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The Seattle post-intelligencer. (Seattle, Wash. Terr. [Wash.]) 1888-1914, May 29, 1888, Image 2

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Tamil I Open Hi*« Raildlor. !-ae«k Av.
MTWWWI. Tajinrn* .*r IM««.
WfwVla. IMa-rt.. next d"-* to Unatofce.
' WatoHthM* wU)< vWtmm* cheaged
IfceaM give th<- Hid addrinw <b*a*ed a*
watt «a 0i« new >«*■
smm all i*mittaiu-ea to Pwt-limtM
wniCa.*ae»Mc..
General - 6r.t notaWe mil
Mary arret e wax In Wa*tagtaa Terrl
f| at the Ca«estf*' of thr Columbia
law or three year* prior to the begitv
atag el the civil war.
H- ■ KHBOR
Um Kew York WarW after a tbor
aagfc review of the political *»a*tioß
■lata* H i r-n-Vi ' ■• "Mr.
■alar will be nominated by a roar of
acclamation at (»iic*gn. Th« only re
walning quedi.wt l», aiU he decline*
• ThabKil -at ton- do n»t point that way."
While the latent iiuUrtin* report
Oaacral liheri lan'a condition to be
aaww favoraide, there l» »mall nraion
tahope for hi" recover)-. HU l«»M«
la af the kind for wbU h there 1* no
aare, and at th- vary beot be can only
Kagar for a few inonthi. In all pwb
ability, however, he will die * itbin the
*"' L HHMBSSff
Bepreaentati.i' » <Xt and the free
leader* entirely controlled the I'enn
qphania Dem'i- ratk' convention, and
fear did not bodute to aUmp down
appu«iti»it wherever it appeare-l. The
ahairtnan of th" committee on resnlu
ttaaa reports! a platform whi'h ajv
proved the Mlll< Idll ami gn.he.l over
rtWhideat Cleveland an 1 hi* policy In
lha moat approved manner. He moved
the adoption of the platform a* a whole
and In the same breath moved the
pravton* quedloti on hi« "»n nxiUoa.
A delegate offered a «uiMtit'ite for the
platform reporUil but be »«ruled
oat of order by the chairman, the
yrevtout question wan put and the
platform wa* aluptel l»-foro the con
ventioc fairly knew what It «m doing.
No wa« permittoi. and the
Democrats of Pennvylranla were ar
rayed on the fide of free traile without
being ac. orded an opportunity to aay
Whether tbey desired lo l>e on that side
eroa tb« oilier,
m COM I Nil CBI.K«B.«T10M. i
Indication* are thvt the celebration
to be held on the coming fourth of
July will be the t|io*t compete, Inter- j I
eating and nitcwwfiil of any In the
hlatory of the territory. All of the j
Committee* appointed to perfect the
different arrangententa for the day j
are buidly at work and nothing will lie
i«ft undone to make the day one long ;
to lie itmmtertd lit the history of
Hmttle. The finance committee r»-!
port that the citiaena are contributing
ganeroualy and It is hoped and believed
that the total contribution wilt lie
ewelied So the sum of ten thousand
dollar* or more. Ample aecotnnaoda
tions have been arrange*! for in the
Interest of the many who will visit the
rtty from the surrounding country
Mid Eastern Washington Although
the city Is full at present the commit
to* t n aei'omodatlona feel i onl'tdeut
that they will he aide to provide every .
vbdtor with neee»-ary comfort*. In j
thia connection it might 1* well to
atote that although two halls have
been secured for sleeping purposes. It
ha* been ikmtd expedient to can
va*.i tlie city for additional lodglugs, !
Mid all private cltuens whose real
denccs allow of their plai ing mom* at
(he disposal of visitors should not hes
itate to offer their rooms to the coin
mittee and in this way a-«i*t in mak
ing the cel«briitio» n
TilK (IKMOC-RATIC TK'KKT.
Ul* announced Ui'it the ticket which
Witt ho MmiMlni hy the Dwb<* rat*
of Bt. IxmU will 1*: f<»r |>rc ident.
(JruTrr Cleveland; fur vice president,
Allen O. Thtimian. Alhhil the ror
llotiipM of the lir-t half of thin pre
diction Mmi can, of CxHir f, 1 e no
ntuniwr of doubt. Cleveland i*
much the nominee of the Drmoi'rfc'}'
to-day n» he will lv after the coaven
tion has met anil presented him to llir
profile a* an applicant for their »uf
fnp«.
It Is doubtful. however, whether Al
lan 0. Thurman will accept the second
place on the ticket. He has for several
ye«rs re-sdntely declined to take any
part In politic*, lie doubtleas feel-
Utterly the treatment he ha* re«-eivcil
at the hand* of the administration,
The mo-t popular a* well a- the niwl
•hi* lender of hi* party at the time «>l
Ita suci-e**. he had a right to eipe.l
that hl» wlm woidd hare some wei*hi
In the councils of the administration
U* Wfcs disappointed He »« ktwli
ously Ignored l>y the |>re«ldent, who*<
aim eeenied to I* to turn hi* back
Upon the old leader* of hi* !<ar' In
order that room might be made fori
MW »•* Of leader-, brought into pr mi
mm by hiiu-tlf an I devoted to hi'
personal fortune* Thurman **« nol
offered a place In tl> r • ahiuet or a p «*i
tton of «") kin ''- " a " " 1 lnT,l *•
meet the new pre>i.lent or to e-vt
fcis views In regard to the policy of tin
Be* admini*tral»on tn slmrt he re
ceived little more attention than if h.
|i n i« never eil-ted. Surprised an.
•*ined at «hi* uncxprcte.l treatment
he announced that he Iwl linallv jc
tired from poliUc* »'• 1 ,144 ' im *
living at hi* home in t o'.umbu* with
, Ht »> luurh I» pi*it>|! utl-WW* U> .1"
•pinWn on art 'To nil «• '.*»*
t,»4r« bin* Ul * 1 u '•' h ' hl "
olth Uif unwrvittjt «!<■ >f»
(Km thai h* «<<•<>« of -- '-f ' '
It 1* aim "It t«> fh»"n *»«•
Tioo - (~r Tliur
inm *n«» il >* U,tfl ,Ut *"
|«liev« tint he wouM • • t*r for««
(hr iiulnmHic- lh»« »>*"• '** " l>"» ! 1" -
kim »>< W *jrnn,U r !<:• <>* ' *i l•' 11
« titr t.» «!J «»»«• {,f 1,1 m • ho
l„! for t»K-'l' TtiiflTfcur
mino n b» U«- lVttiwwi'
f rvk* |>rx—»!*"* if kr will. ><*•? * r ' l
|« bu« tfaM he w»uU r.v l
(.»Uw «««<f hi* MUM <«i lb*- It' 1*
But at all pn ,t a
thk TWIT*.
