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Being abort of fanda ba MStlO jtlL tli (Mmmt 0«o. E Starr m teat lab) beeobed M Mil too Paint for Zsrzist'sZfzzzxii Ik* rw '• running uton. E A. 'lkorndjke ud T. Small *m ■liwli 1 jnurdt; for nteotaat over Ike Me afcild ot A. T. Fiiaw. Thoy ap Hand Won Joatioe loam, pleaded net gailty and thair beede vara Iliad at ttdeaaak. Tha main to Ik* iaellne ot bukaf m*m Htaek No. 7, having baaa oom aMad, mo wee aol fill oy tot tba CattlM aiaaa taken into tbe ahop. Tka Bod la. Ho. 8, will ba a tad hereafter M tba yard awileb engine. Ike fl at little ataamar Orteve, waioh «om oat from Koaton on two Sat aara. k baviag a (alaa kaal pat on ber and Mm pllliil la aaitabla aondltioo to aau tka trip to Aleak* She ia tba property ot Um Alaekt Uaion Mining CVxnpMiT Cktaf Jaatiee Jooea, Proteoutiog At torney Konaid and e*»er»l memb.r* of Um bar, left bare by Ibe .larwia Sunday tfaalofj tor Laaonner, woere ooart w.a •oa faced |aa tarda? Tba doakat la light, and tka term la expaated lo ba •arreapor d a*ty abort. Tba ikip Hpat.an, Captain Maigram Petite, arrived la port Monday afier booo is tow of io« Tyee. aixieen daya from Han Fransiaeo, and l< now at tba Uoaaa wjarf dimharging bailee*. The Captain thia trip ia aoonnpankd b? kit wlfaand *on, Maater lemplar Polite. Mn F. W. Clayton, who bad j ia! ar rtvad iaOiympia from a vtait to Ualifor Bla, aame to Seattle yealarday on tbe Clara Brown, in reaponaa ta a telegram aaaoaoaing tbe aavere illneta of ber htti* brother Claade Gaffuey, bat ah* too late to aee bim before be M. 1. Oar keek, of thia elty. ba* re eaived aflatai netißeaiion of tbe aooept aaaaef bia bid for the eonatraotion of tbe foundation u4 baaomeut of the MV Oaatom Hoato at Port Towneend. Mr. darkwk IOM to Port Towuvend to day to Sl* KM band tad make arrange Mai* lo oonanH the work. la Ike aaaa of the City rt Ah Woo a tad otbara, the de'ondanlo were die dliliil owing to the ordinanoe being bald by Jaatioe Soderberg to be A BOOB •tuition*!. (be ordinaao* arbitrarily tied the dtmenoion* of bedroom* in private booeev witboat referenee to Matter; condition* at a part meat* Mr. Prank W. Clayton. Supertntend tat of tbe Port Hlekely MUI o>mpouv'*J lataraata at LttUo Skookum. vaa la Se attle yeatarday. He atato* thai Sol. Slapeon la oa too groand with hie wag aataarta, tool* and team*, getting la •bap* to aoaamenaa aetlve work en the Ngat hound and Gray'* Harbor road. iMaa abort apora will be bnlll froaa va (Wat point* oa the road oat la to tba timber to obviate the neooatity of long teala, before the work of r xieoding the wad will ejaaaoßoe. Tte Metbodiat KpleoopU Oharoh Poaple are thinking aoaie of aaUiag lbr.tr valaable Second atreet pr iparty, aad •Martog * lot farther book, on wbiob to trtrt a larger aad more pretoattoaa tdtj**. Tba old Oharob be lid lag did waU*aoagb aetillbe town eatgree H, •ad oflentiuM* now It le too email to «•* thorn who wtah to wor-blp within Mwalla. The miller baa boon talked ■ *•* *»OM time, bat baa only recently ban torieaaly ooaeidered. i. K Lewie ■J* Ange* Maokiataab have boon ""■a traeteoo, to eonalder aad aot Moa tba matter of aolllng the Beoond ttr**t properly UetSotßrdiv night a poltoeman in ftrtlaad arraotod Carl Andaman aad <NM| MsiiliMMi ih« AanftiUnM man •ko mai tba twi •toboaiiah to work ow a farm that did art astat. They had boon etteaalvety y«*ii la playiag their game, whteh ***•*• aow arrtvala, priaelpally (■trami aad Hooodonoviann. to work —. " tr ** owned by lhoaoo|y«B or thou Tooae imaginary farma wore mwiiiu,*, located la vartonaoootton* of ?