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Published ta the Peat BoJldia*. oa MO!
street, Soattle, Waah. Tor.
, **» PooT-lKTuuti* <xa will aat oa
darts be to ratara rejected ■lanoarript*.
AJU oonlrlbutton* moat be eeat with thla
S»T au uetn.
Theodora Hooaerelt reoeatly aad* a
eery creditable apeeoh at a banquet
(TlTen ia hie honor ta Mew York, where
opoo, a* M tbe coatom of the ems try,
•ereral entboaiaitie and admiring newa
paper* named bta aa tbetr ehoie* for
President ia I*BB. and aereral other*
named him a* their ohoioe for Viae-
Pr**id*nt. Hie boom waa booming
merrily along when it waa diaaorered
that Mr. Uooaereit ia only
year* af age and that be eanaot beeotne
Preeldent antil Wl, aalea tb* Uooiti
tation of tb* Colled Htate* I* amended
for hi* Mpeolel benefit, llooeeeelt U a
pbeaemenon In poiltio*. bat b* moat
wait a good while before tbe Bepabltaan
party aomlnit** him for Preaident.
*■* mwwiniinAi TMAPPH:.
While tbe Canadian Paoific la reaob
log eat for tbe tramooDtiaeatal traffle.
tbe Railroad Qasttu take* oeeaaioa to
deeiare that tb* traueoatinental traffic
la not profitable and that the Ameriean
road* do not want it, anyhow. Tbi*
a ay be true, bat It will be doabted by
■t»y wbo remember tbe frantic rffort*
wbieb bare been made In tb* pa at by
rariooa Aaarloan roada to aecnr* this
BO* deepieed baalnee*. HoweTer, It I*
well to bare ererybody MtlaQed If
tbe Aaerisan road a do not want tbe
traaaeoatinenta! traffic and if tb* Cana
dian read doe*, an agreement, witb
wbleb nobody would flod faolt, might
•adly be reached.
TME THISTLE.
Tbe Bootob bar* I'ing enjoyed the
repatatloo of doing a g eat many thioga
better than they can be done by their
English neighbors. Amerioan yachts
men shonld aooordlngly be prepared
for a sharp oor.teat tot tbe Qaeen's cap
when the Thistle, the newly laaoobcd
Bootoh sloop, appears In American
waters bent apon scouring tbe tropby
wbloh was so gallantly won by tbe old
America and wbiob Kngliab yaoh-s hare
been vainly endeavoring to eaptnre for
half a century. Tbe Thisil* is built on
Aaerioan lines by Hootch workmen,
and there is apparently DO reason why
she should not sail a* fast aa a ilmilar
beat eonitrootad by Amtrloan work
m*t>. Tb* Ameriean yaobt* will In all
probability flod h*r a more formidable
competitor tban tbey found either tbe
Geneata or the (}al»t*a.
A NIU KL
TheengagcraeLt of U(I.J«OIM Brown
Poller in London hu proved an otter
failure. Tbi* U tbe more nouktble
because Ifae Prlnoe of Wale* and Ibe
eir«l« of wbieh he I* Ibe center made a
marked *ffort to bonm tbe new flfdged
aolrea*. In «t>ite of her powerfal boek
>»B. Mra. Poller failed to win Ibe heart*
of the London pablio, and bow ahe la
•eekiug aolac* In the proviuoee while all
London goea to aee that other American
attraction, Boffalo Hill and bia Wild
Weat Show.
One MOM of Mr*. Poller'* failure wa*
doubtlea* the boast wbieb ahe ao fre
quently made thai il wa* her intention
to reform and elevate the (tage. Thia
waa an Induorctl bon*t for on* who had
not yet emerged from the ahrysilia of
amateurdom. It antagonised net only
Ibe member* of Ibe theatrical prefe*
■lon. bat the friend* of the at eg* a* well,
and, te a certain eitcnt, evea the
theater going public. Tk* critic* coald
net b* either persuaded or threatened
into Hylni anything good of her. and
the natural cone* queue? waa that ahe
dl*api>eared from Ibe London theatrical
world like Ibe flame of a anulfed candle,
while But? U» Bill blazed forth lik* a
veritable volcano.
If Mra. Jamee Brown Poller hud en
tered upon her professional career with
more talent and lee* mienon, *be might
today be dividing the attention of the
London public with IWd t and the
bucking broncho*
A* might have been expected, tb*
effort to force General R >alasger from
the prominent poailion which he baa oo
capied in French palltio* for th* past
two year*, ha* ar*a*ed a *tora> or angry
protest from th* French people. They
oomollr believe tkat lionlaua-er. if eotn
pelled to retire to prim* life. woold be
• Mertfiee t« lb« btlml Had j*al.«aaj of
aeraany. and tuob a eaaitflo* the? are
DO! WIIIIDM L« N take. It IA freelr prt
dieted thai » Cabinet of which 800-
Uw »u But t uenbfr e»nld o.t
•list for * aiu«fl« month. Mid there ia
earn talk of a aoapenaton of Iba e«i
•titnUen aul Iba proclamation of a
military dictator, vbo. of ertiree, woald
be General Huolar^r.
