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THE YMA HERALD.
TTUHKDAY HKPTKMiIER I. IBM Delinquents Must Settle. Thu the time of year when newspapers Heed money, a d subscribe/s should not forget that ihe times pa*» wore /apidly with ihe reader than they do with the +ub li-her who has to pay the bills. *' The Her ald” has fteen inclined to he lenient with thou who are in arrears, but now pies/i.g rreditoi $ force tit to mate a demand for te tiemenl. Those who a. e indeb ed lo this offi'-e, whether /.»/ subscript tout, Job work or adver ising, will please gice ‘his immedi ate a ten ion. THE HKHALI). HERALDINGS. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Steiner, of Cl lensburgb, were in the city Thursday. Mr*. H. H. Allen left for Seattle, Mon day, to speiitl several weeks with her daughter. Tub llbsalo office returns thanke to A. E. Kuus. of Yakima City, for a fine watermelon. D. E. Leah, A. B. Ross and W. H. Chap man are at Tacoma arranging the Yak ima exhibit. Mrs. D. E. Lesh and children have gone to Hot Springs lo spend the balance of the heated term. Mrs. Carter, of Seattle, daughter of F. T. Parker, is In the city visiting iier sis ter, Mr*. D. W. Stair. Wm. H. Harris and wife have aold to A. L. Fix and John A. Stone 80 acre* in Wide Hollow for $1,0)0. The fire -eo have decided jipon * aerie# of bi-weekly balls, the tint u( which will be given tne Utter pert of next week. Judge Carroll B. Graves, of Eliens burgh, was in the city • couple of day* thia week. attending to probate buaiue**. Samuel Vinson was honored by being •elected to represent Yakima county on the tlemooraiic elate central committee, by the lute convention. A aon of George Hinkle, of the upper Alitanuui, accidenUlly shot himaelf in the foot Wednesday. Dr. Ravage was called to dress the wound. Mis* Dora Lindsey laft for Cle-Elum, Monday, and she will spend tha coming month oetween mere and Ellauaburgh, vlsiliug irlends and relatives. \ City Treasurer Boggs, of Tacoma, was a Yakima visitor Wednesday. He is in terested in the rotary well boring com pany, and thinks Una a great country. Mrs. Wren, of Spokane, who has bean visiting her sister, Mrs. Ssmual Vinson, for the past two weeks, left for Portland, Wednesday, where liar mother resides. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Benson, accom panied by their guest, Mrs. E. L. Farns worth, of Wilour, hit for Tacoma, Mon day, to be present at tne opening of the exposition. It is reported thst the Dudley and the Lead better irrigating companies have ar rived at an amicable understanding re garding the territory to be irrigated by each in eastern Yakima. Col. I. N. Muncy, the Inventor oI the expression * Keep your eye on Pasco,” is •aid to have made half a inilliou dollar* In the pail nine mouths by au invent* mem of |ldd la prospect hole* near Os born, Idaho. Col. L. S. Howlett brought toTua Hea ali» uffi e, Tuesday, some of the choicest peaches aeen thto season. Tha colonel's orchard to a wonder, and some of bia products will grace the Yakima display at the Tacoma exposition. Wenatchee (Jiaphie: Johnny Mackl •on, of North Yakima, brother of Jimmy and Mike, of thto place, baa been in town this week, returning home to-iiay accom- panied by Mike. The boye have hop farms in the Yakima valley which com mand their pretence and attention. W. J. Dyer, who waa formerly a real dent of North Yakima, waa down from Ellenshurgh on Monday, taking a look over the country. He said that there had been a wonderful change in a few years, and that tha country ha-1 advanced too fsrslougf.tr tha city to ever fear n backset. Puyallup Commerce: F. C. Sharkey, the efficient secretary of the Puget Soin-I Dressed Beef and Packing company, to one of the busieat men in the state. He vibrates between hi* main office in Ta coma and Seattle, Whatcom and all tha cities on the Sonnd, and has hto hands full attending to tho various interests in hto charge. On Tuesday the Uniformed Rank of Knights of Pythias turned oat under com mend of Captain Vinaon, in mounted pa rade, and made a very creditable appear ance. Theie were nineteen