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At < rr/ r, f «//i«r, MWtHiKtt 11.
Tbe politic*! contest now in progress In
the «uu> of New York <» an objiet lesson
Irom which good t:t.»TDi in ail part* of the
country nktwul be able to draw Inspiration
and KUtdtlfC as to whit «ha i be their "*n
l«> u<ai aftc i«iion« To M»i ipreb»nd it
fuiiy. a retro*part m At the
laii aes*. on of the legislature of that state
a •topendocta pi«fe of jobiiery was exposed.
In repair* of the ceding of the assembly
ebamiier an nmonnt was stolen or squan
dered which would go far toward dupii
rating the (treat cathedral of HI Peter's at
Rome. the national capital at Washington,
or toward defraying the expense* o! the
proposed exposition in IW.'
A great number were ccnne<*ted with the
Infamy, at? J the amount stolen by each
was only lnuited hy the elasticity of his
COMciwCf an l the capaciousness of hti
breeches pocket*. Hy one and ail the
motto of tbe early California legislator *w
adopted "There's million* in t&e treas
ury. let * rake her."
I'endittg the convention* of the parties, a
goo«iiy number of men on both sides who
had t«een smirched by these disclosures
were aaplrant* for nomination. Among
the HepuWt<ans thus situated were several
who hitherto bad stood high in the party
and had been very influential, rv>tue of
these had l«en in one or other branch of
the legislature and rejieatedly re-elected.
In the etate convention and in every legis
lative district, without a single exception,
ttie Republican party repudiated all such
aspirations and consigned to oltscurity e> ery
man directly or indirectly connected with
these boodling operations, or even sua}*!-ted
of complicity. On the other hand, the
question wm not raised in the I democratic
local conventions, and of the five nomina
tions made in tlieir state convention, two
of the liest were given to prominent ac tors
in the infamous transaction. l*ul for this
the convention was only nominally to
blame. Tbey only went through the mo
tions of nominating the ticket.
i'avid it Hill, an exceedingly small-bore
demagogue, is the Democratic party of
New York. Three weeks leiore the eiec
t .n the local new-papers were able to an
nounce whom he had decided upon to
make up the state ticket and a majority of
the «tate < ootpiittee, and his slate was
carried out to the letter Hill dehes de- ent
public opinion, has made an open aliiam e
with th«* whisky interest, has boldly taken
the ceding bondlers of both parties tin ier
ht« * v » and araienlr relir* for success on
his -kiii tn consolidating and marshalling
the lowest and vilest elements of society,
irre»j>et live of party.
the inoj.-wuiups and the Cleveland men
•be ha* ruthle**iy trampled under ft»ot, re
lying upon Cleveland's aspiratio-is for ihe
presidential nomination tn l-t? t<» whip
them Into Ine l»ut in lvr_* if su ce»ifid
now, he exject* to disappoint them again,
and snatch for himself the barren h nor
which they covet for their leader And
V ested fr in afar it -eem i»o->,iMe that th:s
unscrupulous demagogue and an h manip
ulator may l*e able U> achieve »ucoe«« in
tli»»i:reai K'n re Mate of this l"ni.«n by a
bold an 1 an open combination of the l< w-
ri» ne-.:t# of l*ith part e*.
It is it:.' *tal an>ic.isheaiteidngspectacle,
but there nuv he pen«ation in its value
as an ol .eet te** <n <> i. le . » New Y» rk.
titr i \ »«;*>«»!
The French are peeu'..*:, Ether
among tbe elements and quicksilver amoi •
minerals suffer by com pans. n with the
French on the »■■•ore of VidatiUt* I.ov* i>;
a sensation i* as the breath of life t<» thi
They are sensetioud in all things *»":sa
tlonal t*i politics, eensat'oral In religion,
sensational in their «cient;he studies an l
r«*. at.o- v e*. n -en-at ■a! at their
f neral* And change is the elisor of their
li»e i. The chameleon is a nuclei of steed
fa-t'-..- s 5-t c< mpsrison V.ve I'empire '
to»i** ; a' ha* 1' empire" tomorrow ; "vise
1 rep totj today, 'a' '-as 1' republlque"
'* "• * tl.e i <• of their ite seems t<>
\>e re • .at thry may revel in tho
*iestr'. i.i'ii of their creation.
