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mnß4imußßß MMkhat Diitf want to tta IW Pefly, pet week. - » » aw* Bim aw* Matoat.. aeattorto Pnatnlire. HatotriUH with «Mw» ehayed ikmHdtt AM o« artto"» e*a««sd as «ar»a»4Jrr»iu- MNUC&.Mte It is reported that Preddent Cleve land has requested the opinion <* D"> laaxsit as to whether he has the power to vetotteßepnbtimt ptitfonn. The Europe* n parti*sacwt« have tak en to voting war budgets again. This ts a common practice at Ihi- season of the year and it dees ntd mean morb. The newspaper spies are dogging the (ootxteps M Mr. Blaine, eager to catch any word or sign which they can tor tore into an ejrpression at opinion concerning the Chicago convention. The popular interest whkh is mani fested in the Chicago convention re calls the fact that the people did not even care to read the bulletin- display ed daring the gathering at St. lamis. The reason ts obvious. The Republi can gathering is a convention of able ami patriotic men. The Democratic gathering was simply a machine con structed «o do a certain thing and incapable of doing anything else. The average American cituen does not care to read bulletins describing the manner In which the wheels of a dis tant mat bine go around. The sue* "ess of the coming Fourtli-of- Jaly demonstration I* fully assured. The money ba* been raised and the programme ha» been perfected. There U to be a grand parade, a marine dis play, a tourname.it by the firemen of the whole northwest, with a series of •porting event i—the whole to occupy several days. Advertisements have gone forth all over the country, and there are assurances of a large attend- ance. The general manager of the Northern Pacific writes that be has "a stack of letters i foot high" negotiat ing for transportation. It Is evident that the crowd will exceed any former assemblage In Seattle. H« ,r 'rt should l<e spared to entertain our visi tors. Every citlxen should organiie himself Into a committee of one to this end. ______ The recent victories of the liberals at several important bye-election* have evidently nerved Gladstone and Par nell to make another effort to over throw the Tory government. John Morley will on Monday bring before the house his motion of inquiry into the government of Ireland, the con sideration of which is likely to give rise to the most important debate of the session. The government will prob ably succeed in holding its strength, but it ss ill be interesting to note whether any of the Llberal-t'nlonista desert their cause and return to the leadership of Gladstone. It is evident that the cause of borne rule is gaining throughout Great Britain, and though the progress 1s exceedingly slow it must count for something in the end. It is posslltle that tbe Salisbury gov ernment may remain in power until the present parliament has served out Its legal term, but it is certain that tbe English people will never again place in j*>wer a party hostile to the principle of home rule. * A run* KrroitT. It is announced at Portland that the Oregon Railway A Navigation < oni pany will very shortly put tug-boats on the Columbia river liar and a svs lenf of tow boats on the Columbia and WiUiamctte ilver«: and that it will re duce the charge for lighterage in the rivers to fifty cents j«r ton. A rate for towage from the sea to Portland and return has been fixed, reducing the charge for this service abou one third The object is to equalize the difference betteeen shipping charges in the Columbia river and on Puget Hound— in other words, an effort to make it as cheap to ship grain via the river as via the Sound. This move ment is of itself a confession of disad vantage, made now for the lir>t time In an open and practical way. The judgment is at last