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TIX POfT-HTELLIOEICEB UM A. i. snrr. IM. BAIL* in IIULT, "wwm« K*m-«r lin. s***- '.*»*« ■ »»*IMB VM • *"**- I Bart*. - I * yjjjjj ~ * * fc'-' 1 »«» • «•» Z*" *— *"»'». 1 rata a ifiiM ( M *•*". WB see M 9 tttiM t (a » cm KMCtlim. **** ow«ZM ***** » Jm.- "■ UMKM rue*. Ttootderef Master Wart MS r» 4*fy iaetraatiaa tto lalrtli of Labor to aa. only tto taHw ««« ia ttotr A* MM roartk of ;ny LA BAD ••alulae bowaver. wby eack aa ordor amain, Certainly tto •ortoaaa woald net MM ta awry •ay fla« tot tto* of ttotr aaaatry. A decided improvemeat la ta to acted *■ to— aad awMftiß of It* Tn tea*, Snllli'a Oermaa paper, ataee H toa tooß la charge of Profeaaer Bteiale Fram tolas tto rabtd aad toteaa atoat INa aad pradeatf joaraai. fader tta BBW maaegoaeent M la a aradtt ta oar Oanaa* faUow cHiaaoa, aad II la a 11" wklak ttoy aaa read aad eajoy. Ttoy aboald nhwd le U a liberal aap ™ wwMMtn mw niti Of all erasM, Ito Coo federate toad erase ia tto aeoel extraordlaary. Il toa BM appeared la tto Called Hiatee etnoe Ike aprlaw af lAU, bat It appear* la Oraat Britain at irrecolar Intervale aad aftes ra«M wltk great fory. Tto Tie time ar* aUaoM Invariably thoee ealka Maatle tadlvtdoal* who pnrebaaed tto toada of tb* eo- called Confederate toato* of laMTiea danag Ito war aad ka«* been blowlac ttotr Angera for tketr (ally ever ataee. Hi range aa H may aeem, ttoee people from time to lime appear to to daladed Into tto belief tkat, la aome maaaer ae y*» anaoggaetad, tbe goverameat ot tb* Called Slate* will to eompalWd to pay •tolr wortklcee toade. Tto Loedan Moemmmui of April Md eocUina a col ama advartlaameol addreeatd to Ito bolder, of tkaae bond* Il alle«ee tkat • New Tork lawyer baa bean employed to plead ibe eaaa of tto bondholder, before Coagreaa, aad lallmatea thai tto •aaa la a strong oaa, aa the goverameal af tto Called Htatoa baa rendered tteelf llabU by forblddla« Ibe Coaftderale Stalaa to redeem tbe toada. Il alao in llaaataa Ibat tbe people of Ibe Culled ■talee are fiadually oomiag around to Ito idea lhal Ito debt ta a juat one and ■beald be paid. Tto Chicago Tribunt blandly Ibat If Ito balder, of tbeee wortblea. toada aaa Aad a Confederate Btotee of A "* r4 oa. they bad toller apply lo il for Ibalr redem ptloa. I bey aeilalnly were B.ver leeaad by Ito Cniled Kuiee gov a ram eat, aad Ibat goverameal le a good deal more likely to pay tbe Tarkieh debt lhan II la to redeem Itom. AS tirai i arATCs. Tbsee are mora waya than one of rata '** '«wds for the erection of a statue and the way ebcaen by the friends of the Into Free ideal Arthur la one of tbe beet. Shortly after hie death, a "•■bar of thoae who were intimate with him, met privately to dlacnsa Ibe •disability ef erecting a suitable monument otur bis grave. It waa de elded not to start a public subscription '°* M>s parpoee. but to eend private elr lata to the many peraonal friends of tbe dead free ideal throng boat the coun try, reqaeetlog tbem to contribute snob sums as they aaw lit far the parpoee. Il waa decided farther, that the eoet of tbe monument should not exceed ten thouaand dollar*, and that both II and tbe methods taken to procure tbe meaas for erecting it ah,aid be in keep lag with the oharaster cf tbe qaiet aad taatefal man wbeea career it waa to aoasmaanorale. Tbe recall haa justified |lhe wisdom af the committee's decision. The re aponee of the dead Freetdent'a frleade to the request foe contributions haa been prompt end generous. Net only baa enough to erect tbe monument •i**ady been raleed. but a large cum rs mains in the bands of Ibe oommlltea. It baa been decided to devote thta to M»e erection of a statue at eome point la New fork City. The statue will eoet thirty thouaand dollars and will be a beautiful werk ef art. Certainly a monument fund oontrib ated by the friends of a deceased ciu aen la thta quiet and unoatentalioue manner ia more flattering to his mem ery than one raleed by frantic and lasg continued a [-pea la to the public. The velaatary gift of ooe'e frtende le better than a gift grudgingly bestowed by tbe public, however modeet the former aad however great tbe latter aeav be. taiM»«. Tba oontroveray between at too fed erate Homi and Ueoeral Sheridan. If oaotrovarey it can be Balled, la beo.ca lag decidedly amaaing Tba ballytng. ••WM lettara of tba on revenue I rebel are lo eneh marked enatraat with Iba oaol, qetet. earceatic rej tndera of the ham of Wineheeter thai It la trapoe eibie lo m how evau tba beilleoee VU- Kluian oao fall to appreciate tba ndtvw lontoeae of the puaiiin in «htab ha it placed Haaaa» baa J oat written a ae«nnd let »ar. evidently tbleking thai be did not maka a greal eumuh f»j| of htmealf la tba Aral Ha refera to Uenaral Sheri dan aa aa "lahaman moeeter" and tw ■rata thai ba did not hare a larg. r f ortw with which to oppoae him la tba Shenan doah Vallay. "foe If that bad bean tta aaaa," ba modewtly aa?* "ike grand aid army of tba failed tttatae would today ba ta bat tar handa than bu" Oeaeral Sheridan receive* thia torrent af at nee with rrfreehiaa eqaanimily. He eabmilled to one interview oa tie •abjeot and now daolaraalbal be baa ao more to aay. Ha. however, make* to* followtac ewrtweUoa la bia facer inter view aa it waa pabtlafeed t tave no Holt lo flod with tbe poMl eat lac. bat I w. old tike yoa to make a eorwatlen baaaaar I want lob- fair to Haaaar. Ha will eee tbe mrnlnka. aad mate mm cay Vt/iip MIX *—» 1 of mm>m |>U4 | |fe» »f vm z££*' afWr ito ■ted"' ,£ wil Q— How »f tto akaiwaaf toeing •LZU "" <^7 ~ a * "*"' ttam of «rt ■(■>!