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NOTICE.
A rcvird of Tan DolUrt will b# p»H tor
l»r«rm»lliril to (ht m 4 fan*
• IrllM of ••!">«• ?»n»d *t**ltus «>pl*# *»f
IK* "Poit l»Ulll|»»«r" d«Ilf««<l by
»»rrl»fl thro«|b*«l U>« fltf.
-VAinr, fmrtir. HOVKMMKK I
ST ATKHOOD.
JH»t now the condition oi* Waah.ngton
it rnn< h li*e that of a young- man verging
ojH»n hi* majority. A day or an hour may
hfii-.g a me».*age conveying President Har
rt Fii t proclamation announcing the ad
tii.-jonof VWhington as a state into the
! ' in. Ry ih.il proce •* a condition of
subordination, dependence and tutelage
will give place to a condition of responsi
bility, ln<iej>eo<ience and masterful control-
The yoyng men aho enters ttj>ot« bb
majority today owe* a greater obligation to
society «rui posterity than c.id his pre».e
--c. - r of filly or an hundred years ago
"1 N*;? e\|«« rma.ts. tnala and v. » -
are a* a ie-son to him if he will but heed tt*
If properly considered and applied, out of
their gravest errors and shortcoming* be
may obtain hi". mo*t profitable instruction.
From their wasteful ose or ignorant mis
management ot their In her i lancet he may
learn the wisdom of economy and the art
of rartit highly improving opportunities.
.Ho it i* a state now entering the
I nton. Washington bis the experience
not only of the or.ginal thirteen, but of the
twenty-five states inter mediately admitted,
to profit by. Their efforts. experiments,
errors, tiilom and laboriously reached
amendment* are to her an open book. Bbe
has for bar starting point their highest at
tainment*. For the mistakes which they
made through ignorance she can have no
• utu excuse, If. in all the perfections of
governmental principles end machinery,
she starts not fully abreast of the best
gorertied state in the sisterhood, her own
ciliaens and statesmen will alone be to
blame.
It \* *a.l to admit. but it is true, that with
many of the youth of the day a rich herit
age t* a <"XkT** rather than a blearing. And
so it has l#en with nrvnyof the states here
tofore ftdmilted into the Union. It is to
!*e hoped that Washington will not fail into
that category. She U about to enter upon
the management and rontrol of a magnifi
rent heritage. * >ther jtate* under similar
circumstances have fallen a prey to *elti*h
and diahonaat officials, greed) speculator*
and rapacious thieves, and pr.< eien* patra
mone* have been *<|uander<*d witb com
paratively no benefit whatever to tbe com
mon weal Lb.
Washington mail »e warned by these
eiperiencs* and avutd them. She will re
let ve an almost pridtMn estate froui the
general government, Properly guarded
a-*"'. hai.«U<sl it wr! be a princely endoe
inent for educational purpose*, sufficient
to t arrv all of her youth from the primary
department of a public school through high
a idem; -\tuf*-« *:t i aford to many the
a ! vantage* <if university tramin?; bvidei
which and from other sources, she is
promised estates which, ante** made tbe
football of af>eculat*un. may i>« made the
stat-U* 1 au* of bar bora free from • hsrge for
dockage wharfage, toll* or other veiatious
reactions.
It »* to ! <e hoped that the young state
wi'd be <K{uai to her opportunities an..t re
sixNMibihties w:«e, liberal, progressive
and provident.
fttCATTLK'sb H«s|»'|l AI.ITY
Seattle is proud Yes. cerUmly. and ha«
good reason. Her business men are full
of enterprise energy snap, dash and g v
ahead Li ve ties s' Nobody *ie»ies it, every
body a trots ?l.
iUiL how a *»iit hospitality f A proud,
rich, * steep- » "g, dashing cu.ten, who
» ub aH these advantage? ami good jnalit e*.
