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COMES FROM SOUIHfIfRiCi
Tncmag Powell an Ola (> e!ir
d'Alene Miner in Seatl**
AN INTERESTING CH/* ACTER -
Tratrli Tao>Thlri« of**' Dlataae*
Aroaad the Earth * Hl " w " r tw
4teah—Talk of »»' K% -
»erUaeM Amonf «*♦ *ara«e« of
Hoatli Africa— <w«pelle , | to %r»e
the t|uee ß> Aaalast Mia Will.
Thomn* Petri), a Cur d'AWne n ! n"r
t:a» ttaveied wo-'!.lrd# of the dii-.i. e
around the ■ '• hi» » >y to the li' ,n ■
<Kk*. from ilatabeieiaed, in Fouth A'r -
where >• **•* employ »d in a jp< ; mine
•wnod 11* the eha: >"e.i company. Mr.
To wall etriMyed tft > :' -, :e by l.r.d a.'d
aea unrt ha had covered *•. .n »hlr.* over
tltWc tho;i-ird rn'.et lie ; tuk.; a
t+ntlplt epell in rfeiiii> l>*r start.'.a: f.,r
th« Yuk.n in '">n , •«(.>• wi'h Fhilip
O-Koark*. the well-known Colorado ri:ul
JK«U» Buiiki* man.
foirtll ic * r in. but r»rvv mou th
to hold h! o* In nr.y cDrrif. ll» 1
Wuo ey* < and a hea .y. d :rk ( •■ =- !. !!• u
an lr;ahm.i:i filled a:'h pit. k -tnd lim'
try, qu kof tho icht and »:-• U u d a
trave er.
Powell #ti in th Jnnd ' Mataho-
It* In Afr! i when Via bleek- L., n<-d sav
ajc<« ro>e !n revolt t!ie iCncllsh
• iwl outchereti la i . i eom< thing
«\ar fl\a nundced whit.; mir.« s .>r I •
Thi* v.*A in 1~'" I'owe'd wii
mine item at a mlr, near Ow< io, owni d
by the chartered compa'.y, or *•■ o* Its
it<imlierh-».-. side oorj»ora' u Uf n tiso
Matabeleb went on th< » .rp.tii, th. , «
was turned Into it f<irt. tnd impel .al of
ti< .-rR Wf ! r« placet) In rumm.m.l.
along with a doaen t>th. Arot ri-.iny. wis
forced to ;•< rve her maj« 'ty <..» .•• r. Vic
toria. In a suit of red. with b;ittona
Iwirlng th« insignia of AI Won. The cloth, s
did not fit him. neither did hi* d«!i»
whlcji consisted priuclpaily In <.>.»nd:ng
out p* nights with a Martin* In Id*
hands, 11° . nlng for th<» h'i. iirdii.'ig
yell» of th» savage* aiid w »!• h.jiis a
ehanro to dodge the keen, tw>>-edged
»i>«ar of the bluck warrior-. i'.v.ii's
A.oei ica i lmtln.i t retell, d the
practico of touching his <«p In salute to
tile Kngliah I>e'tty ofTi. er.- of th»» .'urt. ai.U
flnall; demgt illng hi- fre« iom a- an
American citii<- ~ he hi- v*uy over
land to the coast, h distara . of mil. s,
and embarkod on a sie uner for l^urop*-.
"From Mashonalaiut to Seattle i i loi.ij
way." «aid Mr. Powell ye; terday af't r
noon, "and especially when you havi to
travel through such a country is South
Africa. 1 l*tt th»» t'oetir d'Aiene country
In the fall of 1S& and w» nt to Cap.- Town,
B<>utli A/rlcn, via Uverpool. ml lln<j
of ateaer* to th* Frc.m Cap.- Town
to the mines of the chartered in
MAahanaland and In th-- nuntry of the
Mataheles It l* 1,0W) mile*, the greater
part of the journey then being m ule by
•tage line at a eost of 2."> tints per m!b\
My aim was t<* prt.-i>>ct th country.
Which was undor the t ntrol < f th- char
tered company Wh<*n I fli.a.ir r.a<h«d
thcri 1 found that wt r«- -. ..-rs t. g-
Ulatlons which had to he coniplird with
and which 1 consider 1 >ntlrely unjust.
