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lIILY INTELLIGENCE!.
TMC B4ILT imULMBICU *
NMhlrtwwqr IThSTNTM* I'* J'llTiTs
STy. >«•» ssnis HT22*»ia*
rum weekly cvmutacn.
u tti Twgn, Wirwiiy
I ■!>■ mi. MM.
Sunday, March 7. 1880
MEXICO.
With the R*pablic of Mexico oar re
lations should ha more intimate and
amicable If tbe people of that conn
try were oar eqaa's, like tboee of Cana
di. tbia would be very possible. Their
indolence, ignorance and jea!oa*y io*
terveoe, however, aod prevent an on
ward progress in trade and science aod
development like that aaceaaiegly
enjoyed by tbe peoples to their north.
Mexico began her straggle against
Hpain in 1810, and maintained it eleven
year*; io 1821 wresting from the Span
ish King acknowledgment of her inde
pendence. Tbe following year was
establiahed tbe Empire of Itwrbide,
which was npeet after a year's contin-
QftL.ce In 1824 tbe Republic was or
ganized, on plans and priaielee sim
ilar to these of oar own Bepnblie.
Thence on Mexico wad«d through war
after war, bad Governments of many
kinds and suffered a condition of vio
lence, rapine and anarchy painfnl to
contemplate. *Speio made aa unsuc
cessful attempt in 1829 to reconquer
the country, followed by an expedition
from France in 1838, by tbe war with
tbe United States io 1848, and by tbe
French, English and Spanish attack of
1861 aad the subsequent six years war
with France, in all of which, the revo
lationary Mezieaes came out abend
except in their struggle with tbe
United States. The Government has
been partially or entirely changed
nearly a dosen times daring tbe past
seventy years; having been a Spanish
Colony, ao Empire twice, a Republic
three or four times aad twice at least
governed by a Military Dictator.
Mexico ban an irn that in Europe
would wore than include Qermto;,
Fnnci, Italy, Switzerland, Belgium,
Ho land. Denmark and Great Britain
aad Ireland. Instead of supporting a
population of 180,000,000, at those
countries do. her people number a
scant nine millions, and instead of the
enjoyment of a foreign trade amounting
to of millions of dollars an*
nuallj. ber whole merchandise expor
tation does not rined $6,000,000 per
annum. Mex co labors under a debt
of $125,000 000. which, for the lack of
fartbar credit abroad, cannot be in
creased. Ber commerce is at a lower
ebb than tbat of any people io Sooth
America, or for that matter in the civi
lixed world. Compared with otber
quarters of the globe, however, she baa
resources nod opportunities of the most
maguificent character. Her gaograpb
ical position is most superior. Her
mines are fabulously rich, aad bar soil
is fertile beyond belief. Sugar, coffee,
ootton and other products of a warm
climate can be grown there as profit
ably as in any part of the war Id. All
that is needed to make Mexico a great,
wealthy aad populous country is to
open it to the world, introduoa new
elenteuts in euctety aad ovmm»rce, and
rata* the standard of intelligence and
morality among her inhabitants. Va
rious methods of doing thie are sug
gested, the most common being by the
incorporation of the country within the
bounds of the Uoited State*. No mat
tar which way it is effsoted, if ever
effected, our country aad people stand
in n position to enjoy the largest bene
flta therefrom. What the Mexicans of
the feturs will produce we will want,
aad the bulk of what they import from
abroad we will produce. Our Govern
ment should encourage Mexico in her
onward and upward progress. Our
commercial interests will not tolerate
nay ether course. A trade of $230,000,.
000 per anaum ahoald aow exist be
tween the tsro countries, and oen easily
be made to do so by 1883 if our Gov
ernment aad people but will it. They
want our ships, our labor-saving ma
chinery. our dotha, hooka, flab aad ten
thousand other art idee. Every State io
theUaioa bee a vast deal to sell that Is
waated ia Mexico, aad that is aow
either doae without or imported from
Europe. California, Oregoa aad Wash*
iagtoa are largely coaoeraed. as also
Texas, Loulsana, Pennsylvania, New
York and New Eeglaad. When the
people of that ccuntry wish to be an
nexed to this will be tin* enough to
annex them, aad not before. To their
trade we are no doubt welcoase at once,
and it ie u neaterpriaing indeed not to
step in m d snuw it.
IN nOBiTK.
