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The Seattle post-intelligencer. [volume] (Seattle, Wash. Terr. [Wash.]) 1888-1914, November 02, 1888, Image 4

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fKBBTTORV SEWS.
Payailtip Over
Hoppow't Smallpoi.
Acrivirr or Mrrwiaw.
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Tin Tt"- - Bmrgtmry a* f»ri
Xiniflnll /« *p*a4tl»r«ft
Fa/allap «»f *»rkrt.
I®*. L—By «f ftt
jintnn ffw ptiMk <»et*oo» t« ri»*e4 w
llj Thie i« f® conae*fsea*e of ttwi & k
haa Isk*n ***** *3! t*e Vra
4ksb*irx famli.r fAfvkiiii cSaim#
that the U MM tf#
Jpltr«k :»n* flit It la m*
In ttw flu? tofti w ttrUtif
«ir>'iur"l jwt tha saa*« as lo caa*a of
IPlDpox. ttoe tU3
|E CORIM tatteptaaeot Urn***.
TilM* PfJUn*
Do*»«rral» Ha»a «M>4WH4 «■>>*
uil «»t .• Kcrtktaf.
ffOOTH Oct *l,~K»eCylhl»»
else to turfinv) ('>» aolittaa ;«*• The
faaiMfnct a# Va*iaia are ar«««*«t. aa4
•ra n>a«lt>* atr*aa»a* efforts, wfcl< b tauet
were ih* rtctorr »f « *»•* »•■ '
Sflia arbafa HaamMteaa Ta«adaf
l&HedlnM »B'l iodn Marfwf tf.**
at OM fakfin* <WMln«<fay
£«■ nflruy mail at Abtaauai. Tin:.-«
In *tcM ia'l/' Mertenl ao4 Ca»<. Holuia
SftlaaTlrtin frKlajr aifhl. Mllroy
mod <:ol w, f. Fro off at *»«•«. faJn»
«ar tilrkt Hon K-f wutaon, H-u K. o
ao4 Mr. K K Nletio)*. ckne tii»
MHMMin At S»fH< VakiOM ao ro« m* Km
SSpMaaof rakicaa art fliiiif 'iwlr
Amf-w te luU r*lU Of (fwd r<»f«/MIBCOt
Sr ut AnifWß }»»ior»rt
Kn» freely oa oar atreete <>o
Ikt of ilteo, with do air. ia
Kk, H la ala»o»« lai|>r*if,l»> to lay a
Vu«« any e»» of tine roualjr RawiWi
CM motmlM— -i 6vMnraut*4 are ta* Data
*T!rir.'» t the frohlMtiou '■awli'tate tor te*
Mahal kfM ati»« t«»»"r«. n>*ak. k«re
fMday oliffet The efei »f tke fo-paMleaß.
a» oarnn). and all now »a that tti>
|>rnb lt.lt'oalaM a»» Iwnawrala kt<Uar
an4rf • teißMran' * '•loak
tea of tW t.ar-lwt u«M for <'»'
«MMle«' to crack la tha toiloelng f ir«rj»t
RHtMciif bl» fatber'tipeechoiidaitrarrd
at Atlanta, Oa . <>cu«rw# S, ta«l Meaalor
T|>rlii, i ■ aabl "IVic la»« rotnSltaf
111 cm tn do DO (pay a tariff lai)Wkewfaa
•Mar, «*A»t>rax>' and protect tbelr jrouugt
gH MtlD| mm fact »rtf tit trim, bard
wood, iflam, wooicn aail cnttou " Ttwac
«e tha arord. of Uw "TaJI thrcaasocc.
■aijkIm n' "in tl*« twrfpi* wf Indiana, and.
Wink a icadini i»<f»»rra'tc ipirlt. hl«
Word, and UtoiHrbt., potiiicSjr *lrct>. are
worthy of ao«K attrition
MKITIXU AT CK.VTItALIA
far, J. ft, TbnmpanM thttmg Good
Work for Sir. Allow.
C**ra/tM«. So* 1,-Kar. J K. TW»mp
aoa, at Vancouver, afMr'w<l an lot*r«stv<t
MapoaHcao audtcii-c to ulfbl Two ytn
Mi> be wat huntlo* »«rtc« for blmaalf.
Row ha la apcaklii* to behalf of other.
Haapok* *«tj plainly on Ib« tariff que
lion, and allowed acvcral rcaaol>. why
tuajlii tall «| well a. Kepsbileaoa thonld
CMt their rutea for lobu H Allen. that
Vuorbccn waa not the frtend of the pa>»
rtr, taat for two term, he had raa-b
--■NBlaaa, and 111. third tertn would be
ifMßlaea and no bo»lm»* lie tonrhed ou
railroad forfaWiw. rtlllllt that Voorbeea
•ranted a onlrenial forfeiture from lake
Superior to Puce! Monnd. Tin- band
tornlatied mu.le for the occaalon
mttICAL TALK.
(.aek of latereat Kaat of the Moen
talna <>..ln( Home lo Vole.
Tacoaa, Not. I.—C'barlej Voorhee.
p.i> 'i throufh the city tbia morning He
•wintered twl'e on two dlfTeraat pa«e. of
tlie re.later at The Tarwrna. and b*<k one
brrakfaat and went bla bowling way ont
tale the »*burba.
Jadce J. fl. ltearla. a well known Demo |
Ckt of North Yakima, waa In tha pity to
f. He aaya be ue.er knew a time la the
btatory of politic, tn the territory when
there waa no little lutereet inanlfealed In
•a elecllon la the rutcni part of the lerrl
lory aa there I. at thla time lie expert,
(be tote lo be all out on election day. but
there t> little nolo, preliminary thereto
Ha aaya that the fceiiug of lutere.t .howu
la tlie Mound town. U very marked In con
treat to tkat eaat of the uiouatalua
A few day* ago Mr John ft Allen, ae
aiNßpanled by nu* of the Kepnlillean mm
Btlttee. walked i|Utetlr Into The Te oma
betel and the latter aakeil on behalf of II r
Allen for the "bent be>t room In the hou»< '
"Take a ebelr," aald the umlllng clerk
"What do yon mean"" demanded the
tpokratn.ii
"Duly that that I. the beat room In the
koate. In other worda ire hate none."
The committeeman waa compelled to
tod room lu a private honae tor Mr Vllen
To-day the difference In tb. hotel I. very
Marked There la plenty of room and
aomparatively few arrival.
Tbeqaeatloa bi ltig put lo a traveller at
to !h« cauM to day. he replied
"I uart home to day. lo be them to rote,
and I (Uppflae thai la the matter with all
the reet of Iheui I want to .<•« the late
verdict In Oregon empha.lied m Novem
ber."
Judge .laeoba at I'ort Dlacovery.
Foar Inaiovaat. Nor. t.—Judge orange
Jai-ob. eddreaaed a large and delighted
audience here tonight 111. .peeeb aatt
maiterly one and erealed the nUno.t eu
Ihttalaam There are uo free trader* here
now
Spokane politic. Very Warn.
fti'ofc\Nk PAUK. Nor. I. The ix.tlucal
■ltuallou t. waking warm and peiitl< <o»
are beating up around the cdler llettlnf
la a (land off. The territorial #ght .ceina
lo be loat .Ight of In the general .crambir
tor county office*
Another Kagle tlorge l.andalld*.
TACO*A, NO*. I -The we.t bound train
•Marled ou time al I p in li rucoun
land a heavy land.lldc at Kagle tiorge
tteaouot beatalc.) when tlie track w(!ll*i
•leaied
Til K NRW MHRKHLR.
foriUntl, Ttrrtma «nd Train*
AlVrrUd.
Taioma, Nov I. t T n*ler Un m** lime
•Pkedttie to **> til to tflfeet tin (he Northern
Parlflo in * f« w dava, ju»t «< mi.
taita Are AdjMated. tr*t« So \. from the
Kftat, will »rrw*» her« «t ? o'clock in ih«
■Writing, in»h a>! of lu U)9 wetting a* »'
frwM-ut It will Wiv« for Portland •» Tto
The train from PortlAnd will
fit* at hlo|* in . arriving hrfv at ain
•lakltiff eottneeUon with Hie merlaud
no for the Kaat At «Y.*> a tn
train wilt IrAVe Tacoma for ,*» oat He m
tM, *JO »lßUt*a After thr arrivalof
the train from rortlut) Tat* train win
am-et the w«*»t bound overland at Pajaliu?
where battle will ■ Iran*
fcfWtl, and win rvaoh Seattle at about
• JO a m.
A iwrtmi train will leave I, M*au4 at
11-V> a m . arriving at Tamvina at 7 u> |> m
minhipai i:\nai m« am t:
C'lia»b«*« »f 4 orr*|»tl«u kgalnat
K|mk»li«i'« i tty 4 ounr||.
RfVKANB Fill Nov. ! of Hi
Ctu council havfl <*arktd
with Atigr> del-ai. » and Mttvr »>. •> * •
openly rtiar • th> i *
*tvkl<M» management of th*- »u* at?a»<•.
