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A MAN AND A WOMAN. By S tr>y
Waterlvi. Way & W1 ill a ma. Chicago.
The rtpQli'kattoo of "A Man and a
V - man** rf a.is the popularity which the
t v. » o* Mr, Stanley Waterloo have
r : n*"d In Lot-don.. In the EngiUh edition
of this novel Mr. Waterloo ha* written a
critical *»say on the "Chicago School of
Luerature," hailed last ytar by Sir
Waiter l«want la an appreciation of Mr.
Waterloo** work*. Apropos of a "Chi
cago School of Literature" Mr. Waterloo
bad this to My: "A first impulse is to
uy that no such 'school' exists. Tnere
ar»- cot a few writers ia this region, but
t. 'f# is no well-d» fined school. The vai
-1 »ya of the Mtssi«slppt and Upper St.
Ltwrenoe river* cum bine to nuke a vast
country between the ASlegbanles and
Kocktr mountains. In which country a
majority of the people of the United
B■ ates have their being. These millions
havt, perhaps, as much Intelligence and
are made up as much of reading com
munities as are the people of any other
nr~u of the world. The books of a num
i" r of writers chancing to live west of
the Alleghanie* ar> successfully published
and widely read, and the number of auth
ors and reader* in reaae yearly. It is a
region of r.-w*pap*r#. at almost every
ra-iroad station, and in every hamlet. •
* • Until lately American lif> was chiefly
portrayed as It has been, or is, on the
Atlantic or as it was in the early
'U'-B on the Pacific coast, and as tt is no
miiie there or any wiit.ru eise. The great
American eltl H have thu* far exorcised
t-iigljt Influence upon the wrir»rs of
American Action. Our novelists and
Hiort story writers have chosen the life
i f rural communities and small towns for
a i ickground. Speaking broadly, Amer
i »n life of the Alleghanica and east
of the Pacific slope has be* n aim oat uu
known territory in the world of fiction.
"Vet this territory holds most of the
real bone and sinew of American life,
hoida the center of population, tho very
«ore of the continent of North America.
l!om this central region of the great
lake* and the Mississippi valley tribute
i* paid to Chicago. The life of the people,
o? thus area Is largt-ly concentrated and
fully Illustrated here, end such life be
gin* to find expression through the
vi!lter* of {'itlcaxo and the Middle West.
They should, perhaps, rather b* called
the "Chicago" group than the "Chicago
school,' as Sir Walter Besant has chrls
iened them—with that quick and kindly
appreciation of what is good anywhere,
which is one of his characteristics—for
they differ greatly In their methods and
points of view. Nothing approaching a
Vhoo!,' or cult of authors exists in Chi
< .MO, and probably nothing of the kind
w II ever ft»umh here. The ,-plrlt of the
West Is too broad, too altvo to the ini
tio use diversities of human experience
tnd character to admit the sacrifice of
individuality to any set form. In Chi
t .(►.o and Its vicinity a number of writers
wii» lot k out upon thu world around
t in. . ich for himself or herself, have
"ii -"H and shown their force. In their
1 k* American character and Aracr
!< n Ifa appear a« existing In the Mid.lie
W. at. Human life has Interest fvery
wu • and. sooner or later, these chron
»« ■ rs of t.fu quality of It must tak* their
i willful puice In th world of literature."
iIANJA; a collection of short stories l>y
the author or "gtio Vndis." Uttle,
Hrown & Co., iioston.
s.\-ral short stories liy ilenr\k Slenkle
& are i-*u, l under the title "Hanla."
The tale which gives the title to th»>
volume U tho pathetic story of a Polish
i ir 1. hft an orphan ind tho war»l of a
)i.»f>letiwn'i «»n. ila and a handsome
Tartar love the girl and fight a duel for
her. Uuth <rt' grlevoudy wound* >l, and
the girl. through < xposurc. caioh.-a the
s maftpox. She la t. rrlbly disfigured and
tho love of i'i!h her suitor- dlts when
s v look on hr fat o, hut each offers to
make tor his wife, The girl refuses to
a -pt their loyally under the circum
stances and becomes a sister of charity.
"Tartar Captivity." another story, was
the 0: »t draft, which was afterward fx
pan-'ird into "With Klrc tU'l Sword;"
"'Lei I j I'ol - w Him" t-- a powerful short
ssory «h h gave the author the Uha of
>i:t in st f i-no; r«.<tuan . "Quo Vad-."
