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WASHINGTON NEWS
Kg Farniturf Factory Pro
ject for Seattle.
A WOMAN TKIKD FOB MIRMSR
imdf* (ktriMUla r»4.w4 twt
Ckltf *l»-
i*f *trik«.
TtCVli,Dee 17.-M- Edwin l/Ooderfeer k. j
• Philadelphia rapllaiiat who rertutly ar
rive 4 here, laid Co tbe Po*r Irrnxin**'**
•errespondent lert <n rolo* that be lie
tannine! to loeate In Seattle a»d ea*a*e ia
tbe taaoufaetnre of furniture. aa*h.
Minda. etc . to aa ectent hitherto unknown
on tbe Hound H<- will emplW 2» men or
Bore. At» meeting at Tbe Tyoma laat
•venine mueh Influence «« broofht t»
bear on Mr. lymderta/ * to Indaee him to
■tart thia manofa'turr here, and bt» de
parlare tor Kenttie thia morning U looked
upon aa arreat lot l» tberlty Mr. It. H.
Umdertr <k, of the arai-'tinr work*. i» a
brother of the flrvt aam<d *enU«niaa. ao'l
ha haa today been •ot.j'fted to rnneb
by bit frleada for not prevailing
on (he fofmer !/> camp In Taeoma.
Jl'lMi* BOYUE'a «**»!»•.
The body of Chief Jnttl'-e Boyle >h
bronchi to thia city thl« morning on tl,«
ateam.r Uen-ge E Starr. It was la eharge
of a delegation eonalating of Robert Koran
mayor of Seattle, *m. Cochrane. aberff of.
Kmceoonty, W K l.«dgerw<ird. rlerk of
thedfxrl'-t r-rtjrt. Attorney <;«-ueral J H |
Metcalfe W II White. V. 8. proaeoitlng
attorney. K. If «le». rttjr attorney, ttw the
following member, of the bar Geo. Hyde
Preator. iv H l*wia, f. F. Blaine. H Y
ioneaandC.il Hanford. Mra. Boyle and
her ton Kdrar were alaoon the boat At
thia point Froaecuting Attorney J T Hon
aid joined the party and he aad J If. I>rwla
accompanied the remalna to r'niot.towu.
Fa The party left on the overland train, j
aoac auumi.
Joneph Mnrphy and Alexander Newton
are new amalipo* patient* who bare been
taken to the pertbnaae. Tbe former i« an
emplove of the Paeill' milla.aod t!,e latter
kaa been at work on the boat, plying be
tween here and Heatlle Aalde from the
above, no new raaca have developed within
the paat month, and all tbe old rua are
doing well.
CLottcn roa BtrilM.
Jaatire H. liter haa cone to California
and the pnblle were appr'aed of the fact
by the following tin lone not In
"TMa eonrt will be ehMvd for repair*
fur about two weeka from tbe date hereof,
barriuic aeeldenU by rail or water, and
■ueh Inflnnltlia aa tleah ia heir to. Thia
aourt hope* to rename liUalneM by the
Irat of tbe year.
"CUARUM N BENTK.II '
Before Jnatlce l-awretiee tbe followluc
Tictlma were tined I'hillp Antjiraft.
paraiataul vagrant. fi'i and coata, John
Brown, ragraut, |l.< and roata, Frank
llogan, llavld llatntnoud, Thomaa Causer,
John Flab, iinngn Wlaaell ami Joe Mmltfa,
drunk and dlforderiy. |. and eo*t* ea< h.
Caekival or MATIOKa.
"A oowple of charming young ladlea."
•aid Mr H. A Wbeelwrlcht thia afternoon, ;
" bare jnat t>e. n here b> borrow tbe eham
ber of commerce flag* to l»e uaed at tbe
Carnival of Natlona, which la to be clven .
a the Ladlea and Olrla' Oulld of Ht. Luke »
tircb at Alpha hall, commeticlnc be
morrow nlfbt. Thia la a new and merl
tortoua euterpriae ; It will lie replete with
amtuement for all who attend, and lUoc
enrreacc ahould have the wldeat ptihliclty
poanlble. The carnival will laat for two
evenloc* and unatlnted effort la being
made fji cr r 'wn the novel entertainment
With brllltai.t auo-eav '
MI'OKAN'K KAI.I.H NKtVH.
Trial of An Allr|«l
Itleh Mining Strike.
Bpo**n* Fill*, Iht 17 The third trial i
of M*ry TVller for the munler of lier hu,
tKUi'l »i> rommenrt-d la ;he illntriit court
to-day. Mny 31, IW7, her hufttuiuil, Frank
Teller, wa« lull 11 -1 murdererf near bin
bonne, » mile welt of Deep rreek, Spokane
Cuuutr. The wonmu *n<) her brother,
named ItaffM, ..aid thai Teller attempted t
to kill her and »h<> nh.it him In »eif de -I
fenxt The bod* wan t >amlned and no
bullet born found, but the head had been
•tnaabed *lth a bed «laL Teller ard bin
wife bad ouarrelrd frequent'? and hail
cominenrel dlrtiree proceetllun* she
llTtd with her brother, who rented Teller «
farm. The brother had a friend. Nell :
Hmtth. who waa Mid to be tier paramour
Four day, before the murder. Kmlth ahull
Bte tiro*-. at Teller, hnt ml«*i! him. and
ttieu diwpprared At the time of the
murder ]i<jgaxi called tbe uelxbhor* and
aald hi* rtMer ha/1 killed her ht«l*nd It.
a»lf defense, he trying lo • tn-ot ber A
double-bam-led cun waa found near tbe '
body, alao a bedila? aadablividtai The
aelghbor. raterd a puroe to emptor awint
once fur the pr.-oeeutton *t the flmt
Irlal the brother • teMlnen* was badly
brwkoD on rruaaeiaminatioo. and he
•""■ward disappeared, ami la aaid to W
is the |>eniUntl*rT «oui> where The pro
•euUon In the ISrat trial IBtftxtared a
letter from Mr* Teller to Iwnc, trlllat
him how to tc.tify
A rich tHrlke in the Fourth of Jnly
mine near Rabj city, i*reported—«ulphar
•Uof allrer. a»>**tu* lI.OOOa u,u. 1 til* In
Mid to he the rii heal mtue tu the territory
Ban Praiicit'.> partie« hav, Jtsat cwu
plet'-d weeatiaUooe lane o.wir and
woolen ml!!*, to be built lamrdlaul;
»iiqiiomi»ii tent.
Tmlii Crcn tb« New ltrld|« No
of Court.
Haoiimiaii. Dec. 17. -The first train
Uic new or* dee today The u-w
det«ot kl now oceopled for the first time
News <tf Judge BoyU? * deatfi is received «
here with *urprise and sorrow lonrt w*»
to bave to <U* and th«• Juror* «ii ar
rived.
An attempt wa« rnad«* to rob tbe uf« of
rtmith B?o# .V 1 *• *
iilgbt The lock was tamt»rr»d with. In:
Hie thief *w probably frightened m>i)
ant b!t attempt «*• in- ffW iusl
Tbe two ucw bridst •on Ri rot *<rect ate !
completed
The U!lci Aid society of the M K
Ohnrch gave a pie *<m >ai at tbe resident,
of Mr and Mr# W II Ward, on Kr>da«
eveulng last,who h wa* * most uutmundi I
aaccess After the hoi ami
thcinselvc* with charades and the game oi
the
BMt creUitoble ■toner, ud >»?,> »
were lh»>u rrt«mt-l untii It •» . ;,» k wl>< o
tbe « apt
prtoi-n! wer<»: Klwrlt, !'•'kark
A tilt, ftotnev, MelJif Tr.> <«»r. Mmtu
TriM tor. MiftlD. <lnrUlr n i K -
Mc*dmneii W»r4, K*-|l i kmm
Denny. *u-wx. I*«rk<r. urn *
t-<>inec..a Kuappott«t lUti-. m *
Wartl.
V*a kanl. K wi 11, K\»: » h«mn ainl
Kev. It. K Hrook *.
Hm>b<*mi*ii wUI \<>> liithN-l with . trie
lly by tbe '.lKb of thl» tuotitb.
Hiiubomi«h eofine etnn|mny No i *r«- •
■siting ex trnwive prvtMirmiou* ("r w boli '
at Catbrart'n ojH-ra tiouse on «'hrUtma»
*ve.
\\ A 1.1. % H AM. \ NKWM.
MharpMrla for Clitrf Jmlkr film
Inal N>w«.
WilAl W*IU. IS< 17 ' ■
war«!»«l to the tuvehletit torry'i; unani
mt>u»ly »Uot <1 by th«* bar b» tv, r • » »
me to tin* Hon 1< I- Sharj«r,- tu for chi« f
junior •»( the territory
W ¥ Wasn»lH, *v\\ kti •- • ! . . >
IMMMi aopoinb * general r;t
ton A WMhlQ|t 'ill •!■:;. rt Km
hradqaartt n In tb|««it>
This morning " iv« ni!l«. in charge of
Cipt O'Hrleu. ar' \»<! aMh carrion '-vn
lit. I^inU
Not onh \* I'r* f M eyrvl' «, Uw» b*n<l
matter at th< > arrUon. ver» In* i it » ,
drn.nwr •'*«• ;* Dot v\\» « • -1 to r< . *\» r
TfeU inornUi* *<\ prisoner* *rr<w.*<t *» t',»
EUdtvoUtrf in * hirw of 1». j»«ty
arttn of >|*l a'N The* *»»:«• J s
Iforl***, bum ar%. " * moii'! » >- k
Miller. nur4«-r iu the »t >.>, I x\.JO
year*; T. It r,<- k - *•,.
property. our
■tealtng, three *• art; l'nnt»
fcars'tkry. one year; If t« %
•u* year Thi* make*
the institution
frank Merritt, wanted i-\ .-jf* f. '
gery, wa» takrn there r-i* uiotuiuc a
aou«tabie trom that pia> ll« - * .
want<«i at W*:til»urt for *<« ■* , . » j|
lit ho *«-i« 'low who matli* a f>rvtena< of
banging htmerit la*t • }»r « ! an- a w .
lefoKHl to marry him lit » not of a<tai.i
ml ml
OfYMI'IA M:W!»
