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TEEBITOBY NEWS.
Tacoma's Criminal Popula
tion Growing Rapidly.
A MEW DAILY NEWSPAPER.
The Walla Walla Harder Myilery
-Ike Heattle Knllroad East of tke
Mean tain*—lMympla Item*.
Jif ' ■ •
TACOMA. Wov. 2L— The police committee
of the council, with Mayor Dram, called
Wpoa Justice W. K. Lawrence today and
formally delegated bin to attend at the
ettyjall every morning at » o'clock and
there hold conrt—that i» to *ay. pass Jndg
ment npon tbe tramp', vags, drunk*, dl*
orderlies and other unfortunate* who may
have been caught In tbe drag net of tbe
■lgbt before.
Cnder the city charter the rocncll have
a fight to appoint a »pecial police jmtlre,
or. rather, one of the city Ja*tlee», lo do the
WBftf work.
The council baa arrlred at tbe conclo
aJou that it I* better to have one of the )n*
tk-ea go to the jail and there dl*f«*e of the
■eceasary basineM than to drag the vasr
and tratiiM. of whom there ha* lately been
a daily fiirtcit, to the office* of one or
Other of tbe jmtlce* of the Second or Third ,
ward. It ia also the expressed i>pinlon of
nomethal no)u*tlee holding term* under
tbe charter a* It waa when tbe prc»e»t act
tag lattice* were elected, ran bold hi*
oourt outside of Ibe 1*1)1 wick for which he
wat elected. Oirlnv this (.[linlon the bene
fit of tbe doubt, therefore. Jnitice law
fence, who bold* In the Heeood ward. In
which the jail I* located, was to delegated
Justice heiiter, who bold* In Ibe Third
ward, e*prr»»e<l some unrprl*- at the action
when lofd of It this afternoon, a* he bad
■otbeen previously adriaed of the Intea
tion of the council so to do.
The morning court will be held In tbe
rooms above the Jail, and will be begun to
■arrow. Wort was begun to-day npon as
additlou to the city jail, a work of necessity
caused bv Its recently crowded condition
The police force will also be Increased at
«»nce by the addition of four more mem
bers
A HKrCRLICIN HIWSFArgK.
At a meeting held In the office of Hears,
■vans <si Stilts yesterday afternoon, papers
were signed organising IhcTocoma Keinth
lican Printing Company, and Ibr articles
Of Incorporation were Bled ttds afternoon
fn tbe auditor's office. The purpose* of
the company as set forth are:
To do a general Job printing, lesik and
newspaper publishing and bookblndlug
business: io electrotype, stereotype, litbo
graph or produce copies of any design by
any of the reproductive process.» now
known or tbat may hereafter !<e discloaed
by science, discovery or Invention; to e»
tabllsh, purchase or otherwise own and
control a newspaper, an t to publish the
same at snch time* and in snch inanuer as
may lie meet expedlen , and to do any and
all thinrs necessary, proj« r and rouveal
ent for carrying out the objects and aeeoni
pllslilug the pur]K>w-a for whMi this cor
K ration is formed: to snb-crlU.' for and
te stock In other corporations cognate
with or similar to It In their pnrposet and
objects. The object, of lid* corporation,
are as hereinbefore set forth.
Tbe capital stock is *">0.000. Messrs. 8,
If. Nolan, F. C. Itos*, C.T. Ulbmau and T
L Nixon, all of Taeoma, and J P. Stewart
of Puyallup, are the iworp-irators and
trustees fer the flr.t »ls months. The
name of the paper will bo the Taeoma If
Cibllean. It la stated that J. M. liiitenge,
to of tbe Kansas l it)' Juurnal, will be the
managing editor of the new p*|«-r. The
company has purchased from Harry Mor-
Rn the plant used In the publication of
6 fil/ilif, and that paper will suspend with
the first Issue of tbe Jirpuhliean. It Is also
negotiating for the purchase of tbe liorld
Office. The paper, it I* said, will appear
about the Ist ot December.
NEW CARS WANTED
There are no vessels loading wheat at
tbe warehouses jnst now, because id the
Inability of the railroad company to get
the wheat there, thi Ir lack of ears belug
the trouble. The company had ordered a
number of new cars, some of wbleh an'
expected dally, when the distress will be
relieved.
UONE EAST.
Prosecuting Attorney B. W. Coiner left
this morning for a vlsft lo bis old home at
Mt. Pleasant, lowa. He will be ahaent for
some weeks and ha* appointed vv. 11. sucll.
Kaq., to perform the duties of the office of
prosecuting attorney until hla return.
MAKRIAOK IN TIIK TOtJUTH WARD.
Justice ianwrcnco wa* this eveuiug
drives to the Fourth ward, where Ht the
residence of the bride's parent* hs united
In marrlagp I'hfUp Fay am! Übble Duff.
MSMKMTATION.
A beautiful flag was presented to Com*
pauy C to-nitftit by tbe chamber of corn
er merce. Oen. Bpragnc made the presenta
tion, which took place tn the company's
arm or v, Fife NMt, No. 2. ('apt. nfe re
eelved the flag for the company and re
spouded in fitting tcrmi.
WAIJ.A W ALL A HKW9.
A Cine to the l)avi« Murder—Fu
neral of Klrhan! Helling.
WALLA WALLA, NOV. 21.—1t LA definitely
ascertained that the man who purchased a
ticket for Nebraska the day of the Davis
murder came from up the country, aud
waskuou-uaa tbe conductor of the train.
The intimation* of a local paper that Da
vis was killed by a train are totally tin
founded. There ia almost certain evidence
of murder. Detectives here think, the*
have a good clue, and davelopmenta arc
expected in 48 hour*.
E. K. Bowlby, who recently killed ton.
Campbell at Camas prairie in a quarrel
over aliean, had a preliminary examina
tion Tuesday at Pendleton and wa* held in
bonds of 10000 for murder iu the second de
cree. The ncighborho<»d defends the ac
tion of the purchaaer. Howlfey is in deii
cate health and will not live long, tspa
dally if iinprisoued.
The funeral of KichaM Kclliug thin after
noon wax ou« of the largest ever held iu
the city, this fire department participating
aud the saloous being elosed, the owners
r attending In a body. The Ha** floated at
half mast.
Wm. Falconer, while coupling cars Tues
day had his right wrist mashed.
John Thompson, convicted of murder iu
the second degree, from Pacific county,
arr!\cd at Iho penitentiary this morning.
The hoard of health and school director*
ha\eordered the immediate vaccluatiou
of action! children. The poor will be vac
einatcd free.
SPOKANE t'AI.I.S NKW-
The Sr»*itlo Ualtwß) t*ri»«prr«>u*
Till»ut«r>- ltfiloiu.
HI*I>KANF. Falls NOV. :\ l*rt<«uU*nt M« v
biuiaWl, of thr Seattle, Uk>> HHTTRT- & KM t
em r»llt«»Ht. i« lu tlu* city! n»ix<Mlnf Uit*
coni*!motion the r«»««i Irom thu «
Th<» row! Is now coiap . ti t\ from *\
L*k** f *nd w»»rk l« liein* |tti»h«*i| r«|o.il\
It will ir«dy for bu»iur»a l>«s tmU r I
The RE*! RWUTE in NHOWITI){ < T N
Kl(lor*bl?? nctlvily. There are **v* ra! U
4c«!t peixtiim **hi» h trill oou«i;fenibl)
coimterin t the inactivity an<i
of tl«% ftuv imoith*
The «pokn:i«* Naliooai b«tik receivi tl a
pn>Kl brick today wi-lshing itl\ oun«ys
valued at f. 1 -.; u i* fixim a cieau up of
the tVeidem mini. Murray, Idaho n»e
on run* a trite ov»*r |*> per i«i»»
Tho Colvllle valley a> aa
•eetfou Is attraetiutf R\»OTTTDTRABH> NTTCNUON
hero, couMt> i« :y r . h
mineral aud asrriruHural i\*t»nreea hu
|K>rtant atrik"« have hem roa.lt n ■ - ttilv
on f><vmluion hilt.
OLVWIU NM*VB.
Bulhllnc and l,oan A«««H latl«»n 1)1*.
for •*Ofl r en»tve
rarll««n«hl|t."
