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DULY INTELLIGENCER.
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eepved.j tad JdSsui i d to »afc«er! t»r* ur>l«« la
Ike oltj, at U e«uU dot w«ak. parat l* to m»
Oarlar; aSkfoaav'*" H» owfe.
ear uMSu. SIO.OO la wlrmmmj
rhk weeHLT i.irr.i.i.i«ir.»(rt
Tail o:<l aad (>oj>a.ar ,'iaru. of k'Mt«n Wwk.
la<toa, witt ib» larfmt circalaliva of mr r»p«r
In lb4 Tarrltnry, la_rab>Mb*4 rr-ry Ratxrlay
asmls|. Tarra* fbr<-» polUn p« «a
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Friday, Sept. 2. 1881.
THE COllle UfeSUTUaC.
A month beoee the Territorial Leg
islature will convene, and that event
and tbe Werfc expected from tbat b>ly
are now tbe topic cf general cr*i*«rsw
tion froiaCnxumbta r»**r to the i'rorioce
ot British Columbia. Tae«e ia talk of
tbe revenue law, talk ef tbe ma"i l%w,
talk of tbe school law, aed talk every,
wbere of local and special laws. Tbe
laws named will undoubtedly be tink
ered at, but whether improved remains
to be seeo. Tbat they ere susceptible
of marked improvement will not be
questioned by anyons wbo bss read
them and observed their operations.
From several counties oorne rumors of
contempletef nttsefrs on tbe Territo
risl Treesory, io tbe shape of getting
bold of tbe Tcr?i*aruri t«s. f* tie pnr
pose of ssakuig looal coeds. Tbe Leg
islature about to meet will be newly
constitoted; consietfhg as it will of
twelve Councilmen and twnnty four
lCeprcseotatires, all previous L'gisla
tures hhtfng oonsistnd nt nine Oouncil
men %»d thirty Br preventatives. A
common al!<take of previous sessions
was tbe idea members got tbst the in
troduction ot bills was valuable work.
Tbe oonseqaence was bills were rushed
in to tbeoggregete nnraber of several
huudsedfor at isnct live times as aany
M w«|B4ailly pMßed. Tbi* pjok up
valtnble tfme, cost money, and often
prevented more effective service. Tbe
Legislature by no meana owns the Ter
ritory, but tbat body belongs to tbe
people, is hired snd paid by them, and
is awl charged to perfom
services for tbe people in a certain way.
This servioe does not iooludc anything
ia the bancosnbe lice, too much of
which #e have had in the past. Let
the members go there to work, as
though tbej were engaged io Aa un
dertaking of privwte and personal eon
cern, in whiob their aim was to get all j
the good possible in tbe quickest,
surest manner and for the least outlay.
Legislators are not hired to ya«rn and
sleep, spkrk the girts sod gad about
the oonutry, but that they usually act
as though this were tbe ease is too well
known.
HOW MUCH MONEY WAS LOST.
Mining (took gambling reached its
highest point in January, 1*75, re
mark* the o»lden him ot a late data.
At that dale the* sggiegbte yaluo of
mining stocks listed oa the Ran Fran
oisco Stock and Exchange board was
$282,305,404.' July, 1881, tire yeara
and * kali later, th* total valna of the
stoAf 0o thfs Board was bat $17,002,-
700, oowipg ; a shrinkage or loss of
s24|,i)3j,'?o4* Those values were no.
real, ana had the stock remained in
first that created it—
dulfaf ha flactuanon*, 14m ejects of
the Icmol SI»iUKWH)Q on a valuation of
$282,006,6(X) would not have seriously
affeoUd the masses, but it did not re
main in<ftrst heeds, remark* the same
journal, UWM the business of those
who created Chess fictitious values to
pass tjMflkte the fcai»dn of the people
as reel values, sod it was as ths prop
srty of the aaessaa thai theeo eeour\Hes
shrank to UM nothingness from which
they were inflated by the manipulators.