ConimtaftlonerV l*ro«'t» e«tlnga M t
• « nio No tea.
Oi.YMria. t>ee. it the 1 « 1 - .<•**...
of the buarU of etmit? ■ •- < -» «.t
i »«mev! on Saturday • >*: tm ;• <•
t»t*ine*aof importance ha* m„*» \ e
It. Themoat imj» nrfao* u* ue»« .1
was the opt atatc and coi«*i>i« -» a»{ \hr
bill* for ihr amiiit * r» at U«i»'»»
amoautintk> 17VWB Ttsi* <- 1 > • .»
paving an wrr»t of <hi s- eei«t on \ -
InJ b;« tiMfk bwt mwAt rU
W;e '.ou.wlatur n 1;
fan«l outaia«»4lii< ni<it Uol!i< >«. th«? »\o:\
miltiAum of tht* «\>uu'> - •
ago tiH»k *ti i > looking 1 i-a
t!ii» <H>nnty'* iu«b • t*» •-• -t
•Maof In bi ttdaat a \-
than it * «• |in-seii( |>a^: *»ar>
adrertiKin* «m done atul on lav* >atur a*
•▼•ttlng the bl«!* fof tie ti< » t%m>;s *»vr'v
Op win 1 a- ' v>«r«',
ht»! tved wa>» for s r, % l
Wit» «>i<)Qt>ra e.»nM«br« l t »i luifh ac'l
the* rt-HilTed to let th« I k 1
for a few m -nthv until ar»- Mtf of
telling them at a loner raV of
Ju'i 11. ot «a* g• < ■ • >«k>a < •
move the - j 'o i" iff
aora>' ronrenuat j»oint «1> »» u •• « n. hTua*
it;* that hi« |>rex lit ;iiarUn
i lo the eoasty b«:idla* were eoflrrfy iMt
I, equate to h» Imperative seed*
1 abzceen d»ilar> p»r month w« afwwed
{lor the mainfenao'e of PeHx Taylor, a
, coaaoty ete*».
J Warrant* to the aaowat of B/tt* were
• I ordered drawn la payment for the e>»
•rrwettoo of a bole* over Siaqoaily river
at Yalta prairie.
IWTB.
! O'ympia Chapter Jto. T. Koyal Areh Ma
aona, baa eietted the foUowiac o«F.earra
' Jaa R. Havdea. M It H. f . Jan F 'e/wey
E K . J.I H-irr, f. 8 . A 8. Owlea. C. of
H ; If. It V>m*r F.».. K. O O Betea. R. A.
C.; A. H. Steele, Treaa J'rfia V Tweed |
See . A. Hai-ao'k. Tyler
Mr. Itennla Kddv. tbe "fltrbtiae Repobll
caa." evidently doea m* IsteM to leave,
tbe eoaaty j!ft yet He baa p-irrhaaed tbe
farm of Mr. t C. Thornton at Sonth Bay
and will la fatare reafde there.
The followlnf pemona have been ap
polutod BOtarlea pablic T M. ' ooper. of
r?pvat«*-. F B Otinoell. of *potaoe Fall*.
! and Alfred Thorn peon, of Oympi*
Mr. I_ P. tmellette. president < f the I*n
, ret Sovml A ' behail* Railroad • o„ In
the elty to-day. He aaya work oo bla road
!I* beta* rapidly pnabed ahead, a la' re force
; of mm beln* now en raced In the work of
, coo»tr»rilon.
lion John F 'iowey and family re-urned
: f'om FoftUnd laat ntcht. wbfther they
• west laat Friday norn'.n*
MARKETS AND SHIPPING.
Dec. IT.
Omu hit* Arrivei fri* lj *1 j
4. BmxtrrA Co. iXJO ««rk«
for Ma frmurittcm (»1 thU Us*. 900
•tell were br*mght (rum Frtmigo tmUuti '
i by lh€ tebotmer L. J. P*rry. mud 1300 mcka j
j *•«/ » th« *:ity of •o«l M*ry V
j Perley from <!•!». Kfty-tLre
bftjr wer» i«D4**4 At tbf «'a:jal:aD
! f'Artftc by tb« Fan ay L«ke. Pric«i:
jof hay are gr«<Sa«Uy riaiof. aa-1 |
i farm* r» am wltbboldiof la hope* of
: blcber vatae*. (fne farmrr refaar»l au
offer of 91 *on the bank*, although thia i« >
the ua*al figure effitred for delivery on
tbe whMil here. A carload of sheep wa* •
ronaigned to theateamer A neon to day for
| the Alaakati market Muttoo It aJiffbtly
lower, on live ofturiug*, wbirb ia entirely
do« U/ the poor of atock
MFKf UASDIHK AND FtUWVCK HT
CDKW—I>iiTlnf the laat 24 bonr« th<-
ro»-r« naiHiiaf aud produce at thi*
p»»rt have been an folknr» Fugft riotind
4hore r</ai. 2)9 tona; t*k>' Mho re A
Ka*wn ralir«ja<l (inrludiiair freight from
Krnltb'a Cove,. tou», /»lou «#f which!
w*-r* merehandiae. — Walla
Walia <ilide i ton. Brown l - 2 i
tori. Ellth 1 tor.. Ka'iny lak» » rn>
of Qulney tona. Mary Y Parley m tona.
; at boon* r L. J Perry 4.j tona. Total r»*
relpt». Uw« Among the
were 164* aafk* flour. 2177 »«eka .Vw !
hran, mek» oar*. liu bb;a and 4»)
ba>f bbla oatim-ai. 125* ark« b*-ana. bozra
raiain*. .X raa«-« lrfr<»n». 340 h>iX?« applr*.
2S aa- ka riee. I*4 calt, 1,5) «>n- »
loua, 40 »a'k* aw*fe»f, 42< barrela aud 4
box'-a nugar 200 larka vefetabica, I wkfl I
and 9 tjogca o? ■r«-r«, 2 tjnx *• durk*. 1 tierre
I |M>rk, 12 tuba. 2 k«-g« and 2 eaaea butter, »'■
j caara cheese, 10 kega t»f rb**»tuutii.
I Royal baking powder.s caaka B extract,
| 1 barrel »uiphnr. 2 can* g!y« « rln#», h cmm
and 8 itoxea drug*. 17 caa*-a toba<*co, 3)
raaeacigara. barrri* and 3 k«'ga liquor,
3*4 tiarrcU be«r, kfg» uatl«, :» pa/ kagt'v
; iMiwder. 2R huudlea hide?*. 2 boxes leather. |
VI tona bay, l
! '.jOJOOO fr* t lumber. 72 doom, y window*, 47
aa*h wMglit* arid 1«*. kead cattle
HHIPMKNTH -During the laat 24 hours
good* and merchandise have been ahlpped
from to the surrounding country bp
follow* Pug«*t Hound Hbort» road
ft tons: < trlnmMa and Puget Sound
railroad, 32 tons, of which 4 ton* wt-r- m» r
cbandiae, s. »ttle, leake Shore A Kaatern I
railway, 111 tona. .Steamer*-City of
Ouincy, Hi ton*. KSiza Aud**r»«in. 14' 2 tori*
| Kdith, 4'i ton*; Clara Brown, 1 hm; (Hide.
i t«ina. i.lef Krlcksou, 2 ton*; Success, l
ton, Aagu«ta, tona; Mouutaiiu-er, l h>n;
| Monroe, lotous: lola. 2 tons. Total ship \
; incuts, 20J' a tons.
TKf.KGßArilir MAKKETH.
HAN f H4>'< IMCO REytKW.
Han FaANriffco, l)ec. 17.—Wheat— A6- i
! varum in the |»rir ea for *bip* cau«e irr» at«-r '
r autlon on the part of buyer*, an.l tber»- Im !
not much di«j»oaiti(»n t<» purehaJM'. For i
! «tan<iard grade* II in the top
llarley-The tone of the market la soft,
j tbouxb holder* continue to a*k full quoted
flfur. s. M^oMl> 4 e.
<»aU Tb»* market farora buyer*, a* offer
inta are liberal; oyrr 'JOOO cental* from
Oregon were a<Me4 to theatocksthi« morn ,
in*, quotation* are tbe aame a* pre\ioualv !
aent.
Ilopa—Nothing doing.
I Potatoaa rttock iarir. and price* favor
buy era. lleceipta todar footed up II.OUU
*a« k*, more than one naif c«»ming from
j Oregon, are unchanged
Butter -Ka*y market, aaiet. at top figure* !
j are exceptional, fancy, got« 1 to
! choice. anr^iV
Kcga-eteody at the quotationa. demand
Udnr ir«K»d on aceount of the holidav*. j
Callfomte ranch. £tl</4a&r; atore lota,
aytyy.
No t barter* rej«»rted
>«EW TOE* UTOCK kKVICW.
Neo Y oti, I>ec. 17.—The courae of
price* on tbe *toek market wa- uteadily
upwani throughout tbe teßnion, without a
aet baek of imtv>rtance. Tnere wo« a
marked feeSing o® tbe *treet. Buy
lag of co#j k* and granger* by inaider*
wa* *ery opeu. Armour wa« quob da* ad
vlainie the pwcbaae of hla apecloity. St.
