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TO I 1.1.K1 KOR LILT: MTHTIF.
Uief Hni» - 1 'imhln»il I'mtfnuff
CB|»o»-M|f of Nearly il,<H*o Per
Monti.— MmU+t+r «« rt •»»»■•> for
C«i|>|irr H iti-r I roil %ote».
liy tl;-" arrival ot t:»e atearr*-4pe Austra
lia *«< i » -«-ir««f. ye*'*f«iay, <n»
eapj tty of Hit A.i-k n if tne Ps
um«r <'oa-t iil'Wl'.. p ' mpttiy w» »«-
eeeaaeu ne*»iv 'A •*#* \* -*0 mh N " n»f
¥>' a», «* iJK 'itmxil la« * j'er- of 1
i'a t. tiu 1 ti * ; ip- . T.»«
Ati'tral * U-'i u w>. •**!•> t.-- r "*i
i»,l. r 1 hnii »*' » tir.- out in
thr In wr...- :;k; Sti.Uit.--u »as imrjiwd
aiong>.< ( >.-iS k, . > > h-ni" •. of all
Observer*."
Toe a-iuit: n r.t ;n«se »pi- ndsd -« to
the ait oiy t ;r. • r.<. v"- *K »n
Bea:ta» . d A -kin |->rts *ll one of the
lot .U< n >t n-.i- :. u, v.a'-r trot.' y - ■
l-rdaj Aitjimign no stearoer* with
brlgh'ij Karlad fe'e-rs fr.in ln»-«n ar
rived ti.-. «l*y. in* re w a* no mdi
ca'idti • »*'. k •> a tlvlt > l*Hig shore,
but on aiUurj, io tU* Visitoi to t tie
front th- r> w re ' -hi- nee* of in
cre.iaing ha-.n- «».
Tite «ti*i:».-r « ' tags City, wt t'ie I'a Ifl J ]
» , .»«, u»>. i.bd f-r ti •
north ituring *ii«- cay from Ocean «itK-g-
A long atK.ut c oc.i *#ck t*,e iu* M) sttc
to*.-d I. biis in;ti«« it ak.Jey ai.*i tt.e
a* IHjol.vl ( *
(,'lty ti.- «. • >TI tin waarf a cr- wd of -W
peop.t* Vt;r.t--std tb« departure of toe
goal-s- .g. !k -. ti.w ti* .'k.« of t.ie j
iw.i i e. U. The rj.e:, Ixl tbe itidk''i«;y set |
up a che«-r a* tbe -»r to '.«» j
stiffened, and when both swung into the !
stream p« »< nget- on <a- a ■-•red j
again the veiy - j
trig and ton fide n< <• in tht-inuelvcs aiai ihe j
fotur. i« i>n<c ttiem,
The Australia, which cam" from San
Kfajit.aeo *«r in lommsnd «»f C• y tl<--i
--letta Sit* br-,ughl T. pa-»iengfers. of whom
in ari> iao will ptirchasi tL»» -r ctitir, outiii-.
in M-'a.il-'. Th. Aus'.ralw was chartered
bj th> Pacific Coast Sl*am*bii> «'ou»p-iny
Iron, ta* <>.sm Mit-amship Company.
If'or ten ><.ai i»a-' sh. bus been .-rnpioyed
In tl<> tr i.'e U'». S-iti Francisco and
llonoiula. »ihe is a ilisi-class v* --> ! in
•very resjwe t. Her d»m«ri <i .n< .tret ftgtlt
over ah. r* f.. t b< m. " f depth of .
hold, fe< ih.- Au» 1 alia can it. .tn I
K'i knots a 1; hour She h.»s a pas..-ng<r
. .j k it> uf ■"1 will tarry tons of
tici,.ht. ."he 1- .edui> .1 to i« .il tomor .
row. .nd will ' • well tilled witii b itii p >»-
sengers tTf -. l*ollowtrig is a cf
the An tt .1 a v ->tli.-. :-: Mj*t-r il t
Hoodl. t- t e olJi. .t. ii-jwald I- latw-
Iss*. •< ond ail 4 ., er. JatU- S Aad-r te., chief
engineer, H N'« .maun, i-ur- .r, J. F. Camp- 1
ball; steward J Beel«y.
