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DAILY POST-INTELUGENCER
EtUt WISE EEEtEIE.
Tta announcement tbat Henry Ward j
Fee star baa reacted tta end of bia long !
Md noteworthy career, tbat he baa
taea atnßken by as iUaeea from which
be esosot recover, aad ttat be la eyta
now at tta point of death—or. before
tbeaa linea are read, aaay be dead—will
be reosivsd with geesiae aorrow by tta
Amerioaa people, of tta bigtaat Intel
Isstoal type of whom be baa lone been
regarded aa a representative Many
wta bare reached middle age sanaot
recall a time wtan tbe name ef Heory
Ward Beecber waa not almost aa fa
miliar in tta homes of America aa tbat
of tta father ef bia aoontry bimaelf.
Ma other miniatar at tta goapel baa
a*ar acquired aocb a bold upon tta
great body of tta American people, and
none other baa oocopied anob an el
bltad poaition for to long a time, a*
Beecber. Tba representative of a
family dieting a labed for force, elo
quence and originality, be waa early
recognized aa tta anqoeattosed leader
of tba palpit oratora of tta United
States, aad tba Impreaaion produced by
bia early eloquence baa only been Jeep
eaed and eonflrmad by tta lapae of
lime.
In Mr. Beeober's long career as a put
lie speaker, tbe most trying, aa well aa
tta most triumphant, episode was his
appeal to tta Kcgliah people in behalf
of tta eaass of the I'mon daring tta
darkest boors of the Bebeliion. Ita
feeling of hostility toward tbe Cnited
■tales among tbe people of Knglaad,
which they had sever tak. n great pains
to eonoeal, was mors and mars openly
expressed aa Confederate victories
seemed to make sertain a dissolution of
tta Union, until it almost seemed that
tta intervention of Great Kritaln in be
half of lbs Mouth was inevitable. Wtan
Ita feeling in England ran highest and
tta clamor for intervention waa loudest.
It waa announced that Henry Ward
Bseeber woald deliver four addressee in
England in behalf of tbe Cnioooaoae.
Tta announcement was received with a
mingled feeling of resentment against
tbe apeaker aad bia oaaae aod admira
tion at Ita boldneta of hi* undertaking.
He was fairly bearding Ita lion in its
dan.
Hi* addresses, delivered before audi
ence* Intensely hostile to hi* HUM,
ware dispassionate, iogioal and oon
vinoing. and they exerted a wide in flu
enoe upon the Kngllnh people. The
value of the lervioM which Mr. Keeober
ttatu rendered hi* oountry oaunot be
•veraatlmated. What the reealt might
bave been bad not the Kngliab war
fever beeo ebeeked by the oalm, oon
vinolng words of the American orator,
It la oseleas to speculate.
Ueeoher waa not, however, reoowoad
as an orator alone, lie wonld bave bad
• wide reputation a* a writer, even If he
bad never enter-d the pnipit or given
ntteranne to word* of eloquence.
Though bis efforts as a writer of flotion
were never received with much favor by
the pnblie. hia powerful editorial arga
tnents and comment* on correst events
bave ever been regarded a* master
pieoes. and hia werk* of a historical
•ad pbil isopbioitl character bave been
generally aooepted a* (tandards.
Intellectually, Mr. lieecher hvt bud
few equal* among hi* oont»*n. ptrarles
He vim a kern, logic il. inowive thinker,
and audi advaucing year* had aotue
wh»l weakened hi* great power*, be
oboee and maintained with vigor tbe
right tide of every public- question. He
wa* among the foreinoat of the auti
slavery leader* and he had a great
•bar* In moulding and solidifying tbat
public aruttuient in the North which
forni'd tbe impregnable defence of tbe
Nation and again*! whieh tbe warned
foroea of Ireaaou threw tbntiselve* in
eavnge onslaught in vain. In tbe
polltloa, literature and thought of bit
country for almost half a oentary,
Henry Ward Iteeoher baa occupied a
prominent place, and hie deal b will he
a* nooerely mourned by hia country
men aa would that of aoy living
American.
What the warrior'* hand can aeiite,
what the tongne of eloquenoe or the
pen of genioa oin wi i, what tbe bnilder
oaa bnild, what the readier can reap—
there I* a lean fellaw grasp* it all at iaet.
■«. toOKlUfca aa on* IKt I
Tbe action of Delegate Vovrhfta in
preventing tbe validation of the law*
affected by the deolaton of tbe Supreme
Court of WubiDgtim territory. cannot
be 100 (trongly condemned Tbe stale
menl that be prevented the validation
of tboae law*, may be objected to, but,
judging frem tbe record of the proceed
inga in the lioua* of 11-preventative* m
lest Thursday, that la precisely what
be did.
l'he "bill In cure defect* la the title*
of oertain act* of the l«gl«lative A*
eedihir of Waahington Territory" wa*
inlioduced ta the Svuate and wa» rt
p<wted favorably from Ik* Committee
•n lerrttoriea bv Seuator t'latt oa the
lueedav precediug tbe adjaarnment.
It wa* paaecd at one* and without d»-
cttaaton. tta Thuraday it wa* called op
ta tbe Hooee by IMegalc Wwrheee. who
ntteiapted lo improve the ocoaiiiia by
making a apeecb la favur of woman
•a®rage. Daniel, of Virginia, objecied
lo tbe •ooaiderati >n of the bill, but of
fered to withdraw bi* , kjection if Mr.
Yoorbeee would agree to except yi,
woman *nfTrage law. fti* Mr. Yooy.
been declined to do, wbereopon *ev*ral
other objection* were offered, lb* ob
jector*. however, all a war lug the Dele
gate that thev wonid withdraw their ot>
Jectiou* if be would except ibe woman
•u9rage law from the action of the
bill. The latter atlll declined to do thia,
however,and tbe bill went over,
Tbe unreasonable nature of Mr.