Paul, foe a Wiue pull- There wai extendi *
covenag of tkotv laU-r in the day, and the
upward movement extrude«l to tbe entire
i Hat The cioae at the higbe*t pricra of :
| the day.
Government* dull and firm.
aXCSAHQE aKU agiratriEv
Neo Yoaa.Dee. 17, Moneyou coll eaaier,
iaU 1.-an cboed .»(T«-r.-d IK
Prime merraatiie t«ap*-r. Sterling
exchange *Uody. U M 3, for bill*,
, It for demand.
a >*d«.
127 «> t * (coupotia; IOf*».
4* (coupona). i.»s paviict.* . un
4a regiatered)
arocK*.
Am Exprea* 110 V I* Preferred I
•an Pacific ... : t Sorthoe*tern lOf- 1 -
• i'an Wflilki lu. M\ Oregon Impr'v 09
Central Pacific.. n»< 4 Navigation (ex
Hurlington HI7* 4 dividend »0« 4 I
I»»-l A \M> ka Ttanaeonti'aL. jv'
i»- ti .a K. <»rde |H 'pacific Moll. *
! Erie i*', Reading 47*-! I
loke !*hor»- l#o lalaad 9h
1 .v NaahvlU* '-* x» St. Paul !
Mich. Ontroi n;» Tex a* Pacific 2l» „ I
Mo. Pacific 7is, (Tttioa Pacifij- .
j Kan*. A Texaa I3S. «*. ii Kxpß**
N. Y. Central iu:«. Well* Fargo 8x 14 »
; Nor Pacific £t { 4 \veateru I'nion. Ha'- H
*e* roaa MEacHAKtuaa mareet.
new v.,a*. Dec. IT. Hops - Steadv j
] and dull.
j Coffee—Option* opened dull and irregu f
i ?ar. an l cloaed Karelv steady ..o to j
4. p<viita below Sotnrdav, mlra. T_\fw*>
*<«•;* iuciudiue IV'C . fit so.t J . | 4 ! 7 ,
» li* Feb. til Sh4l • .»>. March, sl4 "SJitD
l• : • Sj»ot It to weaker: fair cargo*.*,!
;
>'iear -Kaw nominal, retlninl ateadf.
ropper Heavy; take Dec., sl7 20
1 * ad- Nominal
Tm Dull and eaaier Stroita, g-l 70.
j Par ciiver.
Petroleum weak at »2e and
after an advance t»f »,•-. <ave wa* under
•ellln* onter* from tin and declined
To market eloaed firm
Total kolcr. 1..*5.« <XM barrel*.
catcAfjo raoorcE W4Eeet
• ' " r 1 kotl eoiier
' M * i 4 : Jan .$1 o
"t« a>lv; cath, w" H . J* .. \j*
aJ* Steady; io*b 35* 4 c; Januar> _*»
it ay 2*p.
Par «■* No trading
Pork- \*«Ak atid 1 .oer cash, |U T
i j Jamiarv.llj "v.. Ma*. Its 2.»
lor»V Kaay.
i; r T:*,-
♦ Hit I • » LIVB anM'S, MAaaET.
j t'Ntcaoo. Dec 17. CattW Receipt*.
.. IA,0»; dull and \ »>* Jk* lower, on ae«\>unt
of etceaalve supply: beeve«. |j v.,t
' | atockera an<4 feeder*, t.' \ -»« a
J|ha»la and mixed. $1 *>*-v tV\a* rattle*
Hoc* Kefeipta, opet.ed <4lO
\ "trher. aud cloaed with the advance u«t;
• mitid, $\4Z light, $1 • <«»*> . heaiv.
; f5 10.06^
HiM-eip*«. MO; quu t aud ateady
naiho. f: 't i.' n>. Western. $. . • t-t -■
k Texan*. s*j io
uvsarvAU. liOAia waa*et.
a ; Uv*an»«'L. Ike. 1?. Whtat qaiet. hold*
j er* offer modemteiy. (\vs quiet but
ataodv. near mixfl o- atern. 4* 4k4 per
I evnta-
*tti!»%»(»(
. r ht Totmiii) PM 17
U«k Mtjxrb *aur*i. :»Uh <h Klw«il. ach
Krportrf.
, l\>*r |*=* ovt*Y. IV< i 4 - \rrfv<n!—Urif
„' I'*" T t«aii*UL Dc« IT. Arrived- hk
J K<>; an**, Jilt! K • w W
< f* k ■ 1 c s*a I too pajtrd
: In at noon* Cowiu* a Url tug T»-\-w» in
ba\ . I'fht n*>n (rwh aottthia»t w n4.
>a> F*aS<j*.\ l*e«-. i . -trrivM-':?
o*ntt>n, fVcia- I *hK oxnmoi rr,
N* '«liu v tk V.'lrt— *v....
i* Irnvol s?r i'a.. :->rr.a.
l"«»rtlta4 l\k i'o»U?i. IVrt < aahi*.
* karvd- >tr A*t.'r;a
t *ri»ti',;elvt l\*rf ij tk iY'.nr-.'af
3»*tUr.
K**. Ihv 17. *rri\«*l-K4*wM
Moe4*vtite.
'j cU ' • tana.
l\ Hi*#**?*AH.—*um# fellow, prob
j *b\* Orttßk. *vileJ a* !h" OCAdtxtor of a
t * mk>-<»ar ' :nufo< alo»* J*-*IKUI tlm-t U»t
1 J**\ •bout JO "Thrviw up jro«r hau l* *t?
|FT *hi»ot Thf cojA.iueu* ti
» rather hMtsk UuicuA£v au-t tbefeilow ah •■.
* probaM* not lu t-i* Uirel.ou 4 »f the «ar
>««ty *PW mtidailif
* *r Tf .. :
RUES SOU) FOR DRIRK.
I
Major Hilton * Brilliant Arrairn
of th* (f«Teni»ent.
He 'karf.a Htffc licaMa W»tfc
D.t.aaehla* lafaata far the
•ska af *»"»aa
I A week a coarae of temperanee or.
I rather. pr-Aibtttoa leetarea baa baes eot*
'■eaeed by *aj<r A- Hilton of
Waahlttffb#n. It. C. lo Frye'a opera borne,
i the «rvt beta* *ive» H«»d*yeve»inr Tfceae
>etnre« are ander the aiapieea of the W.
; t T. and eredrt i* doe the ladlea for
•beir rreat aetivlry
Major Hilton la an eloquent man, elo
'jaent la hl» eftetacaa. ekxioent in hla *e»-
tarea. el"«i«enS In keea. hrtlnr aatir».
mereileee aareaam. qoleh lo«te, nnmeroa*
anerdo*". and atartim* eompart*ina. He
make* a flae appearanee on Ibe platform,
lookia* ' oanc. eleaneat and tifomot.
f 'Vmieiimea bla rich tenor vofee
(rtt albthtly btaaky, tat hia
-noneiaUon U of tbe elearevt. aad i
bla licbt bloe eyea penetrate tbe andlenee
He »a of tbe Konde T*pe. bis tbonghtfal
' fare beln* art ,4f well ny a heavy .andy
. mtialarbe. Mai ir Hiltun'a ten jeara' ex
peri.oi'e 1 tbe internal revenue booka of
th.- eta'ea treaaury department haa
given bim a load of knowledge wbkrb he I
•an cae to rreat advantage aa a temper
anee acttator
ttif.MTCocuseap vs. HVUCI.
H.« theme -onday ni*ht. before a paeked
honao. waa "Kl*hteoaMje-M Veraua Keve
■ noe." He quoted fr»>m the pro- ;
verba of ryin-mon **B<-tter ia a
| little wish rtghteouroew than
rreat revennea without rcht." He elab->r
: ated partieoiarly npon tbe amail ad ran
! tac<- rained f-ir ( hrintlanitjr by sending j
among tbe h*atben when,
j aimuitaiir*>ii*ly, aoealledf'brialiau nati'in,
i are aeudlnc tarstwiof rum to enalave the
! tfatj-er. wiirae tban ever. Tbe New Krtr
j iand atatea were tbe Uifideat in their arita
' ti .n lor the abolition of alatery, yet Ma) .r
HiiUin retailed the fa>;t that one veanel |
Whirh left bay for Afrira
earrled only one raua,o:i.ry bot JO.'JOO gal I
j lull* of New Kngland rum.
irrrrsoos etnti Bcabim.
The Wble readfne (riven at the Flr«t Pre*
byterian i bnreh at 3 j> in. in the afternoon
! kaa very Inu-rentinii, the 37th Paalm belnc
aeiected. Tbeaie bible readinrs will con
» linue durinr the week.
uuue uuri uk id« »e* *.
RETKATaLor BABYHOOD.
*-»ening'« lecture at the opera houae
: waa attended by a large audience. Rev.
Elliott W. Hroon opened and cloaed the
meeting with prayer, and a large coitection
; wa* taken up for the benefit of tbe W. C. T
! I' "Watchmen up«<utbe wall* of /ion" waa
the theme, the firat eight vertea of the '
thirty-third chapter of ladng read
to form the boai* of the apeaker'a elab
oration*. The lecture wa* really an at
taek upon tbe prevailing hiirh I cenae
: aiat«rn of r>*gu!ating tbe liquor traffic.
1 T«» night be will endeavor to ahow the re- j
lationahip of the government to the
| ilqtior traffic. In the courae of la*t
night'* lecture he aald in mbalance:
Ibeam of Ju laa might be look"! upon |
a* light in comparjmm w.th the coutinuocs ;
crime of the liquor traffic in betrayal of
humaiiity. The *aloonkeej»er <»f this
< bristiati land iu this nineteenth « entury
Itetravina mankind, wou.auki id. r>- >
buiMl. girib<»oi, and babvheod. Why, only
i la»t year it wai gathered from tbe statiatiea
tliat J l- boy* and !<*>; girla. all under tbe
aire of 14 year* patronized the aa!«Kin» iu
na w Tan dn a one i btvc Men in that
honeycombed city nun. women aud chil
dren drinking In'er, *lop out of old
; torna'o can* at one rent a drink. Dr.
