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The Seattle post-intelligencer. [volume] (Seattle, Wash. Terr. [Wash.]) 1888-1914, July 14, 1888, Image 4

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- 1 ; ]fa>ii nir r "«• **•
H! lain a r* —*' '"***
v. .
TOW»m»». Jalr tt—Oae la a vat.'
HMttaeavHnl 7 seoaaUoa
«MM white Haw do I kaoweo- Ite
; ..SMI kMW that the opium flag are get
m 4 fWry. lit w
. tkS l/*TSer« r pleatr at jmamrr
I* d)*ealtto
-^g^^jjHlM, l> who* WM eoa«jrti4 here
bOM "Slr>'ll «**lslai»d la the
jiMtaaaa ———» the other day. AH Ihit
?■ fSSa!^'noticetiut the small craft idf
'lflbMi ta TietoHa have *n>aitr iaeieae-
a# IMA aad I kaow what
SHU If the (mnanl woald
- alaea a aan orer them to watch the
phSlia eaptnnt of the ronlratoMM
*"' the bad
v. fihWiit arellT ebaely watched, how-
Mtr, and ike wtu be 'cinched' one of
-IT'S ET74TI ACT:', a.
Hm the Port Tewaeend "VrjJltern Mr-
WBMB atarlad oat, a nuntber of * ranters
hin a*alMd thht titf and are looking over
Mf insentlM aoier or leal ta Port T->wn
h>mStmm. Hence a marked aetlritjr I*
■ —lu« fall the tealtr li»"
, mi man xotas
PHarrenter eatae down frosn feat lie
rer to Saaaiaio and load coal at
rt tor «an Franciscr.
Henry Buck, with Inmljsr from
tdlock tor i/imjmM. went to eea-
MaUlda arrived from »he
iaer Osr*r and Battle g«a to Heat
taornlnr, ff.'u wbeure her catch
«hlj.l>ed ext.
TBI IACIMIA «B**B «'B¥.
Vat. M. White Keiadleled - <Mher
Oaart Proceedings- A Tiny Town-
TATOM*. inlr Tha grand jary came
' lato Mart this afternoon ami ma>lc Its
I.B—T>IMI ill ill Ili I It it qnlte brief. At
' E Hating that all the eaees of the Cnitcd
: atotea no territory brmgbi before It bad
MM Mhitf considered and moras
- £iSe, It ears that the «roiitjr Jail bad twen
aaaaaiaed and found to be eleaiilr kept.
| (Bat (he Mtoeaers were well fod and the
feed Ml IB ahtwdance, but that the prison
W very poorly ventilausl and was not
tltoaeg aad safe for the conAueuient of
adaoaari. The Jury recommended thai
(toae be lakea It OQfC to impruvn the VCH
npaa aad to make the prison safe rhey
MB also examined the books la the «i .-r»)
, MMtf ottees. and they were ap|iarently
Sadocument w«mnd >II>M follows "in
Maehtftoo, we lieg lease to say that we
MM Ban treated gentleman); by the
Mart aad by the district attorney, and bare
■M high eat regard for tils feiltifulness ;»ud
- jalegiltV *s a public oglccr It fs signed
M«f a Mrtow, toremai>
' A irae hill WM found bv the grand Jary
.. apriaM wm. M. White for murder in the
M itoam The defendant wm arraigned
aad took until tomorrow to plead. Howls
Ware f xed at BB>
Wettota of aptieal were given In the lot
tawing nawa. Ullanthal A Co. vs. H P.
' Vrtght; Tarama tumberdi Mannfactnrfug
a p sTSi«uuil , . r^t. T * r ' ~n" - ,be W * M "
The argument in the cane of t'arr vs.
; A File—a case Involving a larg"
•awmut of land, and which has been In
Idgetloa for a looi time - will be com
Hired, probably, to morrow, and win
aaatlnae tor aereral rlays. Tbns i arr.iM
•aa jndga Bears are the opposing counset.
OB M«a riKST fair.
Advices received by Thomas U Nlxou
ftate that the new tteamer t'lty of Ellens
lßurg left Pasco this morning at 4 o'clock on
Mr Initial trip up the t'olnmbla lo the
Oaaeoanttlly mlnlmr country nhe had £7
tans of fret Hilt on Imaol and wilt take on
• toaemoea J* f*gt Katoa. Mt. IJuus k.
• pHt, praaiddvt fli the aompaa). who lias
■■l to Pan toipyUng tap M, arrived
(Ma evmingi m wUe aad daagbter direct
Uw.
vßtbAufeat town.
".dV; 1
fie Whide I.ts< »IMA Itlstbe
lawn of Hop. au'i l« on « Imincb of tht>
; Mortlierfi iMrlftr li» Pierce fsmnty It wm
ISdiir A. j.mi
OifMriA NKWfI.
JL. Wild Man af the IVutids I'lfk
|K»eket at Work,
OhVnriA, July If.—lt is ttiwrtid by
iKMfftas wh«» have recently arrived from
Chain u-rs prairie that a eraay man has
•Mtt seen In the wno*U near that plaee,
Mid It ta e*i«ybMi that a aeareh will •.*»«
W9 Instithtinl hioklng hi a loeation of his
Abode. Two Men wh# drote In h* Olympia
|ro«a that locality a few davs ugo. n-j«»ri
,1a 11 111 seen a nude mau in the »«HKU.
Mar IM road, ueUug tn a very strange
£pftftiitr. They did n«H dlaturh him but
drove ou la to the city. That night the
Ufa man was aeen by a gentleman who
VMretaraing from this dty. fnd was \ery
■tttcb fright euttd at the peculiar antics of
jpa nude man. Tha of that neigh
are becoming very »ueh alarmed
•ft theae. pei«»rt«. audit Is
they will aooh turn out enmax and attempt
to capture the oh)ect of iheir afTright
axs»a rwigr.
Ilr. Harry I). t*owlea, of the
"gmipla brass t>and. this miming mourn*
the tosa of a pocket b»*«k eontaimug
fcel"i>< Ing to the liand Mr I'owioi lachiel
Mark IU the Store of Mr T. i Van Kppa,
and this morning came down quite earl>
ftpopeu up the business. (laving com«
JPPWII through tha rain aud his < oat hn\ ing
■Mfttne aret. he took It ofTmi r* a«-h k the
flksre and buns It by the ato>e to drv, and
Vahtlntottie Wk part of the store to do
IMis work When he returned a short
■Milteraud put »n hi* eoat he found
fnat his p*«cket ta».ik, eontainlug f2» sa«
missing, having evidently **en taken by
•otne one while Mr. Cowlea »J»« inthe
Mar of the at ore He has »trong hope* of
Moveiing hla property as he thinks he
«iearved every one who enteral the *n*n.
Moras
The tug Politkofsky was in the harbor
fea«t nigh'
The territorial board of rdaeatloii, hav
kttg completed Its labor*, adjourned last
mfcht,
Mr. C. F, t4Mi^"enworth, the prominent
jgtberman of uray's Harbor. )» \ n the
Cbaa. A. head guars! ai the
ou McNeil's Uland. is Iu
WAtU WALLA.
A Three Month*' Drought llarmte**
New* Note*.
~ W»U.a *UU. Jul) 13 The »al!a
Walla Oeetrle Light a>xt Power < ompaut
' mm erganimt >a»t nlghr II K Joheana.
F. i t*art»r, t'hria k"nut«. i ha* Iturrounh*.
Chi limnn. traitee*: capita, aWiek.
all paid up k plant «a> ordered troni the
AawYican Bueltfe t«aatnKtlon Co. s «
* fttptably Ihlt city will be wot.!.' afn itht
Mint io mm moil with IVnUi ■
The delinquent county tat !..i awmii!!
It »» protaahte ther* will tie a cuntrnt over
Hartman * electum a. cownty clerk. at
Knllcloft after ail
h.*W. July It, In tht. elty. t« the wife of
Thtaaaa S»urrr. a an
IW i. M K'.y.l wa» twuttrwck at Maker
City. Manila?, but will recover tnna
<lre«ory ha* returned (row a ten aantiu
Tlait In Mu> Ftwnci.c<
t'bariee Painter au.l faintly hare return
•4 from Portland Painter will pruhabiy
laoae tha *laht uf an eye, from a cinder
J«tt* weather be re ax-nwe* <*"> d,-gre*«
: Jtaae Uth the win.l attained a %ek<eity of
■ •lln. the hlgheat ever known hi re, h
tal rreelpttathWl, IST Inche* dett. lency
jar year. 1* luche* Ralu fell on it .l»? *
•atv I clear da>v t# thunder atormi hi«t>
Ml lemperattire. ->t No rain lr..ui Mat* h
to J Hike Tth Three month* dr-xith
wfowl.l nun cr»'| * any where elw on earth
«Tha recent rain* were abnndaat and
' gjljaely. and nw.l t are wmnnl
the new bathitn* made tla
fIMIMBofIWI Ut e<emnt
" |Mek Kellltut hat acalu kw~ d the i4iae
(MM*, and will ••tvu la f«wr week*
; ftlH I* a great inah «» p«v-p!e kuto
gMalt silver latttc*, SO mlKw eaal of Patou-r
Walla Walla Light. IV*er and tu
Mawa;, capital H iw ha* o>«a>.-
fagSTt'.'U tract* for machlaeey and local
: MHtk will he W next Weduewia.