At a irtt etin* la««. x»niu< Ad« nan
Bal*ey, win* ia <»\*cn|oouinit th* ,
ran** at?ain*t U« al » * nj.j
koo-lh-r* fotwd the eoun* U t to a »
Ibrlr hanik A *tta •• i\ t»,« <i ••• »
ha« W* *l*et» aunU itu t»« « *r«- of
eflUial Corruption,, atUl v i<* apt** *ut «,-.
the |*eoplv that ffavi.!* are V- n*i* r|»et?ated
with a elnmay a* f < «apt at <tON-oaiiu« :it.
K\teuaive grading as • :?>r r pnbtte
tl*|»roveui< ut> *re b«iit| pusfnd hi an ci
Iraiiuant tnanurr. vi\ uig amp: *. op ■
corrupt.an to *el lu it* work i;« a !
of an int«*ro>ttn* n*r«rr may t »
Ham tUn«
mAtu i 1 nor mcwn
The Market Firm at to f.» r ( holt*.
WMh H«»n»a Sal<-«.
Pi vut> r, \»» \ -< *?• a U *
JUondou aum»niirv the a< tAH>
af jhoiv*, au-l th yr..* k* n\D f
«oloreu h»>p v
The marki t firm /or < tun- cat • ;»
Jimoti Jokn* nof U'x ku *, ». I r* halo•
At ItietttH*. Ha amou a t-.v %
at to rtnt* I- < ' • \ *»
19 centa >aaa lk* Kl* -» I*t.> to l
Ills twuttli '.s .0 t»au wm
ikaM livtlav Max tfcwlf tut .
td al 15 ceatx
OiTMHA.
New laewr|v*>r»tt««»* A l«m *r
•Journal t»e#<U
OLtJtrt*. Nov. t-'Tbc Mi • nj;
pot&'Aws have AM tbelr art* •* n
Been-tarv OwHuo
flu I'lktoO New* C»mu>«njfw *"t
Gt»iul «topk» I- - »
ivvl, rwWrtrk \. AiW'O an~l tl« .i -
4eau Its ol ueu are to csutv on ar-
m* M bv.iit * ami new*
Th«- \eer\ a Kirk v >.'.«pa*v l
clKttk. K f )'..!.■« »«•« »'.A. M.i ,
«t)|«l- or* »<> i V>ay.w -s •-
Jaai (it tttivl t*tti*^llur HidH't s
The «*ea?tle 1 llailwa* latent C*m>
rS«B« .h>h» ? Hajl. I.*
t, i..«, M- I^ntnau 1 . A »v
--i ft ssa K?. R. H. M««
Ut«kea o; >r«'t|r; J. M
V!«t «M i ooHet nJ
-Its to Ml A lUW>>. *l
j
i bat railway. Mtoptoaae, telawwpb aad
* ttglM irtM tie ', to bmUC eefasp
and tmumt alrert raiinada. tetagsegb.
tetiabaaa aa*d etoetrie lig* w?ra.
The front gtmet <a?>se Kaf!ray Caaa
■ttf of beattie, raabal acock an NAM., traa
uallii. Kmn, » '-ataert. 1. f Ran. J. j
C. Wgtata, /. Eartfc. Qaai II bwwmaa. A.
*. mtewaiH. f. K Hand IT, K. 8- tw»nr. It ■
W'Hsakea al / ¥ Tli naapara a<
t itaa fraactow and ft CnatMar -A f-artiaad
It* rbUrf (etijeet ia ta> t*M. awd "per
a'e atre*r raflmad*. telageaairi. te-faybriibt
aad eStetrfe l>gkt wtraa asd liaea
The fnrat Mtrart Cabt* 'aadnrilm
' oaapaay of *»a»rir; caprai ttoek fdb.M
braataeaH.6. glratrt.K datatrLJ P.Stoy.
J ' Haiaa. i rank. «. M gowMa. A
H Utrwart, E S. iaader, R, H. Oeoa-y and
M M' Viekra of IMaOie. J M Tkama
of Kara Kmdaee and d ' owJter af Part
iasd Ita drirf eMect la sa ewatrart aaal
.•«p*r»t» *traat cai,rr«da. natiwaya.
Sewgrapb, telepbwne a«d aictrie igV
W»»r» «a 4 >]A«f
TIM! KinitM trrtMtlM *
| CMfdUti wUirk 9 \J f*h #. .
;It J w iMMRMia * A. Wfw,
! 1. f «J*t W. A It#
tiw fi*tn tfe« Y Bktmm f!*«f
!b? fhr W**t K m«4W rm*y in Ki*t2t*«
lf»r of lm*rnli*m
The fsK»* *Hsr tfiftiaf (J««hu>7 of T»
+*ym» t Ktock fl J» trw*w«
ffrary < ». H«rtM a»4 AUmi
' t a***tD ft* rAj}*# X* tft Ift in ft
mliaiisf
Th*" Miain(«M
MliUn* f-mpifMl
1 MTtlTr i *-#<;•». fs B. f rer*H.
* p». H. C. frtftk »»} 'i B -Mt#
»f!i '/VfXM, w4 K. rmiiiaii M II
i Wnn»«*» pv>ftWn«l
Sir JittH A. P<«rmof fMt'ik i* it fb*
riff msicinf mi*—ry ior
. tft* iMmbrrsx**, ft ftftw twfcly
, thftt »!ii wwo k br hl» is UM
Q*?**K} < 'ltf IF" tfefti iii* JHl p#r VFIL
V' '#tj fK» {4ia tfi tfcf ,V«rtJww<( Ah
*A 1 u». •*<>. &*t»K 4#t&Ur4 fvlwrtrtly to
the l«skr .i.urnn* *s><| wti# 24
Cir*i *e»i: y The Aii&acff vtn
H? H
Imrjftf tar of tbm v«r»
*4 fll«4 for i« flu? iwti
: Of f£ii« OOl»fci*T l»5 »tfr Ifftt.*-
fi T» of r» *; tb* •4rrr*f*i«
■fi*.n9 of wtiMrh **» f«r ft»
ul f7« 77 Tlii*
;a»t '«soa?fc. »;<') I ft^L<•*?♦•« jcrtwffti
(M-ritjr • t.» ! is tad "tmaiv,
Ur A. H * "iwtwtwf*. who »■» JVmi»*?«*!
, bjr »fef ttomoirrafet fur wftg> of 'tw atf
IffiDirtf, hftt r«-fn«fd t/> mftk» tlw rno.
to frflf ftUr ittlf'fMU, *?>-i !Lc YftTftft!
[/ir# tbrti rrrt«#4 on thm tkrkrl htt
for lb'- nelMtlMl «f Mr (Hl**.
wi;l ftlWv fetesftplf br fwf
t&* towl of 16*
N B *r44 h;« fKMtft bftV
| f»rn»< f«mCftintitf !J& * Vm Mr M
Hft'r th# rm»»i4fr»t»<it» f'JUQO
f>r J, W WtQiiw.p of *t*-tftf
riT«d fa Uw • Mf ttiU moraitf *)|]
P*a» » f«w il«y«
PORT TOWNftEND.
f>»¥ tight Korflarjr U«l Great He
ps M Iran Kallf
J*ri*fTot*itf», Sor 1 Robbrrt e«U-r
tlie b'mn- of Cwntrtffor M. If ii), tn
iVtt}%rvr*'% ftfl4itiou, t(i4 itule ttW
wifrth of ts!en«f»c. t»rt>vjeiotit,
etf*. The t» brtwl «i«j
tight. Two m#»re wi-ns
r#'nfc#tjy f» •» I f*e»fSle* In tl»-
flHfiltf «wh titr?»e>l
7 h'- *-ft£bwtll be pff
tlrsftllT e!oft*«f It* morrow ereofngftt • Meet
ing tbftt wlil be ft44lfe**€<! br ' trmngf
; *rtoo!rt, T. J Hume- L H Aftdrewt fta<l
I Otfc>fw.
of Mr. nn4 Mr*. F. W,
Jtmct it»t evtitiotf WM the nx 'tl mnt of
tbetfMrtfi
The AitiUn ttikd lor the
! roiantiit titer to night.
Itaflwfty tr**m %% nit mem to Italian.
Fiiu, Ho*. 1,-Tbt Nortttrn
PaeilW will thortljr eomraefiee work on a
Uan< ft rinui tn run from Wall**** to Mwt
tan, I tahu Thit road wlit imp the tot
(firm* mining rmtjrftt of that aeetlon
' The road wllffcp In operfttion bjr uprfng.
|r#atli of an Kmlnent .fr«ult.
Kitw, No* I Ret. p «*u r ftftr
etlo, #. i., for |>ft«t two Tftftt* * haj»la)tj
•f th« Hi«t4rr'« bmpilftl, died today For
j'& year* be hat Wrn engaged !n «~dura
tiooal aad rvitlimtn pnmtiia on the
; lie aa* born In New Mr orln rMS"*. He
! enterftd the Jeanit nrder tn infil and after
laboring lo tb»» dllTVrettt mi!f«toa* of the
k'x kjr mountain* rame to *fx»ltane FaiU In
UAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Deed* Recorded at tha Auditor"a Office
Taatarda*.
Thirty three deed, gcre fiiad tor record
Teatardftf, the c<Mialderatt'in« afgregating
tty.w, an average of |ft St# ioTitiwlng in
thr llat a* furui*bed by W(»xl A Oafjorne.