■ tev* jaat tai af IMM. OH tn ia I ill it j aad the •UN to BfWafc I MM HD» Leaa Km* three Mb ago. Jauue vide family. waa left aieae la tto toaaa. paaang Md r.p»eeiag o* IM MnM, bra*e girl wtiiwM to defesd bor eaaptoyer'a property, boat tor im a moot frratal IMIB. After lta«aria« far sev eral daye lo mot imr, aha died. Hor aaaatieal* were IfMkid and eaptared. and II aa* ito Hrnta of ito poetic —'"' * IT Tfitlr -lii(iiini apoa tbem whtek ami (to not of two weeke age. P.llaraoß. ooa of tto me« deaars, too iM; bow eoavteted ud Tamer, bi* eompaaioa ta ertma. will to triad next week. Tto Britiak Colombia aaa* was da oidod area aan speedily Itoa that at OB Friday, May Atk. WU Itaaa Shearer atabtod aad k'Uad J aaa* Mara* at Raw WeaUainato*. Tb* prtaoaer waa lodiated oa tto follow tat day, aad oa Monday kla trial waa eoca ■'a aad. Oa Friday, jaat oaa waek after Ito eoaaaaioaioa af tto ariaae, to wa* aeoteaeed to to baa«ed Jaly fl'.h. Il la to to hoped tkat three aentence* will to carried oat, aad tkat it will be come tto eaatooi to brlaa Ito perpa tratora of aaek faarfal arlnwa tboa promptly faoa to faee wilk tto gallowa. If ttora ware mora oack qtiiek tnala aad eenteaoee. there woo Id to leaa lyneblac aad leaa talk <4 lyaeblac, there wonld be fewer riola aad ttorewooid to laaa crlaia. Tto delay* of tto law eea ■tltota oa* af tto arealeel Rrierianeea ondar which tbe people labor. A prompt aad Impartial adminiatratioa of i<m lloa i* oo* of Ito b*at aafegoarda of free totiitotkmt. ■nana Mt. Ia another oolama will be fooad tbe programme for tto celebration of Memorial Day prepared by tto oom in it tee appelated for Ibat parpoa. by tto local fo*to of th* Grand Army of the Kepablie. Tbe pro gramme le a teatefal and appiopri.te one. and II la to be aaraeetly hoped thai all eiliaene will nolle la their eforta to make Ibe celebration of oor National day of moornlag a great noeem. Memorial Day la a peeollarly Amert ean Inatitotion. It. Aral oelebration waa a apoataaeena Iribota from tbe people of tbe Coiled Btatea le Ibe memory of the men who died la the eaoee of freedom and anion. Il waa wilkool a precedent among Ibe holiday, and faativala of other coanlrlee, aad il baa remained thoroughly American In ila ebaraoter aod In 'he nature of its obeervanee. UK a day ia tbe celebration of which •very lover of bla country, every id mirar of Its institutions. every friend of human liberty should join. All benefit alike from the sacrifice of tboea who yielded op tbeir lives on Ibelr eoontry'e altar, and all ibonld j lin alike in bonor log tbe memory of tbe brare aad t obi > dead. It la not mneb that we can do for them. Tbey freely gave yearaof hap p'neea and bonor, cberlebed bopea and aabitiona, life and name and all, In tbe oaaae for whioh ihey fell. It ia start ling to think that the monthe and years wbieb are now fleeting by, form part of tbeir great aaoiifloe. How many cf Mi one wbo years ago warn laid away In eoldiert' gravee would be living and moving among as today, fall of life and etrengtb and hope, ID the very prime of tbeir manhood, bad tbey not given all in their eoontry'e oauaef Uow many wLoae vary namea are forgotten would today be happy and content ed men looking forward yet to years of Itfe and proaperit) t We are living no tbe very frail of their eacriSoee. We are enjejlng the rears that tbey would have enjjyed. We are Ibe frtende and companions of tbe Uvea that tbey wenld have lived, rhey have done eo noeh. and all that wa ean do la to shew that we boner their ii lor lone memory—that we, the rempan ieua of Ibe llvve tbey never lived, love tbem for what thev have done. Let na all anlte to etrew flrwsrs on the gravee of oar heroes r»TIU««. Delegate Voorbcaa. Ilk* the gum n Mfeat>le child who ipMti ri«bl oal le f»ra eompany tad eipoaae the family aecreu. ban rmifj a bi« »o»a. Tfca interview with him. wblah waepobltehed lo the New Totk Sua aome week* *4O, haa tnaltd ou«t*rn«ti,>a in tbe Demo oratio earn? and If the eohjeet «>f nor* diaeneeion than anything thai Iba little l»elec«i« nfi did before ar anything that ba ta likely to do actio. Wh*n a neighborhood quarrel la alirred op bv Iba lkin«tllaa prattle of aahild. Ihoaa who are aroaaed la hoe Mill* forget all a boat tba prattler and hie prattle, and real ember only the an eavory tre the which ba baa anwtitinsif diaclitaed 80. In thi« aaaa, nobody thiaka of little V-orbeee, bat 1 grant deal of tboogbi la derated to what ba haa aalj. It ia not beeaaae little Voorbaaa la an nantlly bright or annaaally powerfal, noa la 11 bweeoae what ba baa eaid waa attber original or partienlarly wail aatd. thai kta interview baa attracted alien lion. It ta beeaaaa littla Vourbeea ta U» eon of papa V.wrteee. Everybody know* that little Voarhaaa lb ink a aa papa Vnorbaaa thxka acd when huia V orbeaa talka. pK<pta wry natural y tune!ode thai bate aayinat what pa ( a V.wrbaea tbmka bnl doaa sot aay. JLnd. aa papa VoMheaa ta a awry bit man. tba prattle of little Vtxirkeee attrae'e ittao ».«. Ha aura ap the IVovocrat a laadera aa tha bo« in Iba b« kmm aaU all the BaHthfora to talkie* when ba telle aboat tba qauT*! w>nb kia father and bia mottwr bar* ja*t bid There te not mas* la lite prattle after Little Voirteaa tfelakt Uuu Pi ia SEATTLE DAILY POST-INTELLIGENCES, SUNDAY, MAY 15, 1887. »• s M, telU MB.! <•**» "Bard *« DIMi Willi party id *«• •• V Jl!"""' "* Aad,ef ae«aa.ite VM*)* til ibiak tto. I m^T, CT toMtoi..v*. Ik ■..!»,«. ••".forttoyteowlteaif tedd»e«,to ,w mtli toveaay adayieaa idea aa taltoaetaaJ oaat of rrTira varfaia. aiu tto coelerfai'JtoaTwJ."' ito J wraan* dmna aad far reaihHig ta It ieealy by lakiac aa aetaal •*r however tort, aaa biltoMl •ar wttak lasted aaly aboat aarca moatto. Tto total aoat ta Piaaaa aaa ao aaamoaa tto> It aaa vitk diitoalt T Tto dtroat aiyaaaaa of tk| Freaofe «i kaadrad million dojUra. Tfcic amoaai laaladaa tto ratra nr sradita. tto