confessed, but it remains to be -een if the cor rective measures will overcome the ad vantages possessed by the Sound. In our judgment they w ill be found in adequate Th» difference between the towage and lighterage rates proposed by the Oregon Railway A Navigation Company and those heretofore pre vailing will not lie sufficient to make up the disparity which during the ]>a«t year has made wheat worth twelve rents per bushel more at Puget Sound, than at Portland. I'nder.the old rates it cost (in round figures)six thousand dollars to load a three thousand ton ship at Portland and two thousand to load the same ship at .the Sound. The proposed changes will not *ave more than one thousand dollars so that it will stt l cost only half as much t> load a ship here as at Portland. After the towage and li«htera,-e rate* on the Columht* bar and on the t - lunibia and Willamette rivers are re duced. there will stdl rvuia;n a towage rale three times pnater than ths rate here, heavy lighterage fees whi -h are never heard of here, and heavy pilot age fees which we have not. There will still remain the delays and dan gers of the Columbia bar, the delays in the r.ver<. the higher rates of insur anoe demanded for the Columbia river trade, and the miscellaneous c.v tl> abases wbt. h inlet that port. The-e make up the bulk of the e\borh»;anl ■hipping ■ harge in the Columbia r.ver. and a lit tie reduction in towage ra!e< WtU 4o .-ma.l good. tt b mUUs tt at the prujo e>l re form >» the w ri. not of a.\_»:*e-t enter prise at Port!ami, hat o, the O. U. A itselt. T: cit> -its' li'rr'M, un.li turbe t t.y the grc»t i!a'i jf.»r that tbrtt'iJ it, k* turg t. the, ratiroad in its own iatetest U» j i her interest*. ?he . . mat .rxg r«> r tTort tu clear 0..t the obstac h . tn the nvcr, r.o«.."vit tv'orir. U. ; o ; e erv..» at the bar. w» effort to txedr *? abraws thai laiest her ommerce. Th po«itfcw) is cb»r»riei~«te o# Portland e< * city *»•» rie* witiweSeeierytlee, grwwn toy wfthwealth. rum iicovd The second day of kiMac «t «h* Eepabfccan National Cpwertk* *» p»*ed srithout any re*athavi*g been reached. nor can « be 'aid that the •itaati'4l has been greatly cleared. There l< little matt on which to base • prediction as to the final outcome thin there «ms twraty-'our bonr> ago Only two additional ballots bare I* en taken, and the l**t of these found the Mqtit*' almo«t ts telly diskied aa did the find ballot oa Friday. Thoogh the day'a proceedings bare not indicated who will be the candi date for the presidency, they hare in dicated pretty clearly two or three promiaaßt aspirants who will no* be. One of these is John Sherman. He not only failed to develop any ad ditional strength yesterday, but he fefl bark on each ballot, losing eight votes ob the fourth and twelve on the fifth. This left him with only two hundred and taenty-foar rote*, or seven less than he started in with on Friday morning. Hherman himself realizes the hopelessness of his case, and has telegraphed to bis manager" to release his supporters from all pledges made to him. The other candidate who may be re garded as oat of the race is General Harri-on. The transfer of Depew's rote to him on the fourth ballot in creased his vote from ninety-fopr to two hundred and seventeen. If be bad really bad any chance of soccess. be would have been nominated on the next ballot. In«tead of securing the two hundred additional votes neces sary to a nomination, however, be lost fo-ir rotes. This indicated that the attempt of New York to make a break to narrisen had failed, and frem that moment be was practically out of the race. The four candidates who are now re garded as among the probabilities are Blaine, Gresham. Allison ami McKin ley. It is regarded as highly probable that Blaine would