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wlmji w»tt», May V*. -In the dl»-
Met mart today Judje Uncord de
«UM that section IM of the code of
WanMngton Territory i. invalid. Ae
aartlan U an fglown:
**?W w»»—Any person hartux mnrt
pH IPefaenal property. who ehail mao I
the mm* from the crreaty where It waa Ml
gated at Om date of the mortgage. before it
tldatf HIKM' rt. or without the ftwaent ia
HllUaa af tie mortgager. or who rftal) ■*!!
<f mapnat of the Moe, or u; latere*
iWiofu, where lie part* with the pimm ■■Uw
thereof, or who ihaJl arrretc the mrf. that!
had mail i guilty at a ariadeamnor. and
en eoavfrttoa (hall be panUh<-d by I a.trie
•■■••t to Iba eoant/ Jail for a terai not
MNNtaflknefan.
11l teUid); the <|oe«tinn the rauri!
Md that the title lo thi* act en not
hrond enough to cover the criminal !
provMona, the title aimpty «pe*k!ng of *
■wlmw on peraonat property. The
dCCMon la no way affect* the validity
of ehattle mortgage* ri«ejit that no
o«e can be criminally j>uni»h«-.! for re
moving or ariling the mortgaged prop
erty.
rmom tai-oma.
*»e Street Medea? X«erly Ready-
Praftrew ef Kallrewl Kex
ef MM Trrr-nTi
i-T»C»M», Mar B. Flit wan put in
®t aleani ilummjr thin Afterm*on in«t
to "warm her up." they ..id, The
boiler wax iottnd to Irak a little but n..t
enough to interfere. The and
platform* of the pMnrngn car* were
Mao put In place and the outfit which
b«Kin« to look am though it wa* reallv
■ tot* pot to some uw, attracted
afcWraMe attention Tlx- track* arr
BOW down anil in abape almost to the
wharf. Jlr. Itennett *ay* everytbintr
will br ready to Iwgin running in a fee
W now. |x>««il>|y |,y Monday limb
doubt I* eipreuol. however, as to the
faaijibility of running the oteani motor
through the afreet*, because of the
danger attendant in the matter of
frightening hor.se*.
terffiM TH* LIS*.
Thorn** 1 1. NIIIHI, who ha> charge
of the, aurveying j>»rty locating the
line of the Tacoma, Ellensburg ami
('•onnoliy Hallway A Navigation Com
pany, came over to the city to engare
• second transit-man, on Tuesday. lie
returned yesterday with hi* man ami
aay» he will push the line rapidly lo
the river; tout the route t« entirely
paaaahle and that ttie work of con
atrurtion will begin immediately upon
the Una being located and proper sur
vey* being made. He »ay» he ha* the
la»t party of men he baa ever had, es
pecially tor a new set.
L K. Post, president of this com-
Cy, went to neattle tlii* morning to
>ect the work lietng done there
upon the machinery for the new bout
being built for f'aaco for Uieiu and
which in designed to run on thf Col
umbin from wie Hiiltnoti ririr to thr
point U»« road touches the river
TH* t.AKT ami nit rtaaT.
The last meeting nf the present city
council will lie lidd tomorrow after
noon nnd will wind up It- unllui*hcl
busine**. The new council luetf will
hike their place*, and with Mayor
elect Krum take the oath uf office and
begin the work of whooping things up.
for which, it would sveui, they were
elected.
ruom OI.MI'IA.
(leerral t'ltj and <'•«■«} New*
1 tela—Hew Corporations.
(ll.fHnt.Wl) ♦t." At the meeting
of the rtty council la*t night very little
buainea* of importance wa> transacted,
tnoat of the time being devoted to a
discussion of needed street Improve
ment*. but very little definite action
wax taken on any. The only street im
provement* ordered to lie made were
on Twelfth utreet, which will he graded
and otherwise improved at once.
Itluuor license* were granted to (lini
blet A Yeager mid John Nhirltl*.
An AfiprotiriaiU>n of $&"» wn-
for Uie rf jHiir of UM» mid ***wiery
In the city halt; *ft«»r w hicli the ceun
vtt adjourned
""Much dissatisfaction i* einrrunl by
numerous property holder* here at thr
dilatory action of (he council in regard
to inuen nee-led *treet nnd other im
provenient* all other the city It I*
claimed that matters whi-h were
brought to the attention of the council
by petition, several week* ago, have
failed to receive any rectwdthm what
ever.
roi'MTV coMuimioaKaN
The IKIIM of county commissioner*
have under advisement the construe
lion of the two bridge*, one at t'pner
Tumwater Kail* an.l one »<ros* the
Deachute* river at Tenial.-ut prairie
The matter of the construction of lioth
bridge* will lie ilefinitely decided 1«-
fore the adjournment of the lioard
A liquor II- ens* waa yeeterday grant
ed U> VV. J. Hunter,of Tenlno.
Old warrant* to thr aniount of 911
Were entered canceled
Many road* have been ordere<l view
erf and located upon appli- ation of in
kmatnl (wrtiea.
aanaait. Norm.
City Attorney C. 11 Aver ha* t-ecn
%ulte 111 during the past few dav*. hut
is now convalescent.
Mr. Clifton Jamies« >n passed through
Jhe oitx yesterday «in lii* wnv to M->n
teMWo. While here he wa* the guest
of his cousin, Mr. ] C. Ilorr.
Movertior fM'inplc still sojourns at
Vancouver.
c >ae->airi >** r ann<.
ArltcWa ii( incorjionttlon havr hrrn
, filed with Hecrriary Owlnvi of thr
V fhahalu lloom t'om|«tt) 1U capital
1 it and tiir tru«trr< arr
1 Otm. M. Ktn»r*on. t\ It tVratherwa*.
I W. A. An.lt>r«>n. \V l» M* k an.l i
Wooding I !■« li« to carry on
!a lojjttii)! bu»liic*« Thr prin
« i|xll |4a<r ot l>uatnc«ui i» Alwrilrrtt
Ah>, thr (J-.irrn till lltkrry ami
I <Vtmlv OnmpUK of f*eattlr. mtha
icaiatal stock of flo,i«M, and with W'n
MttrrhotT. A. Kn* and K. f» IV
Woifr «i tru»trr- Thr luiim of thr
corporation iWliim it» nhjwt,
Utr I'm k font
l,„l\vattlr Tit* ra|«U*l *Uw. i«
» It'c tru»te»» at* .1 I M<-
u £*~\ f. J Hunt. A I* Mr* art.
.. I", Natwr J. I' l*m man,
TI-. Si"'" * n '' ,! «l!ar.l
L t . W" U> a-talli-h an.l o|H-r
•tehtt ar'A,*, tine- r. x--.1t!,.
tS' . V," \t MBit l4kr I i '..>!!
. V* r^.^k> t'ompanv of
£? 1 . , l P ,*" • *l'\ m... ; t . »"..,<«•
Md thr dWrti.:« V K | Hit,- .
lfttW|K>rt. lo»a. t:\ KilU imr I
wwrtt, L 11 <inffe a ,.,{ \ ||
Wof fettle It.V*,
•.otnu-t ami o|*%u.. . ( \,.| r ~Ua
Awutf»initiv*,!* u,r .it*
/prattle
\ flttW ItIHT TOW U\|,
Vnr of Cilmlnat taunll %Pr»-
h|Krr PahUcatl""
-N-jkea.
ftnTutmilir, Mat l'> \v! »rw
Mut<h. • t>ri> .it* In thr *V rtntnh
ittfimlry, Htattom-.l at I'ost To«n»mt
W«a arretted U»t nt>.-ht !'''»» ' •-> It
on aiixl an atlrmpl'-'i o tntjfr »i t.»>r
*)«•% -Oi* <\! Mr*. Jflattlin lji*»l o' tfcs
ctly 'fUoltrtiw t« all« «*nl to h«»*
biru on U»t Mu..la\ m
tMTKKUI, h»t««vtt |hr hom« of l.'m l
I tiVlo'k. ort an oprtt («' h aU» it two
tttSr* front the iH\ tVmfiftainant si
that iWrmln I niMMMlni l»;
to »tot>(tl r partlr* »alWu>r in ofifaiMtr
dirrctnm^and<• hio?|ra, h > tin i
nntl «>n her rrfuf.l -*■ to .10. hr It.
her <l»wn »nd n . iir tnrtfi> til
tetn)iti to acco«n|"<di ht> w*w o
t*wr: that *l»r e* ;*->! »• ' ■>
an ho ir ami «Wl home. M l-l* ' <
• Unit time owo"' r l>v l!v li j ...