oaat of a»«iataiala« tto Orraaa troopa ta fraoaa aatorqaaal to tto «ar. aad ito aoat of rakaUdiac aad ra <qaipt«n* tto away. Tto aaoaat of rrqatattioaa lariad to Ito laradiaa •rny. ito npaadltorta Saoarrad locally, aad ito dcatriatioe of proparty ta Itovar are aatlaaatcd at two baadrad aad twaa ty iva asUlioa dollar*. Tto iedamnity damaadad by Oaronay and pud by Praaaa waa MM iKoutmmd milium dol l»rt. Add to ttoaa ficarea Iweaty Ara aiilUoa dollar, f Jt war paaatoea, arraa baadrad aad fifty million dollar* for loaa of taaooia dariac 1870 and lA7I, Are bondrad and aixty mil lion dollara for tka dapteaiatioß ia Fraoab aaralaff power, aad Uuca bondrad and twenty million dollara, the ralaa af Alaaea aad Lorraine, wbiek ware aedad to Germany, and it r*at a «rand total af tbroe tkooaand four baa drad aad el«bty mUlioa dollara aa tto eaiitre eoat of tto war laatlag aaren moatto to the Freeob people. Tbta ra ttmata doaa not laolode tto ralae af tto lirea loot, wbiak la aa aaobrtaia qoaa my. Tbta loaa la eqaal to the aano«a of tto entire nation for lea yeara. Tto eod of tto war to Germany waa, >»f eoaree, maeb lea*. Indeed, ooatid ered partly from a monetary point of eiew, it waa a tea roe of profit. Tto total direct and ladirect expenditure of Ibe German government iaeident to tbe war waa Are hundred and aerenty-fir* million dollara. The oaab indemnity raoeived and tbe valo* of tbe oeded province* together anoant to one tboac and Ibree baodred and twenty million dollars, ao thai tbe war reaalted in a cat gaio to Uenoaay of aeren bondred and forty Are million dollara. Oar o* ti national debt farniabe* an other atartling evidence of ibe enormooa eoat of war. In 1860 tbe United Stalea bad no debt worth apeak ice of. In 1866 oar debt amounted ia round number* to ihree tbcaaand million dollara. Tbia ebaaa that tbe aetoal oaab aoat of the War of tbe Rebellion to lb* Coltcd Htate* aggraffated Ibia enormooa ecm. Aad wfcon we oonaider Ibat the«e Agarea do not inolade indireet lo«aee, aor tb* co*t of tbe war to the Soatb, it will be apparent tbat tbe aotoal cost of lb* war •onld amoaai to a torn that oan h trdly be api>recialed. It ia not only powiblc bat extremely probable that before many year* have elspsed tbere will be a general European war. Bosnia he* bereyea fixed stead faatly opon Constantinople, and iaonly waiting an opportnne moment to move upon it. Franoe la smarting onder the indignity of a bunoiiatiog defeat, and it is onl> necessary to know tbe character of tbe French people to appreciate the fact that tbey will never reet nntil their defeat haa been avenged er onlil th»y •affer a atlll (reiter one. England, Austria aad Germany are acting ia a measure opon ibe defensive. It ia tbeir wiah to maintain tbe face cf Europe ae It now is, aid to ensure this they have been strengthening tbeir armiea and increasing tbeir navtea aa tbongb war had actually began. One of tl« managers of a prominent London news paper said a few days ago "that tbere waa not a single pbpar In London wbiah bad not goaa steadily ahead making preparations and employing correspond eau thmagboot Europe in the eame way as tbongb war waa actually impending." When tbe war d we soma it will be sneb s one aa tbe world haa never known, ita eoat will be aemetbUg fabulous. If tbe sovereigns wbo bavs tbe deterraina tioa of tbe qoeetion in tbeir bands would atop and oeunt that oast before embarking opon a war, it kardly arena >s thoagb bnmsn andaoily oould go eo far as to enable tbem to undertake it. TBI "Mil TIKKB" ■». ■a Teeb la riiarlu and wai Killed *>r ■ •»« I From CkatU*oopa J Tba feUow who waa born vary tirad Kfrw more and mora wear* aa ba Went throogh Iba bapa ai d miahapa of child hood. ike adol aeenoe af yooth and Iba eariv period of manhood. At middla a*» ka ni tba tiredeat man then lmg(. Alio ba waa *> olterlr worn mi with Iba Dimpla prooaaa of eiietin« thai It ■Kworrad lo kirn to ealcolale bow nuny brealbt ba moat draw if ba went on lie 'or twenty yeara mora. and. twin# a man in fair preeervatt-n. there wu a aoad proepeet of reaehtne Iba allotted tltraa ecore leara and leu of average uiaak'nd. Wall, thia tired eiliaen flgored it oat on Iba haaaa of eighteen breathe a mm ate. 1.080 an bonr. ».*«J 10 the d*T. 9 . far a year. and IS9 342 -.lk) twenty rear* fba ftfare* apnllej him and ba died in diagoet and »t «ba tremend oa taak of doing each aa eaormoaa amooatof breathing * w * l ' it xiin rieiiitt, The wkiaky wolf onder the abaec'r the New 1»k rai« t» bMo« taa iawi J »wrv swnaraUy The K.liaiooa ffrraii. of Baton, eaya of it: letboee who ar* iaqo;rmff aa to tbe eian.'iei of tbe Tiai. * paper that :* b>ia« araaiatad with <>mi ea'arpnae ww wwcld aay, we bid in Iradinx lie* ■« a third parly for Ibe pr ration of tero peranM. Ft lareoaU mflaeac is the MM ef rr Hn itinc tamperanoe la the ia dir -Sa-U. there are other keeperaooe ptl»r« f»r t ore e9fxi.ee Polittael tatfflea aad aaand mo'ai iaSnenoe often in aery different •pberae. We bay for eaah and aeli for saab 8)0 T* f< * k>w aaab pnoea in d n Cnarrxa Clbui km 5 B Mer^u^ -WherefirrU "Oh." waa the ndr. "that"* year *hare of the proflta of thedeal I eekadyaa to go ■aa. Tea rea wanal ia. bat yaawara' hn the Wal Street *ewr It wwald at aQ tf^Ae^i^eit^bafl Tim Pule. Then *e ae way ia whfeh BMtjoa bejade mjjzUklj aad earety 1 eoadSSL \a"eac«rtTy haWara. eftheaeana? After R ha* beea decided to kick a aaa aet aad a plla Jww totitopahtaeie ae «TPadfe" If Mi Hoanea doe* aet aoeeat the Piari daacy it will prehaMy be efferred te Mr. tteoyJ. Oaald.aadme bettered he wiß We weald reapaefaQy »a. »*el to oar eafeetaad eeaieatperary. Victoria Bettiaa. that tt woald he a araeefal ead aa aapro enatetrfbate te the drU zatioa of the WOaer Weet te