For instance i prosj > • tor » . • !■ • ■ !v
th« law to give the bartered < •mpan> or. -
half Inter.'t in whatever he f..ut:.! IV
sideg. hi- w is compelled to t.iW.» . it t 11-
cen*f< costing 125 for every t* n claims he
I* »ted, th. v,. t.-n ito u t ■ /■ or
a claim under the Atneri. an law «. Put
what *?uek was the ld« a .if g!\ ir,« t.»
that big KrttUh cone-tn or--half : ill I
found Tht> country i* undeniably ri, h
In goid. howev< r. The pr. i- r ir - w rk
differently th«r.« tb an t'a • It: Ar i «.
They work ow>r tho old t -»»
w»<r«» owtifd by tho » <t'v. tfto-i .r H f
j-e,ir« «k-> I - ; ■-i n •■.iii!!" r «>r
th* abandon, i n.ii >-• w. • \ r> .'•!« I v
m-n retitorle# t « -for.. s »nn* <•! tlv tur
ned* hi\o ravi-.t In. whli«- <F r w• r.»
comparn t iv.ly frrt> from tion It
W4* evident lii:»t th- \ had •! !j i'■it'* •■I
w-rk tin- hard qu wit »■,» ■ <t • • ,1
the tunnels \\.-ta 4 It' nv-r !: . a
rt\e «»r «•«;» ' .!•'■! f< •• il< j.
r Rlvlt-r p v ■ i l-i <.f h;n-t, •
for gold. I mterrd the (Hiptoy <>f a gold
till ttltl).: « . . t <5» '.I - ?'•.•
J tons., r tr I h«d .111 „• f i for. •• .f
r* *ro« - In th«» mbi* .'"v tth I eo-alo --it
> peak a word of their lana ::ik. 4 After
w rkinir «-<-\eral nt 'th in t s plv . tl .
Mt*tai ».>«>■ i.\ni; "'"ha country
*al till' I nlth * il. • % w 4 .
w• r.» «.\«tl-ted ihi'i.i'ii* '•< m 'ir'-
miles ft. m my -«til*n • bun T< .!
of rb- *n ♦ *o mar.:-! .1 «:.> tan m i»
IntA a fort IVv;. « •»»:-, r tr '
th>? <• imp I'. 1 1»« t.' r t '■ >■ ! !>•• - t
work« wrr« th • xt pj
ant place* on tit.* tt v »nt
two * X' Batawaye north of
w*. *si t • »>|
whi '■ i »« i"n T'c
B.irr-.si.n did n»t mir,:Vr ,mr rive !ui
dred hut "■• '<l • f ■ • tr. wing
d.'* n tho-.t" '■» of ' rty
w -h t'e tsrv
"Wi'll after th* e-iv- >m • Owe' < I i
Von cr.T r.t.i- i *'■ l > , : m.
li-*r# j»rrt\!-* a ' '..rt ,i
onfi.rorJ on a'l •• - I • •\ *r bt <1
About k* '»w Ir.ff wr-v '• yt to:It .i I!
or t*rtl.* bit' \ t • •' ■ < •!•
and I *.<» f»»r j< *
th«« -nn»« •»« t }'• * I S •
H.: I !! " « •
(ft (tT »'•' .• • t
ait.'f w4» lui ' t; w . no tr tr*
to r- ' A ; •■■ 1 \s •.
> <■• » . Tf' - " '■ ■. • , r
rott-.tr» B • I Mlgbl • I. nM
tit ' S- ■' i ' t !' tl.> . ' . \■-
l-\ * • p*tt\ ■!?< ...... n
%■ •"> i* *»«» * • • i r*
pnvMs.i'y t> t. •- .p at. f th«
off .» n' 4 ■ \ r'*
trl!' s, if t t •• i *»o
rn» a l ■ ;' ■ ■ ' ,i
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▼ !ii<( ■" »*.'.» ; . , it,,,
tir«t "t -■ ir 4 t« '■
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I tb » >- I
t' 4 t: r 44 I
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> 4 i« { • ■> \t
•it <»th r ',. v■■ • v t 4 at- • t
t'.lv ■ • 1 f-\ t w ! . • ! - 1»
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m
Ir. i««■ ■■ At : *
»h.>r- *. • I .
a 1 f.in ■ A • •
aivt aw.; .« r- '
. • I ' «•;. I tt- 4 »; -•,«,. ..." ,
V. ■ • • ! • !
I •• t- ' t ;
th*t tIM &<1 rturn
la m<
f was not a day too soon. for dor ; ng the
last 250 mil.:* I had traveled unarm; 4.