Sine* oor ltd report of doio|i to tha
Kiac County Probat, Govt, «dm m
follows h»v« bam iaaoad ia ito wutw
•I tk«<k«>i4 |>TW niaiil
Frederick Plt-cbrox—To ahowroaae
arhi r»-al rotate aboutd a t b« *4d.
tSoMBMb Vkit«N* k Uat jni of
proof "I will o«Mtiinoot to n«xt fc-rm
Orici«u« Nivri<l —ilMtiug ap»o or
dar to «bow MUM why dtstribatw*
•booid Hot t>« audr.
Jaaws Ovsso E>arte| «po» ads
(ri botiss cuaii:.ard to »st to< ■>.
V« fWlOa— Htonig opau «rd*<r 10
•hoar oawsa wbj •li bilultou atoawld
■alba atadawill takapl«o» Mitar*.
A W Mdxw—tank B Mal»oa ap
priatad gaardiao of auuor b»na.
Tbe 75.000 Chinamen on the Pacife
Comrt :b 1875 fc*re rednoed in rmmbrr
to about 50.060 Of the 25,000 who
are gone, *boat 5000 hare «ov»d om
to the Sandwich lsl*nd«. 10,000 baT*
returned to the Cclettial Kingdom, acd
10,000 h»*e gone But and to other
land*. Their low it est painfully re
gretted.
OUR LOCAL STEAM FLEET.
The various steamers running regu
larly to aad from Seattle lea re as fol
low •:
For San Fraoci«co—The i)*kute, on
the 9th, 18th and 2Sih of each month;
the City of Cheater, on tbe sth, IV h,
and 25th of each month, or as near y
these date* a« possible.
For Fort T«wnsend and Vic'or:a
Tbe North Pacific. on Monday. Wednes
day and Friday mornings, at 3 o'clock,
tbe Alida, on Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday mornings, a half b-nr after
midnight.
For Oiympia—Tbe Messenger, en
Tuesday. Thursday ar-d Saturday
mornings, at 7e'clock ; tbe Zephyr, on
Wftdcevday and Friday mornings, at 7,
and on Suoday evening at 6
For Tacoma—Tbe North Pacific and
Alida, every evening in the week a
cept Sunday; tbe first named boat at 5
and tbe other at 7 or 8.
For Skagit—Tbe Josephine,on Mon
day and Friday mcrnincs, st 7 o'clock ;
tbe Fanny Lake, on Wednesday »ud
Saturday mornings, at 7 o'clock ; the
Cbebalia, on Tbursd*y and ftunday
mornings, at 7 o'clock.
For bebome—The J B Lil>by, on
Monday morning, at 7 o'clock.
For Laoooner—Tbe J B Libby. on
Fridav. at 7 o'clock.
For Snohomish City—The Nellie. • n
Wednesday and Saturday morning*.
For White Bfver—The Gem and
Comet, both on Monday and Friday
mornings, mt 7 o'clock.
For Port Madiaon—Tbe Ruby, every
afternoon but that of Sijtiday, at 3
o'c'nek.
For Port Blakely—The Snccess, ev
ery afternoon, at 3 o'clock.
For Portland—The Alexander Dun
can.
TELEGRAPHIC.
txacßtraiv TO RMI urnxrancaa.
WASHINGTON TEBBITOBT.
PORTTOWASRXD, March fc—Arrived,
bark Lissie Williams, from Hen Fran
Cisco.
PORT DISCOVXRY. Mircu 4.—Ar
rived, ship War Hawk, from Sao
Francisco.
PoaT TOWSSEWD. March 6. —The
oew steamer Geo E Starr arrived here
this evening, flaking the run from Se
attle io two boar* acd fifty four min
utes.
The steamer Goliab left this morning
towing the disabled bark Oregon tu
Seaheck, and arrived hero tnis even
ing from tbat plac«s with the bark
DubUn. Leavirg again about" o'clock
witn the bark Lizzie Williams for Se
attle.
The steamer Taootna towai the ship
Boxellana to Tacomi today.
The bark Eavid Hoadley which put
beck yesterday sailod again this morn
ing.
KAUL BBS NT A TOS
BCB4»T OX. PA , liar 6.—An esplo
■iou of fir* damp took ulace at Saaft
N<». 2. Eut Maiiiiooko. this afUruoon.
Uue man was killed sad eight are still
in >h« mine, toppowd t-> be killed bj
foul air.