Vtd drnuk earhi* in w ' ■ ' 1
K\ Ij-.;. :r|f »>n Ihr Ui. hiti a *:-i ,
■faiiT i? 1 ' *' ' ?n' \'•
| TO ! r " ;
diwterjpd. ami Jodce Vu Borketi*
•rconUaglr anlwiT*e«e The
trial orrajfed all the mania* a«d at
traded a court room fall of »f i taha i
I'litfl State* IVpelj Mantel tsoft-
I a* aaid to the P«T-{mufr.arn »■
porter Im-t rrcnin* "DotdiiirUiii
! artideT" miata( to an Hen in a Se
attle evening pater. torinr a» account
of the lil«illn* o* the i«rk fharie* H*J
Iby bimwlf -WeO. I dowt call that
enter pri*. That article xtate* that T
' have libelled that *«■»—< and an in
tu*v*«i»fi id Iter. It ha* been wfM
by paper* here and doabtinwby ether
; payer*. A* a matter of fart, the
* 'harte* Hal is -Ull up >«Miad. «»1 d
tbough ! hare had paper- agwrn«t her
tor eonie day*. I hare not yet «wrved
■ them and may not get a chance to
: Kurh premature puM* atiotf have a
tendency lo *n Invert she end* of )»»»•
life It 1» not tree. The nwtkv
nut ret been libelled, and if «he •» a
cowting vtmel would donhtle»» jrtve
me the «iip l«rM<e of Ihh nutire I
appreciate the beantie* of a '•rwrap.
but the reporter who wrote thu wae
altogether too previous
f'rrot
The hark 'ieneral NrrliiU. coa!
laden from Heatiir tor San Franetwv
went to art yerterda).
The «hip Palestine, with coal for
*ame destination from T«vim>, war
towad out by the tug Mogul
The Oerinan hark Meiu-ine. lumber -
laden tor Mvdnev. X. K. W,u in the
hav. and will *aii a* aoun a* a crew t>
•hipped.
(.■KHALI* COt STY.
AfHfultarr Wy <»■■■ a " Mtaa.
Qaudt; " F*lm Keport I'm
rnM.
Al*rdern llmU 1
One of the noti'eahle Indication- »
the r«t«l adMnrnwnt of thehaJi
rounty i» Uk ra|>idly inrirvinK i|r
MMinl for »ii(>i4»*« <»f all lund« Th<
manufacturing inlnrnt* of the runntj
are m> far in advance of alt uthrn thai
ifw other induotrje* art-. to ai»-rlatf
rxtent, neglei ted. an<l ami'
lie oMaiaad fr<mi other »n tion».
l«« lalh i- thi* true of fi.r -t . k
liar In "hipjied Till*» thi» county J'rln
■l«alJv from < aiifornla. atul <om
rmtndi a bitch price. We wi«h to car
rn I an error made by a re'ent cnrr*
<[«»!< lent from thi» county. aho tut
nl that only a "poor iiuality of tim
•thy *»> rai«ed. nojrrairi* and hut 0
lew veyetaUe* To tho»e living ji!
thU valley the above »ound« very
•traiigr We liave taken |ain> to in
rr'tigate tin matter, an-l the all
uniform anower we have received t<
nir in.|ni»«-» i« that timothy yield
mmen-ely, and i» nf guild fpialitv
while the »ame may 1* -ai l of nearly
ill xmaU grain and vegetaMe-; th<
>nly rea-oii that the *u|>|>tv it nol
'lualtnthe demand U-mif ti>»- i*r».J
Allurement* offered hy the mnniifAr
toriep and lowing ratal* in the way
»f high »n<l eon«tant em
|»l«viiifnt, an<l the «iif!i< ully in
letting to market. owing t<
Dm nJrno-t in:)>a**aMe <-o(i<!itiori
the roa*i* (luring certain n oj
ihcMar. Whilt kfricoitarf in not «
KiiotM quantity" in thi* rotinty f.\
»ny itMMut, a* our Well to-do farmer
an te*tifv, It ha* not kff»t |»a < e wiffi
»ther Jft«f i*trir*. ovuiiff to <ii%a'lvaft
U'fore meftti<»ne<t >t«« krai<
in/, win !» i- 111 far more ev
ten*i«ely Urnri ever U*foie. i'?* not yH
•rriwi on to surh an eitent a< i*
Mipply Ibo demand. an«l the Join.
»uj»j.lv i« nni h briow the demand
not Ifi'tt'iM' *t«* k-rai*m< i* a min»:-
piarditv in rhehali* ro.inty <f..{
Imrr o|>|»ort initio* f«»r I rai-iny
lire not offered anywher*) Init
her**t<preater ha*
from n4hrr t»u**ini**.» Hut a>rri' dture
-t4Mkm<"ins». dairying and fi-heri*
ure rapi Uy eoniiti# (<• the front zitoon;
Iht* of <'h« huii-> t•• nt> an■!
a* nt «»n-<H|iii n< f tlu roMntv i- »
roniing ntort* |>ro*f»crou», ainlit-jK-o
|«l«* inorr ift li|»«ftt!rnt \.» i<>»ntr\
an u|«>n one in«| i-try f«»r it*
* i|»|Hi?t It!- th«' revi.»r» «»f n
"»'>rrr< that in at*ay« the RKi«t j»ri»-
(**r«» i*. The lomhctinf intffrwi "l
Ihr (HUtfkll? hcfrtufoft, And are at
l»r**.«ft«t far :ti a lvaft- » «»f ail « {?.« ;<
[»tit the other aixl e«|' aliy ini|Mirtanl
irnJu*trie* are making their way to th«
front.
BrrKCTIVK 1111.11 I.IC kN«?K.
It Haa I'loml Four- Fifth. «f ih<
Nalm»aa In I'tllaburg.
j I'ltt.hurit S|»i ml.]
Itl.lKi -Wlul. ail't K«,n„- foimalli
adjourned thr li.-en.r court thi* aftet
noon ami lu mi onen letter to U- pul.
11.hr.1 tomorrow Jiuljjr White writes
"In timing the bu!*ine*a of th«
lirmw I'Mift, the lon>ft-t ami mo.i
UIHHIOII. ever IH-M In thi« nnntrv, I
a« the p-i-.tilin; Jmlite. tleem it |tri>)>et
to (n.li ate m>mr rea«on« win. h hav<
influent «MI my raunc." He «ketchr
tin* perii|.iou« aynU*M of liorn.mr -a
loom, <Utimc ll< rt<e ami >prea<i fron
thr |ia..A*r i 4 the I'hila.li I pin a Im-al
-tat itr «omt yrv> ||<i,
"When the .y.tern hn.l lined «iti
street- in I'ltl.htirK with low do#
periix, he writ.-., "it invade.! the p-o
hi'utorv atiburln Allejrhrm rount\
became a innnt inviting tirl',l for for
run I| | Tin- brewer. ol
llocbr.ter, I lt'%eliuul, foli-ilo, t tu.ajiro
Mil« .1 iki <- Wheeling < in. innati ami
other rltje» Mlhlblml dccuts ami
»tartr.l atfi-li.-ie. here, ami .le'iirel our
• ointrv with i-eer. Much of tlu.lw-er
I have Urn tola. w«» of a , heap. a<|tii
terated . hara. ter The rt.-«l of li-»i
|«-ired in U|mn n», an<l the rl.-e««ivr
muu!<er of .al.-on. made the buMne*-
unp-ofttaMe to a (treat mativ The*
<e-<>M«-d to every eine.lirnt to' mrri-a-.'.
their .ale. Thrv < hrated the . oiintv
I.* takm* o-.it a s|i»» initea.l of a»ti
lb ellM" \ year a«i> thr .»ha>li. HI
*h«» iiiuntv numlvml over im. a
greater muither in proportion to pop
illation than e*» ild !»«• fo.ind in am
i-ity or wintry in Ktimtw
Krom thirteen vrar. eibrrtHKv in
the criminal rourt, 1 am th.-r.-ucblt
i-onrin, ed that ther. are far tn .rr evil,
rr.iiltin* from the n»e of iwer in lh|.
uMinti than from whukv
lii mimnon* up. .ludre White >av
that brand Julir*- I'winc liavr onlv
granted "t*t retail li en-.- and «'
wbolr-air in Ule i-iti when there
were *M. 1-efore 11.- a '■!> I have
ha.l »omr piteou. ap|K-t|. on the jwirt
Ol «mir who I'.rr ri >-.••• I W
ham- plea l«-l w th t.ar« t.-ra , t,.
enable them to make a ll*in< tor th<-i'
familiM The-«e aptwul. havr <irep!i
I ■'!' he Im< It n tar « • ..• i
MMM fat.tr. than to rel-iM iti. t,i
But »In n ih»t> ihnoan-N personal
ir.-Ivifi an-1 in. ;i■ ■ .at> • » i .», wu
IV-.|.!p. I i-WHut forcrt the
t'l f . -' I have m-riiel ftNMI I
wi»r« an. l hr«*keii bearte*! mother*
plea :l ,f for 1.0-i . Mkr to ..net!,,:
lt« ir bn.iianti. father, ai.l . 10l ireu
from thr awful run* ..f >«l.»
