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New /treey kitMlM evolved s Sen • 4of - Tb* moanten labored and brack! forth n-Dem-wat . "or John Maedoaald a majortty la Ibe Doalnion Parliament I* not aa tare* m bo tbooKbt U (w bat tt to bi« oooßcb to eoast. Ctenersl Nbcridsa baa been ooapootod •• I «»Bdldat* for tbe Prtatdansy. Tbo General baa not yet aaoaeodod la oatofa teff lb* maa who Bad* lb* aacc* alloc. Tbs pan handle of Idaho to almoat within oar map. A aoddoo sad marfc ®d Insraaaa ia the population, wealth aad ana of Waabiactoa Territory may ba erpootad wfhin a few day*. President Oteroland I* aaid to have tod toe toocida ta wctobl amee b* be «aa to worry aboot the Inter Stale Oooceroe CotaailMten. Let bin keep tt np. Ha aay cyaatoally rednae bim •elf to notbiss Tbe aomorooa aotendateal* to the Hirer sod Harbor bill, by whioh Oregon and other Btalea ar* gettinc alio* after alio* of lb* National Traarary plsia podding, bar* a tendency to aharpra lb* appetite* of lb* Terrttorica. Oa* of lb* latest addition* to th* bill is an ap propnatioa of for work si Yaqaina I'ay, Oregon. It to saaoonoed that John L. Bollivao will coon return to the Pacific Coast, sad tbsl be will eon tin a* bia trip to Australia, where be will make an *x - tended toor. It 1* remarked as a can on* coincidence that Soilivan atari* for Aastrail* joel aa Jem Hmiib, the Eug Itoh ebampioa, atarta for America with blood ia bto eye. About one half of tbe newspaper* in lb« United Htate* have noMtl; contained pictorss of General Koulanger, tod it I* an extraordinary fnot that each pioturs bM been different from til the at hen. Then bare been email featured, smooth faced Boolanger*, black eyed, bis TOO* tached Boulanget*. fleroe, heavily bearded Boolangers - in faet, all kind* of Bonlangers. The Freoob War Mln litot woold probably be more astonished than gratified if be were to eee these varied pictures of bimaelf. •» Mrruuti. One TM! difference between tbe lie pablican party and tbe Democrat* party f« well illustrated by tbe ooatrary attitodea wbieh tbe leadere of tbe two organiittioa* have aaoomed In relation to tbe American nary. Tb> Bspnbli cans have alwaya been generous in thetr treatment of tbat important branab of tbe pablle service and bare abown a commendable deeire to build op tbe navr and make it Mraos and great. The Democrats, on the eontrary, baveevlnoed a •pirn of resolute boa tility te svsry measure for tbe improve ment of the naval establishment. If they have not actually wanted to make the Amerioan navy a laughing etoek. tbey have acted preaitely a* men gov emed by anob a desira woold aat. Daring tbs sigbteen year* which have elapsed sinoe the first inauguration of Orsnt, ths Bepublioans havs been in full o >ntrol of tbe National Govern ment for only sit years. During the remainder of tbe time prior to thi in augaration of Cleveland, the liopnbli oan control of the Government ws* in oompiels, precisely a* is the Democratic control at prssent. eith-r one house sf Ooagre** or the other, and for a time both, being under the control of tbe party politically opposed to tbe Admin istration. Daring the twelve years of this dlvidsd control, tbs Itepublloans havs repMtedly and persistently made effort* to secsrs appropriation* ade quale to begin the work of restoring the navy to Its forrasr high position, bot their efforts havs in almost sv*rv sase b«n frustrated by the Deiniwrat*. who havs either refoeed tbs sppropriattoas or havs diminished the amounts appro priated to snch a degree that tbey have been inadequate to carry out the plans of the Administration. While ths administration was in ths hands of tbs Rapohlinans, ths I>smo crsts were excused by tbe people for this napatriotio conduct, ea the ground that it was dus to thsir reluctance to allow Ibe Bepublioans to handle large aiuosnts of money. Tbev were eontin nelly prating of rings and jobbery, and they *uo> seded In O"nviocing a great many oreduloa* people tbat they were merely guarding ths treaeurv and keep Ing the public money from the hands of the Itepoblleans, who did not rosao to baild a navy with it at all. bat who woald staff it all carefully down in their own packets. Now, however, lbs administration ta l**moerat)o Tb* mimej appropriated for th* uaey woald be handled by Den>- oornta, tba vessels would be bniit under l>emoor*llo *apervi*toa. and tba retire transaotion weold be lleoioaratio la all 114 detail*. N» Hepnblioaa finger* woald tooeh tba preeious mooey of tbe poopte. UD ao KapobliMD ITM need even aee the new reeaela until they •teamed forth In all their Mrength and majesty. Nov. one would natnraliy in far, the Repahliout* would be the oh strootloni.ts and tbe Democrats would be eager to make appropriation* for th* naey. Strange to relate, however. tbt» to not the eaee. T.