WASHIKOTOV, March 5 Saoator
Butier today reported a bill from tbe
Committee on Territories for tbe organ
nation ot the Territory of Ala- ka, and
ibe o"tabliiba*ot of a civil guveroiuint
tber»for. Toe bill ph>vide« for tbe ap.
poioturßt of a Governor, Cbirf Justice.
S«r»»jor Qfo<-r*l and B<ireur; by tbe
President. Tnese ofllO' N, together
"»wb tbo Collector <>f Uatiuan of tbe
Wet riot ot Al*iki,tr« to ooneti'ntr, for
jf»r t tbe operators of a Gov
ernment and Legislative Council. and
are empowered to provide tbe legisla
tion r» quired to pot the Government
into operation, and to perfect tbe ne
cessary details for working a Territorial
Government. Their authority as a
Legislative Council, under tbe bill, i*
to continue until otherwise provided
by Congress. Tbe bill authorises the
Kxeeutivi Council to divide the Terri
tory into ecuoties, and to provide for
the registration of voters; all'male resi
dents oTt>r twenty-one years of ago, in
cluding Indians who speak the English
language intelligently. and adopt civi
lised babies, citizens of tbe United
States, by nativity or naturalisation, or
by tbe tersas of tbe treaty with Russia,
and who bave resided in the Territory
six months prior to any election, shall
be qualified voter*. Iho bill also pro
vides for the election of a Delegate to
Congress on such day as tbe Govern
ment may appejat. The judicial pow
ers of the Territory, under tbe bill, are
to be vested In a Supreme Court and
five inferior courts Justices of the in*
ferior courts am to be be appointed by
the Legislative Council.
WasalßOToV, D. C., March 5.—A
great deal of oompiaint is daily reoeiv
ed from U>e West beoauee ot the lack ol
fractional currency. It ie atated that
la many plaoea aesall coin is so rare
that people bave to use postage atampe
for. cbangs. Treasurer Giltifin —\A
today that he wa« not t* blame because
silver oiiauge was in tbe Treasury in
stead of in circulat on. as there is no
appropriation to pay the expenses of
its shipment. People who want frae
tional or other silver coin caa obtain it
to exchange t<vr legal tender notes by
paying express charges at Government
ooatraet rates, which are- three milla
per mUe on every #suft or fraction
thereof. There waa in the Treasury
vaults today 531.000.ii00 in fractional sil
ver out 0f939.000000 »* a «d. There sre
twenty-seteu milli.» standard silver
dollara aad oae hundred and forty-six
milli on getd coin and bullion is the
Trea*ury. An application has aleo been
atadv t<» n«r*»s for an additional
appr*'prtak»« tmriwliiis go-d
and Miv-r built-n betacru A»sist-w t
U.S. iiewurer*.
Cvintn. dorr I-*ial< II n«<>ro. Chi*t
«ft b>- Bi.r« aa to -tu t u «. 4 n...
p*irs «it ib« N<»tj D 1, d.ed
tbim u. ««>it g
KcHMonD M*lc> 3 'lb. Q Vtrno.
U<M.«|l|x> iktarD bia ||« «« va
tb®l ill* Itt o <>r *l»r «H to >Mii|b|i>;i
pab.ic cjvdit i» a uitau v-u*«r i.a object
! being really to repudiate » Urre part
of the Sut« d*U. He balds that tb« :
i people bj rep ated act* of the Aiwa bly
and by the cocrtitstsoa adopted in
1869. bare acknnwltdged tbeir debt »a
da», interest aud principal. tutte than
fl3 OOU.OOO «.f which ts new attempted
to be repudiated by this bill.
W ABHUTOTOS, March 4.—Capt James
R E»i« has a little scheme ia c»nn*c
tioo with bis snip railroad which hai
sot y-t bern made pablie and which
may help in explain th« reaaon of the
pre* an re brmrht t<> bear on Congress
in favor of its passage. He rays that
his bill cow before Congress ia some
what incomplete and it wil. be changed
before it com*-s op for action by the ad*
j ditioo of a very important provision.
