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Washington Iron Works Co., Foundry, Machine and Boiler Shops, Oor. Second, Jackson and Third sta, Seattle 9. TMC. VIPUTBTBL. m%xr^X HARRINGTON ft SMITH, IMPOBT&U AMU TUHMttI BUtIM, Ha*e aw OB band tin krgaet aad bast eelacted etoek «w brought to Paget Soaad. Groceries, Provisions, Hardware Inn, Steel, Cordage and Ship Chandlery, Floor, Peed, Hay and Qnis, Boot* and Shoee, Crockery and Glaaaware, Paint* and Oil#, and all bad* of Staple and Fancy Groceries; AM*. LIBS, BUCK, nuttt *» Agent* lor Fiah Broe. A Co'« celebrated Wagoaa, aad tke Impe rial, Northern Queen aad London Inanraace Company; Cental, ♦36,000,00 ft HARRINGTON A SMITH. Commercial (treat, Seattle, W. T. "T® SCHRAM, aP®9B Stoves, Ranges Moat oompt«t« line •* Hootl*® Stovoo on tho Sound. Oommaroial atraat, Soattle. myl WA. CU.OM« MS C*»«» CHINA TEA STORE. General Insurance Agency, TAYLOR & BURNS, Agents. . FIRE, MARINE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE. Butler Building. Jamea Street yXjUCfIK W.WTTgNJM TEE FOLLOW INO FIKST-CLASS AMKMin^w Lir*»poot. Loodoo * (Mote «a»5Su! Osbmmwotal Union U^u,,uuo California 1,010,0)0 Uatoa Fit* u4 KiHm of Mew Uud M4.iw JkMi mt Hartford . Sitiuuoo WeatobaaUr, New York IStiCS Oirard. nuMMpkte 1.5 M.OOO StSS rmna'i, Newark .. lAto,uoo " OIUMM, MMMTI (9H.000 Nr« Z-Kiuid &,t»i JUO ■». Paul Fire Mid Marta* IJU.OOO Agricultural, N*w York M«S,OUO HaaUUfc Union twl National ff.TlflW Hut* Uvmumoi •OU,UU> HMBbnrK. HMWW WS4.OOU Ku«itii. No» fork 10U.OJO Ot«uiwtol, Nn twk *,177,006 MMmgtiM rtaM (HM Onmu;. LM.UOO *u fin Offl*. London. IN )«ui to bwtfMN, Ik* OIM oompaar la Ike worldj oa d*- . poH la tfce UaiKd MM l,7ir 000 Tr*♦»(»•«' Life Mid iMKlwi MWjOOO rnrrnmm pot* iimwminm*!* mm*. j a_ General Insurance Agency or THOS. R. PUMPHREY & CO. OOHM£KCIAL STREET. MATTE,!:, TP. PWnix, of London unu . H.419.1M 00 N*i}ott«i, of IrtUoa. eapiui paid up *,000.000 00 Aaek>*W«TfcU, of Saa ¥r%acueo, capital p*><] up .. 2,000,000 00 of Toronto, unU qq Horn* Mutual, cf 84a ,>• Waahioftoa Life, of Now fork. a— 1,000,000 00 " Rn • fcLttlHL VMffBB -, Y ffifSli. MBBKEHUUMfIKWJR* ANEWERA." THE BENEFITS OF THE Grape Cure m AMERICA. BAL-MUBCATELLE, The .iratißtiil aaMa a» un«*l.f OftialHlitMß Pro duct from Ktan'i UlMlßitite|W<- 1 pipiiii ii m i pieced be **£*%( wcataUaTfe SaMrea owa prodact; it aoppiis* to the weary DIM the weal at aoaad, rip# pumilWJ;* kaa*e TUM TOP 10 or TBI DAT, SIC* HEADACHE MO _ DYSPEPSIA CURL a»UtTMMI«n« I* tee teljwrtrtT' of UmU* m. INO: for all accident*! todigearton via lag beat haety wato «*"■—« iaa n? tulmrin 1 . ■ii'ilg. rAieaaa Mi) prtoKly bast, rheumatic and sssstHr ¥ssww LONDON SAJL-MUBCATBLL® 00. LOSTDOK, ENOLAMD. Wteft w^yparv WtaStor circular. W Q.^KVAIfO- P. O. an na New York dty. MeatiOß this paper. For imlc bj A. B Srtwutr. ivttie. w. T. jaiMwty BftlCk! BRjOl! BUCK! SAVING fOBCGUMBD A MOKT ■MMtnkllai of brick, aad be -oon of tonting than to to moon mom*. I will eell tkaaa to iaraeer ateaU lou cheaper thaa anr mm eiae. H. CIHILBKRG, ap> Proper, 81» rrowt atreet. SIOOO JBWIBB. DT ORDER or THE COMMISSION- D *r» o/ King ooaaqr, W. T, I herebj offer tiuuo reward far the arrest and com notion of the person. who. on the BU> d« of February, murdered