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STORY OF . I
Deaf Mute Seeks
WIS JILTED li. HIS DENTGIIsI
Ha Tales Satisfaction la Telling '
the World ait about Himself
aad Hl* Treehlii.
Its wis a deaf mute. He could <
neither hear nor speak, hut nutwtth- I
standing this fart, he had played
with Ihe fire and burnt his fingers .
badly. He had been engaged to a .
beautiful belle of the sunn, smith
residing In Memphis. Term The <
Oar. of th.- wedding had been flint,
the prsttmlnarlea arranged, and all i
was suns.-iloa and tranquility, when ■
one sad .1. he received Ihe slan
ting news that his sweetheart was ,
about to marry another.
t'lt-n receipt of thli Informatlam.
the sunshine In his soul become ex
tinguished, lie almost decided to
make away with 111 IBM If lie had
no friend 1" whom li- could unburd
en hia troubles. lie hare* -i- I to
pass by trie "Mar office today, and
the thou,* accural! Ie htm that
perhaps ih* city editor might listen
to bis story. Acx-orVUngly he enter
ed ihs ctfflcei, and. going to a desk ,
where one of the reporters was • ril- .
ing Industriously, plated * slip of
paper In his hands on which was
written. -I wish to see the city
editor." t'pon being presented to j
that 'o-li-ul be produced a roll of
manuscript which contained the '
story of his wrongs. Th* editor
extracted from the mas* of sent, n- ,
ces the foitaywlßg:
"Mr. Thomas It. Ijane and Silas j
Ha tells William*, of Memphis. Trim . '
were engaged to be married In June, '
but the engagement Is now broken '
Off because Miss I'stclla Williams Is
at present engage! to marry Charlei
Wade, the marriage lo take place
next summer Her mother died ;
several years ag*' at Chattanooga. '
•The announcement that Mis- Rs.
tella Williams Is atx-ut to marry '
Charles Wade Is a surprise to her
many friends, because Thomas It. i '
Lane Is known to be a gentleman of
good reputation, of generisus Im- ;
pulse.. and highly respected by ail i
•who know him. Charles Wade, aho
Is engaged lo marry Miss Williams
Is not a nice man.''
The deaf mule watched Ihe city
editor attentively as be scanned the I
manuscript with wondering eyes.;
and when the paper fell on th* desk '
he wrote '.he query en a slip of j
paper. "Will my story be printed r*
Th* editor gravely nodded that it
would, and ihe mute tack up his
hat aad departed.
11l RECEIVER'S HANDS.
The well known Arm of Harris/
Ship Chandlers company, of Tacoraa.
went Into the hands of I receiver
yesterday. It Is understood that
the Portland Cordage company push
ed matters which resulted In the re
ceivership, and that Arm was .thaw
ed by actions of the Ta'oma banks.
Mr. inrd Is the principal stockhold
er. Mr. Barclay boiling. It la under
stood, but on* share.
Th* Barclay Bhlp Candlera com
pany wai for a long time th* only
ship chandlers on the Hound. Their
only competitors war* lh* C. P. My
ers A Company, of this city.
A Joke on Speaker Reed.
ffpesker R*»B I* a frequenter of
second hand book dens, but "a»
browses around and 1* very apt lo
make several calls to on" pnrchas*.
Ther* t* on.- "It dealer who** »l*nil
la n*ar the Capitol, and Mr. It**d
•*«". It ditly on hla walks In and
from th* h-.use. ll* has had many i
call from th* biff speaker and. Ilka
all the rest, has had poor success In
*»lllng to him. The dealer Is noted
for bavin* a sharp tongue, an I he Is
i,., respecter of persons.
The other li- the spesker dropp* 1
In Ihere and began to brows* In th*
old man's Junk. After a while h*
picked tip a novel, "Scruples." and
looked through Its pas*** Evident
i- he thought he would like to read
It for, after h» bad laid M down and
looked at »-v. books, be returned
to It again and again and began to
look the nab It.
"What Is thi* book worth?" he fin
ally asked of ths old man.
-That s» lust one-half of I dol
-Ist, sir," said th" "II man, very po
"That's 100 much." replied th*
man from Maine, with his chsractcr-
"Well, air. do you know of any law
that compels you to buy It II you
don't wan! lit" ntorted th old man.
Mr. Head laughed, and turn to
80. As he stepped out of Ik* door
th* old man picked up the novel and
lasted shandy st th* title *■ th*
"Furthermore, —r," ha added,
"now that I look nt 'he title I can't
see what on earth you want of a
book MB that title, anyway'-
Th* remark fell harmlessly on the
,l|i inslve back of th* speaker, but
th* old bookstore man shrugged hla
shoulders every little while nil to ■
rest of the day and chuckled softly
IN THE STREET
And the Child's Mother Did
Not Recognize Her.
■Mttl* Mary Palltltse, Ihe S-year
old daughter or John Poll til SB. of
Newark. Los! herself at 11 o'clock on
Thursday morning and was found
trying In the street* by a benevolent
wordan, ssys the Haw York Hun,
I ...'a- her home and washed her. Then
Ihe , r |Hi. d blue-eyed girl looked
, pretty that th* woman wanted to
keep her, and, acting under nn un
controllable Impulse, si,- took tho
rs«g"d -iii at a department st'.r
AMI'SK-llli*.T* Itri.t.l'l IN.