Tttomp-Mtu. of the *ocictv for the
1 repr««aion of the »ale of liqnor to
m nors, atate* that in one year in New York
in oue year IVj.uUU children went inte the
aabion* between 12 and 1 p. m., and 5 aud
6p. Ed, and over a hundred were seen j
going into one saloon during the noon ;
i hour. Do yon wonder how tbe appetite is
; fastened npon the children, when their
parent* aend them «»ut to buy beer, and
b> increa**.- a revenue to the government f
for which it ha* no uae. In Thicaso it
wa« fnund that IJ.OUU chiidren visited the
aaloou* of that city and tb!s «ave rise to
the famous low and Order League. I re
rneinl>er a little scene at «iae of the inves
! tigation* of the league. A little fel
low. between the as,'e of H and 'J years,
came stagg*-rinE Into achool at 1* o'clock in
the morning, lie tdojrgered from de»k to
deak uutii finally he *ank helpb-aaiy into a
c hair. He was tak. n up and aske«i where
lie obtained hia liquor The i»oor besotted
babe wa* too unconscious for some time,
j but after a time he began fumbling his
pockets. He h*»k oat a boy's paraph* r
nnlia of atriaga, nalla, tops, etc . bvt
seemed nuzxled to not find what he was
looking for.
Then a bright idea struck him and he
»tooped and nicked up a brightly illumi
nated card from the floor It had holes
& tinched all around the tnargiu. "Jerry
onroe," he oaid, "gives ns those: one
punch mean* a glass of beer, two boles a
whisky *traitrbt, and the boy win*
has tbe nio*t bobs iu bis card in
a month gets a prize." "Well, what
lis the prizr*" "Why the first prize is a
Docket uiabjl. the secon 1, a life of the
Jame« broth fa. and tbe .bird, a meer
schaum pipe."
Ah, you can laugh, but think of 12.000
children g«»ing into such dens a* Jerry
MonroeV Once when 1 waa comiagdouu
Wa'iien avenue I *aw a great gilded sign.
There waa a magnificeut palace with
< <ioors swinging inward and outward I
nad the sign. It wo* "Jerry Mouroe's'
w by, they < an well afford to pay foOO for
I debanehlag yonr children? Look at yost
io-\»*pa|>er« if you want to kuow what
the liquor traffi doe* for humanity.
One day a matt waa waiktug along this
thoroughfare, aud heard sound* o
langnter across the atreet There
waa a big crowd laughing at
the *!oor. He felt an irresttbie impulse
tocroaathe atreet and see what it wa*
about I»owu in front of tbe grand bar
«a* a little eight-yenr-old boy, covered
with mud, and lying on tbe tl»or too drunk
: t«» get up. Aud the *aloon keef er an l the
bartender aud this crowd of stalwart,
trrown-np meu u**re laughing at the p«>or
thing Ihe man elbowed the < rowd a«ide
and picked tbe boy up. It wa* hi- own
-baby son' Funny, waa at ii* Luny!
Christiana in this nineteenth century
iu a Christian land' lie t«H.>k the
boy home, and the little fellow
i lav at the point of death for three weeks.
Four week* after, when the boy bad ju*t
r covered, his father passed down tbe same
j street. There waa the same laughter, the
' same crowds, aud the »ame Impu «e to «o
.over and s e what It waa all about, for
I he thought of hi* own l*>> there a few
weeks before. his way through
the crowd agaui.be *a-v hi- boy acaiu and
in company with a little fellow six years
old. and the crowd wa* trying to make
them dance but they were too drunk to
j *-tand He picked them un, and
I then that aakkon keeper, nfs bar
tender, and that crowd of big
men struck him and knocked him down,
and beat him. kicking him and trampling
upon him. and that fact is upont'huogo's
police annal* t«>day
Thus did Major Hilton fire his audience
last night. We'll deliver them up to
| you," pais tbe government, "for so many
pieces of *:lver " of course the '.aw never
' contemplated such violations, but where
wa« tbe saloonkeeper wbo wo>ild not vio
hkte tta nor la wa. Be refetrad in his anee
dotea to siii h ras> s as t at of Lizzie M -
Qnlrk of V w Vo'», wit.»tried to ; ertrr hr
■ >evev. m -utlold 1 h'ws for driuk. ami
; then threw one in a cellar and an j
1 other in an a*h banel; a little girl
1 who died of pneumonia on Or- sou
*:r»-1. t'Sfv« land. to the mn--.
of the c.irv * and ! 'a, . bemv of ber drunk
«n par .•• the ia»c of a man tiat ud
Michael >hade iti «'hie»sO, who iu a
s druns* n tit Ik.*? bis a * ? « brains out
with their own 'ittle helpb-s t»abv; an en
ineer'a heroism on on kastern :otd the
.1 e.m «a -H,m»T!yr .•<». n, % b« n, xt'
'i*nal. put the s n over bfa place.'
* i ad *o Ht'i fh laan iu New York,
a fi«>. getting h s lOcent drink so-.n :
enotigb, shot the ban. ocr. and three cavs ,
afterwani, *tuug bv r**m *r*e, hung hlms-'if
to hit cell d«>or xnt* sold to s«tan. and
betrayed t • the liquor traffi hy : e .-o\.
t ertiment bar a uickel anteee. tostly Mayor
Hiltou reached the h'gue*i Ctlmat b> his
craphu- a« *>f an engineer'* heroism
in rushing into a burning locomotive and
; saving the live* of 6" JO Jersey City excor
*i'»ni»ts. bis c othe* N i.»g burned off him.
* •» •' a d the throttb* b*-tng
t'Uroed to the bone, and a* be pulled tbe
tl.mttle. Armlm down almost lifeless
upon the red Tbe the
Urctuier mo<}e of this was r: «t he liquor
traffic wo« one burning tra; :. with WU,Uk>
sonU in i *corlv. an I a'.l ahrleking tou
der oh would m«- hend> ecgines'rs
SC «e the red-hot thrtHtle. and guide the
1 tram and it* ahrteking human .'-eight
r safely Into the harbor of Prohibition
% Wry N;«t*rluQi M mdrr
s** i«w v. --*.'«■« tm«.
K. I *ncf« ni vraa exonerated b* the p.-: •..>»
OiifM to oifrfct from th* barveof
* uiotteitl Cuuduf! »«4 netf'e t of ou?> tc
m*kißf »v> «rrr«u ia Ui« Hank Kv ha«*v
aaU»oo on tbe erenir.f of I>e-*ember \
k »h»a j«»*e;>t» Have* «i« ih«4
, a»4 k?l'.e»t LASirfortl h«« a? «<ne
' tim«* heM on aoopietoa of l*»r< tn;iltoa
isi the *&«■%>« I**, t»ut f* r« u be
r 'f r !h«* <
» \»a that at ffce *.imo the !»•*.
v.'*- 1 l a.icf ord'a arm* aerv p-Bi.u\*«| r..:«
U-hii**! If* unlaoau that (tie
■ wa* rn i t h-'lid. a- i 'ha*
> ?:»• *as r a^ra'.l ili tak ti ; *
1 ta.l d«nt
**ati Frtacltoa Rfpahlkaa C- ntrits.
Fui - ;■ ■ • - If i OKI
Uxe *■ am. v»o oi «arvra2 -a »vf r ;0 };,..
pu : *an <s>uata (ommlßct i>,i 4 a:»-
it aaiitfttej rhal the follow la* kcp«t»i.
feat»■• s«-«! t«> (tiQint va!« »•<«
br ii !v r .-;r : ; ta ta !i»««
* V t*anj.Oatra f%if aaprr«t
r m%, aa4 Haurv Man;a. J \
aa«lK 1 urr». oa . a!ta fr»r l.»e
. t « frnm t»:r tt i> Ui< i lairti ! ...ni * ;i .!
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A. y M«rUu.raad; .»■.<• ( tilt*nutetßXn
th* tvralr fifth ilaMtt
SEATTLE POST-INTELLIGENCER TUESDAY, DECEMBER 18.
' BUL NRM nuairns.
OM4> EimW tt llw A udttor'f
0«M TwUiOf.
I Keal f*Ml* transactions froa* Jmrnrj
t. Saw. to date arc tu.mjm 1« Tbm
were IM lor record yesterday M
| the considerations aggregatingfli.}'* «.ao
*reragt of ten «. Following is the list as
farnisbed by »owl A Osborne. tbatneton
: of title
XUbw! Phillips t> P. G. Haddock. Lots S.
» and IS. Mlt 1.). able Line add. to Seattle.

Ji. P Railroad to R- Win**:*
«'< of ae»4 of se*, of nc,. r*», tp » o. r
S e.
A. V Barnum to P. E Bamasi. lot I, bik
42. A. A. Denny's 3d add. tz.
L W. To-arab Bantam, lot 2. bik
: 'I, A. A Deonv's 3<i aid., Z.
H. T. SeoO to P E. Bar-asm, lot* 30 *o<i
a. bik s. Rcxs add.. *J&B.
G. Katling to stn'l Olson. lot 4. bik 17, of
Laws ut. la*).
E. E Simpson to H. C. Estep. lota • and
7, bik 27. oi i'or»pst<>~k • Mr. n-i*>
Chautauqua to F.. E. Perry.
!•*, H. ti aod I*. bik 7. Cnavtaaqua
Beach. |7",
Geo. Dorfeil to W W Beck. bik E. Ra
venna Springs Park. 1350.