The r;*e and faU of tiie unmit?gat«Hl uj«-
-U t. la«lMC«r it the latest end lirehe-t
i!!'.«tratioo c* French i-st.onaii-m and
W»iati tv. But ve-ter ia as it s»ere he
w*« bv * : ,r<?e friction the
French pe»p'e as but f.tfe -s than a .ie:n
gsnl. liUt for the luck of th c semment
l'» hei"g ai-'e to lenncti tbe eq.-^i
•s the nb k of lime thu- s:.-. K a tic ser
a .d f eater sensation it i m«<i t-erta.u
that the popinjay genera th# vHX », r »
«i t «heKjr*>e«-the« bar a a i
o< l iriatans. would have ri i.i -a n«a ~r( „
t« t of h' rrahv **en the * Id
est a< ' maddest of h'« latest a iherents are
ac ss v- h.m of ptiifering the f'.!nd« r-r<-
vvd*s( Sor »■ r.nv lo own triumph There
is Uaru a I ei an alive wt«o» a» t
fee it a > e». *. ai.oii esen to give the fss r
tmp»»*'»*? a s k
\mis." :i • *r •!« •« the f -er.s
«u'pe*» ail o! her i»- i « In ih« fa .«> •
iHs ial life they a*e ; a s > > p* - if.
2n ss'jeftte, art, invent a uia:: .f%Uire»,
they rank «:th the t n cs:'-irage
de*h, Ifser have , r. r» In
spite of their M ii. tn i r lea. Iv
progressive, l :.auge as ofie .as :.* < e.
tfcrjr m adwnrita*. TWy may
met and cart Am ttm tbomtmmd tddi*.
tes the Bttsrii tead*ncj la dwji np
ward and osward. Tbry may rrtwi m to*
naaerafaie seswattemjr. test there to of*
they wtii ner*? «w»rt to; tbey *3l arrer
be feKißd iaiv a duj*ay. ae*Mst*mal
or oth«rwl»e. of infiefctr to la hatte France.
An artel* in tM fcowe patt
an eOaetrcal <?3totae ots the claim o' Uut
ink fa .mbng. Jo*ii a;r. Mttier.to the patern
ity of Idah» a* lbe name of the territory
and to tii« corrected orthorraphy and pro-
Bsiactatjoo for which he fc*oat responsi
ve la Sotm «*f Qverim of feeptember flat-
To »peli a I iahho and throw the accent on
the seiomd syllabi# is strictly Joaquin MO
lerisfa. fc«t there 11 no other acthor'.y for it,
and «onaeqoentiy it w not correet.
The writer for the States**** was present
in l*Vi * ban a steamer was launched forthe
Onjoo ••teaai NinjttJon Company which
wu chnnaned ' Idaho." and ha watched
the wnrkma*" paint that nam* :n the ap
propriate ptace on the Teasel. Tha name
wa.* taken (ri m an Indian dialect and waa
ir.terpreted a« meaning "Gem of the Monn
Tm urk* writer *ar» that in March
l-»a, when tbe orfran;ranon of the terntorr
wa* \xcin 15 di*ro*j>ed in rocfcre**. Hon. S.
♦iarheid. delegate from Wa*h:r,|f»'»n. rog
jr»*te<J th* name of tlieoid *teaaser. Colonel
H:j« iie«, of the Orepjr. Meam Nan*aUon
' wa* author of tha name of the
'learner, and Mr. tiarfieid was re«ponsibla
for it? selection u the name of the terri
Joaquin Miller U the only one who will
pronounce it I-dah-ho. or who will believe
that he r.aiued the territory, if indeed he
credit* hfs own rtory, which probably he
and it ia quite {HMJuUe that his mind
i* filled with -er.uu doubt whether he did
not name Adam and K*e. with the accent
on the second »rUable of Adam.