OLVMJ IA, NOV. v\ \ hmid'uji aud 1 , ;
aMtH ialiou aa* rt»rm*sl tu thi* eitv \ at r
M A bran<

Che foltovlui: ••fflccn «t-n- vVru-.l rr^■«,
dent, F. M Keed, ,^r.; sivreiar t. 1< •.
O'ltrion; JOHN K I. -WET AU
vlaorr botird, T. V. Van KPFW. T J V, !'»•«•
nev, (\ M. Moor«, J Kobrrt?. I 'a \ lv\i
Aluridfr, K S. M«xrl»>N an«L F T LU>KU( »*
Tho MARTS our utiuor M \
•blcani|ilre*. having 24 memlvn W»*O have
aultfH*ribeti for SOFH»M at FLOO> V* * FCHAN*.
and many more who hare ».jcuiticd
iiitentiou of baooaiini atembera of the
aikftoclatlon.
iHMiuRi sn , 'ornKN»i\t rr.R
Mf IP-
Mr. Ktifta ltwyer ha* returned hutme
from Walla Walla, where he baa U* > n s
ploved la the territorial penitentiary (-ar
never*! months pa#!, a* s'.urdl, a' i n
tton Aat aetwd to hsrn through th* I;
flut nee of DeiKM'rade ij»>»;.«■* v»:;
election moraine, however, Mr |»a»,-r
and .MR (tavtd Morrall. an VI«!'..<YR » M
years standing, telophom d to i; ontU
ran preeinel eommitUM »»f Waila to
•and aeanfafa out to ibe p« »it« ♦ «rv <»--
them« as they ariahad t«> \« te tho
rati tit ker. k |Wm«»era?ic euxji «i\ tu-*
lug the at otuv teie?»h. ! i
Democratic hicoateri t • rti* t
Votes of lawyer *i»d Monti!
ronliu*i> done, but the frnt' u
In their votes a d rH
trnti*r> . t T
that FLAIR -
with. Mr. I>vry«r tldttM thi# avt
liar «*y for aUeirvd elril >- rvt n n .
to aet, but be 1s t»* verthclvs# n r> t s
lafled with the ramit.
NOT**.
.Maicolm \ti » * .
John & Tolama have a|t!>ean*d '«•. • Ju-ie
Kiady and dec'-ut<t • sr
oome eiti/eus of tbt- I'attvd -
Mr Vaa W«a>«tard, nH jj , r
Dr. A. H, WtKMlard diet! TV
fdettee in West tiiyiupu m >.
toff* after an > cat cw u t s
fllllt T'FTL WLII ITTK'. p!,% , / .TIL « L , fj» ■• V
jesideticc ti>morrow mar :w a( II«A s* l
Vau SIS born aud film* an tMs ritv a here
he H«* hundreds of FRIEND* who \ rv
uuUmeiv MIL"
extend mutinied sympathy t® sorrow
lac faatfly.
Mr J„bn T. Wills ud Mr*. Heßie Brace,
both o( T Scorn* were nnlted le marnaga
ia*t evening by {'rotate Jndge Root
The rotate of John Craig. dewed, coo
•iotingof 1 end* »o King and Ptereeeoan
ties, n«« been set over to hU »arrf'tii«
widow, Mm. Prank GHddenof fr/Ml [Bey.
by order ol the probate court. Parts M the
tr.au have been varwaiy trsmsferrwl
since Craig's death, and tbfre *ri!l prob
ably be considerable future litigation
C. Hale Lu filed ber final /W
--eonnt at adnunistrutn* of the estate of
CH. Haic. deceased. , _ . . .
Hon. Geo. D Shannon of Hogham I« In
the city to day
Entertainment nt Port Madl«.a.
P,*r Maniaoa. SOT. »-*«
Auluti give eatertaJnaaeßt Hatordajr
evening. *'«. H. to a well tiled boo* ol
j tbe bent cithnaM of Pert Madison. The
I "Italian Walues." sun* by Mrs. Van Aaken.
an 4 afcw tbe comic songs, in the part of
• hrtmr Bobhetand Cider Bnlffles.' which
were played by that lady, met With en
thusiastic responses
A mooir the be*t feature* of tbe enter
tainment. wasthe part of "Jonlah Allen*
Wife. " played by Urn. Taylor, which to
particularly worthy of notitw.
Tbe tears of the "Widow Poodle 'a part
played by Mlas Annie Mitchell; and tbe
rollicking anile* of the "Yankee Peddler
(played by Mlm Alice Taylor; were re
ceived witb enthuslawn. a* wa* the tailor
•oug by Mr H. C. Downle. and the short
part played by Mies Maggie Michel . The
cntertaiu merit «u prooonnced by ra to be
a tuerem.
Port Townseml Note*.
Porr Tow Y*ESL>. SOT. 21,—Davenport,
the Whatcom county murderer, la again in
Jail, hi* boDdsmen basing withdrawn.
Mr* JaroM, the Portland woman who
was arretted here last Saturday, baa been
released, as no papers bare arrived author
irlug ber detention
V, K. Ebey. of Whldbey'a island, was In
town to-day.
Henry Hash has leased the Commercial
wharf for three years to parties from < ali
fornla.
>Birn»«.
sailed -Am bk 'I. ii Bower*, lumber
laden for Valparaiso.
Hr sh Meluemena left for Taeoma this
morning to discharge ber cargo of railroad
iron. . t _
Ar Feriidale here Iwt night with
«loftd of iron or© from I>x*4a.
K«buil<iloe MnohnoiUh Bride*.
j4*ohNev. 21.—A train
firilftbipmentof timber for the to
day. Tbe flnrt plica were driven for tbe
pieri to-day.
TRADE AND FINANCE.
SEATTLE. NOV. 21.
The Iniit market wa* brink to-day owing
to the (air weather, aad most of tbe eargu
brought by th» California steamer was
dia(»ia«<l of at quotation*. Oat* are stronger
to-day an<l the price baa advanced It In
stated that a local dealer paid 121 per ton
(or a lot recently pureiiaac«l. The San
Francisco market la strengthening aad
higher values are expected. Ther.- 1» Do
reason why WaaUlngton oata shotiM not
command higher price* at the quality l»
up to tbe atnndard of any grown on the
c«ast. Hay is advancing, and lliget Sound
timothy may be quoted at !!«©!■>. jobbing.
Holder* have thing* highly in
their favor, a* the market must
bo supplied from noun; source; and as
Yakima timothy ran not be delivered here
at price* now paid for l'uget Sound, hold
er* of the latter can command higher
value*. The hop market i> wilt quiet, but
late advices show that tbe tone of the I-on
dou market l> Improving. Holdera of
choice hops need not lie particularly anx
ious to Mill )u*t at preacut, unless 20e or
higher I* paid, as the quantity of choice to
lie placed on the market I* limited. The
market on red hop* la beginning to move,
and a representative of a N'ew York firm
I*, we understand, ready to qnote price*.
It i* yet too early to tlx price* on tbi*
grade; hut, from present Indications,
price* will range from I.tf<tl6c. Today's
arrivals of produce include 1190 sack* oat.*,
3*2 sacks bran and IB sack* shorta.
MKKCHAKMSK AND rRODI'CE RK
CEIPTH-Durlng the last 2t hour* the
merchandise and produre receipts at thi*
port have been aa follows: l'uget
Sound Shore road '-TO ton*. Columbia and
l'uget Bound railroad 23 ton*. Seattle. I.ake
tthore A Eastern railway 41' i ton", steam
era Kdllh-'a tons, Cascade l ton, Clara
itrowu I'. tons, Evangel J ton*. Augusta 1 .,
i ton, Fanny !.ake 81 tons, tugboat Uee, by
•COW. 24 ton*. Total receipt* *26 ton*.
I Among the receipts were ;>•< boxes up;.let..
I IjO barrels Hour, 10 sacks potatoes, 1190
i sacks oat*, IK! aaeka bran, |« sacks shorts,
2S boxes aud 2 tubs butter.\ cases lard oil,
■ I coon chlckena, 13 sack* oy»ters,"s case*
; and '2 liarrel* lln*ecd oil, l to> boxes soap. S
handles bides, .too keg* nails, 60 tons hav, l
, car furniture, 2 case* crockery,SO tan* hay.
| J cars cord wood, o,oo# feet lumber. M.uOO
i brick, H bead horses.
