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THE. TERRITORY.
Trains and Mining at Bo*-
lyn Suspended.
tn rAMiJKiios i.ixk or**
A >1 »■■<!< I n >«rr» '<«**• »t B'.
ftrf*-Pl<f" C«nl; A»»« aaiaat
~Tk* Wul Caaat mH Ik* (!••»-
Mill HIT- fr« f»rt Tww*»a»arf,
Blanfc M«awm4. Pvjtllap, Dmlw
■U mm* €:*wf*-n tie
Ml, *•*. 27.—Tk' raflmaj
trnat|-**T bare Sl*wrtitl»nn4 *il tr*t*» •»
V»CS»K]tim iMWH'llto R*>lfn. *od at«o
ak«t4o»!. the MM. rlaimint tbai «l»
«od (nltmn in la from th*
Hlatn m nsmiiil of lirii |*iMi batnf
aarier »r>«t
They tf Uwrr »•" •« ">» ,r » ! »* ■ oMI
the Aeriff praterta tbwri from !b* mlaeta
Tbi' '..muns «a; they will hoid KtfUat
«MI'V r*»pon*il<!» f<* *»r <toir totbetr
attli* mine*
Yratorday •» * ,uarrrl at fie Et»» »
"Bahoni" gambler *bot »! w of the
nlU''ft fmtn Hoalj u. The mi** f dropped
down ana lb* abot went »rer fcl» hcaiJ MHJ
•trnrk * by-t»n«Vr In lb* I'M
The tramp wbo >u »IkK fcaturdajr b)
Conductor Man»fl«M »tl! pmbabiy re
«arer. Maaifletd h»1 a b*ar!os »:i«l m.
caoscratcl bf an tb« t«*Tir-r" making
■truan amda- iia la hl< (*» <f
WALLAWALL*.
<rtM ri»l Train via »'ar mto|lm -
Oaaaral
Wai.l* Witn. Aat. ».-»ah*f '•hort.
kfiM ta the n K <k X «c< t-U«ut "*ttirda;,
ail burir'l t&ti IfWIWB in tbl* r-lty.
IM»lri< I AMormrj AoA't* tha!
aonni ara ti-M to r»rf' at Mrh<*/!
«l*illnf». hi« opinion on thr
ftterem" eanrt rtwfaJoo
uvment tir<>* are (rtxufoif a tld.MO rol**r
alaiil la tbelr mlil h*-r»
Toaiorr..* ilw ISwt Ihrangti train frotn
Fofllaiol si* l"eßiJl*tuO. fanninirtou anrl
Coliai r» *rb( r h«-r* «l ■ Si I m. Tlu-m will
t« an mor>> iralna via Waiiul*. lo *1
train* fr»u ao<l u» Wallula will be rtin Li
Mrtiti«ct with tbo SorUttrn f*» l#«-.
Tlx; IM of the LydranU Ut- lr r-rrrtcil
tor Are pnr|»*«'«. tal* tlmrawxa. wa» ifti
WnMMcb.r>'
Ifo I'rMlllulm W 4Bi««l *t i;l|>arla.
WiUt Wtai, An* V. -it.mi- 1!m« •*.>
the Ut Mn«n<( drove tii« «t»«3 (
out * prodiim* *ud •
kcr "U>rer" ewmv arr»M fbe L»rui«<j from 1
Te*** fvrry. Th? «H(il«utei n>»-l ttwro.
E{ m n»p ; Bran ml Umi !«««'• MCfc, but lu
bm«i of HtiM<u »ar*l biro lr.»in
OKtiitf froni the brtdif
TACOM A-
CONNTY Y«LIIIII»N FLLTD MIMIBI
MHII TDRRLFR.
TAC ON A , ANN. 27.—THR COUNTY < OMIAIFT
(DONER* HAVE THEIR WORK AS A
EUONTV BOARD OF
IILFL 10 ITLRFWI FOR ABOUT (WO WEEK* AA
MCH A BOARD, AND HTV« STOOD THE RA« K TO
WHICH THEY, WITH AIL AWH FONRDA, L #II'
FTANA SUBJECTED THEY HAVE COT OFF AND
•DDCI TO WITH GREAT RARE AOD DISCRLINIOA
HON. THE ORIGINAL AAAESAMEOT WAN *H,
C1M97.. THE SEVERAL RAAEA IU WHICH THEY
INCREASED THE AASCAAOR'S TALLMATE AMOUNT*
TO #33.W:TI). THE REDUCTIONS AM.NUU TO F8.30.
MB. TMA IA ATI ADDITIONAL CUT OF NEARLY
***> ,000 FIN THE LIKE AMOUNT REPORTED A FEW
■TENTHS AGO. DEDUCTING THE ITTCMAS J FROM
' TR TOTAL REDUCTION LEAVES THE NET R*Dl*«
HON, AND THIA TAKEU FROM »BE ORIGINAL A»
•CW.ITFM.MIT LEAVE* THE COUNTY VALUATION AXED
A* ILIMWI.
MAS MM OOIIK TO WALII WALLA?
ANXIETY BAA BEEN FELT FOR SOME DATRS PEA T
THE FRIT-TIDS OF OTFORGJ FTOTBOER. TN< OX
LETTER CARRIER, WHO HA.* BEEN TN»STEROUSLY
■WNR IT WA« ANNOTTUI -ED THAT HO HAD
GONE LOHEATTLC, AND FRIEND* HERE WROTE TO
FITIIN THERE, BUT, RECEIVING NO REPLY, WENT
OVER TO TFLW HIM UP, THE. LETTER* AD TRESA'-D
TO HIM REMAINED IN THE OFFICE. AND NO IRAEE
OF HIM WAS FOUND THERE. IT HAA LAWN
LENRNED TO-DAY THAT H«? BUN*HT A TICKET, FI>R
WFTLLNLN AL>OUT THE TIME THAT HE IS IUMUHH-'I
TO HAVE GONE TO *EA<TLE, AOD IT I* PREAMAED
THAT HE W T NL, LUAICAD, TO WH IA WAT A, TO
TAKE A PLACE IU TH ♦ POA* OFTEN SERVICA I«
THAT CITY, WHIEH HA* |U»T BCEU GRANTED THE
CARRIER SYSTEM. A TTUINIAR OF LETTERS ARE TU
THE OFFICE HERE FOR HIM. AND AOME MONEY
AWAITS HIM HERE.
TO A 1,0 «♦ AWKIHO AVT»AK< A.
HILL I MORGAN PFCU*A«D FNTH TO-DAY HE
IOTFLANIM FT« :»TER T<» UTO E TUPIAINT OF VIO
"*W«R«NIL|JR NRDJTTAUTA LA KEEPING H<»
OWNING TOO LOW. HE UTM FLTND AND
•MATS. A SIMILAR ENSFT A*RAJN«T WN. HRA I
LA* WAA DISTN I***l N POO PFNU TO DO A WAY
ARIIB THE NU »AUTC APT* HAVE 1*»N
AG«UI*T JOO KWY AND FRED MR
AT TIN FOR TH® FAME OFTVT»*E.
OARNAO HI\T»Y ROA WI*T*K. ,
•Hl** R MARY MOW PLOWS OF THE XNRTBERN
FATIFLO COMPANY HAVN BEEN BRO : TIT TOTB*-
AHOP TO
KNGIO" NO. list, ONE OF THE DECAPODS* IN
AI*O »N L,TC «H«P« FOR REPAIR*.
HKAF. GSTATE *AL*
HON. W. J. THOMPSON TODAY BOUGHT TH"
FCOSA FIELD. A LOACRV TRACT THAI BA-» BECOME
WELL KNOWN A« THE ABOOTIUG RAR»G.< OF THE
TAR»»M-A IILFLR, LL*«L AND UNTT RLNH I"H«-
OWNER. KRAUK ROAM HA* BEEN
FOR HIDA FOR FIIAE. MR. THOINPAON
PAI-I »L'», 000 FOR (BE TTAET
WHATCOM.
TTAPO RTCD ( IUNFP ut T»»R WEST COAST
LLAILR*»AD*A ITOUTE.
WLUVCTRN. AM *7. TH- WE*T COAST
RALLN-TT-\ TA'K OF AHATIDOIILN)! T »R
KOOK<O»CK RLTVR R *«T THROUGH E»HINTY
AND MITTLFLK TO WHATEMN .»> »?:. »T • I*,T WITH ;
THE T ANAOIHTT PAEIRTE RA IR<»»1 AT 1 «DUER S J
L<AUDINV, m THE MOUTH OF KTIVR RTVER« OU
THE ITRITTSH HOUIELAR)
PORT TOWRTAFCND.
BAJ»FY KTCUR«L.»II|»H \ SHRTU.L
C'ANDL«LRTTR PI«C«
POTT AH* \ -K' J. «RI OF
•NTRV'S |U»POIATE>U WHS ANCNTEUTIHT YTATER
«LAV PV SOIO * I'JDO TM RTF |I A :R - «■*. RS. |
FCUO FROM VICTORIA IT* T l . ' A'l » ?
OR IFO9\M THI I'RE«A E\ UR .»> IN TRT «I R
TH»I » ALL APPEARED >■ •> TI«»»I»E>\
ALTHOIDTTL
AN TIRO FE.IOITY—ONE MUTT I E U T T H' THE
DA) WAS RAT ITER KUMUOV AND TL»
AE\-OER* WHIEH MUI LNTIJ IPRT-A<l R> RAVISH
TAGLY HEFE V LIIE E>.* I»*. *,■ .»?
AEURE4. HOWEVER, >l;>| » MIIV
ENJ'SCD THEEJ-Cl*.<* T ?S- .J AIL
ART-NI MWRY AT A MARRLA ■ ! INDL.
NUTKI EVH A.IC*U.B* K
HOAAOFTB# DEK>!.*A\ »IO TH«> U X > ,> V
AOTMTV FOHRENTLT>U TEL * THT- TR.I'H IAI
TENDENT OF >« H»H»L* Ll> . • « J .AN OF
LAA A RAT ORDER. TI»U VTORY H . . THAT
*1 HYATT FT'TVL A YE A» UTLE TA T
#R»»R«» THE LAST* A >«•»» <•«.',!T<-?O
JOITUA MAN. *VER%» A.*J> RANT* F - TH . I
AAHOOL AT * .» MA-'IIU* O( \ «V>|
TH •H.» ; \ RA>D *> \ •* A •
INRKVAN A • NU»NN»I:II»,> NN. . T F , ,
A STIKIRC^!OT> HYAST, T AI IF IVS -MI
TNAU TMULII «-T A RT»*T 4.A»TE E •»! AT.