T; f IVnvHTAU ■K « •• a» »>«'
, r-, tr »t ti.r-i>"'«'**•' I r ''*''
TUej ih> I* • <l l •' ' '•
( .
oftt.e *hkh (i«o «.ln>i --
|rat«»'i li >- ««*'<■ V * ,i "' U h
tnw.*. A uou-wer-UM *4
tu« uiatr *^ uki ®*"> UUl,i!v u * P"" 1 '
tt* JetfcU-* tt-ti MM to Ui*' r*i :..W
«■< « itut th« |
mm, tki treaty wffi net ta i*"W
Thati»nrula. Kit ImmMmH m
wnriKixiM tha w ® ha
in • petftloa to charge that it »«' op
pnwd bf the Republic®** merely
t! ■ dede to *ware a pclili-al
advantage and not Irani eo«*»<terfr
tiona of hiih jwfcfe policy. a
fair and open to-awfao of At
however the? wfli not 1* able to pre
tend uut « » nrtUmi <*•"« than »
j *urrmdrr of Amu tin* right* or that
the Rcpuhk-an wmlwi were not per
rirht fattening to ratify it.
o* m i» o* iATTtf.
We ere on the eve of the Utile for
tbepreiiency The Democratic na
tional rjßtentfoa will he heM neat
week ami the Rep«hii<nui eonrentlon
will follow two wiieb Uler It i» rar-
Uin who wBI be the candidate of one
party an 4 re®«nah»y certain who
will be the candidate of the other. The
platform* are known in advance, and
no declar iUoa« on the part of the ro«-
rentioo- > an make the attitude* of the
partie- any more clear than they are
to-day.
Pr»n ient flereiand will be the can
didate of the iJeroocratic party ami
hii laat annual n«wi«t will be it*
true pUtform The Petnocracy will
wage a battle for free trade, no matter
bow it m»y *e»k to hi«le the real i**ne
when the campaign in at it« height
and the >ote* of American working
in -n are in liemmd. The KepoMl' an
party will W «*|>C' ted to take up the
et'ueuf protartion to American in
dustry an<i to meet (Teraian i and hi«
mpporten on the Held which the/
hare deliiierately ariected.
If the RejniMkan party does all
that U expected of It. if it declare* nn |
qiialinf iiv in favor of th» protection
of Am.-ri' .in in-lustr::*, If it nominate*
a iii in who fully repre«ent4 the prm
tipliii of th» plst/ortn. there will be
aueb a •|U>rt, *t uid-up battle b-'tween
the fin«!i of protection and those of
fr-e trade a* the pressnt icmhUn
has not aeen. The result of mu-h a
battle cannot be doubtful. It will end in
• {(rand victory for D»pjblican
party, and the revision of the tariff,
which all a Imit to be desirable, will bs
an lertaken by the friend* of protec
tion and not by Its enemies.
If, however. the It-publican party
faila in it duty, If It doe* not declare
unequivocally in favor of protection.
If it does not nominate for prenideut
a man who<e position on the great
question of the day U known to be
right, it will Im> defeated and it will
deKervc a defeat for it* cowardice. So
man mu*t lie nominated in the hop*
of cat liing fre- tr» 1# vote*, no mm
man nu«t be nominated about whine
view* on the tariff there is the slightest
ground for doubt. This U not a
year for the nomination of a dark
hor«c or for the nomination of any
man who lias not been a prominent
ligure in the battle for protection.
The duty of the party i-« plain, and up
| on the faithful performance of that
duty the *uci'e** of the Republican
1 candidate* depend*.
SHOOTING THE R.APIDS.
Orlloua Trip of the Steamer Haa-
Mlo. Hound fur I'wfrl Houml. j
Th« Oregon Railway A Nawgatio.i earn j
j [xuiy'a ititmcr llnwalo, houud for I'nget
I Hound to rt> in rtmaoi*tt«Mi with the eom
| pau> '• other itnuten bow owing t.» !l" j >
iurffftw in tmUc. mn the Columbia river ,
rapid* very *u« enmfulljr Katnrday. under ,
the command off uptiin JuifC W. Tftmp. :
Hundayn <Veywfan> t|n of the v\*ut .
•'There about ».**> *p» etator*. When !
IH vw bi mittMi a bii«li «»f bfMth) m
I » Ef»cct«Jiry hai»n th«? gn-At rrowtin (
i !>mt Uiuhl of the Hvtf, iMI '
Mnrhfur«l rvt-fv *iUbl»- p«iint of lookout. I ,
J « w«,»r»l vri»4 «II«1 iifithiurf
hrmnl hut the loud roaring of tht* MfT),
■crfhlittf. tambttog in«M of water*. trariuK
, tiv«*r the rtK*k rU»ba*»l channel, six lon I.
I «harn whiMhw arn- given from the U**.» (
motive a* a to the HM«-M!O fltat all .
wan ready Thw vlic«»n»in«. «hrlU fonts
were htird above the thnuder of th«* cra*h
inK water* < «pt. James, W. Tr*»uj. wa«
; nt»t »low In to the ftljcual lit*
jfave six whittle* and tapped the en»(l
oeer'k KOUK. A mouient !at* r the lla*Hal»'«
j Wheel Hftturn
HCATIStI Ttir W4T£H l!TTrt ro%M.
.she noted crae* fatly from the wt»»rf,
•vrmtc «f»>uud delll»erateljr, ju»t if
Mns|i.iii)i! U'vnakc « nuontb. quiet, I
tfi|». Interest u,»w became Intent' nud i
thoumiuihitf ey«« vrfr boot with a atralue«l
tmitlou on the nU auior. Nt»w «he haekc«l
hi hind the little Kland midway of the
ebauttel. »wuu« e|«ar and adh d brndf
| for the fearful |»lnuw< * FW a moment th«*
ln>at «*'» uotl to l>ai!. iik • an
f«»r a h»nf and 1 »ft> nicht, then, with h«-r
•harp and glUtening prwiw aimed at the
f» arfus: hreaeh. «he *h«»t t«iwar«l the gre»-n.
odllutf ma**e«. Frtim i*hor»* t\» •hor*' the
flr«i lUie of the rai»l l* Mnrtrbrd 1 tk•• a ear
dou of htrt ak«*r*. and thuuderlntf lik** the •
tumuttuou* nurf. Wilb a ftiil h«ad of
" «teaui th» entered the up|«er break
lu the water*, and berv reei«t%lnf the flntt
laiymhi «»f t'-.*' mlgbty «ortm math *
plunge that thrilled the erowd a* if touch
ed hy an eleetrle nhock " rbere the
: e.\i laimed a thou«and %o4ee* hi k>w. Mkh
dued t*»Uf*. CrtMndiifl: the itrtnk the uleamer
pointing her l«ow upwar\t at a %h«>rt angle. .