This is nothing 1- 38 th«n a proposition
to obtain from »h-Government a guar
antee for thirty years of a si* p„-r cent.
iiV.deni on a capital stock
of $50,000,000. This leaves
the projected cjmpany power to
bond the road to as great an amount
as the director* may see fit, even shoold
the interest on the bonds make it nec
essary for the Government to pay every
cent ef the dividend. The proposition
also includes the giving of the Govern
ment power to regulate tolls. Capt.E ids
professes to liive tee 3 enough members
of Congress to convince him that his
hill will pa«s. Ut alto »a;s that he
has seen the Preai'ieot todsy and while
be himself does not believe that tbe
Monroe doctrine at all touches DeLes*
sep's scheme as jot, the President is
willing to inrcnt a doctrine tL-at shall.
craoPK.
I/»:»DCS, March G- By a boiler ex
plosion in G'a*gow yesterday, 6 per
sons were killed and 20*verelyinjured.
Madrid. March 6 —ln Cort>s to
day SenorSagustm in the name of Consti
tutionaWsts said that, ha was anxims to
see social, political and financial re
forms introduced together with the
promulgation in Cuba of tbe oonstita
ti >n of lb"6 or a*special constitational
law.
Rio Janeiro, March S.—Tbe Chilean
flwet has ettacksd Arica. Tbo com
mander of the Ilna.'car was killed dur
ing the engagement.
Valiejo, March , 5. —0n0 of the
soldier* at tbe barracks at Benicia
committed suicide last evening by sit
ting up in bed and placing tbe butt of
bis musket ag<in*t tbe footboard and
polling tbe trigger with his toe. Tbe
bill pasted entiiely through his body.
HEAD THIS.
The gentle, yet effectual action <-f
that good old remedy. Emil Frese's
Hamburg Tea. and its intrinsic merit*,
have placed it at the bead of all family
mc-diciij- , especially f>r delicate per
sons of both Sfxes. In the nursery it
fltands unquestionably without a rival.
It groas in public ftvor all ehe time
SGEKSIV. II VLP A CO Pacific Coast
Agent?. A 1 -.i agents for the celebrated
E*tey and SIAIT4-,rt Organs. For Sheet
Music and Brass Instruments, address
SHERM AR, HTDK A Co.,
aag3l-d*wlr San Francisco,
Mchola'e Infallible later Ilea,
Guaranteed to cure promptly and per
manently offrj case ot Gonorrhoea.
Gleet ard Whites, no matter of bow
long standing, if directioua are followed.
Internal medicine not recommended or
uereacary. A curt guaranteed or money
tvfuurful. For sale bv N. T- Cody A
Co, wholesale and retail druggists, Se
attle. W. T. ol6dawßm
Ton Boss LUNCH AND THE Bear
Bit ßß. you »ill always find at the
Concordia Hall, ou Miil street, not
only the be-t of home made, but also
the excellent iSoinlioldt Laser Brer.
Also imported b*er io quart or pint
buttles. Boiled bam and all kinds of
cold luoobes to or tor.
OB KG ON GABDBN SKIDS,
A full line of Garden and Field Seed
fresh from the Salem Seed Gardens,
and for aale in large nr email parcels,
at Catalogue Price* by
KELLOOO A SRTDXR,
Agents for O. Dickinson.
Improve the good weather by get
ting your pictures (nken at the Cottage
Gallery. Prices as usual. Located in
the old place on Front street. Our
stay is short. D. R. JCDKINS.
Photographic Artist.
KAEBIID.
axxtaaxa-caxicMss-ii the thilmhi at
AadwwOhawbe ■ la Thaiaton eon- ty. March
rt' nt£wti?i?'• sad Bias
MISCELLANEOUS.
BOOBS TO BENT.
ITRRHHRD OB rxrrßßMniD AT THR
coratr or Third aad afatta.
*JS»J *> M.C. ORaVRS,
PtaatatrM*.
ROOMS TO LET,
wm oa enroLX: nßxum OR
sLsss&r* - • **•
OCCrCXTTAI. SQC4RX. FROST STRUT.
JJMtf lira. E- Brisooa.
Salem tiardei
ISO
FIELD SEEDS.
TtinnnntnlAnei from
O. DICKINSON
S Imrft 4uinMtT «f tb« above cdaLrated nl trelj
RELIABLE SEEDS
Wkich - p . Off _ n ptcttjM at Catalan*
inn'a
C. P. STONE &.Co.
CROCKRS. j
MISCELLANEOUS.
Express and Cab.
-
I WILL HATS «Y COWOSTABLC SEW
CAB
-I~il r-HiMin laliffll
W*T to y hwi amy pcrtocw at O*
or might—will ki pwytli —a tnZ
I ma >lio prepared to do a pMol
EXPRESS 110 OaiTEST BUSINESS.