FTYAU, U *:>: D W.THDRAW IN H A LA*OR IN
ILU« TINE TK- JRUU APPI», ».I <l«<
RXAMLNED AND TLMUFU T <%»ROU.I
T|UN!IFI D. AIL T »V . O •
OUT E« P) RT:RVIVTUFF T\R*T K• A ■' ■ CRRN \
OL WTATTIE, RVAU. <• H«» WA» » \ ITFLLI IOR *-IR
WAN OL THE T->B-.I IJ TO I«EI« L
ANY T»»U A T LRD V. A*T.- E V FIEATC T
CBINARUM
JTHSUSLLTLLCSRHM A L \ T^STSOLD!
T»> THETRA;R.> :NEU AA TW <• »* THE it*
EATIA, ATI.I » •• «-.WHI , • > ::»<» T.«
■INEB WOTK>.J UP OV,R T..»- ?V,: » *, < VI
THE FA«; .«*, W H U -U'J '
TOADTU*
TNTRFT^
BK JAMEA T'HESTOO. FROM >AN VRV. -F.-
IVTT\EDAND PROCT-*«1O| R. I'..R , ,
VT T'*)l T-CV. WTO -V ft U« UWD* .
JIW'EFLTTWWR, ALSO AIRLVTRT. HK I
TAUMT, FROM HA«> FTA I .«>• ■ F.. I A IA ? .
FETNUJ WITH LUMBER. »K ST. ! , »
•AAJL» STO F»W NBW TO .. I• :
•AO ARRIVAL »E K IT ,
SNOHOMISH.
ASLLTIT* IN ( IRCLM ||«S
THE LNJUWTTL«4» TA L AAKSTL T P« W
» W. T . V 4 -
TAOLINMA MEN ARE » »IV. OT,,
•ND IMM' PWAWI A IN-.I>T«IRI * * U
TVUTIVJUAI:* I . F . %
T> AIV *• .'V PRIA* ■ , C -T •
J *H
TH» RTRA^-LO FAEIUTTCA !»> T* • *\ , L} »
BOOT ARE*, EHOA FA« ;■»; < < J-.
ONE OF IK- : >V» U »
IIKWI A I4R«\ U...
WMOENT. THE ARWT • A ? ;
W HTC ■; WSD >V.» BV-L «> •,
AND THE AS- ,
F.W «BW KXC«*A TT
END W H> FN|*| ;
{LENT IV" * AN - «
FR*T«I M THE.R UNE.
®OU. WH > HA . T 11. I \ . F T
HA ; »%. SVANT W T A
pit ;• HN < »"
ONTLDI 'i : AT ;B» ;•
ST.N- •• -
TWO TEEFTWLJA' '»• ~1 T , AV . V . ...
•AN'-, AT THI* »• S T . * \ A , CS
JAU N,-.. - _ F
A ti » .. . .
AONAH TTARFE - » »"• V K ■ ? T %
%-;«* ;
J I
L > .
T-H.. . .
A
SO V-.' , * ' 1 *'•' TR ,
IFCE*V«. 1..: V»R -.'J* ' «?""■ *
A.RDJV ' '«
>-* 'VAL ' •
■Kb «r*l(t for eaeirllwtia* to tie rae \
"«*"« tbe *«*?. " **»/"* •** |
»b«m «**««. *»•* a*d «"»w f
faj lead waa ■prrri, after »Mrt the
party <tope»»ed. *• ra* «•
mm Mtavtat Wa**« *•*. *•«*.» .
itr«(acT. rer*n»«». W*tt«er«l.
I pawla**. rrwe*. Hraavawa. *.*.<**;.
> r-rr»oe. t>t-n*r .W»>«ly.**»■•«. *e*eJ.
iUte, Vote. wttoa. FHtfc. &**«»*, »il
, hnr. F,4<lr. *oSJ«t, Wl3*. !'*<•**«. H> j«rl,
CUnM, CNMM, 'men. »»< *»w«,
i Eiwell, Pac*arJ. H»c«ei, Hawkra*. «***.
farker, WtUuuwea and *er . B. r. SaMfe*
HtmTjrß* i*/-k*oo. a lr»
*««blsf« via to* lh« tarn'*
of Tamtin E.Wrtl tlua week.
Work 1* <*« r»j> 4IT aa tte ■*»
CaKbotK- efcan-fc.
Mr. H. C. <;«***jfT» »« 1»*«" *? " •
eacdwate fa* th* I»ptom
TtK rtnt «■">** «* **<«* n-p*ir*«i
A. M Ha«k»*. dr*..jht«*a lot if* ml)
-oa-l rnvp.ur. ha* & *■ rultla* fn«**
la tti» rielßitf.
BLACK DIAMOND.
r»*rjh«<lf •*'. af Cw«i-»*.
ttAppy >»W« uf bra*ral laM^at.
8t.41 a IHtKMi. Aa* Er«7lhla*
I* ranain* »no»xhi». *• nraa! Sbafta 14.
M ao'l 3 «r» raaala* at their falVat • a<a -
Itf Evcrjoaa It baaf. and. M roa»e.
-T'v-•! "p«r«l oo Mondar amlM with
aa rort4ln»»i>*. of MR poj» I*, with »'»r* to
rnei>' If th* ymn-at y*u«f«ritr nmtintMni
atari- whonl room win b« atiortlj.
A nnaabrr of ow bajt wrat to Ktnb/n
rrulmf an 4 «HM of tJwm rarrtwt of mow
of th« ?riMr* la raaaia*. W n*a tt <->»>**
to raaalnc ami f .ar:»* hail »h* Blark
I/taaxm4 boj* "hat* no fll«* ea them."
An aM ktaut t»*mi>rrat l*rtar*<J hrre
W«tormHf nlfht nn-lcr the o' f»»
hSbittMi. to a few »*a an* aoaae aehool
chMmt!
Mr*. K. A. Tom>«U of **a Tr*.nr-,u-o l>
rtattia* A. Taraball • family of Ibia t>:*r«.
*fr« Und>l«; of -».a:tlr hw breu vj»li
lot her taren'*, Xr. and V.L E. 8. hnr-
IKII, fbe |<a»t two wrek«.
Mi*» <;r*f* Moore, who U now ia ' *!i
fornia. will attend achool at the Parlfcr
« olte*e !hl* frmt.
W. Tv William* and AL Do oca! f re
ti>'U«d thU WIT» fr ;ia a f«w w*«k'« *I*M
to f aiifomfa.
'irt/Btj'i l*arie* of *« aill» waa in town the
6r«! of thw W'» t on bo*ii>e*>
A bear waa klited near iocs laat fuuda*
and * roo**r baa brrD >eeß qalte near
town rnvaili.
John Woodio of Orera Bi*'-r waa to
town Tae.da .on hfa w*i fpjm >if*!t>?
A tiouw Ijctouglogto Mr. Marah bnmwi
-••arijay Biorulur. <fc«tr rj'la* everything
except iwo frunkf.
A, M Bro-ka of Seattle rime up Friday
etmin* on l>a»larn ronueetxi with hi*
Mure her*.
COUPE VILLfc.
A I'aiefttl \reldeni - The Island Har
vest Personal Notes.
CotmjViU.«' Aoa 24.—Mr John W till
, lesptv met. with a very painful ar« ident to
' day, straining bis right foot very badly
while getting off hia traction engine. 11 »
hnA turned uuder, |-!a«.hly t«r Ing the
ankle cooes, lie is ooing well, but will
' be laid up for a long time.
Threshing ha* started In goo-1 iktpr, Mr
John IS «tille*pie with a new separator
aud traction engine and Me#*rs. Terry,
Kngle aud Jeone witn their last year's
otaebinery A few weeks of goad weather
will cloee up the thre«hiug on the island.
T ie yield is far above the average, the ses
I son being favorable f<w ero|>s of a:i kind».
The steamer N'elMe came over to Coupe
. * Hie to day foreaeomloolara to the cin as
at Clsa'ady ({aitea iarg* nu nh r from this
t*»»k «•».auta?e or tt»e trip
Mr. J. 11. fHetaon and daughter, of Port
Townsend, are visiting at J. H. (Jbby's
Mrs. Nels »u. of llePingham, is stopping
; with I>r and Mr». J, C. KeJlogg
Mrs. Annie Robertson returneil to-day on
i the steamer Idaho from a long vls.t to Eu
gene city. Ot Hi»e tells your corres|»oj»d
, ent thst th»- Puget » .un l air is delightful
[ to owe who has been us<-d to the sultry air
I of Oregon and tba* she appreciates it very
much.
] Pn»»eruUng Attorney Calhoun aud H. I*.
Tlbhals, Jr. of Port Tow use nd, were in
■ town Tnumdav.
Hon c T. Terry, whn cut his
f«K*t so tally, ia now able to be ar mnd oh
irntehes
Miss Ada Blowers, daughter of A. I>.
Blowers, has been quite sick during the
l«as| week wifh hiUoua fever. Hhc Is now
much better.
PUrALLUP.
NOT WN KINPTV IIOUWA IN TOWN -MURH
UNTITLING AND LIU«TN»«S HTLR.
J FT- VUTCT, ANTE- 73.—A IS ON FOOT
IH» TMILD ABOUT AO H«OI*» « FOR RENT ()•»♦ WILL
HA BUILT A« A MO4EI, B» «UW*ERFAIN AEROAI
J RNAF. TH OOATL I I <1 MAUD F»>R BOTNN
{ CALL# FIUR AOME MOVANIENT IN THIA DIRECTION
THRRO IA NOT AN CTAPTV BUILDING OF ANY DV»-
»ERLPFII»N IU TOWN THJA SCANDTY OF HIM«EA
• IS NOT DUE ALONE LO HOP I*<F KING TIME, A*
J THE DEINAUL IS OU-FLDC OF THAF
JOHN HART LO HAA CONSTRUCTED A TRAMWAV
! MNOINA BA» K INTO IKE TIMBER ON»» AND ONE
! HALF MILE*,
THE BNOM FROM TO TEN IVT.
!OF ITJFFI P M R DAV. TT»!« TRAM a.' AN RUN IN
F FIFTEEN THOUSAND FEET P-*F DO' SH"I IN P*F
, FEET WORKITNF ORDER. IH««>MLY F«»WER TTIH
1 1* ?W » «MAR JL W P »UA L MUTES TO H VIL BA K
. ETT'PTV CA»S.