I and then bllttdly plunged downward \* if
gt>ing to the tMHtom l»nt »he came up witfi
• « ■t k. an«l mow having
nerm*lf to the RKfty of the
' rapid*, flew with th* of an arr.»w
througU and ovvr the •urging, boil.ng
tat»r«
I A~W than thirty aoe«»n 1*» 'ajai"l fie
time the l'a-« aio rnlcml the iwt of the
rapidt ut.Ul the bad pas* 4 fr»»m view
arouivl the al-rupt bend in the river, going
with a tremeudt u* rate of Si quirk
w» re the rapUla %hot that the feat w.-*t a* •
. lotapluhed aim«*t U-f »w the efowdt rtoilo
; rttamer ttew «lowa the antuing e»»ur*»- at
»ywd, and arm pau*ed
m HIR WILD raaiKß
t'ntil the h»w. r t * we rea -he I
Thl* 4tatao«o wa* ma te in lea# than wvn
minute*, rapt. In»up deaervragv*-wt Piwlit
for th«- t sti-l. nit iclv «N>tirag«NH(* manner In
whteh hr made the (wHtom mn W • >av
i Mrnktw, for tbe paawaffg made n - llw
M«c«t *?aJt" ever i?s»h hy auy other !•*■!»,
ex«*e|*l theOkanogau. wa-n jr» aru No
i a*i«lent hap|«en<-xt, which, under all the
« ta» um««a »* v«. a Ms. « a«'* a id hnl laat
1 f athe< h» t apt Troup • «*a|*.
] To ft.iti to iw»' itereat of the run, tbe liar
• *»* sit Tl ts v.I U'KIU to whittle a* noofl %% the
lta««a-o !i r ii.| »!aMt-l ?»it»ar*l
' the raci-la Tueae w hUtlea were r»'psaud
, e»ery t* w •revwula. ami w»*re k«*pt up «•
l«u:£ a» tbe Haoalo <s»ald brww I hra -
farvwv'l atgua *, whi«*b as-em to bavw a •
m i'h anrv, »rrt> ana\» red every
4t a » •» «• U II s»«a' • - **»e w «
I U apmg aad p'unctug b**a»lK.a!»f
thf rwUiag nabn. Laiaßotit*#
»ideawf th H* k« H up hmd, wild, d »
• rorvtaat • •^ ? < k*a"» tK. v while tht»«U'a -»er
a«» makh *: tlvr dangi-roua passage. Alto
-1 j g« ihs r. It waa
FT TM*»T UUITT
i And svoe wb • a ope> taum will n» ver frtrti-t
\n*l «>«*« *h i h wjli tK VtJf fc>c*>:•*
H-» i • * * lli ■* • l.i-** .
w u ih# |H» <M Ike
TW| Un4l«*M l
htt* and rlHrrwl, •'-'* l i|f», » m
*vrv justiU t«» bj lh«*
*v.«t»y hunttrt th* k# T'U*
tbv } .• w- ?■*
* a:**- •»«! t< »i h*>«l
•I r v *•.»*-■#. llcrt- the Cipia »
rrm*«»<-4 iof mhl* « few mmitr*. »tt*J
o» t«» hUtkuMl •**»«! » oMf i
TW H .»*j ...» -4 tun? ift • l» *
«&*>*"
KI IC K nr 111 K
H> v H hu* %tt'4 fwl-'At tt-s« *n>>m
la*. Mr* \<■•••**' «t- ♦. |
U ** ** wp «wl ttr** * •«*
■iwmu »t ifcf U'i t «'•.*£&■ it «*r». -I \\h
Utf l»fcTiUa|lrV,Af .'
tt f <—•M-hw, Hfcr a « m. ! t V? nr.* (Ktl
»»t lrt«l U« li» hrf ibi* M*wT;<:n« "" H : *
W..»4--WW MM f I* i fev* «•»» lat to
*mf Sv.HhSttu? |s%ft.-u a •-v4! 1? I* vb»ffi - * » - r
, v|:\ sn h a s« u<< u> W iru»i
«4 .%» W
A «■ »*■■•*. * »J HL«i BHWB - 'Vir. t y*»*»
lv3».' T * * •-'«!■£»*KW •<*• •* '* JtMWH—
"U ># St . b U>» WV-*I V)G! «" *• "*»A
«*u?t r a»-• *<ifi t*» I*'* floSS* f.*t * H. s r
it v lai (fc -* ** • *•** * %*w»-
Tfc' **•* •faMM't T»«a| U4y ?*►***»«
f>« *a * i»4 uit 4**- M.%
in 4fe*jNL (h«t ♦*» <rv.'£*Mtet i**
!<%i
ti iM> Kt'tt *■< a »>l." \ - Uly
—•"H*# ri»i» >»«*, tlf. H».,
j* ,w;.Lx. Itufttt 4-4 L& ill v■ vl• -""h-.'' —*A' *r i i-i
■■l
CIU4r« uj to fiictet'i Uiisht
?£,*?£ m r2i «£k~
WaafctaNdoa ftnlMß. J»| MM kaow
iKkkvkcMMi <fll>«ihr>kr«t>
mZin* kte «UM w jamb r*i a eß
(Bertoe). iMbertaa*"* «*•». Sora fr<*la.
Caaa4* m>3*l
votice.
runu) tmmr. *o. ttW, i
Knsm or Um. .
runtu. King«•..»- T.Mmj S. Wrt
We. the Btahw of PtaakHa K. of L.
eaaaeqwMrty lovera of lair **•!>. who rj-«-
SellcSSmtkKMiith which r««rh« r*o he
narked. after eanrfal twMsatUm and
<wa«ttm(fci* ef the tmbfcr at pnaent ex
teMac ta Seweaatle.
Mr, ThM we shall lake do action la
*** ITlr ' !Fll D. McOTlßfc*
ny 9 JOBS B. HUM?.
OILMAN'S
ADDITION
I
Important Announcement!
Tbe partita In control of the terminal
MOMti of the Seattle, lake Jhore A Eaat
rra (Uilwoy at Smith"* hare ordered
mat a ax identic amonat of the property he

ON THE MARKET
And Halo made for the next alatrdar*.
Partlw >ledrlu« to pnrrheeo fliould make
awtlicatiou within that time, a* the prop
erty will never araio be offend at aa low
at the pr-» nt price*.
