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flffi TERRITORY.
Dnttof Henry Vinwer, »t
K"' Tteona.
- * hi >i irr-*- rnatsAv.
; W KOI*4 Mar Watte Watte
■■lll i j X*n tha» rity-
1 krfMtWtadr I* *>» rll> u-'Uatsk.'
ah SaClMnr, 4M *«7 wtddenlr thti
la kla I*4 at rreeiaan'a llallri
fc lt> U» Moeoint «f
»SSS . a frt«B4 « >t« ear
- SElr Mat aad Viowrrow. «a;.uf b»
wSSnI tin r Wy/a^d
Im bad taken a lanf df»e ol •tu.'nlo*.
nltk ha faared mtfM ka»e •
fcac ao4 wml bwt* Hrtmu. Tb« 4»e_
p Mrw4 lb« qaisSne h» had taken wotsld
a sartM tl tb* aafty afternoon b* I"
u jtSrSfltl" And Mi 4 b<f Wt bfMff, M! 4
rFBB fflSl f n tm* gtr-r hmmtAo'rM
hSSt in tttifb* M tb«
h«- wan <te»i Dr Hr*>i»rj
wlb>tw*r iifl it** thr»t
Saaldertofwhom i» a «UI of Tt»-y
■ra with a family «>n Henrteraonlaf "
thayraßba nwtlaed and l>roa*Nl be" •»
K the faaeral trl!) taka plae« ttuaday
IttPKUt ' ATTVX op A IWfta
TaOMia.ialy fc-A I-W-r named J'/bn
ItooMni »«t«rt»ed on Tfi«r»la» eretilna
teatk« Mtaltle eelefjratioa and en*a*«l
■O. Jobnan tar aeventy fl*« eenU to tvw
M* to CtoartantMwter barNi». eo v»«hoii
fc * Co famn at whleh be l» >-n »»«•-'t
■ai'iriH bad attb htm a new »nlt of
he irfarvt to <b» t«r Ar
alar*, he iwttnd he bad wit
; %i. ana aaked JOha«««i t" eotaa W
tharamp with hint, a »hr>rt dietwnee away.
and ha woaWI get the 1 wenty li'e
oaatato nay Sum Johtwon renwed to ro
«■ -■ iitMtiad mwetaway from the >hore
; aard ran after hiw Into the water and
OWMMtha boat. John*-!' then attaeked
htß With a knife. »e»»rely wounding fctm
in tfe« hnart. and eao»lt« bl» to let «o
aafl harrr tn shore, while iobn**! mwed
am* AwtlvtAice ratae fr»*m the ratap
i and itwntanl ««* h*.Hi«hi to thU rity. hi".
iMfcthih.ifwMwwi ]»r Milkf
(Wevra Hlek« nod Wil»-r »rre*ted JMtn
aoti and tbla taorttlna t'Wk htm ttffor* J»»
Hea tawrniM. Imt froaeeudn* Attorney
uSaar Mated that the rrtme havfnx lie' «
MMaiUtrd It) Elnsr eounty h« de«irpd thai
tea artaotwr he takaa t" Ki-a'.th- for trial.
aadwtnnUAed the anthorltle* OTer then
Kooaafl i> 'till at tl»< hotpltal He will
hat had a harrow eaeaw- Ttie
Mariar» tn th* brwwt eut a «n*fl artery.
' whteh Mtxl nrofnavly A aarond tiira.t
eat tlu»a«h bu <u.ttiiiig In the r' ff)»n ot
ttet stomach, hut only effcriad a »rmteb
rar W» MUk Jfay.
ftH' new grand )nry »ummotied hy the
■>iiil'»|i|n"«n i m ronrt thl* nioniln* and
Waat hftitntitly t<» work on the row* l» tore
It. *ft t* coMyaat follow* C7lt. Itar
jaw, (wmtati. Jobti tirebard, i.J *e»t
' Skill. JW. iamtt*. 1 J Hui- t. Frank
> AilyUK, 11. Wtlilaia*. If A ruber, J. K
® W. TtO»o'. C. a Toateaoa. I>. M.
Rosa, K (!. t:onjler. it 1. Kleb, J
mitii rcaotyt
Tba new j*tlt Jttror», »iimtaooe«l «inee
tee eotitt adjourned on ToewJai are
Watter k I/ee. W B Hlai'kwell, Wiu I'affe,
r. Mauler. II J lJtllej.hn, t J. Kuffey.
». Nn>iilafealm*r, tl. Kelhltnever, A. J
Chuh!. a. A Mamhall, Khwi felri-e, ii. If.
Moors. W B. iJirtt. t'. Taylor, R Kohler.
Ik L Doktf. 1 Jte*er*att*i T. " ebeitoh.
I.T. Will*, A. A. fhriaile. I It. farey and
O. F. Sink lent a i
Although Ihl* t« a new pan"! It I* ranrh
the *am> iurora, «» the win) ob)eethm
itanld not I* urged *fal:i*t re>nmmotilii(
tbctaa* aaalnat the grand '}»ror» that of
bkvttiff paxixl upon the evldenee
TUB !tKW au.IT.ISY »»»t)
tk«l Kantniau lta» lieen \ery eti nrvth
aad ltteeewfu! In fcl« effort* in behalf of
lb* uew laiml wbleh I* In atneoaa of er
MatoD In rofinsrtion with < inmi*ii>.
FUal Keglinetii. Natloualtln«r>l A* are
suK t't»l. Kanfm«n deno*il*d tTO.'. In th.-
haak thl* morning, ami report* tin aeitt
WkteH'in ilf It" mi. hh |*mi« *tnee thai
tliat: and ainte Jwu «tii« rltied ami not. yet
wlwm He *ay».that rna)»io*<* have
hum ready. Willing and Iflcral, the n
aityof a * nirl*«a twnd tx'iua geoetally
waugtilaad, Imt that the work l« not all
done jfri, autan ftVW mor<- lielti* rr>|ttlr> <l.
Utrrgit* raaaign itt Ji *r
Following 1* abatement of the tnuftte**
daae by tna j«*toffiee detmrtanmt bete
daring June, m b* Fuatmaater
Weatb-f .l Mall dellverwl u-ttep.,
aoatal cardv t-'.-l, (Mars, arr.'jST; regi*ieie<l
latter*. IT* ktall eruieeUwl -ltrop letter*.
MRU mall letter*, dro;. poatal eard*.
MH; mall po*tal rard*. «»*; paper-. Ml
WtIHIMiTOtIH CAFITAI..
Vata laawr|i«»rattoa« tlapvy «el»-
trratton af the fourth.
OLVana, July #.- .\rtlele* of Ineorixtra
Uou of the following eoiiumnie* hate hasa
DM With Kee-etary Haiti*- The Tae .wa.
Ortlux & Hoiithi a»tern railroad eomtatii;
aaaltau »twk. »*»,<««> dir.* lor*. T V
tmkea, f. W Krlirx*. Jtune* M Hitekley,
Henry Kealtt. Jr . and lieorge Browue.
~ |ts ohjeeu arv to eonttmet and oje-rate a
rallr.ta.l a:nl telegraph line from some
•am on the Northern l"aeine railroad U-
Vween Tamaaaand the* **ea*te uiountaln*.
tn a MWthi-rty dfreeitoti. to . *tended *-
far south a* maj l» dewned ad* laable
The Vaneoneer Pabttahlng Company, of
Vaaeottrer, W T l aplt*! -t.H'k, ♦.''W 41
rector*. l*nil* «ohn«, nt Haaard, l». F.
Whale, J A Hn«*4jKr*** *«»•! Htary Chriit
Itoiobjwt* mrr to uwo »u<l <Hm4uot « »»•%*♦
l«|wr ftud to tM a r* «t-rnt |tuMUhiit«r M»*i
wm At VniM'trti *t r
The l*art liny 4> (t>lunM«
•Uwf HnitrtMiU > outiMtny. «»f l*«ft Town
mnn,ys T.. i fru»
Uw>. Jamrn n{ Jmwmn.
WuHmt. ttl M!*t| Ii J Tib
bik Jr.M M Hufkmnii. utitl \. I»y«'r,
Of Port IV>* imk H'l H* ehlt'f til»lt t*u mrt' tt»
Construct and ••jH.rntv a r»Urt-t»<( and («}«•-
fri|th thif fh*irt l\»rt T»wu«*i)<i liny t*»
|.i.i!t' «hi il» v t-rlu t larkr
txmuty also |o own au<l of rad*'
Hue upon llmi watt*rii o( fufrt Nunnd.
MimUt lu-r Hrt» 6, Co., lui
ol * T rapital *- <».»**>
trwttiHi. fW-hwalan*!**"'. Higwnrxl
ttokmimcktr, «»C >*n Fram au4 Halirjr
(UUW. i K Saht r and K. * Nt»uh'Mvr.
of IWatiV It* rturf i>hjtfh ure
Itt Mm l»
•lllf: the tainJticft* vt wharftu< aa4
MrtlllUikiilc oo KI!Mt h*y.