The P<>rr-l»TCi.L:i.Ksfta aoea not wish
to *eem captious in urging the council to
prompt a'.ion in respect tij water snpply
and protection against fire, but the matter is
<1 o*er*ha lowing mif>ortance, and the po*-
sif.te conaeq i«nc«a of delay are too dread
ful to contemplate. If. a* one member of
the coun tl -tated W»«ineiday night, the
aluw moTement i« be au*e the memtjers are
new to each other, a: <i therefor® not pre
pared to unite quickly on fixed policies, it
i« in au kmdneaa that the present
emergent will juatlly them in breaking
down the barners of ceremony, getting to-
Kethrr, gettirg better acquainte«l. and in a
friendly, harmonious spirit, agreeing uj>on
a poi.cy and putting it through. Time is
money always, and in this ca«e a very little
time may amount to an immense amount
of money.
That was a very significant statement
which Mr liailey Gatzert made before the
joint meeting of lire underwriters. Cham
tier of Commerce and Board of Trade
Wednesday night. Speaking for the
Spring Hill Water Company, be said that
when his company laid their mams they
thought to meet the wants of the city for
the next fifteen years, but the city has
grown so rapidly that the mains are al
ready inadequate. This is true. It would
have seemed like madness five years agn to
have made the expenditures for water sup
ply which the surprising growth of the city
has made tie. essary. This should be borne
in mind when calculations for the further
improvements are lieing made. Make big
allow:m e for a gTowth greatly in excess of
past experience.
That was a tirst-class temperance sermon
made t>y the old lady wbogotaUiard of the
J. I* Libby at i.-laud the other day.
It ha-« l»eeti published once in these
column*, hut was in the midst of other
matter, and may have been overlooked
At all events it sill bear repetition. There
i* about >»• population on the island. The
old lady *»< start:np: to market with some
prod me. to he pone >ereral days, leaving
two daughters of years at home
alone When asked whether she was not
afraid to leave them so long alone, the re
plied "Oh, no; there is no whisky on
the inland, and there are no hail jHfople
there. ' There it a volume in the remark.
It would dot.o hari,• to repeat it everyday.
It is understood ti at both Idaho and
Wyoming will make earnest effort* to get
into the Union th;s coming winter. An
objection to the aj ; eal of the tirst named
is based ts|K>n the claim that there is a
lart'e Mormon element in Idaho, and the
territory beng contiguous to I uh, the
Moi :.,on«- ra.n ea ily move up into Idaho
from I'tah after the iormer lia< been given
to understand by congress that it can come
mio ,-tateh"<>d. and thn • the Mormona.it
i« asserted can capture the new Hate and
elect the first legislature. Those familiar
witii the general facts concerning Idaho
know how iittie there is in this claim.
Idaho Is entitled to admission.
An ex e!ient *.n t.i relieve crime of on*
< f its tuoH e lcvMire restraints i« to mix
tm ich mercy with | -tilgment. It is a
fit lit re'y common, and its unwisdom has
i ien )■> n demonstrated in this commun
ity l-st <-ertamly Judge Hanford shows
on this s i.re as yesterday s
jr in hi< eo irt -how Every one
of the Hat hof felo • who came before
hisis fo" sentence cot more than he ex
j c*"!> >l, but sot -re than he deserved. If
the jii lfe who i* to succeed judge Hanford
hs.l foliow ■,;» the J<l U \ he has outlined,
thi» d.strut »«x»n become a terror to
. .j .;nai - ret \ aconsiu nation devoutly
to he wi>he
l*r lUrnaby Baxter things be has made
a valuable medical discovery. It is a color
less ih)utd, and ha> s< a-iV.y any per epti-
Me taste or smell. He claims that ,t will
v *numb and temporarily |vartl;ts any por
tion of the human N>iy to which it may te
a; *"sl lie h* made a ha.f doren suc
«.l at'phcati n» of it to the tongue « f
V:> <.erNoseh. He haa refused,
th .£>. to experiment with it on anr of
hi- tie th -*r- He make a protracted
a : thoroti.'h te-t with M~s N selr
ternng to fo-t i«e his experiments within
the family. Vrs Christopher Koseir is
the mother of Mrs. 1 ar-aby {latter.