"Now I'm *oin? to the Klondike, wid~h
I <~on»;der o of tfte srreateafc rr.inimr «li*-
trkts jn the world. it's a long way to
com# from South Africa, to A task.* ■ 1
Ws.'l go B'vrth with Mr. CTRctJrtC", w%wn I
have known for years. Yea. tis*re w 'II
!>e lots of miners from the Transvaal tn
A. i*ka before th> year is over."
WILL TOW TO A1,%*K.%.
Tor (olnmbla Will Start *orth «oo«
With Two Vhooarr*.
' -Tug Ooluir.tßa arrived yesterday morn
ing from Coos hay. £':;«• wst chartered r* 3 -
' r fitly by * arroll a- J ohnaon, and will r-e
us»-d by that r ompany to tow barg*-* arid
saiilr.g vessels to Dy* a and Skogway for
the remainder of the season.
About t > middk- of the month the Co
■i m wt;l ;>■:'.•• 8e .tt*» with the achoon
>Tf J»fr.' A Garfield tnd Novelty whl i
"he will t <k~ tu I»>V4 and Hkagway, each
. loaded with Cn ft >1 tad lumber. Upon h»-r
< r-turn tn the Sound, t t v ie tug will tow up
the iM'ho •, r I'iun* • r. loaded with freight
and lumber, to the « >me destination. Capt.
McGee, h'T present master, will have
i'. <rtec of her while Jr. the AUuka trade.
The Columbia will go to Morans' ways
to-i*y, t< receive *nme necessary repair*
to h»r k' e! and bilg« pipe- A nutaher of
tt.a ■ [:":te« of her sheathing will b-i
removed »>oi nea* one* replaced. Whde
on the w ;v» *ho will be repainted and im
poved ts ne raljv.
T■ - C ;:mh;a l« rial's! by A. M. S:m?«on
it 'o , of San Fran ir«o. Ai>ont t* > v. t r«
ns:o :■ ne wa« rmp!"y*<! a tender in tite
a> : \ ■> of trie hti r-»j;reri»f at Hunter-t
1» ' Hr ■ th« : t • ti'n hih M'fn ti< 1 ;!ji :t
<'o> * bay. S rr,n* >r. k 0.... *l*o ' » * tno
.' iiooners Garflrhi am; Novelty. ThS com
j>at:" control : the rr.i rtv of the Uimher
t.trrler* ur» the I'acfh< coast.
in imiiiiE Bid) mi
FOR EC AM" Tip. SATURDAY.
Portland. Feb. 1. I*3®.
Rain
U. S DEPARTMENT CIF AGRICUL-
I iii:, WEATHER BUREAU.
DAILY BULLETIN.
Seattle, reb. t. lfcs s .
—— V
»: 3 r Wind. I 2 0*
1 *1 V i
r *- - 2. , i
-! = " * r! = :
PL.VCE. : yi I - a
' : • | • : j :
• • i: i£ . : i : • . :
Se;-V'> ' ."V tit 44 4S SE L* .14 It.dn
t't Aiifeie 2;t '»» t. ■»_ St. Lt T ft- .n
».'»4 ♦. 42 E 12 .4" Rain
Ft. t anhy . -4 4.' 4* BE 2- .-t; Rain
Portland .. .1'- "4 K. |m SE Lt T Rain
Sookane ... s>> .2 .TS. ;a» |s i.* .Oafluudv
alia W .. .a,',v v ra 6S udy
Ros> irg . v> f-4 » 5? SE Lt T«'.oudy
R.d Uiu;T ~yi.j2, »'4 <A NU Lt .uM,.Clear
Eureka . .. '/> M II NE Lt T<V udy
Har ti;fr'o 12 C ti. N Lt .On t : -.tr
Sat, Fran .. -T" U «2 NW Lt < i.-ar
Wlnnem'a .3" 5S :i»; N Lt .01) >*soudy
Bak.-r City. *' 34 04 3fi. SE, > .■> Cloudy
SYNOPSIS
i.oi.-.l Report Maximum temper
ature, 4*> es, mlr.imurr 4u. mean. 12.
Rainfall twenty-four hour-, .14 of an
inch.