BTKm. B- H- MIIU and dawgiiter. after a
steSratawwfa *««U •'. Nhtrtiel to4ar
MailltU"! hatee fcw K\>tiaud W«4
iSTnartft*r hald a geoeral .-atnp meet
aiKMllrWtl lakt, Ju'o t*tfc. eon-tae:ed
TyX- *1 hfc lag *vaa*.-u»' - :S»hert > a rw»
, WAW»*»~tMLBD A l»>.
MMka €mmr »««aU New*
|5 rroaa B*e- «"reek Miae<
r J B j, U-41! w K H..,. ~
Mine. . . Si, i
?■ *■ sine a%j«H<aaai «-.* g*-M
t2TaW m »-k#;
<*■ S»s»t two *H. Tl»*.
Aw a»vaa »>'<*; , '''
Eumn? JiylS^Aßifcif iMmto
t *SJSS"r i5r». y«p» «< *»•"
akumtttm imMhn—i taMevwlag
«t Ben t. flafyWa hok
MKUH -4mf. The nmm «octkUhojkl
lag WM otfatlKd Ma a <p*arrr tw® miles
twjm this eftr.aad W.B wmkM a rtrf «»e-
IrjwMV S
•ad W A. Kaahnort. ot N*.
I karf ta thm wiwlay for M trtalMW*
ia« u4 bwmtim rhelca.
; laklag their hawW with H>CT» fw
uu am inn n>Am-
AH Mr fcr tfc# bnniM-«Md
timmd to favt MM.
Euuiiwwtw. Jah m*am*r Ittj
of UfarMhw* left hm t.»s»ai M>
M a trial Uip. »e i» Irts* at the lost
Prtex Ba<Md« t»nifh«. T-aaorrow «h« will
ta w* itltrt biaad and then rrtmu to
Fort Eat am, read; tor her mruiar tftp Jwij
I* to the Saloon rtrer a»l»e».
The mlaur retwraed from the «aa-I
IwtwMa hem ami Pwt Eaton lodaj ud
rsK<rti M i-o»>>t«i and ta doe rooditMm
f.* freight!og baats. A «ta«e line waa
started over thi* route ta t«7H
IhlHilac taulligraee.
PoirT Tows«ic*r>. Jaly B.~failed— Bark
Hmij to»<*k
TtVoxß. Joly U —Two >hip« patseil In
ttif m clear, frcsb weal wind.
<U» rwriMTJ. Mr B-—<'learaa«a—
steamer WrUlagtoo. Saaala»o; Ntrk
Saranae. Port Towanend. toet*rtar**
Hhlp Octroi!. Seattle: steaawr raatllla.
Vletarto: steamer Port Adelaide. Van
con rav.
TAB TB4tHBR«.
mt the JUtUnuil CM ml tie*
—Am Atetratc Tofk.
H*«r r»*sfivo, J*]y 13.—1 fee national
aonefl of th* >aUonal JW'M-atlwaai
met WjlT ta Ofll FtiUtwt' tmfhS
In*. frw*U lent J L KfekaH. of lwa < itr,
fryf frtlwily. of
f-haJrataa of file romwlJUt on bicker wla
ration, jfnaißifi4 ttw; eowwKtocr'a report
on '*Tb« BltfllHw in «'OUem« In
which it ta anf\»wl that tfa*- «tnat-at «ra*
not twvpar#*! to of til* real
m the iajptrrYemetrN to be ob
tained lit maiiiux a flwtf of Mod
In Ure 4i* whirb feOnrtd rea*l
intf of tile reoort, Pre*i4e»t thrwifrt
% here the nwlrqt trat «'lfM by ofaer
opinion* than hi* own tn maktag a rhokr,
ti*e elertlve arntem f oaW tie r.->n*idet
e»l Prof. pirtb»)jr rxt»lalM
that the roramitiee'* i4«ra wa< that the
rooraes wkieh had twen laid o«t. kmt not
Mini« ftydk*, thoald t*o eleeted. J»-
llarrU, of Conrortt, MAM , favored th»*
rommlUee't riewi, and (MOT the »tu<lent
of to-day i« often better enabled U»
>4 the eottr*e» he «h<m!d fho»- thaii hi*
parent*. Iff. Hrwett of lUiiioK Prof.
Heidon of B<to»h»n. and Prof J-fcalfrr of
altfo )r»lti«d In the dlwn*-
ihm Dr lUrrta pmrok«*d an animated
debate by a**ertfßV that th« r« fw>rt wa»
aiim*d. thotif h prrh«|M uniuirritionaUt.
against Harvard eoilei*. Prwf.
denied thU and «*ld the fhwttve «yttem wu*
not *»rl*inai with Uarrar*!, twit with the
!'nlrer*Jtir trf Virginia Prof. Pai/rhild
thorMrht that the whole qnewthm wan
really a "ioeai fafeue" and that it »as dim
eult h> lay d<>wn a general rule U>r tu
def-isilou. The r|i|i?itioß of the •tndent'f
agv mtfl alw* be eon«id*-red iu eonne«rih»o
therewith.
Pmf. »heidon. of BoH-m, «aid it wa* tiie
riew r»f one of the connHtm wbleh he
wpr*iK*nte«i thai the •|<i«?«tiot> of the
amoniit «d training rrquired of the »ti»
dent, before granting him a diploma tie d*-
t« rn»lm*d, and th« r«'f*»rt wan ralvfvMl ba<-k
to the r*rtnmitte» rm bifhrr rdueation for
recouaideraUou and amendment
M«nni. IfarrU and ('anflt-ki were aj.
pointed to advise tha comtttttaft in rt-gard
to the sentlmonta esftreaoed in dlaeMlotk
of the report.
Mnm*. Haker, of Colorado, HhelAim, of
and «ireen«r<»od. of Mia
aourl, ware a nominating f»m
mittee.
urrOMED TO NKOttn KI Lts
White f illsena of an Arkanaaa f ona
ty In li»«ur reel lea.
l.irrL* |{«H a, July l£~Crittnideu eonn
ly ha> head under rale ninee 1979 t
and nearly prerv »>fcfvr of the ( ouniy is
colored. Hr%eralda>* ago aaruhnra were
a*'Ut through the mail* to aeverai
nent flttww to the eouutry. The
nolle-v* were ■ant. It i* thought, at the in
vtigation of |J W. Lewla and liavid
aon, judge and elerk of the countr court,
both of whom are colored and lota tteinie
under indietmrot for drutikuca and
negieet *)f duty.
Thursday morning UX> armed white men
proeaadeU to cl« ar the town of Viarioti of
all the ringh-ade>a. fl««i edne«day
night aj»tl Ferguson realguad and
wa« giver* until to-dav to nettle tip and ar
rang«- hUi book* The colored na#*M»r,
tt*gether with fevers] colors I deputy
clcrka, were WCOftod Ui tt»e imiti, ghrn
ticket*, and aanie*! uever to return. The
whiten *tiH»d guard all Wednenday uight.
fearing au attack, a* the nagror* In crl!
teoden coiiuty outnumU r th«* whlrcß
■even to one.
n I:\OI mi. 1.1 khi: NTH
We«t Virginia Farmer* llwlned -
Even Their Hall Carried Off.
WMcgMhoj July 13. - Advices from
Ihtahva river, a «maii «tream flowitte
thtomrh and Kib-hie comttie*.
►ay» that hundreds "f farmers in theae
eonntiea are ruined. t»n Monday
evening a eloud hunt and in a ahort Urn#
the watera were higher than ever known.
Kvery on the stream iagtme, honaea,
tariiM. granarieti and growing er»>|»* tli**;.
rrare<l entirely, and file* of drift and de
ri« are left 10 or 12 feet high iu the *al
ley for Mile« the -nil am washed off a*
el. mi a» a floor, leaving a bard, ormtoth clay
an Hare The Um t» at #.*4X>.oOO
On Wtiliwßdt* Terra Alfa. Preston coun
ty, wa» vi*itt*l by a cyclone wh«»M* trn. k
l*a««ed through the heart of the b»wn and
hf'H'e* lr\i«n their aud
carrie»l roofn huudreda «uf feet from the
building*.
KIMTOK MOOKK 1% JAIL.
Vary Likely to <Jr» to St. Lwnla
After All.
T«»FK*%. J i\y IS —The hearing .«>f th#*
Mooee tu»iea» r»»rj>u* caae t»tau to-«Sav.
Thia afternoon arrorney* for Jithn . Nor*
ton beaan *t»it to recover all prw|»erty
claimed t»> Moore and Mr* Soeton.
