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.- »MM*g^PwT f to the fort j , §Li.T£S:, « JS SS»! 1 war!* 1 ' - 15 iffw |M Wk >T ® ervm Sauwi AVMcaa: saa.ssagw.gafe tpfa. Mm, twit door to rn^aßre aSTSk tbe'tit sddlnol ebaa«ed*m tMßtotheaewooe. Mton alt MaatttaaMia to Pwn fwrauu MM fab Co.. Seattle. « SWEAT *«*». 1W Pw-ltTtuiiinrit i« able to to tto peoptoof Seattle thi* morn ing one of die wort important a* well ■a oar of tto moat gratifying piece* of —a that It* column* hare ever rem Mm 4. The entire main line of the SMttle. Store A Eartern railroad la aow under contract ami will he (■tod to completion a* rapidly a* a flm of contractor* whose resources WO practically unlimited ran do the «Hfc. This will place Seattle indirect connection with ttpokane Fall* and Mm Colombia River Ba*in.ar.d will give II toMttoable advantage* which are by no other seaport on the Horth Pacific coart. Tto idea gUiii the people of Seattle km cherished tor »o many year* is M( to process of materialization, and flw one thing that •eemnl nere»*arv In order to aware tbe future greatn«-» •flbis city I* within our band*. The Wattle. Lake Hbore A Kartern ia a Se attie kiea. It* incentive and its »nc mm are due to Ihiniel H. Oilman, Ttomi" Burke and *e*eral other citi- HM of Heattle, wbo by their (ilurk and fctoruilnation and their perxirtenre In Ito tame of tUacourageraent* have ac «ompll>)ie<l that which aeemed itiifaM ■Me. even to many wbo had ail faith In Seattle. A mr IIUI MUCTATBMBMT. A folder now being circulated wide- Irby tto Portland board of immigra tion contaisa tht» paragraph: "Port land has four timen tto population of any other two citien in tto I'acifli northwert." Tto atatement U re pMted in a large abeei ported < on«pi» • aounly in Heattle and eluewhere. Hinre false statements, however loudly spok an, do not alter farts, there Is small grievance In this, hut It I* neverthe less eery little ami very shabby in the board of immigration to attempt to promote the interests of Portland by disparagement of oilier places, es|ie rially when to make this effort appear roason.il.le, lie- must be told. Port land proper contain* about SCMXM pew fie ami with the suburbs of East port* land. Alhina.St'llwotid. and Mt. Tabor, about .10,000-certainly not more than MjOOD. More than thl« Ik not claimed for Portland, utile*- it lie by some irre •ponsilde boomer of limited knowledge and big Imagination, or perhaps of •mall conscience. Seattle, by candid •atimatos. now has 18,000 to ao.ono peo ple—in the judgment of the P«*r limuutiru, based n|ion recent In crease in its city circulation and other rfgnificant circumstances, not less than 30,000. If these facts are not known to the Portland hoard of Immigration. its ignorance la not creditable and if they are known. Its statement granted above is without excuse. The quoted statement is probably not the considerate work of the hoard, but the extravagance of some ignorant and silly "Isviimrr" who has forced himself into the Isiard either aa a member or an employee. Seattle la not the only city where public bodtes are sometimes aflli< ted with pub He nuisances, and we suspect that Port land has her own experience in this IWJtect. _ RKKKT RAILWAY rMAM NIHtN. At lt« K|>ri i!il meeting on Friday evening the roiinell will oonsi.ler the application of the Seattle Street Kail njr Company for an amendment to it* franchise. permitting it to in* elec tricity a» a motive piwrr and to ex tend Its lines on several rtnwii whirl) a dot* DOt now occupy. To the flr-t proposition there will probably 1* no abjection, provided that thr amended franchise 1* such as to point thr In tMwt* of (lie rily, Thr wtiml, ho» nrtr, should I* srnitinued carefully Uml should Iw acceded to only after fall eonslileration. Tlir people of Seattle are peculiarly friendly to the Srattle Street Railway