have been nomi nated yesterday afternoon if the con vention had not adjourned without taking the ballot, and his nomination Is still regarded as all but assured. The New York leaders have thrown off the mask and are openly working in his bebalf. On the first ballot on Monday the heavy vote of the Empire state will probably be thrown to Blaine, and then, if ever, the stampede toward him will take place. The opposition to Blaine are endeav oring to unite their forces on some one of the candidates, the three who are being considered being Gresham. Me- Kinley and Allison. The programme will probably be to try to make a break to Gresham, and. if that fails, to concentrate on Allison. If the lowa favorite also fails to secure the necessory majority, McKinley will be pushed to the front and the last rally of the anti- Blaine forces will be around his name. Sunday will lie a busy day C& Chicago, and it is not impossible that the situa tion may I* entirely changed before the convention reassembles on Monday morning. From the present outlook, however, the candidate for president will be either James o. Blaine or Wil liam McKinley, and Republicans throughout the country may rest se cure in the belief that in tha hands of either of these leaders the banner of their party will be loftily borne to cer tain victory. THE mSLIV Mf*DlTtO!t. The conviction is grating that the Stanley expedition has met with a dis aster of some kind. The time when authentic information should have lieen received concerning it ha- long passed. and the only fragments of new - that have reached £uro|« have tieen made up from the stories carried tn the ("ongu by deserters front the ex pedition. These stories are all of fail ure and disaster. Home say that the party has suffered from death and de sertion until only a few of the most devoted followers remain with the ex plorer. Others are to th» cITe. t that Stanley has tieen wounded, and that his camp is now surrounded with hos tile native, against whom he is mat in* a de-p»'rate re-i-t.inre. Stillother* say that the (Treat explorer is dead and that his expedition has completely pine to pieces. The Emm Itey relief committe of lauidon ridicules the-e tales of disas ter and declare* that there is no rea son to t>elieve that the expedition is not all right. Its members point to the groundless stories of Stanley's death which have been received at in tervals ever since the expedition set out as illustrations of the nnreliability of the rumors received through native channels, and brand all stories of dis aster as equally untrustworthy. They express confidence that Stanley will succeed in reaching Km in Bey and that authentic news from the expedi tion wUI soon 1* receive J. The pres ent alarming stories they attribute to deserter", who tell them in order to explain th« ir own action in leaving the expedition. It is probable, however, that the re lief committee does not really feel so little anxiety a* it manifests. The ab sence of news from the expedition is of Itself < a use for alarm, and the un reliability of r.-ports previously re ceived is no indication that the present ones are equally without foundation. Stanley *h.>uld have reached En;in Ttey long before this. It iscertain that lie has not done m. and nobody can do more than gne-« as to wh it por tion of the vast regian which the ex pedition rx(*vted to traverse he u> now tn. He has evidently met with some unexpected ob«taile. and that oW*ie is prohnWv the opposition of the nat.ves. This theory is fully (<omc out b* the stone of the iies«rurs who have reached the Congo and who as sort that the party was compelled to fight for every mile of its path ami | thit tt is row surrounded at a point! about e«) .ally distant from Knun l» i j and from the nearest station, of the Congo tate. When all things are tm-klfrel it seems highly probabie that the expe dition ha> ei;. i unttrevl grave d-.'BcrJ l: > >4 >• •x e ki-'id. Whether Maniey wsll l« ah!e to overcome tW# and either i> a,.