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Published la ths Post Building, aa Mil:
wrest. Seoul*. Wssh Tor.
. Tu Powr-brm.Liosa<.-aB will aat on
dsrtaks to rstnra raleeted maoaacripsa.
aanbrtbattoa* must be seat wtth ibis
TU Wl'l IMA.
Tbs idsas of ths Maw Ttrk Bma ar*
always original aad often good. Ita
lat*at idsa osaetrniag what tbs Dsmo
erat* ought to do in WBH, k contained ia
MM following:
far Pmtdrnt
David Bennett HIU, of Now York.
Ar Viet PrmUUnl
1. Proetor Knott, of Ksatosky.
Por Uewraer of .Vw York
Charias O. B. Walker, of Chsmttag.
PUtform:
The bast government la thai ahieh
govsrns least.
Bars lbs East and the Wast, Now York
and Kaatasky, Northers Bourboniam
aad Ssaihara Boorbontam, are united
on a platform which is *tmplicJty ttasif,
aad whieh asssrt* a single proposition
Whieh nobody will take the trouble to
dtapata. Fran a l>*saocratio stand
poiat, it Is a good Idsa. However, it
will probably never b* adopted ootsids
of the Sum nfflea. Ths Dssaoarsts ar*
aot la the habit of bating apon ths
Bun't idsas, and psrhaps it is ths worts
for thwmlvM that they ar* not.
TKt fund ral—i for llu iMom and or
yAaa* of .V«M«K attuti tKt rharity and
gmerotily of Us ptopU if SoaUlt. TKt
good utork ikouid mot »tup Ktrt. Ltt (As
fund IncrtOM until entry man and ttoman
m tK» eity Is asmltrsl among its cunlrih
utari.
CUAMU AEMIATMB.
LM* telegram* Indloate that thsr* la
ooee more a flatter of activity amsag
thoee who favor the annexation of
Oaaada to the United Mates, and that
an sflort will b* mad* to bring tb* an
Mxalion question befese tbe people of
Oanada la a praotieal shape. Tbe
■ovamenl, however, is not likely te
amount to mash. That tb* ultimate
destiny of Oanada is annexation to the
United Hla tee, ail Amvtean* believe,
bat that w* are upon tb* *ve of annexe
Mon, nobody balievea.
If lbs annexationists in Oanada are
anmsroos and a* influential as 1*
assarted, it mast be said that they have
remained pb*nom*nally quiel. They
have asserted themselves in ao way in
the polities of the Dominion, and. bat
for a vole* raised here and there at wide
intervals, tb* world would bav* been
jaatifled ia b*li*ving that tbe idea of
annexation never oro**ed a Canadian
brain. II will he extraordinary, in
deed. If tbe sentiment in favor of an
Daxatioa shoald develop so rapidly thai
the dream of the few ieolatod annexa
tlonists should be realised all al onoe.
II la undeniable, however, that there
U • growing Mntiment throughout Can-
Ma la favor of the formation of a cue
tome anion with the lotted Stale*.
Thla weald hit the first atop toward the
polilloal anion of lb* two oouatri**.
and, while it would he v*ry far from the
Uli Map, It woold mark the Inaogora
(ton of a movement whioh would net
Mop abort of annexation. The policy
•f the United Htatoe ie again*! the ao
qnlaitiua of territory by foroe. bat if
UM people of Canada aotually *i|>r***ed
a deal re to booorne oitisen* of the
rapablio, there la no doubt that their de
aire woold ha gratified. Croat Uritain
woold, of ooaree, object and would eeek
to drive aa good a bargain a* poMible.
kat If Mb the Culled Htatoe and Can
ada won determined upon uniting, the
■Mber ooaatry would yield aa graoe
fally aa poaalble. Of ooaree, there are
many grave objection* to the aanexa
lion of Canada, but theae will deubtleae
be or* room* in time, and it ie net im
probable that there are tfaeao now liv-
Ing who will aaa all of North Amerioa
under the dominion of a etngle Kngliah
•peaking people
While the Immediate annexation of
Canada U anything bat probable, hew
•▼or, It la not at all nalikely that Nova
(tootta may aoon break away from the
dominion and aeok to bo admitted Into
the lalon The people ef that provinoo
are thoroughly dlaaatiafied with the ax
itflng atato of affair*. and a rapidly in
eraaaing majority of them are eaid to
bo in favor of arparnlion from the
Dominion, aa la aiao the provineial gov
aramont, and a movement in that dl
roMton may be *xt<*g|rd et any time
4s appeal for admiaaiea into the t'nieo
would probably not follow at oaoe, bat
II wuald tnovitably fellow, and the yeo
fie of the Taitod State* would be
brought faoo to faoe with a qaeotioo of
prime uaportanee. Tbey woaid be
aalled upon to deoide upon a poliey to
ho followed with reference to our nortb
era neighbor*. and I her* eon be little
douM that their deetaiou would be that
Neva bootla might eome into the ( man.
If yu« Amo aVul, .amfrtAalaJ (,i
tto f<tml fm (to nlmj of (to wtoew oa.i
oeyAoaj .Vo*a*m», 4, ee j( em-e. Att
tKtmtU aaeut ua lAu < uort
m nttui iiMtn •»»•
Tb« wfcoi* aoaolry i* or«r
W*lUr food k ]ak* af
Mtloafci pr»vom>4>» t*» bm p*ri«
irtiod. *nJ, Htnagt to nUw, Um He
IIOM IK Ibuw pfeMKMMMII* *b*r%> ked
kn»»tu»i indiTtia*U. the tnvrUiag
Homethtng wtore than a weak ago an
addreoa to the traecltng am of the
l olled Stair* purporting to hae* been
MMed from l'ea Motnoa. lowa. atH'oared
hi Ike (tiicakgo fKW ll iwiiej how
• lonely and tnnooest travHllng man
bad at*—J a naalt atreom near Texar
knna. Arkanoaa. en a ferry M* iwtj
tb* torrymon fifty cent* tin return tag
latex in the day. bower**, he crueard
Ib* Mioam in Ib* of*»aite direction aid
•aa tkwtei five dullan by tb* enter
prtnag farrymen. Ha* proad apuit re
belled tie w>nld not understand «hy
be thonld be charged five dollar* for
teaming * alream which he kad crumvd
n few hoar* before for fitly ceo la H*
refaaed to pay the exorbitant charge.