Coai auqn* Assembly to W W. Berk,
lot X, bik B. Cbaotaaqaa Beach. I- ■
V. Hugo Smith etal to J. MeKenny and
). l> Heenarfc, kx i, bik 5, S. P. add. to W.
seatt»**. %VH
W. F D««rborß ?o He*. X. Th*sj>, lot 3,
bik 2, Yrtkr'iM a id . IJftJ.
M F Msrpby to C. C. PlotMrb. lots 11.12
; and 13. bik 5, OeHdeatal Heijrbls ad<l. to
Wett r*-at?ie. |2TO
(' H. H«k' rto A W-jodwtfd, lati 1 sod
Z b!k 3. Palatini Hill add.. *Zi&
O. A. Carr to Thorns* VioMr. that pt
4 . ne* 4 . lec 7, tp 60, r5 e. »e of Seattle,
Uk>- £hort A Ka>Wrn railway. 1250.
F Wioaor to Amos T Vtttwr, tbat pt
•e'+s se«* 7. tp ♦; n r 5 e. §e of Seattle,
JjUf Hkiofe A Eastern rail war, s'£o.
I A Wiosor to Amr« T. Win*or, lot§ 2, 3
and 4. bik 11, Bigeiow's add., supple
mental. $436.
I. H Griffith to L. A. Griffith, lots Ito 6
inclusive, bik I*. Dewey# add.. HKX).
W F Nichols to p. P. M. Miller. e?£ lots
5 and ♦>. b'k :**, of D. T. Denny's 3d aid. to
North .-eattie. S£TGO.
lx>ui« Coiideville to Wm. Montgomery.
; h-' 4 of »w 4 « and lot 4. see I*. tp U n. r 6
e. ii'«oe.
V. 11. Smith to Charles Gould, lot 3. bik 5,
Soatbcra Parifie add to W*?«t Seattle. IliS.
Hrtiry to W. H. Adam*, tef-4,
1 s*r 10. tp n. r7 e. *t*X>.
N P. k. R. »o Fred Brooks, lots 5,6. 7,
■ and M. sec 27, tp 21 n. r 6 e. $ 73 40.
Ja/ob S hr ider to Fred Hoekbninn, lot 1.
bik 22. in Wm. N. Pell's f»th and A.
Bell's heirs add., Si«JOO.
PABSBSGBK LISTS.
«»rejron <fc California—Pa«s*d Medford—
J. H. Smith and li ster. I>r. B. I'. Agnew,
Mra. Toiler, J. W. Hamanar, C. L. Aibin,
( ban. Ha2>|W]r, W. Grey. John Cottage, E.
M. Newf**r, J. I'.a heior. E. C. Eikin. Mrs.
Kofers, W. 11. sheJa'-. Mr. Webber, and kS
emigrants.
on -*.>u Short Line—Passed Huutington
jf. B*even«. H. W. Jennine*, L. H." Rol
and. Mi"- D:*-tz. J. E. Jer. nines,
John Gibaon. Geo. Kaudall, Peter Moxon.
V. Wb if more, Mis* Wallace, E. L. Bowman
•nd wife, L. I>obbin« aud daughter, Tbo*.
K~ed. H. Ball, R. Freucb. A. L. Rosedale,
and 70 second tttk*.
A COXOI CtOP/S ENEMIES.
Third Attempt to Wreck a Califor
nia & Oregon Train.
DIXON, Cal.. Dec. 17.—A freight train
ruumut? ahead of time rau into an obsirur
lion, between Dixon and Fremont, this
morning about 3 o'clock. The train was
ruuuinjc slow aud n«. damage resulted.
The obstruction consisted of five whist
ling-posts, which had been pulled up at
two station*, and the object evidently was
to derail the Oregon express, of which
Richard M.»ore was conductor. This i*
the third attempt to wreck the train of
which be is conductor.
Mississippi Train Robbery.
GRENADA. La.. Dec. 17. Passenger train
No. 2on the Illinois « entrai railway was
' robbed £«tnrday niebt one mile north of
Dark Hill, by two men. Thrte thousand
dollar* was taken from the express c ar.
Charles Hughes of Jackson. Tenn., a pass
enger, attempted to open tire on the rob-,
bers. but was shot dead. The place of the
robbery was an open low marsh about 60
yards from the woods. Both robbers rau
ea»>tward into the swamp. Bloodhounds
have been secured to aid in trailing them.
MKMPIIM, Dec. 17. —Officials of the South
ern Express Co., fay their loss by the train
robbery Saturday night near Duck Hill,
Miss., will not exceed 13000. The train
which followed had IKft.GOO in the express
car.
A Louisiana Family Feud.
GRAND COTEAC, La., Dec. 17.— The shoot
ing affair of Saturday was the result of a
feud which had existed between members
of the Higgiubotbam family for the last
three or four years. The parties were at
tending horse races when the difficulty
arose. It is said .TO or more shots were
fired. A young man named Beard, who
acted a-» peacemaker, wan shot and instant
ly killed. Twoof the Higginbothains were
shot. One died during the night aud the
other i« seriously wounded. Two other
person- were wounded, one <4 them the
mother of young Beard. Her wound is not
serious.
Think They Hate "Black Bart."
Los ANGELES. Cal., Dec. 17.—Four men
were arrested Sunday afternoon who are
believed to !*• the gang who plnudered the
station at St-pnlveda and robbed the guests
at the Four Mile house Saturday nigfct.
It i> also thought they were conct rued in
the attempted robbery of Nielsen's grocery
here They gave the names of Frank
Cochran. J. W. Jerinain. Bill Jones and
George Kerbv. The latter, who i* a tall
inaa with a short bla<-k beard, is thought
to be the road-agent who has been oper
ating of late in tbe northern counties.
I'roltaltlf Murder in Sun Francisco.
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 17.—A man named
John Taylor was stabbed in the side to
day by Edward Price, ami it is believed
the wound will prove fatal The cause of
the stabbing i« nat known, though Price,
who gave himself up, says Taylor attacked
him in a saloon aud he stabbed him in
self-defense.
To Itelteve Maxwell (irarit Settlers.
Dec. 17.— The subcommit
tee of the horns committee on private land
claim* agreed to report favorably to the
full committee the jo at resolution K*>kinsr
to relief of the settlers on the Maxwell land
sraut.
Freight Kates liestored.
YotcK. Dec. 17. —Freight rate*, both
east and west bound, were restored by the
truuk lines thin morning.
John it right l« Worse,
LONDON, Dec. 17.— John Blight ha« suf
: fered a relapse.
Do Not Suffer Any Longer.
Knowing that a cough can be checked
in a day, and the fir*t stagesof consump
tion broken in a week, we hereby guaran
tee Dr Acker's Knglish Remedy for con
snrapGon, and will refund the money to
all who boy. take it as per directions, a;id
do not find our statcraeut correct. A. K
Stewart, druggist.
Ul < hr>>nie. Nervous nnd Special
I>l«#ase« Skillfull* Treated.
Dr. K <» Johnson, who recently spent
eight m oitbs in the principal hospita >
;» h tin.* raed: si insfitutisns of New
t Y«»rk City investigating the most nxvot
discoveries it* medicine and surgery, hav
ing resumed practice in Seattle. :s pr<-
pared to treat all classes of chronic
ma la>1»«•» such as liver complaint, dvs
pei«sia. rbeumatis'n. all affections of the
i kidneys, heart an 1 Inng-. all skin and
. blood diseases, all ailments arising from
a w»ake«od nervom system, all rectal
.-iisea** s, all gentto urinary diseases, A*. id
ali disease* peeuttar to women, according
t > the latest and most Improved method*.
('•MkstiltaMou t v • a in • r* •
• :•> and -0, New Yesler t>»* k.
Mill street dA»
S. BAXTER & CO.
Offer ior sale In lota to sc.it:
WiO Sacks K*r!j Ro«o Potatoes.
1000 Sacks Peerless Potatoes.
•iOO Sacka Ilarhr.uk Potatoes.
100 Tons Timothy Hay.
KM) Ton* Timothy and Clover Hay
100 Tons Eaatsrn Washington
Wild Hay. &0 Tons Wheat.
£ Can Bran and Shorts, mixed.
'JO ton Ground a 0.l Rolled p arlay
Spokane Mills Extra Floor.
Mills Extra Flour.
5000 Sacks Choice Washington
Oats.
How Doctors Conquer Death
I - Wa <t K.llftmvcod "After*
; Mpfflemv 1 have come to tbf ma
K that t*•> thirxis of all death* frv«m
«ich«, psj**Qatonia au4 contain ptu>n
„ iN« • ■ 1 ; -«l if I>t A ker't English
Remedy f*r .-ownm jvtjon were only <arv
,ai-s in time ' Th • iroadrrf^i
••' V- i* * InuUr a pt.i^iiwguarantee
®* A B >ir* • rt, cntjrxiat. 2
Flrsi-Ciasa FilTate Wis!
I rot sK. it) . MAKIO.N VXI> FttMM
I t »:». or.r ii-n. -vt Poer.l h> J* T
»**ek or nrvnt- T~v r »
WHY WOMEN FADE.
W«*»e»'.iee their br»«ty bntnw «:j»
nadermiae iMr III*, br Acker'* Er.g: »h
Kemedy for eoa-u-9j>t:,o ;• au iU..a:c
ear* f.«r nWi For .ale b* A. Ii Stewart
ilrnrr:*:
. W. S. & T. CO.
CABSTIVOTHEU.I.IUIL
F
[WINTER ARRANGEMENT
*
! UATTLK-P9IT TOIISEIB IQBTI
• CTEAMEK rDtTH win &rs DAILY
O MWWD SEASTIE and Pott Towaaead.
i ieatißj sear.;* at L» » p. m. »w*tag <«
» PortMadlwj. Port Gajcbl* and Port L»«V
low. R*tara;A*-LE»T* Port Townaaad
daily except £*ADAR > at f 30 A M.