The loss of onrsr 4tft9,ftOA,ooo oa an in
vestment of less than $300,000,000. is
the loss of those who purchased the
stock, not those who sold it. Wben the
bo nan as mines went up to a high fig>»
ure the great bulk of it was tn the
hands of the "bonanza Crowd"
Meaaq. Heokay
Oilristv la 1 Con VJr
ginia ieecbe<ft'.Bnigbeef figure,and the
aggregate valus of the stock wis $75,-
600,000. The most of the stock was
then unloaded by the"Bonauxa Crowd"
upon the people. On the Ist of Jnly,
1881, tbeytal v«1q» of Cou. Virginia
was f§w,fb 6. At that d»te nineteen-'
twentieths of the sleek was the prsp
erty of The ditemiee in
the veins of the stock now and* whet
Flood k Co. aol4itts t?i,6sSjloo. la
Jaoenty, Mil M» Cehtereie mine wee j
wortfivßiTzlO.OuO. la July l*u it was
worth bat $351,000 —Loss SSS,SW,OOO.
In less then six yean the shrinkage of
of the stock of these two
mines has been aimoet $160,000,000.
This shrinkage is so tnueh actual loss,
beoanse the stock is worth that much
lass Mien was paid for it. Flood 4 Co.
orsaM these values from almost noth
ing. They sold them for the differeoe*
betwssa their price in 1873 and in 1881.
And jest the difference between the
valet q| W futk when flood & Co.
•old it an& what it was in July last is
the emoont the people have lost. A
little over two yeers and a half ago
Bisrra Nevada wee worth $27,000,000
**J9P fr* xk * a This
loos of $25,000,000 Is also the loas el
the **4 the greater portion of
it the gale of the "Bonanza Crowd "
This, without detailing the hundreds of
Other'sasaber si tu.be*, will exp.ain huw
flood * Co. Wdi their money, and
why thousands and tboasao is of men
and women c*re powwd of a c tcpe-,
t.-i.ey am t<»Uy •l«>*»ifo?e and dee ;
per*t»-.
Were&d m Eastern papers of timber
lands yielding ■>**> and i—tt of
lumber to tbe acre, tbe latter figure
tieirg »bovi- tbe avenge Wbat will (
tb"»e paper* think when we teU tb»m
of tbe yield i tb» woods of Puget
Sound ' By ealin g not so closely a* in
tbe E*at —no l<>g» »L«rt-r tb«n 20 feet
cor W* than 10 inches diameter at the
small end-»e b«?e tingle acres bate,
acd tb»r> fr « wfakb 200,000 leetofj
Ui«rk';tAUe ean be obtained,
wtil*? l Vi/ioO f. i«f fr<;ca MI. acre is quite
common Forty thn*anl f»*et per
err# i», a nxA average on a
quarter section or over (.OOOjMI) feet
iroa tiie one ha;: ar.d sixty acres.
Lands yit Idhig as low as -30,<j00 feet to
tbe acre are not o»r.*idered good for
logging.
Partisan journal* Sop aronnd with
an ease perfectly aatozmhing. Tboee
that two months ago were denooneing
Vtco President Arthur as accessory to ;
the attempted amasnnation of Fre«i
dent Oarfleld have since aiobbered nil {
over bim as a sta'eimsn, a soldier, a
scholar and a gentleman. Some of them
were going to see to it tbat. in case of
Garfield's death, be di 1 not take the
oath as bis success.>r. Niw these same
generons and astute journals believe
tbat it will lie all right in either event;
'hit Arthur is as good ns any man liv
U>K. sud th A tbe natioti is to ba
congratulated on bis occupancy of the
Presidency, in the event of that occur
rence.
TELEGRAPHIC.
istnwut TO vsa iSTtujuascm.
HAMIJ*UTO» TKKKITOKT.
I'OKT Tun-KiCRu. Aug. 31.—Arrived,
barkentines K K. Uam, from Pedro;
Katis Flitfkinger, from San Kranrisoo,
Emma Augusta, from Kabuilui.
PoHT M4DIBON, Sept. I.—Arrived,
bark Tidai Wave, from Wilmiugton,
Cal.
lAtireuiA.
Ini|>r*aalv« Servlws.
BAK FKANCISOO, Aug. 30.— At the
Ilasso«Ur*ek Church, corner ef i'owull
•treat an i Montgomery avenue, hr»ou
fat and iiupr«'»»i»o service was held
yesterday afternoon, consisting of Te
Deuru and prayers for the recovery of
I're»ident Uarheld bishop Mentor of*
ficmUd. '1 here was a good attendance
of Itu»aiau aud American ottuena. lu«
Italian consul and secretary wore pres
ent iu full uniform, bat it was notice*
able that not a urgle representative of
the C. 8- military, uaval or civil ser
vice or of the State or inai.ioipal Gov
ernment were present.