MANILA'S VAR-L AT TB • MILL IS CLEANED UN
. ONL«-R« AHEAD FASTER THAN H" •A I HH. THE
N I* K. FT BORDER « F LFL»,<!OO F« T OF CLEAR FIR
I« FLL'ED. THIA LA FOR USE IN CAR
.SHOP AT TAENIAE, IN ALD-TION TO THE HEL#LT I
I KWAL DEMAND FOR LUNB R HE IEN»!I ON- OR
I TWO CARLOADS OF LUMBER CAST OF TB • TNOUU
I TAIFTA E*ER» WE* K
A #JX» HOUSE :T BV ST, TW »*T >H,*A HLEH. '
; HAS BEOU CVTNMENRE«T ON LOTS ? AND M.
J BL-EK H
THE PTR.ARUP TAITN IRE EHANE' I BANDS FRV ;
JDAR. LEANT r RAI I NT »OT I H ppc
I ATI T OF M TL«! TT|H» !< STIR ■"■T-I N,T HIM
H«»RN -TO THE WIFE OF JO!M FT MJ>R; , A
J DAUGHTER
\. F HLNTER, WORK?NT ON TH«» "-HUMAN
C'EARLUIR. « UT A D-.'ET* IF.O'I PI HIS LEF
%T TH AN ATA. I)R, FRANK DR T««D THE WJTI.ID «
AVID M- ATER IS DOINC
I»R P PRANK IS NPEN|W4 AN OPP«>
«LTO THE PUVAUUP, LA AFIITION TO HIS O.HCC
; U AR HLA LE-LDI'UCE
• W }, ('LARK IS RUNRUM * T»,. T <■, ,|TIR
J LA# THE ABSCUCTP OF J W II.DILIIIRT.IN.
THERE- CAN HE SEEN AT THE OLLCE OF K
MEEKER A T'N A BUNCH OF RVE FEET
•ONIR, TO BTINEL-.F'T OF «>A * TO AD* L»INEHEA
IONT. PLUMNAND WELL RTLLED. AND A HNIB
TRS»E.ON J EO AT «?TED
P ARA A-»' *T »WMI IN A -PA E OF 2-1 M H ->
AL «T THIA VA? E * S*<» A-TH, EXCE;»T THE .A •,
! WHICH ARE FRO N COW T'#.
F A TRAVEL TRAIN AUD*AI WEE. A! PRES O T
J LA\ INF SIDETRACK BETE, TL VDER THE ANPT-RIN
! TEN TCU -E OF T.»M KSARVTHLNE S
' BEITLJC DONE TO FAEIU'ATE ?HE BAN-LUR»I -F
HO|«S A»?«L OTHER FRELFHT A* THE DEPOT DNR» :•»?
THE EOAIIUA RUSH OF HEP'OMBER AND T»<
! .B R
>LR EME*, OF M *REHCAD, MINN., HAS RE:.;
ED THE HOUSE AT FWE*ENT OEI NPW ■! H» Y S.
ILNO' SRD, AND WILL BRLN< I I* IAMIIJ H-R
--TO RE«J.F.«
M' P* H HIVAR«L'T NEE R *ID N ■ IS
S EWNPLETT D. AN < HE W ILL MOVE INTO IT «B«TUT
F*EUTEM*M*R |..
THE LA LIES OF THE KFETH>VDF*T EHNREH HAVE
A WF*TTA« ESERV AFTERTUAIN
I IF HERKNTA-I » F LA >«•» HA* T
TW,> A R • IRST TS IN MILLER - RIVERSIDE ADD
TLOA AT JFVAW N< R ACRE H AS- .H BA LD AT
«-•* *» AS THER. T* NUT A VACANT BOASE T » HE
'AD MR 15 RKMAN WAS SURNR MTU FIN*)
• HALF A D- T»"*.ONA M-N IN THEN AL ESTATE
O®EE 'U-RP, LOOKING UP I*U>A;IUP PN>P« RTJ
SPOKANE FALLS.
T»CATH FROM THR T FEET* «»F AN OFSR
«T -*S T»F M *R|*|>TNA».
S«S» K»UTS. \ ' -HAMPTON IV
! KA!?«,NN DIE*I AT THE M'T.HI LIE I T U**»PHAI
F JR«ETERTTAY »* TR»M AN OVERDOSE -<( .
'IODINE TAKEN IH'EV HE
«I»*E:A;SNO«T « ; , IDS 1 - TU •-I»T. TT«» HAS THR ••
\ •!A«, !TURA IN OIVTOI},
R%A ATI >T»» IT U*R*.
X-I! , :I IV 11,- .1,-L HEROR. JOHN
T STI. «ER AND W-.FE. J • M<-->FATN»W4L WRW ¥
*J -AB. C « W EV, IF T «, *V.VW M T.
I TTMIIOU FL I\ L>A I* AND WIFE. » I MITCH
• E'LT. « JOHNSON. J. S.NOH A.»D -\M <*
J K\ IA>D W , F MA*S '. II 1.. IAM* R
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TERRITORIAL POLITICS.
B*>dhlie*a Pri»arie» in Wb*t
eom <"«antT.
, Tl«r«U« C»«atf PrcalW ttmmimt*—
(•land Co«*tjr »ra«ertU>
Ikamuia Tkkvt
VS4TCO*. Aa#. '5,-Mx hwirtd vote*
wm ha WbtS«w*B ©o*aty :«?.« 9+tw-
I 4my cadrr th« Cttitwrf or prlswrr ij«m
«wr4 n*>mitt«t« StfVMteMM for > irww
(Jm Tbe (voat to-'ia*. r©verlo|C all bwi
two omaii |*reei»et*. Amw tlx Muvfafl
rMr« for ta ?h« territefrial WB
ventkm Eiiwtni K'Aridz*. Vf K. Jionl*
tr*y. T. 0, KiCtts, i<A« Kr«a« aad J. W
I>orr. vierled MM, sod * tie rxiiU bet »«f d
EMnol water Xtllor tixib
p!a-* on The fix
«R- DIVIDED
Hozaet If »rm4i4«t«.
Tbc ttMiotr «»flilnat#d it Tor
•adiU»r. Huxb El4r.d*r, al^rriff, G«»>rfr
< crtu trr«*nrrr. W_ T- Coope; Jfofcce
J'*d«f. W H !!«rri». itipertaleodeot of
•rhocrU, Prot Herlil; anrvryor, Geonte Jod
*oo tf+e**#. A. W. carter: coroner. Dr.
Cfcetfast. AW were aotaisaud by food
majoritieiu
The Tore in Whatcom wa« arajast coo
tlo'iins? tiw? Crawford priramry plan. Erti
mate* cm the vcXr cart at the
pnmarl«<« »ht/« that Whav om eoonty will
pr**m.tA j cart 260) ro»ca tbU fait, or donbJ?
ttoat of two yrar* afro. Tb*
tfrket n >mlnatr-d itetttrday ia c«rmidered
w-*k, nod rb«; KcpnbUcaas fe«! »uxe of
% k t»>« f.
A BXOOTH KI 591110 SESSION.
Tharttnti Comity ProklbUleo Con
ventlon.
OLYMfi4, A«K. 25.—La« cveoiair Ute
thJr»l party trader* ©* Thwrvioa roantj
held a couvention in Cbampioo ha!!, this
riiy, u* elect cendldatea ft>r county and
ottoea. Mr. John H»n
dttaoe. »apervhMNl the proceedings of the
£nrf?lojr, aod crmthioi: showed carefo!
preparation. eTcn to hi* u«u speech of ar
eepraoee of the unrtpected nomioatlon
f.jr Mr llenderaoo, on the
ownittK ol tbr uu tting;: waa called lo the
ebatr.aad < F. Allen aaaebcaensecretary.
The Jir-i hußiiufo was itw a«U*ptiuQof a set
of r*< M>lutu>n«. pretloosljr prcpafWl, the
C'U beiof ?o the effect that the time had
arrived when the ProbibHion paity should
»*• Matthwd lu Thnr»r«/n
cotinty. went on to »ay that
"ali persons avowiuc tbemselrea party
PrufelKUttßiditod who endorse the na
nouai and territorial platforms, with th«?
Inlentirm of acting and voting with the
Prohijitl«iurt> . tirt member* of the con
vent ion ' The third resolution endorsed
tie Si'jt*a\ reeofruiaed the New Vork I'oir*,
and considered the P»>rtlaud, Or., ptwi/U-
L?; m■■ a lolly R r >ud feiiow. A reaoSdtion
was n laafmoTKly adopted by which the
r .<. irt waaeffeetoally
so far «« Rrtvlo? any mort' op nious on the
*tibJaM9t ff Komao *uffraare is eoncerned.
Several other resolmion* were adopted,
after whirh the curtain rose on the event
of the evening—the nomination of candi
dates for c<*ntv offic?!.
The n.imlnations b*-za:i with the
of repre»eatatlve in the legislature, and
J 1 M'-n't- -•» > i in.ru uafed by a*--
ciamation. without an/ recard to the
nght* of sfaaon county, which is a part of
this district. A speech being called for,
Mr. He well took tne chair and Mr. Hen
derson proceeded to thank hia frienda for
the "unexpected honor," eP* . but, in order
P» pla<-e himself in a proper light, he
would read his Utile speech, which he had
brought with him acctdentallv, so that he
might not be canaht uappiht?. He an
mMineed hira»elf an baviu« U'eu an honc»t
•. . Kloried in beiue a >onthern
tnan. was prood i»f the South. a«*knowl
edged himself a thorough free-trader; de
sired it to be understood that he had
severed his connection with tve i>cmo
cratlr f»arfy. re|*entcd of hn» former mis
led* in |*>liticat life, and aunonuced him
self a thorough Prohibitionist, etc.
The nomination* wem ma le an follow*;
sheriff. C. W Hordea; treasurer, F M.
Canadav: auditor. R. F. Whithani . probate
Tfei NMis ReHedgi. ickool ißptrla
t'-naeut. It. 11. Masse* : assessor, <*ordon
Henry; coroner, f*. If. Coon! 2: county com
miswioiit'rs, \V B. Haunah and A. Henry;
surveyor, A. Krh ksoa; justice of the peace,
Otympta Beeond war>i, 11.
(hMtsin; Thir l ward, I» it. Itigelow.
