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HLLTT ITIKS.
Hefner & Utah..n «r> «Orlti» mm buai
aM f..r »ale
The »r Sooner Traaer x/M yeaterday
■nrnlui; tor qnilllulv with «]*lj toua of
Wgbt
Tin- Hood', rnna! rimmo3 p*rt> will
Jatfrthw morning on top varbl Whit.-
Wtuf»
Alfci and I'olumlili <>>d«r», A. O. I'. W.,
wfllflve an HIUMTHI and picnl. next
fiMajr. .-wad
Auditor Wont seatenhiyseatenhiy iaaivd a mar
rU*r lleeoae lo f K M< Ijiuiblln snd Miaa
lins Martin. both of thla city.
the hark (ormanla. loaded with UH !
too* at Hi»> k Itlaioond etaai. na« towed to
W, jwaterdn * by tin* tu« Miqiul
Aaffu Riwted f<n,«xren waa fined fjo hf
Jartire Hudorberit f.»r rontrihutlii* to the
assort of a dUffpuUtbk l woman named
fin
Befnrr A Diahon are offering some
choice inside properties fOraal*. « 'apital i
tati «ii' do well to rail on these gentle
taw
Jame* Merino and Frank Mew were •
Aned I,"© each and c»>ats by Joatiee Jone*
t pgr r day. for selling liquor to Indians
Mem paid a rut Merino went to jail.
Ai; effort is being made by the English
mm of this city to organ tae a Hf. Ckofn'a
wru ty Dm *ay that all the other foreign
tars rttiten* have societies and it la about
tine that they were organ utn< one.
Madanir Dispatch, rapt&in Morvta,
arrived festerday from Port Angeles. with
HC.«» an ingles One hundred thousand
ef iln? ahitoilen were landed at West Seattle
la be used ou the roof of fteorge T. Myers* j
w« cannery.
Flank Straddler, aged 21 year*, died At
rtnitil in ■ H«**pttal yesterday «»f typhoid
Imf He had been employed at Colman
<k fcwd'a meat market. and ha* no relative*
la this «!ty. The funeral arrangements
lavrnot yet keen made
"Tai always satisfied with the result of
eitrtlMM . • .4: •! **: i • r» tf » >
"Of emir-*-1 would rather hart seen our
088 ttrk' t elected, hut nlero if iMw dead
» thing. A ticket *»' elected that will
the crank* Th* v won't b* able to
jatap auy )<•'«• with tnoae men."
lllMrvablf exeitemeut ww rreated
fivtenUv «ftt>rn«N»u on the Ycflet Uaiy
eoraer h* th»* effort* of a poUfeiaaa to «r
mi a «mnkea man. Iln fought de»-
Sllelyand Mt iinUt the «>fßeer reeeived
could the m*u be mantered
*a« then thrown into «a ex|»fc«a a axon
aad hauled to the jail with the ofßeera ;
Mint him tlown.
rKKiDNAL.
Mr II K, llattin. of Pnrtlaitd. la to the
«*
Mr T.»' Van Eptw of Ol.vrapta, la in (he
Xr Krereft and bride arrived in :
la*t evenius
Ht»e i««hM - ave on the Idaho
Matrix to A lank a.
Mra Itr Weed will leave by the Mexico j
Mftrfew ter San Fkmtiebco to retna.n a
fnr
Mr J**m- W thsHTTi', who ha* bean apeud
iag a>wt tln«* (» orvicui. ha* retamed
wi
Jeha Iht Tterre ha* are» |*te«l a |oalti«i
latka aSca of th»* Jk I*otl mill
««t muy
Xt (<e>sr«e R Klttlncvr and family will
«w«t>y tt>e han-lm»mr INaat hi44«ara cor
aer rillh »ud « oiumhia.
Allen Walr. e«litor of the
JJd ooc of ihe leading eitmm of rort
lilMtii -a in the c»ty
llr. i. J. Pvm{ and familv by the
Jw«»r tNMfrow f>»r < aiiforrila, a hen*
lo ivnide in the futurv.
h, m 4 Mm. A.J. A nderaoa an*t daush
wf, who have been vi»Hiti« in th*» ettv, left
ft»r their h->rao in Walla Walla
Mr Thnmai Wt hband family, of \«»rth
"•ytir. l««ft f«»r H<hnl'» ( anal,
to be abaaut atioat tlx weeka
Hiw Yluai,' \| lAtimerand Miw I'arrie
* Lake left evening f,»r a vUit to
rf* «t TriUat llarbor. San Juan
alaatf
Cateaei tnd Jlr*. L s. lloartett. of Nortl
Tatl»a> Me in the riiy The l olonelre
f** thai N«trth Vaktma «« unnstia'iy
rw t* ll >*t» and that the Nk>Rl i* evidently
in ihat dlreeti«wi
thadelesates fr%»m Orvirm In at
w*W»e« aattn th«*iiran«i A. (V t*.
w.aw Hr it Hur«h. edikEMro< the Jtafr*-
Mr A J Marshal, of Portland
? J Mackt v, of Southern »>eea*»n and
af the IWtioad >Vaa.
2JJT] frotlemrn t«: 1 the Po*T Imt tLIJ
ft ODuneM*n , all yesterday
Sarah v Van Allen a»*terof Eben
a<N «tnpanivd by Haaar»
M*a>e Kii*wi»rih. coaaiM of
trn l »* Sattlv sa?nr>i*>
SfifL' 11 lVnn > :ka » V 'W * Mr*
remain in battle ab*>ut a
•JjwLiria! tin $ her broiher aud hta family,
make a trt|» to California,
ail rvrurn ea*t t«»4rt ther
l* x y ha* retaraa! from bla
iMavnU l , Kentucky. where be
enufkir of month*. He enjoyed
jjouf aifh hi* rviat; v •--* and old frkn«la»
% Jk»? weather j»rv**cd t«*» mm h for
fce wa> tak« k u ill. \« »*>*■« a* be
*•«»t to Travel. i»*» a»**t. and be
tha* hvrv*ti rhe «ill b*.' ja""-
to O'tnaiu on ht|ei
ij-* 1, 1- y iii:lh.ex 'ws r> ar* of Wa-h
--2*W vemurr\ ac e=*»Mi>au»ot ht* wife.
_«tfev *»,>. ;.J i*a! \| -j; th ;« an
gggttthMira >1 l \ o V W and
tfaa .jF ,lr * r "* h y •'•" tr 'vU for the
/ r,^ t l maaier workman Twelve
lfr Smith rra»>ve«t from the
with hta faat:iy to litoi Rim.
they have »lnee rwMwi
*t a3\a^ ,|rnmct :* •' The erand
* will apend a few da>*
n tKvmnia. before re
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ft»Tw? i n on
»i» t™?^ 0 "-K 'K>«n .v. McDoetM. <*
W J*£ r - ' 1;y • NnUjftw< «u<i trtHtf
J*?Z I ?®* Hat'.ws rtvff «m tha*
Sff™* tlln ( v MTtli) k ia
Terry**? r*>t+rly *U**i JW
w,,:i * !ti ' •'«* hnuwh h*«-
sC* r Vr" t! > ' - r»-i- »»
««■:« s .. •
* rvcr - boiM «">»»««»*
• ffiEU . y,,r - ihe ontrset ivt
f Bert' -!■ ■ :-**n. h frvun
•■vvr. i4l»m! tu mils*.
mk wt ia. ru »n»t era
"I I It-srcr
m. >!.,i.r .:*«•»* c.*nl» To
WJ»C <
LOCAL MISCELLANY.
