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DAILY POST-IUELLI9EHCER
Jssoh Pitsrsen. a grooer of New York,
was aoaopellad to pay a lae of (100 yes
terday for violating tba aew eteowsax
garine law.
It ia reported that the preeeat week'a
westward boood freight baetoess will
eclipse that of say other preriowe weak
ia Iba history of the Pseifle railroad*.
Western marahsr is are layiag ia sep
plies before the effect of tba later (Mate
Oommere* law is felt ia higher rates.
TttMt'i wi«n» srrsifiMrt
Tba Powr-bmujoaacn baa wf dia
poatlion to belittle Tsooata, nor baa it
lbs least inclination to aay aught that
will retard bar profrreaa. II woald like
to aaa Taooma grow to be a eity of
affloeooe aad strength and bar eitisena
proeperooa aad bappy. Hsnoe, it ia
with a feeling of sympathy rather Uu
that of exaltation, that ws ooo!>raent
npon bar wasted opportaaity. Tbere
was a time when, if tbe eitisens of Ta
eoma bad eviaaed tbe an ma interest aad
enterprise in the building op wf their
eity as was shown by tbe Northern Pa
eifla Hallway; when, If they bad helped
tbemeelvee in tba sense Indoatrioos and
liberal way tbal tbia oorporation helped
them, we woald now aee quite a differ
ant Male of things. We woald aee tbe
Northern Paeiflc coming over tbe Oaa
eadea with banner* firing aad triem
pbaatly entering Taooci a. inatead of a
disappointed railway management look
ing npon Ha favored town with distrust
baeaaaa It aaa* bat little baeiaeas await
lag It aad tbe promiae ef that wbieb it
makes for the fnlare. We woald aee a
progressive slty running " oaek and
Baek" with Seattle in tbe rate for an
premaey instead of a Laggard town
wbieb baa waited for tbe railroad to do
It all, aad ia BOW taroing against it be
aaaaa the read ia aaable to give tba
prosperity for wbiob aba baa so long
hoped.
It is Bet an impertinent question for
na to aak, What more ean Taooma
reasonably ask of lbs Northern Paoifle?
The road has expended at least a qaar
ter of a million dollars to avoid the'
Bnequalaii* Pass and ihns reaeb Taeo
ma by another than the nataral Seattle
route. It baa given to Taooma a floe
ehoreh bnildlng, schools, hotel, gas
works, water works, aided ia a anbaton
tial wsy tba bollding of tbe best boai
naea property, aad paid out not lese than
1300,000 to advertise her. And for all
Ibis Taooma ia not grateful, bat mad,
ss Bailey Oatsert bae well said, beoaoae
tbe road will aot boild Ibem ware
houses, fill ibem wilb goods and send
Ibem drummers to sell them.
Now, wbat are the conditions here in
Seattle? Let tba disinterested stranger,
who baa mode them a study with a view
of aeltling either here or at Taooma,
answer. The Porr Irrrujiinou will
venture to aay. boweyer, that Seattle's
dark daya have gone by and from Ibe
discouragements of thoee daya tbeas
fearl-as, enterprising men have forged
a bleaalng. Tbe healthy proaperity of
tbis eity is In no amall degree the result
of that training whieh opposition give
tbe men upon wbom Seettle has de
pended for development. Like tbe
enemies of a eooragenas siati those
'o'«ss, wbieb at timee seemed strong
enough to lift and bear Seattle away,
have made for oar eltixsna b.rae and
sinew, and taaght them to know no
sash word as fail.
Tbe »'<*r Ivrn.i.MKNrMi ha* htrelo
fore been <>f tbc opinion that th« aom
nerciiil advautage* at tbe Pug> t Hjond
ooontry. with it« fertile valleys, with
foreat* deep, and mountain* *o rioh in
Iron and ooal, nod booked by the moat
productive wheal gtowiug ooontry in
the world, would warrant the building
of two or more eitiee on the Sound, and
It believed that Taeoma would be one
of tbeoi. Ia that it now nee* it* mi*
take, ainoe laooun ha* waitnl ber op
portunity and tbo* given to Seattle Mob
advantage* a* will foroe all mtertat* to
center here for protection.
Til nkw ant th
*■* itllHtl IMNI'tM.
A Mpjr of the bill which paused at
Victoria Tnnaday, to which we alladed
yesterday, ha* been reoeivej Coder
the above title, Donald Chlaholin, T. J.
Trapp and William MoOoll, all mer
chant*. with their a*aooialee, are tnoor
porated with the ueual railway power*
"to oonatract. maintain and operate a
railway," etc , "from »o» point near
the forty-ninth parallel of north lati
tade between Hemiabmoo Bay and
Township 16 In tba Hiatrict of New
Waatoi liter, to a,me point on the aontb
bank of the Franer river appnalte the
•ity of New We*tmin*ter." Mr. Obi*
bolm la I'realdent of the Hoard of
Trad* of New Weatmiaater.
We hope that nothing will intervene
to prevent tbe bill fro* brooming a law.
Vfltb the nortbweotern branch of the
Hellingham Bay Hallway <1 Navigation
Company'* Hoe and the main line of
the latter. It will aff >rj th* people of
New W**tmln*t*r direct oounecti >n
to thl* city. From the former place
there ia a branch of the Canadian Pa
ciOo to Vancouver, eo that Seattle will
t*t a direct line to the weetern terminal
point of that great railway and qaick
eonnecttou with tbe Canard steamer*
alreadv on the way to make a direct
trine Paeitii rente. It i* jiet a* im
portent to Ibt* city a* I* tbe northeast
ern branch of t(ie Belilngham Hay line
toward Hope, the latter giving a* quirk
Iran ait to and from the Kut by the
Northern root*.
w* cordially congratulate our l "ana
dian oonstas on th* prospeet. Vbe in
ternatlonal boundary line *h old prove
ne barrier to prevent tbe union between
tbeee two com pan lea, which aball con
■ect the tww moat prominent eitiea on
the mainland north *f Ibe Colaiabta
rimr.