M«*»re wi*» reU*a«ed fr*»m the cn*to*ly of
the city marshal by Judre iiuthrie on the
ai»|»'leatton for a writ of haheaa eorjm*
lie wa», h<*we*er. tmm«Mltately
by Sheriff Fuller on a reqitattion frt>m the
g%>\ernor of M:»»a»nrt, A writ of hatn-a*
eorpnawaa tworn out and aervtd on the
■hrrltf Hearing U »et f«»r ) oVUick t«>
morrow in the meantime M*»orv i»
fined in the county jail, and an h** 1* held
under a re»jul*»tiotj. he canmd b»« tntibit
out.
TNK ratOHlttlTlOttlST*.
A It I k KatlAeatlon Meeting at ( hl>
rago
t'ntcaao, Julv IS.—Then- WM a inrge at
ti-ndanee at the Prohibititm railrteation
meeting to-night The |»l at form waaoecu
M by many leading fTohibttkwtiaU
rr«»f Wekgy of Mtrh'aan. was t»r*
•idl a* .»m»vr l>r John \ lir«v»kn. trice
TMTebienttal randulate. aa» the first «peak
er lit* remarks were devoted mainU to
au onslaught on both af the leading oartie*
ll»- waa iwloval i»j Mi** France* wtIUH
'••a Fi>k, fw (trctldctit, nm
'hfn {uth*)ni\«4. tli* tru nn
<»T*Uo» Whm h«d Iwru w, m>i,
h*» wir»t twrr ihiui th« Mm* groamt *»
tr»tWW4 by l>r Hisxtk* Nit m « Uttlr
ttlXftl in hi* *!««» Hpwbw vvpr
by *r*tf«U UMtntn<wsu& thl «!»*«•
Hr k*t
VrrUal of Tfs. hfi*.
3u,\y IS A |Mirt> t»f Rft
SImmkMIIP«I *«J t rwitn *«»|
twvoly 4w twwfWn fnwn s. u Mtilcu.
Tra»p«ir< m 4 Soatbrrn a(t«rtid u»
«W* r*pil«t» from Arif.-w*, lUhi.a* wi.i
K*u»a« mv «lim» Ui tn«xn>* The
«l»k(«t(t>a «tU (U wvphl r*r« The rrjli
«t ni»»»M I*hU> ih«!
o*H v,-rr!*n * nufffM
l «%vr wvrr in
\t€> rlty, * Imxv tutmber In fcfai eiMriMct,
1 *wtoW»rtt»f that lbs ot>uvftiuuu wUi not
Kw thrw
I w«< ef I allfurtiU Kit er* »n<t M*r
leersa
WiWiWH, Jah 12 Mn>>r Iv«nv4
m»kr«tfe* t**« &U(,*r
uim riw» ut4 KarNir,
Wv»rU. »liv«U-ai *»4 r\
the m tract of ?He ciu
•IvoxtM I* mi k*«»l JOt* fwf wUbe *n%l
the channel N-iarra !l>e Vrftir* be
14 fwl tad JW wide; Vi* *tw hht harHv
|TH» t» Witthftf ; e%uiiiHr.u»< th- mr
of rtiwtMutharUif,Nwh»l»*» *«.j
lUjW; WUiuiiMiiHi tmr
Jwhe.fr ym*. h» ,yf
*>*» iHrfo IvKv ISU.M
I'ttw.ler Hill Tkiree Mm
Killed.
lUtw>, s IV, Ju!y I-L > u£Sn a; |
R»aU « wiw !*» *tkr «iorl.i» n***r * rim n
M m *&•:"» afUvru.*.;* r «ne«
ttrs'fw* < h* « • K<r*ck v & u-» Henri
♦Wrt*i*!>» vlm m i'fe »m'y fpemms aKvir
the
UlaAari VirJeeer
tMt* N n**
*#*£*•4 *t Vai»!n : v| .r. j-i
tfet wi.rtU'f ot K r laHvsil
?**"> •T'
T«» *• WesitWr*
lliiJivly \\ fu-i ra
Itw r;v :*• iixa«e» s «'r»a u
!*rrii*»r* F»Jr wriiher. N
**«•#! f«lm* fr »-i K*ft;a»4
> -nil!'.' »4fW- ■
CilWrH cry Pucfctr $ Ci ! :#rl*.
IT IS SOT DSAD.
mmt n>|nlH ■ OMsWHrtof i ptremt I
RtoSml* was tmm*_ *7_* *wwt I—yt
or is OJ» *»
SL'tL Sm bnaiM Mm ssy M«w *
MHh. TW h» w»rtfc»a*
TAM»V« la (MK STtte <«ITIWK,U4U
ae/u «** in mtr Tsi «S
iu far. rtimt It 1* abMOMeatf mm*
mot mm taaalkla» sx a Aort tm. I ajn
%«t (ntac W Mat £& ssaarr a»4 wffl Mac
MTT waul «*• party wbo tarea* tfela llsm
rbvrk I 4Miketo f»for his. (or as *MM
|M |Mri tlx c her k ta tpMun o( IW
law. TW an who met, t ta be tmrtl
w Iteew »a «ma who an .taking tfce
(attMUn aa4 IMIBC the rlwrka. he
(Wtv la a» waj at rwkinff tlsem and ww
will hare to as far the twtnete iMni
I e*«a took tfi» tkerk la the Ira who an
barkiM the BM la a nation and toU
tbra that U wa» iQcnd to toowM tia»
efceeka They got httfTj and taM at if I
waatedtn iiugate thaiaattaf ta go ahead.
Thar think tfery are • Mg «n» wlaoaae
win take canact fewest la the ssatter lo
eiarwe It la the courts hat they wiU gat
: fOMWi.
# Wtai| W a Maaaara.
Wi.mmvro*. Jaly IJ. ">eor** V. V
UKfcrop, American minister of Prussia,
will shortly tender hia resignation and re
;aro lo America f»e feaana la the eoe
dlttoo of hla health, another that bete
growing tired of hi* Inactive diplomatic
life The pmstdeat ha# arewjited the «ea>»-
mtj'fw
TKITH ITKAXOIB Til A* FIC
TIOX.
Sow* YAKIMA. W. T., May3B, 1S».
Da. J. Kti>n( Jo*»A*~ Dear Sir:
Allow me to add ray testimony to the
many thousands who have already
testified to the virtu* ami success of
voar mtdidnet.
In April I iu taken with bilious
I fever. I had severe pains in the hark
i of my head ami neck, extending down
my hark. Had a very high fever.
M'v feet ami limbs were very yellow.
My (inter nails were as yellow as the
; volk of an egg. My face looked a* i/
it had l«en steeped in saffron. I com
menced taking your Hiitorenetie
n»edicine» according to direction* in
the took, and after taking twenty-four
hour" the pains were all gone, and in
three days could M* a illriiM im
provement in my complexion, and in
three weeks was able to be out again.
About two week'* ago 1 strained the
muscles of my right leu, which ter
minated in sciatica rheumatism. 1
suffered untold agony. I could not
turn or be turned without adding to
■my sulferine. Again I sought an>l
found relief in your • H istugenetir
medicine*. After inking it two days
the pain was entirely gone, and now I
am ab'e to be aliout my work as usual.
Too much |rrai*e cannot tie said in
iieliali of vour system of medicines.
Yoor book of Entire Revolution of
Medicine should be in every family in
the land, as it would -ave many a
large doctor's bill and much unneces
sary pain ami stitiering; as it will tell
ju-t trie kind of medicine they need
for their complaint; for your Medi
cine- are a success in acote as well a
in chronic c.i-e*. for 1 can truthfully
»ay your medicines work like a charm
:in acute case*, and will knock any
disease. If taken at the beginning, in a
very short time. CH»s. A. (liSo.
Subscribed and sworn lo before me
May Si. I.hM. KIIWAID Wliww,
Notary Public.
KCATTUK. W. T., April 34,1*88.
D*. Kiomr JOKDAI— Dear Sir: I
came to your place in a horrible con
dition at>'>ut two weeks ago. What I
suffered from those pains through th
head, and had for the past six or eight
years, and especially after catching a
iresh i-old; then it would commence
iu good earnest, ami for a few days no
tongue can tell the fearful sufferings
' through which 1 would pas*, until
wliat -ceineil to me to lie a gathering
over the eyes would break, and then,
with the exception of a dull, sleepy
headache. 1 would have relief until 1
would catch coltl again. For week«
«in'e the fir-t of la»t Augu-t I lived on
graham mush and half milk and half
hot water in the morning; for dinner
and supper cold graham bread and
not daring to eat as others
i <mld. knowing the penalty would!*?
three or four hour*of th* most terrible
! •• • f r • iif r< ■■ « .r to >pr;jn* up.
a* it were, n lire in the stoDiacn, the
llante every few minutes sh«K>ting up
into Ibe throat It seemed to me my
tfcf nl A Ith thi-«.
