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" WmtlmmaA, tmikliiiK. TmjUx
•STjia, Main*- . watt dw «o r<oVi*f
■lite tlhrr» »rn. tOArrmm rSuun»»!
! Mil rl-.t tin niA »Mi« rtojw! a*
JMWMa at 3 rrmttiaSKM to powilwreuJ
•sa-'Kft c«t. __________
#owr years agr> '« oJ th« ,r •"*
peper* of 80-toa apport'-d ©evtiand j
Mad two Waim Tni- year »«P i
port Hjm»« *n l Us."' I1?vel»r- i.
A Judy contributor *a*jp" <te that the j
proposition to ornament tic- city with
•hade iwi tie taken op by M* I*'""
Ibe jfaggpwiiii'i i» altogether a ®ood
one. Already the larJW" are arranging
ti provide the cily wit-i a publ:
library
A certain ptlllkun of tiif Northern |
Partite ring ba- *tated that tbey will j
nominal* eaoogb «wiWr« of Hn
Df it legislator* to ** ure re«K»*al of
the Territorial capital from Olymw
to North Yakima; am) f irther, thai!
#»efi In ThbMtM cctnty the) will
Tjuniiu.it*' men, who, if not positive! y
(avnraKu to tin aebeme, will be only
Jofcewarni in opposition toil it re
main- |p lr *een. if
"managers will I* able "rfelivei
th< good*.
The hovsa-eoniintl o! Mr liianw i* to ;
be made tin' oo'4«i'»» o; a grand reeep
tion unlcr ti«' allspices ftf Vwft|
Men* Republican f,lu!» of he* York
city. Informally accepting thr prof
fared attention. Mr Biaine wrote
"I am profoundly gratified by your j
moot kind and gonwo is wlcomr
bat I hop >ll will l» f simp!
«fi inegpcn-ivo M poailble." in'
apito of thl- injunction, however, the )
young wen arc preparing to ih> tlie j
thißK "in ahape."
The injunction i«ued in New York .
on Friday, stopping work on the pro-j
jhim'i! O. 11 A K. branch line* in '
Washington and Idjlto Terrikide •, i.-.
not likely t<> prove a matter :
The oagaKenn nl known a< the Joint
Laaxe. upon which the complainants
r»ly. wit! not, it i< Itelierad, ataitil iiie
teat of legal ini|tiiry. but will at <»m« lw
det-iiireil of no i ~-J< t It •< in
prohatilr that the «uit wa» brou ght for j
the p.irp .. in' H. illi ».-n t»
the Joint l*a*i- which hi* I'lread)
practically ixcn xet a«nle by the action
of the parties to it In any ev«nt the
work now in progress will not !w
•topiKil (or more than a few day*.
Tlie VkrcUnd puparx lire alarme I :
at the arvat number of prominent
Oemotrati who art) abandontiK their
party on anount of ii« free irtde In r
eaiei, ami the .V«» t alii altcntion t<
the feet that the alleged iKlitit in tin
betting are rapuily div>p)>raring An
BlMiurd attempt ii nnuie t > otlaet the
tlefvetiaiio from the niinocitMc rank •
by puhiithing the namet of Uefiubli
cam who declare that tliey will not
Tote (or Harrtvm There i • tliitdUfcr
ence lictwtien the coneerteil l>etm>-
crat" atul Ihn KepulUican ix'ivnt'
namely, that Uic formtr arc men of
character and affiiir . while the latt. r
are nearly all old M ;>,•« ,iiip-. bitter
•ncmiet o' llialin- in Ktl, who<c for
ntal renunciation of the KepuhM an
party at tbia time i« "imply riillctiloua
At the annual convention ««f the
AMcrn an Asportation of Wmlo v
Mamtfai turevi in Sew York 11. 1..
Bo line.of Philadelphia, *>« re elc-1 • I
president. Tluitna- Wrislituian, of
PilMmrr, vice prv i eat, and Wiiitam
of Pitt-t'Orc, treasurer The
laat ytar, a to Pre* !enl I'll
dine's report, brought the li>we«t
priced foreijtn product »*yrr knuwn
ttatoe the reiluction of h t the presi
dent ' report >' ite>l. t»lli ill rej'i t<
ahow that the last four years' imp>rt<
tn i'i i tb
©yer a million lieyon I the pr
Coding fOIU Jr'rs ;:>!,•■ ti, ~ i .in
higher tariff. Ihe increase in rcyenu ■
to th'> f 'Tt-rnin- 't therein l>a I !>■ <- i
»1 No''.imc was flged for la'
ginninu t!» i •
men ■i .. M*
close up ilieir imluKtrj
AM AWAKKMMU l> riHM r.
Tlirri' bix- <<xHt for ln-lli-i
ing that there wilt lx> n gfiimne u|>
he»v«l tn Kran<« s< * rviult of thr . <•!
of tlw IViun* (intl hi>ii >- It
linn t>«en r«tims»ttHl th.il fully i>iu
trnlli of Oir rnttri' «■!
VrMtr* ha« a |w- miary n>Urr»t in the
canal. There is not a v mhirh
tia« ih»* contributed to the entrrpriv
l*ca*ant», trtilc*iurn. uic hail..
(ttrkl, »bo|' Rill ■ ererj Uxly h*« t-orne
forwariltOtakeshKk.hu.> k>ttrr> t .
•t».or in «iiiie»av leud rt i. tt i
great umltrtakinK Th<' ronllilent of
the K rench peopk* In M <te
ha<, until recently, never I«een ikett
ilia «UvTf*ji with the Sue* snal h «
le«l them to believe that nothing was
too ififfinijt ot accom|4.i*«hft»»T:t i- r
him ami milli-mi of hmleartuHl
franc* have W |v are»i
Into the great e;:.:im»« rN la«» t«« ; k
in the eolo-tal ditch Mw'v? N«*rt*i
and South America
There of an awakening
at however, and
U»e thousand* who are tf«terv<*!r\| in
tl»e *u hem*- are Weinninjel(* f' !, >
the true < •n-ht of » f !"» \
consequence, mora ui*V. ulty i> e\j>e*»
enml year hjr year in pi % i> 1« Cor
the continuation tif the work. The
»uYvh--ripCion-* have tally fallen ofT
a-* lit to l>e fron the follow injf
taUe
Vrttf Ot"- \ 1 j
t«M

\+*~ :u *» 4MO
ta\s v i.(***. - ah u
t«** >.i\ .:•»,©.«•.t*v» *v **
A rtUNon for i - to I
found in the fa t that pa aphiew Hnve
been scattered t)*ro :jrhout the • •>mt r v
ahowint? the real ai ni . m.- \
doite in the way »ft : v V V e
p tear fit rate i>f prtifre** . I
yet t»l»e a* compiHio It i- \
i;rveal.4e rea*!tnjr for th whn have
put
uf a
French men *•? * f« v*-r: o:
oi |4an the a^; v
don men t of the canal:
xnoutitaln ran t - yet to le pierced: of
IV Lv rM|»- promi e* that caral
would he fiaiab«Hl in IBjpf* then 1» :
and nosr K>! *4 Ute in)p>svil4tity - 1
compleun U>e Maritkm in
aide of four yeara; of the haMn#
iSogeL£?» tyfldßUftM «»-4
w fact, a mo -t «UR3»; re-!
