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The Yakima Herald.
VOL. IY. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. H. J. BNIVELY, Attorney at Law. orar ViklM National Bank, North Ima. Will practice in all tba court* of tho RUt* and U. H. land office*. t. a. Biaria. I a. I. mileoy. REA VIS * MILROY, Attorneys at Law. CVWIII practice In aU Court* of tho State. Special atteution liven to all U. 8. land office hnainee*. North f shims. Wash. BOW ABO WHITSON. PBBD PABEBB WHITSON A PARKER. Attorneys at Law. in Flrat National Bank Building. 8. O. MORFORD, Attorney at Law. Practice* In all Court* la the Bute. Kapeelal attention to Collection*. Office Bp *Ulra. Yak ima National Bank Building. T. M. VANCE, ATTORNEY - A.T . LjA.'W'. Office over Pint National Bank. Special at tention given to Land Office buainee*. 8. C. HENTON, JT7STZOBI Of tfete PBAOl), NOTARY PUBLIC. U. S. COMMISSIONER. Special attention given collection* and Notary work. Office over Yakima National Bank. B. M. SAVAUK. «. W. McCORMICK. SAVAGE A McCORMICK, Physicians and Surgeons Office ap ateln In the Rabelman Bsliding, Yak ima Ave. Or. Savage’s residence 1* at Wide Hollow where be can be found at any time dar ing tha night. Ur. McCormick's residence ie at hi* office where he can ha found at any time during tba night 4-M. G. J. HILL, Physician and Surgeon Special attention gtvsa to dtamaw of woman and children. Tatophons No. I. Offico ew Yakima Nat'l Bank; Boaldanc* on Third street, hot. B and C. O. M. GRAVES, DENTIST. All work In m; tin* flrit-elsas. Local ssaathat- Ics used to attract tooth wlthont pain. Mo charge for axaiainatUn. aiir-one* ever Pint National Baa*. CHEAP FAI LAIS Improved aid Unimproved. ALSO A FULL UMt OF (HI HI SDEOBIiI LOIS. ClmTmlUtilOitro —Especially Adapted le—- Fruit Growing and Gardening rot uu ox u*t nm H. Spinning & Co. OFFICE OVXB FIBST NAT’L BANK. FOB SALE. CJIXTT Orndo Holstetn-Fraataa now*. Deep O milker*. Kaasnnabl* price. Upon want a good cow now la your chanco. H. B. SCDDDtB^ gpOT NoticetoComierL | ■■ A fur lha Uth of iMombrr Roslyn Coal OAOLI win b« ddiTMd tor M Unun F»to^«r«CA«ii RmifliraoiiMofCu) ■or a cor* of Wood will bo $6.50 JOHNREED. TILIPBOKB n. MOTZOB OF Appraiieieit if SciMl Lati ESSSSRSSSSSiS And that the abatroeta of aatd aNtatmwlaN ■no on flic Id IbOoAoa of tbo Uonotjr Aotfltor rablect to Ilia of tha —MW Datad at VoruTVSuaia. «aa/iwl^n, MW. Ma ' Clark of Board Co- Coauitaatoaava- NORTH YAKIMA, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1892. THE LINES COMPLETE! A complete line, whether of rails 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 Boys' Clothing, Footwear, Hats, &c Every variety, tire and style of raiment is carried in stock and retailed at the lowest possi ble price. CARPENTER don’t give away a brass band with every suit, but he gives value received every time, and if you want a slick fit, fashionable cut and first-class materials come to CARPENTEH’B 810 DOUBLE STORE, YAKIMA AVENUE, NORTH YAKIMA, WASH. XiOrn.l3a.rcL £c Horsley, \ 6u Hho you| SYNDICATE BLOCK. BUCKLEY LUMBER CO., (SUCCESSORS TO C. W. HENRY A 00.). ALL GRADES OF ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER, Bash, Doors, Lath, Shingles, Etc. Lumber Exchanged for Hay. A. E. LARSON, Mansger. A Full Supply of Lime, Cement, Hair and Building Paper. BID. B. WHITE, FASHIONABLE TAILOR! Do yoowaat. Spring Suit? U a, M w your Urn. to Ordw, For my Stock Is raplau with sli UmIcUM Nonlliss In colors snd pettwu la Belting and Panting. Full Line Cheviots Just Received PBICM BBABOIIABLB. MtMfASfSSW SVIBAimBB. 80. W*. WHITE, Yffiklms, Avenue North T’ffi.klmffi., Crippen, Lawrence & Co., Farm and City Loans. IRRIGATION PUMPS. SYNDICATE BUILDIfcO, NORTH YAKIMA Simpson Bros. *" *" r f?^'°-V‘i"mi“ Ul * rrtu * Mt State nd Onamtal Trees. fium umron MluM THI IRONCLAD WABEHOUSE Have you good, to I tore that you dcaire to keep in safety? If to, call upon Chappell & Cox. Their new Warehouse, which ia aa nearly (Ire-proof as it can be made, is now ready for the storage of goods, at owner’s risk. Charges Reasonable. Bew crop ehtekew wheat, feed oats, •hap baHay, farsa aad sboela am be had at tht Sesth Takiwa Sol he win. MX. ■ lb* rwbiic Htaiib. Hkalth Dkpabtmpkt, I Tacoma, Wash., Dec. 18. 