* iitiruM laiaiu,
Probablr th*r* la bo out lo lb* world
*^* w wwdrt ar* mora common thai)
San Fraooiaoo If tb* toio* of tb* pr*«*
tber* to to ba Mm to r*pwu*nt tb*
»oiee of tb* p*- pl». **if deatraniHt
oadrr o*rtnn «•* dill, aa la b*ld to b*
praix-witrifcT. Kl** bow ar* w* to sat*r
peat tb* b*ad I in* of "Sfeattbto S«i:*>da' #
wbicb tb* r*+t ||«m to tb* i<*r(ie«:ar*
af tb* filt, 4t ir of a bar t*ed*r * Tbto
"oo* son oofortanat*" vaa f.onj d**d
to bia dkhb. atslb r*id*B««* tbat b* bad
ftabatt bia lifa bf tß*au« of attTcbctß*
Tba bodi vaa f-ucd iw»:W drcaaid ta
* (Bit af hiaak, aad m lb* banas «a*
a aaatod l*«t*r addrcaaad to tb* Clli
CViraßar. U*art Ttrg*r ea** ta d*tatl
Um naaniM far a»«>*ftmia« tb*ra*h \et.
Uw #Q® of Uwai affionettea t» teas :
nobody KM bias m 4 b» did sot like
Itw Mr bettor." Ws think oar eoa
u.porary', taaoota sad aafeetiw aom
■MM am m adair of this sort U salsa
able. Than are May iko
aaaastoMl dark kowi, *tm the
world areas jsst as MM* aad ongvate
fsl to tb*m as it did to the paor bat
(radar. If, knmt. la these aoataii
of ilaptasaluu we vara ail to toy vtofcsl
bands oa oaraeivwt. witboot neard to
Um claims oa as of lb-Ma w- left babied,
sosiesy woald be disraptod sad every
atedioal ana ba compelled to All tbe
role of a soreast. The ewmsoaat of oar
ooatoaiporary ia rendered the mora
heartless nd anjastiflable by Ma know
l«dar» that poor Turner la.'t a wife aad
family to anoara bia km. Will Iba
widow aad orpbaoa tbiak it a "seosibU
suicide" we at cm Id Ilka to know? Or
will aot tbe flipc-anl and erosi com
mentary of tha Pmt aeem like tbe faU
ia« of alodaoa tbe lid of tbe dead man's
at'l9 a.
uram it tevrr.
Tin British are taking to theraaslve*
the credit «f instituting namou re
formi in tlx redrw* of itwM io Egypt.
• endit which HUM of the Earopetn
poven se«m reluotantly dtopoaed to en
dorse. Considering sit the tfuiog of
blood thai tbe preeenoe of the Briltoh
baa worked in tbe Land of tbe Fbumbt,
tbe dominant raae there MO well affprd
to inaugurate some trifling reform* in
tbe ooaditioa of the vanquished felUb,
wbiob tbe former by tbeir ufloeoce
with tbe Khedive no easily effect. Tbe
vioioas *y*tem of Corvee hw been
abolished, not however withoat angry
remoustratioes front France, the tap
porter of it. Coder thi* *yttem tbe peo
ple of the ooantry bare been compelled
at tbe mere; of their rulera, to aaatot for
indefinite length* of time, and -for no
wage, at tbe eonatrootion of pablio
work*. Tbi* abuse to a* old ae the
Pyramid* tbemaelree. and long habit*
of submission to iajnetioe have de
pnved tbe wretebed proletariat of all
•pirit of reairtane*. By forty oenturica
of misrule. tbe heart of tbe Ooptto p»p
olation of Egypt ha* become broken,un
til. while poMeamog all the aatribate*
of mankind, tbe modern fellah to in
•pirit notbiag but an emaaoolated auto
maton. MOM of tbe work* the Egyp
tian peasant ha* been called to eipend
bt* atrength on are In ooaoectioa with
digging otn*l* or repairing embank
menM, though now and again a palace,
or *ome monument of uasleesneaa like
tbe aphinx might engage tbe labor* of
the unhappy eutject of tyrrany. Need
le«* to aay tbe latter'* owa private af
fair*, hi* sowing or harvesting of erope,
had to be indefinitely laid a*ide at tbe
bidding of hi* task masters. Now all
tbi* to ohanged and tbe wretobed, fellah
is permitted to oultivate bto own viae,
and live under tbe shadow of bia own
fig tree in peaoe. Naturally enoogb tbe
B itiih are taking to themielve* great
credit for instituting the to reforms,
bat tbe latter would have oouie with a
better grace bad (he former not eo im
poverished the ooantry with tbeir
war*, that all lbs natural wealth
In it, tnolading year* product*. of
the peasant's arop i* mortgaged.
We don't *ee that under these oironui
stance* the emancipated Oriental ba*
much oauae to be thankful to bis West
I eru benefactors for tbU'i bringing about
| bis nominal emancipation. Hi* labor
: will beueflt s ill •*b »dy else just tbe same
a* it did before, for i* not his master
saddled with a debt of |-t"».000,000 whloh
will have to be wrong from tbe tells of
tbe wretched suhjeot? How are the lat
ter advantaged by being permuted to
work on their own lands, when tbe frnit
of those land* mast go to refund "tbe
loan of tbe powers? " If emancipation
mean* no more than tbto. then we tbink
tbe luoklr** peasant of Egypt baa got
little to be thankful for. N-ltber the
Kugltsh or tbe Frenoh have ever bad
anv e louse for their presenoe in Egypt.
