IN TOWNThat noted "rustler" and business man, Geo. F. SMITH, of Ellensburg, was in town on Wednesday. He informs
us as soon as he returns from The Dalles he will put on a saddle train from Seattle to Ellensburg for the
accomodation of passengers. This he will run till the completion of the wagon road.
THE WAY TO DOLast year, the SMITH Brothers, of Kittitas Valley, made $4,000 worth of butter, and made about 80,000 pounds
of pork, to say nothing of their large cattle business.
GOING ABOVEDr. TAYLOR, the dentist, who has been with us all winter, will on or about the 20th, leave for Ellensburg.
Those in need of his services had better call soon.
FOR THE DALLESGeo. SMITH, of Kittitas, drove through the 'Gap' below town, 200 head of fine beef steers on Thursday.
They are for the Portland markets, and were consigned to Ben SNIPES at The Dalles.
FOR SALEW. S. CROUCH, of Ellensburg, offers for sale a span of work horses, harness and wagon at a bargain, if
called for soon.
STRAYED OR STOLENFrom the ranch of H. POLLINGTON, one roan horse, (description). Any person giving information... will be
well rewarded. And any person returning said horse to SHOUDY & STEWART, Ellensburg, W. T., will receive
twenty dollars. William OLESON
NOTICE OF PROOFLand Office, Yakima, W. T. , March 15th, 1883 Notice is hereby give that the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final
proof in support of his claim, and secure final entry thereof at this office April 16, 1883, viz:
Bayless B. THORP, Homestead No. 120, for the E 1/2 NW 1/4, NW 1/4 NW 1/4 of Section 34, Township 13 North of
Range 19 East, and names the following as his witnesses, viz.: Charles SPLAWN, George SPLAWN, P. S. BURKE,
and Charles V. FOWLER, All of Yakima, W. T. R. B. KINNE, Register
NOTICE OF PROOFLand Office, Yakima, W. T. , March 8th, 1883 Notice is hereby give that the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final
proof in support of his claim, and secure final entry thereof at this office April 14, 1883, viz.:
Charles LONGMIRE, Homestead No. 869, Walla Walla series, for the W 1/2 SE 1/4 & SE 1/4 SE 1/4 of Sec 19 and
NE 1/4 NE 1/2 of Sec. 30, Township 15 North, Range 18 East, and names the following as his witnesses, viz.
E. E. BUTLER, R. SMITH, William FLYNN, and John CLEMAN, all of the Wenas P. O., Washington Territory.
R. B. KINNE, Register
DURR'S NEW ROADis the Shortest Route to Ellensburg This new route is now open to the traveling public,
and the U. S. mail line has recently been changed to it.
An eating station has been put up at Cottonwood Springs.
It is the nearest route to Kittitas Valley by twelve miles over all other routes. Jacob DURR, Propr.
BREWERYNear Ellensburg, W. T. The undersigned would respectfully inform the people of Yakima that he is not dead yet,
and always keeps on hand a superior quality of Lager Beer.
A share of the public patronage is respectfully solicited.
Theo. HESS, Prop'r.