• aanst on int. m
iium nnusßt.
ffcbf *■«•■« n lakr Rey*rU Um
t»T«r Um r-Tim»<ia »|
»W OrafMf Cnlmk UMy to k<
•♦***#4Matter..
' fTakfeaaa a clerk at
t'tarle* rwi'i <bmr. mmurtmtttS f eater
<UT <m fiie tkmrf as rm>mi'.ag f B o«.
*«|»i«Tee. aertred la
reattle fr>»« < o4*owto a sri Met tiaa# m?-> *=* i
*nt W »rt l*»r Mr rwe-i. Jm » >} _
lwwt !ttn*4.»:t f tSaervafter rtnrtwce% i
am*y sm- Ktftnabie. M Mr rrwh i u
«wMe t-aei t<w awner *» astlow.
> e.t.jrfa7 a a 4? rwnaser »-<!Se: Mr
Mi<r b«*t -*Tl*r!»'l KMr-it.-
Inuufrrrtra 13 ftoos ttve till to al» « a
pre-ket. »»! a {ear atintte, lalve *t.xa-»
ejwtMjfcrr si-v a «;a>:.ar r*-poet. T*e
y-on* m«r. <l. !«m a-r.>«eHl ill] w mj
!Jie4 »>.,'» f».<ra.ag ia Jamrirr aodprWra
j ewßt. Mr Pnueli ibiak. be haa kM be
tarawa Siea as 4 AW, aa4 eayi tie rabu
rnrnnt «w aUott Jr. .hort Wj suu~U.
alone V*-«e-Uv in a da* a! !b«
kKw*. bat tbe eauij footed up «HiakdaraMr
rn .ee tfcac *.*« U>t Mataniar iiiaSit. ah-efr
»»<a« ru4 ofa man -las EiSmnte- ban
the apnraraaie ot ratbara b*«b dfar.aad
'be erMeeea acainac aim ia preftf
THK UkT?ID J<M LEE.
Tha KUpnte Over It* I'mthlh
I.lkel t la be Hettled.
** What kind of a trip did yoa Ha*c * "
•aid a reporter > *t. i ila? to Mr. Paal H
Mob*, ehief *i.«inmrr o( the Seattle, lak
»b®T» and Ka.'ent. ml to had jo»* returned
Ir *ta a toar of i»«peetl/m »•*« of tbe mono
lain.
" Oh. rather an aaeventfal our. Mr J
A W Keltb. tlw »al*i.Dt earfoeer. ao*l
left Seattle Jan.- » oa Use train
We left the railroad at <il!man and trarelJd
front there b* r<**baek I ita*l inteaded at
8m« to to Mi'.j to the •anuait >,1 1?,* m-etn
tain* aad return the ami mmy. !*n! when
I im them I hear*! that Im
soarakaa r». irt* r «rtt
Ifad |t«» Ifl'fl tha 11rand eotiiee. and a* It
wa* only LV mile, fur her on I euaeladvt
U> co na. Von lb,- Korthero I'aejSr «ar
teyed a Une through the I oale* mnn than
a year aco. and *• ran a Hoe throtutft
ahont .!» to*.nth. later. \>»,ut a month
Iftn »e pat a Umv of taen in thee.* to grade
tlw road Antrim a* the V .rthem I»ael8<-
peopt.- heard that »e were ebitaio'd there
they threw la a tnrrr of men. They bare
ao other men at anrk ia that vlelni*y,
ahlte we am halMiar oar r*«d there, and
ha\ lag . .FMtru* ted it up to tbe ruttlee pro
powt to g.l tbrnagb. The Northern i'»<-l«e,
fin know, haa organized whal i. railed tha
< eatra) Waablngtou Kaiin.au
Tfct* ni»l la from Cheney to the
Btg Bend <«n»ntr», hnt th. ooi< work that
haa been dftoe ia In the '.rand i on tee with
la the tmat pontile of week* CM tinnt
that U .Imply being done to obtain
I im—ink or tat ran.
"tkell, I found both fon-e. working whet)
1 got there. Them bad been no conflict*
betwuen th.- men. a* reported. We . ontrol
the eroaeing. but there It n. m enoayh for
both In ta.'t we am about making an
arnica Mr adjustment of the miner, 1
think, with the Northern I'ariflr, aad on
that arrottnt. I ibio't ram to *«y very
maeh at..nt It. I think the trouble will be
arranged within a «hort time and l.*tb
Hue* will proiiablr be built through the
nuke."
"How la the work progmnng emit of the
mountain*"
• ri|ielv Alamt forty Are mile* of the
n «*i wrat of i* u.-ariy r**mbieted
and the w-.rk h la-i.tg |.mhr.| a. rapid:r a.
poadble "
pmwiafr
A i'ASE.
The Libel Halt Agalaat the Mteam
ahlp Idaho la C'oart.
The Julv term of the supreme court will
open at olympia next Mcoday Chief Jua
tire Jone* and aeveral member* of the bar
will go up Sunday afternoon With the
exception of taro caaea frnaa thia district,
the * an«r» to be tried are principally from
Judge Lang ford'<* diatriet I*n«r «-aaea #m m
thia dlatrtet are the libel auita a»ratn»t the
■hip Blue Jacket and the *feamaMp Idako.
ft will be rememtiered that the Blue Jacket
wa* 111** led for abotit 913.000 damage* a!
leged to have been rawed the tux Tacoma
In acolilai<m with the ahtp.
t»* raam a IOANO .«*« txax
!a quite familiar to the paHblle. It will be
remembered that E. A. Gardner, when In
apeeuv of rustoma. learne«l that a iarge
«iuantitv «»f opium ha-l been place*! aboard
the ahip at Victoria, while *he en
route to VUvtika Mr Gardner parted in
(»nr«uit with a revenue eutter ati«S over
muled the aftfp at 4'aptain *'arroh'a fl*h
cry tn Alaska. The veaa«d was arched
and atamt. worth of ♦ piam aa«
found in harreU The opium wax t >»n
hacated aad th< vcaacl libeled She wo
appra).«ed at fwtt,>)oo and latcanecl, petrdiux
the re*nlt *»f the i-aae, on bonda furnished
by < aju P J, Iturto*. ftad E Sander and
others, the l«»udamen beina ladcmnlfled
from bwa bv the Pacific < <»a*t
Cwapany, the owners of the veael In
the eonrt below the caae wa»
liXl IDID AOAiaaT THX VISIKL
Judge tireene rendering a judgment that
will u- remembered for its comprehensive
aud facetious character The Paelflc iitaat
steamship Company app«*al«»d theeaac and
It la the first on that alendar of the au
preme court next week There *** ma to
be some mlsutider*landing isnaotjiix the
Mabtlify of the vaaael. If the of
the lower ctmrt is upheld, the ship nee*!