MRIPMRNTH—During the last 24 hours
goods and merchandise have been shipped
from Seattle to the surrouudlug country as
follows l'uget Sound Shore road 49 tons,
Columbia and l'uget Sound railroad l -tons.
Seattle, I.ake Shore and Easteru railway «
tons, stemers—Qnlney 14 tons, Edith
tons. Henry Bailey 4;? tons. Cascade 1
tons, ciara orown 13 tons, Munroe 20 t«»ns,
Premier 2 tons, Erlcksen tons. Sue
cess 2 tons, l«»la S tons, Augnstal ton. draco
2 tons. Mountaineer 1 ton. Total ship
meats Hi 1 , tons.
A Horrible Death
FUH-||K, NOV., NOV. •it.—'To-night as John
liiughatn, Tboma* MeMahtm aud (ieronia
Papina ware coming up iu a bucket in the
shaft of the Yuba mine, the bucket tx»gan
turning and two of the miner* candles
went out. I'apiua, who "steered,' struck
his head against the timbers under the
guides, and was thrown from the bucket
to the bottom of the shaft, 4WJO feet. He
was mashed into pulp The engineer,
noticing the vibration of the rope, brought
the bucket to a stop, but botn the other
men were Injured, Uingham having two
ribs broken.
A Featherweight Knockout
NI » YOUK. Nov. J1 -K'harlct McCarthy
of Jersey t'itv and George s Young of
llrxjklyu fought to a finish to-nigt'.t for the
tMSUtam championship. The t>ati!e lasted
minutes and 'M seconds and Young was
comj.M te'.y I -, 1 ~n»
round by a left bander «>«» the bridge of his
nose. He lay unconscious on the rt<n»r
over 10 seconds, and the fight and purse
were given to MeCarth) .
Murderer MeNulty's Appeal
Si* KRtxi ISI.I, Nov .'1 John Ml
, Nulty, uuder setttetirv > In* hanged Ny
veniV r St. was told to-<l«> that the *lu rilT
had receiicl h writ from the county e l.Tk
siupendiuc the alteration neudlut the
hearing of an appeal whteb his attorneys
have taken to the supreme court.
The Thirli I'luhlh \l>-tltn.
KO« II*«T*«, N. Y . Nov _ I -Win tk-vlta,
. who jumtwM Irom the fouitb story oftlie
snaia cange ami lantern e»M>a:i>'»
bulUllogou the Bight lithe lire, d.edto
night lie Is the thirt) eighth known
! »Ictitn
Teemer Mint O'Connor to Ha*.
Washington*. N.„ .1 Teera,-r of Me
K(',s;,on sn4 U i'onnor of .«s
men, will row a tins* nitle r>. ■ with a
turn on the IW,ma »atnr<ta- . (or f:nw «
* side arid the championship nf Auerti n
shltn'-lnu tutelllgetiee.
Svn f-'RiN-i* Nov. si. ar,'! -h
■ B. ttrewa, Naaattao: sii
INvri Towßs>-i.i!
foar ro» tstati, Nt» ,"t tr,-i>.,l Tus
Sea l ion, t si* s. It Kaadall. at « t>
froin -«t: K.-s. . s N.,ra . s;. ' ,

Posr >liii;- '*N, s.» aihsi v&t
lanra V*
Tit-vißH l Xst. Kit lowed out by twg
lllakeley at -h. ic eioudv : fc -ht - tith
east wind.
t'A»s» XUIIK I |sis.
i i'eeou -h,.f i ins ? x «ss lluatl.l.toc
tv Marriott, J Pascal, Mr- JuMisin. Mm
A Attoeii, J el mo to, j M Mr|>an«ld t }
tUt; . i »it.l mitr I •• Mr* •:
MUWf. r H K :S J*H»i *■•«".> \ \% K t.vsi
i *a»l m NS r W wit*
*'i It" *.«• • il*nk. < hd» >|h»rr, K
j jJlvwM.fi, Vfr« .» t tUnt' •>. T M \ TOQk*.
V KHM! *n i 30
« *•■>*» A «•»:■! •i\m Uc4t f\l
M.-». J f Huntiuc. MM, T M
sheeaioi .1 s Wa.tr-- i t-aukt>«H* f.
UfßH!i : \ Mfj-% J H ; w-M- Robert
K Kft*r,Mr. W.xvi *od *u«i JL
t JUOPR. TWRFVU, 1. ABC*H«TU*, QIO. > .
">wf, r l Mr. K«v l Mr
Mr. AlnM.
H. Younf, 14 wvoiml <buML
(»»\!»t\sio I«I»R TR( III>
j The fun-r* fa ;
of bi< Ki» v- v- Ws ' V h
tUv
Hs} tvw »usiv, G! ia
j w«at«lJUs*l rnJcitk I t (Ml M
! *t\*t ih« .vitcr.
hATr» j- ytt ijjf < rot*
u&s ' n xmkiGg t!».r Umttxh
CiMjao v 'tr-- " - i
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u, . m» ■
.j Ij ' ; 1 ■ pca .er -s ;
«Uri. sliat int.*:;-? [ ;i:ie f'-r thes*"
l»reett t~4e-, t,! course .•. *.,
/AnW,
liser* i- a tiH ta« B caeiv n» .«tta
si* fe, t t .tie irwhrs til!, anst when her
lover TTJIW- OTITIS TIP., . AND TREADS
for ak:-■ -! e -!o p-'io , ~ • i| .
■S|. rft X -
COAL IN ALASKA.
Ivikustibk Deposit* of F«fl.
of tbe Best <J«Htjr.
The UdfM Traced fw a HnwlrW
Mile*—A Futor* f!reat
Miilry.
<Xrr. -iwineford in tS)e Alwiw-
Running through Kachemak gulf
into Cbarvhagtk we * n '" bore ' l
shoot 2 o'clock Sunday morning. be
yond a long point extending out from
the end ol the peninsula lying between
the bav and the gulf, in what is known
v Coal Harbor. There is no settle
ment at this point, and my only ob-!
jtct in stopping was to examine the
coal sewn* said to exist there, and
which were originally discovered by:
the first navigators as early as 17*.
After breakfast 1 went a»hore in com
pany with some of the ship's officer*,
and had no difficulty in tinding the
veins, the outcrops of which are in the
face of a perpendicular bluff, and so
prominent that they can be wen from
a distance of two miles, I found three
distinct veins, or -earns, in a sand
stone format: >n which dips to the
northwest at an inclination of from
three to five degree* from the hori
zontal. The outcrops, or rather ex
posures made by the wares dashing
ajeaiiist the bluff, are at the highest
point above high-water, but the dip
carries the seams under the surface of
the bay in a very short distance to
the north—the principal one beint
visible for a considerable space under
water. .
These seams lie one above the other,
with what 1 took to 1* lire-clay be
tween then, the lower one being at
the very least calculation eight feet
thick. the next one above from four to
five, and the nrper not more than
three. Hundreds of tons of this coal
lies Strewed along the beach, having
lien detached in large block* from the
lower vein by the action of the waves.
It is. to all appearances, a very line
riualitv of cannel coal, and that there
is an extensive field of it is a question
which admits of not a single doubt.
With ii small crowbar we dug out two
or three hundred pounds, which we '
carried on board ship, and a part of
which we burned in the cabin grate
with the roost satisfactory result®, j
The chief engineer, who is consider
able of a scientist, and certainly well
js.sted as to the different qualities of
i coal, made various tests, together
with an analysis, to determine its j
character and probable commer
cial value. At the very fii-t |
trial he succeeded in making
| a complete and perfect weld
on 1% inch iron, something that can-:
not l>e done with any other coal here
tofore mined on the Pacific slope,
from a lump picked up on the beach
a portion was broken off, weighed and
nlaceil in a retort made on board ship.
This retort was heated to a bright red j
in the furnace fires, when the coal gave
off an illuminating gas, the flame of
which, issuing from a tip, was of a pe
culiar purity and whiteness. Lighted
in the cabin grate, it at first gave off a
bright white flame, without much
smoke, subsiding afterwards with very ;
little loss of bulk, to a red-hot carbon
of great durability and intense heat,
which was tinally consumed to an ash
of impalpable fineness, without cliuk
: er. This test left no possible donbt as
to its value for domestic purposes.