"Chare il dke'ebt'■'«" w<r# wrltttn when
the author was in JL.i* Angelea. The;.
«• l • ' v •rUniH t'oltah type*. Tho book is
trans a;oil :.>• J» r< at! »h Cuiiain, and eon
tab n a pH'turi of Ftotikfowics and his
young <.; a .*hter In tu-up: uneulng cos
tu-ae.
-j- «*• +
l U VTVUS, ANi'l F.NT AST MODEUN.
r ;!■: *h> d by 1 »-»ub!fd.*y, M Olurf & Co.,
Ni'vr V>-rk. s!.nt».
fhe abova Is tht> title of a collection of
jt ivera for daMy use. irathwi-d from
r .!'.}• » «: - «. av- I at and m ' lern, and
;irr.i»;:d by Mary r Til••"»'.on. A
nun-N r of th«-«e prayers date from
t * ftfih and ; >ith c :itur!f«, taV> n from
V ' t -r fdne, O- : a-. iti and m
i on'!" a :■»«-«, from » i h th.' c llrcis In
thf l'-o >k f romm.m I'raycr are in a
*:» ,t me;Mir.> derived. The carneat and
't. vt- ' di' ■ of St. AuiU?tino b -
1 "t? to the « mu ;■ •: !. la the mi !,V >
St. A - :m. TV -:-: - a Kemp's a- s
t;* c > tr )•••» d. vout prayer*, and for
tl > "r»«Fnt r> nMry >r<» th.- n of
\ K.i*«*t?! si- Paw son
K wland A\ :! am#. I'. 15, I'uvy and
ctb« rs too »•- h nttoa. Tbea >
p'i\er>. - -•.s-d t • da:'y r-idlnsr. aro
p'in'vd !n f.no torn t> ;>«% with orna
jv.ental in. tial letter*.
-t- -?• +
1 'M \M 1' 1 VST l;ri*onT. Fy M '
v, ,» ». .v'•••%••»») l'o ij, |», Putnam's
8u;-,a. N. Y. &W.
\! Iv , ■ t>. r>"'. Who W*« Widely cen
* "• ! f r r : f Olt ?! ■ }. • h >•;. a
ut. *h * u err: •.« « may « spe. m
' t- k. "'S'rarire Bohemes of Randolph
M ■ :»." v .as w: tt a a" r'vr V. k of
k v IVr trd* b«v»k. which cw*
11* a of a ru«b*r of short stories. !r.-
grr'ouj-i c astrected. «nter:aln?n« and
»: t'r a!. Mr b.-;« w • Jit. a * rather
hi -shy preface, sspialnlnff bis motive in
I' '-•'eat sh v. ■ and »hortcomi: c<
Of tho law. "Yet th,» author fa advised
t! i* at ten • n > l I . railed to thfa
putter," says Mr. iVst, -iest the
-• cord ma upon a ho*rte« ex
•: in-lee-1 a after th» punishment
»- f -a peine torte et Oure Is k ->-.ne out
r. ~rv hundred )«r*. she good oiisaer. mill
r*rd v h. hi sKst one ir«lJUess w?jt» B*ard*
•' ' 1 »"■ •> '«a <v < a.-sa:',. I; mrn
»l 'H their a:Ts:r» *>'-rt jjaselrsj to ar-.d
"w i. a (jr;ai »-*id»e, . i one • auid
di*cov?r that certain planks in Its floor
ing *f re defective; would be do evil if he
pointed them out to h;s fellows? If men
labor-d In the shops and traded In the
market confident in the security of their
ci-y's wall, and one should perceive that
the wall was honeycombed with hole*,
c uld he *»and dumb and escape the stig
na. of being a traitor? The law makes
little difference In the degree of moral
turpitude between the suppre*slo veri and
the sugifstio falsi. Both are grievous
wrong-. The duty of the Individual to
the state la ImDeratlve. He cannot evade
It and continue to regard himself as i
worthy citizen."
THE FREEDOM OF HENRY MERE
DYTH. By M. Hamilton. D. Appleton
St Co. *I.OO.
