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THE YAKIMA BERALD.
• N9(CU KYEBI Tilt KKlttl. it. oo PER ANNUM. IN ADVANCE. Urettoisc lain Bpw Ap^liatisc. K. M. Rkrd. Editor and Iluaineea Manager. Official Paper of M Yatiia. —WBMHOCMATIG STATE TICKET. For Presidential 1 lectori F. D. ARNOLD of ChehulU L H. PLATTOR of Spokune J, W. STEARNS.. of WbItUMU L. K. CHURCH . of Snohomish FMCoagnw mass* ..ass Far Supreme Judges SAIiTAV . .... :" , 3i3£ Tor Governor H. I. BNIVILY ol Yakima For Uswteaaat Governor TL C. WILLISON of JetWroon ForSeersUry of State JOHN McRKAVY of Maioa For Auditor SAMUIL BASS of Whatcom ForTmasarsv HARRISON CLOTHIRR of Skagit For Attorney General R.W. STARR.. of Doaglaa For Snpt of PabUe Instruction I. B. MORGAN of Klttllaa For Commlsalouar of Pnblle Lands F. S. LEWIS.. of Clallam For Slats Prlatsr J. A. BORDEN of SpokailS ■■■•CRITIC USURTV TICKET. Fe» Superior Judge F. H. RUDKIN For RepreeenUtlve THOS. M. VANCE e&" Fer County Clerk JAMBS R. COB For Auditor. F. D. ESHRLMAN For Treasurer WILLIAM A. COX For SkerUT JAMES T. FOSTER For Assomor J. W. MORRieON For Sept of Sehooto IP GREENE For surveyor SAMUEL STORED W For Coroner Dm. WILLUM O. COB Va* (A. H. REYNOLDS For Justices 01 reace. }T. O. EEDFIKLD Tn next excursion of the people of Yakima to the west side of the moun tains will be on (he occasion of the loan guratioo of H. J. Bnively as governor of the state of Washington. Bckuuoh, the corporation lawyer, eid er and abetter of McOraw. wan here on Friday of last week, and after “winking bb other eye” departed Hb wink meant n good deal, and renewed vigor was instilled lata the “boys.” “It b somewhat singular,” remarked a thought fol and independent republican, “that none of tba railroad attorneys or corpora tion lawyers ever gst on tbs rostram for the democrats.” Will the voters ex plain thb in November? It b claimed that Yakima county will cant at tba coming election between fif teen end sixteen hundred votes. Two years ago the greatest number of votes eaat for the candidates for ear office wee 1,066 and of thb number North Yakima b credited with 864. At thb date over 800 voters are registered in this city and tl b believed tbst thb nomber will be m creased by fifty before the registration books ars closed. If the rate of increase throughout the county is proportionate, and it b the general belief that the coun try districts bare at least kept op with tbs city, thb estimate b not over stated. Warns s Uexalo subscriber from the coast district: “If tbe people east of the Mountains understand Allen’s opposition la the opening of tbe Colombia as well as wade here, they would snow biru under beyond resurrection. Tbe Northern and Union railroads do not wsnt tbe river opened, as it would lower freight rates, which they would have to meet. A cut of one dollar per too means a great deal to eastern Washington fanners. Allen, to get tbe support of tbe railroads for bis re-election, baa undoubtedly done every thing ia his power to discourage and de foal the river appropriation. • Tbe farm art should retaliate by voting (or the democratic candidates and their own io- Thia is from a republican. Accoxomo to the Republic Meeer*. Bocbford and Simmons Haim that the editor of Tax Hebald said that an item regarding the attempted rape of a daugh ter of Vade Lillie was published for po- Mtical purposes. If these two republican officers told this they knowingly stated what was false. The editor of The Heb ald directly and specifically informed Bocbford and Simmons that the item was published solely (or the news which it contained, and when Sheriff Simmons attempted to browbeat be was informed that tbs writer was conducting The Hex am* and would allow no dictation from outsiders. Whereupon our worthy sheriff, who appears to be