Tbo ferrymen, of whom tbore were two
and wbo w*re brother* naawd Marpby.
•xpootaUlod. bat bo wa* firm Aa a
aad wri stent to mm Ma UM fc
*«ni of to Iwfa. when Walter
Waller itidgeiy vu dta*ri«wd M a
■otei ks«ht mat who ml
•asking travel mg men ta diatrtas in sr
dm Uuu bs Bi|ki MM4 to tb»m the
bud of Mm. He in i graduate of
Yals Codec* ud • wealthy and inflsa
tie! plaster. He expostulated with the
brothers Murphy, whereupon they
tamed upon his with draws revolver*.
Thereupon Wetter Ridgeiy prompt);
killed them beth, ae aay knight errant
from Tale woold do aader Basilar «tr
IIRTINM The traveling BID there
spoa fathered op hi* r**eaod sample
oases aad (track not s*roa* the coaatry
fee the nearest station, probably mar
velling over hi* wonderful s*a*pa aad
ooogfatnlaticg hie-eelf over the story
whieh be would now have to tell the
other boy*. The whole affair had ap
parently reached a happy termination
Waiter Uidgely't trouUee, however,
had only began. The Marpbye. it
•eeated, were member* of a large aad
belligerent family, aad their *arvtviog
relati v*s made op their nude to avtog*
their aatimely end. la a few day* two
of them attacked Ridgeiy ea a lonely
road aad were promptly killed by that
intrepid and fortunate Yale man. Aa
other (hart period of repoee ensued
after whieh three more Marphya lured
Bidgely froa hie boaae at midnight
aad attempted to assaasinale him in the
shadow of hie own oat tie pea. Of
ooara*. be killed all three of them, but
anfortoaateiy he waa *everely wounded
by oae of hta aeaaltante and, according
to the addrees, ia now lying on a bed of
pain
Tbe addrtas closed with a f*w words
laudatory of the generosity and bravery
of Waller Uidgely and proposed that
the travelling men of tbe United States
ehow their appreciation of hi* behavior
In a (übetantml manner. It *u tog
seated that eaob travelling man who fait
*o dnnaeed should aend the sum of
tvrsnty five ceo ta to the oommi ttae which
signed the addreea With tbe food thus
raised it wa* proponed to buy a gold
wateb, a medal, or aaeh other teetino
olal as tbe alio of the fond aught jaa
tify, to be presented I* Walter Uidgely.
Travelling men are proverbially gen
arotta and they were not alow to testify
their appreciation of the assistance thas
rendered to one of their camber. Tbe
twenty ■ Ave eent pieoee began to roll in
at a wonderful rate, and lb* fond grew
to amasing proportions. In (Jhieago
alone, it i* said, one thousand dollars
were raised. Before the money was
forwarded to the oemmlttee, however,
somebody happened to think that it
would be well to learn more ooneerning
Walter Uidgely. A telegram wa« ao
cordingly seut to tbe Mayor of Texark
ana inquiring about the bealtb of tbe
wounded knight errant. To tbe sur
prise and horror of tke Oblcago travel*
ling men there promptly oam* an an
swer to tb* effect that tbe Mayor knew
of no such person as Walter Uidgely,
and that tb* tragic sarie* of event* with
wbioh bis name i* asaoaiated ecrtaialy
never look plaoe in the neighborhood
of Teiarkana. Iberenpon there was
gnashing of t >etk among ihi travelling
men of tbe United 8 late*.
Tb* hoax wa* an eminently su ioasa
fal one, and tbe drummers are com
pletely taken in. As Ibey are good
nalursd individuals, however, they will
probably join in tbe laugh at tbeir own
expense and, one aud all, take an eatb
to get even with tbe man who perpe
I rated the joke. If tbe large fund
wbiob has been raised for tbe mythical
Walter Uidgely oan now be devoted to
some good and ueuful purpose, tbe
Walter Hidgely episode will be remem
bered a* a harmless a* wall as a sue
easeful joke.
lk> not forftt tKt teufutes and iirpkani
iff .Vennimu. Contribution* to the fund
for Ihttr relit fan itlil htiny rsreiewi at
tKt Parr iNTßiajoaaran *ll-4.
\Frvm Xns York
i ostios Murray refuses to grant war
rant* for the arreat of barbers who
shave people on Sunday. He decides
thai a cleau shave is conducive to physi
oal and moral health, and is therefore a
necHsaity. The Ju*li*e is right and bis
head is level.
the moral Influence of the raxor and
lather btusb la great. A man who ba*
a eiean ehave every raornlag ie al-roet
invariably a peaceable and law abiding
otliiten. the good a miui aoliievea •«
aaaallv preceded by a viail to the bar
ber. lie *hav*a before going to oharoh
He never oalla op n a vonng woman
without aeeing that hia face la dean.
When he geu married be allow* no
prickly eigne of beard to be aeen on bia
chin.