On «aie at the office of
LEWIS ft CBUAI,
Wharw ylat aay ha arnariaai
mjt>u
WAUTt —TO MtT-rOK »AL«-
A4*eftuMaenta under the bead* of IA»U
Foand. For Hale, To I«t and Situation.
Wanted will be inserted at the rate of 2
ovill* a word for fint insertion: fi® per eenL
or each •utxeqnent liwerttau. rajment
always in advance.
VI *• ANTED —ORIIER* FOR WASHING
» t„a Broom Worts »» W. rteiicca st.
U? ANTED- FATEON AUK poa SEATTLE
vV mailt* bfuomn Washington broom
Works. IXINNKIT A HKVl.lt- my"J» St
WANTEP-BV A GENTLEMAN, tt'R
V> nished room in private faintly . In
good locality, with or without board. H
A M.. thlnomce. mya It
IVAXTED-BY JOE Ist. TWO FUR
» v tililied rooim (unite preferred) in pri
vate iamiiy. with hoard.or nearrestaurant.
AddreM FRANK, tl:i* oi»«-e. wiy'J* -t
WASTKII.-*.\IJ»LADV: MIVT HAVE
Vv txpi-ri-'iii-i' In selliug faucjr dry
kikmlii. i hestcr Ck-ary.
\\*ANTF.II —lili KINK MEN" TO BI V«i
V V flue lot, lu Pblsnej'l adititiou ai
per lot. Bunli A Boartmiii. Hutier hlix k Ji>
|»R BALR—KUtVEN FIVE AC'KE
I irai-ta near Jackson street cable line.
Nnuli i Knarman.
\a* ANTED—I-AUY, AlTI\ K AND IN
11 telligeiit, to repreneut. lu her own lo
cality. au olil tirm. Hefereuoea required.
Fenuaiient poittioii ami wUr>. B.
HAIXHKIIM.K. Miinaner..» Kiml.- SI .N V
Ist! KENT-A FCKSWHED FRONT
room, suitable loritetitienian in private
family Apply thi« offt--.- my^Otf
\» * A NTED—TW ENTT THAT fN
-11 i|,*nt,!i«l Apply to Mlas
lmiin.il al roklas. wlintcrmnn A'" '» ni'Jl
\m*AN"TKI»-Ti> BCY KF.t'ONU II AND
V V empty pork or other pickle barrels.
James Uosit'rti A I'o. mylJ Im
»m* ANTF.D—A C.I HI. FOR GENERAL
vV b<>u*-w>»rk. Mnit be a compeWut
cook iioo«l waKi-a. Mr*. 11. U. lx-wfu. cor
ner Fourth and Jame« »lreet». mys tr
-IX> KENT -THREE FI'RSMHEP ROOMS
1 IJW *.fon<t street. my;.- lit
IMB KENT-TYI'M-sHED AND INFIK
I nlshetl roomr in all parts of tlie elty.
t all on piiacaov, 4 Oi, mrnn
■J4 nint Z'. Pnlou t'j.H-k. Front «t. mir^i
|>|R SAI.E—< JIOK'E RMOEM'E l»T»
I 4 within three-quarters ol a mile from
I )t»er» Block an<l one block from street ears,
ai 9AOO, S7iJO. f»»*i ami fUO each. A. A.
HK1.1.. room *■ Opera Block. myZ-'tf
ISoli HALE-A IX>T IN NORTH liEAT
ile, one block nasi-if achoolhouse. Ad
ilmaT. I'FEN. thUoMiee. m>|is tit
«X>R SAI.K URE TRAIT* ON I.AKK
I* I'nlon. Nu-e property. Apply to ff.
i'arrv rtmlth, Jataes street, opposite Oeri
dental hotel. mylA tm
I *oK SAI.R-FOtR U>TS WUIJO FEET
I 4 each, one bloek frotn Mill street eaWe,
ati«l ftftevii bloeks tMiii ptwtiitr.ei 1 . t'leansl,
fi-uead and plant.-l iti fruit tree*, full bear
inc. <m!y&«eafh. West !*»re*;n in the
rlty Itush A Itonnnan. HnllfrMis-fc. m> l-ttf
I>Ht HAI.E—A ti<»«»l>. HVKIi FINISH
4 hoii«'. T rooms, lawn, fiovrers. shrwh-
«!i<l {ruit tree* l«K wixi'JO. on Mill St.,
tllieen mlautes walk from -tofflc-v Biish
.4 li-si"nian. Itmler hlork mi t -faf
V-VIR S.VI.E-'WO ACHES OF TIMItF.R
I 4 land In *'iohomlsh eotiuty—twelve mil
lion f.-et ol rtr to i» r aere. Bush A Hoar
marl. HutU'r hii* k myl: tf
|*OR SAI.E-9W A' RE* OF TIMBER
I 4 lainl on iiray'» Hsrts»r, nuly O per
*er*v Hush ,% Hi'arman. Bntler Wnrk nyl^f
I KiR SU E l flO At Kl> OF WHF.4T
4 latiil. tn the heart of the (treat wheat
l»tt of Eastern Washington, on the line of
the s I. - i F.. R. R . every ai-re rva.ly for
the plow, only I s >0 per ai-re. Bush A
ftoarman. Bntler lil-*-k myiatf
IOST -ns l AUBER SMITH A WESSON
j revolver, on city dis-k: will I* |*i«l
f.t lis n-tnrn to this office.
Ili-T- A BI.A- K BIRIi |KWi, ABOI'T
j two ir,mths ol't: 111*- ileseription is a*
f»How> White »trl|>e under m-ek, t.n.»n
paw*. l>r>'Wtt sp,it* over »-aeh eve; the Antl
er w,li Is-suitably rewarde4 by retwraln*
lo th|.. F fth »tr-et Iny.* : t
I ie-r FKiiM Bt'loiY. ANOVEIMOAT
I j last sat.i-tiav evenii,/. between
»ii,t liojsvt striets, and Nlnih an I line.
Fin ler please Mura to S ||. FvifTKK,
\.- >. Hn-s.» street mv •« :•«
MIINKY T»> oS LIVK >T<«l K,
houx hoM furultum, wn'irbtadl*, rtc
■r \ '* • .•»' 5i '(» • Mil IKK it
iU, Jtmv* *trrvt, opf* **!!«• «t*?t
WASHINGTON CAIP No. 1.
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1 iah|* N•» 1. T »» • •■( A. »ivl»**.'u»
M«- at r>tU«n •*% t- »• «».'k i%U«rp
VtVitfu-vday. 3Wh. l»» nuitc
wi»hlh*"«' V H in ifte'fitm&r *t;d
* ul Mt'UiO'lM i) « ' ■ «.