"The Freedom of Henry Meredjrth" is
a rather dismal tale of an unhappy En
glish family. The story begins with a
divorce and reaches no higher level. In
spite of the flijypant and cynical sayings
freely interspersed in its page* the story
fas only miidly interesting.
The December Cosmopolitan Is largely
devoted to the work and character of
Helnrlch Heine, apropos of the centennial
of his birth at Dusseldorf. Heine's waa
a complex nature. Of Bemitlc origin, his
aspirations were Hellenic; of German
education, his mind was filled with Gallic
Ideaa. Prof. Edward Dowden contributes
an article in English. Edouard Rod in
French, and Karl Frenzel In German.
Also an article entitled "From a Mat
tress Grave" from the pen of I. Zangwill,
so finely penetrating and strong in its
human realism tbat the reader will gain
a clearer insight from it than from vol
umes of abstract dissertation.
HOTEL AHHIYALS.
THE BUTLER.
Harry Hamburger. Victoria.
T. E. de Steguer, City.
Fred Drew. Port Gamble.
P. J. Haw ley, Kent.
Lester W. Davis. Blaine.
John F. Green, Harrington, Waslv
J. E. Taylor. Canto, 0.
John Hines, Canton, O.
W. W. William*. U. 8. navy.
Thomas J. Murphy, Fort Angeles.
R. Pleshaver, St. Paul.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ferguson, Missoula.
Thomas Webb. Riverside.
C. F. Jarky. Seattle.
Miss McDermott, Washington, D. C.
Douglas White, San Francisco.
H. w. Edwards. Spokane.
A. F. Spawn, Tacoma.
Frank C. Young, Los Angclea
Jam<'s Cooper, St. Louis.
W. K. Ward. Victoria.
H. Eknmenden, Vancouver.
Carl Borkman, Tacoma.
Henry Peeper, Butte.
A. K. Butttrfteld, Portland.
C. P. Baughman. San Franciscan
J. M Park, South Bend.
S. W. Smith. Victoria. B. C.
W. 8. Berdan, Portland.
Alf. Richards, New York.
M. King. Victoria.
John Polsen, Conner.
H. C. Dodson, Portland.
M. Bernstein. City.
James E. Bell, Everett.
8 C. Voorhees. Covington, Ky.
I*. t». Taylor, ban Francisco.
J. A. Mackellar, Tacoma.
THE RAINIER-GRAND.
Cyrus Walker, Ludlow.
C. E. Locke, Chicago.
J A. Blttel, Chicago.
William G. Blatt. Detroit.
Mrs. C. Norwood. New York.
V. K. Bl inkenbaker and wife. Big S%nfly.
M. J. Maxwell, San Frani-isco.
Mrs. H. C. Draper. Port Angelea
It. S. Faby, Portland.
E. H. Manning. Portland.
G. S. Boudebush, St. Louis.
J E. Cowles. Detroit.
F. K. Struve, City.
E. C. Cheasty, City.
THE NEW ENGLAND.
Thomas Rice. Everett.
Pat Hayes. Everett.
W. Canfleld. Minneapolis.
William Lawrence. Minneapolis.
J. F Dougherty. Cherry Valley.
F. C Parker, La Conner.
E. Shanklin, City.
John M »rrlson. Mosher.
H. C. Bird. Buckley.
J K. jiv-dderly, Newcastla
Frank Mortimer. City.
, <!.orge Mortlni»-r, City.
Fred <\ Klsenbe!®. City,
t'harles 1 Mudo, Everett.
Th mas Hyde, City.
Itotwrt Gwinn, Cltv,
John Northcver. Tacoma.
A Porter, Chicago.
Frank Goff. Chicago.
M Krii kson, Mosher.
c. W, Marshall. Hamilton,
John M Uoy. La «" nner.
; J. J. Brown. Jr . Si. I,culs.
THE DILLER.
| >t. K. Kinney, New York.
F J. WaNh. Everett.
A 1, MoCHnton. Fori Towr.send.
Richard Crain and wife Port Towr.-
send.
Mrs. E «}. English Mount Vernon.
M's. 10. N Ferris. Mount Vernon.
M.>« (julnby. Mount Wrnon.
I l'rsnk Quinf y. Mount Vernon.
>! •<* Marie D'Jorup. Mount Vernon.
Mrs. flauss.n. Mount Vernon.
1 *. X|!H '* Hendricks and children.
M unt Vernon.
