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Billiard rtui»im
Chicago. A-iril 12 —A foortewn-'neh
balk liae billiard match tonight u Cm-
Ira I Moaic Hall. bMwn io<J
Sloes m. fee s.*»). was easily w a bf
Beka»f*r WV. fXi Mebaefer averaged
17 —36—46, sad SloHKin li~ 28-44.
Hobaefer's bent mo was 126; Hloasot'e.
186 About Wi pa-p!e were present.
I rtmr aa Ik* Utah in
: Ba* Vtxtcaoa, April 12 —A Harm*
paaeeouer no tb* Cit of Peking, wbi >*
charged with kicking to (tooth ou Joe
Hhing. another was
broaeht into port m iroea. The Coro
ner refoaea to bold an ant-ify ov-r tie
remain* of *ting, claiming that he baa
so authority to do a». aa the alleged
homicide waa commuted on the high
aaaa beyond bia Jurisdiction. Chief
Crowley think* tbe eaaa i<«h >!l* witb
oat bia jqriadirtioti Alao toe f'nltt-d
State* autboritiea ream to tbiuk tb*
case belong* to tb*m, because I be killing
waa on an Aawrioan vessel, but it U *
eaaa witboat 't and tb v are
doobtfa! about tbe proper mode of pr j
sad ore.
Hlab llreaw Mill.
Habbmbtko ( Pa.), April 12 Tbe
Huaae tbia afternoon pa*a<-d Hr «ke'«
bifb lieenae bill «nh .ol
It pratldea tbat In citu-a of tbe flrat,
aeoond aad tbird olaaa tfce tax aball be
S6OO. In all otber nittea, f.'WO.
■ alter Bar Malat*.
' urvcLaau April 12—It baa been d%-
elded to bold t|>e r.ext annnal eonfer
enoe of the Latter I)i» Hunta at lode
pendenoe ( Mo.) Yodav'a aea-ioo of
■be CVMiferenoi- at Kirkland waa
opened with an experienoe meet
in« at 10 30. Elder K. i. An
tbony of Wilbor, Neb., pr-nobed a *er
mon in wLicb be *oanbl to abow that
tbe Latter Day H.lnta waa tbe tiae
ebarab of Ood. At tbe afternmn aeaaion
a comniauioatiou from President Hmitb
to tbe Elder of tbe Cbareb waa rand,
flvetklldrea karaed.
Galvmttok. Teias, April 12 —A Mont
gomery, a negro living near Evanavitle.
want oat laat night leaving fivn abildren
locked op to tbe booae. While be waa
abannl Ibe booae eaogbt flr* and tbe
children were all bo rued to death.
Rase ball.
Loonvit.i.a Kr ). April 13. -Propiti
ous wealber bnioitbt oat a large crowd
todav at tbe Htaeball park to witnaae
Ibe fonrtb gam of the obamplonabip
eeriea between tbe f'hioag a and Ht
I>oaia. There were abuot 4001) people
preaent Tbe contest waa nip and toek
One throw oat, and no telling wbieb
way It woold go ontil lb* laat man waa
»nt in tb* 9.b inning. Ho .re: Cbioago,
1,0, 1, 2, 0, 2, 5, 4. 1-16; St. Louie, 0,1,
0, 2,6, 2, 2,0,2-16.
Itealal nf the Vlllard Report
Niw Voai, April 12.—The report that
Henry Vlllard hail rroeived an option
on tba litltimoie A Ohio ia greatly dis
credited. and yeautday a well-known
corporation attorney wbo ooooplea a
pnaition wbiob permit* bun to ap«ak
with authority, said: "Henry H. I»e»A
Co. atill bold the option, and in time
there will be oarrled <>ot an alliance be
tween tbe Baltimore A Ohio and tbe
Cincinnati, Hamilton A D .y ton system.
It la Impossible for Villard 10 bave oon
trol of an option in It. The only p»s
Bible oonneotion tbat ooald be ia that
be mas bave advanced muney to Itiß A
Oa.; bnt I don't think that ta probable."
KalrUlr of llrnrr W«llfn.
H** FBINI'IMIO. April 12. Henry
Waller*.
tbe Hooa Hr«wiu« Company, »a» foard
dead In hla room thin morning. He IIHII
committed HQimd* hv taking proMir
acid and turning <m the KM Wnlura
•u of a despondent natnre, bat no
mane in knowu far hm raiaide.
■•liar llplnlna li ««» Irmrl.rn.
About II.KID today '» boiler aiplodrd
in MltobaU'a onrpi l be*tio«( eatubliab
niatil oil KmriMfiiib at-aa , uaar Ml*
• Mi) Three -in in baildiDK* 10 tba lai
inadiata vicinitv were wracked by it.e
•iploabm Rbd « ( aiD*inin w« injured
bv Iba Mtiim tiiubern. Ibe building u>
wblob tba boiler >n located ona.-bt
Bra, bat wm qutckly ailiugui'liad. lua
dam w will htuitii to ab iat S3OOO. Ibe
oanw of Iba atploiioD I* tizikuown, ib
antfiua uot beinu ID motion itt iba tima.
Q«f>llol of Katr«. -
New Youx, April 11'.-At a meeting of
tbe joint Executive 0 lUimUte* of the
trunk linn today Ibe question ml
through Kuropean ralea on import* aud
exports from tbe W*st was discussed.
No change was decided upon, as it wa
Ibi inadvisable to m ITS at pr-.s»n'
tuiiiitia Weather.
San FRANCISCO, April 12. lndian
lions for Ibe 24 (lours oouin cooing at 4
a. m., April l.'l h, for Wanlttnglou
Territory and Oregon, light rains.