member* in tlie procession, and tlielr knightly bear inn end handnome uniform* attracted ranch favorable comment. In the even inn a very enjoyable boll waa given at the opera-b<nine, and while the aum naked for the Grand Lodge entertainment fund wan not lar.e, the o<-ca»ion nmat lie pro nounced a oncpeea on acconnt of the pleasure received by all present. Fifteen ears lo idol with material for Washington’# Wori I’a fair bull ling at Cld> a o passed throngh Yakima Monday evening, and attracted a large number of visitor* to the d-pot. Tuare were loan teen care of glam timber* without a km* or hleud*h In them, and one carload of dreaaed sandstone. All had been <lona ted to the alate. aa waa evidenced hv the big muslin hannera on each car, the don or* being the Teol no Stonequarry com pany, of Tenino; I, flMTaykar, of Scet tlo; K. G Baalish, of Mt. Vernon; C. J. Knyea. of Beifsat; Dan Glllea, el Bine; Ales Poison. George Devi* end W. D. Meek, of Hoqnlam; the Parker Lumber com pen y. of Belfast, end the Tacoma Mill company, of Tacoma. THE STANDARD BEARERS. Brill Biographical Sktlekn •( Ik Steti Demoentlc loalms. A IpIM«M ama Vlbilbi Ticket, •■A o«t Thai Man Ckallenge CMiMerallM aat iptct Iraa all. ro« ooviuioK. Hon. H. J. Snivel jr, the next governor of the eUte of Washington. passed hie bojhnoH end young manhood in hie na tive county in Wret Virginia, coming te Washington in the fall of 1536. Hr fixed upon Yakima county en hie prrme uent abiding piece, end he* woo honor* end distinction in thie county. He i* beloved by hi* people end enjoy* their unlimited confidence end eeteem. He wee educated et the University of West Virginia, now Morgantown, and et the University of West Virginia, et Cher* lottsville, V*.. having taken the degree of master of arts et the University of West Virgin!*, end the degree of bach elor of laws et the University of Vir ginia. He was district stturney fif Yak imn county for two term* of two year* each, and a member of the last Wash ington Territory code uumniiaaion. He nee the democratic candidate for attor ney general at the first state election, and is a member of the state legislature. Aa a delegate to the national convention he received the highest number of votes of any delegate at the Vancouver conven tion, and at the request of Mesara. Whit ney and Dickinson, who had chants of Cleveland’s campaign, he seconded Mr. Cleveland’s nomination for Washington at the Chicago con vent ion. •OB CONOBKM. Hon. Thom** Carroll la too well known to require introduction to the people in this, hie own home. Hi* career, ao fraught with greatness, ha* been the pride of hi* people who are anxiooe to add to hi* fame the greater lustre of great deed* done in the ball* of the Uni ted State* congress. Hon. Janie* A. Monday waa born in Hancock county, near Hawesville, Ken tucky. He was educated in the common •chool* of the country district*, earned a higher education by hard work ip the academy at Greenville and the Qeorif*- town college. In 1862, a boy of 18, be entered the confederate army and aerved through the war. After hi* return lie waa elected clerk of the circuit court of his native county and began the practice of law. In 1870 he removed to Owen*- boro, Ky., where for fun* year* be sewed u master in chancery of the Davies* county circuit court. He eatabUahcd the Owensboro Messenger, and was editor from 1878 to 1881. He atvad hi* people for four years in tha capacity of atata senator, and was nominated by the dem ocrats of his district for superior judge. He waa defeated for this office, though the majority against him waa several hundred leas than that against any other democrat on the ticket, the whole of which waa beaten. In 1885 as special agent of the general land office he re moved to Vancouver, Wash., where at the clone of his term in 1880 he returned the practice of his profession. Ha la an eloquent speaker, an honaat man and a good democrat. • • • ro* aacasTAßT or stats. The man who to to giv« James H. Price the hardest fight of hto life lor the office of Mcretary of aut«, John Me Hea vy, to ono of the slordy pioneers of