Karl) of thf nomlneeH was called ou for a
ftpcech. but moat of them a>ke«i to be ex
f tiMid. on the er»»und that they had not
C»»MC AS WELL PREPARED IN THAT RESPECT A«
-}TROTHCR H« NDCIAON." A* TO QUALIFIEA-
I ONS ..F OOMITUTS, IT WAA ONLY DEEMED
UE •< ARV I«»R REV. MII'VY TO A«K EAEH ONE
THE NORONUB, "AR»* YOA A PROHIBITIONIST?*'
AMI IF THE ANSWER WA* IN THE AFFIRMATIVE,
THE NOMINEE PA«?ED WITHOUT FURTHER EERE
NT ON V A COMMITTEO ON EOUFEREUEE, EOU
AISTLNI: OF MESSRA. H. IF. MAAAR .J H IITIN
*UT AND T VV. HOR IEN. WE T NI»JK>INTED BY
THE CHAIRMAN TO AS*'AT IN TUAKIN? NONI UA
FIOIIA Fl ht )•> UT EOTIIO ILMEN AND PFOAEFTTTIOT
ATTORNEY. H ID TO TILL VARARE IE«
WHEN THE CHULRNRAN COLLEC
TION L>T> FAKCRI UP T«> DEL' I%f EX;>EN.**■*. A
MO R>MENI LW«AN TOWARD* THE FLOOR, WHICH
C»»N!IDUED NNTIL THE HREU* WAA OVER BUT
THE * ;U-9T TO THV -TREASURY WAN VERY SLIGHT
TND.CD
F«IAML CANITY !>•» NO -.IT*.
« .■ ; \U/ . T ; i.r ! • Ut/IT 4 OF
L• • : INLY MV*T IN THO EOANTY NAIL TO
DAY AT P» A M . AOD ORAAAIAAD BY TI»ILSI
WA-!»R T'R«W KRT «1 A'RIN«N AND V. II
BU>.* ERA *T" FT INRV. THE ONLY BU«INEAA BE
FORE T' ECO .. ;T ON WA< TNE ELECTION «»F
TWO DELEFFAT* «• TO ATTEND THE TERRIT*»RIAL CON
AC':IIO:> A' VSIKAIR- L*'ALU, SI JTTUR CR 4 A.
P. |LLOWER* AND JATNEA CIILLCSPIE WERE
ELCEJCTL AURTT • CAT S.
TU<- RFTPUB'ICAN* OF FSLATID EOTNITY WILL
MEET IN »NN-< CONVENTION & PTETNBT R 11, TO
ATEET THR •• TL « *«?• * ?•» TH<* K» PUL»II( A?»
IT RRILEHSL CONVENTION, AND ALSO TO NOMI
NATE A FUII CO*; T»TY TIAKET,
SKSINANIA N*>N«I'ARLL«AN TICKET.
A MASS EOTIV« »TII»» FOR SKANIANLA COUNTY
WAA HCUI A* THE I A ADEA AMI < - IUTY NOM
INATIONS MADE A* FOLLOWS K<»R COTARALF
- •?. \M • R», : > 1 .1 OTN ILA.TI! M,
•T'L J. T» WLBTR: ABCR U, JO :• 5 W HITE.
A IDLLOR, A. TO* «R; TREASURER. MR* A ALINE
ANDR WS; JAMES LLALFR. PROBATE
S'IDICC, VV. R. THOMA*; SURVEYOR, T. V.
LTRFWI*: J. O. WATCRCAAN;
CORONER. CHLTVNEE WAU< R.
(ILUMI LOIHIE I. O. ii. T.
ARRTUICTATSNLA F.»R A TSBERAACLS AT
( HJIUL4TNPTS BRACH- U«H>LUTI M.
THE <K»«L *>/ WASHINGTON FER
RFTORY, HELD THEIR ANNUAL GRAUD LVALUE SE«-
FTJON AT SPOKAUE KALIS AUGUST, B> 2MB.
L.**LR» A OL THE TERRITORY WERE FAIRLY WE'I
R« • T'.F« D AND THE »C*-LOT» WAS AN ENTHUALAS
FLC A;«D INKH'ITIPF ONE. TWENTY SEVEN
H>.TGE* WERE RCP*»RTEII IN GOOD STANDING WITH
A I*HTOBRR»HJP OF OVER A THO-.-SN I THE
REPORT OF THE AIAND TREASURER SHOWED A
SMALL TA'ANCC IN IHE TREASURY.
CONSNLERAHIE IMPRTRTANT B«SINE*O» WAS
LRA R !»WCFI D AUD ARRANGEMENTS MADE TO
TEAKA TIOUDI TEMPLAR WORK AHIL MORE TFIW
TIRE. TI. V'. T. JV.NA* HUSHE 5 OF TSO>TNA,
WILL BE A* ORV'AIIISER DURIUG IHE
FA ; AND WIUTTR MOUTH-.
FHC FX-RMATLWA OF A WNRFKY <»-AND L-O«!S«
OF N- A - * WAS N-C MRRN O A
<} * .ON OF VMS MADE T * TH«* «. *HI
TEMP »RS OF W>FTT VITTISLS. T«* *{ THEM
IN IBE R E&JFF* T*» S« * ARE A PROHIBITORY EON
STITUTLOIIAI A- U-MIMEUT.
1 IJ««IANT B> !A*» WT READOF HT»? ANDATAB
MI TED ' • TH- I: W <#. * LIT UOIA?
• • IL • -»• V i R -T. : : F>- * I
TO < IHE M Y t FCNR.OT (WHA- HAN IAOMF-
B • .. . «4WS I- I T ' THE A S • «*N>. • .»
MC WIIH THEWS? WOR*!" **WI J ~1. • S RECORD
OUR FFSCAT »A* SF«TI. ? I V IUCSONTEARTBLE
AU'I Wl'»-IFVR* OF FFEE M. K. T HAREK IN THE
CEO* •»! TCINMTSS<V *'
! IT OF T*VRIDLNG: A ST
TTNCHAN: S'FEJTIA FFE.»U»DU .»A VNSHOO S AND,
<J:<T THE U»«* «R| I { ( T A.;«I LI<AWL
TCMP<ARS IN *EN< AT, MET WITH T ARTY AP
PRYOA . AH*>U'*!'*» EA« S IBARRIBED AI ONCE
AU-L AR> A IIFI«U - TIT.I TO !A* TFCO MATTER
B. t ?E TN« OMR4MBERS<D > TILE «SRD<ER. IN EAAE
THE »AL«RMAC2« N* T REA-IY BY AAJRUST 2MB,
L*W. *BE NEST « »%..>» W»U B»* HEHT A* TA
A L J RAL •. THE DEATH CF HN> «» ' T
J H I INCH, ARHICI* LERTTTH 4 SIITCE IART WS
■ION, « A* ADAPTED.
THE IWK LUTI*>SS WERE ALOPTED
AC » - I, FHMT WC ROEOSASWEND »R,«T>D
TVNSPIA** TO AID 1A THE FORMAL--"!) «-F IJS
AI-II C.F U. IRATFV-'* -OR TH PR- -A ■ F
V S* . • »»F .« » N TA »A • F I.»
T • V « A 1
{KIATLLTTTMI AND RAMMINTR
WTTTKJFCS*. TTW JURATS- tt « F TCNA?«RRANEE
HA* J A*W4 FR*>W .?» INFANCV TO MATNRFCY
ARTSIUS PY REASON THE SRROWTHAND
SOTE-EAA *4 TTTA NT-NIAENT NEW
NEW EAYU»BLTIA!A>R«»
N TH* ?E<ORE, V* IT
-J> )TST NET
IW S< (HA 4 ITOFETSMV PRA-'TDAR IN C. I«
NUI-,J £TO BET « A BOOT, PARTY A-.-TV- «N.
WIS A I |»«BIKTU> > TI L A? ARE AU 1 UAI. ; VVA':
THAI A« BELIEVE IT H BE THE
DUTT «SI AIL IT:AND LA N»P-OR* T<l FOR
d» Weat* to r thr «>ch «w.'Ktlda*»
• AIV.I* «■*» P-A?FOM». H IIREV-NE
V*HA-' »S. THAT*RAN4 TOCT^'IEIEWA W.TH
SIT TVJT IC'V»«TH OF A EIA-A . t «- A^
IHT RE<"«WA
»*■ '■?>#, TFEA!' WE A*BEVE I' TA» TIE «NR
• SNS !> F 1 THE E%»-- NT MH H
5J !FI IK < AJ>. T TI*V*3A.SK"I« U ■
*> ./. V V-IVK U. M. A*- JTV
j
IHE SEATTLE POST-INTELLIGENCER TUESDAY, AUG'JST 28, 1888.
I L*»s. BftO*. I*. 6- 1 w*iV
! Utfn|*a: I*** u *
I c. T . tkt !•*.! a
Twrr m K«e ~ TflK
jrfar oo «M»« *ad *«■««■' . >ne Cartes!
SabWeWer. «t «t» p.-v
(and MK WM iM r> *•:«
to kia »'• fai» Isfii-ttifj » <inu4 CSieJ
vftit* H»..( New York la WOT.
FRANCE AND TRADE.
Skattu. Act* s.
Tte n«r wti tor
at P»ja.;:»p writes u fotknr,
tr jriaf Ike p*rt we*k there has been 1
lively <HU»i tor twj*,at prim 'ar.pa*
froaa I* t» lie- Several grown h»v«
«M put of W«f crop *t time prim. To
day lie l» fwlj A. C. Casipiaell,
W. C. UiWu. E. M.- :ker M Cm. u4 I":arm
•re buying toniajr. Ra««wy h*t rot to
Wis.
j MEKi HASM-E AND PBOWCC RE
CEIPT- rtariog the pest 24 boon »cr
cbandit and produce Iwive be*n received
to *feottie a* iotkin: Per Poget Sovod
•Oiore road. M ear*, ineiu&og 1 car stock,
1 car agrtcoltn a! implements and 1 car
ianifrast effects. p*r Columbia 4c Fwt
Susnd rood. 4 toe*. per Seattle, Lake Shore
A Eastern road, 132 tons; Skagit Chief, 1
too: Idaho. 3* ton?. Ha**ak>. 2 ton*; olym
p.an, 1 wo: Alaskan. 1 too: Hayward. 1
ton: Monroe, I** urns; Clara BA»WB, 1 ton:
kmimwam, 7 unm: Fleetwood. 4 ion*; Mer
w;n. 7 toos: Fanny Lake. 3d ions,
facade. I ton. Aooaf the receipt*
might be mentioned 19 head of
collie. 3D bead borsr*. 4 cows, M boxes
baiter, to co»es chelae, 224 sacks roiled
oat*. 270 tack* shorts. 451 barrels ft oar. 70
oark* vegetables, 2 boxes apple*. 277 boxes
fruit. I*l 1 ear :cr, *& toadies bidea,
2 deer«, 1 case ftsh and "SO tons hay.