Tlie f -t-s) st iirwi- |dytt.g betwe. I 8e- '
attle lid At.-kat' i«>its wiilJiHVv* U. leoa
i ■ il■, i v ti. i - ' - o al. i S
, . ...j ~ (.-,•• -t ' tr.: ..g g0.4
hunter- and their l-"k»n*itigs to th. north. 1
Un her tri.l tti(. :i ! Portland a f.w w..i.s j
ago Jhe \lct, t! heW.'d a d -.. -
knots hour. t , , I
The V..-MOl -«n »a* h;Ult at Portland >n
j»aO. H!ie w.is s.gued far t.a» Hu*st pas
senger :j?«ti.» <tn Paget aonud, and waa'tjp. - :
rat*, d f-.i .. >■ ji hi th..-r w..tct;i. 11. r ill
rt. 1 o be note powerful than
her bull wo.- l .'t»i> d aae wa »= ..t
b.U t■ I rti.» d. w!..no st.e w Ut. vr- -
!„ ..!• hd. b'a. >- * « f"< • 1 d-" •> of
j- •Ut i a'. . '. I's a. cuti '• la p.is
-45, . 1, r»»ie n :th Feb
ruary ST.
PACK MULEB UNLOADED.
su»|> l.iU'ltr s «»n »« > *»
l\ mm » W li«l« \\ ill fl«"t
n < l<»r 11.*• \itrth.
Th« fs.i' l.u« V. ■. with .» U' '«• |N»rt of
ttm I'tiJtt-U CQverunuct r«U».f a
j,. ,|tti . ' ; .-i •»'- Nauaitm »u»t there
!h uoU..! k it f • tiaif to ii - when
nho will f -t « ir>>J ft'<*n that i«»rt on
h«-r iv>urn«y r>>-rth uidlfUE
I'■ j><.i '.«<! hti\.> l> !■ in ud« I'.at
tug<« Kfrv i ? ti» 'n* l.«i r.urth. th"
I.uci'- ii i. ! muv« .1 frmu N tmiino h tr
lxir t> i li«-i these «1 •*> «
«ko. A W'k fim i> • vul in tiki-s. *y
)ilHr>!.iv st*tif<t th.it unUt-r orders of
U>«t. frr »;oi!, tl> rutrnmcMt |h. k
muU*;« h.ul t>» »n r.iiloaJt-U anil th<-> !
Dow r»» *,. in d Intra ■ ' N.'
ll.js <vt tkxl tli.it t!it> « !1 <»»t
ttvtnt* one <t amount of n>tK"\
(ottMK«> ( It) »nll«
Btt«mrt «"* ;t ■ C.ii »•«: i for Aik in
porta >««t> iU«»,» Xvto.:i| At l-JJ# o'cio k.
bivltiK on hoard »!*>>-£» ur
t> J. I't a s . ft . K t.i.ti i ; ••' : «?
t)fA>jiii iKh k w ,j» throngfvl tti::, m< n.
A».»a»<«l ihikl-'U. « 'so id riir ,!vwn
to miiti» st' o d« t .irtar-, 1 of th*. r■ v»
<"4V'i J. '' llunttr. rc. »i,t!> Ri*»t. r . f
thi» I mU.'.U \t,i» iit »H»!jun..' d of the
taft* City. : will ha\»> • of h» r
Whsio It o:t tn«» A ••♦*xn «i
lluntvr ;* «'t . A V». i ' »1. i !o«
ti iny \» .• - ! .« ■ ' t t! .- 1' • v« «i
luaic » < : «■ ... n« t\.»! Th«
l'nj*tU;» ol' » 4 ' .