•batrarU-r* of iltle
A. H. IJ«w«Ura to Wm. Whe«U«>. 2'j
acre* in »ec J», tp n, fa r ft**)
1.. II lirlffith to It. Fenpiaon. bik 17. n J *
bik t*, Elea A Knight « add . |*OW
II T ihMltt to A lifunefcrn. lota H, 9, #
37. bik 74. Koa« a Id . »/0»»
M. Lan if to Ijtug. lot 7, bik 29.
Houth cattle, fjSM)
Ida '.'ljtpla to W, J. (iaruftii, 2T> ftcrtft in
aw. 43, tp W n. r * e, sr<»
J. W Htnh to M t)«nuU. n'« of ne'a,*er.
W. tp it tt, r 4 e. l-'jiii
t». Jooea to OU AndrriMm. lota 11 and 13,
bik 10. Ularkmaa a annnlemenul a#M to -
H iMxiiand 9Ki>
F. M Jotirn to H Alford, lot 4, Wk 42. till
maa'n add. 917 V
I 1 Jnne4 tn VN A. Wilmnii, lota 9 and 10.
Wk 10. •up|4ecn*-u 4 al add. *f
Woodland, 9100.
II T rteutt to J M NtM UiU I. 47*
f and 10. bik V- Roaa* a-W , |Ti*
A. Totlat to F M <44. ta»s, beft
eflt auptorMj-ut* aod »** of bfk 2"., ftlee
Wiw'* ad-1 .914
W II to< II Tfe'taMM. 3o*»:
»0. Wk ft s aM l«
W t {. * 1 C«. to K t liAa, bM |4,
bik U, j'-* 5 w <-*« fiat
•' C. < aii/M t'< O. f l&irftM!. lot lit
acre i f»*t *l. )l«f4t ! -»•-«# aM . 9ia^
Mb I«M| W f (B iVitaid, bia li aod
IX bik *. aad Ma 7 \b tnrfmtvw aad
***** r **l Mk v Y->Tia* * . fi'4»
Jarnrt Veraoa u> ft, u«u«rt i«*t# 7 and *
bik !. A A jH-oat » p\»».# <#/•
K* t»a » h?**■ y> C I f:rfuat. Ma % X kik
», Mercrr* *44 . 11.41 M
U kluavar tt Mffia. iota, MA 14. H«i«i
mit Add . $
Jam<ca 94' Naaaht to llaoal* Morra, iota I
«t ». i M MA f N->rtk^r } a' 44 .A 4
B r Wi|!iaa*t« S « Battir, lot I. t»tk
Sa. Danny • |-arli. Btt>
K t'Alvert ioUaaiv Mon»-rt. iota I, 2, n*»rtk
•j of M i, blk T, • »*tw»t« f k a»M . 4i «**♦
If If \jrm i» <rt ai to V. \ Vurmrnt. UA I,
Wk 17. A A Urntif • a*t't . |AaD
W l» W'XK|f4» I. < a)kt(l*. l « Jot I,
*W ♦», ty» & B, r ♦ e, ten
A !». Btoarra U» f A Ro»*t. Uftt 7. A. t#;k
0, IK T Ile - *i!>*'a th<rl a 4 I
It. lfar?i* to iScam - tkilttS, lot 11. ktk JO,
M « a«fci .9
J K, Wi<liarna*«n to M. II WFiUlanaaon.
•|0 taat of M t !i *fc MdWi»i add |i.
p. tl l-pal* to <* '»au«ta4 «t ai. Uh j. '>ik
1, H*U Iwir* lat 4KB! . SJBfl#
t*. < t alkioaio | N MrPa»M"n, U*t I. aar
#, ti. i>u.f i »*. |Acaa>
M MrTeiffa to W T. I\»lhii*k ( part of lota
&. 4, Uk li. rk*'l helra lat add . |TJ *p
1. Y <*a»aam to C K Vantota. k>t 4. klk
#l.
P. M Jooaa to Hora K. Hajcb. i» ta S3, a,
-t. t»lk »«:itmAik*a a'ta
t' P Vanion to f iMrnim, lot I. I*l k
<NI» Tarn '• ,'4 a l<l, )
\tlra**, Nov i * otiat Knartfra ka>
aj»t»rf«u-»4 \H*tr an
the \ atiraa
Healllr I'mjiU In I'artlan*!.
I LlHfk
WiU ." vi j.-a •: \
v.:/
V C ROYAL J
pi
Win 6
" " .H
Absolutely Pure.
y*** r**-'*r pavfrtrariaa. a marral •
yßtty,atrraar->; at 4 t
<x*k—sy Ata4» a:t4
| tr i l>|nfir*i>A a *k tfcr jsani
* ipy.n WW tatt, a&ort ai>«» r*
n'i* WJ ;a rafil
TRADt AND FINANCE.
hrt»tr. *•*. L
Tarn hay market waa Mtr, *
Ma »m i4M to Kbatmtfm am hamA—
V mmamt from »an tumuli mad H tm
Olr>rk *« miaaarlaiaw wrr* mm At aa
tar M oeeid few a»»«rtati>a<, i*»»<ar dcip
r>
IMW ar» air?'tag fr*aety. iWivkt Mac
8M artaaaatr 'inifer lw aMttmi
earfpt, romprtmA » mrt» at <MH and
two UMH of R<R«>4aMM. Kar«ty*> •< bar
mnnuil M*U an iwttfrtl MjaaJ «n
dtßMrf. tiS MctM i«iat 'f <«d wKkla the
tfca laa* » town. Ktt c f.«wpi,»» k**« kaes
au4a la naetatieaa mat* lax r l ''
tteM (to. -Cka*. Loot*" varlartlea el
iwnt.-l maCi k««t Mlscd »« V" r »-
FeMHry ha 4 a foot nm to-day aasd pr.rm
MM apa 11 il« A lat of In tarker*
w«r* aat faaa4 and toywl of r«a£Uy
Wild daa*a—Mb mallard aad widfcoa «
ia ataandwoc wtt& oalf *w*w«Ba
deaaaad 4«a to peer jaaJHr Pheasants
am tram. Tfe» Salt market i» pra«*ieally
4ml. a»d ti» fantltr is far Mow (he
KMI. rn» HK> are RlarM Vy Oka
ra. '.J wcatfcer Itttntvl e*** reattaae
to arrl.a !«*. Maters **T* tR aol fa brer,
ao; of flua teiaf 100 stale far aa?
MEK< HANUCKE k*l> FEObCCC H
CEfPT»~tMrlr.g 'be ia.: M boms tb*
aat prvtaoe receipt, at tbfa
port have beer, aa Ft- Pngrt
ton»S -Don nait. < ears cstttasaing *4
v.tw * oisalaa A Kiaec. railrvjad.
turn: e*att>, i ak. ~'.o*e A Kaagera. LV J
toaa. MaHuncra - Merwln K toaa. f vaagci
t too*, ra .□ r Ijake 0 uxka. Nellta * toat,
nf '..Kimer '.ranger from Imncenee. 72 %/hia
Total receipt., *> v.aa Among ttvr re
etpt. were .* !a>t bopa. V> bale* hay, (Z>
«rbof oata. I tW aaek. potaSa*a,ae aaeaa
wbaat too. t "egetatoea, TV larrela 52
t»iea M talw ■ ffrkla. t ;a/» and t cniefe
batter, tec caa<e« * ft' SUB ga-'onv satlk, 3H
uacka w.u «t:»- Hack* and lao half aatcka
Sear. «l bore, apple., 1". bacrel. berrtea. !'»
b»ae* 12 kltat eaae* a<>4 ikega bab. I eaara
meat. 1 caae IWA. 1 barrel of berrloga, X
keg. mackerel loV> eaaea oil. I barrwa 2
.a t barTela £o klta and M * a*, a arntp, 12
■* ,t*t ' t,era leal., a caae* cztracta, J barret,
•aai'-lec., J1 kega naila 20 caae* lard.
1 • t.nndle* »ij»ep *j green
hide*. Iji-» latba, JOjJtQ feat lumber
.KHIPMEXTd- During the laat al boar*
grM-jdaaod mcrebaadiae bare beea .hipped
from Seattle to the *urr»tia<llag cwaaKT aa
fallow. Paget -.and Kbore road 21 tona.
Colambia A I'urel *«ad railroad * twna,
S**Uie I Ate A taatem V> ton*.
Steamera—Craagel II t»aa. Edith 1 ton,
Muuroe 10 too a, tola si- ton*. ~icc*»a u>,
b.ua, larlf Erl' k«jn t tnaa, Moun'alneer I
too*, t iguata i vtm, <»rart 1 tun* Total
■hiptaeat*. 17. toa..
TKI.Ktf#K.%PHIC MAKKKTA.
MI rftAHCtato uviiv
fiAxnico. I.—Wheat- Tba
iaarket rtnalui firm funtnnlaH qoal;tiea,
wbkrb are M**bie 91 K' /*l «•*». OptioDa.
hoyer »ra«/tt. Ii *>•, tMijrer II <£*%.