J. Manning Col man ana WQtar Pattea, M Laka Wa*k- Lofton, tn said oouqit. J. H koOKAW. Sheriff. SIOOO REWARD I WILL PAT THE ABOVE lUC WARD tor tk* arraat and ooorlotlou of the mnoaa Implicated la the murder of John (Iram, at (ireeo river,«n Iks 11a* of tk* J. 11. MoQRAW. apgdw Bharlff of King ooonty. BAM KB AND BANKERS. THE MERCHANTS NATIONAL B^jests: Truutu fieaertl laikiig Boiiieu. ACCOUNTS kept rettfect to aback. SELLS KXCHANUE eaSaa Frandaee aad M tm Tatfc. MAKES COLLECTIONS ok farorabk LETTERS Of CREDIT taaoed, aralla- Bta ta Carope and tk* r««im statea, SAFE DEPOSIT COMPANY OF SEATTLE, W. T. rnHIB COMPANY RECEIVES PAR UT lmuß «| Manor placed a— y from enrlaatty. tkat tk* abaolot* «*untj and tcreat ooaraat—o* It dan Bar be Mill bm»* widely known. Eatrance am Front etraet. tkraagh Mar akaaf Nattoaal Eaak. aplT HL* JRdflL JEO FIBST NATIONAL BIN! OF HKATTLE. SttttU, Wsehtogton Territory. Piid-ip MM, SISO 000 •EO. «. HARRIS, V. I. WABLEIfiH, *l* YOtiK Tk. i»g*yw mIM BAS VICTORIA !£r V , Q* sum HOETOH ft 08., BANKERS BZATTLI, W. T. flSSlsi ■«»■ —d tni nil trn—ll PICK Sound Itftonil link it Ifttttlfl. Occidental Block. R«g-*gP_«"L.wgPß» AW> HSLsBesIBS gSpSStt OfeMMMVtO inft, 'ffMsrfna aad aspacss T>a«wtialiHteate» Oattt we Mood beatde Ua hearae? A jiaaL*.'* a >M«iBW. T <e let tea aaaaaaia* hetta te ta—. TO^«aaer*w^a*falde half way, Thaa M aa raw abeaa Ua Uer Ttoaatewfaalaa party tee. iai wcw>d aa Mce a Uvtee ear With aaete teal tea Imtm. If Om tree* grew, ao did belnr, aad tee developed aometraila onknowa to tea recetable kingdom, anhea. in deed, tkey (prang .from that tempt lnc apple oor poor grandma tested in tee kiet Paradlae. Is aeeraed to SaUy adreadfol thing to paniah her tiea swe tor aovtbiDg; tee idea of tear* in tboae lorelj eyea, and quivering »o be from thoee red iipa, waa unen durable. Mademoiselle bad bar own way, and bade fair to beooma a nni (anceinteeboaae. Tota came borne one day and fonndberacreamingand kicking ea tee floor, and felly (tend iag by her with a woeful face. "Wbal'a the matter here? n he in quired. "Ob, Tom! she taw tea new earr ing knife ia tee drawer, aad it ia so bright aba wanted it to play with, and I can't let her have it, can If Tom's face darkened; lie bad long had hie doubts about baby's misman agement, bat be hated to but Sally so mock that be kept patting off what he felt to be a thankless and disagreeable duty. Bat be had beea well brought up himself, and looked back oa the rig id discipline of his childhood as the source of all the strength and up rightness of his character. And now things had come to aa open issue; bis child must be governed, however Holly objected; it was his duty, lie picked the child up from the floor, screaming and kicking mora vigor ously thaa ever. "Margy," he said Sternly, "stop; don't cry anymore!" It was useless; Margy sew mind ed her mother in the two conscious years of hsr life, and bar father had never before seen her in such a rage. She did not stop at all, bat roared the louder. Her father looked hai in the eye. "Margy." be said, "stop, or papa will slap you." "Ob, Tom! Tom!" cried Sally, "don't whip her; oh, don't; ahe'll be good pretty soon; she's never been slapped." "80 I see." said Tom. "Sally, this child Is spoiled; it is