Most of t.h- Cotta*» C v «
ttPD' for Jun«AU ,411.5 Atwugnny
I .>;io*'-;tm a list <>t th» ;wiK».-"nji«'r* A
T Whlw»mh MiJ!«r J»rnc* M un.
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ki « !• > i ! . . s , t'' ir: p» ||.
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j: YUKON STOVE :
i m th»t years ef experience have •
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[# best proof. Call and eaMßlly tr,- #
• »p«ct the tori's of tr » *tt>ve Wii! •
• STA*D THE TEST. 2
• We have our own shop and wi.'i •
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: ->LCCESSMJI- OUTFITTERS. J
Khin.ian. John Kt! !• r. Alfred Efcav >9.
Richard il irjhy. ti. H. Johnson. M S <-r
--wood. W Sherwood. John Mu r 'mil. R.
i K. Jonncon and twenty-four ir. th- -t._-.r
--! age.
MIII. Hot n: 10 1 MI. \ 1 KO>
ll*. ( . It Irlj i« rdxiu (.it. the I ontrnet to
I Mrr« %la M. Ilirbarl.
« WAHiiiKtrrux. v. u m —Tu« p.. t
f oftw-# thi srin.. Nt «A.iai<.<i loci»o to i'.
| lt;ehard*>it. of H.'.itii«. a (oritr.u.l ft.r
. arrylng the during ih* «m > - n s-.n
of ix-i inawevn t>-.itti« vi*. MU-imei,
; Alaska, to <'iiele City \ia tiie Vuk< n
r:v,r Mud reiuiii. H. wih lunk- sax trips
during xhi! n, J. iVing Seattle uh/ut
,Jur.«« la and and th- s*m>- dat(« in
j July .md Auc.k*!. Tue comjHn*ation is
J lo be tz*o iH.-r r\'Und trip.
*MAI.I, *)TI:A)II;h kuk ALASKA.
j \ Hon boat. Fitted U ItU Kaglue*
and Roller, to t.u North.
.-'pe< «tl UUp.itc:h to the I'ost-InU-liig 'it er.
1 A< oMA, J-eb —The Miihughl aun.
1 !;;:y craft, no* in pott and making 1 *.jy
»t- an to Ai.t«ka, !*• p/übabiy th«. -■•uiaii
v»t <raft of the kind wUP h will attempt
Uh- voyage to th. land A gold this \>ar.
Hiie ih tw.'uty-fuur 1 tt loiur, six f,., t two
; inch.** beam, with a d.-pih of iio.d of
twenty-six Inches, and \..,n prepared tor
lli» tiip !»y 1 r.uik Uiw> iik*> a,id eieorgo
i ii< h« r. Tlu t>oat i>> rtoihing m >re tiiati
I rn ordinary staumh roivtioat. «uh a tlnv
| steam • ngin# to luiniah power and a hju.--
1 li'V to protect h< r.
Iho affair ha« been made in'o m ald*'-
. * he' ier, each vvh-el btirij. four t*"t in d>-
| Hi- ter ..nd the ; »».| in furniyheti by t a
nf two hor»»» •|K)Wt f Al* to
i till- Is ,t circular nw which is intended to
ut tii-t tijel reeded to supply th- tuaehtr.-
j '-' V. The t»o adventurers *Ui stix k tiie
; ' 1 'f * »>lh One year'* supply u f fojd ar. 1
such t0..1s a< they may need. They wtd
j i'av- l north by «: <>• .my. lay up at n;*tht
I ami uii stormy days. The hull was bui •
Jl'TO aii(l Ihft engin- s T.Uf. ha.-ed fi un .1 io
i cal mi. hfernry house. The owtprs wid
i art f.,| the north in few d.'-ys.
lti:\n\ to 1 I:A% k 'ini: w u<>.
Mn«l.n Xt.nmi r Jur lliilbean to lie
l.uiiucli«-il at IXeretf.