IwWMBVQM \m«« UtlttQ ttf
Hf>Okati<' rapital atnrk *lir«r>
lota, A. M,« nitniHi, II s *tu«n r lad < ha*.
T.(.kmfh,
Th* Ktroi Hatvti-t « hurt'hot ViHNMIVfr,
W. T.; ppjfrt t» t« vrvrt a okurth «*1
Vißoo(ivi*r.
Om-ofD«>r ha« aitp«'iiftnl lh«M
)o«iUK UOCRrhHii | i|t»itr w. J « olkHi. t f
Kin*. J* Kamin^k). »»f t»k« t»w:i.n N J It
FotUnati and Krmut la Hitikl« * i»( J«*fTk*i»t n ,
Ommu K. CtUMK ** Wk«UH»m Mradt r
of *V»kam\ and T l«
TMC r\H'*TH or iPkY
The llHtva(Mai e*|»r*Mwutn r% i:art|iu< Ihc
fWlWtiofl vrfetrN u*- tnld hi thU rit>
WtstnciMtiT la that it «n tkr «<«(
fttl tfom that Urn* ufcvu t>tacv tn tM* city f.»r
ma n- jfram FwUy fioaki tialror* in
lb* ml tnaaj ol thr 1 rm on tttf
tipin r ba>i»L|C •!»«? «to*» n f«»r a fni!
tmi and lkri»' WW* rh h*%J»ij{
aa their Maf* t*l i%»nde**»*u% r»'-T- m, U-m
vut Ovaftifr on Monday jnuuW Uu>«it*
kelON 4ww«M a* rta It oth.'r
wiiN* wotlM
)t)0) of Mm* •**'! MrflfWU* «o • m
MMrttto\t t»n a* h«*inc i)Q)k xwxl vttiier tk
mOHltam
The •X«trta«-a mi thf dajr U gar w th
a MBtiaH<w of "harrtUw ootl k 'i4«r <Qi
Whl< h wm |virtid|tau-l tn h) aUnt'
m and which w a* a kmh** «*l (Crra!
jkfler thv bortiw* had rowfhWfod HkH(
WUCITfW fltir 1 Mamholt aHjron K»r»n*d
Sidhleea'* tu fnwt 4 th«elty
baU, and hjrnta tiurirint vif trt* that >al
of tbf pfWrtHWtt ttMVfd a attdMliw
fr«tHV in »*»*• t n.o t'^o
hciUA tiOttd. «h» h wa* M' ■ »vtl b* tha
HUlid of lht>Mt T.» at<i>tt|L a nl aftrr
Ulla coot? th»» member* of t U4gv,
No. K». K. "f |v. luouMfl h
Who, !n their h»uv)*>w« '".utfttrm*. wc;••<■•
yroath adam d FUrj) f«tlU»we4 thf
rora ot the day and rittaen# on aud in
tkf mailt4o t. an «\
. trotiv.' and otjJlafraajfwt t*ror.:aaU»tt
mt arri*-a? at« .tjatnl icr>.\« H«>
F. prvaitkattt i f r * «io. at
the *aer«ftfeK*se b» t'M>r tftff
pioytr h| tho tU v I. i,(tntu«
00a muM<' he tfet bond, Mi»« IW trf* ». v
w ita tutr\>duee«l and »4>e i->
hrr < \ .
s&4*peTid*BC«- Then Wl-ats\ lb*- ■. r*t;.
hjr H*«i. ILiwtiathl K*au*. M la«- »«*, wbi
utati) dee'.aivd t«.» **e f .;.v N*• they h«>!
f\fi titaH, twi Runn viii *< r v thr Oi»n
rratnla';«**»> «*hfrh Mr Kt«n» w>
kU <mtt
Tt>e:.i f"
di/eetb "f M*." r
pravc«l to vvfy entertaining to httndreati
«if hw;MT>
The water x "t th
lottcdo* k, and natUi*.' ry «*>
the i
llie oOtitMl * fcas* iun y f
4ie>l4Ml. ther- betw •*'*Ar 4 tMWK **t»
t:.» n -
p»*n*i w - •» iw."«
P * 4 * h
Al Prtsrr t*: tai«. the ae
M I*. Aft*?r *ii oaaM the
mck woa awmiafcio P 4 *
wrtae heiacteda Im tof tfae
> 1 a Iwaff tu oinmMa
ty
' e^lmiVti'w »r •
*"*• ***'*— *^ q *^ ~
■ sraatee aratarteriy en>«d that they had
j "riakwr** rsrinc look H«a a tea tetr
'rnate oa th* td. aad waa *Vnsad teaa
Til nil era ad, ah*, exmsaad teaaa
i *r|T<a m bet ay *aSs«e4 w lta tha reeaft
The oiynaia bra* haad faratahed the
1 si
!gaßs3fiya3 , sss
! r»*s wtS^j^rs^M
Mrary Madett tor laarfhetoe <ad
Mr George t Thoofaon haa *"« hk.
stsswesiSiasßS -
sroaax wura
»_-gTuTi
and at oae» hurried la the
a»t r«na theteO for «w*«aoe.
faint. <bZ tbea «at dova oa tee drwr*te« la
await a reply to her sutaaaats* Thedae
tor aeat to the dour at oaee. and when he
arrtred he aaeertalned that the unfortnaate
l»Jy waa nrtterfnf from an attack M M**d
totrat the Sang*- and waa alrv*dy past r*
eweery. He atlatapled »alnly to r<-*or»
her, hat >be died fa a eery few m..»eitt«
Her remain* rtt! he Interred tMairro*
a munuL rr«*w.
I nt* If A ItotJe. Moo
!*oa, arrtreal In the eily teat nt*fct and wW
n for aoto*- the srwe«t m hi* old
•oihOrdntaie aod KUmA. LietiL Ftwnk M
fnwref e«i»tttft» If M«h»iOf fn.*i%
m efoit to n«mfha»m «ttfonil4. and f oi»e
ow the O. *C. rmsin+d fw-ia« an oMent
tU4*«htkoa and deafdy intore«te«i ia politi
es! maUora. be <4 m»efr 1
ta.'ainar the anrvafltaf poittjew! aewtiweiat
of the votcra 00 beam hia train, and b> thai
end InUre* b-w»-d eeerjr r«ter on bn*fd4be
train, with tndrjeenU that of the ?of*T*
atioaH. aa deeWetJ thHr HrtenUm U> role j
for Ifarriaon and l»deeiared tn « 'lovcl*ad •
(av»>r A number «f th«a* Interviewed
had «tim>/rted rievetend fonr year* in.
hot »<rw to him «f bfa
taxi If poller. rapiaiu vttlWN the aa
•rrtk/t» that <%UtomUk's *ote will bo
whelminirly In fav</r of FfarrUoa, and
Iom« hia aaa«tfb/n no etoae p*fra*»r»al ooaer
eation. if* «ay« tn federal j
are bitterly to a toUcy MO
po«ea to iwnite the doty from two of her
crvotrat f»r««3orta f wool and win-",
niaiiii
MNa Settle Taylor waa thla moraln«r ap
pointed adminiafratrix of tbe eatat** '»f H ;
If. Taylor, dangaard ThU la the tUrd ad- ;
miniatratrli that hwa \m*i appointed for i
tillaeatat" during thv na#t tbr«e yrara, the
Rnt harluff <Mad and th** aeeond bavin#
he«*u marri«-ej
*»**>. fbmne haa been ftn •ian?erooaly 111
the laat two daya. from !»: *** l pola
onlnc* the./eaalt of a email "tfratch au hia j
hand. In Wt»i<HE» be took eoM. Hm now
ron*aUr*w*ent an*l will aoon b** oat again.
Mr A- a. *taip*»o, of Kamilehl. ia ia the
elty, after the interact# of thf :
Olympia. fslaek Kiver and Chehalla Ball :
roan, of whleb he ia prraid^nt.
POUT TOVXHWD.
Another Row Imminent Between
the hhlp Owaera aad Heameo'a
Inlon Motaa.
Toar Totm*lin>. A.—A *enera3
*trtk", it ia oold, ha* leaa ordered anHmv
all eoajitlnff NUlora by tbe <'oa«t
I'nUm The troubid* tlila time I* it*
lion of w axe#ordered by tbe fchip ttwnera
A»*«h iati««;i from low to W> a month Th« |
atrike will «rnr when the wtaflion -a ;
Into etferi, whleh will be In a day or two.
More rtotio# and tTon)4e will very Hkely
be the tmiwußoofg of the a<riiLi- Than
are eisfht «aiU»ra In >«il herv now awaltlm
the aetlon of tbe icrand Jory over tbe
tronbie* of three
of the oallova acalttvt the Mhlp tjwners" Aa '
a.K »aU*»n la very Mtfer Thev will not nub
io)t to the prapoaud redaetioa witluoit a
atrnuifle and ahippin* will anffer mean f
while.