A amootb faoe and piety are mlimatolj
ralaled. Kxoept in rare caaea and it
Kataia pneat* are alwaya clean ahaven
I be irat elop toward the reformation ol
a criminal i* ahaving bim
I'iratoa always wear board*. Mom
g *K> uien wear thera aieo. and a ful
beard t* not neceeonrily a badge ol
turpitude, but the man who doe* nut
wear an boneal ta-ard. and alway* looki
aa though be had not been touched by a
raaor for a week or two. will beai
watching. X irgtar* are represented o*
tb* etage with a week'* growth of bri*
tie* on Itielr cbook*. Tb* tramp'* faoa
i* given a roogh and ainiator app«aran«
by vigoroua stubble
t'loarl*. Sunday ahaving is a werk ol
neeewaily. Ita moral lollueaoe «eem< t<
be greater than that of all the blue lawi
of New Kngland. bat in Boston the]
take a contrary view. »
In (to mtJst mr (Kwyiriij, Ut ai
Jix loAol -<r .-aa (a (A**r ■*-> t.ira ton
ewlOifa iy ra.U.-a aa-i aaat/W
lone.
Ponrui TW < utt.
I Son Ff*»wiCkra*i(j<.J
A Jiapatch from Washington pat Ush
ed veoterd«« *toi*d that I'ostu .■>!< t
ttoneral Vila* had issued now order* r*
gardlng matter* for China. lt«
rate* a* Mated were a* follow* trttar.
i eeato for each half »unae or fraction
thereof, i»etai card* i onte each toc
oad and third otoos matter, aud wimpics
of OM-rchandwe M exceeding eight
ouQcao in w*i*ht. t cent for each two
can see ot fraction of two ounce*. fourth
cleae matter. 1 eent for each oun*e 01
fraction of aa MM*.
the above raM are a radical change.
Here*.-fore merchandise «m!d not k o
through the fbm* man* unfcsa full let
tor rate m put Hooial card*
wore not maUabte. and the rate oa
I*l*™ was } srata irveopaetiv* of
wetght, and upon at ft printed matter
it w« cents for Mtch two oonae* or
fraction thereof Oa loiter* that* .* no
change wbstoeer
Haying for caati a food bat ib*
greateet oat-cg i* in •ollu g for a at.
No bad debt*. Co tk.«-tk*e|*-rs. in fa»,
no loam*. Oar competitors arr
mag to oee that only a .**< M.m o-in
atfonl to gievoaeh eaiaea. W* iead for
tow ct*h price* Aay oao can are that
we o«a ail ml to umtonetj the cirdit
eRW ( URU Cum.
H.-y*' thtrt oatot » «nta at the tHaa
IXtfitDhi Hewn, **■ i'ao«iat' Mrvat.
SEATTLE DAILY POST-INTELLIGENCER, WEDNESDAY. lIAY 11. IMJ.
Miimt ciutm h. «
[P*ril Uf.tr to CKicmjt Tnfmm.t
Prtaes Serge Gatttain, they eay. in to
he married again. This will be his
fnorth wife, and the other three are alt
living. What a picturesque rascal
Piinae Ssrpe is ! Though Ii Vt know
IfuMMs" " os 6 * or * rtoctr other
grand dakee. Pnacs^Berre!*iadeSt
oosssa of aa aaaieDt and noble faasilv.
net eery distantly akta to royalty. He
» alao, or waa. eoonaensly rieh. Ba
Brat wtfe was a Bohemian beer garden
•soger. He beard her in a taiooa at
Moaaow, took a fansv to her pretty faee
aad married her. She was pretty, car
taialy. and eang fairly weU. Bat she
waa at p*asaat birth, ignorant and of
questionable occupation. though there
are some bonret girt* among saloon
prima donae. BtiU. I fancy *he was the
better of the two. After a time Prinee
Serge got tired of her and wanted a
divorce. He couldn't bring aarthiag
against her, however, to entitle him to
it, aad dbe destined to kick ova* the
matrimonial traeea to oblige him. 80
be dstermiaed to drive ber to get a
divorce frsm him. This be did by
bringing a notorious woman iato the
hoass and boh a nog toward her
ia the grossest annner ander the eery
eyes of bis wife. A* s result ebe got a
divorce from him. the Russian court
decreeing thai she should retain the title
of Priaeas* Galiisia. together with the
pviasltss Oalitxin jewel* and the great
OaliUio palaoa at Moscow, and that he
(bould aot marry again. The Princess
i* atill living at Moscow with her shil
dren ia wealth aad honor. But ia defl
ißos of the decree Prinee Serge went
right off and got married again, thsa
I tun* to a Freoeh lady. Of count* the
marriage waa aot legal, bat that didn't
matter. He stuok to her a year and then
got tired, and foreed her also to divorce
him. But he had to pay for this di
vorus. too, the onurt d<-o*eeing her an
iudemnlty of f700,000. whiah (he got
and oa which *he i« now living a merry
life her* in Paris. A month or *o later
Frinae Serge pioked ap wife No. S at
Monte Carlo. He went to Italy with her
in the winter and ia the summer took
ber to one of bis Hussion estates in the
Tool* distriot. But time bag staled even
her attractions, and they aay ha is geinu
to make her divorce him *e that be oac
get a fourth wife. No. 4, by the way, be
also got at Monte Carlo. He waa in tbe
gambling saloon there with xnother
Russian prinoe of similar prooliviti*-
Tbsy notioed a handsome wouiao at tbe
other side of tbe table. "I would like
to marrv her," remarked Serge. '"Ho
would I,' replied biaoomrad*. "Well,"
•aid Serge. "Ist us decide whieh of us
shall have ber. Let as begin with 10,000
rubles and plav for half an boar, and
ths oae who at tbe and of that time has
the most money shall marry ber."
"Agreed," said lbs other, "bat let usoall
her areand here to w*tcb tbe play."
This was dsn* and tbey set to work.
Both lest stesdily, but Prinos Serge
didn't lose as rspidlv »s bis eomrads.