A few Hrtrk »f *lr » «ller
l*b-!a !>r.. IV -pat, h
Mr K\tft*r a lea -r ..( 1 kl ,
ki nwii aitl* »Uk .t.v , s i; ~
ol the IVm*<ra v in t hi aivt t.
Wt pfulu kitk the rank atul !i> of
t'-e I«:t» He ra-> a:. • '
Ma ki'l for «!*-S. vate to the la«t K . .
r.u Nil :iJ iv i, : . ..In,
i<ewten hy ,nr vt*te The \i|" a~l
ihIMK of their etpenn.-,e v i r the
Bair l*en pretty even I * . i tx | |,-,t
IMM* t4 them ha. taken all the ur>« a: .I
>eft the other ail thr .i-.wt,. The man
»» -m th.- U . ra, v.. Mr .
ow t- i I'.'lOlr»J til hin , m
. . ( - i. . .- » ... ii m
« Ut%%. a the I ill
IV ..:rf«hilftl . »
•' -Hfrritof ttMH A A
« h»v; J* iJ ii.. i' .
The rv, w ,h„air, Z nU
In hA;»»«-.i\ * iih »>*r
L.„ >* .. .
** 1 * ui I'j t!h' hnti>r t- i
if U'»r --\+\+ *WC-. '-it? \ :
«n>. ; llr tV • » btJjr mw*ZES\
'*» H : .if tthitr t« h» ; A-t«i ,»: rr .«
• '4'f, AUh .1 hv Afftf 4 C ll# ft * »-»fv,
**ri| Ihal Kr
V* Ufi (' tfP I,' |k _ s ( J
RViß' IT SJ* A lA•' f* -•« ft ■ •'
k»»<v ale- », V- Utw.V .(„»
tiM* „
alA>| L» f Hr-r i-yiw *« ,•
fcit;;. * . **•
FUCC AJTO TKJfDE.
\ Nttru, niraiqr, May M.
THrster trwfe «fcow» bat Httip Ml
of ,4ark,r* op rtkifc,
818 mtr. Latal Mm to
■'•J r #»»rl Ira mtlu from Olrmpta
The ,«rr market I* firm
•"* %h«n«e of ft** rnti on fii
forna fflb r«/H
flw ' %»d M Br* itirk and • hnv
quantity Uil«« acre nrnml here
to-day.
PR ' n . >tK MCW PTB Darin* the
pmrt 24 b«»« thr prodwv m-eired in
thr following K>
*)•»," r«»r» »ib
pntafcjro. I rnttal< irar 215 wb
bran. HR ft%» abort*. 3ft mte* dk
»•«. ti Macr< frail. W handle*
hide-, 3 Hui>*» pelt-. 1 handle okiit"
I <wp rhtrk*. 3. rattle. 11 lw*», J
ralrr». 3 t»»l- d.«ft«h ml and M
"Tf"* There were nrrin.)
over the Shore niirwl
» *" rnerwl mefrhan<li-e
SHIPMENT I>«riß* the f*«< 21
»»'«" *"•«*! hare been -em
from Seattle in „ following quanti
ties «* A P S.. Rlt 25 tott«, P S
s B R. J*!««,.. |, „ * E. Rv. Tn 1
ton-. Meaner* Avu-U 4 tor.-
'//** 2 tuna, it to* an | u»-.. Km ma
Harvard 3 ton*. i«kan ; Har-
P' l-mn 3 •"•Wketwaod | urn.
My 12 ton.. W r Monroe 'Jtunv
»*nnv Uke#> lum
arid Klt»a Arulerx )o t„ r , v Total
ITS ton».
HI TTKR- Reoeia tndav. 10 hoie-.
I alifomia fre»h r..fr„, m i*u,|. at &
es.u i»r Iwo-poun, „,(! (lT . h
ram h at ?i rent- |wr Jl
_ Ktum— Hintfti li« t,.Ut. onlv
• ra*e». Oregim- emtio* to -ell at
»• entn per .I<«eti by k ,a-r
1 'HKftini For »i,„ r Vherriee
were «ellin* at 3B rent' T pound. hat
pri'** bare adraneerl *, rrt«t» tier
|a>uud. an.l th<- demands good at .V>
rent* Mrawherrie* eoffetue t„ -rll
at per |«>und.
H»«V **P ■Tltmt.
tinum
S«w Ynu, May 10—Ml«ev on rail
ea«y at lAned, 1'42- prime
mercantile |«prr. 4\«*»l: t-rling ex
change. W.»>', /or «ixty dajili- an,]
M wl, for demand.
•ofn.
I*. H. 4* rrjri*U»rr«l. v
r. H, i« (tNipiii ijn% i
V. K. 4H» rejnMrr*! VW%
t'. H. HCfe
J Villi' 'e ... ---i,121
KT'x K».
American e»pre—. MVl(; < a»di«n .
Paf itir. 7»* 4 ; t°ana<lianSou'heni in
i'entral Pai-ilir, RuHii^m!
12S; IMaware A Lai kawanna. (<v. • '
lienver A Itio Uran-le, . Kru'. I
I-ak* Shore, fl*vi!|e A S.h
rille. . Mk'hitran Crutral '«
Kan-a- A Texa«, 13\ ; N. V. 4 en%| 1
1W; Nortlieru Pa»iu< L'l 1 ,. pri-fcrvt '
"I ,: Northwestern, Me!-;: <>re%i '
lliiptwrlneat. .VI4; Orepoti Savin
tion.lOK; Tranx-ontiurntal. JI \ H '
<iti'- Mail, tl'»; lt»-.ulini. HH; R.«<
l«lan<l. I«); St. Paul, 72>»; Texa- Pt *
• ii ( . at: I'ntuO Pacilir, 53; I". m J
KxtireM, 72; Karyo. la.-,; Wertrrr,
I nion. *
*k» Tom utih k axvirw. ,
Nxw Y<i*e. May lit. The »u*ki
nuirket wa* wliVr tmlav alul (feiu-r
--allv weak alul feverish it the
tlav, with the rveption of the fir-*t
ho'ir The to t<a*k*. howerer,
• ere «|>ei ial frutiri- of the ui<irniß|(.
"h.«.tmit till ra|».|lv alwttl two |ier
i ent rai li. hut n« quk'kly lo«iiiK the
atlrantapre. The <-ro|i report war nia.lc
the h.imlle (or an attack upon thr
liraiwer* ami there was a rnarke<l
iriff of thuw nto'lu fnini riUrapi. The
Iwari remove.l their |ire«<ure toward-
I o i lot k ami a hrtter feeling wa» nian
ilr-te.l throughout the li-t ait.l Imvinir
was iiul'ilgol in airain. More anima
tion liemir ai roinpanidl liy an ti|>war'l
movement of |irli'e'<. The la-<t ho sr.
howerer, >s» a renewal of the U-ar
The ckw *ai quieter hut
weak at or near the lowest fljfiire*
rra.lir. I
government la>n.l« were <1 nil and
heavy.
*r« VOKK M\KKKTS
N'».w Yokk, May 10.—A liicbt
in.jiiiry
Sugar—i Hill an.l uiu liangr.l, relineil
quiet, granulate.! <i 1 11*,
• '«W*r I>ull. lake llll.lLV
la-a.l Weak, .i'>me«tir 14-25.
Tin I hill, "trait- <2l
toffee s.«,t (air. Hut firm, SI,V2">;
oj'tion* a M>a<le holier and fairlv a.
tivr. «ale-. flo.iaal \Mgi; May fI.'IHM
13.V., June f12..W12.»'<. Jul'v »ll '»>«/
II Augu«t |lO !* M rl|.u',, SepteiMlvr
Oi ui»*r w.
rrraoiKiK.
N*» Yi»k Mav |o Petroleum »•»<
-truly i onxilidaled Kxchaiifce <>|*ni
, inir >•;>,, bijthrit KJ\, lowest Aft',,
I do-ini; fSi l , Stock Ktchanse -Open
ing *i'v hijrhe«t Jo wet
i lnwiity l>ar
r r,U
i I'HlHi.ll WvRkITV
*mc v*.o, Mav |o Wheat Kaiv.
J ca«h M« 4 , June H4',. July V>\
1 « "I'll Ka»v, ea.h June »W, J t ,| v
M*,.
r <>at- Ka«y, m«h 3.V.. June XT.
July X."',
Karlev Nothing doing.
I'ork lA«n,rK<k aim Junefl I <•?',
JiUv 111 ITS
' l.ard Steady, caxh $S |,\ June
j IT'.j, July fH.i'V
< Nlt't .« < \TTLB NVBKKT*.