Rnaliptx C«Sf Irum Im Asirlrs
Lou ANUH »», April 12. liogan, tbe
City He >llh Officer, reports thai tbe oily
has probably **eu the last of the small
pox So new cvtea litre appeared for
two we <k«, and the inaubatlv* period
has more tban piserd.
Shlpplas latelltseaee.
P»BT IOVt NSKNII, April I.'. -Silled
bark Freedetinrg.
POBT UAMOI April 12. Arrived—
bark Atlanta aud sotioener Corana.
Poar BUIIM, April 13 —Arrived—
bark Swansea Castle and scb*ouer
Fanny Dtilard.
POBT DI«COY«BT, April 12.—Arrived
brig l>«"C< n ami ship Ml. * a hiugton.
Sa* FBANOISCO, April 12. — Arrived—
•learner O-o. W. Elder. Seattle;
schooner W 1. Heelie, '1 annua.
Sailed— ablp Ootn'tiodea, N tuaitiio;
Hritiah ship Kiver Falloob, Kanaimo;
ahlp Valley Forge. Pjrt Townaend;
bark laiuplar, Seattle.
Wall Blreet ilsslsllass.
KBW Yoaa, April 12.—t'. S. Ss, 100;
4a, o mpon, IS; 4>ss, eoupon. Ho>»i
PaoiAc 6s, 12K14'; A ueri an Kxprvas.
109; Canadian Pitoific, tUt\ ; Canada
Southern, B2t| , Ceulral Pnoiflo. 43V ;
Cbleago, B irllugton A (J ilooy. 4.'\;
l>elaware, Uack iwanns .t »».-sieru ,
Klo Oraode, .I'*\; Krw, 3i\; Kaos-.s
and Texaa, 3B'» ; Northern PaciSc,
SHV ; preferreu, 61; Northwestern,
12li>a; New ¥«rk tVatrtl. 112\; Oregon
Kaileay and Navigatiau. 101 Oregon
A I ranse intineutal. 3S; (lr*goa Im
pmveaieiil, 43 : Pscillo Mail, SOW ;
Texaa Pacific. r.'\; I'olon Pacific. 61 ' 4
United Slates K»pr»*s. «£!; Wells Far
go. 127; Si. Ptol.iUV
Money on call loaued from .V'fy.
el ised bid. hlerling > x 'hange steij) ;
S4.WW for CO days; $4 dtmand.
HMiin Itlb
An occasional *orreepondenl.oti Vaah
on Ulaad, write* to Ibe Porr lirratu
IIBKCBB as folio* *:
Vnation m • iutt of Kmc tVanly
KDil »B»IO W.Uli U> tMI bMI.I from
Ihroaii b wmr « if mo ng » v -> t r
»h* tpM*. Tktn »f«> paopl*
e«n>lni{ to *iut jronhlv (wopi*
Imni in S Mil*. wK.I burdiT kn m ibrr*
in ■KM'hit pUs« tta V Mfeou. lwitlmuiplt
**> Vmlirtti i* rapldlf. *nd
tbrrv »r.' *oiu» trvM* . f i«a» w, s>h etu
br bought >1 rrinoiiAtn* -rn**, ooniiid
»r»n# th* it.l*iu>'«s»~« of ttm ItWtsd
• ►or toean u cini i h» fkHM or
IWI Soond V »h n lu-aii cl« jn*'
lull)* »T bri»f r. Kfolit* And I »<s>.u*.
on# hoar itt.il twtnlv minnim ride t<
ruber plitor Tt:« 1 phtr Urd«
Ml d»v« in th» wr, II no*. Vih>> oonut
wi«b fi»r br»t«rr »«< bid dun o»? I>*.ir
eliro»i» tad «-II Is Iwter tbtn it *. r»
of Kikltud*. Wll.l
und bow mack d > tbr» r i« tbriv w n
Ibf »aIM Iwo lis i tiv 1 mwK,:
th*«i, l>«r ««:••( nppii i« errntt,in<
tb*l ooiiid (MtMta* tw d *ir d. beuni
ttmudtnlUwiMi naid
W»b.T»t»- it,kvt et-urvb baiidin*-»
And two d *'b boo*-*.
Tb« M. E SaudtT ""*ool brid n»
foartb *>iiu ist.ov f. f Imi of rS
00 ib« Sib, 111 lb» M K. tTnnrt •
ot<K-tn) ibr ' l <«iu k S«;*r)nt»9 !<•»!,
John r. B tflhitu: vmsih ,ni ■•T.-.rii
(•Ddml, \ Ktrl< r, »«••?» nrr, F >rd
A.CiI)WH«; \«ti'.u i > r*i*rt. 1, «:
L Sao«. I lrt-lnt, Ui«< N it* Viklt.
KB; L'Of»rl, o S gttt,; A«ilU'
1 hiunu. Mio M t»i L *>■*! »; iim
Mit; •on «»<s*i,\ * L L tMn, U K
tnd Msm M»b.l L
iMetirrt, L K Cn*!iir.O LD «U'.
Mr«. L H. lUtpmiM. Ui*4 Ja.:« M»rk
kua tb<] Mit J 1 H; ,«k oi*. Tbs«
«nud«T uis • wit jrv- jv i j,
tftodntoa viU) ftu •«»{*(* v*«*d*oj« .
•1 46
Ttiuitraic uptika
Barilscton. Vermtat. waa aSictad
•ith as aartb<{aake oo Sunday.
"<*• attospta aa the life of tbe Cx»r
of Kiaaia were reported oo Soaday.
f bartee Newdiffate. ex taenber of tbe
H 'ooe of Coaawoa. died is Locdeo om
Hisda j.
The Maamee rolHcs mill* in TeW®,
Ohio, karaad oa Monday. I/Ma SSJO,-
QOO; icaaranaa, |*ioa>.