foacd a aew order ia heaor ef her ead ear oWoqbm i Nebraska eeewperary. the Haa. Was. T. Cidy. Make Ma G aad Coasaaadar of the enter ef the Ooidea Leeso Meaawh le we re cord ea todiTidaal impreauea that Bnfle la WilUan i» a Inner aaa thaa aid Woi setoy. Let the war eacte ssream. It Is om of Sift WMer WUoox. whims la >iu nothing bit white indoors. I'm!; it » some wh ia satin Kate Qfoeawar robe, a»d lone sleevad is the morning than ataaraa ug square seek at alfks. Bick turn. KUckiut Ceaafy. vu tmurr- Ij d—lsajsil by tra a taw day* an. ex cept a chorea. Ill»1. «—ith abac and batcher ihojx The loaa la abMt ts.ooo The only 1 ascraaoe waa |8 (W earned by Mckl* k Flower. The Are originated la the hatai. The wind waa biowiag farioas ly at ths ttma. Ladles sboa'd lacs. A Mra. Caasnbell of Sew York, the other day draw (Iff 0 from a bank. She pat It la bar baeom far safe keeping. Mrs. OempbeU believes ia draas reform sad wears bar carmen *» vary loose. When shs reached bane aad felt for her awry it waa gone. It had •Hyp d throogh bar loo*e prtanu ta the ground. Aa aid m'lastaas af rmro' utisna j days la a fair st*ts of D"eeervaiioa. stands asar the corner of 1511 st-eet and Tenth Arenas. N. Y. It bsars tha fohawiag ta seriptfon: : "iV« : t mUas : to : W Yak. : "Ia raadlag the llvsa of well known lit sra"y woxen." says a writer la tbs Critic. J "I am surprised to lad them su h early riser* Harriet Marrin'aa took her cap of cofltsetwhich she mads herself) and a four-miles walk tefo-e I o'clock. Whaa she retained she ate her breakfast and sat down to work. At t she dined and thea the day's work wsa done. She read, bat never write, la the evening. Maria Id re worth, too, was tip with the lark; and a bouermald two au'ee from where she lived used to waken her mistress in ths morning with 'lt's ! o'clock, ma'am, MtasKdgeworth is going by.' Onida is an earlier bird than either of theae good ladies waa. She goes from her bed to her deak aad writes fur three o- four horn before s k ,e touches a mouthful of food The midnight ell gives no mo-e inspiring light thaa is shed by ths moral og son " The subwription list to the new C. B. & Q foar per rest, loan was closed at noon of a recent date. It is a little strange that only pm OJO was subscribed for in London, where a safe foar per cent, bond woald ordinarily s»ll better than here. To Germany was allotted $3 000,000 The balance went to thia country The Massachusetts Prohibitionists don't like the wi; they have been treated by the Legislators of that State, and they are threatening ail sorts of dire things In tbe oampaign of next fall. An old Irishiraa who has worked for years for the St. Paul Kail «ay Company, when he heard of Mr Mitchell's deMh. is reported to have said: "An* so the old man Is dead. Heaven rest hts soul. If he has as much iaflnence with St. Peter as be has with St. Pan), he's all right." tbk »ii« «r nut iritmiri. [ Tke Engineer.} The following table give* the name, date of construction, tonnage, length, breadth, and depth af the principa' steamship* plying between European and American shore*: a'j- OT~P b» ] o I ®J|? |j| CHvof It mt I WI J, 144(54®" 53~|« Umoria I*B4 7,Bo'ijMO 57-3 *t'l Btrarla ism 7,7|g s®i « gj-j 38 Herria 1881 7 35U515 51 1 97 Aurmaia 188 i 7.a»1470 57 »|J7 » Le B f'MW 18*8 7.011 508 « 52 4;38 4 La BevrtfOfee tsgh 7.000;508 «|S2I 39 8 L> Obsoip rn» l il* ?§4 La (Htcumt 188117.rM.50r7 Ml 38 S Al»»k» 1881 IB.Mslsoe 50-6 SS America 18881C9001431 41 3 :.«•» Noraandlr «• 50 S7 > eeternland 1881 5 7*'«s» 47 35 »•*** 18* S.MOj4U 48 38 **•»• I«B»|S.SOC tH 48 38 All'* 1998 MO*'*!* 48 S8 City of Berlin 1874 5,49:>488 8 44 1 34 # No:>rdlaod l««S 1 5.i1i1400 747 35-3 CltJ of Ohl ago ... 1585|3.30jj430 45 .13-« Arizona 1879 3 1471464 46 87 ISM «.l*)|4ao 547 34* £uld* 1883 5,1(191450 *8 38 *"T» i«B2 «MV 490 48 36 IV'fraela , s,; 5 080 398 341f 32 J Germanic 1874 S.OHS'iM 48 113 7 HnUailtO 1874 ».004 >455 «!33 7 »*• 1881 4,91 1 ;430 '45 9>i's Kagland 1885 4.tm 4*7 43 535 Egyptian KaulW.. Ist, 4.71'9,370 44 3* * rr*lK» .. 1865 4 84' :W4 44 38 ABMTlque 1864 4.831 3*4 41 3C 9 CltJ of Rlr m ad.. 1»71 1.807 4« *43 38 grin... .... 1**4:«,IOO t<6 41 35 ©liy of Chester. .... ie7l 4 584-475 44 335 Jf* 10 . ~ ," •• ISII 4,»1»i42» 4;43 2: 18 3 Oi yot Mont eel .. l-7|i4.4,-|| 419 1>44 3 3 Tbe Ineen IMS 4.447 -81 1;43 4*7 3 (iroca » Moaarrh.. itf: i>i «| ,43 33 Mr*** IS*?!4.3lu'3£kf 7 41 3 35 » »»»olte 1977:tTSS.«m 143 i-R Henmona 15T2|4.»47 TO Ui 134 Anrkorte IgTlU.I*- 4*o 140 1|33*8 Stelr of S- rule . BNU 4.00C1 186 (43 '*4 ■»"«»>» ira 4 .uf tot Ufrtln Lydlao Koearsh lnsijs 91« 390 143 B4 Adriatic 11^113.»!>-'4S7-»f40-»j 31 Denmark IfIKS'S.T.'S! »'42 i<m Kopnblte 19T13.W 430 >409 31 •*1 1«1i*7t.7(410 40 *3l Rnevta ... 1874 3,704(3*0 141 iJ4 Wissoa>ia lJ7u 8.700 3TB 43 |.Ji Other well known skip* are tbe rr ibc*. tkale of Nevada. Slate of Penn sylvania, Monarch, Kbvland. tbfwo;a. Australia. L«WII«, Wyoming. Hum , Helgealand. Wieland, State of Alabama Westphalia. Peonland, Z-eland. Amy nao Monarch, State of Georgia. B»- bran. State of Indiaaa. Aeadia. N-d.r --land. Alexandria and A«eyrta Tb»ae register from 95J0 to 10P2 too*. Ike Aetdia m ih* imalleat. ■urns rtim mr urtu. iSrHnfiJl; Amtrttan ] MrtaU. Cnt. Fair. Alumiaam ... dee 700 ...di«. 