I Spe, i 4 | to the P"f?-lnteliigenoe r
i KVKftETT. Feb. 24. The Ai ,sk , > ~m-■r.
■r. ,».»• H ' thews, which h. b-en built by
' ■* •• 'd«- iM-veiopment «'. nr i:;v, at th*-
1 foi l of California nvcnpe, on the bay
i will be launched •» o'. U> kor Saturday
j morntne.
Hi\ 111 1 nken fun l l n«j,eogt , r.,
' ulli I\)\v NrifciN L'. Feb. 2L—Sieam
«Kuo«»n«r Rival. wiUch arrived last night
from Ba*iU \ lvft here for Copper rt\ er t
t»l«bt. after taking on
gers aud l uarly I*. tons <j< freight. The
pu"««ngeiw tak'-n cu here thee • who
have hf».n here for aome tin; ■ pas! waiting
for the .- team. - Tow j end. The latter J>
billed i«. -dl Mir h > hy wh U time sh'j
will have in n« w bo Hers at.-d . in every
way tirst clas
( ou«talilt'« Sent to t.lenorn.
VANCOL'VKR. it. C . IVh. 21 The l'r.t-
I i-h Columbia government is lookitig afti r
j law and order :n Ut- Sti.rketn river coun
try «* well as th« liomii. in g ?r nr.
J «»n I.'VB steamer L»as utic. W n..h H ft : .r
j \\ rang. 1 tonight w s a smaii f >rre if
whi h will t.e st itioned at tr.f.ora,
j Tebgra< h creek »:,d T*s; tn lake. The
si».i:iier Tees will tomurroa convey an-
str.i!! de- » hment of mou' tcd po! •«
j north.
U lilt. Im. (,rt. \%« a >
POUT Wt.KI.Ki! Feb M -S . im
h h.H-'tter Wh;'. aw « ' way for D? <m yes.
terday, »!i < amtdaints as to food having
t>. a.l'i.-'pj She t.iuk on a j. ■ r here,
j and will go by the Inside ;u< -,tg>-
Salled for VlasWa,
P< 'fITI.AND Or Feb. £4 The (teitn
s -b. e, r A laar sal!- 1 for P>> .» and
way '.ouigtih
Pt-t Mlinrillr* of Ll(r in Mnyfl.
I a \\ ■ fkiy
\\ !< n fit# breaks v-ut Jn th« town *'•
m .»t the ■tore# closw, tti« trooj«# m i
under arms. a. •! f*w #xt ept tri* firenir-t
i- t i'><> p»oj • r.vsr ttt« j.'.ac* of f r.rVi.;ru
Hon v*ntu-e cut In the atreet. th» tt.a r.
tf'*t mos* tor 'micr. try mow:' -n «
»r« fclwled t:» th«i a . . .n. Who# ji;»
Ur;<w» tho *;:«ntrtir to soir.'- remote ;v»rt
of i'aii-iu-l'rnue. Uw ujt
they iu- ■ a!w.<vyn called to i\n#
the ara*-tuti and the priaoa. liixu-atuj* *nj
•\f tnl.itf '.'j* tr. tut! »<*. Ni u. «4 d«t:n{¥r*vi*
< " '■ <■ *■■ ■*) *: ' • rty ■ > i,;, . !• r.t of
this na'.jxc.
Another i - uaar f<*turi? of the to: : • ojt
«'*< If to ! h») * "OT'JU'U"— ■ de
rived ft sr. ' ourir," xive Frn h » id fur
rn«— n* »a y in the atro'-t %t.tr;a
■to ra:s I rttn jntw-r »«tl «.;>.<• ttul h,:>.
P« a#4 ir. I'ort-a.i-J'r.a ••. t; cj; .» aV-ut
T;i«l %«» • .. . ■ * w
e»>niMritl>fij jii'.et T«»j ,r, g v r, *\o
quarrel! <»!* ,t « :r..tn tr: ( t r.t ..r th#
plaoe <3rt«r t v.r etot.<'* . i
ft: - t a". r ...ft o*'i*t i Ai ; 4l ,
i £n the marte: f*cryNv.> ,ir.-
r- ' cr.' t n ;n «-» r wj.t h - \
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k •■«■»• *•' i * w. - * »| ~ ... ».