\m.ii-h the h' ■ . xf-s'.i .o i or to httng l.is tctlow> er» m-.li back to c.viluaaaa jutuaica to lie seen. THE Seattle" rosT-15rraiJJGENCER SUNDAY JTTNE u \m.. Mm M r»rtf-fn Tarn. [Fm the Chicago Tines.' Saw TOM, May 36.-Secretary Bay ard'» recent fraitiea* attempt to regain tniM of the Democratic machine is Ddtwut pot * veteran pete ti rial) whom I mat at the Fifth Awwcahctrf the other evenicg ia a reminiscent mood, and for aa hoar er mors he chatted »Krt inJerestioffT of the a»- hit*?®* men whose ptiitkal careen bare been spoiled by the acceptanceo? a cabinet portfolio. "The man of tz ftnence who has any designs on the fu:are always shows bis sense ht de- Himjur a cabinet anointment." said be. "for hard work, poor pwy and a pc&Seal grsreare about the only re ward* that await him if be accepts. This has been my observation for forty-fire years and it ho!da good to day. "Pfcrw'ifiteat wa« the first one forrac! after 1 bad begun to take aa actir* interest ta polities. Its mem bers were all stronr men, bat aaly one of then Chared in after politics and not one man ia a thousand could recall their Dimes to-day. WilliamL. Marcy. a state-man never appreciated at h» true worth, and one of the tiroadest minded men that ever filled the oiitee, made a great rrputati-jn as .Secretary of Mate, and buried his Presidential prospects at the same time. Caleb Cashing, another able man. filled the orftre of Attorney-*General. He came before the pnblic bat once afterward. Grant nominated hint for Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, but bis nomination was OTerwhelming- Iv defeated in the Senate. Gnthrie. Dobtns, Mc<Zetland and Campbell, the tatter of whom is the only one now living, all dropped into obscurity when their days in the cabinet came to a clo*e. Paris, Pierre'* Secretary of War. was the only member of the cab inet who tired to play a role in the drama of the war. Judge Jere Mack, of the numerous member* of Bochan- an'« cabinet, alone keeps his place be fore the public, ami be more as a jor i-t than a political leader Holt is the only member of Buchanan's political family now living, and three-fourths of the people have forgotten that be ever lived. "How many can remember the men who composed the war cabinet of l*resident Lincoln T Nearly all of them had the presidential bee buxzing in their ears, but all of them, with one or two exception", are dead and almost forgotten. Chase, by all odds the brainiest and broadest man in the cabinet, saw his presi 'ential hopes vani-h when Lincoln, with his usual shrewdness, put him out of the way by making him chief justice. Seward won fame as secretary of state, bat bis presidential prospect-—he was Lin coln's chief opponent in the conven tion of 1 —were killed the day be left the -enate to mccept that office. Stanton died three days after Grant made him a justice of the supreme court, worn with diaea.se and broken by di-appointment. Speed, whom Lincoln made attorney-general in re membrance of early friendship, but who never proved equal to the duties of the office, became a country lawyer in Kentucky, and died, ulmost for gotten, not long ago. Harlan, Lin coln'* secretary of the interior, slid into obscurity t>y way of the Alabama claims court, of which he was the head until its affairs were wound up a cou ple of years ago. ''The cabinet of Andy Johnson has fared even worse than that of Lincoln. Mcfulloch, the secretary of the treas ury, was accidentally recalled to his old position purine the clo-ing days of the