1801.) We add oar testimony to the endorse* ■neats by Professor Rising California state analyst; by profeaaor Wen sell, of the college of pharmacy of the university of California; by the San Francisco board of health, and other eminent authorities, as to the absolute piiritv and healthful character of the Royal baking powder. In our judgment the Royal is the strong* eat and heat baking ponder before the public. We confidently recommend it because of its parity and care of prep* arm l ion. H. P. Tittle, M D , Health Officer, F. L. Goddabd, M. D., City Physician, Gao. H. Randle, Mayor, Board of Health. A llnal Urn Mcglclme. Dr. Gunn's Improved Liver Pills are are a sure core for sick headache, bilious complaints, deyepepsia, indijestion, cost ivenees, torpid liver, etc. These pills In eure perfect dijeetion, correct the liver and stomach, regulate the boweles, purify and enrich the blood and make the skin clear. They also produce a good appitite and invigorate and strengthen the entire system by their tonic. They only require one pill for s dose and never gripe or sicken. Sold at Sscta. a box by Janeck’a Pharmacy. Taka Aailc*. That the Valiev House on Front street, near Tucker's livery stable, is now occu pied and prepared to satisfy the hungry and give the weary rest on new clean beds at very moderate rate*. The house will be managed by Mrs. J. W. Walters. A Bara Cara l*r Plica. Itching Piles are known by moisture like perspiration, canting intense itching when warm. This form as well as Blind. Bleeding or Protruding, yield at one* to Dr. Bosaoko's Pile Remidy, which acts on ports effected, absorbs tumors, si* lye itching and effects a permanent cure. 60cts. Druggists or mail. Circulars free. Dr. Booanko, SJy Arch Bt., Philadelphia, Pa. Sold by Jonecka Pharmacy Shard low and McDaniel now keep Pabot’s Milwaukee beer on draught. “It has no superior’’ it is the verdict of all who have tried it. 11-tf Camperi thould renumber that Lombard 4 Hartley have the celebrated gold medal camp furniture, including cote, chain and tablet. U. MoDEBMID BROS., Cabinet Makers And Taming. Sideboards. Desks. Bookcase*. Re frircraturs. Window and Doorwreeus made to ardor. All work dene neatly and promptly. Shop, ear. flrat and A -tt*. is Qtstaria fee Intents sad Child ran. OseisHa pew—tea BgssHew, and evaroomaa flatnlaocy, 6onstt|mtfoo, Sour Stomach, Diarrheas, mad fsvsrishassa Has the child is rsodsrsd hsalthy and Its alaep nntwml. Caatorla contains no Morphias or ottmr as rootle property. . M OMtsrtalsss writ adapted to children that tar ehflitran.aeilmra* a ksxslwanri rote*lag Lewd* Hass. Taa Oarriva Company, T7 Murray Street, M. T. The Celebrated French Sura, * r SSr“APHBODmME’ , 2Sa In Bold oir A 4T>»s. £&***§ POSITIVE J GUARANTEE Ok ' n tocureanr form [L» 0 m Zlf •IsciroudiitM r oraar OUorderof V >sl ANr 7 thn frocrauroor £S# .BEFORE _ ouotßtlauhmu, AFTER Tobooco or Opium, or t!.-ui:rh » oouj ful loJlirm. Uoo.orerl.iJulrrnnvi ? .tucbniXomof Brain fmwwT, WakatolDm, Erarlrwdorm Palnatn Um g>|^»^|^WraAn»F^. I.nrtnrln, N«nou^^o» loraoltv fj-I: r'* 1 1^Mmb^tSoSS "&SPL Jonre^lptofßrtor A WBIT*EX <'o/1 RAKTEBia |lm for •rarjr »AOO order v»-i, (> refund th« mnatrU n Nnuarai e—» l« not nflhrt *iT Wn him tbooraads cl tra»lmon..s’* fwno'4 (ftd ngra i THf APMRO MEDICINE CO. 01— Branch. &ut27.Posn.*n.O» H. ALUnr, Drntflat, North Tnkfmn. Mrs. Wm. H. Jeffers, liiurj, Notion, Draaatiii CaMI BaiMiag, Next (e IcnM Wfk*. Will opse on or before Ssptsabsr 1. M. NOTICE. P**Tin owls* ns are requested to eons I forward at ones aad make settlement, as I bs^TßSur ODD NEWS FROM LONDON. Quei Ylctorti Dngod « tit Floor ly i Toitlfll Earl. Tke Pavers af a Slay a I mistress— Tka Caan Slava* la Mm Pal. Acs Which Prlwca Alkart Dcslgas*. London. Aug. 26.— The queen and court have gone to Osborne, her majesty’s beautiful and picturesque marine resi dence on the Isle of Wight. It ie not by any means an easy task to move her ma jesty about from place to place. When her majesty goes on her travels, if it be only across the street, she has to be ac companied by her retinae, all of whom have a smaller retinae of their own. The moving of the court from Windsor to Os borne is worse than three fires and an earl hquake, ail happening at once. The queen loves to have all her pretty knick knacks around her, the comfortable easy chair in which the aits, her secretaire, sideboard, occasional table, cushions, hassocks, sad the hundred and one things that furnish an ideal empress’ parlor. The royal chambers are practically strip ped of everything except the carpet and pictures, and all thoea things