Pitwideul Orery ta U extremely old
man Alwar< eonaerra te >tu opinion
and to aetton, bta eonaervaltaai bu to
ereaeed with bta adranetntt yeara Ha
ia now arrrae io any nt.-re which u-a*
diaturb tba aliatintf order of It'inra and
ia perfect!* oonteni to allow pabtie
•flair* to drift alon* aa tbey will Ha
haa leng Jl»lrart««! Hatilactfer and op
poara io bia feeble way tba policy to
wbiob I bat enericette and ambiti ,n»
roan baa all hot csMniuittad Franc*. Ha
ia a«eer to hare an anU- IWalat tfet reic
ialry formed and to aaa tte
pan* into tba baada vif asrn at. >aa aoia
objul will be to prawn* tberiattß*
•tola of aHaire.
Aa miftbt ba expected. kcatm. it ta
axtrauseir difficult to find a man wbo
will udtrtUc tba < >rta*lK>o of a min
lalry whtoh ab»II not lnclad. B>a!au*<r.
Tba taak woald be a thaakiea* one at
baa*, and it would is all probability
brine political rats Of« tba man wba
undertook it. Da Tst .-met baa hewn
OrvTj'a hope. Iba a«rd iYeaidtci haa
sard amy tin to indue* tba n Pre
■IN to undertake tba fortsattoc of a
mintern bat tbtw far bia a4.<rt* tare
been without avail. Da ir* jaunt d»
aiaree bia «awtllta«aaaa ta wadartaka
the bnpalaes task. tod H h iHonite
probable it*; ctaa the mem ait. w*ry »*
<"■"'*< l. it will KMM of tb* friends
ruber than of HM WWW of BMIU
I* «lo to imn • pnpgr ute-
Macdtag of MM #twtuo, M iMJ be
k&own that tb* formatloo of ■ D*
Freyeicet taint dry woo' 4 UwM I
trtaapfa for tb* Ooaaerratirs* aui the
laaog* ration of ■ pacific polio Tb*
foraat.oa of t D.ti! Hrj by f*rrj, n
the cthrr band, mU miu> that tbe
of ike itttreaMl I* to e intina*
ibwl «a K trmii. MJ the foras-itioa
ot a Cliawmi ministry woold tadi
eate that extreme radtcalam had gained
tbe opp. r bud tad that niiriii mttt
ought be expected la the nm fit an.
Indeed. i MaMGoeti. tb* fiery, ocooa
promietog loader of rreset] nd<nlua,
ia tbe only man wbe baa declared hia
eelf to be witling and able to form a
ministry. Orrery, koeew. i* extremely
unwilling to allow tbe government to
peas iato tbe baada of Clemoaccaa. and
baa thae far ralaaed to aatboriu bta ta
undertake the formation of a ministry.
The ritaalion la deeerlbed by u o[-
poacct of Boolenger to be a oonlect be
tween tbe army and tbe mob, beaded
by Boalaagor. on tbe one aide, and tbe
aobar aad conservative elements of the
French people, oa tbe other. It aigbt
better be deaeribed aa a contest be
tween the rectlces, ambitions national
"pint of Franeo aad the eaotious, eoa
•erratire apirit ef tbe mercantile aad
moneyed olaseee
ras HtTDDta a roues oiacxas asows
UTuunrrma— TWO ACTXBO CHIEF*.
f Htydar Corr. Pott lattUigtneir.]
The situation la polios circle* growt
more and more interacting. The papers
referred to ycaterday as being prepared
by Bears and Aabton, at the instance of
Cblef McKay, to reqaire Chief of Polioe
elect Fuller to explain hi* nght* in tbe
premtaee, were not felly completed
antil ymtterday and will be presented
before Judge Allyo probably tbia morn
ing, who will be ackcd to iscoe the writ
of quo warranto.
In *p*akiag witb Jadg* Sears ye*t-r
day ab«ut tbe matter, be said to tbe
repreeentatire: "It
la one of tbose oaaea growing oal of
tbi* Mrauge charter of nar ft rid a new
question tbat none bat tbe Ooart ess
lii*« a *ati«f*ctory opinion upon.
"McKay (till wear* tbe told bAdge,
however," tu remarked.
"Ob. yea," said tbe Jadge, "aid will
w*a» it right along nntil tbe Ooart de
cide* be baa no rtgbt to-if it do** *o
decide. To m* tbe ebarter i* perfectly
plain. It require* tbe election of thi*
and the etber appointed officers on a
oertaln day. When tbat day p ***•
im* WUHT TO ELECT
See®* to [>«• with it. Tbe laogoaga ih
jait a* clear in tbi* a* in tbat ealling
the general and municipal elections. If
tbe people «boald allow lh»*e day* to
pa** without holding the election, no
body would dire to olaim th'.t tbey
[could be held on any o''.»r day."