Waah* i nut on whose poah and energy and do termination haa nado tha great auto what it to to-dav. lie to M yaara of ana. and for Si year* ha haa worked onremlt tinglv in the territory nod state of Wash ington for honor and glory of tiia Mata. A native of Maine, he inherited the ran ged nature of tier people, and at 2S year* of age ha embarked for Washington ter ritory to make hto home in this grant em pire, and he made for himself a name and fame that is enviable indeed. He haa resided in Mason rontinoonaly since *B4tt, and, haa held succeed rely every public office within the gift of the peo ple of that county excepting those of aud itor and sheriff. He was a member of the conetitutieoal convention; waa flve times atocted to the territorial legislators and waa a member of tha first state legis lature ; was one of the regents of the state university, and to now a member of th# land and bnilding commission of the state university. He was married in Washington territory to Miss Fannie D. (huts. Three children are tha frnita of this union, two girto and a boy who hto fathor proudly states will be of aft in time to cast hto vote for Cleveland. roe Twuetmsn. Harrieon Clothier, county treeeurer of Skagit county, lee men In whom hie people have unbounded confidence. He la a native of Bara fog*. N. Y.. and apenl the early yeere of hi* life on a (arm. He ia a merchant of Skagit county, end waa the founder of the town of Mt. Vernon. He haa been auditor of Whatcom county end probate judge and county commie siuoer of Skagit county. •• • % run aoniTon. Samuel Baaa, of Whatcom county, ia another repreaentative cl the sturdy pi oneer. In 1868 be emigrated to this meet from hi* home in Si-bay Ikill county Penn. He haa been engaged in mining and lumbering ell hla life on the coeat; In 1857 be built the fret aaab end door factory In Marion county, Oregon, la 1886 he removed to Whatcom; wee ap pointed deputy collector of the Facet eound customs district by Mr. Cleveland and was elected as the only democratic representative to tbe loot legislature from Whatcom county roe Arrows cv eanub Mr. E. W. Stair lee newspaper raga and a lawyer. He la • resident of Water side. Dongles county. wto»ln enjoys- a lucrative practice. H# has resided there sine* IMS, and aa a candidate for tho state legislature la that county raa away abaad ol bla ticket, aa rrldaoca of hia imoirnaa popularity. Ha ia aa Obloon by birth and ia 47 yran of age. 11a was prominant in atata affair* both in lowa and Texas. In Iha latter atata ha fonndad tba Fort Worth (Jaattu. roß%uraaiirrKKOßKT muc wsraueno*. John H. Montan. of Ellanaonrch. ia a aativa of North Carolina, and la an edu cator of acknowledged ability. Ha grsd natad from Forman oniversltv of fcwh Carolina with high honors. In IH7» he removed to Washington territory and was elected county superintendent of Walla Wall*county. He afterwards be came principal ol tho schools at Wsits bnrg, serving in that rapacity four rears, and later became principal of the Kllens burgh schools. Mr. Morgan was the lost territorial superintendent of public in struction under Governor Eugene Sem ple, and is now county superintendent of public instruction bo received next to the largest rote of any candidate on the ticket. • e * von uimsin oovnxoa. Dr. H. C. Wllliaon was born at Lafoy stte. la Tippecanoe county, Indiana, In 1844. He received n common school education, and hia medical education waa obtained at the university of the city of New York. He served as a private dar ing the war of the rebellion in the Union army. He be ran tba practice of hia pro fession at Delphi, !ud . in 1871. and re moved to Tacoma in I|7S. He practiced hia profession in that city during which tin* he had medical charge of the terri torial penitentiary and insane asylum. It waa daring this period that he was in strumental in procuring the eetaldish ment of the Weilacoom hospital for the insane and the abolition of tha contract system of caring for the insane. He re moved to Port Townsend in 1875, where he has ever since resided. He was presi dent of the territorial medical society