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WASHINGTON NEWS
Belli ngham Bay Prejm&nt
with Great Enterprises.
IPIIIW AT BIXKMBCIUtfI.
A lie*'* Sfall Tlw
Debt
F«M
WHATCOM,!* <rr. U.-A are*; ra*ajr pcepie,
both in Behom* U'ot
cbAnfiDf l&€ r.«mi of Wh*l*om «od
Br home to "Brliiufham,' mil tbnr of th«
iown« rfl'Anlnz ooc Anoth*-/ front
ing on th« bmy, tlx: Wi^iro zc. fe
hom i J ftix! BcHittftuim, to be iacor
portM au» oae rity under ia am
plt charter to be oiAAio&i from the first
legi«i«lure wbea •ratebood a rtire. It
(a arrtttfct tbait ooe latffe elt/ will b« MB
on BeiJingbam b«y, Imm the pro)ecU on
foot mad ta prut per t.
Mmay new T/niidUiiri are BOW ia courmof
erection In Wbrtwmi indftehome, tad coo-,
trau u for the eooctraetioa of '<o bare tjeeu
Curing the pwt 30 dayi.
Next week Mr. Cornwall"! coin pan 7 wIJ3
•4Tertl*e ior h;df for the ereetlon of the
new eawatlU at Sehonie, nea.- the old coal
bunker* Ibe mill will be of capacity
large tsovgfe to cat 10.0U0 per hoar or 240.
(ft> per day of M bonn. oa their own
lan.; thl* company hare c«n«lderable tim
ber. end b«>th nifa» of their new railroad
are lined with fine fir Thl» large anil, of
courw, actttl fkipneot trr »ca to foreign
portai, tbe employment of labor end pra
peri ly generally for our bay.
Tbe new Seattle A Northern Railroad to
Strike fMilngham bay la a conundrum lo
onr people, far aa we can enumerate,
not fe*« than a dozen raiiroada ba*e beet
Incorporated to bnlld to or from tbia plawe.
Only three. bowe?er. are now actively
baiiding. The px>rlngtime may »pMOt thr
oibera.
WUmtr'txa reml eatate men are organizing
eree!*-«rete exrhange. A utreetcar line
around tbe bay, pfank r«#ad«, new water
worki nud many improvement* are coin
iair to the ■nrface.
M *rf. f»ellinger L Milla are building a
oew Kbingie mill at Whatcom.
Col. nbeafe and SenaUor Canfldd ere
ber - They advertise in the krrtiUf Ihia
w**«-k f >r bid* to ulauh out five miiea of the
right of war of the lieliinghem Bey A
Weatminater Railroad, iieginning at Whar
o»m and runnint; northward. The rail
roe J will crnnt the Nookaabrk river at tbe
town of Ferndale and croawthe boui<>ff
line miiea eaat of Blaine. Tbi* in
the beat an 1 moat direct route, the man
ageri aa/.
Conaiderahie excitement ba» been cre
ated by Hie ieaae of our acbool land by the
commiftaioner*. Home bare leased the
land for uae and other* for speculation,
bopins tbat wb»*u the atete anall be ad
mltt«-d they may hare some advantage or
Srlonly of right of purchase at a nominal
gure. It IK • oytended by aome that
enough sch<a>l land boilers will pool to
control Jegiaiation in ftror of thoae who
hold lea.nrs <>:j aeetioas If. and 96 through
out the territory. Itiaalaoaaid that «yn
filraf -x and laaii grabbing orgauizations
tlironghout the territory era leasing even*
school aection powihle with this object in
Tiew
Joim France aud others have planted
oyvta rs in oar water front orer twenty
aw?rea. Tber are probably law
salt only.
BtXBNftBUBOH BTBWH.
llfniAiid fur Itoalyn i oal Uig
freight llu«lne*M -Ileal Katale.
ELi.BNaariUiii, Nov. 24.—The Norfheru
ra«:i Coal Conptof ar«- eoalemplatinf
running the mine* at Koalyn night and
day, also Rumlays, to enable them to catch
up, they being far behind on orders, and
not being able to supplv their own nauta
Private |>arties are able to get but little
coal
Tb« steamer on her last trip to the C*on
couuliy mines carried about 70 000 |M«nud*
of frtejjht. also A> passengers. Notwith
standing the lateties* of the aeitson. about
ponnda of freight is in tbe ware
hotiaea here for the mines, tbe eompany
beitn: ntiahh* t«> seeure enough teams to
get It to the boat.
K< al eatete has been moving lively this
week, several iaprrtent transfers of bus!
yeas property heintr made to Kastern
parties at prices ranging from 150 to S*JOU
a front foot.
HALI.A WAI.I. A NOTKH.
Oflirs-Mrskera In Itleh Abundance—
Wheal al 77 Onta.
WALLA WALLA, NOV VH— HON. John It.
Allea's mail has reached enormous propor
tions. chiefly from candidates for office
under the new administration There are
enough applicants here alone to rtll every
offlee iu the territory.
An in vesication has been ordered from
Wauibiugtoa into Lieut. Kiugnbtry's man
age me m of the tM»al niiartermastership of
Tort Watla Walla. Major Sumeur is iu
Vestigatiug.
This evening Bruce Crawford, a carpen
ter working at the garriaou, fell from a
scaffolding, badly spraiuing his ankle aud
wounding hia riuht thigh
The Blye murder trial begin* Tuesday.
Max BaumeUter i- the latest caudnlatt*
for the |Mj»iittfi. e H. ti. Parks is meu
Boned for district elerk.
The engagement is anuounned of I.ietit.
P. I) l. M'hndge anl Mis«» rarlotta Hawolle,
daughter of Capi Uawolle of the >eeon»l
Cavalry, station*d here
The Kdoctrlc Light Conptay hMordered
another dwmu>i». The city has con
tra ted for .-to new street Tight*
ftevooty aoven centa wa« paid for r >o.o»io
bushels of wtoot thia morulmt by the
Northern Pacific Ktevitor('otnptn)
Cut l>«Tld ri, mien In, lately appointed
eoloDvl o( the Heco nd cavalry. i* efptCtod
hfri' dally t«i RMumn c^nman<l.
The oniiratnM>|x of Fort Walla w alia. In
full uniform. pu-ailed Main »trect this
ftftcniooß, ri < ..mmatxl of < ol «.reon.
All tbe bust n *% ciitcrpriiMi of till' late
Richa'd Kelliug will be c*»ntiuued under
the managr>net t of hi* son l!« nr\ A» • r
fPO.OUO of r« a! estate changed hands thi*
«e«'k
TAIO* \ MWR.
Th«« l»rht l.luitt llracti»<l Justice
Vwtrr Kfirtrd.
Nov.-I —There wa* a
of the finance committee of the r»iD< ll
thin afternoon to loofc over th*» «* •« mntsof
the city, with a tlrw of providing atmlnst
running the city over the
Umli I'ndrr the la* |70.0u0 is the highest
point to which the debt may mo 1* )i «i
pnin'nJ and the committee think*
the limit Hill br eaaiiy rr ached before »h«
Close of the Im h! j car The contemplated
■owe rage ayalem, the expenditure of si:t.