The analysis made by Chief Lowe,
gave carbon Hi, hydrogen 7, and ash t»
per cent., with only a trace of sulphur
or sodium.
In his report to his commanding
officer, the chief engineer says: "For
steaming purposes I have only an
opinion, which, unbacked by solid
and welt ascertained fact*, ought not
to tie expressed or finally entertained.
The tests made, simply enable me to
pronounce it a eannel coal of great
value, much auperior in fact for do
mestic purposes to anything yet -een
in the San Francisco market." It
must l>e remembered that the tests
upon which this judgment is based
were made from coal taken from the
out-crop or picked up on the beach,
which analogy permits me to argue
cannot, exposed as it has been to the
action of the elements, be taken as u
fair sample of the quality of the
seams.
The e*istenee of tlu-.w coal seams
was well-known to the Russians, but
«ere not worked by them owing to the
lact that they opened ui>on the beach,
and a* they could only lie successfully
worked through perpendicular shafts
of con-idcralile lieptn, tliev preferred
to c enmence operations afsome other
(mint where «o larpe an ontlay of capi
tal would not be required. I'hey ac
cordingly proceeded to open « mine on
the shore of a -mall cove known as
< Dal bay in Graham's harbor, which
lies about 2>.» miles to the southwest
of the entrance to t'hurchagik bay,
and as near as I can learn for u unru
lier ot years mined from a "ingle -haft
alt the'coal they (Ku-sian American
Company ) required for use in tlieir
stea liters They made the mistake,
however, of following the -earn under
the bay, and cutting n stream of water
the mine was flooded, beyond the hope
of redemption. Subsequently, about
the year KM a company wa- formed
in San Francisco, to which the Ku--
-inu American Company wa a party,
for the purpose of mining coal for the
San Francisco market, and a new
mine near the old one was opened
under the local management of a Her
man engineer named llaltern, and
from that time till the transfer, coll
ide: able coal was mined, tho'igh verv
littie of it found its way to San Fran
ci-eo. The American partner-hip of
Hie firm, or corporation, which was
calle ! the \ uiertcan Russian Compa
ny, tvludoit that >.in Krarii-c©
needed more ice than coal, and the
shipment of ice from WiK»t Island was
made its principal business. With the
transfer of the country to the I nlte i
M ite all effort- ate ai mining Cea-ed,
and nothing has ever since la-en done
liv.iklng to the practical development
of the extensive coal measurt on
Cook's Inlet and el-uwhere in Ala-ka.
These coal scams not only cr >p out
at the jvlints mentioned, twit they ate
e«j ".- I all along the ea-ierii shore of
the inlet from Anchor point t the
northern entrance of Kacheinak
i idf to K l-illoff river, and at vtiriou
iKunts lx>twe«m toil and tiraham -
tiatls.r- . overing a total di-lan. e t ,f
nearly 100 mile* At the point where
I landed, the natural conditions could
nt be no-re favorable for the opening
and prat th al o|>eration of a lar* e
number of miues. The ground buck
from the bay ri-es to an elevation of a
hundred feet or more, affording the
t best» u little- for the construction of
gravity road- upon which the product
could be carried out '.ijs-.rt pier- and
'transferred to ship- at a verv trilling
<s<st. 1 confidently look for the de
velopment of this c >at l»ed just as
-is.n a-cOßgre - -hail bv suitable leg
i-istion nia«.e it possible for pertao*
de-irous of thus investing iheir capi
tal. to Heart pood and suffit ient titie*.
whi- it they cannot now do
-
UEriNKI) lit «!«>■:.
Although hii cUxfeinc may be thin
t'Bhaptw 1» his life.
Who at this season s lit la
Hot w*:rr with his wife.
cWiff.
The >ioor opened and the wind Mew
this one in Why i- a wad dog like a
Wtet ciHT IWaiise it needs m txlin",
W U f9i.• .Vrv >
The propo-ed diamond "trust" is a
lep-rehe'i-; le enterprise It meau
s.:, |-t> the formation oi a big dia
11.end fin* II : v:, t „\> •
Te'en i Ihnny wi; i ye nioin i the
! 'in? ''Biue'i we have eetcted sen*e
ye was away* l»inny i with astonish
meat} -hure it do Sate ihe divii'
i erem-e Well that was the ittUnshon.
i t>icair> IV>» -What's the matter.
v " l-tl-< -i'lrr N -ritu', wilt tuant
w« *' that dlroree frown again
It „ ,t-o lioy Wc I, I m clad of it 1
daat i:V» this pa pi Terv nueh my
-el'. n. 'MW
Agent-—l'd like to itumpr Vwiir hie
Kc-i cctaUe Ud party I doii't wan !
tnv life insured. ' Bat wepavsr*. :al
inducements. Kvrrv poke* i- paid <<n
death. ' Weil, all the coinpanie- do
that "Yes, but we pay up even if
you are hanged. How '* that for
special tndu,i meat !" Ttsa* Stftitft.
SEATTLE POST -IKTELLIGENCER. THUBSDAY NOVEMBER 22.
TWO A»«m HISDKD JtWX
'«T«rMUM Ot«rknnl to s Tfceater
B4t«M* til* Act*-
Detroit rnw Pre*
■Sow, be Mire not to forget, mw »
ladv. playful'v shaking her finger »t
her escort is he arose to stretch hi*
lews between acts, and. turning to •
]j3jr friend, explained: "He is scab
«ent-®Sodfd."'
"Doe* he forget your letters and
errands?" „ .
"Ob. no, indeed! He is absent
minded I never intrust any to him.
liut he forgets me. Wbv, only last
week be went ottt between act* and
never returned. I went home alone
and found him peacefully smoking his
cigar before the open fire, quite ob
livious of myself and the theatre. I
mi very indignant, but when I began
with tears in my eyes: 'How could
you go off and leave mero?' the whole
occurrence seemed to flash upon him.
sprang to his feet declaring he had
been worrying all the evening about
something he ha«i forgotten, and so
overwhelmed me with loving protesta
tion* that 1 couldn't ta!k to him very
seriously."
• How sad I wonder if all men are
so afflicted. Mv husband is. Why, 1
remember one day lie arose from the
dinner table, and feeling a slight un
easiness in his eye-. began operations
upon them with hi- tooth pick, nearly
destroying his sight."
"How unfortunate."
"Yes, and one night 1 a-ked him to
replenish the fuel in the grate, and in
a lit of attraction he brought m a
hod of water and poured it on the fire
scalding himself and bringing ruin to
everything."
"U-o-h. how perfectly awful! But I
hadn't (■egun to tell vou the worst
about my husband. Why, it was only
a week alter oar marriage, while walk
ing down Woodward avenue arm fn
arm. he so far forgot him-elf as to im
agine he bail an extremely burden
some bundle under his arm, and
offered a newsboy a quarter to carry it
for him.
"'llut whar's yer bundle, misterr'
the little fellow inquired. And. will
you believe it, my lienedict deliber
ately handed m« overto ihesniall boy,
and I was so mortified "
Her voice was drowneil by the or
chestra.
CBOWIN6 IJKE A IKK.
A Monntaln Is Forming in the Kiv
er Bottom Near Indianapolis.
Indianapolis News.
The famous Alpine glacier an>i the
"Mer <ie (Jlaoe," or sea of ice. is said
hv- i'ruf. Forbes of Edinbnrgh t» utove
down the valley it fills, and protrudes
into the level below about 14 inches a
year. Indianapolis can show a phe
nomenon of much the same character
in external indications, but rather
qsik ker in its advance movement than
its Alpine congener. It tills the valley
between the Vincennes railway and
the old Muff bank of the river, and,
instead of ice, ik made of a-hesand old
barrels and rotten fruit and broken
boxes, empty cans, and old rags, and
the sweepings of finks and swill bar
rels. Its face fronts the river at a dis
tance of 200 yards now, but advances
!l) or 15 feet a year with as steady a
line as a veteran charges on a battery.