1292 AQtuo ny " 42S ... - 797 Araeme " 185 ... » »s Buniutb - SGI ... « 5U7 j Cedtniam ... " 3HJ ... « gyg OiWil " 1200 ... " 2193 UopMT " 1091 ... - imi Indium " 17(5 ... " S4B 8 Iroe. wroagbt . " ÜBO " 27SS Itoo. (Ut " 13U0 ... " 2192 : iron. Meet... . " i*o .. •« asaj M 5M.... - 617 IKDNQO ... ** J3> ... •* 4*V» Mercery.. " -40 ... - -40 StrkM " IGoD " »I 2 Petamtaa. ... - 62 ... » 143 6 Potman - 38UU ... - 4712 8U»~r - 1»« ... *• lsb4 SoAiatu M 96.... « 17J-8 X'» * 3M.... " 455 Z:ae - *12.... " T73 6 No job lou or o4d Mylea at tbe Star Ctetbins H nae. Oa» bi aatifal a'oek ta alt at tku Muoa't latportatiaoa. and •e aitapi« aak yoa w* to Uy oat a dol lar until yoa bar* awe Kun 4 Hoaxs na'a «pria« atock and prioaa. IDfuit Frm Prtm j Ha"aatotoi adwtrbaaeeet ia a Sew Tort (aiarjte •dwrMeaai ™Ssmti®«2««^iKU«o6?U^S uaatsuwus 41S4£lS33KH«lUi IMKSUCKI2£a3MM»Mt*?II3t3M£3 lU9S. tee reporter hid gi*<B eoaee ttttatna to the eelrac of etyptosrapha, bat after pexstaw aver the f ore* neg foe half aa hoar he had to acknowledge thai it wae awotoh above hue. -I doa't btiim that it baa aay mean tag. la ay optoua it « merely aa ar- of ehoaid aay saan pay goad asowey to haw Mauaptesa ™BCL Doyoo gireit as?" "Weil, it read-: " -Ccaid act take it. Jack ha* gone to H«tx>kea. Will follow by *r»J train. take yoar w ri for it of osnrse, bat I oaa't ore bow thoae li«te ateaa aatttat ef the kiod." -So down. H«ee a ewer and sake yeaneif eoasfanatdc. 1 waat to give yoa a few wrinkle . The We of a -no eeeefal detoetire m not what the ceaarai pobbe iaactaee it to ha. Otrotußataaeee im wot pkty into hie hands in real life like tfeay dortn the detoraee stone* pab iiabed in pooalai Kory paper*. No* a bit of it. Kerry treat hit m the raenlt of eaiefa! etady and pain taking saoh aa woold earpnae yoa if yoa soold be broagbt to aa adeqatta anderetandiag of tbeea." "Ail *err flood. Bat what has this to do w.th BiJuac English oat of this pub lish-H bwieb of inrta* -It has this iao3b to do with it. lbs better educated olasa of sritaisals sys lematieally correspond witb eaob otter by naaass of secret writing, and one of tbe lint things that a good detect: re mast lean ia the art of cryptograph?, or stegacography, aa sume aall it. 1 jut wvated te give you to understand taat every slugger witb a sledge hammer fi»t sac not be made into a detect! re. There are some tuoe points in tbe business that can be metered only bp brain work, aad this is oae of them. Tbe minute I pat my eyes on that adrerti-e ment I stup'oted that it waa written on aa old Oryek method with which I am tboroaghly familiar, and wbioh reqairea that every letter be represented by two figures. Home one letter previously agreed upon (wbiab its thia oaae I foond to be 1) m dropped from ibe alphabet, and represented by two cipbere—leaving tweaty five letters remaining. These twenty-five letters are arranged in Ibe form of a aqoare, thus: 123 4 5 a f I 4 v—l b g m r w—i eh n s x—3 d i o t j—4 e k p n z—s "And eaeb letter is symbol iz?d by the figures found by tbe intersection of a vertioal witb a horizontal row. Is that plain to you?" "Not exactly." "It will be in a minute. To find Ibe figures for 'a,' we take its vertisal figure, wbioh is 1; tben its horizontal figure, whiob is 1 again; putting 1 andl togeth er we have 11; 'b,' by the same means, is fosnd to be 13; 'q' is 41, 'w' is 52, aad so on. "Of oonrse, this square can be modi fied in a hundred different way-, per bape, by reading tbe figures backward :nd placing 5 ovsr'a,'4 over 2 over 'g' and 1 over 'y.' "There is another system of secret writing npon wbioh we bave not tousred at all. It consists of tbe hiding of sig nificant words in a sentenoe of good English, and I kuow of a case m thin eily where this style of writing was used between a young lady and a gentleman who had been forbidden by the lady's father to set her, and nsed to snob pur pose that tbe pair was married a sburt time ago. H<-re is one of the young lady's notes. What do you tbink of it?" Tbe note was written in a lsdy's deli oate band, on a very small sheet of gilt edged paper. The sheet was embulisb ed at tbe top with an embossed initial W, and tbe writing was: "George—l wish you would forget me. I can not and will not see you tonight or again, in the park or al home, without papa's permission, whiob be ttlls me will never be given." Tbe reporter ooold not see tnaoh hope for tbe lover in the foregoing document, antil his attention was drawn to sour in aitesimal bgores in tbe lower left hand oornsr of tbe paper, so a nail as to be almost invisible, bat when p iated oat were plaiDlj seen to b« 1,2,12,14,15 16 19. 20, 21. "Now read tbat note again, omitting every word bat tbe first, second, twelfth, fourteenth, fifteenth, sixteemh, nine teenth, twentieth and tba awenty first, and voa will find that it read*: •"Georgs— I will see yoa' tonight Is tbe park.' "But tbat sort of thing is all ohild's play. ms your lead penoil, and go aad lo k oat of the window for five a.inates. When yoa oonse back I will show you a crypt .gram written on a system that is absolutely indeo'pbsr able by tboss not is tbs secret." Tbs reporter did as bs was bidden, and when tbe flte minutes were elapsed the detective banded bim a long strip of paper, on which were written tbe ohsr\et-r« following. In the man a script tbe cbarsoters wsre written in one lon* ooloma. but for the aake of eoono <n xing rpaoe thty are printtid in four columns: m n aa in whet se oo ad a be tob me od al the o of tte tin it set sor use o he cret m er a st ere th of I is »e tbe r Is g is in at Ipt as is le wri " I will not ask you t > trouble yoat brains in end«avc ring to read tbat, bat will show yoa the solution at oaoe." Taking tbe ppr by its lower end. tts detective wrapped it spirally aronod tbs lead penMl be had borrowed. Wbea this was done the disj tinted words and fragment* rf words oa-ae together as if by magic, forming tbe easily read sentence: " Wbere tba le'ter is to be read in manuscript, this ssetbod ef see ret writ ing is one of tbe beat in ase, and it is not at all common." Tbe buck Hl»i h*d been originally aoanl ah..ot tbe pencil. and tbe a»n <«o* wnttea opoo tbe »<jj lornt taraa ef tbe apiral, making a jamble wbro anaoood. wt leb eoald be truialated only by winding «be prer about tbe riginul pencil nod at 'lietlj tbe Mine acute M ongmallt o«-d. "By making tbe angle eery abort and the paper eery I ana reery letter may be eo» ib tve or nor* pieoea, »i that wbeo sowoaad tbe er.pt grata will aeem t« be merely a lon« line of m**niog!v*« dot* aad dubn. ! tu vj" my aaffie* !