FKEIuHT *H IPS ENTS-During the past
24 boors freight has been chipped from
fceattle a# follows Per Puget Sound Shore
road 2& toot.» olnmbia A Paget Sound n»ad
JO tons. Seattle, l ake Shore A Eastern 77
ton* T Aocud X* tons, Kama Hay ward >1
tons. Augu*laS toii». EricksonStons. Mich
igan 2 tons. Hassalo 2 tons, olympian 1 ton,
Idaho 19 ton*, Skagit thief 2', Fleet
wood S tons. Eva.iir-! 22 tons. Edith -Vj
tots, Washington Hi >ti*. t as ale H'» ton>.
Glide * ton*. Clara Ifrowo 1 ton, and Mon
roe )«) tons.
TELEGRAPHIC M ARK ITS.
KEW YORK rr-xrtt HKVIEK .
NET YOKE, AD|. 27.—The chief Interest
in the ttock market to-day centered in
Keadiu#, W< xtern Colon, La? Vawanoa and
HL Paul, with UrefonTranirontlnetital and
I'oloo Pacific next in artlnty. Humors of
todttctkm in the next dividend in St. Paul
were freely circulated, bat with little offset,
and later the covering e# operators brouzUt
the stock up amoug the strongest on the
list. I'kt&iug prices were firm.
«k>Tcrnmen;s dull and rather heavy.
Stem YO!TK KE&-: LFSNI»TSC.
NEW YOSK, Aug. 17.—Hops—Strong and
quiet.
Coffee—opticus higher, ck»*ing steady:
sale*,
.-ier*umlHtr. 11l V»A\ -JU: Octo<>er. FlO 4 (Xa
lo 50, Spot iuo. stronger and mon* active,
fair Rio, 14*^.
hugar—Haw. firm; better demand; pales,
Moseovada. w< test, & l +c; refined easier, ood
fair trade; C, *' 4 *e; extra C, 6 7-lfcc:
white extra c. 6 O-K/4 ofl' A.
M-lfic; mould A, 7 , 2 <'; standard A.
73 cubes, 7%c.
topper Firm and quiet: lake, li 6 K>.
I-eaii —Strong and active; domestic, |4 80.
Tin—i>«li aud irregular; ctraits, 121.
Petroleum—Opened strong at voc,
above Saturday's cUwe, aud advaueed to
91' aC in early trading on heavy buying
orders from the West. A sharp decline
then set in and continued until the clo»e.
which was weak at
Har silver, f I* s c.
CHICAGO raoor**E MAKKET.
CHICAGO, Aug. 27.— Wheat—firm; cash.
f Xh', Sept., W*c; Oct, 'JOUe.
Corn—Steady; cash aud Sept.. 4-i' a c; Oct.,
44 1- 10c.
Oats—Firm; cash, 2T«c; Sept.. If/tf24 I ,c;
Oct., 24 7-fcic.
Parley—Nominal.
Pork—Firm; and Sept. fit 27%;
Oct.. Il.*<.
Lard—steady: cash aud Sept.. *,s 35: Oct.,
32? a-
CHICAOO Live WTOCK MARKET.
CHICAGO. Aug. S7. —Cattle— Receipts sono.
strong; beeves, steers, »VXa6, i
BUs'kers and feeders, |2 HXc ; ?;J.
COttie, |2rtf i 7 >; western raugers,|2 -); |
Ho«s—tfcf-eipt* 'JOUO; active and firm:
mixed. |f> 40: heavy, s.* i» <*# 0: light,
!■» 45.
Sheep—Keeelpts HJ00; slow and weak: 1
natives, 12 '&> i I T>; western sboru. s:> £to
S fo; Texas shorn, 42 t5C».
&A» FRAXCIACO WHEAT.
SAS FRANCISCO, AU«T. *27. —Wheat strong
a;s4 higher. Afternoon sales. buyer Isnj,
11 74 IS, October, $ 1
BUITIMI GRAIK REVIEW.
1.0 noon. A nr. „7 —The V'-j . I.mt £>-
saj* The state of the weather
makes It eertain that the cr«p of native
wii« at cannot come Into market in trood
milling condition. Values arc therefore
daily rising, and country Markets quote a
2 shillings advance. Foreign wheat 1*
more a uve. Foreign red wheat roj-e I
shilling t> pence higher, oi«l white wheats
art? scarce ami are held for long prices.
LIVERPOOL OftAtJl K ARK ST.
Liverpool, Aug. .7 —Wheat—Quiet; de
maud falien of); holders t»fier moocrately;
Catifwrr.Nl No. 1, fteuc.»-<. Id: red western
spring, 7* 7d(cc.7* Hd; red westers winter,
7* 7i(g7s Od.
Corn—Steady; demand fair.
N< w dress matt-rtsls. Chester Cleary.
Children cry lor Pitcher's Ca^oria.
/ v Aptoh
Bibv a/TCagacblS,
i Bala <
1 Cti4 P „ ,» %k*n>»L.»* y/ « «ak«ra~. S
zi^iai^aMk
fi£ f B£J
iiilngl^}
i®-i&J
/u^Ss^
u«iwi J BSIQ T
•-' £ Bala I Eila
1 u*» M •«* nmim \ _" 1 '^yf#
v -. V W..~
LEBROS.,
iirOKTKRS AND PVU.klis I* *
IMPORTED, KEY WEST AND DOMESTIC CIGARS,
TOBACCOS. PIPES. CUTLERY.
t Aj&i «n U<* n T taj .vr*' *■•: w*» hirlt« the pjt h «u<i the tred*' tn cut*rml
'■ ' iritnrk " t1 !••• «*•
Z. G. MILEST
I» W»-t«S»a JL Bile, . « t»>..!. KfUII I.
BIMiES, l«IK. PIRIJIR i\l) !lll\ STOVES.
Order* fr?«m the ooontry «*>!iHted and satisfaction gnaranteed.
Ctivo uh ts call and l»s>k thnmgh onr unmenM* at«x i k.
Mill ttrsst. Sfatilr. W. T.
MORAN BROS.,
Iron P\)nrnlei*s nod
* AST) DEALERii JX
Mt',l en ! Ijf.awrc ,n r .,.:: .. [-.'«.«» »n<l rofpe* Pfpf enl Flttinc*.
e Han-. I ami* .* »*• Pa<» ; «** »« • aodother LabsieattngOtfc; ?-ti-am
« V .> '• t'iMSe and p -at- boildlnga.
w c im rt ... eompWu* catttnc a tti•a !an machinery north of San
FT* net nee l-%nd and snanne rcitine*. a- i a.'.. k:.>ds rvf martsdn er* b«iU and re
poU>r-» ' ••' r «-« « •* - : ';a»'! orst;: --» aud bo !«r*.
I<r • '■•a-isr-- \
WASHINGTON IRON WORKS GO.
Foundry. Machine and Eoiler Shops,
Corner Second, Jackson and Third streets, Seattle.
t. M. rKINK.
MMRBMI Mil Kill ■" • THHTllWW—nrs—l" TITHWHW I«MMI|IW '!■
LOWiIAN & HAKFOED S. & P. CO.
K N All E I A.XO S,
A H i*!ia ai F:trro.md OrsKm-a*, in
C . taatr <&* <■-£« rr> *?•»
ftOVAi.
4 *
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
This Powder aew ranes. A marvei of
ponty. str* ngth and whol«-somenrsa. More
economical than the ordinary kinds and
cannot be sold in competition with the mul
titude of low te**, short weight, alum or
phosphate powders. Sold only in cans,
BOYAL BAKIJSG Fownn Co., IDTT Wall rtrwt.
NPW York
WASHINGTON COLLEGE.
A Boarding and Day School for
Toons Men and Boy*.
WILL OPES FOB THE FAIL TERM
SEPT. IS. ISBS.
An entire chance in the faculty. D. S.
PCLFORD. A. M . of Rariue College, will
be Head Master, assisted by E. P. YOUNG,
A. M, late Snpcrluteneent of Public
Schools at Taeoma. and a corps of other
competent teacher*.
Discipline nrfci. p!ea«ant home life,
comfortable rooms. Building heated with
furnaces, supplied with hot and eald
water, baths, eic.
For further parti nlars address
1). S. PULFoKD. Head .Vaster.
Wash. College. Tacoma. W. T.
SPOKANE COLLEGE,
Spoliane Falls, W. T.
FACULTY—A Full Corps of Experienced
I eai'bers.
CCRHICrUJM—Five Courses of Ptudy.
PREPARATORY AND NORMAL DE
PARTMENT—With Courses of Study.
BUSINESS COLIXGE.
MCSIC, ART AND ELOCUTION—A gjie
cial IVacher for Each.
FACILITIES— Uuatirpaaeed for lustruc
tlon.
DELIGHTFUL HOME—Health aud Chris
iaa Influences.
Fall IVmi Ojwns Sept. 4,
Send for Catalogue.
A. E. LASHER. President.
GARBAGE.
T DEMARTINI A. ( O. HEREISY INFORM
r» •• ■ • at they are ready to remore
garbage and other inconveniences from
rt-sidences in Seattle at fair compensation;
also night work attended to. P. O. box 7;>d.
D. MC KIXSON, W. F. COLLI*?.
JOS. KEKR, F. W. DU NHAM.
McKINNON & CO.,
1 >II.E DRIVERS, CONTRACTORS AND
i Builder*. Office—ln the alley, oppo
ir*» Th«* f'uttnfiftrv*. Apftftirt. WT. »nvl!»tf
WA CHONG & CO
CHINA TEA STORE.
\LL KINDS OF TEA DIRECT FROM
Chiua. the purest and best, from 40 cts.
tofttper pouna. Rice, opium, silk haud
kerchlefs and Japanese *Uhes, very cheap.
Brick store, corner Third and Washington
streets. j»*t9
SJKATTI.K LOIMjK. NO. 7,
TUESDAY EVKNING.iu Bell's
Hall, North Seattle, at
o'clock. Members of sister Lodges and so
j turning brothers, in good standing, are
« ordially invited to attend.
G. W. I*OOR, N. G.
C. E. Eolakd, Re". Sec.
liIC.NKY LF.LASD. Fin. fccc.
Postoffiee box 319. Ju2»'Tu
1 >EGULAK MEETING OF W WIINGTON
I\ Camp No. !. Patriotic Order Hons of
America, every Tuesday at 7 30 p. m. at
their hall in Ojvm Douse. Logan Council.