Arthur administration, but be is emphatically a back number. "What of the twenty-five men who were members of Grant's cabinet du ring his two terms? Many of them of them are dead, and of those still living Don Cameron, who held the portfolio of war for a short time, is the only one in active politics. Klihu 11. Wahburne. the first secretary of state and subsequently a prominent candi date for president, for years liefore his death, which occurred quite recently, led a re'ired liie and ranked among the bygones. The same is true of Hamilton Fi-h, who succeeded him. E. K. Hoar managed the affairs of the attorney general's office in such a way that the senate refused to confirm his nomination for chief la-tice, and forced him to go back to his law practice in Boston. Richardson is rich and is still a prominent figure in Washington society, but his career as the head of a department is almost forgotten. Bristol's prosecution of the whi-key cases ende-1 his pub ic career. He is now a prominent lawyer in New York, demanding and receiving big fees, but taking no part in politics, houtwell i a Washington claim agent. Crowell allowed the public to forget that he was ever po-tmaster general while he drew a fat salary from the Alabama Claims court. Taft is practicing law in Cincinnati. Belknap. dismissed from the cabinet in lii-g-a-e because bis wife had disposed ot a few post trader ships for money, now ha-a law office in Washington, end is said to be mak ing a fair living. Williams able and ambitious, who built a big hou*e in Washington and dreamed of a long public career, passed under a clo d along with isecor Uoheson, and both are political bankrupts, the one in Ore gon and the other in New Jersey. Colunibu* Delano is leaning the life of a farmer out in Ohio. "And the cahinet of Mayes?" con tinued the veteran. "Evarts. who e ability as a pleader won him the port folio *f state, and Sherman, who failed to climb into the presidential chair by way of the treasury department, are its only members still prominent in politics. McCrary, who was secretary of war. and whom Hayes made a Uni ted states district j idge ju-t before his retirement, left the Illicit two or three years ago and is now a railroad attorney in Kansas City. His polit ical influence is insignificant. tVhurz, whom Hayes made secretary of the interior in return for hi< labors with thetierman voter, of Ohio, has teen everything at interval- and nothing long He is now earning a living as agent of the German holders of American bonds. IVvans i« a local judge in Massachusetts, and Key is on the federal bench in the south. l>e Lesseps, who in common with all for eigners had an exaggerated idea of the value of an American cabinet official, made Pick Thompgon, Have.' secre tary of the navy, pie ident of the Pan ama Canal Company, at a salary of a year. Tt ompson didn't amount tn much while he w is in the cabinet, and he has tn-t!! of less value in his present poailtoa. Hi< successor as secretary Wis tie::, -al lioff of West Virginia. CofT wa the yo ingest cab inet ofli'-er in the Mstory of the coun try. but he is now a by no means con spicuous member of the lower house 01 congress. "Take the Cabinet of President Gar fieltl. lUuitte is the only memler of the Cabinet -till a power in jsilitic stul not one man tn ten can tell who the other members were. James, who li. Veil th« feet of Conkling and Arthur to get the Ne.v York city Pot OSice, an.: then Iwtrsyed them that he might crawl into the Postmaster--.eneral -hip. i pre ident of a tank, and no longer a factor for gt <<d or evil in pol '•>. .Senator Win ora was a ieaiiing Pres. ientisl possibility when be le cau.e liarti. lit secretary of the Treas ury. After the tatter's death he sought a re-ehftion to the Innate in or fr to pit himsel: in the «ray of the I*re i dei.ttal ;ight,;ig in 1 s.s t, wa- defeated !