OOQon tbe Home welt police irttfm, th«*
f .fk*) for additional bums in th»* bay. and
the several thousand dollar* to le devoted
to i a proving the fire department par
chasiug two new hcarta to be drawn bv
bMWI together with ho*eand other equip
mr'-t, be<o<iet the eMrir system of a im*,
will. It u thought, round op tha fTo.Oiv ol
deb'
The r niml'l e a!« - L»okrd after th»
matter of the eity warrant*, taklne m«*a*
tin'* to keep them In gv»od *tauding a; par
jrwrui TO ar at ten <H T
Councilman Caughrou and City Attorney
Carroll bad a talt ib* afternoon reta*«vc
to the Matter of the pol. .> • ourt and who
ahould hold It. Cnughfon atated that ?he
police committee ha t dtaignated the c iv
jail a* the police jostle* ooort of the See
c*nd ward, « i tha? an> other )n*tlce
holding in that c.»an waasjmph o it of hi*
balliwb k ami w thout am horltv
Any }i)dtsi<i)ts that Jmtiif Center might
render, said City A'toruev tar roil, wond j
be void. They were both of tba opinion tha? 1
Jut*.ice law renet had not obovu the proper j
►pint He was delegated to hold court. j
and s dd hat* held St ti»tc*.t . t gieuw
way to Jnvi.. whft, be
no X ie Jndgnx ntsalreauy ren
dervd by Ju*tic* S- oter arv >.h»i goot! Jnw
what a< Hon they *'>* ! take if Ju*' >
law ren« en fr.v *to hold xw- «-ou r t, t
do not say. Mr t'attfhr»n. how
e*cr, v'.ated that he *
r«ad the rol a to M»-f of |\>l
Ttkompton for taking ?h»- prt«.-•••
before Jnslire .—%**♦« r aft* r hating
beeu iwtm t»«l tb«t Ju»«lcv U«m*o
wa« '.u if t;»e |v v ofl\«**•?»
would qv( f*w r ! !«• «e lawn-ttcv »*id
Mr. t'aojghr:,; i a*M ui« »h«>Oi.lha«r
aimpiv •i. i.fl,- '. the j- c-»iamittor. and
we v* u!d have » *-d putt;rt«
then- who -I \% «• bring thJ*
•*?n nf tbmn t a vf,- ; > und ff'w? quickly.
a« tt i* a long time tt Marcr», when
the ether Jo»v.ei > *•!, r•. - .
rORT towvst N|» \rtt S.
i'ouwelt Merlin® T*r«ljr Portland
rwktew r»r*< ■•!«
roa>>*st\ Nov ;t \i i \
»n« of the cit* owwU : *«t evening tt w a«
derided to accept the U»nd« ixfTervd by
i*.-t*.for the . * ; cof »** -- -
Mr MoDouiraM *t 1 n*-'k v« . l -*r .
gnu »H»it llonda* a- t w . tv r> - - •
thrv'Uih »u a* xv*+\ ttw •« S «V TV
committee oo Mreet *»« *«ih*K!* 1
to contract with the eWetrirUfht«»«|ain
for two V.tn on the lu i ami , in re «'?i
the fa action will »t-
Snf ia:<4 b> thr rr*»-leu<» of the hti'. as
ereU'Je.ro the* have been obii«*-l b» trei
to thetr laotern* ft>r iUvainatioa lor*
gard !>• the on Vt*vr • *v-et M* m
lVat;ai! further »aid that all the art. '»»*♦
amwr) fee tk« work wo«2d be
fa ton.
TOO UTV.
F»S™ OSMT 6ri«a. of Portiand, mi
rtv»4 bet* r««wri»j »«rma» with t«
ail rt—rv twpan lor thr mora M Mr*.
Jareta am «!»» chmfff «f rmftestoaest.
H# w« very »»<-& »sr*ei«rf wheo he
fooadt&at ii* fc»4 b*«u»;*a»»«l Oeeaaae
no ma wet* k**h-o«ta» awlbortxia*
tit MNB.II Tbe *MHO was very t»-
tefma: at brr trw:. bmx iiwwedialejy
upoa It: reieaae proceeded to Victoria.
Mr. Grtfta rHarsrrt to Portland to-day.
( apt Carroll of the Aattm ta ia tow a.
J. r. Mclatrr- mim*4 To-day frona Seal
tie. _ ,
E. Henatbober aad wife wld aooo ie«ve
of Pr'.hial Intend giving a
grand tnft oa the evening of December 7.
T*e oarnet haad wO! give a axial hop oa
W«lo<*iaT et«c,»o* next, at Red ilea *
ball
The O W L S. gare another of their de
'lghtfa: tnierta'.niaeau last evening at t*e
reauleaee of the MUee« Brooii.
A. W Ba»h has returned from Ueaitw.
sHtmse.
Capt Harden, who has been encaged la
the saipplac bw«inew here for the past two
years. I«am to-dajr a* chief officer of the
bark Kosita, for Valparaiso.
Arrived—Bark lim. Bo»tex. ' .eared—
StcuaaMp Walla WaKa.
liILOKS' (iKIEtA>CCI
A Talk With Agent HrLarea of the
Seaman's I'uloa.
There are two sides to the Port Towa
•end habeas corptu case which come* up
for hearing before Chief Justice Boyle
next Tuesday, aa's as one side has been
pablished the other is herewith fi*en.
Agent McLaren, of the < oast 'Seamen's
aaton, stationed here, says:
Tbe trouble lsallabont a sal or Darned
Carl Jackson, who formerly beloosed to
the anion. It was last May that it occur
red The SStimatra was here, and tbe cap
tain asked me If 1 roulri get him a crew of
Ki-u. I told him I nmld if he would take
union m>-n and pay anion waxes He
agreed to d» that so I furnished a crew for
th» ran Afterward the report came that
tbe captain was trying U> " foul" his
men, by getting them to load his
•hip with them at *«J per month, intend
l ii K to let them X" afterwards, and to put on
other men. It wa< said that the captain
ha l riven himself away, by telling this to
some on*-, who be supp<7*ed wouldn't let it
ro any farther, bnt the thing was brought
to ray ears. I was new here then, and 1
to!d the in•• u to < ( uit work until the captain
signed a proper arreement. You see I
wanted to bare him down In in black and
white. Weil, the men ijUit. Then the
'aptaln carae to tne and wanted
to know what was the mat
ter. I told him lie said he would
take tbe men and pay them union,
wages, if they would sign the ship owners'
agreement. 1 told him that not a
noion man should do that, for tbe laws of
the I'nlted -*s'«-s wre gfxid enouxh for us,
and we weren't Koin? to sign any other
kind of au agreement hut what the laws of
the country hail provided for ns.
Yon see the ship-owners* agreement
allows tbe men to be paid off everywhere,
bat It doesn't let the meu leave the ship
aay place, and that Is altogether too ona
sidetl. Again, accerdiux to the ship
owners agrwmeutt if a man got sick, they
could leave him on any beach, there to die,
may t>- and wouldn't have to fake lilta to
any hospital.