my duty to her and to my Ood to bring her up is the child of Christian parents should be reared. Will you go into the other room, my dear, if this Is going to hurt yon. There was aa authority in Tom's voice Sally had never heard before, and it frightened as well as angered her. She had thought of her mar riage vows of honor and obedience as mere vague forms; never before bad her will and Tom's come into di rect ccnflict. She was ready to defy bim; her face blazed, but Tom's look was not to be withstood; be was mas ter and she must yield. With rebel lion in her heart, quite as vehement, if not outspoken, as Margy's, she went out of the room and oat of the house, and sat down on the shed steps, with her hands over her ears. Tom picked up the screaming child, turn ed her over his knee, and, after the good old fashion, proceeded to "re verse the magnetic current," as mod ern esthetics call that form of casti gatiou. • Margy was more astonished than hurt; the surprise and the sting re called her to herself; she stopped cry ing and when Sally came back the child's arms were round her father's neck; the tears stood in Tom's eyes, and the baby voice cried, "Me dood baby, mamma!" After tea waa over, and the little girl asleep, Tom said : "You were angry with me today, Sally, and you haven't got over It quite, yet." Tears welled up into Sally's eyes, and choked her voice: she could not answer. "Let's have It oat, dear," uid Tom, tenderly; "we thai I bo in feel better than to hare a silent sulking. Do yo« want Marry te grow up nek a girl as Delia Mix?" "Oh, Tom! bat I don't see how yon could alap her." "What would you hare me do, Sally r "Oh nothing; ihe'i such > baby! I'd let her alone till ahe i* old enough to underatand that ahe ought to mind. Why, ahe'a only three; wait till ahe'a tea.'* "And by that time habits of dis obedience and giving way to temper will be fixed upon her, Sally, and the struggle made dreadful for both of us." "I guess you are right. Torn,"she said with a wistful look that went to Tom's heart; "but oh!" the went on, "I do wish you would do all the gov erning. Tm afraid Xargy wont love me if I slap her, Tom." "Didst you see her arms around my neck after I had punished her? She put them there or her own ac cord. If rou punish her calmly, and make bar feel that you hate to do it but must aha will ead by being sorry for yoa instead of angry. I shall asvar forget what my little cousin said once to her aunt:— " 'Nu, I daks yoo dorern me bet ter'n anybody.'" " 'Why, dew?" " asked the aunt. M 1 Vmam yim' se ao d'rdfnl, rt'edful gentle with m, ao' you feel ao bed boat panlafala' me, that I flake la my own mind—though I doesn't by any mean* tell yon »o —that I aebber, aebber ('all do so adain; but when ratty cornea loaf aa' sari: "Yoo bad, awfol, naughty dlrl, aa' slaps as' shakes me, f dit jast aa mad. aa' flake I'll do it again, eooa aa I pos sibiy tan.'" "Ttere's the whole theory of jor ernmeat in the mind of the governed, Sally, and it la pretty mock ao." A Um Am Im.rErrui Fa*- rx.T.