>v a eomj ant.veiy unknown man, an i retire-t from no itics in ui gist, h iik«v»*l al-o met h.- political ueath by piii(!*into the Cabinet, and is now I farming i i low.i. Hunt, whom Atthur laid on t: e -he!' l ywa o: the Kns-ian mi sion.i- (lead >eiitiment ie«i tlar t ei.. I' make ' i:. -s >'n Sei retary of War. ami \rthaf o tinned him in os ce for t!«» --. me reason. Wayne M. Veagii th' \'t<r:e» • :ierj. has a taw . . 11 Philadelphia arvl an th •t ir N w Y a and makes a great deal of money. ■ Art! u" - i E (<i r ihj. ret t- fcwpoiuvn. r* r nld Fr-- linthuv«*n fc dead. \rd -o tn> Hi>»e *u<i IW» -U r id K >4*:. The rl<-o- LION *HI H T U VPJI.'J J*UVT-: , .OR *r 4 shtitil h .a o» Uic ruad w Slic pvcsldrarp CBttNd Iris- oppOMfit a baa S«w Hampslurr. whom John Iteach. thrtmgh the late Gummt Morgan. bad appointed icCßtiijr «f lbe narr, and Tetter. who stepped from Cm interior depart meet into the ae&ate, in tte oa'y uwaktni of Arthur's cabinet now in n«bEc tie. Wlnt n trueoC the former u also true of the present cabinet and :ti member-*. Xtcniag I* dead and Uimr on the supreme bench. Batnd and Garland find their (inn in ut senate HW by other mm, and the quiet of priTate life awiitiag them upun their retire ment from the cabinet. Vilas is op posed by the dominant faction of his party in hi* own state, and Endieott mm had mtich of a feDwraf in Massachusetts. while Whitney's po litical career w practically ended. Hare I not made ray ofcerratton good?" Advertisementa under the head* ol Lent.; Pound, Pee Sate, To Let aad Situations Wanted wfU be lismM at the use of 2 eenta a wont for But insertion: M per cent, tar eaeh rabwqnent insertion. hyarai always In advance. WASTED A GOOD ACCOUNTANT with high recommendations wishes tostraichten op books for several booses at difflrrent boon daring the das. Addrew C. this ogee. \V r ANTED.—BY A LADY, COPYING OB f f writing of any kind, either at home or hi an ofloe. Address U. this oßts. a ANTED.-A GIRL TO DO CHAMBER work. ✓Apply corner Third and Jaiaw street. jcgtf WANTED. —AT ONCE. RELIABLE ateats to represent the Kama Ma toal life Association, the only natural premium company represented in Wash inxton Territory. The cheapest and best policy oSrred. Big pay to nud men. Call on or addrew J. rT MTRPHY. general srrnt. rooms i and C, Gordon hardware building. Seattle. )eg« WI*ANTED.—GOOD UVE AGENTS TO H handle patent needed in every bowse. Quick sales and large proflta. Call early and secure territory. HAKTWELL, corner Commercial and Jackson streets. jeas 2t WANTED A POSITION AS BOOK v v keeper. entry or tally clerk. In any business. References furnished. Address G. this nß'r. jeiyst WANTED —A COMPETENT MAS v V wants a situation as engineer. Ad dress E. this ofßre. lel?«t HELP WANTED. \\**STEl>.-«OOD KEUABLE BOYS M acquainted with the city to art w boys. Call at tile American District Telegraph offlre. C. A. SWT SON. ic24 « Yl* ANTED.—A OIRI, FOB DREifcSMAK- M Inf. Apply No. 119 rherry street. WANTED. - A FIRST-CLAS» COOK. M Appljr comer Madison and .Front streets. over ilrtiK More. jeaatf WANTED.— A WOMAN WHO 18 A 11 jtood cook, washer and ironer. A Brat-elan person will be given permanent employment at rood wages. Appljr to MRS. A. MACKINTOSH, comer Third and L'nltersitv streets, between 10 and 11 a. m. W ANTED-KOUTE BOY, WITH HORSE. " Apply at thl» office. jelTtf VL'ANTED-A PAPER HANGER AT A. M SHAWL'S paint shop, Washington street, near Commercial street jestf SALESMEN.— FOR PATENTED NOVEL ties, useful goods nwd in every house hold. Liberal commissions allowed. One dollar will start you lu business. Address (or particulars, with stamp, HCNTER A RI'SSEL, 18 Pearl street, Grand Rapida, Michigan. Jel lm FOR RENT F>R KENT.