The dumps arc distributed so as to
make the till run evenly from one side
to the other. Thus it comes that our
unknown glacier of sewage slop and
dirtv wa-h bears a strong resemblance
to the famous one that tourists love to
"Wow" about and savants to speculate
on. From year to year it moves on,
tumbling its miscellaneous rubbish into
the mud and weeds of the river bot
tom and leaving a level surface behind
it that the city engineer could hardly
improve. A group of old shoes in one
place, a pile of barrel staves in another,
a clump of weeds here and there, di
versify this unl'ragrant plain, but none
the less it is going through the tran
sition state that will make it a high
and dry site for a considerable city ad
dition.' The face of it now, from near
the abandoned mouth of the trunk
*ewer to the railway, along the bluff
or old "high banks," is fully :>
thousand feet long, and it is about the
-.■ line distance from the face back to
the -tarting line near Merrill street.
The area is equal to that of three or
fonr city squares, and it covers the
whole siteof the old "graveyard pond,"
famous among the >t ioolf>ovs of fifty
years ago, and a considerable part of
the lon . sandy bottom between the
pood and the river at the Martinsville
road ford »or "old ford," a* it was
usually called— where the first public
trial of the now well-renowned Uatling
gun was made early in the war. Here
»as the shortest or sharpest bend on
the river, the highest banks and the
worst current, and here several drown
ing catastrophes occurred at one time
or another This sharp Itcnd is now
cut off an.i the old bed all mud-filled
and overgrown with weeds and wil
low~. So passes the "gloria mundi"
and the river glacier grows.
Maßiitrate (to prisoner)— You arc
charged, sir, with l>eatinit your wife
Prisoner—Ye<, a'nl I'.-e proud of
it. -a!i. Magistrate Proud of it?
Prisoner Kace. «:»h. she weighs 30
poun'a mo'n me. Epoch.
Paterfamilias Why, Ethel, you
don't mean to tell me that vou want
to marry that haldheaded Professor
Wiseman? Kthel It is true he is
li ild. hut think how many men
of to-day are bald on the inside of
their hc.iiN. Thr htm.
Robbie What maile you get lip and
leave churrh so slldden this morning,
mi' le. I'nelo tfroni
Why, the Masted luini-ter had the
ner\< to take his text from St. Paul. I
wasn't going to stay after that insult
to our town; no, sir.— Amrricn.
To the failure of congress to pass an
International • opyright law i« at
tributed the fact that l-orti Tennyson
diii not puhlish another volume of
poetry this fall The inactivity of o'ir
>tate«men has not lieen wholly with
out it- <Himt>en«alion«. after all.
.V ISot
8. BAXTER & GO.
Offlr f"nr tale in lot* to suit:
2(H) Sarin Early JLosf* Potatoes.
1000 Sacks Pe«rlefs Potatooa.
•M)U Sae.ka Burbuuk Potatoes.
I(H> Ton# Timothy Hair.
lOOTona Timothy and Clover Hay
100 To»« F.a« t»;n Washington
Wild Hay. Ml Tons Wheat.
2 Cars Br«u and Shorts, mixed.
20 ton Gronnd and Rolled "arlsy
Spokane Mil]< Extra Flonr.
Mills Extra Flonr.
ftOOO Sacks Choico
Oats.
1 . H l\-TRUi'TIoN !\ >oK
a k • *, i i ne. Plain
aud ortt»!:ier» f al i*enman*htp, and prac
Ucs' j uf »i«b branches
h i.'*- adm.t?e-l a: auy t;m* 1
I^a - ' and eTeuuif iravioßa !*rod for eiren
lar and *pr> uaen* of pen work, or eal! and
sae u* aooai il. 33 and M l 'ui«*n Hloek.
rrna! 91 mVW - " T 1 ° Vm%x w
I roMITO.Y
UNO COMMISSIONER Of
mm UNO co,
St.,oppiisitc Hrriden
lal Hotel. Seattle. W.T.
I.onvlie'stiiiinmt
11- WASHINaTON sTaEKf.
JOHN CORGI AT k CO . Propneuri.
"v ♦ < » -KK THE DIN
. ;' a . : now . x * tov - a4 * s
*;i : Uie u *1 wiu-. i win t»e kept e«.»o"
V > see ns aud
FOB FAMILY UIE
Snowfliike Flour
!■> tr« B£st. rar rr
iS.S.S,
SWIFTS spicinc
Is mtirriy a negetsMa cos
tataia; ao Kertrr. Potash. Anaaic. cr trth. r
pofanoons sntf ar. J.
EHifir; spicinc
II - ■ -ARED OF eases at -
raa or Cmutt of tike Skin, at cases
of r.TCTn-», Good Humors and Stin Disease
i.hiuiiwt« cI Umtasdi of cases of Scrof
ulx.Stooi Poisoa mml Blood Taint,
SW3TS SPECIFIC
Has refiervd Ihouttads of eases of Kerc.:
tizd Potsoolas. Rbettmaiisci aad St iff pro of
tike Joints.
CBATTA.XO.DA. Tfauu 2UBC V. 185£-Swift*s
Sorrlflc Ca, Atlanta. Oa.—Geeueewe: la Ui'
earij part of U*» pirat-itf j ear, a bad case of
Liooi ptAsmyn appeared opuo me. I bejaa
taking St S. S. under ad rice of another, an t
today I feet gnaily improri-d. I am «lli
taking the medicine an t shall continue to do
ao until lam perfectly weU. I believe It wLI
effect a perfect-core. Your* truly.
Doc. P. How«r,
1U Weat blxth St.
counoca, S. CL. Ja!y 7, tSSS- Th* Swift
Specific Atlanta. Oa.-Gentlemen r J w&i
a jsTeat safTerer from muscular rbeuuv tlsm
for two year*. I could get no permanent re
lief from any medicine prescribed by my
physiciaa. I over a dozen bottles of
your S. 8. S., rnd now I am a* well a* 1 ever
was In my lifft. lam sure your medlcir.o
cured me. and I would recommend It to any
one Kiificring from any blood disease. Yours
truly, - O. E. Hughes.
Conductor C. x G. LL P-
Waco, TrxAajMay ®. 3 Gentlemen : The
wife or ono or my customers wta terribly
afflicted with a 1 <oth9i<me skin disease, that
corere*l ber whole body. She was confined
to her bed for several years by this affliction,
and could not help herself at all. She could
not sleep from a violent ltchina and
of the skin. The disease baffled the skill of
the physicians who treated It. Her husban l
beean Anally rfvtnjc hi* wife Swift's Specific,
ana *he commenced to improve almost Im
mediately. and In a few weeks she was ap
parent It welL She is now a hearty flne
fookintf lady, with no trace of the affliction
Wt. Yours very truly, J. h. Seaks,
Wholesale Dru&rfst, Austin Avenue.
Trratiso cm Blood end Skin Diseases mailed
free. Thb 6*vtft Bream? Co., Drawer S,
Atlanta, Ga.; Sew York, 73G Broadway.
CAUTION
Beware of Fraud, ss my tame anil the
price arc stamped ou the bottom of all my
advertised shoes before leaving the factory,
which protect the wearers s.:ainst high
prices and inferior goods. If a dealer ofi'ers
W. 1- DOCGLA3 shoes at a reduced price,
or >ays he has them without my name and
price stamped on the bottom, put him
down as a fraud.
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE GENTLEMEN.
i Tne only calf S3 SEAMLESS Shoe,
; smooth inside. NO TACKS or WAX
| THREAD to hurt the feet, easy as hand
i sewed and WILL NOT KIP.
W. L. DOUGLAS «4 SHOE, the original
aud only hand-sewed welt $4 shoe. Equals
custom-made shoes costing from to
W. L. DOUGLAS »:t 59 POLICE SHOE.
Railroad Men aud Letter Carriers all wear
them. Smooth inside as a Ilaud-Sewed
shoe. No Tacks or Wax Threat! to hurt the
feet.
W. L. DOUGLAS 52.80 SII©E is uuex
; celled for heavy wear. Best Calf Shoe for
the price.
W. L. DOUGLAS •3.25 WORKING
MAN'S SHOE is the beat iu the world for
lough wear; one pair ought to wear a man
a year.