conducting his office in a very personal manner, stated that be would make it a point to see that tbe •owe passing through hie office did not get into The Hbxalo’s columns. Third party people, while admitting the election of the democratic presidential ticket, claim that on state and county ilsoM tbs contest is between the popu lists sad tbs democrats. If their views regarding tbs republicans are correct, which The Herald is not satisfied are trot, democracy will without question make n clean sweep. The republican party ia n powerful organization and while its policy in nation, sad Hs coarse and candidates in state have alienated many of Hs past supporters it is atill a grant force sod the new party should not. ia Its recent boro scthuaiaam, under rate this political lector, la many of its prin ciple the people’s party is mors closely silled to tbs principles of democracy than to thorn of republicanism sod if the rapid rise of the party does not blind tbs judg ment of its followers to their bast inter sots many of its votes will be cast for tbs candidates of the party of tbs peopls tbo democratic party—ia the coming election. pj.nnsKXT tariff quer/m. In making c-ompurisnna of wittN in different countries why is free trade Ena* land always compared with tba United States and never with any protected country of Europe? la it not a fact that wages are higher and wwking people better off in free trade England than in any protected country in the world except the United States? This being so, how can it rea*- ouably be claimed that a high tariff keeps np wages? Doss not tiie (act that wages differ greatly in this country, between the dif ferent portions of which there is no tariff, prove that it ia something else besides the tariff that makes high or low wages ? Are not the working people of Eng land better off under free trade than un der high protection ? Has the condition of laborers in protected countries of Eu rope similarly improved? If protection causes higher wages and at tba same time lowers the coat to con sumers of manufactured goods, why are all tba big manufacturers and employers of much labor io favor of the high tariff? If free trade would lower wages would not all the Caraegiea in tba country fa vor it? Do the great ampkyara of labor as a rule divide their profits with their work men 7 Do they not rather convert it into Ist against the campaign trying? Have they not also imported ship loads of the very “ foreign pauper labor" against which they pretend they are protecting American labor? RETURNS FROM THE SOUTH. Watch the returns from the south.— People'r Party. Atlanta, Ga., Oct. 6.—Democratic ma jority 60,000. The third party completely snowed under. A vast number of the in telligent negroes cast democratic votes. Jacksonville, Fla.. Oct. 6.—Mitchell, tba democratic candidate (or governor, was elected by folly 27,000 majority. The legislators will be solidly democratic in both branches. Delegations of (ha republicans ami democrats journeyed to the Natcbces, Wednesday night, to voice their political views in that section. The democrats held forth at John A. Stone’s camp, and were listened to by an audience that was large and attentive to the arguments ad vanced. Messrs. Vance, Esbelmsn, Stone sod a number of the candidates for county office spoke with telling result. The address of Mr. Vance was particu larly e masterly one end be made many frieoda sod supporters by the ebb way in which he handled hb subject. It wee the wbh of Mr. Vance to have e joint de beta with the republican orators on thb occasion, but they wisely concluded to bold their meeting at the scboolbonse further np the valley, where they had an audience fewer in numbers but which is said to have “comfortably filled the scnool building.” Do the voters of