yet is mhospttaiM« would much
a>lnuration o'attract many vl«itnrs to h,s
Oi- -,%'n s'cria •< v tf he st>. ?'■.*. . . pr
tbe Sarsret r>.irt or h- to ws.t«
thro *h agonies or moi pud sle* to
r«a- h his u-p.nsion he aouhl be ftooonntcd
a U*h
A grer? re,aitv * ulor*. in everr *»» de
s raSie are 1-ehtg *'.!»a'te.J to Soatt.e by
her repute for gr**' advantage* an.i hv ibe
:ei iiai.O!. her ts# * W.»r Sor t* l .# h <:■
«l : 'aS ties ft ret rUive mentioned. Hut io
w»lnee» ,snd en • wb4t they bav#
beard so much abont »n4 has* krfice.S , s >
it . !» to *ee and bsvonM id«a<;i«il with.
th*> s ut. whether they irriu I « r* 1 or
by lor m i ?tg distant (roan >iejx>t or
sreame* tending wade through a «e* of
w >1 t Cso fd appei the sto ie» heari.
I t' -r •* dre« -«i a» bwsves a ia:}* t v ito? to
a it' • »re ... k i .1 ea
* * t iiiay s« i * raiment to gratify ;r
*... t«s y «?»» I'm vd tn*
■»v .t. ! t > soy ",g oi the mortaring
hes' r agg in wn-fh ther them
•elves mast be seen,.
T v ft u tv It t» nasrerthy
• t ' * "* - < • er ■?> * •. «e
fesrse ts *e» * 'lawsed revuta-
I if tbe tilt have thser
hat" t« t'-iH. and are tt at-e ir ta+mt rh.* <h«.
grace fat t 1 ";'.! ilty. aoiae sbum shtin.id be
'■-tiw a'* e' h«» ** 1 "*sni { a*;-d
" %£*■■ s\4 56 !' W - C F id - r- 1• * v |
t this sua >:t anoU er on »fc. <4
he atiowad t» pa** satfl ball a doeera
«» eemmtnetrnd f»« tfc» prirv
epal faatftat-pteew for nweis and cars «p
(r high (rro'it i. It m k.iwwi U*« »•
farther urging wid 1* required on this
gßb>R,t. Let ptot«* Bs4ssrta®d thai
though v* »« iabortrt* under dJßrmtim
M know bOW t& )»
L. B. Mutter, the recently appointed
ffiinwtff to Cwsiftl Aaswit*. biM w®*
what roiled the Mexican aaU»onti«» by a
remark be madl on presenting h» cmten
t.aia -. ' onta Rica. Tb# remark to whi-.«s
exception* was takes «*s •* foiiowi:
"Already your most northern state is
about to be deprived of a considerable por
tion of her terntory on * nice question of
boundary." Tbit referred to an arrang*-
stent by »hich Measco bed been awarded
• *iice of Guatemala. tt w claimed that
Mr. Maner mentioned this matter merely
to inforce the wi«doni of friendly settie
ments t» racb raw. *
The ronetitauon of Siontana dietin' tiy
{e«aiaiesi faro end ail so-called • tquar®'"
ItEitt of chance. ' nder certain restric
they are authorized, which paw them
beyond the reat h of the police department.
it a bad -iart for the new stale. >"o
wonder the republican* bad a tight
squeeze to carry it.
** LET KK «0, GALLAGHER."
The True Origin «»f the Ciprruion Given
at Last.
Sfimi, Oct. 31.
To the Editor: In the article copied by
you from the Kansas City Timet, Cont«.*t»-
| ing the origin of the expression *' Let >r
go, <>«liagber," I think the writer has
* topped a little «bort of its source.
In so important a matter the truth of
biiU»ry must be preserve*!. The former
I>roprietor of a certain summer hotei not
far distant from New York city could
! probably gire the bottom facts, but he
might do it reluctantly. One summer
i inornibg. two or three year* since, a New
' York paper mentioned an occurrence at
that hotel, of which the folio wing is the
substance:
For Mrine kUtfrd grievanee, the female
help in the dining-room mutinied, and re
filled either to serve the gue-t* or leave
the room, Tbe proprietor proceeded t•
put them out forcibly. As he approached
tine named Gallagher, she stood with a
utah uplifted, ready to bring it down on
his devoted head, but hesitated. At that
moment another cried out, "Let 'er go,
frallagher.'' Gallagher did "let 'er go,"
and it *&5 the -ignai lor others to do like
wise. For a *bort tisue Boniface was bom
barded in a lively manner with hb own
crockery. I'robaoly the actor mentioned
by the Kansas City lima bad read the
morning pap*r.