*a« Waebtngton Territory, while Jo (W HO did aot owa or repreeent ••ybody who did ow* a fowl of laad Wwbere. They woald prealee their 9*o per aonth eaeh. aad tben **""* »kat money thoy eonid from toem aad eaad thea off oa a wild gooae T*** n '7 "* "ported aa having nan* * land ofioe tiaalri iaa. aad It la beped they will be oailed a poo to *erv» long aoiitenee for their bril Cttaov* Mm Kiuj»-Ihuh; ***». ** ">• "»<■ m beadu* »kle ™" Tmw>. tbw sear Paya'lep. Ibe »U lnun tolMMl eoawthlac W« 1» the middle r 1 Uw usek, .dm !V fc,J "*• » »•« doabled op. Tk*aa ■totar whmted down brakra. kod Ik* « lb® oin •»» «Imi efc«efc*4 y*. l *' »to»*rd part of liM loaooom* "2? tt* proetnie nan. ead UM Mia JJ*w "»et hw body. ma Ulali n« t| IM "WT. \ owtardt? the eoadnetor le *om ***' *"* toe her** ooaatv Ohomt, *"• to »>ey*nap when aa itqwatvu w *>«a the train errtrtd leet ens *■ ™ eaedaafcw Mt(d Ikil ike mo ««I tkeat ft yew, <rf ead lb»i y**.'y » >»aad oa hie weoe wbieh •«* *« Mea«fy his Ttie eaa jy *to»*aa IhM Ike maa wee either ewdor lerrlblT dreak wkea Ike trala him. ee mn elm wee mad* la •»■*« hie etteetma ead em Urn W *"• 'apeadtew dtcaar. witkoat eaeeem. t^asgasass fi&.3Ss3isKs:s toe.«eanle Had ead 0«a Oak. Ike dab "2~* to elw itaeU ef ail Hi < iTliI I ill ■•to aod la aaather estama wtU k* «aiJ fmw onmaadt— a* .TwHr-lufni MMHmm. *• » fW **••« wt Vh*t "*' * ' '" 1 , Jarttos B. A.<ogssHat. I 1 lam* of Klrta tof* here yesterday '*l? Tl o'i'SMi7!',Cm 'J* af WMto tl"toaj 1 Braaha, OUaator of Oaa imiMal km lam amiag t«mt i a ai!l aod bo'el orow^tor^^f HooTa Oaaal, ia la the stty Mm TrlWa aad flaa flaaiilnii. kere Honday ■ r'aalZl** ** Mr. W. H Uaaaflia, of tha mat ss totoftrmef Mtoia, Ltowoßya AQsl. basimßMß* #2aa. ** * sxpeats to am away next Baaday. Fred Oraat aad wlfa arrived la Wsaltls laa> twin from Victoria. Tba maay friends of Mr. Oraat wtfl ba |M to bear of hie ntata. aad will extend to bimsslf aad Mr*. Oraat a aordiai wot B. M. Smith** of Boatao. Frad V. Ooaastosk of Btakatr. lama Prissross af Part Madim Oaartm Barm of Oatbooedo, Mtm Oaahaaaa of ftaahaalt, W. ■ Parbar af Taaoma. IL B. Rao- Ma of PorUaod. lam Ooldamiih of La aoaoar, are at tba Arlington. O. I. Thompsonaf Taaoma. 1. Allan, of Paeallao, J. B. Parker, of Port G*m b*», Wm. OamM. of OMaago. HI.. Mra. Jawetl aad ahildrso of S-w Tork Mite Minn., Mia. B W. diehard*, and daasrbtsr, of Madisoe. Mala*. Mra. II t. Maple aad eeo. of Alhaav. Or. a Br srubraefc, Geo. Psahsa. af Aldsa, m., Allen Howard, of Qrmawood, lIL, am at ths New Eagiand. P. J Hmtthvrf Bqnak; D H. MsLasb laa. of BiaskDisai-od; C M. Hall, of Port Ladlow. O. Bitot, of Port OaasMe; W. W. perrlgo, of Hoaohtoa: J. H Prise, of Taaoma; P. Ooita, a Bohstta. of Portland: T. B. Kaafmaa, a D. Pleas, Spokaoe Palls; D. A. Badao, af Moatmal; W. B. Onpstoad. La Qrome; Oaarge W. Wile-e. HerWt P>wsre. Mrs Warfc, Him Work. Mim Mail, af Tiatoria, am at ths Branswiok. P. W. Pwinnot, Jr. aad wifa, af Otympta; W. 8. Penmaa, of Nswoastls; Chaa. Barnam, of Bistoa; Wiuian Robertaoo. of Smihomish; Tboo. B. Wiloos. M M. Oaks, of Portland; Jeba P. Hort. at (Mvmpia; W. M. Ladd. af Portland; J. P. POM. M. L Levy. 8. Kline. O B. Hawlev. of 8u Praiimsan; Alfred Wbittls Whitehaven, Jobn P. Oopoiath sod wife, af Lafayatto, lad t A. H. Wlntrede. af Towossod; A. 8. Ooaig and wlfs, of Mslina, are at the Oeoidsatal. Free exhibit loa of Hata far one week In tha aantar window. HtU froaa B% to IS. Toslm A, Hiaonita*. Oar bowery department la taaaalnc with bargalne. Wa will eontinoe thfa. week the moat eeaaaeeful, and to oar aeetomer* tba moat eatiefaolory, apeeial aaia of koaiary tbat baa ever been al taoptad in thia eonqtry. ep24 Toiua A fhaoaaMan. Ttu win ctpuit ■■ imii. "Lai me tall yea what thia Inter state Commerce taw baa dona for ma," aald Captain Brittaln lo a reporter. "I wanted eomething extra good ia tba way of boilera for tbe Libby, and aome mootha ago I contrasted with a Bra in Erie, Pennaylvania. for two hollera I fonod oat the freight voald be 9340. wbiob waa eatiafaatory enough. The other day I reeeivad word that tbe btilere ware eompleted, and whan I went to make arrangements fer their ablpment the railroad people Informed ma, tbat on aoooant of tbe Inter State Onmmaroe bill, the freight areeld be S7BO, Inataad of *240. I told the agent if tbat waa the oaae tbat en eooount of Ibe Inter State Commeree Mil, I w>ald sit ebip them by rail, bat woald let a contract for Iwe boiler* here tbat will anawer a y partner an* tbip tbe Penn aylvanie boiler* by water. Accordingly, today. I eontraetad with Barb for Iwe fifty I nek boilera. to be eompleted in five weeka, and wbao tbe Erie boiler* arrive I will pat them into tbe eteamer i. C. Brittaln. tbe kail of wkiak ia aee aeaaoniag In T W. bake'* Mtipyard." Free exhibition of Hala for eae week la toe oenter window. Hat* from So. to |5. TOIUI A Mraoaaiiaa. apr* 10 oonto. 