A great noaber of baaa bail caaeea
were stopped at L as lei aad City on
Monday by i fßeera «f the law.
Tbe dnatb in Texas po« more se
vere m aapcet. N > rams fail daniMi
laai week in tbe dr .otb stricken parte
Preeid*nt Cleveiacd attended tbe jer
foroiance of Htwrln'i minstrels at tbe
National Theater, Waabin<t«e, oa Sat
urday nigbt.
Tbe misaioc aaal steamer K ic'e ar
rived at St. John'. N. F. >at luon Sua
day. She bad 2000 aeaia, and all on
board Were well.
William ibompeoo recently elop«d
wub a Vietoria eirl aad lh»n
b*r in San Pranc.a- after )p>ndni|
aboat fSOO of ber savings.
The ('bineae Conaal.at Kaa Fraoeiro,
baa oilered a reward nf ftOW) for tbe
apprehension of Hone Dye, tbe Chinese
murderer of Mrs. Hiiiion in Colusa
County.
A Boei"list meeting at Hyde Park,
L indoo. Nitarday terminated tn a cot
with a body of poliae. Nme Ro
eialleta wers arrested, tnolading tba
leader Williams.
Levi Empire, a prominent Mason of
Kansas, well khuwn tbroagbont tba
United Hta'e*. died at his boms in Bar
linsame. Kanaka, on Sunday morning.
He waa 71 years of age.
No farther rneea «f small pi x having
appeared on tbe steamer City of Peking,
wmcb bad been in quarantine at Son
Franeisoo sinoe list M mday waa docked
Monday morning and tbe pasteagera
ware landed.
Lleatenant Commander Niehola de
nies tbe statement of OiVernor Hwiue
ford to tbe eff«et tbat b*-waa in Waab
ington awaiting trial. He baa been ap
pointed two years of special doty aa ia
apeetor of steel for tbe new oraieer*.
John T. Kivmond. tbe oelebratod
aetor. died at Kvasaville, Indiana, at
1:30 Monday montag, of com pi < anted
mteatinal and heart troablea. He was
attended to tbe last by tbe grief atrieken
members of bia soupany.
Tbe bark I. W. Searer, loaded with
bay and aalt for A«toria, waa wrecked
on roek< near New Year'a Point, nine
milea from Santa Croz. California.
Two of tbe crew aaooeedeu in ewimming
aebore. At last aoooonta five of the re
mainder of tbe crew were olingiag in
tbe rigging of tbe veaael.
Tbe Temple of Israel, of St. Loais,
voted I'M) on Sunday afternoon to the
fond to baild a n.onumest to tbe late
Henry Ward Beeober. A rsaolution. |
signed by Menneelein, waa for
warded to the 1 metres of Plymouth
Cbarob. It expreeaed deep love for
Beeeber for the aake of libaral tbongbt
tmmnrtalized by bia life.
For tbe firat time in tbe hiatory of tbe
Dominion of Canada, tbe galleries of
ihe Senate will be olu?ed on the occa
si->n of tb* appearanoe in Parliament of
His Eioellency, L rd L-nadowne. Tbe
rnaaon is given that L ird Lanadowne baa
reoeieed letters of a threatening natare
and he la afraid to let the erowd be ad
uiitud.
Warrant* were iwiaed it Hillirg*,
M tiiHii*, for tbe arrest of nine formern
uf Yellowstone Valley. Ibere offrrnw
•«« sotting timber for fael on tbe Crow
He<wrT*tioti daring tbe Uitt neTrre win -
lor. (titled HIMHH Mar»bal« and otber
• (fiaial* eipect to reap riob barveats
from wh"leaal* arrest* Ibnagh tbia
name oanae.
niiiriit» AMI ORHTIXATE ll
< I.K«.
Holla, Carbuncl-a nod KnanmH Sorea of
arary kind nr ■ oleHoaad, Iba potaon
iiarn a dvatroyad »LJ •pwdy cure efftnt
td by oaliiir Itarbv* PropbyUtlo Klmd
"I have atliioiel with Ibe hry
aiptl «. Nstbing would heal Ibe sore or
slop tbe rnr ning. I u* d Darby* Pro
pbvlaotio KiniJ and fonntf n «ra*edv
rar*. li also tried it m several other
o»ses and II has proven < 9«etatl."—S.P.
OutM. d*
KKUII IKOV HOLIMII^.
[ 2?1 Stvnd {>*., Xnc York, Jan. 9, 7>v» ]
1 deem It my pleasure tu testify to tb«
phenomenal effects of K»iM)srrn'«
PtLUi. npoti myself tn eradicating from
mi s.siem tbe most aggiavated form of
it>dig«*tion, tbe attack* if wbieh were
nearly as sever* as spavins. After a
c >stl\ tnrdtcnl treatment two boxes of
l<ati«l>krrirK PILLS have pat me TO a
better condition than I h v* been for
many yeara. FBANK W. UH.I *TT dw
■ • ♦ • • '■
»«vr
Pay from SIOU to $l5O more to an
ngent for a piano when yon MO bny a
Weber and Decker A Son piano direct
from the factory and save all profit* to
middlemen, Frank Kimball, nianu
faclurer's Ag-at. Offlae, three doors
above poatoffiae. Pianoa oo sun terma
and for rent. Sample piano* on band-
Scad and ftel price*. ttTS.lt
FBOM SBHTTI.B TO Smrn'a COT a.—
Ibe U !• na / tiive* its renders
tbe information following: "The Kb de
Island Looomolive Worka are building
loor locomotives for the Seattle, Lake
Shore and K is tern Kail way. a new som
panv recently "r.an /-d to build a rail
way from Seattle to Suiltb's Cove,
Washington Territory."