HOT**.
Hark t 'arrollton, e*»al la«lon from
for han >*rar»ei*eo, ia In the tmy ready for 1
at-a. ,
WAI.I.A WAfefaAe
Hnn Over and Killed -Iluigflara— Ar-
Utian W>ll-rollUr«.
WtLu Waixa, July Thuraday fire
rrArken ilirtvd the icnm of a ftrtn«-r
named W. !» Walker. which. rUßftior.
' tiirvw iiim irff * li«'t of bay.
;>a*»io£ over him. II • riled thl» moruirn
m»o« 1) Korreat, for toe rmUkuce
of J. 1.. Join » W<Hin«»'lay, ««• over.
The mnntr) rrwldeiiiv of Rd Fallou wi»
n»Wifd t»y tramp* Thur«f»sr The home
w»* Hrft In charge of a boy while the Urn
ttjr ritni* to lowu The robbers frightend
thr I*>y nearly to death. took pOMMion
and »toie U-sv*fry valued at |JU). aim! a lot
ofrtaitMfrull. Ny
The narro* mice traek J- t«» be extend
ed h* the penitentiary tt»* O. H. A N.
Co, »i oMe.
An artoaian well will fcoou l>e sunk by
the government at I'awti.
I. J. Antlers having declined. W
SomrUudyk*- ba« been nominate*! by the
-HepuhTn an« aaeity attorney.
All the reewa at J*jH»k»ne fait* Jtily 4
wert* won by Walla W slta kofwi.
The funeral of !>r Itaker. the deceased
' mll!i«»tmtr«*.wilf be held SaW>rdn> at 10a. m
lien. MvtUcr, eommaudaut al Fort Walla
Walla, thin murfeing *#wt a letter of thank*
: to our fire department for thmr excellent
Nervieea Wedue*day night
Thuraday night wat the wildcat eter
4 known in Walla The celebration
■ waa kepi up Mill da) light, with no end to
the nolae and hilarity.
Heattle Kaatern'e H|»<»kaue Jtepot.
BrOK*!tl FiU.l, July fc—The battle A
Lake Hhorv has purvhaaed etst) alx atr***
of iatul uti the river hank on the north
aide for 91*,000. and will ereet machine
■ ahopa. tattle *hed*and freight depot on the
I property.
HpukM'a Welrowr t«» Ilrr Firemen.
Mrog%?it FaiX*, July Kxteuaive |>rc
t>aratU»n« art Ik Uii{ uia le for a grand o» a
tioti to the Spokane flrwfm-n on their ar
' rival home front attle Hepole are wild
with delight over the vice* *•« of th«'hx «'
tea in iu the tournament A banquet and
grand i>rwv«rto« ha» been arranged
uric* fir i.ir»c.
' Why.'* Mid the young wife of it ph\«i
elan, who «ra« given to t**a«liug of her bu*
t»aa I ■ profemoual akUl. "be eured * pa
Went of rou»ale«ccnee in le»* than twenty
four houra " The TrUgt tin
Native* of Venernela follow i d a wa«r>»u
f«*r nearly a wtvk to *et> If the hlotl wlvel*
would cnt»H up with the fomt o;> ( «
thU did IkA «n etir th« i >t*hielc was d*»elare».i
a !ratt<l —liettwH #Vrr
Old U»«tr do *tre«*t *amlr»v you are
a ven (kitty Uttl« fellow Why don't > u
run h«>»e awd your mother Jo wa*?»
Sour faee a*»d baud*wamln -"Me mud
er ain't aot lime, tnnm. t-» *l*y. it * wa*h
•lay 7*f #>»*.%
.<omethtnt{ ll«tul««>tne Ijwiy fto tl. or
walkerh—' I want to look at w»Mefhinu rery
hatnlM>me In the way <»f «tripod *ilk »t»K k
In)?* Fl«>«»r Walker Yen To
*h! • woman; Mi»i I'arker. will y «h->w
thi« ia»ty that new Hue of windy weather
p««*W' »u Shh
-*\W lu *«'r*lnt; l»innet Mr* i aritn!.
I'r.i (a at «Ht*t»ry-"! think. Mr
W.tl*a«h that oue » etil»'»yiurnt of a *tian»»T
«leiw.*uda ? «rs» j| U|Mmthe maniifr H whr h
it f* «er.ed «>ur Ikwl<<« i* famoui f*>r
that. *na know Mr (from
l'l»lrt|t>>- M Yrt, I n«*tlev everything i«
ntee and hot," IV
MOM > \M» %t \li»v> T*.
N* * t.-Rfc MlH* KICV IS*
N*» Yi'Hii. July ♦> There w«'re r>«l
Ihi\jp,C ord»*4"* til thr »Uxt mark«t thi»
morning, and hou*e«afaiu ap
|* ared a« iJMivliawf*, which mw tye-Mia
wm amu ;x mo:a W-gitimat. apuearanet
than tt ha* panaeaaed for .* roe time \t
ttw wm«- nni<'('hloar> m»ui huviut; »«r»st-r«
«u and an interview with \rmo*r
in decide!
vlewa lit n-jurd to *t tare that »*«wk
a lead ♦i , tt>ok f ; r*t l»* tlral
. • and lUel laiand Nhaa«
ita ititttirtk, by
a»'l the real Thx «»onUi oame next
to i»""*>mtnenee Tine »!««**!• ran to eoveff
and aartHlMl the «o?urv-
tknntfb tke advauer »*ut of ai* pr»-
|K>rlhM:i to thr tran»iirtknii ns-i»i4oi • »rv
! jp»n *\ip k .\ti4 North« ro j rc: rml
wrre fratu'ea The ann<>nn. -m> nt that a
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m«trtara*>- tw f Mroyw, eo at. d «r**rtt
del '.at*d i-*r thr Uk»' ?n? vtoek i'«w,
*ra an* tut« far behind the W* ) r%. a wl
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heal prier* of t he da>
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palled ~w*s»r Teta*. H**Zle
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MnleM «»eaed at T#,e.aad afters
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ruv<CfflH(itrf affraneerf tt>V w bay
iac by tteStessdard OO party and «**ert**
by ttnUn ahortv A rrartkia tkra *
earn* nod aa* toUoaed he a re
rant;. Or mitx torn at 57 s *e.
rveer,aisw4 hrtinfi e»eaed **V"-
btgh-K >**■• tow* WJs. ctostec ~*W
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nod i.i*her bat»)««d.rxT*Cß* JsiJj.'.cmi
V below »»*errti*y'* eloae. eaah and 3ml) r,
a*it*. »IV- *«F»eaiber, B\t. Da
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t.'or» fer*iro!ar; rate and Jsl*. * t f.
Aun»V «s «-U tee. _
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tut. *r . V;.lfra'*'T.» »-Me
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Bar:, j—VdhSn* dofn*.
Pork-Khade higher: en*b. Jnly aad AO*
wt. SUJB*y : i»ey»ember. tU'-".
l.d»d-Hl*ber; raah aad Jnly.** ITU <*
!».»; A>Jftr*t. r.«S.. l*T<eia&rr
wr^afis.
• at<*«o uvg trorK nun
riiKioo, Jnii &.—cattle Kee«ipt».
«08, tnelndlnc 28K TtXM aod we*lera eat
tie: km natlee*. ;/«iOe higher; rhrfe* loex
tr» hrere*. !• "it ßtaon to *"•*!.
W y*srt* porker* aod f
Texa* rattle. tl.tteP TB: western nmrm.
fUHUk
Ko«r» greelpc*. ».(*»: airtir* end V
higher. mU-1. t&WpL*f heary, r>.7o
(« •»>: ,Igiat, ta..VV*'>.rf
liiMV - Reeetpts, MB; qnlet and on
ebaacsd*. native*, inferior to fancy
Z..V,: Texan*,
uvtaro.L oa*i* mtmr.t
ljr«sw»t. J air •.—Wheat—titra®*: dr j
raatid good. holder* offer •paringly; Call
foroia Wo, I. «a T> s?yl per rental; red
wertern Arlng.d* S'j'Mt l ''* 7WL
t.'orn— Mnn. demand *<«>»; near mixed
weatero f lt»yl par c^tal.
Uhlpplwg laulUftar*.
St* Jply t rirparted
meaner Mexico, Victoria «t.ata>*r «
Ma. Portland; *blp Ampiiitrltr. Port Town
sa»4. tteamcr Idatw>. faark Balaklara. Van
eo«Ter.
When baby waa aiek. we rave her Caatorla.
W ben aha waa a Child i£a rtied for Caatoria*
When aha twcameSf laa obe clwng tot'aatoria
w.u abe bad Children, aha rare then
Caatorla
WHO WILL BE ritESIDEVT.