Company. It invested a larjfr amount «f money ill Seattle at a time w hen there «a< little reaseu to hope (or a speedy return It has, on the whole, given the publii' a satisfactory service and it" projectors have stuck manfully to their original plan rvrn when the outlook seemed most unfavorable. Mo dlwinteeested |>er»on will assert that thi. company should not 1-e given the preference where new terri tory is to he tinnifM. It is deserv (air and even generous treat aaent at the hand* of the city. and guch treatment It will re Al the sai*»e time the utmost care eboubl he e\er* imtl by the <t>andi ami tha H|rhl< the city should be full> Uti in the iriantsnj: of the new franchise It should lie uml*r*Uw*l thai the which are »rrante>l if the not avail itself of them within n rea*«m able lime. It •h«»uM be f*tr ther that the motor* u*ed shall not he |hiUi* titii*ame>. and that »\n htU*tai Batkm* a«i steam dummy » "hall have no plai-e it* the >trwb <\t Heattle. The of tbf cit> to levy upon the |Kvt|a rtv of the ami t>« fejculate Its relatkm* to the pnU ahoubt ha carefully pn •<» In «4n»rt, thr ltiterv*t- m «»( th<f city should he rv gurdeJ abore the cUiitis of any ivotiwtn ujon the regard of thr t t. «etu». however irreAt the * nvty K The lVuuwrats of T« in-nwt. si having a baisl time t vir.ctiug at \v. dkiate for go*<-rti .r It * > * I that "Bcb" Ta.vl.-r. t. <■ , v tin- who ti.'ilUst »»st; i*.t] a re<«arV»tW eantp:- !l • t>rotS«r was '«>• i '• *" n.stUl Is yrtlOttUliaUv ..xi ■ a: If he«W*:mt rvrn ligber -r-. the pruus *rfta trf Trr.nc -e< jU! g ■ *ly confer theiti < ( a fcia*. it ' kowevtr. that tiorv -c.-i oj jk tjoti t*> him v.v. t -1 !. is ■ a i. r way t- 1 I* «'•> I' ■ f.vaa ftr a U > decided rtornfty in tto rtato «m*ww Hwi iml tkougl Hq—wHiwlMli Mr favorite tfcfj am nvifk to prevent tto nnailnaHun of any other (tndUile. ________ Two week* tore passed rface tto Hyiwtatfw. of Ito Republican party of Washington Territory me? is rTosentton at North Yakima. Ttorr ha.« been time lor tto delegates to re turn to tko*e wbo *•» them, aad to | rcfort ami nphte tto work there per forme-1, time abw tor Ito If"! bod; !of the party to make op it* estimate rotnrniw that work. What rtand* now a* the judgement of the party i» neither ha.tr nor misinformed. On the rontrarv. it has the .jnality of «©- l«r secood tboswbt. b««ed upon foil i exposition and diom**ion of all the ; fact*. In that convention a resolution wa.« offered to tto eorct that tto Republi can* of Washington Territory "anile with tto Republican party through owt the nation in their admiration of tto exalted talent*, eminent *ervke» and rturdy devotion to the principle* of genuine KepohWeanton illurtrated n Ito potto record and declaration* of our illurtriou* rtandard lieam in tto lart prtrtdential campaign, tto Hon. J a me* 0. Blaine, of Maine." Any fair analyd* of thi* rwolution •how* It to be simply a formal approval of recognised Rej>ublican pritv arul of confidence in tto great re-«g nixed leader of the nalkmal Repul.U eaa parly. My inference, indeed, il supported tto movement for re-nomi nation of Mr. Blaine but it did not commit tto delegate* chosen to that movement nor in any way bind them to it. It wa*w»cb a resolution a« ha* been pa*««-d by nearly every convention of Republican* that ha* assembled in tto United State* within tto past four year*. But tto convention at North Yakima first hesitated over this reso lution and finally rejorted it. If there i* a man of slamling in the Republican party of Washington Ter ritory who approves of thi* action to lias yet to *peak out. Nobody ha* yet dared to speak in support of it. On tto contrary there ha* been a cboru* of indignation fromoneeitremeof tto Territory to tto other. The Republic can* of Washington Territory, the rank ami file of tbe party, believe in tto "principles of genuine