Having engaged tta eei vices of a tlrat
claaa engraver. I am now prepared lo
lake orders for all kinds of work of tbli
claaa. including door and Oofflu plates,
medals and lettering of all kieds. A.
llama*. Watohmakar aud Jeweler,
L«ary Klook.Front street.Seattle 26Jvlm
■tint.
Pr Keicb, tbe ocalist, selected with
great care a fail line of spectaele* ana
•ye glasses, which are now for sale at A.
H NTIWA>T'I droit (tore. apfitn
The " CEN TF.MEKI" is Ike moat pop
alar kid glove in Atneric<, $1.4.1 for five
hullons, $1 *i for eight balteaa. They
are far below the price of any other
slmdard maker, and for fit and dura
bility are nnexolled. Tbe a tor* are re
I til prtcas i tbe glove is not sold at whole
sale! at RCHWAIUI HFK ItKtW. del 2
_____
Kmbroiderv aud I. ice Sale —To at
irad embroidery ar.d laee hovers, read
leans SINOBBMI!)'* advertisement
$1 heavy spreada C, CLBABT.
l»-ntlenien's Collar Sale Monday
moruing at l oßi.tt ,t MSOBBVIX B.
HTnoniowns l-ruis tVimpiete snc
oe<*e and tnree at tr sarsap«-ills, a^ts
Siik Sale. —T < attract ailk buyer*,
re d loKtA* .t Sia.nkm* - * advertist
| mini.
Silk i-ale. To sltraet *ok boyer*.
res.l TotUli S|>.l**M»*'* adv*ri<««
ment. *l3
Collar Sate—Ta si tract e<llar bc.v
era. read LOFTTAS A SisovaMta'a rU.

Pr. .1 star avraapa.*ills Ifce
great M - d t artfier. ap.'
Eoibr< d*tv and L<«* SUa.—To at
tr t eiebronlerv an > la -e ha«e*s. read
Tuxuii ut's idwimmmi
,^rvsßl<u»
'')»'«■ • li nh 4 n
S5 Hand Mill.
i w, *is s n«t-al.i MB per <■*»: mars
*>»" la kepm paltry Also PJW '
Mi. s a 1 r anil re.-t Mil a flrcuia's **. l
sect on app icano- WII,
■■Mis a ~ia Ka- m. Pa a It wi>.
DR C. W. HU^T,
DBNTIST.
r«»M Ti>»n t*uil • . VI ««h T»r,
NM xim e«i4« -hf-«r Mo *furn
mm ?vsf -ON o* &
I *a.K t^U«
SEATTLE DAILY POST-INTKLLIGBNCER, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13. ItSf.
I*TKB ITtn (tllltOL
■aw Ike »r» law aumai la (fee
MM4«aalagt af Wlk laj*.
IfartUmd .T«n]
Among tie few abo are »bte to stem
tba tuto m lb* w»U known Natlia Boyd
'.ompecy. They fcav» bean playing to
tars* on tbe .Sound and boat It
mrrratxitidiac by mail and Mapua
with tba railroad rffiwra af Portland.
A personal ulrrmt bsing neee*aary.
Mm* Bryd reluctantly eat fear nighle'
•ark, brooabt her from N Mia
■mo to Portland and eoef. rrtd two day*
aa tbe new law*. She baa paid Ikoa
sen,:* of dollars is (be northwestern
transportation cote pen lea in ber Line
Iftn' travel oe ikh ooaaa. and tbey are
disposed to give ber every advantage.
Hhe offered to charter a ear at fail rate
if it 01*1(4 aoeompany tbe expreet traia
for ber two tons of aoeaery. Couldn't
be dote. Al-o to boy tuariioa tickets
■ood for at to ntbs to extend ber eea
«oe from Helena to 8-. Peal and retort!
woe roate on round trip ttckete, filling
all simmer. Tbe law demand* tb4t ex
cur-ioniata shall reach tbeir I'easinatirn
id fifuee data and return at will. To
do -o Uiaa Boyd moat canoel ali date*
made ten w»ka »b>id and pay bail
ret ta, etc.. contracted in various towns.
After two daya' worry, headache and
heartache, (be N inhere Pseiflc foand
tbey could not »bip tbe devil aroasd
tbie Inter Miate ft amp, and Mia* Boyd
waa eo® p»lled to elo** tbe aeaaon or
pay in fall. Is jn-tw to ber people
•he eboae tbe latter alternitive and
drew her check for SI7OO. After pay
ins fSOHi for "Pdaai: n Slave" and "Cn
»towu." tbar- ta a»t moeh tniririn left
for profit after dedaetmtr otber ex
peoeea. tet there are people wbo watt
paaaee for no aerviee rend red. Her
company baa been on tbe roate fcr
thirty-three week* and never miaaed a
salary day Pew manager* ooald m ke
•asb a jimp a* tbat from Nanaimo, B.
G., to P- ndleton, Oregon, laying off f or
tn'erver.icß daya. Miaa Boyd will p<ny
at 'be New Market on ber retarn trip n
Jane, witb new piaia and deeervea ell
tbe Rood laek tbat eon attend a coor
afl-ona, ooLaoientica* woman.
Mrs. Winslow'a Soolhios Syrop. for
ehildren ta*thing, ia tbe preaenptioa of
one of the begt female noraea and phy
aiciaaa in tbe Called btitea, and has
been used for forty years witb nevar
failing saeeea* by millions of mothers
for their obildrer. Daring tbe prooea*
of teething ils value is iooaL<alab)a. It
relievea tbe ahild from pain, sore* dys
entery and diarrhoea, griping in the
bowela and wind oolio. By giving
health to tbe child It reata the mother.