W. L. DOUGLAS S i SHOE FOR BOYS
is the best School Shoe in the world.
All made in Congress, Button and Lace.
If not sold by your dealer, write W. L.
DOUGLAS, BROCKTON. MASS.
TREES & iIIYMOM), Agints^w
MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK
Designated Depository and Financial
Agent of the
UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT.
Deals in foreigu and domestic exchanges.
Makes Telegraphic Transfer* and is
sues Littrrs or Ckidit.
General Bastiug Business Transacted.
SKATI'I ,K
SAFE DEPOSIT AND TRUST CO.
Faid-np Capital, SIOO,OOO
Pavs interest on saving* deposits.
Rents safes and deposit boxes
Receives goods on storage.
Makes mortgage loans.
FRKD W AKIJ. Manager,
SAVINGS OEPARrMEHT
Ci U ARA N TEE
LIU* *>» mist iUXt'A.IY,
Yesler-Leary Blook. Mill Street.
Opposite Commercial.
SEATTLE. - - WASH. TER.
Incorporated isi>7.)
IJICKIVK DEPOSITS IS ANY A MO I'NTS
It. ftmrs ou« il»*'.lar upwards, and allow in
terval flu'reon. Money loaned r.pon Im
prove ' farm and city real estate.
HOARD Of Dt&ECTOK*:
IJEIOH - J. H"NT fvcwideßt
!)£;. i. 1. MINOR VI. : Pri-fUdetit
Tow. B. i'OWVINtj Treawrer
OEOR'.K H HKi!.BRON mwut
JJAVIB N EAXTKH J. li. LOWMAS.
Washington Sayings Bank,
I aeo: under the Ti-Tritorial law*.
Kill S'.ree:, !%' Door to Postoffice.
Seattle. W T.
CAPITAL. - - ySO.(KK).
OFFUTEKS.
W. W. DEARBORN. frui.lvut
B. B. DKAHB»>RS. V. c-f*re«l«sen!
H. W. HI..GIN-- faster
A General Banking Baslaess Transacted.
Uraii. <)ra*u tm aU pert* of the world.
Interest paid oa and time deposits
A« « -'iiits of manufa*-mrvr*and
lndiriduais solicited.
The t«ank will tw open f«.>r tho tfautac-
Uon of busint*>- f r -»m 10 a. tn. to 3 p.m.,
•n 4 * > o • :.w t
Interest allowed from the third
day of every month.
Interest dividend days are Jan
uary Ist and July Ist.
I* p».«iu may be naade in rson or by
regjrtrred letter, mtioey «>rder ->r expreasL
s i i books mill be returned as re
qnested.
Mozier iuaned on rv*: f*ute at reasonable
rate*
TH - - KRCT2. HARRY KftCTZ,
Pr * dee'j aadTfeaa.
Loan \ Trust Gintpinv
(tSOOWO Ka Tli»,
A Ktuw
* *«d np apttai sc ouu
MORTGAGE LOANS
——O JJ
Improved Farias as 4 Citj Propenj.
LOWK-T IATIS-KO DELAY
BsaJtCV <»rnci —ll* M*K r ''t-ciiltLTil,
Bio*-* , «iina w f
trfcORGK I^OWLER.
Eanats Om<c»-2>T b oaiimKT, N : *
Vo l: Jih-a-» Buildlur. BoHoa.
»*-Tras timer— U- me Offlce, Wa la
" «ii«. * T ; Branch office* r«iki aad
►eauit-
lumtOA ™O^L| "• p v»2FS--««.
J. Ftrra Cashier.
PCGET SOUND NATIONAL BAM
Or SEATTLE.
OCCIUKNI'AL BLCXIK
BCT A.VD SKU. rOKEIGS AND BO
mectie exchange, transfer money by
telecrapb to any part ol the United State*
and fcurope. reeore deposit* of tjooey and
me pass books or eercfleatee therefor.
COEREaPOKPEVIS:
London, X. 31. EothschUJ & Sons
Paris. De Sothschild Treres.
Fraatfort. A. H . L Von Steiirer A Co.
Kew Tork, ajtrory of Bank of CaHformia.
Chicago, Com aereial National Bank.
Boston. Saffolk National Bank.
San Franelaoo. the Bank of California.
Portland, the Pint National Bank.
Dexter Hortonfc Co.,
BANKERS,
Incorporated ISB7.
CAPITAL, saoo,ooo.
Preaident W. & LADD
Vice rreaident A. A. Disst
Manager. J- P. Horr
Cashier B. F. Buses
CIGHT KXCHANGK AND TELEOKAPH-
O ie transfers on New York, ChieafO, et
I Paul. San Francisco. Portland and various
points in Washington. Oregoa and British
; Colombia.
Sight Bills of Exchange on London, avail
able elsewhere in Europe.
Collections made at all point* on favor
able terms.
Bonds, stocks and oihtr Tamable* receiv
ed on deposit for safe keeping.
THE
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF SEATTLE,
Seattle. Washington Territory.
Paid-up Capital, $150,000.
GEOBUK W. mums. J. UOODFKLLOW
President. (ashler.
General banking business transacted.
Sight and telegraphic exchange payable
j in all the principal cities of the United
; States and Knrope
THE GIIEAT
TRANSCONTINENTAL ROUTE.
Northern Pacific
RAILROAD.
TIA THE
Cascado Division, Nov Com
pleted. Making it the Short
est. Best and Quickest.
The Dining Car line. The Direct Konte.
No Delays. Fastest Trains. Lowest Kates
to Chicago and all points East. Tickets
sold to all prominent Points thntughout the
East and Southeast. Through Pullman
Drawing Room Sleeping Cars. Reserva
! tions can be secured in advance.
To East Boand Passengers:
Be careful and do not make a mistake,
but be sure to take the
Men Pacific Railroad,
Aud see that your ticket rpafls via. this
line, St. Paul or Minneapelis to avoid
ehauses and serious delays occasioned by
ether routes.
Through emigrant Sleeping Cars run on
regular express trains full length of the
line. Berths free. Lowest rates, quickest
time.
tieaeral Ulilre of the Company, Jo. 2 Wash
ington at., Portland, Oregon.
A. D. CHARLTON, Aw't Gen. Pass. A St.
So. 2 Washington St, Portland, Or.
W. B. SPENCER,
Ticket Agent, Seattle, Wharf.
A. CHILBERG,
Ticket Aircnt, Seattle.
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY.
THE THUE
TRANSCONTINENTAL ROUTE
BETWEEN
THE PACIFIC AND THE ATLANTIC
ITS I'ASSEXGER E, iPMENT IS THI
finest in the world, listing of Luxuri
ous Sleeping Care, havin drawing, Kinok
inf? aud bath rooms; Co fortable anrt
Clean Colonist Cars, with ce Sleeping
Berths for holders.of second ciass tickets
and the most modem style of day coaches
Its Dining Cars aud Hotels provide th»
best quality of food in unlimited quantity
at reasonable rates.
The Variety and Grandeur of Sccnerj
aloug its line is unequaled, and in the de
tails of track, train service, etc., nothing i*
omitted that can add to the Safety an.l
, Comfort of its patrons. All in all, it give*
the best and must - Hue of travel
whether for business or pleasure, betweer
Portland, Taooma, Seattle, Victoria and al
Pacific Coast Points. and Winnepeg, Min
ncs(>o!is, St. Paul, Chicago, St. Louis, Otta
wa, Toronto, Montreal, Boston. New York
and all Eastern Cities.
Through Tickets are Issued to all Priar Ipa
Points In the lalted States, Canada
and Europe at Lowest Kates.
For detailed information apply to the fo
lowing agents of the company:
C Ci. McCOKD,
♦» Washington St., Portland, Or
K. W. McGINN ESS. Seattle, W. T.
K. E. ELI.IS. Tacoma, W. T.
I>. E. BROWN,
District Freight and Passenger Agent,
Vancouver, B. C.
Correspondence respectfully solicited.
TO SAN FMICiSCO, CAL.
BY WAT OF Til*
Mien: Pacific Cowans'!
S
THE MT. SHASTA ROUTE.
Quicker in time than any other rente l>
tweeu
Seattle and San Francisco
LEAVE SEATTLE DAILY AT 4 P. M
ARRIVE IN SAN FRANCISCO, 7:40 A M
Thro a irk Time NrtpKirht Hoars.