«. N SALISLU'RY.
Section Dtri i'ior Weather Jiureati.
jam us \ \\ i \nir.H.
T.mp ? 3
£- -»
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DATS. *? I H |
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2 4* 3»: 4! . * Cl< udy
s ♦* 41 ,4 Piridv
4 ♦:» »2 i'" inv
ft Is "42 V T i T : iM.lv
« 42 37 +> r rioudy
• 4*> ' 4«"tmidy
* 44'*.40 I'd-My
9 >:«?:« t i ,ir
10 3K29 32 ' i.'louilv
11 4i .r? rr i cunidv
4. S* > T «l.iudy
!3 47 14 i I'M"! Iv
'4 4" 4 44 I .> Liy
1 »>• t.» 4': it. I'tOldy
'•» 4" I I 'M 'JCHIdV
17 47 ;«< u .IS Cloudy
IS 4*40 43 Cloudy
5# 4*> .>»■ 42 T Cl.-'jdv
21 4»> ."54 42 m ' 'loudy
~ n £ .«M rii Mdy
3» ;12 .fM t,r
-4 54 57 *'» .us Cloudy
- J* .«••■ Cloudy
-'*• 4.' *7 T t loudy
37 44 >4. >i r|. ir
4'' !4 C i* 'l. ir
.*» • 4* 41 (4 < I'M 'lily
4>i 3* t» iiu'loiMiv
3! 51 M 42 .«•! PtCJdy
SF MMAHV.
M« an atmosphf-rlo i>r«*»*ur<'. yi.U; Mgh
•-t 'j».ci on t! 4 .v . 1. v\« <t. _■">.»J » t 4 . trio
llth
M its 1.-mperatur. 4 40 .ire : hluh- *t, SI.
i>n the ".bt i..w.<.t, 27. on th«» .Mth grV.it
.-a ilatly ramc< 4 . In. on thr 31st. least daily
ta; «m on th« 4 «th.
M> an ir. f r this month in—
WH « i v, <» &
I*X! . ... 4" : ' * tf
issM ... s» i- > !
M' » t#n 'fi: • f r th. n • , f or j
tight ><-ar* ii.-*r<-. 4 s,
i'r» \ ailPtß tprecti>>r» «>f - athi »at.
To' .1 niO\ fin. Nt of war -1 4 ~i.{ m!l« -
M■ *. ti'.'n vi-.. -:tv .-a u 1 . ■'* , u
dat. a! It: .f- -.»tith. cr; th- ~i-t.
T iytetip'taltot 4 'i» >n h<
N " • «»t v. f. 13 < 1 rr SKjrc
ofj -,n. ;
..... prt. pit aU. t. en Jr.. he?) of this 1
numift tn~
"2L !i; «12 I
W? - '» TJg
B I * !**C . . . a
5!t, » « *>*» 1.11 t» j
\*«tras« 4 pne< tail, rs r thU rrt m*h far !
. .sht > i.u.i. 4 > in ;i«»
Nattttur of ir ti .>*. 4 partly clc> u 'v
. aA», #: ctoU'lv <! v- >
l< *!.•* of ft !■ .1 r -
»;KI>R*;E N ?• \T ISBFRT
••CUM* s-u ■ • M U r I „ ri aa ,
M mum: «»»*» H \ \ I |u\ s
S: • a I- -• <!♦ « t>> l'i>< t-!. t-r 4 - . - '
Vift .SH Feb i 4 p n ; St.,-. ~.. . t , r " 1
- ;r mii. « i»u?: j
;' A '. V'-' 4 ' m - Heavy !
• . A \ M 1 IF . eU. 4 I rrt ||. , vv
- -* w - St r M..r\ P Rav-
IK »RT IXOKLO V * 4 » p ni I
II .. ®. ttr f »•: -;o s.i). can 4
-
v nt im: m u v
'I'M'IAM T'eb * \ ;
Ft i v ' ".. -io S : s
V ... . u - . -i
■ - 4 i: W . . .... i
• ' «'» - * ' i J' . f.-T A mil- :
■ - M il . i'trt-U) Skr Dora
» ' f-r H latm
i - S * • V ra i\ . -
>■ . « . F"K S Ar-*\ - * —Rk I
V 'a *
'• •* - c - f f n rrdH<- --v
V ' M \ ? \ s. s r 4 ; r
« *Si ' ? -' 4 - !