They bave never understood "the Hick
man of the East or hi* way*," and have
•ver shown a disposlti o to saddle bim
w th debt*, to fight lo .%ud iw -te out hi*
territory, when lbs disrupted and
sbauiefully governed Empire would have
got oil better by being allowed "to stew
quietly tn its own gravy." Tbe eastern
of employing tbe proletariat on pub io
works, though absolutely defenasleaa. is
snggaaiive of a time in the hial>ry of
our own eourtry, when it may bseome
nssmary lo employ the labor of our
ooaviet population on work* and ias
provemaate, which tbe laoal governing
b die* would not otherwise feet justi
fi-d lo undertake. Of oompetitiva son
v ot lator we shall always be deter
mioed opponents, at the same tm s, as
indoatri most not ba tsxed to saprort
idleness and crime, so we think tbe ow
oasioo might arise when we could give a
qualified sanation to Works oexnected
with sanitation and exoavation being
undertaken by eonviot labor when the
affairs of the county did n I admit of
its employing free. The concluding re
marks of oar artiole have been sag
geeted by the Corvee system of Egtpt,
sad while we are heartily glad to see it
abolished, we qaeation whether nnder
Hriliah o»eretoo and French lour
meddling th- lot of tbe emanctpited
fellab will be m-ich better than it was
befons.
a tattk it a (•rrtw.
'« Fram,t+-o I 'krv
Thrrr •« a Hi*a who bad gtr+t boat
DM* atiliil*. H* «i«t Jem Up bid
o"t • **t»« T l » liM taro «i ii.nintu do
; on »i Brat twfat i|»mi lo h ioto: bat
iratb m «lr*Dif*r ttoau Aotiun. lb*r*
aa* n Hi wfco had lb* cwci
iHp »*. alao « J*a, Ib* ft.ilm «r.*o
witb tb* ability <u the kind of thin*
tb* tu»o sub lb* ©ml tw
l.«oklo« for. Tb»T mad* a ptrtcrafcip.
<>«* ibvo.and dollar* e.pual r-pr.a*cl
*4 it* «*ai* 1 parts*r. *nd lb* ateltit
| ibr c*b*r frli.t*. »t d lb* aowktßatioa
i a»rk«d. IVI o)*.t* mont-» u j B<l ),
««« *»< l "or* Mill. QDtil OM dtt Ibr
'■ae "bo bad lb«9apitil .!t*d Tm *** <
Ik* flrin »m lack* If ibr f.tloa «tib '
t||* b .«»*•• ability had di-d tt>* Hb*r
'rll.'w w (kl km "EKWeJ." Tb* part
orr «bo Ji»d toft all hi* p*v>p*rt Jto th« i
iKta* pansvr. with lb* proaiao tba> h- I
•boo <1 pat lb* original capital of stOlk>'
i« tb* coffin H* vtnird caput! m ib* !
otb*» "Jd*. ton a**, aad I ••u pa* b*
tb'-><ubi tbat f*tl >w% ail"i houcM abil- '
lt» and a.i turner w*r* j i»i a* u a-«J» is
lb* maj ru« t *r* a* ibr* ar* b*rr
w*il. tb* poiiiwr w*ct lo ib*
rabbi aud i,«d bin all aboat it. Ur
w*a hoaiwi « ad coa<*»cti«a*.
" \ >« «o *cd i«l it ta <b* cflSo -tb*
SUAk ; , urn ihu *3 ir4 it, and ti till
i»*k« imi nc b4 Mat," Itid tr* nbtu
Tk* t*|t tiaw ifc* rabbi ui-t tb* bwi
a*** • an ba foaad ktn rtrj b«pp«.
" I>id »oa **«ti. tbat tbtac?"
"Ob, traa; ibU i *ll g t *d *
-Aad rv« pat ib- fl*» ta tb* soSur;
•' Tw; that i*l ;ai » off, tMn,
p»j*H* ta tMCTdM M
SEATTLE DAILY POST-fNTELLIGEHCER, FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1187
[Chabn 1 Searaaf]
"Ob, why are yoa waiting, ehildrsa,
yog watehiag tbe way?"
_Tbe King ooaaaa hoaaa today—
Tbe lag oa Ma maiiiiu chargsr,
Ia bia rtrtatag inliia erowa.
Ob, tbe baMa will ring. tbe clad birds
Wbea tbe Ktag eotnee baek to tbe
towa."
-Baa boas to yowr mothers, children;
la the l<wd M pilo and woe,
4ad tbe King. bey od the fore*,
rights with tbe Payaiia fee."
"Bat," estd tbe little children.
-The fight will sooa be past.
Ws fain woo Id wait, though the boor be
Isle-
Ba will surely come at last."
&> the sagsr children waited
Till the atomic of the day.
Till their nee were tired of casing
A! > a# tbe daety way;
Bo< tbere eame no eonnd of masie.
No fllaiiiog golden erowa;
And tears they abed. as they crept to
bed,
Wbaa the roand red aaa went down.
Bat at tbe of midnight,
While tbe weary ebildren slept.
Wo beard witbia tbe oily
The yotee of them thai wept:
Atoag the moonlit highway
toward* tbe sacred dome,
Daad on hi* sbisld, from the wet if ought
•eld—
'l waa tbaa tbe Klrg o«me boms.
TIK itrturtri IWUMIN.
[Fr»m the Ortgonim*.
The Interstate Cammeroe Commisaioß
ia DO* complete. Judge Cooley fu for
yean Chief Jostioe of the Supreme
Co art of Michigan. »nd is > very able
jartat. He baa a camber of
articles disoussinu muf of the ques
tions be will be sailed a poo to deride ia
hie new spbers of doty. Ool.nel Aidses
F. Walker was Lieutenant Colonel of
tbe Eleventh Vermont during tbe war,
baa been in active praettoe of tbe law
for twenty tears, waa a member of tbe
State Senate of Vermont in IHS2, and
baa always been tbe uti railroad ring
lawyer in bis State in opposition to ez-
Governor Smith, ct tbe Oeatral Ver
mont. He ia tbe first lawyer of bia
State and a warm friend of Senator
K Jmouds, to wboae recommendation be
doubtless owea bi« appointment. Ki
lie press n tat >ve Morrieon ia an b >neat
mao, of courageous poblio convections.