Yoortwea' attitude will be better under
atood when it 1* remembered that the
owaaideration of a bill *0 aitoated la
preveiiled by one objection I here wa*
no hope of securing the |<aa*Age of the
bill with Ihe woman tuffrage act Its
•luded. for half a drieh ol jectioo* had
already boea i lfered t here waa & I
therefore, aay excuse for Mr. \ ,»>rheea'
altitude. Hecaoae be could not secure
the validation of Ihe woman anirage
act. he deliberated t<n>vvnie4 the vail
dauon of the auoieroo* other «M, with
defective litlea. Il w»< an exhtbtiioa
of attber dtnagiYi) or petulanoe.
maintaining hi* poailioo Mr. Y\«irhee«
Otild beoefll aabwdy. Bv receding fro*
it he oould have beaeSued the people of
<* Mhlogton l emtary. He efaowe la jo
he former—to prevent tbe paaaage of '
toe bill a* oompletely aa if be himaaif I
had Interpol tta object »e to its SOB
«i4«ntioi.
Of «m, b »um be Mid with «w-
UiatT ttat Ita b«U woald bar. become
• tow if Kr. Voortaes tad eoosaated to
except tta toon raff rt«* tot from it*
operation, bo* tb« chances are alto
gsttar tiu it woald. It tod already
passed tta Boosts and tad been called
tta Hjnm and oosld btn btca
passed by tbat body iatiw aborttime.
So otoj—tiam nn offers! to it* eon
aideratioß tan tkow beeaass of tta
womaa nffnee fsatare. and tiu tfcey
••re «1M oot by Mr. Voortaes' ill
timod q»*«b. It la axceedingly pr< b
»M» tbat tta bill woald now be a law
bat for Mr. Voortaes, aod tbat ail tta
ouafsasoc wbieb may result frosn tta
Supreme Court decision woald bare
been avoided. If Mr. Voortaes aooid
bavs dome tta aaass of woman aoflrage
as? good by bia bliad persiatenoe. bis
attitude might bavs been joatiSable a*
regarded from a suffrage stand point,
bat it wu beyond bu power to do Rood
to anjbod7 or anything ezerpl by yield
log tta point at tsaae. I f all tba oonfo
a ion which baa been predietcd because
of tta defestively titled lawa really
arises, tba people will bate Mr. Voor
bees, more than any oltar maa, to thank
for it.
In another eolamn will be found oom
maoioatiooa from two membera of tta
late Orand Jory, diaelaiming all inten
tion of reflecting on ex-Coanly Tress
arer Hill in tta suggestion mode in tta
report of tta Grand Jory that the books
of tta County Treaaarer efaoald be tab
jecied to an expert investigation. From
these communicatione it may be gather
ed tbat there waa no evidence before
tbe jory which woald warrant tbe belief
thai there ia anything wrong in tbe
Treasurer's aoooanta. Thia beiag tta
eaae, it is aomewbat aingalar tbat tbe
accoontaof one official should be pointed
oat as being in need «f investigation,
while those of all others are aniusn
Honed. No public offioial should shrink
from a fall investigation of bis ae
soanta, bat tbe recommendation of the
Grand Jury in tta forui in wbiah it sat
made, totally onsaatained by evidence
aa it waa, waa, to say tbe least, repre
hensible as caating an unwarranted im
putation. Kt Treasurer Hill is perfectly
willing to have bia aoooanta thoroughly
luveatigawd, and tbe POST IVTEIXI
oiMcaa believes tbat auoh an investiga
tion would convince tbe moat aksptioal
I that tbey are in perfect order.
HfcKfc A*D TMKKE.
(Lionel tleorge O Lyon last evening
announced through the columns of the
Tinii i that he hmd aauuiri! editorial con
trol of that paper. The-l'oeT-IxTKi.u-
ÜB.M kr congratulates th. people of Heal
tlo upon the return of Colonel Lyon to
hia editorial duties, knowing that hia
power* will always be exerted in favor of
truth, justice and good go vert went.
Colonel Lyo*. as an editorial writer. It as
few superiors on the i'aciflc Coast. Hl*
production* are always well written, hia
thought is alway* vigorous and strong,
and his argument* are alway* logical and
to the point Increased prosperity majr
Its predicted for the Timea under the con
trol of so able an editor.
I«r4 Wolaelsy. in an article on Qt-neral
l«e. In Macniillaa's Maga/.ine for March,
make* the following comment upon the
military operations ilurlng the Rebellion,
and points out a defect in our military
system which may be felt In the future
as severely aa It lias been felt in the past.
General VVolsely lays:
I<ee* conti na'ioHS to secure victory
were the conceptions of a truly gre<t
trate<ts», ami when !h■>) had been ef
fected. his tactics were also most always
evcrytli ng that ootiUl be desired up to
the moment of victory. Hit there his
ac'ion seemed to stop altogether. Was
ever an army to helplet ly at the mercy
of another aa that of McClelian when hi
U'gau his retreat to llirri-ons landing,
after the *ev»n days' fighting around
Kfehuiondf What cum man <l"r could
wi>hto have hi* foe in a tighter place
than Hurnxide wa* in after hia disastrous
attack tip in I.en at Fredericksburg) Yet
n both instances the Northern com
minder gut sa'ely awty; and oth«-r simi
lar instances could be mentioned. The
critical military .t >d*nt of thi« war. who
Wnowtt th« pow*r which r*«ul%r troop*
well offl vml mui\ w*U dirvctcsl by a
elfloieat »t«tf. In the
haii'tw of an «b * U»n*ral. an 4 who haw
acquire 1 att an4 c«»mpl*ta know
of what thcatf two tont*ndiatf
Am*rl< an armies w*r« rpal y lilt*, will. I
think, aicrt*** that from flmt to laat th« co
opo a ion of evra on* army corpa of r«tC'«
lar troop* wotil i ha%* complete
victory to which ever side it fouuht on.