Mo tbe city i* (till enjiying tbe laxary
ef two Cbi.-f* of Poiioe. Mo Kay t* on
(be street d-»ily wearing th« c legiut
gold badge ( preecut. d to bin by a eiti
sen in bi* term I. atteuding to the dottea
of tbe office an formerly, aad speal*
confidently of bi* proapaot* of oonlina
ing them ind> finitely. Fuller, wto
waited through Saturday, Sunday and
Monday. asanraed oha'ge of the name
dntte* on Taeaday. In an Interne*
yesterday ha said to a PoaT-I»TEi4J
MEMOEB representative
"1 b»»e tafc*u hold •.» 1 j>r y .<M to fl;i
the uffioo. Ye«, 1 m*i M hit «..*» be
will dtipo g my riicbt. bat I b»T* not
boon with any piper* h.thk m >
DOtlfte to that » if'Ct as yet."
"H \ve yon made t\uy eh*nu * it* ihn
force yet?"
'*l have Appointed
H. 8 lUXI.VB AM DAT MAM.
There h<* heeu no day m\n before. lie
la an addttien t > the fow. I 18-ITB
Koper on in the third w,.rj ,iu ' D iQcid
tba second -both uigbt men. I weut to
them and tbowed them my o* rtifionteof
elect .on and a*ked if tbey w aid recog
nlze me. atd they nn«w. Tel, - y •«. tbey
wonld.' and ao I lef i them on duty."
"You have made no tbenf"
"Yes; I have pot Upward Carr and
Jams* Parrell on in tb- flr*t ward in the
place* of Ball and Haboock. Pil tcil
yoo ab-iot, that Bell m itler whtoh yoo
mentioned in the IV-1 Bell and I bad
alwaya been friend*. He otaie tome
and «-k>d if there was to be a obtuse
over there, and 1 told him there W4i.
He aald tbat w«* btrdly treating bim
fair, and wanted to kmiw if I bad any
objection to hitu aa an officer. I told
him no. Ha then ask- d what the utij»o
tiaa wa», and I anawerrd tbat there waa
no objection except that 1 wanted a
■nan whom 1 knew
«ii a raiKMu
K til er t an one whom I doubled and
that that w\*all A* for aaktng K-lly
anything about tbi*. tint waoout of ttie
q Bed ton." OintitioeU Mr. Fuller, "Kelly
baaalwava been friendly enough with
me bat did n«« know be w >utd v te for
me. I aaked bua or>oe to da *o and be
did Bot *o much a* Kite m • Ibe *ati«fa*
Hon of telling me he wou'd."
THB riiMiao rot-am
Jost what tbe progr tmme i* to be at
the oslebrstion here hw not vet been
annooosed. The cowiuittee to frame
It. Messr* Anderoon. UiMmaa, Lilli*.
Burn*. Taylor. Bell. Barlow, Kife and
Alexander, have held aeveral meetings
bot no X>oaelu<ion ha* been reached.
Ibe difficulty *eea>* to be tbe indefinite
notion that prevail* about tbe .'loth out
of which tbe garment I* to be cut. to aae
W. Tbompaon'* figure of speech 1 tie
city and c unty e >mt>ined have pledged
to tbe porpoae $;! SOP It wts aupp.iaej
thai the railroad eumpiny would . iv.
at least a* much mere, but It aee>m lu
tbt* tb* cimoiiltee lu been grettlr j
disappointed. Word ha* beea reeeived
from Mr. Oakt<* to the *ff ct that the
BotiSeati' n *f
Tlt« iVtttlMM
And rr«ia«-«» for «abaoript>on aarue too
tat* to b* (inwclfJ at liir meeluuj of
th« II >uj of iHwfcira. nr.J that h«
bur.arlf ».>u:d not f*»l Mf« id iraarau
t«*m« i for ibo railroad o»m|i«nr) norr
than $'AX' for the poipMr fbi«. u
•tjtovl, «w • dtaapfvtctoMiDt to
rkr ooiuniiit«>. tat tb'T t|f >iol>d u
»th«r e»iuuiilt«« to niakf « fiatw uf
tb» tmniiMi nwi of tb« est; to fc-<-are
lodmdaal rabaerip'.nta* f. 11 Noiao
aod Alloa C. Kiwi! nm app.>;ot*>l u
tbi* ffwuviiiA*, acd tbay w re bauljr
•n«*«*d <o tbt* « ik r****rda>.
rbat them will bf a itrgvorowj id
the city J ir tx tb« Mi.li-mi .u ewry
tnitui lod'.oale* Vwlon f r>«» KmiU ra
W aatuotfton m tbal the eetirr k»if al*
lioa i Ter thrrr t* <a<i.*i('ttiiic a flail to
tb* Sound a anirj » lb the c -mptetute
of lb* r. ad. atj lb* L iiub* r froui tbal
dtMrtet aloa* l« to b» Dot lr««
ttiac Ut 1 Id th*t cm tfc# a*
to •»ts»r* mil Ifcen nUay'" will be a
oi'Mt Mri.-o* no*. It t* airrai) Ut d<
aak<st «.lb do Uttle e ic.-*ra.