«cg. to that eaeb hoe la tbe amn oootMna from ooeto foar letter*, thna makti a a eipber ahieb yoa ran readily pnnt if yoa c*re to <ho* tbi* •yeteca of aeeret wncag O' eoaree. if tbey c\r* to try tbu expert:_ -t.t for themarleee. th- eacoe a>Dteaae will probably divide op d:ff*r<-atly with them, aa tfcey ail] not know at wb't as gle 1 uy paper. "Wbeo l»n are far at-b-d w.tb eyliadeta—iradpeturila. 9M««, peak 'ide-a etc., of tsaatly tbe •atae aiae. and a deteraaicaie angle of • I 'diEg tbe paprr w agrred no b»tttee«i then, they fcaee to tb.tr kkw ;Df of tbe moat rapid ae*aa of writtbg e«D«aaiMt:ona aodeoipbera.'Ue bt otbera ao* is the w« " Eeery maa baa bia bobby. Mia. la th» aaab aeatem. It doee b. rood to M tbe Bredii (torse openly aeknowl «dg • to ia beet They feel it. Cnarma Ctun. «■«■ • MtoenaT**lfyam do ywa will nwd "^TuLtITITtT :TS5»5i m mmwDh.'- -IMnar It," aed nib otter psraeeeof like ta»- '"i" ilvsts Mile." Mid a wkirad operator. "whea 1 think of the way we txrn and to treat •«*' uimy ■ iteWwrnEmoSM. Sieee btooe* ioc j*J tnU COM is sad want a Am paiofc tfereoeh in • harry. H? W!IW Mim. iki ite of iwt • th:a«! ' — lf -»« i iiiiu ■ IMI'I mM m t tokerip? Sse—that »*, if left to itself. Tb' bore look npoa ««bna like that at Ml a* a pereantf rfiast. *MI a tM nnnarnu r n ? Thereoemat clerk takes tie oMasece, frown* a lull? when the 'rush" eoowe to tw». reoeree* the MNT.ein'tfi rishl.'nad the eender wtik> oct ens pi .eenily. Then the eterk pu£» a» the dnpUeh again, took* it orrr tiowiT, tote with it, and —iu. ;Mt b(K two or tkree other pervoa eoaee is and he lay* aaide the 'raeh' to wan oa them F.n*ily be bkM ap hia iittle pile of aieaatSM. pat' iha Ta«h' at the bottoeo. and b*»de the batoh one to the record derk. Waeetbe reoord clerk eo«ea to the 'nnh' n»ee eace be a!ao smilea. As it ia the iaet on hit d*ek. he playe with it for a while, oraotieee peamaaahip on it (doea the Speoeeriaa aet, yea kaow) takfe hie time in recording it—ia taet doe* every thins bnt rath it. From the desk ef the reeotdiag eterk the meeaagec are circa to the op-talon by the file boy. He, too. ha* a ereat aattpathy for 'raah ■iiniarrs If all tbe operators are not at leisure, be sspplies tboae who are from the top of th« pile and sticks the net on (be booh. If there m a 'rash' ia ibe lot it always goes on the book. Tbe upshot of tr.e whole matter n that ih'S pr-ci 'Oi pieoe of paper, with i s imnienMlv important eommanieitioo, wbiefa tbe setidar wasted 'rasfcfd' is about the last disuateh sent out."— -Vf» York Sun. SaCBIStI i» KhMU. Uttle rail t. really lasiH by the rhtlllplr ef the ftowlbern Seaera). W ashisot is, May 6—General Bben d-n waa mueb amus :d upon rsadtng tbe letter of General Tbomaa L. Boaeer, in whiob tbe latter speass of a proposed trip to tbe Shenandoah V alloy by Gen sral Sheridan, aad denounces bim for tbs "wild, wanton waste and desoluton which bis barbarous torch spread through the valley" daring tbe war. A'ter reading General B seer's ptillipio Gsneral Sheridan said to • Trtbrnme eur respondent: 'Kcwaer baa not f rgotten tbe wbalicg I gave bim in tbe valley and I am not surprised that be loses his temper when be recalls it. Yon see, when I was mov ing down tbe valley I bad sn important object in view acd did not eare to be annoyed. Bosser was sent after mt with a brigade, bat I did net consider it worth while to give bim muck attention. General Torbert's division at esvalry formed tbe rear of my and I w«s confident he coald take oare of Bowser. Oooisi-naiiy B >«ser wso'.d come aeroes small detaebmeuts of oor troops and would sweep down apoa tbem. Finally it was reported to me that Bosaer bad captured mv pack trair, and this mads me mad. Halting the SLtire army right on tbs road, I galloped to Ibe rear to find Torbvrt, determined to settle Boe der. I fecad that Its train hid not b en oap'ared, aithoasb it bad enooau t-red K m and was coming in eon oiderably scattered and broken up. I coald not find Torbert acd this added to my rage. When I found bio, he was quietly eojoying bimeelf in a farm b ns?. I ealltd him oot and infoimed bim that I wanted B user cleaned oat, and th it if be coald not do this I w alo take kis division and do it myself. I oooeladed I woald nmtin and aee tbe work performed, and so I informed Tor bert. The following morning early Tor bert went after Bosser. wtose brigade was struck with an imp«tn<Hity that caused it to scatter. We stnpied tbe enemy of everything il bad oaptared; all its gur.s, except one, wbioh sabse queotiv fell into oar bands, ana all its baggage, incladtng tbe personal eSeots of Bosser. It was a regular frolia for onr boys. Caster got Boeder's aniform and occasionally wore it for the atnase men! of his command. Torbert pnrsned Boseer to Newmarket, a distance of about twenty five milts. He did nol trouble me further "Thisincident was doobly humiliating to Boiaer, b*OHO*« be was bailed as tbe "Bavionr of th? Valley," hi* men wear leg so all lmrel twig* in tbeir bat* as an iadieation of tbeir purpose to olean aa oat. Borne time after this, when Ko*>er again appeared in that vio'aity. I and< rstanl the people adviaed bim to sabaiuate pampkia vines for I arel, that plant being known for nioning qualities. F r those reasons, I snppos*. General K >*»"r oontinae* to feel an kindly toward me. He say* that [ havt not atoned for mv aets daring the war. That is trae. It never ooaarrsd to me bat I was allied apon to do so. 1 want to add tbat Ido not propose to make a trip to tbe Shenandoth Valley tbe Dom ing tamaier. and bad not thoogbt of eo doing. I visited tbe vailev last ron mer in with Senator Cameron of Pennsylvania, and was hospitably reeeived by tbe peopl*. none of whom exhibited any of the bittera'ss of feel ing that is expressed in General Hos ser's letter. 