The captain said he would have the
*gr««'ment altered any way 1 wanted It.
and I could bave any clanse 1 liked Insert
ed. 1 objected to tbat because writing
**dou'tgo. Nothing but print goes. Well,
I thought over the matter aud told the m»'ti
to go ba *k to work aad get their t-40, think
ing that 940 was tx-tter than nothing, any
wav. They did so and got tbeir pay 1
wouldn't furnish another crew until the
captain would do what was right, so he
went lo work shimiing non union men in
Port Tow nsotul. There arc a lot of those
deep water boaniiug masters and sa
looti men up there, and they get
hold of a fellow and say. '"Come aud
bave a drink." and the first thing you
know, he is tilled full of l>ad whisky, aud
aboard the snip, signed to any kind of an 1
agreement. Tnert's none of that done in
(■H-attle. I tell jou. Here a man gets fair
play. It is the best place on the coast for
giving seamen tair play. Well, it was
then that Ed. olseu, the agent at port
Townsend, telegraphed me thai Itoths
child, the slilp owner, wa« shipping men
for 140 for the run. No union meu would!
vo on her, but this fellow, Jackson, who,
was a union uiau at the time, was made
drunk. and was Induced to
sign on the Sumatra. As soon it* :
Olsen heard of it, he went sboard |
and t«"k Jackson off the ship, and told j
sheriff Sbeehan to take care of him until he i
got sober lie took Jackson s union book ;
away from him. Rothschild's man Jones, I
aud the captain were there, and Jones 1
pulled a revolver, but Olsen got Jacksou
away ail tbe same. The crowd of union ;
men which was around there very foolish
-1 v cheered liim because he was taking ■
Jackson off the ship, aad then Kotbchild
bad olsen and the men who set up the
hurrah, arrested for rioting, -omehow or i
other the captain got hold of
Jackson lu the night and took
him aboaril again. The raeu were
arrested Ma* y>. That was all the rioting
there was to It, yet Judge Van Bokkeeln
bound tbe men over In t:WO bonds each,
and put Jones under 1230 bonds only.
Roth "child. Van Itokkelcu, and a f» w men
have It all their own way in Port Town
•end. fudge Van Bokkelen told me after
ward, tbat tbc meu would be discharge*].:
1 asked him what he committed them for,
then. I told him that Port Townsend
would suffer for it. that It would be very ■
ea«y for the men to come on to Seattle
whrn thfjr were paid off, and Seattle would
thus gel the beu<-flt of their money.
How is it. I a«k**d him. that while there
arc oulv -SJ or 4o seamen In Port Townsend
tberf »a« a riot, ami yet lit -cattle, where
there are fsK) men, there is never any riot
ing' ltlssimt>l> because they don't ret a
fair show in Port Town«end, and they do
here. Now. what I've told you is all there
Is lo the whole case. I've got Jackson
here for a wltni»« now, and I'm pretty
sure the men will be discharged by Judge
Boyle.
HLIUIIT COLLISION.
Thw North rarlftr llun* Into a
Hhl|» Near Taeoma
The pa»*.'ngrr« ab- ard the North Pacific
were rather unpleasantly nhakea up yester
day morning when the *t« amer wa« Hear
ing the wharf at Taet»me. *he left battle
aU.nt 1 10 in a very thick f-»g. and when
■he arr.\ed in the Taroma harbor about
two hour* later the fog was otill with her
Tha i*ark «'slumbia was anchored near the
North Paeif.c wbarf I ut did not tound her
bells, and the fog beiur ►o dense, it was
Irnposalblo to are her lights The North
Part fie had slackened to half speed after
passing Brown's polut. and went up the
harbor towanl the wharf under a
«.ow U-II Cap? ~*on wa« on
a careful ut iu the idiot house, a?: 4
I offlcrr l>t*on w*i on deek Hef»>re
any on« had time to think, mneh less v«v
• Jack Kobi;j»>n. ' th«« N. -th Pacific had
r.«n Into the t olumbla. striking her on the
starboard l*>w m little abaft the stem The
engines of tbe steamer were immediately
revered, and save tha* her promenade
<l< ck on the port aide, a* far a* the gang
way. was stone In. that was ail there uas
to the collision The b'orth Pa> iflc was not
n . tpsd beK>w the guards The Columbia
<ltd not suffer anv damage ar all. but ber
• sprain growled lUsti'v H« .« ss promptly
Informed that it was his own fault for not
having anv u>.:% ringing. The N.-rth Pari
?.<• made ber trip. a» naual. this morning.
< LIT Kl ll NOTIT KS.
-
i .*Sca!:dinavian Tiaptij»t Church, Fourth
•trtHt. Utween Pine a:id Mlive. Rev. K
Neisou, pnstor Preaching at ll a m and
?M p m Young people's uo cting «very
*aaday aftemooo at 3 s» o'elo. k
at the Christian Chnreb oa Sen
realtiwt between Third and Fourth, at 11
« m. and 7pm. Sunday *. ho.»l at 10 a m ,
and v< uug people sm> e?:ng a* p m to
day. Pra>*r meeting w dneaday at 7 ,k) p
»»t T«a hera meetttifi Friday at 7 JO p m
R H M >*-, t>a*tor
There wiil be *erv|,> < f«> ,i*y at the First
M E rhurch. eorner of Th'nl and Marion
%• ve*a a* f *.! •*• \t 11 oVU*'k the *nb
ct will b» ••Burden* In the evening
t- 1 e tailor , • preach fr*>m the rst verse
of th«* Firs? Paalra Th* usual class meeting
| wtll be h'dd fn»m !i» t.» II a m Sunday
I »e' v.i from ji> t,» i Young people's
: t;-.4« from :• •«.» to * *0 in tha evening
k are cord ally iuvitod to attend ail of
i these services S'rangvrt »p*Nialsv I netted
. and we let mud Rev l> |> CampVtell. pas
| tor
! I altariau s» rvn>e a£ Pythian hall. Frye's
«»prra h« u« 11 a jr. >. rrnoa bv Re*
K.ruest Mwlih Sun'ta* s<*hi*>J at 12 15 m
i PivmoHtht'ongreeati.r.al
•tr»*rt, n a-i '. V!i.-.-a. Rev
I Henry L. Hates, pastor—-Preoebiog a'll a
m. and 7pm fitni do ■ boa *' ..
' > oung peopU s vui tine a' ; r m -perial
| sersieea th;a week, oegovcing to
■ «K*m>* t ventng a * o'cVt *txaugert
. cvKdiaUy areleome.
Colon Tbanksg! ving s»"n ices next T':-U*a
day at 11 a m at Pl* month e* : i ma 1
i*hur> A h »»u Se fad street, and a: thr ••• d
| Pf>*sbytertan Cbureb iu North Seattle. A
' vorvtial InvitnU >n is given to all,
«»erman M Y <terr at. the - andt
•at an M E < hofeb on Fifth strert. K-.
'*r* ur .. «»a and P.k« a: p ra a l-
K** fickf, *
Trinity Parish. K> t Oioy Herbret Was
so. roetor « Nutlj. *\& Hitri i, op
j». vtf e««ort b- ;se u> ia* s booi. 10 a
n> |U*toe arr*:rrat UIS g m and 7 C
< hat*» 4>i the *-od Shrpherd Misal-
«n».d a*»d R'.a 1 hanl »tnet« -?mnday
SEATTLE POST-INTELLIGENCER SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 25, ittetf.
TBI rXDIMROI-XD EITBL
fnfim of lh« Eictntln %• D«-
t«rafM ■ M«Mnl rkM«mw la
s«tk Carol IM.
speeW to Chart—too Sew* «a4C«orler.
The r*c»tiy reported di<OTenr br
the Byer« Brc*. of a c*re or under
ground rirer on tbeir Uod. near Whit
taker's mountain, a: Black'", at
tracted the attention of a party of gen
tlemen who chancwd to meet at Char
lotte. They determined to investigate
the matter, and hare *nnk a »haft
about 50 feet. Until this morning
nothing particular was notSced, ex
cept that it wai perfectly dry. while
'*) feet sway a well 40 feet deep i- «o
ne;r fall of water that one ran dip it
out by the hand from the surface.