I'rioo 2S s a bottle. aiy2lwly
C^H
*AKIH 6
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
This powder sever varies. A marvel
of purlty,«tn<ngth and wholoaomeneae
More economical than theoHlnary kinds
n»d cannot b* sold to competition with
the multitude »f law text, short weight,
alum or phosphate powder*. Hold only
H nana. ROYAL BAR INC. I'OWHKH CO,
10t Wall street. New York. IrUdw
ATTENTION, LADIES
CJOMKTHINQ NKW ANT) ELKQAJJT.
0 V self fi't ng. French tail>r system for
cutting iirewes. Cloak*. etc. No cuiti- g
en*, the little piece In back by which to
to m side body, as all other chart systems
1 o. which bastakeutwo yeara hard study,
and it for yanr o< nvenlence, as well as
mine. Hare also a sl'eve system. Lea
tors given any day and a', all hour*.
Terms, HS. I'leaae c. 1! and ace me.
a. o. OOOCHKR.
Marlon St. betwrei. fi ond and Third,
Seat 'le. W. T. mh'.'i 1
HORACE GRSELKY sail
"Go West."
On or about the Ist of April
HALEY & WRIGHT
Arr iroiM and Sooth,
To now «vapi*<l by Little Mao.
AT
612 Front St.,
I ndee Masonic Hail
To save breakage and loaa In
assvlßr, are still sell at
bed-nek price .
I""T!!T!TfHoSE?r?S!7Ti
I^DCItTAIRKa
Metallic, wood, aad cloth-covered !
askets aad Cortina. Kahea. Giovas an<* !
Ifi erj thing requisite for Kun.cala. AU
Ifirrade* at gwodn. from the cheapest to
Hi he heat erdered by telegrmph promptly
fifUei. Coimar » H.o k. St. 11T
500
Per cent.
In three years will be made
on lots in
Lariri's Addition
It $75 per lot.
We harv also a few choice ha Train! la
be ir-eee anS rnstden e nrop •• ty on Front
*fo «a. Third an.i Ptk- atrreta. aad la
aad a*oc£d aeMtown.
S. C.
■»•«*« *t ojtp. ttcc deaiai Hotel
MM*
TRIED
CRUCIBLE.
About twenty rears ago I iMaw'aied a mtk
soke on s»y cbesh. sad tssaoetoes (roaooaced
It csncer. I hi*« tried * somber of phfricUM
bat wttboot racetvtav any permaaeat benefit.
Among tbeoiunber were one er two spedallrta.
Tbe medicine tbey appUed waa Ilk* fire to lbs
sore, eaostag tstenee pain. I saw a ttatemasit
tn tbe papers o-lUn* what S. S. S. had done fee
others similarly afflicted. I procured sans at
caw. Before I bad used tbe second bottle tb*
neighbors era Id notice that my cancer was
bealtn* up. Xy (enera! health had been bad
for two or three yeaiw—l had a hachlng eoagb
and spit blood continually. I had a severs
pain tn my brwaet. After taking sU bottles of
B. a. 8. my eongb left mc aad I jrew stouter
tbac I bad beea for ae»eial yean. Xj cancel
baa healed overall bnt a little spot about the
alee of a half dime, and It Is rapidly disappear
leg. I would advise every one with cancer ts
fi»c 8. ■- S. a fair trial
line. KAJICT J. MeOO»AC9Hrr,
Aahe Grove, Tippecanoe Co.. Ind.
Teb. 1«, 1*
Swift s Specific la entirety vegetable, aad
arms to rare canorrs by forcing out the lmpw
rltiM from tbe blood. Treetlae en Bleod and
Skin Dlseesea mailed free.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.,
UKAWES 3. ATLANTA, GA.
It RAWER s. ATLANTA. GA.
DYSPEPSIA.
Up to a few weeks ago I eonsidered
myself the champion Dyspeptic of
America. During the years I have
been afflicted I have tried almost
everything claimed to be a specific
for Dyspepsia iD the hope of finding
something that wouid afford perma
nent relie'. I bad about made up
my mind to abandon all medicines
when I noticed an endorsement of
Simmons Liver Regu'ator by a prom
inent Georgian, a jurist wbom I knew
and concluded to try its effects In my
case. I have U9ed "but two bottles,
and am satisfied that I have struck
the right thing at last. I felt its ben
eficial effects almost immediately.
Unlike a)! other preparations of a
similar kind, no special instructions
are required as to what one shall or
shall not eat. This fact alone ought
to commend it to all troubled with
Dyspepsia. J. N HOLMES,
Vineland, N. J.
CONSTIPATION.
Te Secure a Regular Habit of Body
without changing the Diet or Dla
orfulUßg tee System, take
Simmons Liver Regulator.
ONLY GKSUIHB MANUFACTURED BY
J. M ZEILIN ft CO. PHILADELPHIA
SEALED PROPOSALS.
PrOKT SOl-HDCoNgTKfCTIOU COMPAXT 1
Crikf Knuinkir's Office,
Seattle. W.T„ April J. 18S7. J
WK.AI.KD PROPOSALS WILL WtC RR
reived at the office of the General
Manager of the PuK"t Sound Const-uc
lion Company until 12 m. F Way, April
15th. NW7, for clearing, grabbing, grad
ing. culverts. riprtpping. etc, on thirty
COt miles of the Seattle. Lake Shore and
Ka.te'n Ra<lway. from Sta ion S9J to
the head of Squall Lake.
Tte company reaervis the right to re
ject any or all bids.
Korfnrher information, and for plans
and specification* of wot k. apply to
CHIEF KNOINKKR P. 8. C. 00.
Office, Safe Deposit Building. apAaplS
CartiPaic
RAILWAY.
SHORTEST, QUICKEST
AMD I!f ETRRY RESPKCT
The Best Route,
TO
Montreal, Toronto. Ottawa.
Pallfax. Portland. Boston.
New York. Chicago. St. Pan'.