Washington desire a men for the high office of governor who advised a legislator to accept a bribe from another republican for bb vote in the senatorial contest? Do they want a man to represent them as chief executive of the state who employed a bar tender and ran a free gin mill in the state capital for political ends? If so, their votes should be cast for John McOraw. The repub lican nominee for governor did these things, ami Tns Hkkai.d Iwlieves that the voters will not sanction inch s coarse with their ballots. The Cresent steel works, of Pittsburg, manufacturers of tbe finer grades of steel, have given notice of a reduction of 10 per cent in the wages of 800 employee after the 2>Jtli inst. Evidently more pro tection ia needed for the laborers—tbe manufacture's seem amply able to pro tect litem selves. Gem. James B. Puce, of confederate fame, died at Denvar, Col., on Monday, of cancer of the eye, aged (il. Extracts »r*a the Spnkana He view. McGraw baa visited Spokane and the Renew it now drilling lor this boos whom, but a short time ago, it designated as a “cunning politician” and asserted he waa a weak nomine# 1 on account of bis “Cbioaoe record.” Following are a cou ple of extracts taken from tbe Renew of a few weeks past: “Mr. John McGraw, the modest gen tleman who erstwhile was content to boss a couple of senators and a handful of amall fry. baa advanced himself as King county’s candidate for governor. Long association with tbe Seattle Junta teems to have robbed Mr. McGraw of that mod aoty which ooce sat so airily upon his brow.” “Tbs Meeiew will not My that the nom ination of Mr. McGraw give* entire sail a faction to the republicans of Eastern Washington, for that would be a flight id the imagination. Nor will it My that in upholding the SmUls canal, twenty members of the Spokane delegation voiced the sentiment of the party in this county, lor they went in open violation of that sentiment. Mr. McGraw waa nominated and the canal resolution waa adopted be cause King so willed and King county ia the political master of this state. Neither will add strength to a ticket otherwise strong.” ktsloM MMilaf a* Canadas casrra. Rev. P. C. Hetiler, diMrict anperin teadeat o I the American Bibl. Society, will preach in tide dtp in the M. K. church neat Bonder at 11 a m„ and In the evening at 7:3 d will addreaa a onion meeting at the Cbrietlao ehnrch.la which all tbs chore bee an cordially invited to cooperate. J. T. Eaaauna, Free. Yakima Connty Bible gocialr. J. W. Beck baa aold lot 27, block » to A. a. Wllgoa lor 2000. TIE CHI nun AMT JOHI raiw. Tfce Rostilf “ Felegntp*” v alls Haw the Htfsblteas l aadMau la HffarStS at llame. The Olympian says: Hs is one of the common people. He came to bis pres ent position by the honorable pathway of toil, directed and stimulated by a com mendable ambition. In his socceaa the people of Washington can find a syno nym (or their success. Every man in the state whose life is upright is straggling for scompetence; to toiling for s name and influence among his fellows, ia trav eling the same road that Mr. McGraw trod sod with which hs is acquainted. “One of the common people." Heaven forbid it. He is one ot the uncommon people, and if they were more uncommon still it would be better for the community. There is something absolutely nauseating in tlito adulation of a man whose career to smirched aa John McGraw’s has been. What do the recideots of Seattle who re member the "office" saloon and its ap purtenances think of the attempt to palm off its proprietor as one who has had an ‘'honorable pathway" and been "stimu lated by a commendable ambition? " How doss a term as chief of police, em ployed so successfully that vice became mors rampant than ever before or since in the history of this county, while