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tf tbi Qiiaate u< Umrm tt Um
erttt Strtkvnl
The BMakaa Idea* Wbleb Pweall Irw
jUaeac WaO iadMed raayia af the
Ktot "i *'"ll* ' Tenitaiy
aa Catewa laad.
■aw 11» tbwai»f aa *lnnwi aad
The TnM*ry a* to toU» to.
laiftalM >nu»a
II !■ tadaad aa UJ-dadaad aad ofiaa
r 'y ti*—d Uim. geauea
tjrely reaaat parted, am aaanaalaf dto
toaaa if for no other raaaoa, lb* aaaaa
baa baaa aacoaly aad iadiacrtntaatoly
wWbJadfato taldMray tor
STlffSw* Saaad waa
looked apaa aa a wild aad bnardoaa
MpJoratloT into a iaad Daataj
T** nr
waa etill a nuplar paatiaaa. aad wia
. „ n( s Ir 4 watsa rapnaaalad ibe
eaiattot aad artatoantla babitatioaa of
tbeaooatry.
Of eoaraa tbaaa dim*-anaal piataraa
af tbe Territory bavr, lo a great e*Uat.
me eat af data. The oooraa of ee»-
nlra ha* takes it* way Waetward with
asab pfodlawea aeraa - tofta • boot
alrtdaa that tbaaa otd-ume aottaaa a* to
toe ooaditioa of tba eoaatry aaeld not
loaa ramain axtaai. The faat that tba
Territory ia tUmttUm tat the rtahte
af Matabaad, baa lad aaaoy to the aoa
aloaiaa that there aaaal ha aoaMthiac
waal of the Koefctea; and yel it ia India
batahia that aa otioioo prarada 4011 a
axtonairaly oa tba Altaatie aaa board
that Watoimrton it aaaa BO* little bat
tar than a bowline wiideraeaa, a ra«teo
where aoaaforta aad oiyUlaiM tnHoenoea
an aoanty aad the of Ufa.
i| aad trade ta the arodaat
H iw abruptly aad ate tbeae
■liaiiaaaiilliian aad illaaioaa ahatlered
aad dlepallad apoa esterlaa tola laad
af aeeeeppoeed rlratnity. The triTalar
baa bardlyooaaad lb* Itaa before ha ia
sabered iatothet lhriria« yonn* ma
tropelu of E*at«rn Waabinaion-Npo
kaaa falla. Heia. then, ia a pretly bow
d'ye da! laatead of a lo« bat aettle
m«»t, oua ia (srprtaad to flod a boatlin*
young a«y at foar or firr tbrnaand paa
■ta, well aitaab d. wall laid oat, aad with
tba paoapaal of betoa "all bailt. la Ibe
Sot ahaatiea. naaamoe artlattoally
ird aad aatidly eooatraowd briek
1 line Ibe mala Iboreocbfarea, aad.
If report IN trae, aa mapy mot* wUI be
aader way before tbe preeat teaaoa
aloaaa. Proaptriiy aaema to be aaaarad,
for araryahere an en®r««lie aad wide
awake apirn prvraila whteta apeak* roi
aaaaa for Iba fotare. No old faabiooad
ptopaaaitiaa for keroeese linnet ta U>i<
rl«on>o* Electricity a oal
provide thia peoila witb illoaioatiuß,
aad ara llubM aad ioeaadeaoaat globea
abed tbeir brtliiaat raya ta every diree-
Maa. Keatarn oa pi tail ale aie wool to
expatiate at Itaath over ibe weadrooa
eapabilitira aad woaltb af a twenty five
foot fall 1 tral ben at tola piaoe toe Hpo
kaae rtver lakea a Joap of one bttndnd
aad tflv faat ia a dieteao* of a quarter
of a oil*, fnrniabina an aarivaiied tao
ttva foroe af taeatimabie valaa. Thia
fall, wbiob SUM on an aver*«<- be equal
to a Am tx« bona power, flowe over a
rlrar bad aaarly a* bard ae iron aod vir
toally tedaatroetible, and tbe river lta*lf
ia ao diridrd Into abaaaeia tbal mill
aitea an available oa every band.
All tbla ia, indeed, aa eye- panar to
the vteitor. before wboae eyea have
floated viai'tix npieie wilb frontier
bardablpa aod deprivatioaa A any
fall of life, hope, enemy aad ailr, boaat
ioit three flosrmilla, a plaoing mill, a
maabtae ahop. aleetrle liable, a Uoilr
mtem of valor worka, three Natiooal
Baaka aad a telephone eiobance, la not
to far behind the limee after all; aad
i man cruel! y oompelled to eke oat a
wrelobed eltstsncs in «uoti a dreary l<>
* Mllty la oertaml? nut to ba clawed
amona tbe moat unfortunate of beinye
tat tbia world. On tba oouirary, it la
atore than likely that be wiU thank bis
I oaky (tare if he baa boon taooeeefal
•aoach to loaato there, for that tipoksns
la aartaln to beoome aa important oea
tra for trad* and Manufacture is boyoad
ptcadfaattie. That it ia destined to bo
the crest supply point for tba Ctaar
d'Aleoe aad Ooiville region*, if not tor
•antral aad •oothoaetern Washiaaton
la extremely probable in the eery aatare
af things, aad tbe individual who die
patac this faet la, to my mind, either
Mffertag from eetareoi* or rodtooloaaly
weak la hie power of pr>goo*tio*tioo
Tbe preooooelved notions of the
Stranger baoooie more thoroughly abak
an ap at that whieh masts hta obeer
vattoa la moving on threogh the Tar
ritory. Enterprising towns of from
flea hundred to feor thoueand people
greet the eye, and baok from tba aoaieas
o« higher ground etretob oat loads
which far prodoctiveaes* la wheat,
aats aad barley are oneiaelled in this
eoantry. 41 the same time ha etrtkoe
boitA grass rangea whtoh rival the
bast ia the Yellowstone Valley; more
wear, with this great advantage, that
biimtdaara infregoeat if not unknown,
and dsatraetive anew storeas are mall
affair* compared with tboea terrible
vtsttatisa* wktsh an today ia Montana,
after a whole*!* fashion, sweeping away
■task by the ttiir*«and bead.