( naha. K»****Clty.P9t lxmi*
AMD
All Points Kast and Sastheast
Finest Dining and Sleeping Gar
Route in the World!
Private drmwimr rcom* luxurious *nj©k
tax rooms and flmot hath rooms
attached to all Sleepers.
Sew and e'esrant eecond-clas« Sleepers
from Fsrt Moods to Montreal.
Free of Charge 1
CoortecmP empior**, splendid passenger
eqainmen**, three thonaand miles of
smooth steel rail track, halla*tod
alonr its entire Nftb! An
exer chaneir* aanorama of
Qrsnd and Magnificent Scenery'!
Sleep*n* car accommodatioas referred i
In advance.
Kapfd Transit ! Lowml Ha'»s !
For fa!l Information or tickets call on
or address
K. W. VrGTN VT Q .
Passenger and Freight Seattle.
P. W. Bwosr*. lH*tMct Passenger and
Freight Agent, Port Moody.
The tniMT t>>* Pacific to the At
lantic br thi* new ?r • n*contlKen!al l«ne is
o*e of nn'nte mp*ed from
•tan to fr.*sk. Monatairn. lskea Hroei?
Pm »inc thr the m #t magnificent
ranyoas in the world! Tw-rty mil#s
s g*aH»r *ron*! *h« Rocky Mono
?a n« ' The Sc k rks and th* Gold raogr '
Wc tpee in •nd «üblimi*y thsr of
the • \v* ** !*wi rrland • fetM
mmi MITfHELL.
Real Ea'a'e Dealer*.
Office, eorter r-oat aad Madison streets
For «*le on e*sy lerma. thp
farm in Western W.i«h
insrtnn. ITS arre*. a'l nudpr
cultivation : two dnellinc
hoii!M»s, 1 huildinc; 2
htrn». and other outbuild
ing. in Skacit rountr.
A good farm of 113 atr*a It cleared, r
*-ne» at meadow put are lard. 1-
cJ»a-e<l h laacaof l.ed corae d with a
-ma.; growth of c«-t too wood aad crab ap
ple. Aood ft arwe h >o*e on the place. Jt«
miles ftuai Mt Vcroon chnrrh. schaoi
hooe®.hotel aad «»-» «xs t»eoppa>ttande
of the HT»r. Mul b« *aid inaid* af SD
daya Ter«s«a*y. oar. oa run* U iwqairad.
SO scrss at O'Brien's »tation,
land C * P S. 1. R. m»s ng
•Jurogft It* !aod Price BW r»r aera
ai.a a ock* ta *. pam at tha el'r
Caii aa4 ms so- usi *t prc»srqr ;*a tm
OREGON
T iiHPBTDW ABOUT KVUIY
X fortnight a carload of
OREGON
FARM HORBES
in
LO6GING CATTLE,
AJTD WILL AIM
To keep a supply con
stantly on hand
FOR BALEL
£. MEEKER.
mhtis Pnyallnp. W. T
QUEEN CITY
BOILER VORKS CO.,
P. O. hex 811,
illme&Sr
Colmin't Wharf, toot ot Columbia ttreat
MASfFACTt RERB OK
Marian and atatlonary steam Boilers,
Tacks, Stacks. Water Pica. Retorts,
Iron Doers and Shutters, Oirdern.
Beams, and general piste and
sheet iron workers
SHIP AND HOUSE BLACKSMTHMG.
Repair* promptly and carefully attend
ed to. mh?7d3m
S3OO
TO
SSOO
FOR
5 Acre Lots.
Thirty minutes drive from
postoffice. Fine place for
homes. Come and look at
property for yourselves.
We have houses and lots
in all parts of the city, farms
and farm lands, some large
tracts of timber; also, coal
lands; some fine bargains
in business property.
HEFNER AOISHON
208 i Commercial street,
Seattle, W. T.
FRED E. SANDER
DEALER IS
REAL ESTATE
AND
INVESTMENT SECURITIES.
City and County Warrants
Bought and Sold.
Loans Negotiated.
OFFICE, MILL A COMMERCIAL BTB,
frfly
TO THE PEOPLE OF SEATTLE
AND OTHERS.
CIKP.TAIN UK SCRUPULOUS PKR
' s<>d« rfprrwt tel to oar detri
ment that we manufacture only cheap
•nap*. intentionally convey In* the Idea
tkai our soap* a-e of poor quality, when
SfCH IS wot THK cask- Though tn ane
»enre of the word on- snap* are cheap, the
pnrchaeer I* retting more scap af asuie
fior quality th tn of rartaln higher prior d
war*. We make all g-*de* of I us ry
and hou'eho! aoapa. and *w<Hallr reooro
meni onr WKKTIRN QUICKS SAVON
siltab'e for all u«e» and i Iwars giving
*at ! *fa'tion. IWaueeof the th troughne**
with which this a ap c!ean«e* rio
think 'hat it Injure* the clothing Wr
guarantee aatisfa<-tion money re'noded if
etbe"wl*r» and that it will not htr< the
handtorlnjnra the not delicate fabric.
Uo yon wi h t. boiH on your home la
dust re* t If *o. yon will find n* *eeerring
a' Tonr »*t-onag* In«*t npnn th* us* of
only th'saoao In yonr household. Aak
ycivs ocer for it *nd take no othe- 'han
tkeWntem Que-n S*»oe. W> ><k yoo
a* a faro- doe ta hmK indu t-ie« to
purchase •»* ho* of tkltsoap and gi*e it
a tho -ouch trial,
fat SKATTI.KSn«Pm
Emplojieit ati Itie lipice
BUREAU.
WINSTON & PRICE'S
OFFICE is sow OPEN, WHKRK
t of ail i irxU can br heard
of. aod tboi hop# bj atrial at enuon to
bwn«» to gain the support of ail thaw
d< siring help.