TllHtn AVENUE TUEAraii—
and bought a complete outfit ror
her. Including a silk .-Mil nnd sh.*. a
Affr taking the little girl home
the woman thought of tile distress
of ip. mother, nnd concluded to take
the child to th* Fourth precinct sta
tion. Cant, fr.dwards w.ie aurpiia,..!
at S o'clock In the afternoon when
a brougham drew up In Ihe d-tor and
b nch'y dressed woman emerged,
leading a child. They enlere.l ih*
stallon and lbs esntaln left his af.
fir* In hear what she bad to say. He
wss suit mere ibir-rtas**. when he
learned lhal Ihe child was s waif,
hill h* accepted the charge and sent
the youngster upstairs.
At B o'clock tli.-t ii'-M a fran'l.
-woman entered Ihe station and ask
ed If anything had Seen heard nf her
little Miry, who had been gone alma
morning. Khe said Ihe child wore a
ragged cßllct Cress and her toes
were slicking through her shoes.
When ajm was. t»_».rj momtaApa Va***.
-• i."itn.-1 "Mamma!" at her. but the
woman shook her hea-i and Bald sh*
was nol her child. Khe .11.1 not re
cognli* Mary with her fac* washed,
much leas in her new finery.
Mrs. I'olltttie were Hock home an!
returned wllh llllle Jot nny, aged 10,
who loath one ok at Mary an th-n
"It's Mary, all right, mamma, oh.
my, don't she look flne!"
Th* arlmple-hesrled mother was
thus convince! and look Mary bark
ta Itntom slreel. bul Ihe rhtld won't
p* allow - d la. wJar Ihoee One clothes
BLUE STAR FLEET.
Veaaels to Ply Between So.
attle and St. Michaels.
Th* lllu* Bur Navigation com
pany la making preparations to
handle a portion at th* travel to lh*
Yukon wtth the beginning of sum
mer. They are securing art of
Bailing vessels to operate h*tw*-n
Meeltle. ■ aUsks. and W Mk-haed.
One of in.- s« hia* already been se
cured. r,h* Is the ship Aureola,
which Is now at Han Pranctsco.
Al.'ui May :>• the Aureola will
leave fur Oul,«fnin hay. north of ft.
Michael, a led with a heavy cargo
of freight belonging to i mining
company of Chicago, Th* amount
of freight will aggregate about |M
tons. T. W. Johnson, the company's
representative. I. now In tseattle
making arrangements for lb* Iran.,
i*irtati»n of IB* freight. Forty men
In the employ of the company, will
go upon the in-,-.i*
Th* %-essel will ala» hare on board
sis members of a mining company
'-..in t'hlladelphla. who are localed
st !>ut. harla.r. The Aureola will
take up a large consignment ,*f
fetgtit for the company.
The schooner Harm, now at anchor
In the harbor, will probably be an
other vessel of the fleet. The llln*
Star company stairs that the fleet
between Sett!- and Bt. Michael will
Include a steamer brought around
from the Atlantic, in case th*
**on->r*any"B steamers now used as
transports It*, retained by th* gov
ernment. The Aureola will arrive
here from Han Francis*., during tb*
I present month.
11. C. Btevens, general weatern
passenger agent of Hi* Ureal Nkirlh*
em. left this morning for California.
He will be gone (everal weeks on a
tour of inspection ..f tbe lines about
i P. A. Valentine, traveling passen
ger agent of the Canadian Pacific at
Han Francisco, la In the city from
LIKE CASE OF
Ounkard Girl Confesses Her
Sins Before the Church.
t'OMi'.VA. r-al.. April T.—"flefor*
my (tod and the whole church 1 . .in
fers my Bins. I . unless that I hays
broken find's l»w."
Th* speaker » aa Mlsa Telia Over
hnltier, eldest dauKhter of a million
aire ..range (rower of th* l.means
Th, .„■>-.isinn was the assemhlaae
of the whole Imiikas-| dennmlnallnn
at a Ursa church at L/irdsburg. It
Is a modern Instance of the sin of
Ileal. I*yrnn* snd her Puritan pas*
tor, Mr. I'lmesdale, In Th" Hearlet
Seven year* B»o the Ilev, i-Mwnr.l
A. Miller wbb called to th,. presiden
cy of th* 1 • link a 1 college st laords
bur» from Philadelphia.- Amons the
«lrl students at the rolleca was Cel
la Overholtier. Hh-- was li and an
unusually pretty t:rl Ktie became
his secretary. Then rumors began.
Ulrls left the school 1,-, -nt-- of what
they sail and heard. The rumor.
Miss 1 iv,-rh'ilti, r'« mother was dy
ing Bt the time IB I BBS* did not hear
of the gossip. I "Ist month th* moth
er died, and Ihen, when all lannis
burg began I" discuss UM scandal,
her fsther bssasd her in tell the
truth. Mli wept and protested her
Three days ago when the Dunk- j
ards were preparing for their revival
.ervl.es and nightly prayer meet
ings were In progress Miss Over
holtjer awokn her father lata at
night, and. throwing herself on th*
door st his bedsld*. told hltn that,
at last her conscience bad over
whelmed her. and Bhe must ronfess
wrongdoing for six years. The ten
ets of the 1. 11,) .1 1 denomination re
quire that all sins shall he told th*
church, so ''.Hi ' •* "i holts. 1 fobs In
the family pew '" I rend her confes-
Sinn from a sheet of paper. Her
voice una broken and .-linking Over
ISM pel ion* were present and all
were sympathetic. 11 was some tlfjii
before in. presiding elder Could re
cover hi* voire. Then, in faltering
accent*, he read a more detailed con
fession of the erring raster and "f
fered prayer for her. HomsOSß mov
ed the - pulsion at Miller from the
church and It was tarried amid
tears and cries.