It >« reported iha- the Kanakas are
• rn'.v r' tfsj over the ea that the pro-
I' ».•»! i rotecfeorate of the raited Mates
■er tie r-1 !»;. h «-:ands near.* arnexa-
M -t i kely it means nothing of the
* :f i* «* as the Kanaka* suspect,
s e >am fri'i'shy is reaching out too far
» :hh'« arms. It is best not to annex anr
>* , T *of * b me don't care to make citt-
for a . cituens must be
l.i il r..•! The *ame o- e< uon hdds
ai-» ♦! Mil ;ti it pre-er l At*r
awk » A«I rt ; t «>? r» and f-e« ;n
--te:c*>u:*e, tiie bK-oO may 'e pux»?>ed.
jFjunss rtm or* trnmrnm.
A C«rr*opa*4«*i Wfco • T*at
Seas 9mm mill—-
gumi, Oct. W.
To tw* Eerroa —Though I am a new
comer in this busy town of Seattle and. as
yet. almost entirely unacquainted with its
I&e, I trust, nevertheless, that an expres
sion of opinion from one who hops* to be
come a citiaen may be permitted. It was
with much interest and pleasure that I
reod the suggestions of Mr. Dearborn to
rename the "treets of the city, but it was
with even more satisfaction mat I read
your editorial discouraging the use of let
ters and r.umeraU for the names of street*.
I wish to repeat with emphasis the last
sentence of your editorial. "If the streets
are to be renamed, let them hare names
U>af mean something."
For an example of the endless monotony
of numbering streets, one has only to turn
to the < jty of New York. Above Washing
ton square, the names of the streets are a
wuderaees of empty symbols, from First
to Two Hundred and Twenty-third street.
To a stranger in that city this system of
numbers, though convenient in some re
?pe«-tt, is absolutely lifeless, tf not bewil
dering. At all events, in the new part of
New York city itself, beyond Harlem
rirer, mo»t of the streets and avenues have
pood, substantial, euphonious nam»s, and
tbe system of letters and nurntiers seem? to
have leen in a great measure abandoned:
even r-ixth avenue north of Central park,
has wahm a year been changed to Lenox
The city of Boston, on tbe other ban.:,
has never in a ssagle case, that I now recol
lect, given to a thoroughfare an aiphabeti
cai or numeral name. Who would not
prefer the names Fremont and
BoyLs ton streets to Fourteenth. Twer.ty
third or Forty-second streets? And when
you tet up to Two Hundredth or Three
Hundredth street vou have reached a dizzy
and embarrassing altitude. The Boston
Massa re on a Baker's LHwen street or on
A!phi!»et avenue would hare i»een histori
cally more shocking than it really was. I
think that the names of Boston's streets
have contributed in no small depree to the
lore that her sons always have for the old
city. Associations, never to be forgotten,
attach themselves to her streets, and no
matter how widely these sons may have
wandered, upon their return thev are wel
comed by the old streets with the old sig
nificant, vigorous, often historic naiues
•fiat "mean something."
There is one feature about the system of
naming streets in New York that recom
mends st>elf to ail and is worthy of imita
tion so far as po-sible in renaming the
streets of Seattie, via: ail tbe thorough
fares uf the city that run north and south,
above Fourteenth street, arcalled avenues,
and all those that run east and west are
called streets. This system might bo fol
lowed here, giving to the thoroughfares
that run parallel with the sound the name
of avenues, ar.d leaving the names of the
streets at right anglea with the avenues, as
they are now. But, bv all means, let us
have names for our streets and not symbols
and let these names be plainly indicated at
every corner. A. W.
Mr. Dearborn Submit* m Roviaed List of
Naui«s for the Street*.
To THK EDITOR: AS suggestion* to the
city fathers we have selected the following
names for streets in the burnt district and
vicinity should they deem it desirable to
adopt full names instead of letters and re
tain the numerals.
At Yesler avenue and Broadway cnange
First street to Beach avenue; Cedar to
Cedar avenue; Alder to Diadene avenue;
Terrace to Eagle avenue; Jefferson to
Fairmont avenue: Cherry to Highland;
Columbia to Imperial; Marion to Juvenal;
Madison to Kirkiand; Spring to l.enora;
Seneca to Maple; I'niverMty to Normal;
I'nion to Olive: Pike to Pike; Pine to
Queen: Olive to Hose; Howell to Stewart;
Stewart to Terrace; Virginia to I'nion;
I-enora to Virginia; Blanchard to Willow;
Bell to Atlantic; Battery to Belloue avenue,
Change the district of Belitown to Bell
viie; the district of Penny Hotel to Capitol
HiU; the district of North Ninth street and
Broadway, between Yesler avenue and
Columbia street, to Fairmont; south
school house vicinity to Syndicate Hill;
South Seattle ridge to the reservoir name
Beacon Hill ; the ridge south of the reser
voir. Spring Hill.