< a»\K 11 PfcE-T-'*.
2? 31 rrfi>kDt
HUOK .\ND UNO. \TItMION.
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1. V 4 « \r> :r,K. ->fi... •' nt» j>
m ho*i:.t*» of iw»f-*n wtv HT . mJw o(
I £. M'Vtje, KiMx-ssAa
~ NOTICE"
p i- hi!.? r.K KC« Kivrn tr THE OF
I > r,-. -i V.'r up/.. *> untfl J\r r 4th,
as r. Kwmfttui tbfwi
1 lU> *>Vv »i, <* 4|J KM'l. r.»'l .j* «c-
FWllUfat Jk l I.Aiik.
ta -T \ Krv r.x <"«
THE MOST
SIGHTLY
Lot on Second street for
sale. Price 83000.
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THE SEATTLE POST - INTELLIGENCEH. TUESDAY, MAY 7s, 188 S.
4nn Ikt riaU o< Um fart. Mmmk,
lac the moraine asa the world fa
people and said, and the ««i«| ifh***
that it wa* the earth that a**ved, while the
aaa, the taiaSuj artrtlDe! of Inanity. moved
TV fa&ary waa at iaat ex
ploded by aa laaovator-aad M OHM Mar
nattqUa hi* Ufa "biiaaaa tt ahoeked
tlx cuaaui aCtrm"
The oid arhooia of m*dlei«ae. clad la the
aadest walk of alter i iiiimi i allna
whoa* ala pic robea. hare, m they ia«pt
dawn the eeeridoa* of the eentarioa, cawrht
aad held ao mach of the teaching of Hip
pocratea, ('dm mat Galea, hoary with «a
tkjnity. ever mew ally worahiptnjt the aid
while they Invariably towibattad lanova
tloaa and riewad with cynical akeptfcfcaa
each aew dbrevery. Can aarh a body be
regarded aafe to tnat aae'a fkydnl Up
ptpeaa with*
The traveler who aUrta on hi* joomey at
aaidaight haa far more to fear dariac the
Crat few boar* he trope* hia way. than
after the parpllnc eaat herald* the ap
proach of day. aare to fear daring the aa
certaln Vfht of anfoidtng dawn, than alter
the goUea aplendor of the ana Oooda hie
path with radiance,
J net ao. far back in the hlatary of medi
eta* they hindered alonr, employing the
mineral*, the moat loathaonw conocctivne
that the brain could conceive, and the
Irgarira or hi lilooam hare been ae*loa»ly
defended far cen twice, only dbearding
then whea the taaoratoneoapelled them
by their aaccea* to reluctantly rellaquiah
their octofMM hfH
Every Imgihr sore In medicine haa
beets a protect againet the barbarttie* of the
old Irrational ciin«l»anraN It aiaat be re
membered that every atep taken haa been
Utterly run tested by thoae in pme»M
after failing to eraab the beneficial Inno
vation they hare been compelled to em
brace It.
C'oaw. vake np ud more on laid the peo
ple to tfce old irhool, acrept the new teaeh
tngm, or we will leave roo to atarre,
and tbtu la iplte of their coo
•erTatlsm thejr bare had to more
on, to he are always awar behind
the time*, but still they rrawled mall-llke
and painfully along, far in the rear of the
■tarted (tandard bearer* of pn|R«ln
thoofbt Slowly and rebeniosaly they bad
to areept the dlaroTerlea of than whom
thay denounced aa dangerous quacks.
Many bare been the rade awakenings that
this time honored old school has suffered
from progieaalTe thought
But fame is earned, not merely by thingi
written, but by arduous greatness of deeds
accomplished. Every assault upon the im
pregnable citadel of true science baa added
numberless recruits to Its cause. The sma
ll It! on of calumny has been exploded. The
deadly projectiles hurled hare missed their
destination. The shafts and arrows lie
broken at the feet of victory. And when
Aurora's rays shall have pierced the smoke
of the beautiful, the name of the hlstoge
netic system of medicine will glitter a
bright and Imperishable sun in the diadem
of science, when those who tried to wind
their slimy colls around ita snowy throat
have mouldered in oblivion and their epi
, tapha have vanished from the face of the
; earth.
Five years ago I took down with rheu
matism, gravel and inflamation of my
«toma<*b. 1 was two years on my back and
could not turn over. I had the best medi
cal aid of Seattle that money could procure,
lint 1 received no benefit. I was shipped
to 6au Francisco, stayed there 5 months
under expert medical care and I received
some slight benefit there. All that time I
suffered excruciatingly in my stomach and
kidneys and my left leg was almost the
si/A* of two legs and as ban] as a rock its
whole length. I could hardly eat anything
and was failing fast. I gave myself up to
die, in fact, 1 thought it was only a matter
of days. About that time a'l the country
round me raug with the praise of Dr. J.
Kngeue Jordan, and his new Histogenetic
system, of which he was the author. lie
took no cases unless they were given up as
incurable by other reputable doctors. He
chsrged nothing for services or medicine
and his object seemed to be to show to the
world thu coming revolution of the medi
cal science. I had myself conveyed to him
to the Brunswick hotel, where his office is.
!n one day after taking his medicine the
terrible pain in my stomach that stayed
with me so many years and that doctors
east and west,of every school and no school,
could not dislodge, vanished. My bodily
health came back to me. I threw away my
crutches. mid If it were not for the remain
luk stiffnesa of my knee I would be a young
man again. This does uot begin to tell the
suffering I endured, a volume eould not do
Justice, a pen could not convey It. I! was
sleepless nights and day* or torture, rest
wa* focvlgu to me. All this transformation
to health has now been a year and I have
no recurrence of the trouble. I am ft years
oW, have lived thirty years near ?<eattle f
and my many friends never expected to
nee me about again. lam still taking the
medicine aud have hopes to get the use of
my knee bock. lam positive bad I known
of Dr. J. K. Jordan and his great Histoge
netie system before 1 was practiced on for
year* by all the big and little doctors, 1
should not have spent years of unutterable
misery, and thousands of dallars in money.
In my opinion, having tried all kinds of
doctors, there is but one rational system of
medicine, and that is the mitogenetic sys
tem, and having seen so many other so
called iucurable cases like Bright's disease
and bliudne«s, etc.. of my neighbors get
well, 1 concluded that the Mitogenetic
system of medicine is the coming system
of the world ami all other schools will have
to give way to it as darkness to light.
r. mcNait.
I have been suffering from neuralgia of
the heart from childhood and have tried
coaulh-as remedies. I have inflicted every
kind of misery upon myself in the vain
effort to get relief. Doctors told me that I
w.'uid have to undergo a surgical operation.
