big showing for e crop planted this spring. Daniel Gaby, who to well known ia this and Kittitas county, baa been nom isated no the people’s party ticket for prosecuting attorney of Olympia and also for Thurston county. Gaby was at one time the democratic nominee for the leg islature from this district John Bartholet end family, Henry Schott and wife and Phil Fitterar and wile left Tuesday morning far the reser ve t ion soda springs. Mies Williams, who has Wen visiting her brother, W. B. Williams, for some time pest, left for her home at Portland, Tuesday. Wallace Atherton and family returned Vom Bods Spring* Sunday. J. H. Lowell, of fellah, was in town Wednesday. Will Crook is spending a few days at Hot Springs. Walter N. Granger returned Wednes day from the east. Born, Tuesday, Aog. S, to tbs wife of T. R. Fisher, a son. Rev. Robert Warner left Monday to attend the Methodiat conference at Walla Walla. P. J. Herke laft Wednesday for The Dallee, to make final proof on hie claim near that city. Boy your hop tickets at Tax Hsoalo office. TmbHxbalo makes a specialty of this class of work. • Harry H. Sharp, an attorney and jus tice of Tacoma, spent a con pie of days in Yakima daring tbe pest week. The Sons of Veterans will give s social at the residence of John O'Neal, Nob Hill, on Friday evening of next week. Mr. end Mrs. Chapnwn left Monday for the mountains. They will be joined on tbe trip by Dr. Chapman, of Columboe. Ben Snipes, jr, boo of the beef baron, banker end general good fellow, to in tbe city winning hie way among the yonng ladles. Tbe families of D. K. Leah, Albert Bay lor and Chris Scow returned Wednesday from Stampede tunnel, where they have been rusticating daring the heated term. Tbs ladies of Wide Hollow will give a social at tbs Bounds grove on Tuesday evening of next week, for the berefit of the Christian church. AU are cordially invited. * Th* Yakima delegation at Olympia consisted ol J. B. Beavis, H. J. Bnively, J. M. Baxter, O. A. Fecbter, Dr. B. M. Savage, M. O. Wills. J. T. Eahelman sod Samuel Vinson. John A. Stone has made a visit to the hop field of A. B. Weed, and is greatly “enthused” over what he saw. He says It is th* finest yearling yard he ever put his eyas on, and believes that it will yield 1,200 pounds to the acre. F. Bisson and John Holden, of South Prairia, war* guests of the Hotel Yakima over Sunday. Their observations of this fruitful section in stifled a desire in their breasts to taka advantage of the opportu nities offered hare, and we will probably see more of them in the future. The engagement of Thomas C. Grif fith, of Spokane, to Misa Ada Mordaunt is announced by th* Spokane Review. Mr. GriAtts was the nominee in 1888 lor delegate to congress, and it was only last week that hia former marriage was va cated by divorce, on petition of bis wife. Said a well known hop factor to a Hxa ald reporter: “Boyera may try to run down Yakima hope, hut the fact is they compare favorably with thoae grown in any part of the world, and war* they cured and packed with the same car* and degree of skill they would rank with the finest Bohemians.” There is danger of a tracedy in these parts. A carpenter named Woodruff baa been altocether toe gallant to the wife of a Mr. Mclntyre and the latter baa given the wood worker netil the close of this day to get out of the country under pain of facing the shot gun. Woodruff Is greatly perturbed in mind and hardly knows which way to tom to escape tbs wrath of the wronged husband. C. H. Schmidt, representing the large dairy firm of G. O. Wlckaoo A Co., of San Francisco and Portland, is here with a view to establishing an immense cream ery at North Yakima. It will require the milk of 1,000 cows to successfully oper ate thU plant, and Mr. Schmidt in now canvassing among tbs farmers to secure the required amount of milk. This en terprise should be given earnest support, as it is the purpose of the company to pot in machinery at a cost of SIO,OOO for the manufacture of hatter nod cheese. No bonus is asked; all they want is ma terial to work with, which (he farmers should be able to furnish. Thare ia little doubt hut that offer* of 26 cents have been made for Yakima hops, although dealers deny it. The summary of the situation is this: The German hop crop la a boot the earns as last yaar, but tha stork of olds has been exhausted. The English bop is below the average both in the