Th* Or. tfonlan vanturo* tha followiaic
in renurd to th« rtfect of the In'er Stalc
l\>mm«rce law:
It i« ih* opinion of railroad ofllctalaof
hi«h stand inn that the effect of the Inter
*t»t* i 'oramerre bill, a* r*tfant« I'acitic
<*oa*i irAlHc. will b« to divert through
btiaiDeta from ou' own raim>*d ltnee to
ho Canadian Pacific and the Pacific
Mail, ihattm Toffland and Ban Krar
ct*oo cIA get mm h lower ratt** from the
Canadian I'acidc and th* Mail
than from our own line*
[Salt Like Irihane.'
It i* *tated from S«w York tbat the
Canad an I'aoflc Hallway, wbiob re
cenlly chartered ike Canard atsareafcips
'• I'artbla," " Itttavia " and " Abyssia
i« " for it* t'acilic trade, baa arranged
to atart it* line from Vonooaver to J»
pan aod China porta. Tbe " I'artbia,"
says the telegram, wiU be tbe tir»i
sleauier of the line leaving Hong K >ng
byway of Hi g» and V kobaiea. for
Vancouver. the vessel* will mn month
ly nntii new steamship* are bailt. The
line will connect with maritime lineein
the Kast India trade.
Ibe above ta practically a notice to
tbe American people that their anprrm
acy in tbe I'aciS.- carrviug trade ta to
!>e attacked, and an earneat effort made
to deprive tbi* country of tbe a*ea and
profita of that trade The n»w , cean
line will be backed up a* no American
tinea have *vsr been backed up; it will
have a (vwrrful transcontinental line of
railwav to work etelasiveiy f,>r it* heae
At and advantage, tbat railroad 11
—lf «u'*tdi**d beavilv by tbe t ana
dian t*ivernmaat. . lie«ijes thia. ibe
steamship line will enj is dir»>l and «uf
:.ciei.t •ulaudiea from tie Kntiab tjov
■teii eul, and uiciobanta will
•tipaUle with rigor never dreamed of
by American* mtrebuu la behalf of
Ymeriean vessel*. ihsl all their tr.flS
wbich rc*» « (t« I' .cino «hall be 4>ne
by then owu sieamsb p line: and tbi»
they will do even if u,»y tiave u, ,av
h gher rales f. r a time Ail these help
; fal f.rces are now bring pat ta motion
lo a »ure tbe umm of the Hrii »h
Canadian I'acitt < r.ne, and a g -vd atart
over acv possible canter help for
American linee bv American or :
I belt t. t.romeot numrrd. Hal there
ta no talk in Ui* »antn about helpinc
tbe tmerioan Uaea. aave a general out
cry thai it ir.aal not be dot, if thev
< auiu.i unaided ivmiiete with a *utaul i
«»d line, ike op<o!ua u f po{iuci4Q4 ■
i* thai they ought it* go down. Tbe
prnepeel i* ih»i tbe American mtrioe
oa the 1 aciflc will d *ap|war. aa it ha*
Ot the kllacuc and Iheu there will be
a repel.uo«k of the did rS rl to bold
fc UnJv re*p,nait4e ft it, bat B o
fracnoal ••on ta rej<air the lt.ary. It
•a ■. Ole evideri thai there ta 94 be a
Ct»ngr of (Miicy in thu amiiri in re
»»rd to ite ocean commerce, a* we
Uoghl a* well ertUe down to the idaa
lhai we d.vn'l want it, wtlob 1* tbr tru«
1. rati'tia' of the policy hitherto pnr«a».4,
in n'-iie of nouy that w.
N-gret the Ke. »f a We u.a*t el'.ker
»a* "ther nation* do to build up and
* i " ocean or quit trying i
o gri it, or cm«w for it. Ihia cowing j
SEATTLE DAILY POST-INTELLIGENCES, TUESDAY. MARCH (. lit?.
Psrffie Oms Krwk will afford a
good opporicnitt ts lb* Aatrwu pso
pls to say which tl»? will do.
1/1 nT"'*"?- iiif i &•»*»■*
aa It it form* a monopoly of "whieb
N«w York so* tta ebietf benefit Tba
injiatioe at met a statement m appar
ent to iaoM pcopie wbo bave tafcao tta
trouble to tbiak about tta master with
out prejudiee.bat there are nt>alo«btsdly
•ooe who are misled by tboae wbo
spsak to this way To all socfc w* eem
mend tta remarks made by OntrolU r
of tta Trsssary Trer bolm. at the din
ner of tba N-w York Board of Trais
ani Transportation. on Mood*; laat
Mr. Trenbolm pointed oat that tta
national tasking sy«tem had given tta
eoantry a etaspoees of exebasge and a
facility of oolleetioos neb aa do IM
exist anywhere alae is tta world. He
*«d tbat. while be tbosgbt that New
York tat ita fall abare of tta ad'an
t-tges of tta ayatem. bia oarefol study of
tta same had cooviaoed bia tbat tta
syrem was of greater importance to
ssery other part of tta eoontry tbaa it
was to tbe city of New York. Mr.
Trenbolm la not a New Yorker, aad bia
statement wu not dictated by any par
tiality for tta metropolis. but by bia
own ooaemoo aeaae, aad by bia knowl
edge of tbe workmen »f the national
banking ayatem
BOElf
I>IL WORTH — In Seattle. Ma-rh 6th. to the
wife ef Rev. K. B. Dilworth. a son.
NKW ADVKKTISKMKKTS.
18. H. FINCK & CO.
WK TEST EACH EYE AND ADJUST
a glass to suit.
WM, H. FINCK ft CO..
street, next ts Kellogg'a
d f ug store mh» lm
Sight is Priceless
HAVE YOUR EYES TESTED AND
spectacles adjusted at
WM. H. FINCK A CO.'S.
Commercial atreet, next to Kelt gg's
drug store. tnbM lm
EYES.