The other member 4 of tba Communion
—B-agg of Alabama and Sobooamaker
of New York—are men af legal edoea
HOD and eiperienoe aad of good-re
pole.
The law gor« into operation etrly in
Apiil. Under it tbe CoajtuiHioß'ri flrst
eboaeo serve two, three. fo:r, five and
•■xjeara respectively, from Janoary I,
1807, tbe term of each to be d>-eignated
by tba Pre-idmt. l'beir aocoea«ora are
to be appointed for lii yearn, unless (be
appointment be to All an unexpired
term. The aaonal aalary ia f7BOO. Any
Commiaaiooer mav be removed by tbe
President for "inaffloienoy, negl-ot of
doty or malfeasauoa in » fflae " Not
more (ban three (V>mmi-«ion< rs are
taken from the name politioal party
"No persoo in tbe employ of or holding
in' official relation to any common oar
rier subject to the provision# of Ibis
aot, or owning "look or bonds tterexf,
or wbo is in any way i eouoiari
ly interested th-r.-in, sh.il enter
BKOB tbe ontits of or bold such
< ffi»*." Nor shall the Commission* rs
engage in any othrr bosine**, vooatiot
or emplovment. lhe Onmmiasion is
authorised to inquire into tbe manage
ment of tbe baaineas of all com m m
earners subject to the povisions of the
aot. It is required "to keop itaelf lo
formrd its to manner aud rasthod in
wbiob tbe asme is Oondncted," and Is
olothed with tbe right "to obtain from
a':ob common and oomplete
information necessary to enable lb*
Commission to perform the dmies and
eirryoat the objocts for whiob il was
oreated." It is empowered to reqnire
the attendance and testimjny of wit
Besses and tbe production of "all books,
papers, tarda, c»ntraot». agreements
and documents relating to tbe matter
under inv. stigation "
I beC >mmias on n rtqoi ed to investi
g*te oomplainta of iilagal railroad
abuses and t > make report of tbe faots.
If it tiaJ* ttat anv wiongof oimmtf>-
aion or omisaion exists in vi ation of
the law, it is required t<> send <t oopy of
its report to the • Sending oorporatisr,
"together with a notion to e.a-e aid
de«lst from such violation, or to m tke
reparation for the injury done." If tbe
corporation refu.es i« beed this notice
or defies the authority of tbe Oommis
aion, then tbe l!ommia«ion is to prooeed
against the oorporation in tbe courts.
Corporations are made liable in dam
ag*s for irjtrira done, and officers are
sohj-c ed to tinea for offet.a s against
tbe aol. Ibe beadtparters and general
sessions of tbe Oomajisaion are to be in
Wa.biugton. Special sessions mav be
held in any put of tha country liiil
rasd oompaniea are reqaired to msks
nnnaai reports of their business tran
slations and financial operations to tbe
Oomm «Moo'-rs. and the latter are re
quired to make annual reports to tb*
Secretary of tbe Interior, by wboia they
arc to be transmitted to Oongrrsa.
AUISIt LI Wit KB Hl'.*.
f From Ckirmgo Lumberman ]
No Inmbermen in tbe country, per
bape, are more annua* abeat the prob
ahle etleet of th* Inter Stat* Comoi re
law than thoae in tbe vicinity of Port
latd. Oregon. Through the encourage
mrot of the Oregon Short Line of the
Union Pacific Hailrood tbev bad begun
to »hlp eonoderable lumber into Ctab
'Vorado. Wyoming and Nebraska, aad
were making ealealation* for a large
moreaae of distribution in tboae Stare*
and Term >rtee tais year. Bat the In
ter Slate Commerce law ha* come ia aa
a menao. The Colon Pacifl- will now
have to oeas- giving rales aa low a* for
meriy, and It la thought that the necea
eariiy biaber ooat of transportation will
bar tbe river lumbermen ' o*
of the trana-meantain trade Ibemw
law will •!** bave a like • (fact on tbe
hudding eastward trade of Soon 1.
It I* nnformnate for the nortb coaa
manufacturer* that lb* law tune in to
clip tbe wings nf tbeir naaoent ambi
lion. *>at there ia apt to be a change of
e->nditioa* within a few yeara tbat wil
render ti powibla to abip laiab-r over
tb« great divide. Tb* natarai market
for Oowt Inn bet te to tbe eonntrv w-ei
of the mountain* asd in foreign p*rte
The rapid aettiern-at of W*.bington
Oregon aod California eh oh ia now
taking a freab ••an. will dev-lop a home
trade that will, to tbe Bear future, make
tbe Ooaet manafaetnrer* rejoice.
trrit K4TML
'hi* re-alt of indirection will no
longer be elperieuee.l if Siaimese'
| Liver Kegulaier I* taken after aaeb
uwal. It la aocb a good digeater. aad *o
onid and pieaaant In Ita • fl-ot. tbat it n
used by many, after a brally m*»i, to
inaare guod dig etioo. The K-eala-<*
doM aot umm* or irritate the
■tomaeb. out >wrr«tt aciditv. dispe.s
f <ni it*M allav* irritation and aa-w?.
the Moaiaeh in it* digeatiott. mr29 dw
He alwaye oourteoo* to frtend* and
never andoly familiar, tba* | rtservr g
thai mutual reap*** « th<ot which no
tra» fri»od«hip con exiat.
NK» iUVhKlhf.MK^Ih
LOST.
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•a »u» r*»ar.l t,| he u«i4 fa- t>i« r*.
'« MAf KICK Vt- 4I KkS ,MI
TO THE PUBLIC.
I WUX SOT >»< RK.SPONSIRI.K
I brr *t:er ror aei hilto « r.tract, i fa
t»J aa. Rober. U. vt *ba. '
TH.IVABW»BB
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«T**«*kmaiteaia tb«Ui» > Rioak.