For the pa-1 twelve or fifteen years
there was a distress across the kidnew
This latter trouble 1 rati lind no words
to give the fairjte-t idea «*f what I suf
fered. Only those who have or arc
suffering from Kidney disease kn<»w
any thing about it. I gave out on the
L. tf* A K KNid last fall, ami have not
Istrn able to do a gtMxl day - work
since. No life, snap or vim until aUuit
one month ago. after taking your me l
i ine« aUiut three days as directed,
then a dav flow and then, when J
thought of it, taking two or three dose*
at a time, because I would forget it.
This I kept Up for al>out two weeks,
which gave me tlte lirst and onlv re
lief for years. I have only had slight
touches of headache since -only a little
trouble in the stomach. Can sleep on
either side, my kidneys giving n.e but
little |kain. lam coming to *ee you
and get more medicine, for I am fully
satisfied you wdl cure me. Yours re
spectfully. I). S. I«.\MBKUT.
c.vtsisii rvt.usi. or THIC W.IWM.
NORTH Y*KIW*. Mav SI. lss.s
I>K KI'I.RXE JOKPAS. Seattle. W. T.
Dear Sir About twelve years ago. in
lilting a heavy carpet. I strained my
self, which completely prostrated me.
Not getting (letter. 1 tried the use of
alum, thinking to contract the womb
and draw it into place, which it did,
but owing to the inflamed condition it
caused congestion and terrible pains.
At last the agony was -o great I coti
•oilted a physician. by whom I was
treated for live years) but in-te-i-l of
getting Ixuterl grew worse continually.
A complication of female troubles set
in. which almost -et in- eraiy. M>
stoma) h was in such a condition that
I could not retain the most simple
bust; had fearful ilistress in the stom
ach, and was continually belching,
which wa> vary annoying. Liver was
si it -i'eineil as tltongh there
*i< a ro(*' around me and I » >• hcing
cut In two. ami «a- continually throw
tup up Kilt- My kMnev* were in a
fearful condition, and 1 t!i<>tight I wa*
going to have ttri(hl'9 di-e.t<e My
urtne *en xmnt anil afforded nV>
rrl: i l.a I a <Je?»ire to urinate continu
ally Wat never free from headache;
!t »eemcd u* though the top of my
hea l would come off. Ha l very se
vere backache, and a nwst«nt ami ter
rible bearing down feeling; wa* inaucfi
ii.l-crv lift- btnunr a l»urden to me.
I i 'U-lilted *ouir of the mo»t eminent
phy-t lan* in the Cnited State*, among
whom
seal I>i*p*n*ary. Uatfalo, N Y » I>r
Kddie of O*wc.o N Y . who told me.
a> other* ha.l tney mnl t not help mo,
a*. aith my trouble-. I had ''.iiufrof
the womb and cotil.i not be cured.
Went to a hospital in Ho*ton. where
tlte\ strapped me to the operating
table, cut and «la«hcd m« until T
thought 1 >ii«nkl dte, and «. d if that
did not do they cow not help me. I
continued to rrow wot~e. I h.'.veS-en
treated by ph v>i. urn* in Springfield.
Swth Charleston. Ffmilay . Ohio. and
Delaware. I'awtm Let and Prvviiltik'r.
K. 1 . and Williamantic, Conn em
bracing doctor* of all the acboots
of practice.
\Vhen 1 arritrd in Seattle. \V T
efery one was loud w:th praise of l>r
J. Jordan and h;» *v
te:n ot tre .ttnent I gra-pr*! al the
word t .-ne
-a* a drowning man gra.p* at a
•traw t «>.iki no* re»t until Imc vmi
\t the t i t v. .i I w... , mour.u-.'
\ our theory wa* so Ivaitifnl. and on
iautKry umat your hundred-, of
pat.e .I*. I found it wa« in a«-ti;al pc*<
It* c. a* it bt*l cured hundred* who
were pr\»noin>.-e.i ItKUrable bv all <W..-
ffboM phjrwiHH, !B <b<r». of all
kind* and contlrtkm*.
I commenced the treatment, arwl
after taking the nmttriM faithfuilv
forth*** Month* I !te;.t m< *a£f *l4* u>
eKt any th.ng and everything enjov -l.
r. tasn it or, n.t' -1 . . . " \Ji
■ I:.- .Ic«r i *li*j> like a i h*;.i, VI,
* •'!»>' are goo.) ...oa. Ms
■ ;v ' ' -- "J »".-K order, and she
pchi i* ttU ton*. In fact. I mmtte r
Wj «e*l aitcr (write ;ear> «»f at!-
! .»•-' H UWtt|irOM A CLtVUdI-.'Jh
'rfa .\ir If- |\if Wf«ni
i(Hm(b> <lk can rr fci *ri vrn tue very
tKvu'fsJe. aihl VIKJ dU
(iUirts tq i»r P,ui#f» Ca^ariL
POST-INTELLICfENCEE. AUBDAY JULY 14. IWB.
bt&eti that it «3i al» aoccwb to
Haloff
netfe Word* *3l no* «•
pc« my pStadt to jroo. and ac
nm a* rvm «Ml«Spitnm m*
year of my Eie a» sunto toar bo
pttai. trr nfrtm cfae vhetc I can
*n* Ton. 6w.
Earnest!, hoping tfae prejodk*
iftbut aE near dbemmawiS mm
be eitmnt and the alwlt work!
know at yenir Hotopattx Discom
ie». I remain, TOOT, my gratefully.
Max. OUT* B. Him.
Subscribed and •worn to before me
thM r«h day of May. IML
Fun Fiun.
[<uL Kotary Pohiic.
Ontui. W. T.
My tittle girt was bad], aarcted with
bloody dysentery lor three constant
year*. We employed a batf-doaen of
what i« considered gntdan medical
aid. b«t it proved no good. She jpot mi
the could eat After aaiinc a
bite of anything the pain would strike
her stomach and she would ha*e to
dedst- We cosctaded that we would
not be able to raise her. At last, 1
went to Dr. J. Eocene Jordan, stated
the c **e. tearing the rirl at home. I
had not a bit ot ranfideace tn doi-tors.
bat I did know of apparently great
cares of Dr. Jordan. Well, my little
girl took the medicine for one month
and has entirely recovered. This was
»eren months ago. tfbe is now per
fect'r well. I state this for the good
of other,. H- E Smith
A I> V KTI POCTOM.
A RALPSU. KENAN WFCR TK»Y
Ikmld >.t An Be A4)W|t4
ImpMtor,-
It i- inrariably the rule that among
advertising doctors, one out of a bun- :
ilre<.l performs the cures and relief be
advertise, to. and among tho-* few
who cure. I>r-. I»arrin stand in the
lend. Tbeir testimonials alone are
•utficient to bear witness to the fore
ir*>ine assertion, and it is doubtful
whether among the thousands of ad
,erti«in* doctors in the country tliere
i- a sinpe one who has met with such
imminent *n<*tess as those above
quoted, as the following extracts of
testimonials will sbow:
V\*» Tit A T CAS Br KENtRRF.Ii TO
Mr*. A. F. Welch, Xooksack. W. T.,
eenerai debility and catarrh. Her
fatisbar.d cured also of pain in his
bark.
Mrs. Myra Weaverlinp. 41-vJackson
street, battle, W. T.. cuml of severe
intfamation of the eye.
John 11. liooghlerty, Eoa»-h Harbor.
W. T., hydrocele enterly cured and re
moved by one operation in five min
utes.
H. A. Johnson, McKenzie flouvt,
Seattle, W. T.. Had «uttered the "tor
ments of the ilaiune.! ' with the asthma
and opium habit. Entirely cured.
John Wolfin, Stuck Junction, W. T.,
Deafness and discharging ears cured.
Andrew Anderson. Port Townsend.
W. T. Crosseyed from paralysis of
the outer muscles of the eye. Cured
bv one operation and treatment.
John Mullen, White River, W. T..
weak eves with constant pain over eye
and liatl. Cured.
Lillie Quintal. . Tacoma. W. T.,
Cured in two operations.
Deafness and catarrh also cured.
Mrs. Mevie Gebfort, W. T. Boy 5
year- old. deaf since 16 months old.
tHw barging ears and catarrh entirely
cured after several treatments.
Frederick Mobs. Sprague. W. T..
catarrh and bronchitis, general debili
ty. etc. Cured. His wife cured alio
of dropsy and varicose veins and milk
lejr.
Kula <irepr. Seattle, W. T., both
eyes turned in so as to lie horribly
cros«-cyed. Cured in two operations.
S. K. Hoskinson, Port Blakeley, W.
T., sciatic rheumatism. Cured.
VVilliam Little, Seattle, W. T., pain
in his rhest of qver M years standing.
Entirely cured by electric-mapnetic
treatment.
Mrs. A. J. Queßtal. I.'VH llailroad
street, Taroiiia, \V. T., stoppage of
tear duct, causing to overflow
down tbecbeeks. Cured by one oper
ation.
Mrs. M. E Dav. Port Madison. W.