\ R OU CAN GET YOUR EYES SCI-
A entiloally tested and spectacles Et
t» d in gold, ailver, alnminurn, xyeluite,
nickel, rubber or steel,
mhs lm WM. H. FINCK A CO.
REWARD.
If THK PERSON IN POSSESSION Of THE
overcoat uk*a from tbe Paacm block on
Haturday or Sunday. will return thr feok
' »»• In the lOCkw.be may keep the cost
and lbs |IO bill whirb w«« In 'far book. Send
bosk by m<t> to Po'T-IyT*Luus»csß. ud no
qnsstioua will he a*krd. mrft 6
New Today.
I'HK CALIFORNIA HOTEL, POKT
I Townsend. W T, for sale. Apply
within twentj days. No incumbrance
CApT. C. J. UH.UKKT.
m »* Propr.etor.
RKPSKT OP INK CONDI ri»M
Of the Puget found National Bank of
Beittle. at Seattle. in the Territory of
Washington, at the close of busints*
March I, 1887:
RKSOIKCKS.
Loans and discount* J.'Ol 812 41
t tverdrafts * Jjy,
U, 8. bonds to secure circulation 12.600 00
Other stocks, bonds and inort
,*■«£! 6,37131
Due from approved reserve
ag-nt* y,?03 54
li'ie from other National lianks 1,004 68
l> -e from state banksand bank
er* 1,860 32
Real estate, furniture ana fix
< urrent exgienamand taxes paid IMO 30
Hills of other hanks 1,165 00
Fractional paper curreecy,
nickel* and cent* 7J 20
8 pec to . 22gi5io
Redemption fund with U S.
Treasurer (5 per cent of circu
lation) 562 50
Tot*! J36A.216 71
UABIUTIIH.
Capital stock paid in $ «0 000 00
Surplus fund 10 000 00
Undivided profits 12.152 17
National Hank not** outatand
, '?«■ • 11,250 00
Individual deposits subject to
check. 105,330 15
Demani certificates of deposit IS.tiMS 81
Cashier's check* outstaading... :«l 1,
Hue to other National Hauk* ~ 12 7»3 07
Due to Stale banks and bankers 11.705 t»
Total
Tkhbithhv or W'sxmixoton, 1
County of Kirg. j m:
I. J. Furlh. Cashier ef the above
tamed hank, dosolemnl/ swear that the
above stale■nent is true to the best of my
know ledge and belief.
J. FCRTH. Cashier.
Subscribed and swoin to bafore me this
7th day of March. IXB7.
„ . . v - HUGO SMITH.
Notary Public in and for King county.
Cormsct—Attest:
K. I' FEHHY. )
A. II Stswart. J Director*.
Bah.kv OAT/.KKT )
MEEKER'S
EC oid Oulturo,
S) 50 POITPAI3, BY MAIL
E. MEbKER & CO..
NOTICE
IS HKItKHY* UIVKN THAT THRKK
I will be a special mewing of the Hoard
of CountyCeanmiesion r* at the Auditor'*
o(Bee> on the 11th day of March I*S7. for
the purpose at i>-g»n ing the said Hoard,
anil arranging for th- procurement ef a
proper abstract of the property of the
ooiiotj fcr the iik of the t'onnl) Anaaesor:
and also for coruodering the advisability
of. ami if deemed advisable, the employ
ment of aa accountant to examine Into
the books and ao«x» nle ef the county
offloere LYMAN WOOD.
in h*' « County Aml it ir
HORACE GREELEY slid
"Go West."
On or about the Ist of April
HALEY & WRIGHT
Are gotag Kaat aad South.
To premie.* now ee, apir-d by LitUa Mac.
AT
612 Front St.,
I aJe» Maaoa c Hall.
To aava breakage and loaa la
waavlac, w« will eel| ai
kei-rsek price*.
ICE! ICE! ICE!
THE PUGET SOUND ICE CO.
\yi ARE NOW PREPARED TO DELIVER ICE or THE nXEBT QUALITY
»f ia a & limited ntuuiYitifm
AH netfl cvtaaen wffl bs supped with ice at i on omt pcrmmd tpw
apptica'iwß at thia oflca. or to George TT. Magics is A Co, Seattle 3ada Work* Mill
street, who have charge cf tta eity delivery. ,
Special rates gives, on appueaCcm at this office, to adl parties desiring las to
large aßanhttee-
Tta arteatiOß at packers of treat fish la especially called ts the fact ttat they
can sow obtain ioe is aay qoaatlty desired, aad at Tory tow figurta.
OOce sal works, foot of Seaeca attest.
WM. m. OTMLE. Tlea PrtaMast.
K. A. BnaocT. Itratary. '«
WAJfTS— TO LET-r OR SALI—KTC
WANTED-
A GIRL TO DO OKNERAL HOUBE
work. Apply immediately at tta
residence of J. F. Mi.NAUGHT, corner
of Sixth and Marion atre»ta m»!t
fTTANTED—A GOOD STRONG BOY.
V* to do erran'a. Inquire at Golden
Rule Bazaar. Referencee required, at 1
Piano Tunln*.
MR NITSCHKK 19 IN THE CITY ASD
will etay as long aa neceaaary for tua
contract* in p ano tuning. Prompt atten
tion to epecial orders, left at I >avfee book
store at l««m»m or Ponaohrey*s. » «w
FOR_SALE.
Icn A RES OF LA NR. UH MILES
*«■' freni Seattle, and 2H miles arove
Bla-k River on the county road. Said
land is lo ated in township 23. sections '0
and 31 For further particu ars write or
c*li upon JOHTS CHRIST.
Seattle. Bccon4 stre t, between Main
and Waahl' gto". mhi
WANTED.
AGO9D FAMILY T<"> ADOPT A
littl" gir! b*b;. now 2 month* old.
1* (food health. Address Poetofflce box
358. Seattle. W. T. rohiSt
Wood Working Machinery
P>R SALS -SUITABU FOR SABH
a»d docror furniture factory. Inquire
of O. DORFFEL, Seattle, W.T.. P. O. box
«*). Office C. E Bowman. Front st. mhfm
FOB SALE AT COST,
IF BOUGHT SOON—THRU WATER
front lota.