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♦r« tike tj the.r h< - - : .■) fy , f . ~
o * '' - rv - .
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It « -An n»t ...• i ~ 4 {.' 4 * !
ht* i « t» s .-,• , » .»■ ,
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t-« * f: 1 ■ f C&r: -it - » I- • ;.
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THE SEATTLE POST-IN'TET.LTGF. WF.R, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2i. 1899.
JOIN! IRAFFIC HEARING.
* T.RITT ARR%Y OK (<H I»ET *P
»*I-;%R BfiroKE PRKMK cot HT.
Mr, rtrr Irgne* t hat ' omoctMion
la 111 in tkr UUrrdi "» "U
»hlpprrii That Railroad A»rrr-
Dirßi Don lot Kr»tr«iß Trade.
WASHINGTON. Fob. S4-—Tha supreme
otx.rt th- I • :•—I S: at a today began
th« hearing in Ui- joint iraJßo ca*-. in
w- ti tbe Cnlted B'atea s«« ka 10 have
th« . " *'■•• part v'f the
ot • I-* - !. -,g rv>. i: of f twuiurr, co;.-
.j'. . =- I>y m ;
; • • ■ ,f ■ ui . •! . \ via. V ' ' ' ■ ?
tie «- --eiation .{v»-'i: -u frj-n operating
o.aier T;iia
ha.t proV«-d to be the n; an«
of cod.• • r.g *.,(• nioat forum!*';-;* an«y
w th>* - • f the def. nae that fca*. bt-tn
«-* u f r many .1 day. The list includrd
HL-.ST;, or F K<lmuads. of V» r
m•: ex-iltuwt r to £itfl<uid E. J.
, J- 'Cart* r, of Near
j * ,r k- ' 11 '• v * :s-.«r«. it tta»- d.'uwum-' J
! W '.i rj-ak. >r GfUtral litcliarda
as j•. n i swr t:»«> jcov.mxaeot. TUv t:m.>
for tfi*- ritatkin of thv! tajf vru.s <•*-
tta.i i <m> Ha 10 aivn th«> cMiti.v i f►r the
raiir >a»i* f t> ur hours, making t,;x hours
I ft>r the • rUjr*- hwinimc.
Mr. K:.-h;tr<ij« opon«'d. 11.- dt-|H-ndod
..>!~"iy upon the d> .-Ufon of the .- ipr»mc
t.' i'.t in !«.« Kr.tght A«-
i"" ;u.on .«»>• -s u> th« priced "iit in this
that ih. re wm iK-juiy
bm difffcjcn. t; bet* tin ihv m. »t m
' L ; 1 , ■' ''** Jnd ,h ' of the
! i. wcro pt.rti.-j to the joint t. arßc
< tUttnn. ution.
Mr Hi <i„r<is waa followed by Mr. Carter
1 ft r tha , Uatftc lie contended
1 a. instead of laiua ill rcs::,i:nt ot tradr,
' tiu Joint Truth Aquation
was tualjy intended to promote tra-.le
and fwnniew He argued that th« rcguta
"..i uv>i n«.> n—+uiy mtan rt
aini tnat u- word vs. t « only in the
».atute as applicable to injurious rf*?trairit.