I*ereraber, fl MV
Barley—Feed >{ua>ltie« firm at fter. Mock#
ar# ia f*e, b«t tb* market a« ma to be well
heM at t/iat flfnre
*»ta -Tfter« I* a »tea/l»er ferliof in th»r
market, ovlM to wbieb have
»*re-a rtry Uftit U*r tkr ja»t few <lay».
Ibere are W* Waahlitftou • "fftftof. Tltey
woil4 brtnf II ISSMI IV <#tber grvic
r anfe from Q|9 &». tbe latter jffee lor
«l*tl!, <lemaiHi t.lm A. t.ir«*pt f ><r ebolce
•inaiitie* from % to 90e. MMa
lnc to 'juaiity
ilopa—Uttla bnaltkees btJt quofa
tloni are mil firen aa UKjflEk: for Wa*bißg
l«rii aa4 from ft to lT for California of
4i(T«frrQ( <jt:aiitiea.
JtaUer-Tbe market haa an Qpwara tend
ewey. Tfiuie <|MH4 at Zjc.
y.kf* ' aiJforula ran' K in food
at ♦. '/'* 4'*<\ j»««»ri*r qnalltie*
CktrtefWl Gul4reff*n. lumber from
Pfi<et to MeJVmme; KepaWk, lam
ber from Puget hound \*> YaJparaJao
•a* YOKK VKK' MABKCT
.VK* YOKK, .VOT. I.— Hopa—<|alet an 4 ;
•tctdy.
Coffee <>]>ti«»uk opened tteacly. dowd
firm naiea, r«ajfi, IntluUinff Noram
ber 11.1 10, sl'. WnjU 2S,
January |i»«il3 IA. February sl2 >trf#l3 V».
.March |I2 #»fj|3 10 Hia. iTeadjr ami
dull; fair cargoe*. Id^e.
«>uir Raw, quiet aod «tea4y. refined,
quiet.
Ct>totx>r-Hteady and dull: lake, Novem
ber, in :»
l>ea«l- Firm and more active: domestic.
Tin-Easy ; atraita, t '£2 90.
liar tilrer—9fr*c.
Tetroleum opened weak at *4 7 y, and af
ter fnu«'h lluotwation ctoaed at
2J&i.iW barrela
(HII V.'i TUnttVCM HAKKCT.
« iti« 4fto, Nov. I.—Wheat cioa#d weak
and lower, caah 91 Hi 1 .. Iwember $1 l'»,
January |l IS, Mayll I»>V
Cora - Mead) rtah J* 1 /. December
»' 4 c, Jamrnri ''7' % e, May 3^^*.
Data ftteady. caah |>eeember 34' *c.
May aw.
Bin lay -Nominal.
Pork Firm. fa«h an-1 INntember 914 t.»,
January 111 72',. May fit
Ura I tR 12%, Ixetator \
I" QT- ~ January P* W, Ma> I- iV^.
Cm< 4«9 LiVC IITiKK «4txn.
« Ht< mo.Vsv. L—-Cattlw—Riwalyf,
«ica<f| b€* ve», T'», *t«era. 9 »^t-'»,
Morker* and i » !■
tlesl ran<er« fl - >.<H (/■
(!"«• I'.eeeint# lI.QW *t.'onc and *»to 10c
Wfkrt mixed, 9% j»4'. iiffat, & Z<4
•M> -'wav f. . «or <T« 70.
#tw«nk~-e»e*iiA« •*#»»: »Wa»ly. native*
» m t»4-1 •>. Itiaa.l; <r« i t
i>amtft Kifu mxicT
N'n I. tmlea at tb« Colofi
*aia{aiinj{ \*<>rk». ii> ton# reeeipu,
too* i/tmd «rw (ontaininc from Jbto to
per «wrnt., U> rent* unit. -mcttii,|f
'#o orw, 9« ; to 9U X> per lon ou
rammtraiia. |« jr. to 91: 4) Market rerj
«rwKf, at fair prw*.
saw vott a asviKw
N*a Vuli. Nov. L~To<Uy'i stock mar
ket was tl*e for *owie tlaae. bat In
th« aWwv of any prewmre to sell atcN k»,
'wl thrif Mtnral r<mr9*. au<l Ibe
tn a trm to »t otag mar Art from
tb*t ofM-nitsg t«> the < U*»e.
<Jo*woMiniti <)aU a«4 itradjr
Kicrftaauß ako «a#TarrtE».
Nita Yuit, Nov. I.- Mnutjr on rail va*v.
at xi ia»t loan, 1* |; e>oa*?4 offWrrd at 2' r
Krltt.'- liienanUlfr l«aj" r «V*t" Hterliri*
•t< hantfr. aiatit vtrady. a' H M for 60<la>
biit* 94 C, for »3**r«ani
MiM.
ia rffl«t*ml).. 1/7*4 4* y * /wijwm. |f>-\
4* T 1 4 Piwla. LIS
U#!%
rriK aa
Am
<an KaLifto >4 S B Northwoaiern .111
» au A » Oreftti In>|» *>7« 4
. - »* •;
BnrUngtfw IW« rrat»«r*mtl'ai. SI 1 ,
UeJ la-, i 3»*, l*ael(le Mall K*i ;
Hlo Grande IT* 4 K» a<titi* SO 1 „
Krte > 4 K.»eli I miaul
l«3f* 4 ««i. Pan!
!««la A Na«h . <4? T« iaa I'aeiftr ii4\
Mleh « ♦'titrai t'nton trifle ',
Ka l*aelfSi TS*,,!!.!! Kaj»r***
ICaua A Tv&a» It'*, Cargo K*j rra« t>7
S V i antral l#* 4 I «i»oo M l ,
Nor Pari lie »\
Khl)rtilii( latallifaora.
| Arrival Marion.
Tacom« \ *- F< tnrr, Vjet«»ria, atr s»»uth
«m < a iforuia. >a:;ai«» bkta Mala*. Ta
wmi t'l< artNt- Bk Majt'nia. IVrt town
Nule! Kffrffvrf, |v»rt llatWk
••'•V wf tha - »ii klMlWfl *!r I'.Mrn, Ta
renna a<r Mn hifau, P».rtlan4. »tr iranie
P- t Towoaeii-I at) l»a«hiuc ave. fAt-trtna
I'oar 1•« *«»*!• Nov l.— Arrtaad Nk
* Tueobaltl, hktn M>*k»e • hr Lottin
P»»*t Dlt< vb»?. No* I Arrived—Bk
jr *aUk4 ~i<k Mary (itover
ParHiuh h, Nov ! -a!'.et Hk R
K Ham
8. BAXTER & CO.
otfbr foe a*!e In ».u to ault
*OO Sarka Early Ro«a Potntoaaa.
KMHl&acka Paarlaat Potatoaa.
.UNI lacka Btarbaank Potatoaa.
HH> Tom Timothy Hay.
lIMI Tona TiaicHkl aiulClovar Hay
lIMi Tona Enat*m Wa%kln(ton
Wild Hay. &0 Tona Wkaal.
Cnra Bran nnal Sk>«rta. nliad.
tO (tan Oraanml »nd HoUwal
Sp«knn« MllU Extra VTonr.
EllanalinrKk Milla Estm Fiomr.
5411K1 Snoka t koloaa Wnafelngtnn
Onta at If par Ik. In nay qnnatl
t| fro aw oar* « »ak * p««r4«.
STOCKHOLDERS MEETING.
R»:W( iA* \NNi \i mrriNw,
of tkr kti»< Coawty lo
r*>«io»atil i >.,rb« * VarWr two *lu t*
hei-t at tk« em»t4U»s « c4Bea in rfaatti*.
t» N,i. . mbar ?. at 2 o>sorlt
ii mp li. MAN p-vaMeot
CROSS £ CO ,
UNDERTAKERS
fl 11. i era
• - faaOTA. 1
I
P*OMPTJ»E*S.
th' ?»il<aik "I uwk Jia. Arke* a
i Vnssia for tke laaa- '
naatt tayaa t** I ft r
TOT SEATTLE POST -INTELLIGENCER. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 2
far HM! F* BEAST I
4C Mustang Liniment a
Va ;ili tiiriTAmmM»Tb**«»«-htsa j
, *»* ""*** Caiua I main* a->a au Uri.aaaTv.., ■ J/Og .<?Jr
eu T I - ■
~SBZ
• INFANTS .HO CHILDREN.
. ..
.a. Viper. I K ,n* Worn*. prr*»».,ital ?«O»0b» 'V*
a A. Aantaa, ED. I .
ii. V ux*ad*.7iSeaidje^S T I WbboaklafWVM* n^^ataoo
TUB cautacm Co«»A«*, IUI Fojtoo *• *
LOGGERS. LOGGERS.
A»tk your shoe dealer for Cahn. Xickels
bur? k t'o.'s
FOREST KING!
This is the best driving shoe erer made. See
it before you hoy. Ail dealer* will refund
your money if you are dissatisfied. FOR
SALE BY ALL DEALERS. Manufactured by
CAHN, NICKELSBURG & CO.,
SAN FRANCISCO.
Maker* of tk* calabratad U. S. A. a hoe. jy2l<awefr
Always A.heacL
W. R. GALLAGHER,
Successor to Alfred Snyder,
The only went for the celebrated W. P. liett ('i>*amery Batter, which hat no equal.