HAS FRAICIKO, Aug ILL.—Arrived,
bark C O Whitroore, from Departure
Bay; ship Dashing Wave, fruiii Ta»
con in.
bailed, steamer bernard Castle, from
Depnrturo Hiy; steamer Dakota, from
I'uget Souud.
KAftis.Kn
Ntslrnrut ti> the Oortora.
WAJ»UI.nu ION, Aug. 30.— D: Ulin
said today: 1 n-ceivod a number of let
ters today commenting favorably upon
our use ot alcoholic stimulants in this
case, but the writers never having seen
the petieot, are uot (jualified to judge
as to the wisdom of the mcastras
wbioh we have taken during the recent
period of exhaustion. Any redaction
in the quantity of whiskey given was
followed promptly by warning of dan
ger in the shepe of high fever snd fluc
tuating p..lsa. It was lergt ly by stim
ulation that he wes kept up during the
worst stages of gland ulativu inflamma
tion.
Sinos the evening bulletin his pulse
has fallen again to 104. Dr Reyborn
says no importance whatever should be
attaehed to the fact meutioeed in the
6% buiiotiu that tUs gland has made
au opening spontaneously into the
mouth No pus found its way to this
opening, and ft is not likely any will,
for the rrason that it can eecape much
moro easily through the external outlet.
The opening into the mouth is about
the middle of the cheek, and in the po*
sttion in which the i atient lies most of
the time there are two or three exter
nal openings lower down that drain ail
the pna from the part of the gland
which tho month is in cemmupiantian
with. No danger whatever ci any
kind is apprehended from any feature
of glandular suppuration.
Flabtlng Outlawry.
Tomhstonk, A T, Ang 20.—N0 con
firmation of the reported ma*sacro at
Eureka. At benaon the people organ-*
izSd to stop the hunko business. J«s
tios llundel bas appointed tweuty con
stables who are backed by all oitisena.
All buuko men now in Tuoaon are at
tending the Feast of St Augustine. The
people are organizing for protection
•gainst tbt marauding eowbojs. The
country will *ooo be too hot to hold
them.
wail* YUlalne.
Dcsnxo, Ang 31.—There is reason
to believe that there were a cumber of
white men in the band of savages who
made the recent raid in whioh George
Daly was killed. This is inferred from
the language used by some ol them,
also from appreciation shown by them
for spams and bank notes.
ranaoian DOMINIUM.
Aaavrtcaaaa Wlai.
Aug 31.—1n tbe interna
tional or what natch the Americans won
by one run and eleven wick eta.
Jtovt SC OTII.
Mar* Peel*.
HAUFXX. Aug 2T,—The dory Little
Weeiere, stxteek b*t o*er all. from
London. June I 4 h, arrived. She re
ports heavy weather.
CEKTRAI AMMin.
A Pl»* I row* Llwaa.
Kio Jurstit*. A«c *1 —Tt» oily of
Urn* hm p*tiu««(4 Ojwfti— ten
sraiUtto*, with a th« to witMnnl
ot the Chileta «ray.
How S*ATTLI COAL IS HASDLZH rjr
BAS F&ASCISCO.— SO quietly have tLe
tx. tensive worn of the Oregon Improve
ment Company. at the Benie stre«-'.
wharf, fp-en pr<«ecuted, that few peo
ple even know tha there i* ar y cban»j'-
X u g on ID that section. so loag occ i
pud by tbe Mendtnno Lumber Com
pany, while tbe fact !• the work being
<ior.e is one of tbe moat important ot
any in the city. Aa eit»wi nof Benie
*tr-e« »owf, 4rt>i f«et lorg and lf>* fe~t
Wide, has b<*t oon»tructed, and an
immeaae buiiiing, VA feet long 100
wide. two (tone* high, ha* !*®o bnilt
on tbe opposite ».de ot Lb* street for
tbe storage and unloading of cowl. Tbe
< tpaeiiy ta K»,0«0 tons, which ia all
Aored in an immense bolder w tbe
second story which extends around tbe
enure building. Tbe bolder >* implied
with thirty openings, gates and sbutes
for letting oat tbe co*l to tbe wagon*
an i carts wbieh may be waiting to re
aw re it. Thirty team* may thus be
los ling at una*. Thera are thirteen ot
these sbatee projecting from tnis great
bol-i r on tbe Baaie r ireet tide, thirteen
on the weat aide and two at each and.