and waa lest year president of tha state asso ciation. H* is also * member of the national medical association. Ha was a member of the canstitutinusl conven tion and health officer of the Paget Sound collection district, and is at pres ant health officer of Port Townsend. • # • VOB SUPBXMB JUDGES. Judge Eugene K. Hanna, who waa the nominates for supreme Judge, is a native of Clackamoe county, Oregon. He ia SS yeara of age. He was admitted to the practice of law in 1870 sad was elect ed prosecuting attorney of Walla Walla and Franklin counties in 1832 and again in 1884 He won later appointed probate judge, In which capacity ho acted for one year. From Walla Walla he removed to Whitman county, where be enjoys a moat lucrative practice as aa attorney. He enjoys the unbounded confidence and esteem of the people of hie county. Judge W. H. Brinker, who is the asso ciate of Judge Hanna on the Democratic ticket lor the supreme court, was Presi dent Cleveland's Aral appointee to office in any of the territories, being appointed Justice of the supreme court of New Mex ico. He served till 1898, when he went beck to Miaeonri, his native slate, but later came to this state, settling at Ho qoiam, where be remained for a abort time, bat later removing to Sooth Bend, where he now residue. Ha is 41 yean of age, an able Juriat, a man of sterling worth and integrity. He obtained a common school education and by work ing as a section hand and as a laborer in the round house obtained means with %hicb to take a coarse in the university of Missouri. In 1876 he wee elected the prosecuting attorney of Johnson county, being re-elected till IRt, when be de clined renomination. Freeborn£. Lewis, M. D ,1* s member of the town council of Port Angeles, with whose material Interests and develop ment he is closely Identified as well as those of Clallam county. H# was born at Norwalk. Ohio, io 1848 In 1882 hie parents moved to Voooar, Mich., and Dr. Lewis get his earlier education os be was permitted, between intervals of work on a farm. He graduated at the high school at 18. to 1874 ha was graduated from the Detroit medical college. His educa tion was self-earned throughout by work ing in logging camps, leaching school, and, In fact, anything at which ha could earn mousy. He practiced medicine in ▼aeaor. and removed from there to Oma ha in 1868, remaining there eight years. White there he practiced his profession snd held a position as Joint freight agent for the Burlington 4 Missouri rail say. H# woe active in city politics, snd was the candidate lor the city aoditership, running away abend of hie ticket. • # • row arm raortas. Mr. B. H. Borden wee not (remnt nt the Olympia coo vent ion and his nomina tion cam# as the spontaneous tribute to n worthy democrat. He te a Job printer, a member of the local union of the Inter national union at Spokane. He te a suc cessful business man and a good printer. macrons. Hon. Loots K. Cbunb, not nines lor prroldsatlal elector, «u bora la Brook* lya, N. Y., si»H rorrtrrd his ararismir In stroctloa la Clsverltk. N. Y. From Bronkljra ba waoiwt to Blckavllla, Qiwna uoanty, and »Mt into tha prac- Uca of law at that pises. Ha was a awn bar <jf (br stste legislators lor four yaara. Ha waa an ardent supporter of Mr. Clara- Und la tbs Rooms vslt reform movement, whsrHn Mr. rievaisnd's Isms was ac quired. la 188S Prsstdent Cteralsnd ap poinlad Mr. Charcb to s Jodaosbip la Da kota territory, and afterward soveraor. la Uk> ba rsmovad to Washington and la now a rasiJsat of Evaratt, where ba prac- Kero law. I*. H. Flatter, pus! Isnllsl slsstor, I* a astir, oi rtsaldias maatr, Okie, sad Is Highest or ah in Leavening Power.