Also the California Qaito Oil. the only pare salad oil that Is sold.
Beside, my large stock of staples, I hare a large and varied assortment of fancy
traceries, and sell at bedrock for cash, and will not be undersold.
Before |>nrchas!n| elsewhere tire me a call and send for price list. Small profit*
aod quick sales.
W. B. GALLAGHER.
Grtusmr and Head Merchant. 706 Front atraet. Haftttla, W. T.
liTS"CTR-AJSrOE
1.1 ILL ITS BBtMHIH.
K'iro, Marine, Life and ,A_ccident.
TAYLOR & BURNS, Agents,
Do an Exclusive Insurance Business, representing 25
companies, the best in the world. Prompt
payment cf losses.
liefer to any of CM p old oiiMtomors.
la Ktttl»r'» BiiUdtnf, J»m»» Bottlo.
ALBERT WAN&EN,
-MALEK 1*
Watches. Diamonds and Jewelry.
9<
'!• k(ot>l4 for the C*l«br*t«d
STEINWAY PIANOS,
Arwt oth#r t \MhUM of I'ianot and ( >rgann.
ynsi ER HUiCK. rnnwr >»TRr.frr.
TI IE DUNLAP
MEDICAL VNI) SlßlilfAl INSTIICTE AMI DISPENSARY
. under the laws of WMhioKton Territory,}
Yesler s New Block, Junction Mill and Commercial Sts.,
K«om« Sit and Seattle. \Va»h. Ter.
PprmtafiiUf Uh UM flKftiMilal treatrn* at of Chzonic, Nervous, Special
an 1 >urgiral durim of t; "U sad women Desirued and lne*»rporat*d for Use
and pnviU' CAR and wrggiifql treatment of persons suffering * :th 'liaoasea of the
Nefttrti System. all Oiroaic IMWAV*, Diseases or ;be H *rt aud Throat,
l.unf and C'heat and Aetbmahe Affection*. Crethral, Recta; and Ana! Di*
easr*. miklctlllK! «Uj«r»Jw; are treated by our MW and painle*.* methods with unl
. form and «r*t;f»tn« ivKtyw
Our curative atfvnta Jo wackm* dIK«M> a»-e remedial fpeelftcs t »n*isf?ng of the
oudUabie pb<»*pboreseent fwm of nature. spresllc medication reaching and curing
ttlMtsf at ottw
*PF«J\t. DEPARTMENT F*»K THE sI'Ct*ESSFCL TREATMENT OF DISEASES Of
WOMEN
In thia f=*w of dt*ra*e with mt large e*perieuce and uniform MttM,! bare every
In saying b' ladies afflicted with ant disease peculiar to their sex. that by
DIJ new metho* 1* of treatment they can l»e relieved and cared oftentimes In a few
week* treatment.
All I rethrai dtaNKe* arr immedatiesly relieved and permanently eared,
tfperasatarrfcora «vr neminai Incontinence. a diaease which exhan*ts the whole
K>-froai tTifaUß, t« KtaifM t<» the patit nt and often guested by tb* careful observer
This dtaease doe* no« alway* lm|>ty impropriety, as is raav exist without the patient'*
fault. It >s cbameteyiiol by impotence. debility. palpitationof the heart, anila»llnills
Irritability, an unhealthy secretion raited with the uiioc. pa:n in the head. bock aad
limits, confusion of td«-s*. a tendwney to irot4 society with an in* i: nation to solitude.
Matty unfortunate sufferer* who ha*e »lrfialrt«l of rwDvery aftrr "pendiag ron« h lime
and aaoaey lu the hands of hare beta restored to virile power and health by
WIT treat wo*
The remedies la this special (tbvetkxi an* remarkable agents to re«t»»rc nerre
and ar*- an iavainahie brain fcwwf. a nutrient tnnir that build* up the lu;<over
i*hed bk»d stream and rvntaws the mind and body to a hJgfe decree of wwtr. re
freshing lb* eabsusted nerrooM *y»Utu ar d uvi»t eflfcctaaily and permanently '•are all
«aiwf i)( uervom* eihaqHioo. pn mamre or»»ihexwrl*
Tb« treaiaw-nt o( ai*-aae* of the air j-Aa+a***-* an-1 meh ebrouii? na*ul
fara'*rh, iarymriUa, «od rt«mtsa|-tiijn .n ir» indpleat *tace. both rdr
re«|wß4«wrv aad at the lß*titute nuwUtat* an imf-»rtant laity.
\ t«UPer!-ra from rotf|U|>tk>&. o« rv«>«». chmate an«l bi<>i*d AhMML t>r*in aa'i heart
f «t* H" fathl and trsdtJte»tj«ej. T-aralraia. acrmu and f4tyaieai tow of
ae-n e !ort*w and and a»i who *i*wtre |>ore, neh hioud ln;-reas«e*l ftrenrth
and Tttaiitr, aiwSall tbaae wboae vital are hdtinf aad who fee> tbe need of a
i.' : «*# - •
.'• »-*arT, bajui\e of tuatiimat without any u*r?fij»-
ikMt ta i i*ine*a for circular
H. DCN'I-AP, 51 P.
• ■ i »
The first Regiment Arraocy
CAN BE RENTED
T>r r«in- B*li« nail Eat«rt»i**
CKJk&LK* H. kITTiN»*€R.
O. C. SHORET A CO. I
t>HtTkkm.
SEATTLE *OOO MB
nH hy aij>ks a>d na wtx>o ctrr ajt*
j tSb». rvc! Dry k:sKii;>c a
ciakity. o*l JffUvf ivsi t»> *a j ol
dty »>riw» w*iw»l &i 13Q& Front ctnct,
or i Rsfauii*" vh«rf. ?oc* of
«t*H
mhtttm T. A
SHE IS "GRATEFUL. "
j M»t ttw l:f« ••! m? MiU»c:ri by a
I m; 4 **fc» t i nr Aaaort .
; far V.JMrflabatt.
———
KIBB THOBXTO^
I -rfASont3nn>cLA«fiE> w
!fl patariar aa<! HapasCn »•*- "•
: Taeada? .. »>dw-ada.» ««*M!isr» trtmn
Itfetal KoflaoT.CaJooxalWoek. Keptei*.
i aaMttteM (taea lo order work. (j)4ia)r *od
' tr*ae.
UKUKbK 13 BUAMK,
ATTaaxrr AT LAW —kOOICa » a» *
raiaai Bkark.- Heattit, Waah.
Sper^azeatloa C.TrpaaaSloa, .and aa:
aaotWas* law.
P. P. CARROLU
ATTOrVET ASB COnKSCXO* AT
mm. BOOM IT aed 34. Pasria Ba:M
tug, yrwst street.
Ij. m. tuacow. c. M. T. ntut's
Pattenpun At Glaagow.
4 TTOBXETH AND COCSSEIXORS- AT
A Law. t J»cr. m Jatßiea sueat. oppo
site tfee
ISAAC M. H A 1.1
ATTORN ST As D AT
t«w, Sollcttor la Ckancery, Proetw to
AdailrmJty, aod Sotary PaWie. Kocna 1.
Po-l Buxi-ltc*. apetair*. Hill street. Seattle,
W T. t onaßltafioc free- _____
I. J. LICHTK.VBKKG
Lale of the Ptßcsyiraaia Bar.
/>OCX3KLI/)E AT IrAW-ROOJtS I a*»
L T. l'E.»o Block, eeanie.
HKXKY B. LOOMIB,
\TTOR-VEY AT LAW-KESSTT BLOC*.
eoraer of Front aod ColaoaUa streets.
jeaKle.
titotn rasaros, hirtT srsust,
a M. CkMtL
McHnde.Csrr A Preston.
ATTOKXETS AXD cocxaaxoßs AT
law. I rfficts at Moont Ver
non and Seattie. Seattle office, Ve«er-
Learr fjoek. jrl.dw
tear? j- *
It. K. NICHOIJ?,
A TTORXEV-AT-LAW, XOBTH YAKI-
A aia. W T
HICHABU OSBOKX.
Koocu IT and IS, Xew Yesler block.
Take elerator.
KBK.V SMITH,
4 TTORXEY AT LAW, P. a COMMIT
A .ioner and Notary Fabllc. Pine
twuhl aad aold. PustoSce bo* 17*. SeaX
tleTw. T.
WOOD Jc OSBOKX !■*.
\rrOP.XEYs AXD COUSSELLORS AT
law. Attention jleen to la»>l lit:ta-
Uon, land tltlea and prutiate matter* only.
Rooms 6 and T. f nlon Block, Seattle.
Dli. FAN NIK H.AHHO'rr,
HOMIEOPATIIIST, FORMERLY OF 13H
Washington street. Boaton. Mar.a
chuaetts. gives special attention to diseases
of women and children. Those
confinement or auffering from menstrual
irregnlarlties should especially consult
her. Calls answered day or night. Con
sultation free. Treatment free for thoe«
unable to pay from 8 to 10 a. in. Wednes
days. Rooms. Kenny Block. Seattle.
MKS. Dlt. CBOSBLKY
Ci IVFJ SPECIAL ATTKXTIOX TO I)L~
! ta«« of women and children. Those
expectinc confinement. W5 James street,
tretween Fifih and Sixth streets. .Seattle.