have to be carted out of the rooms io the short time between her majesty's ureakfaat and the short time she takes to pot on her bonnet ready to atart. Upon one occasion the queen was all ready and hod entered her carriage, wlien it was observed that the mistress of the robes, the late Duchess of Suther land, was not in bar placa opposite the queen. The royal lady tapped her little foot impatiently on the flour of the car riage and lookad the annoyance that she too evidantly felt at baing kept waiting. A dooan people ran off in search of the absent one, who presently appeared, not walking, but positively running, while the perspiration streamed down bar hand some face. She leaped into the carriage with tha agility of a young fawn, scarcely daring to look other royal mistress’ face, and expecting a verbal explosion, such as will sometimes imua from tha royal lipa. The quean, however, kept her tem per, or rather recovered it, and with a smile of forgiveness remarked: “My desr duchess, I think your watch must be a very poor time keeper. Let me give you a bbtter one.’’ And so saying, her majesty took off her own “ticker” and gave it to the duchess, who could hardly restrain her tears at tkffi kindly reproof, and who, it is needless to add, was in variably op to time ever after. The story goes that she placed her resigna tion in tier majesty’s hands the next day; if she did so, it was not accepted, for she remained in her enviable position for rnsav years after the incident. It was at Osborne boose that the royal children' spent many of the happiest hoars of their lives. The prioress used to m»ke baiter in the Swiss dairy. All the youthful members of the royal family had their own little gardens, wherein they raised vegetables and flowers; and thera was also a carpenter simp for the use of tha bby princes. No wonder, then, that it bos always been a favorite resort of both tha princesses and princes, while the fact that the architect was Prince Albert has served to andear Os borne to the heart of the queen. The ex-Empreea Eugenie and her ma jesty. as is well known, are great friends No visitor is ever more welcome under the queen’s roof than Eugenie, and to no one does her majesty. Queen Victoria, speak upon most intimate matters than the widow of Napoleon HI. Just before leaving Windsor tba queen, la one of her cheerful moods—for her majesty is now as bright and happy a* she was noth the jubilee taciturn and re morse—was relating to tha ex-empress (M following amusing episode, which, by the way, boa never before appeared in prist: Talking on the elections, and especially referring to the attar collapse of Parnell ism, as shown by the defeat of those who still praises to espouse Iba views of the lead men, her majesty spoke of the out rages during tbs unhappy period when crime was rampant in Ireland, and among other things she mentioned the murder of Count Mount moms. After the murder the queen showed much solicitude (or the widowed counters end the little orphan boy. The counters wee offered the asvlum of Hampton Court Palace, and the tor was sent at the queen’s own expense to Sandroyd. When the youthful Bart wee ahum It or It voare of age a sudden command was received at Sandroyd to send Lord Mountmorree to Windhor, the queen par* timlarly desiring to tee the scion of her ill fated noble, and the wild Irish boy who was at the time of the preemptory summons Fathering blackberries and tearing hie clothes In lbs brambles and woods round shout Esher, was brought back and made to don his best school salt. Placed in thfVhsrne of ons of tbs masters hs was coodoctsd to the castle, and on the way was instructed at soma length on the manner in which he should comport hlmaslf is sntsring the quean’s The tutor had admonished him to kneel on one knee, and touching tits queen's hand with Ms Ups, and Has to his feat, giro a deep bow, and retire backward, aa has beau the custom from time Immemorial on a subject's presents lion to the sovereign of England. Up to the point of kneeling down all went well; the lad, wno had been somewhat awk ward in his movements, knelt rather clumsily, but he hsd not re hearted hie part, ami in his excitement be overbal anced himself at the very moment the queen, who was sitting, held out her hand for him to kits. He clutched at the band instinctively to save himself from foiling, and the queen not anticipating such a contre temps, was taken by surprise. In