/~.t ti «»f rfi*»S*l brevrtoe» <sf (xctb aad ( '
nsmiHakahle efefcaaery Mid 4ceei..'
AtJ thl» ha- opefied their rrr - T.
tSena a mast ««eiis TOeritaH*
and elieti it oe- «r« the m»-*ea, 11 th»*
*r< of the ■«!!- ewnimt, liap?t«aa.f
na' ir* a» <* «H. will rif taut ery 'hat!
lb*; hare Jxr-fl larteayed.
ri'.nrn TI-IN «' i.n:* *">
Kree in ttgviing, that «be tar-|
if, doe not alfet sr« are t-'ten a«k
! in?, "How » it that wage' in Esflan i
I B«4er fre* tr*-te ar - bijrhrr
| «ierrj<atj* na>ler prw«ecti-n* T>w
[ natation i« eaatly *n-we«*i. and In the .
i mwrt (Crr't way-namely that they t
i a•<- pot higher fjern.-as; made a *1"~ j
a»» ffW" W> r -«b frw Irakis
mwh u> the profit of KagWf
. 1979 #ht* oblifwd to ret irts to .
I t*ctkm A* a **al.
! ifoti
wofM, «n i H±x lailntto hsvt
' iletobpul worA+rinM?, «n*t lb"
jin *II <A them h*r*> \nrr*tm4L
in ft *n? trad* (termmny wrr* txnd& AA
edty !a*r*r tfcan to i (w tra4e E l !
h it ti n*Ur the lagetft
j botfft oyrrhilly In Oti
. j«*n w>rk* aft i mafiUffe
fwm §079 to tk iJKitiw in
irvfr 1.1 pur fOtii.; ffOM to.
, t*9B it »*« owtr if prr ; frron
\U> oft? 11 per tbe«*>
w*ipp x>v«fi»p4ojr««nl to 151 Wfi pet- J
HOD«, AFTER fire jntni of protocttoft !
t frav work - s
! m*n, »H<MK<* AN OF -13 |*R
r«it, of tl» - Rtfinbtr employed. *hil*
i the CoUl of mooihty *hv! hi
i St |»«r cent
IV niMirfa tore of felt hit U an
ioatir r *h iwinjr what pftrte tion h#«
<io!ie fur tbr roa»trjr Prt:»r t« IS7T*
Rrigt&ntl pon»e*-'i<j»ti of tlie tier
w*n market ami etpr>rtfHl to that-
<nr&r half * million <«4t hat-
With Uif aM of tlie tariff o i ISW th*-
i in*n «Urtorf of bat- ba'* het'iwwe *nj
im\ K*rt«nt \mdmtry in Berlin. The
Herman itr* kftVi not only
j driven ihr Eog'Uh jpoO(h almost aau
tireiy (Kit of the market, hut liny have
1 boiit up a exyairt tra*i«, raij?eii
j the waj?e* paid in tiM industry ami re
i tlsieeti the ocmlOf the artit-l«* U>the **on
<Germany one? controU*l linen
| marltol* t»( the worW. Great Briiaut
\ fitted them from ber, ami nothing
! remained but a home market, made
• profitable in Uii>- particular instance by
• pfoteetlon. Half a century ban elapeei I
' nitice Knßland adopted free tradi*. but
in the manufacture of linen *he ha>
1 fallen behind* while Germany ha* ron
•t intly forge i abea«l l>urinK thr la«t
twenty five yeart the linen induatrv in
j the Utter country h.k* increased ."WO
j per cent , while in it ha"< de
the export-* of linen fronj t de
cre.i-ed steadily year by year until in
I*B* They Kiere le-* than half the
of 1872.
That (Jermany ban l*ecn benefitnl
!by protection evidenced by the re
markable groath of her varied indu*-
in every part of the empire.
That her faith In the prtdective •*> -tem
li,-* not abaken, i-ut on the contrary
liivootinjc *trunner and stronger. < an
lie infevre«t from the following extra- *
' i from a report o( Mr .HtrAchey, the
' Kngli*b at Dresden:
The polltleat of tb«- rmptre,
tU*» hi«be»t perMtfk«l tr.fhu .it r*, the
ptkwerfnl lndtt>trfal an4mwutm , iai fimvs
of the prior i»r* m t iirrjfi. % all #r*
jon the vidf of U»e rxintinu mteni Tbe
belief i» widely diffused that the f»r»iT of
is 7 > mv(i4 Uerman; from a ruin, mid
lli»f iti»' rxopirv i* now on the ro««t to In
| dn«trta> creatuca*, perhaps to the #uc**er
»io» i»f that hegemony wbteh (ircrt BrtUlo,
It H tb«>uitUt. «i»w with ilifhrulty hot<t« n»
hun I* Pri>teett«>n m the national «ir.
Sr vfill not tn* .h \* t-<l \>\ » r
f however a-vtjr»U'ly dedated froiu
he nxiomt of wfentiftc floetriae.
Mntr, Httrnt nn«l l>umh.
(Waabington Letter.]
i'hi" ri 1 minded it<«r Palmer of
the once made V>v a colored
man tn -v Michigan itite «M>nvention
when he moved to "odjottfn >tne tin*
till 12 o\*«M.k to morrow morning/* It
a!«<» re\ alia the motion made by l>c!
: ford, of t'idoraulo, in the hou>e. "that
c(inpfx a>ijount aine die." Of cour--
the motion w w followed by general
\! laughter, llelford rubl>eti hi-eyen and
*am "1 move tlu hou e do now ad
j- urn 1 e-.t nde " At t!u* there w a«» a
|>erfret upfoaron thertiKiro' ts»eh»c»*e
and tn tb galleries. Mr Ik*lfor»i ro-e
, I a* «000 at the laughter vea*ed and
>iiil ' M «S;r- iker, I move that s\c
}u>u purely arni aimplv ad|o inn." On
another o : a*lon H Übrd ] t *a
fellowmmber and. with »itbering
worn,exclaimed 'There h«* sit* mute,
ailent and dumb.' "Ye«," remarketi
1 « Hrtghhi»r llfluod'-i, ami i the
Kilenee which follower! tl»e eyuahing ar*
reign ment. "and be ain't * »vu»' a
word * That hroiiirht th»wn the K » : c
\ tI AI'I'T El Kill %NT
% Xuf|fl «f sut»r in Her |la« k
T^eth.
t Youth** i Uupanion.