T»» Iktll CU'iCITI
WkU t« rtb»u»:*.i aith tbr ad*icee
covrj • M*oa- iiea\tr. oi tt> far %«
oin be '«raf i tb« i tsiifl (ia;l»- -- • *
t>, *ra Hoaae. Xj« Market and Q
u> ota halU—will br oc>e<ii>w>J vitb *u
t.naica><utv »> tbil ib»r asft't t*
tara<d toto t.m.xrar* bn.li anlMa m
tu be ab 'Wa tb*i eacb w mid t* u: .-t
more
making arraiweiarut* I* war* lb*
taata taaJ.u« b*rr t t tzittr b trip 4
eibi.Mca. and in tb*t rfl m u.tr beae
mora or loaa aumfai Itr ct .om
are thai the bvto.a of feeaUl* wul tr
eadled into ravjitaitioo to tbetr fall
Hatit
KolUwtrw are au>.«( the arr.au
Fred W. Si*rlnje. twa«4». VI r. a O.
spat., r. D U yart.tr. » i'. O Urir. .
A t WabN U C. Ly.o, £ a J.
Morton, of l\*!|ac*. M ae % tonkin
W. «" Kiuaa d.o( Pxaiiat il. H
•f New V «k. W B. urtcf. M-\ «
B. laroer. *1 tsaeesda [aaaali «. taut
W. ». IA-*,. Mr*. W H uWo k.
SEATTLE DAILY POST-INTBLLIGBNCEB. THURSDAY, MAY 26. !»•*.
Powa'l. of Baa Fraaeiaw: W. P. Bart,
of Otyapta; J. D. Halt United State*
A'ay •. T. J-e "safer. of SfttaatMrn;
A. 1. Brown, Mra. A. W. Bon. of
Look port; Mra. K. Irnng, of Victoria;
t. Basoe. of Obtcwo; K. W. Hansen,
1. C. Nadia. of Seattle; F. Palmer.
Mr*. F M. Palmer, of OISCOB
AS WIIBT.
1 FV*e» lit Jfew Tork Clipptr.]
The eeesiat ebadee wt re gathering
To etoae a dreary day:
The eery ns eremed weary—
tUd Himly abowa a ray.
Tvaa ia tbe ofcill Draamber month.
ATu ea retoroed froa toil—
Oo the o- rnrr of tbe boar (tree!
Tbare eeewed aa awful broil.
A crowd be«aa to sathar,
Baeardieae of the enow,
Aroaad two little newsboy*.
»o bright a while ago..
One waa kaeelinc m tfe« srooad
T i eopport the otbar** head:
They wore aaareeiy ten and twdee yaara
old.
And brotbere. aa tbey aaid.
Tbe oldaat one I qaeatioaed,
Whom HUM a word bad apokea.
Wiib trembiiac *oioe hie anawn oaaie,
"My brother'* Jaw ia broken ""
Aa aeoideat—bad be beea ran over
Cpon the MIMI ear trael ?
He anaemed: "Ni, nr. it bappeaed
throagh
Him a 'obaatoat' trying to crack "
tiraiiMitc >i rrcaa.
It ia the doty of aerry nnon wbo baa
aaed AerWi Gtnman Syrup ta let It'
wonderf nl qnalitiea be known to tt>eir
frienda ia oarine oonanmptioo, iewe
ooachi, eronp, aatbma, pnenmooia, aad
in faet all throat and loac dieetaea. No
peraon oaa oee it witbool immediate
relief. Tbree will rail *e any
and •« ocnaider it the doty of all drug
•iata to reoommend it to tbe poor, dying
aonaamptire, at lead to try one bottle,
aa 80.000 dcztn bottle* aere aold last
year, and no one raae where it failed
waa r> ported Snob a medicine aa tbe
German Syrup oaanot be too widely
knows A<» yuar «rogi;i»t aboat it.
Ham pie bottle* to try, aold at 10 eenta.
K golar aic, 75 cente. ttold by all
drogsivt* and dealers in tbe foiled
Siatea and Canada. dw
MARRIED.
AnDare*—Mtaanti i. Ai the midese* «t tb*
brtd*'a mother, Braitl*. May I.lth, by B«v.
John r. Uanon Lariat H. aadrewa and
Ida B. Marehall, all of Ktog coanty
mm*
NBW ADVKHTIriEMa.NTB
In th« Pound,
ABOAN OOLT, ABOCT Tao YEAR* OLD.
Owner will plfetw pay cnirm and uk«
tbt ir.lmil. [my*26 -'lj MI'RFUY. Chiof.
NOTICE.
'pnit REGULAR AN VITAL MKKTIN3
a of tbe King County liar A-scciation
for the election of officers and transaction
ot gi-ieral business will be hel l on Mon
day, May 30'h, 18-'7. at 10 o'cla -k a m, at
the office of Kben Sirlth. K»i. on Janiea
•treat, in the city of Seattle.
myJUd CHAM. K. M L'NI) <Y. Secretary
BURIALS AT COUNTY EXPENSE.