T!L! A\t. k F.->, % - \rri\ 4 «d—ScJsr j
UiIAVS iUi.i-' ri. i.. ...—A:r I—S...r |
TOE SEATTLE POST-INTELLIGENCER, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5. 180?.
DANGEROUS TO TAKE AN UNTRIED ARTICLE.
Yah# llf A Uav Hrftrnii All YAltf ftnffff Bfw»r* •! lmlutlo««. They will not lceep, and It
I Ofll HiC WdJ ifl/PCnil Wl eoat owe Sfw York Arm £*JO.OO© to flail It oat before
they returned to
J - -
; v vLOO GS
rUtsTtcH > V'TMCUT AsctVC* J Save,on'y rr*ykt liinfov. 1 fct
v6y/ i-f O 6>y ofW
AND isTHcPt^uvrcry t>l A LU " ' -PTE e s^o °°U, ~ -—w 7 •
°*"£*PCRIMCKf^p A L
Stv£ R
rye < f«rr t j
Infringement* W 111 Be Proncrntril and Fall Accoantluß Demanded.
l sed It Twenty Years Ago.
Sea"ti rt , Wash., Jon. -6. i w >S.
MR. C. FRKD LaMont.
Dear Sir: I have called several times
and tested your omelettes, etc., and
am more than pleased with them. In
fact, ai an twenty years ag>. In l>;i7.
In ct svj-g the A" "ir.tic on the steam
ship "Aggo." of the American Line,
on its Paris Exposition run. I used La-
Mont'* brand of Crystallized Esgs.
serving to the passengers and crt-w
omi lets, custards, scrambled eggs
cak. s, etc., made a ith yo:;r eggs, and
nil .agreed In p: >n .unclng them equal
to the best frt.-h ehell »ggs in every
respect.
We were so perfectly satisfied wiih
them that v»- had no use for any other
egg-. I was steward of the whip. I
w.,8 very glad to find thcin hero again,
as I am going with a party to Dyea
to open a boarding house, and hava
bought a good lot to tak • with us.
knowing from experience that th*>-
will prove the most valuable part of
our stores.
I shall use eggs in no other fnrm
while there, and you will recehv orders
from time to time as we require them.
You are at lil»*rty to refer anyone to
me at any time.
Sincerely Yonrs,
JOHN S. COLUMBUS,
Ex-Steward American Lino Steam
ships.
DIRECTIONS— One tatlesnoonful of egg and two of wit r, cne egg. Two tablespoonfftls of egg
and four cf water, two eggs, ~nd in like proportion for any number of eggs required.
ASK loril OrTFITTEII FOR IT. LOOK FOR I.nMOVI"S. Come now. Mrinomtrntor* at vrork. See It
eotiLrtl tin Klondike itovei In cierj tvny tbnt an «'gs may be served.
C. FRED LtMOW. 6 Colmjit Block.
r».tra I:? !> -n. from Tlf.lon.i->. Kiil- .1- 3<-hrs
l'lon».r and Charles; Hai.An, Jr..m isiii
Fran, i-t-o.
SAN KHANCISt'O. F.!>. 4 Arrived Sir
<\>:-i!n.-' V rU.in-l, \ As=: r.»: - v Prd
i-re.n». t ; . .it'> ulr C'jo> ay.
Sail. Str \vmanafrtt>, sr..f.. s-i \Va». -4 -
tftiaw. Tacoma; sh Oci-idtntal, I'ort
Towti^n.l.
CC<>3 HA V, F.- ». 1 -V: rlv< i tr Clo
tans-i. fr >m fc'-in FranMf o. stailftl. F '). 4.
. rA: at ', for Fr ■
PORT ANQSLES. Pi •. c. Arrived—Bh
lU>hf tt)ia. fr ; m Sm D!i io
I'ORT LOS AN-CWX F- -5.r.:.-d-
I'.k Oi:v C. for Pur' it! v
SAX PEDRO i% .. S—Sail.-d- S r Fr- 4
E S ■ r. for Ta. m..
11-i.F RiVF.R. Fob. t Arrived—
Jan. r l.'zz.-- P;.» . f; -m S.tti Fran*
c inoo,
VAtJUIXA HAY. Feb. 3.-Arrived—Str
ttt fr- nt Shi Pr«r
SVDXKY. Feb. 4 —Sa;i..l i>. '. 2", Ur aa
Ori.itt- . fA^t.'tsa.