* Hl,' 0.0, May 10. tattle Reninf
*"»' -I"* ten point" lower, fancy y*<r
ft ■*•*. WtMU, »U* ker. and
fef~ler» f j «Vh4.l !*>, Trm >trrr< I'i |o
, ft It"
ll>«« Rrceipta 2ii.«*t, *low ten
point. lower. do-dng firm, mixed |ft,.Vi
u( \ Hfk, h.avv I>VVH.t.V7Tt,. liuht JII
Mlcep Kccclpt. mi «teadv, lutifri
I H IMI.III Western TN
an- »M'>
tivcnroot. auitß> |
l.ivrarooi, May It*. Wheal Kirm,
demand fair, h.dder* offer *paringl\.
t urn Mead*. ftriiuilil fair
»hl|>pta>B l>lelll|wr.
The .hip (t. IS l"aj>t.::n
(tuck*. arrive I here today to l«xad
ltla> V t >t*mo»d coal
I' « 1 ■ i May 10. Arrived
l'.i'kentl:«e Klikitat
V *T M IM< n Mav 1» Sailed
lUrk. N-'ltiyftr-t and Nelltt- Mav
I' KT \<i f; ►« Mav I" Two *hi|>.
and two t ijr« are tn port. outward
Im< tnd. High ar-t wind.
r>t> «H Miv M \ hark j a .1 in
at !< a in and a l*»>t lUakeh -.
at tl a in t'lrar. hri.k we*t wind.
% Grnalnf Town.
t Biit Itetid Kmpiw. I
The remark i. daily heard that we
never aw a town crow a. Water* Tie
ingrowing Tti«* i Lang *»? the ha-it
mrr an l »a» i> at tinm almost .leaf
• C, and vet «»• well * dilated j. the
t. wii wtth relation to nwnurtm c line.
r.,;!r, » l to the lit* fiend v- to
prompt th- . <>rap* .va remark she
HA- i\ to irr«»* * t
imtd tilt- tact l« dein,.n>tr*u ! that
wawmlie i. a horn a nat
nr*l rtilr^k^i; tbf c
Ir* *!.- g »**« |of tfj<* «»f
«Jir* *' •'.*•«! r'rmt- I* «H hrttitn
Kal!* avl Tuyrf >,.»>?.t ah.l
f n*tx\ + h;» h will nftiiUU 1 rrhj- U
''' Ihnft in«l * ih«(Anti4!
WatrrvOW h*» alrr-
H »*• h rrm-" i. «!i >iu»
to A -» •i+ttvic x4 h>j
tjrr<i ;*M; %»>»>
Mr Mu%« H*vr U«r.
rt * I< 'vrr rh
TWw in
K»iU mho th'.uk t?»t Juijr* | ur:.Vr
• «nt> t»' pi {o j»<\ i tSa* W t,
% lt%. « !.(!» I . %n „
?
hvtYic a ' vtfp«Kn. etvn «Ui < tturn.
* Wto *Hr H fc» »lx rUuif t** +
THI SEATTLE fOST-DTTELLIGgyCEH. FRIDAY* MAY 11, Im.
mrnofmsri.
A party of reftried, cdaratod people
who OH a cob try boa* Ivt mo-
L mrr formed Ihrautlw by common
!' "wwtinloi "Satiety tor the »up-
l * pmmkm ot --lang The fine# im
pMd-«M penny f«c each nd freer
' infringement of the rale prohibiting
r the n» of afautg w«rd« or ptrm—
were dnMnl into a foreign aii wiim
ary bo* t«t< .nging to a uwmtjef. Xurb
fnn ami tut <rv >enat» reflertion en
1 «oe.J npm the workiiugi at the rontti.
u tation ami tir-law" The wdfairig!
" ipettfrl new mofvamM at fizxHne
* Inrnvdiv* nnncM a> Mn<fßwr>
" while rollese k*.v. and rradnate nri
* derlared that liankniptry "tared them
, in the (are before the Hone af the tea
■ Mm. One merry youth, who ran op
' from the 'itj od Saturday afternoon
to jfrnd hurviay* in the mountain re
-1 treat, haiataally tendered a quarter of
a dollar to the treasurer on alighting
| from a »nu» that had met bmi at
(be *tati<w». with the rerjnft that be
might "be notified when the amount
, w» iwt up."
i'aterfamilia *»• trarelms abroad
when the «oritv wa» fomw-!. and wnrte
home thi« drylr <ienilW-ant <otnmrnt:
' With regard to the 'S. f. K,' I bare
only to remark that the <-unrer»ion of
the"world u now a mere ijtiritiMi of
time!"
The re*ult <»f the e*tabii>hment of
similar organ ixation* in other families
an<l fomniuniti**, with rigid enforce
ment of penaltie*. would a-touud
member* and looker* on.
The migrammati>al construction of a
■enten< e L« a fa'ilt of the one who
roni(iine» it. -"Ung i* lingual lri.-e.
< olleeian- of both .wie>. who are
among tlie chiefe-t sinner* in thi*
matter, palliate it to their r«m.*cieuce*
by pleading that they find nothing in
-olier, erery day phra** <w racy and
apt a- the catch word* that run like
wild fir* or *< aHet ferer from hand to
hand, from town to town all over the
country. Some originate in comic
*torie« or pointed anecdote* which
plea-e the popular (amy; other* iji |
witless saving* that wou£l to im
partial listener* to have no germinat
ing power, yet are as pnas wire
gram* and parley in the great common
oI the j*<»j4e'n vernacular. We may
ttorrow, in describing the majority of
these parasite* from the negro preach
er's delineation «»t M»-i« htzedek.
••Without father, without mother,
without no decent behavior at all."
They come and go a* flit and ri*e and
»ink the Ur.iltet exhalation of a swamp
Tho*.e of thi" day will I** incotnpre
heusihle to the {generation following.
We would need a glossary were tho-«e
of our forefathers set lief ore tu in
print.
Forty yean* ago I w»w a yooiif girl
• over m nwH with «onfuwion .1* via •
garment l»y a carele— reply to her es
cort on an evening walk, who asked if
fhe were going to wear rabbrn.
I am not going to wear anything
el*e'* fell gavly mm her Up*.
Had she wen a>ked if she felt' t
ashamed *tf the luckles* saying, the
chances are #he wouM have naid \
"Well I do!**—another slang raying!
then in v«*gue.
The"*' exprew»i<»n««, with "It does not I
matter." "O. K.,"aml the half d<icen |
Vtber* that were bandied into whmL**«
ltd dropped for newer al^nrditie^.!
* ere f«i«>h>h in ineeption and but i
and i»iiobje<tinnHMe by com par-;
with th«w that come in upon ux :
lie a muddy Hock! with each year j
T.» French mot d'enigme may lie wit-1
tj%ml «*erre a cuoil turn to the «|ieak-;
ereach ha** the same ;
coi enie.nt t4>ngne styles mot de fam- i
dlejoni of jc-t and incident, digni-1
htsftrcotnetimes bv usage and years In
to fcidition. aiuf cndtied with a pa-1
value n«»t their own. They are i
and l»e*|iieathe«l with the |
nursery furniture we have not
the liart to send ofT to the aucticm j
n»om. popular slang, caught by Our j
<*irl f r\ti sch«H>lmate* and brothers.i«* |
"illy, slvenlv aii«l often vulgar. In its j
eflci t Ua»n home and society conver- j
nation i«* fieridcioUM to a degree we
cannot verestiiuatc.
1 li-term the other day. with mingletl
nam amlli-ffUftt. to the talk of a rich
lawyer, taity-five years old, who was
noted in for his proficiency in
slang, (h the present <M-casioti he
desired. 1 jieu . to appear *ell to the
f the hour, some ot whom
were distinguished in art, literat ire
and scienc* To an elegant woman,
\%hoin«|>urd if he ha«l enjoyed his
winter in lUne, he replied "Well. I
-hotdd relax-ay feature*!" To another
who a«ked ifSe were an admirer of
Chopin, hcdfwlcd; "Well. I ffues*!"
lie told a tviewer that Matthew
Arnold "worhd muse for all it was
worth"—a st<»lt phrase he rei»eate<l
four times in sentences, notanly in
commcTiting nim Professor Corson's
lecture* on lUiwning. He thought
Howells rather ''fresh." and James
"decidedly fly. \vi know " The whole
"kit and tw»orlc'%f the literary cocka
lorurus were t<s» auch given U»t4N»ting
their own htirns t» »uit him Fven
SteveuMUj mouldV the better if he
were taken d«»wn ape^r."