I'KKHOXAL ANf» OEXKBAL
Robert Lincoln has never been known to
refer to uuy event in his father's career.
Millet's first effort at drawing was when
he was is years old, and the result eras a
caricature.
It is proposed to erect at Toronto, Cana
da. a public memorial of the late George
Laid law, the great railroad builder.
Postmaster-General John Wanamaker is
said to carry one of the heaviest life insur
ances ill the I tiited States, viz.: $1,300,000.
ibe Chilian minister and Senora Varus
have learned the English language and
will be niut h in society in Washington this
winter.
General Meigs estimates that the forth
coming census of the United Kates will
show that there are 67,240,000 people, in
cluding himseif.
Mr. Johannes Woltf recently played
eleven pieces on the violin for Vic
toria. and she gave him a diamond pin
and wrote him an autograph letter.
Cardinal Manning confesses to greater
pride in his work as a mediator in the
troubles between tbe London dock owners
and their men than to any recent achieve
ment of hisi life in the literary or theo
logical world.
Archdeacon Farm's reason for sending
hl> son U» t* tain rated as a civil engineer
in the Tolled states was that the schools
are progressive. The archdeacon says that
engineering in England i«twenty-fi\e years
behind that of America.
The Itev. Dr. Larimer has returned to
Chicago after a considerable tour through
Europe, "in l-ondon " he says, "what
* truck me as most important was that
there are BO open saloons on Sunday, ex
<i»pting for about an hour in the middle of
the day and an hour at night."
Wklhoirr f«»r Allm and Squire.
oysterville Journal.
In the senatorial race the most promi
nent name- now put forward are those of
John H. Allen from the east side, and Wat
son t Squire from tbe wet, Mr. Alien'a
election is conceded to he a walkover, ami
Mr. Squire should not i# far behind him.
Aa governor of the territory he made a
good record, is in every re- pert an able
man. one in whom it would lie perfectly
safe to trust the interest.* of the state of
Washington.
(isterasr "»qnlr«''« AiHsntngr.
M<>n;esan«« Vidette
The public i'*e«d (Governor S-juire the im
portant position he has heid. and bis well
known ability, will be of invaiual>lc> aid in
the *>trong caimn be is making. Should
bciwchttsen.be « il represent Washing
ton ;n a .nannar creditable alike to himself
and his constituents.
UrtUttil tt« l.i a<t.
OysttrviUe Josuaal.
The r«eT*lrmxu«*s<-»m a« it now comes
to our table show* a vast improvement in
every so, and contains eight page* of
fn ii reading matter, ami is bound to be
come tbe leading 5 .iper of Washington,
an i in t'.m-* w.l. ratA. among the greatest
paper* of the aire.
Daevsport i .tuv*.
Fnwtil tHtjtd to the election
of Governor Watson C. Kjmr* *& one of
t» e £ra| t tutol Mnnuirj for the
»;«(• ua th# t';r*t haiiot, "thr ie*;4atar*
t jj « HiT time before ftn«t;ogr a
JU«»1 t»i r# thoroughly qiaiift«M for the
poi turn
Allfti »h» t'rn|i|r''a t'hnte*.
PaUwa.fl
John H A. ers *.j the people'* chose* for
o se of our Unite*! M*se* «r a'or* and hi*
on ahoul.l <* an *>>»ured fa*-t, he ha*
earned the »».■>.tJot« an 1 ha* demonstrate*!
t:« t <u|*t« ,c* to Si; *b« oAc« with crtrdst
to the new «tefe
Alt Hr*H» t;, I.
t»arSt";;t » siter^?:«e
Amotjl she ma? « names that hare Nren
aienUored for the I t&:ted Mttn *♦ nator
*htp. tbat at Hon J. B Aam «ea-a» ?©
a re-pm*.?* th rd !»»{ the citf
*<*• ' o* Ka*t* W\?h.;\{u>r. Let .t tw
A; sen.