the chief was able to obtain auch a "cinch" on tba city government that it took a po litical ravolotion to break it, strike the people aa a "synonym ol their own suc cess? " How does a career in the sher iff's office filled with scandals imprena people as fitting a man “whose life to upright?" How does a partnership in vice and crime so conspicuous tbst the people of Seattle forgot all distinctions of party and united to drive the McOraw ring from power, strike honest men as beta* “the same road” that they are traveling? And this is not all the story; and John H. Mciiraw knows it is not all the story, nor the meet damning part of the story. So far from John H. McOraw being the mao that be is represented to be by the Olympian. it is a fact which cannot be gainsaid tbgt if it were not for bb money, his position as a national bank president and the clutch he has upon some reputa tions. the men who pushed him to the front in this campaign would consider themselves insulted if they were asked to give him their countenance in any re spect whatever. This is the truth, no matter how vehemently it may be de nied, and those who deny it most ve hemently know beet that it b true. There will be a democratic rally at Roberta’ ball, at Tampico, Friday, Oct. 21st. There will be good speakers pres ent and the evening will dose with a sapper and dance. Music will be furn ished from North Yakima, and a general invitation b extended to all voters to be preaent with their wives, daughters or sweethearts sod enjoy a pleasant and profitable evening. George W. Hoot, who built the Oregon A Washington railroad from Hunt’s Junction to Pendleton, Walls Walla and Dayton, has brought suit against C. B. Wright et al. to recover 260.000 alleged to be due him by reason of the defend ants not fulfilling certain contracts, and by reason of having been “frosen out” of certain stock interest* which be held in the road. Tl»e notorious Dalton t<ang has been wpe.l out of existence. They made a raid on the banka of Coffey ville, Kansu*, on the 6ih lust., secured SIOOOUU ami were trying to get away a ben they were surrounded by citisens and alter a des perate struggle all wereahot down after killing several of the citizens. Alfred. Lord Tennyson, the poet laure ate of England, died at London, O tob*r 6th, aged 83 years. Changes In IrelanM sal Mcminn*. Fifty years ago Scotland had last titan 2.601 MM) people and Ireland contained nearly S.iKM.UK). Now the population of Ireland is 4,7-X),U l .>J, and Scotland om laina, by the latest retisns, 4,UJ.'>|o47. It must not be supposed that Scotland has not lost by emigration, (or, lltough fewer Scotch than Irish leave their native coun try. yat Scotland within o few years has lost several hundred thousand by emigra tion. and one result la aeeo in the fact that iu many parts of the country the women greatly exceed the men in num bers. Glasgow lias become the second city la the United Kingdom, and all the principal cities and towns of Scotland have grown marvelously during tbe last thirty years. * Uni frtw lath by Men. There hu do doubt been more live* of children saved from death in croup or whooping cough by the me ol onions than any other known remedy. Our mot here uaed to make poultices of them, or a ayrnp, which was always effectual in breaking up a cough or cold. Dr. Gunn's Onion Syrup is madd by cotfibining a lew remedies with it which makes it more ef •fectll rnedi.iue and destroys the Uate and odar of tha onion. 60c. Bold by Janeck’a Pharmacy. W# carry everything oauallv kepi ia a Brat-t-laea More. *?•«. Uhii, Mt-utata A Co. Wall paper* marked away down at Lombard A Homley'a. The large etook rweived this aprlng aioat bo cksed oot aod bar gal oa an offered. SMI. Call at Lombard A Horeler'e and in* aped a aplendid line of cane-aaaled rock era at <2 and $2.50. 