The elephant < were treated to jrrrat
, hloek-* or whi« hi« brown
-U£ar »n one «»f it-« earliest *\A*
m> own elephant ral-*d her trunk and
opcne l her «|tteer looking mouth ines
pevtation of the u«ual «i*>nati u> itf a
few pn'ei of the *i*e of one'n ti*t. 1
. areiuth I between her back
teeth a lump kar^er than alninV head.
I ahall never forget the e\pre**"ion
t»? her httle eye> a- *he receive*! thi
delit ioU'* morsel kept her head
ras-«ed aloft to prevent tf»e juu - from
running out and the** dire«'te«l h**r
eve-* *h»wn t«» me.Heaminp with ele
phantine p « :"«»re She could not
"imi'ow tb»'* |-rire : »* -♦ t«• !>u* N>
could "«ha divide it, it wa«« too *tieltT.
All "he e<Htld do w >* to hoht it t sf»t
and mil h**r till it mHted. The'e
were do lhtlea* th** happiest n
of her life.
htu > or in i
\ * -'ll4ll v'tS'-'n pr« -eri * her tc:n
l*er when *he isi canning fruit /:«-*Am
i T^Lifia,
TV r< - a v«»: - vlifferenre K
!«re«'n liu-twiiiiii at hotiie anti
Hie - i m<' «Ur .m! I %ii*dr!pk>a iM'
Well -n .tear. «hat -hall I pre
jo'ltor Tour ! rt:.,ia, • -| m ,«re
.'.e r. 1 J!>'l Mi UeU. I hen 111
- . it»hv • ■
Wllhe . - v. ...
It t i V * tt'a' I '. ■- i«t». ~
father t« iu ih. ■■ hw c,., W i.
i «lt.—A>ie r«wt >
R .v»( |tr.-wn:ns''* I •• a-e 1- mv
tranoiate.) »nte I: • • V .-rr.it
ni.*nv ■ fe*rviirinj! re,».i> -. i f
vth > 1 the\ »- ■ 41^-,.L'. i J',
I im . -
C O John- Mi ; . .
ha* ek*oed nih h' • %j» «> •• rvj . -
Tkt* t*» l* ntore oi
Handed th «n a h <h handevi outrage
V- f;
Won,an : Work never ione Hie
re * n ».»f th?.* that «die h\re- a
ini r»H 4 « »do it Thi- may h* .» u.t\ *
t ~fe, hcrt the 3fern, x of eternal truth
The et--a;t How - \U . M J,fan
JR ? The la-t tame >on werr here von
, >ente*| H t -w>ri7 o; i r >
v mpN n ike a-\ n ! M J
Min- Well. VO* H n\h u - , lW
- - -ah
- U
A ' • V. -h , - » r;
e*» v -«! y :«j-wevtate - \jr? 10*41,1,»
«. ;* tier n«ot:-.. f. r- ,| the ,v *l.
»enl U ...u unmixed w;t. -ei:*ai'p.r- -
riiti n "Mamma.** >he watid tiie otiief
iiay ai i!.e f.,. , what a la .
««3ti aN»at »i«u it Ktiiif « pan* ls«t j
Mlkt. 'ft tut aii it, <t«arT"
sai,f v »t, were lh« mnir-1 gi:V- j
mother in W»*htnsto;i ')VwU j tW- i

ACROSS T i!? BOROER
a attn ctt*RTT AT m aiTt met w
Mtttrtaa loitllli.
Etrry Oa> r«wr<ahtiii| »r tlare
Tit»»s Xcw wmaitaif r JaMlaal
•t the rn»f»el Kailromi C«-
■M-tiow wltln
\V».»rwts«TS*. Joty ST.—Tbe
trip frortt sttle to Vaneoarw oa the
weii-sppviaftd steamer Prewier was
one f'Ji Oi" enJorißent The weather
was drii#ll U and the «r»atfy of the
lower So md -Ik-w«»i at si* h*j«t. The
ran «a- ma le in shout tweiTe boars
la-'Urtinf a 'top at Ttrwawwi. Th«.
Premier l» well «rifcce»rJ and provided
with a i «; th>- MUMem eoateerum-" -
i 'ijrtjj.il |> well kn xi. on thr
Vi.ind an eiperirn-«i aed ">mpi
tent master aru! Ham I.ip-ett the
ptirner, i»<>i>ti(ein* an«i a jreneral txror
-1 ite.
T«r. < a. ». Trawisrwn
Van Oliver, from l!ie water, present
'a rather -tr;t:ng app.-aranct The
-ite of th, .-ity i« <>ne of thr b-s! or,
l!«- > ,3St It *sk>[«e- ir. ntiy ttrwaril the
i»ay an i tbe town ha- many substan
tial aad vrrai »f>tai«e HMke'
Setri ttoe whoie rity -how. from tbe
water and it :• eafc 'dated to ►rtre a
new-if>«ueT an impre«
•ion oi it«Mte.
A jwrty oi t!>i»« ot u- »»'ure«l a ear
rtaip* ii>r a isrire up town. When we
(asked tbe ilrittt.on al>*!ittn«. »liat
'ue fare was Ue replied "t »b that -
all I don't rharfr An*ri an
anytnin/ It may i«e well U> <Kate.
b ,*ever. that we found no otb«-r riti
*e» «SJ eitrarajjaally di»h>yal. I«»r we
jiai i a!/out two prUwa lor '-serrth nf
else we pfft. VoKKtrer'a pnpuiati *n
is pr»t>atily nearly V»>« and is not
cr>.»in>r I > any extent at preaent. In
tact, thr t .wu is eulfermj: a -evere
■ iepre- um. Kreryone is <->u»plaining
; oi hard times, eyed to the whisky men,
and when the tatter chuw eantml make
■ a living in liritish CtiiuatUt. -"ii.*
thiivjr is wro.'is* \ aur nivfr \* the
, ii <e'iii;,'i'..s o: T.'.i" ' iti..,'iin I'a
i ill. railroad, but out-ide o t»»al its
! reaouree- are limited. There is a little
' I'ludjerin? and a *ery little febing.
Tb«* t ity has l*en built *o rapidly that
it lias largely outgrown itself anu stag
j nation and hard tunes i • the ine*it*l»e
; result.