Republican ism" especially a* they are -illustrated in tto public record and declarations" of Mr, Maine. That tto representa tive* of tto party in the Territory, formally a«semMed, should have de clined to approve the*e principle* and have declined further to express confi dence in the great and chosen leader of tbe party is tto subject of profound di**ati*fartion. Tbe chagrin felt when the vote at Yakima wa* announced, ha* deepened to humiliation since it i* found that the fart wa* telegraphed all over tto I'niteJ States and that Wash ington Territory now stand* commit ted in opjsisition to the principle- of the |«arty a* illustrated in the expres sion* of Mr. Blaine and in a hostile attitude toward Mr. Blaine himself. This outrage upon the Territory and upon the Republican party was brought about by a few men whose chief distinction is the fact that, while assuming to 1* Republicans and in fact acting nominally with the party, they have been office holders under a Dem ocratic administration. The chief conspirator (for it was a conspiracy.) was Judge Turner, the president of the convention. When the resolution referred to was introduced he left the chair, and as lie took his seat among the S|iokane delegates, was heard to mutter with angry in-«>lenee, "I'm on the war |>ath." When the motion to lay the resolution on the tal>ie was made it was Judge Turner who seconded it. When it was proposed to give the mat ter a loter thought, to talk it over. Judge Turner, by an outrageous abuse of hi* authority as chairman, forced the gag rule and shut off debate. In short, while others arc not to be ex cused fur this outrage which so mis represents and humiliate* the ICepuli liraus of the Territory, the chief offender is Judge Turner and, strangely enough, in spite of the con tempt which hi- action thus gained for him, he is pising as a candidate for iotigrc-«, publicly seeking nomination at the hands of the KepublUan partv. tinier any circumstance* tlie candi dacy of judge Turner would lie an inipertenance. lie is a "carpet-bagger" and office holder by profession. He came to the Territory less than four year* ago with a federal commission which he ha* but recently resigned to rufmKe here in a trade whi< h he has worked at elsewhere, namely, thr trade of thr professional poiiti. tan. Brought up and drilled in the school of Alaba ma |<o)iti< * he expects to suisenl here by Alabama methods. As a lurinlw. of the North Yakima convention put it. "Judge Turner has evidently bren used to herding 'niggers' in Alabama convention*. and thinks he can work the same game on white men in Wash ington Territory ." While under any riirunurtance* Judge Turner's can didacy *ouU I* an in<|<ertinence, it would in view of hi. actions at North Yakima U> an insult to the party. Kor continuation of this assertion, wr refer to thr believers in 'genuine He puMican principles" and to the ad mirers of James t; Blame. <«o\KKNOK SVI'IKK S KKTI KN. •le Wa» lW>ll(htrd to tiet l»arh to th<> Ottrfft t'ltf. Ht4*overnor Watsin t re turned from the >e , <iertlay and wa* tt» wt ba* k He is look inff ao*l feriinif well ami ha* had a eery plea-ant \x t. having ietn alwrnl ationt »ix months. The t#t»?ertior v»w many Ittull'.ne iilie< ra*t hut n<4ir that c tne err*-* I!r *a»d la-*t evenmjr l ex |*C''tot to Sind improve went here after my aKmftci, but wa> not J rvjHared t»»r what I «*-e- I have l>een annind the city thi«* alter noon £ettmjt niy l*eartn|r>s S Smalts foatui that m.uh interest i« hetnx awakened in the east conctminit Wa<d»inj(ton territory, a- l nmli»-t> that the immiirrati m to th«» laud milk an;» honey thi* \ car w ill much *reMer than ever iefott. The countv commw hmers Tinted the javr farm fm strfday. They loamt rwvihiiv siiij* >h4(*. ewtft that the *t\>[unti<tutb , ii are jrret* > «>eertav<st. There are at ihi. ty-seeet\ in HER LIFE WAS SAVED. T—mm—l» tatnobqr K, to the wife «f W ft. n«A*ta|M« W»LTt*-I»««altie. May K <o the wife of ■Lr.