All Letters will roceive
prompt attention
¥lll ST , OPPOSITE 'OSTOFF CE.
BOX I&
*E*L ESTATC"»OKEPS.
Houses Let or So d.
SIATTLI BOTLH WOBP
wharf, «f R<||
• '«•!. >wafiK
t.EOKCr, H KLI 1,
1 )OrLIRH BUILT OJ ALL BIBCfU>~
wort^a*.!
C. W. S7MONDS
PROPRIETOR OF
The New Grocery Store
b Open Hone Block. Front «tt«at.
Having enlarged his stock will sell
Groceries, Provisions, Crockery,
WHOLESALE AID RETAIL.
Will tha beat is the market and sell aa low aa the lowest. Good* delivered
tree in the city.
Washington Iron Works Co.,
Foundry, Machine and Boiler Shops,
Oor. Second, Jackson and Third sts., Seattle
J. M- FRINBL »upt.
CHARLES F. FKASCH,
WHOLRUL* and retail
GROCER,
Gives his personal attention to orders. Or
ders from abroad delivered free on board
cars or steamers.
Free delivery in the city.
Store on Mill street.
JUST RECEIVED
AT
HUGHE3 & MILLER'S,
French Peaa. French Mu"h-oo"«, French Sardlaee. with key to open
Caned Plnearp'e, Ciuinfd Hlueberriei. Canned Cer.'. on the eaU
Hamburg Keif In jelly. Anchov'es in k«*a, >*ardlnes In tomato sauce.
Rnnian Caviar, Trottt* Liver Ssuiutee, Sardims In m iprard sauce.
BataTla Shrimps. Dxrknp'aSalad lire-sing, Canned Swaet Potatoes
Boston Baked Buns, Lsb-sd ir Herring. Bay of Fun«y Macl c el,
Boatoa " Br'a B'eart, HU k'ed P'g'» Feet. Corn Fed Bjne e» Park,
St. George's Odflsh. Pickled Lamb's Tongue, Q-and Maaan. Smol e>l Herring.
New Orleans Molasse*, Curriel < 'ystera,
French Mustard in bulk, Huckin'a Soups. Queen Olive*, by quart or gallon,
Yarmouth Bloaters, Eastern Hams, Kastern Bacon and Beet.
O
Try the London Mixed Tea for 50c. a pound,
And you will use no other.
Write for prioee and you will And you can do better with HUGHES A MILLER
than elsewhere in Seattle. 3a
TELEPHONE 55. SEITTLC, W. T. P. 0 Br I 892.
HARRINGTON & SMITH,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLBBAL* DEALIKS,
Have n w ou ban! t ie largest and best selected stork ever brought
to Puget Sound.
Groceries, Provisions, Hardware
Iron, SUtl. Cordage and Ship Chandlery, Flour, Feed, Hay and
Grain, Boots and Shoes, Crockery and Glassware, Paints
and Oils, and all kinds ef
Staple and Fancy Groceries;
ALIW, LIMB, BUCK, PLASTf.K AND « RnOT.
Agents for Fish Bros. A Co's celebrated Wagoas, and the Impe
rial, Northern Queen and London Insurance Company; Capital,
136,000.000. HARRINGTON & SMITH.
Commercial street, Seattle. W. T. hit 3
CITY IRON WORKS
MOHAN 11KOH, Prop'*.
MILL AND STEAMBOAT ENGINEERS' SUPPLIES,
Iron. B-asa and Ocpp*r Ptpo and Fitting*; riieam and Water Bra** Ooods; Machine
Bolts: Cop slat and >,ig Screw-; itoam and Hand Pump*; Hose Packing and Waste
cylinder and other Lubricating Oi a
Steam Heati:.« fo- puhlioacd private bu Idlngs. Wa hara the moat oompletc
pipe cutting and th-eading machine-y of San Ft nciaco.
Land and marine eng ne*. and all kind* af machinery built and repaired
We have on hand and for *a a low. Mx-ond-hund engine* ai d bollertL
Mil' "treet. COM**- Rei'erad P. O h,,¥ Id
PIONRKR VHOLES.ILB BSTiBLISHfIKM
or
WASHINGTON TERRITORY.
SCHWABACHER BROS. & CO
IMPOHTKR3 AND W HOLESALKHS OK
GROCERIES HARDWARE SHIP CHANDLERY, CLOTHING. DRY COODS,
FAN ,1 GDOLB BOOTS AND SHOES. HATS AND CAPS) ETC
Will also sell, both Wholssalc and Rctaiu
Ca-pets, Oil Cloths, Window Curtains, House Fur
nishing Coods, Shelf Hardware, Mechanics'
Tools, Ship Chandlery, etc , etc.
We cordially la rite the trade of Washington Territory to girt ns a cal
SCHWABACHER BROS. & CO.
T. D. BROWN,
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
Shop in Yesler Mill, foot of Mill street, Seattle W T
" '•f >t " r " fel > r '
LEVY BROS.,
IJIPORTKRg AVD DIALERS I>"
IMPORTED, KEY WEST AND DOMESTIC
flKIRfi TOBIftOS, PIPES, CUTLERV.
aU th. latear artw^ . W # Urtt. U»a pnhUe wkl tfc. timde U «wb»J
to c*L tad auj&lo* ear Moektod prtoM. WV
IIS Commercial street. Mettle, W. T. auIS
*M ME YDENBAUER, Prop'r
Corner Third and Columbia Bt>.
BBKAD OK ALL
X* deecr ptioDß ererj mornintr.
P »in and OnumanUl Cakes
made to order.