1 understand KoMer is now living in the vailev, sad a< be intend* to beeone a eindidate far i*jng(»ssbis letter was doabt less written fur tff ct upon his ooming political campaign." NEW AJyVBRrWEMKNTtf N otici. -thk corporation of Urace Ho pital will held Its annual meeting on Monday. May lAih. at Trinity Recto ya:B p m The Beard o Trustees will me-t. same day. at tbe ofttce o John L ary K-q.. at () a. m. my!s It (iKO. H. WATSON. Pres. N'OTICIf.— ANT PERSON OR PlCß sons knowiig themselves Indebted to Samoa! K-eidelof the Sr»at 1 X U, Co.) will pleue « tlie their accounts with Judtre (.'anii or the Paget .iound Nat'enal Hank of Seattle, they Being tbe only a a thoriied oops to rolle t and receipt for TEACHERS' EXAMINATION.B AT THK TKACHKRB' EXAMINA * 1 tioa held Wednesday and Thursday of last week, thee were 31 applicaati fcr certiteatea, 11 of whom failed. No fl'»t Trade certiil-aim we-e oVtalr ed Ibe following ia a Hat of thoae who obtained certiDcatoa, Uitfelter with their rank. aacoSD <• ka;'K Mary Turner. 53." C W. Iteyaolda #08; Lillian K. Tit ia. ifcl: l»tt e J. Krmpefer, B*2: S. M. McNaugton 861; J. J. Gil more SH , Gertrude Mar*h, SJ2: Albert Haul. 309. THIRD liR'DE. Rlaacia C. T -rrr, 837; Clara M. Mitch eli 83!; John D. Morgan. (£»; Liu e A. Jooee 7W ; K C. Turn* r. 7ri: fa.-ah A. Him Dor, 7tf7; MaryC. AlUaou 71?; Jennie Ho:: hton. 715: Joaephtne Sbo-t, 7»2; * hra' u Mat hieeoa. 735; tu ue H-mrfb ton. «7», Fr .nk Paal, Mi Ie AAC P. RICH. Coaaty Superintendent. ii. K. Joxb. CaTHEKiai CaatSTT m}l.,iiwi hxamialnf Board. FICHIC AT BICE TRACK. SJN DAY, MAY ISth. Thkrk will bk a matchki» f* t race of WO yard* for fiou a aide, f C. hyaa and J J. Mauler. wi I alen be kotwracux aaiiru wc by the Band. oiylJSi 1 AA ACRK3 Of LAND. ONK-QUAK i UU te- of a oik ao'i:hea« of later atare. C®W Klrer. Lot i. block 1L Lot t. bock at. Ceitrai addittoa to V- Let I block L Law h iadi.Uoc. Seattle Lot 10. block L - Lot u. black 1. " Apply to OKORGR THOMAS. ApSi f Newcaa'le Coal Prwdfcisest 11 •» Bk- mm 4 ml 7Mp»mu *T m M«a»« J. who o «*t—J* valwtt 4~~ft <ka ahr-*aeof toe **** -or day M«l >< I*» p. »- Jammevp p«r • BMII -« at <S IB M • or * - ally la-ri toi to atJead. «r*^«to"^^*o!»rrr 4 ■"•aaaa. £•!?"• ta. Sea'ar ach <al at M a. at All M Qermaae are iaTtted. day al II am tr Bar. Mr. Hartoam. Saiday flrhmt at ISOJ p. m. Tea* «M --pie'a meetiac- p. a». Praioe aarnca at 7J9p at aad prwcfcln* »t 7 15 byJU*. r. M. -ic*!ea, of Mooat Ye-aea. Beale i n, ail weKoaaa. m» Methods* Cfcm**. Ptoe atoao*. be tweea Matt aad actlac«tn a. m. and 7Jia. m Suaday School at fc** a. m. P-ay«r terik* W««ae«day »%*«• Swedish Latberaa church. Thi-d Mraar. a«ar Ptte—DiTiae at II a. m. aad sp. m.. ooadicMd by Be*. 6- A. Aader aa. Itrjrj-bodr weteaaaeL WAST - TO LBT-rORSALI-XTC W} ANTED —MAN TO BUN A PLAN *Y er aad neoid<ac aajlM ..Ssfi ioh. Applj at «•» SL MN'EK LI MBhR CO. Snmner. W. T. WANTED- A WOMAN TWO DATS 1 \ a week so do bowaework. i. W. SMITH, aoath' ide Potuthttae-. be'.waoa Mariaa aad Madia—. Ti4« WANTED LABOBBBS TO WOBK la Stampede Tnoael. Traanorto tfaaa from Taeent wi Ibe f-iraiahed- Ap ply at NELSON BENNETTS fwral once Tac roa »yH S» TolJet. IIOC3E TO RENT-ON SECOND ST. rl befoea Ualverahy aad taaeea; $ ynnw cloaea. etCn All roinpifH lujotn of U. H. PEASE, ear. Eighth aad fpria* areata. miO if L-iOP. KIN T„BERIAH BROWN'S r reeldeooe. K3&U> and Jfffenwa it» . freahly p» nted aad newly pt»ered. ID WAW) B. DOWNING * CO. mjll R»X TO KENT-rrRNISHKB OR unfumiah-d. located near the central pan at eilj. Addiraf K. rthdi'aa all t XHRH FURVI3HED ROOM A SUIT 1 able far hoosekeepißg. Cora r Leaora aad Herocd streets. mjlO « ArisK scrr* or ROOMS, APPLY at Piwr l!iTim«ti«fn affile FOR SALE. MACHINERY: 1 Engine UUm. M loch awing. M feat 4 inch bed. 1 HOT rrest 1 Weacolt a combination ctnck. II inch. 1 Pl<ner. Mlß.br *8 fn. bySf.et. 1 L'priitht Drill. 30 inch. antcmatie feed; •11 o' Goald It Ebethnndt manafaetare. 1 Vertical Steam Engine. sin by «in., and boiler. 1 Hor zontal Steam Enaine. 7 H In. br It In.; all In first class rond tion- Ad If to HENRY B. LOOM!*. myj lm AUwwy at Law. \ LAFGK TWO-3TORY. FIGHT- A room House; Lot 90x1."0 fre», and has a rat-'l Barn o i It; secoad lot on Tenth street from corner of Plr e. Price aite* caih. Inqure of w. LOT K » at C mrcerclal Mill ap3o lm FIVE HEAVY TEAMS-SEVEN BCO u horse*. Terms reasonable Can be an at the City Sla v lev corner Main anr* Third street*. ? eat tie. af 9 H.4TOQ SIOOO CAN prit roas« s half-law st In one of the Mat paying bas'.neaars is Seattle. togai tier with s hsiflsterrr in Machine:?, Fix nr*>, etc., ralaei at W.SOO. For fa nber partieniars ad die?s P«tofflca B x ffj. Seattle. w T 11m CITY PROPERTY AND rAKMING land*. improved aad nnimp-oved. New steamboat Vdlth K., with good paying route established, between Laurel shade ar.d Hooehton. on Lake Washing ton. leaving Fooghton every day at 7a.m. and 1 p.m.. returning leave Laarel Shade at 8 a m and 2p. m. Inqu'reof aplT lm wT W EAsTER. Maater. NEWSPAPER FOR SALE. SITi'ATED IN ONB OF THE B*BT and moat prosperone sections of West em Es'abliahed and doing a paying basin* ss. Good job offlce in connection. Price f2QOO: 11200 eish. bal ance on satisfactory terms. Parties with oat mon*y need not apply. Geod reasons fo* selling. Address " News Ofllce. ' this ofllce. mygtf DYSPEPSIA. Up to » few weak" ago I considers! myself tbe champion Dyspeptic of America. During tbe years I hare been afflicted I have tried almost everything claimed to be a specific for Dyspepsia in tbe bope 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 whom I knew and concluded to try its effects In my case. I bare used but two bottle*, and am satisfied tbat I have strtick tbe right thing at last. I felt its ben eficial effects almost immediately. Unlike all 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. To SMQrt a Ktioltr Habit of Mj without changing tha Dtat or Dta orgaslilng tfce System. take Siemens Liver Regulator. ONIT cr»ii»« msruiTrsiD BT J. H Z-ILIH I CO PHIUDELPHU REMOVED. 