The railmad company has pursued
the distinctive tana it an policy of
bringing men out from the Eastern
[H\>VIU< -s under <ontraet to do the
most oi tlie Aura. Tile wages are
tuiall, and with the ingh eoat of living,
! the laUiringclause- have hard scratch
m>f. 11 any of them attempt to break
meir contracts, they are brought up iu
: pjlice court aosi -uiitmarily dealt with
I was informed by a well-known eiti
/eii t!i»t tiirre were men in town WIHJ
hat! not had a iia>wurk all ssnnmer.
it; I ic crowd- of passenger* who are
~i ii.'iL- «e-twartl via the Canadian
I'aeit. . i«»t very iew -top in British
t'ol'iiiihu. Nearly all come to the
■ioand. In Vancouver rent- are still
niaintaiiml at a l>:gh figure, but 1 un
derst uid that many business men are
iin.i .U' to |H»> and are la-mg carried by
thr- .. --or - to keep up ap]* aranc( s
* ItKSKBTBD TO*!".
Twelve or thirteen mile- above Van
, > uver, at tlie bead of Hurrard inlet. is
the practically de -erted tow n of Port
Moody. Tiii- point »a- originally -e
li- U'.l lor ttn terniiuiisthe < anadian
Pacific. The dominion government
built tlie road and the government de
claml that IVrt Mo -iy should lie tlie
tentow, laMli WtCliiritt Tupper,
second only to Mr John A Macdonald
as 11 leader of the government, stated
in the ho us- of coumioiis that cwfu'
investigation ha«l proven that I'ort
Moody | os-» -isl ail oi tlie natural au
vanta.-t ■ of a -riiport terminus of a
trail ' ontinental railroad, and that the
government eador-c i the ,-ieiection
iii.uie by its agent On the stri'iiith
of -uch positive declarations from such
high -'Hint a large amount ot money
»«■ inve-te.l at tiiat point l.ater oii,
some land gralihers. cWef among
w i in was tin secretary of the pro
vincial govern ment, offered the rail
road company a large bonus tocon
liiiue the road'oil down to Vain ouver.
fheii wires were pulled, the dominion
government induced to go liack on it
stord und the road was extended to
Vancouver without a charter or a show
of rii;iit The Port M<*> iv inve tor
i.err -old out by the t'anailun govern
ment and 10-t timir all Hie property
i- worthless now and Port Moody is
, practically a thing o tlie pa t It
vi. litii-. however, are numerous, and
! jnilguii' from present appearance-.
!l ■ > an not likely soon to (orgive the
dominion government.
THE ROYAL cttv.
1 New Westminster, the quiet old
1 | city on tlie l«ank< of the Krarcr, has
in.ide some witbin the pa-t
rear There is cori-klerable ImiUttng
tn progress, and a o< ided improve-
ment u» the *tyle and quality of the
new «trncture 11.; .ues- eeiti-, how
: ever, l-t be «j nrt. *nd i. at Yanco iver,
tk r. i • ■ >!, i ,rr . '«i.i plaint .irm.it
tiard t! me-« Thf "Jvfpy oKt town has
I ween awakened to some extent by th£
pro*pet t of railroad connection with
>c jttJe. M» **r*. f infield and Haxter,
iof the l»rilifi«fhan» I'ay Seattle Ilai.-
; road €< mp&ny, haYf made a propod*
t ■>!. t. the i it j i • o-uvtrm t a railroad
from ii •.■-« to Whatcom, within four
>« r :»•:• .i •. .iit of **td
H'*" ii- a > pc •< the I : «er.
A *pf-« ul election \filj *.»ir held t«»
deesde whether the proposition «hall
le • •« pt«vl The ' -v. :ua by-Jaw frit I
undoubtedly pa % although there are
many conservative ciiisen.* who «io
not >e< m t • take much -*U» k in the
-ehenif >«» mii 'li interc*"?!* taken in
the matter here tU.it the people ap
pear to - ip t * • t'. t »t the p;*ople of >e
itt:« .tr«- e*|U»H> » \ ited and I hive
aakej a -core of time* how the
Queen City felt ahmt \ Of course. 1
have l*ee4i ohiiged to viv that we have
> • many important enterprise* under
way at >eattse that thi- <»•»«• of < »nner
t, - with Sew \V<-tmSmiter had e\
cited no "*pecul inter* -t. ami, in tact,
that I ha I not heard rt talked about at
home. They don t mem to realiie
how we i ait !»e w indifferent to the ad
v»ntape- of t-onnet-fkm with ltriti«h
Columbia The t "anadUn Pat ific Com
pany will «b> ti'iiW to the !h»uii
dan line in the near future to connect
with the ><• ittle A We t C*»a«t rcsd.
Thi* branch will probably leave the
mao. line -omewherenhotit Ne* We«t
npn-ter, perhaps* near Suma*
The run o{ in the Fraater this
year !« practically a failure Thi*
idd* t-> the a* tithing i*
one -A the tc *'i Important re-o ir»*et».
t K r.
ri i,m»\ \i \m» <.r\m; \i
ll irr \ and Jtme* R. tiarfceld.
«.n>. tr«*' Lite | re*: V
a 1; w x.''h . j»t Cleveland
The Kev W J lhv:«. wh » i« in
j «;l f»M j'fv , biajf on the B« t'ora*-
mun w;lt remain them* for -ome time,
the W'titam to i. n» ? hiti* to bail hav
ing f«*n aen ietl by ih* »tate > i pre me
When lho i;,-T John <\u: n. tn
thr flr,l -mum in <' i r K'in
"*riS:. ;i .1 *>«
h-tev, \% jbfm. They are all ~e«l
' ( \» pt Mr«. 1 i\.-i n of H.-
U>t«» «» «bo feu;eiober* the ertn >n
i . tiv 5..« the day hHc he. ri tt
M* 'o!*| ,;tt, tUuv'h'. r of the
» -en and M **
?e . :hter Hepre^Nmtative
i~re -nr -tf* o? Kentuckv. have ap
i : f-.; Uft p.»:t4osi* a» tet&vr* in t?*e
W,eJ. . f,.y , 5, „ 4*. Their in
lenti . t. I'e re thrm*elv«* f\*t
r» • if . « ;? >(ml *inrk in their
lUn.n U«e«i'... h »iU wMfil, ihr
*ate Kfti [erof fVr -eeiek'> Li»srT»phv
.tK . ••
V?';eer : \ - a V e -
tn.i a?. : U-i--u. th* K t e e iiaK. the
duke ; >**e~4 - hnre^>%vtha, mini a
nuaiter »•; n r.tiHv »rti»ta.
-twrnaM-n and arsay o-t-;ewrs will en
tnlHate a ;e» t> the %-rfc.
: 4 M .
' Koj.u?» t ,
i sttn tiiu'h.K I ikes a
4'.-u i.<r He tel.-* a re
**i - ' t.\e Ne* /W* Uii»* t£w
fajLlure of U>e its
' <»«: ; ite . ♦ A"
■ are cm iarsiT n-vifKVi wiU ec»t !?w
fftrty many rote*, WH only m -
XI ' ■ .t thfvafb the K-«rtkif>t
jpeneratU He lvhtn« ti.at it it the:r
i ) oiostnie to ti*e &m:itry w:
fS<n>t practtcai way what the
ihe:K«a oi tiie taruS wookl uo with it it
#« M tW rmgpam- i
mm
TITE SEATTLE POST-INTELLIGENCER.