The 1 riding topic of the day oeoesea
rily revert* t > the result ot" the recent
convention, and to the relative merit"
and virtue* of the candidate*. It i' a
•nrprising coincidence iti the history
of events that Benjamin Harri-'m
iiear* the sain? relationship in the
i-oming contest a* tiki hi" grandfather
' jreanKpiDe. Yet the keen observer
will readily conclude that the r'e«;ilt in
tlie present in-tance will l>c entirely
the reverse from what it waj in the
canvas l>etween Harrison and Van
liuren In truth. Cleveland will prove
the llarri-on of the content. Hi- wise
•vud judicious concern (or the welfare
of the in ase of the |>eofle, his re-u
--lute manner of personally conducting
• the adairi of hi* oftioe and the satis
factory dis harge «f the obligations
and duties of hit administration, have
won for him the friendship and confi
dence of thousand* of honest, liberal
minded and re-pon «ible citizens of
l*>th Pcmocratic and Republictn pro
clivities. Of Thunaan none dare
»[»■ ik unkindly or impartially. None
dare associate his goo<l name with cor
ruption or di'liimeitr, and although he
i.- the tail of the ticket, hi* name will
•dd strength and unity to the cause of
l>enioeracy and the wi-he* of tlie
American people IWcau.sc a man of
his magnitude is the end of a ticket
cuts no figure in the case whatever.
Hecau e liordering upoh the ob-chre it
does not »e< e—aril) suggest insignifi
cance And it i< likewise a parallel
ciincidcisce In the case of the Dr*.
iiarnn. Because their tinme« an- not
Haunting upon huge banners to the
hreeie pi every windstorm, it does
not follow that they are thus obscure.
l>Ts d'arrin do not *eek funic or for
tune, but simply to lieneflt the afflicted
with the curative powers wrought by
vears of profoand research ami study.
Yhey publi -h the testimonials of their
cures, not a column of promiM-". If
>on know the-• pwplt who testify to
the skill and power of the doctor*.
• all upon them and personally inve-ti
gate the truth of the matter. The fol
low ing are some »f them :
; ••!'!< 2-K\ I. r»KRII ITY ANDCATARRU H REI'.
Mr. Kdltor— 1 Vnr Sir: I have been
t/imbM with catarrh for aU>ut *»even
YMTS, ant! for a num!»er of year* past
1 have -ufTered from a general debility
also. Now. after 4 about six weeks*
j treatment. ! am almost entirely cured,
and my friends remark my improve
»mentln every way. Mv husband
also cure*! «* a |»ain in his hack a few
months ago. and we can be referred to
at Nookfcack, W T
Mv A. F. WEI« U.
% OI.AKM ETI I*l T
To tHe PUhlic: The Dr* Parrin,
through their skill ami scientific treat
ment. have entirely cured my right
eye of a severe inflammation that va«
caused by an imperfect tit of a glass
eye that a physician in the East pro~
i cured for me. The doctor* al»o per
fertiv fitted a new glass eye, so that
uiy imperfection can not now l>« de
tected. 1 can be referred to at 4l>
Jackson street. Seattle. W. T
MVRA IV WC\mrm^6.
HYDROTKLB CTREI>.
To the I'ublii About four year*
ago 1 wa* struck with an at handle.
The injury resulted in what the doc
tors called a hvdrocele. 1 considted
I>r« fHirrin, and tiiey performed one
operation an.l entire!? cured ami re
mortal my atfe» tion. I highly recora
mend them, and « an referred to at
any time at Roach Harbor W. r.
H. PoVOIIERTT.
OWES HORN CL\CR ««r BtstSßM.
The l>rv l»nrrin are located at the
International Hotel. <'berry »treet. Se
attle \\ T Consultation free.
o:;*=«*e h«»urs. from 1«> to t daily;
evening*. " to s Sundays. 10 to 1?.
All c arable « hronic loss of
manho**d. U<v*i taint % syphilis, gleet.
g*>f»orrh«ea, -|«ermaiorrh<* i. vemiual
weakness and !©•* of desire of vexual
power it*, man or woman, catarrh and
dea rt« - are confidentially and »uc*
»~e sfully treated. Circular* «ent free.
M «*t IT* «in receive home treat
ment after a *t«it t<« thed - tor*' office.
i The l*r* Darrin also have a branch
oth eat Fifth street, Portland. Or.,
where any m that rieimty can consult
them.)
Bfou rtos
Ontorie* wrrr u»bfrf i;n an«i rtn
tiowt* tW v*-ta of Ui« ' Na
tion* aro*f. triumphed and ; ra< e,-
*rr* Utrn, 3ourl<.hcti, ana
•way. fj.fa lb* moriunp
» n>Mth;r.£ the world in pnrpte ami
and th* mnißf apt—dor kisMnf
thr to >!f*p, v*i «on* t'reauitM
iliit it wa» tiir rkrtli that nortU,
»!«';>■ th* ten, tb» m-.ctily M-ntinel of
in|i:iity. r, on-.! tmjwrVptitiy. The
:*Ua< v wi< at U«t r»i>io ;r\i by an I#-
«'! it rtnw r t*.w h;m
hi- li'<> Ns-au~* it »h<*. tin- run
-»rv»ur<-
Thr trav r :«»T «ho »t%rt» on Ki* j >ur
wjrat ii;i ir i rt-.i h.« fir TO ''<• to - -.r
.'.Ufinjf tkcl r-t fpw ho-w. Hp (r |*-
h:« wav than artrr lb* I'urpiiny
l:*r --M ■ the 4f-f»To»-h *>? uar. mju<r U>
'wd"i; rt the it- st i birhl of im
sVihtS.is; tjinn tl>-" »tc Hi-" £\>< Ir .
js. ! r f ..f Uh • hi« Mill
with ra ;mn.-r.
ii . ii lor j of
w<v.; tn- ihr* Uaivdnvt. ... s. 11.>-
pto) >:is Hi* moM hrrtH. TLira- ir>*v tlw
i<■ 1 > * V - : rr *: thr *:otloath
«ontr »5: m- -.hat ?h<- itn&i
>\mi. rtv*. an.. Uh- Itganto or hnrionms
h*l< i**rn Sr -.* < iff orfi
tUT:- "Jv dfccip.'u* thf-n. vber. th
iawali r> th-'tu hy shrtr
- . - -to rr . i.aitly h ~.k*■ r
t-Klop * ht* :
1U nfcl ** lio ■!« of nwtK sne. »lad in
sic ti:*atie of utup- rvo«*rr*t
;««». arh.-v? anarii* ntiies, hair*. a* th*-v
n«|4di<iii the <<i n: ir- .4 th*<rn
urn-, m.sjcb' *• ■.» he > :ai
ot lllppvritei, id-Kj «n,
i —it*. Imij wiui aru.-qutv. m-r rr»
irntiy wor\hi}ixg Uw oM Wt-Jf Uk--
(van?a:t«a uuwr«uoa»-
THE SEATTLE POST-INTELUGENCER. SATURDAY, JULY 7 ISBB.
Mck HV (Mawm y. Ou ntk a bod*
tie itpnM safe to trast W» pk|»
cai biasness with' jf'- *■■
tbe krtatifa
of tbe eW tmOMMi «a*k>nwrste. It
mast be ream»b«ed tbat every step
ttkra kii tan iitteHr contested by
tbose in power, bai after-failing to
cra-b tbe bcnaflcU innovation they
iuTf been wafriM to Atom it.
Come. wake op Hi'! now*« Mid
the people to UM old reboot, xent
(be new tea- bin* or we will lea re Vjjp
to starve. and thus i* spite of tbeir
tbey bare b»! to more I
<m. to be rare always awar behind tbe
timi «. but st»H tbey rswtrd .Bail-like
and iMkinfoStr along. itr In tbe tea?
of the started <tia;irj b««r
ezs of pfflpeuiw tbought. Slowly,
aad wbeliiously tbry hid to accept tbe .
di-covenee of tbo«e whom thov de- j
ttounred u dtnptotu qtttcb. Many I
hare been tbe rod e awakenings tbat <
this tisne honored oM srhool has suf- j
fered frns propessitf thought.
But fame U earned, not merely be
thinr- written, bat by arduous great-!
ne-s of deeds accompli-bed. Krery i
a« ao t upon tbe impresmable citadel ' t
of true *rience has added numberless
recruits to it< •-au«e. The amunition :
ol calumny has been exploded. The
deadly projectiles buried bare missed
their destination. The shaft* an i ar- i
rows lie broken at the feet of rictory. :
! And when Aurora's ravi •■hall hare ;
pifrced the .moke of the beautiful, the
name of the bis«.peiietiv system of
me.ti.vine will glitter a bright and im
perishable tun in the di ulem of sci
ence, when those who tried to wind
their -hmr coils around, it- snowy
throat hare mouldered in oblivion and
their epitaph*, hare vanished Irons the
face of tbe earth.