«ata.im. IIIWI T* Soßk, Har K. W (he wife W iJHHB h«MWh,»l>U.»tt»»l*«» JotUMtOA* ft ( jOTT-h ewmr. **T ».» thewtfea* K. Carney. a daagbter- Huum-h to the wtf* «* wffe <■« I. MUtw. • « tum-lhnm-Ai r«h« Otf, Dm enrntttj, Way 12. by J. toi;. t Dm «>4 Wi*» Jnq «li o< ** ks raaMr. W. T. WW APTMffwimPW. CHAMJBHBB. innwii oswhuubueTALK raw II the mm AUcu, of t edar M.mntain. ; irbo t> ulrM to jump Me ant rvuduj at Biark Mamoad. aad hit barker Jin Yuan*. I till Mr !■ order to accommodate tfceM I viU Make tke <Ukea «M a Mr. Meadofta*. *> pwt <»)><* sbat Bp. I rail brat Allen or aor <*fc*r Maa that redar HouMh eaa MMaee. Or If Jake llaary. of ?*o«Mh rnfar. whom 1 defeated last Jane. wmut* another matrh 1 wtß Jnmp I btM aad fire Mm » iarbea start cm the same j«Mp lor frwM KM to t m a ride. XATE MAW*. 17 1 fbompfan jaMper of Mark Maawnd. Proposals Wanted. tiEAIJOJ raoPOHAI* WILL BE KE O relied t/j tbe Hoard of TruMcti of tbe Bsaaftat for lasaoe In Washington Terri tory anrtl June 3d. Mm. at » o'clock a m.. for aalßtlDX the new bospttal buiMint ia •ceordadce with tbe specltcatioos on file In tbt* vfirr. Tbe Board rsserrn the right to reject any or all bids. GEO. D SHAXSOV. STEPHEN JTOSOS, AM*** BR'fW.N, Myl* it Trustees HonJttl for Insane REPORT Or THE OOVDITIOX Of the First National Bank at itanfc. It Ike Territory ef Waehtaftoa. at the clone of Mmb Apil JOth. IM: ■movttia. LumiDldimna 9CTJS7IS Vterlnfu L'.B. Bonds to secare circulation ftttUl Other amka. ba « »4 mort l«n HJIJ.U Dae hot approved naent agnu .... . MlttS Doe from other National Banks .0 7Ji i 7 Doe from gtate Banks sod bank an 3LI7IJT Baal estate, furniture sad flx tarn .... «.'•!.« Current expanses aad tura paid. iTKiS Cbrckeaad otheraaak Items.... IMI4S Bills of other teaks 0180 00 Fractl L*l paper currency, ail k • Is and ceata ICS specie % C6S.OD Legal tender notea UWM Bedrmption fund with U. B.Trea surer (j per cent. of circulation! 1.400.00 Total- 9UV7.i74.17 LIABIUTICT. Capital stock paid (a 9110.000.00 Surplus fund... lAOUIOO I ndivided profits. MU»S National Bank notea outstand ing M 00000 D.v.deod. aapa'd «U0 Individual deposits subject to check fi;»V7i Demand oertificstuaof deposit.. SB9 717 70 Ilea to <rth*rJfctkaal basks— I IOC. 1 Due to Stale Salts aad Banker* 53.78M6 Total WO7 470 27 Tbmutorv or Wishbww, 1... fount/ of Kin*. I " I. John boodfellnw cash'er of the above aam«d bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement la true to the beat of my knowledge aad belief. JuH% On DfCtLbW Caaliar Subscribed and sworn to before me this lath day of M.j. IS*. T. K PUMPHRKY. Notary Public. W. T. CORRECT Attest Oku. W. Haim» I i. U. VCOKAW, I Directors. W. M. Pt'MPIIMKT. V THE M. & M. Coffee and Oyster House, Tlie only first elans house of this kind In the city. Especially adapted for family use and ladies, tilve us a call. MVEK A MI 1.1.ER. Proprietor. THE HANDICAP COMPANY OF SEATTLE. \rilJ. rt'RNIBII BY THE DAY OR COX ff tract. t»ainu»rt. grainer*, paprr bang er*. rtlrlminm, lioum* cmnen, floor nuvm. wiu<t<m ua«hcr*. carpet beater*, •>r mvn Tt» do UJ flwilltllt hi tM hotiw ur yard, ctieaner than any mn* In the vltv. J H. BIM>KKK A CO., Second lit.. h>-t Seneca an«l rutver»tty. WA CHONG A CO., CHINA TEA STORE. \IA KIM* OF TEA DIRECT FROM <'hiin*, the purest ami be«t, from 40 eta. to $6 per pound. Kir*, opium mid all kinds of China <«oods. llii;ht»*t price f»ald for live H«»e* at the brick store, corner Third Lnd Washington streets Timber for Sale. TWO Mil J JON FEET. TEN MILES FROM Alttkf, with froulN7c (« l'UACct Sound; i *'V to log and put Into tiw water For particulars, address TIMBER, box 717, Se nttlr. Wa»h T**r. TO CONTRACTORS Bll* WILI. BE RE< EiVEI) IT TO MAY Ikl, at '2 o'clock I*, in., by the school hoard of district No 1 for foundation work of two school building*. Plan* with Iktone A Mevk«*r. The U<ard rea ntl the rijcht to any or all bids. myiltil CHIS. H. JjVELLS UNE. i£ BCHOONEK HUEREME mmnunw I<>«.ti nt San Pranrtaeo M»> ••)»». for Pu<et Sound port., ami bate quirk dbMrt. < H\S H WKIJJ*. mi IV tOCaliforula «t.. San Krauriaeo. S. BAXTER <fc GO. Offer for sale in lots to suit ft car Yakima Karljr Kotr Potatoes. 