The arrangements for umoadieg and
tranafarnag tbe eowl Ir&m tbe ships at
(Mice suggest tbe magnituda of tbe
works and business. At tbe edge of
the wharf next to the abipa are bailt
four large improved towers and power
ful derricks, »»d grant shales a* it were
extending across tbe new wharf and
Boats street to tbe storehouse. With,
is thirty MSSIM niter n steamer arrives
tbe uelee«i»g proeees will begin and
continue with wen Jarful rapidity- The
magnitude of this work is also sug
gested and its iinportnnoe maoiifft
from the fact that tbe company has
coustructed f<mr large iron steamships
for the transportation of tbe ooel pro.
dnct frosa their mines near Seattle, W.
T. Tbe Willamette, carrying 3200
ton*; the Mississippi, earryicg 1400
tons; the Umatilla, enrrying 30OO; tbe
Waila Wall*, carrying 3000 tmi-
ClwvH*cl».
W ITKAT MABKKT.—Last Saturday
thsra was a deal ef excitement in tbe
streets of Walla Walln over tbe state of
the wheat market. Some boyeis were
bete from Portland, who started tbe
market at 59 oenta per bushel. Mr 11
P Isaacs immediately offered 60 cents
per bushel, nod tbe rest slowly follow
ed ttjit. About 200,000 bushels were
bought during the day. Towards sun
down buyers were offering less, and tbe
market closed weak. On Monday tbe
pnoe want down to ii oeets, at whiob
fifturn it recaaiaed an til Friday, when
57.14 cents was offered for cboioe lots
Our dispatch from Portland yesterday
afternoon was as follows: "Upon bet
ter advices from England tbe wheat
market here is active at 91.
The best ioformed do not expect prices
to go much higher this season."—W.
W. Union.
Applications come in by the hundred
to the • Sooiety for Aiding Young Women
to Emigrate to Canada' since Lord
Shaftesbury, who ia its chairman, ID
nounoed that tbe people there want not
merely to employ but to marry girls
from tbe mother oountry.
Sojourner Truth is living in fair
health *t Battle Creek. Michigan. Her
hair, which for years was white, is
taming dark again, and her eyesight
is improving. According to the beet
information her age it 106, though she
thinks she is older.
A Wisconsin wife's suit for divorce
dnpends upon evidence which she pro
cured by potting besh paint on the
*oi<» of her husband's boots, thereby
marking his footsteps when he ought to
have been abed at home.
» The Australasian yield of wheat for
1880-81 shows an average per acre of
9.84 bushels as against 13.29 the year
previous.
■■PBSpBmsaHSMMMMI
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
K SUNDAY EXCURSION
THE 3-nmotß
Kill leave Teeter's wharf oa BVWDAT Sept. <th.
I*7 ISS Alfafotoi. goin* at
S v» la £e womsn, as j l m tbe ttisrnoon, ult*.
larnlng the laet trip at S la the evening. Oood
masic *« be y*>rft*S, sod .Terythin* dona to
■«ke ttedeyeae of plaeenre rare for the round
trip 30c. OHM wwyWilf
■*•»» A AKUKDg.
To Settlers hi Wfiatcom County.
LAND OFFICE BUSINESS
Of every description can ha done at
j LACONNKR. W. T.
' * Piling aad saaklaa Ana] proof* en Pre*aipu*ae
MM HoSiStKPruvlag ID MMI MTlllf for
[ Hotoeetaade (filed prior w June IS, lsan* wtUi
( out reeldeoce. caiUvaooa or advert Mag; Oon-
I i vartlna fiv»aMkii ialo Hirniel «Se; ftvUou
> I op aad pay leg for VtaiSar LsnOsc Oiriae oestoa
. T *> Maka fleat proof; OOIIM-ÜBH doable
I have plats ef every towaahln
; la Whatcoai eoa tiy, and wlti «*—-»trwSan oa
•Sort aoUoa to psnleaaUaa ear Isa* here, maf
1 Sanrtsaa Sestlefe
t - *' H " ri> U " th> « «»d Miatas Psoas. The
® en "at ssiMm, ea ate hate. Any aod a>l I
Laraaa? f.
Xo Young Ladies.