UinrrSirtwoa *s-Wr tfce bee* «» t«*.
FaicwL For *ll, T« UK aarf «taab<ra«
*a»S<!.l iria be ; nwrt»A at Ox rat.- ««< ! 1
zxWm a ward few t-*»! . 3# ®r» cefit.;
fst tmcb itrtst imcrOaa. Pajrawat
aJaart ta »tTas«*.
EMPtorMHrr wAjriiJ#
\*-\*rK£>-»n ah>.v Bi a torso
*? ;**!> ** cWrk ** tor^-®c# work. Ad
4r- *» ?- g . &T»C2 .
\*' A>TTZ> - {USSIM
f I at Hi Se?«i£®<i is wmspt r*w-a !a
Snr t *-•»**? *>4-«s»*kc »J4
ftte <4 Uxifhrrt» jrcar * tljurt
b*f etesegfc «t foot
pa*r Sjli mBl fa b. Inhmnfm *a*l.
assrfclfci*, *vl SKuKiiii np
and •jr-Twti:;? f'mtm*-* of »iA3»ief »;!?
ma-h Ja^ry, how to tawßte &tvi :
ItM <4 "irtiai cat w«H aina
rtnst >*3 »0M thf
:n#Vswa Sa Artara* » refcr«»r*f.
« Mr I* »
Hirni ii UffiVr' '•> , Uttic Arid Ad
• I? < '; l ' • - -A .1 : : VMv .arr 4rs»-
c«: J - a him. Art.
HEL.P WAICTED.
W'ASU f>—TWO E t*AN
H • T . » irh* dt>B«r« yerdAf
T+Tti%wr\ lor ♦Jii" C«' : at R<wn y*. Ku
rckftLafclßt Tto**e.
WANTKD \ «rX>t» l*it^HAKEt
n wtso ttHwwMfMyjawhwlMdi ftvtitfjt
t,fXf vo'ikl ifire emplorrorot by
rn«» •?« • i H-> .m ll> Cherry St.
W A CCmCE F»>ft *4SH AND
▼ t u'-»r ft- >«* v *kvxi ?»• i&e
riffhf man. nun *k»lt r.«f* t
«pp v L;SK A*V »rxo PLANINI; mili>,
\i* ANT K i» .I KL F»R OENBIUL
» Immm * «'w li mill furnity. Uflu
\|"ANTKi»—T*> LET A 'UVTRACTW)!
\> t . - n irtjpof U;:4. At»j>Jf *■■ n'*
i„- ( U n t«pii-tjiAn to G. M ROMAN.
U r AN'TEI» —AN EXPKHIESCEP AND
a !«bv. Aimlf fM!B 10 U» 11 i B tO SKi
«» i'
ll* vN T E D—T WOO OOP MILKERS,
ff st <*<Jj work th»- y« *r rmiu4. i*er
i»t«a or Strnw pn?frrred: wigtn |*> p**r
ra«n>*i- Apt»W t,» E MEEKER. \\&\*
\ V ANTED—TWO WM >I» HOYS T<» WORK
r* utjrnT- n\ tae Am> r <-«n l»?«trtri T«i
Cifrap v » 4/fil r A MATRON. Mumrr. jr^f
FOR RENT
»X»R HEM —THHKE SICK LAKOE CN" S
fan ruom* far % amaH faailly.
N>' *s> 7. ?H" .iad mrett, citrngf of U'lior*.
1-V;K KENT-A PAKU »H BAY W iN IH > W |
J* *»?<lrt«tia : tiac rivw Eighth and Milt [
f'' »R iIF.M —A N K ELY FL'RN ISH ED j
r* • >!* . -.nitablf for doctor, dcntiftt or }
laa jrcr'# . ai»».> a &uite of nwras *uit
Able for oAm, or or mtlUner * i
roost. For at ?b** It»tvruati*>nai Hotel. !
ou i tvrr - Call K¥H>. '
KKNT-FI KSISHKD KOOMS AT'
I theOrefoa. 12ttP 5 Front street. Tran \
w.i'
"p0 UKNI FURNIhIIEI* ROOMS AT ■
1 Front »!revt
Trat»- :
UK NT \ room »aitnbit- tu
m.r . <*.'« of any kind. Apply to L- 1
TbniitA*. \:a;\ Konrth »tre<-t. jy'JTtS ;
IMm »:ESr-t PMSHED AND CNFI'R
I 4 torn/ tnail parts of On Kg
< .'all on I'oMFiuiY SK'orroftf) 4 Co., roosi
: ; .T.p! . . i ; • n Hiock Kront t■;:i^l
FOR SALE
IX&H is AI E EiUH I YOKE OP NO i
ox ■ firtiag from 7 i»-t to 7 feet i
SU» * vean »"«id. fuottin.' M ATIIIAS DON !
AHoE. « entral Piiyallnp.
rV>K SALE—A <io »I) CORNER LOT IN
1». T lH'uu> * Park addition overlook
ins l>aa«* Union, ail clear**! and fenced.
Ad-lrei* P <>. Uox *»7O, S atllc. W. T
>R S V LE —NEW VRotiM Hol'SE. LOT
I M)xr.t), ba!f mile from the poatoffit*,
|rj>) Houv of four rooms, lot ;»x!G&
S*4JU. Oue new four room hou»<\ palntetl
and pajnrred ; lot 30x103, The above
pr«»iH:rtU!« for *-ale on easy term?" by
KErls p. DANIELS, Attorney at law, Real
Estate and L»»an Broker, Rtiom 3, Starr
hiock
IJ-rn. ftAi.fi.-■ rOKI" Y IIKID OF KIRST
*?ofk cattle. Apply at Room* 7
ati-1 It >vd'» Front Seattle.
)H SALE —TWO GOOD YOKE OF
oxen, rbeat*. by WM. T. CORMODE,
Room 1, Palmer t»ouiM\ comerol Front aud
Pike. jy2Htri
ITOR HALE—HOBOES—HAVE JUST UE
1 i t Ived a carload of horses — draft. «!ri\
iinr, -tiicle or double. Apply to BRYANT
BRoTIffCRS at Montana Stables, corner of
Main anJ ><»utb Third street;*. jv^'tti
I^OR SALE A GOOD BROOD M AKE FOR
Kale cheap at ('rv# i Co.'s, under
takers. !>iJ Front «trcet. ** jyj'.tt*
I "*< >li >ALE A FINE SADDLE P »NY
1 Apply to J SPENCER. Plumln-r. Front
street. i)Z"' tit
1 »K -M.K ( HE\P TWO PAIRS OF
I work how*. Apply to ARTHTR
PARKHt'RST Jy24trt
|/->K SAi.E A NlrE COTTAGE HOC>E
I of seven nieely sitnau«;l. com
mandinj? fine view of the liar. Nice out
houses nn<t (encrv Call and examine.