far leoa time than It takes to write this the boy’s gsneherie had resulted in dragging her majewty on the floor, and alt bough the astonished courtiers ran immediately to her assistance, there is no gainsaying the tact that the lineal daughter of the conqueror, the empress of India and ruler over 30.i,000,000 of people woe for several seconds placed in a most ludicrous, if not humiliating position. The queen ie reported to have said to the alarmed and penitent boy: “I sent for your lordship with a view of eelecting you as a court page, but you hava a good deal to learn yat,” and tha abashed lad retained in safe keeping to Sandroyd, in which school he remained some time, and bad all the rough edges knocked off him. (HIST, TO UTMK. Aa Exact Cwgy af ns Aaclsat Be* scrlptkww Fran Ike Pea off a Pagaa Writer* The following ie an exact ropy of a doc ument which ie skid to have been found among the ancient manuscripts sent by Publius Lentulus, president of Judea, to the Roman senate: “There lives at thia time in Judea a man of singular character, whose name is Jesus Christ. The barbarians esteem him as a prophet, but his followers adore him as the immediate offspring of God. He is endowed with such unparalleled virtues os to he able to call bock the dead from their graves and to heal every sort of disease with a word or touch. His person ie tail and elegantly shaped, his aspect amiable and reverend. #“His hair falls in those beautiful shades which no united colors can match, dropping in graceful curls below the ears, agreeably touching the shoulders and parting on the crown, like the heed dress of a sect called the Natari tee. “Hi-* forehead is smooth and his cheeks without a spot. His nose and mouth art formed with exquisite symmetry. Hie beard ia thick and suited to the hair of his head, reaching to a little below the chin, w here it parts in a fork. His eyas are bright, clear and serene. He rebukes with majesty and counsels with persua sive language; hia whole address,wheth er in words or deeds, being grave and strictly cboraderikth- of so exalted a be ing. No man has aver seen him laugh, hut ail Judea has frequently beheld him weep. "When he pleads his tears are eo per suasive that ths multitudes are unable to restrain theirs from mingling with his. He is very modest, temperate and wise. Whatever this phenomenon may bs in ths and, he now ssems to he a man el straoge beauty and divine perfection, in every way surpassing the children of men.” rive TMbmsS Mwansles A travoler who has just returned from South Amsrica states that on the battle field of Tarapace, in the desert, the dead are still lying Jnst as they fell in the bat tle between the Chileans and Peruviana. Thare ware about 4,000 of them, and nearly I.OJO horses are left unbnrisd, for ths Chilssos.who wars marching through a horrible region of drouth and death, had no time to dig eepnlchera. It rains on Tara para, and the *nn haa driad the corpses, and tha nitrate in the soil has preserved them, ami ops the plateau 6,1 M) mummies areio ghastly cob fusion, with their broken swords and bayonets all as' a Vasb looking as on the day of that memorable battle. There is no bird or beast or insect in that horrible desolation, and if nobody interferes with the relics they will remain the same for centuries. feeatMeaa Uasaat Ms Care*. Deafness cannot be cored by local ap plications, as they cannot reach the dle eaaed portions of the ear.. There is only one way to rare deafness, and that is by conatitatlooal remediea. Drain eat la canned by to inflamed condition of the mocooe linintia of the eoatachiaa canal. When title toba iteta Inflamed yon have a rumbling attend or imparled haarlatt, and whan it la entirely cloatd dealneaa to the retail, and anleoa the inflammation can ha taken ant and thto tube realnred to Ita normal condition, hearlnn will ha daetroyed forever; nine caaaa out of lan are canted by catarrh, which la nothing hot aa inflamed condition of the maoooa Wa will give owe hundred dollara for any cnee of doafataa (canard by catarrh) that cannot ha cured by Ball'a Catarrh Carr. Sand for circa tort, free. F. J. Ctixaav ft Co., Toledo, O. by draagtota—lflc. M 1m Nearly all wantea have good hair, though many aft gray, and few are bald. Ralt’a Bair Boom er reatoeco the natural color, aad thick ana the growth of the hair. NO. 32. TAHSA AMI) THE STATE. interesting Items tf Ins bn Tiilu ul Its Sibarta. ■lit at