WKALKIJ KIDS WILL KK UKCKIVK.II
at the office of the Auditor of King
county, W. T-. for the burial of such <!c
ceaaed parsons tother than those dytag at
the County Farm), as may bs ardered by
the County, during the ensuing year. The
Hoard of CommlsxiooeM reserve the >Uht
to reject any and all hl4s.
LYMAN WOOD,
my J-i County Auditor.
Bids for Extension of
Court House.
QK4L.KD PROPOSALS WILL BIC KK-
O o»iveU at the office of the Auditor of
Kind (ounty, W. T.. till June 18 ISS7, (or
btillainK ana >on p'ttlug au extension to
the Court House in noatile, said extension
to b.) JS feat In length and of the same
width and heljihth aa the present bu ld
lt<g. It 1* to be divided into t rooms be
luw and t room* and short hall above, all
well lighted; 1 chimneys to be bnilt in
aanio. Kach b d to be aco ni pamed by
plana apeciflcations and a bond of ten
per cent, of amount bid, U> be farfeited by
the snooestful bidder In caae of his fail
ure to enter into contract with req ui«ite
security for faithful performance of con
tmrt. All plan* and specifications to be
at Mn'iue of bidden The work tn be
c,«mplt.te<l within et day a after award of
contract. The Board of Commissioner?
rceervea the right to reject any and all
bids. LYMAN WOOD,
my 36 County Auditor
Notice U Bridge Builders.
SKALKI) PROPOSALS, ACCOM PA
nied by plana, spo.tioaUun* and strain
diagrami, will be pwvivod at the office of
th* Auditor of Kin# county, W. T.. until
Jnii* I'i. 1887 for building a draw b idg«
a<ro«s W&he Kiver, at th* place of Wm.
Cochrane. a Ltti > ImUw the Catholic
Church, »n t-ee. i. Tp. S2 N„ It. 4lt Said
bids to Inclu io all necesaary piers an!
abutments; the h idge to be 10 feet wide,
and 10 feet abov high water mark : th*
draw to t* ffi feet, clear, ir width, kach
bid to be aoccmpaniei with a bond of 'en
P«*r cent of amount of bid. to be forfcittd
by the aucceaeful bidder ia case of failure
to enter into contract for the fatthfei p«*r
fonnanoe. with requisite stunt y. WIT fait
flee days after the award. All to b* com
pit ted within HO days aft«r award. Ail
plans and sp •cirievtioua to be a the ex
peitje of the bidder. Ibe Boat dof Coin
inußslooers rtwe: vaethe right io reject am
ana ail b.ds. LYMAN WUOU.
my 16 Connty Auditor.
HK » OH T <IV TliK
Of the Mrrehanta' Vatioaal Bank. at
attic, in the territory of Waatnn«to&, at
the i lo v of buMnaaa. May IS lc&?
RBtoi-acn,
I .iwt and discount* .|ll7 inu !*'
Overdrafta. M 67 97
I*. H. kU>!'.<t«to Mvtire circala'kMi 1> 0i»» c*i
Other **oi*ka. bood« and mort
ifa tt** 10, iW ft*
Die from approved rvaerve
aicrnu SlOHfttf
Ihir* from other National llanka. I.IMT
Due from J*tate Hanks and Hank
er* 7.320 67
ll*al ettate. fttrnitare and fix
ture* 4 i7i a
Uknbi i mm mm Mum pmM kjm
Premiuau pat 4 ItMTf
Check*and other ca«h Item.... 6 773 iM
< Fractoaal paper currvacy. aick
! els aad rente s|s
J fperie ».3»30
I I*~*cal trader not.-* «<
Redemption fund with I*, a.
Treasurer -5 par cent of dltt
lau««i> I.UiM
Total .. fmkV»ul
UAMUTm.
raj >;!ai stock paid ;n fiMOOOOO
Surplu*food ..... 16750U
| t ndivi4e*l pruttta 4.iifc<96
! National IWnk notui outstand
ing nsmm
■ Indnulual deposits subvert to
efeacfc... .. . Jt,(dßS7
Damand certifU atea of depoa.t . i».uk su
Tot»J— irtvsMce
ruucToMT or Wasiiinutus
» u> vtn »r KiMt. • **
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»b;vr iu «d do Krieaitir «i>r«r
1 tti.t \i\t tf.trmpat .« !rvr to the
N-U Of OSt U1 hci rt
K. N. Mi r ADDKN. ci«k;,-r
Sah«tfib»l and twon to beforr a* I El.
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nwrr.
i r Att#«
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NOTICE
VOfICK IS HUKKiiV lilfKN THAT
. ' »> wjr, Si;» k*f !<• ■ my
ud h.fd «.Lfc.-<ui ,>aat o.b if will
for w; 4«u., >« ,BM
«3t9ter. !• jtl») KILCUXI.