Miller knew what wit* coming. He
had K"ne with in. family to Los An
geles a few hours 'a... but he left
a BOts confessing his guilt, nnd ask
ing the prayers of his church. Miss
OverhnltJier wna carried from He
church to her boms helpless sad In
a dn*e. One if her Tour brothers
Is today said lv be Insane from
Death of the Princess Attrlb-
uted to Various Causes.
; HoN.it.ri.t». March 11.—(Via Han
Francisco, Api tl,—Tha death at
Princess KiiUnl has arouaed lie la
tent superstitions allloriß th* natives
ami all sorts of stories are In circu
lation an.in- tinan ai lv occult signs
ami phenomena at th* time of her
death, and now connected tt un ,-
In a way tint easily understood In
those in,t vi ipialriCt 1 Intimately It '.111
Ihe nallve character and int.dss of
thought. ' 'H-- story In circulation
is lhat during her Illness son nne
told the princess that Kshunaa were
praying for her death sn I lhat sh*
was unable entirely to shake off the
hereditary rear at Ihls power of the
Kahunas, and that lhat rear had
much to do with ►__«.'*' ' tjrm-
-,-n.it.on or her ftinesa. As lo who
had secured tl..- servlcea of this
Kahunas fur 'hat malign purpose
Iher* la much wagging »f h*ad* and
innuendoes pointing to the .1
Another story In ■ -iitßll'.n I* th*.
the princess heard of the prediction
of tbe Puna prophetess regarding in
Impending death thai would mak*
Mswati mourn and lhal wh*n shs
became 111 this preyed on her mind
and had Its Influence In csuslng her
On* <hlng that has greatly per
plexed Ih* superstitious Hawaiian.
lis th' fart that Ihere In been no
more run of th- little red fishes
which are always supposed lo pre
cede a roral Hawaiian death. In
fart, the harbora and Bhnals of Ih*
Islands have been ursually free nf
-I.e.* little destb-pressglng omens.
Ho far from allaying superstition,
this fa, I has only served to Increas*
11. 11 IB taken to Indicate that the
Hawaiian system of omen* ant
signs Is .mi of gear tn a .n-.e way,
and that dire and unheard-of cal*
studies must ft.lh.w la the Hawaiian
Among olher superstttlnus fan .
thai have been art In onnec*
Han wllh Ibe d*ath of lb* prince**
I* the fact—Just noted since her
l-alh thai th- paragraph It Mrs,
1 Hemic* I'aualn flishop's will In
which ih* li menlion*d and given a
legacy I. numbered II fly this par*
agraph the princess -a. ait,ti a life
eatats in a little parcel of is... land
containing- a beautiful soring and j
embracing between 2» and 4» arces.
Th* land Is known bb Kanewkl. and
means great spring. Within tb* last
two or three years 11 ha* greatly
enhanced in valve and i* now easily
worth no's) an sere.
EXCURSION TO KENT.
An e«curslon. given by Ihe Wo
men's Missionary society. led Ifcli
Of-ming on th* » o'clock train of th.
Northern Pactßo las K*nl. Tb*
total number of eicurstonlsts was *1.
They will return this evening.
V. M. I. SMOKER.
A. T. it. I smoker s.« given at
Pioneer hall last nighl. TTM enter
[tainment rommttte* fir Ihe evsnlna
consisted of J. Ituibaum. I. Wlvaln,
11. Trt* Tha following I-r-ir.m
was rendered Clrimth. Overlur*: 3.
Hint, turn snd < ha* Oerdner. "tally
Bong en.or*. "Hreak the News to
Mother": B. Mclntyr*. violin solo; 3.
'•«rr*h*r. IMory; J. Wilson, rectta
tton: F. M. lierni.tl. 'Just As th*
-tun Went Down"; encore. "The Bhlp
I love": n. Moore, fttory; 3. Hub
baum. "I Hot a Taller (in encore.
In! Mia. Jones Kber Come Itock";
K. Melntyre. Lullaby Bong; P. lie-
Clusky, Throw Him Down Mc-
Clus*y"| encore. "Harney Coot*
Home"; fall chorus. Farewell.
Th* nervous man had gnn* from
corner lo corner In a vain effort t.»
guess al which corner the motnrman
endowed with lordly author!' by
his superior., wonkl next consent to
take on passengers. At last ha* sat
down on a fire plug and eirlalm*d:
"I wish w*'*d have another bus-
Th* people who beard glared In
dignantly and one. errtslmed:
"What do you mean by wishing
any such wish as that""
I "I know it seems Inhuman, I sp
; predate th* disagreeable faatui Ot
such an occasion si mm as any
body. Out a billiard Is th* only
ihlng I can think of hit I la deal
lure to ■ton on* of these cars."—
WABIirNOTfTN. April 7.—Vice
' president II -l.nrt passed a g sod
night and was considerably Improv
NEWS OF DEATH
Twice He Has Been a Messen
ger With Dread Tidings.