Waal •*!*-<_ n: kuvr-aioad
I M*«» far !k # fart oa -a or na»»m af
4r*a» vtttu«« st Mt |*
ICE! ICE! ICE!
THfe PUGET SOUND ICE CO.
or* ARK WOW PREPARED TO DELIVER ICE OF THE ITOEBT QUALITY
» » is aetimttftd nnantttlf i
An r*ua rafoMvm b« roppiied With Ice at Qc.) on* wsnt per wrowi «po«
appHratiaa at this «Oe«. or to Oe<wge7Maciaaii ft Co. Seattle Soda Works. Mill
stress, who have chaise ef tie cilr delivery. __
~>poc«ol rate* given, on appttcatfoa at this office, to aB par Usa dssiriac too ta
The'rttiStwo of packers <rf fresh Ml hi saaeetaßy called to the feet that they
caa now obtaia tee ia aay qaaatfty desired, aad at vary low figures.
OAcoaal works. foot of Seaeca street.
VI. ft OTOOLK. Tleo Prseldoat
E A. Bnurr. fee etai|. It®
WAXTS- TO LIT- FOR SALf-ZTC
TT-tTRfIBHED ROOM TO LET-CEV
r trally located. A«Mreas P.O. box sr
why 31
WANTED.
A GOOD COOK FOR FARM HANDS,
at Poyvßup. Man aad wife coaM
both tad wo'k If IniixWow Apply to
E. 8- WSBORX*. Seattle mh»
TPOR RENT—A WELL FURVISHED
J room oo lint floor, for gentleman. Ir.
*uireat lan Co.'a dreg store. Froat at. 1i
Wanted, Partner.
fpH* GREATEST CHANCE EVER
■ offered to a man wbo haaa few thon
saad do'lars cash : bosineo* first class: no
opposition on »»oget «ouad: a tore fo»-
tnne. ParticvUrs at GEO W. CRAWirs.
street. »
WANTED.
FOR SAWMILL-A FIHBT CLASS
foreman sawyer. Apply, fating
wegea to CHOFT ft ANGUS, Victoria
office Victoria. R C. mhC «t
FOR RENT.
THREE UNFURNISHEO ROOMS-
Up stairs, corner Fourth and Onion
greets. Apply at People's Market m t! St
FOR RENT
A WELL FURNISHED • ROOM
dwe ling house, oentrally located,
with all modern improvements. Inquire
at theofflce of McGILVRA ft BLAINE,
l#t Commerelal street, Seattle. mh!9 fit
FOR SALE.
CTEAMER 8 E AT T L E—IV FIRST
& class condition; has good passeng.'
accommodation*. Also steam launch
Louisa, new. Por particulars apply to
R w nWLfoN.
Port Tewnsend. Marchl« 1«7 - M"'tl
Boat for Sale.
1 a» FEET KERL, 4 FT. fi IN. BEAM;
I " sloop rigged, oopeer fsxtere-*. Ea
•lrelr new. Apnly to DOC MITPHELL
cor. Front and Madison Sts mhl 2w
Rooms to Rent.
TN WELL'S HOTEU FROM $3 MONTH
I upwards according to loca'lon »pplv
at hotel. HAMILTON ft BRO KWAY,
Proprietors. mh»mh3l
FOR SALE.
Iftn A 'RWS OF LAVW. 14H MILES
* ''' ' from Seatt'e, end tH a-ove
Ha k River or the county road. SaV
lan* is io at>-d 'n township A sect'ons'O
and SI For further particn ars write or
call upon JOHV CHRIST.
Seittle. Second etre t, between Mala
ardWathligto . mh2
nriTK of Hnnq
A FINK SI'ITE OF ROOMS. APPLY
at POWT office
Wood Working Machinery
P)R SALE -SftITABT.E FOR SASH
a'd docror furnltmefa'tory. Inquire
of «. D n RFFEL. Festtle, W. T., P. O. bo*
4*9 Offl eC. K Bo .nun, Trout st. mh2m
FOR SALE
A T COST!
FF BOUGHT BOON-THREE WATER
1 front lota.
Lot 9, ia block K
Lota 9 aid 10. in block J.
A A. IVnny's fourth addition.
Inquire of H. H. PEASE,
mhiln •"'orner Eighth and Opr>n~ .fa.
OPPICR TO LIT
A FRONT OFFICE CUVTRALLY
located Address "G.," « e Poar
iNTKLt lOENCF.R
FOR _® ALE '
AN EXCEILKNT MULE TEAM.
free from hlemlih and good size. In
qalre at this cfltce XXX feU
WANTED.
g farm hands $23 month.
Boy. 15 years, for farm. SJS month.
Milker, kni month.
Railroad choppers snd lahoiers.
Skiddar S4O month: wnmu cook Its.
FOR SALE]
Fine lot. T-room house and stable. Elev
enth and Jackson a'recu, tivio
lot S, W il Terry's Ist. house and im
provements
1 .ota 18 and 19. bl it Mc A Wet's. s3*s and
$350. .
I h- 4>~«t 'ot« In bl 61 9V!n*rh
' lot* lr Hiifrl jw'» ad sT'i *n4 tM
Bl 90 Majnard'* I ak« W"a<htMr"»n. S2S.
I Ota S »rd *. hi <M Ter-f * t \ 9i400.
Cie»re< lot-" b! 4 Tj»wler'» $325
' o»« 8 »n<l 8. bl B Yeale»'« I t.
Knrntafed re-tam-a*'*. |t\S Mid iI'JOX
City hotel fn»«i -trun laundry !<»
aal lodgliur hone*. Varmt frovrn
meat ri«ln». nrt Kutnm 'nod. 960. Im
• oved ruK-hf. WM -o 9tonn
MnM«ar<a on tol d property. |lfo to
910 (To. City and '■ountf SCO. ■■■*»
New and »»mpd-h*rd «f«a
Ve tii.r noniptn and surveying
•Otflt. ».V>.
koate and Imm, renter of
town. 9JOU.