—• Latest U. S. Gov't Report ABSOLUTELY PURE S years of age. He received a collegiate nlucation. Hr nine to WsHhinjton in IM7 ami waa elected •■ounty attorney of Whitman county. Two yeara aim he ran fur lieutenant governor on the Democratic atata ticket against Laiuhlon. Ha ia now a resident of Spokane. J. W. Stearns, presidential elector, re aides at Tekoa, Whitman county. H* is president of the bank of Tekoa. Ha waa born In Ark anas a in 1&»0. and waa for a long time a resident of Columbia county. Hs is a democrat of sterling worth and manhood. F. D. Arnold, presidential elector, is a native of Oswego county. New York. At present he is one of the most promi oeot men of ChehslU county, president of the first nations I hank of Huqnism, i • I ia interested in several improvement companies. He has a pioneer all hia life, leaving hia home in New York state at ih* age of foortaen for the Wisconsin frontier. Again in lowa h* helped to carve oat the future of that great state and an enjoyed the conddem-e of hia neigh bora that lie lias heen msny times honored with public office in the present mayor of Uoquism. Tha nominal inn of H. J. Snively for governor has been remarkably well re ceived, not only in Yakima. l*il through out the slate. At home where he is well known and honored, his nomiuHiion ap peared to be a matter for congratulation not only among democrats hut republi cans, and many of the latter expressed their intention of casting their vote for him, and Snively badges were to he seen decorating tlie coats of nninhersof the opposite political faith. Menilieraof all parties thought some recognition should he made for the honor shown Yakima through her favored son, and Saturday night a non partisan rcve|>- tion was tendered him at the opera-house. The house was well tilled and Mr. Hni vely’s entrance into the hall ass the signal for vigorous applause. Brief speeches were made by Cspt. Klng-dmry. K. W. Klarr, of Douglas county, and T. M. Vance. Mr. Hnively responded to repeated calls and asid he sppreci ited the non-partiean character of the gathering. He had not been a candidate for the nomination, but had gone to tlie convention for the pur pose of securing the nomination for • life long friend. When circumstances arose which precluded tlie success of that fnend. ha, Hnively, had heen pressed to accept the nomination and had consent ad, and not tlie least reason for his ac ceptance had lieen his desire to show ap preciation of the recognition heatowed on Yakima county, his home. His remarks were loudly applauded, and the meeting adjourned to give the audience an oppor tunity to personally offer (bclr congratu lations. The opening of the Hotel d’Schanno at Yakima City, on Saturday last, was a great success. There were many in at tendance from this city, and there would have been still more but for tlie counter attraction of the Hnively reception. The new hotel is very nicely furnished, and it promises to lie s popular resort for clti sens of North Yakima to stop at in their drives, and enjoy the shade of tlie splen did trees that dot the lawn amt partake of the viands, both liquid and otherwise. Mr. and Mrs. Ott, who have taken pos session af the house, sre evidently the right persons in the right place, for they wiil see that nothing stands In the way ot the enjoyment of their guests. Their hospitality was evidenced at the opening, when everyly ate until they could eat no more and vowed that the caterer was unexcelled. Mr and Mrs. Ott propose giving anothtr dance in a short time. Fred B. Reed is on the Sound, looking after the arrangements for the incorpora tion ot tlie Pn«*er Falls Land company, which he has been instrumental in form ing. Tlie company has been mpitnlixed at $1 aJ,o>i, and has sev..*«d slioat 1,4(10 acres of land In snd atmut Crasser. Ihe officers are: president, Hon. Frank Aliyu. Tacoma: vice president, John Collins, Seattle; secretary snd treasurer, H. H. Ureeley. Tacoma; directors, Cyrus Walk sr. Port Ludlow; C. J. Smith. John Col lins and M. V. B. Stacy, Seattle; H. H. Qresley, A. K. Htecock snd Charles E. Hate, Tacoma: Captain Bridgeiiian, U. H. X, and Fred R. Reed, North Yakima. Died, at Ellensburgh. August 81. Rob ert Ward, son of Ward and Margaret R. Emigh. a.ad II months. The Ideal Baking Powder la Dr. Price’s Cream Baking Powder. VM more than fifty jun Cream of Tartar and Bi carbonate of Soda bare been need for leavening parpoaaa with rafficiaot floor added to preaanro the strength of the powder noimpairod, and thia with the addition of white, of