Tbh led to the belief that at least a
ho'e and an abandani drain existed
near where they were working. This
morning the workmen poshed a bar
into a crerice inside of the shaft and
detached a musof materia!, opening
a small bole, from and into which the
air «ecrned to rush, accompanied by a
iond noise a.i of e*capinz '•team, and
the well wa«i «oon filled with Tapor.
Thi« phenomenon and the load
; noise frightened the workmen, who
fled from tbc work. The news «oon
i spread, and a large number of our
citizens collected and repaired to the
*cene, and a dozen or more descended
the shaft and endesrored to account
for or discover the source of the
•ounds, which were plainly heard on
the top of the ground, but more
plainly when in the well. All agree
that it M the sound oi running water
orer a vhoal. perhap- 100 feet lower
down, and must be a large "treain.
Ro.:k* that were taken from an old
excavation «till on the ground >how
unmistaken »ign< of the action of
swift-moving water. The sounds now
heard are unmistakably those of a
considerable underground river. It is
probable that "JO feet more of excava
tion will have to be made before it will
be definitely known what is the nature
and extent of the excavation it has
created in this vicinity, and of what
value it may l>e as a natural curiosity
of point of interest. The men now
working are protected again-1 any
sudden fall of the bottom of the -haf
or roof of the subterranean cavern.
Mr. N. W. Hardin says it is to him
plainlv a waterfall of considerable size,
falling at least ten feet and removed
two hundred feet to the north of the
shaft. Ex-Senator J. Black, Mr.
Reese. Mr. Byer*, J. E. Jones and oth
ers who descende<l the shaft, agree
that the sound is that of a large
stream flowing over >hoals of frequent
but not great fall, and that it is nearly
underneath the shaft and not to ex
ceed one hundred feet away, while
they believe twenty feet at most sep
arate the bottom of the shaft from the
roof of the cavern or underground
chamber through which the water
The gentlemen who are bear
ing the expense will push the work to
a finish, and we shall soon be able to
give you moredefinite information.
Hhawls. '"heater Cleary.
Towels. Cheater Clear)'.
Hibbons. Chester Cleary.
Blankets. Chester Cleary.
Napkins. Chester Cleary.
Plnsh sals. Chester Cleary.
Comfortera. Chaster Cleary.
Prise our n*w plushes. Claary.
Great sale; table linens. Cleary.
Sale of hosiery. Chester Cleary.
Nsw trimmings Cheater Olaarv.
45s silk plashes. Chester Cleary.
Laee aurtaia nets; big sale. Cleary.
Price eur flaauela. ( hwWr Cleary.
$1: s splendid white spreaul. Cleary.
Brewery for sale, Crawford & Coaover.
Boys' clothing on third floor. Take the
elevator. Toklaa, A Co.
Rich 811k holsery without a parallel for
Christmas gifts. Tokla«, Slngerman & Co.
Art embroidery rooms opened. Fancy
embroidery taught. Toklau, Singermau A
Co.
Fine millinery by express; some very
choice patterns will be shown Monday
morning Toklau, .Singerman 4 Co.
ladies' silk embroidered handkerchiefs
for Christmas presents; our stock is with
out a parallel. Toklas. Singerman & Co.
The Pacific Coast Detective Agency bava
their office on Frout street. Union block,
where they are prepared to handle eivil
and criminal basiuess.
spiritualism—Mr*. M. Spauldiug will de
liver a discourse. Subject. "What Will Be
the Har » est." Sunday at 11 au m.. in Ma»onic
Hall, on Front street, near James street.
All are welcome.
Sunburn, tan, roughness of the skin aud
Pimples are promptly relieved andtured
by applying Dutard's Specific. It is a
never railing remedy for calt Rheum. Tet
ter and all .-kiu diseases. Stewart & Holmes
Drug Co. wholesale agents. swf
If your back aches or if you are suffering
from Inflammation of the kidneys, semi
nal weak nea*, brick dust deposit in the
urine, or In fact aay kidney urinary or liv
er complaint, do not waste money on
worthless itnimenta or plasters, but strike
th»- seat of the disease at once by using the
greatest of all known remedies, Oregon
Kidney T* it It is nh aaatit to take, is
purely vegetable and has never failed to
give entire satiafaetion. Stewart 61 Holmes
Drug Co. wholesale agents. *w r
EX %MPI.K<*.
If women would always *et a good
example it would soon reform the
world. »•« the men are continually fol
iowingafter tbe women. If a woman
could talk out of the two corner* of
her mouth at the >atne time there
would l»e a good «le:tl on both
side* The l»r*. Darrin want just
such advo atos. No one or
corner ot the mouth can tell of the
wonderful cure* thev are making daily
a', their offices. The few following
testimonials substantiates their won
derful *kiil:
*!» OPIX LKTTKK.
HKATTLK, W. T.
Dr.* DAKBIN -<>entlemen: I now
take the idea*are of writing you that
after a full course of your electro
magnetic treatment I am entirely
cumi of a pain in my chest, which has
troubled me lor over eight year* Hav
ing been under treatment by doctors
of Liverpool, tiiasgow. Calcutta and
San Franci*co, none of them did me
any good until I eame under your
treatment, which I am sure h.i* jv r
manentlv cured inc. for which, gen
tlemen, I l»eg to remain, your*, grate
fully. WILLIAM I.ITTIF.
AN THfcE M L HAVE UArrY
Mr I-,-iar Wingnrd <>f <Vntr.iiia W.
T., writes l>r-< Darrin :«• follow-
With I ilea? urf I writ.- yon in re
caril tn the treatment yon pave me
for \>t)iin i of ei^Ut-en'\e ir.'.land
itiß Yonr trivitment has" worked Ike
a I '.artn. 1 hare had no symptom* of
Anlhma .ince I return»i iioi ». The
care seems to he permanent, and it
gives me great joy to tell yo'i thiv
J>en i me of your l iri as
msnv of tujr neighbors wi-hto trv your
skill tn their ca-fi."
tir»rxr>» < i KIP IN trs MtSt'Tts
MB EDITOR Pear Sir. 1 reside in
North Yakima, W. T. I rt)n«iilted
i»r* l>arriu for deaf nes*. M v It ft ear
wa- totally deaf. With one operation
with l>r". Darnn> elctro-magnetic
cure, of ten ruinate*. ! w*« nta*le to
hear as well as ever in my life fan
t>e referred to a* to the truth of my
statement. C. V. Fovin.
1' >. They also did a successful op
eration on my eyev removing t*o
membranous growth* which had
rendered me blind.
r h ross' Trit*- r TRHT*r\T
Prs Damn can be oa«ulted free at I
the International hotel. Cherry street, j
Seattlr. \V T and at 'IX* Fifth
street. Portland. Oregon, and will un- i
der tw» cireumstances take a case the} ;
cannot cure or l»eneht Charges are !
reasons' ie. and the noh and the poor
treated free trom t> to 10 a. m daily
Orhct hours from I© to t daily ; even- !
tnir* T to s Sundae 10 to *l;'. All
• uraKe chr »nre di*4*e-—lo** of man
-I***l. Mood taints, «Tphil:s. gleet, jcon
orrhte« stri ti*e «parvuatorrb<ea
«emmai we*Kr<e*ji or loss of destreeC
**KUAI |N«wer in man or vou-.an, ea-1
tirrh or dea f ne-v are «onfidentiT!
ana ru ■< e--f illy treated, i .re of pri ;
» ite d «•»«« sa-a .i»*e ; *-.« ir # vrr
puhli'hel tn the paper*. Most «■ SM»-
; n receive home treatment afte* * •
vvt t» the <it«rt.»r* ort:.e. In j ar.e* ,
4r - w r»i * . . • • tiiar* *ent
H B The 1 Virion* stay m thi«J
t . r.it> is tifu ted. *
SBW ADVXKTUBUm.