At the end of tb* half hoar Serge bad
nearly tws thirds of his money left,
while bi* friend was almost entirely
"oleaoed sat." The lady aooepted tb*
condition* of th* contest, and will
presently, no doubt, figure as tbe nom
nal Priooess Serge Galium No. 4
From time to time we will have lot
t J say on tbs cash system, both in prioe<
and item*. Too maob sannot be aaid
in it* praise. Don't buy for credit,
liven tbe oredit stores acknowledge that
goods oan be boogbt rheaper for oaab.
CHKSTEB 'LEAST.
N'W jersey jackets. Oleary.
FBVE'S OPERA HOILSE,
O. F. Frye Proprietor and Manager
Three Mlghia, rommrsrlDf on
Wednesday, nay 11th
America's Greatest Heroic Actor,
LEWIS
MORRISON,
And the HK#T company ever seen
In Seattle.
Now playing to crowdad houses in
Poitland
i Grand spectacular pro-
WeWaj )FA a ~
Ni(|t. Th'' talk of San Francls-
Joe and I'ortland.
Thursday,
' M ASTKKPIKCK.
Night, a Celebrated Case!
PniJnr Watt* Phillips Hptvtacutar.
f riuaV MUlt * r » comedy Drama.
Night. Not Guilty!
Nine tw* of magnificent scenery and
oeerunie*.
Scat* on aale Monday. May ;lth. at the
Seattle Pharmacy.
R KICKS :
Urea* elide and parquet (1 mi
SO
Gallery myit JS
DYSPEPSIA.
I'p to a few weeks ago I consklaml
myself the champion Dyspeptic of
America During the years I have
been afflicted I have tried timoM
everything claimed t«> be a specific
for Dyipepaia in the hop* of finding
something that wonid afford peruia
nent relief 1 hatl about made up
my mind to tlianilon all medicine*
when I noticed an endorsement of
Simmon* Liver Hegu'alor by a prom
inent Georgian, a jurist whom I knew
and conciudt-d to try Its effects In my
case I have used but iwo bctUe#
and am salisfiad that I have struck
the right thinr at !«t I felt its ben
eictal ertecu almost immediately
I niiae all other preparations ol a
•imiiar kind, no sjiecial instructions
are required a» to what one that! or
shall not eat This fact alone ought
to commend 11 to all troubled w:th
Dyspepsia. J. N UOLMKS,
Vineland, X. J.
CONSTIPATION.
To &e«arc a Regular Habit of Body
WITHOUT changing UM Dtot or Dta
organutng tfee Syotom. take
Sifflinonj Liver Regulator.
oxn OCSNEI IT**l ram nnt> HV
J. M Will 1 Cfl PHILIOELFHII
THE WEUS LINE ~
THE SHIP
Sat MAT CAVINPOHT,
Oonwanw to load at S*r. rrvrwu
May *lt aad wUI «u Hay Ulc for etoaiUo.
vaaiag frr gtit fa* porta on l b -ag«t Cousd
al llw «rj rate*
CHAS. H WKIXS. Agent,
t* <"*J.»or» a « Saa Praa.-^nv.
M° REWARD.
U»IU. BK PAID ANIi NO y! KB
- if ik«*4 rrtam of or U
r*rt»»!**a n <,? mj.
* u bap OA
latr *omm
?s,
tmtisaiK art i■■
It ia the d«y of avery paraoo who baa
asod AwAsr** Hrrwum ts M it*
wopderful to thsir
aTfact'sJUhroat aad laegftssssss. No
psreos MI an it withotu immediata
relief. Three doae* will r»luve any caa*.
and wa oonaider it the daty of all drng
gtsta to reeosuaeod it to the poor, dying
eonaamptive. at leaat to try oae bottle,
as 80,000 desen bottles wore sold laM
year, and ao so* caa* where II failed
waa reported taefa a median* as ths
Gtrmam tSyrmp cannot be too Widely
known. Ask your aboat it.
Sample bottles to try, sold at 10 *esM*
Btguiar lit. 4 . 75 cents. Sold by all
draggista aad dealers in the Cnited
States and Canada. dw
Credit ctores eay can b* bought
cheaper for caah, so take thair _ advice
and bay yoar dry goods from CBsaraa
Cuaat.
DUO.
BAR* -In aeattla. May 10th suddenly.
Joseph Barr. a native at Lanarkshire.
Boetiaad. a«ed l» years.
{PuaeralMay 11th. at S o'clock D. m_
from the reaideooe ot John Keisnoy, oa
Front street]
HM.V7V- TOLIT-POBSALMSTC
T7<OB RIST- BKRLAH BROWNS
r residence. Eighth and Jaifcrsee Ms .
freehly painted and newly Peered. *l>
DOWMNU a CO. myll
RXiM TO BINT-FVRNIBHKB OR
unfurnished, located near the oaatral
part of city. Address K. thisoAoa. mil tt
HOUSE TO RENT.
ON SECOND 8T , BETWEEN UNl
rerslty and 9enooa; V room*, closets,
etc.. all complete. Inquire of H. H.
PEASE, opr. Eighth and Spring sta. mlOtf
THREE FURNISHED ROOMS, SUIT
X able for housekeeping, oorner Leaore
aad Second streeia. myititt
A KINK SUITE OF ROOMS. APPLY
at PoaT-IXTtLLioa-vcTtK elßoa.
A FRONT OFFICE CENTRALLY
located. Address " G.." ca»s Posr-
I.N'TKI-LKiCXCKK
WANTED.
WANTED AT GOOD WAGES. A
small girl to do light house work in
a small family. J. W SMITH, asuth tide
Fourth st.. bet. Marion and Madison. 9 M
A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUBE
work. JOHN M. WHYTE,
mylii tt Seattle Milk Co.