South of Ye>ler avenue retain the former
name-* of street-), when practicable, but
place them in alphabetical order, the same
a>- the avenues are named north of Yesler
avenue; aiso u-*e names of prominent resi
dents or proj>erty owiiers in South Seattle
as follows: Change Wa*hinj{ton street to
Andrew street. Main to Hrawlev. Jackson
to Collins. King to Dearborn, Weller to
Eshelman; Lane to Forrest. Pearborn to
Gardner. Charles to Han ford, Plummer to
Ingels. Norman to Jackson, B streat to
King street. Jtidkins to Learv, Addition to
Moran. Town to Norman, battle to Orth,
Woodstock to Pauleon. Prunswick to
Queen. Pine Riley, Plum to Stetson,
Hill to Thompson, Walker to Cpper, Col
lege to Vroonian, Waikers's Supplemental
to Walker; then commence at A street, B
street, eto. H. 1(. DIURKOBX A Co.
Ttir MissruEis
Customer -These cuffs don't appear to
i«e reversible. Clerk—No, sir. These are
called the self-respect brand - Jfrn's Outfit
"Meet tiie on the corner tonite. - ' he
wrote, "and dew not falc." And she an
swered him "There is no such word as
'fate,' "- lAvurirun.
«'r ticu? Who do you think is oar preat
est American playwright* Kverdier--The
American play right? Why, going
out between nets -Tim*.
Cantwa te hay. do you remember that
>■"> biii 1 loaned jou" Oaen Long—lieuiem
lier it. *ir 1 never forg» t a favor like that.
You haven t k'**t another one a»»out you,
have you ? t'ffk.
He t hange His I»iet. The Fresi
de:it I ilon t ieel very well today. I must
have eaten something that hurt me. F-enoy
Wasn't it your words, grandpaT 1 hear.l
a man 'ay that you have !«en eating tiieni
ever since ele< tion.—/Ve*.
A mathematical eij>ert. Teacher—lf a
man has 2QO pounds of ice in his wawn
and one-fourth of it is lost by melting, how
many pound* do h:s customers pev for *
iV>y < whose father is in the business >
Three thousand pound* /.> v.
Matron I suppose you find your hu«
b*n !a« selrssh a- most men i<ruie No.
in ire«i. I often heard that a man gobbled
up all Ute nke thing* on the tanie. but I
must «ay that my husband leaves nearly
all the p.es I make for me to eat -
The I ioui Hnrvthirf.
Cfc-ca< • Trtbus
« h ef of l.ynch-ng Party-We will pve
y>»u jn*t one minute to sav votir praters.
Captured Horsethief »apjaa.:agly -May
1 sav them in :. y own way ?
Ch.e; Certai'uy
ef You not to ir.t*--
pt»M» any ob*ta- e '
thief W r pre." -.e
Horswthief (*ith d.gnity)- Then I must
have a \\ ill some geniiemaa
in the please lend me one *
>ew lork • Nf» rirr
>»w York tMltt
The new nreKiat wh»ch New York srli
have next spnng »i;i one of the nautical
j won iers of the jw>rt i« to throw four
. solhl * Js.h streams of water and the
rmac* at tfcese stxmas will be from 350 to
450 w*r. «* TO " J**T
wttdtbtf tbe firemen can bow »h rough
the brick and sten walls along ahore with
UK wrtb these streams. jast w miner* in
the mountain* bore into and vaeh
down tbe faces of «efcd cliffi -with J 1 **®*
carried down tbe mountain sale*. To f-dv
comprehend the power of a 4-inch stream
it should be remembered that it ts from
eirht to twelve times as large :n cross sec
tion as tbe streams from the ordinary tire
fSrßt . while the r.osxie eetocitT oi t~e
water is several times greater.