SOTHHG SO ILOQUIMT
AS SOPLE TRUTH.
Statements:
SEATTLE, Aug. 2, ISBS.
I hare been a great "unerer from
Locomotor Ataxia t paralysis from the
hips down>. Could just barely dratf
myself snail-like along. It originated
from a fall from a horse 11 years ago.
and which resulted a!-o in attacks of
ari(-onv:io'j"ne- < which were very dis
tressing. Those attacks would com
mence with a sense as if I were -truck
on the bead with a blunt in-trument.
and then I would fall unconscious for
several hour- at a time. I was object
to said spell? for about 11 years, and
consulted and treated with the best and
so-called prominent physicians on the
Pacific coast, but derived no benefit.
While living at Kent, W. T., I heard a
great deal about I>r. J. Eugene Jor
dan and his new sv-tem of treatment,
and I admit that f had not tue 'light
est confidence, but being so hel| le-s 1
concluded to try him. particularly as
he made so many apparently wonder
ful cures in mv neighborhood. Well,
the res nit is told in a few words: I
took the medicine about a few month*
and entirely recovered the use of my
former self, and have nothadasign
of the unconscious attacks ever since.
That has been six months now. The
above facts speak more eloquently
than I can possibly do, so I leave it
with the intelligent to draw conclu
sions MRS. L. GABRIEL.
Rooms 45, 4*>, 47 and 43, new Yesler
block. Prescriptions and consultation
free. All letters answered. Send for
free ;book explanatory of the Histo
genetic System.
Est MCLAW, \V. T.. Oct. I,ISBB.
Dr. J. Eugene Jordan, Seattle. W.
T .—Dear .Sir: About nine months
ago I was taken down with the
measles Hail two doctors who dosed
me with all kinds of medicines, and
they did not come out right. Kept
getting worse all the time. Had a
fearful cough, which rapidly carried
me into consumption. Tbedoctorsall
said it was consumption, and that
nothing would cure me, and that I
must die. Had fearful bleedings, and
raised nothing but pus; horrible night
sweats and fever. Was reduced to a
skeleton. The Hon. Hamilton Lewis
told my father to make haste and tike
me to l)r. J. Eugene Jordan of Seattle,
and he would cure me if any one could.
1 was not able to be carried there, so
father came and told you my condi
tion. You prescribed for me. and I
commenced taking the medicine. I
commenced to get better right away.
Sight sweats, pains, fever, bleeding
and all the conditions got better, and
in live weeks' time I gave up the medi
cine and was sound and well as a dol
lar. 1 make this statement that others
may know where to go and !>e saved.
1 cannot express my gratitude to you
in words, for you fitted my life, and
nothing that I can say or do tor you
and your Histogenetic Medicines can
ever repav you for that. I am, very
respectfullv"
' THOMAS WILLSON.
Hear Arlington Hotel,Seattle,W.T.
I had the ervsipetas, and my face
was swelled so 1 could not see out oi
my left eye at all. I was quite alarmed,
k tiowing how troublesome those cases
are and how ineffectual the usual
remedies are. A friend recommended
me to go to I>r. Jordan, and after
using the medicine four hours 1 began
to feel its healing intluence; and in
four days 1 was well. This is nine
months ago. and have hail no sign of
it since. A. C. PATES.
SFATTI E, W. T., NOV. 22. 1883.
For six years I suffered the torment
of the damned with i-atarrh of the
bladder, baring to urinate sometimes
every ton minute-, with the most ex
cruciating pains. I tried doctor after
doctor, ami at last went to Arkansas
Hot Springs, but they gave it up there.
Six doctors of Seattle, l>r. Weed and
Dr. l'.agley included, gave it up a* a
liail job. My acquaintances and friends
never believed that I could recover. 1
refer to Mr. «iar.i. Kellogg. L K. (}.
Smith, tieorge K. Smith, Charles
t'olman. all of Seattle; Mr. S. I).
Huston anil J. W. Itor-t of Snoqual
mie. Well. I went to I>r. Jordan just
because everybody el«e did. Did not
have the slightest faith, and he cured
me. I consider that he simply saved
mv life, a< I was just about dean.
A. A KISK.
isnoqualmie Fails. W. T.
H ' ! • •HTOS. August 21. ls*s.
1 was taken down with the rheuma
tism; was treated in the Providence
bo",>ita]; took lots of and mor
phine. The doctor« in -ail hospital
old nieit wa- rheumatic blood poi-on
ing. I was carried borne on a -tretcher.
My leg was drawn clear up and my
suffering was ah-i.lutely unendurable.
My folks gave me up. in fact I gave
myself up. My father «.iw an account
of' the wonderful cure- of Dr. J.
Eugene Jordan in the daily pa|ier, am!
concluded to ep him. He procured
prescription from l»r. Jordan. merel>
telling nim the condition 1 was in. 1
ti»>k the medicine. and ad mi-erv left
ine. an ! my leg became-traight again.
I cannot say enough in favor of I)r.
Jordan and his Ifistogenetic system.
Doctor after doctor t->l.l rae 1 would
always l-e a cripple, ami 1 would have
l*een if it were not as above stated.
This wa* five months ago.
M lis IIAI • Kl. (. i:kei,!:\
N RTH Yakim \ W. T..
Aug IT, Is*S.
l>r. J. Jordan Seattle. W.
T r*r«i Sir: For right v« tr-» I have
l*»en constantly troubled with ga-tral
*?ia of the stomach When first taken
paregoric would ea*e the pain, until at
la-t the agony «a- >o terrible was com
pelled to carry laudanum or morphine
in my pocket con>t:intly to alleviate
my terrible suffering. It got so had 1
had to take from 4" to 50 drop* of
; laudanum at a time, and it -o paraly
zed my nerves that I could not eat
M* liver was so enlarged -and such
pains—it seemed a- though I wa<
l*ingcnt in pieces. When they moved
me I would «cream with pain. For
years have had the n.o-t horrible
Marine down pair - in th«' back an \
hips. I\have been to doctors of all
school* and the be»t in the profe**ion.
They all Mid they could do nothing
hut deaden the nun When your as
*:*tant ame to North Yakima went io
him. hut had no faith in new doc
tor* or any doctor*. S?UI,
upon hear, ne votir system ex
t'Uined concluded to give it a trial,
it -#*en:e*i «o reasonable. And now.
after tiding your medicine- *ix *eek* I
consider myself entirely well alter
vears «*f untold agonv Have gained
pounds inrte-h.ani have not an
a. he or pain in the world Am now
doing ail mv run work and also
nr.. king. for the tir-t time in 15 year*
I know v,»urn.e,;'itie> have done all
th;« for me, and 1 consider it my duty
to -END VQU thi* that others may see it
and know where thev can get well.
Very sincerelv TOUT*.
*wftw MRS P A KEF.DEE.
raw iDTsnnuim
mw
TAKE HOLD!