Coal or othrT >rtl;!r« delivered oa the ikortMl
a«UM.
Ord»rm left w.tb Jack Lrrj win nerin promt*
ItMBtIOO.
f»br>-Jtr JOHN HILDEBRAHO.
Skagit Pilot.
The nader*igned baa Bt^mmboated oa tta Shaalt
Hirer tor three rearm, mad is wall ernaelaead «Kk
tho river froaa tta ■aalfc to Ita bead, aad c— take
a eterawbe*! riaaair aaj afcere if liart water
enoagh to Coat her. I want epoatUoaaaflWlor
iadteat hlat. mad I kmow mjr kedaea. Good
reierencca fitaa. layilre at the Paaila Trrhea—
s4dtw Jon* iiciiw.
FRAIMTOAL BROS.
Seattle, W. T.
We v>eld UHUS Ue receipt at oar
FALL AND WINTER
M'JTOC ,
Wiiich we c(rr at the toweet panibU price* eaa
dating of
DRY GOODS
DRESS, GOODS, HELMS,
Flaaaela, Draiettict,
CI.OAXS. AND SHAWLS, H9SUBT. MWII
EST, BLANKETS, CLOTHS, CASatMWM,
CABPEH, OIL CLOTH, WALL
PAPEB, PIBST QUALITT
BOOTS, SHOES, *
SUPPEB3. #
—IUO
A COMPLETE LIS* OP DCKABLE AND PINK
CLOTHING. MATS,
TttCXKi, KI T.
It plaia. watotable U wrin*.
FraMitkal Bran.
Sutl«. October 10,187*.
JACOB LEVY,
Tailoring,(Meaning and Repairing
CASH PAID FOB
SECOND-HARD CLOTHING
BLANKETS.
Watches and «!•*•!• y.
OwMwlil aimt, Www Washington an*
Main. BMttle. W. T.
nttUtwtf
Agency (Tacoma MM) Seattle.
OBSKBB FOB AU. USDS OF
ROUGH ARO DRESSED LUMEN, LATHS
iUNOU»«IMkr
■AIMO, ACKUMMAM.
Awrtr. oco. v.HAUua.
dKU ,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
UnQmnitfOnoM^T.^
Nonas is nuii aim' uat tkx
follavinc-nuird MtStar kM SM —Met of
mTTmTi
eUlia. a** win Inl catrj Itwm, Mi that
"" I"TIIniTHIT -T lh TTlf fl« will >i ■ilihftii
Anmm lfarkiatofh. bq.. % BoUl* F*Wtt. Ml k*
oAoo to SmMo, W. T.,m Malu.tt* l» tm
of April. IHD:
I*m P. Laws, FIMMUM D. ■ *o. 4XSI.
dor U« HWK «f Sm M. * **: M
»tW tomitoi m ktoVilMNM*(> I'<«| Ui
nmlliiau nMNN UN aad c>.i «- ■ of
MM tnirt. Til : Oootf P. WTsoo. \r r !*»fer
■ob.O. • Otmblml U4 KittklJ ki <jW iit,iU
of Heo tla, Kln« 08.. W. T.
2 T. BUOW*.
uhA-wM rrainw
NOTICE TO JOHN HILL
CfßuSrunOmnUnOmißi, )
Ot-rariA, VbßHMalkanu. I
MnaylMkinJ
To JotaßU. 0* ktokal awMMfHi
SHsSuSs^BSSS
y*- "gff ' J* 1 i» *ww
EssSStfftsvßS 141 ®
"ftfSiVnjw Itmliii «r Wtj toMriM
I lr fill S^ST*
• «MI
HOTICE FOft T
j xr«™»T
JoteO Ml—fc. ItaMHaM«MyHi* for
SitiS.'Li'JiSSsSjrtSs
kkattMMl » INI* Ml MHtMM MritaM
WM>.
MISCELL A N'EOCi*. !
SKAGIT MINES.
Oatfittwg Miners i Specialty.
We fain la had t a# all UM pro*pactove
ndnlamtkit net iato tk« UiSir OocS
TBT last eaaaaa with aappliea, and arc prepared
todo theaymatheeoMtacepnaget
Lower Prices than any Other House
oa Paget Sound.