21:21 Third iM-tweeo Blanehard and
Ix-? or*. jvam
L»K >A|.fc - IKS At KK> OF KUSOANT,
I sightly, ri'-h land ovt*r!.*iking <2reet»
l4ke> If Vi.m want a snap rail at once.
I mean hnstneai. Inquire at room 2*.
i m •»n bUx k. between 10 and 12 a. tr and
- »:hI 4 i> in jyisif
h.vLE OLD SKVV.~ PAPERS IS
* , f w ft* «*•'* «'ffl '
1 V»H *AI-K-4W At UK> OK TIMHKH
I land in ro.ohom *h« >anty—twelve mil
!i»u f"» t"f fir ~f/» per acre. HushAHoar-
Buffer Work. mvlStf
r VI V" ~*A> OK riMHtR
X laud • i <»:•*>■ "a |{j«r!«<>r, >»ty K' in-r
a -n- A f- armnM. f<»it!vr
J. i -Ai.K OiL»" NhTvTFAi'tlW AT
viMaucoßeiuMHiaMHHMaßnnMi
MISCELLANEOUS
\\" A\ I F I»- ; IKKPUOOr SAFE W-
! "'** >*• lirrrv. Occid* ntal Hotel.
\\'AN rrp yorsM MAN* wknts gri
»' I r«•••■;« ttt prKa*>- faniir
A-In'r-*s < > |» (■ , i tier this ojftre. )f>»
'IX) UV\S-4«OK«N00 FROM i :
1 !.» fi\. \eam«)n real A<ldr»M.
P. O V -x 90, giving dnefipt'oa vt secu
rity. and particular*. ?ryt3
11' ANT! I> - T- > TRAPK KINK i::>I
ft dt-nee in i.>« \ngeles for eif\ j-rop
«*rtv, or good ifmgr cloif In. Address
B F..t' jy2ftW»
YY ant ei> ~ tup.ke ot five icn
ww • m •' land for cemetery pnrpeeee*
M t«o mar a g«*»d road. from three to
ft*.' ui lie* from town Partie* ha vine •
piece of land to *e!l ntMnuiblf will pl»*a«e
s ldr» ** 1* t>. Box ®Tv giving partieular*
«« t.* l>>e*tiau ar»d price. JvtSS $t
'I'XKK SOTH E WE IfAVK FoPft
I t teared lot* between the Jark*on and
Mill Street Cable road thai we will oiler
until Aug oat 1 for 9*M> each. 1/wk this nr.
for ft t*rgain >K%TTI.it LAND COS*
PAN Y. Ii« >« »rr* I*. In ion block jyil JOt
ONH : 11. ROTH K -ONLY A FEW P \YS
> ' x. , f those fine cleared
bniMiug ?«*ts between the rablc in
tfee Kaufman tract a? ft to f'rf&each.
T: • «-■ i«-ta are o{Trr*»d ar thf given i>rtf-e
v.v,'}- 1 SEATTLE IJkND I'OM
P A NY. Hortm 1\ I'nion M«.wk. jril 10
U' KM ' H> VI. \I»Y AM\ *t <»K
«t*-rtlnsr w«>rth, gwod wmnd pr iuei
jjlw, wh<» halUom an 1 lire® and vta ont
»» :■>.;<« to this progressive nineteenth oen
twrv I want *ueh a man to take me from
the Ea*! to V* a«h;ngtotiTerrftory. t>»>t to
I aw a«r%radv crown op. hut to
i bei« *e Wwhirtfton T.-- !orr\*
r«rt of • *%r eonrjtr*. ami *arely therr mnsl
He »- ie grand men t?>*-r» tf there In a
man who ««nt< a wife r„ «f»nd ?.y hi*
*;■.< , A vs ■ wKi u ' )n inter* **i~ •". JT: ? i«
SIO REA'ARO.
j- \ '» M\ \ v% »f . ST* 1 - '
i s an ?• tr ■
»- *•-' ' maraud >i i... ii fee w.U fceng it to
• 'V' t Window I the * Gambia APa
get K-aad Haih\%«tl oAce, Seattle. No
**l«4 *rr he eaa auidm* p O.
S. BAXTER & CO.
Offer for !o >ots to »nit r
t car Yaktma Karly Koa# Potatoes.
4 rar* Orrf»n t hili Uarort Potatoes,
f «ar* Peer!*** Potatoes.
50 I'Hfrt Tfnt«thy Hay.
M» t- e>« > .»*»*• r« U »«htn(t«>n Ray.
'O |ofi« W hrat.
SO t»n* Oat*.
tw toes Rras and Mi<i<iii»f«.
Wi" »t• rsfta>d and Killed Barley.
« ear* MIIU VxXrn Ftowr.
• ear* A»r* Mill* Katrs n«ar.
BORROWED BOOKS
'PHK FKiEMw WHO »»>RSOWrt>
1 I*: *Si* •laln.JßrtiMi k> liUUrf.
liSos Uete, b- KiiuE»i»», K»»-rv!o'» «r»-
Jl#b, «r ocbeg hooka, will
/ \SUE£ <>F ■ RJPLK V!XIAS»:«-«EAT
\J fw C*»» So. 4 »<**» «wr fr* a&2 ,
a»sri fnaa>. « vm r is «« rvao**";
HaiL Sria:x » Efewi. .415 Btrmtww tatet*- ■
cTKJSI TSOS. Pitrian-*!.
OTTO Ft- «ut\. «<i TrraaOT^i
KKJCLAK wrrnso OF w A^HiXiiTOS
C«S3J> Jta i. Purr %H**t iuo* of
rnsrr TttrKtiay a* * *"
tbstr Iras ta <rn«ra H«t«. Logaa Oomtii.
!to. I. > *s*cb rp' SUi ,
•; K >K«.» h 1> itl Alv h,
\TPJRXET AT LAW Ef- 'SH 31 *-*» *
CaSrtß Rk»-*. Wartt.
Sp«ial annates t >r;».Taljoi». *»n ana
aaarrtiaw '.air.
IHA AC M. HAIJ*
\TT* >KXKT AS!' rt>rv-'£U"R AT'
t'iax >«o. Ftocfc* t«»
ilsa.-a'l. aad S -tan Ptibile, khwatt i
tod «, Fo»i Bsikirr.;. ujwtair*. MSU «w«.
W T. • trc*
1. J. I~l< H I'KXHKKtt
law of tik* IVsnsrlraaSa Har.)