Secure Yourself a Home in
the Future Oakland.
West Seattle!
THE
Southern
Pacific
Addition
TO
West Seattle
Has just been platted and
lots are placed on the
market at the remarkable
low figures of
$125,
$l5O,
S2OO,
—AND
$250
API J±X K.
These lots are perfectly
level and only two blocks
from the water s edge, and
face Seattle, commanding an
unobstructed view of the
Queen City and entire bay.
Two corps of engineers
are in the field now survey
ing for the Seattle and South
ern Road.
Persons desiring to in-
spect will be given free
steamboat transportation.*
V.Hugo Smith,
Basenieat Orritol Hotel.
SITIKBS DEMRTMEUT
GUARANTEE
LOIS AX* TBIRT CMTAST,
i J Bltet, Mill Stint
Opposite Cosaerelal.
SEATTLE, • - WASH. TER.
~"!lacarf«atßd ISST.>
RECEITI DEPOSITS IN M AMOUNTS
from on* ■Jo:l*r apwarda. and allow in
terest thereon. Hwey loaned spon im
proved is.! city rea. estate.
:T IA u> or I>;R*CTOI_< :
LEIGH 8. J. H"NT President
DR. T. T. MINOR Vice P^-si-lent
EDW B. DOW MSB Treasaxer
QEOBGE H. H KILE RON' -kx-rvtaiT
DAVID X. BAXTER J. R. LOWMAN.
Washington Savings Bank.
Incorporated under the Territorial lairs.
Kill Street, Jfext Door to PostcfEee.
Seattle. W. T.
CAPITAL. - - s*>o,ooo.
OFFICERS:
W. W. DEARBORN. President
B. B. DEARBORN. Vice-President
H. w. HIUGINS. Cashier
i Genera! Baakisg B&siaess Transacted.
! Drafts drawn on all parts of tfee world.
| Interest paid on strings and time deposits.
Accounts of merchants. manufacturers and
individuals solicited.
The bank will be open for the transac
tion of business from 10 a. m. to 3 p. m.,
and baturday evening from 7 to 9 o'clock.
Interest allowed from the third
day of every month.
Interest dividend days are Jan
uary Ist and July Ist.
Deposits taay be made in person or by
registered letter, money order or express,
and deposit books will be returned as re
quested.
Money loaned en real estate at reasonable
rates
THOS 8. KRt'TZ. HARRY KRITZ,
Prrsident. See'y andTreas.
Washington Lou k Trest Company
(ISCOarOEATED.)
Authorized inpiuu KOB.OOO
I aid-up v apitai 60,000
MORTGAGE LOANS
ON
Imprwd Farms and Citj Property.
LOWEST RATES —NO DELAY.
BRANCH OFFICE— II 6 M'll S. (Occidental
Block), SEATTLE V¥. f.
GKORGE FOWLER, Manager.
EASTERN Orricma—2s7 Bioadnay, New
York; 3 Sear* Buildine. Boston.
western OmcEs— Home Office. Walla
Walla, W T.; Branch Offices, Colfax and
Seattle.
SKAITLE
SAFE DEPOSIT AND TRUST CO.
Paid-a? Capital, SIOO,OOO
Pars interest on savings deposits.
Rents safes and deposit boxes.
Receives goods on storage.
Makes mortgage loans.
KRED WAKU. M»n!«rr.
BAILEV OirzERT,, j E. R. FERRT,
ITesident. | Vice Preaideßt.
J. FCRTH Cashier.
PCGET SOUND NATIONAL BANK
OF SEATTLE.
OCCIDENTAL BLOCK.
BUY AND SELL FOREIGN AND Do
mestic exchange, transfer money by
telegraph to any part of the United State*
and Enrope, receive dopoaits of money and
issue pass books or certificates therefor.
CORRESPONDENTS:
Loudon, N. M. Rothschild <& Sons
Paris. De Rothschild Freres.
Frankfort, A M , L. VOD Steiger A Co.
New York, agency of Bank of California.
Chirago, Commercial National Bank.
Boston. Suffolk National Bank.
San Francisco, the Bank of California.
Portland, the First National Bank.
Dexter Horton & Co,,
BANKERS,
Incorporated ISS7.
CAPITAL, $200,000.
Pied dent W. 8. LutD
Vice Present A. A. Dinky
Manager. J- P. HOYT
Cashier ... #. F. Bur.«B
SIGHT EXCHANGE AND TELEGRAPH
ic transfers on Ntw York, Chicago, Bt,
Paul, San Francisco. Portland and varioos
point* in Washington. Oregon and British
Columbia
Sight Bills of Exchange on Xx>n4on,avail
able elsewhere in lirope.
> Collections made at all points on favor
able terms.
Bonds, stock* and other valuables receiv
ed on deposit for safe keeping.
THE
FIRST MTIOYIL BJM
OF SEATTLE,
Seattle, Washington Territory.
Paid-up Capital, $150,000.
W. BARKIS. J. UOODFKLLOW
Presides t. Cashier.
Genera; banking business transacted.
Siirht and telegraphic exchange payable
in all the principal cities of the United
States and Euro**
MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK
Designated Ix-ponitor* and Financial
Ah'eot of the
FIfITED STATES 00VIHKMEST
lie.:- lu foreign and domctiieexchanger.
Make« Tklxskafhic TaiKsraas and in
gles LEfTKSf Or < KCDIT.
Geaenl Banking Business Transacted.
Seventh Street Tax Notice.
'pME TAX IEVIED BY THK CITY
1 < atari! tfee dlftrirt created by Or
dinance No. to provide for tbe grading
of Seventh street, fr Mad. son street to
Mattery street, and construc ting sidewalks
on both sides thereof, in now due and psy
able ar the offWe of the city treasurer. A U
taxes nor paid within
FORTY DAYS
Of the first pnhlicatlon of thi« DOtlce will
be deelared delinousnt. a t-eoaltyof f.re
pet teutsdded and interest at the rate of
16 per cent. charged.
w K. FORREST, City Clerk.
First pabiica'iou of this notice Ho*. '24 isM
To Contractors.
BIDS WILL BE RECEIVED T NTIL
Sstnrdav. in < etal vr 1, for a brick foao
dation on Commercial street.
W K BOONE.
CROSS & CO.,
UNDERTAKERS.
92*2 Uniis*- P.UL
Ffont ttrtvt. Heattl*
ADVICE TO NOTHIiItH.
Mrs. Window's (toothing dyrnp. f.»r chil
dren teething. is the prescription of one of
the best fern a; e names and phyticlana la
the United Star#**, and has be«*n aaed f.»r
forty years with never failiag nmsn by
■ •..* of sr. others for their children.
During tha process of teething Ju ralw*- is
incalculable. li relieves the child from
pain, cures djseatery and diarrhoea, grip
ing in the bowels and wind eoUc. By riv
ing health to the child it rests the mother.
Price 2&c a bottle autfeiw ly
Canadian Pa#
RAILWAY.
THE TKPB
TRANSCONTINENTAL ROUTE
bSTWCSS
THE PACIFIC AND THF ATLAHTIC
TTS PASSENGER F. IPMINT IS T'U
1 Snest ia the w«rid,c-> sistingof Ljurert
«-ws sleeping Caxa, kavin drawiai, stnot
ing and uath roosts: Cu fortablo mv£
Clean Colonist Care, with <■« blmp in#
Berths for ho Men* of ciass tirL»r>
and the most modern style of day cnaekea
Its Dining Cars «j.i Hotels provide th«
bestqoalitj <>t food in nnlimired
at reasonable rates.