4 cars nrrfuo C hill tisrnrt rotators. I ear* I'rsrlrta Potatosa. 5© ton* Pttgst Sound Timothy Nay. Ml tuna Kastem Wa«hln|ton Hay. tO ton a Wheat. AO tons (lata. I® tons Bran aod Mi«lfllinf«. to tons 41 round and Rolled Itarley. t ear* Aprafss Mill* Bmtra Flour. * ear* Hyskans Mills Kmtra Flour. FOR SALE •W'li CEIJI O ANI> BARtiF. B«*TH IN I good order. (ti«t;irv at A llanf>>nt s,t'o»»»errtai St.. ?*er myli-tw ikU TEN SUTE* ANDREW UH~ JIMXESOiZHR. W Ui«lr»alr and ttelail Healer*. We have )S«t rrr**l\'.d a of o«-w < tls iiapcflni lr>» Ja|«u an.t ■ t«torr >;!*•, Faiwy <«**!«, Fioc « hiua aarv, Sxtmrns CU4asnM»e«s*»nlk Fnihrt*! Jrty, < rrtH' Shaal*. rui «b*pr>t Br« 'QR *wi itbcr bhUUIu irstlfj , Ete . ffc . etc TM# i* <mt9 »^taSiin the rit\ of SwiUitr that keefo a e*>wplete line <»f l'?r»li Tra* Al«ai« ns Hand. I al«- lii}wrr ;nvF r» ?sx -v«- * f »r.t f A PASTOR CURED BY FAITH IU • l>t Jht-i h n. rntflr V?*-hl •±t*. in , a** not t nr*d hj £iasa»S«*d i'u K«:d by X K rTKW- Firsi-Cii i PriTalt M ■•.".'v. IM Wm kk. 1* U» mmt Mill m.«» w«w»fl *» * *l*pr * Swyth ShSil." 1 Ntmcg-ir roc WAST A PAETSEE rail at Hjunrni-S BntaMl AfCTtrjr. cmaer commercial madJ^tMrn Wxsemt-vt A M>RA*IOXAL *AX, • s*« few !■ • lww A* daea» towi M. Mu»l > fckitt- Wffa n-ISTHI-GIKX. TO DO UDjBU W Mwwi Apirty at Mm iwtkkmf. ewnmrafPentaad AJfcattwrta. H?« Vt'ANTED—A PARTY TO TAB HALT 11 liiu.ua> in tmr r.tui tract* *h» H. In <iii I C. H HI'.HBIXL, room 7. Kerne? Block. »?P ** WASTED— A GUL TO LEAKS THE JaiW» trade, or a practical tail-ore* twlr «*» Froai owl. %VANTED - SfTIATION AH COBRE aradnm eterk. ■lmin or book kwwr itkmtMi mjIAM BREASTED—BOARD 15D ROOM BY *1 Krnttrmui and wife, witk one child. A4dW« EDWARD WHEELER. city. lft St WASTED—BY AS ELDERLY WOMAN 11 a i»aitfc>B m wrwttnx housekeeper la W ANTED—A ramos AS BTESUURA pfcrr at bookkeeper. Addreaa MB rrrat trrrL my*U WANIED-BOY AT LOWMAS A HAS tort"*, for, Proat and <*kuilj. 15 3T WASTED-A FOMTIOS AS ACCOCNT ant. either permanent or temporal?, by all experienced book-keeper; be* of ref erencea Addreaa O. A. 8.. tlilr ogee. IS » WASTED-SEWISO TO DO BY* THE 11 day. Addwaa J. H thia ofct. U« WASTED-A posmos OF TRCSI BY 11 a yonac man. who ran «ire refer cneeo and »all«faefcjry bond* If reunited. Addrw. John W. Payne. P. O. bo» KL 15 tt EE* ANTED—GIRL—APPLY TO MRU 11 BornateiD. Cnlon itreet, between » and 11 a. m . reference rtgnited. myistf \\* ANTED — TO BUY SECOND HAND IT empty pork or other plrkle bam-to. Jamer l/nrfcoiTa mytt lm \E! r ANTED—A GIRL FOR GENERAL 11 homework. Mu»t be a competent cook. Good wacro. Mm H. H. Lewi*, cor ner Fonrth and J»me» utreeta. n|» tt \**ASTEI>—«.IKL TOR HOI'SEWORK. 11 Apple corner Fifth and Madiaon uta. Mr». D. kefloHJt. apgMf 1 X)H KENT-FV KNISHKI> AND INFCR r titshed room* in all parts of the city, ration PonaoT. Sai>rro*i> A Co.. rooms 24 and £>. Cnion Block. Front it mh.ll W.»R KENT—FOVR ROOMS SUITABLE r for housekeeping to a respectable laau and wife. Apply to Mm. K. C. Morrison, comer i« nith Tenth and rharles. ipyia HI I-VIK RENT—ntOSI ROOM, MOI.TKEHT. r between Thomas md Htniioti. 