BY THEIR WOK KM II SHALL
KNOW THEM.
SrATTLK. Wash.
My little bov, when four years old,
was taken sick with scarlet rash. We
bad competent medical aid but be
never fully recovered. For 3 years he
wa- sick, "couldretain nothing on his
•tbmarh, sometime* wouid vomit
ceaselessly for a week not retaining
even wafer. He dwindled away till
but a shadow of his former self. At
Ust his niind pave way. For two
weeks he clung to me berginp uie not
to bury him in theftrouiMT. lie recog
nised nobody, not even me. We all
concluded that death would be a relief
,to him. There was no use trying the
old school doctors, of that we have bad
enough experience. Their medicine*
faile i to kill me when every one of
them gave me up with consumption
saying that I could not live a week.
That wat three years ago. They
would have had their sar, too, if I had
not called in Dr. J. Eugene Jordan.
I bad then l**en tiedfastforover a year,
could not turn over, suffered witli ex
cruciating pain an.i spat bloody pus.
As by the aid of the god-sent Histo
genic Medicines I recovered from the
verge of the grave and was able to do
considerable ef my house work in 9 1 )
days. Well we got Dr. Jordan's medi
cine for our litt.'e fmy an ! his reason
returned and so did his health, and in
two months from first tahinghis medi
cine he went to school. We are con
rimed, as is every one who has used
the unprecedented Hist. Med., that it
accompli "he* the apparently impossi
ble, and that to compare tliem to all
the other medic nes it is like compar
ing bright sunlight to Egyptian dark
ness. MAGGIE MI'DAMM..
I have lieen sick for the last iit'teen
years »itii a complication of diseases,
llheumuti-iii and kiilney troubles were
very bad. but heart <ii-ease WHS the
nor-t of all. Many times I theupiit I
would not survive it. The sharp,
agonizing pain in my heart would take
my breath and make me dizzy. 1 had
to catch at things to keep from falling.
In fact, I WHS an utter wreck. I tried
do. tors in Terra Haute, lnd., BUMlU
injfton. Ottumwa. Chariton, and Itur
lin»rton—allopathic, homeopathic, and
everv other kind of doctors. They
used l«tteiies. baths, and all manner
and kinds »( nasty tastinr drugs, but
I re«*ived no l>eiietit at all. I gave it
up In disgust. Kvery doctor told me
another tale as to what he thought
was the matter with me. but tbat did
not cure me.
(ioing to f<ertttle. I beard of nothing
b t the new Histogenetic system, and
of l>r. J. Kugene Jorilan. its author.
Ilavingtrie 1 all the old, I concluded to
try the new. and after a few weeks'
u-e of the aUive medicine I complete
ly recovered. This was last October,
and 1 have had no sirn of the return
of the trouble*, and have been able to
attend to my duties ever since. 1
make this statement from gratitude to
l>r. Jordan and the liistogenetic sys
tem, and al-o from a spirit of sym
pathy for kindred humanity.
JOSEPH I'EKSISGTOS.
Edmond, W. T.
MR. STATEMEST.
I> sski.i.t. King Co., W. T.
I have !**■:•! badly troubled with my
thro.it fur many years. It would give
me no re t at night far the tickling
and hacking. Since OHtniUr it
was worse than ever, tin 1 haying tried
so mjtny things which <ii<i me no poo 1
I felt |>ret(y helpless. I told n frieml
•if mine. John Anderson. cattleman,
that I thought, a;«a l i-t re ort, of go
in j; to California. lie told me he hail
l>een in the rame Six, and went to Dr.
J Kugene Jordan, took hi? medicine,
a d quickly and completely recovered.
1 concluded to try him. and 1 wish to
record the fa t that after a week's use
of the perfectly tasteless histognetic
medicine I entirely recovered. I make
this statement for the benefit of of all
alUicted in the same was.
TIMOTHV M<
Shi (■iitib. May2s. l.vtu.
My l«oy.ten year-* old, was broken
down with rhetituati-m His limbs
were a!l distorted out of shape from
the baneful etleet: he suiTere.l great
:tgnny, and could not turn in bod
t he wor-t of ;il , heart wa- greatly
aitected from it, and ; i almost stopped
hi - breath. We gave him up. also did
our neighbor-. A* .1 last rr.-oit I went
to l>r J. Kugene Jordou, whose med
icine performed aiiparentlv impossible
cures in our neighbor-. After givinc
my boy tho r me b ines for three
weeks he entirely recovered, lii» linil—
all straightened out again, sad be is
I*rfe> tly well in every way. That was
ten months ago.
As for mv-eif, | had an injury to
ray linger which turned into t arris of
the tsme Several doctors were em
ploy*.!, but the result »a* the bone
kept on eating away. At last they
; concluded that ia order to save the
hand the fivcer had to 1« amputated.
I bethought i**'-eif of l>r. Jordan. ob
tained his medicine,and in two weeks'
time it cured the bone disease and 1
retained ray iinger. How much suf
fering and expense we might hare
saved had we known of the lli-togen
<l ■ Medicine and I'r. J. Eugene
Jordan. X. Knn.iii.Atsi,
OaatiMA, W. T.
iomr
fr C ROYAL mat j
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POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
T~ • F- wder *rv«Tart<* A asarre! 01
(Hint;.str-n-fc a.-'-J whc4-» men*** Man
ent *• ttj*a tb«
aaont t» *4.! in with the lt
uto-tp «r tow u «. «fc<vt weirti, tu at
1 ><•>)&*«* t-iw-'cr*. iM4 o»ly ia tut
Rol it »ix:sa FuwmbCo., Mk WaU sets*,
! *ew v«t mi Mali
LATOUR CO.
»•.»- - • - •
GREAT REDUCTIOI Ml THROUGH THE HOUSE !
• •
TTrrasuai Bargains
FOR THE NEXT TEN DAYS.
V w* »
Firsf-class Goods at the Lowest Price i
* N
Do let Mt« c»e id le csiTiicei Strictly OJB priee.
T. A TOTTR &D OCX
Opera Iltoclc. Front street.
\?v£lFv2^?«Cs m*!jf
L. Jl
CASTOR I A
for INFANTS AND CHILDREN.
» : Csftorla Is r> sretl to chndrts |CartOrl* mr«« Cottt, Coi^trpation.
as sapcES to a», ~rc-1 Sour Stomach, DiarrtKta,l r.u uttj,
TOH<-iU.aw,.to» e .* | IkiflsWonßS, «>»«. Uasp and fiametMmt**
H. A. Aasnsa. M. D. I tian.
lt< So. uxl..td St, m«okl>c, K. T. I Without Myanous mM.cauao.
Tns Canava OoararT. liJ fultoo Mtatk ft t
rrwv i WW. ~ "
OSLUGGISH0 SLUGGISH Corrected
INACTIVE MORNING -imall
BOWELS IstLTzVIfAPKIHENT
J. 2 i/L. BleinolieLrci <& Co,
Jobbers la laportsi sad Doasestlo
and Liquors,
Yesler-I.earjr Block. Front Street,
Goods delivered, closed ou Sunday. SEA'rxXiß, "W. T.
FOR SALE.
' One lot on Front street, 60
xl2o feet, right in the
center of business.
One lot on Front street, 30
z 120 feet; central loca
tion.
One lot corner of Commer
cial and Main. This is
one of the best corners
that is offered for sale in
the city at the present
time. It is a fine busi
ness location.
120x120 feet square, cor
ner of Mill and Second.
This is a magnificent
corner.
One-half block on Fourth
street.
One lot on Third street;
fine location.
Two valuable farms, well
improved; only six and
eight miles from the city.
The above lis* cf properties are ALLftrst
cia?.# and wi:i jay any «ap !ah-t to exam
tne tbecv
HEFNER & DISHON,
-QM ('ommTfial sLSrattKW.T.
TO CAPITALISTS
PROPOSAL Will UK RE
reived !>* the auditor of &IS*OD
H a ;'iasct«*n Territory, atbts olhee In f*be!
for the parciiass f fire thousand doliars
worth of-buuds To be by sa.d coasty
f«>r :he purp*>ee of l-uiKiiu? a
Rmd»!. ru'- for ihtt ?« s* than ten yvars
and t:»*t ?.»exr~ d twenty y«ar*. lutersst
payable annua. ■; ♦ » t-n!« of the board
<>l counrr r..- .- sum Witsmi my
hand a:! "' < .-> al til*day of June.
A ARTIICR J TAYU>R. « oant*
Auditor. >e^o
What a Blessing to Mothers.
4CKER-* RARY DIFFERS
. \ •• a <• «vr*i| "« r r srdlals. It
e«»ota*i2* u.i *-i .itiUEa,opium or xanthine
in am j-art »f ,*s c-strt* tion l! :• harm
}>«* •- '•<» ' pr**.tive in its *• *. -r.