egg. comprise, thia pure and wholesome leavening agent, that has been tha itandard for 40 yearn. In ita naa pen, wholesome and daliciona food ia always aaanrsd. Makes cake and biecnit that retain their moisture, and white they are flaky and extremely light they an fins grained, act coarse and foil of holes as mads with ammonia baking powders, latter dries np quickly. Alum powder* leave a Ut tar taste ia the bread or cska. Or. Pries’* Cream Baking Powder one* naad, always naad. The Episcopal Monday school will re open on Sunday nest at 10 o’clock a. m.. ami it ia reqnaated that there be a full attendance. Readers should not overtook the adver tisement of the Hotel d’Schanno. Mr. ami Mrs. Otl will make a feature of their Sunday dinner*. A school election for district No. 7 will be hold at the city hall on Saturday for the selection of a clerk, and two director* for the two and three year terms. J. P. Manzey A Co. la a new Arm re cently located here for the purpose of conducting a plumbing business. They hare secured quarters on First street, three doors from the Barthoiet honat. The following order of services will he otwerred in the Presbyterian church, be ginning with neat Sunday: Sunday school, 10:30 a. m.; preaching. 11:90 a. m. and 7d(lp.m.;praysrmssting,Thurs day evening at 7di p. m. J. H. Bradford, jr., returned from Ta coma Tuesday. He aaya that the people there are revelling in Yakima fruit, and that tl* Bartlett pears from Yakima which he fonnd ia the Tacoma markets were the finest ha ever tasted. Mayor Daniel Drumheller and J. M. Burkley. of Ppnkane, two of (hr leading llarlits of the demo-rain: firmament ar rived here Saturday night and apent the following day viewing the country and talking over tho political situation with friends and compatriot*. As will he seen hy the Hotel Yakima hill of fare, published in this Isane o| The Hutu), the oysW and mince pie season has been inaugurate I. The Yak-’ ima is thoroughly up with the times and tl»eir Sunday dinners are recognised as exceptionally pleasant fealurea. R. W. Starr, of Douglas county,ac-*om panied the Yakima delegation home from the democratic state convention, and passed a couple of daya here renew ing old acquaintances and making many new ones. Mr. Starr la the democratic nominee for attorney general, and he may he assured that he sill find his Yak ima friends and supporters very numer ous, for uni only have we no canaeto love Mr. Jones, the present incumbent and republican nominaa for the office, but Mr. Starr has repeatedly given us reason to hold him in high esteem for his efforts to advance tho interests of North Yakima, Yakima county and her dt (sens. C. R. Rockwood returned from Denver. Od., Tuesday, and it ia with mingled congratulation and regret that Tub Has au> snnoom-ea that lie has bsen appoint ed chief engineer of tho Arianoo 4 Honors Land and Irrigation company, snd will leave the latter part of next week for hie new headquarters at Yarns. Tux Has ald congratulates him on the recognition of his skill and ability and the appoint meet to such a responsible and Iterative office, a bite regretting that it will neces sitate the severence by distance of clo e lies of friendship which the people n Yakima have formed for Mr. Rockwood ami his family. The promoters of tlie Arisons 4 Sonora Land 4 Irrigation com pany era capitalists of Denver, end the irrigation scheme is the largest ever pro jected in this country. Two niillfoo acres ot land ere to he reclaimed, ot which the compony owns a million ami s half. Mr. C. E. Perry will accompany Mr. Rockwood to his new field of labor, and he. ton, will be greatly missed by a large circle of friends. Billlardists, give attention; the Idlltero table at Shard low 4 McDaniel’s has heei completely overhauled end is now ax good as when it came from the factor* for it not only has bran nawly rov erad bat a splendid set of genuine ivory bails hare beta purchased. A game of billiards snd a glass of PsbsT Milwanksa beer te a pleasant way to spend an evening and these era induce ments which Masers Shsrdlow 4 McDan iel have to offkr. n-tf •gening •* Octonal Postponed. Owing to the great demand for hop pickers, the •bool buard haa decided to postpone the opening uf the city school* till September 19. By order uf the beard. Sept. 1. Hno. H. Watt. Popt. 