17 tl Hava the lad ire ol Yakima loapected lombard A Horaley’a new atock of che nille portion, cochleae and table coyer*' II not, they will ha well repaid In a yialt, lor the line of three gooda la now rnm plade. 1711 Remember, Dinar earrlea Dr. Bekll llng’a coraata; every pair warranted. M WBSR LOVE PA 'BB BY. 1 was hasp with ray plowing ■' When Love passed by. ’■i'oim." she c. led. “forsake thy drudging: Life’s delight* are few ami grudging; What bath man of all hi* striving, All his planning and contriving. Hero heneeth the ekyT When the grave opes to receive him. Wealth and wit aod honor* leave him— Love endures tor aye.” But 1 answered. “1 aui plowing. When with straight and even furrow All the Bold I* covered through. I will follow." Love passed by. I was basy with ray sowing When Love passed by. “Coroe,” she cried, “give o’er thy toiling: Tor tby moil thou beat bnt molllng- Follow me where meadows fertile Bloow unsown with rooo end myrtle. laughing to the sky; laugh for )oy the thousand flowers. Birdr and brooks—the laughing hoars All unnoted fly.” But I answered, “lam sowing. Whan ray acres are all planted. Gladly to thy realm enchanted I will follow.” lav# |iasaed by. 1 was busy with my reaping When love paased by. “Come,” she cried, “thou plalntedst grieving. Ripened sorrows art tbon sheaving If the heart lie fallow, vain la Garnered store. Tby wealth of grain is Less than Loss’s least sigh. Haste the—for the hours feat dwindle Ere tbs pyrs of bop# shall kindle In life’s western sky.” Bat 1 answered, “i am reaping. When, with song of yoatli and maiden, Horae the bock-cart comes, full laden, I will follow.” Lots passed by. 1 had gathered In my harvest When love passed by. “SUy!” 1 called to bsr-awlft speeding. Taming not, my cry unheeding— ■ Stay. O Love, 1 fain would follow. •lay thy flight, ob, sweet winged swallow Cleaving twilight sky! I am old and worn and weary. Void my fields and heart—and dreary, With thee would 1 fly. Garnered woe la all my harvest. Had ghosts of my dead hopes haunt me. Pierce regrets, like demons, taunt me— -Btay—l follow!” Love posted by. Oar customers include all oaliooalitie*. Even representatives of the "pig-tail" Iroui a far off land. 37*4t. Unoki, Mi luoan A Co. Every dollar jingled over oar counter* marka a bargain in every caae. 37-4t. U»ou, Mt luoan A Co. Moat Yakima ladiee realise the mat benefit of irrigation, but everybody Tike* to know it. tor proof use Victor Flour, which la now made of home itrowo, irri gated wheat, and cannot be beat in color and fine flavor. Every bread maker should try a sack of Victor and have proof of its excellence. Irrigation ia the blessing of Yakima valley. -Htf. Shard low and McDaniel now keep Pabat’s Milwaukee beer on draught. "It has no superior" it is the verdict of all who have tried it. 11-tf Whmß*pweetotoLwe gavwharOaatoria. Whmi *a was a Child, alw erted foe Cwatoria. Whan aha banana MW*, ah# clung to Caatoria. Whan ah« had Children, she gave them Caatoria. New crop chicken wheat, feed oats, chop barley, bran and shorts can be had at the North Yakima Roller mill. 28tf. WANTED—A §itnation ns clerk ; gro cery preferred. Reference given. Ad dresa "O,” bo* 397, North Yakima. Washington. 30 If W ANTED—Five hundred lad lea to bn> Standard fashion patterns at ‘Ditter'a. 3> Diner carriee the beet line of table • lotha, nankins and towels in the city, at prices that defy competition. 