ATOUWS atxrvßtur. AOK ts. worm
". W . to r "W»poud wltt a rrtoad,bteUl«enl
ledy. (Mtjee*, saaSaal Imprnvam^ot
rinors Metros,
U,w Albany, Ornjoa.
Minnesota House,
•TOIirV GRAF
roonurros,
COMMERCIAL BTBEET,
2>sia Horn ms bcc* kc«it rc».
BiaM lk(««cki>M. iMMbtn b* Mb.
'JM MW MM Mi
Board and Lodging
hrwrt
am *~ ***
LOST.
««r* • took Mi MM HMW njw U
A «»ll|Hl ■»—< wW paid tor ktiriMn.
__ . i v.iuflk.
fc»Hh, Ik Mk, law. m»W
NEW AD\TKTISEMEXTS
CIGARS
and
TOBAGC9S.
€: ■ cw ■«»«.
A arve »* ck of Caii:'jh.h
a.W S*m iurt Cisui J oat n.
• aitac) which »» pr>(«ae to
•Wl At prioa IUI drfy can-
I
IB«4 4
X fui! IlMof T'lktrrm,
Ptua. f)riruUta! a:. I Ciiar
e«V
I
Caii anJ w» uof »it<- k l>et> re
bujhw. Wat elcoiiO-lent »r
can a:ui<tv yon.
S.BAXTEH&CO
aaVMf
GRAIN BAGS
For Sale
IN QUANTITIES TO Sl'IT.
Apply »n
S. BAXTER & CO.,
au2S dAwtf Front rtreet, Seatt'e.
CHEESE.
Hatino received th« wholesale
A<r»o< J for the sale of
LONC i BIRMINGHAM S
CELEBRATED
White River Cheese,
We «re prt-par-M to furni.-h the trade at factory
price.
KEIXOGO A SNYDER,
Ooiuiulwion Merchants
Seattle, Aug, 12th, 1881. aul3-tf
L O ST.
ON YKSLER'B WHARF, AT THE BTI'.AMF.R
J. B Llbbj'i !»*»i en Mou<l*y,
August Bth, • large VaHi«e fuJl of baby clothes,
medicine*, end one dress. The peraon In posaea
sion of the valise will eoof«'r a furor by leaving
the tame at the New England Hotel, and will
there be liberally rewarded for the services ren
dered.
MRS. LEO EDWARDS.
Seattle. Aug. 23,1881. airJti-tf
"FASHION"
The Boss!
DON'T FORGET IT!
GROCERIES
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
Just received from San Francisco
PER STEAMER WILLAMETTE
[
At Greatly Reduced Kates.
Oome one, come all, and (ample the xood things
tW U»y Utaappoar. Keaclt will do UUUII up f<*
T°«- aiu't-tf
I 11.
TO AND FROM
PORT BT.AKELY,
Fare 50 Cent*,
BV BLOOPS REYNOLD?, MESA AND MARIA,
leaving UamngVu k tMiiitb a wharf daily.
* autfWm AfcTOS EOBTKOM.
HERMAN PEARCE,
Attorney-at Law,
OFVICB :
Commercial Street, Seattle
anST4I
REMOVAL.
DR. A. BERTHIER
HAr> R K M O v ET> Hl* OFPICE PROM COW
mercial street to Wlute'a Blcvk, cn Front
■treat
Office boar* from 9 to 11 a. TI , and from l to 3
and 7 to s p.m. aul«-tf
Just Received,
EX DAKOTA,
A Full Stock of
EDWIN C. BABTS
FINE SHOES,
Dttaet from Mtm York. o*ll tu l m th«m.
A. ORTH,
Front street.
iiusi neueiveu,
EX DAKOTA,
A Full Stock of
EDWIN C. BART'S
FINE SHOES,
Dtfact trom Mtm York. Call and arc th«m.
A. O
w,,T tf Front street.
' Kk
E. STILL,
taxidermist.
A alaflad attk* WMiatiM aad ilitutrii ... *
MWictkn naraataad la »rwrj raaa. Ilanar
laUoaaad «*abaafaa far m»ny y *ra I ht) oan*
JJU I pi—' l ail who Itvor me vnb
<Mna from all partaof tba Tatrttory aaHefad.
OnVia Ml at ibc «raf atara of Fraak A. Fnattaa.