J i M It. Norfolk. Vs.
Henry Braithwaite. Norfolk. Va.
G* urge W. Bru • . Skagit.
I.ouN Kunte, N. » York.
M. Richards, S fthumixh.
J «. > Gru!;«. Snchomii'h.
lajuSr J Br.'ly. Chicago.
J• m> Jay EMerwaite, Dcnveft
i A Kofer. Chicago,
i F. Anaoortes.
W■' m Stanyar, V. ior.x.
K 1.. Mrown, Sydney.
B. F. Fatten. Auburn.
A F. Itund*. Auburn.
A!« x Holme*. Arlington.
J F. Fin'gan. Colorado.
J W. M.Ghie, Walla Walla.
J H Tfteron. Puebla, <" I
G-It. Sharper. Ai!*gl,eny.
J t>. < K. Elliott. Pittsburg. Pa.
M Hull» rt Snohomish.
C. V. Prt**entin nr. d wife, Blrlsvtew.
i" 1. Ltwrv. Sn >taomish.
J itne.« A. Isetf. »tik I'arti.T
1 ■ T ,'iv„is K'-Per. Snohomish.
Capt. J. A. Rooke*. Shu- Alice A. Leigh.
«.;> F AnifTacoma.
W Ames. Tacoma.
! M• - Arm* Tacoma.
F. W. Foiiock. I'> i
i' !p A«hton. Dy« a
Mrs Joba Conway. M>nro*
; h Fartson. G-obe. Aria.
\\ >l, Daniel* Globe. Arts
Xl:». L. M irphy. San Frirclsca.
THE NOiITHERN.
I J A Coleman. Everett
i W, o \an Si huvarr. Portland.
| J K Stmth. lUltiratw*.
i M. F. .lohncton. lnd;*r.apoii£.
| Frank Timnu' <"*hlongc
i »" Jtunvard. Waverly. 111.
W. C. Tim mi*, la Grange led.
• A J Gilbert. La Grassge, Ir.d.
1 \i K.'. i'eterson. Masm.
j ii C. Hansen. Mason.
<•' o? C. Burton. Portland.
| 1' Mi lVnald. Philadelphia.
P.iut owrann art wie. llttsburg.
A. J H .11, N< sr York
A. > Croweii. Spokane^
A. Har.rie'd. \ ct.-ria.
J H. Hail, Victoria.
A H iiaker, Victoria
W. Mann and wife. Port Townssnd.
J W Htirrse. Port Angeles.
Avl, Hetfieid, Chicago.
A Khrman, S.jtt Jt»se. Cal.
J -. L .n Stanley, fan Jose, Ca!
Stanley, jr.. San J ■#*. Cat.
V - - ,r. It! run- «n. San Cat
1 <"0 lit-rr .tsn }?ar. Jo-« rxt.
J e I'. Ktwe. San Jos*., i*al.
t 'vriiv M Meis;er. Portland.
> it. Her,nett. Do*.g -iS l«i*i;J.
1' A Woodin. Fairrs* en.
La.ry Tacoma.
TUt- SEATTLE POST-INTELLIGENCER. SUNDAY. JANUARY 16. 1898.
THE OCCIDENTAL.
Charles Mootaldo and wife, San Fran
cisro.
J B Howard St. Lois!*.
Y. M C&'.ilgan, EvfW-
L f. Coot ci ty.
B. D. M.iar. Mi'lw, S. D.
Dell JfcCord. Marshal ton. la.
E. J. Cor win, Sheldon, la.
J. M. Startu* k. Cherokee, I. T.
George Hardin, City.
D. A. Jones. City.
James A 8?-wart City.
T. H. Bro k« Fort Bl<>k#lry,
E. F. Rodger*. Santa Barbara.
T. J. McCroekey, Santa Barbara.
Win. N. Pearson, Santa Barbara.
Thomas Flack. San Francisco.
S. S. Vincent, San Francisco.
C. H. Bundocacher, wife and children,
DeßVff.
F. M. Jordan. a«rt. "In Gay Paris."*
HOTEL BRUNSWICK.
Miss Li'jra Chart. Lincoln, CaJ.
Mrs. Sara Hoean, Lincoln, Neb.