Lot 9, in block E
Lots V sad 10. in block J.
A. A. Denny's fourth addition.
Inquire of H. H. PEABE
mhitl-n Corner Eighth and Spring sta.
VIOLIN XESSONS.
CORKKCT METHOD-MODERATE
terms. Addresi W. MATSON. P.O.
box <27- feSlm
I AM DESIROUS OF OBTAINING
e-nployment at dressmaking or plain
sewing; br the day if desired. Address
P. O. box P55 to K. 8- C.. or house corner
of Fifth aud Jtifcreon streets. ft£2 Un
OFPICK TO LtT
AF R O N T OFFICE. CENTRALLY
located Address "G.," ca e PoeT-
I.VTICI.I lIiKXCKR
SI'ITE OK KOOn
A FINK SUITE OF ROOMS. APPLY
st Post Ivtki.i.igk.vi kr office.
TTHJRNISHED ROOMS TO LET.
P with or without board ; rooms $6 ta
$8 per month Everett House, rear of
t out House. Fourth street delO
FOR SALE
A N EXCELLENT MULE TEAM
a V tr+e from blemi* h And good aixe. In*
qu<re at thia offlre. XXX. felS
WANTED.
5 farm hands. 125 month.
Roy. IS years, for farm. sl3 month.
Milker, i.'#> month.
Railroad choppers and laboien.
Sktddor S4O month; woman cook |JS.
FOR SAT.TiI
Flo* lot. 7-rootn house and stable, Kiev
* nth aad Jackson streeta, $2500.
Lot 3, bl S8 Terry's lit, house and Im
provements
Uiu It and 19. bl 12 McAWfc, $315 and
$350.
1 he 4 beet lots in bl 61 Moss art. s<ieach
• lesred lots In Blgelow's ad. $75 and t*S
Bl '.lO Mayoarda I aks
Ixita S and 8. bl 93 Terry's 2'. S2IOO.
Clearei lot*, bl I Lawler's, $-T25
1 at* 5 and 6. bl 23 Y osier's Ist. $>2.5.
Furnished restaurants. $2! < and f 1200.
City hotel f(t»*i Steam laundry. Sa
loon aad lodging house. Vacant govern
me«i claims, pa t bottom land. sjo. Itn
p oved ranrhes. (KiO to sJ<k».
Mortgagee an solid property. $l9O to
SIOIKO. City and county seHp.
New and second-hat d sefee
V,. -ni»r compass and surveying ■■■
ooult. SSO. VSJP
Furn'shed hon» and lease, center of
town. SJOU.
WANTED.
Tn loan s.so<> and B3MO on irood security.
Houses ti rent. Money f»r Investment.
Women and girls at sls to S3O.
FOR~~RIMT.
3 Improved farms on sharea.
Fruit and vegetable ggMen. slls a year.
2 farms on l.ake WiAhlurtoc, orchard*
hy. etc,, no caah rent
Routes and rooms in all pe-ts of city
OKO. W. CRANK,
waeh. Tar. Employment B ireau near
o>r Commercial and Waahiructon stroe's
Seattle. m h3
Money to loan on
• improved city and
farm property.
Real Estate bought,
sold and leased.
Houses to rent.
Apply to
HERMAN CHAPIN,
o >r . OffHnul Helel
FOR SALE
Men i>ino9 heretofore ram
b r Seattle iron Works u macklne
aboa and foudrr. corner erf Second ud
JfceiJOO WMi.
MACHINERY:
I 16 •win*. IS fr«
I patar. 1* ia t>T > (b. bj « f«»t
I I p-icht Onll X lack. ui n»iK feed
all of <r«>alrt £ Ibartwdt Euttufkocvr
I Vortical Mas i la. by <
and bo :er
I Honiocial su*am Kac.ne. T* la. br
Ilia., all tn«ood condition. Apni* 10
HENRY B IvOufiU
* Atl rn*r u Law.
NOTIOH.
T B * syMC'MHIMt LIST FOR THE ,
1 new t>a ;dta« tmoa*>\om ta bow om
at Um odkM at T. M Hetaraoa Otj
toraa*. r«U la j
A FINE WATCH
Wheo repaired by a botch maker
will sever keep ttans eorrectty. Ttao yea
will trysßottar (so-csUsd wmtshmakerl
aod your aratch will bs to a worse coodi
tion still. besHes you ars ont a consider
ible amount of money. You will tToid All
this troabto aad ywar watch Will be to p-r
fact order wtan repaired aad regulsted by
C. BENINCHAUBSRI,
The Watchmaker.
He keeps tta only place adapted for flne
watch repairing. Uaoire first for the
place before givtsg work to soane ose elss.
Chronometer repairing aad rating a spe
cialty. Observations takes daily oy son
and star time. jail 3m
TO THE PEOPLE OF SEATTLE
AND OTHERS.
CERTAIN UNSCRUPULOUS PER
sons have represented to eur detri
ment that we manufacture only cheap
intentionally oonveytog the idea
that our soaps are of poor quality, wtan
seen is NOT THE CASK. Though la ane
aea-.e of the word our soaps are cheap, the
purchaser Is retting more soap af a supe
rior quality than of certain higher priced
soaps. We make all grades ef laaa ry
and household soapat, and 'pecially reoom
men 4 our WESTERN QUEEN SAVON
aa auitable for all uses and alwaya giving
eat .afanion. Because of the Uiorooghsess
with which this soap cleanaea ao Bot
think that it ituures the clothing. We
guarantee satisfaction (money re'unded if
othe-wiael and that it will not hurt the
hands or injure tbe moat delicate fabric.