SEITTLE-fBATCOM lOO7L
I Stea»Eß Elixa Ande-wo leave, SeatUe
day. Tat«iay au.l TH*l*lay a: 9 a. M.
toocbißS at CUBMO. Conpeviiie. C tsajuiy.
. beeepaoa, iwoka
B.aS'-banl Fi:r l :*v-a. Belliofbasi and
hotne. EetamiDg—Leave, Whatcom 3lav
J da J i Wedoeadaj, and Friday, at 7 p. m
sEATTLE-Li COHSEB KODTE.
j Steamer City of Qifncy leaves Seattle for
1A Coocer Tuewlav. Tbariday and garar
uD.t at 7a. ■>.. towbio; at way port,. Be
I taming alternate day*.
j For freight and pa»ase apply at compa
ny', office on Yealer", Wbarf
GEO. S. JACOBS. Secretary.
.CaiaJlai Pacific NatiptiiCs.
UKITEO )
STEAMER
PRE.MIEH
W-unro SOUTH.
Lf in- - -iiiuvi
Vanoou-. .. jim'lay Town<*nd, Tharada;
A Tharaday -■ pi» <i Monday 9-JO f a
Town*nd. Monday Seattle., Friday an<*
<k Tbareda: 11 pi: Tuesday -00 an-
Seattle, Tuesday and Taeoma. Friday ani
Friday «am Taevlay 10(am
BOUND NORTH.
LEAVE JKRIYX
Tarmna. Tuesday A Seattle. TUE*lay and
Fnday 2:9Upn Friday 4:30 p M
■feattie. Wednesday Townsend, Wedn (DY
i A Saturday. CAM A Saturday .9-00 a M
rowuiend.Wedn'sdj \.<neoover, Wedne*-
JI Saturday 10am day A Satdy SJO p m
DATS OF DEPARTL'RE FROM SEATTLX
WedneMays and SatuMay,.
BAYS OF ARRIVAL AT SEATTLS,
Taesdavs and Fridays.
JOHN A. O'BRIEN, Master.
| F. J. CHURCH A*ent at Seattle.
Johi* lavijcs, C. P. N. Co. LA.
|
| Pacific Coast Steamship Co,
One of the
ELEGANT A 1 IRON STEAMSHIPS
j Of this company will leave Ocean Dock,
| Seattle, every Friday at 6 o'clock p. m.
J( Passengers received on board at 5 i>. m.)
For Port Townsend, Victoria
AND SAN FRANCISCO.
Qseen of the Pacific Nov. 9.
Umatilla Nov. 16, 30, i>ec, 14, 2S.
• Walla Walla Nov. 13. Dec. 7, 21, Jan. 4.
Returning, steamers leave San Francisco
every Friday at U o'clock a. m.
FOR ALASKA.
Steamer* leave as above fortnightly for
Wrange!, Juneau, Sitka and other Alaskan
, ports.
1 Idaho Dec. 11, 31.
x j A neon Nov. 19, Dec. 17, Jan. 14.
\ FO2 FREIGHT OE PASSAGE APPLY TO THE
i COLUMBIA PUGET SOUND R. R. CO.
W. B. SPENCER, l gent.
H. McLELLAN,
Puget Sound Supt. P. C. 8. S. Co. Seattle.
OR. & N. CO.'S
STEAMERS.
TO TAKE EFFECT MONDAY, NOV 19.
STEAMERS
VITILL LEAVE SEATTLE CITY DOCK
▼ v for Tacoma daily, except Sunday, at
1:30 a.m., 11:30 a. m. and 6:4.) p.m.
For Tacoma—Sundays at 1:30 a. m. and 4
p. m.
For Victoria—Daily, except Sunday, at
1:30 a.m.
For Olyiapia—Daily, except Sunday, at
1:30 a. m.
Touching at intermediate points on all
. ' routes.
Seattle, Whatcom 4 Semiahmoo Route.
STEAMER CEO. E. STARR
I Leaves Seattle at 9:30 p. m. Mondays,
, Wednesdays and Fridays. Arrives at What
com at 11 a. m. Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Saturdays. Returning, haves Whatcom at
1 p. m. Tuesdays and Thursdays, aud on
Sundays at" a. m. Arrives at Seattle at 2
a. m. Wednesdays and Fridays and on Sun
. days about 9p. m.
Leaves Whatcom for Semiahmoo Satur
, days at 1 p. in. Leaves Semiahmoo for
Whatcom Saturdays at sp. m. f arriving at
, . Whatcom about 9 p. m
>j N<>Tl< E—Steamer lands at all regular
i landings except Oak Harbor, Laconnerand
Fldalgo.
U. S. Mail Steamer Hassaio
Leaves Seattle for Whatcom and all way
landings Sundays, luusday* and Thurs
• da*s at 11 p. m. Arrives at Whatcom M«»n
--! days, Wednesdays and Fridays at 5 p. m.
Returning, leave* Whati oin same days ac
s::» p. m , arriving at Seattle Tuesdays,
| Thursdays and Saturdays at Ip. m.
W. H. HoLCOMB, Gent. Manager.
' C. W. JOHNSON, Superintendent.
A. L. MAXWELL,
Genl. Pass, aud Ticket Agent
J. R. POLLEY, Ixxal Agent,
City Dock.
STR. FLEETWOOD.
FAST TIME
Between Seattle, Tacoaa and Oiytapla
and way pors; firrvinu passenger*.
Northwestern au<i \\ lis Farsjo"> mail,
express and fas: freight.
TIME TABLE.
Lv. Olympiad *. ru. Lv. atil .i <Op. m.
Ar. Tacoina .10a. in. Ar.Ta 01 < -i 00 p. m.
Lv. Taeorna. 1! a nt Lv.T«, o . n | 4p.ni.
• Ar Seattle . lp m. Ar.oljn|>it7JDf.m.
•Leave o'.jajt a daily. except Monday.
Th:s s'ear* e r d* part> sfrlrth on schedule
I time; only boar akin? round tripon Sun
day; xnealson .-•aM
GEO. FOSTER. Agent Seattle.
1 rioro iayhum comm.
i IWE STEA MER
Henry Bailey
I EAVE- Yfc>l..:i \N H \RP FoR TCLA
\ + iip, Stan wood, Mt Vernon, >:•
au«! intermediate points every Satuniav
■ ; and Wednesday.
K«»r fr*d»:ht of rates apply on board steara
> er or to Ge«v H. K'^te 1 * ajo'iit
- T. i>K NN Y. Master.
nm< v\ik;\tio.\ comm.
THE STEALER
Skagit Chief
I EAVES HARRINGTON A -MITH'S
I j whar: f • -»n Jnan I« and*, touching
ar r'inTAin l>a.ad>. Man wood. Laroi.uer,
Friday Ha'hor ana R«* he Harbor evenr
Snndav and Thursday.
For freight or rat* * applv on Niard steam -
er. or to HARRINGTON A SMITH. Ageut*
HENkY BAILEY. Master.
: STKVMKH(I.tItt BROVI.N
I EAVES YES LEE'S WHARF FOR TA
j 1 j coma. Olympia s* 1 Big *:'
a. in. every Monday. W»-dueadav and frt
day.
Re taming, leaves Sbeitno, Bit ftookur
* at Ta. a. every and Sa--
, nrday.
, STEAMER W. F. MUNROE.
i j Carrying C. 8. Mail.
Leavca Seattle f>»r Kdmitnda. Xnkite*
MarysriUe an 4 Saobrauih
i I>olly» exo«tpt Numlay.
For or paaMge liKinire on boar
£ . or at Tarter wharf.
*. D BKOWSFIKLD. Manager.
USCMfeS H. A«en: r*-attie.
ADVICE TO MOTHKI*.*).
[ Mr* Wlnsloar'a N"»nfcir,t!ivTßj>. fwrhiK
dren teething, is the prescription of one of
female nar*ea an« physicians iu
the I t sratea.
lortT year* with uever fa.i;a* nwwi by
nii :«iaa of mothers for their chiidrvn.
, During tbe procesa of teething its raiat- it
» tncalemiabte. It relieves the ihil<3 from
i pa.a. cure* dysentery and diarrhea. jmp
mc -a the bowel* au4 wind colic By *!▼-
. in j health to the child it reat* the m«*daer
I Price xsc a boit.e j* w
| Seattle. Like Store k Eastern Sj.
CHAMEOF TIME.
r i /\S ASD AFTER SrXDAY. DECEMBER
» U IS. vm. train, wiU depart from and
; arrive at Seattle as follow,-
L j Fall* City. Gilaan. 1 Leave. Arrive.
„ ! Snobocaish and way
[I ««BOM.COADECTLNJ ! B ,J# , D SA R N
'j at Unk>r Bay with
1* boa» on Lake Wash-
Si ington
j Oilman and way *ta J B 4<o p m u «» m
coca » r
|So^omiriiaadway< A »0.',, m
I atation, >
t «->rUiK TEAISV
.! To Smith's Cove B 7:10 am »-toam
r -' To Ballard B»t-am11 40 * m
'' To Yesier.conneoti'gi
with 1-iat* on B 130 p m 3Sopm
Washington
"A" daily. "B" daily except Sjtaday.
W. J. JENMXGB,
Gen. F. and P. Agent.
•J THE GREAT
TtASSOOSTUESTAL MTI!
■ Northern Pacific
L RAILROAD.
VU THE
Caacada Di-riaio*. Now Cow
plated. Making it tk« Short
est. Boat and Quickest.
The Dining Car Line. The Direct Route.