—A PLEASANT FRONT five minutes' walk from tile poitofflw. Inquire at Mill and Eighth. It T> LET. -TWO I'SFI'RXISHED ROOMS; no children. Address, with references. P. O. Box HI.V j -a it IPOR KENT.—A BEDROOM AND KM ALL Kitting room for a gentleman in private family on Front and University streets; referenda. Address K.. this office. je'2l ?4 JX)R AND CNFUR nished room/ la all part* of the eity Call on PoMi&ot, S»v'oFFt>ai> A Co.* rooms \t4 and Union liiock. Front st mh.'il FOR SALE 1»K SAI.E-FOI'R una IN hsun first addition, block M, cleared; cheap far rash. Owner there. jeSU at I7>OR SALE DESIRABLE LOTS ON ' Lake Union, by J. S. MAOGB. jt£4 lm IXIR SALE.-THE EXAMINER MAY r examine and the Ownlcle mav chron icle, but the Morning < all still sella blocks and lots of news for fifteen cents a week. 1 1-V>R SALE HOCSE AND LOT ON 1 northtast corner of Seventh attd Co lumbia street a, for (ale cheap. Inquire on the prt'mlnen. jc,l f«t HALE.—MODEL HOME FOR SMALL familv; five-room house, with bath r»»om. Hi Able, coal and wood abed*. Lot 60x1*4) feet; 14 fruit treca ami an abund anee of flower* on the premise*. Al! within one block of atreet ear line, II*<00; posses sion given immediately. REUS P. DAN IEL**. attorney at law, real eatatc and loan brok-r. room Starr block. t| Tt»tf TTOR BALE.—A FIRST-CLASS QROCEHY JT store doing a good bu&ines*. Addrea* F. A . tt:!s «>ffic€. )e!9 6t ¥X>R HALK. —SECOND-HAND FURNI r turv, ail in good condition; reasonable term*. Call at James street jeiHf F.X)R SALE-BCGGY AND HARNESS for sale cheap. Address P. U. 80x519. je!9 6t |X)E SALE—CHOICE RESIDENCE I-OTS r within three-qnarter* of a mile from Opera Block and one block from street tar*, at **», 1700, **» and 1900 each. A. A. BEI.U room a. Opera It lock. my22tf 'TX)R SALE—m ACRES OF TIMBER F land in Snohomish county—twelve mil lion feet of fir—46 per •acre. Bush Jk Boar man, Bntier block. mylfttf IX)R SALE.—96O ACRES OK TIMBER r land on Gray'a Harbor, only $6.50 per i acre. Bush A Boarman, Butler block, my I3tf LOST A*D rOUKD I< -i ~BETWEEN PIKE STREET AND j the t'ity atablea, on Front atreet, ovcr c.»af Finder will pleaae leave at thia office. je24 It IOST.HS REWARD AND NO QUES j tion» n«fced for the return of my doc, a yellow bull terrier do* with four white feet and white breast and neck- BOBBY (i AY LOR. Je24lt TERRIER PUP LOOT.—STRAYED FROM Mr. Ijeary's residence, corner Second and Madiaoa, a rat terrier pup two montha old, rat color. A suitable reward will be paid to any bov who return* him. )e23t3 IOST— GOLD BRACELET WITH TOPAZ JI S' ttine. on Front atreet, between Pfke and Madiaou streets. Finder will pleaae '.rare at thia office. IXM'ND- A SKIFF. FOURTEEN FEET ■ loiwr, four feet beam, un painted and new. Owner can get tame by paying j charge* at (Mark's Nat house jet? *t STRAYED- TWO HORSED, SIX YEARS old. one brown rr dark bav, with white hind feet, and the letter B and some other t rands on the left bin. The other i« a Lfhttr hay, branded L Oon shoulder. Beth h«<rwsha\e very bla-k raaiw and ta:la. | Recently bought of C. F. Cianfv, Seattle, i A «u!table reward will paid for ißf«>rr*a tton or their delivery to H. A. SMITH. Smith's Cove. King emintv. jel»lwtf IOST— A »rOLD PIN WITH DL\MoND j attachment, asmewfcere on Second •trvet, iftftt'o Judge fctrnve'a home and Columbia street, tbursJa* uirbt. The finder will please coromnmrate with A. H.. thi>« of<*v Jrimf IX>CM>-«*>U> GLOVE fiUTTONER wi!h rbain. Owner ran hare nmmt by fwoviag propfiiy Uh) faymg for U»Hi o<»- Vv< T-U' tf S. BAXTER & CO. Ofßpr for «k :«3 lota to cult 1 car Takioaa Early ROM r»UI««S. 4 can Orcgna Chill Ganict I'otaloc* 2 can PccrlcM rotatucc. »M> toa» r«f*t 9«aad Ttm*thy flay. 5# tea* EaaUia Waalaiafftoa Hay. <-*• ton* Wkcat. * &0 toaaa ilala. S® loaa Bra a and MMdltaf*. to tea* Gnrnod and Uollrd llartcy. 