At !a«t when everything failed and I art
tied down to despare, I heard a great deal
about Dr. J Eugene Jordan and his new
s> stem of mediciue. I sent for medicine,
simply desrribing my case. In a weeks
time after taking Dr J*«. histogenetic medi
cine all my of a lifea standing dis
appeared; that wa« three months ago. and
it was not oily the neuralgia, but I also
suffcred from dyspepsia. would vomit np
even a drink of water as aoon as it would
get warm a Cy vafferings mere so great that
1 often felt tempted to commit suicide. 1
consider Dr Jordan s the only medicine
worthy of that name. Molui Dt l,
Whatcom, w T.
Mv dancfcter. Mrs FL Richard. Sterling,
T ■ *a* pWtly U4 with wuuuraputw,
Nf from the tunc* and the couch *en-
Ifcrai'v characteristic of that drndful mala
»!* The 4t*ea«*> was f«>or y<-ar« landing.
1 rtne t«* l>r J Euseiwe Jordan my dnngfc-
U*.ne t«»» fivWi' t*» come. she took the
d«v?or » medirin* a iwk and he«raa to frel
Utter la aS'tit two m-mtb time fn»m
flr%ttakltsjc the medicine she entirely re
wrwl 1 «?*te thi« p«N!i»*aily from a
s*-:ist of duty to the unparalkled Histoff
tJrtk if«H la of iwtttdlie a.ci t • »>ilf*-rtns
bumaait.v at J L. ?x<tii.
Pi J Etsntt Joani*.—lVa: Sir —1 iw*
to this opr**rtaaxty to add my mite <4
crafcrtul we»i«ti??;on to yo*r namcrta® tmtf
mofeiak {>e t* u> ;*. t * derl from rosr tin
e*jKatl«4 .acvii Uu4 Ail my Uia i *iiT«*rvd
!-•*» t«»tr . "«r a aM {wrtirity of Um !hrer,
t ii. .j* the farm ©* violent *;« k fc* * '*. be*
aitd «e*w cram pa My s*ffering» were
ui» -t tattwv aa4 1 Rad teen af*r-04a4 fcf
%*«**{
th?*— « ata» i.v* »i *- :%n 1 alt-t* ir I
Wvu T«- »..<!•, iM» .*4 J rniM I |
hat rery Mt?,~ ?a*t** »n <? .? * *», | wra# I
yvr* • I.. .* i tsu in a lew v. ° .»fcs 11
«*pert«ace4 gr al rehef U J»i» u<«qUli I j
■ - ' ■ i '-* >* A! :- - r 1 «?3 I j
. perfectly rnrvd, tasi «a? anything wltlunft j |
. xj*cf« .t in* and it i* with 1
the t?.-»< st»cr?« frmtUcKte U at X now in- i
icrttsc m:wcll Xt*»i uravfal??,
Mas X iiA J
T&ll lft% *» **** k*ej*r to the t*e*u& !
AuMtaf aarsfficc. I
T* is the intention of
tks management of the
Jackson and Kit streets
Cable Road to hare same
completed aad in opera-
tion bj August Ist next
The completion of this
line will double and
treble the ralne of prop-
erfcy In the vicinity of j
both Jackson and Kill
Streets.
We can offer today 36
LOTS in
JACMSON ST. IDIITION
at no*
$250 to SSOO
PER LOT.
One-third cash; also
Olive addition as a whole,
53jlots in all:
5-IGRE TRACTS:
16.
26.
32.
33.
34.
45.
46.
47.
50.
62.
64.
69.
At low rates.
CIIKCIB B. KITTUCU
JAMBS •TRIIT.
IJNKIXDEST CUT OF ALL.
mnORS BELOW COST FDR ORE WEEK OILY!
We have seen prices cut down on fancy articles, but
never before on such a staple article as ribbon.
PBICB LIST FOR 2STEC3CT WEEK OKLY.
Plain edge or Crown edge, all silk, warranted:
No. 2 5 cents I No. 7 12# cents
" 3 7X " " 9-..."5
" 4 8% " " 12 20 "
" 5 10 " | " 16.... 25 "
HALF BII.K.
No. 5. 3 cents No. 9 cents^
"7 5 " "12 10
No 16 12 J^c.
We adrtae all nutomtn to take advantage of theae low prlcea, which are leaa
than wholesale met. Price* 00 Fancy Ribbon in proportion. No limit a» to
quantity. For genuine laxeains, for the heat gooda, rot the k>wcM prices, call at
T ■ A TQ-qrR,
Opera IHoolc. Front wtroet.
ALBERT HANSEN,
MULKBH
Watches, Diamonds and Jewelry.
Sola afssti for tks celebrated
STEIMWAY PIANOS,
And other FiraUilaaa Make* of Piano* anil Organs.
ratal BLOCK. EBOMT STREET.
REMOYAL 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. COERKE,
MERCHANT TAILOR.
Attention and integrity assure yon satisfaction.
SHOW* BLOCK. FRONT STREET. *
NOTICE TO
COHTRACTDESiBDILDEBS.
SEALED TENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED
up to Thursday, May .Hist, 1?«H, for the
labor ami materials nirmiy in the erec
tion an<l enclosing of the centre building
and two partis for the proposed Hospital
for the Insane, to be built at Medical Lake,
Spokane county, W. T.
Kids will be taken for the construction of
the huildim? both in stoue and brick.
Bids will also be takeu for the whole or
the separate parts of the same, including
excavation, stonework, brickwork, caroeu
ter-work, painting and giaziLg, galvanised
Iron and tin work.
A certified check to the value of ten per
cent, of the bid must accompany each bid,
which 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 the
acceptance of the bid.
All bids not made out on blank forms, or
unaccompanied bv a certified check to the
valne above Mated, or that may be present
ed after the time stated, will be rejected.
The Commissioners reserve the right to
reject any or all bids.
Flans, specifications and detailed draw
ings can De seen at Spokane Kalis on and
after April *2T»th, I>WH, Blank forms and all
necessary information can be obtained of
D. M. I)Ri'MHEi.LER, Traders' National
Bank, Spokane Falls. W. T.
All bids to be sealed and addressed to
STANLEY UALLETT. Secretary of Build
ing Commission, Medical liake, W. T., and
will be received up to 12 o'clock noon. May
.Hist, ISMS, at which time and place they will
be opened in the presence of bidders. mv3l
WANTED.
Wood choppers. $1 cord.
Waiters, tlJand 111 a week.
I>lshwa»hef, $1 a day.
Girls f >r housework, sl2, |L*>, sl* S"JO, $25
ami S3O per month.