T.. throat difficulty, cured.
D. C Widden, jseattle. W. T.. deaf
ness; bearing restored.
John M. Romeyer, Palace restaur
ant. Seattle. VV. T.. s< iatic rheuma
tism ; cured by the electro-magnetic
system.
orrtc* hoi ks asd ruct or w siskss
The l»rs. l>:irrin are locaUsi at the
International lintel. Cherry street,
Seatlle, \V. T. Consultation 1 re.
Office hours, from H> to I daily;
evenings. 7 to 8; Sundays. 10 to i 2.
All curable < hronic diseases, loss of
manhood, blood taints, syphilis, gleet,
gonorrhu-a, spermatorrHoa. seminal
weakness and loss of desire of sexual
power in man or woman, ratarrh and
tieafm-" are confidentially and sue
res.fully treated. Circulars sent free.
Mo-t it*s can receive home treat
ment after a visit to the doctors' office.
(The l>r-. Darrin also have a branch
ofbee at Fifth street, Portland, Or.,
where any in that vicinity can consult
them.)
N. 11.- The iU a tors' stay in this city
is limited, ami thujp who desire their
services should call at once.
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than the ordinary kind* an<l
cannot be *»id iu competition with the ran!-
tit ado of ]<»w tnt, »nort weijrht, alum or
rh<*pliite powdenu Nd on»T in can*.
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Mill street. Seattle, W. T.
IN THE PBTRK'T COURT op THE THIRI>
Judicial District of Washington Terri
torr, holding term* at Seattle.
So. 61<K—The I'nited States of America,
vs. The
enginea, boiler*, tackle, apparel and fur
niture.
Whereas, a libel of infonnatiou has been
filed in the above entitled court, on the sth
day of July, A. I>. I***. by William H.
White, E-<j.. United States Attorney for
Washington Territory, on behalf as well of
the paid United Mates a* of J. B. Croake,
Informer, against the tf eamboat Fleetwood,
ber engine*, boilers ta' kle, apparel and
furniture, alleging in wuhstanee. that here
tofore. bvwit : On the 27th day of May,
is*B, said steamboat, being then mid there
owned in whole or in |»art by a citizen or
eitlzcns of the United states, and whereof
A. Woods was then and there master, was
then and there used and employed iu the
transportation of pa««engers. and did carry'
Passengers on the navigable water* of the
nited States, to-wit: From Seattle, m
Wa»hington Territory, to Tacoma aud
Olympia. in said Territory, on the waters
of get Sound.
That by the eertiftcate of inspection
granted to said stvamlM>at by the United
States Inspectors of Steam vessels, said
steamboat was then and tflere authorized
and allowed to carry seventy five passen
gers and no m*re. and that by a special
liermit in writing issued to said steamboat
>y said Inspectors said steamboat was then
aiid there authorized and allowed to carry
au additbyial twenty-five passengers, mak
ing one hundred In all.
That on said LCth day of May, isss, said
steamboat brims then ami there author
tuil anil anotred an aforesaid to l arry on*
hnt)iir»-d paswDKen and no more, did car
ry from Seattle to Taefima. iu taM Tcrri
lor)-. a iar.'t-r number of passeinters than
•me bnnrtreil. to-wit: One hundred and
sixty lassengers, belne sixty passengers
beyond the number allowed, contrary to
the provi.lons of Seetion if,, of the Ke
sisei! statutes of the I'nited states.
That the arnouut paid as passage ni.mey
by said sixty passengers from battle to
T««s>jna afori.'-aid ou said sti-amlfoat on
. said day w as thirty dollars.
By reason whereof and by virtue of tht
provisions of Section, and 4 Ir'J of said
ke\ imil statute* the owner or owners and
I master of said steamboat forfeited and be
-1 raine liable to par the sum of six hundred
and thirty dollar*.
That an and singular the premises are
true and within the admirnllv and msrl
time inns jieiion of the I'nited Slate* and
of this Honorable Court.
And jiraying that the said vessel or
steamboat may tie condemned and sold to
i.av tii- penalties aforesaid with costs.
Vow, tneretor**, in piipiuance of the mo
nition iindei the seal of tin.-court aforesaid
to me d;r—< t«r. SU'l delivered, I do hereby
give public -.'otiee ti> all per**ius claiming
the said steamboat, ber engine*, boilers,
etc., or iu any manner interested therein.
. that they be and appear before the said
District Court on Thursday, the 'JMb day of
Juiy, A. 1». Isss. at 10 o'clock in the fiir*'-
noou of that day (provided the .ame shall
liea day of jurisdiction, otherwise on the
next day of jurisdiction thereafter), then
and there to interpvatf their claims, and to
, make their allegations in that behalf,
bated this Mh ilay of Julv, A. IV issh.
T J HAMILTON',
jtll Ht r. S Marshal for Wash. Ten.
UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON.
Seattle, Washington Territory
Classical, Scientific, Normal and
Business Courses and Art
AS HERETOFORE.
IS A DMT] OS A
Department of Music
Haa been orgauiscd under direc
tion of
MISS JULIA L. CHAM BERLIN.
Pupilo in Voice Culture, Piano aud
Harmony will l«e received.
Refers to Mr Lyman Wheeler, instructor
in voiee, and Bfr. Otto Beudit. teacher of
piano. both of New England Coiwervitory
of Waste, Boston.
The t:*xt term of the I'nivendtr will be
gin August 20, Kor new catalogue
*b»-*»ug p*ospe<-<u« school, low rate* of
tuition. and riving full information, ad 1
dr»n» »a»frw T. M. C»AT« H. President.
Whitman College,
Walla Walls. W. T.
I M LI « «*LL£UB t
1 um| literary eouraeei Academic
dtpartmeu: br*p*n*» t* r any college, for i
' a hiug or Wiifw
u»ry «»f music, iusiructi.va* in art. elocu
tion and modem Eleven pro- j
and teachers and 11<J a.nders'« 1-a- '
bearding hail. Young men'# hall
fcN&up Hiitt- Fall Una opens Sta<ember 5. ]
lw Write for eataSofWe ?o A J. ANDES- j
soN. A. Ph. !♦ . Pieafak ut,
su.t 1
CEOSS & CO.,
'UNDERTAKERS,
fti %» Bfed, j
Frciwt Seattle. I
IN THE PISTRIfT COI RT OF THE
Third Judicial District of Washington
Territory, holdine terms at Seattle.
No. 61(W.—The United States of America
vs. the steamboat "Fleetwood" and her en
gines. boilers, tackle, apparel and furni
ture.
Whereas a libel of la format! on has been
filed in the above entitled court, on the sth
day of July, A. I>. I*BB, by William H.
White, Esq., United States Attorney for
Washington Territory, on behalf as well of
the said United States as of O. H. Parker,
informer, against the steamboat "Fleet
wood." her engines, boilers, tackle, ap
parel and furniture, alleging in substance,
that heretofore, to-wit: On the 20th day of
May, I***, said steamboat, being then and
there owned in whole or in part by a citi
zen or citizens of the United Slates, and
whereof A. Woods was then and there mas
ter, was then and there used and em
ployed in the transportation of passengers,
and did carry passengers on the navigable
waters of the I nited States, to-wit From
Seattle, in Washington Territory, to Ta
coma and Olympia. iu said Territory, on
the waters of Puget Sound.
That by the certificate of inspection
granted to said steamboat by the United
States inspectors of steam vessels, said
steamboat was then and there authorized
and allowed to carry seventy-five passen
gers and no more, and that by a special
permit In writing issued to said steamboat
r> said inspector- said steam Nat was
then and there authorised and allowed to
carry an u<M • - •
making one hundred in all.
That on said liOth day of May, ISBB, said
steamboat, being theu and there author
izrd and allowed to carry one hundred j as
sengers. and no more, aforesaid, did
carry from Seattle, in said Territory, to
TaComa. in said Territory, a larger number
of passengers than one hundred, to-wft
One hundred and seventy two taissengers,
being seventy-two passengers beyond the
number allowed, contrary to the provisions
of section 4*?o of the revised statutes of the
United States.
That tbi- amount of passage money paid
by said seventy-two pansenirers from Seat
tle to Tacoma aforesaid on said slcamtvut
on said day waa thirty-six dollars.
By reason whereof and by virtue of the
provisions ot section tM& and section 4469
of said revised statutes, the owner or own
ers and master of said steamboat forfeited
and became liable to pay the sum of seven
hundred and fifty-six dollars.
That al! and singular the premises arc
true and within the admiralty and mari
time jurisdiction of the I'uited Stabs aud
of this honorable court.
And praying that the *aM veasel or
j Mr*ml- at may be condemned and told to
J i»av the neualtic* aforc»a]<l vitb coats.