("*Orx:-®Lliiß At LAW--K'.*'Ms 1 »sd j
j 2. !'u,..r, n:«-i. <r«"!<■- i
MKN'KV H. LUOMIS,
» TTUKSEY AT L4W-KlEsHrr Blocs. |
/V r 'HTi(.*r nf Fr»ul ami Caiaiat-ia
Seatßt.
\V ATWUN W. MiM)K K.
\ttokscv and corvsnxoE at,
la* . ii»i FniM stfrt. Kenjvn Mark.
■ ytlitf. T. .
' BAJtotti rano*. bi.ht *or*!wa,
r a. ait
Ml Rride, C»rr Ji Prfaton,
4 ttornky- AND cocsmioßs AT
.\ !»w • i(fim al laronuer. Monal Ver
itas «t»«1 Srtttir. efltce, Vwl«*
L«-afv bi-rk. ftlTJw
a a. I JOBS a C*occ*TT.
newi.i.v Ac cHocKurrr,
\TTDKOTS-iTIAW-OrrHl THIRD
Hoar Yr»«-r Ijcmrj baiMimc. ad
..iamg C. H, lan« 1 * r
KHKN SMITH,
\TTORSEY AT LAW 17. 8. COHMIB
- »u4 N(ilary Pabiw*, Plfie la)j«.
hoaaht and Mid. hiloftw 675, brat.
tte.W. T.
I>. V. CAHKUI-U
\TTOUSEY AND < OIXSKUjOR AT
,avt. Knom« 1" and I*, hnda Build
»g. Front gtr«*et.
nu. kanxieh.ab inrrr.
HOM'KmPATBIST, WS<i FA Mors AS
thi- lo4i«a <toct«re-' ol L*x Waihjag
. ton •tr.-ft. 3*"b!'Hs, Ma*s&*huivttA, jri>es
' niMwiai atU ution t*> <i:s'S-i of women and
■ hii<irv:i Tin«« ex|secti«if ryiifl»f«eal
i or from mt'ii«tn;al Irre^ularlTit;*
I sti.'Uid conduit hvr. * *ll*
; .iay or niplit- ConwllaUin friv
, Tn*atinctit free Uir 'b. *- uua(tii* trt pa;
■ from st" 10 a. m. W«Jitf*4aja K v>;:. r .
! Frtncattftl'i hio k. lUl'- a Frunv
C. K. CASK, M. I>.
A BDOMINAL BCRGEOX AND GYNE- !
' * V
i TACOMA, W T. !
DH. 'l'. V. GOODBPKKU,
' IJHYSiriAN ANDS!*H<;EOS. ROOMS &,
I 6 and 7 >ioiio*> UiiMiufr, Front si., }
Siattie. }e2 ti
! ~ i) it. .j. w. ii a MilTlx >is,
I)HY-!i IAN, BCRGEON AND CiYNE- (
Special itteotiofi liven to j
; disease* of the gtfiito, urinary organs and |
'rectum. Office—- '29OD Front street. my 16m j
TTTC J. \V. JOHNSON', '
|>HYsI<IAN ANI> SPRUKON. OFFICE, j
I Front street, between Beli ami I
: Battery. Seatth-. W. T. j
I Dlt. GKO. A. HKICH,
, d |(TI.IST. AVRftiT. 1 AKYMio,- .jpIST,
* " hawnsr ref'-.- » r>m his *.-ip to the
Sutt and Europe, will be ro meet
hi* former patron* ami others desiring his
j nervier#. kT hi* fo-m< rurtar, in the Ycs'.er-
Leary Hlock. "-rattle. W. T. Realdeuec. cor
ner Fourth tod Marion. JyUdw
~~I>K. H. Jj. I.dNtiAKKR,
OF THE rSIVKRriITY OF j
\T Pennsylvania. make* « specialty of
diseases of the eye. »ar ami throat. Treats
private, chromic ami skin disease®. Re- '
moves cancer, tumors aud ulcers without
pals or use of the knife.
Office, corner Third and Cherry street*,
j H«»ur». a. m. to 4p. m. j
T. T. MINOR, M- D. U L. E. DAWSON. M. D- j
D H&. M INOKiV DA WSi )N
J) HYS IC 'A Nd AND >V St; ZOHS.
om- Ms s oruu mocss hick s.
Telephones: Office. No. 82. Dr. Miner's
residence. No. Kl. j
I>R HH N .
V>H YSICIAN AND KRGEt>N—OFFICE.
1 l*nion Block. I'rout street, t 'oor,
upstair*. Boom 10.
Office hours—lo a. m. to i 2 xn.; 2 U>4p.
in.; 7t09 p. m.
a. l. m r>. j Birrs wu.labd. n d |
DHS.HMI 111 WII.IiAUDI
i>HYSiri ANS M) K< >N.-"
poneiu's Blo<k. Fnwit street Offic •.
hour*—S to 4 p m. and 7to*p. m. j
WILLIAMS, j
|>UYsl< IAN AND SURGEON- FORMER
I ly Bureoou City Hospital. St. Lon;*. Mo '
; •">(&<«• Rim)l&6, No. 2313 V, Front s're« t.
j attic, W. T.
Mr. and %11 -. 1■ . 3 ■
HEALERS AND TEACHEKS < TlKlS
tlan Science, Mental Heaiin* No. !*>!-> j
Second street. b< tween Madison aod Spring.
s» attle, W»s! ; ' rtmi Terrttory.
i>77. ir. S\ STm vi ii,
I)KM T I s r r. j
911 Front Street. Denoy Block,
K'ww I "v Jy2l»l
BAHKK, MOUKK »V Of >.,
SEA R» HERS OF li ECORi>S- ROO M >
10, 20, 3fi, third d<v)r. Union lUock. j
Complete abstracts of title furnished to
any lamU In tb4 city of M attlr or Kilif
fv>nnty.
MKY KH\ DOHMU K H m
'iK'HlTKiis \\'f) sri'F.KINTEND
'-nt«. HD2 Front street, Kenney !>'" <i.
fleattle iel?
FIBHKR Ac CLARK,
\RrHITE« TS - BCTI.ER'S BCII.DISQ,
Jam< » *t.. opposite Occidental Hotel.
M. STKIN M A%\
\EC HIUCT— BOOM V. REINUi 81/K K.
Fruot and Marion street*.
ANDERSON. BERTRAND 9t CO
Ciwil and Miaiag Eaginssn and
DrsnckUmsa.
HAI!K«»\I>, minisc, waterworks.
topograDi'ral, bridge, sewerage and
drainageengiacerlag priven «»!- «-
tSoa. f ity or land« *tirYry«-dor
S»»b«iiv!«te*l M#fx and meehanl'-al draw
fnt*,enerowiiwr and bine print# a ialty.