• F*»l aM, will ba prr-mpt! y HwW ta.
ta tW viaduw
aalß-lauUv K. grriLL. Tui4mmi.
MISCELLANEOUS
Making Watches.
I »TKCTIY » W\T Clt (•»>».« ARK OSK OF
I luunuf ao Ui»»j w*:.he» be
!l o«;- ..■■■» b*l9| lh)l! iwl
k«t ftliu* »■«;». »i.iut »>«»*• I'J .tart to the ■*'**.
». »t. which iurt inter »r*» with the rmrjog
X >rtj of th- watch. t<. '-listing • ieariM. rap»t*>-
it, . Ac.. the ku d: itu» i-».d out. u apiutad
tow»rJ hojie>; a «>■»! can* ia the bectnntng. rxild
llare eared a IkitlNallliMVMW We here
ntwntjy m**b > ■-«»■ that rre. t» all th**e require
tneuta. i* "uvji-.: been amed ft* rn: tmrtitj >««;>
and Mill Tetua'iw i«nki. We refer to Oka "
Jas. B»si'» Patrot Sliffrtnl G«M f«*f,
Whwt hM t*<n?ae ace of the •»»} > *rtu-!ee ef tte
J< trlrj ;ra.te. ut it Aom » many ad-
Tac £ea ov. - ill otb> r watch'k. b*iu«e made of
'* heavy pfc»t. «r f eoMd jpi'.l over a putaef com
pel; n. and w.- art. la* ml! Mr rwadr-ra -o aak thrtr
Jeweler* f-r a «rtf , r c»u!<-|ft:e that Will eit'laia i
the tna *..er tc flh fh they are mtde.
1« i« the uly Pt?:»--r;ed law mad* with two plate*
of >ld, kOK'na pendente. and center eolid >Jiata.
er art. piece*. 4c.. all i f which are covered t>y lat
ter* jat>at. Thrr- f.ir* bay no cam before ctm
a Jvw« :er who keej a tl.e
Jas. Boss's Patent Stiffened Gold Cue.
That you B;ay learti the different* between it a»d
all WHUtim that claim to be r<pial! a# good.
Fur «*'<- by al! r> •jvristb!a JraMera. i>t K> tee
the warrai.t (Lata-companies eacL caae. and don't
t* p. r- iiijt-.l that my < tLer make of caaa is aa
good- antT t'm
ASK FOB
Union India Rubber Co.'s
Pure Para Cum
CRACK PROOF
Rnltber Hoots and Costs.
I
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS!
Ht SCRB THE BOOTS ARK STAMPED "CRACK
PROOF - on the heeta. and have the PCBK
<H M BPKINGS on the foot and Inatep. which
parent their cracking or breaking. They will
ia«t twice aa too* ta any other* manufactured. 1
For tale by all dealer*.
I
ALL KINDS RUBBER BELTING, PACKING,
HOj'E. SPRINGS, CLOTHINC, BOOTS
AND SHOES, ETC.
Goodyear Rubber Co.
B. H. PEASE, Jr.. U
8. M. BrBYON, f A « entt '
nan Fraiuiaco.
m. UNION M
LIVERY & FEED STMLE,
W. H. BOW Proprietor,
Commercial street,
Opposite Arlington Houae. au_'4-tf
MONEY TO LOAN
ON SATISFACTORY 8«OORITY.
Apply to
C. H. HANFORD,
aul'J-dAwlin Attorney at Law.
FURNITURE,
UPHOLSTERY,
BEDDING,
Ebonized Goods, Etc.,
BABY CARRIAGES
At Cost!
TO CLOSE OUT BTOCK,
AT
CLARKE, ANDERSON A CO.'S.
Commercial st..
au3-tf Nest to Jajjfcibfta'K aUiea.
TRUCKING ii\D DRIVING.
HVJK I NligltSltWKO, HAVING BOroBT THE
X W*n*, w:i*on» ana bHHtneiw formerly owned
by Mr Hillory Butler, are now prepared to do alt
kiml* of
LIGHT AHO HEAVY
HAULING
To Ml.I from all put* of Seattle
Th»y alao km a splendid piano trurk and on
move heavy niMlral lnt-tromwit* at Hlurt notice
All orders promptly filled.
~ * -hare of the public patronage respectfully ao.
licitnd and satisfaction (foarantetd
MINICK k THOMPSON
A. O. BENJAMIN
J8 PEFPAKED WITH SUITABLE APPLIANCE!