">pok an* t klit' ( h >it'*.
raierptt**
..e p*n» <4 FaJt think
th?y i v the pnr.ieire of r*r„inj
th* ' - t*4 «#aa»ar ftow F.*««s
W«»;. «f. n, and km tnnountwl Han, ft.
C SI * • t, ■ f ihat nxr u a rtodkUti.
t <• it* » *»#» Di.-.stij < *r».
** * 4 * *-? !fc«
«:• <*-■ fia »** A >•- n' «ia|«as».
* - :>• - f - Pa*s*c ra .«»*. feetwe-.a
K-.-'aaia :.»e *-.«• -ri r.*»r. ifr- vsu».aa
*a«i ttrr«t arv .tiiu^aL
SEATTLE POST-IXTELLIGEXCEB, FBID-VY, NOVEMBER 1. I s "'" 1 -
* acoma orT or THE BACK.
What Ltttk (bMr* M* Hs4 Deetxeyed
by tiiil w»*.
Taroraa New*.
The harmony that prevailed at last eve
ning's senatorial eaacus was <rf that in~
tense nature supposed to bare inspired the
ferae** gathering of Kilkenny cats or a
I»onnybrook fair. The Spr*r» <"«*
<m top, but the Thompson cat did the moat
• aiter-watiling. There was indeed
in the air." and a sound of devil
try by night For aU that, before
the meeting adjourned, the lion and
the lamb bad laid down together, with the
lamb snagty tucked away on the inside,
out at rear hof the wolf. It t» dtScult to
foresee the outcome of the present situa
tion. The Spragoe men have unques
tionably captured the sotid Republican
delenitios ar.d would, therefore, at first
bi ash appear to be masters of the situa
tion. On the other hand, the Thompson
men insist that the delegation does not
represent the general sentiment of thia
community, and that Mr. Thompson, re
lying on General Sprague's often repeated
assertion that he did not want the
honor, an assertion he is said to have made
previous to the election, has made an ac
ts re canvass of the territory, and has the
pledges of a sufficient number of delegates
to elect him. with the assistance of his own
county. It is claimed that GeneralSprague
cannot secure this vote, and that the sup
port of the Pierce county delegation will
therefore be no more than an empty honor.
General £pr*gue, they assert, is too obi a
man and bis infirmities make bim ineligible.
In this we think they are a littie too pre
vious. The general is apparently good for
at least twenty years more of active service,
and while be suffered recently from a long
and severe attack, he has completely re
covered. and is again active and aggre«*ive.
The best ground for opposing him.
in the estimation of the -Vrtrs, would
be. if it is true, his alleged
repeated assertions that he was
not a candidate, assertions that may have
induced Mr. Tbampson, at much personal
discomfort and eipense, to undertake the
canvas in bebalf of Pierce county and him
self. There was never any donbt in Mr.
Thompson's mind as to what he wanted.
It has been recognized from the start that
the senatorial bee was busy making it in*
teresting for him.
It is extremely unfortunate that the Re
publicans should have fallen into such dis
cord. the upshot of which is likely to be
that Tacoma will get left. Seattle has
buried the hatchet and scalping-knife used
in their predatory local warfare*, and is
united to a man on ivjuire*. With the
governor and a United States senator,
battle would absolutely control this
territory. 11 would forever be a thorn in
Use side of Pierce county Republicans
that tbev not only secured to King
county the gubernatorial plum bnt, unless
they mend their ways, the senatorial one
aiso. There is occasion for deep con
cern. Tacoma is entitled to the I'nited
States senator from this side of the moun
tains, and it is a matter that should tower
above mere personal aggrandizement, liotb
General and Walter J. Thompson
had better be immolated than that Pierce
county should enter tbp senatorial race
handicapped by a rancorous, wrangling
match,such as last night's caucus indicated
x» on the tapis.