Sfi. 1. m•»<'♦« «»vnn<l mnnflt.
lIKiHILAK COlNt IL OF SEATTLE
It Trll No. 2, I. O. R. M . every Satur
day evenine at * p. w., in K.of p. Hall.
Opera Ii«»us» block. Visiting brothers
Cordially invited.
J. C. MITCHELL, Sachem.
D. Yoc.v », C. of K.
GKOHGK jl> BUAKK,
A ITORJfEY AT LAW—ROOMS 2S» AK» *
A Cotoo Rlock. Seattle. Was*.
Special attention Corporoooo, iand and
| wt*Woo taw.
P. P. CAKKOU,
* TTORXEY AND COllWljllt"* W
,\ rnw. Booms IT «iul IS. Poocia BaiM
wt. frnel trwt
ISA-AC M. HAIJ.
\rroasEY AND cors=EU-OR AT
LA*. SoikiUH' in Chmiwrrj, Proctor l»
md Nolmry Patiiic. K«oe» 5
•nd t. f*o»t Bniidin*. apa*xT%. Mill
JfTtle. W. T. Consultation trey.
I.J. UCSTBKBKRO
L*te of the Pwu»»r!T»«i« B»r.>
AT LAW — 1 ATO
V j. Cnion Bloe*. yottte.
II K> KY U. LOOM lIS,
ATTOR-Vrr AT LAW-CfXHST Btoc*.
forntr of Front and Coi»ab»» nrwts,
j**tt>.
UIMOLD rn«#lo*, I!IS»T ■CSkIDX.
E. a. CASk.
Hcßride, C»rr 3t Prt'nton,
\TTORSEYS AND COCNSEIXORs AT
i«w •( LAt-ouiK'r. Uonnt Ver
non am] Seattle. Sfc-attie o®ce, Yesler-
Lf»ry block jrlTdw
w. * nifus. | JOHK *. c*oeKrrr.
NKWIJN * CKOCKHrrr.
» TTORXKYS-AT-LAW—OFFICE THIRP
;\ floor Yesler-Learv bnlklinjr: room, ad
r. Tv Land Offlf*.
RBKN HMITH,
\TTORNEY AT LAW, 8. COMMlS
riotier ai>4 Notary Public. Pioe'laaJs
bouM and aokL PustoSco box 673, Seat
tip. W. T.
WOOD A: OHHOKN K.
VTTORNKYB AND C OUNSELLORS AT
law. Attention given to land litica
titvn, land title* aad probate matter, only.
Ki<»d»i> aad 7.l'nion Hi.w-k. aMit-.
B R. FA NNIEH. AIIBOIT,
HOM'EOPATHIStT. FORMERLY OF IJKS
WuhiuKton rtrwt. Bo«lon, Ma.wa
chuaettn, |ti* es attention to diaean-e
of women and children. Tho« expecting
t'onfinemrat or suffitring fr*im menstrual
irregularitie, should especially consult
her. Calls answered day or uijcM. Cotj
•nitation free. Treatment free for tho*
unable to |iay from H to 10 a. m. Wednes
■lays. Rooms. Cherry ■•ti>'»'i. -< attle.
C. K- CASK M. 11.
VBDOMINAL SURGEON AND GYNE
coIogi»U
TACOM \. W. T.
L>lt. 'X'. V. GOODSPKKD,
OHYBH IAS ANDSt'KGEON. ROOM# .s.
1 6 and 7 stone's building, Front st„
■battle. je'i ll
Ult. J. XV. JOHNSON,
I»HY?IC!AN AND SURGEON. OFFICE,
J.Front street, between Beil and
Battery. Seattle. W. T.
13 It. GEO. A. KKICH,
OCULIST. AURIST. L.\RYNG»SCOHST,
having returned fn>m hi, trip to the
Fact and Euroi*, will be pleaaed to jneet
hi« former patron, and other, desiring his
services, at his former o.'tlcv. in the Ye, er-
Lekrr Block. Seattle, VV. T. UeMfieiire.eor
ner Fourth and Marion. j' lTrlw
UK. H. D. LONGAKEB,
GRADUATE Or THE UNIVERSITY" OF
Pennsylvania, makes a specialty of
liaeasea of the eye, ear and throat. Treats
private, chronic and skin diseases. Re
move, cancer, tumors and nicer, withoui
pain or use of the knife.
OJpce, corner Third and Cherry streets.
Honrs. 9 am. to 4 p. tn.
T. T. VIXOIt, H. D. IJL.IL DAWSON, V. D.
Dltci. MINOR Ac DAWSON
pHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
OMCIB IN OPERA HOUSE BLOCK.
Telephones: Office, No. 82; Dr. Miner'*
residence. No. S3.
DR. SHANNON,
OHYBICIAN AND SURGEON—OFFICE,
1 Union Block, Front street, first floor,
upstairs, Room 10.
Office hour*—lo a. m. to 12 m.; 2t04 p.
m.: 7t09 p. »n.
E. L. SMITH, M. D. |j RUFTS WILLA.BD, *. D.
DRS.BMITH vV WILLARD
|)IIYSICIASS AND SURGEONS—OFFICE
I Poncin's III4X k, Front street Office
hours—3 to 4 p. m. and 7to Bp. m.
Ul*. JL. C. WILLIAMS,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON—FORMER
I ly Surgeon City Hospital. St. Louis, M x
Office—Room 6, No. 2313% Front street, St
title, W. T.
Air. nn<l Mrs. £X J. Civile,
HKALKR3 AMI TEACHERS —CliiUir
tian Science, Mental Healing. Xo. IMA
Second street, between Madi&oa and Syrinx.
- --attic. Teertorv.
BAIiKB, MOOKK Ac CO.,
, CEAECHEKS OF RECORDS— RftOMb
. O I'J, 20, S3, 80, third floor. Union Block.
: I Complete abstract* of title furnished to
1 tny land* in the city of battle or Kint
i cwtntT.
1..1.■ . i . ~
M KVKH & DOK .\ HOC *ll,
' , KCHITEI TH \ND SFPEKiNTfcND
.' \ erne, NO2 Front street, Kenmv block.
battle. >.]-
FISH KR Ac CLAKK,
4 KVIUTKCTS BUTLER'S WILDING.
| iV James st., op*. ••-. •• l> oi dental Hote*.
i
H. H' I' 3:1 XMA X,
4 RCHI I r- 1- ?.' )• M 's RKINIG BL'.K K
•'V Front a: . Mi. . ,-Lrt.eta.
G. W. CAIiHOLU
VOTVKV rriU.TC AND rn\-\I.YW
*■ "T, Room I s . I'onrln T>uji.j';? :
MKS. H. M. MATHKWH,
r pYI'K WRITK*» COPYIST V! L KINDS
1 of type-triticn work cxwin- l UiSte,
| room H, «y**r'»oti Haviuin bniMing.
ANDERSON. BERTRAND & C 0. t
Civil and Mining and
Drnngbt«iccn.
1 > AII.ROAD, MIM.v-. \l A i'Kli WORK-«
I i topographical, b- »■ ~• a = uj y.
; drainage en£iu tringgivfti special atten
i cion. City property or landa snrY»>,«d»r
j subdivided. Xtaps io<i mechanical dran -
| iago,engrossing ami b.ne prints a spec! alt■•'
I Township pi* <s am! mapaatwuv* » :i band.
.s i • a'.ii .I, y. « . :.r. •■:•■*. -«*
' ■ XV r. j?i* I: •
J,6. kTRSV. | I!. K. Ou KT5*.
j BCIIIHV «Sc OWKNB,
pIVIL FNOIMLFHS SCRVKYORS A!CI
: v Ci>ntra'-tor«. T Y\
tie work* de«icneu and built. Plana, tpe
j dfication* and estimates furnished. Tc»j*f»-
! graphical surveyand maps made Un on?
pnrnoae. Satisfa< tion rna ran teed.
IX, Hutler Block. Jamca rt..
>THi-tte Occidental U-%
GARDNKH »V HOGG,
; pmi. AND MINTING ENGINEERS—CITY
j v ttnnre%or's ofßee. R/s>mt a> and X,
1 (*nl -u Rb«f k. T*ke eTevaior.
J. C. FKUUI NS«\." V.l.i .i.
CONSt I.TINfS KNGINEKI:
—*jm—
A ie c: 11 1 T ECT.
Cotisolllng I.Q|inrrr,
L«a4ca.
BRTIXSICS. DOCKS, W A REROUTES
PRADiAi>R AVD 11YDRACUC WORK
£ P£C 1A LTIKS.
YEARS' KXI'/RIKN E IN
I j ail js»rt* (»•' ;h .» ri»:
i Ritfim IT and 1\ Colonial t>%»ck. Second
and Co<uml->a str. < t-». Seattle. W T. yl9
MEMORIALS
Fur oer departt«l frtrnda.
A Rare Collection of Designs.
A. C. THOM I»W)N,
nESJONI K AND NA.VCFArTrftKU Of
ail kin is of cuoetevf work, Son Fran
cisro. CsL
BraiiCh fOOOM 17 and I*. Calooial
Meek, corner fteeo&d aud < „Sn W }, a street,
?**tt»'- J. C. F3£Ri»rH*>ji, A^rent
S. BAXTER A CO.
1 ear Yaliais Farly K -*e Pct»|»f.
4 cars Orcssa Chili tiar»«t I'otator*.
3 r«erie*s PuUtera.
SO t; as ragft Timrnthj ffmj.
3d f«»a«.a «a»I
c ..LS (*r»sad iVarlfjr.
3 r*r# *|.**.iesMr Ki»« Kitrs Fl«»er.
4 «or* Kjur« fksr.
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
or TH*
GUARANTEE
LOU i» T*CKT
Toltr-Leary Block. Mill Slmt,
Opposita CeaaareUL
SEATTLE. - - WASH. TER.
(Incorporated UX.)
RECEIVE DEPOSITS RX ANT AMOI'NTS
from one dollar upwards, and allow in-
U.-T-st thereon. Money loaned U|«n im
proved farm and city real estate.
BOAKD or DIKCTOM:
LEIGH 8. J. HTNT Fwaident
DR. T. T. MINOR Vice President
KDW. B. DOWNING Treasurer
GEORGE H. HEII.BKON Secretary
DAVID X BAXTER. J. D. I.OWMAN.
MEKCHAXTS NATIONAL BANK.
United State# Depository.
General Banking Business Transacted.
Deals in foreign and domesticexchange*.
Makes TELEGRAPHIC TRANSFKRS aud is
*«e* LETTER- or CREDIT.
SEATI'LE
SAFE DEPOSIT AND IRI'ST CO.