BOY TO LEARN THE TRADK AP
ply to JAa WEsT. Gunsmith. UU6
Kront strest. m»lg3t
WANTED -SMALL HOUSE <FUfi
nished). or three or four roems, for
light house keeping. Addree* " Respon
sible,'' thisotflce. miß tt
rtOOD COOK FOR FARM HANDS-
V I Single person preferred. Apply to
E. MKEKEITft CO. Puyallnp. myßd-6t
\ COOK AT GOOD WAGES AND IN
11. small family. Also a young girl to
take care of bat*, at reasonable wages.
Apply at residence of MAURICE Mc-
Ml> KEN. southwest corner of Unionand
Seventh streeta. myltf
FOR SALE.
MACHINERY:
1 Engine I.athe. XStoch swing. 18 feet 1
ineh bed. 1-Hov r rest.
1 W'escott s combination chuck. 21 inch.
1 H kner. 2s in. by H In. by 8 ftet.
1 Uprixht Drill. 30 inch, automatie food;
all o' Gould it Kberhardt manufacture.
1 Vertical Steam Knglne, 5 in. by ti in..
and boiler.
1 Horizontal Steam Engine, 7H in. by 11
in.; all in first c lass condition. Ap,ly to
HENRY B LOO Mia,
myß lm Attorney at Law.
A LARGE TWO - 9TOH Y. EIGHT
rocm House; Ix>t 80x130 feet, and
has a small Barn <>s it; second lot on
Tenth street from comer of Pit-e. Price
KUloocash. Inquire of W. LOTK V at
Commercial Mill ap3o lm
EASTERN WASHINGTON FARM
TTIOR SALE OH TRADE FOR CITY
r lot. Grand etrer. Apply to
ap!s lm T. P. CLARKE, Seattle,
FIVK HEAVY TEAMS-SEVEN BUO
gy horses. Terms reasonable Can
be seen at the City Stables, corner Main
and Third streets. Seattle. apt*
A PERSON HAVING SIOOO CAS PUR
cbaSe ft half-inter st in ons of thv e-'t
psvlng btsinessrs in ««ittle. toeetber with a
half Interest in Machinery. Fixivtes, eto.,
Tftlue lat ft',soo. Fur further particulars ad
dress Po<tofflo» B x 473. Heat'le. W. T 1 lm
1 Af\ ACRES OF LAND. ONE-QUAR
-1 vJVJ ter of a mils southeast of Macal
ister store. Cedar River.
Lot 5, block 1L
Lot *, block is. Central addition to Se
attle.
Lot 9. block 1, Lawler's addition, Seattle
Lot 10. block L " " •
Lot IL block 1. "
Apply to GEORGE THOMAS,
apg'f Newcastle Coal Minns.
/""tITY PROPERTY AND FARMING
V' lands, improved anil unimproved.
New steamboat Kd.th K.. with good
paying route oetabllahed. between Laurel
Hhade aad Houghton, on I.ake Washing
ton. leaving Houghton every day at 7 a.m.
»nd 1 p.m.. returning leaves Laurel Shade
at 8 a m and Ip. m. Inquire of
ap!7 lrn W W EASTER Master.
NEWSPAPER FOR SALE.
SITUATED IN ON'B Or THE KKST
O and inoat proaperous tertian* of West
ern Waehiagton. Katabliahed aad doing
a paying busineaa. ciood job ofllre In
connection. Price f*«D. flan cash, bai
ance oa satisfactory term*. Partlee with
oat meu.y need not apply. Good r eaai)nu
for seiltag. Adrtrae* New* Oflloe.'" this
office. niyCtf
NOTICE OF SPECIAL SCHOOL
■ LECTION.
The board of school dirk t
or* of School Dlatric' No. 1. of King
Coantjr, Washington Territory. bave
a»rreed to purchase from the owner*, tub
led lo the ratification of such prop*. .1
purchase by a vote of the qualified elect
or* of *aid School 1 Hst ■ let. a tract of iar.d
as an additional sit. for a school heuse In
the sonthem part of the city, particularly
deecrihed a* follow*, to wit Commencing
at th* northeast ronw« of the tract of
!nr>d designated a* Syndlo»«e Kldge in
Syndioate additloo to the city of Seattle,
and running thence weal along the north
boundary Una ef said Syndicate Ridge
four hundred and thirty two feet te the
northweet earner of said Syndicate Ridge, l
which said point is alio the northeast cor
ner of block numbered Ave ia said Syndl
eate addition to Seattle; thence south
along the weet boundary line ef said Pre
dicate Ridge aad the east boundary line
of said block Ave two hundred and forty
feet to the southeast O'ner af said block
■ re: thane* east along the south bound
ary line of said block fire prolonged four
hund-ed and thirty two fret to the <-suit
boundary lime of said Syndicate
Ridge: thence north along *aid «as
boundary line two hundred and f(»rty
feet to the place of beginning being a
tract of 'an-1 fonr hundred and thirty two
feet long and two hun ired and fortj feet
wi.la off the north end of laid Syndicate
Ride*, hounded on the ea»« by Four
teer.th street. on the north !>y We'ler
street, on the »wt by lot* two and three
of N*t fire, and • the south by tke ree
idue of Syndicate Ridge rot hereinbefore
particularly deecrthe.l all aeci-d'ng to
the plat .ftysd'este addition to the city
of Seattle recorded M*y JM. l«t. <n the
records of King costnty Wash l err.. in
VoL i of (Ist*. is the Aad I tor's
ofSre of *aid county.
The tract nrepoeed to be E' chased is
in roe tangniar torus and eetta! in area to
seventeen iota, each Jfl'lSß feet Is aire,
and command* a Use view of rhe sooth-
>-m ;*rt af the i-ttr and the harbor The
title to he noaveywl la perfect and th<-
pn>»aaad purrhaae pr'oe la Hrr thcuaaad
dollars. pajeMeoo or before two year*
w<th interret at eight per seal per aaaom
aatll oaid.