DR. F. H. COF,
IJHYSICIAX A BC*GEOS, ROOM IT.
Colonial block, corner Second and
: Columbia streets. Office hours 10 to 11, J
to I and nights. Telephone 13*.
C. K. CASK, M. I>.
ABDOMINAL SURGEON AND GYNX
coiogiit.
TACOMA. W. T.
uit. c;. JOHNSo.v.
PHYSICIAN AXD SIRGEOX ROOMS
X W,and W, Yesler block. Mill stm t.
Residence, 917 Mill street, between Eighth
Slid Xinth streets. Telephone 2S«>.
j L»K. GKO. A. KEICH,
OCCLIST, ACRIST. I.ARYNGOSCOPIST,
having returned from his trip to the
East and Eunrpe, will lie pleased to meet
his former patrons aud others desiring his
i services, at hit former office, in the Yealer-
I Leary Block. Seattle, W. T. Residence, cor
ner Fourth and Marlon. jylTdw
I>K. Ci. SPITZY,
(Academy of Paris, 1»70.)
SPECIALIST FOR < HEST, LI'XG.STOM
ach, liver and kidney diseases, epilepsy,
paralysis, gout, rheumatism, syphilis, sc
crct diseases. Loat manhood restored
without medicines. Consultation in Eng
lish, German. French and Italia*. Office,
Post building. Mill street, room 5, second
floor. Ilaily from 10 to 12 a. m..2 to 4p. m.
DK. H. t>. LONGAKEK,
GRADUATE OF THE UNIVERSITY OF
Pennsylvania, makes a specialty of
diseases of the eye, ear and throat. Treats
private, chronic and skin diseases. Re
moves cancer, tumors and a leer* without
pain or use of the knife.
Office, corner Third and Cherry streets.
Hours. 9 a. m. to I p. m.
Dlt. A. «. KIBBK,
Oculist and Aurist,
Rooms !2 and 13.
Uniou Block* Front StreeL
l UIOII K. rilllll OUVCk
T. T. Mixoa, M. O. ii L. R- D.4WWS, X. Z>.
DHB. MINOR Ac DA WBGN
|> II YisICI ANd AND SUBOXONa
OmCES IK OFKRA HOV9X BLOCK.
Telephones: Office, No. 82; Dr. Minor's
reaidenoe. Xo. 83.
H. J. HOLMJW, M. I>.
I>H YSICXAN AND Sl ROEON-OFFI< E
Colonial block, Secoud and Columbia
streeta.
Office Houra: 10 30 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 4,
and 7tosp. rx Telephone No. 122.
W. A. «KANM»JJ, M. D. J. BMISSrtX, X. D.
Drn. Shannon iV Shannon,
I>IIYSICIANB ANDSCKCjEONS—OFFIt K
Colon block, Front street, fir*t floor,
upwtaira. ro»"»m 10. Office Open a! all hours.
I>K. E. K. SHAW^
I>HT3ICIAN AND gCROEON. OFFICE,
Colonial block, corner .Second aud
Columbia streets. Residence, &17 Third
street. Of&ee hours, 'i to 10 ..*3O a. m.. 4to 6
and Tto9p. m. Telephone 122.
E. l~ SUITM, X. I>. |{ ECST'a WtLLAKD, X. D.
DKH.HMITH A WIId^VRD
I>HYSICIANB AND SCRfiEONS-OFFICE
Poß'*in'a Block, Front wtreet Office
hours- 3 t«i 4 p. m. and 7 to Hp. m.
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Cast le,
H EALER* AND TEACHERS - CHRI^
tian Science. Mental H«*alin*. No. 1015
See«md street, between Madison and spring
fieatt;*'. Washington Territory.
H. C. BI'KNH,
VRC H ROOMS f AND 10. KEN NY
block, corner Frout an-! ( oiumbia
street*. •
KIBHKK A t'LAKK,
1 RCHITKCTH - BCTLER'S BUILDING,
iV Jarat « at., opposite Oeridenta! Hotel.
11. BTKIXMAN,
\tu HrrECT-ROOM b. REIMG BUX'K.
Front and Marion streeta.
WEI/'H ,\c <
pIVIL ENGINEERS. COAST AND I.ANP
V pnrvfTon
OARDKKR .v HOG?!
(tlV 11. AND MINING ENGINEEH."'.
J EU*»sns J6 and S3, Culon Bitwk Take
eJevator
i. e. •cvaaT. { n. a. owsxa
9CUKHY Ac t >\V KNH,
CMYJL ENGINEERS. SCRVEYORM ANI'
/ Coatractora. liai2way* and other pub
lic w<*rk* de*ijfce<S and built. Flans, spf
: (ifiratiom and estimate* fuml«b*-*l.
fraphical aurrera and maT * 'na»se for acy
purpose. -au*fa tu-n ruarau?*vd.
Offlfe —K>»m 11. RutU-r B: * k, «!.,
j Oeeideatal j«s
HIK1) Ac IXJKXHACH,
.V H c;il I 'l' K( TS
Kenny Block. lUon *,
4N3EE3OH BERTHAHD * CO
Civil aad Miaii:.; Kutiawr. .nd
Draacktanea.
' pUUOI! MINING VAISEVDUOI
Ik »'»t«osraph:ea . brdee, * *era*e a;-;
| *'n«iae«rlajr firea *per tai atlea
[ Boa. Ctty |NUMdi or lands snnvyvd or
I suhdr. wleo 1»*f» and meehaaleal draw
ia?s.cn4T» jsss".< aud bine prints a
i Towpship plsii an 1 map* a! way * -i» kanti
Roor'js ® aad 40, Ttaier-I/sn *v«at.
He. W > > ;v»
m. A. HASBROUCK 4 CO..
njptAix. asm Hs*-wrn >
CBTTGQIST
an htjojas.* ia
Photographic Supplies.
| frwat at-. *satli» X. t
-FT-re A. -p SUEOEON
FROM DR- i- ■> ICIEGiVS BRITISH
i«T»u-i\ MEDICAL AND srK
till A L 1 N-TfTTTK. OF DE
TROIT, MICH .
Will be »t the i
UOD-UV. NOT. \ «a«i r«n»;u until -«TNR
DW aifbt. SOT iO- Prtcrijwl Port :
Toira-eai. So*, li CoUMMIHtI frw
To the Ciiiiees of »»d Tiflnity. I»-
valid* estpeciaily.
We fosK to you entirely strangers,
bet for the arst time, and bee ieave there
lore to inform in as brief® manner a» poa
sib?*. those not acquainted with ns or oar
institute who we are, where we come from
and what we are doing. .
I>r. Kergan and the surgeons coropnatng
Ma staff. better known In the rmted spates
and Canada a* hit I nteroational Medical
; Council, engaged with him in conducting
the British American Medical and surgical
Institute. have for rear* teen regarded aw
the mo*? reliable. most *fci; inl and moat
'tKfesifa! in the treatment of
all chronic disease*, deformities and dis
ease* peculiar to men and women, in
America.
In lie?* out present institution was
founded by Dr. Kt r.au in Dctrcit, and has
from jear to year grown in such rapid pro
portions that at present a staff of 22 medi
cal aud surgical experts is required to at
tend the home and fove ign patients. Thi«
start"com prises tarn of age, education, ex
tended experience and superior ability, ail
being graduates of leadinar English, scotch.
French. Irish, tierman. Canadian and
American universities anl admitted to be
come member* of I*. Kergan's Medical
Council only after they have proved in a
satisfactory manner that they have de
voted themselves to the study and treat
ment of some particular disease or de
formity, and obtained positive and su
perior knowledge and success in diagnos
ing and treating that disease or deformity.
Thousands of rare and obscure caaes are
yearly treated by us, therefore, by the ex
perience received from treating so many
caaes. aided by ail that medical science of
1 to-day affords, it can readily be seen why
: it is that they are so successful in the car
ing of all private and chronic diseases.
PRIVATE DISEASES.
It Is the duty of every honorable physi
cian to da all he can to relieve human suf
fering, and while such diseases exist we
deem it our duty to minister to their alle
viation and cure without questioning the
degree of depravity which brought on the
trouble. Many men and women of pure
mind*, who Have never depart* d from the
paths of virtue, have Unconsciously con- ,
tracted diseases which, sooner or later, will -
sap the spring* of life or lay the founda
tion of miserable old age, unless checked
aed cured. Having had a Large experience
in this class of diseases, we can in all sin
cerity assure the afflicted that under our
treatment rapid cures are effected in the
worst conceivable cases in a short time and
at reasonable coat. Remember that the
only danger comes from neglect or at
tempting to cure yourself with prescrip
tions that have proved successful in cur
ing your friends. I o not, therefore, xvaste
time and complicate the difficulty, and do
not let false modesty deter you from at
once applying to us, either iu person or bv
letter, strict confidence will be observed,
and exposure will never come at our bands.
Syphillis, catarrh, asthma, consumption,
heart disease, dyspepsia, kidney, liver aud
bowel diseases, piles, rheumatism and can
cer, tumor, varicose veins, ulcera, deafness,
sore and weak eyes, blood and skin dis
eases. fits, female complaints, nervous
ness, stammering, bashfnlness, general de
bility, and ail diseases of the nervous sys
tem, are among their principal specialties.