The efficiency of such a stream :s
probabiv twenty-five times as great as the
stream from an ordinary engine. The
new boat will flood out a lire as with a del
age anywhere within 2,0u0 feet of the water
Mrs. Gladstone is only one year younger
Shun her husband, and in her early days
was hasdiy known to the public except
through her devotion to her husband, but
she recently made a speech in a public
meeting in London in place of her hus
band. to satisfy the expectancy of the
crowd, when Mr. Gladstone was too weary
to be present: has since laid tbe corner
stone of a charitable institution in Waies,
with a speech to the people in which she
declared that she was proud to have been
born a Welshwoman: and has held a re
ception of friends at Ha warden castle, to
which they have hied for a summer vaca
tion. Certainly no woman in England
need consider her*eif old until she is HP.
especially if the queen continues to wear
low necks and short sleeves, but she must
not venture if single to marry a young
T. H. Fereuson. of Toronto, arrived here
last night on a visit. In an interview to
day Mr. Ferguson said much interest was
felt in tbe road beiug bailt to connect Seat
tle and Vancouver. Vancouver ha« grown
from nothing, after the fire of IS&6, to a
town of 14.000 inhabitant!. The Cana
dian Pacific railway has ita works and em
ployees there, which alone requires an an
nual outlay of $500,000, while the actual
eipenditures last year were over $700,000.
With new and faster ships to China, and
tbe fast vessels on the Atlantic now in
proces> of construction there will grow up
another larjre city on the Atlantic coast,
and 'he nat iral competition will be gen
eral for both, and really lie between the
two countries.
Wife—John, here is something in this
baseball report that I do not understand.
I wbh you would explain it to me.
Husband -Read it. my dear.
Wife (reading)—" With one to tie and one
out, he reached first in the eight inning,
and ran to third on PfelTer's hit to right.
He should have scored on Tiernan's wild
throw in. but became rattled and held his
base. ' What does that mean ?
Husband (who knows nothing of the
game V—Bless'd if I know.
Wife (with a sigh>— I'll have to wait
until Johnnie (6 rears old) comes in.
SEATTLE, Oct. 10.
The treasury department has prepared a
statement showing the total amount of
bonds purchased to date since August *.
IM£7, a little over twenty-five months. The
exact figures are ? 199,2."^,800. As there was
a premium on them all the actual disburse
ment was considerably Rreater. The total
cost was 1231,338,366. This reduction was
substantially at the rate of fl00.O0O,<XX) a
year. At that rate the next century would
at its birth find the United States govern
ment free from indebtedness. Some of
these bonds were drawing 4 per cent, inter
est and some of them 4 1 -*.
Laura (innocently >— Doesn't the train go
through a long tunnel soon. C.eorge?
tieorge—Tunnel's just ahead, Laura.
[Leans forward and whispers to boy on
seat in front.} Johnny. I want you to
cough with all your might while we're
going through this tunnel. Here's half a
A small boy in 1* Droit Park was told by
the nurse that if he was bad the devil would
come up out of the ground and carry him
off. That afternoon he was discovered on
the hrink of a deep hole which he had dug
in the back yard.defiantly calling, "Debbie,
It is uujust to tai the stomach with burthens
that it cannot itear. Many silly j«»or>i> thus
tyrannise that faunfu! servitor until it rebels
and puulshc:> them a> they deserve. Dyspepsia
i* usually the child o( gastronomic folly, but
whetner this or the natural associate of inher
ent feebleness from childhood. it is surely an i
pleasantly remediable with Hostetter s Stomnch
Bitters. the finest and most highly sanctioned
gastric tonic in eiisteuce, As a result of th.-
tone imparted to the stomach. an«i the Increased
activity of iU digestive and assimilative a< t; «n
insured br the per*UU<nt use of this b»iiurn
tuMforant. genetal is augmented. the
nerves streuzthened and tranqutiised. and a
tendency to insomnia and hvpoehondriM:,
defeated. Biliousness, chills and'fever, rheuma
tism and ktdncv troubles are eon juervd by this
admirable nit- < l« , *ne
xnrcA tto.v t L
/) holmjs /)//
lOCJi Third St, Portland, Oregon
Its" j Third r-ireet, I'or', and. Or.