MOVE SATES
Raise, Lower or Move Build
ingg or other heavy bodies.
Orders left w«h Kellogg k Snyder will be
promptly a; leaded to. dlSutf
L. NEUMAN,
Practical Gunsmith.
GUNS, RIFLES AND PISTOLS
TIHPAIItHD.
New Work Made to Ordec.
COMMERCIAL STREET, SEATTLE.
BAp CUMMINC A SPECIALTY.
MEN WANTED
FOB vmt
Canadian Pacific
A TTiW AY.
BEIDQB (!ARPENTEEB,
HEWERH,
AXEMEN.
L> KILLERS mrd
LABORERS
On find ■ tapiojTarzt, T»a wotttef
feftar* per da* and tbe boat of fraah m«ata ud
*aga«»Mea furoiabad at tWeußpa for U ur weak
or Ban can board tbraMtlraa.
R* rtrifealin apj>lj t»
A H OOTO*.
F*r A Cnderdonrk * Cm.. Oecidr-aUI Botel.
°* o»x»me Afo..
All aifVlaf win ba
Friday aiming ant to TaW.
SrattJa, AM- IM, lwU. aalMf
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
TREE'\ & iitiiVi,
IMPORTERS AND MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KIN Is oF
BOOTS AND SHOES,
TTAVK IHE FINEST STOCK AND WILL OIVK YOl A lIKTTKR
A A p*Jr for tfc* mony thi ,iaj bona* In ttoettt Be!.* u il* wi* lultiittf ttt w»u
fccot *B J »btw M' 'if jftrnvr* who* <o<** they
WOODBUR\ >fc CO., MMsvbus«tN
JOHN W BDRT Jc CO.
BCRTJfcPACKARD.
HAMILTON, PRATT A CO, New Y.,rk
T .t A S KALISKE.
WATERBCRV d SONS.
.31 TTER New Jersey.
W> fttorirrr * fall Hot of FIXI'IXGS. imhfcjii* SoU and I'j-p* C*llfott... Phr.adtt.
m«ch Kip Otit «h.l KtO. !uk-, Tfcr>«J. T»ol*. Jt. .. *.• .V, »11 L f wh\h*tll b Z-il f |„,
iiit mk
rKKX cV K >IO\ I>.
FRANK A. PONTIUS,
Druggist and Apothecary,
DEALER IX
Pure and Fresh Drugs, Chemicals, <tc.
Tollot and. Fancy Articles,
Forfumeß aud Cosinotios,
Agent for Hendricks'* Elastic Pad Truss.
yck* WINK* A .NO UQI Uk» FOB MKB!CtS*L Mlklt .-fits
PW ' Cr,!, " on " * All
TV nt <tr>«i. ar*r th. foot iif Ct<>rrv tV*f-K
OREGON RAILWAY
AND
NAVIGATION' COMPANY.
PUGET SOUND LINE.
STEAMER SCHEDULE:
From Tic ma to Seattle every da 5 (except Srnid**)
•14 p.m.
Trow Hwlllt to Tmom every Sunday si <S p xa.
Trom Pestfle to Tscoma on Tuesday. Wednesday,
Thursday. Friday and S-Uurdev at a ui., and
•vary day l except Sunday, at j p.m.
Trom Seattl* to Victoria. B. C.. a >d wsv port*, on
Tuesday , Thais ay and Saturday at 3 a.n
From Seattle to Port To* n»en<l and wa» porta cm
Monday. Wednesday and Friday at 7 a.m.
From Victoria, B. 0.. lo Tacoma acd way porta on
Monday, Wednesday and Friday at Sa.ta.
From Port Townsend to Ticorna and way porta
•very day (except .'♦onday) at 9 a.m.
C. K. CLANCY,
JeT-d&wtf A^eat.
pj:
This Truss Is hi every way differed trom any
u»*d, having an Elastic Pad which 1* a bare Bs
tainer—soft aa the flesh, but never heating. It la
not Ilka lb* Elastic Band Traw which Modi most
where sot oeedod. nor hke tha Boop Truss, so apt
to caafs and injure the spine and pelvic bones It
1* la construction and i-aalty adjusted to
any case of ruptare. whether (-light or severe.
P. A. PONTIUS Agent,
m2A-tf To Whom address all orders.
A CARD.