36 Now is the time to buy vonr blankets; and remember that H. Difter carries the North Klar woolen mills makea, every pair warranted all wool or money re funded. So Lawrence, Box A Co., 1627 Pad I e avenue, Tacoma, will sell lumber for raab, or trade for bay or other Linn pro ducts. *3t. Our imnr-nae sales are evidence that oar pH' ea arc appreciated. S7-4t. UXOKB, MtIUMAX A Co. Report of the Condition Of the Pint National Bank oj North Yak ima, at North Yakima, in the State of Washington, at the close of business, July U, 189*: aaaovaras. ■' Loans and dlaeonnts 1191.728 M Overdraft*, secured and unsecured WIT 9 V. H. Bonds to seense circulation 36.000 00 Blocks. aeourtties. etc MM M Due from approved reserve agents 9.980 oi Doe from other national Banka MM 61 Due from state banks and Bankers IJM7 » Banking home, furniture and fixtures m.'flO 00 Checks and other cash Items I.M 14 Bills of other Banks 1,747 19 Fractional paper currency, nickels and cents. M 16 8 peels. 7,0110 Legal tender notes MM 00 Redemption fund with U. 8. treasurer (5 per rant of circulation) I.IM M Total 90M.M8M LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in .918000 00 surplus fund 77JJQ9 00 I’ndl Tided profits MA7 35 National Hank notes outstanding .. 33A» 00 Indlvldnal deposits subject to rneck 78.979 87 Demand certificates of deposit 1.917 M Time certificate* of deposit 4M»7 70 Cashier's checks ontstaudiug . *OS 80 Dne to other national banks 10*67 Dm to state banka and bankers LMI 14 Tout MM.BOB M Brava or Wash motor. I' Cocptv os YaEtwa.i “• I. W. l„ atelnweg, t ashler of the above aaaaed bank, do solemnly swear that tne above stale meal Is true to the beet of mv knowledge and be Uaf.'* W. I. BTKINWEG, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 131b day of October, 18*3. Faxr* Faux kb. Notary Public tor tha state of Washington re siding at North Yakima, Wash. Correct—Attest A. W. Emulb. i Chaklrs cAarxxTSß.y Directors. Mb wav B. 8« i'ppbb, > Mrs. Wm. H. Jeffers, lilliierr, Mini, Ditsaatiii MmH MUtaf. lot It l<nM KTw. WRY DO YOU COMfIH f Do yo> kuwiku. utti. cmk lik<U(»ulkU(« DOCTOR ACKER’S ■ROUSH REMEDY WIU mop D Cough at may time aod Coro the wont Cold la twain boon. ASB Cant bottle may aan you SIOO la Doctor*, bill, may aan your Uh. ASK TOUR DRDOOIDT FOR XT. IT TAUTER POOP. Dr. PUI. (at UAT BARGAINS! IN Boots and Shoes AT LEE’S SHOE STORE FOR CASH. NEW - SHOE - STO&E. ('mtom work a specialty and neat repairing reasonable. Next to Mr*Oi*y* ‘JB 4m H. L. WALEN. A. L FIX & CO., REAL ESTATE AND— I TVS TJX* 41VCE. Y$Z la A%Z:.*' ock ' HORTH YAKIMA. ■DIET SATED 18 MONET MADE. Saw to to 60 emu oa awry dollar yon* pend. Wrlti tor oar awiwh Catalocaa, a soo-page UUmtraUoa Krayfya. af awry kind of good* aad wnpllaa manufactured aad Imported into the United state*. Grocarlva, Uooaabold Good*. Purnltore. Clothing. Ladle*- and Geats’ Clothing aad Pornlehlng Good*, Dreea Goode, White Goode, Dry Goode, Hata, Capa, Beets aad Show. Glows. Notion*. Ulaaawara, Om?Y FIRST CLASS GOODS. Catalogue eaat allow lag the Payer the tarn dieoouat that the gaaTntM > an goods m iepr^SmST-* foead IF^®rfi&Sc ItSQitacy Street, Chicago, 111. WE WILL PAY EraaaCTdaaaSwsg HON VWO WAIT STBADT BMPLOTMBBT KB BO smi. Catslnfsu4partkaleis tan* on turnip* Maakui i- A lA< m • 00. atkiMi.aians Bids for Building Sidewalk. VTOTICE IS HKItEBY GIVEN THAT SEALED i,N blits will he received at the office of the city clerk until Monday. October 17. HW3. for ennttrnctiiif a aide walk along the north aide of tot a. Mock MW. of the city of North Yakima Eur |>articol«ra inquire at the city clerk’* office. Connell reaervea the right to reject any or all blda. Gao. W. Room as. ■77 7w city Clerk. Cunt; Bud Notice. 