It mast baoocae in time one af the
Rial oereal producing region* of the
r Weat. Immigration will tara to
this eeetion eoonar than to aay other on
the Pacific Coast Land tbsre ia sow
tlincKi UwlUmi, it !• Mttly tip—tiJ tod
prepared for mSllaoieat. tbe rsoonrew
are tatteiaat to matataia a email em
Pita, and are long that great tide whtoh
is aow sweeping over Dakota will tad
Its way to tbte more attractive aad
agreeable locality. If Eastern Wash
lagtnn doea not become ane vt the moat
aroaperous areas of the Wect, H will ha
MM people are tadiflerent to a do
Ughtfal allmate. eate not for g >od land,
aad are willing to let a atacnifiosol
water power go aaattliaed.
la traversing Washington from the
East oas bears frequently of the Mooed
ooantrv. There being a natural dtvwton
af the rertiierv by tbe t'asaadi Haage
Into two aeetHXM whiob arc noticeably
dtettnet aad different aa regard* aiimsta
aad iseooreee. it ia to be etpected that
there abuuld be brought into promia
em lk«w particular* which eerw to
live the two part* their pre tall lag ohar
acterWtiea. Uenae it ta that ia ap
proaching the great inland ma owe la
prepared for towering mountain* and
gtgantte forests. Hut what mountain*!
I have viewed the Alps, the kpetaian,
the Harts bill* and the toutnah U*a*.
aad amongst them all there M nothing
grander, more *Qbllme or truiy naagnifi
cent than maauv* tUiawr solitary and
aloe*, majestically lifting its saow
dsoked top etear and well-dcdaod above
the denae and wide eitrading forme
of green whtea CMCtraie It rsaad about
fourteen Uuaaaod feet below. toartea*
float evary clim* eathaae aad ratxar
oaaly apptasd whoa vtewtag koct
Btaac, Ho*a aad the M atterhoca. even
when their petal af obaarvattca te ataa
elevation of Ml or am thoavand feet.
What, then. wvald be tkwtr masatum
and ciprsaaiee* of delight M tnt be
holding from the vary level of tbe ma
this eataaa! peak eternally rotwd Mi a
•broad af dais tag while. Tbta pride
of theßonod, bowvvsr, ta, it an i,bat
oat at many nataral attractive feelers*.
Beauttfal aad only lea* aajeMle t* tba
Utympte Banco. rising mow covered ta
the north wee*, act off ta perfection
with
_ Mh»Ma. JtiMMidb
liul'rr —T to
MManiiiMMit beat mm * "■«*
beae to ttk fw wl£\> Wwi aaa
wofttt Cnios, raiwd «?t<s the Eaat
•wmj *>OQ
•f iba HMtappt. TWrMtiMM,
tot is (Mr WMf, far tk« muli; ■
MMiwly MIWLMI M*M M
ite PaeiAe is today toe
*»;? ,°V , r I^-gg
aaa poiaM m bo«ad to
pwimUM nody to
rmitt the at«imn otttmv Bosto
liwln lad to* faf Eaat. aad to es
tone* a-ad baok MM verted Prodao
f f—ite-
Tbe Beat adatte the trslhaf the aea
eiaeten, |ia«ho|>a bat it baa a aaaty ooa
aMtorf the odvaaseeeeat already at
mM. li nitomlj m' i if ";-"• —
oa Elliot Bar M a atto «f ISfIOD faa
ft*. od>—ay. botdttw ad to* eweual
rwwto.* iaatoad of ft r**h.
■tired ooaacoonity to a town primitive to
frtH aad iwaiiwa, aa ta often it-
«f
SASSSSLSTSALC
pi uveai aat a»W) year. Hi believed
tbal tbaao an prtvatinoaaad o*
ZXZVZ 'yeT'bere X 't* ta aad lata
«reph*.
ina liable. *u*r work* aad daily aowe
.ad «rtl *P
misled hiTtlt naat oherebee, wall or
Inoised aeboote, aad withal, ttatoa to
to* cud opera to aa opee* boa** that
woalddamdittoaeityofbelf aartllioa
poop**. If toaaa toto«a aiffoify part*
How*. I, te aae, weoid a«t atreaaeaaiy
object to Mrtac amidet than. Tbeee
fact* ara bat imperfectly appreciated aa
tba Atlantio Coeat. Indeed, use ia fiaa
to toy Ibal tba natural advaatacee of
tba oeontnr ara alatoal aakaowo. aad
tba labor already aaaeatpiMMd ta to*
aray at boUdiaa up a eel id aad aabataa
tial eaeeeaaaity ia a poeilin ravalattoo
In Um div otiMf.