SOI IKK A STATESMAN.
Hii Reports H« Territorial iiorernor Were
MaitrrjilM**,
Walla Walla Union.
One of the laws governing the territories
requires the governor of each to make an
annua! report to the interior department of
the condition of the particular territory
over which he presides. Trior to 18S4 this
law had l>een construed by territorial gov
ernors and the interior department to re
quire a short synopsis of the returns of the
county and territorial officers, and little
else.
On the 2d of July, President Arthur
appointed Colonel Watson C. Squire, of
bcatile, to be governor of Washington ter
ritory. He was the first territorial gov
ernor appoiued in accordance with "the
home rule" doctrine of the Republican
platform. I'pon assuming the duties of bis
office Governor Hqnire gave a construction
to the law regulating the conduct of such
officials that has been followed by all other
territorial governors to the present day.
He decided that it was his duty to make
an official, detailed rejiort of the known re
source* of the territory and give
an intelligent gue-s at its lat
ent resources, and he began to
prepare the most elaborate and complete
rej>ort of tlie physical geography of each
county in Washington, with a statement of
it-< population, development, commerce,
industries, tran*portatiov. facilities and
known and pr nimble resources, that had
ever been made by any governor of any
territory, llis report was published by the
general government, and it was deemed so
valuable that hundreds of thousands of
<oj ies were printed by the territory, the
Northern Pacific and by private enterprise,
and circulated broadcast over the world.
It wa- the best "immigration pamphlet"
ever puMised. twraiue besides the staiup of
honesty and 'airne*.* which tub statement
in it bore njvon its face, it wa- also an
official publication.
The rejwrt made by Governor Squire in
IS-1 ha* been the model for th* annual re
ports made by all other governors ol ter
ritories since that year. it ws« a master
piece.
That and the other reports he made dur
ing the nearly four years he was in office
contain many recommendations which
show, upon their faces, that they were
wade by a man who has thought deeply
upon how to promote the general welfare
of the people, and that they are the sug
gestions of a broad-minded 'talesman, not
of a mere or demagogue.
They Drove him well qualified to serve the
people of Washinton intelligently and ef
t cienUy as a senator in conare-s.
Mr. Aliea'* OunllAtitlun*.
Orstemlie Jonruai.
John 1' A •tit,> be receiving a
hear y support from all part* of the state
a» candidate for f nited £tat«* -enate. and
if any man i- entitled to this high honor he
s* certainly the one. He made a gallant
tight for the Republican party in w«- when
the territory was atr*>ngiy IVmocratic,
a; 4 made a brilliant 'anrass which ended
in his election but owing the admission as
a state into the Union, he wa* prevented
from talr.ng the otfer* to which he was th'is
e!e red. ana the Repr.Mjran party will give
hira now, what they were oryling he shomd
have sa*t year. Mr Allen's ability, cour
se and honestr w tuguiiapated. and he i*
m every way et»:nentiy r.tted to represent
v*e great stale of \\ with credit
and honor
Hu >*»» I* .Ihti H. A Hew,
Sw»«ai> Vi,}ette
t)rse candidate at
<|aal IhatiaM that eapactalh- fir him for
tr ,# 5 - ti' !» Jitv ;*■»n
h>aorod the peoprt* he ha* dihventiy
arv4 answerrinjr * arred out their «i*he»
a-sd h;* record *; a ma-, and jrohlic o«-ial
Is » ch a« to e-u»<}«» h.sn to tie hearty t_p
port and ir. ior*er;»r? he is receiving
througtjoat the s ate We refer to Hon
T -'-hn B A hen w bora we feieve the Jegt#.
»atate w 4 . m one of the Tr-sted
-vates senator* f*om th-.s state
Ht* >*»# i« W •;«.,»> f. SqHir*.