Notice t» therefor* piret! that a upeeial
election la Mid m honi IHatrict will he
held oe Satardar tb- s-th day of M»y A
t» IW at theSkat'ng Riak. on the ««
•He af !*.-xted •free*. Set ween <4eaeca and
*prirc m'r*u <n the eit* of AeatHe la
•aidrean'T. at w*>Vh eier-ttcn all <;i. tll
fied at aaid IlVlrirl ar*
tip*- to determtae br halts! whether or
nee «aid Board of Mirector* •hail per
chaar laid fa -t of Land for th" ptrpwt
and r,r- n the Wmt and ooci.'.ittou atove
art forth
Tr • poll* at *a:d rWtlot will be opened
at laid place at the haar at I o'dork r> m
of laid dar aad i-mai« opea «a il the
hoa- of T .' eiork p- of wt d daj All
eieetan la fa«ar of «a*d purch*ae a ill aae
upon their ballet* ~l v aTkwe-yan." All
efeotora to aaid aarrhu- will mj
apoa iMr balk*# -parehaee m."
» at«i at Beat<i> thi* 6th day at Mar.
BK. H. O. Sr*r>».
TH<* T. Sliiob.
J. U FUIMC.
School D' e.-toe» of iVhool Irtatnct NX 1
At'.eet I d «ia S. Brtaooe Clark School
U4*te*rt X». t. ml td
ICE! ICE! ICE!
o
THE PUGET SOUND ICE CO.
Ul ARK NOW PRZPARKD TO DKUTOt IC* or TH* mnBBT QUALITY
Tf 1b an limited ausßtlties.
AO mail cnunin wffl to nnM with lee at Oc.t ou east w poud «po»
application at this offloe. or f Gwhtl TMigiaais Jt Co. Saattlo Sada Wort*. Hill
■Ham. who hare chance of the dlj AtHirtrj. ..
apodal rata* flroa. on appUoatioo at tkia offleo, to aU partiea dotf rta« too la
of packer* of (Rah flah h wpurtally oaßad to the Baot that they
can now ebtaia 100 la any qcaatity darirad. aad at ren Vow torn
AU retail ordan shocid h* Mfrarad at the Seattle Soda Work* by It m.
Ofice aad work*, foot of tew meat.
«H. D. (TOOL E. TIM Prwldiat
H. A. »TKorT. 9ec-etary. ' e * ?
Q. A. QOERKE,
Merchant Tailor.
Attention and integrity assure yon satisfaction.
Brown Block, Front street.
T. D. BROWN,
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
Shop in Yeeler Mill, foot of Mill street, Seattle, W T,
Paatoffloe box 366. 1*
A LONG FELT WANT.
Toon* man can now hare a place to hoard, whora they aaa order what thay
choose and have It oooked la any «tyU they wish. Mr. Kehoe aad family harlag
rented the St. Jamee Hotel, hava had It thoroughly renorattd aad iefmmlahed la
lint clMa>4 style.
MX. JAMEN HOTEL,
mhJS Smd Comer Saaoad aad Mill
WANTED.
Farm hands. 9% to ISA.
Laborers. 92 day.
Mill hands.
Woman waiter, I*o month.
Milker, 130 month.
Railroad choppers and laboiar*. fi.24.
and contractor*: t women for li.dlan rss
ervatian.
FOR SATsTfI
Kine lot, T-room honse and stable. Sev
enth and Jackson streets, s£joo.
Lot 3, bl ii Terry 's Ist, house and Im
provements.
Lots 18 and 19. bl 11 McAteer's, $145 and
$350.
The 4 beet lots in bl 81 Mossad. {Meach.
Cleared lots in Rigelow'sad, $75 and SBS.
Bl VU Maynard's Ijike Washington. $235.
Ix>ts 5 acd 8, bl 90 Terry's 11. S2IOO.
Cleared lots, bl 4 Lawler's, s.'<2s.
Lota 5 and 6. bl 23 Y osier's Ist, $515.
A bargain, furnished restaurant, good
business, S6UO.
134 acre ranch, 150 prone trees. 8 miles
oat rich soil.
Furnished restaurants. S?JS and sl3o<l
City hotel S4OOO Steam laundry. 8a
loon aad lodging house. Vacant govern
ment claims, pat bottom land. SSO. Im
», oved ranches, SBSO to SIOOO.
Mortgage en solid property, SIOO to
SIO,OOO. City and county scrip.
New snd second-haid safes.
Vernier compass and surveying
outfit, SSO.
Complete boarding and lodging house.
13 rooms, on Columbia street, $535.
WANTED.
To loan ssfo and s.'>loo on good security.
Houses to rent Mon?y far Investment.
Women and girls at sls to S3O.
FOR RENT.
Fruit and vegetable garden, near town.
Improved farm. 11 acr.s cultivated, lio
fruit trees, small fruit and farming tools.
$l5O a year.
Business offices and stores,
so acre ranch. 8 miles from town, good
buildings, rent ,iri shares.
Houses and rooms, furnished and unfur
nished. GKO. W. CRANE
Wash. Ter. EBployment B-ireau near
cor. Commercial and Washington streets,
Seattle. mbS
SPECIAL
BARGAINS.
.) SMALL TRACTS, NEXT TO BOM
O erville tracts, $lO to $45 per acre
18 acres at Salmon Kay. within m rods
of S., JU S. J£ K. R. R, at ?'<! per acre.
Full bloek In Mercer s |8 lot*!, nioc
property. S3OOO.
1 lots and 2 house* on Ninth sL. bring
ing $lB per month. $1!*I0.