300 d a boya' boavy weight ribbed bow. Extra length foe 10 oent* pair. Toe LA* A Sntoaatu*. iaaiTU. or laa W* F. Wrrr.a*i«.— San day afternoon the fear mooted aobooaar Wa. P. Wltx«man Bailed late tola port and doeked at the Yaaler wharf, twelve daya from San Franoioeo. with >OO tone rf aorehandtae for Seattlr mershaou. Aftoa dtoobarnlng bet freight aba will proaoad to Pnrt Modi •oa to load lumber for Saa Franeieoo. la *w»M*allia with the septula a re porter gleaned the foil owl eg Informs tloa ragardiag the ■ohnooor: She le tbr •aly foar-mated aobonaor, with oa* exaepttoa. oa tba Paeifle Ooaat. Her length M 16H feat, beam 35 feet, aad depth af bold IS feet. Mbe waa ba'lt at Homboldt, OaL, raooaUy, at a onot of Eooa Her moaagtag owaer la Mr too Madlaaa of Baa Frao*iooo, aad bar builder la Mr. H. B. Boadlsen. Sbr la Sttad ap with all the modern appll aaoaa, bavi g a donkey engine oa board *od olktr libor-ftvioi ippdABOM, sod lo (opoeially adapted for the ooaotlas trade. Mw aarrtoo IN man, all told Her oaptaia ta Jaa. Maitoa, an old time Quarter, former!» ma*t*r of the aabnoaar Maria E Smith, ball! at Port B akaly by Hall Brother*, aad wbiob la aow plytag between Port Gamble and Saa Pedro. Tba Wttaeeaaa be* a apread of 9000 yard* of oaavaa. and tbia, her Brat trip, t* aaaelJered a good one tea daya to the eapo. She l*av today for Port Mad term, aad la etpeotod to ran her* regatarly ta Wall*' line of aabooc ara. Bbe broagbt freight for the feltow tag aadgaeea: Harvtagtoo A Smith, B kH. T. Mroabto. J AG. Oeobaa, P. Paaloon. Stewart A Bos. 8. Lamber Co . M A 00, 8. H . the A. P. H. Co . R. J Moraa, Jmm A BabbaU. J. H Irvtaa, N I%libera, U Ilia A Stewart, J H. Mar ttaa. VtaaU A Poloea. C. W. a. J. H Walker. «. 0. Oibb*. Fraoeaib vl Broa.. F W. H„ 1 O. Parker. 4. Hattoo, M. U O . 8.. H. ft. R. Oe.. i. D. Btoa. Tba «nnto*t Hat window ever exhib ited In Seattle m aow dieptayod in tba pooler window of Toiua A Snoaaaaa. Todit A Hmwau*. ala*t«»atb or*- tnry doatera in otothtng, obooa, bain, far a lonian gooda. dry good* aUhnery. fancy gooda. otoaha. otrapa. trnnka. vo- Itaaa, robber gooda and garo*on>o. Com mirttil and Waobtngton otreo>e op>4 k Biukvn Bauuai> ViTt Yreter day aftetaooa, Hr. Docald, Beeoad Mew at tke ehip OeroodaM. wu left la eteamead bf Mr. g et—a. Ike liM i4at, wko veal W Poet Ti eeeead he ee eoane frieade. Darto* tke afteraeoa Mr. Doaatd took embrace II *oae*- ikiw Mr. Meeno. UM eook ead eteward. did. ead preen did to wipe tke M wttk ike eai iiialiadiai of Ike talley Mr. Maaea dkl a*hbeeaah aw««o ead la J Warn Maken'i ooart. ekergiac bie aaaailast with aaatalt aad battery. The eaa* will be iaeeeatcaled today Tba ereateal Hel wtedaw rear exhib ited la SeMUe to bow <tet>l*T*d le tke aoo dea t«M* It M aat ikaa we w a). We will be*te a etaertac eale aa ft*. M easoot to daptlaetod aarwber* t«n» I«B«I I IfatMWtl af tha —!»■!•» tines Is tha Daian 11 tS artot ths following: " TJe Wefl a<r«r< /My to tbo «Mnl of t Tbe Chic® FmUc'ViUroad Oonpany. ■Wday. will Mi* miM of C Oram Bailway * XnttitM Cm WT ul th* Onm TrenawnaHnental •toss; also of Iks HwMmu Ptole. Oadsr ths Imm the Onm Bailway A Xsrtgatto* C !