The Grant flceuie route of the Pacific Coas
PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS
TourWt Sleeping Car*
Feu n of teeood el— pma
irrrs attached to exprtn trains.
Far ti< «•■?# «&,] other inforra*rl<m call 01
A CHILHERG,
Ticket Agvnt, Ht-atlle, W. T.
K. P. ROGER*.
A»*st. Freight and Pas*. A?* ui.
R. Kokklkr. Maus<tf.
PUGET SOUND SHORE RTR[
Time Table Taking Effect Sunday,
November 11, 1888
Leave. ArrlTe.
Southern and Eastern < _
Kxpres*.. ( - t.a.ra. 10 JOpm
Southern and Eastern* f Atv _ ro
s f- op.m. i _»a.m.
tVattia ami IV«»«•*- ,-
Freigte »«- »». 00p.m.
Southern sn«l Kantern mail carrie*
man sleeker*.
L A. XADEAU,
General Freight and Paw*ncer Agent
T. J. Milser, Man*ger
STEAMER CLiK t HHOU \
I EAVES YB»LKRs WHARF »0K TA
rooia. OiTßjila acd K:g -kooMum a! '
a. m. every Monday, Wednesday n) Frf
day.
Retoroinr. it-ay.« Big skookßn,
at 7a. ■ evtry T*«d*y.Tt!U-»,!ay «nd ««:I
urtiaT.
PDGET SOUNE ACADEMY,
CMpevlilt, tfkidby Isiißd. W. T.
Fall Term Begins September
27, (888.
Instruction Thorough.
Expenses Moderate.
F.me ehancea have been made iu tiie
eorpa of t«aphtr». A thoroughly eompe
t-nt mn*i, trarber haa beta •>-rar*-d, «od
i-'iftin: tim wiii «Lm be ftren in Paintic*
and Lira» :u*.
Tot further information addrtaa C. £
NEWBCK&Y,CoapeTiIie.V.T. tilfaifttii
0. K. & N. CO.'SI
STEAMERS.
TO TAnt EFFECT MOHBAT. HOT. 19.
STEAMEBS
rriu I-RAVE SEATTLE CITT DOCK !
»T for Tscoma daily, except Sunday, at
1:38 a. in., 11:30 a. m. and t- V. p. m.
* For Tacoiaa— Sundays at 1:30 a. m. and -I ,
p. m.
For Victoria— Paiiy. except SanJsT. at
130 a.m.
For Olyrapia—Daily, except Sunday, at
1:S0 a- re.
Touching at Intermediate points on all
nwtes,
Seattle, Whitcom 4 Semiafcmoo Route.
STEAMER CEO. E. STARR
Leaves Seattle at 930 p. m. Mondays.
Wednesdavs and Fridays. Arrives at What
com at 11 a. m. Tuesdays. Thursdays and
Saturdays. Ketttrning. k aves Whatcom at
lam. Tuesdays and Thursday*, and on
Sundavs at 7a. m. Arrives at Seattle at 2
a. m. Wednesdays and Fridays and on Sun
days about 9 p. m.
Leaves Whatcom for Seaiahmoo Satur
days at 1 p. m. Leaves Semiahrooo for
Whatcom Saturdays at 5 p. m., arriving at
Whatcom about 9 p. m
I NOTlCE—Steamer lands at all regular
landings except Oak Harbor, Laconncrand
Fidalgo.
11. S. Mail Steamer Hassaio
Leaves Seattle for Whatcom and all way
landings Sundays, Tuesdays and Thurs
day ?atllp. m. Arrive* at Whatcom Mon
days, Weduesdavs and Fridays at 5 p. m.
Returning, leaves Whatcom same days at
tt-JO p. m.. arriving at Seattle Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays at i p. m.
W. H. HOLCOMB, Geni. Manager.
C. W. JOHXSON, Superintendent.
A. L. MAXWELL,
Gent Pass, and Ticket Agent
J. K. POLXXY, Local Ageat,
City Dock.
Pacific Coast Steamship Co,
One of the
ELEGANT A 1 IRON STEAMSHIPS
Of this company will leave Ocean Dock,
Seattle, every /riday at 6 o'clock p. m.
(I'assoDgers received on board at 5 p. m.)
For Port Townsend, Victoria
AND SAN FRANCISCO.
: Qn»*en of the Pacific Nov. «.
; Umatilla Nov. Hi, 30. Dec. 14, 28.
Walla Walla Kov. a. Dec. 7, 21, Jan. 4.
Returning, steamers have San Fran< ;«'o
every Friday at 9 o'clix'k a. m.
FOR ALASKA.
Steamers leave a.- above fortnightly for
Wrangel, Juneau. Sitka and other Alaskan
ports.
Idaho Nov. 7, Dec. S, 81.
Ancon Nov. 19, Dec. 17, Jan. 14.
FOR FREIGHT OR PASSAGE APPLY TO TUE
COLUMBIA £ I'CGET SOUND It. R. CO.
W. B. SPENCER, Agent.
II McLEI.LAN,
. Pnget Sound Sunt. I*. C. S. 3. Co. Seattle.
Washington Steamboat Transpor
tation Company.
CARRYING THE U. S.MATI.
WINTER ARRANGEMENT
SEATTLE-PORT TOWNSEND ROUTE.
OTEAMER EDITH WILI RUN DAILY
O between Seattle and Pott Townaend,
leaving Seattle at 10:30 p. m., toucbiiiK at
Port Madison, Port Gamble and Pott Lud
low. Returning—Leave Port Townsend
daily (except Sunday) at 9:30 a. m.
SEATTLE-WHATCOB ROUTE.
Steamer Eliza Anderson leaves Seattle
Sut.ilay, Tuesday and Thursday at 9 p. m ,
touching at Clinton, CoapeviUe, I'tsalaily,
Deception, Anacortes, Guemcs, Samish, j
Hlanehard, Kairhaveu, Bellingham and Be
horae. Returning—Leaves Whatcom Mou
days, Wednesdays aud Fridays at 7 p. m.
SEATTLE-LA CONNER ROUTE.
Steamer City of Qniney leaves Seattle for
La Conner Tuesday. Thursday and Satur
day at 7a. *l.. touching at way ports. He
turning alternate days.
For freight and pasnape apply at compa
ny's office on Y ester's Wharf.
GEO. S. JACOBS, Secretary.
Seattle, Lake Shore & Eastern Ry.
CHANGE OF TIME.
ON AND AFTER SUNDAY. OCTOBER
28, lt*#S, trains will depart from and.
arrive at Seattle as follow:
Leave. Arrive.
D fuf nd ( B 7-».™ » «:«P»
Dd i "
Suburban traU»«,l
VSSFSFSSZ B »*»- » s :««"»■
Wash, at Yesler. J
A 4 *O,. in A 9:l3am
"A" daily. "B" daily except Sunday.
W. J. JENNINGS,
(ffi. K. and P. Agent.
FLEETWOOD
LAID UP.
Winter Time Table j
WILL BE GIVEN
In a Few Days.
PA< IFiri\\l(i\Tlo\ (OMPAW
THE STEAMER
Skagit Chief
I EAVES HARRINGTON A SMITH'S
I . wharf for San Juan Island*. touchlßK
at Clinton, t'tsalailv, t>tanwood, LflCon&er, |
Friday Harbor ana Kacbe liarbcr evirv ;
Suu iay and Thufday.
For Ireiilit or r»t«s apply on Doard steam
er, or to HARRINGTON & SMITH, Aeenta. '
HKXKV HAIIHY. Ma-t.r
Canaaiaß Pacific Naviaation Ct
LI KITES. 1
STEAMER
1* It E M I E II
BOUND SOUTH.
• LEAVE ARRIVE
VuM-oaver. Mondav Towrwnd, 1 h lrsda
4 Thursday Upm A Mondav .. »j p i
Towuwnd, Monday Sattlt*., Friday anC
AThuraday 11 p m Tieaday .'.'-GO aw
Seattle, Tuesday and laroma, Friday ani"
Friday nan Tuesday 10am
BOUND NORTH.