M <1 ■
Mau* jm wtft
am fasliog nceaa by allitwi* « aatfcan
foe th»t» cfeOAnw. Donas tb* of
UwUtm tta ra>w» t*lan»ir*M»t« tt raUm*
th* «taH frawa fata, cow dywottcy aai «ar
rbaa. criftae a the fcawci* and wtnd eoUe.
By ipTiag baattt a tb* child tt twatt the
aaoafctr. frtet Mfc a hottlw. aplMwly
W.CV7>- TO LET-SOB SALX-tTC
Wijrrt^k Tlahee
ctiac Cu hi* if rtqoind. Twsoty
>aaa' -xpartw>f« Kidrmm X. caa o«a». ti tt
\I*AITED-A GlEl TO DO OC.VCKAI
» kani, fr MBS r. a. iTEa.*ee.
aonrr of Elathaa* Cherry ifnaSa. taqwtr*
taaaJtattty.
ITT" A VTKD— A GIKL AS ASSIST ANT
II ooik For particular a apply at
MI3B KiJtHTEKTS. Second atrwet. between
Jamas and Che ry. rayi S
ToJLot.
TX> LCT-BASIMOME BCIT* OP BOOMS
i c-atr Jljr loratad : teraa Btodezate. Ad
drxa E. t. T thla ago. myM X
F R ETXT SNRE or ornce is
•law * bwlldi&f. laqairaaf
royatf T B. CASE.
AERO NT OFFICE, CENTRALLY
located. Address - O.' cae Poer-
I.vraixiap»'cra.
T.IOR RKNT-BKRIAH BROWN'S
r reetdeooe. Eighth and jsAim ote ,
frrehly painted and newly papered. ED
WAIU) it. DOWNING tc CO. myll
A FINK SUITE OF ROOMS. APPLY
at Povr-I.TrzLLieKxrKR affice.
HOTEL FOR SALE,
T»WO LOTS SITUATED SOUTHEAST
1 corner of Jamea and Sixth atreeta. On
ane ia the Western Hotel, doing a good
boaineaa, oa the other a p'lrat* reaidonoa.
Ku -nltu-e of hotrl can be purehaaed or
not. Price, •* see. For particulars aa»
ay to PRJU) VOIOT. or addrata box S3.
lattle peetofflce. myl? lm
A LAROR TWO-STORY. KIGHT-
V room Hoaae; Lot SOxllO feet, and
has a email Harn oa It; aecond lot on
Tenth atreet from comer of Pire. Prioe
•Iteecaah. Inquire of W. LOTK at
Comeierdal Mill ap3o tm
I.MVE HEAVY TEAMS—SETKN BUO
KJ bone*. Term* reasonable Car
be -* •*-- " *
4 seen at the City Stabler corner Main
and Third streets. Seattle. a-, 9
APEHSON HAVING SIOOO CAH PrR
cbale * half-inter at in o~.a of t bt t>e«t
paring fcaaioeaare in Seattle. to*etb*r with a
half lEterrat in Machinery, Fix-was etc,
raloerl at $6,800. For farther particulars *d
dre«a Poitofflce
CHOICE LOTS
rOR SALS IS THK
PONTII'S ADDITION.
S~ITUATED NKAK LINK OF BTRKRT
Railway. These lots are beautifully
situated. Will be sold from #1 S« up.
Apply to MRS. M. J. PONTIUS.
mjl2 3m Ob the premUea
1 OH ACRKB OF LAND, ONR-QUAR
-1 VJKJ ter of a mile aourheas: of Macai
ister stare. Cedar Kivor.
Lot i, block 1L
lot S, block 2S, CeUral addition to Se
attle.
Lot 9. block 1, t*w'ai'i addition, Seattle
Lot 10, block 1, M " *
Lot 11. hlock 1, •• " »
Apply to OKORQK THOMAS,
ap» f Newroa le Coal Mines.
DR. H. 1. SMITH,
AUTHOR OF POPULAR LKCTURRS
•n "Set©nng of Life,** ** Wo»ders of
the Kya. '• •• v factions of the Kespratory
Organs" "Cnrability of Catarrh." • Ulr
esses of the Male." " Diseases af the Ke
mala." ere . who ha* far years past made
regular visits to Washington Territory
and Oregon aa a representative of the
i'aciflc surgical Institute of Saa Fran
cisco, is now in Seattle, where he may
be consulted regarding any chtrnlc o
spec al disease. Including affections of
the Kje. Kar. N aaal < atarrn. all Nervous,
Blood ani Sexaal Diseases or Weakness
in either Bex ; also all case* in any way
Crlnpled or J Reformed. A tare warrant
ed In all curable cases.
OtHce, No. tJ22 Second street, corner of
Cherry. Office hours. 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. f
7to 8 p tn. Consultation frte in? 18
GRAND
Military Excursion
-AND—
FIC3STICJ
BY TUK
FIRST REGIMENT, N.G.W.
Coujsei J. C. Haines ComiDiß ing.