It I"nII* tner iid into<ju.« t *n
nlrt: :! • refn-si.ts*. Ti?"'^-- j as »r»d
aai'iraL It Ss tbe oa!y sale vcv&eiß* yet j
'•q 1 at !■-'► f r ; f h*' a'r - i : ;:w,uT.
i> *< aisryoa, « r. *
JOS assa. r a. nvsfwsa.
McKJm'OH & CO.
RU::VEI>, <X>NTRJTT"TA>TIE AND
I halWtr* Offl —la * aii-y. rvpjo
t'te !:■" W T mvffif I
P O P-x feiepfco!* lis
GRACE HOSPITAL.
TMrteenth st.. arsr Sl»d!Mi "wattfe*. W T
nE AN W\T»N. PRE-IDENT. KI3I
TT.fM an i *-r»>-is. ;
It u rau ptsv*:ci*t« and mjr
CF'V, MOTK. P/T«; strwt
Tie £-.*»{■. at
Uae or Lake t'afem «tcset cam.)
jo*d*w2m
"WHICH SHALL IT BI?"
; HARRISON OR CLEVELAND,
; FREE TRADE
I
i OR
PROTECTIVE TARIFF?
As f«»r us. we believs in the
Protection Seattle
—from: —
Monopolists and Eitortionists
li aaf list if tasiaesj.
Very Traly Yoars.
Haley & Wilt
SIS FRONT STREET.
P O. 80l M» TlLirHoss St.
ta>Send for Grocery Price U>t
FOR SALE.
»-pnr VAN I> r\*:w. Os wurn:
1 Ri»e'. <* ;a:uin« s'-.u| M Mm M
senr* in h» 4 *,* Cve»l tenant boose.
S ki>»*. **.vhaoie. hamt. etc.. in fSgc tpt
d-r ThU «m*ol Xk'• fara-.s in *>*«
T-Jfrttary; .1 «nw i>: r»i| a. iv
i:.* »ao fs.r sair. > r s-a-» ai-; % &
or i>Mnis i»Ei», VAN
White River P—f. f
KfufTi Wa»h. Ter.
f!iEl> F. SANI>KR.
|®sf poo m
nEY AI.PEK ASD n8 WOOtS OPT AXY
desired l-'i.**"-. Vry ktcdUag a spe
ei*Jt>. Coal *rii .«nd u. of fee
rity Orders r>Tei**d at ta». rtont street,
cr at rardwißoiiAJss' wt«rt. foot of jeoeca
street I
Mhatm T. A KCSELI. Propdetee. ,
. SMK6S KPiRTMENT
GUARANTEE
ua u> men mnn,
RECEIVE DEPOSITS IS ANY AMOFXTS
fn>n oae dollar i: a sr.v ud allow :n
--' teres* tittmn. Hooey loaned upoa lia-
I proved tana and city real Mala
KUU or tUKTMU:
! LEir.n a J. HrXT President
I DR. T. T. MINOR Vice President
EDW. B. downing Treasurer
i GStWGE H. XEILBRON Secretary
' PAVJJ> X- BAITER. J. P. LOWM AX.
THJE
FIRST YITIONIL SIM
OF SEATTLE,
B—tile, WaaUactaa Territory.
Paid-up Capital. $150,000.
lilOKt W. HAUUS. J. GOOBrKLLOW
Fm(4fct (Mkter.
Gcnertl hanking business transacted.
Surtit and telegnrabic exc*iantre parable
in aII the principal cities of the United
State* and Europe , '
NATIONAL BANK
OF BEATTLK.
TRANSACTS GENERAL BANKING
X batiaess.
Bt T YS and SElx EXCHANGE on all
principal cities, and issnes LETTERS OF
CREDIT.
Gives COLLECTIONS special attention.
CQUXSroNDKMS:
National Park Rank. New York.
First National Bank. t 'Meago.
Pa<-iae Bank. Sa:i rranc;sc<>.
SAFE Mi mni\,
» THE SASRAIM or TUX
Xsnkaata' Katiaaal Baak.
SECURITIES AND VALUABLES, GOODS
and PARt KLA of all kinds rt*<*ired for
aafe keepinr a«d storag»\
Safea and Deport Boxes in Briu;LAK
VAULT rented at from 15 to |6O per annum.
; according to size.
Dexter Horton& Co.,
BANKERS,
Incorporated 1887.
CAPITAL, $200,000.
I President w. > I.ADO
1 Vice President A. A. ! KNS.V
Manager. J l'. Hon
■ Cashier B. F. lissec.s
QIGHT EXCHANGE AND TEIJ-CRATH
C? ic transfers on Ne>v York, Chicago. St.
Paul, San Francisco, Pertlan.l and various
points In Washington. Oregon and British
Columbia
Sight Bills of Exchante ou London, avail
able elsewhere in Europe.
Collections made at all poiuts ou favor
able Wins.
Bond*, stocks and other valuables receiv
ed on dep..sit for *afe keeping.
BAILEV GATIERT,, |E. P. Kxaav,
President. < Vice President
J. KI'RTIT, Cashier.
PLGET SOUND NATIONAL BANK
OF SEATTLE.
OCCIDENTAL BLOCK.
BUY AND SELL FOREIGN AND IK>-
mestic exrhanee. transfer money by
telegTaph to any part of the Colled states
and Enrtype, receive de|Mtsits of money and
issue jvius books or certificates therefor.
CORRK6PCX DENTS:
London. N. M. R«>tliM , hiW A Sons
Paris. I>e Kothwliib) Frervs.
Frankfort, A. 31., L Von
New York, agency of flank of Ca!jfornia
Commercial Nati<»aal Hank.
UosU>:i, SufToik National Bank.
San Franei«co. the Hank of I'alifornia
Portland, the First National Hank
TO SAII FRANCISCO. CAL.
BT WAT OF Till
Men Pacific Company's
LINES.
THE MT. SHASTA ROUTE.
Quicker in time tl.-au any other route be
tween
Seattle andean Francisco.
LEAVE SEATTLE DAILY AT 4 P. il.
ARRIVE IN SAN FRANCISCO, 7:40 A. M
Tkrosgh Tims Kartj-KJefct Hears.
The Grand route of the Pacific Coast
PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS.
Tourist Sleeping Can
For arcomm<»dat!ou of second rlass pawn-
Kerti attached to express trains.
For tickets and other information call on
A. CHILBERG,
Ticket A Rent. Seattle, W. T.
E. P. ROGERS,
As*i*t. Gen. Fr» !?ht and Paw.
R. Kokhi.f-r. MatiHg«T.
NO OTHER RAILWAY IN THE
NORTHWEST
HAS FACILITIES EQTAI. TO TU¥
WlseonStn .*. »•* ■ttl T: f*>r »r« «>. a
tlon of fre'ir*. t,.-! r-.j .- •-• -,*■. .>1
Paal. Minn s; r A* ..<* •, n*ni
kee or Cblca:*o a:i i u Ka< a »dS uiv
THE FECric OF StATTLE
Are nr*ed to rivethi* uewand popular 1 Olv
a shart- of their patronage.
For full information, lowest current rate*
berth*, Ac., apply to any agent, or address,
VI. S. IELLEN, J AS. BARKER.
Gen. Mauarer. Gen Pass.4. Ticket Ae»
MILWAUKEE.
GEO S. BATTY, General Western Agent,
SPECIAL TKIP
Stssasklp
I I) A I I O
(lan*!) refitted)
To -AJ.etsls.ei,
i'l sail from < »-a ? tle to Alaskan
**>rts on
Wednesday, July 11th.
wishing to ?*» to Alaska
S'IOUNJ avail tbenielvri of Ibis opportun
ity and secure roe mi early. Rooms on
other skips eacajred ahead almost for the •
•eaoon. W. H. SPENCER, AfeOt, foot of
Msr.»n >ei»4td
DAY BOAT.
Fist Steamer
W. K. MERWIN,
Yeslrr's wharf for
Whatcom
At? am, touching a! CHnton. Ho!me«'
hsrbor, Cwifrdik', ffaaladv.
Samishand Blanc hard's, erery Tuesday,
Thamlay and j»U >:rday.
r rreight or va**a:re apply at W.
>A A. Co.'s otSee. Vtiler's aharf )+'£:
NOTICE.
PHASOEOF BERTH.-PARTIES WISH
\ Ine the services of the st*-aruer fw
will find her, when »K»t engay*;««l. at liar
rinßton St ,-mlth's whurf.
M lw A. P. SPALDING. Master.
STEAMER LILY,
CAPTAIN N HARTMAV,
I RAVING YF>IKR'S WHARF EVERT
j*A isnti .-»:«jrdsy rnort!:-ic at 7
for Siarit River and way |IQSS
Returmnr. iea%«« bead of nari«atto£
Moutlay aad 11iur«»!ay.
f *fr ir.it "aiid i»a**ai;.-aj.plyu»<»EOiy;f
r • iSTKR. ««r fsij |jr>ar<l.