WOnr wagon will attend to
alt "fen rromp'ly. ja«
BTXA*KH * RAILROAD TRA VEL
AXB
SH.oolt.um Bay
STEAMER MESSENBER
LEAVES TACOXA
Twil l Tfctr»a«)i iU Iturtayi,
At 9 a. m . on arriral of rmOna* tnOa
from Seattle.
STXAXEK
XSfr ZEPHYR
Will leave Seattle for Ta
coma and Olympla every
Monday. Wednoaday and
Friday morn'g at 7 o'olk.
OLYMPIC ««■ KAVIMIIWI COt
STEAMER
FLEETWOOD.
PUT Tisia.
OtjmpUk Tioona. SteUacsan«t«Hnli
WIST** TOO CABD.
Lvf Olympl* dallj texoept Monday) 11 ■
ArriTeatTacofnaat .-...Man
LMTC Tac~ma at.... U»L
Am re at Settle «.... 11 m
izrrmxnra
Leave Seattle at I »■
Arrive at Tacona at. 4 » ■
Leare Taoema at ....«»»■
Arrire at CMjaipia at I p m
N. B.—Steamer oalto at OM Twh
Stellaroom and In lerm odtau Usdinn
«haa hailed. R>t»nnut na baard. fIT
Steamer Bt. Patrick
117 ILL LEAVE BEABECX ETERY
H Monday. 1 haraday cod Saturday, M
7JO a. far Pert Gamble. Retormtaf
to tiaabeck mm* day*.
Leare ?e%heck every Twedar. at T*
a. m. for Dewate aad Unl<» City. E»
ta r n mm a day. D. L HOWARD,
mhl Maater and QWMT
EVANGEL
J-JNTIL FURTHER NOTICE WILL
make bat one trip a weak from Seattle M
VanoauTe.-, H.C., via £ emlakmoo aad tk
lalanda.
Will leare Seattle en Mondar ■*»
<n«a at i o'clock.
FOR SNOHOMISH CITY,
4-—H3L-I ™**»
Carrying the UnitadSlatae
iMTr Brattle for Kdmasda. Muktltee.
Maryivil'e. Lawell end SMkonhk. Mon
day, Vedindt; rridtf, XI
returning alternate days.
CHAB H- IjOW
PACIFIC COAST
STEAMSHIP CO.
TH K COMPANY'S BTKAMBHIFB
Mexico And Q orge W. Klder oarrr
log Her Prltanaic Majesty's —fla. W
ft 1 from Br old way wharf. Ban Franca
co, at 9 a. m.. every Friday for
Victoria, B. C.. Pott Towuead.
Seattle, Taooma.
Stellaeoom and Oljmpla,
M' k<mg cioee oonnrctlona wttk «Jta«-
boata. etc.. for bkagit river and Can-
H»r irlnea. Naaalmo. New w*»-
minster. Tale, Sitka and all
other Important pointa.
Returning. leave Seattle at 1 p tn evary
rridaj. aac Port Townaead la tke
af ernoon.
For freight or pa Mane apply to
W. B SPENCER, Agent,
ilw c <t P & Co** Ooean Dork. Seattle.
FOR TMI UPPtR SKAGITa
STEAMER GLIDE.
Carrying the United Statea mails
LZAVKS YRSIJCH-8 WHAKI •»
I Monday. Wednuaday and Friday, re
taining Toeeday. Thoraday and Saturday,
nailing at Mukllteo. Tnlniip. Stanwood.
rtaalady, Fir Landing, Skagit City Meant
Vernon. Sterling and all lntannattj*
pointa ahorn. For freight oraaaaageapjto
oa hoard er >n QUO- WTfrtan. en
WELLS' LINE SAIL VESSELS
WWOM
«**» Vtmclmw to B—Hi*
Voaaeli la this line leave San FraacMM
every tec day*. Bp^^.r^OT
10 Calif arnia (treat, Ban PnuMtoe* •»
STL YRMI.KK.
Irl Sea Me Ammf
STEAMER HELEN.
FOR COLBY. PORTS ORCHftRO I*
WISHIR6TOR.
«. —JL BTEAMKB HKLKN. WJ
Wedneedar and TridjLj. at MO a •» J*
Colbr, MltcheU'e Mnt head at Port Or
nhara ; also. to bead of Port WeefcbwW.
R»tural*« leave head of l"ort WaehiafM
at 82* a. m.. head at Port Orchard at*
-a. Mif hall'i Point at 10J0 a. nu,Ojlbf 1'
m., arriving at Seattle aboet tJt {.■•
TO THE UNFORTUNATE
ML «lUtn
M Pt«peaM7 "f-*.
ShedT!•*. <2
£ICfK99B ih« iiwiirt ■
Sataal lad •"f 1
tmi
I ■ r T ;
The Met ml iJD ri*« at nM aetMß ***?_'*S
him TheDeotor bM vial lad■»
Borrpe ud obtained a freal deal ■
laformetlee «tlr» be to compel*#* *tf"
t» tboM la oe«<i er ht. m He—. Tie WJJ™
erne where there fail Tit ti* Pa
•uB Wli; aiake ne rh»nre Mlw te **'
rm-» pmoiirvei ai keae. oeU*™s
ili co—nclratt. tu atrtetlj COB»IImH*I
•en doliara fo* a ea kafa M ■ertwae.
dr»M DB. i. ». OIKBO*. ■«* f '
e< <w» fy>i t>«nt<»- i-nw-'te" ■■
FOR FAMILY USB
Snowflake Flour
IB THB BBBT.
WAITONG 4 C*om
CHINA TEA STORE.
Am LL Kiwneor TBA. pnuccr.rKOM
< h-na.ibe P uree« and be*b*«
paid tor Lire Hog* at the MakjM*
t r4 WyhtTifW
P. ANTHONY,
PRACTICAL BOOKBIIDEB,
T3APER KULXB. B ABK BOOK
M SASK

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