THE ELLENSBURGH CAPITAL

May 23, 1889
Published every Thursday morning by A. N. HAMILTON

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PERSONAL AND SOCIAL

Frank BOSSONG is looking after his interests in Waterville this week. Mr. MOFFITT and family have arrived in the city from Kansas, and will remain some time. A very pleasant progressive euchre party was given last week by Mr. and Mrs. McCANDLESS. Mr. A. H. STULFOUTH and wife, of San Francisco, have arrived in Ellensburgh and will make this their future home. Ex-Auditor W. H. PETERSON contemplates a visit to his old home in West Virginia, after an absence of many years. He will return in about
two months. Mr. and Mrs. ROSS, of the Sandwich Islands, have arrived in the city, with a view to taking up their residence here...

MARRIED

GELLUBY - BREIGLE - On May 12th by Rev. J. W. MAXWELL, Mr. James H. GELLUBY and Miss Polia F. BREIGLE. MARKUSON - CHRISTIAN - On May 17 by Rev. J. W. MAXWELL, Mr. Andrew MARKUSON and Miss Josephine CHRISTIAN, both of this county. MILLS - GILLMOUR - On May 16th by Judge DAVIS, Mr. J. W. MILLS and ???? B. GILLMOUR.

CAPITOLIANS

The New Era will hereafter be known as the Washington State Register. Mr. BAKER is figuring on a brick block to grace the corner of Pine and Third. The old Masonic building has been moved from Fourth to Third street, above Pine. It is said Nelson BENNETT designs buildings on his Third street lots, adjoining his store. Some of the galena ore has been discovered within thirty miles of Ellensburgh, within the past week. Mr. MAXEY is arranging for construction of a brick building on Pine street, near BENNETT's store. Mr. GEDDIS is excavating the cellar for his fine residence on Seventh street, between Ruby and Sprague. Mr. NASH is completing the foundation for the extension of the opera house. This will make the building 60x120 feet. Mr. CARUTHERS, the lumber dealer on Third street designs putting up a fine residence on his lots in Grand View addition. John B. FOGARTY, the Third street ??? merchant, will erect a two story ??? 32x120, and is now placing the ??? ??? the ground. Jas. ADDLER's child had an arm broken by the wind slamming a door shut recently while the family were in the country visiting Mrs. PAYNER. There will be a teacher's meeting on Saturday, 25th, at the public school building, conducted by Supt. McDOWELL and assisted by
Miss McBRIDE. LLOYD Bros. are receiving and storing goods in their new building on the corner of Third and Pine streets... There were ten births in Ellensburgh last week and several wards still to hear from... The Ellensburgh, Columbia River & Eastern Railway Co. have been granted right of way through the city, and cross-sectioning and grading
was commenced on Friday. Prof. REED has been employed by the music loving citizens of Ellensburgh for another year... Mr. LEONHARD is getting up plans and specifications for a magnificent brick building to occupy the corner now covered by the Oriental
Hotel... While A. A. GAUSS was coupling some cars in the yard Tuesday, his left hand was caught between the casting and draw-bar, smashing a finger
on the left hand. Drs. NEWLAND and McCAULEY were called upon to amputate the finger. Richard W. SEE, who was confined to the Ellensburg jail for attempted murder, was taken out on requisition on Saturday, and in the
company with officers from Los Angeles, was taken back to California for the murder of a rancher near Los Angeles years ago. The ministers of the city have received invitations to participate in the dedication of the new Baptist Church on Sunday... The brick is on the ground for Mr. ELLIOTT's new two-story building on Fifth street, and workmen are engaged in digging the foundation.
It will have a frontage on Fifth street of 47 feet, and will contain two store rooms, while the second story will be divided up into rooms,
one of which 26x36, will be used as a club and reading room.

PESHASTAN GOLD

Mr. DONAHUE, who is running an arastra in Peshastan, brought down sixteen ounces of gold, on Tuesday. He reports the mine looking well,
with three feet of solid sulpheret ore in the bottom of the shaft, but says water is scarcer than he has known it in many years, and thinks
work will have to suspend on the arastra.

IT'S ??? PRODUCTIVE SOIL

The following record of the past few days speaks volumes for the soil and climate of Ellensburgh: To the wife of Lewis HAMPSHIRE, a boy. To the wife of John MERCY a boy. To the wife of J. B. DAVIDSON, a daughter. To the wife of Mr. PROEBSTEL, a girl. To the wife of James DINWIDDIE, a son.

THE COUNTY VOTE

The vote in Kittitas county for delegates to the Constitutional Convention, stands as follows: PETERSON, 540; McDONALD, 655; SHOUDY, 635;
and MIRES 710.

WENATCHEE ITEMS

Mrs. CALWELL's boarding house is full, but there will soon be room for all. CALWELL went fishing and caught 100 trout in Mission Creek in two hours. Mrs. William MIERS of Squill creek died on Wednesday morning of typhus fever. Mr. PAUL starts East in a few days to see his daughter, who is lying at the point of death.

NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION

Land Office at North Yakima, W. T., May 21, 1889 Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before John DAVIS, Judge of Probate Court of Kittitas County, W. T. at Ellensburgh, W. T., on July 8, 1889, viz.
Charles H. VOSS of Cle-Elum, W. T. who made ??? for the (unreadable land description) He names the following as witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz. Nick YUNGER, John ??KE, Gustav PLETAT, and August HASSE, of Cle-Elum, W. T....

NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION

Land Office at North Yakima, W. T., May 21, 1889 Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before John DAVIS, Judge of Probate Court of Kittitas County, W. T. at Ellensburgh, W. T., on July 8, 1889, viz.
Nick YOUNGER of Cle-Elum, W. T. who made Hd. application No. 299 for the sw (unreadable land description) He names the following as
witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz. C. H. VOSS, John VOKE, Gustav PLETAT, and August HASSE,
of Cle-Elum, W. T....

NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION

Land Office at North Yakima, W. T., May 16th, 1889 Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before Register and Receiver at North Yakima, W. T. on June 28, 1889, viz. William DeWight HILL, of Cle-Elum
W.T. who made declaratory statement No. 1594 for the e ?? and SW 1/4 of sec 1? and se 1/4 of sw 1/4, sec 26, tp. 20, n. r. 16 e. He names
the following as witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz. Joseph B. STEVENS, William MACK,
Otto BARNES and Fred W. STEINES of Teanaway, Kittitas Co., W. T.....

NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION

Land Office at North Yakima, W. T., May 1?, 1889 Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before John DAVIS, Judge of Probate Court of Kittitas County, W. T. at Ellensburgh, W. T., on ????, viz.
Bernard HANS?N of Ellensburgh, W. T. who made Timber Culture application No. ?? for the (unreadable land description) He names the following
as witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz. W. J. CAHOON, Jacob B??VERS, and W???? J. PARKER
of Ellensburgh. W. T.....

NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION

Land Office at North Yakima, W. T., May 7, 1889 Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before John DAVIS, Judge of Probate Court of Kittitas County, W. T. at Ellensburgh, W. T., on June ?, 1889, viz.
F??? SNYDER, of Ellensburgh, W. T. who made Declaration Statement No. 1360 for the ????, Sec 32, Tp. 1?, N. R. ?? E. He names the following
as witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz. Oliver GEDDIS, Joseph PREECE, E. B. ?OCAM, and
J. W. SMALL, all of Ellensburgh, W. T.....

NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION

Land Office at North Yakima, W. T., April ??, 1889 Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before the Judge and in his absence the Clerk of the District Court of Kittitas county, at Ellensburgh, W. T.
on 25th of May 1889, viz. Joseph H. FOSS, of Kittitas County, W. T. who made pre-emption application No. 1337 for the (unreadable land
description)
He names the following as witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz. Leonard SAYLOR,
J. M. RIGGS, John NELSON, A. A. MUNSON, all of Ellensburgh, W. T....

SOME ADS

Real Estate - Having withdrawn as one of the firm of Walters & Co. of this city, I have established an office of my own and will hereafter
be alone in my real estate business... My entire attention will be given to real estate, and I trust my long residence here justifies me in
saying that I have a fair knowledge of local values... Geo. W. ELLIOTT J. G. HARWICK, well known as a first class boot and shoe maker, is now with J. L. COLEMAN, where he will be pleased to welcome all his old
friends and as many new ones who may favor him with a call.... Mr. J. J. IMBRIE has opened a Notary Public and general land office on Main street between Fourth and Fifth.... Mr. Geo. LOUDEN delivers the best of milk to his patrons. He has a good milk cow for sale. Mr. WEBBER has as fine a lot of Cigars, Tobacco and fruits as can be found in the city. Jarvis-Conklin Mortgage Trust Co. is represented by W. G. PORTER, whose office is room No. 2 Odd Fellows Block Ellensburgh... MILLINERY STORE - Mrs. WESTFALL, Lately from the East, has just received her Fashionable Millinery Goods and will open on Main Street in the
room formerly occupied by Dr. NEWLAND. She will be pleased to see the ladies of Ellensburgh and vicinity, and can assure them the latest
styles of Millinery at popular prices. Sheep pelts bought by W. Y. WOLF. Sand Brick Moulders Wanted. Two good sand brick moulders are wanted immediately at COBLE & KLINE's Brick yard, south of Ellensburgh. Two dwelling houses for sale: will be sold to the highest bidder. Immediate possession given, terms easy. Enquire of A. S. GROSS. Homemade Cigar, Tobaccos. Candies, Nuts, and Green Fruit. Call on M. WEBBER, opposite Elliot's Hall. J. B. LOVE, Contractor and Builder. Will Make Estimation. Residences, Frame Buildings, Brick or Stone Blocks. Office with Fuller, Grimm &
Co. on Third Street. Oriental Hotel. Everything New, Neat and Clean. The Best Hotel in the City. Located on Main Street, leading from the Depot and one door
north of the P. O. Charges from $1.00 to $3.00 per day. Free Coach. Give me a call. N. N. BROWN, Proprietor, Ellensburgh, W. T. W. P. MASON, Civil Engineer.... Geddis Block Ellensburgh, W. T. Roslyn Stables. Livery, Feed and Sale. Having purchased the livery stables formerly owned by Mr. KNUPPENBERG, I have refitted them and put
in excellent stock, and am now prepared to furnish citizens and miners with fine rigs and prospecting outfits for the miners of the Upper
Cle-Elum, at lowest living rates. M. E. KENNEDY, Roslyn, Washington. The REED House, Cle-Elum, W. T., Walter J. REED, Proprietor. One of the leading hotels in Central Washington, in the heart of the great
iron and coal regions. Good accommodations, good treatment and reasonable rates.

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