It ia adaoittad that aa aaaaa maasifl
aaat limber iaad* axial tbaa tbaaa lying
north of lb* Ooisaabta aad weal af tbe
Oaeaodea, aad at praoont tbey aeem
(.rtctioally inexbaaetible. Yoar aoal
la da anaaaaara along tba aatira ooaat,
aad aa rat tba ml nee an hardly toaabad.
Hoar bora naiotaln aa aartabia aaaa
ia a mMrkat aa rMMta aa Loadoa. Yoa
bara at yaar door a aMtailia iroa aa nob
aa aay jet 4taaorarad, aod aaar by aoal
•l far eoktag. Vaar rirar bottoma pro
: doaa frail* aad aagatabiaa wblob for
aiaa aad qoalur an aonvitllad. Doaa
ail ibia portaad ootbias? I'o be anra,
aeary icdoMrr ia rat jaaag, aad raeaaa
aad natboda ara bow la eesoe vbiab
ara far from parfeatioa. Bat aitb tba
arrival of eapital, aitb lb* farther
opeainc of aooamnaiaatioaa, wilb tba
greatb of baaditna faoUiuea aad toe
ioproreiaeßt ia maabiaerr for tba d»-
reiopiaeßl of Ibe mao; varied branebaa
of work wbiob tba euaotry will aapport.
wbe dare predial iba limit wbiab I bey
will rea*b ia tbe fetore?
Your bay it anffloieotiy ample to afford
aaeborage tot the (tupping of a Liver
pool,wit k aaorreepjadiaaly knc etretob
of water front for wbarrea, doeka and
banker*. Lead looked, aheltered, with
• broad, frae shaooel ooobetrooted by
bar, rook or Mac to tba open ana, it
wonid appear tbat Nature bad pat bar
Mn Sugar on tbia imy *pot a* a fa
tar* mart for eoioeeal trade and ax
ebange Allowed fair O"on»*tiooa at
U>a to oallnd " common point" with one
traneeoctioeotal railway, aeeartag Ooro
masioation with Ballmgbam Bay and
tba Canadian Paoifia, wt»b a branoh of
you Lake Where aad Kwtarn Itae ru
aiag to Wpwkaaa, aad poaeibly joining
tba Manitoba road—now aa far aa Moo
■aaa and oertaio to reaoh tba aaa, and
tba otbar braoob pieroiag Bootbaaatarn
Waahiagton and joininc tha I* a ton Pa
oifto ay atom—how, aader anob eiroam
atanoaa, aan it raanlt otbarwiaa than ia
Meattle'a beoocuiug a railroad oaater, a
oommaroial point, and a reoeirlng and
dirtri bating metropolis of firat olaaa
importaaee.
Yonr any ail* ia today rough, antran.
and in detail far from attraetiva; bat
oae who baa area marebee rrelaimed aa
ia Ckiaag >, htila leveled aa in Sao Fran
oiaeo, aad rarinra Oiled la aa at Mt
Peal, may ba allowed with reaaoa to
prediet tbat <be Seattle hiUei4e will, ia
the near fatara, reaolra Itaeif iato a
gradual. area alope, from aay poiat of
whteb few mote ebarming paaaramaa
are oafolded o»er hay, wooda aad moan
talaa.
Yoar street* arc yet poorly graded,
aad many of tbcm rangbly opened, bat
It la oertala that improvements la a
direction eo important aa thta will net
be loag delayed. Your drainage may
ba Inadeqnatc aad uncomplete, bat the
vary location of the town beep»ak* a
aewerage system whieh many grant
oittca in oar land can aevar eqaaL
At all event*, the first all-imp runt
%b4 it>iu(oM| t—fioHnl rcqniillit
natural reaouroea and advantagee arc
here. Extenelon af ally limits, muni
aipal improve meata, street pavements,
pa bile building*. and parks, warehonmi,
wkarvee, floe reaidenaaa. charitable ia
■tilaltena and all that gnee to eapply
tba wants aad wtabee of aa Mtarprtang
and etabte oommonity will follow aa
aaialy m *naehinc fallow* the rain. Be
it appears to me. B. C. Wmnvaa.
■uatrn tip •varcraiA.
N0.611 Wist 57rtt Sr.. N. Y.. I
Jane ». 188& f
I have been a martyr to btlioaa head
aobe and dyepepeta. Aay Indieeretto a
ia diet, ever-fattgtte or cold brings on a
fit of indigestion, followed by a head
ache I acting two or three daya at a
time. I tbiak I meet have tried over
twenty different remedtee. which were
reeceaaaamdad M *w tela caras by loving
friends, but it was no one. kike the
irtebmaa. I got ao better very fast. At
taat I thought I won Id take a rim pie
(worse of pargatton with Bumam'a
hi.u For the first week I took two
pill* every night, then one pill for
thtrtv nights. In that tiaae I gained
three pnnnda ta weight, and never have
bad aa ache or a pain atnee.
fbli dw Vtutii E. Kocmu.
ttttp ■» urc.
Mr. D. 1. WilrwtKio, of Here* Cave,
Kv.. *ar* he was for many year* bedly
afflicted with >*bthieia. alto Diabetea;
the palna were almost anr«darable,
aad woald eometinMa almost throw hia
Into senvalaioaa. He tried Klectrtc
Batters aad got relief from first bottle,
and after taking ait bottle* wu entirely
careand had gataed ia fleah eighteen
pound*. Says he positively bailee** he
woald have died had it not beee for
the relief afforded by Kleotne Bittera.