Thi* dete-tibie hr«« i* more intelli
gible than the talk of two collegian*,
a«~ross tlx* table •>f \ country hotel, in
wlieh one other to (, n>«h
the bovine" when luwante*! the milk
pitt her, tt» jerk the tinkler" for the
absent wait re— -gidadtcd if he ha I
**dt»u«4s| the jrlim" leaving their
liedroom. lU.th alluled to the well
c«sikedand well *erveumea! as"gruh, M
Our girl may not end t«> »u<*h
slimy deep* of Ungual iniquity a* the
foregoing, but she i-* itgenious in the ,
invention t»f .» patoi* «»f her own, and
quick b» adfpt what her fancy j
in her dialev t she is not ,
aU-ve » allmt! N humaui •• perfectly
m.»k». ' and Turner jti*t t*s» t«s». ut
terly more •*» you know M admonishes 1
her tea*i?u? mate to "cone ot! the j
roof!" chesnuts?**cries atatwice t«»ld
I tie* a id take> the current hauitv "for I
all she * worth" into full fav«r. f even j
o\rrheard one.m«t a week remark
fatetiously t«. a irirl friend y.»u mav
wairer your '•a harine vitality"* on such
and such a |snnt, and say u.a visitor I
fmas* uline). that Ih* 4, ha I the cheek t»f
a hras*-fa«'eil monkey '
*X* eortaio la e. HV
frtt low pj —. Ctva»i#r C«%g r .
fQR INFANTS AHO CHipREN.
* r.*tcr! * l« • tn <-►.".*»». | CacterU -aw tXi jtiauHr* «.
i< ♦ • ': »• »to aa> >: .a Dturtam, t£n»few«.
I! \ tmiw H I I n. 7
IIA it. £»nAl;a, N T I Kutwti| iiJiViw aIaTI—II il
I T
O ,SPtN GE R.
•2, 25. .3, 32 £32 lAlbl fltXtt. Chicago. IHitvci®.
¥ P
[3(rw York Sua.;
TW Br*i-b Biaaufart jrer* fM|»lw
. the nutMt of the entire world in
i which to mH the nonwiiu qutntMn
of W*iß and material* the; produce.
For ;t*n they hare unntv
ingly rtrwm h> get free entrant-* into
the market* <4 the t'nitrd State*. A*
often a.- they have namnl in whole or
is Part. » eflen hax the bankruptcy
■4 oar v*n indaxtrirs and the mt«erir
•4 our unemployed workmen com
pelled a return tu oar wv*e poller of
twerring Anwnr» < market t«r Amer
ican tabor arnl the capital that em
ploy* it.
The British at* now vttrhinr with
a "»rt of forlorn hope at the rM
"rf our rujieai huow.
The bone of roalentfcw between pro
tectioni«t.« and free tnuler* 1- the re
muneration which labor -tuxiM re-eirr.
Mr. Mill'*' tunjr reduction Ixti si**be*
into the dutie* on the (onipi prt*liM-t.*
of nearly all the important in.iu.trie*
of the I r.ited state- Kerry Uow on
the* i« a Mow at the ware- .rf Ameri
can labor. Every »orh 4a*b cut* into
the livelihood of an American work
ingman or woman. Tbrotsghout the
entire «y«ten» of manufacture* l>v
machinery or hand, the wage* paid in
the Tolled Mate* are ahoiit twice a*
great a* tho-e put in Europe, while
the (twt of Ummi an-1 clothing it tc--
here than there. Every wape-earner
: can »ee from the foilttwuig cuiupari-um
of the pay of operative* in a lik*t fur
nace iu Juliet. 111., and in the Ma«t
furnace* of a great «t*el rail e«tabli<h
ment iu Cumberland. Eng.. the hw» of
money, coßHort ami weU-hring which
the Mill* tariff would indict on him if
it *bould become a law:
England. Illinoi*
l!la«t furnace keeper* »l.tl |1.70
Hel|«r* Xi 2.45. ?.Wt
Top tiller* 1.13 ■*. U>
Bottom tiller* I.IS iltt
• in.ier loaders JO l.fW
Hoi*t engineer 1.01 I.*)
Bla*t engineer 1.00 3JSD
< intlernien 1.11 l.fid,
Ueneral labor ,TT l.<9<
Workingnien, what do you think of
the iilea of British wage* which are
offered yoa ?
A Horrible Merita
Thetmmlaaioa at tke fearful tfmiof
ranugioiu blood pobnn Is eertataly th* KM
horrible Inhf-ruun* which any man can leave
to hi* Innocent posterity. The cum cap
tained la th-.» Scriptural declaration • "The
tin* of the father: »hall be visited upon the
clilWrea unto the third aad fourth genera
tion," can be certainly mitigated, and in the
majority of cases prevented, by the use of
the antidote to the contagious blood poison
which Nature hersHf furnishes, and which
is to be found in its native purity and In
fallible eflicary in the remedy known all over
the world as Swift's Specific commonly
called •• 8. S. &" A* illustrative of this ffect
we give the following evidence—they are test
eases, taken at random from hundreds of
others of similar character t
Mr. J. IL Brown, of Hornellsvflle, N. T..
writes: Three year* ! suffered with this hor
rible db*ea*e. Swift's specific cured me com
pietely.
Prut Edwin Baar. 231 E. Twenty second
street, Sew York, writes Swift's Specific
cured mc of a fearful case <*f Bio- *1 Poison.
Dr. B. F. Wingfleld. of the Soldier's Home,
Richmond, Va., writes: Swift's Specific cured
me of a severe case of Blood Poison.
D. W. K. Brlggs, Brooklyn. N. Y. : I was a
perfect wreck from Blood Poison. Specific
restored health and hope, and I am wall to
day.
C. W. LanghlU, Sa»*ar.nah. Oa.: I have
suffered a long time with Blood Poison. I
tried Swift's Specific and am now a perfectly
well man.
A. W. Ba it, of power's Hoi.el. Rochester.
X. Y.. wrlics: It it the lest blood remedy on
eanh. I cured myself with iu I recommended
It to a friend of mine, a well know business
man, and it made him wrll.
Mr. P. L. Stanton, editor of the Smith elite,
Oa., Kews, writes that a frlro lof hi* was
afflicted with a severe ease .>f Blood Poison,
and that two liotiN of K. 8. S. rffrctei a
complete cure. He triad every other remedy
in vain.
Nr. J. U. Kellogg, Stamford, Conn., writes,
Decern t-cr 16, Iv-« Your 8. S. 8. Is doing for
ma what ougtrt to hav© been done long ago.
It done nw more g «*i la one week than
nil the medicine.* I have ever tak*»n. Would 1
had goitm it beforet Cut "all's well that
ends wrll." It will make a new man of ro*s
and I (hank God that 1 have found It ct last*. 1
Tveatuo . n Blond an l Sktn Diseases mailed
treet Tug Swirr B twrmc Co.,
Drawer X Atlanta, Oa.
WA CHONG A CO.,
CHINA TEA STORE.
\U. KINDS OF TEA I>!REI T FROM
chiuit. the parent *ud liewt, from 40 rt*.
to |HT pound. Rice, opium and «!1 kind
of China Highest prkv paid for
aive H«*r« itt the brick »torr, corner Third
I .ml Ha«himrton »treet»
lilt TEN SUIE_* ANDREW KAN.
JAPANESE" BAZAAR.
WHOLESALE ASD RETAIL DEALERS.
We have just fmlved • large lot of new
Japanese Goods imported from Japan and
China:
Hummer Silks, Fancy Goods, Fine China
ware, Satsuma, CloiJWounc.SiiA Kmbroi
den-, Crepe Shawls, si la Kuibroi
drnd Handkerchiefs, Hronr.e
and other metals in Jew
elry, etc., etc., etc
This it the only establishment In the city
of aeartle that keep* a complete line of Jap
auese goods.
MFTSH TUS ALWAT* 0!L UTFFE ;
ricuic ra{« r Slnkip.
IJP6 Front Mreet /""ftijpy |
- H
What a Blessing to Hstlttr*.
VCKKR'H IV\HY »x>Tlltt birrtnf
fr.'W «',i UN> i* fiwfl.il,. n'
O«UKII)* N«» ■]■ • RTJFC AFTWPFTFNFT \
in an., (art ol <*.<« <*i'Ut|M>tttiJK» h» !-m* !
w*. twi! and p«>*<t|*e to ill tctioai '
It luU» the child Mfna» wiMt npaai
awakenine it :* r» aatf
inluml- II i. Ih* .lily f Jtifu.rftte prt
m«>l- (hut vrtll
<l. r- - :.1 «t IT -i:f» l.jf Jtfc KT^WAIR
p||H
*AKIH 6
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
ThU h>«dfr K>rcrv«ri«i A atnt-] of
parity . «trvi«th »od frbofcwvaeae**. Mftv
enmoMiftl than the >nii wtmry kind* mxl
rmmx* be ***k! in with the mul
titude of kiw lc*t. *hnrr wri*ht. atatn or
ph<*]*hart* j-«w»H-rv fetid OUIT i« ram.
ROYAL BAKIV. h.fMH Oultln Wail >t rx-ri.