Farm hands, S"J6.
Hwamper, $H.x
v Miil yard hands, fa* and S4O.
Laundry help sls to $35 aud found.
1 taker SSO and found.
All kinds of help furnished free of charge.
FOR SALE.
Milk Route— Beat paving mate to Seattle;
family trade »f LA (ration, dally; it hauia,
cants etc., complete. Hold at a bargain.
11-dk'lq lodging house, fnruiturv aud fix
turwa, fMbO. Two yean lease.
Keatauranta, t-*< to |SjU.
A few choice building loU that we own,
cheap.
FOR REST.
V 4 acre ranch on Vashen Island* rent
taken in labor
Improved ranch at Orcas Island, $75 per
month.
7 room house and furniture for sale, sllO.
Four acres near town.
Time checks bought
CRANE & DICKEY,
EMPLOYMENT BUREAU.
WaaMngviu •!., near Commercial.
REMOVAL NOTICE.
Agencies or the remington tyfe
wrtter, (rtiw ii;eand*-Mvt>t lair.j**, Are
•*-•!<« and dairy fupplieft. ConMfHMoad
and Cwlumbix slmu, opposite tin lu,*too
bl«k *n27-ftt
NOTICE.
T HAVE THIS DtY PURCHASED THE
»t««r k arid flxturea and rood will of lite
fmit and eizar «t »r»* of Vn, Swiwcr, ICS
Fr.»nt rtrert, and all d* i»t* *r»- bmtftef
payable to me fi Bra A »',> -2t
FOR SALE.
THE HTF.A* VAC]IT,
JENNIE JUNE.
For has no eqnal. In A 1 fon4l*
ti.m. Will Ifff'tammll Fur
iurti* r In forma! H>ti at-t U at
J. W JOKER'S
m>-27 Stotv. 111? Fr nr tn^-t,
IMPORTANT TO INVESTORS.
•OO Arret of Fir«t-rlm*« l.and, north
of (»rrrn take, IttOl «> °lj»
thi* U a My bargain.
I HAVE Gift AX U>T »>F THE
eholecM estate tn Bf«'tk *nd Kins
eucnty. wlu« -* I <*scr a: «e*lr *rk t»ri«*ea.
<*£» Dr»itrrcu
0®», weal *i«i- of ial »trrT t. np
•tarn. Wtw*m MiU and Wa«ain<t<ja. l*p
Timber for Sale.
Tro MiUJoV ran, TEN MIUS mox
SMilie. wilfc on Sutttttl;
can ta Uwj •a-l •« iuts Uw iralrr. Fat
Mittatima, aadncw TUtlUtat TU.tr
•ale, T«. <
IN THE
Front hi,
AS USUAL.
GOODS DELIVERED AT
UNION BAY
FREE
CHARGE
HALEY & WRIGHT,
ers raoirr STREET.
P. O. Bo* it>. TRI.EFHOMK s».
SEATTLE WOOD YARD.
DRY A unit AND FIR WOOD cot AKT
ilodntl Worth. l>ry kindling a «i>v
c laity. <"o#l delivered in any |*rt of the
city. Oiler* received at I*. Front »treet,
or it } ard ou Hopkins' wharf, foot of Seneca
•tn-rt.
; ml. P. 3a T. A. RCSBEI.U l'roprietor.
ISO LOTS IN HAZLEWOOD ADDITIO
Two mile* frofc the pcwtofflce cloae to Madison street. They are cheap.
$175 LOTS NEAR JACKSON STREET.
100 ACRES OF
HOW TO BUY LAND.
C«rlll«< Cluck a, raftklt u llfk
•a 'ke Pm|»i k«ii« ttilaiai
■>ak Uitta u iMiritf
tot HlMtf lllilMi
Ta Om. dralroaa t pri*i«ftT >■
•im» *»* baoa»ia« propartr o«atfa tu laa4
lord*, in otar Ik* I* torn.uf :
W* will .Ilo* i'i« tnm ike* to
In ja«ia" llmm. acesr* a( u> Um !im ><-«••■
■me*.
«« cki-i • •ItK-r ptn mm i* » m
Is* (t»rtu, » J will jit» jo* * ij
»•!.«« I"4*a |iS *B I M\ tau »-* .t.«. to i
X. . oat aa: (MO araalbm a tea« '
"1 a >■«:' *1 -• »l !»• n uwttcm. TfcJ n
*«ll afcJ -r <1 -l-atl lota.
We t<li •« »•>'• l» j» r e-*». s« »-! «wrrt'<t ;
» «ay will «It* o-r a»d ca c» '<k iba
I M 4 it«» -•/-
a ami tr a< r<|<c it
iltwal tail
»a» »«f kmc kiut rHm n tri
4piilalkmiM«knMMi«.nl,
ft Mulct HAH j
The plainest evident* thM we are oßVrtr.it all gra.l.-< of ,irv b«A .. i j
•rim lua HT othrr hoax Ivtkr rilt, in in Ihf («rt thai, dij iftn S ]
number of ladies that throng our store Is ever on the tnrrrasr. When OMaZ "I
bosines* a month ago we ir.»<te tbe assertion that.our prim no all ]
be as low as any Eastern establishment. Thousand- of ladies now I
truth of that assertion, and this week wj will (tive more emphatic proof. b2 1
ever that our price* are the loweet In the Northwest. I
Oor policy never has heen to offer a few article* at a vrrv low prlev aria
very high price for evrrethinr else. We ite't w»nt any thin* f> do wiifcZJ !
system The system we have In operation i* to offer
Ira} Class of Diy Goods sid Finiiiiisi 6Mb fj
At the very lowest rate of profit that cloac economy anil low evpeiuva wtO M.
mit. and during the past week we have ha<i hundreds of ir-cvoraManwjiw
Ladles admitting that they save 30 per cent, by purchasing at our csteMUatat
NEW FEATURES THIS WEEK
Prices Lower than Ever.
i „ .
Tk(Mrt «nM attwtiM (ITM to MO «<M. mai l -[• L
waiM IkM M tffUwliaa.
DOHENY & MAEUM,
f««f fn»t a< Colialajilmh. SotUe. Et
HARRINGTON & SMITH!
I apart era art White aala >ialm
Bare now on hand the largest and best selected stock ever brought to PafMtNgt
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, HARDWAM
lion. Steel, Cordage and .Ship Chandlery. Floor. Feed. Hay and (into, BaM : '
and S'.ioes, Crockery and U lass war*', faints and Oils, au<l all kinds «<
Staple and Fancy Groceries
Also Lime, Brick, Plaster and Cement Agvnta for Fish Bros. A Call :
celebrated Wagon*.