Bold at SO rente a bottle by A. B. »nrw
a*T. _____ ee6 dw
m •tut.iTrt t iKtti* uttmt
Byrwn of Flge ia a moat asreeabte aad
valuable family remedy, ae it it eamly
taken by old aad yooag. and ie pr wept
aad vffeetive tat oartag Habttaal Can
itumiw tbt wuiy Hl* Itftidini
m a weak or laactiv* oondtttan a# the
Kda*)k Liver sad Bowels. It acta
gently, *tr*agtfcMiag the organ* an
which M as** and awakena them to a
healthy activity. Far aala by A. B.
Stewart AOo Seal tie. W. T. dw
AUH A tun.
Tbe 800 l Male* ta the world for Onto,
Brutm*. Bona. I leers, BaA B(*am. Ps
*er Bursa. Tatter. Otiapped Htnda, CkS
bWnk Ccrna and all
and naWtilj earae Plica at no pay
■ylred, Ugwaraatesd te gtseysr-
Pttos M sMta p*r boT" Fm sals by A.
aanwAM. dw
iM IMrn tet b«Mi rapM aad n
» 'Of*.' inn trovth ml Sp.ku* r»iin,
«l«k hat biiiai » any »■ fm «U
j w ? i 1 - -*'*' * ;?^ r |gp
SEATTLE DAILY POST-iNTELLIOENCKK, SUNDAY, FEBBUABY 20, li»7.
tii cwm
Ptom4! mgt of the BMrki
Cemrt nt Seattle.
Criminal Bnrtnn— the Order
of the D my.
! _____
ty to artMtoal baatoaaa, toe Oraad Jsry
datac tba Untiaal war k, ae wU be eeaa
aaaaatt wSktoaat **"
NM. Terrtaeey vs. /aha Boaorsa
a w - yia !■ 1 aa■* ■fc ■ lli 1 ■■
IN • * nipHTlOßy nWWCy*
SIM Territory aaTlbotDae O'Briea
aad P. I. Heotoy, robbery,
tias. Tarrttory vs. Edward Eaily,
™sse7'Terrttory vs. Bergeoa, adaltery.
615#. Territory va. laaae C. Fisatea,
boraiary. . . _
118. Tarrttory vs. leha Baaa. grand
l "SR r ' Tarrttory va. Ah Taat. aaaaalt
with deadly weapon. .
618*. Temtory va. Edward BanUay,
baraiary.
MB. Tarrttory va. Edward BeaUey.
k flßr 7 Week, keep
'*sl4o°*o. B. ra. Jakie Mtrta, eeUta«
•ta" D a va. Andrew Jeffrey, eatttaa
liqaor to ladlaaa.
Sit*. 0. 8. vs. B. G. Hoeetee, lax
■liar; feor aoaato.
51M. C. 8. vs. Thoaaaa, aailtan bqaor
to lodisaa.
Of tbe abavs, the fotlowios aaaaa
have been diapoaad of by eatrtee of
|4 n4B.*'c*B. vs. Jaf ray.
6160. Tarrttory va. A«nea WaaL
6160. C. 8. va. Tboniaa
6140. o.B.«a.JaMa Hute.
SIM. Tsfti tory T*. Beatiey.
(186. Territory « Heolay.
6158. Territory ye. Fraaier.
TIM foUowioc bay* bosa tried by jory
and footid guilty:
Heary Pbelin. far fMilitating the
transportation of smogctled geoda.
6166. Thomas O'Brtea, robbery.
6164. Fitapatriok, robbery.
5167. Wat. MsOarty, aaaaalt with la
taot to eommlt robbery.
Hestaoaee bay* bees impoeed in eaaaa
Mfalia—
6161. John Wsioh, petit lateesy; im
prtmomeDt ooe month, fine SIOO. eoata.
6162. Jama* Merpby, aama ae next
ikOTS.
6160b Acaee Wset, keepieg booee of
U1 fame; fine S3BO and oesta.
6140. Jakie Marie, aale of liquor to
lad lane; impnaonmeot one day and
6148. Andrew Jeffrey, impriaoomeot
three month* and eoata.
5150. Tnomsi, iaoprieonaent fire
day* ud ooete.
5X57. Wm. MoOarty, impriaonment
eighteen monlhi ud ooeta.
5166. Thomaa O'Brien, impriaon
ment wt<s yeara ud ooeta.
5166. P. J. Hooley, imprlfoament on*
ud fWtff.
6158. Inm 0. Frazier, imprisonment
three yean ud ooeta.
5164. Jain re Fitzpatriok, impriaen
ont ais yean ud ooeta.
The following e»»ee avail trial by
jury.
6186. Territory n. MeLean and Ot
bern. adultery.
6156. Territory n. Edward Kelly and
J. Bnlger, robbery.
6183. Territory t«. Burgeon, adoltary.
6186 Territory *». Edward Beotiej,
burglary.
While No. 5186, Territory ra. Mo-
Crohu, la now on trial.
During the week eiril butioeaa baa
been aooompi iahed aa follow*:
Monday, Feb. U.-6123. Lonsb rt
Burke at al., demurrer to oomplaint »M
--taioed.
4829 la the matter of tte eetate of
Martin Hobmilg, deaeaaed, appeal from
doeroe of Probate Court admitting will
to probate. Decree re reread and pro
bate of will denied on the ground of in
■affloieaeT ef pr .of of ita execution.