Hooteaaa ViAr r«
Tie mo-t :> ra'iv for mt
three rr, re*entas: ve# in this, our Hr*i
t: eetinc of the first state
*i-l e U»* sett uoo oi I tuCed it't» aena-
tors and for Western Washington ;n par
ucuiar *« should bare * man, iw. of
superior ahiiitr; second, ft man of exper
ience in jwihßc affairs, and third a nian
who is thoroughly posted as to the needs of
Western Washington; be should be a man
who can ocmmar.d respect and ft" a bear
ing m the Cailed gta&es Senate. anil such a
aian you will find in Seattle; bis name is
Watson C. Squire. When the Chinese
racket was on, the governor said to me he
would npboW the law and dignity of the
territorv if it took a leg off, thon*h it
killed bias poetically even, after be should
do his duty. B*-*J®rernor Squire has the
ability, experience and sand for the posi
tion, and *« believe will get there.
Modesty of Spokane Falls.
Montesano Videtie.
The dispatches inform ua that the Spo
kane delegation to the state legislature are
solid for S. C. Hyde, of that county, for
United States senator; and also for Col
onel J. W. Feigham, of the same place, for
speaker of the house. No doubt within a
few days we will be informed that Spokane
has chosetf the sergeant-at-arms. clerks and
other officers of the legislature. Nothing
like modesty!
On the First Ballot.
Davenport limes.
King county will give Governor Squire
its solid vote in the legislature for sen at o-.
A sufflcit'nt number of other counties wi:l
follow suit, insuring his election on the first
ballot.
The Chief Reason for th* great aureesa of
Hood's ftursaparffla is found In the fact that
Merit Win*. Hood's aarwpaHlla fa the best
blood pcrSCcr and actually accomplishes all that
ia claimed for it. Prepared by C. I. Hood A CVx,
Apothacariea, Lowall, Miss. Sold by draggista.
T II E
Fremont Manufacturing Co
MANtTACTtjatRJ or
Flooring, Doors, Windows,
Sash, Blinds, Book.Cases,
Cffico and Store Fixtures,
A\D ALL kl.\[>S OP WOOD WORK.
Managers office at the Factory la
Kretuont,
Office of President and Treasurer.
Bo* to a Block, Seattle.
M. PHILLIPS, President,
P. P. CARROLL, Treasurer.
ALEX WALLS, Mmrnsfer.
R<M?MS 22, 23, 24 aad 2j. Bos ION BLOCK.
AB iiwtltuUon poeeewlnr uneqoal-d facilities
for prepariuit young of both far
a< ti*ebu»in.«» Hie AI.II BP St NESS BR AM'II FX
PLAIN A.M> OKNAMKNTAL PENMANSHIP
fctr.. oracttcal.y aiul tlioioughly Uught.
for Catalogue and bj.tximen^
Pcamau>hlp.
Students Admhted at Any Time.
Wa Cliong Tea Store
Importer and General Dealer in
Chinese Merchandise
South Fifth an<t Washington street*. Seattle.
[ MAMM & SC/ftfAT£, PROPS. <>UR ' EENT WIU ™ WT > OU ON AR
*" "' ....... i i i... . 1.,,., -i i i ,i. rival of «!1 tratns ftu.i n<
WASHINGTON TERRITORY INVESTMENT CO
PAID, TTP» CAPITAL, SSQ,QOO.
ROBERT a. BOYIJC, Pres.: WM. M. WOOD, Sec'y. and Treaa.; £. A. STItOUT, Vice-Pros.
'i ItUB I K K8:
W. K. BAILEY", GEO. H HKILBRON. R. A. ST ROUT, R. 11. BOY LB,
JOSIAH COLLINS, JR.
General Real Estate Investments and Insurance. Money to Loan
LLEWELLYN-DODCE BLOCK.
lininno* Department Represents th*
SfTA K, | ftiTAH A**KTH»
finardft*. #f l«wV>n l«_'f f.n.fluc out) no Ins. Co. o! State rvf Pa ir>» ST«"V»s? .J?
of ©others r.ur* Is*'} 3,1120.0 Pi 97 American, of ihtston . ls!S tl
Pcnu a Hre, ol I'toU a.. i*is ; ,it»» v-3 is Michigan Kim and Marine isal &C7,sti a
KILOEN BLOCK. SEATTLE.