1. the undersigned principal petitioner. resid ing In the vicinity through which the fol lowing deacrlbed proposed road will run. hereby *lve notice to all twrsons concerned that at the next term of the board of county eommlaalon Sol Yakima countv I will petition aald board a change of county road In aald conutv, haring Ita points of beginning and termination, comae and intermediate points aa follows . Commencing at the southwest corner of sec. 3S. twp. 14, range 17 cast. running north two miles to the northwest comer of see. as. thence veat one fourth ml>e. theme north one fourth mile _ JOHN O'NKAL, Principal Petitioner, residing In aec. 3ft. twp. 11, ' range 17. Posiohce Cow-ebee. SSSw Notice to Build Sidewalk. NOTICE la hereby given that the Cttv Connell baa passed an order that a sidewalk be con structed to conform to Ordinance No. IT* along the following described piciniaea to wit: loHs S, 4.7. Sof M»ck Xt, fronting on Yakima avenue in North Yakima, and anlra*biiUt by the owner of raid lot within 'JO days from date of this notice the same will be built by said city and the coats thereof used aga'n.t said l >t OKO. WL RODMAN. City Clerk. North Yakima. Wash. Oct 13,15V3. ».«. Notice of Dissolution. XTOTICE 18 IIEREHY GIVEN THAT T*IE IN partnership heretofore existing between the undersigned under the Arm name of Weikel A Marks. Is this day dissolved by mutual off' sent. E. B. Marks will continue the business, collect ull accounts doe the trot and pay ail liabilities thereof. Dated this 13th day of October, IW*. K B. Manas. M4w • Ggo. Waiaau | COLUMBIA ■ MEAT MARKET, E. B. MARKS, Prop. I be* leave to inform the public that I have open.nl n Meat M.irket at the etan.l formerly oc cupied by A. H. Keyonlda and will at all limea keep on hand a flint class aupply o( freeh and salt input*. Mite Attention to Dor Patrons aid Prompt Delivery of Meats LOOK^s^ - - To Your Olotla.es. - - _I have rereived the meet complete line of imported suitings for fall wear ever brought to Yakima and a request i» made that pat rone call and inapect the goods. PRICE! REAMOIABLK. IATUPACTIOM til AKAKTEED. AD. FV WHITE) Yakima Avenue North Yakima. IVe Are In It - - - -j The Fight is On - - - O The First political gnu Is fired. We have I O downed our enemy. Call end examine IgjTfoSa | O our t CLEVELAND nut) BTKVENi*JN( Knlve.; they Not in the Soup, | " AKR,,uS “ ID I *™ ■ But in the Swim. “ a u " r ~ •ur stock It complete and it costs nothing to 11 Majestic” Steel Ranges O The finest on earth! Are yon aware that ~ « the ca*t iron »tuve if almnat a thine oi MRCm** ° the past" Wo will sell you goods st ess!• O ern price*, fre I get ad.li-.1, ilcadnnarter* O tor sporting goods. MEEI.INU a nAIIEB. NNEEEINU A TIAIIEK. I. tHißDiot. Jtrr n. nroAKiRL. 3tLa.rc3.lo-w« MclDarLiel, DCALKRftIN Fine Wines, Liquors. Imported & Domestic Cigars. fiNK BILLIARD AND POOL TABLES. Southeast Corner Yakima Avenue A Front Street. One Door West of Klein.t> Hotel. Soli: Apts for lie Celebrated Jesse Moore Kentucky Whiskies. Lombard. <&c Horsley, Ft >m«rwwrs ||W mn ty-h SYIVIMCATE BIAKSK. OPR SPECIALTIES: OPR SPECIALTIES: FANCY GROCERIES, Canned O-oocis, Dried. Fruits. Walker db Redmon. We also carry a full line of Staple Groceries, and our prices arc as low as the lowest. OPERA HOUSE BLOCk. - - - - TELEPHONE NO. 21. JOB PiillTTllT<3- * LETTER HEAD*. BILL IIEADB, STATEMENTS, POSTER**. BOOK WORK, AND ALL KINDS OP PLAIN AND COLOR PRINTING DONE AT The Herald Job Room. W« hava ta Stack the Latest I>e*lgn* in uumcius. iniiATwis. wuhm hi awtim mnostat. vismse cun. APPLEIHg Boofs^^ appleseedlings. AUSTJOESS tWtoTMunpta.. For full psrOoelars. addrsas »—»-« nr »4* Rotice of Closing Registration. XTOTIriC 18 IIBRBBV GIVEN THAT TUB poll book for the registration of voters in to# enrol North Yakima will be closed on tba 2mb dav of October, at 8 n clock p. m , and re main closed aulll after election. All voters not registered before tbst.tlme will lose their vote at the coming election. »7.4w u*o. W. Rodham, City Clerk. FOR SALE. A HOUSE and Sve acres near toe Ahtannm chnreb. i ami partly under rnlUvstlon and nut trees, berrie-. etc. A desirable bargain and lama. Kn-jalre of J. 11. Williams on tbe place, aa-im