« attitude of tbe parti.* tut* not ehang*d »« .mi find th* Hepabucan* eager to r*t>a>ld tbe navy and tbe Democrats determined to prevent tbe inauguration of the work. Tbe Democratic KepreMntative* aie apparently at *e«piciou« of their oelttt oal friend* a* the* are ef their eternise. Tbei even thwart tbe plan* of their own administration. and by then aetioa., tf not by their word*, tedtette that tbe* consider drorelary Whitney to be fnlly a* ontrn tworthv aa tb*y fonnerlv considered Secretary K heaoo or Peeretary Chandler .V* in th Republican Senate i* tusking ade qaste ayprepriati >as for th* naey, ard ®be IV mo rat * of tbe Hwo*e are tjiiMtly atuntheriiti tbe Wtopraika bill* by referring »bem t* a oommm*e whteh M fanion* for ita habit of striving ,nn COUD and o«*f«l bill u*t fail* mto IU hand* Tba liepuUievn party U daatraM of rearing iha Auseno*n Navy to , u former ix#lttoo um « ike ut M at tha world. a*ae If the credit >1 that restoration maat fall to a Dtowiuw Adaimlatra' i , B TV IWoer.ts ar* deteru toed 10 prveenl tbe raatorati « of Iha Mary, aaaa lhoo«h the eredtt of tlx raaaara toa ba *i*ea »o ibatr owe party Thai IS cm* ureal d: Serene* belweeai tba tww point**! parties sad it is m whk* tha paopl* shoo j n>a fail te na MM. rmm HIHT AT wamu. Tbe nvatt at the Mmkt pmu el SibMrfe, if « be m f*r«id*bl* as tt* tmropma eorrevpo. dead mm to (at, M tfc* «M important HMM tfeai Bo - r.a ba* s*d« is ttt iforti to etir 09 d&eonteot ta Bulgaria and fUaoge that chappy ecraatry isto civil m; or, better Mill for Kaaa'i "au of eaarehy. tw tooec the rnuoa of Balearic aad Eastern BmumU tbeee tg >rta hit* b MB eosiiaaed with oat relaxsti a. It >u Uotau in trigae *bM caused lb* abd not ton aad cowrpetled the abdication of Priatw Atoxaadar; tt waa Russian iotrigw* "blob protected lb* acceptance of tbo Ralgar.ao tfaroaa by Prtae* Christian of Doeonrk: ud tt i* Racstaa intrigue which keep* tbo miserable p»«ple of Bulgaria ia • 0 <adition whieb aoald o< t bo wwa* if war aero actually racist ia tbrir load. All tbe attempt* of Bamda to brad tbe people of Bal«rarii to her will, however, hare hitherto been mat ud thwarted by a Balcarian national opiril aa atronc a* it wsa aoexpeeted. The guvftt ment. ainoe tbe abdioatioo of Alexaa der, haa been sdminiatered by a Board of K««ent», who are devoted to the 10- tereato of Bulciria aad sr< determined to prorrat th* ftborjrption of that coun try by Kaaaia. BtMata has m-.de the. moot deaperate effort* to wia tbe ptopie froaa their altegisnoe to tbeaa Urgenta and to oonpaaa their overthrow, bal tbe effort* bar* been In rain and lb* Ba rents bar* exerted aa aadiapoted away or*r lb* Bolgartaa people. Whito tbe atteati*n of th* world ha* been fixed on Weatern Korope by lb» alarming do«t »hiob Biamarok rai'od ia order to esrry tbe aieotiooa for the Beiohatsg, Boa*la haa been quietly ootu ptotiag tbe »iDO*atratioa in Etctera Europe of an army an ah a* has nerar before been brought together by say oation ia time of peaoe. This army threaten* Austria sad ibe tttale* oa tte lower I>anabe alike. There ia noqoea tioa that tbe Cxir folly inland* to oe eopy Bolgsris aa coon aa the eea*on baa advanced aoffioiently to permit mililaty operaltoaa. For thia porpoae be ba* gathered hie great army together on tbe frootier, and bo will eoaroely torn from bia porpoae after be baa mad* hi* preparation* on ao elaborate a scale. The revolt at Biliatria ia evidently arranged for the porp ae of affording a pretext for thia oooopalioa. The eeiz ore of s country wrapped in profoond peaoe woold be a moat acjoatifiableaet, bat sn ialerfereaee in tbe affair* af a oonntry rent by internal distention* 000U be eaally defended by ihe sd nuirera of the i'l ir and hi* policy. Tbe revolt will see<irJingly be moat oaefol to th* Cur, It doea not follow, however, that the oecopatiou of Bulgaria will oooasion a treat war. On tbe oontrary, it ia alto gether improbable tbat it will do no. A nominal reaitianoe will, of conr*e, be offered to tbe advanoing army of line aia by tbe Balgari ta* bat it will be hopelpM and heartlem, and it will not even necessitate a campaign. It will be *ach a r sistanne aa Denmark offered to I'rnaaia and Aaitria in IWH And it ia altogether improbable tbat any of th> great power* will interfere in b. balf of Kolgaria. Aoatria ia staking extenalv. military prep trationa, bat tbey are evi dently for tbe parp< te of pr vidiog agatost contingencies to wbiob ibe ocon lation of Bulgaria may giv« ri»e, rather than to opix.se tbe oocupatioa itself Austria will not dare to opp >ae Bu*xi > vlnglt h tudtd oa!e*« compelled to do a by au invnaiou of ber territory. Not will abe be able to find alliea am ng tbe great power* in anv o nl. Uorruanj will not stand aide by aide with Ana I Ha, for HiMtnarck baa distinctly de -tared tbat