Ut ALI. ITS BRANCHED,
I ire, Marine, Life and Accident
TAYLOR & BURNS, AGENTS.
DO AN EXTENSIVE INSURANCE BUSINESS, —■
REPRESENTING 25 COMPANIES, THE BEST IN THE WORLD
Prorgpt p«; n"n: o?'•>> "a. nf >vir old ra.tomgra OffWln VUHory b'.a-<
"Swk MORAN BROS,
Ba' rnal Setween Charies as 1 S«rman streets .Ad.-otatait irr duck.)
n n ' • wr^mV*! 8 . 4 ,a 2F ,|, « l wl,b n, '» ani improved ma hlnery. Oar faculties t<r
ta'-' £ e*- • ®f; i* ,cwt, l t»*t««ek in«a braaaaad pipe a-xl Pur,*,
?•'»»V a-' •*£- V e ' r «**<» *'-2 d t»oS
. m * ■*> r ». * tf * Xi *»••"#$•* Uiry, uiJ are |ir?e,<*.:<&! u>
l nu!nr * : i: - r ° it,iX ■ *
File Your Papers.
A Jar#* lire of Cabinet, Document an 1 Legal Blank F :e« Jnrt -weired by
LOWMAN ASO HiHPOBD STATiONEBY m FBiKTIKS CO,
====rrr — ri ;V M *' * l " r >'»• VR C M FUR 1 .
IHE WM. fl. HUGHES COMPANY,
BOOK .JOB PRINTERS
liO Madison St., B#t. Front and Second.
Takea V*mw*rr*. *
raauspectwl emrtM* tar malaria ealrt ererr
*tee*L A imakm tot panjy filled >ith water
in the rtdnitT of ymr aheda, a nev K»cetioa
xiron land KUei ia. bat formerly oTe. Cowed or
raarsft*. and naw< far more oecalt than these
pr- dace the atasoapberic niatmata which cotwtt
tote the genu that, If labeled, ripen into Jerer
and aaa# and coneeaital A person
tak*c ana ware* with a malarial cwraplaic
it dceUre* Itself. «ee* aid
froa the safe, owdial medi
rtrie Foivtw'i sttmtrii Bttte/s, wlttch has for
overs J bird of a eentarr. end in every qnarter
el the gtebe, lettered tbo malaria-stricken
neutralised raia*ma in air acd water. Tb< Bis
ter* imparts aeti*ity to the stomach, howels and
Mrw rrTH*i* "BcipSeuT rheumatism. and rease
diea inaction oi t»e kidneyt and bladder. A?
petite asd sleep arc tmpeer. d, and the mflrm.i
tieeof «ee»iu*a«ed by itaate.
li GRADERS WASTED
-BY THE
Green Lake Electric Railway Co,
Wages, $2.25 per Day.
Board, $4 per week. Lodjinsrroom provided,
men to furn'.t*. taeir own
blankets.
Apply to Foreman on the work north
of Fremomt.
Wm. D. WOOD, Acting Manager.
CROCKERY WARE,
GLASSWARE, LAMPS,
GROCERIES, Etc.,
AT COST,
We hare bought the stock of W. T. Pillman,
Colonial block, and must close it oat. as we want
the room lor oar OWD lineoi basmes* of boots
and shoes.
RAYMOND. EGGERT CO.
H. JOXES
A full assortment o! men's and bay?
Boots aid Sloes
ON HAND.
Yesler Ave., Foot Second St.
FOR. SALE
In lots to suit, at lonres: pncoa:
Haj, Oats, Brau, Shorts,
Wheat, Middlings.
Mixed Feel,
Rolled Barter,
Flonr, Cracked Com, Potaloo
Clinrvoal, Onions.
T. R. PUMPHREY
Telephone No. Its.
Irni tf A yf' '
NOTICE on
AUTOGRAPH . t £sy* LABEL*
OF AN ° GCT
™ E GCNUINE
J. F. McN AUGHT
Lo.is anfl Land Investinents,
ROOM »S3. IIOSTON WIXJCK.
s•''!( I I
OF LIVE STOCK,!