WAITED.
Te loan $W u111*1) on nyid (*"Bflty.
Hm*> «•> rent. M n«yf r inrwtment
Women and girU at 91' to f*>
FOR RENT.
S Impror-d f»-m« on shares.
*n»«and garden. (Ilia na r<
1 farwi* am l.\k* W M hiurtoe. or. hard,
hay. (If., no c«ah im»,
Hoo-ea and room* In ail aa-t» of Htr
GJfO. W. ORAXK.
Wa*h Tar K* payment R ,rean near
or Commercial and Waahtngton atr-vt*.
Seattle. B b]
F. ANTHONY,
PRACTICAL BOOKBINDER.
PAPKR RIt.HR. RI.ANK BOOK
maanfhrta ar. Pr,cw lower i baa 9aa
S'reorleoa Country o'dera <®l(rlt- d
<lpera RWE Id iv^|
GRUB HOSPiTIL.
OH THIHTKKNTH BTRRICT. NKAR
Madl«o-. la now r«ady for the >e<wp-
Uoa of patient*. Adrae-«ge* unexcelled.
mMOiwlm
EVERETT HOUSE.
Fl-RXISHKD ROOM 4 't> LKT WITH
or wvhoel board. Rooraa. to to t
per month
Kvrßrrr Hnrsx
drIO Fonr>h S* rear Coart H n»«
ATTENTION, LADIEsT"
OOMICTHINO VKW AND KLKOAVT
' * aeif It ng Freaih taii T *Y*t*m for
camag ltreaaea Ooak«. en- N'o cxi-.|-g
2" l ?*. 1 '" l T •« *•«* *f which >o
!* rm S®s •• 4,1 <*h<" chart DWeru
<*e which hu'atre two rea-a bard (lady
aad la fer yw otaraaiew. aa watt a»
ta'be. Have aUo a ai*eee natem u*
aora gtrea any •'ay aad »• all hoara
In«l **■ Ptaaaee liaedaeeiaa.
& O GOrCHIR
**S^a"V l T WWE ****'' TYTUm'
FOR SALE.
1 pair black horary we<ght MOO lbs.,
pound ud tiM ■■ steal
1 foil blood Jersey cow. J rears old.
dae April Ob fl*>
1 fall blood Jmwr heifer. IS month*
rid. 1 g*il»o p«r day. rot to
hare her flrst calf—a Tory
The above bred from D. O- Mills' (took
of California.
1 V Jersey bei'er, lye<ra old. doe In
May I T5
1 nearly «w express wagon. 10 foot
bod fIOO
1 I w Mated Btodebakar light wagon.tlW
I leather top road cart 9 35
1 leather-top Agrade bnggr. nearly
new 9100
(0 arret of rich bottom land, within V
mile of the t«kei Washington and
Union canal. and near the 8., L. 8.
and K. R R. per acre f 4#
The beat bargain in King county.
15 lota In Taooma, splendidly located.
each 9M
(0 loti In Lake Union addition, oach-9100
The Seattle. Lake Shore and Eastern R.
R. are now bni'dlng acron Ibe above
tract and have ar*anged to erect a station
on the grounds- Cars will ha rannlng to
same In July. The Seattle Street Railway
Co. will hare a steamer running to the
lota from tha end of their track the com
ing summer, can-ring passengers for 10
cent fares. No treatment about Seattle
will compare with this.
m»l« C. P. "TOW-
S3OO
FOR
5 Acre Tracts
There are 25 lots in eact
one of these tracts. This is
only $lO per lot for property
that in one year from now
will bs worth SIOO.
There are fourteen trains running bad
and forth, past this property every day
Here is a chance for beau*
tiful Homes at prices withir
the reach of every man and
woman.
HEFNER & OtSHON
208J Commercial street,
Seattle, W. T.
ILLMOM & PHILLIPS
FOUNDERS
AND MACHINISTS,
Estimates given M S II
' tlnitM of foundry and
machine Work.
Corner Front nnd Sprint
•treeta. P. O. Box 61*, Se
attle.
Sight is Priceless
Havk tour ryks tkstkd and
spectacles at
*ll. H FINTK ft CO *B.
Comn erc'al street, text to Ke'l gg's
dmg store mhi 1m
6UNS REPAIRED,
IL'O KURIL JOBBING OOHL ILL
WORK WIRRtNTED.
JAMBS WHIT
919 Front «t. mxl to Butter *Ca
fel Im
Bias for Coutly Printing.
SKALKD Bins WIM, Bd PKCtIVKI)
by tha < ou My Com miss oners st tb«
May term for ths county nrstlng for the
rn*ain? y«ar. AH bids most b-> 91*4 with
the tud to- on or before Monday. May 3d
liW at 10 a m
The Board reoerrss thi right to rrj Tct
any and all bids.
LVM&N WOOD
rrhg d fount 7 Andl or
EYES.
A'OU CAN CRT TOl'R EYE* SCI
-1 eotl*««lly t-»ted and snectarlni tt
t<d'n gold, si'ror. alcminum. lyalaite.
nickel, robber or stael.
»>i i» vn. H. rturg a 00.
WINNING Si MITCHELL,
Real Eats'* Dealer*,
Offlc*. con.fr F-oat aad Madiaon atiaeta
For Mile on »«*j term*, the
best farm in Western W*»h
ineinn, 173 acre*, all under
cultivation ; two dwelling
houses, 1 store building; 2
barns, and other outbuild
ings. 750 fruit trees, all bear
ing. In Skagit eountj.
A rood farm <rf m a-re* It cleared. »
acre* af meadow paetare laad, earn J y
eV*'fd. b-lanre of l<ed corerrd wirh a
'■sail growth of cuoawood aad crab an.
pia. flood ft ante hnwe aa the place m
mile* fro* Mt Veraoa chareh. achaol
hoow. hotel aad •«<>■* eat» e "ppoeiie aide
of the lirer. Mart be a»d inside af «
day* Teraw r aay, tmr oa rim »if req nirrd.