LEAVE . AKHIVT
Taroma. Tuesday A battle. Tuesday and
Friday 2 3Cpm Friday 4:30 pm
Seattle. Wednesday Toanmj'i, Mt'lcacy
4 Saturday tarn A Saturday .;> 00 a m
rown«end. Wedu'adv Vancouver Wednes-
A Saturday 10 am day A Satdy ,V3O j. ra
DAYS OF DEPARTURE FROM SEATTLE
Wednesday* and Saturdavs.
BAYB OF ARRIVAL AT SEATTLE
Tuesday* and Fnil*...
JOHN A. O'BRIEN, Master.
F. J. OHI'RCH Agent *t Seattle
JOB* Uvtxe, Maatrr. 0. P. S. Co. IA.
COLUMBIA i PUGET SOUND
RAILROAD.
Time Table,"Taking Effect
Sunday, May 27, 1888.
Trains arrive and leave eeattle aa !■>
iowt:
* Leave. Arrive.
Ne»ra»tie and way _
stations(mixed).. ( > io p. » . ap.ss
Frankiin and way iu < 7-gOa. tn. j-JO p. id
«ation«* . I 3;o p. m.UTOp. no
"foal.
T. J. MILNEH tapeiitit^ndeat,
mm mnw.
THE STEAMER
Henry Bailey
I HAVES YE.-I.EK WHARF FOE TCLA
1 . l:p, stanwuod. Ml Vernon. .-U-ri:e:i
and lute: mediate point» every p»tnrdav
and Weaneaday.
For freight or rate*applyoa board tt«aus i
er or to (»eo. H. Foster, ae^nt.
8. T. DENNY. Maaier.
WM. H. HUGHES
Printing Compa ny,
SEATTLE. W. T.
All kind* of book and J»b work | COirSBIA STREET.
a specialty. I Opposite Engine House No.
TOURNAY" SEMI PORCELAIN
UNDER THE GLAZE)
A NEW PATTERN OF
©emi-Por celai n*
FOE SALE BY THE DOZES, PIECE OR SET, BY
353". Otiil"b©rg & Son, rattd 1 .
713 Mild 715 FRONT ST.
J. SOI iHAM,
STOVES AND TINWARE.
COMMERCIAL STREET, SEATTLE.
Call before buying Rood* in that line.
ARMSTRONG CO.f
Livery Hack and Sale Stable; Managers of Sesttlt
Transfer Company.
i-tr»t-« la*n Turnout*. Order* filled at any honr daj >r ulght.
Telephone 41. . Office corner Main and second street*
Pharmacy Hall'
Northeast Corner Second 3rd Columbia Streets,
SEATTLE. - - - W . r r.
OP THE REST
You can boy the most of, for the leas, money, at
O. W. Lynch tS: Go's,
117 Commercial Street, Seattle,
MORAN BROS.,
Iron Fouudeits and Machinists,
AND DEALERS IN
Mill anil Steamboat Engineers'supplies, Irou, Brans and Copper Pipe and PlttK.gs.
Steam and Water Brass Goods; Machine Bolt*; Cop Set and La* Screws; Meam and
Hand Pumps; Hose Parking and Waste: Cylinder and other Lubricating Oils; Steam
heating for public and private buildings.
We hare the most complete pipe cutting and threading machinery north of San
Francisco. Laud and marine engines, and all kinds of machinery built and re
paired. We have on hand and for sale low, second-hand engines and boilers.
IV Mill street, corner Railroad avenue. Piwtofflce box
rOK INFANTS AND CHILDREN.
- im N9O ««'J *-Sai>HJ to rMMri* I Castoria jotm foh>-, ConitiprtMU,
j , ; » j* a* superior to any pre- I Sour Stomach, DiarriiC*a. KnutotiiO,
vrn-u -i- •'» m"•* " I Ktlli WdlBU, give* MklpiMMltfl
H. A. Aitrnßft, M. D. I lion.
hiS> Oxford . Brooklyn. HY I Without injurious mcaitttioa.
lH* CBStAUft COMPA2IT IS2 SUItOO 8U«» fl> f
Oolkiett <& IMloOetll"u.rri,
Successors lo Peterson ltros.. Importers ami Dealers' in
G ROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Orders by \lail Solicited.
814 FRONT STREET. ' P. O. BOX 114.
THOMAS Q-OWEN
Consulting Mechanical Engineer and Surveyor.
1)1,AN3 AND SPECIFIC ATIONri OFBTKAMH<'ATS. STEAM ENGINES. BOILERS AKD
I all kiudsof raedumicil structure*. Work superintended when unaer confirm til.
BIMB engines indicated and alterations aivi«ed upon the vi< r,. u { fuelof"
development of premier power. Steamboats, ship* and all kinds of machinery U>?if ht
and sold on commission. Whoever mav be going into new enterprise or alteration*
would find It to their iuterest to consult with nlm before entering upon It Room
2A, Butler s Bl«>ck. Seattle jvl2tf
WASHINGTON IRON WORKS E
Foundry. Machine and Boiler Shops,
Corner Second, Jackson and Third streets, Seattle.
J. M. I KINK, Superlntvudeut*
IOWMAN & HANFOBD 8. P. CO..
OLE AGENTS (Oft
tout Hamlin |yp®| A IWIH» PACKARD
ORGANS, UIiMSSs ORGANS,
nd other first «!a»* Piauos, dealers in Musical Instruments, corner Front and Cherry.
COAL
ITHK I'EfrPLK OF SEATTLE ARE XO
-1 tilled tha* hereafter a full supply of
the celebrated
GILMAN COAL
r>e kept on hand at the retail
depot,
Cor. Mill Street and Railroad Avenue
Order* by telephone promptly filled. Tel
ephone So. ai.
J
OrczoH liuproiewit < oinpan\,
SAW MILL,
Dealer* in and manufacturers of ail kind*
of Rough and Drmed Lumber. Lath.
Pickets, Fusts, Hhingles, etc.,
FOOT OF SECOND ST., SEATTLE. W T
We leave to announce to the pub
lic that we are now in the incal mar
ket with a fnll stock of thoroughly rtr> and
seasoned iumiier. I<arge quantities of
(Soorißg, rustic and dressed lumber con
stantly on hand, insnring prompt delivery.
Estimales furnished on shortest possible
notice. Call and s«e our facilities.
MONEY TO LOAN OS BOBTGAGES.
HOUSES TO RENT
< >lllco to tivni
la the BOSTON BLOCK and the
COLONIAL BLOCK.
Well located acre property for
«ale cheap, close to KIRK
LAND ud at WEST
SEATTLE.
w* V""
. • >«yal Hotel.
(lbs. Lui
THE GROCER,
1412 to 1418. - - Front StrMt.
Make' ■ npifialty of keeping the arf««t
and freabeat atock of choice
Groceries aid ProTisioas
In ;hecitjr, mud u tit- buy, la far
irreater qoutitiei (liar any other
Kot-er in fear*!-, he ».,;■< Iu and I*
stable t. - nil or<l.-rs. * *;brr !ar*e
or amall. You will flml l at on ae
count of hla Immense trade hla
whole atock is kept freah aud
clean, and that h< is a> e ti.*ive
yon better prices than any other
honse In the city. Also < urer and
packer of the
1888
BRAND Of
Eastern Corn-fed. SaKar-carti
Uncovered Han* and Baoott,
Which heaeiia rtfht (nah from his
*in«»ke hou»«', by the singb pie<*»
crate, ton or carload, *ole
I for HALL II AVIS'
DUNGENESS BUTTEB
Oharles Loiicfcu
FHONT AND UNION.
AO VICE TO XOTHKBH.
Mrs. Wiuaiow'a noothin* Byrup, fi.r chil
dren teething, is the preacrinti'>n of onecu
! the beat female uarse, ami physician* !■
I the L'nltcd b'atea, and haa been n«ed **
! fort» years Willi neter-faliliiK >u«a W
million# oi mother* for their children.
During tlw proceaa of teeth In* Ita
• Incalculable. It r»lie*ea 111* child fro*
r.ain, care* dysentery and disrrhiea, FVT
;n* In the t*>wal# and wind colic. BjrglT
in* health t« th, child it reata tbajoo; jtr
Price 23c a bottle. ear-"-'«'fW

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