AItMOITtI'AI.I',. Kan . April 7.—
Th* news of th. 1.,.th of Mr* John
Paige, a pioneer, In the little town
of Muncle, 111 the western part of
Wyandotte i mint*. as carried to
Almoin.lale this week 1-a a shep
hi "I dog. and In response In Hi*
i message an BadaTtaaar went Imme
diately lo Mtincle to prepare the
body for burial.
i The dig, « li".* name Is "Hhep," Is
owned by < loots" ha-1- B, who Is
[employed ns a night man nt Intn
, lei* Urns' livery stable and under
taking establishment, rtlchardsnn
|is a son of Mrs. Pair*, tl,. deal
' woman. He went lo Miim-I.- la see
how his mother-in-law was gelling
along in i learned that there a* Bo
hope for her recovery. ll* had lik
en Bhsp" with him. As he wns
obliged to return to Armourdal* to
report for duty that night he decide I
to leave th* do," to art SS messenger
If It should lie necessary to send any
word I. him befiiro he returned lo
Muncle Bgnln the '"-»' aflsrnoon.
When death rnme to Mrs. Palg*
her '1 lllllllli I called "oil' I' " ll*
wngged bis tall and seemed la un
derstand whnt ii* expelled of him,
„- ii,,. girl i.i.i ii ribbon around his
neck and attached in '■ to It, With
tears In tier eyes »'"' sold:
"Now, ehsp,' good old dog, go
home," .ii 4 nwny went the dog.
This wiiii at 8 look In the morn
ing. The distance to Armourdiile Is
seven miles. Persons traveling weal
over Hunt.a boultivaid passed a dog
Till. SEATTLE ST A It.
•illh a nnl.. attached 10 111- alinggy
Ufa k nnd limited after hint nnd
wondered, Hut the dug ran stralghl
un, looking Beltlfl' to lh» right nor
i. in- It-rt. lie was hearing n mesa*
age .if death.
iii,mi |;sn ,', i... I. In, ran Into the
livery stable at Arnmurdal* tind Is*.
can la search fni' his maaler. The
statil, titett satv the paper and tried
to ratt-h III" *|iik. lo" h* evaded ttiein
snd ran down ihe ..in i to a build
ing it In m Mr. ami Mis. nichardson
scrupled reams, lie pattered up a
Ifing flight of slalr*. llit-n down a
lung, dark hallway, until he came In
ii llttl* bark room, the itnur of wljeh
was closed but not latched. Wllh hli
r.-r- p.nt" "illii|i" |<ush*d open lh*
dour anil went to the. ildo nf Ihe bed
wh. r* Richardson was lying nileep.
lie was awakened by his dog hark-
I ing in his fsee and Immediately de*
t.i. litiiK lh* note from Ihe dog's eel*
lar he opeiied 11 .ml read lh* words:
"Mother ll dsad."
This was not the flrit message of
death "Uh»p" had carried to Itlch
ardsun. A j-ear ago he lived In n.
little country lown tn Hahraaka, *••!•
•aT.TI.Vat "«n a farm 25 miles distant.
lie had taken "Mhep" with him and
lakeli the din. back lo ir.-pi'i. lft*l
th* 1..-.i. 'i of hla baby, Tne child
had Iwcli siik for BOWS time. In Bl
few days Ihe dog returned to him I
|*» it'i Ihe message from Mrs. Hlrh- j
i-! ...ii which read;' "Coma hum*, j
llaby Is dead."
Another litrs* emu** *rr**t*-l the
perfiirtnance of th* Ihrllllng naval
drama. "The Commodtite," al Ibe
Tlilrd avenu* theater last night.
Tomorrow lha usual matinee will
be alien, and lh» company Hill rl.taie
tin Berk's engagement tomorrow
At Dennv hell. In the Cnlvorslty
tonight, tlie students will give a
performance of "F*h« Htoopa tn Cm
uuer,** Everythlnß has been d,.ne
to 111, « Ihe presentation a credit
*l,le <>ne. Cars will run every flf.
teen minute* after 7.11 o'clock to ac
t." m .:.,!■-■ thuse vaho desire to at
Bunday afternoon Wagner's Itand
111 glv* a ion, etl at Ihe Heattle
theater fnr the bent-fit ,*f the uni
form fund. The Vlttoria trio will
be una of the fralurcs uf ths con*
ALONG THE WHARVES
rVhonner Admiral n.*»ey la filling
out for a trip to lha halibut Inula.
oif Cat a Ftaltcry.
Pchooner Nellie fl. Thurston Ball
ad Ihlß r,.. mine for Bubl"I-" «':ti . In
Ihe Cook Inlet counlry, with freight
for Ibe vi- It-ti,- ii *. Moulhwlck
company's stni* at thit place. Hhe
Blsa had on board KM*-! feet .*f lum
ber far parties Bl riiinris. City.
•>,->,. i - American limn Bl
Qullcene. arrived last evening from
*s-p*dlll<m in ih* • ring Hea. litis
Ibat port, f-h* I-..!, a return cargo
nf general merchandise.