* '' * drew she - onciuslon that at
niuM U,e ugr.-e it:«ut TO o:ii> a restraint
u]n"i competition, and he saidibal wm w .
w -'- > * n in. ideat to trails and
* ' u " : iiwj » e*-en:uil to the proirerlty
ot trane. in tompeiiiion tne most j*»wei
in! shipper has th» advantage. TiUt* tha
standard < »il Company, tor ine:ance; it
na a bio to command railroad r.»t. « unrter
thi? tompfctitive sy»te. c . t hus continue
to Increase its already la.'Ke wealth. Tlie
remedy tlth m w -..- iou: din r-,,-
re.xtrulm ».f « omp. fition v\ hi i» could he
a- . oinpjisiu .1 oy an . 4i cre<'n»eiit iike that of
the Joint I rafflf Assort it ion.
i:i Co.. i: .-lid,. Mr , s .,jj t j, lt f
*ueh a,r. etnont .1- tha: ..f ti,. tu.-so
tiatioi not !.. eiif.,l . d, otic of three
things, must happen.
Ettbcr ail railroad tranayertatio*
ih abandoned, all (fi<« roadsi mu<t coiuoii
"l il Caipp. ting j-oa-ia muat l>- found
' * Vi'-iiitiiAK «i <Tiuunal i^ivv.
"In oth. r v .ids." j.ud .1 n~ti. ,• m. w. r.
j "the rjiiioad.s .re t 0 b- '
J " '' ! 1 ' <i; *' '-X ll»e LtW u:;i(.-s thev „:o
j ai. u.d ! . . : ivc« a bond 1., one another to
Obey it?"
j Iu r» p.y lo this o* • rvation Mr. Cart, r
said:
"It is P -iii to pat suoh qbliijitioni* on
; tr-n th t it is pot posi-ii.lo Human
• » ouac'ivft ihc-m. *
j lie ad Jed the opinion that the railro.vl
| m ' vv ' ! g< !i> j ajjy as honoraiu« as any
j »»tti' r > of i!!, u in th.- c( iiiury
ilr - r-«M-T f poke for two and a half
tli< hour v f adjournment.
M.I>I:I* AMI i)iu:\M*.
How 4gnnals Worked Oat a Scientific
ProUI. 11, R,.|„te,| h.v llliiMelf.
! The Ictfr# on .«!etp and dr. ams ir. the
t r< n ft: ! nv* of a oftfe in the cx-
V ' nee of A \r. i.nd which he to'.d
s me hims. :f. th> ;u!i it is recorded in his
v> rk on th, Am--; in r.-hts. accorlin?
(Dr. Sanden Is Here (
| Rooms 12 and 14, Hotel Stevens. ;i
5 OFFICE H()t RS — ♦*
£ 9 to 12 A.M.; 1 to ?> and 0 to 8 P. M. S
S»-»- 3»- - t*
i Victory
I ) Xo t!
Strong!
•v "*
i Dr.Sanden Is Here!
j: Rooms 12 and 14, Hotel Stevens.
♦* OFFICE HOI R5-
J» to 12 4. M ; t to 5 aed 6 to 8 P. M. §
»'V.V.%\%%v.V/.V.*.V.V.V« , 4.V.V.V.V. t .V%Vr.%!»Vif»V* , 4%V»!M!
Ift-'feVt'"tr4k ~*L("H? '**'••
iFLOUR I
t =========================== 3
f. 'J
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You nay r.'tver b- beaithy. happy '
•. or ar.tent unbas you u.e "Kh::Jike
r Gold Drop Flour." They ard tbe
leading brari.'.s and fill the hill ex-
J a;tly. Ask your grocer. Do not ?
' be deceived with imitations. The t*
r i
% "gnu ne" article is manufactured •
% %
f '*
nmnu mi c« t ,
SEATTLE. V- ASH. v
*
Unship It Co.
EGGS —
Strictly Fresh Ranch.
Today Onlv.
20c Doz.
SUGAR—
Fine Graoulated, Today
Only, 18 pounds for
91.00.
920-22 Western Av.
Corner Madison.