—A. certain diatingaiahed Uaitad States Senator oa MM occaaiaa was ia Calcutta oa a tow arouad the world, and among the places Ttaited wae the Bagheh cemeleiy There were many noted Eogtishmen boned there, aad such aamas mi George Oordoa, Bart., Henry Tiwreiyaa, Ban., ware ao numeroa* aa to at tract the Senator'* alt action. FVo aUyhaaaid: "My. my; thts Bart family he a large aad ia AneaiiaJ same la London, but I had ao Idea they ware soch prominent people. Reallv. when 1 go beck to England I mart look Lhasa op aad get better acquainted.—Washingvae Critic. tfcJfiaMateea* s!m saJartlS ~,n FLGC Br—Market aaafcagd, prieae pOa j OB sKrJSfIKssS at * eenta par dona. BUmSß—Groeera «aate baiter a* Si |*H*) for bnOen. CREEAE—White Btvar, whoteealatl MBta, retail, 30 flfMAl BM DOQEkd. ia taholaaaM bete at 7 awte *ar poind iiiiaii. aad *§4H eaat* on foot; mattoa, 6 oaata driatta. aad $2 Jo@B aaah aa toot; pete. 6* ceota dreaaad, aad K33K oaata oa teat; real, » oaata draaaad, and 6 oenta oa feet. PEOVBIOSS-We quote Eaeters •ocar-eurad heme at lttglS aaata par poood; Kaatan teaakfaat baoon, 1*314 aaata; Orewoa tweakfaat baaon. 10@lrH •eat*, Q|^dwy,liH.a!ttaaat^ oaata; oeraed pork, 10 eenta par poaad. V KG K TA B L ES—Betaii prtoea an aa foilawe: OeaitAowaia, 75 aaata par daa EHSirSrHi3 aqaate, S aaata par poand; ntaaaon, 15 oaata par doaea; aamta, > aaata par racrm- ream. 10 oaata; paaebaa, 13H aaata; appiaa, £o@7s oeata par box; piama,s oaata; teutatt, 6 aaata per poand; oraaeaa, 50 oenta par doaea ; tetaoaa, aaata ; paaaaaa, S6@so oenta par doaaa; pine apples, 50@75 aa^<mp^»^oaa^M*T l barriaa, 30 eenta per gallon. Poartaan, tag. atr—Wheat Valley, *l.l7)<il3H} Walla Walla, fI.XSX® Fjoor Btaadard brands, *3.75(33 85; eoentry branda, $3(33.50. Feed-Oil aake meal, $82.60; ehop, s2S@3t; ahorta,sl*3l6; «ronnd barley. sas: bran. sl4tifl& Potatoea tjaoia at $1(91.10 per aaek; awaet, S oaata per poand. Kane—lß eente par doaan. Obeaee—Oregon, 8@» eenta; Oalifor ate. 8(39 eenta; Kaatara, B(#9 eenta. Hay—Cboioe new, s9@lo; fair old, Hope—Quiet. Quote new crop ; O re gee. man oeata; Waahington Territo ry, 20@» oeata. Oate—Qoote at 88@41 eenta for No. 1 feed. Onions—ll.l'} per eeatal Batter—Fancy roll, 20@22X gents per pouad; (tore, 1»«15 cents; piekled, 18 ouill. Poultry—Chickens, quote $2(43 as to quality; docks, s3@4; «mi. tor asfotlceiK Dry,UX@ 15X cents; light salted, SX@7 eeuti; heavy do, 7@B eents; dry kip and oalf, 1C cents; salt kip, 6@B eents; salt ealf, B@lo eents; salt veal, 8 easts; val ley deer skins, cents for winter and summer; Kastern Oregon, eents for winter and summer; sheep skins. firstname.lastname@example.org for short and long woof; elk hides, 14 eents; beaver. |IJO@2J»; boar skins, fl.ftk<rt; tallow, B<£SX coats for common and eents foe choio*. Wool—Eastern Oregon, fail dip, 18(8 14 eents; spring elip, 18(320 eents; val ley, spring elip, 18@22 oeuts; lambs and fell dip, 14(816 eents. ■oa Franetseo. 8a» Fniaoisco, Aug. Oate— Be oeipU are not large bat the market ap pears no better; Oregon nominally |L2S§I Ni Cioeed very weak; Oregon aoid at sl-22Jv Bag»—The market eontinnee weak and Miw an agalnat sellers; ootaida lots offering at osnts. Wool—Qaist; demand small and of ferings moderate; quotations nominal and ratber in buyer's favor. Potatoee-Fair demand and market stead;; receipts light; quote flfit.lO. MilMnff—Bteadv; bran, $16(316; middlings, •16017. Hope—lnactive and undertone easier; Eastern advioea not an sneoaraging