Mari Ten Suie & Andre* Kan,
PIiCPEIETOES
Japaneze Bazaar.
Wkokssk and retail dealers in
FIRE WORKS.
1006 Front Street, M
Irttf HEA TILK, \V. -r. 4
! Seattle. Lai? Sim t Eastai
laflinyOwfeiy.
CHASGE OF TIME.
Os asd AmaTsnoiAT. HAT J»™.
ISkk, ami until further notice. train*
wfU ran as per Rhnltit below, ronneetnc
at I'nioo Bay with steamers on Lake Wash
ington. and at Oilman with stage* to and
. from Fan Cfty and Snoquaimte H«]» Ranch.
pMroiCT leaving Seattle at 9 30 a. m. can
reach Fall C:ty and Rap Ran* £ aw oV'-n
--inc. and by leaving latter point be stage ia
mornin- ran reach Seattle at <lO p. m
same day.
"A" daily.
"B" daily eirept Snnday. «
Kastwrarri Boaad.
./CffhrtH mlnrUß
j'Trani Trains.
2 (A (A 4B SB
L*«v» Levej I .re Lve Lee
— a tn.!« m jv.ni a.m
Seattle 0 S JW S JO 1 7 30
Smith - ! Car*. 4 9 <>! * » 2. K 7
Ross. J. * St! S 54 2.M 7.M
Edcewater 6 » << 2 1> 7.SS
Union Bay. > 10 » 10 » S.» > 10
Kavena Park. !.■ . «.!»'». IS
Keith's U 10 1- 10 1R 2 « > JO
Tervnre.. 10 40 Am Arrv! Art
Wayne. 2110.'*)
Wiusor 22 10 56
W«t<\>a»t Junet'n £. il lc
Yi>rk. •
Redwood. ' «11 1 .
Adelaide ~
Menohnn 3
Gil wan i. p tn !.
AniTe 12 30 .
tY est ward Bimml.
jfii Suburlnui I'iro
1 .=! Trains. Traa
, "i 1 B 3 B A A S A
I-rare Lvc. J.vei Ijre Lve
I j— am. (< m p. m p m
: Qthau jo.: S .10
Mor.ohon S
, i Adelaide | 9
:, Kedmou.i. 12 4 0b
1 York. i;,
? WeatCcut Jnnet'n 18 . i 4'»
I Wiator Lv «.to
Way ne. Ll 4 v>
iTtßtra t24 .j. 4
Keith s. til S _ 2 if. 5.55 d.»
Raveoa Part. Ir_ > 5 5 SO
i I'liion Bay. bet s s. 2 4a..
EdifrVat.r. ht »t St.s«
Kt~«. (3T S 3 #'».« 5 46
Smith's Cove !■> » St' 3 IS ;> 50 5 M
Seattle (t V 15 3.55 « 1» 6 M
Arrive I Arrv Arrv Arv Arrv
M. K JOSES. W. J. JEXSISGtJ,
Train l>lst*teher. G. F. A P. A rent.
w K. riIQKXFI.I. Mlittag'T.
FuifMuirsHOßrrf
Time T&blo, Taking Effect
Sunday, May 27, 1888.
Twcave. Arrlre.
Tari»m« fpa-ssencer)J. 4 4.) a nt. !):10p.ra
T»rt>io«(iaLted) r .2:30 U:,i>
Stuck Juutliou p.m. 9:tf) a.zn
with the N. F. R. R. for I*oit-
Unti and the Ka*t.
•Connects with N". P. R. R. for Portland
T. J. MILN'KR, Manager
COLUMBIA & PUGET SOUND
RAILROAD.
Time Table, Taking Effect
Sunday May 27, (888.
Trains arrive aad leave ckattle as fol
low*:
Leave. Arrive.
; Newcastle and way# ' i:> n.in. UAS a. m
ftaliontf (tnixed) .ju» v. p.m. .">.-25 p. id
Fra:ikl!:i ami vr'y ?ta / *7:00 a.m. •2::® p. ir.
•itw'.iotiß . i f3:30 p.m.f 11:00 p. in
•Mixed. tCoal.
T. J. MILNIRj
Amlstan: hmKtintemifnt.
NEW TIME I'M
For traius and steamers arriving and
departing from
i Columbia ft Paget Souad Railroad Co.'s
Dt pot, foot of Main st, battle, W. T.
Pacific Coast Steamship Co.
SOUTHERN ROUTE.
Steamships MEXICO and t?MATIIJ .%
ing Her Hritanic Majesty's mails, wili
sail frora Broadv.-nv wharf, .4an Franciaro,
atl» a. m., every Friday. Returning, leave
Seattle at 1 p. ra. every Friday, and Port
Towusend in the afternoon.
ALASKAN ROUTE.
G. W Elder, June 21 Ancon June 4, G. W
Elder June is, Ancon Julv 1, W. Kidel
, July It, Ancon July so, tv. El-lcr An«uM
IS, Anion August -T, (». W. Elder SepUlu
Ikt 10. A noon zjeptember 24.
For freight and pitaKage applv to agi-nt al
Columbia <t Paget .-.imd Kdlraad office.
lu effect Feliruar) a>th and until furthct
! notice.
THE GKKAT
TRANSCONTINENTAL ROUTE.
Northern Pacific
RAILROAD.
VIA TH*
Cascade Diviaioa, Now Com•
ploted, Maiia* it tae Short
eat. Boat aad Qiiokaat*
The Dining Car lin*-. Ti R«mK.
No l>*la%s *!< st 'I i . ; . • -.j
to Chieavr... and Mil points PitM. Tivkcts
M»ld to all !»:-• • In-ut
«ttd tfoßtlieant. |*uUa aJ)
{•rawing K»v:ri > Rt-s«'r>a
tiotiKfan Is* scCari'd in adva?«ee.
T» l«st HoMa t Pasnencera:
Be«<a<v'!il and d«» t«.»t make a tnt«rake,
!#ut be «U.T i.» take *1
Arto FasiSc Railroad,
And see that your ti. kel r-n!» \ia th!»
line. St. I'aul or Mimr a],-. :« .« « .td
i' hangin and serlotui delays <>< , #.. .i. ,1
.tber rout***.
Through emigrant Sleeping Cam run on
regular expreax train, full length of tli«
line. Bertha free. Lowest rates, qulckear
time.
tieosral Uflre «r Ui Oaipaay, Jlo. i Waafc
iagtaa st., Faniaod, Oregea.
A. D. < HARI.TiiN'. Ass't firil. Fa«». Aft
KB. J Waaiiington Bt, Portland, Or.
W 11. SITNCKK.
A.cn,.jwharf.
Ticket Agent. Seattle.
Excursion Tickets.
Parties holding round trip
tieket*, Northern Pacific
Railroad i*«ue. can exchange
same good for return Tia the
Canadian Pacilte Railway,
upon application to
E. W. Me(ilN MS,
Agent C. P. R'y.
Canadian Pacific Navigation
COMPANY.
STEAMER
PREMIER.
BOUND SOUTH.
r; ugivr , tkKivg , '
Va*;conrer 2pm Townseud Jl pti
Townaend '.am Seattle. .. ua m
-vattie 10 aru Ta oma 12 noon
.BOUHD NORTH.
Z~ lkai* ,em\i 1
racosaa 2pm »-atiie «pm
6a ra Ttwttsend aa in
T°*''*end .11 ara V'an."U',' r ... 49 in
DAYS f'K DF.PAKfSai RtuM
fta; «>!BVS.
b w W A UI:;VAi.iT ,Ki l m.E.
T>s-*dara 4mBISKHa v s.
mtS A. CrtMSSfc. Maeter.
• ' *ll"'' 1.-* - ;nt at seaule.
J'» > latiK .. !• x. < M.
STEIMEIKyiM lil)W\
f lAVfr T»IJ!M WHARF FOP. TA
JUjtntna. '>:T«np:aa-d .tt'g -konkum at:
A« etery Monday, WeUueaday and Kri
JftteralEg, leave, sheltoc. Big i»oek«u
: Wfa «. ettn Twmif, Ihaodiur ana Oat-j
|Tne TaNf Bnafaj *
* «
orrnAMt J9
LeTviu ——^__ . jf
j Comer mat and Che rrj
- -
|: : : fill
\- - - tip:
•—Coaches I-;.- the 11ua.,..!. ■
Terrar-e atid East Rr.d.
On theater nighta a roach i
foot of Marion slree: a; the clos. ofS?J5j
formanee. "• J# >
' hktckmnu. ■ '.Lapp
Lxtv " .* j~rirss '
Broadway A Madisen [» on T»TaS *
- n 19 «*' & » s '3 5
» oft $ ia SS I
: : = kflifltt
In w: r 2 ■
: : : fes» :
: : - M*3 - ■
i 4 oe I
Note.—Leavins i .-nrwood lermS —— i
•a. M. ir St.