C. D. Kimball, ML Vernon.
E. S. Howard. Avon.
J. Wilson, City. A -
E. G. Van v'Oiker.burg. Fidaigo.
J. Glotrstein, Chicago.
Miss Campbell. Spokane.
J. Rtld. Whatcom.
Frank T. Reid. Kingston.
J. C. Coi»man. Butte. Mont.
J. F. Hart, Everett.
Charles Green. Portland.
TV". B. Montgomery. BlufFton, Ind.
W. M. Burroughs. Northflela. Minn.
P. I Packard. Portland.
C. W. Glbm Portland.
G. W. Owens. New York.
C. G. And r us, Portland.
PARTIES bound for Alaska should
take at lea?t twenty dollars in eilver
quarters, halves and doliars along with
them, as it is very scarce m that coun
try and the inability to make exact
change frequently results in extortion on
the part of packers, boatmen and others,
often resulting in compelling parties to
pay from fifty cents to two or three dol
lars in excess of regular rates.
IOWA Iron Works, Limited, Dubuque, la.,
build the best machinery for river steamers
and make a specialty of building ecctlonal
steel hulls, which can be easily shipped
and quickly bolted together; also builders
of all kinds of marine machinery and boil
era. Represented by F. A. Hill, with Hib
fcard & Norton Co.. Yealer dock. Seattle.
WE prevent snow blindness. Eyes test
ed free. Miss Wllzinski, Optician, 111
Cherry street.
UNCLE SAM bought Frye-Bruhn Com
pany English Cured Bacon because of its
superior quality.
ANNIE RUSSELL—Diseases of
women, tt Roxwell.
To He I.labted With Electrlritr.
PITTSBURG. Jan. 13.-Wlthin two
months the catacombs of Rome will be
lighted by Incandescent lights. The West
inghouse company has received a cable
gram from its Rome representative, an
nouncing that he had secured the contract
for lighting the catacombs of St. PHlllsts.
St. Agnews. St. Cyraca, St. DemStilla, St.
Prlscilla and St. Bentianus.
IT MAKES A DIFFERENCE.
Straggling hair Is an abomination. It
takes judgment to give the hulr the right
sort of kinks to get the best effe ts for
the face. Every person Is interested in
having the hair look as well as possible.
Every lady wants the most becoming ar
rangement for her flowing tresses. We
help you to know how to make your hair
a becoming part of the toilet.
J. J. WITTWER. 620 Second Ave.
Going• j
i Alaska?
1 We Have j
1 Everything |
You Need in
F 1 Ac
7* 1
jU Mill.
~
*V
f.
We not only nopply onr ran
lompr* nlth the
. BEST GOODS FOR ME
f. LEAST MONEY,
* n\;
BIT WE ALSO
| GIVE THEM FREE
£*T *V
Imlruction*,
« I" V uhit'll I lirt can
; MAKK on the around In \ln«.
Uit tli«■ »«• tn<ll«|i«'i>»nt»le r<*t|ti|.
• itc» in »nrre»af»l tnininc, the
HOt KKit »the rennlt of o\er ISO
p\pprl«'Bi«>, r.-.juirint; f
no «|iiU'k*il« erl, IHFI'I.KS and
*■ •»!.! ICK IKiVOj nl»o lion to
|>ark jour Mnlninl no that the
loud Mill May with it. Thl*
knnnlrdiir i« worth n* much
to the miner Mho mmlil *ue
crrd in itn<kil MS i% hi* outfit,
»: nnil MP
6lve It to Our
Customers
Free.
Spelger
I Hurlbut,
*
1215 and 1217 ;
Second Av.