Brhexinev !. i.-le i,r. ri». li. Btl'i 1
haa b**n Piling out for cod fishing,
completed liking on her cargo of
*_.'., and will pf.ibably sail today.
Fishing schooner I.lla Q hss ar
rived from Cape Flaliery with a
catch of sis lons of halibut.
Tug Ma- Is nn Ihe ways at
Vol an-. ship yard receiving repair*
and a new wheel.
Th- Is a pile-driver and rrew at
work on the west end of Arlington
d**rk_ rcpalrln* Ihe plies and'floor
H l.■• --■ -i. •:'--.! r- and Halcyon,
have arrived al Hallard fr.un H*n
Francisco lo load lumber fair C-ll
f .M,l a ports.
The steal llumltnldt. salltn-t for
Hkagway on April ». wilt take up thi
pasaengrra which were to have :■•■■■
north on the steamer City of T- ; ■ k.i.
Th* ship Marlon Chllcott failed lo
gel away for Manila last evening
owing to various drlay* In receiving
.'lift to SI to the Philippines, and
th* shipping of a crew. 81m will
leave during the day In tow of the
tug Wanderer, which will lei her
aa far as Cape Flatter**,
The Pnclile crisis! learner Hants
Crtis at '!' leave today for Ihe spot
Where lh* City of Tim "k.i went
ashore, .'it*- will lak* up mat. rial
with hi. 'i to repair the damage.
Friday Morning.—The merrhants
on Wast street reported fairly giw.il
business todsy. INiullry Is coming
In heavy. !'*->:* or.- si ill firm. Tlie
potitlo market i- unchanged. Hev
eral enr loads of pntnlnes Bre ex
peeled from the ens! today. Menly
of unlive rhubarb ts cmlng In. A
choice vnrlely of letiuee Is now .oi
Ihe market. Small flab, are still
The following prices .... <- of.
• ii., th* producer by th* local
dealers for delivery In round lots .m
th* dork or In Ihe car ot Heattle.
Ornln —IMI I .IT. Pali- -.. |J"l;
tt lie it. chl.ken feed. 111; bran.
It:.; , .lis. 11l
liny — Puget sound, 17 per Inn;
"-.astern Washington timothy, 111.50
012; alfulfn, I*.
Bags _ Hlrlctly fresh ranch, ii
Putter — Fresh ranch, iodic;
Poultry — Chickens, live. He; live
Live Hlnck—Clinic*beef .tn. cows
Ie; steers. IHOBC! "rood hogs, live,
4*r,c: In.-a. dressed, da. , calves,
dressed, lurge, <!'•; smnll, '■ 'lies.
live, Inrge, 4-; smnll te.
111.1.... Pells and Wool — llenvv
sunt I Balled sleers, over BO pounds,
8c; medium sound, per pniind, 7He;
light sound, under f.fi. pnitnils. 7.-.
1 row -i sound, nil latitat 7-. stags,
' bulla in i men. 44751*; suited klps,
7c; calves, per pound, 8c; green hides,
1.- less than sailed: dry hides, per
pound, 12c; dry culls, one-third less;
Slim- deer, per pound, *>30?4c;
wlnti r User, dry, I4CII papery
deer. H7I2C-, dry elks, liii'inc; green
elk. 10*101 rhecp pelts. HOMoI shear
lings, iriiU2sc: .Knsti-m Washington
wool, •<•; Western Washington Wool,
12c; dirty nr timber tiiirtied, 10c; tnl
The Jobbing quotations tmlny were
i Sugar Uubbltiv)—Uoldin C, In bljls, (
i%r', extra C, In bbls, l"f,c; powdered.
IHO I dry granulated. I*"»0| cube, ttic:
beet, lii; spot rush prices.
Floor, bio, (Jobbing)— Patent I.x.
ccllenl. IS.ni Novelty A. 13.00: Htsr
(linliers'l. 12-78; Csllfnrnla brands,
t.lffl; corn meal, yellow, II.CO pi r I""
'It. In 10-lh sacks; corn menl. white.
li r.:. per 100 lbs In 10-lb sacks; 'on It
wheal flour, pure, 11.M per so lbs In
• lb sacks! cracked wheal, I! 15 per
100 tha In in in sacks: farina, 13.13
per 100 Ihs In I" Ib sacks; rarlna. 13
per ion lh* In S-lb *. ks: Bteel-cut oat
nieal..***."*) per 100 Ihs In I" II Backs)
graham flour. 11 78 per 100 Ihs In 10-lb
sarka; whol* wheat flour, 11.11 t»-r
100 Ihs In I" li. sacks; rye meal, 12.10
per 100 lbs in 10-lb Backs; ry* flour,
li. per I'KI llil 111 10-lb a it li*.; Split
peas, pin 11. aa. 1,-. |2 L 0; split peas,
11 per mo lbs in 2S-lb boxes; pearl
barley, 11.21 per ion lbs In sacks;
n In-it flukes, 75 ;ti boxes, 12 10:
a heat flakes, t; :," per case of 111 X-lh
pkgs; fancy rolled oats, 1- *■'. i„-r
hale, In Sll. sacks; corn meal, yellow,
I" mi p. r bbl In .'." lh Backs: corn
ne il white, 12.10 per bbl In t.« 11.