Do you wi-h ts build up year home to
dustries? If 80, yoa will find as deserving
of vour patronage. Insist upon the use ef
only this scan to your hooaehold. Ask
your grocer for it aad take ao other than
the Western Queen Savon. We aak yon
as a favor due ta your home industries to
purcbsac sne box of thia soap aad givs It
a thorough trial.
lei SEATTLE SOAP CO.
PATENTS
CtKEITS. TMDE IIRKS UD COPY-
Rights obtained, and all business in tta
U. S. Patent Office attended to at moder
ate feea.
Our offloe is opposite the U. S. Patent
Office, and we can obtain patent, in lees
time than thorn remote from Washington.
Send mods ok urawi.n'o. We advia.
as to patentability free *f charge; and we
make mo charge unless wi obtain
PATENT.
We refer, here, to the Postmaster, the
Snpt of Money Order Dlv.. and to officials
of the U. 8, Patent Office For circular,
advioe. term* and references to actu I
client, in your own State or oounty. write
to l'. A. »»» W dc CO..
Oppodto Patent Offloe, Washington, D. C
Real Estate
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
MONEY TO LOAN.
T F YOU WANT TO SUY LAND, IN
-1 side or outairie of the city limit, of
Peattl*- land from one acre upwards, or
residence property, improved or unim
proved. also business lots, or a good In
vestment generally we wlil give you a
better bargain than any Arm in town.
We keep a conveyance and take plea*
are in showing property.
GEO. DORFFBL.
Offloe with C. E Bowman. opposite Ye*-
ler-I.eary building. Front street.
P. O. box ÜB. no2S
ILLDOND & PHILLIPS
FOUNDERS
A.ND MACHINISTS.
KstlmateM given all
elnmes of Foundry ud
Machine Work.
Corner Front and Nprlat
strtrU. p. o. Box Sit, (Se
attle-
D. T. DENNY & SON,
RBiL BSTATB BROKERS
Lumber Dealers,
ROOMS 7 and 8. FRYE'S OPERA BLOCK
P. 0. box 252, Seattle, W. T.
LOTS AND BLOCKS FOB SALS IN
North Seattle.
Ix*s and blocks far sale In D. T. Dea
ny's first, second third fourth, fifth and
sixth addition* 11 T I >enny's Fa k addi
tion and Nob Hll addition.
Busineaa and residence lots and blocks
for sale tn various parts of the ctty.
Ten-acre lots noar the oi'y.
Farm and farm lands in King, San Juan
and Island counties.
WtNTIB
More farms to sell aad lea-e.
Mare houses to rent.
More city lota and blocks Is sell
More business property to sell
More money to invest in flrstclaas
mortgage securities We guarantee
NINE PKH CENT
K< turns oa mortgage investments.
Before buying elsewhere call and look
over oar list of property.
Taxes paid and lnvcstm.-nts tnvle for
non resident parties.
Agents far the Westers Mill Company.
tV»i inspundeooe from abroad solicited
m.
I WILL DO WORK AT THK FOLOW
>ng reduced prices:
Set of teeth, worth sls. for ||<l
Best set of teeth, worth S3O for 13
Extracting 50 cents
All klads of tilings Gold cowns on
broken teeth : gold plates: nerve treat
ment. etc. at pr jporti uately low prion*.
All Wot k H'nrraatrd.
TEETH EITRICTE3 WITHOUT Pill
, Hy th» a«e of T taliset air. ether or chlo-
JOHN O MUX Kentiat.
I and 1 YeaierLeiry Black. ocr.
Mill aad Front afreet*. mkl
NOTICE 7
I HAVE THIS OAT SOLD ALL MY
I interna la th« firm of Calkin# t Fer
fiiou to J. B. Brook* Th« firm will br
known heraafraraad the boala-a carried
on under the n«n»e of Fenruaon A Itrooka
who will ooUeet all outat tadinc aceaoat*
aad par all inde Medcea* at the lata Arm
<rf Calkin* It Feroiaon
HANNAH A. CALKINS.
P»r W. Calkla*
SkiTTLB. W. T.. Fab. 16. IW7.
*' reapartfoUj aolieli the patrocace at
tba people or Smile, eapeeially the old
"oat -man of the above earned drm, aad
tru« we will be able to maintain Ike food
name thi* hoa-e h<a bene ta the naac
fei: lm FEKOI"SON A RkiYiK*
GUNS REPAIRED,
IL'O 6EIERIL JOBBIRC DOIL ILL
WORK WIRRIITEO
JAMBS WHBT
•1* frw* ti.. aaxl to It iter AC«
M la
WE DON'T WANT THE EARTH!
■QOEST PRICES MD SMALL PROFITS IRE SUFFICIERT.
o— —
A combination hard to beat: Energy, Experience, Cash.
A bald-beaded baby eu do M well aeita bald headed grandpa at oar Mora. aa
wa hare hat one price for aIL We nil to brtac to romr notice oar laten and
HWII offer in
MONEY SAVING BARGAINS.
A maa'a JadcmeM 1* part of hie fortaaa. We will Jirore this to every rial tor
with good* aad prtcee to convince the Jiidgiaunt that
Dollars Brought to us will Save you Dollars.
That you eare money aad yet eocnre the beM ia demonstrated ia our
■plea did (took of
Oroolto r y, Olasswaro,
HOISE FTR2VISIING GOODS,
MUSICAL DfSTRIMBXTS,
Baby Carriages, Baskets,
Tin, Agate and Wooden Ware.
S.M* Pierce Ft ret Clasa Choice Sheet Mule, (elected by ear Mr. Lobe from
bankrupt Mock oo Poet street. Saa Prancitco, will be told for l* oenta each, wort
from to cants to »!-*.
GOLDEN RULE BAZAAR.
E. LOBE & CO 830 Front street
ONLY $8 A LOT
For 8 and XO Acre Traots In
SOMBIRYILLE
Three miles from our office.
o
Business Sites. Hemes,
Vacant Lots and Farms
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
ZiCXd NS NEGOTIATED.