FItKEMAN ri.E. Feb. 4 -Aril, d, D-c.
2u. 1.1 r> : S>tt." t?n, fr-*n '1 i -mp
i(uri I. AMI! ifci
THE NEW ENGLAND.
J. Honolulu. J,
William Bi 11. Honolulu.
J. E Currier. Tacoma
\V. H. «"■ 'ln r, Enumt l.iw.
P. J Mi I>oni .-' 4 I«*.t(ptah.
Walla, »• Blair.. Livingston
E.l E. l»t'y, l.ivtnu-T >t. Mont.
Mi Faruli oivmpla.
fbiules If. Hrvait. Jr.. San Fia: cisro.
J. I» Tut. I, San Fran. i-vo.
F \\ Talbot t <.''lvmt.ia.
r: H.H.I in ! V. tf, it i;to.
F. D ran. San Fran . - 4 .
. W . S'. n. S m ?•*: art. -
H V W • r :rt . Prr ■-*' '*t t.
J W. t;.*aron SKvk m'-h.
t; H. liob'.n- . Snmrier.
J D ptrraul" N"l«an.
\ -i>r t 'lympia.
I». M 1»u >r.. 4 1' r: ! w.
»i P .rt Lad' iw.
»> : ■ Klui.tC San Fran •»•£. .»
Harjy ilru kmann. San Frsn< isca
Otij K.->ch. Dnvunn
THE NORTHERN
; tn 11 •* rk tn. K\ • rott.
» 1 il. M." • - Pt rtlami.
J W. p. il, Portland.
\ A Poo.- W »: >. or. Pa,
\\ H M- -i l. P.»rt:,.nd,
I-Atifv Ka-rr. San Fn.n.-lycck
t» On ■ t>i*•
H Emerson, Philadelphia. # /
S.m 4 .'.. s I. K• ' t I'll! ..1-1 p! ia
Mr. F S'.i* K is. C.
II*:.. 4 N-* >■ K > I: i'
S B H.rv.' ihi.iK.
<'< R Ma i • .!•: t 'it: •»r >,
J S L.-iv, Ft r. i> >.
A « I. vt Sit Fr ■rats o.
T - -.b. y. Hamilton.
J 3 M. K.y Aiavka.
r- U S - Sp k
S . n-. h 1 C. F.i'.i S Fra
Mr a* 4 .1 Mr< So i- •r~t 1 : i :«rh'<<r.
Mr- > ■ « r <• s F- - »
S.:n 1 S a F-
; FLOUR
Ark your Oroci-r for
"Centennial,"
"Klondike" and
"Gold Drop"
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CBIiETOU lILI CC„
Seattle, Hash.
Advance sales for this year over
1c -.•*> pounds, or MO.»» dozen egg:«.
Sales to Sou h African mir.-s, IS9S,
2.K.KJ pounds; lss«7, 50,000 pounds.
THE KLONDIKE NUGGET.
Published at I>awson City, N. W. T.
Issued Weekly.
Zach F. Htckman. Mar.aper.
Branch Olfie-?, Seattle. Wn.
Thos. J. Church, Sole Advertising and
Circulation Agent.
January, '3B.
C. Fltr:r> LaMONT, City
M .nufactur» r. ti C-.-lman Bldg.
IVar Sir: After careful investigation
ar. l h me trial I can give no better in
d rs?ment of your Crystallized
th:.n to give you an order for 200
p aid?, which I will tak~ with myself
at d party of live to the interior gold
fields of the N". W. T. Enclosed please
find my ch ?ek for the amount of the
order. Respectfully yours.
ZACH F. HICKMAN.
Manager " The Klondike Nugget."
Mrs. Oen. Custer, In her famous
book, "Boots and Sidules." says:
"Most valuable part of army stores;
gave great satisfaction."
English government. after most
tl rough tests, reports them all that
is claimed in every respect, and places
them on supply list.
Z. C. MILES CO., 122 Yesler Way.
F? \\". Martin San Fran< isco.
W. 11 Tldl-all. S.: n Francisco
Mrs. J. It. Merlin. San Francises,
lit !»;•>• Tb •;, Sail Fr inclsco.