15 31 FX>K RENT-A PLKABANT, SIN NY SIDE front room; view of the bay: furnished suitable for gentleman and wife, or two single geutlemen. with board. Inquire corner Front and Madison streets, over drag •lore. mylSSt IMK HALE—A IXJT IS NORTH SEAT r tic, om Mock cast of schoolbouse Ad dress T. I'FEN, this ogee. mr»B tot IX>R BALK—A( RE TRACT* ON LAKE r I'nioo. Nice property. Apply to W. I'arry Smith. James street. opposite Oeci dental hotel. mylA Im IX>R HALE—MMBER ONE HORDE, r harness and fine delivery cart: Rood bargain cheap for cash. Address Jas. T. Kelly, Searss Livery stable. Commercial street. myi.i 4t IX)R SALE —FOCR LOTS fiOxUtt FEET r each, oue block from Mill street cable, and fifteeu blocks from postofßce. Cleared, fenced and plautcd in fruit trw*. full bear- In*. Onlv ItoO each. Best bargain in the city Biish A Boarnian. Butler block. myI.SU ITOR BAIJ.-A OOOD, HARD FINISH r house," lawn, tt.ivrcrs, shrub bery and fruit trees; lot tiOxl'JO, on Mill St., fifteen minutes walk from postofflce. Bush A Boarman. Itutler block. inyistf nOR SAI.E— -ISO ACRES OF TIMBER r land in Snohomish county—twelve mil lion feet of fir—f*> |»er acre. Bush&Bonr roan, Butler hl«iek. mylStf IXIR SAIJL—9fiO ACRES OK TIMBER laud on Gray's Harbor, only 16.50 ner acre. Bush & Boarman. Butler block, myl.ttf r on Green river—a bargain. Bush & Boarman. Butler block. mylfltf I»K SAIJC —l."i 00 ACRES OF WHEAT r laud. In the heart of the great wheat belt of Eastern Washington, 011 the line of the S. I. H. A E. R. R.. every acre ready for the plow, only »s.:s) per acre. Bush & B«mrinan. Butler bl<»ck. myiatf t|Y)R SALE—RESTACRAS'* SALOOS, Lodging Houae and cigar Stand, at a bargain. Alxi the New England Hotel oil comerofMain anil Commercial streetn. For terms Inquire of T. H. < nun. in>l2 fit IX)K SALE—ONE OF THE BEST FARMS f on White River. ESHEI.MAN. LLEW ELLYS A CO. ap&'»tf MONEY TO LOAN—OX LIVE STOCK, h«uwhold furniture. merchandise,etc. or personal note. COMPION. MILLER «1 CO., Jam** street, opposite Occidental. de7t IMPORTANT TO INVESTORS. .'OO Arm of Flrat-rlaaa I.and, north of Orrra Lake, • iiOO only, thla la a big bargain. T HAVE GOT AN IMMENSE LIST OF THE 1 rhnk'rat real estate ill Seattle and King county, which 1 offer al bedrock j rii t-w. OEORUE DORFFEU Lidice. w<*t side of <'omiiiercial street, up •tairs. lictacen Mill and Washington. 2p WANTED. Waiter*. 110 and |U a week. Foreman for a small mill. fiso per day aud fouud. Dishwasher, fl a day. Girls for housework. 112, |l.>. fl*. 130. t£> and S3O per month. Farm hand* fJS. S* am per. $&"». t>ff hearer, 91 *) a da* and foun<L i Brick moulder. cents per M Mill yard hands, f Jfi and |IO. CRANE & DICKEY, EMPLOYMENT BUREAU. Washington at. m-ar I '•mmercla! For Sale. Two lota, corner Eighth and Pike streets, north* west corner, all cleared. Finest lots on Pike street. FRED E. SANDER. C or- Mill and < * n*ju«rrial *l*. MARTIN MARSHALL, >AW IL\MM£UKL w : • * ' - 1 ;• > >VK 4 '• . - M■' *•• \ ,-i.r feSftß * » < r. *»& : • *? I* it the imtontkm of thi g ■' of the Jackson aad HU streets Gable Mtohaie same completed aad inopera- tion bj August Ist next The completion of this line will doable aad treble the ralne of prop- erfcy in the Ticinity of both Jackson and Mill Streets. We can offer today 36 LOTS in JiIISIN ST. JDlim\ AT FROM $250 to SSOO FES LOT. One-third cash; also Olive addition as a whole, 53 lots in all: 5-ACRE TRACTS: 16. 26. 32. 33. 34. 45. 46. 47. 50. 62. 64. 69. At low rates. rSIBLBS I. EITTIMiEB JAMBS STREET. GREAT SALE —or— LACES AND EMBROIDERIES. A job of 500 pieces of Embroideries at 25c per yard, usually retailed at 503. 24-inch Oriental Laces, • - 25c a yard 24-inch Embroidery, ... 25c a yard Oriental Flouncing, ... 50c a yard Embroidery Flouncing, ... 