I Now, therefore, in purmuumof the moo
! ition under the seal of the «aid court to me
J directed and delivered, I do hereby five
! public notice to all person* claiming the
►aid steamboat, her engines, boiler*, etc.,
or in an? manner interacted therein, that
they be and appear before the saidl Matrict
Court on Thursday, the 26th day of July,
A. I*. isW, at ten o'clock in the forenoon
of that day (provided the ume \a• a day of
jurisdiction. otherwise on the next day of
5 iariadictioa thereafter), then and thereto
j interpofie their e*dms and to make their
; allegation* in that behalf,
j Dated thisfth day of July. A. D. We*,
j jyll 14t T. J. HA.MH.ToN,
V. ?*. Marshal for Washington Territory.
KOTICE.
\\"M HENRV TOINTON. LATE BTEW
i t f ard of Ike Cmatilla, and for the past
! twelve year* with the Pacific Coast Steam
•hip Company, having purchased the
; Brunswick restaurant, midti a continu
ance of it* present - uatom, and by dill
Ifence and care kopea to receive a fait
portion of the public patronage. )c23 lm
O. C. SHOREY * CO.,
uvcraiH.
Foot of Columbia •«., Seattle.
APASTOR CURED BY FAITH.
Rev. Dr John Williamson. Pastor Mich!
, ran Avenue Church, Chicago, ha* boen
c;»n-d by faith. James A. County
Aw»«f, Roaeburj, <»r., *a* n«t owred by
faith, but by Acker"# Blood Elixir. He tajr*:
; "I have derived so much benefit by takinc
Acker'® Blood Elixir that I uahesita
t-ndorse it a# a medicine of uun«aJ reliabili
ty. I nrre all who may he afiSieted with
disorders <»f the !.u*»d to give this moat ex
cellent remedy a fair trial, because I am
"ure. aft**r doing so. they will corroborate
this statement of mim* ami thank mr for
making it." This wonderful i.Vn-l nixir
m sruarauU-ed and sold bv A. B. rTEW
[ ART ja-H lv
JAPAN BAZAAR.
Ia» part em aa4 WMetak Dealers
—is—
Pine Japanese Goods,
Siik tioodk EmhrchtlfriM, Ornament* and
Carina. The choicest articles all at
the Joweat price*.
Hopkins Electric tight Cuitdine. Fmrt «f.
WACHONG&CO.,
CHINA TEA STORE.
4 LI- KINDS OP TEA IHRECT FICOH
. \ ( hlua. Use Mirrt and le*?, from r# eta
to fa- per pound. opium. hsnd
kereiiirfc aad Jspm*.—*? Jfsln >, serv c?>rap.
Bfick stoee. curser Tfelrd and Washington
Sii?
MGaa Pnrate iMiij
TIOTiJE, COR. MARIOS AM. FK«ST
II .-u. ftw ttreg us.Mi. Board by a»y,
wtik or SKJOttL Elys
i suKsmumHT \
GUARANTEE
| Incorporated UK.)
RECEIVE RAVENS M AXT AMOCNTS
from ofM dollar upwards. and allow vn
• terest tkcmo. Montr loaned upon la
; peered In and city n*i olale.
KIU or DOtaCTPBt:
LiQGH A J. HI NT President
DR. T. T. MINOR Vice President
KDW B. DOWNING T*-«rer
GEORGE H. HEILBP.ON Sewtary
DAVID N. BAXTER. J. a LOWMAN.
THE
FIRST UTIOML KM
OP SEATTLE,
TCRMMPJT*
Paid-up Capital, $150,000.
6B9MK W. UUB, J. MWtrUIOW
fnifcrt. (Ml«r.
General basking business transacted.
Shrhtand telegraphic eirhaiirr payable
in all the principal cities of the United
State* and Europe
state* imi Europe
MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK
OF* SEATTLE.
TRANSACTS GENERAL BANKING
business.
BI*YS and SELL EXCHANGE on all
principal cities. and israes LETTERS OF
CREDIT.
Girts COLLECTIONS special at lection.
COUtXSrO!>T>C3fT* :
National Park Bank. New York.
First National Bank. Chicacn.
Pacific Bank, San rrancism.
A Mclntosh. Pres. Feed Wiar>. Mauaser
C. P. STt.se, V.-Pres. Assam lUbkek. Secy.
Seattle Safe Depoait and Trcst Coapaar
Paid-tip capital. 1100.000 j,H
Dexter Horton& Co.,
BACKERS,
Incorporated IS>7.
CAPITAL, $200,000.
; President W. &. LADD
; Vice H«siM A. A. DRSST
; Manager. J- P. iIoTT
Cashier B. F. Baiiies
QIGHT EXCHANGE A SI) TELEGRAPH
O 1c transfers on New York. Chicago, St.
Paul. 3an Francisco, Portland and various
points iu Washington, Oregon and British
Columbia.
Sight Bills of Exchange on London, avail
able elsewhere in Europe.
Collection* made at all points on favor
able terms.
Bond*, stocks and other vaiuatfies receiv
ed on deposit for safe keeping.
BAILKY GAruRT, t j E. P. FERRY,
President. | Vice President.
J. FI RTH, Cashier.
PCGEF SOUND NATIONAL BANK
OF SEATTLE.
OCCIDENTAL BLOCK.
AND SEIX FOREIGN AND DO
mestic exchange, transfer money by
telegraph to any part of the United States
and Europe, recei , - e deposits of money and
isaue para books or certificates therefor.
CO RRESPONIIENTS:
London. N. M. Rothschild A Sous
Paris. De Rothschild Freres.
Frankfort. A. M„ L. Vou Steiger A Co.
New York, agency of Bank of California.
' Chicago, Commercial National Bauk.
Boston, Suffolk National Bauk.
San Fraucinco. the Bank of ralifomia.
. Portland, the Pint National Bank.
PEISER'S
Tintype Gallery;
Second Street, next to Peiser'i
jePHf Art Htutlio*
MONEY TO LOAN
ON IMPROVED BUSINESS PROPERTY j
by the (k-rmaa Strtlgi and Loan Soef- j
etjr of San Francisco.
B. GOLDSMITH.
A sent, 114 Fir*? street,
}e2l m Portland. Oregon.
HOBBEB FOE SALE
0. H. HOLCOHB,
HAS OPENED A NEW SALE STABLE ON
the alley, south of Langston's Liverv.
where he ha* on hand a fine selection of
horsei, and will receive order* for any elan
»>f horses de»ire»i. if not In stock, mill tf
\|ONEY TO I.OAN-ON REAL K-TATK,
M chattel mortgage or personal security.
Note*, mortgage, etc., bought. (». E. MIL
- I*EU, broker, lift* j, James street, opposite
Occidental. jvj'j
"ELLENSBURC ROUTE
Tacoma, Ellen*burg Coneoaullv Uail
: way & Navigation Company, tike *
deal ami convenient line into the famous
CONCONUULY MINKS
Ctrwwwwily known a* the "Stlnofl L.M r
Mines"), In okanocran county. Washington .
Territory, and all river point* on the Upper j
Colombia river, liiir eonntrv. l,ak«-
.Chelan. Wenafchie and Methow Valleys,
stages of this line will leave EHensburg on ,
. and after Wednesday, July I*. twice a week,
connecting at Port Eaton (32 miles east)
with steamers on the rolnmbia river ply
ing between that joint and points on the
Columbia and Okanogan rivers, where
stages will make direct connection with
Conconully and Ruby City, iu the heart of
the mining district*. Until further notice 1
rate* will he as follow» From Ellenshurg
to mine*— Passenger fare. sls; meals on
boat: 60 cents; freight, per ton, |3O. For
further information apply to general ofßce,
1106 Pacific avenue. Tacoma. W. T. jyis
NO OTHER RAILWAY IN THE
NORTHWEST
HAS FACILITIES EQUAL TO THE
Wisconsin Central Line for transporta
tion of freight and passenger* between »L
Paul, Minneapolis or A*hland and Milwau »
kee or Chie*go and points East and «k>uth. |
THE PEOPLE OF SEATTLE
Are nrged to five this new and popular line
a share of their patronage.
For full information, lowest current rates,
berths, Ac., apply to any agent, or addres*.
11. S. IELLER, JIS. BARKER.
Gen. Manurrr. Gen. I'ant.A Ticket Ajtt-
MILWAIKEK.
GEO. S. BATTY.<»etwfr*l Wwtera Asp-nt.
IS Wellington »t_. t'wftl«»4.Or.
STE.IMER CL.IR.I BROWN
I EAVES TKLEB'9 WHARr FOR TA
A Mill. Oiymj.l, a*'l bit fkimtara at 7
a. m. trtry lioudaj, Wcdnewlay and Fri
day.
R'-tor-jln*. Wtf> -belton. Bit Skuoknm
at 7 a. m. ereryTtiwday, Thu:~;»r a»J Sat
arttay.
DAY BOAT.
Fast Itouur
W. K. MERWIN,
} cier'» wh*.-f for
Whatcom
At ; a. m.. t-a*r hinj? «t C linton. Holme*
Mraif, CottpwiJ-f, Ctaalady, Laaonmr.