Um haul and to arrira. 10 Tom
EASTERN CORN-FED BACON j
Hard mad Swart. Aliobwißnxli
Fltar, Extra Clear Eastern
Park, Dried Fraita. Vege
tables, CaiUMiU, Etc.
C. P. STONE & Co.
CASH GBOCEBM.
FRONT STREET, *«* «*>r to Wm u * j
Mw CUtpfcell'e Hardware Skm.
SLORAH
& Co.'s
J4J ■+ -
"BOSS"
BEER
Still Takes the Lead.
CREAM CAKES
FKESB
EVERY DAY AY
PIPER'S.
PRACTICAL OMSMTHMfi Oil MODEM
PRINCIPLES.
# «4i: li* m .▼" *
W. I. BEARD,
;«a* DUIBM
MCECH AND MUZZLE-LOAD INC
MOM, Mok, aad FiiN An munition,
jjj Jt^ w * h t ug
L N. BKiELOW & CO.,
miIMUH TO S. xmmrou.)
i • «
j •>. ' ** I'M* **
fianl Ma art Pro*
H«W on Hand i Ml Assortment
of Goods in their Line.
*ro'**. Dti Hi • m iw»i jr
, wwraim thk
Oaah Grocery Store,
Comer Union and Third Streets.
FIKItLfIfII OYSTERS
nnr oat at m
' COUERCML STREET
OYSTER HOUSE,
9 *
lOf§ut* Wtm. ktb.'Bj
Commercial Street. Seattle.
om oat ahd nan.
«. I HOLTHOWEI, rnpririM.
KUTIMrS COUGH LOZENCE&
\
I MISCELLANEOUS
CITY DRUG STOR&
N. T. CODY & Co.
PURE AND FRESH DRUGS.
Particular Attratira P»I4 to Orien.
THE ORET4I KIM TEA!
Tie Hast Vntafd Medical ttscmry if him ife
: Challenges the World a* a Remedy foi
Pains in the Back and Kidneys,
Nori-Retention of Urine,
luflammation of the Bladderand Kidneys.
Diabetes, Brick Dust Deposit in Urine,
Leuoorrhcea, Nervousness,
Painful or Suppressed Menstruation
isd *ll roßsituti iriiiag front • or MllltiM Mrif (K* IUMJI or
UITEM. It la PI'EtXT TBOKTABUT tmd KSTIHKLT UN»MTIII».IM - I| III.||J _L~ _
tk« Bttdtcl Vowo tt* CkiMm. It preweto the *
LEAF OF THE PUNT IN ITS NITIIIL STIR
For thoM «ho wish to auk* their ova Ito; wi for thaoa who* mcdr of lift nadcca Uftfekk*,
atkli,«k*<tprtpiK4i —"
CONOBNTTRATBD EXTRACT
Wkieh i-;<ttttufatoTt^!W(ftt*niatliihniMnHMftrlaitlaa«i«<
FULL DIRECTIONS ACCOMPANY FACH PACKAGE.
READ THE FOLLOWING TESTIMONIALS:
PonuSD, Oregon. Jnlya, MA
MtKtaneya werein a ve*y ted con4ltioß. IhtClMni UteMtk
' dMI trith my bn k. All remedies uere ansvsiUng until I trM tkt CIXOOI EIDWET TIL S
gars ma Lumediate nlitf. A. ItMJLNI
! Pcman. Onm, AmTl im
HiTlsf i mtwi btelvbi lsst winter, I *m lidM< to try tk( 011001 HBttTTIL
It Tt>7 bMtldil I* iti malt*. It *m net Mn upUuut to tsks lk« gtkw la. 1 TuM i
mniduiotkMiflicuduiwM. <on p rum
ro«Luw. ont«a. Mr a,m.
Thf OEEGO* KIDNEY TEA lias cored my back and XitefiMi la«itokiin ß
: critl nd* I »hsl siv iT* remember the O&tOOS KIMKT Tit vMh pieesnre ssiakmM
i biaUly ttc.mc'ecd it to all my Inrndtisd iMMlifnwi J. B. r. OOVXUtt IslMrlllHU
■ htiura, orsfsn. Jaiy a MA
While I ws i a TOlaaook lsst wtnts* I wis effected la up bnefe sM ee ft* a m
j almost imposciU* for ma to reach Portland. When I got kM I wee ladneed tttntoMMl
> KI XEI Tti. I drank, at »y masts, the taa made from it, and U bee effected a indieel ewe. la
highly Moainad tt to all abo an aflicted aa I wad. 4MB.