Nat be sold to coaer the ja«(gment. but the
ateam-diip c*>mt»any will ta» iraafionatblc.
rATIXK SHIITINti.
The ICnormoua shrinkage t anscd by
a Kallroad 4ourney.
Mr. Alev. Whltson, of KUensburg, who
has been engaged In supplying the Seatt'e
market with fat *>eef f*»r a number of years,
arrived from acrona the monntaln* with a
couple of enrloada of fat »tt*en on Monday
When a«ked by a rei»orter whether it waa
cheaper to ship eatt*e than to dftve them
to market. Mr Wwitson *aid ,4 I have
tried both wav*,and 1 have about concluded
that It la cheaper to drive thao t«> ship. 1'
«-»v*is K»l ja*r car from EUenshtarg to Seattle,
and th* shrinkage s* fmm aa great *m the
railroad a* on the drive Five rattle that 1
have juat broiicbt over in the cam shruuk
I*o nonndw ea< t>, and I am coortdent that
cattie can I«e driven throngh the Snoqnal
mie with lc-»* shrinkage than that. Per
t>a|*M w hen the Seattle. i4ke Shore «fc Ka«t
ern i* couiplet%sl. we may be able to get
better rates and quicker sen ice Wh*-u
that time eomea i »ui eommenca shipping
ava'n. but until theu I will tak» my
chance* *>n the c»<"»l old wav of driving
aer>>«s the mountains. At this seas.«n of
the y»»ar the r«>ad« are food, and st*»ck can
tetter aCaud the fatigue of the journey
than they can the star\atiou of the rail
road ride "
A m i Ll VB f VSF..
A WIUfH In Awothrr'a l»roinp»-
Irarf Hlwarlf laaaaa.
Chark»* A Brw-kawar. wbo b now await
ill* trial for InaanitT, I* a Wllnra. in a ran#
In which fr >t>a(r Jndw K«M«; l» in
t»r*-»tr*l and * ou*r«|iicnti> tt* lanrr baa
dt-rided that h.' ran not wrll tnr Krockawaj
and has l»»ncl a >»ntw for agiirr to ait lu
tho ca»e wbi<-h will |«"hahl# !*■ dlaj«wl
of todav Br\»-kawa> waa a wilnwa to thr
will of 'l.urinda tnvnb>®. dfrt«<l Thl"
witlianow Sfin* rontcalnl in the dvatri. t
wnrt on the cronud that thr «a>
t•,>{ fa her right mind when »b« aiiriMpd (V
Hno Vawa*. who witn*»»«l her alanamiv.
lathe n<Hl important wit:i»~> for the ron
teatanta and ha« alwaia maintained that
ahe waa not OLl—patent lo aiakr the wiii
KiXbenter i» the eomwl for th--hetra of
the will and i» Krarkavajr t« adjadeed 1«-
aane. the > a»'for the i wi. he
i>r«. ti. aitj at an end. a« the c- *ota»t waa IB
atiiuted prlui lp»l!» o« the .trenfth of hia
IfaUnuitiy The eatale la worth aS/tit w.
000 At inv.eu! there af-peara t-> !>e a *erj
p<> r f.ir llnvlaaar'a reeoTerr
lie raiea terrlMj and hia rea» m ae. n»a to
he entireiy rinhron.il lloweier. the
MBipiem. war i» usmratvtf In hra.a fe
«er. friwn whh h he la aai i to he Mtffentw
tin BJJ *» ,,N BUBO<
All ll»i..l» rr«-|'»rl»« for %rll*»
tl«>rk Till*
T Mv, r» h*» * l*r?e h>rr* M men at
*•«. » hi* Btv c+niktry *> Wort
Vl hen it will N* thf laryvwt
t>*i km*« u tl 1 The
«*luw n *c«*«»n «*n rfce Smn<! in
abo«t the mkfcU* ttf kn*x*t *ml eoatiaae*
luonthfti All ?h<» t inm-f* ire
ttrx-Mnui for M •di** 1 •*#*»«*»«**.
**( the !a4U»« din w *** m rleb fcjr
v«*t, h** tw*ti ••td *** ft*?
TItK r**** TO WE r*l»
fhf n ".iwi t' *
v««r k **• fc"Uiw omiVM
prM-e M|> to W *a4 U for
ftjtlmoH ffr>W» f" l*** ?<*•* *®**
rauinnt (r»uu <»«» K> ®vr rr»" p*f » n "
M<« tlx >!*'' ' «*««•» ' h «" r
.-. m t«i «6« < »iw»W» ™*
>.*r thr |.rl«i ha« t»w" m«!S'»!tw"a *> "
l>, f Will Iw
rtvt - 4\>snn <» <**"" »*
.in the tin ye»t. «w •«
■• M»X:!tov oo« M«» - ' ■»••- >•>»• »«
t!-.- too! "f llif «>••• • »-> J
alt 1,. TW ft**** f**™* J P
•tnH*. Ia»« f»l' w»»*a «
II . u-.t Bntikr!' tb*« «• r«{>t«in » .'j
in ... J»cx!fc» nrtnri la.« th
wither «'-» •« "*» h
ftv.ra >.•» «K- l« tbf
n.nßi.m-**. <■**■**
*t mUten i ' ««*' ttofk* ap t»e «o»e
»h. r i «»» •«•'' Lb * * *A
".ni« 4 .. I k_ A V *.kb U r
Wraith * Son."» tw" > tryr< « c -
Clildrti trj Iw fMUf C*st«i<
THE KLSHERnw.
Me* Ka t.at* la
Tfcetelegrwjwir eoSsswof tSwPaw i,.
ituisivn yenteetUy r- etaJaed rhw aa
twwawCTmrt that ejt-Ma?r* KajMatsa
*a«»es ft. Baa!, of Mtmrewur, MM. Sefi
, that eity ToMrfajr ra hmi« :o Oeaafo to
Vx>A oTer the regardiaj baii'oci
Sahrag: If tli>e!r in T arvr'-*. ia
lafar-fciry, a* Uwry 4oakti«w wifi. wtß
m*ga«* egtecaliely in rjse de» eVmarat «f
the fishery ftHertat* *t the i'w: #*. s„nji.
w«t TVeae arf :»d%rtrd to
*—» o«t by • ajrfato ScAaaws Jam4a. who
mreatlr *everai arii«o»«!r. out
irrrm iv| ha* beee reaiarkaMy
!a hi* ar
rttfal. Mr. ta a t*> .mi»ens tea
petaami a* the fma the
Ko*<ae »mi« of Jss» » win exvlatß.
fs> EX MATOfi tOtiWHI.
us .«**. oa rat Tg*rt*A*rg * ir«i ui
■mi to uror a itmtriy.