be wonld onnaider himself a traitor to the German people if be ahonid plonge the empire into *ar nn aejoaul of Hulgaua. France will not, fir abe looka with a friendly eye upon tbe movements of Bussia. Eaglacd will not, for. aa Archibald Fork** re eently aaid. Abe will go to war for noth ing, except powobiy to reeiat an inva sion of ber territory Italy will not. Austria woold bs e'impelled to fight •lone, and she will not tight unless tht Kussian troop* aclatlly inv tde ber ter ritiry. Tbs indisations ars, therefore, that a Buagian occupation . f Holgaria is ia evitable. though a great war ib Kwtern Europe is sltogrther improbable. At Danville, Kentucky. Ivt set, a bey ws* t-ied for the murder of his brother, wha was eight years old Tbe Jury returaed a verdict of not guilty without leaving their seat*. Dr. Hainawall the African traveler, •aye that la Zulnlaod he met the **\ age who k''led the French Prince Imperial and told him that <( he'had ealy taken the yoa'ig man prisoner ha might hava got a (ante ranaom. whereupon the Zulu wept with egret and grief. A Wilkt*b«tre mt meter was *o over toyed hecaoee h** wife gave birth to a *on on a recent Pneday that he celebrated the event by vetting drunk. Ha disap pointed hi* con«r*irati m, which after waitisg tor him tor *«nie time. *ent oat in sea-rh of him. He was found ia a ceil In the city lock up Hi* floe w*« at once paid and be wa* released, bat be did not preach that day. A German Colonel of artltlaty, wftk whom a convapondanl at the Sew York Hani ! UMy conversed si Mrli. declared lb* Fren.h frontier between Venius and Toul and between Kpinal and Helfort to ha InrulneraHe. The spaoea. however. Mwtn Vrrdnn and the Belg.aa front la» and M»TM Tool and Kpinal an laaa strong. and ih-* k -h MW of the*. spare*, tba tm mar for choice a O raw iaraaton would ha mad*. The Colonel farther «x■ fW'l his heitof that the Fiatck would endeavor. hjf tht< auw rwqte ant* through Be'gium and Lutein ham. to make a daah al OiMtnu. Hal ha was apparently of tha O; VOIOB that l>>s ro.vement woaul te anik- pared far to Ike .aeatioa where he thought tha ftrtl great battle wanl.i be •ought he aa»werr. 'ls tha lV|«rtm<a t of the Ardsftaea ao* 'ar from Vcs.-rra'' AB eiaraa year AID boy, ANA was teal to a l*h «deJpt. » drag store to prwnre •»»' medicla*.ste's a hoi <x»t%aingone hand red st-ychmae pill*. while the drag r<tww (••oktng tha other way On tha way home ha »'* than al< enough |« hill thirty mee He died within an hour If a mora) can be drawn frani :fc a ri eat. It to not • l»o not ateal," bat rather. "Tv not send ohUdr»n lo drug store*.' Tba Nsw fotk > <r of at**: " I>e ste in er Llm.ua. wbtofc amaad at tbea port »a«t. rdat, to the flrw A man MB »«eaw» r that bta eeterwd this (.at front Kttrupa withm twenty yt *r« lib 's ai:Ueat* iammii spirts a red whtta AND MM «MM. «aa eo- strnctrd by A mat-lean labor. is. la sailed b* a Van haa www, and w otread and <x*ctro4i*d by aati'e Amarvmna" OAILY POST-INTELLIGINCKB. THURSDAY. MARCH 3. IM7. n» rutnintii. bM'UHUi or Ike Bow Ball disc a* Walla Walla. ?*a&a Walla t owe . J Oa ike SI of Jan airy US> flwraor approved oa %o» raw led' 4a .to* to |»ufUi tor Ibe p*ra>aa*at Mxioa tod eoootraatina oc c terntoria; Peni tentiary at Walla Walla." watab direct* MnQwiatrloifpoißi ibrwOniaiM «oner»"to erer-t a *a: tabic tie proof >«*ldintl or baifaUoM. of atoso. brick acd imo or steel. or either of ntd at trial#, is accordance vttb tfce . lie or ptac* thereof. «Liob may bo adapted b} aatd Board," toe* tber with a atoekade, eae?e*tße the f oilding*, to be oinstroet *d of mjtrb material a* the Board abali determine, oa a tract of laud adj -oiac •be City of Woila Walla, gitwt to the Territory for penitentiary narpoccc bi the City aad Coacty of Wall* Walla. •*id tract containing 156 acres. mainly floe farming landa Tbo set apprapri ated 140.000, to addition to the ante raised by a special qoare ■II tax lev bT the legislature of IWI. for peni toattarr parpoeee. araonntiag to aoarly f'JO o#> mare. In Febroar* 18*6, Go* "Sjaire ai-po'nted Gen. M. M. Ban* of Spokane Falla. Hon. O. C. White of f>»»ton, and B E. Johnson of Walla Walla, Pmitntun OoaaMoam rbo Board organ: z-.i b» e'.eoiag Of. Bane Pr aidant and H. E. Mown Sec retary. A» anthorizd by tbe Itt, Ib<- Boafd vi*it«d the Oregon p- BitrtiitM, *ad Geaurt! Bane aad Mr Wbif »ar -d the Oali'oreia State piwiM befor i(oiding on plaaa. :be Bo rd adr»r tiaed for bid-< in April, and • rt • 1 flnmioenood in Jan', 18MP. In Gea»ral Base r*»>eaed a d Captain f. B Job»«on of Walls Walla, oaa ap pointed to fill the »leaaer. (Jo tbe 1 lib it FrbroarT, 18W7, tbe Board reported to the Oorernnr that tbo knildin«a treat ed were ready for oeetip ieey. „ THE STOCK IDS Knolnoeethree sores of lard. «'toat*d on sbigb and sightly poitio: of tbe peniten