9 eara Mill# Extra Float. > eara K;.jtaac Mill* Etlra Fioar* STAB ★ CLOTHING ★ HOUSE KLINE & ROSENBERG, X/FI A.DIITG OIiOTHIBRS, 208 COMMERCIAL STREET. THE LACE HOUSE! JXJST RECEIVED For Foixrtli of July and Summer Dresses st t>ea.-u.tifuJ line of* LAGE AND EMBROIDERY FLOUNCINGS. Wo will also open this week a new assortment of "5T- S. 3T„ HOSIERY, For ladies, children and men. This Hosiery is warranted FAST BLACK and COLOBS. and is the cheapest for the quality in America. J. .A. BAILLARGEON & CO., Tusrioiisr BLOCK. 711 ST. IT OTICE. I WILL GIVE SPECIAL BARGAINS IN' FURNITURE Having now the largest assortment EVER SHIPPED TO SEATTLE. .A. VAHLBUSCH, Salesroom, 113 Cherry street. Hot Springs Health Resort. The great health resort of Wa*hincton Territory ; 63 mile* ca*t of Tacoma oo the Ca«'-ale Division of the Northern Pacific Ra.lr.iad Train* arrive aid leave the spring* erere day at g**>d hour*. Th«ae mineral waters are a specific for tbe <u pr of rheumatism, kidney trooMea, catarrh, and all skin and ItLiud diaeasc a For the overworks and th**e worn on; by the duties of every dav Ufe these haths in combination with this deJightfui mountain atmosphere, will five yon rem wc«l *treugtu and rijfcv. I runt cahing and scenery good. For further inforraatlon addrem propriety »rs 1. O. M« V AI> Jk CO. TTUMI i gyc<»l ratai ta faaillaa By tka day. 12. Baths 25 arid BO cents each. EXCELSIOR FACTORY, FOOT OS 1 SPEINa STREET, SEATTLE. \r.K s-»W PRRP»ERT> TO nux AI.I. OKDEE-H FOR K>:-FL-IOR OF BET qsaUtj. *t»l hi «»ve Jcm mou-j ou U-Re cucuvta. W. D. O'TOOLE, I'REH. C. r. KAHVtCE, Sccralvr- KL7 Will open this week an attractive line of tailor made, four button Cataway M Mi M Ms, Ii CieTiots, Tweeds, Dfapnah, Cassias etc., Which we will offer this week only at sls sls sls sls These suits were closed out from the manufacturer at extraordinary low prices, and comparison will convince you they are equal to • any 120 suit offered elsewhere. Mothers, we take a business pride in presenting for your inspection and purchase an assortment of Boys' and Children's Suits, Separate Pants and Shirt Waists, so choice and elegant that it is not excelled by any honse west of Chicago. StjM tot paits siitU 114 years, - - - at $1.50 to $4 filer ons, at $5. $6 aid $7 Mjliliaitsuto, 12 to 18 yean, - - : at $3.50 Hetait ones, - - - - - - at $5 to $lO lev ad attracts siirt waists, - - at 25 ceats Xoticf.—Boys wth every sot we preseit a due base ball aod bat THE OCCIDENTAL SEATTLE, WASH. TY. UATTLI HOTEL CO., ..... . I'r.prletar A- D. WHITSKT, ... | .... >mt „ «nrt T h h Jr'^ tly , N * n I T*r i h T ft" mATTIM HOTKL COMPACT. , , n MiittJplW mi', fomnlt-wly rvfiimUh«'tl t'imitKhiiuL A nrw wlnr ili li'? * h L' h W1 " #nl«l»*d «'i t r. art, fr,r <»rnj-atsoa r 1 '* P V ft will nuke IHK o<< IDKNTAi. the TarfMt V ' •M'" 1 "^"* 1 h "'' l "• the Northw»t. with arronn.o'Utlnaa for fi-T,'WT™.L r i' « rul «" e - Kirv*t.»r antf *l] mwirrn <-ou mikl. J fl'* l T,l « ■ plra»at>t mi.| t<mrrol«nt Blare to g~? b. »4qn«rtfr». »IB« v >ll the ln«et feoaad ateaiaera and UaaAlarka Tfnn»-$3.M> to S3 j»«r diy. spe<ia2 rates to jAllies of tonrinta. ALBERT SCHLOSSMACHER7 lkadimo MERCHANT TAILOB, 606 Front street, Seattle, W. T., Opiodte Hit- Yc»ler Uary lSUxk. ''•J a iarre «h J ;.rrjert of b-ith !m portal * jrt IXroeKtl"! fiondi ».. i tatUnia direct Ir it ti»« tatoriea. «u;; .an UnthfalW ,a» that I ** pr'.*/at t.i« IR '**-**. fn , rui ; coKptale ai. 1 ui*i varied waurv tß< n: f ia li.et ttjr >■' -attl-, OT.LL THE VI - BUT N are . mpli.W! In PIT eatab labmrat Batla lac-Ji a Jt-a:ani«!rt lurr rr io-t« .<*, In a* w .11 a. iu lit Come And bo convince<l at unoe.