A mn>ttiße»tary 4 ! .asmr ia so he giiea
to el Mays* fw id I Xobsvuac. of <.V«
by mpmaetttatfre* of tike variou*
tetaperaot-e nrtl-i alMta of the Kate. ar*t
aaardai aaa win be atk by tike
f-* rrw'.ag romeat* adrrtre
fiewTOJt. Jstar », i*r
'I- -a r«»M I. Kokiwrai. tHm*mttr,
M«w.- Dear «ir- "Jhe oadeeatgraed. reaee
wntftut wrera' of the ieadia? tvnperaitc.-
orgaui mli*.n. of Maa*ar-hu«-tt«. beSeriag
that the aohle lUifi taken by y«*a fa mfrnv
lug to *i«a the heßamw lor the IM of Ui
tosl-anng Uqaam gmated by the board of
aSderwsen. while major of the rft*. la aa
e*rwp«Mwaj uMaa*e of Sdeiity to prrarrp*e
abem r#.a*trjnt roodeiaa. a* ar*ac
what the la* '.«niaa;ol*. aad lor the «na
- and f.-arv*. artit-.t.- takea by youraeif in
rwsgn.'ag the oflt-e of major rather thaa
gire your »pt"v!«ik.i to aa eaU. merit, a
public fer.vna>oo. we therefore teader
roa a coMpameutatii banr,net. to be girea
ia yoair boaor. at Weaieyaa HaXi. So &
«r*>m»eid utreet, aa wonlay. Jaoe 39. *•
' M F»- Aatictpeting the pieanim of
your aeeeatance. we rah unit you that
tf.r InrwUuf temperance thr .ih -if the
"■■■•nJtli will gladiy >*ln in cms
men-lati**!: of the eouragenoa .land takes
by yrnj in refa.iug to g:vr any uu- -v™ to
the unholy traffir la iutottea'ißg bever-
M" VefT truly your.,
D t M.i laatt*. Wp. tiona of Temper
aaca.
Bg<<jtaix R. fgagu. wT. T-apkof
Boaor
A A. Mi*g«. Pnatdent ManacbuaetwT-ta
prratx--.- Aliianee,
Ebuaa W WatTraaocx t;. T. LO.li T
Rrrr* s Kai -rr, Preaident Va..« .iu*rrii.
Total Abatineuee Soeiety
Mim Euxaagra n T mgr. I'real dent W. i .
T. I',
Daaici. Doal Krirrra Prraiiient .National
taagur
t.UH r**rg«. Ma**. June X. I***.
To li. I Marinae*. ti W. p., St-n* of
Trmpwranrt and iither- kespearttd
Priend* lam in receipt of vour comma
ni. ati.in of June JS. fetxleri'tig to me a
i-omplimentary bun (net to be gives at
Weateyau hall. Ko»wn. faturday, June a.
at 2 o i'lik kP. M. A* your r.,rninutil- a
Hon Mate* that thi* i* In reeogaifi*i«i of the
utaad liken by myaelf a.« a rity oßk-iai -ia
mfu.iii* to gire any Mnrtion tolhe unbo!.
traffic In itibiaicauog brvrrajfa, ' I g'.ad!v
«cce|d. not on account of the periaxial
uieaaurc which it will give me (although
thi* would be a mlßi'lrnt rawooS. but be
rauw it reveal* to me the fart that any one
wbo.tand. for a moral principle will have
not only the commendation but the earnr.;
aud faithful .upport of thn«e who am !at
iliac manfully for the right. It give* me
pirwttre to know that the temperance
rau.«e I* gaining ground, and that, la the
name of <*<» l and hamanity, we are mari-b
--iutf on to virtory. Allow me again to
thank yon for thi. aueipoeted fttcog.-ittiou.
I have the bouor to be totira. ver>- re
spectfully, Dartti I. Bo»3>«'.!<.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Deeda Filed far Keeord at tha Audi
tiar'a OSce.
The record of deeda filed daily at the
auditor a ofßcv ahowa a atronc feeling tn
real estate circles, without anything ap
proaching wildcat apeculation Tnee
♦lay 32 instruments were filed, of which 32
were deeds, aggregating 925.0 ft* M, au
average of 97*1 33 each. Following is the
Uat
-A. Pipher to Violetta Johnson, all of
block 7, motor line addition. 91440
A. Pipher to Jeft Myers, ail 1 of block a,
motor line addition, 91 tU)
J. W. Edward* to William M Pier*s»n.
lota I. i aud X block 2, Pleasant Ridge ad
ditian, 9V<O
(' t'. Calkins to Angus MclnUwh. N. of
HE. S of SO. % of Sac. 29, Tp. J» N , K. I t,
William E. to Ikmald H.
lnt4Mh, bH *. bloc k to, Mercer's aecood ad
tlirlt»n,
J 11. Kenir>torflr to Ai'&m ( anuou. lots
20. .1. 22 and 23, block ». J. H. liengstorff s
atldiUon. ib'sj
Oliver* Wharton to Louis tovelock. W
of N'E : and X. 1 2 of \W. ? 2 of See. XT,
ty x , ft. \ e., tiotio
l>avid T. Ik*jinv to Annie G. Smart, lots
I 2, »,a. 7 and Wock B. Xob Hill ad
dltion. fjagk
Harry I> French to John W. iv M«at. 4 1 -
acrva fn lot 4, Sec. h. Tp. '£> X.. R. »E *
!44*J 34
Puget Sound « hautanqua to
K. P ha.'iiels. lot I. block 11, Chautan-iua
lieach, 9^»
A. B Llewellyn ?*» w Tiiaon Wright, bvt
10. W*k 19, and lot Id, block 21, Madisou
►trert addition. 99^0.
I'ulted State* lo Elixabeth K<*as, K. '.of
NW • aad SW. l i of XW ' 4 of >ec la. H
Jf N R.? F... tm
C uitcd States to Edwin K. Croabv. NE.
of Sec 10. Tp. 3> X . K 7 E , |4«*>
f nited t > Edward Cairns, W. ">of
NW ' . thcNE '.of NW. and the XW.
• 4 of XE. ! « ..f |4, Tp. as X. K 7F .
WO.
Edwin K Croaby to Amos l otting, XE
of -HV 10. Tp. J6 .V, H 7 E . tloW>
Elixabrfh R«»sm to Amos Ci>tting, E. 1 • of
XW. * 4 . and the SW «. of NW '.of see.
10.1 p. JftX R. 7 E..97.*i
Edward Cairns to \:m« Cotttng. W '.of
XW v the XE. % of XV* lthrXW
of the XF * 4 of Sec 14, Tp. 3S X,R. 7 F«..
11CUU.
C. C. calkina to K Jonea, E ' s *»fs\\
J 4 of SE. *4 of -ec. 2. Tp. 2$ N . R. IE. aud
lot See .4. Tp. 24 N.R. 4 E-. |JT<»
T Hinckley t«. 1> T l»enny, fractional
block A. H atwl C. of Hi nek ley't supple
mental plat to Hincklt) s addition, ft
A A Kopf to .Aiaaei 1.. Craw ford, lota 2.