PAID-UP Capital. SIOO,OOO.
Far* interest on saving.'- deposits.
Kent* sales and deposit boxes.
Receives goods on atorage.
Makes mortgage loans.
P'HKD WAHP. Miuvicer.
THE
FIRST SITIOXIL BINS
OF SEATTLE,
Seattle. WatUngtiiß Territory.
Paid-up Capital. $150,000.
TIEOBGE W. HARRIS 1. WOHTUOH
President. Cwklfr.
General banking bHsiuess transacted.
Sicht and tekcraphie exchaunc payable
in all the priucipal citie* of tbc United
Dexter Horton & Co.,
BANKERS,
Incorporated 1887.
CAPITAL, $200,000.
President W. 8. LAPD
Vice l'rcsident A. A. I>knnV
.VlaintKi-r. .J- P. HoYT
Cashier B. F. BRIGGI»
EXCHANGE AND TKLEGRAPH-
I<- transfer* on New Y(>rk. Chicago. Ht.
Paul, Francisco, Portlan*l aud variou*
P«»int9 in Washington, Oregon and British
Columbia.
Sight Bills of Exchange on London, avail
able elsewhere iu Europe.
Collections made at all pointa on favor
able terms.
Bonds, stocks and other valuables receiv
ed on deposit for safe keepine.
BALLSY GAITKRT., J E. I'. FKRRY,
President. | Vice President.
J. FI RTH, Cashier.
PCGET SOUND NATIONAL BANK
OF SEATTLE.
OCCIDENTAL HLOCK.
BUY AND SELL FOREIGN AND DO
mestic exchanee, transfer mouey by
telegraph to any part of the I'uited State*
and Europe, receive dej>ositsof mouey aud
issue pass hooks or certificates therefor.
CORRESPONDENTS:
London, N. M. Rothschild «fc Sons
Paris, I)e Rothschild Freres.
Frankfort, A. M., L. Vou Stelger A Co.
New York, agency of Bauk of California
Chicago, Commercial National Bank.
Boston. Suffolk National Bauk.
San Franciseo. the Batik of California.
Portland, the First National Bank.
CaU for Reprtlicaa Cennty
Convention.
tTN ACCORD\NCE WITH A RKHOIJT
, 1 tion of the Rcpublh an County Commit
j tee of King county, a Republican countv
I convention i# bi'ieby called, to bo held at
the Seattle Turn Verein bail, tu the city of
| rnattlv'. on Saturday, the day «»f Septem
ber, at II o'clock a. in., for the purpt»c of
candidates for the *evi"»»i
county office#, *electin i? twenty delegates
to attend the territorial eonvention to be
tu Id at Ilkßrtiitton the nth <u« *,j >. {.
j t' Jnher next, and to transact auch other
1 bwlncr a* may be j-resented.
The committee have adopted the follnw
iin: apportionment; T<> earh precinct one
j dekwatv a', and in addition thereto
! one delognte for erery fifty votes or major
i fraction of fifty vote." Cft-i at the last aen
j cral election f<»r the Kepubii<-an candidate
• for probate judge. l ? poa tiii* J a-ismf r^p
; r- >i station the *ereral pntin !<* Hill be
j e..'.!:e4 to select deb-gat- a a* follow*:
Avoudale ... 1
j Arthtsr 1
Hay View . i
i Blaek D-umond 4
« t dar Riier . ... j
Du valla j
l»t:« a»ni.-h 2
j Ki'Uincliw j
j KaH* « ity
j Fraukhn I
' Jret n River
] Houv'hton 2
llot Spring* 1
' Jumara 1
• Mtirose ,
i Newt a*tie j
f OaCCOiA 2
! ReBtOD ft
i Seattle-Ftr»t Ward h
Second v\anl .12
Thirl Ward !1
Fourth Ward
i Sunnydalc 1
j r«»a»iii!«h 1
j -ooqualrale . j
{ Salmon Pay \
Slaughter 2
Tiiu*vllle it
I'," 1 * ■■ i
LetOß .... 1
x a»hon
; White River . •}
Primtri, * will fee held on the 2fth day ot
Au<u»t. i-ss, a « folio**. In th*« city of -v
• attl . from « :*? p, m. toS p. m. t at the fol-
I Urwmg placet:
First WmnL at the eajtlue bouse ou Boitl
' Thirtl street.
o:.d ward, at tile engine honse on Co-
Third Ward, at the Flrol Rex'ment ar
f -rU i Ward, at BeStovru ca?..i«
; iioua<*.
lo : - i-jM- i 'A l . •/»« k{. n
j S p. m.. at the u»aal voting; piacrs.
In a« « with a resolution of the
| territorial central c«!*mtnittce, it it re< ora
• mended that ea h precinct be repre«entrd
j r«y it* *>uly elected Ucleeaus wbeue\er it i*
|K<o.«tole fur f hem all to attend, and that tn
; cose of unavoidable ahaencg <»f aay
• hts proxy be elv«u <»nlv to a duh
; elected member of hit deiecatp>n.
J. C*. IIAINKS. < hair man.
W R. FoMfjt, BrcMarjr
Fred E, Sander
DEALER IN
REAL ESTATE
*" l a»D "
LflllL SEfIRITIES.
O^iricrE,
C #»n»«»r Mitt lift Como>*»r« lal «ts
To Vlanyfacturers!
Partis-. d««lrlne »lt«» for
Saw«r.ll». Shiaele Mill*. Sa»h
and Door Futorio or Brttk
W »ri* on th» water froct with
railroad ia the rear can tenure
tie *-13# at re&KuuU, rates b y
tl.o
HLST (O.IST ISrROTO TT CO.
W. E. I-.iXL AKD.
S«att!a. W. T.
| O. C. &HOH EY ft Co",!
HHrtntSl
. *•» <»< at t-olmoi,i» |
' f
Sfattk Luke Shwf & Fast cm
Railway Cwpuy.
OS AND AFTER, JCLY 22. M AST)
nntil further notice. train* will run
as follows:
TO tSIUIA* *KD I3CIBBMBDIAT* rOIXTS.
I.veSea:tle A !>:.'» Mm, BIT Oilman 1200 m
Lve>eati.e BS *j pm, »rr tfiiman «:1J p m
Ke'urmng—
LeeGilmaa A.I TO p m, arr x'atUe 42R pm
i_vr Gilraen B» -O a m, ai-r Seattle
TO BJM»*0»MB AND INTr.KMKDIATB fOISTS.
Lv Seattle B!> .Warn. Snohomish 15-00 m
Returning—
LvSuohomiab B3TO pm. ArSea!i!e.vi>pm
TO SMITH'S COT*, bVS, RIMt * AT**, *AV *S
SI rARK.TC.-LEB ASP KCiTU.
Leave Seattle BT 30a in and 1 tipev
Keturniujr—
Lcaw Keith lt< 20 a m and 2:*5 p m. arrtT
lug at Seattle H.»l >S *mau i pm.
••A" dailv. "B" daily except SUnday.
Trains connect al Oilman with stage* for
Falls CitT, Sno.jUalmie Kails and Hop
Ranch, and at \esier with steamer lor
S.-iutson l.ake Washington
. K. JONES, W J. JENNINGS.
Train Master. General Pass Agent.
VT. R. THORNEI.I , Manager.
Opposition Steamship Line!
THE STEAMSHIP
Wilmington
O
Will sail from Sail Francisco for Seattle
and other Soand port* on or abont the Slst
inst. Passengers aud freight at reduced
rotes.
( \mi\ J. A. HITFIFID.
DAY BOAT.
Fast Steamer
W. K. MERWIN,
Leaves Ycskr'i wharf for
Whatcom
At 7 a. m., touehing at CHntou, Holmes
harbor, conp*s iiie, Crsalady, ljiconner,
Samish and Blanchanl's, every Tut'Sklay.
Thursday aud Saturday.
fretcht or parage apply at W
S. T. <'n.'sorticf. Vesler's whuff.
COLUMBIA & PUGET SOUND
RAILROAD.
Time Tabic, Taking Effect
Sunday, May 27, 1388.
Trains arrive aud leave coattlo as fol
low a:
Leave. Arrive.
Newcastle anil wayl ~„„ _ . 11M _
stations (mixed).. •.» 3 -°P- m
Frauklin and way sta f 7 iX>a. m. 'JtSO p. m.
staiious* i i;;op. m.ll 00 p. m.
•Coal.
T. J. MII.NFR, Superintendent.
PUGET SOUND SHORE R. R.
Time Table, Taking Effect
Sunday, May 27,1888.
Leave. Arrive.
Tacoma (pa«Henger)t. 4:V»a.m. P lOp.m
Ta**oma (mixed;* *2:;*) p.m. UVSfrp.m.
Stu» k Juuction (mix'd>.s:2s p.m. a.m.
{Connects with the N. P. K. R. for Port
land and the East,
•Connects with S. P. R. R. for Portland.
I. A. NADEAC,
General Freight and Passenger Agent
T. J. MILNRR. Mansffer.
STEAMER FLEETWOOD.
FAST TIME FOR
Seattle, Tacoma. Steilaeoom, McNeil's
Island and Olympia.
SUMMEK TrME TABLE:
30ING—DAILY, EXCKIT SATURDAYS
Leave Olympic. 5:00 an
Arrire Timmi B:?soarr
L'lvc Twomi. •.♦:00 am
Anri ve Seattle 1100» n
RKTITRNINO:
Leave Seattle 12 :*) Hnudaya.. 230p is
Arrive Tare ma 'i-.'SJ Huudaya 4:ao pn:
Lean Taroma S:M Bosdajni .voopn
Arrive Olympia.. 6 :*) SuutU'v.H, > :a) p w
Only boat ir.akimr Rrmnd Trip on Sundays
MEAL 4 OK BOARI>.
GEOftOE FOSTF.K. A gout.
UEinoii
EAST
VIA
Northern Pacific Railroad,
Columbus, Ohio,
TO ATTEND THE
22si National Escampeal
OF THE
GRANDARMV
Of the Rcpnbiic, w!n>M meet* In thUritv
September rail. Tbe Nnrtl.tm I'a< lficm»d
w ill. on hepte»nl < r :!d, 4th at A Mb, ptare
ou rak- from all »it- in 1 tthoaud Wa-h-
Inston a round trip ticket t<» Colombo*.
Ohio, fv>r
SBO.OO,
Good to retnrn t<» OdoN r i«». Thia rate f*
( >K» for e\er> U d>. and if In the route !
leeted by |h«* t*. A. K. It t artiavntM of call- !
fnrn a, Oregon and Washington Territory !