._..- teJtoSWiHiai Hour, pure, 11. to
per bbl. In no-lb sacks; cracked
wheat. II p.-r bbl In M-lb Backs; steal
cut ost meal. Hit per bbl In M-lb
sacks; graham flour, 12 HO per bhl In
60-lb sacks; whole wheat flour. II per
bbl In : n .... rys meal, 11.7*. per
bbl In tvo-lh sacks; rya flour, 11 per
bhl; fancy rolled oats.lsO Iba not bbla,
11.41, fancy rulled osts. IS' Ib sacks.
11.20; fancy rolled oats, per CBS*.
Coffee fJ hi.inr) -ilre.-n — Mocha,
per lb, nolle; Java, per Ib, 24tT:*c;
Costs Hies, choice, per Ib, 15019 c.
It tailed Ai |„ ale's, in I*" 11, cases.
Per cwl.. 111,76; <;t, it. esses, per cwl,
IILM; M-lb esses, per tttl, 111,95;
Jsva, 50-lb lins, per Ib, «3c; Back. 14c;
Aden Mocha, t7%e; Caraeola. »2o;
tluatemala. lie; ground rnfYee, 110
toe: Lion, iocs. $11.7*.; 14*. 111.15; »c,
biittvr, Chssts, Cgfi snd Poultry
Hotter — Ranch l«012e: fancy
dairy. In Bqu-irrs, IMiiJ.-; Washing
ton errs merles, 1-lb prints. 2102tc:
|-...r. in. lowa snd l.lgln. 2-0 2*.
Cheese "-il.l.ir-.gi — Native Wash
ington. l.t»oUcj K-slcrn. UViO
Kggs f Jobbing) — Blrlclly fresh
ran'h. IS.fi If,,
Comb honey — California. lie;
sir i'i.,.,|. Je.
Pmiliry-flresaed chickens. 11.01**;
live chickens, 14c; live turkeys. 110
lie; dressed i.-.-a*. 11014 c; dressed
Walnuts, per lb. sacks, 12014 c;
•—st- - black walnuts, l"*-; .ana,
12011 c; rat.-1-n 14c; almonds, fancy,
soft shell. 11020 c: almoadi. No. 2.
tinir,; peanut., ifyfe; pine. He;
hkkory, 10r; ctM-.iar.uts. per dosea,
.**-. popcorn, *c per lb
Hay. Crilß sad feed.
Hay (Jobbingi — Puget Hound, per
ton. I'.itJ. I.astern Washington tim
othy. 111014: alfalfa. IIS.
Oela (Jobbing»-- Per ton, 1210)0.
Bariei I tolls 1. tttQ 2*.
Corn-Whole. 121.W; cracked. 1,22.
1.1 meal, per ton. IZi.
Feed-Wbeat. I21022:oll cake meal.
tu. mid Dings. 121U2J; bran. 117;
shorts, 111; chopped feed. I2IAU:
dairy chopped ft .-I. lis. seel OBIS.
Fresh Meat ij.-t>i,ingi -Cow beef.
Be per lb; steer beef, tV»o per Ib;
mutton. wether. Be per lit. pork, tl»c
per Ib; Veal, targe, to per lb. small.
Provisions (J«,bb(nß>— llsms. large.
low.*, hams, small, lie; breakfast
bacon, tl'.' dry salted sides. lI4C,
I.atd I Jobbing)—Jlome-made.perlb.
7"t,e; While ■tor, lc; Coin Speclait,
ISc; laid, compound, Uercea, **»< .
it. x. •V
[ Fresh Fish ili.t,'.ing>—llslir. I*-,
04H; salmon, 7ti*e; steclhcad sal
mon. 1010 c; salmon trout. 12 v.
floundera. 204; i .i.i • cod. ic,
trout. ItHUISc; shrimps. 10c; ihad.
*07e; smelt. 40**; • ■■■limit, river
smelt. 101,-. herring. St".* turn cod.
4c: oysters. Otympla.l M per sack.
11.10 per gallon, clams, II.M per
ssck: Ilungeneia crabs, live. 11.10;
cooked. II 10.
r.fs'tes I Jobbing s - White Hirer
Hurt.ansa 117040; Island Karly llsw*
121: liland While. 11.41 H. Taklma
and ur.-t.-on. M. native all*
rat skin oidcna, 112011 per ton: in.
gon am- Taklma Hirer skin, fancy,
li* .21 per Ion; beets, 11 per sack;
carrots tie per sack: rutabagas.
(So per lark; turnips, lie per
Bark: . at.fig". *'■ - parsnips. »*k |i II
per Bark: cauliflower, fsle per
ilosen: green peal. Be; srtl-In*.-*,
an,- per doien; garlic. Be; celery,
California asparagus. tC«c per Ib;
rhubarb, f>c per th. tomato |;.;- per
Green Fruit (Jobbing) Oranges.
seedling, 1201.50; navels. 11.7504;
lemnn*. 130*; apples, fan. II.St
03 per box: coking apples. >.'•. Ml I
mm It'll; bananas. 11.75ff3.50 per
bunch: Callfnrnla black figs. 20-lb
bnxrs. 11.50; Smyrna figs, a— par it*.
n*w dat*s. 7tyc; aweet apple all, .
rartona, til!.. M.d. suets, J* ;•:,_*
1.50; tangarlnes, 11.
Lumbar aad Building Material'
Logs— Superior quality, per M. No.