; So Delays. Fastest Trains. Lowest Rates
> to and all points Ea*-_ Ticket,
f wild to all prominent Poi nt» throughout the
r East and Southeast. Through Pullman
' \ Drawing Room Sleeping Cars.
r. Uons can be secured in advance.
T, East Baa ad Paweagen:
a Be careful and do not make a mistake,
y ' but be sure to take the
\ Sertiers Pacific Railroai,
And see that Tour ticket reads VIA this
I line, St. Paul or Minneapolis to avoid
change* and serious delay, occasioned by
•tii lT routes.
Through emigrant Sleeping Cars run on
regular express train, full length of the
line Berths free. lowest rates, quickest
- time.
Ueaersl Office ef the Company, sa. S Wash
ington st., Portland, Oregon.
I , A. P. CHARLTON, Ass'tGen. Pass. Agt.
So. 2 Washington St, Portland, Or.
W. B. SPENCER.
! Ticket Agent, Seattle, Wharf.
A. CHILBERG,
Ticket Agent. Seattle.
1 Canadian Pacific
[\ RAILWAY.
5 THK TItUK
TRI\S('O\TI\E.\TAL ROITE
BETWEEN^
THE PACIFIC AND THE ATLANTIC
rS I'ASSENGER E , .'IfMENT 13 THI
finest in the world,c. v>tingof Luxnn
oas Sleeping Cars, havin drawing, insoi
ing ami bath rooms; Co (ortable anc
Clean Colonist Cars, with r ce Sleeping
Berths for holders of second c lass tickets
and the most modern style of day coaches
Its Dining Cars aw'i Hotels provide tht
best quality of food in unlimited qeantitj
at reasonable rates.
The Variety and Grandeur of Scenery
. along its liue is nueqnaled, and in the de
I tails of track, train service, etc., nothing if
k omitted that can add to the Safety and
' Cemfort of its patrons. All in all, it give>
the best and most servicable line of travel
whether for business or pleasure, betweet
Portland, Tacoma, Seattle, Victoria and aV
• i Pacific Coast Points, and Winnepeg, Min
neapolis, St. Panl, Chicago. St Louis, Otla
wa, Toronto, Montreal, Boston, New York
and all Eastern Cities,
j Throagh Tickets are Issued to all Priartpx
Poiats ta tke l aited States, laaada
and Earope at Lowest Kat.s.
For detailed information apply to the fo
| lowing agents of the company:
t C. G. McCORD,
6 Washington St., Portland, Oi
. ! E. W. McGIN'NESB, Seattle, W. T.
' E. E. ELLIS. Tacoma. W. T.
D. E. BROWN,
1 j District Freight and Passenger Agent,
Vancouver, B. C.
! Correspondence respectfally solicited.
;|TO SAN FRANCISCO, CAL
1 BY WAY OF TH*
i Seta Pacific Compau;'!
LINES.
; THE MT. SHASTA ROUTE.
t Quicker in time than any other ronte U
tween
i SeattleandSanFrancisco
LEAVE SEATTLE DAILY AT 4 P. M.
- ARRIVE IN SAN FRANCISCO, 7:40 A. M
Throntrh Time Fertj'Eifrlit Houra.
The Grand Scenic route of the Pacific Coa*<
PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS.
Tonriat Sleeping Cart
For accommodation of recond class pasaet-
Sera attached to express train*.
For tickets and other information call o
A. CHILBERG, i
Ticket Afent, Seattle, W. T
E. P. BOG EES,
Assist. Gen. Freight and Pass. Agt at. j
R. Ko*HLKR, Manager.
' PICET SOIMI SHORE R. R.
J Time Table Taking Effect Sunday,
December 8, 1888.
Leave. Arrive. '
; Sonthern and Eastern I 0 _,„ , ... „ „
Express.. ( S.3sa.n>. •> 35p m
Southern and Eastern; c ,. ,«
Majt j !..*■>p.m. s^ja-m.
! Sea:tie and - *, m
Freight i li:c..pm 6«ip.m.
Southern aud Eastern mail carries Pnll
. ; man sieei ers.
I A. NADEAC,
General FreUthiantl Paascnger Asent
T. J. MiI.N EH. Manager.
COLIHBIA & PI«ET Mll \D
RAILROAD.
TimeTabie. Taking Eflect
Sunday, Nov. 11, 1888.
Trains arrive aii.-i leave Seattle as fol f
lows:
Leave. Arrive, :
Newcastle and wa« » _ , iAr f
l stations 'mixed!.. .t soo a - m P- •*
r Franklin and way sta-* 7 00a. m. J 4T» p. m |
-1 *Coal S oep. m.lO 10 p. m.
T. J. MILVKR
j J. A. NADEAC, i, F. and P. Att
. tONEY TO LOAR OS MOSTGIGES.
HOUSES TO KENT I
t>tlices to Htent •
- Ia tha BOSTON BLOCK nad the
COLONIAL BLOCK.
Wall locnteil aora property for
&ale cheap, close to KIRK
LAND and at WEST
SEATTLE.
Apply to
1 HERMAN CHAPLN;
JAMK* STKKKT,
* Oerldwiul Hotel. »
Mark lYn Soic am! Andrew kaii.
i
ll't HAVE RE' KIVED AN IMMKS-E
»▼ consignment of fanrv goods dirt <t j
from China and Japan. an<i we ran now
ffft-r the Sa«-*t pore?', as n Chlnaware ever
, eahihit din The Vo thwest. Chice«e an«l
• Japanese enrioaftfcea a ape< i«;tv. v\ .• \ aea
tbr best assorted stork for «.* naMnn* pros- ;
enta un *aie in Seattle. ICO- Front sir»«t.
JAPANBAZ AAr7
» cisßi jirußi rcKitm
Ja»t rweived direct, imported from Jft pen
- which wiii be *>! deL ap. Aiktoieetbesi
iJtS. E'e-ctric U*ht Bm 'inc. Trent
i HEATING APPARATUS.
r j
t CEALEIi PKOPOr>AI> Win. BE KE :
-| C? celved by the h.*rd •>! director* I
> for »ctio». Ji«rict No. 1 until Saturday. Lie 1
1 comber A for *app)«itig h*aunr separata* ,
- or the Central achool buiMmx l*ameu ;
• !«n tc»y be obtained t,v •pp)yi> !( to W. E. i
Boooe. architect. The board rmerTrl the
n«ht to reject any or all bid*.
•ji N BURANCE!
IS ILL RK BBAUCVn.
IfHre, Alarine, Lile and Occident.
I *
TAYLOR k BURNS, Agents,
'• Do an Exclusive Insurance Business, representing 25
companies, the best in the world. Prompt
payment cf losses.
Refer to any of otr old customers.
OSes tn B a tier*. Building. Jam** (treat. Seattle.
;! Balfour, Guthrie & Co.,
SHIPPING AID GEMAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE BUILDING,
, TACOMA, W. T.
Importers of English Steel Rails, Pig Iron, Fire
Bricks, Fire Clay, Coke, Cement, Fine and
Common Salt, Tin and Terneplates. Sal
Soda, Canstic Soda, etc., etc.
Advances made on shipments of Lumber, Wheat.,
Flour and approved merchandise and produce, to the
consignment of their Houses in Liverpool, and Va!-,
paraiso and correspondents in Austral: i.
Balfour, Guthrie A Co., San Francisco, California.
Balfour, Guthrie A Co., Portland, Oregon.
Balfour, Williamson A. Co. Liverpool, England.
Williamson. Balfour A Co.. Valparaiso. Chill.
NOT FOR SALE.
OS THE CONTRARY, OITR INSURANCE AGENCY BCSINKSS WAS SEVER MO..*
satisfactory. It has constantly kept pace with the growth and prosperity of Seatt .
i and the prospects for the futuie were never brighter. We represent eleven insaran'-
1 companies, among which may he foand the oldest and best in the world. We t-onC :- -
r oarselve, to a legitimate Insurance basinets exclusively, giving ths: alone our ,tr<
personal attention. We have recently added to our list the London Assurance, with ' -
i capital of 115,000,000. This is the oldest insurance company in the world.
Parties requiring Insurance, either Fire. Marine, life or Accident, will find tt ta the
> advantage to call on as at oar office in the Poacin building. Front street. Next!
JAMES A. CAREY & CO.
I ZED I
: ~~~
1 ; TT ™ beas? '
X s Z™JL
x; %,.
\Y -
A iasfang liniment
> an*Mr.stasmivisEn"t ;i t h».. ni.rs. /y
I. K VC-j CUU.B Biuusis a-.U all jSST ~
HARRINGTON SMITH.
Inparten and Wkolesaie Ilnlrri
Hare now on band the lanrett ami best selected Mock ever brought to Paget Bound.
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, HARDWARE
Iron, Steel, Cardage and Ship Chandlery, F.omr, Feed, Hay and Grain, Roots
and Shoes, Crockery and Glassware, Paints and Oils, and all kinds of
'Staple and Fancy Groceries,!
Alio Lime. Brick, Planter anil Cement. Agent* for Fi*h Bro,. & Co.'*
celebrated Wagons.
Commercial atreet, Seattle, W. I. BABKINOTOK * SMITH.
i
I PUMPHREY & HANFORD,
SHIFTING
AND
General Commission Merchants
HAY. GRAIN AND POTATOES FOR SALE IN LOTS TO SUIT.
TWO CARS EASTERN WASHINGTON POTATOES FOR SALE TO ARRIVE
HOPS V SPECIALTY.
! WAREHOUSE IV LKAR OF OFFICE. ( OM.MKBCTAL STREET.
Cascade Fire & Marine Insurance Co.,
SEATTLE, W . T.
; CAPITAL, $200,000.
A. Mrlntodh. President. J. A. Gould. Secretary
* R Ballard. Vice-President. w. L. liuaa, Treasurer,
i C*. E. MILLER <V Cf>. t - - City AKentN,
I 118 Mill Street. Occidental Block.