H. H. DEARBORN & CO., - Bankers
Commercial and Jackson streets.
detfw
[email protected] ALBERT HANSEN,
Quick-Train]S'wiTCHES WATCHMAKER
VnequaJhd^j^£Ss£f^fMCTllllo
in SERVICE JUWELGII.
SOI.K AUKNT roR mi
CELEB RAT E O
s*seral •'Jr V prtndmd Mia MI ■
Yesler-leary Block,
bCtruera Con AswiU (touting „ '
gi^tcr.M«l witiTaFrom street - - Seattle
■ailwtj men. Tm*j Full Warranty. mhS
QUEEN CHOP HOUSE,
Tho Epicure's Resort.
Oysters. Steaks Chops and Gams In every sty'e Rrellers a specialty.
Regular Dinner at «p. m. Open all night.
34 Commercial sicrp«t ) • Nrp.t 1 |«.
ENTERPRISE PLANING MILL,
West st, between Madison and Spring* Seattle.
o
Contracting and building. Store and efflre fixtures. Dco.-s. sash nionlding
bracket, snd all kinds of house trimmingi mads to order. Stair building hard
weod aewel. and balusters. Boxes made to order. Orders from abroad will reoeive
pron.pt attention. P.O. Bex 100.
feifi lm JltHI W. tNDKBSOX. Proprietor.
THE ALSACE HOTEL,
EAST EkD OF LONQ BRIDGE, .... OLYMPU, W.T.
JACOB BTAMPFLER, Proprietor.
LOWMAN & HANFORD
Stationery and Printing Co.,
Star*, corner Fourth and Cherry streets; Printing office. Poet BnlMln*
Mill street. Seattle. lfii
ATTENTION, SHOEMAKERS.
The Poget Sound Hl<!e and of Seattle sells all kinds of Leuter
eqnal to beet Kaatern m*nufa» ture, at better than Kastem prices.
Honest Leather. Small Profits. Home Industry.
Wo middlemen. Cive us a trial. trig
T. D. BROWN,
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
Shop in Yesler Mill, foot of Mill street, Seattle, W. T.
Hc«!o(B-c box 359. frt If
Kl. €4.
IMPORTER AND JOBBER Of
CIGIRS IRO TOBACCOS, MEERSCHAUM GOOOS, PIPES. CUTLERT. STATIONERY
Mill at'eet, Yoaler-Leary Building, Seattle. W T.
Sole scents for the Flor de Madrid Key Wet dga a felo
Z. C.
Suceeseor to WaddeU fc Mlies! Wholesale aad Retail Dealer la
RANGES, COOK, PARLOR AND BOX
STOVES
MTOrdm from Ue country Mlictted and sattefactioa gvanuteed. m
«lre as a Call aad Look Through oar Immeane Mort
*ni Street, Seattle, Washington Territory
Washington Iron Works Co.
Foundry, Machine and Boiler Shops,
Oor. Second, Jackson and Third sta., Beattle
'• M. ntxai jg. supx
HATFIELD & GARTON,
Shipping and Commission Merchant*
Produoe, Hay, Grain, Flour Feed, Beans and Meals
HirtlaM ft Hanoi are sota niau >t tlaaula '— Ta.
'Jollahjad Cjrraa^W alkar. Ordara.brmaL and proaptt, aoaaded to.
MI3CKLLAJTOOC&
CiiaiPaci
RAILWAY.
SHORTEST, QUICKEST
AXD IH fTt*T ROnct
The Best Route.
TO *
Montreal. Toronto. Ottawa
Halifax, Portland. Uoatoa.
Sew Tort Cfcieago. *.Pa»!,
Omaha. KuMCltr. St-Uah
in
All Point* CM* and ioiiWaw
Finest Dining and Sleepiig Car
Route in the World I
Private drawing room* larariota im.
ins room* and elearaat bath
attached to all Sleeptn,
New and e'ecaat eeoond-rUaa TTwm_
from Pott Moody to Montreal,
free of Charge!
Courteous employee, tpleadM paatWK
•qalpmenta three tbooaaod nth* i
■mocth (Wei rail track.
ak>D« its entire length! AM
ever changing panorama of
Grand and Magnificent fteaaMj))
Bleeping ear accommodation*
In advance.
Bapid Traaill! Lowest la'w |
For foil information or ticket* tafia
or addreaa
K W. McOINKIB,
Paaaenger and Freight Alt* Seattle.
D. K. BROWN. Dietrtot Paaaaagw art
Freight Agent, Port Moody.
The journey from the Pacific to Ita At
lantic by thia now tranaconttaaatal Hm k
one of un'nterruptod magalfleaaoe fna
start to On tab. Mouauuca. lakaa. rtran!
Hawing through the moat magntOcan!
caayoßS in the world' Twenty aufaa
along a glacier front! Iba Rockr Maaa
Ulna! The 8«lk rkaand theOow rang.'
Folipee In grandeur and .abUmlty that at
the Alpa of 3wi'aerland 1 MM
O.O.NHOBETAOO,,
I'NOBRTAKIU.
Metallic, wood, and cloth ua land
Oaakata ud Cortina. Rabea. OloTaea*
everything rouuWta for fuaarala AJ
rradea of gi» »la. from tha chaapaat te
he beat ardarad by telegraph praaytli
tiled. Oolmana Kockrroat at. )]
AM UTitntmii ma.