tiarv groocda, admirably lootied foe drsiasge sad other eaailary parp ***. and ia bail I of aton* and oem?nt, tbe iba Moae having been brought from a qoarry st Ea«t Portland. Tbeatookade wall *nol*eee a paralellogram 330 feet wide acd 396 feet long. Tbe earth was excavated three feet deep and the fono dation wall laid eix feet wide. When tbe wall reaobe* th* »nrfaoe it ia three feet wide; it riaes above tbe groand 15 feel and i* 16 inah** wide oa tap. Toe top i* covered aboot two inobea tbiok with o*- tnenl, which overlap* it and extend* a eoaple of ioehe* down It* aide* of tbe wall. On lb* onteide of ibe stockade •alia, which are reinforced by battrees e* and pointed, a plank walk with an iron railing was erected. Thia walk is three feet below the top of the wall, and apon it ibecntri* will "walk p-«it." At two oppoeito corner* of the atookade are ban Jaotue brick and glaaa guard hooae». at lbs other oorners large wooden sen try bote*. Eotranoe to tbe enoloaare is obtained tbrongb a doable gateway, 21x30 feet, with atone walla, tbe earn* height and tbiokn**e as the main wall, with heavy twinging gate*, made of iron bars, os the oa'aid*, and slitting gates of heavy iron plate on the inside. Tbe large gate* are dmigned for the admis sion of teams, one pair only to be open ed at a time. A small iron gate in one of the walls of tbe gateway is f >r tbe *n tranoe and t lit of fooi men, while a wiok «t gate in tbe inner plate cate admits them into tbe enoloaare. Tbs design is to er*ot a goard hoaae nnrt offl orer tbe gateway, when there in m >uey to pay for it. THE M'LUHNOS Are of brick, and oonaia f a 3-11 build ing, a wing and an ont buildinr Tke walls of tbe main brjildi g< ar >nob -»thick. Tbe cell bn: ding 1*34x100 fwt inside, with wall* 36 feet b gb. '> o-m-n( tl or and curratzated iron selling. In tiia room are three tiers of cell* pi toe* Na.sk to baok, 14 in a row. an n a ti rtn< C 4 in *ll Etch oell i» !> f.-et 6 ipebe wide, 9 feet long and 7 fnet b'gb. E »ch sell bts a vein listing shaft, and ia ar ranged for awlnging bammoeks for the inmates. Foar of the <wll* are dark, th< others bave grated doors. Ktoh cell d >or ba* a sm til wicket in it tbrnngb wbiob to pans food, eto. Eaoh door and wiekst I* aeonr d wilb a heavy padlock. Eaoh row of pi ll* is al«o locked with a big bolt, wbieb ia operated in the corri dor and aeenred by a combination lock. «•■> tbat when it is necessary to open one nell the lever lock mast be • pened and 'h- n the cell unlocked. B tbl* devioe it i* impossible for a prisoner to get out >f bt* cell even If he snooeeda in remov •ng tbe padlock fr >m tbe oell d or. I'te se.'ia "re of the lat-as d «'gn, are fitted with all tbe modern a pliant*, were made of firet elans raateri <1 bv tbe Pauly •fail Manufacturing Ootupany, of St Loan, Idt-a >ari. and Dittoed in p nition tnd operation tuuler tbe nkilif it direc liouofK H. Holeomb Inadntionto b- oell* the main building bns a a >urt >r coriidor, sep" rated from the o- ll* by heav. iron gratings, in whlob are lbs stairway* to tbe upp< r calls, ait.k*. wash stand'. eto. The Cell room and c>nrt are lighted by bsavily gr .1 d window*, TN WIN« isSail) feet, has a basan at, with c« ment floor, in yrbiofc are tie bakers' ov en, tbe kiteben and storeroom. On the flr*t floor i* the dining h >ll, :Wx.V> feet, on the aeennd floor, tbe hospital. 30zV> fee' Food,etc., i* cariiad to and from the kitohen bv a dnmb wtiter. Tbme I- >IMS ais all lighted by baavily barred w udow«. I here are two eotraro** to tbe i..i itng. one to tbe osll room, sad »ue tn tbe dining room, each being 'br.Ufb heavy iroodcors with patent lock*. There is also a beavv iron door frnn' tbe ceil rnom into the dinicg ball, fb* out building ia ItistiO, and ooi tain* a laundry, fitted with sfationary wa*fc tubs, a huge boiler and faru toe, and a bot water reservoir; a b tb room, in which there is a cement tank, ft feel wide, la feet long and 4 feet deep, fitted for hot and cold water; a large water closet, and a »t,re room, the lancdrv, bath room end water closet have cement floors. *im jcrrii, Tbe oeniraotor* do* a well 90 feet deep, bat as it d'd not furnish water enough tbey hauled that fluid to mix their mortar with. The B-.trd aootraet ed with tbe Walla Walla Water ('o. to «*pplv the penitentiary with 20.000 gal loo* of water p*r d »v, and lb* oomprnt have ptirchssed and received the pipe required for extending tfcrir main., ind wtil, nndmhtedly, have it |ti J U, I re the prison is ooenpied. The w-ter for ntshed will be tbe time as that tbe »im ptny sells to tbeeil'i'neof Walla Walla. Better water doe* not rnn. TUB COST Has equalled tbe appropriation, but has not eiceded it. For fartitsbinii mater ial and building the stoekade and doing a small amount ef extra work. Knott A Per > y were paid p'IAX X, for for oi.hiog material and ertcting all the buildings there wa* paid it' nderaonA Jone. f'-H.IW 2>; for the oell* and gatf way there was paid tbe F»u T Jail M in ofaetanog (Tompasy |% 316.75, for plniwMng, engiaeefng arobiteer, caper inteedeai. aoeiiroiJEi in»r-' sa'anea. etc.. there wa* paid fi.Se 57, total expend) tor* srs r.t; ■.