point of quality and quantity. New York will net over a two-thirda crop, bnt tha quality will he excel lent, the ravages of ver min being very light this year. The Cal ifornia’s crop will drop off n quarter, and reports from the Snnnd Motrinfe show n decreased crop and poorer quality. The Yakima bops are of good quality, but the yield to the acre will fall off a trifle,which will be overcome and the balances left largely in oar favor by aa increased acre age and woudarfol yields of young yards. Tht Northern Pacific and the city offic ial* am to-day haring a tnonkay and parrot time owv the sewerag* qusation. Saperintendent Prowall some days ago submitted a proposition granting the right-of-way for the sewer under the rail road track, on condition that the same should be taken up on a sis months' no tification from the railroad company, or at the expiration of ten year*. Of course the dtv officials refused to alga this which could mean nothing but a sword suspended over the corporation bead, and on the advice of City Attorney Boyle started forward with the work. The city could hare condemned the right-of-way, but the time necessary for legal proceed ings would have delayed the work, so under the attorney's advice work was ordsrrd pushed forward. This morning Division Superintendent Prowall and At torney Cary came down and with the aa eietenre of railroad employes assaulted the laborers by turning the eteem from the engine on to them and attempting to fill np the trench. Three of the ratysoad men were arrested and failed. hft were afterwards aliovfd their freedom, and this afternoon Mayor Weed and Superin tendent Pro well ere having n conference. Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov’t Report ABSOLUTELY PURE HckMl RMN. The next term of the city school* will open in ail deportment* except the high school, Tuesday, September H. The high school will begin Us sessions on Wednesday, September 7. Each pu pil who was promoted to the high school last year will come provided with an al gebra, physical geography, civil govern ment and composition, that studies may begin at once. The superintendent will be in the high school room at the Colombia building on Wednesday and Thursday, August3l and September 1, to examine all who may wish to enter this department, and to as sign soy others to their proper grade sod room. The bound*he* of the two school* have not been changed since last year, and all pupils of the high school and eighth grades will attknd the Columbia school, la all grades below the eighth, p-ipils on the west side of the railroad track, to ast her with those of the third sod fourth grades east of the railroad track and re siding north of C street, will be received at the Colombia school; all others will be received at the Central school. All children who will he six years of age by the last of December will be re ceived in the primary rooms. It is very desirous that all primary pupils enter at tbs beginning of the term, as only one new class will be formed daring the (all term. It will be necessary for ail pupils who were promoted |o enter the respective grades to thly were advanced at tbs opening of the school, or very soon thereafter; other*iae they will only be admitted at the discretion of the superin tendent. Non-resident pupils will present the re ceipt of the clerk for three months’ tu ition in advance, or come prepared to pay the same to the superintendent be fore they can be admitted to classes. A meeting of the teacliers will be held at the Columbia school at 2 p. m.. Mon day, September 8. Oxo. H. Watt, Bupt. Will the gentleman who has our sec ond volume of Hill's Annotated Statutes and Codes of Washington return same and oblige. Whitson A Pabkbb. WANTED! A good girl. Apply at th* Yakima bakery. 