3967. Norwald vt. Norager, record en
try of judgment of Supreme Coorl di*-
DlaliK appeal of defendant and aff rm
tng j'l lgment ill favof of plaintiff
6178. la re mui« of Donald Ding
wald, appeal from deciwc of Probate
(lourt allowinc (io part) the account of
Hammond, claiming to have boon ad
miniatrator. Deciwon of Probate Coort
affirmed. Held that money* paid and
expenses iuoarred by one actio* under
letter* of administration valid on their
faoe bat ia faet void for want of power
ia oourt to ttaaa Mtae, nut be allowed
ID eo far ae eatate received the beoefit
thereof.
XBN Phißney va. Hatmtrd. Ewrd
entry of judgment of Bapreaaa Oonrt
dieeoataelng appeal and affirming jodg
meot in favor of plaintiff, appeiee.
6166. lerritsry n. Kelly and Bulger.
Denirrer to indietmeot eoetaiaed.
6128. Taylor vs. Taylar. Divorce
Defaalt at defend <nt Mtared, and
oauoe referred to B. B. Albarteon. Etq.
6084. Behambaabar vi. Hahambaeber.
Divoree. Defaalt of defendant Mtard
and tba caae referred to Harold free
Tomui, Feb. 14.-6116 Osborn va.
Oabcrn. Divoree. Palintiff"a motion
far the defaalt of defendant wgived.
aad defcadant allowed ten days la
which to plead.
U9. Brai worthy va. Call la. Motion
to strike defendar t'a afldavit of merit
from Alas granted; tbe Oonrt holding
that apoa a metioa by plaintiff to sat
aside a jsdgaaMl abtaincd agaioet him
throasb hia inadvertence, Mppertod by
his affidavit of merits. Ah affidavit of
menu ot tbe oppoelag party la improp
erly made.
4888. Brantlgan v* Brewster. Order
confirming sale of teal eotatc.
ftUW SbaTpe and 800 vs. The Bark
Meraator. Oaaee dtemi*»d a poo libel
last* motion and coete without preja
dlee
»«dDMd*T F»b It - OEL Phil
brick to. Pbilbrtak, dafeodaal't m o*loo
thai udwM oocoplaiot ha aaada
■m Milk ud wruls. Granted ta
ptrl and ifaatod la put Plalnlit H
l«««d Ma dan to ftte toaoad wwM
unw. »au dofaodaat *itw toe day*
Uacaaftea to «feM to ptoad
mm. Hbarya, MUM. to. Hharpa.
Coffatoa JtOo* to al-; d*f *nl« of dafaa
daato ntond. Jodamrot atmd
Maiaal Wain. OoAnaa t Oa.hr 94,-
IB » and ooato. Daoroa aotorod fan
aioaiac aiirtoa** and orderta* Ml* of
Boit|<wid pmparty.
tCKV 8 % Toaac ra. Jaoaa L. M«-
Oa'lo»wb to al.; default of dafaadaat
MoCalloaab eatend Jadgoaot «>i»l
•aid dafaodact for (JU aad ooata.
Prtday, fab 1»-4131. Hall to.
RiaaMuu; nottua to qaaab naona
d*oi«d. OafaoAaat aUovad till tba Od
tn*«. to ftaad.
5106 Motioa tn aaaab Naaw d»
oted dafaa dam aiWad ooa waak to
atoad.
M» Loach Ta Bark*: vWaHf ai
lo*«d toa dara to vfctofe to tla aiiai
ad aovptaiat
<9& Bnnr Ta. McCotata to al.;
ardar oooAmtac Mia of raal aetata.
WALLS WALLA.
tot of Ua rauraa Matoa l«a Kraa
(MHtait ta Ha fatal*
rraapaatu
teirru. Fab. 14,1887.
Catroa Port limuaßKn
la war toaaa of toa data I aaa aa ar
uata ma toa ltmtiramd JUcml, te aatok
the feOeatac hawm «a aaad: "In
tkt MBtn-ikt yu4
IllllSiil
g^i§*
it are «mj limited. Iha irm mi of
the piaee ten kepi a boots there for
Um teal Km years, bat vara yea to go
there, yoa eoald not aaa bom, or span
»a h-d. „
>y aajaal djaartaaiaartnaa ia freight ia
'avor ®< Portland. by trying to baild op
Iwafal'boU SmtSt f te°Sd a^ST o^
wtfj£atr£m the towifthat woald'teod
otaM it ap,aad giving tfaeeaid pat
eea. aad will, ibiaMtlr, aa it Inm a,
» the matrapatia of that vast aoutn
mlvhb Hm Ommdm tod tht ftodkiM
i«to *<rl«aj tafai»ealtb wrroondiPjt it.
m liTby tba ImM helt'of wrUmltaial
aad* in tha world. California baa bo
•periarity ovaejuhet eoontrr either to
Ttt, Walla Walla ia today itaadina
toaparatnali atitl; bat the lion before
i« jam pa orooebee law, eyeing hla t»
ia. 80,1 t'aat, that oar land of *on
ihiaa aad Wall* Walla, Ma oaoUr. are
mly pa mid* to prepare to nahe a leap
inward that will overwhelm aU oppoai
ion. What Seattle haa reaaooably,
Walla Walla ia deState^lSrooe* 1 *!-
irely; namely, live nan op with the
imee. "God help* bias who helpe hiaa
aH" it a well-applied adage. Tha pea
>te of Walla have been relying 100 nooii
ind too loog a poo the mecita aad
ha wealth of their atty aad eonnty,
tad have made aa effort to eeiae to the
'root. I hove, however, that eiperieaoe
a teaehing them a leans, aad thai bye
tad bye a elaaa af men will riae op j
here that wfll ignore eelf aad reach
rat after every great pablio improve
neat aad aid ia oaiabliahhK iadnatnee
>f all hind* that will promote the
rrowth of their town and aahanea the
reelth of the whole eooutry.