Mml|, full, raiclct, Ptr* mul% • m H«4fe>l>ml|t •« Paragniithi «ff Every ■mrluiw. Born, at North Yakima, Sunday. Aug. 28, to tho wife of Elmer E. Card, a aon. Mrs. John Lindsay, of Salt Lako, is viaiting bar father, Norman Woodhouse, of the Ahtanom. A. P. Sharpstein’s reaidence at Anacor tea waa destroyed by firs the other day, at a loss of |i,ooo. Get your bop tickets printed at Tn Hkiulo office, where a specialty is mads of this class of work. Mrs. John A. Stone, Mias Maude Stone and Mias May Triffett returned to Marlon, Wash., on Friday Tart. The Sons of Veterans will giro a social at the residence of John O’Neal, Nob Hill, on Friday evening. The boose of a mastodon were an* earthed at Watenrille last week while ex* cavating for waterworks. This Is labor day as well as bill book day. Look out for Tub Huald’s col lector. He la on the warpath. All those Indebted to me, either by note or book account, will please call at once and settle. HKf Hkmbt Dirraa. The Seventh Regiment band, of New York, passed through Yakima Sunday, bound for Tacoma to furnish music for the exposition. Elder Spoon, of Lake View, Or., to gether with his family of ten persons, are among the many strangers who have lately located here. Charles Brooks, the negro who mar* dsrsd bis wifs r will bs banned at Spo kane a week from this date unless some thin* unforssen occurs. Sheriff Simmons has received an Invitation to the execu tion. During the past week A. L. Fix has been busy securing ...en and forwarding them to Stampede pass to tear np the switchback, the lining of the tunnel hav ing dons away with the probability that the switchback track would aver again bs called into use. C. E Gilbert, of Wallace. Idaho,writes to Th« Hkkalo for iofonnatioo about Uiis section, saying that he has become greatly interested through newspaper comments. Mr. Gilbert says he is a mi ner, bat thinks he will go to farming, where they hare no strikes. The new time card of the Northern Pa cific went into effect Sunday, by which the orerland tram arriving from the east in the morning, and the overland night train from the west, were a ban* toned. Except for through passengers the change makes little difference, as a local train from Spokane to Portland succeeds overland. Street fakers have been so numerous of late as to become a poaiiire nuisance. It is singular that they continue to ht*eo well patronised when their nostrums al most invariably turn out to be worthless. The council would protect those who are so easily beguiled out of their money, and benefit our merchants, by putting up the license to |lO per day. The Western Washington In'lust rial exposition opena to-day, and prom ises to be a great success. Messrs. Granger, Benson, Feebler, Ross, Stout, Lash, Lawrence and a few others hats labored to make the Yakima exhibit a success, and there is little reason to doubt but what it will be the equal, if not the superior of any county agricultural ex hibit there. Washington's World's (air display will be on# of the main attrac tions, and while, necessarily, it will be incomplete, a very creditable showing will be made, and enable the people of this state an opportunity to Judge the na ture and extent of our display at Chicago. One of the leading attractions of the ex position will be the Seventh Regiment band, of New York, which is said to ha tha finest bend in the country. Soap lake It t meat perplexing little body of water In Douitlae county, near the Columbia river month of the (irtad conlet, and it aboal one mile in lemith and one-loonh aa wide. It derivee lit name from the aoapy appearance of the water, and la retarded aa quite a enrloa hy by every one who hat area It. It it aaid that itt water, when dlamrbed, will become a teething maaa of lather, tad will form a heavy indt by mare rubbing between the btnda. One at ita peculiar- Itiea la Ita pokaiaona qnaliliat. Storiea art told by thoroughly reliablt peraona of nonet havina died from the effect! of drinking Soap lake water, and of mon atrooa tone beiatt reload on other aalaetto where the water tombed them. It la aaid that Block which ra&wa la ita vicin ity .will net drink of ita watan, and pen arally trim it a wide berth. The water la aaid by acme to ha fall of talmil lilt <d niloatare aiae, and that Ihit It what ita parte tl.a polaonont propaetiaa. The tame peraona relate that whan (lltered the cater la a wbolaaome drink and (toe ■eater curative powvra.