A School of Thorough Practical
Business Tralaiag.
SHORTHAND. new and ),egal forms,
* Of r f 11» oU rt C'liff
TYPE-WRITING.; i < • '
a a « ' * r»' . ' .
Send c*tatofru« and Jo :rußl
T"t btitines* at th. P. -tlaod Business Col
!' PwtUnd or at sh. Capital to a sine»»
Ko'.h <H.h.«ois are under
the naao*«t meat of A *• Artu-truog have
as me course o' utcof tuit^a.
Rii«iii<*v Miortliaiid,
Tvpr writing • enmsnthtp.Fnglish JVmrt
eieat* !i»v », Students
a.«m«.ed «, '.'a.e. > .r Cauk. K ue. adure-w
fselUsS tsw*»«* A D »t*Ul
lon.and en k <». Vtt Salrtn uirg jo
*1 TttA '//-V, f///<// '
zt. 2X .4 and », B "tojT Bt..* s
An u.»:ua*4on f. ( :c. v aa:.d !« ti«
fer preparing y un* pee.jAe of ..
* '»*< VII HI iVi 111
fcU.. rua. » «• . .~u .
, J tor V 4-a. t? .v . i - .. ~
I'esossoship. '
Student# Admitted at Any Time.
BO M*! to A agu»u i*« 9
"S casr* »* H n 25.
Ih .td a:.. addre«»
IvrtjUii. Ores a
Sirs. Gladstone.
London Letter.
Toronto's Ejrei on Seattle
San Francisco Special.
•fohnnie Knew It All-
Boston Courier.
Kednrlng the Public Debt.
Brads trccis
Krmsrkiihlc I'rrnrncr of Mind.
Chicago Tribune.
A Little Atnn.llr.
Washington Post.
I'ojutt Taxation.
Bern* el frand. as my aase and the wriee
ik stamped on the bottom of all my advertised
shoes bef >re iesvia* ths factory, whieh
the wearvrs *m»!cs» high pews* *R-.l Inferior
good*. If a dealer offer* W. L. DOUGLAS rts-vs
si a reduced prw*. or says be has them without
w v one and pre* stamped oc the bottom, pat
down as a fraud
$3 SHOE >o *
The on'.v cali S3 SEAMLESS shoe. smooth In
side. KO TACKS, or WAX t HKEAD to hurt the
fee?. e*** «s h*n l-acwed, and » ILL NOT RiP
W L DOUGLAS |4 -UOE, the original and
on'v baad-«ewed weit «t shoe. Equals custom
ni.iiie slu** costing from »T to S3
road men and letter carrier* a"> wear thorn
MBuoth inside as a haad-»ewed shoe No ta..ks
or was thread to hart the feet.
W. L. DOUGLAS 92.50 shoe is nnexceiled
for heavy wear. Best calf shoe for the prtce.
shoe is the best in the wornl for rough wear , one
pair out hi to wear a man for a year.
best M-hool shoe m ti c world.
All made in Cocereee. Button and Lace.
Examine W. !_ Douglaa' shoes for centle
meu and ladi'.s.
If not sold bv vonr dealer, write Vt. L. DOUG
L. A. TEEEN, Sole Agt.
715 Sc»x>nd street, opposite Boston block.
Tn covered (1SS8) HAM j £ j 20
Roll Hall Davis BI TTER 7.,
Total I |2 -Jo
Received payment
t T CH.
1,412 to 1.416 Front St., Seattle.
Whatcom and Sehome One City.
The Most Flourishing and Rap
idly Growing City on
Puget Sound.
Great Salp at Bsi-Rocl Prices.
FIFTY blocks of level land rlitht in ttapcitv
The blocks are divided into lots 40 feet froit Uv
l-> feet deep t«o au alley. Prices trow *:> to |l.» O o
per trout foot.
Bat* will commeuce on the ISth day of
October. 1889.
After each fifuvn day* 5 per cent .will be added
to the price. Sow is the time {or a for:. •.
Cortii aad see, and don't sav you did not have a
Save Rent
Fine house* for sale on
Well built, finely finished, and beautifully
located 1 lo«e the elwtric «-iir line. VSi.i ~.1
on inataUment>. «'*ll and se>-.