M !- <l Mr-. F T••bin. Denver, Co-'
-I H Dili*. XortJ; Yak Urn.
H. nry Sperrvell. Snohomish.
A. A. John-.-n, West Suj*?t ior, Wis.
I'. O'Brien, Tat: ir.a.
THE DILLER.
C. S. Gilker, San Fr.mciseo.
W. !1. Hal'y, Port Gamble.
A. c ,• r, lVrt lilaki >-\ .
W. <; Wit- >n !' rt B! keU y.
Mr- J. ! ' Pwt ili y. La'Coninr.
Mi>-« E. M. Dntlley, I>a Conner
D. Gavd->»\ Vancouver. B. C.
Mrs. <i.iyiton, Vai. suver. It. C.
M«S' nville. l-~ iq iah.
E S 1 > ..ig«\ An i tr! «.
M I. M c : i t . M irj svlllew
Ellas !' • ker, MarvsviHe.
\V. X. M.t\w 11 Shelton.
K S. Wl.ft-Vr, Sink Center.
M■ s. S Willt v < Hymp «
11, E. 1' •; • M >ir!r V« rn n.
Mi . 1* Turner, Son Francisco.
A M i' -r. Tr-"iton Cove.
Dm D'aggan. Everett.
«'i) 1.. a. Portland.
Mrs. J.-ns. ri, i' irtlnnd.
.1 li K', \ Mount Vcrnin.
Mt>. J. H. Ki'.ttx. Mount Vernon.
Mr- t) H. Alii- and wife. Wool ley.
It U«'< h. Ku , \ mair<o.
M O'l Hinuc!'. K al.*> masoo.
Fapt. Chart' K. Durban. St inwood.
Frar.k Germain, Hartford.
STEAMER Octet W**# will letvt s-<-
Itt - S . lay in-,- • 1 of Satur.:.iv
♦ It Will Pay You to Buy f
| Butter From Us. if ♦
| Nothing Else— ♦
4 r }
▼ W. ■ c Cli-,v»-r T.enf Cream- ♦ j
J Ar.it S • ri! l • He per d -ren. 2 !
f O X
T ♦
ILESIIE-HENRY COMPANY I
♦ «.ltO< F.KS, *
♦ Corner Western Avenue |
J nod Marion. ♦
X Telephone Main 491. « !
♦ z
•'+i-vHT!!;-+f:-H+mi n+-t-+ • i
f. + j
t ,30-30 |
jj j. ;
I Winchester |j
I Rifles, |
l $12.75.1
| —_ |!
I uur-uii lis col 1
♦ + ,
* 606 FIRST AVE. J
i t
2,-H-t -H-H-l-H -HK mm-HfHi
Fed to Greely at the North Pole.
Messrs Whetlock & Slover, shin
chandlers, of New York, say: "Sjnt
them around the world several t m« s.
Always gi\e satisfaction. Increased
orders have always followed."
The D. F. Bremncr Baking Co.,
Office and Factory , O'Brien St.,
Chicago.
C. FRED LaMONT.
New York City.
Dear Sir: We have used your Crys
tallized Egg for several years and
can recommend it to anyone as a first
ciass at tit le, equal In every respect to
fresh eggs. It is all you claim for .t.
Respectfully,
D. F. BREMNER BAKING CO.
Now of American Biscuit & Mnfg. Co.
Brooklyn, N. Y., Dec. 13, 1537.
MR. LaMONT—
Dear Sir: Mr. Markell called on time
stated and tests were made with very
flattering results. I scrambled the eggs
and gave him other proofs of their
quality: also made a most elegant cus
tard pie. and sent It to his home in
New York City; also have used the
eggs for ome.lettes for Mr. Van Cleaf
and family, and he pronounces them
gilt edge. I remain yours very truly.
B. F. GERMAIN.
Chef Chamberlain's Washington Spe
cial Service to President Cleveland.
A GOLDEN DISCOVERY. -We have
of value for you. We have K .>'*l
pockets for KOI(1 seekers. Her* IS Wh- re
\v» give you all the value for your dollar
you cnn desire. Here »v offer ,ill th" r<•-
i-'-ssitle? for cohl seekers at prices which
appeal to Judgment. If you are pmr,« to
Alaska, w hav. inter'stins poods for you.