If unable to call upen the surgeons write
to the Institute, Dr. J. D. K organ, medical
director.
RESERVED
UNTIL
AFTER
ELECTION.
Win* of Social Srhiwl Lln-tiun.
IN THE OFISIOX OF THE WRECTO&s
1 of MMMi <ii«trirt No 1. of Kina ronnty
Washington Territory, the jmblie good
require* the lueurrinjt of an fudebtedneM
in exee*a of one per eenturri upon Uw
*«e»ae<l valuation ..f the taxable property
, of »aid Mliuol dintriet No. 1. an a*<ertained
by the !«*t wrwat, lour it an indebted
ne« of f I.".<»*? f or the pnrp-wte at rim
•trnrtinr (.oblii buildiDoi for the ti«e of
»ueh »eh«ol district So. l, *iKh indebted
ness to be miimi by bond* ea«-h of the
denomination of Jlixm, and the whole of
the prim; pal of said (k iiJi (~ betl'-tJUD
payab.e respectively In twenty Tears from
dab' of said bonds and to
bear inter*.! ai tne rate of mix per rent, per
aunnm. interest payable M*ini sril! 'IS t: v
-aid dlr< >l«rs have estimated the mi of
i oastn* tin* said bniMtn*s to be s]«o 000
wh.rh ram i« in excess of one per cent cm
ar..l 1« a!«»n! one and one half per l ent air.
ns«oB the asaewri ralaation of the taxable
property of said achno} diairirt So. 1. a>
ascertained by the last wsaesain*! I ]
Notice it therefore hereby giten so the
ioa Se-j elctonuf ik howl district So 1
ot kin* county. Washington Terriuu-r, that
a tyaeial fiction will he held aa
:1u !i»h '!•* of Sovensber. A. H . 1 gaa , t
Brown s j-a> iliaa on Second street, be
tween rt«r-,nt and "enet* streets, in the dtT
<* ~*«"V. la tai l enor.jr «nd territory.at
*i.!ch •■ r*-\irra will be •■l'jtaitte.l the qoe»-
'""Li ( ** id ;iMtebtedn«w thai Ibe in
' r ' J* 'he purixne of r<SMtrt» tin* Mid
V?V \ ' u«e of Mid >cbix4
Tie poU* will be os*j» for the r*»pti<m
s vr fr aJ!e ""cb-rk la the afteraoott
ot Mid ..a>. an/} wIU he ktp« open nntil
M- en o Art p- to o< •ahl day Km, h
I l " i"<T»rrtn» » ( ;Hi t s .
II ' t«!t»e-» and la faror el a tax t«. be fron
t;iae to tia# ww*»?d and n.iit r*ed to
timet as 1 >ati*ly *och htdebtrntne ♦ «. ben
asKj «> is ar.J earii Itdtalinent tt>- crn!
l-rftt'-tMI a* latefvat. than fall du". wiU
' '- r * 1 the Wi>nla ~*fytebt
aa4 eatb aiector 4>pp« to
tiirumn* *w h !■-* 'v*r*m t,r to
rorbtax wUI *«» >MIM ••'.naiuli* the
* rut Sol 1 '
fated U. UHn
THOMAS T. MINOR
J M. rRIJIK.
W* H. Ht I.HE*
.fireefi ,ai iehoo! 4MM So. 1, of litcx
W««tti J r.r»n territory
n. a. jBUw-taotijta.
SttflkLakf Shift 4 Easfcn Ry.
CHANGE OF TIME.
\ / V.X ASK Am* SCXDAV. OCTOBE*
W J, lim. trains win depart ham and
■ arriT* at Seattle as foltows
Litre. Arrirr.
Raging Kir and- B B *4>pm
way »«aDoe* . (
"d; a |»ia A t:»r>
way station# i
Suburban train*. 1
coaaeetig with I . j M om « S 3Bnm
N«fs on Lake ' D ! ? r
Wash. at Vesier.}
Oilman and way ) A ««pn» B
•tadona . ♦ r
••A" dally. "B" dally except 9anday.
X. E. JONES. W. J. JKCNINOS,
Traia Master Gen. F. and P. Agent.
W. K. THORNKLL. Macagor.
THE GREAT
TRANSCONTINENTAL ROUTE.
Northern Pacific
RAILROAD.
Tts TH«
Canada Oiwlaioß. Now Cow
plated. M»M»t it tka Short
aat, Baat ud Qaickast.
Tkr Dining Car Uae. Tie Direct Route.
So Delays. Fastest Train*. Unreat Rales
to Chicago and all points Kast. Ticket*
mid to all prominent Points throaafeout the
East and Southeast. Through Puliman
Drawing Room Sleeping Can. Keaerra
tions can be secarcd in advance.
Ta East Baaad PHKH>n:
Be careful and do not make a mistake,
> but be sore to take tbe
Nortel Pacific Bailroad,
And see that your ticket reads eia. this
line, St. Paul or Minneapolis to aroid
changes and serious delays occasioned by
other routes.
Through emigrant Sleeping Cars run on
regular express trains full length of the
line. Berths free. Lowest rates, cjuickMg
time.
tteaeral o«ce of the Caapaay, So. J Wa*k
lagtoa St., Portiaad, Umoi.
A. P. CHARLTON, Asst Gen. Pass. Art.
So, 2 Washington St, Portland, Or.
W B. SPENCER,
Ticket Agent, Seattle, Wharf.
A. CHILBERO,
Ticket Agent, Seattle.
0. R, & N. CO.'S
STEAMERS
\rni LIAVE SEATTLE errr DOCK
I v T daily for Taroma it 1 L in. and 3p. m.
For Victoria—Dally, except Sun-lay, at
11:15 a. m.
For Oiympia— Daily, except Suuday, at 4
a. in.
Toaching at intermediate points on all
routes.
Seattle, Whatcom k Seniabmoo Rente.
STEAMER CEO. E. STARR
Leaves .Seattle at 930 p. m. Monday*.
Wednesday* an<l Friday*. Arrivesat What
com at 11 a. m. Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Saturday*. Ketnruing, Uarea Whatcom at
Ip.m. Tuesday* and Thursdays, and on
Sundays at 7a. ra. Arrives at Seattle at 2
a. m. Wednesday* and Friday* and on Sun
day* about 9 p.m.
Leaves Whatcom for Semiahmoo Satur
day* at 1 p. tn. Leaves Semiahraoo for
Whatcom .-aturday* at 5 p. m„ arriving at
Whatcom about » p. m
NOTlCE—Steamer land* at all regular
landing* except Oak Harbor. Laconnerand
Fidalgo.
U. S. Mail Steamer Hasaalo
Leave* Seattle for Whatcom and all way
landing* Sunday*, lussdsvs and TMir*
da»* at 11 n ra. Arrive* at Whatcom Mon
day*. Wednesday* ami Friday* at 5 p. m.
Returning, leave* Whatcom same day* at
s:3O p. m , arriving at Seattle Tuesdays.
Thursdays and Saturday* at 2 p. m.
W H. HOU.'OM B. iteui. Manager
C. W. JOHNSON, Superintendent
A. L. MAXWELL.
iicnL Pas*, and Ticket Agent
J- K. POLLEY, Local Ageat.
City Hack.
DAY BOAT.
Fast Steamer
W. K. MERWIN,
Leave* Yealer'* wharf for
Whatcom
At 7 a. m., touching at Clinton, ll.ilan
harbor, Coapeilile, rtaalady. Laruniter.
Samish and Blanchard*. ever* Tuewfav
and Friday.
For freight or pajusaw apply at W.
T. tq > office. S eaier'a wharf. jv'ii
Washington Steamboat Transpor
tation 4 «>mpaity.
CARRYING THE U. 8. MATT
SEATTLE-PORT TOWNSENB ROUTE.
OTKAMEK9 AJTpEIWOS OR EDITH WILL
0 ran daily between .Seattle and port
TowMend.!taTjpir Seattle at 10-*pm,tonch
n*,f Mtfium, Port Gamble and Port
I.adiow. Ketnrnlnr -14-arr PortTownaend
daily tieept Sunday. a! 9 30 a. in
SEATTLE WHATCOM ROUTE.
r-teamrr Washington leaves Seattle. Sun
day. Tneaday and Tbtiniday at 'J p In
*' t'llnton. (oupevllle, Ou Ku
narort.., 'inra„
Fairbarea. ; Un*t>am and Se
-SLT URSF T ?T?' N *~ L,s * r "' *hateoni MOB
dayi. Wednesday! and Friday• at sp. m
SEATTLE SIAGIT RIVER ROUTE.
For freight and paaaagc apply at rota pa
n>' » offlce <m V ealer'« Wharf.
_ H- E. JAIXsOX. AWt Manager.
PACIFIC vivimio\ roflnw.
THE STEAMER
Skagit Chief
1 <AVIK HAKRIKQTON 4 -MITHn
£-f "arf for San Juta ialanda. totv hias
rrfrti? M l, P 1 —gtanwooj. LaCosser*
Friday Harbor and P.ache llarbor every
Sunday and Thtirvlay. every
For frvi»ht or rat., apply on board ivtm
•r. or to HARRISCTO.H A SMITH. A*eul».