Srw York. spadwlv
S.BAXTERS CO.
< ffrr fiw <nlr In hit* to «uit
1 car VakiM Karljr Km Pntatoet.
4 ran HrefM Chill tiamt PaUton.
* ran Prcrlra* Potato**.
Mtau *ou4 Timothy Hi;. ~
M taa* Eaatrrn Waakligtoa Ha} .
to lorn* Whral.
SO tnaa Oats.
SO tuna Braa aad Middling*.
20 tona (; round and Kollrd Barlry.
* rara Sprafae Mill* Extra Floor.
t r-ara Hpokaar MUI» tilra Flour.
JIPIVESE BIZ.IIR.
Wkatrwlr u4 HrtaU Mm
ANI>
DIBKCI' IMPORTRRB
or
Japanese ami ChlaeseQrurineities and nov
elties. tine Porcelain t'hiuaware. Hem
pfH/ hwl Handkerchief*. Silk Hand
kerchiefs. Crepe Shawls, Silk
Embroidered Fancy Work.
Work Basket*, etc., etc.
Fresh Teas always on hand
MARK TEN Sl'lE «nil NDREW KAN
Removed to Griffith Block. Front *t.
Uwman ic Haaford S. and P. ('«.
AiigVTS FOB THK
White and Htandai'd
SEWING MACHINES.
Machine* taken in #xehatige. Machine* to
let and *old on installments.
Corner Front and Cherry sta.
STEAM CARPET CLEANING.
CIARPETS CI.EANEI) To UM>K LIKE
new without shrinking or tearing. \ll
kind* of laundry.work ai reasonable prices.
1-ace curtains done up in a superior man
ner. Single men's work a spe* ialtv.
SEATTIJC STEAM LAf'NDRY,
Telephone No. I*,
leave orders nt Crane A Dickey'* Kin
ploy met it Bureau, or Pnao ffiee New* Depot.
apis lm
Jobbing and Jlarpenter Shop.
A. W. HCOTT
C«OU< ITS YoCR REPAIRING# AND NEW
n work, affiti- fitting, etc. Prompt atten
tion and charges reasonable.
Spring street, between Front and Second.
Telephone No. 191.
NOTICE.
DURING MY TEMPORARY ABSENCE
from the city, Dr J. T. Tate will have
charge of my dental office in Kenney block,
corner Front and Columbia street*.
my 10 61 DR. G. WIi.US PRICK.
SIOO to S3OO
Agents |»refciTed who can furni*h their
! own horses and give their whole time to
the business. Spare moment* may t*» prof
itaWy employed also. A feu vacancies in
town* snd cities. F F JOIUIMUI IT Co., 1000
Maiu street. Rlchmoud. Va. dw
BOOTH & BRIBCOE,
Abstracts of Land Titles,
Have the uldrat aud mt#t reliable set of atatrnrt Books In the count)
X. ABMBTRONG & CO,
Livery Hack and Sale Stable; Managers of Seattle
Transfer Company.
Fir«t-rlaM Turnout*. Orders filled at any hour day or night.
1.. K. Ci. SMITI I,
IMPORTER AMI JOBBER OK
Cigars ud Tobaccos. Meerschaum Goods. Pipes, Cutlery, Stationery, etc.
Mill AT MET. L>»lrr-U»ry Building. Kftttlr, W. T.
7 NOT FOR SALE.
OX THE CONTRARY, OCR INSURANCE AGENCY KCSJSESS WAS NEVER MORE
satisfactory. It has CONSTANTLY kept par** with THE growth and PROSPERITY of Seattle,
and the PROSPECTS for the future were »eeer brighter WE nrpreswut ELEVEN insurance
companies, among whieh may be found the oldrat AND BRTT in the work!. We CONFINE
otrahf* tn • legitimate insurance business exciusirely, givine that alone our strict
personal attention We HAVE recently ADDED to our list the I/»udou with a
capital of F L>.OMUX)Q. TI«i« is the oldest insurance company in the world.
Parties requiring insurance, either Fire. Marine. Life or Accident, will find it to their
ADVANTAGE to call ou us at OUR OFFICE in the I*oucin building, Front street. Neat
JAMES A. CAREY & CO.
I X sTJ R V \ CE.
Jr. "l [RAM,
STOVES AND TINWARE.
COMMERCIAL STREET, SEATTLE.
Z. C. MILES,
SaffMwr Is A A VU»* . a«4 lUUiI Healer is
bivies, iitiik. rim, iik i\d nn\ stoves. :
Order* f»nm the country m Tlelt**! and aatialartktti *u*rante»*-f
Ciive u*» J* mil Ht»«l l««ok Ihnntgh «»«ir iuiinefme mi,m k.
Mill «trrr;, U T.
WASHINGTON IRON WORKS CO.,
Foundry, Machine and Boiler Shops,
Corner Second, Jackson and Third streets, Seattle.
J. M. N:INK, *PFFRIS'.RARFT»I.
MORAN BROS.,
I ro*i I**oniulci>* Marhiinst>\
%Nl> MAL£K4 IS
M»*'. assd " Efsglr. " *** **** **, fr*->si„ *■*».« 4tn«l * »I'ljw aTvd Fs*i.n®»
u ! *r." (•«»■•' t'. ,* Krtasd tag IN ews Mmim aa4
lan 4 PSN{ ill*<** f 4 k. •- • **> lim/U? **> d fjawtitA :;tg«#4l« atn
W, HA> e 'V- M««T AURI thr .->S:rtz t&A r ~ I,»«RH <.l
FCLAA- AT&ASRI •* A>*D AM FC;***?» EF TAARFCIWII
la. r««l W"f .* i e feuand a :»*t *lr «>. acev.#:-4 ; 1 ■<j\ n- * -i. *, J•- • r •
4HP* ' ■' U -rarr FC-AA. !*•"* - tet t-i
SMMGS BEPIirniXT
or m
GUARANTEE
. uu in nrn fMwn.
t'lßoarpontcd ESC.J
R BOOTS DEFOWTS B ANY A»KSW
fwwn one doi'ar upw»*i«. «»d alxvat in
tern* *«fj lauwd Bpoo :m
pnnvd farm *ad ritj r>«l «*;»:«•
ao>u> »r
LEIt.H *. J. m'NT P«*»lArut
PR. T T MINOR Vtcr PT¥»i.Vut
EPW R IHWM.V. Tnr*f.inr
taEORiiE H HEI I.KHUN SerneUry
»»*VIP V BAXTER. ■' I' loWMAV
THE
FIRST MTIOHL litt
OF SEATTLE,
S—ttl«. Vukißftn Territory.
Paid-up Capital. $150,000.
] MNU f. tllw J. UaomLLfl»
PmMnt.
r I Genml bwnkiitfr b«»«inea* transacted
• I Slrht *i»d tek*r»hic exchange }>avabk
-11 in *1! the t»rii>cif»ai eitle* of the laitrd
■ State* »'w> tnrope
MERCHANTS' NATIONALBANK
OF HKATTLK.
•>pRANSA<TS 6KNKKAL BANKING
BHS and SELL IXrHANGK on .1]
i»riarit«] eitie*. aiu! LETTERS c»F
< RF.nrr
Give* COLLECTIONS mpvcUi atleuti<i4i.
o *a*t>r\ »siHtvi*
Nation*) Park Batik. New York.
Fiwt National Raiik. t'hirao*
Pari fir Hank. San FrandwM.
SAFE mm (WISiV.
in rjir wi-entxi ->r tmk
lUrokuti' Hatlaail Bamk.
SRTRrnKS AM» VALTARLES. <"kk>l»s
and Parcels of ail kinds rvcdred for
safe keef4n« ami «t orate.
Safe# aiit] Deposit Boxes iu Rl'R<ilu
Vavlt rented at from fS U» *6O |»er Annum.
ar<»ordiKg t«» »i«e.
Dexter Horton& Co.,
H ATS KKHS,
Incorporated I*B7.
CAPITAL, $200,000.
President W. S. {.add
Vice Preaideut A. A. DftsutY
Manager. J- P. Horr
Cashier B. F. HRiixiti
SIGHT EXCHANGE AND TELEGRAPH
ic traß*fer» on New York, Chicago. sr.
Paul, Man Franciwo. Portland and various
in WayhliiKlun. On*p>u auil British
BoUimMa.
Sight HiiS of Exchange on London, avail
able ehewhrrr In Europe.
Collections trade at all points on favor
able tcnoi
Bond*, stork* mid other \aluaMe> receiv
ed on deposit for safe keeping.
Baisjcy GATZKRT., | E. I*. FERRY,
President, j \'iw President.
J. Fran, cashier.
PICET SOI'ND NATIONAL RANK
OF SEATTLE.
( K TIDKNTAL HI X >OK.