for high pricea. Wheat—Weak aad ton cheaper; the export demand is not en prmstnft aad offenses an larger. No. 1 shipping, SI Jft. Options in ooosideruble harinsm at 'ower prieee; bnyer eeeeon, muii uniMfc [St Louis Globe-Democrat] In connection with the subject of funerals, I would like to make a sug gestion to all who, through a sad ae oeeaity, may become interested. It is the custom, of course, where death occurs in a family to send at once for an undertaker. If there be no male relative to make a buaineaa of the matter, the suggestion of the undertaker are liaiened to aad as sented to by the widow and the or phan. The subject of the coet grates so harshly upon the ear of the afflic ted ones that coat aad prieee are not much talked over, but left to the judgment of the undertaker. The undertaker, however kind and sym pathetic, knows but little of the fi nancial affairs of the family, and his thoughts running naturally in the business line of getting up a nice fun eral, he selects and brings np a rath er expensive coffin or sarcophagus— probably one that coats sixty or eigh ty dollars Its price scares the fam ily. bat it has been "ordered," and "is there, aad can't be helped." And the straitened family finds that the payment of it, together with all the other expenses incident to sickness and death, becomes as great a weight upon their hearts as is the earth upon the form of their dear one in hia Eive. This is no fancy picture, t let it he understood that there an in every uadertakiag establish ment in this city not only those mod ern abominations called "c.aaketa," made of i-on, but also "rosewood" coffins, light ia weight and very beau tifal, for prices from seventeen to thirty dollar*. My suggestion is, to all families, that whan iieath enters among them, they—at any cost of fe«Ung—make the expenses of the burial a personal aad business mat ter, aad thas avoid sorrow upon sor row. JTm &omt Ctdtr at Hoana k Mn. _ sal uSJl'SSA.'— p^f l - For Sale. gBptRESSm ■— ■ . ■■— 1 " -' •* - William EL Y«derbi!t h*d » big www fc» abort How tfteruoeu, fcUie n» enjoying * smoke is the emptor* office. "Tber* isn't much ten In haviag mwple believe yoa vary rich," Mid Mr. V underbill. -I'm williag 10 Ukeyoar word far It" mjd the c&Dtaia. "Now, do you know what haa bee. the great trouble of mj life?" wat on the aullioDaire. , The captaia ceafaased that he had never tt— *"* that tkere was any "great sorrow" thereat all. "Well then to." insisted the rail way magnate. "There to—a great trouble IMM bothered nad worried to death by peopki who wvnt to make ate rich. They seem to think I want all the money on the eartk and they all have schemes to help me get it. That to tbe great sorrow of my life. I don't dare to tars to thto aide or to that bat tome man to offering to take me into partnership nod make me another million or two. It's very tiresome— very tireaome," and the Havana went back to ltpa that parsed contemplatively aa whlfls of the smoke floated through the cap tains cabin wiadow. "When a maa makes 1500,000," said Mr. VanderbUt on another oc casion, not long before he died, "he ought to be contented and settle down to enjoy himself. That amoant will give him ail the pleasures that a hundred times aa much could