All block t£2 Coigns' addition ilO 1 tm
SIUOO.
I lota near Madison street. S3BO.
For a short time enly.
BRTAN it HELL
aplttf 813 Front street.
QUEEN CITY
BOILER WORKS (0.,
P. O. bus 811,
Colnan i Wharf. foot el Columbia *treet
MAXi rtCTITKEBS Or
Marine and stationery neam Boiler*.
Tanks. -Stack*. W»ter Pipe. Retort*
Iron Dour* and Shutters, fiiniera,
Bcari.n. and genera! pikle and
shtet iron worker*-
SHIP ANO MOUSt BLACKSMITHING
Repair* promptly and carefully attend
ad to. «nhS7d3m
Money Waiting for
Mortgages, at low
fdtCS
EDWD B. DOWNING & CO
Starr Block.
TO FLORISTS
AND NURSERYMEN.
\\ r K «11X LKASK T» A FI/>KISI
\\ »nd Biirw;) man. tar a term of
reara. at a noonoa! rental Ave acr»e of
1m elder trtloai and. near the crater of
WOODLiVN 1> HA UK
With a M»leod*i water privilege The
ftneel road tn Kir it ooantj tun through
the park, turn whit h we are gradica a
Beautiful areaue. wh'th will run cl-ae to
the aaid Are a err*, on to the «eth *hore
of Mreen l.&ke. where we wiii « ahiieh a
boath»u*e and lrtcalc it ouirfi
Tht* will ae the |-eat ft. to re reaort and
p>«-a*U"f drive oat of ire city.
More te a One chance for 'fee right mac,
an h> wnai) capital aad a little energy to
XM lie a iortuae. Appij to
8. C. PHINNEY&CO,
Jwa M, Oft denial Hotel.
iitdf
TO LOAN.
94000
IN AMOUHTB PROM »*>) L'P ON
I gemd ißorxt t farina aad oil pro tart J
P. O box 2MI D>*L°UAN k (XX.
Hfirj beiaw I'oatoOoa.
THE LAKE SHORE AND EAST
ERN RAILROAD
18 SPENDING THOUBANDB OF DOL
lars In the way of building wharves
and coal bankets in Minor's addition,
which has
Superior Manufacturing and
Shipping Facilities,
And • magnificent view of the city and
harbor. Thousands of dollars will be re
allied in less than two rears by investing
in Minors addition. We are now selling
lets 50x100 feet each, with riparian right
at the astonishing
Low Figure of SI2S to S3OO.
Bat remember, this Is for a limited time
only. Take a look at Minor's addition
and you will see that our statement is
based on solid facts.
>*Vi is all we ask for lots In Ladd's sup
plemental addition, size 50x107 feet earn,
whleh lies betwnea the original Ladd's
and Minor's addition. Adjoining proper
ty Is selling readily for double tho amonnt
we ask.
We have some of the choicest business
and esidenoe property. If you want to
invest, give us a call and saveyonr money.
GEORGE DORFFEL.
Office with C. K Bowman. 804H Front St.,
opiKMite Yesloi -Losry block apß
EYES.
11TE TEBT EACH EYE AND AD
VV just a glass to suit. In either gold,
silver, aluminum zrelnite, nickel, rubber
or steel frames.
WM. H. FINCK * CO.
Commercial street, next to Kellogg's
drug store. aplolp
NORTHWESTERN
COMPANY,
FOR THE INSTALLATION OF THE
THOMAS HOUSTON System of
ELECTRIC LIUHT. Offlce in the Ken
ney Block, Seattle, W. T.
FRED W. SPARLING.
ap3o tf Geaoral Agent.
SEALED PROPOSALS.
Skattik axd West Coast R*. Co., )
Okkh k or Phkßli>k.nt.
Skattik. April 16 ISS7.
PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
C oeived at this office until 12 m., Thurs
day. May sth. IK. for clearing, grubbing,
grading bridging, culverts, drains and
riprapplng on the first section of the above
company's railway, being from a June lion
with ths Seattle. Lake Shore and Eastern
Railway Company's line to the town of
Snohomish. In all about 13 miles
The company reserves the right to re
iec* any or all bids.
For further Information and for plana
and specificat'ons apply to
H. CRAWFORD. JR..
President 8. ami W. C. Rr.
OiHoe, Safe Depoalt KuUtling. aplTtd
Owing to delay In preparation of pro
file*. map*, etc . the time of reoeiring hid*
for above has been extended to Thursday.
Mar 1-th, 1887.
ap«;d H. CRAWFORD. Jn . Pree.
ESTABLISHED 1864.
GEO. MORROW & CO,
DRlLns IX
Hay, Grain and Feed
or ALL KINLB.
Shipping orde r s 8 specialty.
39 Clay at. San PraaiUru, Cal.
aplT 3n
WINSTON & PRICE,
larllonetra. Heal Estate Drukera
aad Valuers,
EmployaßDt aid InteJ'ieace
BUREAU.
Mklp ok au kinds always on
hand. Halee atlond d «u>4 auctioned
ia any part at the oououy
All Letters will receive
prompt attention.
MILL ST , OPPOBITE POBTOFFICE.
* BOX iJK.
Houses let and sold.
Kaßckr* and lots fur sale.
On Hind Now Tht Celetrtled. El
Kcwni tad Thoroughly Tet ad
ACME ELECTRIC BELT
Thb osit owe ivw avakckb A
preo: a: »■ thr MecMßfc'* r.ir. oraoa
ual- « • mo.etc »I>*i -cirnU&eal!
liee«nt li <Wrj l*Kl being Bed'm l«e4
•aJ I#*, ate* > »w» *rwnaae wt b. t n>.
wive f i *Uwl «l»e«neiani Briefer*
saqaert e»htf eaeelui 114. m»t rffec u&i
erf Sa ae»'T*aydi«a atea-Ictty Th'i ttklT.
e»re» w ere dta<. ir- | t ,f.