PETERSON BROS.,
laftrtm aai »«alsr» la
GROCERIES and IPROVISIONa
Large Stock, Lowest Prices. Orders by mall solicited.
I Apsta for K. ■wktr'a Creamery Butter. 11l Front street,
AS USUAL, ALWAYS UP WITH THE TIMES,
GALLAGHER & GRUNKRAI
Successor* to Alfred BnT<ler,
Have this d«j received the agency of W. F. I*ett'* Creamery
guaranteed to be the Choice*! Hwtter that come* to the city*
Alto keep a choice lot of
Staple and Fancy Groceries, fine Eastern Lard Mi
Heats of all descriptions.
We will not be nudenold, and satisfaction guaranteed In wry ran.
GALIAGHEB A GEUNKRANZ.
Cnnri and Heed Merchants, TOfl Front atreef, Seattle. W. T*
Plowman & hanfobd b. a p. 00.
SOLE AGENTS FOR
KNABE PIANOS,
■mm A Haalla aad Furaad * Votay OrpM Pmliii fti
Madoal lattaaeata. Corner Front St Ckmrrj nfau
INTENDING TO CONFINE OURSELVES
TO THE WHOIJKALK TRAM! OF
Groceries and Hardware, a
M
Exclusively we now offer our entire ilwk o(
Dry Goods, Men's Furnishing Goods, Boots and ShM
to the trade at greatly reduced prices.
We alio offer at either wholesale or retail. AT COOT, onr entire utock o( t'updk
Oil L'lotUi, KUK», Mattiux, Window Shades, etc. We repeat at Coat
Call early and iMura bargain**
SCHWABACHEB BROS. & GA
For Sale.
Two lots, corner Eighth
and Pike streets, north-
west corner, all cleared.
Finest lots on Pike street.
FRED E. SANDER,
Cor. Mill and Commercial >|>
$6500 HOUSE.
TVO BEAimrULLY LOCATED LOTS,
with • new, t-lght-rooin,two-story bouse.
ID rvt«ir, situated on the very
summit of the "llill." A maimifleent view:
fine neighborhood. t*u«h a rbauee will not
pwteirt itself attain for jr« ar» for some good
man to git a kautiful home, complete
with all modern improve meat*.
PIIICEI
$6530. $6500.
Apply at once to O. C. PHIS KEY,
James street. opposite Occidental Hotel.
Oigb and Level, commanding a Beautiful View.
WATER FRONT
A!t*r;o* tin loffi'Mt lor or noR
le*«, you, threngb .1' jto- ra or ac> 2<i»>f.t,
bwxca praM*.l for ui j ,i u< T*ualf i»
pr-w*:. j'.u/c (!■ ■> tb* b«o'< and bar art. I
a*e**r-d oa tea f»- tkrlr 101 l It a rtla*
To« a. a. tber-'ore. bjr tb* .pUca »l 1 prrl
la.aaa-« ffer. -nja jg.ioai •<•«•,Jw. Tim
ara yew '»-•»■.t- rar J baai*r,a <1 at Uw M""
tiow it wrmr of rj'aaba
"k "4 yau at any tlaaa, bowaT-T, pr*aamt
tb* h-ck. at Muk fur par is at t>«, will ba
am*" aia!) a .n.r»i and ft*>.ir>iaim ua. aid
>o» backy.aiiml all t labia af poirbaao jf ib
aa '1 lau4
Wa «8,-r a go. -a opportunity «td adrlaa
y«4 ** i.o; oow. Iwl wait o it-* and ra*-
ilartr- to ift>r i y>a lk» otporan>y t.f aaylm
I b«» la .-b accL I„d tub a lot a lew
m tia mi i torr-j m.c»a:4 s>.w I; Uaou ao
k.a b.
Sib •frarfare ao mtfifbo* *oa oam
f .-ii« >P< .-B« jocr l>raa Wtae tlo
b«Ou. ai«i rti fm ' L- a :▼Uico.
T a s lit ,al U» hOiiilM for
ktm'l:*
MtU'*r'W»'| U (Unir fcWus I&4 |rOWlO£
Wlk a fcaaltil) grottk.
UcKM-f»] raaoiroeiotiiiiti* of fukoUßtioi
KHI r*-i a
tk« iMd m AJtd vllk MCtab of
moo fttoyitet
COOK «• beqojiuß
Special Bargains!
Lot 6, block 40, Maynarfi
plat, two small buildtel
renting for si6a month, oal]
S2IOO.
Lot 4, block 39, Pontius M
a fine lot for a house, ki
graded, lawned and fence
finest view in the city, I
small house, S7OO.
A Snap—4o acres fine ISM
overlooking the Sound Lo4
this UD. S*oo.
60 acres inside the plsttei
district, only S3OOO. We«fl
take a one-third intem
with right party.
Splendid five-acre trscU
cleared, half mile fromdepsl
platted all around, for, esd
SSOO. Choice bargains to <
few houses and lots. Led
us up.
MONROE & WHIPPLE.
Room 17, t : nton Blaii.
First-Class Mate Boariq
nOCHE. CO*. MARIOS AND fto
HU, over Dru* Store. Board bf M
week or month. am
NEAR SEATTLE.
Scattlß Ja thft CM tor of tupp)j to
of tfce Suoutf 41Mriril ' _ M
BxitljtJ CtJumk a Alisto look
• »®ffO l oportioii Of tb«4r (Moral
44i0, uiMlilaoiy an) tap^tlM.
Tlo wli )l"««lci bo«««« of Saw Tof%.
Cfeticixo aid S c Fr—
vMuiiii* Hrt Uu aa tho *or k Pic* ■"?
Ood aro AfUl-aK t«otb |3<l Mil for MV
WO'li ksro-.la *ho
o w io our mi v#t fo the m!o or
doctk> . of ib«ir«<rM.
Oibl» «m 'dfiMc'! i
ti'-k ■ <Dj '*lMr tmi"< want tnlfr(»'WM
a f|aaattoo of a few wo»*a. .-
ror tu>»«r iiml tsoaaa .<!• of :
ifcot »r<? *llllll oaH, va *ar bu T«
if yi ii* to egt >o larfi orv
k'»l h. Make it a p-t rial. U
kera for tiifrrio ot, boy vktif ***
ftMh riprt» l n« at "I bur
•a«f®.» fat»> t
"»n fe Or*■ ißt*.'ca& U o mouej t •«" .
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Wo Oio ««1 to joti bov trti jvr c
tkao w? v«a «brif fro* lu-a tA». '^4
Uprlß'* aod r|3 h<v«
feci u ml Kia c j«k» aa itfll
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