tfl t|l l%\ 1$ t|l tjl ifr fllls] tfr $ $ »|»s $ (ft »$t t|l t|l t|l $ l|l
I |
% Second Av. atid University St. ▼
4 xxx '
I Values That Need - |
$ Only to Be Mentioned |
❖ AND EVERY CAREFUL BUYER WILL SEIZE THE OPPORTUNITY TO SECURE THEM. THIS BUSINESS WAS RUTLT OK QUALITY AND LO\r ill
|*t| PRICES. WE SELL ONLY SUCH AS WE CAN WARRANT TO PLEASE AND WEAR. IT HAS BEEN OUR CUSTOM FOR YEARS TO CHEER, i
FULLY REFUND MONEY ON ALL PURCHASES WHICH ARE NOT SATISFACTORY. W
f i JACKETS. 1 LINENS. 1S
vL Ladies' Jackets, shield front, boucle cloth, storm collar, half lined. v*> ♦„,.<* <•) W
I £ worth ».», for use. •$ Entire stock offered «t leas than old tariff prices. j ▼
iTI © Ladles' Jackets, tan Melton Cloth. braided front and back, half "Ilk <•> 1-irse C otton Tows a. I> * ,n " S A
X i lined, worth IS.SO. lor 55.00. § "leached Cotton Towsls. large flse, dosrn. fe Y
lT» « T si . t>i i. t i , „ .1 . w , ~ Si Unbleached Turkish Towels. Wc dozen. <S A
TfT £> Ladies' Black Jackets, All-Wool Kersey, silk lined through, shield !> , . 9 TM
•f* ® - . ... 0 All Linen Huck Towels. >1.20 doaen, & w
•f <5) front, two large pearl buttons. J 10.00 quality, $6.98. •> , „ . w «.» * ?• 1
cT| 0 S Cream Damask, 58 luches wide, 25c yard. A
▼ <•> Cream Damask, GS inches wide, 50c yard. A
t 1 LADIES' WOOLEN WAISTS.
T Flannel, all-wool, well made, value SI.OO, npw 79c. jfj A j
{Tj •) Alpaca, tucked front, former value $2.00, now $1.50. <•) ULAI 1 lIL IVI A itt
i Wool Plaids, linen collar, former value $-1.50, now $3.50. . . _ T „ . _ T> , , , St
t *f» v •' 6-pound Gray Wool Warp Blankets. |2.20 pair. Q i
tjT f
•*l% R-pound Gray All Wool Blankots, $6.00 pair. ® Jfc
•fs •> ■■■■ I IMCII l Comfort Calicoes, large designs and fast colors, 5c yard* aTP
.4*. j* miLLIi iLK Ml * Full half-pound Roll Cotton Batts, 5c roll. © J
*T* ? Walking Hats, formerly SI.OO, now 1-pound rolls Bsst Quality, 15c roll. g
jXI $ Walking Hats, formerly $1.50, now Too, 6-foot Opaque Window Shad es, 25ft. g jk
« Sailors, all colors, formerly SI.OO. now 60c. ® 7 - foot Opaque Window Shades. 29c. * W
|T| (•) Trimmed Hats, stylish and elegant, worth up to $4.50, now SI.JR. 0 Curtain Poles and trimmings complete, 19<v §
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*l* ecotl( * Avenue and Unl- J
S't' 't' l t l 't l $' 'l' <& 'l' $ 0 t|l t|» l|l t|» t|l t|l t|l t|i l|l tjll slls|
AHKindsof Alaska Footwear
BIG STOCK AND RIGHT PRICES.
MS' MS. I N IIMR
We Are Headquarters.
SAN FRANCISCO SHOE CO.
No. 722 First Av. t Cor. Columbia St.
out FOOT WE A K MILL Of TWEAK FOOT WEAK KOL'GIIT ELSEWHEI'.E.
CITY I FJ| PARIS.
Xo. TIL Second .A. v.
Alaska Outfitters.
LARGEST HEAVY FIIR DEALERS
ON THIS COAST.
Ladies* Complete Outfits Ke Manufacture Ail Kinds
Made to Order. of Sleeping Bags.
CITY ? fii PARIS
ill toiffl«». M MlO2l
A LBERT HANSEN, Jeweler and Silversmith,
Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Silverware, Clocks, Rich Cut
Giass, Etc. Vita. Knabe & Co. Pianos. 706 First Av„ Seattle.
Hotel, Restaurant
and Bar Supplies.
Largest Line in the City.
Large Quantities Furnished on Short Notice.
STEAMBOAT AND SHIP FURNISHINGS.
CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, MARINE LAMPS, ETC.
-i i&S/' jxy^i
Granite Ironware, i .
Aluminum... AJL A o KA
"■SLfI goods.
M. SELLER & CO.,
| COLUMBIA NAVIGATION COMPANY ""I
y V\;.l Dispatch the Magnificently Equipped J
| Steamship CITY OF COLUMBIA
(1.500 Tons Register) f
| Fot DYEA 003 SKAGUAY OS mm:
i February 25, March 11 and 25, April 8 and 22 J
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