If you ire going to .«t ly here wo supply
you with attractive values. We ate ou>-
tltters for irold seekers and give you wh it
von nn-l and what you'll rtppre. 1 it*. THE
SEATTLE C'L''THINC, CO. 117-1' 21 Co
lumbia St.. Tlv S-'ond Ave.. Hinckley
Lio k. Arut rlean Outfitte:-.
KLONDIKE
Prospectors
AMD.rt
..Mine Owners..
We have sold th ; s week :hr
claims on Klondike and wit me
Our M'. Thomas leaves for Nt
Y rk rtl I>.ti;dor: this we. k I»ri:
in i • , xr claims to r aqa . k sale.
Ihe Thomas
Investment
Company,
CQLUNS BULDI^G,
Corner Second and Jam^
KLONDIKE BOOKS
We are f<
(■ ui<le «tii
Charts, Minintr Hook
C<»nii>fi»e>, ( .old I»iian
Belt>, Snow Glares, Thei
im>iaetei*s, <'te.
LOHHAN & S P. CO.
(1C Ave. vP, Deer Pia;e.>
1MM691 f •
" Cold! Geld! Gold! Gold 1
Bright and yellow, hard and cold ! "
THE ALASKA TRANSPORTATION SERVICE,
IT. .1. ''i'ttK & M»N, Owners. Uouuu J* and 9 Koivtrll Riock,
Will dij-ratch thv ir fast « uiir.g vo«s.>!, the H. J. Srver 2.?» ten*, with flc*
pa-jsengtr accommodations, to tfct mouth cf th* Yuken river
.MARCH 15. 1898,
Cotir.ectirs at mouth of rSvi>r with th<Mr two bnr.d-n.-w A 1 rtv#r
the AthO; H. Sjter and t?-«* N rs Sf-rt, for Dawson City. Will guarastM
to land u-ts und ;'r*!«ht in n City by July Ist.
Two hundi ju tors ft --(u will « contracted for. to lar.d at Dawson City
later in summer, if desired.
• ....... t M..'« « ♦ . . ... ....... . ... . .
/an. Great Bargains in
| I Alaska
J J. Footwear.
/* CALL AND «ET OL'R PRICES,
,T H,LI * PAY YOu -
4r« Aftents for the Celebrated
TREEN SHOE CO.,
707 FIRST AVENUE.
Winchester Repeating Arms Co^
1/1 HA. - Market St., San Francbco, Cat.
««* * « -,-—r-uSSteeSL. „*** i
Risdon Iron Works,
MANUFACTURERS OF
GOID PRtttGiNG MACHINES!
FOR YUKON AND KLONDIKE.
W Our Mining River Dredge la Juft tfet
thine ror placer mining in Alaska.
p»d knocked down and. If desired, ertctM,
Fv •/ * n runnin <T order
hi '..jj 111 al 1 manufacture all kinAs d
,<v 1 V Iroi- 1 Stern-wheel 1 loafs. Mining and Milling
~ „££& J Machiiery. KngUna ar.d Boilers, K*M*
'fcfi" Patent Hydraulic Klevatora and HydrauW |
f£L. " "" tr- Water Wheels and Sheet Iri* 1
:.i _• Rivet'd Pip* l .
Office and Works: How&rd nod Bcalc Sts., San Francisco, Cat.
LILLY, BOGARDUS CO,
Incorporated.
Hay. Feed, Flour, Cereals, Dried Fruits
and Beans.
We offer for a few days ALFALFA HAY $9.00 PER TOII
Office*. Warehouses, .Mill and Dock—
Foot of Muin and Jackson St*., Seattle.
I , I
KLOIYDJKE CLOTHING AND SUPPLIES
01 I P( I 0F HVtRY descriptioi< '
Not the cheapest, but only the very best goods
at very low prices.
NATIVE ALASKA DOGS FOR SALE.
THE MACDOUGALL & SOUTHWICK CO.
«*.- *-a=~rt -J} .
p.. | c«r»r»r W
Tlir. Best and *l;>si Economical lisht Draft Steansr in Existeacs.
THH V LLC AN IRON WORKS CO., W)tf*
Moran Bros. Company.
—' SfllPßllLDfcfcS —^
Vukon River Steamer*
A Hot Thing for hiontilkers 25 3
.■M. nsn a & to.. u-„ S»£ TO " u - 4 - w f
XC Tester W*y ar.d V;J 3«-tcnd Ar sot.

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