Sarai>h ai»«j ittanehans**, «?very Tue*dat,
Tiiarvlay and .^nturday.
freight (K ra*»a?e aj-T'ly at W
■**. A T. < o. v oflW, y»»ltf n wharf.
Excursion Tickets.
Parties holding round trip
tickets. Northern Pacific
Haii road issue, ran exchange
same for retnrn via the
Canadian Pacific Kail way,
upon application to
E. W. Mc(iIN.MS,
myl3tf Agent C. P. K'y.
fafflt, Lata Skm k total
faftwj CfMy.
CHANGE OF TIME.
i\S AM) Arm SCVDAY, MAT »T*.
V " MH, and until farther noßi*, train*
win ran m per «cbr.}rc.V below. cornier tin*
X Cnkw Bay witft «<*mrr« »a Lake Wash
ington. and at Oilman with «ta?f to and
tron Fall City and Hay Ranch.
Faaeucn kaviox Seattle atlJlaa. ran
reach nil City and H»p Rawk asr ens
ia?, and by leaving latter poin: by itwc In
aaorniD* ran reach SeatCr at *J» p. m
saute day.
"A" daily.
"B" daily eirept Pwlt
; srrt.ro: >t:l>«irt*n
; = Tra»; Tnaina.
\i 6 A # A Ik : B
Leave Utt Lve»Lre Ltt
>a.m. a rv p.m a.m.
Seattle t l.»».*l» 7 »
Smith's Cove. ( ) S! ! •'« 3 10 7 ."*
R,w>. 5 9 :A\ * -t 1M T 54
Edeewater. * 9 *. »» S tf.l #
Cnson Rav. S 10 O W OB S.» » 10
Kareca I*ark. 10 1 »,» IS
Keith s U 10 WOO 16 2-4»1 » »
Terence.. tf 10 40iArrr Arrv j Anr
Wayne. a »-30 . .
Winsor 22 ".0 V-j
We*t Coast Jnnetn s: U Id 5
York. S
Redmond.. Mil ft
Adelaide X ..
Mooohon 5* ' 1 .
liilman lepml
Arrive | ta apj
Wrstwml Honnti.
I SCI Suburban Thro
=| Traiii* Trad
■i| 1 B S B 5 A 5 A
Leave I Lve': Lve Lve Lve
tfiiaian t 0 S 10
Monob.cn s I.
Adelaide » .1. j.
Rcdatotid. I- 4©
York. V>
West Coast Jnnct'n Ish 4 30
Wiesor -« 4 40
Wayne. 21 4.45
Terence 24 4.55
Keith'*. 6l .« » 545 5.» S-6
Haven* Park. re s » 2 .'■o ■> a> 5.30
t'nion Bay « ».K> 2 V>
Ert*e water. ss S iS S.Oi 5 «2 5.42
Row. :!7 ¥ 4* 3 » 5 W 5.46
Smith's Cove :» S.V 5 3 13 5 .V aSO
Seattle 12 9 15 S.SS « 1« 6 10
Arrive Arrv Arrv Arv Arrv
M. K. JUNES, W. J. JENNINGS,
Train Dispatcher. ti. FA l\ Agent
W. K- THORVEI.L. Manager.
PUGET SOUND SHORE R. R.
Time Table, Taking Effect
Sunday, May 27,1888.
Leave. Arrive.
Taeoroa 44a a.w. 9:10 p.m.
Taconia (tttixedr .ISy.m. 12:iS>p.m.
Stock Junction v mix'd).>r2s p.m. *:00 am.
jCoaDitt* with the N. P. H. R. for Port
ia ud and the Kant.
•Connects with N. P. R. R. for Portland
T. J. MILS Kit, Manager
COLUMBIA I PUGET SOUND
RAILROAD.
Time Table, Taking Effect
Sunday May 27, 1888.
Trains arrive and leave Seattle a* fol
lows:
Leave. Arrive.
Newcastle and way j 7:15 a.m. 11«V> a. m
stations (mixed) \ 12'45 p.m. 5:35 p. m
Franklin and w'y sta { *7:00 a. tu. •2:30 p. m
station* * p.m.til "00 p. m
•31ixc«t. K'oaJ.
T. J. MII.NF.r..
Assistant Stif>erinlendenL
rujirnuirinirui.
NEW TIME CARE
For trains and steamer* arriving and
departing from
Celambla I Paget Sound Railroad Co.'s
Depot, foot of Uaiu St., Seattle, W. T.
Pacific Coast Steamship Co.
SOUTHERN ROUTE.
Steamships MEXICO and UMATILLA
carrying Her Britanlc Majesty's mails, will
Mil /rum Broadway wharf, San Francisco,
at 9a. m , every Friday. Keturuiug. leave
; Seattle at 1 p. m. every Friday, and Port
Towtuend in tl>e afternoon.
ALASKAN ROUTE.
G. W. Elder, Jnue 21 Ancon June 4, C. W.
Elder June IS Ancon Julv 1. G. W. Eldet
July U, Anton July 30, <i. Elder August
13. Ancon A ugu*t 27, G. W, Elder Septem
ber 10, Ancon September '24.
For freight aud pawnee apply to agent al
Columbia A I'uifet Sound Kailroad ofti.-e.
In effect February 2Mb and until further
notice.
TIIK GIIKAT
TRANSCONTINENTAL ROUTE.
Northern Pacific
RAILROAD.
VTA TH*
Cascade Division. Now Corn
plated, Making it tine Short
eat, Beat and Qoiokeat.
The Dining Car line. The Direct Ronte.
No Delays. Fa*te?it Train*. Lowest Rates
to Chicago and all i*uiits East. Ticket#
•old to all prominent Points throughout the
East and Southeast. Through PttUman
Drawing K<*»m Btaepin* Cars. Kcaerra
tions can im secured in advauce.
To Kill H«an.J Passengers:
Be careful and do not make a mistake,
but be sure to take the
Ncrfa Pacific Hailrsad,
And see that your tlrket reads via. thli
line. St. Tanl or Minneapolis to avoid
Changes and serious delays o*-ca»i«ued by
•Ihcr routes.
Through emigrant Sleeping Cars ran on
r.'rular express trains full length r.f the
line. Berths free. Lowest rates, quickest
time.
tirarral I Hire of the loaipaay, Xo. t Wash
lagtoa St., Purtlaatf, Oregon.
A. D. CHARLTON, AartOen. Paw Agt.
So. I Washington St. Portland, Or.
__ W. B. SPENCER.
A. CHlLBEItof* Seattle, Wharf.
Tic ket Aft'nt. HMftl#.
JT< K«ri Agent.
TO SAH FBANCiSCOTIAL
»T WAT or THB
Mem Pacific Company's
IRISHES.
THE MT. SHASTA ROUTE,
Quicker in time tb*n auj- other route be
tween
Seattle and San Francisco.
LEAVE SEATTLE DAILY AT 4 P M
ARRIVE IN HAN FKAXCBCO, 7 40 A. M
Thr*a«li Tim* K*rl;-».i(tt Knit.
Tbc Grand riceaic route ot the Pacific ('out
PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS.
Tomrict SlMpI«( Can
For wc<■ mt; h x! a ti<»ii 0 f <-Uum> t*s*en- '
fern attached to expreaa train*.
For ticket* «n.l other Information rail on
A. < HILRERQ.
Ticket Agent, Seattle. W. T.
, .. „ _ E. K m*iER-S,
A*»l«t. Gen. Freight and I'ui. A cent
R. K'tEHi.EE, Mtiiirfr
Caoadiai Pacific NaTiiadoi Co.
(LIKiTKI).)
STEAMER
I* HEM I E It
BOUND SOUTH.
T. L * " l ~ mmvr.
V "^ MT 7- Tbniwlar '
4 Tu':r«.a, ij»i2 A M rmlav " "*1 r. t«
Town*nl Mou.iaj -teattU-. Kridar i n< J
. a P " Tuv-Uj ,2iw • m
wtue. «;„) Taroau. Fri-lajr «n.|
' W«oT:e«U> linoou
boukd T/orth.
- *' . ti: r.i\T/ ,
Fr AT"' '** - y TSwUf and
... "V m Friday .uo p m
Townoend. We<
rcrwi;»en<), Wc4a „■ Vancouver VcdnM.
4 falnrdav K> 4in day 4 riabiy *«■ In
DAYS OF DKi'ARTCRE FROM -EATTIJJ
~ ■?V r : I " w ' , »7* "i- l "atuniaviu
5 V ! '"V W. AT SEATTLE,
in-' :* T # Am J Fri<i»yg.
t h i \ A O'BtUES. lUwter.
- J '** *«"'»> /»«»«? C A k \
NOTICE. — ~
f '"AN' KOK BERTH.—PARTIES WiSH
»'!' i"'". f* T" r? * of tfce "easier Ree
■ t»i .t. fecr, *bc« aot •rn2tc< J «.? If* r
lißftea £ MB Hi.', wharf. 11 "
ie» la A. r. *iALULVG. Matter.