■>«■> aeeoree • nuut; from ths (Mm FMMt of S par east, on entire aaaltel, * guaranty whioh ths Caioa Pesifis ia able lo earry oat. The lam ia sws of the most Importat rail • WTloHtlw. Ilia impossible to ee *ll= Ha the adfutatM «biob will reaail to the proyarUaa intonated. Il la a lama ishiat ia embryo. Tim reemlta wilt be of a most important ebarattor." —-J M ■— ■■M »w® ■ ww UTBT* A Larva Xaashsr af Traaala Arrived la Fart Towaeewd laawal Pa- Ma ■artae Bawa. Tha northwoet wiad arhloh prevailed oa Baaday Bight broach! ap from the Strait* a Una Seat of raaaelc. meat!; li»a San Prsasassn. Two reaaaia ar rtved from Australia, making tba pas aaate, oa* la 76 and tba other ia 87 data. The average vovagae front tbo Bay Cay was 14 day*. Several veemls am do* from Australia, intending to load laea b*r *o the Soand. They nsaaliv mean a aaal oharter from Sydney. N. 8. W.. to Baa Prano'soo, thenss ta ballast to ths Soood porta. ■taam nwa. Ths Norwegtaa hark Opbir, naptaia Sameonasa, 787 not toanaw, 76 days from Melbourne, arrived on Maoday to load lombar haofc to Aaatralia from Part GamMs, at SO (hilling* par thoomad (*et Tha German bark OaH Bath, Oaptaia Hall, 523 am tooaag*. 87 day* from Mel boa rue, arrived oa Sunday to load lum bsr oa the Hound as a return ear go. Tha ship Dashiag Wave. Captain Bo na, 1064 not toansg*. passsd op ths Soand oa Saoda* ia tow of the las Ta soma, 13 day* from San Fraasisos. to load a return cargo of lumber at Ta rhsship Alaskt, Oaptaia Prilakard, I*l6 a at toaoage, 10 days from Sao rranoisoo. arrived on Sondsy baand for raooma to load ooal as a ret arc Barge. The ship Wm. A Oampbsil. Oaptain Hawthorne, 1494 net tonnage, sailed from Barrard'e lolel oa Bataiday for M'lboorns, lumber lad so Tba bark Alden Baaaa, Captain O'Brien, 842 net tonnage, waa towed fna Viotoria by tha to# Mogul. Tka four mealed nohoooer William F. Witzm to, Captain Jemae Jobneoo. 450 Ml tonnage, 13 day* from Baa Fran olaoo, arrived on Sunday boand far Port Madieoo, to load lanber aa a re lore oargo. Tba bark A areola. Captain Foliation. SB Ml tonnage, 19 daya from Sen Fraaeieee, waa towed opto Tac>ma on Sunday by the log Teoema, to load ooal M a return oarg*. The ebip Spartan, Captain Polite, 1633 a*t tonnage, 16 daya from Ban Freocieoo, arrived oa Sanday, boand for Seattle to load ooil aa a retard oargo. t ne abip Valley Forge, Captain Love, 1236 net tonnage, arrived, 12 due from San Pranetaeo, and waa towed to Beat tie yesterday by tbe tog Tvea to load a ret arc oargi. The Tyee will retnrn with tbe bark Oermania ooal laden for San Franc teoo, when ahe will take tba bark Biaenberg in tow and prooeed to tbe Oboe today with both veatele. Tbe tbip Qoorge F. Manaea. waa on Saturday towed to Nanaimo from Port Angeioa by the tag Magal, to load ooal for San Franoieeo. The ahip K. P. Bosk, Ciptain Carver, 18 day* from Ban Praootao >, boaod lo Nanaimo to load eool aa a retaro oargo. we* reported to be in the rtratte yeoter fbe ahip harveeter, Oaptain Toyle-, 1494 net tonnage, arrived at Port Aag« logon Monday, boaod for Nanaimo to load a e »rgo of aoal for San Pranciaoo. The United State* reranoe outlet Bear baa bean ordered from Ban Fran oiaoo to erataa off the eoaat of A.leakt taring the aaoaer, to *nforu* the rer an ae lean tod pretest the aeal fltheriea. The Britteh bark Mallagele. Oapuin Hproti, tea day* froo* Ban Prenol*oo, arrived at Port D**oovery oa Bnaday, to load lataber for the Weal t)o«*t. The Britigh iron ah p Dirland. Oap taia Bid well, 1,69 ft net tonnage. wai ibartered laat week in Saa Frenoiooo to load a oargo of ooal fro** Nanalao aa a retara oargo. Her oanal oarrying on pa jitv la J. 500 tana. The Brittab ablp Shannon, Captain Biana, 1 382 net t> nnage, baa finiab*d loading a oargo of lamber at Dtaking'* MlHa.Barrard'o Inlet,for Melbourne aad will aall thla week. The Britlah bark Glaufarg. C.ptala Natt. 851 art tonnage, arrived at Moody villa, oa Saoday, foar daya from Aito ria. to load lambat for Boenoa Arreo. The ablp Solitartr, Oaptaia So well, 1.462 not tonnage, arrived oa Sunday, tan daya from San Franoiaeo, boaad to Nanaimo to load a retara oargo of ooal. The tag Mognl towed to aea oa Saa day to* Norwegian bark Proapeot, Cap tola W »ld. 710 net tonnage, from Te aoma. and the ablp Alexander Datbie, Otpaain Craigb*n, from Port