«/. In K insas City they are txi eriment iog with nm« wtb electrtat. aa a meter for street e»r*. The tlmtreity |. «u(ieeyrd la tbe Selds and errriat.r* of the motor by tcrUM ef an nubeu wire <>. : cßested wth th- geteratOf at at, • agin* b of and ranaiOk: directly ov*r tbe railwav, t i* being encurcted with the arma'nr* be a w r* wiich rnn. aiength Upper wire '-a wheel*. Jh< *pe*d is *** en mil * ao boor at.d tbe car* MO he Mopped wtU>in aa-tM oe .if «:x feet. A i-*«»tiger ear will be at tached to each mil t. F r* »hr: di» taoee tti* arrangement wil, proee *«s- dtntaoae* relay Ma th<n- will be neeewnry, and »»* q >*< i u of txpen*e in 'bat ?% M a »er-.»« s aßr Th* New York rid but had t* e »r»*pot>d nl at At- any, .V V. pt>j ibe Lev»la<are, nw is mk,in, with a r.e» of aaorrta;cic« Ihe preference# sf ita members far tha Pr-swtcev to l»v« W the s 111 <ll n»t"«-r*i» the r»-«ii w»a u foUowti F r lie Tel and. S: HtU. j > v . Tharwao, S. 0»-»Ur,d or Hill, 1: ; Hill or R> a-m It Hrwut. 1; 800 o amtitltl. ai -iit, $ Of tba oitet* f.wr R-taNwin- ■ r r»«nlt v«% aa lc|- !»•» r.« Jtuei it HlatDe. 40; Ckaan i*y U Dapaw, 9-. noo aotatiiiital, ®; abasst, S5. The aad Prspitolun kJSmT ßs'dnkt baa lafc*y benefitted Mto enaaswen. sc well « rttoenag tbe harden at Rome naa afaclarwrs. is t> i* the oa* wttb ff'ai'i Flo sail ad Botebte'i Gtrmmm Bf>*p, sc Ibe redaetMl of thirty six eerta par d<-aea. has been added to iaeroase toe tiae of th* bottles oootaioin« ttnae rewiediea. thereby giving oae-fifto more ixdi im in tbe 7Z not sate. Tbe XmfmH Fltmtr tor Djcpepsia and Liver Complaint, and the Orrw m Syntf, for Oogh and Lang troabiea. ba«e, perbipa. th largect aale of any medioinea ia tbe world. Tbe ad vactagc of increased siae of tbe bottle* will be greatly *ppr*«tatad by tbe eiek and afflicted in every lowa aad village ii civilised oca tr>s. Simple bottles for 10 seats remain the came sue. detdw NEW AIJVTOmbSMKNTs WANTED. I fartr hand* 9S> month. Boy. IS yean, for farm. |.J month. M.laer, fan month. Railroad chopp?re and lake's. Skidder t»0 tuoath: w*maa cook ftS. FOR SAIiB Fine lot, 7 room houie mud "table, Elev enth and Jackson met#, I.'oOO. Lot 3, bl AS Terry's Ist. house and in provem'nt* Lota 16 and 19, bll2 McAleerV S3K and •80. 1 ha (best lota la bl 61 MOM ad. *SO e»rfc <'le\ r el lota in Bigel iw'« ad. $75 and SBS Hi 9U Maynard's »ki Waihirtf'in.l2-' Lots 4 atd 8, bl 83 Terry's i*2400. Cleared lot*. bl 4 Lawler's. $324. Lots 5 and fi. bl 23 Yealer's l-t, SSK. Furnished re«tauran's, |2'.i and #l2Ol City hotel S4OOO St. im laundry, da looa aad lodging house. Vacant govern meat claim*, oat bottom land. ssu. Itt • »ved ranr he■. (860 to JliWO. Mortgages an solid property, tltl to %10 0 0 City and <"ounly wp. ISm New and secocd-hard asfes Ve-nier ocmp se and surveying IM •ntflt. 130. «# Furnished kou-*e and lease, center of town. *3OO. WANTED. To loan |SMI and *3OOO on stood re urity. ileuses t-> rvnt \l< n-> f r investment Women and gir s at (15 to S3O FOR REHT. 3 Improved (arms r>n share*. Fruit and vegetable garden, slls a year. 2 faraig oa Lake Washington orchard hay. etc., no cash rent. Hou.es and rooms In ail pa t • of rity. GRO. W\ CRANE, Wa*h. Ter. K« ploytrent B treau. near cor. t < mmeici and Washington streets. Hrwttle. mh3 Treasurer's Notice mHE TREASURER OF KING COUN -1 ty will pay. on presentation, all out standing wa rants drawn on the county fund of Ha d ronnty, bearing date prior to and Including No. 648, issued Novem ber 14th. l»8i No intere t will be all.wed an said wart ants afti r this date GEO. D. 11 ILL. Treasurer. Office <-f County Treasurer. Seattle, I February 24. 1887. fe23 d6wl W Aim— TO LET—FOR SALE—ETC FOR SALE. IKH A-HB3 OF LAN*. UH MILKS t vlw from Seattle, aid tH miles a ove B!a -k Fiver on the oounty road. 8a i* land Is lo ated n township 23, sect'ont 0 an i3l For farther particn ars WTite or cali upon JOil 4 CHRIST, Seattle, Reco&4 ptre t. b tween M%*a and Wat-hl* gto . mh2 WANTED. A G X)D FCMILY T ' ADOPT A .'a 1!ttl 1 girl b by now 2 months old. 1« ttcol heilth. Add ess Pot Office box T.*, *9': ttie w. r. ml," Kt Wood W rfci ;g Machinery C*OR BALE PUITAB K V* R B\RH 1 a n d rtow« firmtn e'* 'tory. fnoaire of a. oifj -«o.tt Royman.Front at. nth2g, m SALE AT COST, XF BOUGHT 3"K)S-THKKK WATER front lon. Lot 9. la block K 1 .old fad 10. in block J, A. A. I)»nj «I;n-th addition. Inq lire of H. H. PEASE. mhi 1 n Co nsr Kgh-h and Bpr'.n* sta. FOR _S ALE. ONE SPAN FIRST CLASS WOIK horses. with new wag n and h irncsa, b-longing to Postal Telegtaph Can b sena at laript-t's iivejr stables. Kor Ire app'y at Pacific Postal Tel* graph 'at>n- Co. a office mht WANTED. AGIHL TO Da GKXKRA.L HOUSE »> k in a fani'ly of two Apply to Mr i. Chick, Third stre t netr Columbia, or Mrs. Prank Kimbal frX 6t To Business Men of Seat !e And vie tvity.