12 CARLOADS CHOICE YOUNG M
For fxle at reasorahle price?, and rem- RETAIL. 'ally low iuw.
S• LE t>uy«r* Of are or mow Wm«, •.,> *h , for •a 1 ,- :o til pl»»*
portian tto aueka. Iw.lt pay duly on a): vhtpm- u» to bwv« rt ;n Br •£/!?" nSB
i urvhaaer* eaa apply to me la perwui, by m*i; or
Satisfaction O-iaarantoJ
<Merrb«-.:»' National Bank. > "■
Re/ereucea, ?«. E. Mill#? ACo. Bankers A *
<Nort.ii battle Bank. **• £ JqJm[ S
P. O. Box I.lio, Seattle. Cemwr Fifth and Yw»J*r \*<enne, v||9^H
FAIRHAVE^
—THE—
RAILROAD CENTER J
AND —
Growing Metropolis
OF —
Bellingham Bay and the Lower Soun
Is now on the market Those who profited by investing in Seattle a m
years ago can readily appreciate the importance of getting ?
in on the ground floor. For information 1
call on or communicate with
M. M. CARRAHER & C(
HtHS Second Street, Seattle. i
PROSPECT TERRACE HOUSES
Alt h* NOW KKADY I
FOR SALE I
Ten houses, five, six and eigtr-roomed, $1,500 $1,790
upwards. Rented they wiil bring over 17 per cent, of the seiiS
price. Lots 54x100 feet, located on the highest ridge overlooking bIP
Washington, south of Jackson street on Rainier street md Lake View samK
commanding a magnificent view of Lake Washington, Mount Rainier and de
Cascade range, Pugef Sound and the Olympic mountains. The heict ajP
trend of the ground make this property unusually healthful, the land
thoroughly drained, which is a most important and econoajicai conskfetgia&
This locality is naturally one of the most favored in the city, and is la* bttomi
ing an elegant neighborhood. The entire block is surrounded with an troJ>
fence and every lot will be planted with flowers, a paid contract wi?h a fHoraP
being furnished by the owner to each purchaser. L
THE HOUSES ARE SUBSTANTIALLY BUILT, I
(No cheap contract work) finished with cedar, furnished with mantels ae&
grates —supplied with water by the Spring Hill Water Works. I
% Terms One-Third Down, Balance Long Time. I
Apply to C. J. CHRISTIE, office 307 Columbia Street O*A
hours from 1 o to 4. P
PACIFIC CARPET COHPANI
Are now located at
921 WEST STREET,
Near foot of Madison,
... jjn
SEATTLE, WASH. .
M. SELLER & CC
IMPORTER AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Crockery, Glassware, Lamps, Cutlery and Platedwari
The Only Exclusive Crockery House in the City.
Hotel nucl Bar Goods a Special#
Goods marked in plain figures; one price and square dealing to aIL «
us a call and examine goods and prices,
714 Second Street, Boston Block. SEATTLE. WASH.^
SCHWABACHER BROS. & Co.,
UNCORFO RATED.)
Imports-* *ud Strictly WboieMl* Dealera !a
GROCERIES, HARDWARE, IRON AND STEEL BUILDS
MATERIAL, MINING AND BLACKSMITHS'
TOOLS, FARMING IMPLE
MENTS, ETC., ETC
Compare our prices with either San Francisco or Portland. W*
price lists mailed on application.
SCHWABACHER BHQS. <fc CO. (IyCORFOMTt^
MECHANICS' MILL & LUMBER CO,
* : J|w
MANUFACTURERS or ALL KIND? or
i
ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMBB
SASH, DOORS AND BUILDING MATERIAL.
| V*k*r*• too 4 *?oek of h«n<l n rn'l'.t *io roai.lag Jl
prtptreu toS- a£icocu* u wiih protaftam «:! !.a.
. O8lo: At Mill, root of Xorman Stroot.
San Francisco Bridge Compai
pile iDnrviira-
OFFICE: - - FOOT OF JACKSON 8181®

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