HKNHY n ufJCV. Mmter.
PACIFIC V\ll(i\Tlo\ COMIIW.
THE STEAMER
Henry Bailey
smsss£:r t -" u "
" r »pply on board «u-am
or or to (»eo. H. Font tr
H. f. jUEN.S'Y. Majitrr
FLEETWOOD
LAID UP.
Winter Time Table
WILL BE GIVEN
I** a Kt'\y IJjivn.
■mi ' ' >
JAPAN BAZAAR.
• ■Sfleter. aart Btrnm.
—w—
Fino Japanese Goods,
5r ■»
Hoatih. IM. crt. jiaai
Freut «.
WA CHON6 & CO..
CHIMA TEA STORE.
£tes"£S; z&xsssz.
Pacific Coast Steamship Ci
Tlx «t»aai ships r* ATILLA aa 1 J)D!r*
will lan the Ocean »ork of tkaC.a?
ik. It. Scartie, alternately fret* frida*
at« o'clock p. ■..
FOR SDN FRANCISCO,
Via Port Townsend sad Victoria, sod
gS SS&r r *"
ALASKA ROUTE.
The steamship* A neon and Idaha 1«*•»
Seattle for Wrangle. Juocac.
ruber Alaskan ports a« follow*:
Idaho Oct. » sad So» j
The A neon o^7^
For freight or passage sppiy at tka c_.
lumbia A Pugct ssr.s 1 EaUroai efict, £
* W. B. SPEM'ER. Ajfeit.
H. XcUtui.
Puget Sonnd Sunt. P dir.
aoiiim r-ti;.;. f C. tuft,
Canadian PaciS
RAILWAY.
. THE TBI'S
TRANSCONTINENTAI ROUT!
BETWEEN
THE PACIFIC AMD TIE ATUITK,
ITS PAAOEXGKR E UMEtT B THI
1 finest !n the world, e» <istinga{ Lank
oas Sleeping Cars, harin drawing *mak.
ing and bath rooms: Co forlaQa
Clean Colonist Cars, with ce teS
Berths for holder" of second i- iam UtES
and the Best modern style of day .oacbM
Its Dining Can a.i>t ftotels IH'ilUa C
best quality of food in unlimited ■jsaaSl
at reasonable rate*.
The Variety and C.raadear of Vraan
along its line 1» unojaaied. and to the da
tails of track, train serriee, etc.. norkiw %
omitted that can add to the Safety ■]
Comfort of its patron*. Ail in ail, it gjsa
the best and most serricabie line o( trmr«L
whether for business or plt-amu*. betwssa
Portland, Tacoma. Seattle, Victoria and d
Pacific Coast Points, and Wianam Mi»
neapolis, St. Paul. Chicago, 8L LmS; 00l
wa,Toronto. Montreal, Boston, New Tort
and ail Eastern citiea.
Tkraagk Tickets i» Itsaed ta an rilsilaa
Patata la tke I'alM States, (saads
ud Carape at Usnt lata*.
For detailed information apply to tt>« IM
lowing agents of the company:
C. O. McCORD.
6 Washington St.. Portland, Ot
Z. W. Mcf>lNNEHß.Seattle7wT
E. E. E 1.1.i5. Tacoma. W. T.
D. E. BROWN,
District Freight »nd Pasteager Agent,
Va:i.o«ver B. C.
i orr»-spond»-tice •ollcited.
Casaiiao Pacific NsTiiatiinCi
(umnam.)
STEAMER
P H E M I EH
BODITD SOUTH.
. LHVt , . i a&ITS
Vancouver, Monday Townsend, Thursday
AThursday 2p» 4 Monday »'«p ■
Townsend. Monday Seattle.. Friday aai
A Thnra-lay llpir Tuesday -'flOaa
Seattle, Tuesday and Tacoma, Friday tad
Friday Sa re Tuesday 12 nooa
BOUND NOETH.
. LXivt . , *xatvc—
Tacoma, Tuesday A Seattle, Tuesday aa<
Friday 3p b> Friday 5-00 p ■
-battle, We<lnes<lay Townsend, Wednadj
A Saturday. Sam A Saturday a i
Toirnsend, Wedn'ady Vancouver, WedoM
A.Saturday to am day ASatay 5 »pa>
DAV3 OF DEPARTURE FROM SEATTLE
Wednesdav* and Saturday*.
• BAYS OF ARRIVAL AT SEATTLE.
Tuesday* and Fridav*.
JOHN A. O'BRIEN, Master.
F. J. CHCBCH Agent at Seattle
Johs lavtso. Maagr. C. P X. Co. IA.
TO SAN FRANCISCO. CAL
Men Pacific Cujaifi
LINES.
THE MT. SHASTA ROUTE.
Quicker in time than any other routs be
tween
Seattle and San Francisco.
LEAVE SEATTLE DAILY AT 4 P M.
ARRIVE IN SAN FRANCISCO. 7:40 A M
Threagk Tims Fevty-Mght Hoar*.
The Grand Sceale route of the Pacific I:OM.
PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS
Tourist Slsaylac Cars
For accommodation of second clan paises
ger* attached to express train*.
For ticket* and other Information call o»
A. CHILBERO,
Ticket Agent, Seattle, W. T
E. P. ROGERS,
Assist Oen. Freight and Paaa Agent
R. KHKHLSK. Manager.
•STEtDER CLIRI RHfIU.N
I EAVES YKSI.ER'S WHARF FOR TA
* coma, Oiympia aad Big Skookum at 7
a. m. every Mouday. Wednesday and Fri
day.
Re taming, leaves She;ton. Big Skookna,
at 7 a. m. every Tuesday. Thursday and Sat
way.
COLUMBIA £ PUGET SOUND
RAILROAD.
Time Table, Taking Effect
Sunday. May 27,1888.
Train* arrive and leave Seattle a* fol
lows
_ Leave. Arrive.
Newcastle and way< ,_ »
station* (mixed;.. ,8.20 p. m .0»p m.
Franklin and way sta-< TO)a. m. 2:30 p. m
station** I 3:30 p. m. Uoop. m
•Coal.
T. J. MILS'KR Superintendent
STEAMER W. F. MUNROE,
(Carrying C. a Mail.)
Leaves Seattle for Edmund*. Mukilteo
Marysvllle and Snohomish
Dully, except Nundiiy.
passage Inunlre on boaid
or at Yesler wharf.
_ C. D. BROWNFIELD. Manager.
'ta.-at.K jl Kowrga .Agent Seattle.
PUGET SOUND SHORE R. R
Time Table, Taking Effect
Sunday, May 27, 1888
, _ I-rave. Arrive,
racoma passengers Hi a.m. flops
SSff ™L ,e,l) 2 » ► 1- « P-«-
Stork Junction mtx'di.J-» p. m tve am.
1 Connect* with the N. p. L R. for Port
land and the East.
'Connect* with X. p R. R. for Portland.
LA. NADBAP.
General Freight and Passenger Agent
T J. Mllxm. Mai-ag.-r.
1 SPINNEY
<sc CO.'S
PRIVATE OISPEKSAHT,
■MS Ciiamtrtlal itrnt. eoratr
Jackson. Seattle. W. T.
Ail chronic Diiwu of MtX and WOMIS
. „ "wwUßj !reau*t.
"ANUikjD, Xervons aad Physical
I*-bUlty, Exhausted Vitality. Semi!.*
Wa>M«. fpennatorrboea, e
moorThoea.' 'ft. -Ti-blUin, hfinimr' le
rUoe Wettuee in Woratn, and ail Kuik -
sLwthat milt from rout*,
fal follies Of excess in after year*.
URINABY •L 1 ' 1 ' 14 "? * :i<l Bladder troops,
. . *»•«* K»' k, Gonorrhoea, (;:•« t,
(rryMtoa, Varicocele, stricture. etc-, promt V
> J and safely carvd XonaisseoiM nc! ' »«*
given. nor (trace iujecturt med. »tii h
caase stricture. Charges rvasouablc
SEBVOUS p«w"»T.i3«.»f viiSrieii*.
Leases. Nijthl Kuisuotn IK
mmlemj, etc.. etc., cored.
fOUHG MEN 'aSVrtug fr.*m the effects u
, y»Hlhf»l follies nr iudi.cn
Uoo, avftii ihemjK-lw of otr tre**-
■Dent. the greatest boon «rer laid at the a -
lar of suffering humanity. «i)| nwiaiil •
• P<>«iti»e . .ire in every case,
liddii-liM ICB Tk tronbijd
ll !" h!add«r, *p< „mpause-1 bjr a
naaruju! >«r banting sensation , on examU •
anon <h« u-tn» dei-aiti a omlinteat aid
•unttliaea a laments present Tha roVr
vArttp® trwa « bright ar MdUh Ui eren i
|WM«P< experiences a weak
. * ""oner he cairno
IHiWIBt lot. TWI fal thl' vcond .;»»».
*«iuai WWjkMM. Xany dk- of this li«
"» ,*•**• * perf-c: ran
•aj SraiUij nstoi»«..a gaa/anfo 4.
boon, is a b » i|k«.: )u,jp.
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