I fir, t*©7, merchantable fir, 14.600
.■7... No. 1 cedar, f-'n 7: common, par
SI, 13.5005; spruce logs. lii su. cedar
shingle holts. l.v::.'i : bo.
Kir Lumber—Hough, J* thick fin- !
' ish, surfaced, one or two sides. I. 10
--and 12 inches wide, |!.".'.i-''>. lengths
13 to 11 feet; special lengths, MB per
SI extra; one-Inch finish. 113018; all
vertical grain, II per M extra,
1 Flooring, ill cased and matched, 1170*
.1. ilea boards, 8-Inch. 19451 iv M
luch. I'« ".I is; 13-Inch. 118011. Fenc
ing. No. 4 nr 1-Inch finish. II; No. I.
IB; V or rhnnnel rn-.tli or drop sid
ing, weight !<kMJ lbs. Illff 14. Fir Um
ber J.lists snd scantlings, rough,
PUOi", 16; H 1 H 1 K. W.50W13: H 4 H.
lll'.ill. Ho* boards, 13-inch and up,
Washlnglnn Hed Cednr Lumber —
Rough, »*•"''. bevel aiding, it eight 700
lbs 114015.50; celling, welgbls Hob, 1,
3 and 3, H-lnch, 1300 lbs: Nos. l. 1.
and 3, ;.. 111. Ii 700 II", 11.1027; wnlns* i
collng, linoil; 1.1.11, . 1255728; "A"
shingles, 11.25; em iidnrtl shingles,
11.10; 1-Inch finish. 12. II and il feel.
ISSOI4, Ihlck finish, 12803(1; ''.I
squares, 7. 8, » and 10 feet, 1241130;
Klln-drled. 11 In advance of green. ,
i-iiii ■\. -i' April 7. — Cattle—
iieevcs, 14.1001.7111 Blockers, t3.r,nnr '
I.MI cows, 12414.75; Texnns, 13.750
Una- — I.lifht, I,MOi.H; nitißh, 5c
lirwnr; mixed. **1.60tti3.87; heavy, 1.1.70
O».M| pigs, 13 8010.1.70.
Wieep—..vatives, 13.TE01; w*it«rn,
mi 1..", luiulta. i-t'o-a,*. 1
t^^^jjk^^ Look into our show
m "' r % window, then visit the
<**$§^Ih^ ,lllC of' ••lsP*-'-" i,ut
IVIE-IM'S STYLISH *
UP-TO-DATE FURNISHING GOODS
We want Mm to be benefited by the Latest
Fashions we have congregated for your
Mf'X'H Fin* Fur fedora lists; MBS'H Fine Tor Fedora Hals, on I
cheap It 11.75 and 12; our price, new nobby blocks, bsodaoinely
11.2"i and Il.tiO earn, irlmmed; I ■ 7!. value, only 12 .
each. _ '.of.
MKN'H Klnesl Quality Fur Fedora ..*._.„ , .■.,- "W.m, Z tatT^T.
ll.i*. bsit-er-ae. Wear aad ««•*♦»_ J£5S*J ?J>l.,™ n , tl /
trltntnlng near; eoual to any It anlwidM weari-a; 7Se value, only
hat made; only 12 each. •*■ **1*""
..,-«,_ .*, _._ _ „ MKN S Tina UUBdriel While Bhlrti. ;
UI.N'H Kin* Madras Hot 11..- „,„ D „,„ mi ,„-.* of *,-«,
Hhlrts. handsomely made, laun- york _.., mut n„, ,„. r r., t nt*
.Iried cuffs, plain neck hand. 7*. __. v _ |u , „_,, only 7ic ,_,.._,
and si.: ...... MIC.N'B Fine Baleen Neglegee Bhlrtf.
MKN'H 1..in..1 M..! Fine I'ercale .itiful new spring styles; "So
Whirls, handsome patterni. Mc each.
and Ma each. Mm*."'* Colored Hoso-i snd Cuffs
".*__ *''."_''' _.. _ <.*, hue llody Dress Whirls, beau
'"•'-' ■■ '"■ and Ilk. each. uful p.,,/,-,; we. tat and Mrs
7VTTB, 15c and 25c a pair. each.
Lane Assortment of M and Underwear, Etc.
O. W. PETERSON & BRO.
206, __08. 210 Pike *-*_.."
_£o*o, «:Uo, «_:ii-/ r-*iKo s-=>^.
Delivered Electrically tar Msnuficluring sr.d Industrial Ulei
Snoqualmio Falls Power Co.
in'- itiiu tuum » 6iini. mm, mmt scan m m n,» «.
Our Rental Plain:
I■ii.i.l. . at,ry boas* la IB* city li
enjoy a i
Piano or Organ
Yea are rordtatlr i«»lia»*i lo cell
• I*o ll.lt.ttl.alc III"* tame.
Sherman. Clay & Go.
Sl* Be—natal A.**** • - . Seattle '
In a .New, Slightly Used
PIANO or ORGAN
Remember we have the
Largest .in.l Most Com
plete Stock in the City.
Call or at-, lor pure, and Unas.
D. S. JOHNSTON
903 tor.. M. Elite BllltlU
~~i i i~~
CAIIN & COHN
HIGHEST CASH PRICE
a ■ aa .