Blakoly, both lombor laden for Helbonmo. The aohooner Carrie Hayden. Captain Taylor, arrived on Snnday from San Ia as I aland with twenty one ton* of potatooo ooneigned lo Maaara. Watorman A Katx Tba Norwegian bark Boooaborg, Oap lata Johaneeeen. S6S net tonnage, ar rived veeterdav from Ctaalady with a aargo of 573,000 foot of lombor. In tow of toe Tyee. The veotol will sail today for Sydae*. N. 8 W She carrtoe the aargo for QfeU per tboaeand feet. A barkoattna. lamber laden, raond down yeotorday at 3 p. m aacer call The hark Oa**. Ctptala Hrynotda, 1 060 not tonnage, wbiob aatlod oa DM. Mb. IfW, from Teeoata lamber laden for Baanoa Ayr**, pnt into Port Stanley. Falkland lalando, on Maroh 4:b, with lb* mooter Bortonal; Ul. Tae ahip Shiriev. Oaptatn MaOairo. 987 net tonnana. tea day* from San Fraaatoon. arrived yeotorday aftornooa ander eatl. boaod to Taooma to load lambor aa a return oargo. The altera«bip Idaho arrived yeotor day at 4p. m. from Portland. Sbo will leave tbio evening or ear y toaiorrow for Tba rtoamahip Geo. W. Elder otiled oat of tbe barber nn Snaday alia a for Baa Fraartooa, M bonr* behind her Tbe Brtttab ahip Brtherby. Captain Ohetfew. 400 not tonn*gr. ended from •ydney. N. 8. W. on Karen Bd far Portland with a *argo of »«9 ton* of : 00*1. Tbe ablp B.phart, Oattta Harhina. 1543 net tonnage, arrived yirtirday, 15 day* froaa Baa Prnnoteoo. bonnd to Bo aklt to lend a retara earg-> of ooal. I Tbe foer-mooted ahip Owna King. Oaptaia Sawyer 2510 aot tannage, ftn- Mbed landing bar oargo of oonl nt Nnnaiao aad lo ready far aoa. *UT M IT Thai piu*a*M ikat beaonfal. eeft aad of Ma epyleellea « tojartooe link? eompiHtwe ail Ula aad m by tad>«e at mm ead wllaemeat Ike ■eaal detwMfsl tetlet eruete nwr pro daard. ftw*etol aader a forfeiture at SIXO te he abaaiatoly free from harmful or iajaitoae wbania. For mM by 4. B. tnvaai. art vetaAw^ SEATTLE DAILY POST-INTELLIGENCER, TUESDAY, APRIL IM7. *a— Uimui.anuaarm Pr**>eßt of toe NorthsrnPeetfls Beit road, hts fterned from Ma n leaded trio to to* hi to— -4 to with a leadtag attixea of Tifi Tester day: "We ktnb«a*to*iMtto(il(M a# it Greta rtnt tad pfrtod sseeoa aa patiblt.• week eotsld not ba obtained. The nr SSrriened'' *** Fost Irm^raaxco oat bete* aooseesfel to aeeariiwSUaiia It bad bean stated tost B. O. Smith fwidWtfttiTtowOatfOMapiT. MktdimniMto«itolb.tito •OB on thia Mhjeot. and ba wae eeaa : I aroold moab rather rem woald My aethto* »koot it." mid Mr. Smith, ap- Pe'aaUj —Bb annoyed at Use qeeetieß pot to bias. "liawatteitßtbal Ims beaa «id oa toe aabieet bai beea to ooofldaooe, aad realty f de not know that there ta aaytoias Mote to it than rthtttijd." a tn WIT cm oomjuunoa. The reporter quieklr made it aiear to Mr. Bmita that he (toe reporter) had eeate by the inf.rmatioa legitimately and that h waa Ma (toe reporter'e) baei- O*M to publish the news, not to eeppreee it. He thee inquired aa to jost what iron mine it wee that toe reed wae to be botlt to. At this Mr. Smith retreated aaribeeoald " My nothing aboet H." W. H. Fife was Mid to have setae IB formation oa the aabject, bat. when ap proeohed, referred the reporter to Mr. HMtth. Mying that if that geatlemea bad reeeieed b>e information with li •eaM to make it pabiio. all right. bat that ha (Mr. Fife) bed reeeieed all he knew a boot it from Mr. Ssaith. aad waa oet at liberty to repeat it. Some moo the ago there eisitod Ta aotna aae, two er three geetioroea from the Em, who were reported. after a abort stay to the eeaatry, to have as eared eery rateable ireo miaea—or iron property, at leeet—jest at the point a«med above en boa deposit reported then to be the beet oa toe Sound. These ■en wets at the time repotted to have made the porobaee with a proviso that the Northern Paoifla ooald be iodooed to boild a branch to the mines, to whieh eaM they woald pat ap a bleat fttrnaee aad make tbe iron ea the ground. This ineidsnt was recalled by those to whom the building of tbe new branch '« suggested with lbs murk tbat it