Sinee I have beea ia thia oity I have
rrittea many lettrra for Kaetern papera,
n praiae of tba great natural advao
agea of Seattle aa a aeaport, aad I have
■ot exaggerated. Beattlaiia the best le
lated town on the North Paeiflo Ooaat
or oammeree. Taooma, Port Town
■ »- u - •
wad, or any other plaoe, hM not lb>
natural advan tags* wbieh ake ptsamii,
and ultimately Seattle will be • oily of
greet importance, provided (be has son
oeetion by rail With the rtoh wheat
flelds of Walla Walla and Eastern Ore
800. A ahert time ace the Northers
Paeifle Railroad Company ashed the
people of Walla Walla how mooh wheat
they would promise eaob year, for the
next two yean, to be shipped over their
line, if they would baild a braneh road
to that city, and already 1.000,900 hash
els have beea sobsoribed, and they havt
not sot done yet. Hpohane would not
see that mash wheat in ten year*. We
have only to regret that, long ere this,
we did not have a connection between
our Inland Empire eity and the Queer
City of the North Faeifio. Ton need
our wheat, oar frail, ear berries,
peaehee, grapes and oar mammoth
melons, and we need your lumber, your
•Mi, wood, flak, ete.
A* a Walla Wallan, I am prend of
Saattla. Like Walla Walla, she ha* not
been tha fareriteof railroad companies.
Hie baa been (banned, re Tiled, tubbed
10 lb* back. Bat ao treat are bar nata
ral resources, ao wide awake her people,
that aba grows right alone, and aot
•hinee her rival aided and boomed bj
ON of tbe atronceat COMBINATIONS ef
sapital in tbe world. Seattle is oar eea
port, bat Walla Walla i* oar inland cen
ter—hand in hand let tbeee two oitiea
go. and tbeir ultimate prosperity !• moat
oerttln. It. F. Joan.
cittta itncn.
Trinity Church, on Third street, oppo
site Court Houna. Dean Wataon. rector.—
Karly communion.B a. m. Sunday Brbrol
10:15 a. m. IMvine serrsce morning and
ereaing. Pall chair at the eveaaoag.
First Baptist Chareh, Fourth street,
near Jama, Rev. D. J. Pierce, pastor.—
Tbe paster will preach at 11 a. m am "Salt
and savor :** at 7 p m on "A persecuted
cboroh." Young people's meeting at 6p.
m. Honda, sonool. 12 15 pn. The aoaUur
business meeting of tha church will be
bald oa Tceaday ereaing.
a lumrti »miL caarui-
IH.
Lid lea may temporarily enhance tbeir
beauty with prepared ofaaik, bat those
wboes eamptaxiooa bars tha baa of
naiaia nas Freeman's cuedisal innaible
Face Powder.
TH E STYLE.
Passementeries, Cat Jet Trimmings,
Beaded Lace Panels, Collars,
Vest Fronts, ete.
Colored beaded Gimps, and Ornaments in Steel,
Iridescent, Bronze, Cardinal,
Moonlight effect, etc.
The great demand for these goods has induced manufacturers
to briug out most beautiful designs, which we are now showing in
great variety. In addition to our already grand assortment we
will receive this week some special pretty patterns in Passemen
terie, Ornaments, and Galoons. the latest spring designs. a
large stock of Pearl Clasps, new Buttons, etb.
-o
Special—A lot of Linen Collars, new style, with
capes, 5 cents each.
LATOUR & CO.,
Opera Block, Seattle.
MIWCMLLAJftO Vr&.
FRANKLIN MOTCL,
O. SPOOK. .... Pfprtmnr
PORT W. T.
1 k» abor. iwa'mr heseairy I" tjwjarr
barta
hrtTgfl J*»i
500
Per cent.
In three years will be made
on lots in
Ladd's Addition
At $75 per tot
WiktfiilndnrcMei bargains ia
bniaeas aad nailiiir* oa Fun,
fccᯮ.| VVm streets, ud la
6. C. PHINNEY & CO,
lima St, m. •etKnlal Roto).
Ja>dw
THE EPIGDRB'S RESORT
QUEEN CHOP HOUSE,
Oysters, Steaks, Chops and
Game in every style.
Broilers a Specialty.
Regalar Mr at 4p. m. Ope" ■*
34 Commercial street, Seattle.
Jaiaa
WAITER QUIMBY, 81 REMOLDS,
OR RUSSELL,
TTtORMKRLY OF CHICAGO, L*FT
D Honolulu Oat. 30.1 ML If he or hia
friends will gire hia addres* infonnattoa
of ralae will be sent him.
JOHN CHSTWOOB. Ja,
fels ft 214 Panaom St.. Saa Franeisoo.
TK THS PROBATH COURT OF KINO
I County. Waehiagtoa Territory,
Is the matter of the estate of Jamea D.
Henry, deceased.