Both myself and wife km bwn far seme years slWlcted with diaaaee of the AMvaialW
triad many mnediea wttheni obtaining eny penoeneat relief. About thine
dsctd to tr a package of the OUuON AID VEX TEA. which he* apparently nilrti; nmikslfe rf
us, aa since takiLg it two weeks we have felt no symptoms ef the ilnss s. We(nib«»M»
mend it to otners similarly sSw.id, aa wa believe that it will da all the* te elelmsd tsr it.
M. U WIW,
I take pleasure In teetifying to the esertts of the OB'<Mlfl>!lir TEA. VW
yesrs I bsve been stiff ring from kiiney truobtee. and daring the Use bsve Mef sissti nay ktni
of EiJnt-y n edlclne in the market, almost wttnont any relief. H«via< beard thai the OHM S
SK TEA poasi is id aemkrfol propertifS. I purchased a package, and from the tat hanMM
relief, and by the one of the one feagoieel completely cured. bAMCEL M4l
Iwm Crrr. Ongos. OdoNr A MBL .
I hereby certify thst 1 was suffering from an attack ef bnekecbe -o eeTsre tkt I mtdal
'■ doubled op. and contd not etialgntea np. 1 need one package of the OBBOOX AID.NET TEa set 1
. am fnlly peceuefled that I waa restored by ita help. Jull V. LOW,
I have need the OREGON AID SET lEA fee pains i' *-? T* ~t"n^lklb
sad da net hesitate to recommend it an a mild and aefe remedy. E. T. eOHTT.
The OBEOOX KIDNEY TEA bu done my wife aa mnrhTnot lllnnv rfSslw.
dies she has as d for paiua la the u ck. and I believe tt to bo a good nia«itj fee the dteennMt
it is recommended for. A. E W1
Some three months eg* I was a tacket? with a esvrre p^SsTrS!Th«f" mm
OREO -JI EIDKEY TsAand by tie time I had aeort one nslf of it I wee entirely returned and ham
not been troubi.d since. I cheerfully recommend it to all who may be safcrlM mashw*
weak back, ss a pleasant, sale sad good remedy. B i. QAKMST.
FSVDUTOV
Having Buffered with my Kldneya, I waa lndcced to try the OBAOOM EIDMEX TEA. wMsh »
iKsf,"S£;,sr »u -
n.TiDS md tb# OBEOOir KIPXBT -• r l".~~ I mMaIU
by tskmg turpentine. 1 cheetfalSy certify to lta beneftclal efrcte, acd recommend the es«se ta *»<
public. urt utaemom.
SOLD BY ALL DB UGGISTS & GENKRAL DEALERS
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PRICE, - - - - ONE DOLLAR.
HODGE, DAVIS & CO., Proprietors,
PORTLAIVI), - - ■" QREGON>
SAMUEL KJBNNEY,
niIBCH AIVT C
■AS 0* HA*» A CHOICE A«4OETK£XT
GENTS' SUITS AND FURNISHING GOOtfS.
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B*U, SkMt, Br*r>">. Babkw Uai*.' ss l Nlmn' tellm
And in couHfln ihimriu a 1M unrtaal tf FMn u| Domaiic (Mww, DtaMr
Bearer*. he., ke„ whiel h« will iub to otdw at Urlag *-*
COMMERCIAL (T&WXt. SEATTLE, At T» ol» hu> or Cmuub A CXui. JalA
IMPORTANT
TO
MINERS.
We are now prepared to At out
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20,D08 mm
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WITH BETTER QOOD3 AT
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LOWER PRICES
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THAU AHY DOtTSE THIS
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WOOD CAMP.
TteudrUfMi *"ir t|i«i| i m| tu gx_t
tl« for tk« porpo • o* M-dw woo*
•a* bork at «t.y lontA. a* ik< iImM hNw,
Ortmtoltitito
Chicago Market
Wl Ib* promptly atfiad m.
Pour-ftoet Wood doftvorod for S3.SO
por Cord; Short Wood 14 por
Cord; o*rfcS4.OO por Cord«
* m ' tt —. v. STtWAirr.
>72ug&atfraaragafcj
TiMurotiAL mmm.
SEATTLE,W^T.
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| Monday, March 28, I 80&
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DRESSMAKING,
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HATUO EECEITED Til UIW
SPRING FASHIONS,
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