waa probably a stquenoe ef tba former. Tba branch will lean tba main line aaar Wilkaaoa. aa ooa of iu objeato will be to make qniek aad obtap eommuni oattoa with tbe Ooal and eoke of thai region. "Tba parpoae of tba bam, no doubt, ia to bead off the Seattle. Like Shore 4 Eutern into tbat regton Tbey are already at work slashing and clear ing tbe right of way," aaid tba iaf.rm aat first quoted. and who gave tbe in formation be bad wilb tbe anderetand ing that bia nana ahead not be pah liahed. "t am told tbat thia iron enterprise— tba mines being equally distant from Taaama aa from Seattle—is to be worked distinetly in ita own interest, with na leaning to one or the otber of the towns, or without favaritiam," aaid Poetaaeter Sampson, dropping into the oonTereation over this matter. "I am told farther," he oontinoed, "that Gen eral Anderson baa aaid that tbe railroad would be built around the bead of Com- mrnoement bay aad on oat to tba wharves witbii sixty diva. Speaking of railroad news you oan jiat say tbat." The Demooratio committee of ten met yesterday afternoon at John P. Jad sou's offioe and formulated tbair plans for tbe joint meeting of this even- Speaking to J. B. Cromwell, President of the Lloeoln olub, jMlatda; after oow, lb* question tu pat to him: "*h»t will the Hepublioans do if the j >in» oomoolite* doe* not pot op • t ieket to unit." "Ob, bat tbey will," be (aid, "Ihey (the straight ticket people; could net well pat ap another tieket now a* tbere ia eaeb a strong feeling that way joat now." Another straight tieket man (who re filled to allow bia name to be printed) took a different view of it. 11* laid: The committee baa taken opm iteelf a big reeponstbilily—that of naming can didate* for the people to rote for. I have no doobt of tbe boneetj of th*ir in tention, bat that doaa not lesasn tbe re sponsibility. Tbe; will no doobt nam* Rood men, bnt tbere ia the ebanoe of the oominatiena not pieaalng the people. lam not a kieker—all I want is s good ticket and I will support it. Tbe only reason I object to the method of nam ing it is ita liability to eraate diseeation at tbe la*; minute. There ia little doobt that, if tbe tieket wbiob ia annonnoad on Wadneaday morning ia not (atiafaetory. a kepublioan tieket will be pat In the field. Tbe whole thing hin&et on the nomination*." TU VOSTICUITUBAUm. W. J. Bowman, Chairman, e«lled a meeting of tbe Diet riot Branob of tbe Waabingtan Hortteultoral aooietr.wbiob waa held in Payallop on Sunday. It waa decided that the Braneb (Dtatriet No. 14) sbaald smbraee the bertieol t oral lata of the entire eoonty. The meetieg adjourned to meat again on Mty 7 th, wnan the organ izitioa of the Branob will be oompieted. It ia intend ed that that day will be made notable by a floral exhibit and other featurea of interest to thoas in sympathy with the (toeity. A oommittee of three—Mr*. W. B. Blackwell, W. U. Laa and Henry Bueey—were appointed to arrange for tbe exhibit and prepare a programme. Ibe Waahington Horticultural Society (of wbtob tbie ia a braneb) haa iasued neat oertifloatea of meaberahip. The Beetety baa three oiaasss of neobm; ths first being the "aaußai," who pay a foe of $1 per year; the "life." who pay •10 cash down; and tbe "beoorary." who are eleoted by tbe Seeiety for their dtetingniabed merit ia bortieeltnre—the word hortieoltare embraoing pomology and floriculture, lb* Seeiety hoi da an aaeuai meeting in Deoember and a semi aanaal meetiag in June at rash time and place aa it direeta. Ear* Meeker, of Payailap, returned an last Botarda* frem a riatt ef a month in New York. Be ie looking excellently well U* snys that bepe are backward to sprouting bat that that is good. "Tbe am a«* bee Menaced fally fifteen per eent., ha says. and wttere tbere were fear million pound* last rear, there will be fire million this year. Ttotxu. April 2V.-Tfc* Optra Hoaaa w— wo«M at tk* mainiim of Mtokaai £«■»*, for Ik* flr»<ara'« Tm !"