Brtrot.th-- Viiif the !--« r-i «T. it
fiiftakiO'i to N n .« it iM.ea « >4 >.fb«r,.
brMttr. CtCH REIT ViktUBIU) br
ew" oi thr vfwa ke-y a»-i rraoaa>e»i fr*.
Ec 'poMhit i fta f r forth la.
farmt 'e* (fflr to ILIHt a CAMPbUA.
Hoi* Mil.. *«« f.j* WnkWßfcie Tarrnerr oi
Um vCMt oiXT aOBKf. B<-ad He 0
taklt. r o Box *sl. Bit U>
E. LOBE & CO.,
GOLDEN RULE BAZAAR
TIIE LEADING HOUSE OF TIIE NORTHWEST
Havia* joat r®o*lv»d as iaimunae rteck of (ha fallow* a# goofe. wa »9W Uai a
ratnarkaWy low price*.
Croquet and Lawn Tennis sets, Base Balls, Rubber
Balls, Ice Cream Freezers, Chums,
Water Coolers, Milk Pans,
Milk Buckets with strainers, Milk Buckets without
strainers, Tin and Agate Ware,
Baskets and Wooden Ware.
Dinner sets, Toilet seta.
Alarm Olooka. $1.00; Stem-wU.rflnn Nlekal Watohaa. U.M.
Just raactvad a earlaa* of BaKars Pattarr. at«a a aarlaa* a( Maaaa Fiall Jaia.
E. LOBE * CO.,
Golden Bole Bataar, - 820 Front etr—|
$350 to $450
FOR O ▲CRM XKT
SOMERYILLE
Only three miles from our offlcs.
Full warranty deed Given.

Vacant Lots, Farms and Homos
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Mosey Loaned on Real Estate Mortfifie.
H. H. DEARBORN & CO., - Bankers
Commercial and Jackson streets.
5 ROCK(SJ)FORD ALBERT HANSEN
Ouick-TrainHrWATCHES WatcimaierudJawilir.
r Silver-ware,
, Clocks, sto
wr»*lorr \ .
gSS; ? ™' * Alw "" ralu,,4,ta -ook "
The Most Celebrated Makes of
FIA >O N ANI) O IKiAN M.
Yeiler-Lenry ltlocU, - Front «t■*•<•(.
Fine watch irpalrlpg a aEaalalty. a>o»
HATFIELD 8c GARTON,
Shipping and Oommission Merchant*
AMD DUUM IS AU KIWM U»
Produce, Hay, Grain, Flour Feed, Beans and Metla
Hatfleld & Garton are sole agents at Seattle Far the powerful Ins* Taoaaa. Tym
•Joliah and Cyraa Walker. Order* bj mall and telegraph promptly iltniri to.
QUEEN CHOP HOUSE,
Tlxo Epicure's Resort.
Oyatera. Steaks. Chepe aad Game in every styla Hreilan a aveaiaMr.
Itegular Dinner at 4p. to. Opes all uigkL
3-4 Cnnnnerotal atreel, • S*»W<*.
ENTERPRISE PLANING MILL,
West St., between Madison and tprlnsr, Seattle.
Coatracting and building. Storetand edlo* flit area. Moera. laA »eafcl*t
brackets and all kinds of hauae trimmings made te order. Stair ksttdiac
waod aewli and ball latere. Buxee Bade to order. Orders tram »>ml will Mtf"
prompt attention. P. 0. bax ML
LOW MAN & HANFORD
Stationery and Printing Co.,
Stora. oerur Fourth aad Chart) atreeta ; PrtaMii aflaa, fait WmtHHI
Mill atreet, Seattle.
|. & k. COTTBTEIN,
IMVoVmLMI AND WHOLIMALI DIAIJM IX
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
■OI.B KNTft VOR THB
J F. CUTTER MO GOLD BAR WHISKIES. IRD JOS. SCHLITZ IILWIUKEE
NEW YORK AND KEY WEST OIOAR* A BPBOIALTT
«H<Y BLIMH. >1)1 PIUHT IIT»«HT. I«*T»U«.
CITY IKON WOlfhS
MOHAN BROH, prop's.
MILL AND STEAMBOAT ENGINEERS' SUPPLIES,
Iron. Brass and Otpper Hps and Kittle**. -(team aad Water Brae. Woods; M**"
Holts. Cop Set and f.\g Screws; *4team and Hand Ptuaaa, lloaa Packu>i aad
jUnder and other Lubricating Ot a.
Steam Heating lor pnMlc aud private balding*. Wo hare lha rooal a*F*
pipe cutting and threading taackiiie-y north of dan Fraaciaoo.
Land and marine eogiMM. and all kinds of machinery built aad repaired.
We hare an hard and for sale low, sncocd band ftigiiea aad bailaiV.
Mill street, corner IU:l--*d »Trtm. |*. o CW
Z. C. MTLEB
SoocMnr to Waulfoll ft MUM) Whoiaatle wl Ratal! tato »
RANOEB, COOK, PABLOR AND BOX
STOVES
V*OrdM from lie ooantry wiicitod u4 MtiafocOr* |«v*«wl W
Wire oil a Call and Look Thronr oar Immt iue st«ck.
Mi!! Street Routt's Wuhinrto* T•rr*r>r»
I I IC U4L J*. CI % SdL m. ■* «
-MM ■EYDENBAUER. Wl
( orn«r Third »odr«lni»W»*
T.-'KESH BREAD
Fain «nd Oruß*" 1 C ** -
Bi^wordtr.
UTOir w«o»wu» ••"Ji
•U orfen pr»p<lj-

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