31 If Ths Pythian anniversary oc<-ura on the 30th of the month, and the Yakima lodges have determined upon a grand ball on that date. This city haa been fa vored by being named as tbe meeting place of the grand lodge in May next, and as a large concourse of people will be here—probably doable tbe number of oar present population—great effort must be made for their accommodation and entertainment, and funds will be required for this purpose. Instead of applying di rectly to the individual the Pythians have proposed this ball, hoping that the pleasures of the evening will more than compensate for tbe outlay, and that at the same time a good cause will be ad vanced. Let every public-spirited rltixea and eve*y one desiring an evening of en joyment endeavor to be present. The horse attached to the Klectric Light A Water Co.’s wagon ran away Thursday morning but was not speedy enjßgb to do much damage. Died, on Wednesday, Aug. 24, Benja min J. Leavitt, aged 0« years. The fun eral was conducted by Meade Post, Q. A. R., on Thursday. GOOD LUCK. Dr. Price'. Cream Baking Powder ia often called tbe Good-Lock Baking; Powder. . Owing' to the fact that good lack alwaye attend, the me .of Dr. Price'., it i. not essential to nan it the moment it ia mixed nor is it required to have the oven always just .-o. aa in tho case with ammonia nr alum powders. It ia not luck after all. but the exact accuracy and cam exercised in the preparation and combination of all tbe ingredient! of Dr. Price'. Cream Baking Powder. Competent chemist* arc employed to teat the strength and parity of each ingredient Nothing is trusted to chance Hence; it in always uniform in its work. House wives never fail to have -good lack" in mak ing moat delicious bread, hiaeftit pastry and enktn that remain moist and sweet Only Baking Powder that con tains the whits of eggs. Dr. Price’s Cream Baking Powder is re ported by all authorities as free from Ammonia, Alujn, or any other adulterant In fact the purity of this ideal pf.wder has tpvqc 1 >ct> turned- ASvtrtlNi Ideates Mat. Letters uncalled for at tbs postoAos at North Yakima for tha week ending Aug ust 37, l«tt: Bentd, Frank Brooks. Hanry Barra)l, W Gardner.Miaakemie Henderson. Mrs N Ivsraao, John Jaeger, KJ Lesson, John-3 Malan, K M Orton, Jake Smith. R H Thomas, Geo C Schofield, J H Vangaabeck, George Van Dorn, Oeo M Wright. Jamas Persona calling for any of the above letters please give the date on which ad vertised. Robkxt Dcxm. P. M. AIMRXKOT. I bag to announce to tbs public that I hav* purchased the largest and bast se lected stock of dry goods and notions avar brought to this city, which will arrivs in about two weeks. I am still carrying North Star Woolen Mill blanket*, made in Minneapolis, Minn., every pair warranted all wool. I am also agent lor the Standard fash ion patterns, which are warranted to be the beat and most accurate made. The Hne of drca< goods, ladies', gentle men’s and children's underwear will sur pass anything ever shown our custom ers before. I am also agent for Schilling's corsets. They are the beet made. Every pair Is warranted to give satisfaction or money refunded. Do not forget that 1 am the only man who carries Coon Black hose for ladles, gentlemen sod children. Thanking the public fer their kindneas in the past, and asking for s continuance of their favors, 1 remain Your humble servant, SI If Hsmby Dhtml Sard frsti lath by Mm There has no doubt been more lives of children saved from death In croup or whooping cough by the os* of onions than any other known remedy. Our mothers used to make poultices of them, or a syrup, which was always effectual in breaking up n cough nr cold. Dr. Qunn'a Onion Syrup la mad* by combining a few remedies with it which n.akes it more ef fective as a medicine and destroys the taste and Oder of the onion. 60c. Sold by Janeck's Pharmacy. gamma illy. That slumbering volcano will soon be in active operations again. One thousand new people in less than 12 months. Mill, breweries, hotels, banks are all now getting ready to start np. For lots at appraised valuation lor next SO days, call at ones. J. H. Thomas, Trustee North Yakima, April 6.1802. 1 Itf Billianlista, give sttent.oo; tbs billiard Uhls at Shardlow A McDaniel’s has been completely overhauled sad is now as good as »ben it cam* from the factory, for It not only bus been newly cov ered but u splendid set of genuine ivory bulla have been purchased. A game of billiards and a glam of Pabst’ Milwaukee beer la a pleasant way to spend an evening and them are induce ments which Masers Shardlow A McDan iel have to offer. 