■»» from Saattia mtiM M U>- vbarf toy tka faeoeee II«MI ud Ooawuy Q N. O. W , ud MM by ife* Taeosa Kim aunt bu4, ud aaeortad by tkaaa to th« Outnl Hoial. Tka M) to toriii a ««ta una loowrkt. Attar tka otoaa of tka parfonaaoea. a raaaptiaa ™ *i*aaattk*O.A. K HtU toUuHwulanMH. rba boat to carry tbain toto koma vaa dtiayad from II i* 1 o alaek a. m.. HI nruaaij— T~ Ow craal #a Nil atla. parfaetioa par faated. fiaaat at tka iaa. vortk SIS. boaakt at tka cm* uwm mM ol J. UuatO*. louMi tnottu. 9tuku Scu>-Mr A. Eaatau, wto kaa tka uatl ooatraal aa Hoad'a Caaal from Port Oaaibla la Catoa Ctty. kaa m* 4 * I *!y* lt Truufl!^■T >r * >l *** aaaal "" aad«a aaka pniuiwa oa papa*, bat va prodaaa —aryikiaa •* adaaruaa. A* for antkins yea aaa la oar adrartue •waed ye» wffl 4a4 Ik caosa or M IOUT. comnu TooßTßsa aoam. The Mlilki r aw w.h. v»M sb* Leigh 8. 1. But. B*3* * HhTaTto X m. H, tp. *. rue* S Tuaaa WD Oman to A. & Umnßji X*!i of SW\ I*k ef 9W<e at me 14. BEV KB* ud NB* of R«VmS. £ *. namt M Jrte.aS A. B. Llewellyn 10 On. H. LtMeewwod, MM. 11(000. Heirs <rf C. M fu Dorea to to* Beß «S£L' right of way, IN Hal's! iota I t sad I m. 27, to. « iu«a 4 ia«ilL ery arrived. Toa will lad toe eery lateet noeetuea at oar eases. TotutlSnama. Aad the old f elks leoeh when they find that toe ptsaesat Oattfseato Uqaid trait reeaedy, Syrap of Figa, la »are aeatly takaa aad asote beaeietol M Ue aetoaa tbaa bitter, ■aeaauna medtotaoa. It la a moat valaabte famUy ramady to eat ea to diapel ooida! ttahrta wad fever*. Maaafaatared ealy by the OaUfeaala Pit Byrwp 00., Hut Fraaetaao, OaL For tale by A. B. Snrwaar. overflowing. 'onMaSe of* atoetwj! Monday morning. Tona 4 *iv nsatr Ditti or * Buau Box.—Tsstorday forenoon at 11:30 o'sieak Oaad Seek man Oafaay, ysaageet ssa of T. aad M. A. Oeffoey. died M tbe heeae a* hie parents to North SeettK toed 7 years, S ■sooths aad 8 dm. Hia ailmeat was typhoid paeasaoafa. Little Olaod Gaff ney waa a regular 11 tends at at the Daaaj^Ssboo^jadfsr neither beta tardy aot abssat, aad stood foarto ta a etoM of ebeat thirty six. Haetoff a mild, ahasrfal aad ebe dieat dispoeitioa. be waa a aaaetal faroctte with bis teaehsr atoaa of Oaptoto fa Stoatoa*7ls Blakely, with wbom be was a mat favorite. Hia father, Mr. T. Qeffney, is ahief sßginssr aa tbe toff Mogul, aad it bee been impomibie to fee eh him by inltnnpli x»t fiMnl will Mm rrlitTt from the Obepel of the Good Hbaphard aa Wadaaadey afternoea et So'atoek. 75 OSO yards oflawa at as yard. Other booeM ebarge ts aad Ts fee asse. Te be bed ealy from as. apS4 T«ui A Bnamuj. Eworno m B— Baaflaj eitiseas turned oat pretty ■■■■rally to aajoy it. Alaaaet twrj ma ud ear nags in tb« oity was brought into requi sition udtloM UM all Ik* pleasure boats were oat skimming ow tbe Sound. Quito a number of pica token visited Baiabridje Island and Saber mea visited Oartay eraafc. la Kitsap oooaty, and Oadar itiai, is tola oeonty, is quest of tba spartive troat. Tba ob umbos, botb morning and araaiai. vara wall attended tad everybody seemed to rajotoa tbat we had beaa favored with ooa really pleasant Baa day. Our great f I 95 troßeers' eale; eoma and eompare them, tbay an beyond all eompirieon with gooda offered else where. TOKLAS A Snonius. Dr. Hignerett's S star sanaperitla, the great blood parifter. apS Bngi WAT. —Sunday afternoon a livery team, driven by Wa. Braakatt, took fright aad started to run. Ia endeav oring to aheek tbam Mr. Braakatt part ed one ef the lines, and tba team than, of ooures, beoama wholly unmanage able, and oentlnaed running till tbey bud smaabed Ita buggy apoaoeiderably. Strange aa it may aaam. Mr. Braakatt. who stock to tba team to tba last, es eaped with only a alight bruise oa oae of his bands. Still ahead of all competition. Oat great aaetioa parobase beat* the world. Hueh bargains In usderwear will never be preeented to the poblie again. TOKLIS A BIHGUHII. Nbw Banne Kia* -Osptain George O. Hill and Oolooel Buott bat* far and a ander tbe Mine and •tyle of Hill, Booti A Co., bankers and brokers. Their