For farther Information and t> < nation*
in Pullman and Tourist «am, the latter'
free, i ah on am axent «>i the Jtorlhora I'».
rifle railroad, or a4tlr«*«
A. D. CHARLTON,
Afwistant General Pa«»<h;r< r Agent N. p. R.
R-« <2 ** aiUlnftoo ►!,, Portland, nr.
A. rMIt liKK •. Tr« k» r Srmt. s. attV
6. r. & x. co:s
STEAMERS
W'H.T. litre -EAITI K CITY DOCK
" '!*;!> • !. , !>( m.i Im., hrhramM
• * m., 1. -<w *. m. ftit'l 30 [• r.i. buiidft v>
»: :i «. to. wi.l s p. m.
P r Vtetorla-Dall), wept Hand*/. •«
F«r olrmpla—Dftil)-, ftuntUr, »t :
l- <« a. La.
For Whuteom ~ Hangar. Tit**day an !
Thmwtav. at llpm, Monday Wedu —la.
an! PrMtjr at 9 p. ». •
Tonchiuif at iatennediate points on al)
row les.
W. If. HOLCOMB, OesL Manager. |
C. W. JOHXiSOS, Superintendent.
A. L MAXWKM.,
Genl. Pass and Tleket A«*nL
ED. TONKIN, Local Are \
< itv Dork.
Steamer SkagitChiei"
I EAVES SEATTLE. FROM YKMI.PR'.
}f * -< »i«v irwniln*. on t i,i..
tor un 'HJBfr, tokening at CUaton, i'ort
»u-an, fUanwnod ami I'rsalad}.
K*turuiu* Monday a.
wm T bun* lay morn fur on tide
t*neht»i* at Cttnvm, c:impeville7l*t*alady
Friday Harbor and Ko< he Har
Hrtarntng Fridara.
F«»r pttbUe or private- e*r «r«lon»
«p-» a: r*». * will flven on application
NO OTHER RAILWAY IN THE
NORTHWEST
I F A 2 '* L TO THK
•on Of Z32A? ? trml Ul,r {,,r tranaporta-
I aol. Mien- apo »or Afch -«<} and Milwau
£Cf Of ( ;ji< aif > lliij f , t , ! K
THE PEOPLE OF SEATTIE
ft* ' '''.ffT **" f " pU ar "•» '
wii. 5. MELLC9, iff BARXER,
V*9. r l*a«i.AlVfcetAft
GCf» liA n * j i rrt . . .
(LifU S
i « ■
5. j f « M«< :-aj # Wr- aad »
JtTJai * ls '** * - '■ "■ e - •
Pacific Coast Sieamshqi fc
The stew*ships I'M ATILU a,. t
wil! leaTe the Ocean Ivx-t
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
day at » o clock a. m. H
t[ AUSKAEXCU^IQ«.
Sesttie for Wrancle. Ju-i.*n HI»
Sitka and o,her
Idaho
TheAucon Ao «--aa<!jjJ»
lugi.'^^g^
W. H. SPENCER,
Pie. Agent B.C. and I n"
Canadian Tail
R AILWAY.
THE TIU B
TRUNSCONTINENTHI mill
BKTW FK\ U
THE PACIFIC ANMHEAimat
|TS I'ASSENiIER EtJ! iI'MIST 1%
I 'nest In the wariti. i uJB
on* Sleeping having
In* and t*!h room.; (~r
Clean Colonist Cars, with ■■».. **
Berths for holders of ».,*««! e&,u22?
aud the most modem stvie of <»» .J25
Its Dining Cars an.! il.fek
best quality of food i 0 u,limit!*! ,„i5
at reasonable rate?. '
The Variety and (!rnn'.<>a- of
aloufc 1U lluv is ■ueqaaM. , n( j
tails of tra.k. train
omitted that <an add t» (Ju '(uZJWJ
Cmfort of its patnms. All la ailii J2
the tw*t and met ■errtcatfe Uiw- foT?
whether for buaiuema' pleasure
Portland. Taroma, battle \Wta2?2
Paelfio Coast P'.tutA, and Wluaetei*!?
ilea poll*, St. Pfcai, chl.-aao, «. ui u VoS
via, Toronto. Jlontrvat, Skaton \, «t2
KM all Eastern Cities. *T«a
Thniach Tlftrti arr I ,nM t* a in.., .
Point* IS the InitnJ Ma'r*.
aa<l Farope at bum
For detailed information aimlr tn ik.
lowiuß asent.« of tie t *
C. «.
<i Wm.Vnirton «t, Pr>rttaaAa>
*• *
E. h. EI.LI>. lacooML W. T
l>. E. BROWN,
District Freight ami PaflitigK Ap%;
„ , V«ni nxrt.fi. C.
C nrn'yp"Tnlpno :v«TwtfwU.v soiMt#4
Caiailiai Pacific NariiJtiti
(USITEO.)
STEAMER
I* It E >1 I KH
BOUND SOUTH.
r; ixxvt-- - tauvt—,
\ aneunver. Monday hnawl, Tlsn-sta
A Thursday J|i n A Monday 9-»pi
Towtisend, Mondaj -eattie. Friday ud
A Thursday 11 pin Tuesday .IVaa
Seattle, Tuesday and Taroina, Friday m
Friday 10 aip Tuesday Umms
BOUND NORTH,
Taroma, Tuesday A Seattle, 1 ilrvlaf ng
Friday 3p ui Friday SMsa
Seattle, Wednesday T-'unsend, HrUtiMT
i A Saturdav. « s m, A Mturdaj l«sii
Townsend,Wedn'udi; t'ttneouyvr. Wwlaa*
A Saturday 10 am. ila* A Sat ly
DAYti OF DEPARTURE FROM SKATTI*
Wcdaesdats ami fcatiirdsya,
DAYS OF A KHIVA L AT SKATtI*
Tuesdays and Fridays.
JOHN A OtsRIEN, Master.
F. J. CIH'RC H. Am ut »t SeatUi
JOHX litvisn, Manirr. (' I'. N Co. 14.
TO SAN FRANCISCO, UL
BY WAY CP TUB
Southern Pacific Ctpj 1 !
LINES.
THE MT. SHASTA ROUTE,
Quicker iu time than a»v otiior mule to
tWrCTI
Seattle and San Francisco
LEAVE BEATTIJ: DAILY AT 4 F. *.
ARRIVE IN t» V N Fit AS('l. v » O t ? 49 A. 11.
1 ht uiitrh Tim# Kart) KUht Unn.
rhcGraud Scenic route of th IViflrCMi
PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPSIS.
Tourist Sleeping* Cart
For accommodation vf • < claw ;•&*#«
gert attached to t xprean train*.
For ticket* and other information call on
\ CitILBCKU,
Ticket Agent.*attK W.T
E. P. ROGtti l
Gen. Freight atid raao.
R. K.»KllT,gl|. M»!:*vr
Scuttle, Port Towiitend, tke
lalaitds ami Port An-
RonU«
4JTKAMFU I VAMiEI Wil l, UUVB fll
aft!>■ . r r« : t-'ie^inwH
every MomUv a* I o'ciock. Lravt
Prattle for Port A-. : • *:i»l the i«-«odi
-•very WedtK'tvlar mortsir.a «t— o'rluek.
For freight, t n«>»a_'r or
Ujard or to tne w.it gmwJDv
1J A - >;ut^>r n|lH> k- s« wt •
STEAMER W. F. MUNROE,
fearrrJti*!?. a >?««,)
' l+ uwn s i«tle for K ml*. MnkUWH
Mary*vilk' eivi *-u«»ho»nJrtl
Dully, ox «•«•!>i ' >!«y.
For freight or itiqujiv <-■"> toiff
! or at Yewler wharf.
< i». HUOW.VKIF.LD, !!«;-•«**
rJ» K-»>Tnt v s '"tif <
Washington Slwunljwat i ■ ansfir*
iiitiofi Ceoquny. '
CARRYING THE V. . MAIL
SEATTLE-PORT TOWHSEKD ROGTi
eTKAMERS AN'DKtWON OH EDITS WILL
- ru » <i«Hy U-Tw.-iit rVfiitie n4 wWPfgli
To wunetid, leaving Hmttlf*! in ,fCXK*>
-<' i }'«> •:u4 Port
Ludlow. RetuniUfob sv« IV r TowMW.
«1*11? (except nil Mlxv) «t H 99 A. 81.
SEATTLE-WHATCOM iIOUTE.
PUamrr \Vwhlii«t»u 1 »ri» -•
Ttlfmlaj hihl Thßrwla; «I » * *.
loii'Mtiir at Clin ton. <■■■■ • ,!e, Oal H«r
hrtr.l'tMUadjr. !*. „uii. r. An«.
Falrbarcti. B> Ili'i/ am «ad
*«ra#. Hfltirnlrit'— <• 'A < *u*K : Ha+
Wurfiic-adaj ■ aiul h <i«f» *! i
SEATTLE-SKAGIT RIVER ROUTE.
f City i»f maw |. »v» -"M
3k»rM River ait<! ua> j«» rt« iioudMf
TiiurMay momiuga, rt.urning i\,tr»d»J9
jui'l Friday*.
K*w freight and jm/umxf
oy'« offin <ni Y «-*]»• r'« Wharf.
I SPINNEY
Ac CO.'S
PRIVATE DISP£XSABY.
319 Conaarclal atroot. i«r»*
Jackson, Suttl*. W. T.
All cfaruuir Diaru... ( ,f M F.N rnuS WuWB
Silt (*« n»f 11 i I v tr'-at**!.
Um *A.\l|.*.|>..\,r .
DtMlitT, Kjfian.tr.i Vitality, -nltm-
VntMa, Mcnaatorrb'i. u. In v
U«m>rrhor«.nWt. Hri»hi!if«. PfiiiaiiutD*-
fßtw, WraJhmn. in Wu-at * . .fid aif
Uoual rmujci'iacrjT.thc' r- tnjujovm
fill <«■ en .-p. in *! . t }• ara.
URINARY Kl«ld> T. at t;:* !.-r •*£»
I Weal Hwk, ' -•«. >i*+
Cry»tl«i, Vtrtfweie.Mrlftiift . ■
ly an«l iiafely nm-tl. JCohi««* »iunutiUai*
itirvrx, T;»»r »hi«l
ran*. t ir.. « h*-.> • r si xabtflk
iiivous }
YOUSOMtr "
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bivttf. the- tajti' tr« r •*:<» a tiiear
titr «MffV-rinsr hm* Aia.ftr. Ai ; <tu
of the 4t"+
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