To be held at
Mukilteo, Satunay. May 28 h
ML'KILTKO HAS MKKS FITTED UP
at ereat expente and is cow equal to
Co' ey Inland in overt particular: bath
iuK. boat ng. flahtnn and all the apprnte
n*iic<* of a ft rat r'ui picnic park, and has
a line larjte mmme- boi« l on the ground',
equal to any in the Northweat
Iho following <-amp»oU a will pa-tid
pftto.
i ompany R. Seat ie It flea Seattle
Company C. Tacoiaa Uiiarda ... Tacoma
Company I' Seattle
Company K Seattle
Company K Seattle
I'oxpanyO I'ort Illakcly
Llat wt t*r'«ea tor Khoolluc:
With Military Kifle ithree shoM to each
•core KiratprU i.fi*; Mvond pr »•. $ v
highest total acofw. |*. Ki trano* tea, ■
cent* ; nuraDer o' •■otranera unlimited.
Any Open »i*ht K it. th-oe anon i«
ea k score Pint prit«. flu. aecend priz»
. hiiih. at total »"Otc. |.>. Kntrance ft»e,
te n'i: number of entrance# unlimited.
1.a.-t:r» ak.xrting M u-h No >ct-an<*
fee, suitable prt> -« «ili 1* (Iran. Am
nion! ion may be had oa the grounds at
coat p-i< e.
A daii.-tr.g platform 1(». feet m-iar* Iwo
hraaa hands of 1( jiie.<ea each will
be in attendance.
Sound Trip!
Steamer loaira lealer'a dock at a a. m.
sharp. my M
GRAND CONCERT
VOCAL tINSTRMSNTIL
CONCERT,
I'sder the ao»pVw of the P*.pe Organ
Cotrnuttee of the treat vteriaa
Church.
OK
Friday Evening, May 27th, 1887
AT THE
Turn Verein Hall.
Th* ;a*tr\nwsa!*i muste U under the
d > recti »o ot
MRS. CHURCHILL,
wmtt a*
MR. E. LOBE.
The cfeo-««a wul be tendered by iwm
bera it the Turn Veretn *>agiaK CluhL
Other aror.i .r.- Nt Toea.s«l» and | l tiru
w 't aaKiftt
The !«a<-«rt «U he*ia at fcls p m.
Adaua>>aa. M c >ct»
iF.OOitA.Vii*;
«e'a iel
Tare V <t«a Club
» to. Miacted ... Mr. KoS-r« >teT. at
Tiatiaaotak H-t-Msaa M-. K lohe
Solo. "Jamie o' lhicdaa*
il t A. B. ■•tewart
Coacar.a C ui.bot »W4b3<. n
Ml* Ni Mra. Ltu-rhia
Charoa. aelee o-i .
• TOTE Vareji fhrjiagf ! a b
Cbarsa. aai -oted Sir. John La a
He*rr*e. Ti uxtetcp* ... Mr K. Lib*
J ok>. ' Ansati :v.-ri:i e *G. Bn«t...
.... ■..... v U t. C- II
; set *a B«Vki
M a. ChsrebUi. Cair *n. Mra. Kl
hau.'se HaiU t>
Thr Deckar crant aad !'.« trs-a? Oab
lef »UMX Will b • n»d la the ' nnnin"
aad aepacMa* aaswrraw aacht at the
«Mdtn.
ICE! ICE!
THE PUGET SOUND ICE CO.
One (1) cent per pound delivered to
any part of the city.
*xee leot family ice cbm supplied to oar parroas a', rery low fgwaa.
OfTle* and works foot of San oca ctroo*.
_ . _ W*. B. VTMIE, VIM Pnd««l
WEO E««RY. MR
Q. A. GOERKE,
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,
Postoffioe box 3». fet ly
SWYNEY & MAIDMENT,
PRACTICAL
Plumbers, Gas and Steam Fitters,
Corner Front and Seneca streets
SEATTLE. W.T. myl7
On Hard Now—Tb* Celebrate], Ef
ficient and ThoroufMy Tet'ed
ACME ELECTRIC BELT
THK OSI.Y ONE EYBB AWARDF.P A
premium br the Mechanic's Ttlr, or con
taining a c unpiete kod .cienUflcallT arranged
Electric Battery; awardt being made ID IM4
and 1886 after » severs scientific teat b» a ,-oov
mlttee 'I rtacUced electricians; therefore
liD.jUri-t '-ti.'b;v posau-ulng that mo-it effec oal
of Saiure'i remediaa—slectrieity. This BUT,
bv effect. cum wners drag* are anttreij lnef-
Sclent, thai belni tbe beat remedy known to
mankind for N-rT'iu* Ditf M» and Ueoenl
Debility. EACH BELT WABRAJiTLD. Be
ware oi tbe yuacke.y and fraudulent Pre
'entioo* appearing iti print. For further ia.
forma •on apply to ' Ll!tc it CAMPBELL*
Sole Uanagera for Washington Territory ot
the Mil bsLT tnwci. M. A. KELI T, I.«a*l
Aneat. ltfj ComtuTCial't . Seattle. W.T.mrl lm
WINSTON & PRICE,
Idctlonetra. Heat Katale Broker*
and Valuers,
Employment a nil Intel'jesce
BUREAU.