*•' - • s - t > *,
uwmi con\ & co.,
seaman to mis wm *mi '
Saa TkiMiaM, t»r On-goa, Uiho aid Wanhtugtoß
Territory,
BW> TO ASrXOCKCT: TO TRAPFBK BCTrH
•*, riMrtt, Ml too poWle geofmry, that
*>*7 b*" B e*4M>U*fead m elite* Md etarebotue
On V«*i«r's Wharf. Seattle.
*»•' *«*bt to* been i nartrootf,| to p*y tbe
highect Bi&rkat price lot
HIDES, FUHS, WOOL
AXD TALLOW.
All who have Umm article* for tor. ant will Bad
M to thefr advante#«> to call at the above *Jdiv*a
! before dl*poel»g of them elaewli're.
! J**4f OHAB. BB \BH. Agent.
Auction Notice.
I AH PREPARED TC SILL AT ACCTIOH AXTt
goodn or ware* left with me fer that parpoee.
Aajr basii jee mtnutad to mm will be prompt y
attended to. and aatiyf ctton guar»::te. d. Irroje
lb—on able.
Public patronage aolMtod.
_ Ooed»traay rted to place of aale, on Occidental
OMtii m»j be left for rae at tb* it ore cf Plu*-
Mfßro*.
W. E BEDNK.
Seattle. Jum Sd. Itei. jeJUf
IF YOU WISH TO
Boy or Sell
REAL ESTATE,
7
Do not fall to call
smr DOOR TO THE wromcz,
fhtrt jrtß will flad DfiirtUt Bargain.
R. scorn •
RoUrjr and Coseeyaoeer.
Lo*n*a»anM»r>il. Hooaeaßecjted.Aß. ul3-t
NOTICE.
-
2?rf? and aattle at
y, ?* ®* to }*"'l «Nt Ml* will i
gwrrt Trf, «f the XJmkm (vvoperwte* More
•a Proat M***t. t* *attMrtA*>l toc«Ueet Mi NeeiDt
ft* ail Mil* «w*tb* lata arm of
anK-dAwlB H. Me ALI KB k 00.
THI3
HUTCHINSON & MANN
AGUNOT.
L. S. McLORE
Insurance Agent
SEATTLE, W. T.
FIRE AND MARINE,
LIFE AND ACCIDENT,
LIVESTOCK
Insurance Uaoed in reliable and responsible com.
pan:** rrprewecting
$84,359,603.62.
Bsing the l«nr««t amount of assets represented b
any agency on the I'atiuc Coast.
HE3IEMKIKK
; ix 011 Front Kt.
Sp7-tf
I SEATTLE RESTAURANT,
DANIEL PfIEFFEH, I'koI'BIETOR.
31calw nt ull I loiii'M
Served in the best manner and ac uto give un
qualified satisfaction.
No Chinese are employed in this restaurant.
Mill Street,
Poor doors went of the Postofllce. Jidtf
L. ANDERSON,
PKALER in
PHintH, OiU Ac VnruioihoN
!
I MEXEI> PAIKTS ef all Unds.
BUBBftS ft ATMt IX P AINT always Mfesad.
f Odors and Artiat'a Tor's, (■ as* and Putty. Pure
Botled and Saw I 1:1 see 1 Oil, and a largo
sssortment of
WILL MO DECORATIVE P&PER.
Qanulne Atlantic and Pioneer White LuaU
Noti.e and bijgi KaieoiuiniuganU Paptjr
■angit4*:. A;'wl Sonata »sa<taf» ory meaner
NCTie Suf ths pirest material used.
Orders from abroad solicited. All kind* of Qraia-
Mg AMi», SMt i*shous t, tvsn is draining.
InramiUnii given In Mixing PaleU. P. O. Boi
No. J» mtnts-tf
JACOB LEVY,
TAILOBINO. CLEANING AND
REPAIBINQ.
CASH PAID FOB
SECOND-HAND CLOTHING
BLANKETS
Watches and Jewel* y.
flowiarctel Street, between Washington and
Main, Seattle, W. T.
rnmtt
HOW TO CURE
CONSUMPTION, COUGHS,
COLDS* AdTHMA, CROUP
All WletSM of the Throat, Lung*
and Pulmonary Organs.
USE AOOOKDOIO TO DIAECTIOBS
ALLEN'B LUNG BALSAM.
SMC

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