'PHI CARRIAQK SHOP OF F. MARCO I haa been removed from the old Hand to the Seattle Iron Wo-ks building, ror ner South Sfcond and Jwkmti ktiwtA Fair Mock of bard wood and rarrieice mete-1«J always on hand. Cerriairee o> all kind* built and repaired. and gene>al blarktmitfelng done to order r. MA I too. THE HORSE-SHOEIN6 !HOP Of J A. Mcßeth It Co. haa alto been re moved to this nnu b:!l inc. We are now better prepared than arer to turn oat 11 st < lase work. apT lm J. A- McBKTH * CO. SHOES! SHOES!! 8HOE8!!! ONCK FOR ALU WK SAT. OUR stock Is now oemrdef. We have had twenty jw. ietce la the but neea. We have bought fro*> Kastern manufacturer* whom we peraonally know to he relt.bje, aad between thfin and our cue'omwe we stand e.rtyto Guarantee every pair of Shoes sold by us. We boy with cash, discounting all our bile. Cur store been made slMtct and com'ortaMe. with new carpet, new rugs, sew chairs, etc.. and wa invite yon to cal. Our old reliable t>e Senior lis r»ndy to serve h's old friends; our mid dle- g d man all c'aaaet. and -ra- " hand some youci man." the young !ad tea We wen I mention pr<c»» coase and aae as. Grateful for the large patronage we hare received, we ate rer> r«s|e t'ully, SIMON & SMITE ■jrSCm "W-AJITHUJ. KirSC"™ Mm haada. 5"T*" i ,u «- w »»>■*. MSkar. SM saoath. —» «.v- L|^ arratioa. * FOR SAIiB Floe let. T-i aau hooaa aad MaUa ~ eath aad Jackao* cmft nseo U<il M MTctj. l*. **uiiTu 'aad tt, bl U Me AWh, gu Tka t baat lota ia fai« Maaal (leered loto la Bigeiew'aad.(Tiulat BS * Mayaard'a l u« WarttaroTto Lota 4 atd 8, bi *3 Terry I nTjJi Clear*' Ma. bl I Lawier'a. KBS. Lata 5 aad lhi S lTTaq. A bariaia. fanuahed —iiraat M 150 P""* "*afcl ai» flMI Mil. Fvratafced ree»auraa»a. IBJ «4 im CJtj hotel »w»: steam laaadnv tea aad lodcuur booaa. Tanat »rr» ■Mat etelma. oat bottom lead. |&il proved ruchn. tea) to|MM. ■SSFFSV SI» New nod erooad-faard mfaa fit Complete boartin* aad lodeiae *» 13 reoma. on Cclu:ni*a Kre«. *5 WANTED. To loaa |M aadjsm aa «md ncarh,. Heoaaa to rat. Mcoej (Or inrwai* Weisea aad ftrta al IIS to S3O. FOR RINT. Pratt aad re*e«ahla (ante, win, Impr >red farm. II acrj coitirud ut fralt traea. nail trait aad kmia «> »ijc»rear. BofiMM ofln* and ttorec M aera raack. ( mile* fro* tan, rtt baikJiaia, rent oa thare# Room u* room* tMi nt» OKX W. CRAW, VHk. Tar. RaptoTßMrt B-inu. w DOT ' "oamarcUl aad WMhiagt— win jw tHe. rets SPECIAL BARGAINS. 3 SMALL TRACTS. NEXT TO 80» arrilla tracts. *lO to 9iS par acta It acres at Salman Bay. withia N i«|i of S.. o. tI R P_. a» Mpe- »•*». Euli biorfc in Marper'i 1 loo). tt« Tlif I hcn»e* oa Ninth at. tng SIS tar month, fltoa. All bfccfc Q OolUna' addluao ill 1« SIOOO. < lota near Mart lane auaau M roc a abort time aaly. BRTAN ft BELL apSttf OS Front smtt. QUEEN CITY BOILER WORKS, \ - \ *AM P. 3. kwttl. CalsiUl WMK aitttTiCTl'MM or boa Doers and Sharer*. «rdat* Beams and general p>a»a aad sheet tran workers. SNIP AND MOUSE BUCKSMITHIK promptly »d cg.hgg.tff Money Waiting for Mortgages, at low rates EOWD B. DOWNING ft CO Starr Block. TO FLORISTB AND NURSIRYMIR. WE WILL LEASE Ttt A FLORW and narseryman. for a lam « years, at a aomina! rental. Are acr»» tf One aider b ttom land, near the ceatwtf WOODLAND PAHK With a tplsndld water privilege Tto fluent rasa la Klrg comity ruaa thrsogi tbe park, from which wa ara grarflM» heau'iful aveaae, which will ran d*" » the said Are acrei, on to tha sooth (has of Green Lake, where we will eatatthki boalhaosr and picnic K onods Thia will fee the great futara isnort sal pleasure drive oat of the city. Here la a floe chance for 'be right asa. wl> h a small capital and a little energy » make a fort ana. Apply to S. C. PHINNEY & CO, Immsea St, opp. Orsldtilal _ iatdw - On Hand Maw —DM CaltbrslW. B flciant anil Thoroughly Tsalad ACME ELECTRIC BKLT Tub ohlt out rtib awabdw * pccoiluM ht tb» Hvhulr'l r.tf, ««•»■ taialng ft p >n>plsts and 'drDflflcil 1* irvafjj tlratitc Bvtterj, awali Mil models w» Sad IMIIWII a ser—qtllallßS lf«i br saa» mil--* "f irseticrd alectrlelsna. k«af«* saqaaetiooibljr possessing that mo-t tit u) of He ura'a rruud.se--electricity. This Md' b> curat w> m dregs si* antJ-elj la»'- •etrm, tho« brln, tba beat r-BSdy kooea IS mankind tor INrveea Diifum and o—m> I*ol.Uy. EACH BKLT WAttHAHTtD. •» wars ei the Qtiarkary And frsodsiset F» ■aotlon» -pi-MrUf In prlir For fartkar » lurn.a >on sppl? to (LIRc k CAMMUS Sola MiDixari for WaabltfV-'i Tamt orf * lb. ACMK bfLT AOESCY. Hrsd ■ Betfcle. P. O Bo* *sl. ■lll*. ESTABLISHED 1864. 6EO. MORROW & CO, DBALnta m Hay, Grain and Feed OF ALL KINLH. Shipping Orde's a specialty. •0 ciar at. tea FrascHss, Cal. - NORTHWESTERN CONSTBUOTION COMPASY, C»OR THK INSTALLATION OF TBM r THOMAS HOUSTON Hytteß i •» KLXCrRIC LIGHT Offloe In the Km or J Block. aeatUe. W T. . FRKD W. SPASLWa ap3P tf O—ral Agent. P. ANTHONY, PRACTICAL BOOKBIHDEB. PAPKR RL'LJCR. B ANE 8001 mmmwtm rtarar. Prtoe. iowytha. Bm rrar.cteoe. Country orders solirftcA Frye"« Opara Stock, rooms aad M.