.* and 4, Se» ®. and K»ts 1 and 2. Sec SI,
Tp J*. N. K > f . 9AWO
<* P. Ijacev to I u Ballar>l. N. % of lot
S, block jo, Kidd's addition. |7«> , »
A A Xiekeraan to tie.»nje Boyuton. lot
13, Mart . R*«»s second additikm. 9380.
Puget Sound Chautauqua AssemMy to A
K llanfoni. U<s I and Moek 12,t hautau
qua beach, no e»«»ideration named.
Lvaander and Albert F saittn t«> Edw in
II kout, Caere In Russell dotmtioti claim,
tm
lieorgv W Forrester to L. * Ballanl. lot
4, biiekn, BaUard'* first addition to the
town of Slaughter. 927-x
SoaaC Chautau.jua Asaembly to R.
vS lireene. lot 17, bWi 12, Chantauqoa
r*»aeh. ri a
Puget Sound Chautauqua mbly to J.
H Mritraw. W»t I, bl*»ck 13, Chahtaut|Ua
beach. 92f».
A S M-»ore to M 1* Baer. N * t of «>:* *
and 7. hawk •'*. MeNaught % addition. IlluO
Fraak Btevensr»n t*> Jeaa>e I Freed, lota 7
and *, bli'ek j aad lot 2. block Cs Er.um
claw. 9*2. >0
M L Haer to Fraak Burns. Jr. X of
lots 14 and 7, htock J. HcXaught'a additum.
9 law
Henrv S Francis to WilHam Butler. Jr..
SE .U. Tp X R E rsw
Wui.am Butler, Jr. to Sarah SE
of See- to. Tp 28 XR .s E . 9«o.
Only twenty deeds were tied for
yesiarday. b«c the sgxrecate of the eon
«iteration* wa* 997j*1. au average of
I 4* 4 ' tft raeh. Th re were three e«pe^-tally
notable transfer*, as will be notified from
the list which follows
Jacob Forth to John L«mry. low 5 and *.
block 11. « l* B«»ren and A A IVnny s
flat K.?* and .t. tAwk Terry *a tr*t ad
dition. lota 7. s and ?. 4. heir* of
\ Hal! • tnt additior. WI. Sv l.
and ;»*?•» t and <. and the W *», of the sK
and the XE. * of the % «-f Si 2,
Tp. .'•> X K 4 F... »i' iM 4
Je«wc J I Mpuaa to Emily F Thompson,
lot* a:»l V W. Boreo A Ivnay »ad
dltion. r^LtS»
Emi < F Thompson to John Leary. W«
>and "N »4**k lv. B.»r-n A l*enny * aMi
thm. 14. .«e.
j \v Ft wards to Charles F Whatleeey.
tract 12 »*f Soonyaide tS>e-acr % 94fl£>
% Itpher I. k Jam*'* ftff, i«*t* *l. -2. 17.
I* and I* httrh 4. txu**x ime addmou.
Ml . , v
<;«org<» Kellv to Albert W k>liar, ihi >
ami lv. M.i-k rr. I' T tvnnj a park fctd.
ISoU, t «. v S>
Imvid T. Denny to John tlow, fat 4. bkwk
t>. North Seattle. H«'
Lonrita tfottsoo to James « ScOl, kits «
and S b«v>t !•», * row a ad4iti«>a. t'Xai
• A i* ' It* l '• •HI
tr. T. Bvttt < <*paa<. '.a:i am ' a a:np
100 t m width arro~* frae«<.!;i«t hhw a K
t jii.xi t ity. »!
Johu H S«ißitrl*'Kmiij I lwamp»i*.
lot) 1 aiut «. tine. A A lartiu. ■ ».s-i
tion. (&T A . , .. . ,
'ante. K ravtil U> F V ti»e x >,
•-! . --le-K of the a. ! : t
Nf. ..f the SW ', of fcr », Tf *N . n
- V j\xi
tiuwwral lla.keli to KraaklSa J-«*»
Sol l, Tf * K■ E ***>
* I laniard !■> Frauiiia <1 ~
' of N> Md'tr t •,«< t» >* «»*
.a. T> »V.R- " » *♦*> „ „ ,
t Jt Urwellta la» SiiUMB * Header
a tt. »o*a « and Ma-.-k "a.ta.c atrvrt
) H i;ea*»t"srtr to Mary 1. Haffraaa. kM
Itaatf rv W*k 2. J u ' *-
dlttaM4.l«» _ .. .
tteirwa k. K.»e« *• rrarki.R M j>s.e*.
SK ..Of V: If- i S Ik •
I it ktmiMloll * wSrrhrr. Hltti
Ik. IS ami i«- bioek t l*bi**y f
>4 W",e M H.»a ;«w»«o (t * TiaA'W.
ioeat. a.^4*. rv.
hiaaek C. l ake t_tf« aAtilk-u.
tk.Uiata M ff-nOeraon K r* f*
kjte « a»! SS. hhwk la. aiiW «
dttWtt. MO . _ a-,-
M 1- Baer to John Lewr« *<* J u J
KaroOa> Homeatewl aaWrnoß.
f? A --SSic? . , r *•- P -* < t r '_-■; -» . . sffe - rr• - •'" rv'Vs '-
' "•'*•' • - ••- • ••" > • '"' " ' '• >• v -"* I - '
THE SEATTLE POST-fKTELLIGEXCfcg. IHUBSDAY, JULY 12, 1888 L
A ROW IN COURT.
► ___
us trnmm
r. & tin nana.
' TW Latter Otargnl WIS* RJ4k«l
f»C •ntnmtmlatlhtCMft.M
Deaie* tW Irrw—tli a
-Tlwi Trial T*-4ajr.
; Ab©« fca>f-pw*t srrea a'darfc imK even
i tariff T. H < aaa wa* tdttur W*fc **«
. frsea<t» rs« V«VT-L(*TT wraer when
CaaaMbie lltorafcm him oalfcr
shoaMer and "Excise ae for rater
yoa. &b* I was* y«a, Mr Cana. I've
heea itching so yet roc into m? ehstefecs
♦or time best tfab U the CM owkw
tuuin ! hare fcaSL f have a wturraat W
ftftr arrest I hop# too ail* eo»e along
qafctif," A&4 HH»ra?«o rs^Hb. : f
ieatxr*"* aad tun «*'Oateaaar« <.c
»to a ►•■crad wai*.
TS* 4"3ittiS KCtCr
"ir» all HifK I hot |«e mad
r 4» neftoi Mr. Caaa. The r«j.
•Table «ad mad the 4Uku&M
»?t>h rfearg?d Mr. Caot wttfe contempt of
court, and *T|Sn it f»f Tuiiii ilinliilm
"All t* gfet. Sstfa fii." 1 safcft
"tasae along tojv* to M& H. SPifit
and > * Ra«ta. "Yaaaptsrar for m* and
«ee fa-* tfiri iif h *
•'I *hßLt yoar rater*; fa liM »tmioa
tl «a<ira«y».' re?oiJ»cd Ktfls *'Sy*
*<>»« ow of equally ec»d landing to to
y«f iwbK'
Tito pracaasioa then t«*»k up a liar of
march to *uderfcerg » o®ce. Mr.