75c a yard 100 White Embroidery Robes, at - 51.50 regular price S3. SPECIAL FOR NEXT WEEK ONLY. 50 dozen ladies' all lilk Mitts, all colors, 10c per pair. T. ATOTJR <Sc CO. FOR SALE! STETSON & POST BLOCK, CORNER OP Second and Marion streets, BY ESUELMAN, LLEWELLYN ft REMOVAL NOTICE. On May Ist, the wholesale liquor store of M. & K. GOTTSTEIN was removed into their new quarters, in Marshall's Block, corner Commercial and Washington Sts. G. A. GOERKE, MERCHANT TAILOR. Attention and integrity assure you satisfaction. BROWN BLOCK. FRONT STREET. EARLY ROSE POTATOES FROM NORTH YAKIMA, JI'ST RECEIVED AT M toll's Front and Union. For a chaw of aeed for thi« Mill nothing can be better than the above, as they are grown in au it*by soil and are of fine qual ity. For eating purposes they are hIIMIr passed. LOGGERS! OXEN! OXEN! • I WILL ARRIVE IN SEATTLE ON OR atiout May 4th. with four car loads of work oxen for sale Enquire at Arlington Hotel. ap»ti J. P. MrCLELLAS. HORBESFOR SALE 0. H. HOLCOMB, HAS OFENED A NEW SALE STABLE ON the allrv. south of l*n**ton"s Livery, where be baa on hand a fine aelertion of horses, and will receive orders for any clasa of horse* dealred. If not in stork, snni tf NOTICE TO CONTRICTOHSIBUILDXHS. SEALED TENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED up to Thursday. May Slst, lww. for the labor and materials ueceaaary In the erec tion aud euelosi ng of the centre building and two wards for the Mmoacd Hfpital for the Insane, to be built at Medical Lake, Spokane county. W. 1 Kid* will lie takm for the construction of the building b»th in stone and brick Bid# will al*»> be taken for the whole or the separate parts of the same, including eiravation. stonework, briekwork. nrwo ter work, painting and glazing, galvanised iron and tin work. A ffrtiicd check to the value of ten per cent, of the bid must accompany each 14d, shirk will be forfeited to the Territory should the bidder fail to qualify with good and acceptable sureties to the value of eighty per cent, of the contract price with in ten days after receiving notice of Use srrfjitanrf of the Mil. AH bids n«>t made out on blank form*, or unaccompanied bv a certified check to the value above stated, or that may be present ed after the time Mated, will be rej«rcted. The Commissioner* reserve the right to reiect any or all bids. I'lans. saeciAcations and detailed draw inns can be seen at Spokane Kails on and after April &Cb. I** Blank form* and all Decenary information can be obtained of I» M DKIMHELI.EK. Trader*' National j Bank. Spokane Fail*. W. T Ail bids t » be *»-aled and addressed to STANLEY iIALLETT. Seeretary of BuJld ! ing f*ommi*siofi. Medical lake. W T., and , will be received up to 12 o'clock 8008, May list, l*«*. st a hich time and p!a<*e they win j t> in the of bi«id«-r« mx^l I $6500 HOUSE. 'pwo FJimrrUV If* \TFI> L'tT^. Ha.-** r on the very «ii»ait (fi ine "iltlL ** A raagniflcea? view: jfi ue iir h borhf *v»i Pwfe a chance will nt • present its- 'i a&ain far year* for some man lo jget a beautiful home, cou>pki£ wttH ail modern improvement*. riticEt $6500. $6500. at osc* to G. c waoonr, Jia * IN THE 'rout Rank, AS USUAL. 6000S DELIVERED AT UNION BAY FREE OF CHARGE HALEY & WRIGHT, SIS FROHT STREET. P. O. Box to TELEPHONE .W. SEATTLE WOOD YARO. DRY AIJtER AND FIR WOOD CTT ANY droinM lriucth. Dry kiii'lllng a »«*■- dalty. ( nil delivered to any jmrt of the dty. Order* refflvvd at IJM Front «treet, or >t yard on Hopkins' wharf, fuot of Mcneea •treet. inhl-t Sm TA. M7RPCLL, Proprietor. SSO LOTS m HAZLEWOOD ADDITION, Two miles from the poatoffice close to lfftdison street They are cheep. $175 LOTS NEAR JACKSON STREET. 100 ACRES OF WATER FRONT NEAR SEATTLE. HOW TO BUY UNO. (•rtflrd rkfckt, PaftkliuM(kl > he Pufti »«■•< iitltaM ■Uik hifn a* KMirnr m q»a-T UthwC In ttirn- 4r«t'ciM -f karm «• < i r p«r* I utk-ti mm i*» - .o-d*. «• off# f*. towitif: WcvUi .!k>* i 3 (r Bi »fef*a »trU» to flr« }e k n' ve» d•« o t*a lain > « •«• ■ae*. efcarra *«Ub«r r«as is B t b**wl *a u« >+:.**>*%*. 4 •! »i'i g!*« y>- <v»t «* «r# "»t»» l-l m ) ttut a-* •>» to V* m»n at trt Af. iftvi hu * r J»• f c.»