ptaoe of boeiaeas la ia tbe hassmsnl ef the Poet Building. Synonymous terms— Oosspiete sis •ss and three star sarsapar la. apsm MBUKTY* Dr. Batah, tbe oealiet, eeleoted with great Mr* a fall line of speetMlse and eye glasses. whieh are now for sal* at A. B. HTBWAjrr's dpi store. apfim Sick Headache, Now whew the bods begin to shew, Tis tine for young andaid to know That Fsrer* Lassitude and ail The ill* at ladlgestimi's ealL With every trouble, aehe or eats. That foUowa la the Batons train. Win eoatter. like the 'h(»T— at aisht Before a draught ef ULTZBI bright. DIXON, BORGESON & CO., Manufacturers at every flsawlpHan at SHOW GASES. Center frsst si d B'arfe atresia. Ptrtlaad. Or. LITf BROS., igesti, Seattle. 612. Figures don't lie. 612 Front St., 18 THE BUSIEST HOI'S* Of TU pmtr UM tad*/. Strtot attaattoa to boalaaaa. and Bad Bock Oaah Prtoaa. HIVE PLACED IS FIHST II TNI LIST, Wkara «a tatead to Tie liter-State Ciuerce Bill WißMa4pftoM«9b Taka Tim* tg tka Fa«a>atik ud hay wa. taikrMeaUft HALEY & WRIGHT, tan*!*, w. T. P. a Bat US. Tatepkaaa* 612. It is easy to use big-sounding words and make grand promises on paper. But if Toklas &Singerman were to follow the general Seattle dry goods fashion the English language would have to be remodeled to show how far they surpass all competitors. As this cannot now be done, an appeal to the peo ple's common sense must be taken, and a re quest to examine STOCKS and PRICES for themselves is hereby urged. A few bargaii flgires may speak leader thai wenls, aid se the piMic had better leek the fellewiag List Of er this Bering. CUTTING DEEPER THAN EVER. SPECIAL BARGAIN. 12 pieces Colored Rhadames, at 95c. per yard, Oannot be duplicated for less than $2. 10 pieces Foulard Silk, striped and figured at 75c FOR $9. GREAT We claim they hare no equal even at $lO. Frioee toll. Our stores crowded. They tn perfection perfected; the finest of the fina ; UM beat of the good. Wo wo not egotistical; wo do lot wont to aouad oar praiseo, but wo add hundreds of thorn last week. They wore bought at the great auction sale of J. Bona A Co. We got 980 000 worth of them. Come ud compare thorn ; they are beyond oil companion with good* offered elaowhore. Always something of interest in our Dress Goods department At 15c. 49 pieces aew Striped Combination Salting, elegant style* worth Me. Our Gtreat Oheap Sale of Hosiery* Daring the put week It has tee* mm uuquallled success. The (Mlewlug barg«i* let* will he oflered this week: IN dozes Faacy Celered lose* regular leagths, at Se. per pair* cheap at lie At lte. IN desen Mettled loee* regular leagthe* -at !•«., werth Me Tea eaa eare 10 eeate per pair hj haying them at ear steree. Ladies' Summer Merino and Gauze Underwear. Extra value, not to be found elsewhere. ▲t Me. 3 eaeea ladles' superler Oaase Vests, la S dlffereat etjlee. A special bargala at tie. Alee geed valaee In ladlee* flae Game and Merine. Ladles* Silk Blhhed TeeU* genuine Impelled Swim* la Ire eeWr* and three etjlee Spring "W raps. Bear in mind that we handle only the best and latest styles. Tear eh«lee 9i tee garaMata, h..ght at l«a thaa half *rtee t the larfnt aaeertmeat erer shewa la this city. LACE CURTAINS. Pent hi? n curtaia hefere yentareseea < sun. 50*0 pain. t* pleeee Ma Scrim* werea celers and 40 laches wide, at IS I tc. Our Boys' and Children's Clothing Department. The largest between St. Paul, San Francisco and the North Pole 2000 Suits to select from. | far um of netted ud llerMk Belt BalU at ft, price ujwhere $4 He.*. Special •fferiag** Caesteere Salt* Ha.S. The (< eat Cerdarey Salt, special bargain, lie. 4 Aml a variety ef all weel salt*, that will aat fall ta pleaae. EVERY DAY OUR HAT TRADE 18 GROWING). g #re f«it !■ mmr itere thaa all e'her stores eeaMaed, at eae-half the prices Ceae aad see them. TOKLAS & SINCERMAN. (fHITRI tIiMS Sfl CITII. SAMPLES SBMT TO ASDBBSS. DRESS GOODS. At We. M pieces 34-ineh Colored Cashmere. At T I Sc. 10# pieces S4 lnch Armnre Saitlsf. FOR $9. SUITS.