Notice la hereto given that la purou
aaoe of aa order duiy made by the above
entitled Court, I will on Batur4ay. Feb
ruary Mth, 1887. at the hoar of 14 o'clock
a. m., offer for sate at pahlic auction, to
the highest bidder for cash, at my place
of bosiaeas ea Mill street, in the City of
detttl« (a said eoanty. all of the stock la
trade of the said James D. Henry, de
ceased, consisting Of cigars, ttbacco,
pipea. and inch other aiticiee aa may be
ooatained in said stock.
JOHN MICHEL,
Admiait trator of the estate af James D.
Henry, deceased. feU
O.C.BHOBRTACO,, H
CM DBKTIKBKS.
Metalltn, wood. Md oloth-ooverad
Caaketa aad Cofltoa. Rebes, elora andll
svorythlng requisite for Ftmerala. AU||
rradaa of goods, tram the oh septet toH
he beet, srdered to telegraph promptly!!
flUed.fcolmea's Block, Front st. JUj
Proposals for Fresh Beef and
Mutton.
BAADQUIAMS 9»R or THI OOLFMBU, I
Otter ef Otiief Commissary, V
ViKorrußuuou, W. T. . Feb. It, 1887 )
SXtLBD PROPOSALS IS TRIPLICATE
•object to the ureal condl toos. will be
nerived at this oOee sad at the oSees of the
Aettag Ootatalssanas of Sabalitenea at the
'ollowlng named pasta (fer the fr ah bsef and
mutton needed at those poets only), nnUl IS
• 'clock noon aa Tharsday. Ma-ch 17.1587. at
vblcb tune and place. they will ba opssad la
Ik" presence of bidden, for fur: lshing and
delivery of f nab M«f and mat ton daring the
year commuting Jo y Ist, IHT:
B)lse Barracks. L T.; Fort Oanby. W. T.;
Fatt Ota ir d'Alena I. T.; Pen Xlaaata, Or.;
Port Spokane, W.T.; Fort Townsead, V. T.;
Taoeoevar Barracks, V. T.; Fort Walla Walla,
W.T.
The Oovamneoi teeervse the right to re-
Jut any or all bids.
Bidder. Will nndars'snd that contracts
made uoder thla advsetlsrment, sad propo
sals msde In retponee thereto, shall not ba
construed te Involve the Onita I Stales la any
obligation for payment la eaceas af tka ap
propriation granted by Oongraas fsr the pur
pose
Blank proposals and printed etrcnlars. stat
lnt tba klad of beef aad manoa required,
sod giving fell lnstmeti us aa to tbs Banner
of bi. dlng conditions to be obssrved by bid
den, sed tsrms of contract aad Daymen' .will
be famished on application to this a (Boa, or
to tba A C. #.. at the ssveral potts.
EoTeume containing uroposali should ba
marked • r ftropaaala far Freak Bast «r Mat.
lee) at —aad ililisssul to ttfa un
dersigned or te the "Acting Onamlsasry of
Subsistence" at the smralpoeu.
a A WOODHC Tt,
CspMa aadC. a., 0. A A, Oklef G ■ D. 0.
fal7 it aikUaM
macnjuuntoca
sowTEEO^
Red and White Clever
Timothy, Blue C nam,
AKHawM*'
Gra mm. Garden
in
Meed*.
EAST EM CISH PRICES
HALEY & WRIGHT,
Hi >w« tw»t»
EUREKA RESTAURMT
Bakery*
oer. riee» aadOtie*M»
IIAVISO PtJBCHASKD TK*
it rati
"oyatoew in OTary «yi* sa«nwle w"*
t °BagnLv > B«*a**«*
TfaU O"*" " <
IXkK.IL MUNRO.
(an FtoH—tr af Suit*
u im4M>nai wm.
T* All WuUN Mftorw*!.
We vulUn, fi*rgoo« iad capable A#ea»
la n«) cootr in the CalUsd Stut aad Can
ada. to >elt » patent article ot |M» «Mrt. o»
ntVißi in article ha*ia« a la««e tola,
1N 1« I* <w vrtli. fcwtoeweew*
tit:«, aad ob which tba l|Ml t» prelected to
taeeicloatee^byad^gt»««&'reehai>d
erer? oMrtjW^wwt
»heaeadTai>to#«tee«ra«eaia aad the lac» that
ffEao .rteWth* oaa ha «*t to Moa
„M ttadfbt Mt b> milty to naka an
rmmm""'"'' i» siien eeodi#snis
at o~e. bat we >»e» ooactodrd to wb It W
th.ow BotoßlyovoMidrßMtitkiasrttii
our ioTaattoß.bat to Its salabUtty bjaey a«ent
ttaft will haadle it wlAwier. ber ijati
BOW » work an making fraa sl«# to |iM a
mootb ota« aad this faet Bakes it nfe far aa to
make oar oAsr to all who an oat«< emploj
> Beat Any aaeni that will alea oar banana a
thirty dan' tnal aad fail to clear a leantlOt
to thli iBOTX ALL tmn can rtMra
I all aoods aaeold lo a. aad wa will refund the
mosey paid for tbam. Any afaot ar (moral
aeent who would Ilka tea or am eonaueo aad
wort them through *W«aeto t* ninety daya
' ud fill to eiaar at leaat 7150 aao*a au. E*.