Tom Talk Brwtwaj faMst
(IMiT ««**» Sandar*.> 2g
orrwAßn.
***** , <7S ?j3
Comer Fram and Cherry s STIA r
_£ :: ■ s-fgj
«—t'oaeb« for sr.e Hirhland*. UrowSl
Tftwr and East End . J
Wa theater Mffhta a roach «H1
foo» of Markm itjwi ■: tb* <■!«*• M rha -
(on»«a<v.
K<T( KMNI, ■»■
7rnn«
Broadway A Madison » '
~ Z n *m « »"aij
: : " i' j3 53
I? ael Ta! •
Z Z Z '
I* -*•!>«
" SVI«J|
" H | | QQ *>•
Sotc.-Leaviu« U>urw,»»l Terrace ' 1
•a. a. ir. a. ■.&&
On Sunday* a -oarb will leara rrm ■
hoar.mramrnrlDcal* Wn rMvka.m riv
Bin* through to the ■. reetery aad
the Turn Yerein pirate rmunda t*2
coach will leave the cemetery at N M KaL
STEAMER JUEEfWOroT^
FAST TIME FOR
Seattle. Taeoauk Stellaennin UrNesTi
Maud and Olympta.
SUMMER TIME TAKJk
GOING—DAILY, EX' EFT ? .\TTRItC«L
Leave Olympia. -Ham
Arrive Tacoma tjj.*
Leave Tacoma. QJ - ™
Arrive S'attic 11 <#»S
RETTKSISG:
I .cave Seattle 12 ;» 2 .18am
Arrive Tiroma T.'.so Sunday ». ( JOd&
Leave Tafotna S:M t-tiu<iav«. : Kia
Arrive Olympia. «:» »:ndaiv > icJZ
Ouly boat mating Hnnnrll rit>" oti .-uaalta
MEALS OS BOARt>, " Sj
GEORGE rrwrra i M 5
Steamer Skagit Chief
J EAVES SEATTLE. muM Y»!LW*
J Wharf. every Sunday m.tru ; ng. en aJe. .
f'>r limmuf, touching *t i liutoa,
Sunn, Stanwood ami Clsa'.ady.
Returning Monday*.
Lutm every rharsdav morning nn tida.
ranching at Cliati-n.C< apevtilt t tsa'aiy
Laconncr, Friday Harbor and Koeie ijS iv
bor.
Krtnrri'.ne Fridavs.
For lodge*. public . r private •vrarstaM
special rates will be gives ou o^pliruioa.
For (rvlgfct and rat.-s applv on tvard. w
to HENRY BAILEY. Master.
CaDadiaQ Pacific
RAILWAY.
THE TKUB
TRANSCONTINENTAL ROOT!
BETWEEN"
THE PACIFIC AND THE ATIAUK,
ITS PAS»EX«ER EyI'IPMEXT 13 TH*
finest In the world, consisting of Luxwt-
OIU Sleeping Can, bavin* drawing, sack
ing and bath rooms: ' omfi -table and
* loan Colonist Can. with Free fOatieti*
Bertha for hoMers of second rlaan tiekcS
' and the moat mmterti sS\ le of day mathMt
Ita Dining Cars and Hotels provide tkt
best quality of food In unlimited quantity
at reasonable rates.
The Variety and Grandeur of Sraimj
along itn line is unequaied, and tn th*da
tails of track, train service, etc., nothing la
omitted tbat can add t» the Safety and
Comfort of its patrons. All In all. It give*
the best and most srrvleabie line of travel,
whether for business or pleasure, betwwo
Portland, Taeoma. Seattle. Victoria and ail
Paelße Coast Points. and Winnepeg, Mla
neai»ll». St. I'snl, Chicago, St. I ..uU, otta
wa, lf>rout<i. Montreal, Beaton, New York
and all Eastern Cities.
Tkroagfc Tickets air Issued to aH rrl«M
Points la the lotted States, facade
dad Karwpe at Lowest Kates.
For detailed information apply to the fol
lowing agents of the compauy:
C. (i. SU-CORD,
li Washington »t. Portland. Or.
E. W. MitiINNENS, Seattle, W. T.
K. E. ELLIS. Tacoma, W. T,
D K. BROWN,
District Freight and Passenger Agent,
Vancouver. B. C.
Correapondence respect fnlly solicited.
0. R, & KCO.'S
STEAMERS
\\-ll.r. LEAVE SEATTLE CITY DOCK
vv daily. except Sundays, forTacomaat
Sa. m., i-i-10 a. m. and 3 :#)p. in. Sunday*
at la. m. and 3:30 p. in.
For Victoria—Daily, exsept Sunday, at
Ua.IL
. Far Olympia—Daily, except Sandav, at
L!:39a. in.
For Whatcom Sunday, Tuesday aad
Thursday, at 11 p. m.. Moudav Wednesday,
and Friday at 9 p. m.
Touching at intermediate pointa on all
routes.
W. 11. HO IX "OMB, Geul. Manager.
C. W. JOHS9OS, Superintendent.
A L. MAXWELL.
UenL Pass, and Tfcket Agent
ED. TONKIN, Local Agent,
City Hock.
STEAMER W. F. MUNROE,
(Carrying IT. 8. Mail.)
Leaves Seattle for E<lm»uds. MukllteO,
Marysville and Snohomish
I>uil>-, except Munduy.
For freight or passage inquire on board
or at Yesler wharf.
C. 1). BROWXFIELI). Manager.
OEQRC.E 11. Foster -Agent S-.attle.
Washington Steamboat traaspw
* lalioa Company.
CARRYING THE U. 8. MAIL.
SEATTLE-PORT TOWRSEND ROUTE.
ANDEBftOX OK EDITH WILL
O run daily between Seattle and Port
Townsend, leaving Seattle at 100. iq . loach
taw at Port Madison, Port Gamble and Port
Ludlow. Kctnraiag—Leave PortTowusead
daily (except Sunday) at 8 00 a. in.
SEATTLE-WBATCOI ROUTE.
Steamer Washington leaves Seattle, Sua
day, Tuv-wJay and Thursday at 9 ynnt. t
toti< hint? at Oiuton, CoupevHle. <>a£ Har»
tor,! tsaia.ly. Iji/fiTim r, Artaforrtw. Um roei,
Saminii, Kairhaven, HdUnKham azxl Be
honjc. Return!njf - U«v.n WbaUom Mac*
aay», Wednewlaji and Friday* at 5 p. o.
SEATTLE-SKAGiT RIYER ROUTE.
Meamer City of Qniney leaves Seattle for
Skagit River and way ports Monday and
and mornings, returning l u'*iay»
For fr lght and passage apply at compa
ny • office on Yuler's Wharf.
I SPINNEY
<sc CO.'S
PRIVATE DISPENSARY.
319 ChumnUl itrMt >wr
Jaektoa, iMttl*, W. T.
All chronic Diaeawa of MEM and WOMB*
• uoiMfuUr treated
t/WT MA N HOOD, smniw ajfi] Cbjtlcfll
IVblUty. Exbaaatad Vitality, eemloal
weakur**, Spermatorrhoea,
Gonorrhoea, Gleet, BrpfciJlj«, Premature De
run*;, Wttkneui is Wonien, ami all Fuim?-
Uoiial l*rrangtftneuttthat result from youth
ful fol!!et or exeeas In after y»»a/«.
URINARY *MBNR, and Kia<i<ler trouble*
Weak fca«-k. Gonorrhoea. tileet
tryntiti*. Varicocele, Htrtftuic, t-u-. jrompl
ly an«l safely mred No na««»eou<i medicoM
given, d<»r fltroa; Injecture njrf-d, wfclel
CUM strlctnre. < reanonai Jc.
NERVOUS}*- X R." R V: <"V' ,C,BL^
»p«n«lrncy. ctc M tic.,cerel
YOiJMO SEN ;'r ™ •■■■■ f
•;■ i.VW"
ton, * .on' * avail ui »u treat
ment, the urta; si U*oo ever *aiil at t!: • ai
tar oi fraffering humanity. Wl'i £u«rantee
a i**lUve cure In evemea*?
Hiddlt-tted M*n Th * *** «•»* trouw<4
® vU With too evac
uation of the bladder, a< Mfn|4*ni?d by •
smarting or burning mutation. on vmzalil'
•lion the orine dej-wn:* a v«li:n« nt Bad
soroetiiaea album en la present. Tb«* cokn
vane* from a bright or re«Miih to even a
i*, tl>€ pdU-'t. ?.<-*atteaJt«
entity «»f toe •>enm iu a aasn.r be cms: not
account lor This is the serood *ta.?«» of
ftimlaal wcaiaeea, Many <li* of !h:.i
culty, ignorant of ft* cause. A perfect <rttre
and healthy restorations traarauuvti.
boor*, a. m. to ui.. 7toß pu
in.
N. P.- Mptfh'e to *i*rit aa may be
treated at tlvoir homo* by
Medicines and inatnictious aent by mail or
ex prim CouanitaUou free.

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