bring, and just aa sura aa ha gets mora than that amount he will find, instead of getting aay pleasure at all, ha has to devote all his time aad his energy to trying to protect hlaseelf. To own more than $500,000 will make aay man a slave." MItiUKULAMBOUH *AKIM c POWDER Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A marvel of parity,strength and wtiolseemaaass Mere eeonomtau than the ordinary hinds and cannot bo eold la oempotltton with the multitude e< low test, short weight, alum or phoephate powders. Sold oaly in cans. Royal Baking Powbrh Co, Id Wail stress. New Torfc. jyUdw D. E. DIIKIE, sun, rum and raw ■uu, IBANS * Hennem, MY, and all kinds «t Produce. SoUcitß ooßWDondsnoi, P. O. boot BBX Taster's wSgaeawia. W. T. EDUCATIONAL. KINDERGARTEN. MISS QRACK THORNDYKK, A graduate of.the California Kinder garten tratniaft school, announces that she wUI reowi the Kladergartaa former ly presided over br Miss Aiwtna Foedisoh at the corner of Third and Pino streets, en Mooday. Ang. 3D. _ ang FMmpeoL. MISS JINNII KPLKR AN nounoee to her friends and patrons that she will reopen her private school for girls aad beys, for the fall and winter term, on ■•■• AT, SEPT. I, At the Yeeler College building, oa Second street, near Spring. Biatds. auMtd Me Tridt Seiiiarj, & Boudiai tad Biy Iclwi fcr Girls. The Bight Rsr. Bishop Paddock. D. D.. rector iad noider. 950,000 Endowment Christmas TUBS kafts* Kept. I, THE BEST INSTRUCTION IS QI YEN tn English. German, ach, Latin. Music, Drawing and Painting. Papua are taken at all ages and at any Haas, bis impsffaat however, te enter aarly lathe term. The design at the scheot Is te furnish a siessaat Christian heme wben girla eaa receive thorough ayatematie inatructloa, combined with culture aad refinement. fur catalogue aad partioulara addrass the PnncisS. MR* LEMUEL H. WELLS. JyMtm Tsesesa.Wssh.Ter. WASHINGTON COLLEGE. TACfIMA, W> T. Boarding and Day School far Bovs and Young Man. RL Rev. BUhep Paddock. D. D„ Rector CHRISTMAS TERM BEOINS SEPT. ÜboroqgUy* Tk ht'^ U Lan3SnSSat sad modern I "EglUh toomjmaftion, the JyMdeodßwtd Principal. TIB UNFBISOT OF WASHINGTON TERRITORY, LOCATED AT BSATTLB, W. T., CUSSICtt, SOBTIFIC. kOHJU. uo BUSINESS pntmmlmm wdF'fe SSI Noaaux uTu«!n oflbred w^g!3ss t *!iw>ir*"**" ftasjt .ipMi.se af HA In SSSSSsEs?^ Consumers Beware! J B PACE TOBACCOS The Genuine baa the IXTLL N AMB, J. B. PACB, ON THX TIN TAQC Dost be tatlnL Tn arc i»poeed ■pan tf the taittala < •W m Am m m the. Tin Ta*.! Umrntm JOHN KHNWBY Shoes Seattle. W.T. SIATTLK HOILKB WORKS TaaWa Wkirt, feet t Mill street. inula. fiBOBOB BBI.LT, FitflMtar. ■rjonJtßa built or all bbscjup; ID tlona. Teaks, sheet iron work ana raoalrina done at shan netlow. M NQTioa rpo THB STOCKHOLDERS or THB I Washington improvement Company: lon are urgently requested to attend an adjoura. J . meeting of the stockholders, to be .held at the office of Geo. Kinnear. on Saturday, Aug. Sal, at t p. m., as builnt* of lmportanoe, relating to the Sling o' supple mental articles, will oeme before It aaSM a r. H. tkG.xjU, Bec>. P. J. FRANCIS. ~ pioneer" jobber WILL DO ALL KINDS OF HOUBK If Cleaning, Carpet Cleaalne end SooaringTvvutawaaniag, Kalaotalning and OenenJ Jobbing. at reaaonahla rat as. Work promptly attended to. Lwresrdenat A. P. Kreeman's shoe shop, as Colombia street, or at bootblack stand. Yester Leery building. myt »«J»»KT Telephone Teleera;! Compai; Cor. Bw«ai ut CVerrj «t».. Seattle. PSTIMATBB FUHNIBHKI> FOR Ci Klectrtoal work. Wire, Bella Batte rita ud Electrical of ill Uatto (or «•!