SO acre* at O'Brlan'a station,
bat*, m laad C. ft P 8. W. R. man ng
through the laad Pr>ce. *!* par acre
I**» aad b'ocka ta all »•«» of the ei'y
CaO aad aee o«r |j*« of p»eM*»ly. ial» >n
STOCKHQIDEX' MEETING-
N'OTICTC rs RKRHRYGIVKW THAT
b» order of the board of Pi-e ton
Of 'he Sonth Prair'e Coal Oemp<ay. (here
wltb* a moot-a* of tb* akModoi of
■aad cr>m-aay. at the - *oe of aali ram
l*a»y. at No U »*a rameato a«r- e-. » t*e
i-l'y aad ooaaty of Aaa *raa'4ar» Cal>-
foraia. on -«tarday 'he Mb day af A pi]
A a l«7, at the hoar af U o'dact to of
•aid day. for the pareoa* of efectiß* a
Board of Diwun aad atho-oAcen of
yi QQeaoaay ftar i the year aM
a* mar taat bafor- *«id aMa'ta* By ar-
W at tho Bctfd of Dirertoaa.
T H. itcrrimox,
■Ml* fciwaif
CiiiMc
RAILWAY.
SHORTEST, QUICKEST
ASS IS IT MY toner
The Best Route,
TO
Moatiwl, Toronto. Ottawa
WaHfax. Portland, BnM.
New York. Chicago. *t.Pao».
Omaha, K«—iCtty. St-bourt
in
All Point* Eaat aad SeatheaM-
Finest Dining and Sleeping Oar
Route in the World!
Prir»t# drawing Tomt hmHoui naak
-1a« room* anil elegant hath room*
attached to all Steepen.
New aad e'egaat recond-clta* Sleeper*
from Port MnariT to Montreal.
Free of Charge!
Court-eon* employee, aplendM paMina
equipment*. three thoneand milea at
morth steel rati track. baUatfed
alone it* entire length! Aa
ever changing panorama of
Grand aad Magnificent Scenery! >
Sleeping oar aeoemmodatioa* reaarved
In advaoee.
Rapid Traa.lt! Lnwxt !
Tar fait information or ticket* call aa
or addreaa
K W. Vcorsvm.
Paaaengar aad Freight Agt_ Beanie.
P. *. BROWN Di»tHct Pamaagar aad
Freight Agent, Port Moody.
The learner front the Pacific to the At
lantic by thi* new traaecontiaeatal Una la
"re at on'nterrnpted magnificence from
*tart to flnlah. Monataina lake*, rire't 1
Pacing through the meat magnificent
canyon* la the world! Twenty mil**
along a glacier front! The Reeky Moon
ta'ae! The Relk'rka aad the Gold rang*!
Fcllpee In grendenr aad inbiimity th*t of
the > ip« of Swi'a»rland ! fetM
OREGON
| VTOCM.
T AM RECZITING ABOUT ETCBT
I fortnight a carload of
OREGON
' FARM HORSES
AND
LOGGING CATTLE,
f
A2fD WILL AIM
r
To kesp a supply con
stantly on Hand
FOR SALE.
E. MEEKER,
mhtig Pnyallup, W. T.
AM HTItHDIUIf OFFEIt.
Ta All Wanting ta|il*(Btal.
We w*nt Lire, Energeiic and CAPABLE A(T EN'
In fntry county in the rnlted Stataa and Can
adi to fell a patent article of rr-at merit, o*
IIUMEBTTS An article having A largeaala, pay
lac orer 100 per cent prtfl'. having DO compe
titioa, snd on which tbe agent ia protected In
the eicinaive pale by a d«»l given for SAETI and
aeerv county be may eacure from us. With all
theae advantage. lo ear agenta and tbe TACT thai
It ta an article that can be sold to era 17 bonae.
awoar It might not be necraaary to make an
"ExTaacßDniißYoma" to »eca-e vo<>d agents
at once, but we HAW concluded to make it to
•how, not or IT our oonCdrnce In tbe uertta of
our invention .bat la its aalability b« any agrnl
tl at will handle It with energy Our agenta
now a* work are -nakint from SISO to MOO a
month clear and this fact makea It aaf<- for aa to
make nor otter to all who are oat of employ
ment. Any agent that will T our bnalneaa a
thirty da<a' tnal and fall to dear at leant TLOFT
la thia lime, aaova au. Rxrtaao. can return
all goods unsold to ua and we will refund tbe
money paid for them. Aay agent or general
M*NT who would like ten or mora couatiea and
work them through aib-agertefor nlnetr dare
•ad fall to Clear at leaat 17*0 aaora iu Fx
raraaa. caa return all UR.aotd and get taelr
money berk. WO other employer of agenta ever
dared to make auch offer*, nor would we If we
did not know that we lan ageota now making
mere than double the amount we (uatantaad
aod but two aalea a d.y weuld glTa a preßt ol
aeer 1125 a M. nth. and that OAA of our agenta
teok eighteen orrfara la one day. Our large da
•crlptive circulars explain onr olfcr fully, and
these we wlah to Bend lo everyone oat of am
plormeDt who will sand NA three oaa cent
■tain pa fa- poetage. LEAD at once and >aeur*
the agency In time for tbe brom.aad G"» to wort
on t 1 a terms named In oar axtiaordißary ogtr
We woald like to hare the addraaa of all tha
ag nls, sawing machine eotlrt'ora and carpee
tera ta tbe cenatry aud aak any raadar of thla
ptpar who reads tkta eCfar, to eentf na at onca
tha name and addraaa ef all I irb thoy know.