! BOOTH & BRISCOE,
! Abstracts of Land Titles,
iHave the oldtwt and raoat reliable net of abstract Book* in the county.
Koom. 9 and 4. TMl.r-L.ny Building
J.SCIIRAMr
.Stoves and. Tinware!
COMMERCIAL STREET, SEATTLE.
Tall before buying- (iH)d> in that line.
X. ARMSTRONG & CO., I
I Livery Hack and Sale Stable; Managers of Seattle
Transfer Company.
Pir«»-claa. Turnout*. Order, tilled at any hour day or night.
f 1 * ' n>;r ''" " 41 Offlce corner Main and Se<y>nd streeta. j
L. K. G. SMITH~ i
IMPORTER AST) JOBBER OP
Clgats kid Tobicecs. liemchiua Goo4s, Pipes, Cutlery, Si»tlo«rj, etc.
Mili .tract. Ye.ler-Leary Building, Seattle, W. ;
C~W *>i» aepnW for the HOT de Madrid Key W«.t C'rur,
—— j
WM. H. HUGHES
Printing Com pany,
SEATTLE, W. X.
All hind* .»f book and J«b work COLUMBIA «TKKKT
, WASHINGTON IRON WORKS CO.
Foundry, Machine and Boiler Shops,
Corner Second, Jackson and Third streets, Seattle. '
J. X. miNK, Superintendent. j (
CAUTION
mm**
,b.« h,fr«
»*** P"*"? a* Mm
* 1- DOC«L*a .how at a rwilw!??***
arJ? ta* them wllhoat n,
btk* XraH m tbe botui
down a* a (raod. >"»* fcia
sl
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE gext2&q,
. Toe only r«if »J Asl LESS -lu»"
smooth in»s<l. xo TV ks or i"I?
iTHRfcAD tohartth* f«-t, w> k.r?
sewed an.l WILL NOT RIP
*• L .
•nd only hand «*»«..] weM 14 .kg,.
i u»tom ma>'<- sho«> • -tin* from m mMI
W. L IXH'I.LAs »J PULICE -h7»»
, Railroad Mtn aad Lrder ( arrirt* all Wt-f.
i theia. Smooth in*id« u a "—lihYT-
So Ta< k» or * ax i Lrvau i* bur* ti»
letL
W. L. DOUGLAS *».50 6HOt \* 41*1.
• celled for hett j vrear. Best Calf *hn* ;»
the price. w
W. U DOC6UB • > >3 WORKIX&
! MAN S SHOE ii lb* he*t | Q the wid
lotisrh wear, one pair mxgtt to wei *
a j car.
W L. DOUGLAS • £ >HOE FOR BOYS
is the be»t ireboui sboe io tbe world.
All marie m Cor>*rv*t. button »n4 firt
If not «o)<l by jour vicalrr. writ* W L
DOUGLAS, BROCKTON. MAM
TBEEV * m»H>, lsiLv„.
Fred E, Sander
DEALER IK
REAL ESTATE
A J»i>
LOCAL PURITIES.
OFFICE,
_ 'tglam
Corner .Hill and Commercial tt f .
■SEATTLE WOOD C
DRY auiek AMI FIK *OOD3WA«
desired length. Dry kindliat % r*.
cialty. Coal delivered to any part af%t
city. Order® received at UOft ISwi iam,
or at yard on Hopkins' wnarf, fool oi Bmm a
*treet.
mhtfSra T. A RrStfELL, Proprietor.
O. C. SHOREY It CO*,
IM>KKMMKS,
Fool of Columbia St., Heattle.
I "NITED STATES OF AMERICA, TER-
L ntory of Washington, Third Jedieial
l>» strict, ss.
Iu the district court holding term* at lie
i attle.
No. 6359—The United State* of America,
I vs. the Steamboat 44 J. B. Libby/* her ea
j gines, boilers, tackle.apoarel and furniture.
Whereas a libel of in format l< n has beea
| filed in the above entitled c ourt on the JSth
. day of November, A. D., by William
H. White. EM.. United States attorney for
Washington Territory on behalf of the sal*.
United States ageiust the steambetat J. &
Übbv and her engines, boilers, tackle, ap
parel and furniture, alleging in *uWlana»
as follows, vis:
Thai on. to-wit divers da?s and tiM
between the first (Ist.) day of April, A. &,
ISSK. and the twenty-seventh C.7th.) day «f
! April, A. I> . IVS*.1 V S*. at the Third Judicial Dis
trict of Washington Territory and within
the jurisdiction of this court, the *ai4
steamboat "J. B. Libby" being thea
and therv owned in whole, or in pit. by a
citlzeu, or citizens of the said United states,
to the said attorney unkuuwn, and beiag
then and there a steamboat of more tfeaa
one hundred (ICO) tous burden to-wit: of
the burden of one huudred n»d two sad
« u nsost
Aud be in it then and there required by law,
and by her certihcate of inspection, I*
c-arry and have on board a full compMMtt
of licensed officers and full crew, consist
ing of oue master and pilot, one mate, oat
engineer aud two crew, was theo aud then
need and employd rn Um transportation
of passengers, aud did carr> passengers on
he navigable waters of the said raited
State-, to-wit from Tort Towasend la
Washington Territory to Whatcom in Wash
ington Territory, and from Whatcom la
Washiuston Territory t'» Port Town*endla
Waahington Territory, the said steamboat
not then and there earning nor having cat
board a full complement of officer* and
crew as required by law aud by bttHm
certificate of luspeetion, to-wit not thea
and there carrying nor having on board
auy i«erxon duly lieensed as raister
and pilot or as master or as pilot Aad
beiug then and there in command of a per
son who aas then and there not duly
licensed to act an master and pilot or as
master or as pilot, contrary to the itaWl
in such case mede and provided aai
egeiust the peace and dignity of the taw
United States.
By reason whereof, and by virtue of the
statute* of the said United Ststes, the
owner or owners of the said steamboat, be
ing a vessel propelled on whole or in pert
by steam, forfeited and became liable to
pay to the said United >ra»es the saai of
five huudred dollars (f-'OO) for the payment
of which sum the said steamboat has!l»e
-come liable to be seised sod proceeded
agaiust summarily by way of libel, end for
the recovery of which, this civil end mari
time cause is now in»titnted.
That all and singular the prrm •ceefore
said are true and within the admiralty sna
maritime jurisdiction t>f the United fttetef
end of this houorable court.
And praying that the seid »tcemboat
mev be condemned end sold to pay tne
, penalties aforesaid wi»b costs
Now ther«. fore, in pursuenee of the ssoai
tion under the seal of the »aid court, miee
j directed and delivered, I do hereby gl*e
public notice to all persona claimloftne
said *t*a in boat fc her engines, boil* rs. tackle,
etc.. or in auy mauser interested thefW|
f:a r they be and appear befote the mis
district court on Thursday, the 20th cey o«
December, A at il o'clock la tee
foreuoon of That ilay (provided the sama
be a da' of Jurisdiction, otherwise on w
neat day of juriedlction Ihereaflef) tnca
aud tb* re io interp*<*c tb**ir ciaims en-i 10
mnke their allegation* in that behelf.
I*a'». i this l&t day of December, tt*.
' T J HAMILTON,
United States Marshal for Washington Ter
rltorjr.
W H White. U. S. Att'v for Weshiogw*
Ter. and Proctor for l4bel'anL _
I. SPINNEY
& CO.'s
NATIONAL DISPENSAB*
319 Commercial itrMt
JaokMß, Seattle. W. T.
All chronic Um ao.-) of MRS uid WOMi*
m< ( , treated. _____ .
LOOT MANU(H)|». Nervoas and Phy*<«
Debility, Exhau*t.*«i Vitality. WW* l
Wp»ki»ni, sw rmatorrbuct, •
Gonorrhoea, <iWt. HYphiils, Prematnfv
< Mne, W»akn«*«s in Women, and ail
tiona! Ifc*rangcraent*that result from yo««».
fui follies or excess iu after years.
URINARY Kidney. *nd Ki*.lder trouwri,
U Bin All I fc a< k (ioDorrbfl*.
Crystitia. Vari««ireie. ritrletwe, «*'■ • prr»® I[*
ly and safely cnre<2 Houanmoh
given, uor strong injettious «*ed, w>
cause stricter*- C har*e» r» «*»aabJe.
NERVOUS -
spondeney. etc . etc., oured. —#
Yfl INf. IIFN 'nffering from the ef*< -* lI
lUUnu ILn y OU thf«i frt!li« or '*
lions, should avail themselves of omr
ment. the greatest boou rver laid at U»e '*
tar of ottffeniiK humanity Wfl] guara: •-s
a positive cure in every case. .
Middle-aged lea ES&Sm
nations of the bladder, acoarpnnied t, *
smarting or burning sensation; on exmir •
atiou the arine dcfioeits a wttiitt* * ®
sometimes a:M3k'o in piwoent The co>«»
varies from a bright or reddish to #T * 1 J
milky Ln'. th»- patient ex peri mMO a trva*
ening of the s)*tena in a manner heeaca«
account for. This is tbv second gtagy •«
seminal sreaXneaa Many die of tniJ l»»-
mity, ignorant of its cause. A perfect cart
and healthy restoration guaranteed.
Off re hours. 9 a m. M EL; 6 V- » P*
m.: Sundays *to 12.
N. B.— trnuum unable to fiaJt ti-» maj «
treated at their homes t»y *otTceT«ot*dc»Mfc
Medicine and fustmrt>-»n« sent bv ws> or
enrMM riw-sltstlss frwe M f
Send 10c for the Toting Man's FrU»**
or Guide to Wedlock.

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