A. H. FOOTK. !Hatia C *r
Roorris 1 an! *, I'hlnney block, corner h-o'i'
and sv ue< * streets.
Importer and maußfacturer of all kinds of
Fursand Fortiaroients
Alaska •ealum garments a special 1
Rugs, Robes and Mats
; V^totTr a ilZ?*Z a 10 and rt,
Ihihl St.. I»ct. JsiFUcs ami JtjTcrsoii
cert* sai.e is um to uut
2fo Sacks Fariy Rnse p .'atoes,
l,oU>sa> k» Pe<*ri
j 100 Timothy PoU'^s,
106 Ton* Timothy and Clover Uav
Vi Tm - Ea.iern Washli .u Jii'vviM u.
60Ion* w heat. u wua "ay,
'< t ar> bran anl starts, mixed,
JO Toss 4 • round and i n..i
broken- *i..» Kx;ra Flour? R * ri «X.
kueii*t)urx M .is h itra Hour
lPOto-u CadSmrbav Wh? r,tt i? ;n « tOB "»'»•
,iJr li» >r»»n: i',,r *, j 1,.
For ««soa»fc3c and term* RETAIL. w«-
S*LE *» ><•:' *v* or « c too r.» .> r »,. r .*> uT£
V • i -oAJtei*. I wiJJ fiuiy oa « tfc»S
Purchasers c*a u> ao« iu person. by mi. .arm - Jpft •*-* a
Satisfa-ctlorL Q-iiara-n+J i
v National Bank.
Reference*, <€>. K- XL'- >* A Co. Bau&er*. A
fNorth Bank.
P. O. Bo* l,i>vs, sMtile Cvrv.er Firh end Tc»l*r Arerne.
Growing Metropoll'
OP— Ii
Bellingham Bay and the Lower Sol
Is r.cnv on the market. Th«se who profited by inratku | n Searie i '
years ago can readily a: preciutc the importance * 1 '
in on the ground floor. For informttjoi
call on or communicate with !
616 Second Street, Seattle.
Crockery, Glassware, bps, Cutlery and Plato i
The Only Exclusive Crockery House in the (Sty. 1
Hotel and Bar Goods a Special!
Goods marked in plain figures; one prire and square dealing totH I
us a call and examine goods and prices. I
714 Second Street, Boston Block, SEATTLE, WASHI
Importers and Strictly ttbolmla Dealers in
Compare our prices with either San Francisco or Portland T
price lists mailed on application.
(Formerly fcetule Co-operaUre Society)
General iMeroliandise
Corner Front and Stewart Streets.
—— : r a
(Formerly CQf. Front Street, opposite Yealer-I-eary Block.i
516 Third Street, between fames and Jefferson Streets, Seattle, W. 1
Foundry, Machine and Boiler Shops.
Works, Grant Street Bridge. Office, Room 44, BoitoflßH
Prescription* fii't-J at a.! bo n Coine m-1 ae.< 01 Carefol and
Stone, Briek, Lime, Cement, Plaster, Hardware, L#®"
Sashes, Doors, Etc. i
VOTB-Contrirton will *ATC t.mo [and in pey bjr 'leali;;g through
flt;Ut're<J in th>- (honest time.
FERGUSSON & CO., Brokers, -» Scmnd street^
110 Madison St., Bet. Front and Second.
MO RAN BROS. jjjjiflj
K*'iro4(l arenne, between Charles *a<l S- :ta*n street* ;A't)Oiol a S ,r 7
f „, r, °r work ere now rebuilt ta l ani'iuel with new «u J laprorrf uiaehiMfJ-
*u order*are new eontbiete. W CURRY ;:i •.■nek ir<>n, traaa *»<» copp*' I<7
® lj ' * a<i »U*jji euetaeerV ktippuet, bran). GR>J<L-V! «*ery rt.-0.-r-ption. *****". *" ~~ d -~«j
If. * * D!I wa*t«. We w *< ti!i< «» agent* foraa tiian>«t»ct«tfy. •»
•'•e t. umatex ua tugb-grnd* ste*mpj*nii»|ur ali P. O. BOX U»-

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