HCY AND SFXI Ft»REIGN A Nil ImV
ia«Ktir exchange. transfer money by
j telegraph to any |»art of the Cnited State*
m lll i Biro|«, receive deprarift of money .-in<l
j ifliiie pa» hooka or certificate* therefor.
rOKRESPu.NHKNTS:
londoii, N M H>»th«child & Sui*.
Pa Ha. !>«• Rothschild Ere re*
Frankfort, A M., L. Yon Stciger 6 (a. ,
New York, agency of.Hank of California. (
rhicaxo. Cotninerriiil Natkwa! Hank.
Boston, Suffolk National Hunk
San Francisco, the Hank of California.
Portlaud, the First National Hank.
COHFTON, MILLER lit CO.
HKA I. INSTATE
—AM>—
MONEY BROKERS.
Loans Negotiated.
Oflre, James at., opposite OrcMrnial
VaafciKlM Staatat
tatMOMfMT.
CUUUtTDVe THE V. S.MAIX.
SEATTLE-PORT TOVXSIWD ROUTE.
or surra win
C* ran K-rwn-n jvrt
I J" rt «"•>»*• <a<) IVrt
SEATTLE lIATC®! ROUTE.
Steamer W*>hru*tMn Je«vw Seatttr San
day. Tuesday and Tba?*day at 9 p m.
touching at CUntoa. Coaprt »IH\ t»»k H«r
I jfwiaer. A a»r»*lr«,«. wmw,
s**ai»fr. Fa:rt>aven. Brillugha-n and
h*»e. Rrturniis#- l-rtun H Mon
<Uyx ami KrlAiy* it i p. in.
SEATTLE-SIAGIT BITER ROUTE.
Steamer City of Qnlwy leave* Seattle f**r
Skaci! ki\er »n«i «*v p*wt* Motniov ami
Thnmiay monitn#>. ret am lug Ttoe*day«
aud Friday *.
For fivitht tod pa«**ge at
ay'* ofirv «n» Ywlir * JfWp.
II F. J.M'KSOX, A?»*t Manager.
Canadian Pacific Navigation
COMPANY.
(uann)
STEAMER
PIiEMIKR.
BOUND SOOTH.
i.KA\C AKUVS «
V«#fo«vt* 2j» m
Townaend «am Seattle. 9a m
Seattle 10 a m Trtmui 12 noon
BOUND NORTH.
laconia 2|» ra Seattle 4p in
Seattle 6a m Towwm! *' a m
IVunneml .11 am Yawaaxer . 6|. m
DAYS or DEPARTVRE FW»M >KATTLE.
WHuwdw* and >#«rdav»
I>AYS OF ARRIY At AT SfcATTIJC,
Tuesdays and Fridays
JOHN" A. ORKIF.N. Master
F. J. cHI'RCH. AO'Bi at Seattle.
JOHN Uvix... Mancr < |» N. <«». |««1
STEAMER FLEETWOOD.
FAST TIME run
Seattle. Taootna. steilaoatm, McNeil'*
l>Uud and i Hj in pia.
SUMMER TIME TABLE:
I.msti—DAll.Y. KXI KIT S\TI"RI>AYS.
iiOave Otympiii. 6 CO am
Arrive Taeotna 9;*) a in
I eave Tacoma. *.' 40 h in
Arrive Seattle 1110 a m
srn'Rmfi
l.ea\e Seattle 1- *> Sunday*. Dfim
Arrive Taroma J .'BO Sttudav*. 4 '*> pra
Leave Tart una '{ (JO xmday* voopm
Arrive olytnpia. ti :B) Sunday*. >< JO p m
i>uly boat making Konndl rip on Sunday*
MEALS ON U< »AKD.
OEOKOF FiKTKK. Agent
0. K. & X. CO.'S
STEAMERS
H'lU I JUTE SKATTLK <ITV Inh K
f * daily, except Sunday* for Taeoma a!
<a. m,, 1 |». in. ami SJO p. iu Suuday*at
'• a. m. and :i p. in.
For Virt4«bKpiih', except Sunday. at
>:.© a. m.
For Olympia—Daily, except Saturday ami
»uuday. at 1 p. in.
For Wh*l"f>ia Tnc*day and
Thurmiay. at 11 j». m.
Tottehiiur *t IntermetHate p<4nt» on a!)
•«»Hte*.
W. H. Hl»!X OMn, Cieol MHimvvr.
i W. ioiiNsuN", superlatetidtnt
A U MAXWEIJ,
Oflil. Pawi. and Tii ket Affut.
Kl). TONKIN*. liiieal Areat.
iiittlwmixii Transportatian Line.
Steamer* W. F. Munroc and Nellie
STEAMER W. F. MUNROE
Seattle for Kdmtntd*. Mukiltea.
I>«well and Sm«h«>tni»H
Thufidajrt and satnrdwy*. 7 a. in.
STEAMER NELLIE.
(r*rryin< t\ s. Mali.)
ieaven S»*attK» for \lukiitet»,
MarjTiViHf nud "nntniinliti
Monday. W«due«day and Friday at 7 a m.
For frHjtht or iNtwaiv Inquire on board
»r at Ye»!er a harf.
i I» ItItOWNFIELD. Manager.
II Fq»tkr. Art'iit. Seattr*.
Steamer Skagit Chief
V KAVBB nUTTUL FM »M nBWM
I 4 Wharf, ev«T> >un«iav inortdnc. 011 tid« .
or Laeotiner, touch Iny at CltnHm. Fort
Umiji. St an wood and I tvilady.
Hetumini! Monday*.
l a'h ve* every Thursday moniiuv «m lIIU'.
oit«*hin< at Clinton, Coupevtlle. t'taalady,
aeouner, Friday Hirher aud llochv liar
*'-r
Uctuniini; Friday*
For lodaea, pnMfr «»r piivatf finiNmn
ial ratva will la» riven ou kpfdh-athm
For freight and rat»-« applv «if» Uuinl. ««r
o iIKNKY HAIIJCV. Master.
iTE mfiß (URI BROU\
(E AVKS YESI.F.KS WiIAP.F F»>H TA
j ri.tma. (Mvmpm and Hl< Skookum at 7
t. in rvery Monday, We«lueada) aud Fri
fay.
Rr tu mi nr. leave* Shelton. Big skcMikum,
it 7 a in rn ry Tu-«da>. Thur»day and Sat
irda>
STEAMERILn, yT
captain N haktm an,
IRA VINO YEsIRKs WHARF KVRKY
j W«-dne*day aud Safnitlay mondug at 7
I'duel, f<»r «*kaeit Rlvef and aay|»«»rt«
Rrtnmlng. h«a<l of naxigatiou
very Monday and Tborwlay
For trv'.jfht and parage apply toORt »KOK
r ' HTKR. or on iN^ard.
NO OTHER RAILWAY IN THE
NORTHWEST
HAS FV-rUTH* To THE
Winroiudti «'« iitral lior U*r tJ*u»|*.rta
Won of fnrigfit «iu4 bei*rr«<:i St.
I'a»t« or A*hf»wl an<t Mfiaau
k«*«r <»r rwrmfu ami (xiinii East n:hS iVtath.
THE PEOPLE OF SEATTLE
Arv nnf»*J f«» ucw and popular tin*
a chart* of Ibnr |*a?ri»natf«
; For full fafurmclimi niWRt ntf.
berth*. Ar , «y*|>ly to any *x.ut. * ldrcM,
Wi.S. MELIEM, JUS. BARKER.
<ii*« Maua«**r '*•: fata A Tifkr* Air?
Mil W AI KKK
• •K" f*. Tt\ . 1 »rti ral Wntrro Ax**nt.
K V A X G 1077.
»'• W • 'I" \ lt r l' l< f >1 u~t <■ r.
U*II I I V.WK \TII K KVE.4V MuS
•Ur »i I » HI , f-f u«
r«ir* T' ■ fi— ml *H<l tb** UUswK mhit rrrrr
Thiirwifti. ■* T» IB . ( .r port Auarln, \;»
T'»* Ji* ii'lar»<l Keturnjii?
ka*r M Ab|pU » at 7 a m.. «:» KrM*.«
Steamer lola
I* tow I.r-KN K'.K JO 11*1X0. jr xcl R
1». a». T»*!ug «;fl <«: ip « -l ft
trrraoitd time <•« U«r:. r tiCol
mm wt.ftjf
c*rr jr.
■»y« Iw M«.s r
O. C. SHOREY a CO..
I W» «t
}'«>«*! .if < iIHUIMI a|.,
CROSS & CO.,
UNDERTAKERS,
*22 «j*ra How Wri
t*r« hi tlrNi,
JAPAN BAZAAB.
nl Mh~*i.*!» 0-mMr,
Fine Japanese Goods.
liii* t»aoA»,
< arlc*. *i ••« r? **<\n nn
.... 1 !*«><
©rrtrte liKbt fcteii m»»t *♦.
fn-m
Ctlnkit I Pa# Stood lailrttf C«.s
IVpnt. fix* of )hin »T.. SMttkr. « T
Pacific Coal Steamship Co,
SOUTHOW ROUTE.