PUSH, can return all nnioid B»dee« tcMr
toTJmkeloti^«!lS2r , lwS?w?Uwa
1 did no* know that we haws xaaWßowatoktojl
■Bare than double the amount we iMiikal,
and bat two salsa a d»y srenid ftea a prsflt at
• orer t125 a m nth, aad that one of our areata
l teok eighteen ordm la oaa day. Oar tar»ad»
i toHptiTa clrcotan aspUia oar ofcr fally. aod
t beta wa wtah to Bend to areryooo oat at esn
ployaeat who win aaod m throe oaa oaat
stampa for poouge. lead it o«» »d twj
tima for thoboom Hi gt>lO WaH
, oatbatanneßamed lo oar extraordinary <*►
1 W« wobM Ukato ha*» tha addraaa of all tho
a#- at*. •awing machine solicitors aad oarpeo
" ten la tha ceuatry.aad aak any reader of thi*
pope* who reads toil olSer. to eend as at once
" tbe name and add real of all such tbe» know.
1 Addrtsiit ooce.or yoo will loee the best cnaace
; erar offered to thoaa out of employment to
' make meney, Ramon Ma-icTicrcawa Co.,
| a wSa lid Hmhtiheld St.. Httsharg. fa
WA CHON6 & CO.,
CHINA TEA STORE.
A LL KINDS OF TKA, DIRECT FROM
A China, the porta* wad beat, from U
oents to $6 per pound. Kice, opium and
all kinds of China Good*. Highest price
paid for Un Hogs, at the brick etoze.
oorner of Third aad Washington sts.
BUT IT, TRY IT.
Snowflake Flour
nel7 18 THE BUST.
SEATTLE BOILER lOBIS
Teeler<e Wharf, AM of 91 Ul
•trMt, tMttl*,
GEO 808 KKI.LT, Pr»»ri«Mr.
BOIURS BUILT or ALL DKSCRIP*
tiona. Tank*, sheet Iran work and
rw»trliw de»a at shot I peSJoe. W
MANHOOO^V^^^R RESTORED
Tht mm l hat HUiuaub tonnol ft rmrtd o)
SEMIS AL WCAXSESA. LOSS or MAH
HOOD.ttndtkt rrttl! of ok*u . iutaMf tr ezrmnt.
It nrtui to a complication calird PROSTA TOR
HUB A. BR. LIEBItrt IX TIG OKA TOM u
(*• OSLTcm for PROtTA TORRHRA. Prict,
P.M ptr package. ( pert ft. (IS St. Gn«U It
Health mmJ MfV-Analpittmtfrm. Ad&rtu Lit
-810 DISPESSAR Tfor Duramt of Mm,
MS O—r, Jl. Mam frame' we. Cat
*ii}C2aJJUT»OUS. ~ "^ WSSS * !all,l,,l^JS
Oft *" '**" __
MTOw mm Zwlaa-* *.
J. SCHRAM,
Dealer In
Stoves, Ranges
AND
TIIST-WARE.
Most complete l>ne of Heating Stoves on Mm
Sound.
Oommeratal utr«*t, Saattla. my <
Washington Iron Works Co.,
Foundry, Machine and Boiler Shops,
Oor. Second, Jackson and Third sts., Seattle
y« M- »ut/t
A SUCCESS.™
The New Grocery Store
la Opm Hoaae Hock, h»-tnj fttttitl > rmr w th» »niplrtii.
C. W. STMOVDB,
Will enlarare his stock of
Groceries, Feed, Provisions, etc.
Win keep the bait lm the market. m 4 Mil ae low ■■ Um loweet. nrwti laltTmt
free is th« cttj.
CHARLES F. FRASCH,
WHOIWAU AND RRAIL
GROCER,
Gives his personal attention to orders. Or
ders from abroad delivered flee on board
cars or steamers.
Free delivery in the city.
Store on Mill street.
HARRINGTON & SMITH,
iHpomTiu and wrolhali dial IKS,
ti»v» now on hand the largest and beat selected (took ever brought
to Puget So and. *
Groceries, Provisions, Hardware
Iron, Steel, Cordage and Ship Chandlery, Floor, Feed, Hay and
Grain, Boots and Shoes, Crockery and Glass wars, Paints
and Oils, and all kinds of
Staple and Fancy Groceries;
*t»*. «.!*«, BKICK, PLASTER ADD CMSRT.
Agents for Fish Bros, A Co's celebrated Wagons, and the lap*
rial, Northern Queen and London Insurance Company; Capital,
136,000,000. HARRINGTON A SMITH.
Commercial street, Seattle, W. T. myt
HATFIELD & GARTON
Shipping and Oommission Merchants
Produce, Hay, Oraia, flour Peed, Beam and Uetli
CITY IRON WORMS
MORAN BROS, Prop's.
MILL AJID STEAMBOAT ENGINEERS' SUPPLIES,
TM raOTOBMB TH> UATT CPT^A**
PIOMBR VBOLBSiLB BSTIBLISHMIIiT
or
WABHINGTO * TERHITOBV.
SCHWABACHER BROS. & CO
IMPORTMUJ XXV wnni.MAi.rrm or
WIIIP flhnnfllßr/.
Olothlni:, Dry Gkxxla,
Fancy GkxxM,
Bats and Caps, oto.
Carpets, Oil Cloths, Window Curtains, NOUM Fur
nlahlna Goods, Shelf Hardware, Mechanics'
Tools, Ship Chandlery, etc., etc.
W. (MrdUilj la TIM the trmd# of WMhtatfM Tmrttomj to «»T«
SCHWABACHER BEOS. & CO.

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