« • 1..1 «M|f E*i f« Of a» mU*iLC4. TkcJ >•/ w ti »t<l J? (i W o > l" pr *• »** ftftrs *t a. wf *-d * •Jliltvo-n Mcft-ck a «»• ( J I » Mlto! »<£ 44 J «*• / p«|* Vkl Tsa tr ; «eS ia 'inwfi by %>»• Pu*;-1 Ma < 3f*. , >o«i b«tl a«rd t j au-ta p»yat * •! »<4bt, «baft f*~T. r - *fc- par * va.t .;;%•*"» « JKifi. ait fe-ire scv. feM b--fafac£»«€i. MOVING ONWARD fl 11 11 - Wa The people are rapidly recognizing the fact •oar prices on all classes of Dry Goods are lower any house in the Worth west. Dress Goods, Silks, Velvets. This week we shall offer some Tory elegant lis* of these goods, just received from New York, sad assert our prices are as low as any house in America. DOHEN\' & MAT! UM, DEPOT OF LOW PRICES, ferarr Freat ari M««bia strerts. Sfattk, V. £ walled frw on application, and all nriten ctrrhut, and promptly mritH: LOWMAN & HANFORD S. & P. GOT SOI J! AGENTS roR KNABE PIANOS, Mim 4k H««Hi aai Fwrud M Vatay Oiiw— M—lnal Imt— mU. Car—r IV—t 4b Cfcarry ita. ■KTftU, Ml niiTiir aa.2i26.2B.3oA32L*k»StrwW Chicago, IHiwote. PETERSON BROS., I lafwtm u4 DraVn la GROCERIES and PROYIBIONB. •;# Large Stock, Lowest Price*. (Men by mall solicited. Agrntft for E. Nrfktr'a Crfaiiifry Butter. *l4 Front street. Seattle. HARRINGTON & SMITH, lapsrtrr* ul VMntle Dnlfn Have uow on hmul the lanrest and best selected stock ever brought to Paget Soul GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, HARDWARE Iron. Steel, Cordage and 8hl|» Chandlery. Floor. Feed, Hay and Grain. Hoots and Shoes, Crockery and Glassware, Paints* and oils, and all kinds c»f Staple and Fancy Groceries, Also Lime, Brick. Plaster and Cement. Am nt* for Fish Bros. & Co/s i • celebrated Wagons. Commercial atreet, Seattle. W.T. HARRINGTON M SMITH. FISCHER & UNHID, Wholesale Grocers AND IMPORTERS. BKALF.KH IK ALL KIXDH OF Fancy and Staple Groceries, visions, Tol>acco AND Cigala. Corner of Columbia strost and Railroad avanua, SEATTLE, W. X. High ami Level, commanding a Beautiful View. » Aft-ryoi bava birga*aal for "f or mora ! lo*». tboal 1 or j fur m »•,«■/ * a to jp* ia»ii' >oar ct:«? ka »« iiiftbtrk *a-J b-. artil ] <a eaa? <M oa b>a «f>ac fur tbslr tali fa- • raiaa Taa ara thwor*. by tba optiao aaiprvl 'ara* »e »®ftr,iaft«fa Taa re f-,or *ift4aar- r *&4 '■« ■k'f, ft-J at Uk iatu* ; 'ittf *o * wumr >4 > aab « p.x>t^»y. u l yw ftt any flvr, b>rw<r, fr aal j tba b-cl at '-• uk for ;a«ta-a* t vt i ba (am*- |MO| fc iMta t aai for w»r»«l *j oa aai }<a ianai m W poit-ua f tbr a*-d U 4 (k* a |3 *a D!ty a-vd »drtw Ia to hay »ra I ••at wax o a&d ror tia-T c» bScrt i y.m tbft Oi |>or aauyof a.>i- * I 3 : \ t II Mba le * tu"»*b» au > far «a iu .ca «»a feua t. taaoiu iua i M* afurlsf «4»,a0 mvurbw «m l',ft«fO » a»» t ».• jv«.i coraar **»u% t^a bt4H» ai>4 btt.a£» frwta ' b 4 .a4a<«. : B'taa-iifti laikjfttf •*« La.diag for j ter Up Mmtß'a 1 iif 1* ft£»l tfav.'a; a pi « bft4 tbt o«- «-f4 -ttiuA* &-al iiu-< »f Ti.- 4:1, r*..art art B.l*J a a» a »« cf I I oeewKi Special Bargains! Lot 6, block 40, Maynard'l plat, two small building* renting for si6a month, only S2IOO. Lot 4, block 39, Pontius ad. a fine lot for a house, all graded, lawned and fences finest view in the city, a small house, S7OO. A Snap—4o acres fine land overlooking the Sound. Look this up, SSOO. 60 acres inside the platted district, only S3OOO. We will take a one-third interest with right party. Splendid five-acre tracts, cleared, half mile from depot, platted all around, for, each, SSOO. Choice bargains in a few houses and lots. Look us up. MONROE L WHIPPLE, Room 17, rnioit Block. W. A. HASBROUCK 4 CO., KETUL AME> wartime* DEUOOI3T9 AMD DIALS KM IK Photographic Supplies. rwi at.. w. T. FOB fAMLT DIE Snowflake Flour IS< THE REST. TRV IT. frnttto If fba cmUr of npptj to torn**** of the tafat Nma4 tftartrta I'-rttUa Oolacnbu »;id Ataafca took to bar f* a la#(• KOportaca of th«fr gaaaral mmcka* ii-a, (DftdiuMr; toi »api<it«a. Tbft wb 1 ■ «>u of *a« fork, MM da>i f»l . 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