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 Investin'! Co., N. P. Lands, Selah Valley Lands. SNELLING & MAHER, Hardware Dealers, SUCCESSORS TO UVEBLEY * SON. The Lowest Prices. Come - and - See - TJs. A Big Sensation 1 la* THIS SWELL IS CUTTISO A BIT 0F A hash, bah jove. Walen & Irnsland A—.-.*.-....*. with (heir ~s- '•-' New Teams and New Buggies ’•% And fresh Raddle Horan. Horan boarded by the der, week or Mouth at iras-liable rates. v,- PolUe altrutloß aud satisfaction given. Un Thea i Call Vku Toi Hut i Rig . Wr * The old Matioon stand, west aide oI First .T i street, nrner ol Walant. ' ' U WALK* A IMBLAND. H. -Au. eRIFFIN, DEAL** IM TNS ft'BBMT AWD FUMUET OF tM POSTED AMD DuMKSTIC GROCERIES! HAIL ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. ¥ akin 4 »»«., niTn narru. i tuai. th.km,ie u. job printin-q I.ETTER HEADS, DII.L HEADS. STATEMENTS, FOSTERS, BOOK WORK, AND ALL KINDS OF PLAIN AND COLOR PRINTING DONE AT The Herald. Job Room. We bare la Neck tbe Late* Design In mu mum inmTHB. wmaQ in mam statmckt. nsnas cun ■win 1 hiw jnit n>id« i trip to Now York, and hove pnivhoaod a fine lino of ohoo and hair bruaheo, dusters, both lOlrit h •nd turkey, of the finest quality and at 'he loweat prices; alao a large lot of sta tionary and typewriters’ aopplieo of tho very I wot, and at bed rock prn-00. Re member. you do not pay lor thia trip, bat i ot them at Now York Prices. * tw W. H. Chapman. Moot Yakima ladies reallao tho great twoeflt of irrigation, i»nt everylwdv liker to know It. rW proof uae Victor Flour, which is mmr madeof immo grown, irri tated w neat, and cannot bo beat in color and Hno flavor. Every bread maker aiMHild irv a sack of victor and have' lutiof of it* excel lorn-e. Irrigation la the Ueoaing of Yakimn valley. *Btl. 0#» jroor I top ti>k*u priatsi at T«* Mould office, where a specialty is mads of this Cass of «<rk. |S i v~ M * y ‘ , Ksawtf's KvvsTMSaMdsaBfSSSSMMiSBSBS IStlM^lw^MSa^ i ■HhbwdMky IPs ms sf Mat liwlfl ■wssVMla ItetNMwdaMaiaalH l-ta— a*. Tfces. j. Foon. sfsoka—ram. wHUs tows tb* Osawls Osßsgs. torn, MM: IMsbartt fan, was s«M by oaay ibysMaos was task naay sosalaS pauM wtieUw. Sal «l ae seed aMU I task Passat BSwi fre **** i^-w* mTSsS&f&t tS^‘2£aS£C€- , « !rt KOCMICMCO.Oa.OIiIo^M. sywSß^iiSSm*^* Take T«a Hpau and kssp posted. aiimiihht. I beg to announce to the pnblie that I ha*w porrhaaod tho largest and heat 00- lerted atock c»f dry gnnda and notions over brought to tbla city, which will arrive In about two weoka. I am still carrying North Star Woolen Mill blankets, made in Minneapolis, Minn., every pair warranted ail wool. I am also agent for the Standard fash* patterns, which are warranted to be the heat and moat at cumte made. The line of Hrea-. goods, ladies’, gentle men’s and children's underwear will anr paaa anything ever shown our custom ers before. I am also agent for Schilling's corsets. They are the beet mode. Every pair is warranted to give satisfaction or money refunded. Do not forget that 1 am the-s*. only man who carries Coon Dla< k boas for ladies, gentlemen and children. Thanking the nubile for tlieir kindness in tbs past, and asking for a continuance of their favors. 1 remain % Tour humble servant, tl tf Hekby Dima. laid trm Inti kj Oiim. Titer# has no donbt been more Uvea of ■hihlren saved from death in croup or vhooping cough by Hi# uae of onions ban aay other known retneily. Our ••others used to make ponliicon of them, w a ayrnp, which wasalwaya effortaal ha breaking op a rough or cold. Dr. Onna’a Onion Syrup ia ma<te by combining a law mtuedina with It whim n skew it mors af fective aa a medicine awl destroys tho taste and odor of the onion, fife. Sold by Janeck’s Pharmacy. Will the gentle mas who has onr sew w»d volume of HHl'a Annotated Statutes and Codes of Waahi. gton return aama awl oblige. Whitson A Passu. WAITED! A I»l Kiri. Apply « tin Y.htm. Inknr (IK