-a man with *. year* .-ii>ertenre in general basinesa. a :*O. 1 salesman, a goo* accountant. ran make hint*- if useful in any capacity, wishes a situation. Bait of tefe-ences furnish- d. Address K. 11. 8., citr post office. battle. Wash. Ter IfM ifit VIOLIN _lkssons. MKTH r>-MODERATE V ' terms. Address W. MATSON P. O. box 427. f«-2i lm I AM OESIROCB OF OBTAININO ei plornwnt at dreaair.akinn or plain aewiwr: bt the day if deal red. Address P. O. box Wi to E. B. C_ or kon»e rarrer of Pifth ml J.ff rson strsrts f. SSlm OITCATI W WAXTBI»-BY A HI KI O n«a» msr.: is aro d salesman aad bu<<kk**por : of st ady aad rel able hab it*. aad ran «ive l> tt of Ad d ess "ttus ar?». " I* O. 'oi Vk\ fit Piano Tuning. MR. NIT -CHKK H IN THR tT Y and will mtj a* W»n* »« neceoaary for hia contracts io p ano tantrff. Prompt at>«n lion tospeoai oeds»a left at • ari«» b .ok store a' I (isimn't oe res « y»tw OP KICK IUL r » HOST OPFICB CEVTRAM.Y '» Soaated Ad 'raaa -Ou e Pour iNTTi.t u;stsi git »i i ft; df HMOU \ PINK aiTTE OF ROOM" APPLY at Pc~T I\Tltl.l.iOK<l kk f fllrw L'IKN;? ti> P.OoMf TO LKt. P wirh or wttboot board ; rooms t* js per month Krarett Hmiw, ; w at •'on t Ho'ssr. Paarth st.-wt d is FOR SALE \ X RXCKLEXT MULE TEAM. . V free f'om > I-mi. h and ►,». U <!U-re at this ofßre XXX. felt FOR SALE. The half hi.-ice. on south «kc oad Stress between lla'i and Jsrl sen r% which are iooiM the New Ar '■ llo'- i s.-d t*»# P*. umn - ti»a-,e t.-rreis aP'.J) ®b that re-siaes to _ MISS *. J PtJ MMSR. FOR SALE. r'IHST CLSSW WORK r ATT' E-AP ply to or add;** A. J BAKER •J Saaltla. W. T. TRIED Of TH* CRUCIBLE S. S. S. About twenty year* ago I discov ered a 1 ttle sore oa 01 •: beak, and tbe doctor* praaeacoM tt raacsr. I have trie a nr.mberof ptyaif isns, bat withoa: -e e slog any pe io. neat benefit. Among t v « nambsr vera one or two «pe>eiali**p. The med cite they apniled waa like 4.* to ihe acre -aastcK lat nee pun. I sb* asi a i' >od' iati* paper* telling what 3 r had dime for other* *im itarly afflirte 1. I procure i soane at care Mo>e 1 ban naed the »e««Bd bottle the neighbors couli no tic* that my i*neer waa t eal'.ng np. My gen<>nl hea th had bee- b d fo» t-® ar 'hire y m- I had a fca"k!r.g co"gh an ' t>p t blood oont»oa>ly. I bad a srve e pain in my b ea.t. Af ter tak'ng >ii b«t!e* of ». M S-my cou, h left re and I }»* t tout tr thaa I hod beea for »ere»sl yea>a My cancer haa betlei e.vcral but a littl 1 no' a-oat the a»- of a half dime, and it is :apl ly dia»pt» aring. I wou'd adviae every ore with can cer to give t*. S. x. a fair trial Mrs. N ASiCY J. SfcCo«aroHKT. AshaG ore Tippecanoe Co., lnd Feb. IC. IV6. Swift's apecllc I* entirely vegeta ble. and seen s to cure cancer* by forcing out the lnapcritie* :rexn the blood. Treat se on Blood and Skin Dkeiae.* mailed frve. TIIK SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., DRAWER 3. ATLANTA, GA. ftgdeoi ly NOTICE. I HAVK THIS DAT SOLD ALL MY 1 interest in the Arm of Calkins & Fer guson to J. B Brooks. The Arm will be known beiaaf'er and the busin as carried on ander the n we of »rgu*on St Brooks, who will colluct ail oatst ending aocousts and pay all indebtedness of the late firm of Calkins * Ferguson. HANNAH A. CALKINS. Per W. Calkins. Bkattlc. W. T., Feb. 16. IN»7. We respectfully solicit th > pstronage of the peeple ot cattle, especially th<> uld customers of Ihe above rasinl ftrni, and trust we will b > utile to maintain the good nain» this hone h s bcn.e in the pa't. fel" lm FKKBL'SON & BKIX K3- GUNS REPAIRED, IL'O GENERkL JOBBING DONE. ALL WORK WARRANTED. JAMGS WEST 919 Front tt., nrxt to Baxter & Co. fel lm ICE! ICE! ICE! THE PUGET SOIIM) tCE CO WE KRK NOW PREPARED TO DELIVER ICE OF THE FINEST QUALITY in unlimited quantities. . . , . All retail enstome s will .8 supplied with ice at Al one cent pe- pound upot; tpplir a'ien Ht this rfflee. or to Ceaige T. Mitgmn • Jt I 0.. Seattle Seda W orki Mill •treat, who li*ve charge tf tfce city delivery. 