Telephone Main 208.
to a writer in the London Spectator, He
was studying a fossil ilsh in the Jardin
i'laiitcs, but ht had never been »bie
to determine the species to his satisfac
tion. After a time he dreamed ttiat he
c.urht the very lish. and without diffi
culty determined the quosti >n. thinking,
a- he wok. ftoin the drtam, that he
would n w have no difficulty. I>ut on
it turning to the fossil something In the
dr. Un bad cicapfd him. ..nd be couid
no more- d-. ttriuiiit:, the si-vic-s be
fore. The next night he had the sanu
(l ream and again forgot the essential
point. He then determined to take a pen
cil and pap-.-r with him to bed, and mak ■
lu.-: note as Mien as he awoke. The dream
came the third time, but to hi* surprise
on fully aw a kepi g he I >un>l the drawing
in .do uid liing on the table at his bed
side. with three bones displayed In it
which were not visible in ihe f.ssll. aud
which solv.-d tlu- pt .blein. <.»n returning
to tja- Jardin d.-s ihant, s he obtained
mi.-.-lon of bis frond, the director, to chip
way a s.v.U- cf stone wiiuli lay on tlie
v pot wlie:.' the bones were in the draw
ing, and found them there as his drawing
h;d given them. It is thirty years slnca
Agu.ssiz toll me the incident, but those
who have access to his history of the-
North Amen,.u:i f.-\ ; will able lo
t< id i? :i. liia cv.ii wot in tin? ia;"xluc
tion, and correct my version if my mcm
ry h. ' i:i any dftail failed me.
"i '9 r. t e». j .t 'pij! of n.V ii. -."
- -id ' lat« Set u.ti. Coo little, of Wi»v.:i
--t i f.-A- months -ago, "waa the brofest
one i ever made, it was upon the eve
t f tne noaninartion ot Lincoln for the sec
ond term of his presidency. A number of
•be leaders of the party had been called
together aecratly to discu.<*i the advisability
t.f r- -electing Lincoln They were mueii
d «rt !rfe»i over the >|uestion. and. after oth
• rs« ha'l .' -oken. called upon me, ns I h:ip»
j.: ■ d to be present, to mak" a speech. I
« hi I -k-\e in il <1 Almighty; and >o
b-li. ving 1 have faith in Abraham Lin
. '»>•••
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• *A*t FACTI RI*G J
s CLOTHIERS A\U •
• MERCHANT TAILORS. •
W i-*» all *w! Mac 1 ;!- 9
0 ■ . . •- • ••; •» ®
• you ran buy st>ek so->ds. Why not •
• let aa mike jroo a nit ioneOitai •
• comfortable. Wc can let vou have •
• .-<1 alter r ,• ;.e J
0 order •
• Buy of the manufacturers. •
\ yo. 1221 FIRST AV. :
J 3EATTLE. WASH. *
_ relepaoiic. Green 575. »
READY FOR THE TR VIL.
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\
KlfW
o>C*, p
llernu»e lit* IHIUKIII liia SOUIIK of Tlic
\iiierit-un Out littler*.
SK ATI'LU CLOTH I.\G CO.,
X«. 7tl> Siecund Ave.
>us. 117. 1111, till Columbia St.
One Price. Ao Cuppers.
To ettrich your
Lawn or Garden
—Oct i Hack of—
E. J. HOWEN'S
Pare Bone
Fertilizer.
212 Occidental AY., Seattle.
Klondike ;
Nine Owners.
0 . -
0
Our Mi'. Thomas l.s in N'fW York \
y ai.4 we are in position to handle Q
cla.ni* quickly. We represent a
Q Iyorvdon and American ayrTuata. 0
Wo recently FOIJ several A
K ar.il want more. Call and eec ÜB. \
V V
j Thomas Investment Co.
, Third Floor Collin* nidK., /
0 ■ 0
SEA7II i:, WA9B.
£+++++++++**+++++++++*+*+<s;
+ X
\ Pfehfag! I
I TaskDgo i
t i
j +
X Oil S.ik. St a Grass Linen and !£
♦ ind T
i. Tri I • ii K- CUff and Out H kb.