The Variety and Grandeur of S-.*encrj
aloaglt* line is uaeqaaled. an * in tbe de
tails of track. train service, etc.. aothinj »
omitted that can add to the Safety
Comfort of ia patrons. All iu ali.it fr„
the best and moat servicable line of tmre.
whether for business or pleasnre. bctwoet
Portland, Tai-otca, Seattle. Victoria aud al
Pacific Coast Points. and Winncpeg, M-.n
neapoiis. St Paul, Chicago, St. L-.Uis. Otta
wa,Toronto. Montreal, Boston. Sew York
and all Eastern Cities.
Thrnagk Tickets are lstaed to all Friae»i.»
Peiats la the I sited states, tsaad*
aad Karopf »t Lawest Kates.
For detailed information apply to the fo
Sewing agents of the roars',;
a g. MrcoßD,
* Washington St.. Portend, Or
2. W. McOINSESS, Seattle. W. T.
E. E. ELLIS, Taootna. W. T
X). E BROWN,
District Freight and Passenger Agent,
Vancoavtr. B. C.
Correspondence respeetfaily solicited.
Seattle. Lake Shore k Eastern Rv.
t
CHANGE OF TIME.
OS AND AFTER 81'NDAY. OCTOBER
2S. ISSS, trains will de]>art from aud
arrive at Seattle as follows:
Leave. Arrive.
Raping Riv. aad > n n _ _
way stations .( B ' Mam B 615 P m
Snohomish and/ „ o«««, t,
way station. IBi B 9 30 '® B 3Jopm
3ubutban trains,]
connecti'g with ! p . „
twata on Lake f B lno P m B 330
Wash, at Vesler. J
Oilman and way) , . „„, , a.,..
sUtions. ( A tOQpm A 9.15 am
"A" daily. "B" daily eicept Sanday.
W. J. JENNINGS.
Pen, F- and P. Agent.
PUGET SOUND SHORE R. R.
Time Table Taking Effect Sunday,
Soveisber 11, 1888.
Leave. ArriT e.
Southern and Eastern) . .. . _ _
Express.. jS.toa.rn.lo.Jßp.ai
Southern and Eastern/
% 6. op.m. a.m.
Seattle and Tacomat nnn„_.
Freight J »..»• m. SOO p.m.
Southern and Eastern mail carries Pull
man deeper*.
I. A. NADEAC,
Genera! Freight and Passenger A:enL
T. J. Milskk, Manager.
STEUIER ILtR J [tROU>
1 EAVES YESI-ERB WHARF FOP. TA
j coma. Olympia aad Big Skooknm at?
a. oa. every Monday, Wedneadav and Fri
day.
Retnrniug. leave* Shcltos, Big Skookum.
at 7 a. m. every Tuesday, Thursday and Sat
urday.
STEAMER W. F. MUNROE,
(Carrying V. & Mail.)
Leaves Seattle for Edmonds. Mukilteo,
Marysville and Snohomish
Daily, except Nundny.
For fraight or |>ai*age Inquire oa board
or at Yesler wharf.
C. P. BROWNFIELO, Manager.
Garntaa H. fount a Agent Seattle.
COLUMBIA iPUGET SOUND
RAILROAD.
Time Table, Taking Effect
Sunday, May 27, <BBB.
Trains arrive and leave Seattle u fol
low*:
Leave. Arrive.
Newcastle and way/
stations imixed:. i 3s»p.n .4p. n
Franklin au<t way >t« i 7 00a. m. J :V p. m
stations* . i 3JOp. m.l! iJOpm
•CoaL
T. J. MU.NKR Superintendent
TAKE IT IN TIME.
'"For want of a nail a shoe was lost; for
waut of a shoe a horse was lost; for want
of a horse a rider was lost," Never neglect
steal) thlug*. Tbe first signs of pneumonia
anil consumption can positively be checked
bjr Dr. Ac ker's English Remedv for t'oti
sumption. For sale by A. b! Stewart,
dniKKist. »
JAPAN BAZAAR.
!M ( ASKS JAPitKbK < I BIO*
Just received direct, imported from Japan,
which will be sold cheap. Ask to see them.
IJOt, Electric Light Building, Kraut at.
FOR Sill!
IMBST-CLASS RESIDENCE LOTS. CO? 130,
on Fourteenth street, between Mill
and Jackson *'►« to *TCO: one business
corner on Virginia ami West streets, lot*
iu West Park addition now ou tbe
market . tJOO tbe iot.
OEORGE DORFFEI
US', Commercial street, between Mill and
Washington
The Fiist Repent Armory
CAN BE RENTED
For Fairs, Bail* and Entortaia
raeiti.
CHARI.Efc H. KJTTINGIK.
Secretary.
BR. SPINNEY
SL CO.'S
NATIONAL DISPENSARY,
318 Commercial atreat. corner
Jaekaon. Swat tie. W. T.
All chron»< iJiwji n of MEN aud WijMkN
«U<-rr«pfnliV treated.
LOHT .V a NH< •*»!>, Nerrovi aad Phyiita.
i r>eWllly, Kxi< an»w*«i Vitality, Setaiaa
i Weaku«-ss -it rmatorrhuea. !mwoi«u< r
(jouonht*a,««U i Pr**marnre I>e
| din ii Wttmrn, aad all Fat»
: tiauai 1»* raiiV'-inrtiiathat r«mlt from *r»nrh
fa) »»' eKwM ta after year*.
11R! SA R t and K a«lder troabita.
ÜBinnnT A mk Gi»t,
Cryatiti*. *•«*. stnrlaia. rU-.. t.rwa; t
ly aud «af»-! - N«i fiaa<»*«Hi« medirt* t
riv»-D, not nr»t»a n>e« t.on« a«e<l. whW h
raa»* «tn«
NfcRVOIS i> *'' T >-Lo«a«f Vifor.hemlcal
Stab! Cmiaaiaa*. I>»
apcnidfUA y. ■ U . etc.,« urv»l.
yOU MF*i IhHi the ta i f
a i , r iu\ or iudiaert
tloL». »bou.o aval. them«eWe« of oar treat
ment. U>t nt* «»* tmuu wer laid at toe a -
tar of nfferiiii bmaaitf. Will gaaraut* e
a « nr. ia faae
liddlf-Md Ty '.V*.* r ' :" ,OT tro « & - td
w.tb too fr**«|iieat t?eat
fUUioaa of t.v .ladder, at; omi>auied by a
smartioj? or :>araiua «**a*atioo t-xami
auou ihi siriiit i« a M-dim«»nt ai d
•ometißH* albaacois The rol< r
*anw from a briicht «»r reddish to evet a
mnky ha< . tb« j-atieat pxf«eriear«a a w* ak
eaiafc of th» «y»u-m in a manner heraonot
acroant for Thla i» tbe B#«*ond »ta«- of
*minai w-akneaa. Many die of thi« ii®
?alty, igaorant «>f ita »*an»e. A perfect nrn
and healthy r**«f »ratiou (faaranteed.
m. Sundays »to 12.
S. H. rvreooß unable to rtrit q> ma* e
treated at taeix hom«t by corre*pondco< e.
Medicines and i attraction* aen* by ma* or
ezpreaa CoimltatUtt) free dAw
o. R. t s. co:s
STEAMERS.