7>ceclat rate] given, on applicat'on at this ottlce to all parties desiring ioe in tt.'ntioß of packers of fteeh fish Is especially o»!'ed to he fact that they .an now obtain ice in any q tantity desired, and at very low fig'jr s. Offlte an 1 wot ks, foot cf Seneca etie t, tt 'I. O. otTDOLK, Vice Pr<aldtni E. A. STKOCT. gecetary. **27 ATTENTION TAX PAYERS!! Pay your taxes now and save your prorerty. Bay your groce-i'* of u i and you will be able to. DO NOT DELAY Sen! for price lia! immediately. Most cjmplets stock of fancy and atap'e gr x-er.e* In Seattle. Oraln. Fred, Grass, Garden and Vegeta ble Seeds. HALEY & WRIGHT, 715 FROHT STREET P. O. Ikix Mi. T' 1 -pbopr lg TEKril • T WILL IX> «ORK AT THE P(i LOW- L *ng rwtiuoef prices. M of te*tK worh sl\ for .fl# Hest »et of tectn. worth #SO for IS ICxtra 'ttnrf 50cents All kin's * flllirgs Gold c owns on broken teeth: gold plates. nerve treat men! etc-, at pr 'tortl -nateiy 1 )W prleee. All W«»rU %Vnrrftatctl. TEfTH EITRiCTE Wl HOUT PUR By th' i !le at v t lijel air. ether or < h!o rafcrm. J >HN G. T.UNN. Dentist. Ro mi 3 sad t, Yest-r L?»rj Bl» k. cor. ViU D. T. DENNY & SON, RRIL HSTtTH BBOKKRS Ot> Lumber Dealers, K00«« 7 tad 8 FHYE'S OPf RA BLOCK r 0 box 252. S'gm#. W.T. I tIT« AM) B'vOCK-S FOR BALK IN I * North -Va tle. ix>ts sad block* f -sr sat* Is !>, T. bm ■y*. ftmt iwyr4 third f«s-*h flf h sad nxth a' J t on* I* T tleney's i*a k aid I tiaa and Nub •- 11 addition. an 1 rrside ee i-ta and biocf t lor stie in ran ans parts of the city. Tea are n a. the ri't. Fs-m and fs m unda it Ki g fan Jaan and laiaix* cvuntiee. W AItTIU More farms te ~-'S *»d lea a. Vorv 1k»«»" « ti» rv t. M city ptaaad W ti ta sell. More a*;* n«s pc, t> to wl. More mihey v> ■ veal .a A«1 rlaa* aicrtgsffr sw Pjaa. * T t g tiara.■ >e MX K t'l .lf CKM R< trss f-a tti.qsgaga "er- KiwiUt Hrforv tjujtaa « e»h*»» ca.l *sd took OS-, r our hat nf preoerty. Taxes p-i * aa tar mi ata made fo a c rr aide nt pas twa. Agvc a far th* Waateis Mill O mpaay. Cjt i aapou Uaoa frssn abroad aaltri'ad. Money to loan on improved city and farm property. Real Estate bought, sold and leased. Houses to rent. Apply to HERMAN CHAPIN, Some men will act agaiast wise pro visions of nstuie. They will use cigars an'! liquor* to ei«»\ overwork trem fe'.ree physically a»d mentally. aat indi gestible food, etc.. and the result will frove detr mental to their health, llr leß ley's Olery, Bo if and Iron will re s-ore thr abused organ* and aerv.« to their normal stat and with its invigorat <us a d strength giving properties give new life to the weak and despondent. Sold by druggists. TUB mil BB S RBSOBT QUEEN CHOP HOU^E, Oysters, Steakp, Chops and Game in every style. Broiler® a Specialty. Regular Dinner at 4 p.m. Open aH night 34 Commerc'"! • treat, Seattle. Jslm TO THE PEOPLE OF SEATTLE AND OTHER*. ( UNSCRUPULOUS PER * J socifl r tve rep evi te* to eur dctri m nt fh-it wo tiiaru'actu* *- only che«p ho jw in er,t|«ialljr w nveylnjr the ide* till* iium .ui ae of poor quality, when BCCH 18 S T THE CASK Tbu tth •!> «D< wn: p of the woj (1 our B'>epß aie. heap ttif pur ha-c- i- gettl, g m« w »x> at a supe ri r qiulity thin or ar'alti h'ghT prior d mm ■». Wf nik - tUi k wit:* or I uit ry srd hou cbol soana. and i> clally rr"om men our WKSiKRN QUKfcN SAVON *8 II tub e for all u «*• ai-.d iwa. a gricg itt i't tioD. Ite auaeof IhetkoiougbntMi* with which this a mp c'ean.es do n< t Ihiak that it Injure* the cto'tisg. W* *uarantee satisfaction (moccy re unded If othewlaei and that it will not but th hand* or injur* tba moat de'icale fabric. l>o you *i h ti built op TOUT hi me ia dustr rs! If go. you will And Da deferring at yoar p t onne In ,ist upon th* use of only th a soat> la your household. Atk your jtrocer for It and take no other than the We-tern Quel n Savon. We a «k you a» a favo • due •• your home indu t'ie. to puiuh m> 'rr box of thli :oap and give It a thoxugh trial, fef KKATTI.It Bt/AP CO. WA CHON6 & CO., CHINA TEA STORE. \ U.KINDSOF TEA. DlßEtrr FROM •At hma. the pureat and b«*t, from 40 c nt'to(6pe> pound. Hioe. opium and sit kin 1s of < iunaOo-jd* Hlgbeat price paid for Ure Hogs, at the brick sto:e. >orner of Third aad Washington n SUV IT, TRY IT. Snowflake Flour iOl7 IS THK BKHT REMOVAL. MME A. DEGRA I" HVB RKMOVID her dressmaking »«tab'-«hnient to No SO4 Front stnet oepoaiU) Y s'e'- l ear/ balding e next to P. J. toil m Co 's shoe sto-e fef; at PATENTS CiVtITS. TMOF MIRKS MO COPT ttights obtained, and all bnalneas la tha I' ri. P»vnt Office attended to at modvr : tiff set <>«r offle • U oppo«it« the V. 8. Patent and we ran obtain patent* In i*a* ; di e than show remold from W«»Kia«tuQ. I wudk oh i»RAW»tt. W« a<?vUe ! m to pat#n**> ijf j frr# ni f hanr ; and we Ttxk* wo (HiWir. v\ l-i ae w* obtaiw paikt e trt~r here, to lh« P etmifter, the of Money Order Dtr, ani to ofttci%l» <*' the C K ijateot Office For rirtnUr. %d it* u rrli and ref reac • to acta 1 ub joar own giat* or «mr»| write to I . A. *!