On Sunday. a -?oaeh will Wave
hoar, commencing a: io'clni a. m Vg
uing thruaah to the Ma»»u!.- eee«eniS
the Turn Verein picnic grv-undilS *
roach will leave the cemctcrs at i If
~ STEAMER JPTSOMT" |
FAST TIME FOB -IS
Seattle. Taroma. Btollwarra. If-Xuffw 1
Island a:.J i ilyrapia. " Hi
SUMMER TIME TABU
GOISU-DAII.Y. IXCEPT alruyum
Leare Olyrapia. 5 .«J? .
Arrive Taixviua •:STg'
lxave Tarotna.
Arrive Seattle . U'»Jm 5
RETrRNIXOr • -
leave Seattle 12 :» <t»nda*«. | s.. *
Arrive T»»m« 2 .TP -iimiays. 4 )!:;
Leave Taeoma 3 ft# .-an.layi s »Sg
ArriveUlympia. ti.M Snarfaya «-SSS
Only bMt uiakine - . rm . -
MKAIJ OX HOARD.
hehk- K FOSTER, ami '
Steamer Skag^tChiS
I EAVES SEATTIJS. FROM YtoUe* *
j W barf, every Sumlay mominj,oß Ma
for Ijirtmner, touching at 3 *
Susan. Stanwoo<l ami I'tsalady.
Retnraini: Mor.iiays.
U-av« every Ttn:rs.!av
t«urblnc at Ciiuton, t'oapevllle, CtoliS
Laconuer, Friday Harbor and Kocb* Wmi
bor. jSiiS
Retnrnini; Fridavs.
For lod;>«, pnbl:c »r private rxeMM <
xpecial rates will tie nlvea on TrllratCt
For freight and rate- at iilv nn taar<La >
to HEXRY BAfLteV. "■-Ti. '
Canadian Pad;
RAILWAY, J
I THE riti B
! TRANSCONTINENTAL ROUTE 1
BETWEEN
; THE PACIFIC AND THE IILUIKL .
IIS PASSENGER KQCIPM»T B TBI ,
1 fliust in tbv work!, vuiijiisiinf of UME
j on* Sleeping Car*. having -Ir*wiiig7«aiss
- tnc and bath n»t»nw: < w •>
| Ch an Colonist ('ur», with Kr** 1
i Berths for holders of sctond class tkuE -
aud the most modern *tv le of day gomEl
, ! Its Can and Hotels provide $§ *
ft ; .:i tin limited q*em»
I at reasonable rati *. <
The Variety and (>randear of Hctaa*
along Its line is nne<|Haled, and in thed*
t tail* of track, train service, etc., liuUiiaff ti jJ
' omitltd that van add to the Safety Mi
Cacmfortof its patron*. All fa alUltghVß
the best and nu*t servicable line of titsil * *
whether for business or plcaaaie, bctweas '-.- i
j , Portland. Tacoma. Seattle, Victoria isdll
Pacific Coa*t Pointa, and Winaepegglttt .
i neapolis, St rani. Chi<ago, sr. boul«rofli> : m
; wa. Toronto. Montreal, Roatou, New Y«fc .
k I and all Eastern Cities. '
Throach Tickets are I««if4 ta aQ PrMt '
Poiats la the I'altetf states, '—ifc |f
aad fcarope at Lawetl Bales.
For detailed information apply to UN[M>- *
i lowing agent* of the company: . , *
c. O. MCCORD, ISWI
6 Washiiutua si, Portland, Oft • ?
E. W MrGLSS'fi®. Seattle. WTt ,li
K. E. Rf.IJ.-4. Tacoma, W . T. M
D. K. BROWN,
District Freight and Passenger Agent*
Vancouver. B. C.
Correspondence r»*sjw»ctfnlly sollciltdL sM
0. R.& N. CO/S
STEAMERS
j Tiril.l. LEAVE BEATTLI CITT DOCK *
' » daily, except Sundays, lorTMBM*
; 3 a m , li a. m. mid BSO p. in.. SimiWy
i at S a. in. and 3:.'» p. m.
For Victoria—Daily, except Sunday, at
II a. m.
ForOlympla—Pally, except Satarday Ml .
; Sunday, at 11 a. in.
, For Whatcom Sunday, Taesday (at .
! Thursday, at 11 p. m.
Touching at luiermoiliate points on (I
! routes.
W. U. noU'OMB, (J«>al. UanafH.
C. W. JOHXBON, SuperiuUudent
A. L. MAXWEI.I,
Gertl. Pa?,. and Ticket Afcal
KI). TOJiKIN, Ucal Ageal,
; City Deck.
STEAMER W. F. MUNROE, jj
(Carrying I*, a Mail,) i
U'aroe Seattle for Edmnuds. MokUMt ' <1
Marys* We and unohomirti . *
Daily, except Bund»)r. i
For freight or pasaaga lmialre nnboMi
or at Yesler wharf. j
C. I> BP.OWNFIKIJ), Manager..
(iORbR H. FIWTKR .Agent Seattle.
HiLsliiugtou Steamboat inunfff- ,
lafi<»n Company.
; CARRYING THE D. S. MAJDU
SEATTLE-PORT TOWHSEND lOHTI /
! CTEAMBK.-».\M)KR.«)\OR EDITHWIU. .
KJ run dally I» IUMI Seattle and f*l
: Towoaciid. leaving battle at 10 p ia.,t«Mk>
■ luu at Fort Ma<liM>n, l'ort tiamble and fwt
.Ludlow. Kettirninx-Leave l'ortTuaojaip ;
i daily (exceptSuuday, at»;3«a m. T ■
SEATTLE-VHATCOM ROUTE.
Steamer Washington leaves MB
: day, Tuesday and Thursday at 9 p. BU
touching at < liiiton, ronpevilU-, Oac
bor.t'taalady. I^tanner,Ana'-ortes,<ineflM^
• Matnish. Fairhavva, Hi- ?
home. Returning— Ij'avfs Whatcoia IMB* *
•lays, Wednesdays arid Fridays at i> p. M.
SEATTLE-SKAGIT RIVER BOOTS.
ftteamer City of leaves H**attto Hf
Skagit lii\er and way porta Monday Mi
• Thurs<Sav returning Tues4l|t
I and Fridays.
For freight and pHMft apply at
ny's oflff sb Y«*s{. r's Wi»arf.
U. F. J%« > Msnaaef.
ISPINNET
& CO.'S
PRIVATE DISPENSARY.
319 Commercial street, corw/0 |
JukuM, Seattle, W. T.
: z£SM
All crhfonJr r»i••of MEN and WOIUB
siirrvWully trvan«t
Debility, Exhausted Viraiity, Hemiwm
W»-aknf«s. Spermatrwrh'X'a. I'ltprtenfliT#
Gonorrh<*-a. oWt, iVf.hiiU*.
elin«*, Weakness in W<o«**u, a?»d f;
Uo*al I)*-ran lament# tbM rv#uit from /«•••
fui fol!it-s or In after y*sn».
URINARY Kidaev. «ud Hliddvr trouble
uHinAni WrJik k , f i onoffhoes rSig l
Cry Vari*-<*••?}». SlHHvrv, efe-, yw*P **
Jy and saft-iy cured. Ni> ncw< > oai medi#** •""*' vs l
given, nor ttroag iujwtur** osefl, whim
ra*»e *trirt»r«\ «.'hanprs r» a*anabi«.
NPRVOIK iHhilftjr, liOftiftf Vigor. Airiilfc -
RLn,VUa Sight
fpondtney, etc., ete., 'tired.
YOIIMf. If FN ►ttff-ritnr from ths effects*
IV/UHU ■ &!! ymrthfc 3 Milat OP iodJ*f»
tf on, should avail tiwiOHlmof out tsMfr «• >
mt nt, the greatest boon ever laid at the «r , *
tar of suffering humanity. Wl3jaar**t Jj
a iK«i(tr« cure L» errry fti«.
I d4leaged * n - ?*» a3f tf ? n^S
" ** * a " with too frequent r
Ua;ion of the bladd'T, a* v on»|.ann«d • t
•ONUttn? <»r txtruii}* *enaati<>n: on exam***
atioi; the urit;>- a
sometime* albn.'nen in The roll#
varies from a WnM ,»r r«>l<i:ih to ewM
milky fcae. the lAtinot nc « a w;
enin? of the «v*trw in a tiuuurr Ij»* ran aft
ae«N"int f..r. Thin i+ tv -.•■ -rj- * ng* c»l
Many die »' »:s d®* a
culty, ifoonut "i its «»!t*e. a i-erf*. ct c«#
aud hcaltay reftonlioa iciiarauU*rtL J
Office hours, Wa. 10. to 6p. m.; 7to* |k Jgfl
N. B.—Persons unable to visit as msy
treated at their home* by
Madktoes and iaatmriioos seat

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