* a/»rs # frieads la the meantime casually
ian>* ift* oat nrh wtraia?* to CsMtafcle
Thornton u. -Well, if I an officer I
f»»M never aitemf* to take that man itx
without putting the Irrms on him." "Take
that eane away from feim. Thortrto*. He »
* ted man and y«a mn t teli what kind »»f
* break h* wis make. '
15 TBi rtctr.
J Kir* Sorikrfeery fwwirH the ptfy with
* Ot»M faw* and a dfi'.-nftiaH demeanor.
He seated hirsseif behind hi# desk and
Judge ( «qb and nis Mend* took seat*
wtrhia the rail. Oiuei reisroed for a mo
ment while Mr Ra»ia rt*4 thr wamutf.
Tftra the hA»«lag n>c\«*r««ti"u
l—tiMHw does yoor honor vhh to
mi 16»* h«fariaa o< tUfa* case
r i nr—Sow.
Kanin-WfU, your bonr»r f Mr. Mc<J?aw
an S I know rwrtbia* about this raw and
wosld Rot like So try it aov. e*perial>7 as
the defendant tell# *** that a very import
aat witnem 1% m>t prcaeot. Won't you pot
it over until r>«u>m»w"
,«oderberif— I would be inrlined to do to
if the defendant had not iaiti?be«3 in nj
facr when he wm trying a ca*e me
and u*» *j thr» nt» asrai n*t cae.
t'aon—! bar y«ur pardcti, I did nothing
of the kind, an'l If y«>u WIT I did
Ra«in—H l-afa. don't «ar 9ov,
yoor hoaur, all men U>»e their t*xnt>er at
time#, and If Mr. Cans bac been |«fit]r of
< ontempt In thi» court he <ie#erre* to be
punUhed.
.■^nierbersf—Well. y<>n ran lake an h«mr.
and ycm «Hurht to «et yomr «Itne«w hen- and
be ready for trial at that time. Now. I
don't want to punish Mr. Cann for the>ak«*
«>f f*>.in>hin«&iu lonlr want and raa*;
have proteetioo in raj eoart. This man
threatened me and
Cans—l did not 4o any thiiur of the kind,
Yoo fwt exeiteti and rauM have imasurwd
It. 1 think anyone who was present will
*wear to what ! say.
fcaderberjp—Y«m k>»t vow Temfier and
probabU cannot rememoer what you said
«w did: but you used threats agaicst me
just the *ame.
Ka^in—Now. your honor. I mu*t aftk that
you gire us time enoarh to get our wit
ne Ms. We are a* aaxioos to hare the
matter <li*ptwr<l of a* you are.
< aan—All the time I want li sufficient
to fo up home and tell the folks that I
have beeu sent to jail and not to worry
about my absence.
ruderber*— Well. I dou't want to be hard
w will 11 o'clock tomorrow rait you, Mr.
Kasin'
H*in—That will do n*.
.Njderbcn?—The caae will then be cou
tiuued until that hour.
THOaJITO*"* ST ATM* XT
C onstable Thornton wraed to know but
littie of the matter, lie «aid to a reporter
"They were tryinir that woman Nellie Wal
lace, who < reared such an uproar on Third
street the other nljcht, Jadg? < ann appvar
ini( a« coumx-l f.ir the woman, i was sit
ting in the room reading a paper and was
not paying any attention to what was
tC'Htug on. wheu suddenly Soderben? yelle*!
at me. *Tske that man in charge ' fie ad
dressed tae as he would a dew and I reahed.
with more or less force. *1 won't «V» it.
t ann th.»n left the court room and Soder
bef* hastily wrote out a warrant for him
and ordered me to serve it, which, of
course. I did.
•n'Dcr.Bf r... s sti>t.
Justice ®*vl»rt»eru: said* "l aun fot ma*i
liecatise I would u*>t ac<iuit that woman
Nellie Wallace who male so rnnch noise
on Third street the other nlffht. I thought
•be deserved p':ui«hmeut and flnetl her $lO.
< sun was very wrathv end threatened me
ten or fifteen times. He at me
and said he wonld »e# rae outside of the
court aud settle with me when I could not
punish him f»>r of court, and
warned roe that 1 might make any prepara
tioos I fbo«(V 1 «»rdere«t Thornton to arre«t
him. for T must have proteetion, and w hen
he refused, issued a warrant for Cann'a ar
rest."
Judge t ann denies that housed threat
ening Un*u**» or gave Soderberg any
f«;»r ordering hi* arrest. The case wio
doabtim attract considerable interest in
court this morning.
m
THE I'SIT?I>*WOKKMEX.
Oprnioß of thf 4>rjin«] A. O.
I . W. in thle City
Thlniraiid I,odj{e. Aneieat « >rder of I'ni
ted Workmen.heid i?« ftr*? Marino In Pyth
Isn hall yesterday The fnUowimr officer*
were present Pa«i Urtu*! Master Work
man George H Harris. of Eugene City, Or
e«on: Grand Mvter Wurkmta (>«or|t F.
Ka**ell. of Oakland. Or.; Grand Foreman
E/ra I„ -mith, of Hood Rlrer. »»rw»t!;
Grand merger halt. of roll**;
vima<i J. T. Hrown.of i)!y»nj.:i!
Grand K. I. hurharn. of Portland;
V'tiutf Grand i.nide T Wnkey, of
G«rdo«r,OfCfM>; «»raud Inaide Watchman
tieorge W Piumlcy, of Rak<*r »"*ily, Oregon
• .ran i <mt*ide Wavhman « K of
Portland. Onod Trartee* tieorge H Dv
4 Portland \\ J l"ym«lv of Ja«*k
««»u vllle and Wm. \naatroug of Sahm, <»r
i Supreme Rcfimatatfvei t» T.
Wheeler of Seattle and i>. L. Greene af >a
letn . Medical Director James Bnrwne. of
Portland.
THK ntflmw or***t>
!u rwnlar f.irtn. and the committee ou
credentials reported the delegate* as pub
lished ye*terdav morning entitled T
In the grand lodge
wef»l amt -.idmenta to the constitution,
which were tvr» «r"> ««*d at the !a*t iMtwion.
wcr*- promptly defeated. with one latr.i*
and unimportant eufptkjo.
The hoar* of thf MNkw were fixed at
from 9to U and from Ito 5. The decision
of the grand master workman waa affirmed
that* certificate eonld only be issued to a
ittemhrr or member* < I a brother * famtlr
or «< mt one related to him, or dependent
on him for support
Much interest amoug delegates :« mam
■ Med over thv result of the election of
*rand oflWr* whi< h will take place today.
r HKU»A HM>T\ KKTVA L.
Hbr i« tgain on tk# Ala«kan Koate
Trmporarily.