«' «% A f« . , Oppoiito I'a&ent Office, Waafci»«t«*n. D. C ] SEEKER'S CREAMERY FRF3H ROLL GUTTER AT IlßEli UICKMtN'3. OILT EDGE r Try it fr» E MEEKER. NOTICE. X"' ,K MWOaPTRf LlflT rOR THK I rew b i iding hmHS'lm la aow osei at the oAew of P. R. Pwsma City At toraay «aU la WE DON'T WANT THE EARTH [ ■:dest b h ces and smll profits ire sufficieht. A combination hard to beat: Energy, Experience, Cisfc, A bald-headed baby can do as w«U as its bald head«d ru'ftatowrMan. « Tf have tat OK price for all. We wast to bring to ROW notior oar Israel tad greatest otter in MONEY SAVING BARGAINS. A mas'* judmnent U part at hi* fortune. Wo will pro re this ta rrmj Yfefar' with cooda awl prices to ooartace the judgment that Dollars Brought to us will Save you Dollars. That jrou save money and T> > eecnre the heat ie ir t >.asm tod ta oar spier did stock of Oroolte r y, Olasswaro, 1101 SE IIKMSHIX; GOODS, mrSICAL HBTBIMIXTS, Baby Carriages, Basketa, Tin, Agate and Wooden Ware. a,aaa Pieces Firat CUsa Choice Sheet Mnaic, selected by eir Mr. I cfca fan a bankrup- stock on i"f*t alrte*. tfa« Kraocuco, will be told for la centa mok, wank from M aeata to | .35 GOLDEN RULE BAZAAR, £. LOBE & CO.. : : 820 Front Street E N TERPRIS EP L A NIN 6Mi LL , West st., between Madison and Spring. Seattle. Coatractiec aad building. Store and offltr flxturea. Deo V aaah. aaoUtaa, b ankela and all ktodaof house trimmings made »tatr balMin«. ka3 waod newel* and baluatera. Boxes made to order. «#rder» from aVaad will raartr* proa pt attention. P. O. be* 380 THE ALSACE HOTEL, EIST Eft DOF 10KG BRIDGE. • - OLYMMI, WT. JACOB BTAMPFLER, Proprietor. Good acecmmoditioas for traveler*. tW Meals M oaata: Lodgings M aiak French. German and Kagtieh attendanta. MWIa LOWMAN & HANFORD Stationery and Printing Co., Store corner Fcuith and Chan; atreeta; Printing offlce. Pea* Bulling Mill street. Seattle. Ml ATTENTION, SHOEMAKERS. The Puget Sound Hl 4 e and f.aather otnpanj of Peattle sella all klada ef La-It sr. equal to beat Kaste: u manufacture, at better than Kaatera prices. Honest Leather. Small Profits. Home Industry. No middlemen. Clva us a trlsl. w T. D. BROWN, CONTRACTOR and BUILDER. Shop in Yesler Mill, foot of Mill street, Seattle, W- T, Pcn'offi g bix .m ' T » Jm K. IMPOKTf.tt AND JOBBER Of CIGARS mo TOBACCOS, MEERSCHAUM GOODS, PIPES. CUTLERY, STITIOIHT Mill «t eet, YMler-Leanr Bulldino. Seattle. W T. . • Sole r genti foe the fforde Madrid Key Wert ctgas. Z. C. B,iceMor to Waddell ft Mltoe) Wfcol—»fai »nd R«**U rWer t» RANGES, COOK, PARLOR AND BOX STO"VTSIB ftrOrtert from tie country elicited *o4 »atl»fM"t ; oa Ru*r*ntee<? ' .I'. r •». •» C*!l *b»l Lo#»U Tbroujth «nr Immonw stor*? ; Mill "wt, ffVt! WMMmrtn* Terrltorr ONLY $8 A LOT Por Q and lO Aoro Trnota In SOMERYILLE Three miles from our office. o Business Sites Hemes, Vacant Lots and Farms BOUGHT AND SOLD. XiOA NS NBaOTIATHD. H. H. DEARBORN & CO.. - Bankers Commercial and Jackson streets.^ Fine Watch and Jewelry Repairing a Specialty. ALBERT HANSEN, PRACTICAL • Watchmaker and Jeweler, AKD DEALER IN WATCHES, DIAMOND*, JEWELRY. SILVNtWII* CLOCKS, ETC. SOLE AGENT FOB THE CELEBRATED BOCKFORD WATCMi* <KT*ft for ftetawu A Son* Krank-h A H*ch. Md Krea* Q»bJ« A Vultr IM-i Kick Front KrwL rieftttln. W. T. H. O. bu* !«». *** T * _ Real Estate BOUGHT AND SOLD. MONEY TO LOAN. | r YOU WANT TO BUY UNO. IN i adr or outxlde of Iht city lim'ti of •eaUl - lar.d from one acre or nUim nrtpm;. Improved or ualm prr.v d. alM> huetr.wt lot*, or a Rood la vestment tfenerallj «c «l I ■ve you a tttttrr bt'gain thaa any Arm ia towa. Wr ke- p a ronveyenoe and take pleas ure ID fhowiurf property. OKO. DOK'FKJ, Oflloe with C K Ilowioari. opposite Yea ter-Uwj tniUlng. frctit meet. p. o. ko* ua mm ILLMOM) & PHIL! IPS FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS. tfetinate* (ITMI all tIHMM »f r«anrfry nnd Rwhlaf W»rk. Corarr fr««t ud Mprla* ■trwtK. P. « R«i lit, He atUe A S B LENOIO OFFER. Valuable Building Lot* Given away to Every Subscriber. To an? one ten "In* na One Hollar for IB Southern Railroad Age, Far one ye*r. we cffbr the fallowing nable Inducements: OB recall t ol one dallar we will pf» jour nan.e oa our n>brer>Uoa M«J a»o •e'tdyon a dcd far a 'own let, g ay w fee». ad Sweat to the beautlfal and pro» I aarotu lawn of WakaJla. figfM****'* are local* d the famoni WakaUa 13 mllea ao< th of the 9»al« la the aval 11 beral e**r ever made W "7 . uuhllra<«ot> la th» United rttatea. *»* I fer oa); alternate lota, eipeetin*: to t**T i lae handaonely an the rrmaia'Mt lata. ! T»e iartarir.eat of oaa dollar ■ay.— rou rich, t y It The Sooth ia oa a )»•" now. ncfa aa aevor waa known hew# m the h Mary of thie eouatry. and aow latho time to liicil and lake your chance »"» T i*M»—We hair paid thetaaeaoathaja Ma to Mar'. Lao that yon are at no tit* vewhateie'. YMrawaeUoafW tobuUd or laiprwe tht. property la aay way. althcmih iraay will bol'd tboo*- iaayoar. Thla oi«rr la «ood W <Uy« freja Ma oh the Ut faa4 la yon- .uherrtyOW ef one dallar and receive the papor aad deed In return ma'l Addraio f*otryn»»!» Rtiuoii) Amm 0 j fa* la Urn arflto. Kf. •T Mention Taper whoa writta*.