To All Wanting te>Una<at
Wa want U«, anatgetle aad lapalili Afwl
In aiarj oounty in tha Unltad SHaiaa aad Caa*
ada. to Mil a patrnt artlclr of gr-at mat. on
tie Maarra An arttale baring a large aala. pay.
lag OTrr 100 par «at pre it. ha Ting at wage
tltloa, and oa which the ag*at ia pmtactM la
the .i ainaive aale by a drad given far teak aa4
•Ten anuty he may aecur- hea a>. WW all
theae advantagea to enr aganta aad tha fact thai
It la an article that eaa be Mid to nay boaaa
awaar. It tnlgfct not ba nwiawry to sake la
"txnaoaninaaTema" to aaeiT reod igaata
at one., but we hare aoocladcd to sake It te
■bow. oat on IT oar aonid.noe la tha waittarf
our la it* aalahiltty b» aay agaat
Stat will handle it witheaergf. Oa- ajaatt
BOW a' work ara uak in# from s!■ te fM >
month clear and thia fact ma kaa It mft f«c aa ta
make oar offer to all who ara oat of aaaplay
ment. Any agent that will t lea oar baataaaa a
thirty data' trtal and fall to dear at leaettlO*
la thia time, aaoTt ILL aaa ntara
all goodi untold to na and wa will rafted tea
money paid tor tbem. Any
•g*nt who would like ten or more eouatiataMl
wort tbem thivngh • ib-ajm»tefnr ninety dera
and ML to clear at leaet s7*o AMTS ALL TO*
FKITBM. e*u return all unfold end fat Mr
money beck. No other employer of #nr
darrd to make auch effeau, uer weuld we If we
did not know tbet we have »geoi«lew meklie
mere tban double the amount we [WWM;
tod but two ulea » day wnutd flee i pMi m
ever $123 i m nth. end tbet «»oeef oor acee*
took Mghtafß order* In one dep. Ow lerfe de
ecrlptlre etrcutfell explain am r efcr Mk. mi
tbeee we wteh to Bend to everyone out el em»
ploymeot who will Mod oe three me ml
•'ampere-poeta** *-* d at oooandamwe
the ifency In time fer the bontn.end
on t'>etermn named la our eit eordtnaryaffw.
We would like to have the addreea of ell the
ag-nta, sewing aneehlor eolieitora and oerym
te>re In the eouatry. and aak any reader ef this
tper who r*eda this «fi»r, to eend u at mm
o name andaddroeenf all auch tbey ta«w.
dd-reeat oner .or you will l<»ee the beat eeeoea
»er offered to thoee out of employ meat M
eke M«ney. KUNU Maauvaorraxim Oe.,
vtm lit Htnith field at., IMtiaburf. Pa
A SPLENDID OFFER.
Valuable Bulldlna Lota
Given away to Ivery
Subscriber.
To any one aenllng oa One Dollar tor tha
Southern Railroad Age,
For one year, we offer the fallowing val
uable Induoatnenta:
On receipt of oae dollar we will glace
your name on our eobecritlon Hat aad
.end you a dead far a town lot, to by KM
feet, adlwrnt to the beautiful and proa
peroua town of Wakulla, florid*, where
are located the famoua Wakulla Hpringa,
13 mllea aorth of the State capital. Tail
ia the moat II baral offer ever made by aay
publication In the Unitad Statea. we of
fer only alternate lota expecting to ranl
lr.e handaomely on the remaining Ma.
The inreatmrnt of one dollar mar make
you rich, t'y It ThaHouth la oa a boom"
now. auch aa never waa kaowa before la
the htatory of thia country, aad now ia tha
time to inveat and take your ohaaoe vita
the rest.
TAXIS We have paid Ihelaxeaoa theae
lota to March. IW to that you area! no
ezneare whatever. You ara auteompefled
to build or improve thl • aay
way, although many will bo lld theeaaa
iag yoar. Thia offer la good «lan ftpaa
March the Ut bend In yaor a«bacri|Kloa
ef one dellar and recelva th* fPf aad
deod by retu'n ma*L A4d»»*
SOFTHBHN KAIUWAB C J
feto In Laa rrtlW. Ky.
W M. ntlon paper whaa writing.
Notice of Dissolution
mroTic* ia hkkkbtoivbsthat
1* thf partnership berttohw iiiltißf
betwi en the undereijEt'd. under the ***>•
of thr- "HMUUe Soap Company. •
ktnn * Bumm-11. h— thl« day J*
solved by mutual content- All
f'OB the ra'd parineraatpwill be »«J4 >1
the undersigned C. B. Hueeell, n»o aS
dehui due |o Mid pertnerthlp *
paid to him.
The hudneea will be oootlna d (iff C. R
Ruaerll who will adterll • a»d carry*
the bualneae u heretofore under the m*
of the Meattle 8o«p Company.
II*IH •« Prattle, this ttth dayof t*
ruary l«f. R M. HOPKUJ*
fejsdlm HU**KU.
MINNKT
Telepltone Teleerapt CoipaiT
Cor. Sacaad u4 Cherry ill , Sealtfc.
L'STIiIATKK FURNISHED £o*
C< Klectrtea) work. Wire. BelK »■"£
rtaa and Kleetrlcal nkterUJ of all "*f
WELL DRILLING
fcin#rr for write *>f an? >l«r4fc fl J
I H«» frrt, fur H »t» r «»Tt w '»M Will- MM A
br*m kltf*. i.Md J*r«s Kif n j
Pipe*. ftfl •mr N "tmfa AS 1
I'rUirr* *l*4 M»r*m fVv«r M <rIUMW Tu
•rt lo work la *» hiiaitfM. ftu*ra»- i 1 j >
>•»! to drill fwirr aim! •th Iraa fit*
inr ihr. /f | | ;
U»4rUl.u vitala mrtH «r r>«4i /vf 4|
» »-. I.oA f-**. firwr. *ad a}'J M* ?
<N«n» ir« mat- /'/Iff
ui^Viifc 4 *«Tur r / 1 r i
*ll II J i
tip V.i ll I | •
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Vihl y£'j 4 ?.
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t-fttee • irfry rmid to
»•>» wnta »V*»« 2 #t*s# * *' Itury »«**a
frr%i#wt <* •r* ■» Th • ! » '' ln *Z^
iV»r«t3Mrt» y tut »U »•—T*
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1» -n* . ▼ . «t » tid'l ! -wAIWjJ*
fni!T It tfeM-r.« W »* tt»* T-rrff WT "3
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