11-tf UNITI, ITTOTHf Uniform Rank No. 9. Knights of Pyth ias of North Yakima: By order of Gen eral Carnihan yon are requested to meet at the lodge room In the Byndk*ate build ing. Tuesday, August 90,180*. at lo’rka k p. m., in fall uniform for parade. Every member most be present. Sam Vinson. Mr Knight Captain. See FOR SALE These Bargains House and Lot , S9OO House and 2 Lots , SBOO Fechter and Ross, Real Estate , Insurance and Loans Agents for Lombard Investm't Co., ' N. P. Lands, Selah Valley Lands. SNELLING & MAHER, Hardware Dealers, BUCCKBBOKH TO UVEBLEY A 80S. The Ijowett Price*. Come - and - See - TJs. “ A Big Sensation I this swell is cvttisq a bit jkJL 0F A DASII, BAU JOVK - T Walen & Imsland I f j Ar> • bl « «n»««»on with their aj New Teams and New Buggies Aad fr«4h Saddle Hortea. Horace boarded by Cln Tk« (Call Vies Toi Vint i Big a • The old Mettooa stand, west aide o i rim Z aUeet, eonirr of Walnnt. X W WALBM AIMSLAKB. EL -A_ Ca-EXFFinsr, deal** a the PCMCST axo nuum or imported axd domestic GROCERIES! HAIL ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. »■■■> mi., mrn ami rum. minmnii. wna. 1 have Just trade a trip to New York, I and have pop-based a floe line of shoe and hair brushes, dusters, both ostrich and tnrkey, of the finest quality and at the lowest prices; also a large lot of sta tionary and typewriters' supplies of the very heat, and at bed rock prices. Re member, you do not pay for thia trip, bol get them at New York Prices. S etw W. H. riant**. letke to hndiecn. Ail persons furnishing exhibits of any kind tor the Tacoma exposition and World's fair, are directed to deliver the same at the large storeroom in the Mason block, on the corner of Second and Chest nut streets. Mr. D. E. Ush has full charge of the rooms, and will cither be there in person or have some one there |i> receive all product* furnished. 27-tf A I. On and after March Ist, 1802,1 will do a general land office and real estate busi ness. Will also deal in relinquishment*. Office in U. 8. land office building, down stairs. J. H. Thomas, 6-tf Late Register U. 8. Land Office Most Yskims latltos rsnliss ths groat benefit of irrigation, bat everybody Tikes to know it. r'nr proof nos Victor floor, which is now made of home grown, irri gated • heat, and cannot be bent in color sod fine flavor. Every breed maker should fry a sack of Victor and have proof of its sxreileocs. Irrigation lo the Messing of Yakima nN. 28M. E^vcToKiObS M. tlSta DunlM. dm UAMAMft.lU.lka JS Wf. S|M dtftata null Arm restored Ms hal* and Bale new as ■firmam. rewwmswwi., CsnM Have Bared Rlaery. flan misawM, Oat, Jeoeary. m lone tiestilby eaesml ilygdMi Mem 1 ysare teeet meed erepOysy, bet the aiiaek be- Mr laaaige Berra IMH I feed dahgbead a> sty pmmiMweM Base saved moan nMsrysnd —MBladrnmd—dbedy. koxnm ssan OOL, «Mram as 1 Ordinance No. 186. I Ad ordinance concern la* street poll taxes. iJue» fltT *° r,U Ytkl,l “ do ** OTd «d“ aa *»hsbltsst of the city •***•»£ Yak . , ?f **»;»•»■ of twenty uae (*|. sod fifty r. ot yrare. exr?pt active and exempt rm-mbere oftl*e Bre depart.net and per sum who are a pnbtlc t-baure. shall be smeared . MS , The said street p>>ll lax may be paid la tanlnl mom; of the rutted •.infra, « r by work performed In lieu thercuf on the public sweets or highways of the ell . uti l such work •kail be rated at two dUUre per day of etsht bon re. The street comm Im i oner shall lasun to evb person working out I.ls street p. II tax a re elerk OM *° *'«* wKk (be city aac. 1 Foe the pnrpeae of collecuag street Ml taxea the street «-ommls»ioner la hereby authorised to demand payment of raid poll tax from every person liable therefor, and in the neglect or refusal of aitt-h i-ereon pi pay ttes -aara be most collect by relture and sale of aay personal Property owned by anch person. The sale may be made after on* day's notice of time place of anch reiaure and rale at pnbUc a action, and of su (Sclent amount of the proper ty to pay the taxes, pen-enraee and costa, dellr- SraSKSrs esaa* -* ssuTjeas aaoa shall forthwith be demxlied with the city fS?*5aS «•«« ofik* road aad bridge Sac. a. The cltr clerk a hall furnish the attest rr*,, ffi "I wWch "^Ptr'abal"have ttub* SSarSS* 8 jadl*tax to shall nSr? raid l®2*sk Mask poU tax receipt del leered to him. aSs/sa srrirbs"ss , 7!ss. , s i.n»d lo uTta btoa" * JS£* «»tltte4 “A» or ssrasßSw B ruK.’n.'r I ImSiI "*"" ** "** ”* ***** . «y ’ aOIMM In Ink. olkrt and bn JjJjo ha ud altar hi hm,i.od u O~d On coannll tbta UXb dn, nl Miw A. Akbrnrod—A .°«i£ KSf- Bids Sidewalk. mUI MnMar. IHtaaabdr A, Uo. 1..r fninublac By order of City Connell. u tw ————— p— ——T Notice of Election. detemlM whether the county shall I woe its o dork In the morn In* and will corn lane until six o'clock la the afternoon of the same Ska s^av rooaty Auditor mggSj WANTED, BIDS. jDBMw*