+ Fish B]N «r«, }•:•
4> Just the K.nd for Alaska. +
+
I nil ■ 11
t ~
•J* €<t- First Ave., Pioneer 81:..k 1*
+ +
y+++++++++++++-W-H-H+4 H+l
• Boston Clothing House ;
• Cut Prices on •
: Klondike Goods. :
• We an rat ickcd ar.d as oat r<» •
• r k •
• K|tn Heavy Arctic TTinlm waai •
• *, \ . v.l •
• 0
• f: . •;.■■«, 'Sj •
• PricM cut »>r.
: Boston Clothing House J
• I sd Xfi near Pita *
Alaska Information
New Maps—( oppcr
Hivcr and Klondike;
Ne\\ Charts of tin*
Yukon:(*iii<U» Hooks
ami Hot>ks on Mining
••Pocket Compasses
and Snow Glasses
Livsuc & Haif&rJ Statioserj & Prutisg Co.
HHT t«l . •«mt> Vuaca
lIMUSMMIHE !
i I
vw^Li LI LI li ::
I MdpnnesCo MeUnafeQ© j
I (S©©d§ M j
1 Moderate Pirnces, I
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I %
I v Q ®y "-• ! -- • '•" cut* it to s
I uMt ciejLf, iaferior bio &Uski. |
I
I Glotiwg,Premier, Hirtwtj
| ' '!( <j
| We bfcve fend ycxrs of expfricgt? iu fllxsfe bariift?? ?
: xiw k«jow mdfv whxi c; nst'tytf-s x ?rx<4lai oatfit. •

vv (f CIIPPIP'*? F?1I?~PF? r ' M xccurxtc I
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X Copper River Goc»nin». ;
f i. —-
: Cfltt rn SEE OUR STOCK 9fl!> SIT Men
j Tlje J^&cPoagJ ]
| ■ I loeilwidf Co. \
t 717-719-721-723 First Ave., Cor. Columbia.
| I
■'/ • • • •■• • t i •••;.. i ;.. i ; . . .•.;; .
PRIMUS OIL STOVES,
FOLDING CAMP STOVES,
SHEET STEEL YUKON STOVES.
We Carry the Best Makes In the Market*
Compasses, Cutlery, (iold Swnles, (iolU Bans,
Money Belts, Cooking Utensils, Etc.
Hotel. Steamboat and Restaurant Supplies.
M. SELLER & CO.,
627-620 First Avenue.
jjhkraoa'A Great Bargains In
I I Alaska
J 4 Footwear.
CALL A!ND GET otR P " ICES '
\ 9 IT K,, L PAY Y ° L '
£ Are Agents for the Celebrated
.... A 4 clTTEßand shoes.
TREEN SHOE CO.,
707 FIRST AVEME.
LILLY, BOGARDUS & CO. ■*.
wholesAE
Hay, Grain, Hour, feed, Cereals, Dried Fruits and Beans.
" Alaska Supplies.
Offices, Warehouses, Mill and Dock Foot of Mulo and Jackson St«.
He Hove in Stock Nov* Seed Oatn, Hheot, Barley, Peas,
Timothy, Clover, Etc.
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■I Tbf Best ,mi Mast frcncTv< .! Lltfit Dr.tfi Stumer In Cvlstrnfß. j
\\ THF MI.CAN IRO> WORKS CO., - Seattle, Wo*h. !
t444 44444<t44*44*44 JM<<4<JO<4 « <J J JJJJjjtl'l
Moran Bros. Company.
SHIPBUILDERS —•»
Yukon River Steamers.
4 Mot Thins for Hlondikers ' . "V;
M Hun » t CO- ">■' «~ M! '
*2 Way »n<l *■! Avrnu»
KLONDIKE
OD\KS AM) SUPPLIES.
Kaahitsatoa Dents! and
PAotof rnptaic Supply Co.
XU C«.«mU* St, Oopofela torn. OSic*.
HOTEL BUTLER
•«at:i«'« and Or'y Klrtt-
CitM Europaaa pj*n H«UL
CmSm Grill H—m la UmmUMi
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