The steamship Maho arrived from Sau
Francisco early yraterday aaniiif with
«oft ton - of geut-raJ merchandise for Seattle
ami a large number of passenger*. some
w h* m were booked for A : .a»ka- The Idaho
wa* withdrawn fr-.m the Alaska rmife la<t
winter, owing to the e*mdition -vf her boiler
-he *as taken to *an Franetsco. and. after
t«etag overhauled in the dry dork, had a
BT*W b««:ier placed in her When it became
apparent that th»- Annm and FM»t would
n« d be able to accommodate the travel lo
Alaska. the Pacifte c»o! Com
pany put doable craw* «« the Idaho. was
to set her *?at Immediately an<! place her
(%a the route aa a upeeta! tnat. After dia
charging her Seattle frvurht she went an
der the shute* t«» fake fuel, alid will leave
fur liaaka th?« morntnc \ apfaia Wallace
la in rvrnroaad.
A* Elans" Ks *** *t.—% i.vtlx run
away <yfnrwii a? 6 o'ciork % eattftey aft**r
» *l?*. whfrh rr»ult<Hl in rivfhittjr »en
*?u« *haa th«? %ma»hing n» of ?fae rehieJr
mm! Um w mtrMi of the W* It *eeai*
that a horm attached f ■ % flturte bajrey.
while *t*r liajp on ' uimA.j • wharf, he
rn m* frip iUtrvrti at a paaw:a* k*w>m«*iee
aovi ran < t» Fr if, aa4 ttf»
Fr-'nt t-» Mil* street. ia taaiintf th*-
tarr, the *!:inu} fell It w«t oa
its feet acata au<i throach 1 <r*«-
ll «reet, tearing pieces of the fear
r;f«> *:;>• lwtcir> ai<«*.* the The
fr.tiitest*.**! atumai was Ssaiiy brrofbt to a
«tat>4«clll a.> 4 aahit«-fce<i taMM w fca; little
of the *ebleie.
AS t">r;.«.r* **ra Twrr—The arho&aex
A!'» I. Alr-r rearfce*! Seattle jre*tef*iaj
tfr-r aa tm*iw fal Maims exjpMstkm,
mt&u» bee r«{rfaia as 4 two *f her rrrw. m
at tosgth in muxlb*'* Ijm
l ri!«» r* " will do* t-e 3't***! oj» far
ha&lmt &*hi&2 aa4 scanned by a crew «#
fl|«riiwtd 6*bert»ea fnwa ifce AlSas'ie
eoa*L H' Vito® ha* Y*a*J f«*J hi k
fa fcin *a*.ri? r»|*»ratit.n>. a-xi that
when he )mi» h:» vrheioaet* ia thr ftahte*
tra*l« the? «UI fa«V totter IV»?h ij»« Alftt
a&& the Veumt k*t tt»Hr a—tiw #n*S two
**emtor* each of th-if nm, 4«rtCf the
fast few wvdtf.
MSJut *-i.T .^TAt«t&—Jofcu F - late tw
*ahto< V* a at t'urt WatkJe?,
Taenia* a&4 hh*KSi! to toaitie
lair tfeat ©sht for treateaeal. He
*a* lmkr% to PrcTitlWßfr tu»4 the
-•en U»,t| he an 3 mum He ha* aa
u*t? cat is the Wft arm, a»4 •,•«* aa4er
si< arm He t» J» >ear- of are. aad
U» a rofe»%? (uoAtnttttia. *.vi h*« >fc»«
i .aa ba» >uvtw* <4 ha* mwery
H « *u a autcr at Ute- » -■>
CkiUra crj fw PiltHr i Caari*.
Wewtrlrtni w< — t tee -artaia ««ta
Csgary Z
We are o«t oar white woods
CkmUT <."*eary_
We ace. rtom** v&i a3 owrawmmrr r>d*
risester C;«ary_
We are eioarac oar table horns.
Cheafler Cle*r<_
We are cMbjc oen a lot of aa4erwe«r
CMv Oarr
s*. We are rinwJiag out a SoS of ladies'
eettd coiscei hose. « heaver rieary
C-mtiar fisat sair Odd lots af lad,««
half prtc«- Carter Cieary
«"km&s* o«t saie of summersws&»_ Cha»- ?
terCJeary.
sc. 'Jlmimt ant sa->. a fee o€ crinkled
weerweekecs. ■.'Sear iy*
t. hwdac <«t saSe M.mc* hosiery. sa4 ail
ttr s«a*oct af Z&-. a pair, now 3 f>airv Car
'•Or. i hestsr t'kary.
-e. ibrh e*!in.Kirmi sheer lawn hand
k«rUef» kM at o and Toe. u«w Sr. < "h--s
--tcrl'lMQr.
Tahir- iine-os will be on aad
after Wednesday »»«rßing. the 11th. IV
klsrf. gj£agpema«3 <L '■ *l. jyH
Aaythtng we have In fammer foods at
half prtre oa Wednesday nsoraiag.
gooda at cents. Toilt>, HtfHW> i Ca
A great drive in clothing cn Wediaeadav
laia aif ~ the ilth. This a ill fee a clean
sweep. Toklas. Pragmasn A< a jyS
The Minerva Hcandinasiau Society, of
"t-ttt'e, wGI gire a grand ex ursioa to
Macklfeeo on g-a tda? arvt. : jy 11 a
$ pair for fl. We an» closing oat a lot of
lisle thread miaar* ho*e ?»est viuality. Sold
all the season at »c. and fl a pair Cleary.
Lares and r»{*<»Merirf on and after
Wednesday the llth. Takla*. Slngermaa
* to- jpl
Ladles', missrs and children's hose at
leas than auction pri«*es on Wednesday the
llth. Toklaa. Sineenaan it <O.
Oar srmi-auhuai clearing sale starts on
Wedaesday awwaing, the llth. hummer
r«Jods at half the price of cost Tok las,
-ingerman A < 'o. )ys
Summer goods on Wednesday morning,
lawns ami white gmids will be a<rM at
half of what they coat Toklas, singer
man A Ca jyS
Summer acekwear <*o sod after Wednes
day morning, the llth, will be sold at half
of what il is worth. Toklas. Singerman
A Ca »y«
•JSc. We are rawing out a big line of
handsomely embrotdered sheer lawn hand
k- rehiefs, s>*kl all the season at <0 and 75c.
now 3f*c. t heater Cleary.
2 pairs for 50e. A line »»f Misses full fin
ished soiid colored ingrain French hoae.
-old all the «ea*on at ©c a pair, now $
pairs for jOc. Chester Cleary.
"Change of r«a«en*vr rates oa steam
ship iYemler ' The fare on steamship
Prearier hereafter will be 50 cents between
Seattle and Taroma )e2Stf
We will mark down all good* in our
store for the next two days, Monday and
Tuesdav Wednesday we will be ready to
entertain TOU with bargains, the best we
ever offered. Toklas. Singerman A Co.