Foot of Toiler Aye.
la __h fcj
Inrvstliil* this: MOO i-atll list* In three
veers, * ill tat a rtotibl* corner lot. with new
lini-iov.-t.i.ni- that I. mi lor |l't I'lea*.
IlKtire lh* lltl.-r, «I on this lm ettuient.
His.* BOS Mar Yon* lint. a
Rfl_A' .a TI.-hetotnce.olil First see
*"» n -itrtlN I I.on* Main 117.
alnflTH'* P a lesve. "all! Arrive
N-*_, ..u/aY »■» ►■tereti. am
•" flAlLW** a. m. Ml. Vernon p.m.
IV*" *" New ** '.at.....
I .' l>. in -i*..ksii. li.-.lniiil Salop, tu.
hi. I'sul, litili'BKO mil Kail,
i arrtliiK I. S. Mm! T.i nil Orlenlsl I'nlnts ,
"Id/iim. Maru" Will Sail
or Japan, i Hum ami All afaatl* t'nrta
About April 10, 1899
BOARD OF HEALTH.
Tin- beard of health will boM Its
rcKttlnr meetlnß In Dr. N.-it lands
!!„-,. iii tin- ri-'ii -1 bulldlnc to- 1 '
ni.'lit. The iii' iii 'ii of the board
will 1,.. , -nil. d In the unsnnltnry enn
illllon of the property In the vicinity ,
of |i I, oi I street anil With avenue. '
"Oo'll Ii -\ I. i Co link i r moment, ,
"i ii i., , .i.i* d me mild woman I
I. ii. in' the mum, .in' <-'l cum oil all' ,
die ■aa4a" ' - . i
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I> I >
I I < .
' ' Wllh ■ -sw. Iti-trt.-' ten Book. ' '
1 > Picks, sod tan. sinis.. j |
I ! For $6i!
ii +' ii
WINTER & HARPER
i i Bsrfcs Bsllliai *,'!» Walk, < ,
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• e**ooooooßß'Bao*>aßßoaßaß ■
Acme Publishing Go*
P. 0. Alley. phone Red 1064
Restored lv natural coin J
SO* nil Si, bciweea Third anal Fuiinta
800 SECOND AYI.NTE
H.adquarur. ler Alaska View*,
VI.ITVBB La Roche
Up. to-Oils Grosnd Floor Stadia
Cor. Seeoatl Are. and Colon rat,, Beatti*
amitii rkitii it MM Ii fait i**n**«i
San Diego Fruit Go.
-dies, Pike Street
Lamest Stock of Fruit and Net*.
IN SEATTLE »
m fill rui ii I Ut-Util tv.::.
The Hniiinkcr Music Co.
Pike and riftli, Seattle.
runersl iitreeutr. sod kuiOaimers. I
Parian, Third at*, aad Columbia fa, I
I.',[-'.. ii ■ Main 11 Statu*. Wash, g
It KB. * - -
TUB 1 111.--. NATIONAL BANK 0»
Paid up Capital liv.nna
(ienerat l.aiiltlit* lualucu trautaclei.
Jatnea Ii line*, Jr rre.il.-nt
Maurice Mi Mitk. . . . Vie* President
1* "i,-i Turner Cashier
K. F. Park hunt . . . . Assonant Cashier
Mirtil and lrle|traptiii' exebsn*** parable.
ill ail ill.- principal cities ot IBs Untied
Mat*-, and Europe.
'' ' ' '—— 1 1— _
THE 11 i. II -HMI NATIONAL BANK
Capital stock paid In fi.*.,**!
I*lll pIUS —,i*Jtl
Jacrtlt Furth rresldstil
K. C. 5..r,-i.ler Vice PlBlklSBI
li. V. taken) Cashier
Corre.poialent. In sll the principal eltles la
the I'nlteal etste. snit l.nriti**.
-- - - ■ . -"-*
JAMKB in 1 MM 1 1.1., loan, and In.uranoa
a* •ion block . leii'i-lioiie Mala ii».
I'OH »ai.K-4ITV llHAl7r*iTAT_. '
Hill s iI.H Ilnltttkn Block and other toff*
a l.i*il ill* praiperty Slid Isrtns, .Ileal*,
James 1- ■' a ell, ltssoi and Insurance, H
I to* lon block.
"ll AMINU A CAIIIiMV. ■
lIIMINI. Al 111 l VV.
Rest and only thorough Dancing 8e11a..1 In
city; day- and oisiilns. 7th and Columbia.!
I llll' I l Ills _ANI» 111 ll.llf-iHN.
A. I*. Keindall A Co., Biasing, screen., win
.l..*., .1..,.,. Tel. ..... en >*,* Sprint.
m ___,___, _______________________
II IMIIUMI, HUT VIA I I It 111 11 IMI
linn _i Plumbing Co. High rads work.
Cornet T sin! snd Mprlns. -pli.-iin Huff 471.
- ' . .. .. .1
Mill INlillV. |
Mi.. Urn., corner Fourth sod Tina,
Complete- stock. Moderate prleaa
______ * i
I I 111 111 -, iii isiti.. •
s.-uttii* cloth,,. Pressing Co. keep real
, lollies til. .hap* for It. aipai m,mill i tlyflus.
BtsuAlßfUtlVßitlug. UaijlalßV. Tll.B-B Uut