Township pla> and n>aj»« alway* on band
Rooma W and _i\ Y*aler !>-ar> block. rVal
tie. W. T <jm
J. Q WTMY f H. K aWESS.
SCCKH\ aV UWKXH,
pmi. KNGINEKIIS . r*V HVEV« >fI> AND
V «'.>»»tra'?*«r* Railways and other pnb
!tc w««rks and b?ia , T Pian*. spe
cification# and eattraalea farniahed. Topo
erapbical »nn eys and m»i<« made for any
pnrt*iar ?roarao»e<p<J
oterr -Rwww i:t. Hntier Block, James St..
Occl<jt T-.ta;. )e6
(JAHI)XKK AC HO<TG,
pIVIL AXI>MIN:N • EN''UNKERS—
* «uR«*M.r * T i;<x*ms 2S and S7,
rofon BM[. Take cVYat*»r. __
. 1-,-r-icV. M. I.< *. K.
« ONM LTINCi KXtiIXKCR
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A Will IT KCT,
Farm«rl> of "«lr Dttuslai Fr«,
I "n««tlinc KnfiwriT,
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BRIDGE*, IK)C K* W \ li K H O I'SE?,
!>RAI*A<iE A\l> I»V!>R%I i ir WORK
1-■ eat l kabv txi kkiesi e in
r.
K «na K |vk*'k. tod C<»i j
-I • . ft r .yi? '
OFFICES
TO HKNT
(X)LONIAL BUM K.
(Opystffcr Foatea BiotlL >
j AFP!.T TO
HERMAN CHAPIN,
jun muT,
1
Great Clearance fSale
A r r THE ifl
STAR ★ CLOTHING ★ HOUSE
GREAT REDUCTIOH
MEN'S, BAYS' AND CHiLBRBWS CLOTHIIt
Q A FOR THE NEXT 30 DAYS Oil
-A_t «3() per cent. Reduction! V#f|!
CLOSING (»I T OUR SUMMER STOCK. OlibS AND KNHS AMI BIJOKEN SUITS
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY. SEIZE THIS OPPORTUNITY
WHILE YOU HAVE THE CHANCE. J
Good Tweed Suits $4.50, soid regardless of cost.
Good Union Suits $6.50, half price. Cheviot Suits $7.50, worth sl3,
Blue Flannel, best quality, $lO, elsewhere would cost you $12.50,
All wool Cassimeres sll, actual value sl7.
Sroken all wool Suits, $9.25, only 60 leH,
Imported Worsteds and Cassimere3 $lB, for this week only.
Summer Coats, 25 cents. Flannel Coats and Vests, It
Good working Pants, sl, $1.50 and $2. Children's Suits **1.50,
.
A large stock of dents' Furnishing (Joods. Hats and Caps, ete
* AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
KLINE & ROSENBERG,
SOB COMMERCIAL STREET. j
————B—BHB — i
THE LACE HOUSE!
>
I veduced to Cost!
Oin* ir*e Stock <>l
Wliiti! M, MM Rota ami Parasols!
We will also open this week our last importation of Embroideries,
and will sell them cheaper than they have ever been offered here.
J". -A.. BAILLABGEOH &c CO,
Hot Springs Health Resort.
L
The great h« altii of Washington Terrifeiry; fi.l mile* <if Taeoma oo
r the 4'a«e»4<* lHrMor of the Northern Paeifle Ka;lr.»ai Trn;n« arrive and leave
the spring* everv day at gf»»»«i hours. Them* mineral wat.-rs are r sweelfir f ,tr tbe
etifv of rhe:imati*m, kidney tnmhle*, catarrh, and a!! skin and hi*w*l diseases
For the owworkwi sad tb«»*e worn *>» it by the ditties of every day life these
baths in eomhlnattou with this delightful mountain atmosphere, will give you
renewed ftrongth and vigor.
Trout tishtng and seeoery ei>od. For farther information arfdres# proprietors
I. €i. Me AIN *V « O.
TERMS Special rate# to faatiliss. By tho day. S2.
Baths 25 and 50 cents each. )«:•*
LOGGERS, LOGGERS.
Avk joar >lnte for l alin. Nickels
hurß A. Co."'*.
FOREST KING!
This is the best driving shoe ever made. Set*
it before you buy. Ail dealers will refund
your money if yon are dissatisfied. FOB
SALE BY ALL DEALEBS. Manufactured by
CAHN, NICKELSBURG & CO.,
SJVIST FBANCIBCO.
Makers of the eeieWated U. S. A. ahoe. , ve?*
! EXCELSIOR FACTORY,
FOOT OF SPRING STREET, SEATTLE.
ABE S»nr PKEI'VHEi» TO FII.U All. OE.I>Elt,- fOK XXCELSIOK OF BB»T
. V »»d ems «»* Jou mtmej on htrf* cuMntU
W. U. O'TOOLE, l'lX H.
9. C. KUnMB. tantnt. wn
THE OCCIDENTAL
SEATTLE, WASH. TY.
SKITTI.r HOTKI. CO., ..... -
A. I>. WHITNEY, I -
Th<* boti.' f*a* rwatljr hem f»ytfw *K.\TTLK )I 1 »Tf3> y<
*n4 h»« l»een remodelled «mt rtimrictplv r**fKnis?f t k "» J
'•', »*?&#<*
in tb" spring. Wb«r fOmpHul ft uill mnk-- IHK «h* fl»h. '•*
•fid rn« »t *|>T«jrmt* k <t hi the S*»*t with
ktptil hun<tr«*d ihi *?«. An tt7iriv*l)e<i e«i#itte * u " .•;
vet»lem*e«i. TrmHxUi wiit Tb«- ( H<*lider»t«l a |»1» «*ant iO» 1
mnk« th«*ir *iw* *ll the !*««?»•• 9n«ii'! 9a j>
br««?* maV<- •-*♦•«?('•*. *hleh in the coaunerei*) ccutrr **>«»
Tcrjtuirjr, their j**int of <le|»*fturv.
Term* tI.M tn 13 j»r lit;. for- »' r "''» (» rt>1 '*"* *****
ALBERT SCHLOSSMACHER
TjK.i I>lX<»
M 1<: RC I I A N TTAII
606 Front street, Seattle, W. Tv **
Oppotite the Yealer l«r »ry Work,
I'm >n»t rt»r«-tr»<l a !ar*e »hipmcnt of both Isi-ii-rU* 1
of tbv !*l- *1 pa'b-ro* <tirert trxn Um factorial. a:>»i vai«MiH3ak^fl
prew-nt tbo Unrent, fot!«»t. m<»t
atut oI srooda in the city of ifeatlie.
only the <m b«M workmen are employed in nir
(action fnwanted ic emery iMtoaoa, In price a« wrU » n X .
Com* and t»e oonvlnet d »t

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