MdXKo and rMATIU.A
ramin* Her Bnutir mail* w)li
all fr>>m Hn-adwaa wharf. .San Frwuri>n>.
at* * vi . rrvry Md*\ Kltanfllf, W*a%e
.11 n .fctvcn Friday. and I\u1
T.miwad ta tfcv Mlrnima
ALASKAN ROUTE.
-"ntAteK AV ON
*■ JnW l. Julv .XV
- 4 r °* hvie '"
wit" v rry ****l JMh and until fnrth*r
PU6ET SOUN SHORE R. R.
Turin* !.nr» <taUv J.* Tacr>m«
CwwrtlM with «» Prfew* .~| a
f<* .11 Mnt» Ka«. M ° , „
with tut a f.. r |\ rr t
land v , | y. _
Anitf dally fmro Tmtm
t".«nu«-tlnf with ImUi fr>»m IVrt
land at. jo .«, „
fiVMrtlM with t«ttn (tat*
land and trem IU4 at » or. „
lafavr daily fiwSUri inaction
and war •tati»m t i» i. m
Arrivr daily fn>m Stock Jimm ti.m
and way « >3 pra
COLUMBIA I PUGET SOUND
RAILROAD.
la-at« daily f.ir FraUlhi at "00a ta
l*aw* daily Aw NVwrwtlr at •! *
» I Win
Vmrr daily fritn XnrraatU* at ! 11 * a ™
Arrtvr dallj fr»ai Franklin at s » {,'2
T J MII-MR.
Mi)wr<»trtMteat and Traffic Mwtaavr
S-all If. »'t
THE liIIEAT
TRANSCONTINENTAL ROUTE.
Northern Pacific
RAILROAD.
VIA run
Ceeeede DltUm, How Cm.
plated. Makiit it t)u SWt-
Mt. Beat ul Qmlokaat.
The I>imn*i ur Una The Direct Route
No IX-lay«. Faateat IVain». lowest K >-•<*%
to Chicago awl nil aolutft Kant. Ticket*
m»M to ait f»rominent fblnt* throughout lb*'
Kant and Southeast, Through i*\»l?mai»
lirawitu: Room stearin* Car* R*M»r>a
tlotui can be MtHrvd tb ad* ancp.
Tt Ijil BmN huiMicmt
lie careful and do not mule a mlntake.
hut be wire to ukr the
Northern Pacific Railreafl,
And m'»' that jroitr tli-ket n «U» via. thi*
line. St. Pun! or .\tlmir«|M>)ia In nvitd
rhaiigr* hu*t mrintti dchkya mulvuctl b*
other rnutM.
Thnniich ■ mlemiit Cur. run on
regular u|.n>. italaa full Uncth of th«-
1 •»««•. Hrrth< frv»- Umnt tntr». <inlrk»t
tliae.
(ieacral O«rr of the >«. 2 With*
laataa at n Itwtlaatf, (HffH.
V l». <'H4RI.TON, SM'I (kM». hm A*t .
X«. '£ Wmmtiiui(tthi St., l*ortlarid. Or.
W H SI'EWKR.
Tirket A*ent, Seattle. Wharf.
A. < lltl liMU^
Ticket Agent. Hontt lc, city
TO SAN FRAKCISCOTCAL
•Y * A* OF THK
OREGON t CIUFORNI* R. R.
A2ff> < objections.
THE MT. SHASTA ROUTE.
Quicker in time thai any other route be
t*V«Ml
Seattle and San Francisco.
LEAVE SKATTI K lUII.Y AT 4 P. II
ARRIVE IN SVX FIUM
Thmrk Tlmr K«rtj-»:iirkt Knn.
Thriiranil St-rulc roti.-of the PwlflcCo»»t.
PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS.
KX(TNMI«* NIKKPKBN.
For second rlow on all thronxU
trains FKItKpK < I(AR<«E.
K«»r ticket* and information rail on
A CHILHKRii.
TUkot iHfiit, Heat tie, W T.
K. V U'MiKKM.
<•«?«. Krelfht arid Pna Afrot.
K KmKHI.KK. Mwny-r
Canadiati Pacific
RA I LA\ r A V.
TRANSCONTINENTAL ROUTE
RICfWEBN
THE PACIFIC AID THE ATLANTIC.
ITS I'ASSKNCiKR CWtTPMSNT I# Til*
flne*t in the w«>M, # on*iptin* of I.riinrl
o«a Sleeping <ar«. ta\ing drawhur, rm«<k
in* and bath rotaw; Comfortable and
i Iran « otoni«t C«a, with Fre* HWidr*
Herth» for holiU-r* #f tecond rla** tleket*.
and the uu*t tno<lc*i *tjrle of day eoache*
!t» liiuin* far* *»d flotala provide the
beat quality of U*4 tn unlimited quantity
at reasonable rat«\
The Variety anc (*randcur of Sceticrr
nlon* 11» line In ufaqualed. «nd fti th«> dc
tail* t*f tra« k, trait)mrvie#*, He., nothing I"
i>in)tted that eau add to the Safrty und
i'omf«»rtof It* pa%»tN. All In nli.lt irivt**
Ihe U»«t and moat fervlr«t»l«- Hue of travel.
ah# th«*r f<»r hu*Jn#*n or |>|«-H-urr. hetw*H«u
Portland. Tai-«>ma.ik>attle. Vietoria an«l all
faelfie «*ng»»t |*oigt«i. aud Wlnne|»eie. Mfn
ienH*lU. M. Paul, Chiraeo, wt. l-oul*. <»tta
wa.Toronto, Montreal. Ho»toti. Sew York
lud hU F.anteni < ige«.
ffcrwrt Tiffcft# a# I»«ae4 la all FHaripal
Patata to Ike MH Htotaa. I aa»4a
aa4 Karate at Lawaat Kat#«.
V>f detailed inlnrraation afqdy to the fol
owinjf aceuta oi Uiv romjany
I*. <4. M'Vfftt).
* Wantauatoti *t,. Portland. (*f.
K W M<t»rNNE?e*. fteatth*. T
K. K. K1.1.!i, Taeoma. T
l» V. HK«»^N.
IH«trlet K« j i|fht iud FaMeßffer Asfrnf.
V*MWf«r« > I .
' "Hvwuondeare >»*a|a*<*tf>iHv •ollelt« < «1
SPINNEY
Ac CO.'S
PRIVATE DISPENSARY.
319 Caaamtal itrMt. earner
J>cku*. feattla. W. T.
' .
\ll rhf .liir !>«•-*«*• HKS nfid UtiJlf V
»OfANMnnv treated.
! « **T M IV'HOOIK Xrr* »u« ittwi Khy»Jr«l
|, Kxh*u«i*-4 VhiMty, Snmfnat
HmkiifM. Nw 01 rT)im 1. I mor* .
Mnmrrtoam. UifdJmihlllli. nHMim t*r
tttM.fcaktK«i If watnrn. *t<! »ll Ktt»r
i IwratfjrefarttfSVfcflt r**til? from >«uffe
fui faille* of •*\««» l« mtlvt ]»«n
•»»«• Warfdw trr-oblt*.
jninfißi |^ 4 , e fc,<v»;tofrt>wm» fetort.
« .yft w| >
IT • (i<l «M) rl ® NnMfwe
I»*»f toHw *W«t, Wtlir^
ri(UM> *triflurr. ' Iwfvwi .
■ravnn« !>■>■> j- i>»--( vi*.*,* >»h»i
HbITVU} I*
•tmwftr w*, i|r .* '** • ••wiL
VAilUr Hfill • *#♦"'* tr**n tb* •-ffircfi «;*
IUU nb I til .*• I; !}*r.
tl.*». •honk) Owta* !*«•<£ <«'«*'
ra«~nt. th«- if..!,' I--" • v«-r I««t »• !S«*i
tar «f Mffri n»»»-«r Wll: *war****
■ < nr<- i«'25 r> '•* . ,
umtb.'j i.l the Uf 4 ' tr ' «: r--»faii|Ml *7 »
**#ij*j *: >, _• <«r f* u " ;i •*• *** L
.I*l. thr. urfMF <f f" !u •
• iltKW' '» T*- »1M
s.-'—tf,M «bf> S W f «2»»
Mittv to«». U* («•(.- '• • . *t»*
►«!»* «.i Mr- «a » **»<"■< l" • W"<
- u-f !•»» ' '' "A* "^E«.
mi*r. iriMifxtit<» ■*
»t»'l b*-«ifjnr jp'"** n *"*. =.
U®'«*
>'. a - ««bk t£*s? ®! riir
trt *:<* l fn** 1 " •'"t.
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