TO TAKE ZFFECT MONDAT. HOT 19
STEAMERS
w _ IXaVK «attlk crrr Doer
" IwTifUßi ,Ui;v, nct p, ;S,
wo*. n JO«. ». u»a!4; r ,r *
For Tacoma-Sanda .sat 1 ■» a. to act.
p. in. u *
For Victoria—Daii; n. -»t
lS»a.®. * ai ** «
1 Olysapia-OaiiT. aip«p« Sunday, «t
Toaching a! lßtrxmadiste toiim
routes. '» oe aS
Seattle, Wfcitcoe & tea!ttaMlntt.
STEAMER CEO. E. STARR
Leaves Seattle at 9W p. ra. Moodav.
Wednesdays and Friday*. Arrivrsa- vrviT
com at 11 am. Tuesday« Tbnrsdav, .5
Saturdays. Retarning. V m
1 p. ia. Tcc--laj« and Thursdays, ar.4 ™
Sunday., at? a m. Arri»e«at Seatt* Ji
a m. Wednesdays and —| nn
days a boat 9 p. m.
leaves Wbttna for Ssmtiahmoo Sate?,
days at 1 p m Leaves Seralshraoofi
* iiatcum Saturday* at 5 p. m.. arrivtn# *
Whatcom about » p. m
NOTlCE—S'eaim-r !ud« at all
landings except Oak Harbor, :-»ono»ra3
Fldalgo.
U. S. Mail Steamer Hassai«
Leaves Seattle for What, n and all *«,
landiags Snnda s, lu—tavs and Thnr»
da's at 11 p. ni. Arrivr* a: w Latcom Mas.
days, Wednesdays and Fridava at 6 r m
Retartilnc. leav, s Whati. IB .urn? days at
v» p r . . arriving at Seattle Taesdays
Thursdays aud Sal rdays at 2p. m.
W. H. HOI.- «MB, liem. U&aagw.
C. W. JOHNSON, t*
A. L MAXWELL.
(ienL Pass, and Tiekrt Ageat
J. R POLLEY, Local Ap-at.
! Pacific Coast Steamship k
One of the
ELEGANT A 1 IRON STEAMSHIPS
Of thlt com[ any will leav* Ocean Dock,
battle, every Friday at ii o'clock p. m.
(Passenger* received ou board at S p. M.i
For Port Townsend. Victoria
AND SAN FRANCISCO.
Qaecn of the Pacific NOT. I
Umatilla N or. 16, 30, i>ee. 11, 21
Wall* Walla Nov. 2S, Dec. 7, 21, Jan. 1
Return insteamers leave San Francisco
every Frida> at 9 o'clock a. m.
FOR ALASKA.
£ learner* leave a* above fortnightly fo:
Wrangel, Juueau, Sitka and other Alaskan
perts.
Idaho Nov. 7, Pro. S, JL
Aocou Nov. 19, Dee. 17, Jan. 11
FOR FEEIGHT OR FAS9AGB APPLY TO TBI
COLUMBIA A PITGKT SOUND R , R. CO
W. B. SPENCER. Aftnt
H. McLELLAN,
. Paget Sound Supt. P. r. s. S. Co. Se**tit
Washington Transpar
fatiuß < oiupaiiy.
CARRYING THE U. S. M*H
WINTER ARRANGEMENT
SEATTLE-PORT TOWNSEND lOUTK.
QTEAMER EDITH WILi RUN UAILY
O between Seattle and Port Towusend,
leaving Seattle at 10:30 p. m . toad to* at
Port Madison. Port Gamble and Port Lad*
low. Returning—Leave Port Towuacai
daily except Sunday) at 8:30 a. ra.
SEATTLE WHATCOM ROUTE.
Steamer Eliza Anderson leave* Seattle
Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday at! n. a.,
touching at Clinton, Coaveville, I'tsalady,
Deception, Auacortes. Ooemti. -smith.
Blanchard. Falrhavea, Bellingham and B*.
home. Retarning—Leave* Wliah'Oß Moa
days, Wednesdays at.d Fridays at 7 p. at.
SEATTLE-LA CONNER ROOTE.
Steamer City of Qalncy leaves Seattla for
La Conner Tuesday. Thursday a il Satur
day at Ta. ai . touching at wav port*. Re
turning alternate days.
For freight and passage apply at compa
ny * offi.'e on Vesler's Wharf.
GEO 8. JACOBS, Secretary.
TO mFRANCISCO, ML
Soßthern Pacific Coapaaft
LINES.
THE MT. SHASTA ROUTE.
quicker MI time than any other route he
twern
Seattle and San Francisco.
LEAVE SEATTLE DAILY AT t P. M
ARRIVE IN SAN FRA.VCWO, 7'4» A II
Through Thas Forty-fight Hear*.
rhe Grand Scenic route of the Pacific Coaat
POLLIAN BUFFET SLEEPERS.
Tourist Sleeping Cera
For accommodation of second class panes
gers attached to express trains.
For tickets and other information call on
A. CHII.UKR6,
Ticket Agent, Seattle. W. T
E. P. ROGERS,
Aasist. Gen. Freight and Pass. Agent
R. (oini.ii, Manager.
Caaafiiaß Pacific NaTiptlOD Ct
'LIMITCIi..
STEAMER
P 1* E M 1 E H
BOUND SOUTH.
LKAVK , AKKIVg- ■
Vanoouver, Thursday
A Tharaday 2v ih A Monday 9.30 p a
Townseud, Monda v [Seattle., Friday and
& Thursday 11 p rii| Tuesday /J.-OOani
Seattle, Tne*dar and, Ta< onia, Friday and
Friday « a raj Tuesday 10am
BOUND NORTH.
• LIAVI > ARKirt
Taroma, Tuesday A -cattle, Tuesday an*
rriday ,3:Kpa Friday 4 30pm
Seattle, Wednesday lowasead, Wednsdy
Avatar Jay 6 a in. & Saturday 9ta«
Townseud, Wedn'sdylVaarouver, Wednes
<k Saturday 10 aml day <L Ha toy fr iJO p m
DAYS OF DKPAKTITRE FROM SKATTH.
Wedufa4ays auii Saturday*
It AYS OF ARRIVAL AT SF.ATTUt,
Taesdavs and Frida>t.
JOHN A O bkIES, Master.
F. J CIITRCH A seat at
John Uyiko, Uaairr. (\ P. K. fa \A.
FLEETWOOD
LAID UP.
Winter Time Table
WILL BE GIVEN
In u Few I )ays.
riUFH' UlimTlo! (MflU.
THE bTEAMCR
Skagit Chief
I EA\F> HAHKIvmoN A
I j wharf for -*u Jnati 1- an.Js towefciaf
at Clinton >'t»a'ailv Iji osi*.
Frldaj Harlsi a d It. li. Harbor rrtrj
•uniiav and I har..la>
For freight <»r rat- * arplv on hoa'd
ft, or to 11 AKRI.Ni.roN A .■»*! ITH Agent*
HEN V BAII.EY, Master
PHJHV \A\lC\Tli>\ WIFAIT.
THE STEAMER
Henry Bailey
1 EAVES YEhI.ER WIHRF FOR TPLA"
Up, rttanwood, M» V»rnon,
and iater«cdiate points every sataroay
aud Wednesday. ,
For fralght or riU*»|>pl*on board »«'■
*r or to <leo. 11. Foatat a*»ut
8. T DV.HY, Muter.

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