Exhibition ami auction sale of fine oil
Cintings on Front street J opposite old
undry. next to Y. M. C. A. hall. >ale to
commencoTueaday, July 3. and continue
unlil sold. Per order T. E. Norris A Co.
ju2 6 Geo. E. H'joria. Auctioneer.
Harrington A smith have just received
several carloatls of buggys, phaetons, wag- i
on*, mad carts, etc., and cordially Invite
the public to call at their warehouses and
Inspect their stoek. Anybody desiring to
purchase a fin** bujegy or phaeton will fiad
it to their interest to give them a call. je-TTtf
_
I
CREAM
|AKIMgj
Its superior excellence proven in millions
of home* for more than a quarter of a cen
tury. It f# use*! by the t'nited States Gov
ernment. Kudmsed by the heads of the
Great Universities a* (he Stm*feat, Purest
ami Most Healthful. I>r. Price'* rream
Baking Powder fi«»ea no; contain Ammonia,
Lime or Alnm. i*>M oulv In cans.
PRirE BAKING POWDER CO.
ygw YORK. CHfCAOO. ST. LOCI a.
EXriRSION AND CLAM BAKE.
MEMBERS OF AIXT AND COLTM -j
Ms Lodge* A. O. I'. W.. with their .
families, an* Invited to attend an excursion !
ai S dam-bake .riven in honor of the Grand
A. O. r W. at Alki Point, Friday,
ihe 13th. firiue a well tiled t-asket. Boat
>nve* Vesler'* d«»rk at i o'rloek f> m jyl^tl
FRVE'! OPERI WISE.
Geo. M PRYK Kansgtr
TWO WIGHTS ONLY.
Special engagement of America s Greatest
Romantie Actor. Author and Manager,
Mr. McKee Rankin
Supported by
MISS MABEL BERT
And a uplcsi'ii'l company of *< tor«.
FRlDAY—Joaquin Mi Tier'» (ireat Prmraa.
"THE HEW DA SITES."
SATURDAY —Mr Rankin's latent and j
(ireatc-it ton-^esa.
"11 RUNAWAY WIFE."
n -Mr on sale a! the Seattle
Pharmarr. J*ll •
liierra Seaniiaarian Society
OF SEATTLE. W. T„
viu HAVE
A Grand Excursion
TO MUCKILTEO.
Sundav, .lulv 15th, I' "■ * k -
Romsid Trip, SI.
Tickets can he boaffct at the *?earaer or '
fmm the committee.
jr. < V&UQX.
\ ii r*
WM T HCIJLSSTAD
steamer* le**« YwS«r'» wharf at *<»!ork }
i i * H'4
HORSES FOR SALE
0. H. HOLCOMB,
MAS OPtNED A SK* SAL* 9TABL* OS
tiff aiW-. « >iU (4 ImtuoSiw t U»*TT.
iHr» he hu <m hand a #«*• of
brtur*. aa.i will rfndrr anter* f.w an* cimm
of hi-tw* <SeailwL if sot in ttnek. mhl tf
SEATTLE *OOO YARD.
DRY ALDER AND FIR WOOD CCT AXT
4rs&?*<it wrsgth- Dry kadi!** a spe
cialty C<ml delivered to any pan the
<ll7 Or*l«rs at l>fc» True?
of at t an! oa liof*kias'm hart!. loot of swaeea
street.
mhV>Zm T. A RCtSILL PrwwMr.
A NAN WHO BYES TO LIVE.
fHIKU » IN TA' ■•«*. W T, A MAX
2 «tiw-. a&d wt;<> Bvw <*y.
mf-rt Arrm vl»e fc-elifv*.
1> tnaa wjlta So u "F"r l tt* I taaft IW"
n*n 1 fca-.e t«*-n a [«<wt maitjr f. <Jy»
t3» fc«*i ! ww»i4 tai* leto ■!
*t- tiiarh mraci my mto a
nsttdr.ra «f arid. «*■ .-r*t;n* and di»
<vm|«rt Sij I fca**
M all at vnmtir*. aai t»if
aalaiiija OK I n« bant U Ifhri Iff
I an cl»1 s» MMM i
ta«ap sn ail wV» MI&I fnw <!irea«4 rvm- \
T.iaiEt horaiur 1 am ««i» !Wr win tr-,
St » D -sr»m »j« ,
Work*. -TXWA*T jauij
C. E Kip,
James and Second sit,
Bntler's Bnilding.
GILMAN PARE,
OILMAN PARK,
OILMAN PABK.
SIOO PerUt SIN
SIOO Per lit SIOO
SIOO Per lot. SIOO
Halt* Cash,
Fourth, 6 months.
Balance, 1 year.
MAN PARK
m THE
Cheapest and Best
PROPERTY
I
imomtiD
IN SEATTLE
This property is ou
The North Side
or
SALMON BAY,
■v
And ou the line of railroad aow
b *iug bulit by the
Seattle, Lake Shore
& Eastern Ry.
Trains Every Hour!
S7OOO bridge now being
built across Salmon
Bay.
Plat completed, and can
now be seen at my
office.
G. H. KITTINCER
James and Second St*.
Seattle, W. T.
TOKLAS, SINGERMAN & CO.
SEMI-ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE
I HSB
OF
SUMMER GOODS
WILL BEOIN"
• *-?§§
Wednesday Morning, July 11th, 1888.
.
NO SUMMER GOODS EVER CARRIED OVER
Immense Reductions in Every Department
Dress Groocls.
WEDNESDAY HORNING, JULY 11.
Prices Lower than we ever quoted on any pre
vious occasion.
Domestic Department.
Wednesday Horning, July 11.
Piques, Lawns, Ginghams, Towels, Napkins, Table Linens, at half of sea
son's prices.
Fancy Department.
Laces, Embroideries, Ladies', Hisses' and Children's Gloves, Handkerchiefs*
Wool Dress Trimming Braids, Ladies' and Children's Parasols.
Hosiery Department.
Wednesday Horning, July 11th.
Ladies', Misses' and Children's Hose, Muslin Underwear, Children's DressML
Grent's Furnishing ( foods.
Wednesday Horning, July 11th.
Gent's Underwear of every description, Straw Hats of every make, at lev
than half price.
Cloak and. Wrap Dept.
On Wednesday, July 11th—Summer Cloaks and Wraps will be "***?<
down to about half price.
MILLINERY DEPARTMENT—Wednesday morning, July 11, we will
close out our summer stock of millinery regardless of cost.
CABPET DEPARTMENT—AII the short lengths will be closed out t
some price.
On Wednesday, July 11th,
(BEAT CIMM SUE!
Of all oiir broken lines of Men's and Youths* Clothing.
OVER 400 SUITS,
All styles and patterns, both in sacks and frocks. These suits an
all perfect and fall suits,—coats, pants and vests—but only one,
two and three suits of a kind to choose from. They will be sold
at prices that will astonish you for their cheapness, in many cases
being 30 per cent, below cost. They all must go, for we cannot
spare the roam for odds and ends.
FXPIST COME FIRST 3SIWTBXX
TOKLAS, ICEMAN CO.,
Front and Columbia streeta.

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