ADJ-- *sat aoc.er ran will the beat cnanre
e>er offered te these "AT of employment to
maks raeaey. RUNU MaacracTOßixa Co..
d»3ai U« SMIT afield ML, Nnsbarg. Pa
500
Per cent.
In three years will be made
on lots in
Ladd's Addition
At $75 per lot.
We ham ilao * tnw choice b*<T*'n» In
bo inraa »n4 reatden.« prop- tj on Proal.
B®c iDI, Third and Hkd UrtfU ig
aad around Hell town.
6. C. PHINNEY & CO,
JiaWM. op p. Oer'deaial Hotel
taMw
VCKTH.
I WILL DO WORK AT THK ro io*.
<ng radooed price* i
Mof tooth, worth VIV for 110
Hem *et of teetn. worth *» for lj
Vxtrafltiag 51 cent*
All kin'* of tiling*. Oo'd c ovoa on
hrokan teoth ; gaM plate*; aerro treat
meat, etc., at pr >portl mstaiy low prtoar.
All Work WHrruatrd.
TEETH EXTRACTE3 WITHOUT Pill
*Tt»>*o«eof t tallced air. other or ehlo-
JOHN G. I.UNK. Dentint.
Ko mi) and I. BM. ear.
Mill aad Front atrweta. mhl
Wanted to Purchase,
Farm property near
Seattle.
Money loaned on
improved city and
farm property.
Apply to
HERMAN CHAPIN,
Jtmm e»p. OMl4aauu Ratal
WE DON'T WANT THE EARTH I
MOEST PRICES 110 SlftLL PROFITS IRE SUFnCIEIT.
I combination hard to beat: Energy, Experience, Cask
A bald-headed taby can do M wall m ita Wtiilil D w _
we tow but one price for aIL We out to brU« to row notice our totattVS
<i'Mt«at ofr«r la . ■ -- *
MONEY SAVING BARGAINS.
Dollars Brought to us will Save you Dollars.
That yoo on money and yet swore the beat i» ilnai laelislrt la »
splendid stock of g|
Orook.ory, Olamwarc,
HOIBE FURNISHING GOODS,
MUSICAL I>STRI MKMS,
Batoy Oarrlages, Baak.et*,
Tin, Agate and Wooden Ware.
t,OM Piecea First Oaaa Choice Sheet Made, selected by nr Mr. Lake ha
bankrupt stock on Poet street. Su Francuoo, will be sold for ie ceata seek. Nt
from 40 cents to $1.25.
GOLDEN RULE BAZAAR,
E. LOBE Sc CO., : : : 820 Front itTMt
FOR a ACRHS
SOMERVILLE
Only three miles from our office.
Full warranty deed.
o
Vacant Lots, Farms and Homes
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Moiey Loaned on Real Estate Mortgages.
H. H. DEARBORN & CO.. - Bankers
Commercial and Jackson streets.
Mtw
ROCK(S)FORD ALBERT HANSEN,
Ouick-TraiirJpW ITCHES Watci maker and Jeweler.
! Slivsr-wsre,
c locll *> • to
£budtk Ur««t«o*<
The Most Celebrated Makes of
I* IAN ON AND ORGANS.
Yesler-Lesry Block, - Front street, M«attle.
Via* watak nnlrlil * .rMtaUr aM
A LONG FELT WANT.
Young men ran now have a plant >o boa-d. where they can order what thig
choose ana have It cooked la any «tjlr the; wi«h Mr. Kehoe aad family karlif
rented the St James Hotel, have had it thoroughly rt novated and reforniaM »
first claa« style.
HT. JAMKH HOTEL,
mhiSSmd (Vvrer of Wfwnnrt •nil Mi'l 'trW*.
QUEEN CHOP HOUSE,
Tli© Epiouro'a Resort
Oysters. Steak*. Chops aad Game la every sty'e Broilers a specialty.
K.gslar U'asar at 4p. ». Open all sight.
ENTERPRISE PLANING MILL,
West st, between Madison and Spring:, Seattle.
Coatrarti'K aad building. Store aad sßrs ixturos. •*•«, sash, sswMl«e
b-a*ksta sad all k<ndsof heuee trimmings made to order. Malr bails is*, haw
wood aswal. asd balusters. Basse mads to ardor. Wrden from abroad will ms**s
pre »at stteatloa. P. O. box W.
fsfciM itws ». a www. rt»»n»
LOWMAN & HANFORD
Stationery and Printing Co.,
•tor*, earner Peart* aad Cherry streets; PrUltal ■■»«. Ha«
Mill a'reot, lo'ttlo.
ATTENTION, SHOEMAKERS.
TbaPafM %oan4 HH® and Ttathv ' ompany of Seattle tells all kimM* *
•qua! to bmt EasUrn mauufa* luis. at btttar tfeau Kaalara pilMi
Honeet Leather. Small Profits. Home Industiy.
No middlemen. Clvo u« » t'lal^J*,
LEVY BRO&,
IMPORTERS AND DE4XXRS IN
IMPORTED, KEY WEST AND DOMESTIC
tlfilßS. TOBICCOS, PIPES, CUTLBIV.
▲ad ail the latest nokers' art Idea. We Is rite (he pobUc aad the trade la «•*•'
to call aad oxaniae oar stock aad prtcea
I 13 Commerolal utraet. Seattle, W. T. aulS
m oorrsTSDv M. SI K. COTTBTEIN. «——
IMPOKTKM AMD WKOLCSAUI OB tMM I*
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
J F. CUT ER INO EOLO MR WMISIKS, IK) JO? SCHLITZ iIIW*U»EE IEO.
NEW YOBK AND KBT WEST CIGARS A SPECIALTY
"[.»< » IM HMT »T|tmiT. <HTT< y.
HATFIELD & GARTON
Shipping and Commission Merchants
4*6 OCALIII IH Alf VIVM flf
Produce, Hay, Grain, Fhur Feed, Beans and Meali
cmmtrt WtMkow* « Yatan VkMt
S3OO

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