«. mj4 I. O. o. T, UEATTLE LODGE No. 1 L O. G. T„ meet* awj Meadaj nlaht la Beil'» HaUL an TNat MraeC next toßelrt Hotel. dialJT Invited.**** 10 B<Al ' W. B. JOKES. W. C. T. J. W. Btxar. R. a O. O. HHORKT4CO., CNDUTIEIBI. Motallla, wood, and ototh-oorared Caakcta aad Coffins, Kobee, Gloves aad -5V617 tiling reqaldte far Pn nereis All rradee of k<kxU, from tha cheapest u Out bast, ordered to telegraph prompt!} lUedTOotanan'i aaotTVroat st. JL HidE^ W. T. PILLMAN. Kmkxps IN STOCK AX (ll ■ Bant lot of Metal io, Woid aad Cloth Covered Caskets aad CoOas; aUo How*. Gloves aad everything 1a that line. Embalming bodlea far tUpnot a specialty. Elegant Haaraa. Prompt attention la talegtaph ardors. Telephone Na • Placet pa-lon la Weohington Te-r'r TO TBE UNFORTUNATE ML «IIMII M»pa»«M7 Wo.M Uahed u> ISM, IN flniDnn A. iiwibmi » fiat I Bamla* ■ M Sua! all' Ma loam, mziAii wiiKy. ■ .»d i,„„^ The ana aau nstfsß to call »a him. ThaDeatwbaa visited the hospitals *1 ■arspe awl nbtolaed a great deal W valaahfe laformatUa ehka he b eumpefaal to Imparl w taw. Jxi as—t 1 hi. service., JjiKQntioii hnou eand mTmm. OaU or wrtte.'Tui oomßßatcattoa* arietlj oonMitlil. In< tea dollars kr a wrttji or Mdlctne. t< drew DH. i r lilHßO*. Box IM.Bae hit i - MdMk ss. M." ~ - STKAMXR TRAVBL Kit. C. * P. S. R. R. TMS TABfttl nn^SLnSLTiSS!^ i*d ißtermedlsle slstioee daily uu*ul W.l# a. *u aadl p.m. RataratßK arrlre u ri—tll« fna <£k.» ggpjf»S: HS PMCT SOUND SHORE RIHJOAB jumiuit iHßrsrcgT ?s mm .. 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PORTi ORCHARD IN WSHIKTM, 3S^&ssS7trti OOlby, Mitchell's I^'teSV<&S sSiiire.'SSssMSß n± arrtTUM at.Haattls Port Siateii ut Seitflt THB FABBd9tK n^nt CAPTAIN Huworr WUI iaare Seattle tor Port BUksiy «, itjtlSi>LiXU a. aad retaraal tawmaaMaa heart M« WASMINCTON STEAMIOAT TRAJISPOBTATIMII Carrying the U. t. Mall. Tteoni, St attic 4 Part Ttimtai bm ON* or TH« W. &<. a^^/ fvt will ion aailj N»« ■ ». .wis a«al ■ :■ vnacad. leering Taeoma «poa urim of train aad touching at BeaufE Madison. HlrtUunble, l«on LudtoeX 1 ort Town-end. leaf* Pw» Towtisaad every day ioxo.pt Saatelaii oeioca p. m. * SEATTLi-WMATCQM BW7I Th. *uw W K If KKWO MB SEATTLE-SRACrrnVEI IMTi 1 hejiteaiaer »AlbY «0 taanhatti* sz toudMw JatEVANOEL J. W. TAKTK, Mum. Will leer* Tatars whert tfaatlie, warj Maadar morafag, at I o'atoafc, far fci a M «. »»J ~llivWnrff, TiS IH >mWM| Ml Tha Ktaagel antra at Tuawavat twattlfc wwl titer hot return trip to beau.* For £rem« or >aM«l eppi» » «00. UteTKM.—*.«rcahoard. PACIFIC COAST STEAMSHIP CO. ncniii m resn Men wn 9 a. m_ oa theiaUowtad <U»» auira-iNMi u aad n. ■•aad M, Make* iaadW. «tiu mw Til ru»K-MM HW. «, H. —«♦ I. M aad «■ *» VICTOIIA. t.fr. WIT Twayw B£ATTL£ TACOMAITUU ■Eiu a tac. t. Ml M. t. 1* aad » mr rat ntuac-d» **• ar M la, ti. *et iead M. ■i I WILIS' UK SUHBM j(»ewSS" R K. HOWABO. WIE. traa data.oarr7 the OaS» mall as Hood. Uaaal. aaetW aiyty ""MMad^^Sf^ft^jfi trfadgto. MTrirla^ «* ffl vkuftt h o'cto^ K^L^Es^jl