Hku> e k all kinds always on
hand. Sal a attend d and auctioned
In any part of the <xu-t T y.
All Letters will receive
prompt attention
MILL ST , OPPOSITE rOSTOfFICE.
BOX iX
Houses let and sold-
K tfleheM aiul lots for sale.
THE LAKE SHORE AND EAST
ERN RAILROAD
II SPENDING THOUSANDS OF DOL
lam in the way of building wharves
ard coal bunkers in Minor's addition,
which has
[Superior Manufacturing and
Shipping Facilities,
And a magnifloent view at th« cltr and
harbor. Thousand* of dallam will be re
allz«d in lees than two rears by inverting
in Mino '• addition. \\ e are now selling
lew *lxloo feet each, with reparian right,
at the astonishing
Low Figure of SI 29 to 9300.
But remember, this is for a limited time
only. Take a look at Minor's addition
and yon will sec that our -tatemsnt is
based on solid farts.
95* is all we ask for lota in Ladd'a sup
plemental addition, si-re JOxltTi feet each,
whii h lies between the original Ladd's
and Minor's addition. Adio*n<ag proper
ty is selllig readily for double the amount
w j aak.
I We hare some of tha choicest businea«i
%r,d r aeidenoe property. If you went to
invest, jfive ut> a call and pave your maney.
OBORGK DORWTKL.
Office with C K BowinanJMH Frnt #L,
opposite Yealer-Leary block. apß
EYES,
Writ TKBT KACH KVK AND AD-
J«st a gla*sto suit, in cither goH.
silver, aluminum «< clime. nickel, rubber
or steel frame*.
WM. K. FINCK & CO.
Cammorcial street. next to Kelloeg's
dmg store. aplO Ip
WAN TB D.
Farm hands f°J6 to S3O.
laborers t'l day.
Mill hands.
Woman wsiter. f39 month.
Milker, S3O month.
Kallroad choppers and la be* era %%•£,
aid contractors.
FOR SALE
Fine Int. T room boose and ttable. Eler
enth and Jarkaon uirvui, t£*»t
Lot 3, trf b* Terrj'» l«t house and Im
provements
Lou ltwdU Uli McAleer's, IKS and
»3o<V
1 he i N*»l !ot.« in bi S! Mo*> 4 . |.'iOaach
i :«*'ed iota in Bufrlow'a ad. J74 mni 9ss
H; 90 Slajrnard't lake Wa"bir,rtOß lis
* ot> 5 at <i S, b! W Trr-j « it, fMO.
Clear*'' k>t* M t li>lfr's SSiV
! <jt» 4 and &USt ealer'a l*t- %SH.
A bano'K tarnished ristauraat. good
l"U acre ranch. Z*) prate itm. 6 mile*
out. rich soU.
Farn!«t"d teetanranta, $2 5 and f]-*>
Ctt) hotel SWBu -teair. laundry Sa
loaa aad lodging bouae. Vacant trtvem
meat claim*. la l bottom laod. %.*). Im
* ©Ted rar«i,c<. tNim 'o }t »
Yio"t.p l r « ec »ot;d notKtJ, ftOA to
#to 0t«. tl'y aad county aerip. l»_
Sew »ad *'Cocd-haid aafee IMB
Complete bearding and lodging MfM
>*ou*« l:i rooma ui. < oisjaerciju a* 9
■tract tiix
WANTED
To luan K> 0 ia 1 mi on good wearily
Hauata to ran: M>n»y ft-r inve»lffi«l.t
W«mee and gir'j at |l4 to s3e
FOR RE*«T.
Prut and riftttNa e* n ar town,
lupr tved farm. 1! acr • cultivated. UC
rrait 1-ee* aaol: fiu't and fartnir.j tooia.
IU6 a far.
Bcain«a oftw and (tore*.
■Bac-e :a»»'t.l rrjea from towa. food
baUd: a, a rail oa eharea
Hou-aa aad rocoi* f>iraiahe'i aa* uafur
■ '♦fced OSO. W. CtiXSK
Weak. Tar. Erpintnait B maa war
cor Owemarviai aad Waahla««Bß auaet*.
*aartla. bU
TO FLORISTS
AND NURSERYMEN.
WK WILL LKASK T« A FLORIST
and nnrwrymto, for a term of
yeara. at a nominal rental, fire acres of
One aider b- ttosn land, near the center of
WOODLAND PARK
With a splendid water' privilege The
ilneet road In King county run through
the park, from whirh we are grariirg a
beautiful aTenne, wh'ch will ran cl>-ee to
the said lire acres, on to the south shore
of Green Lake, where we will es*abl!sh a
boatheuse aad picnic (rounds
This will fca the great future retort and
Pleasure drive out of the city.
Here is a fine char.ce for 'he right man.
with a small capital and a little energy to
mske a fortune. Apply to
6. C. PHINNEY & CO.
James St. opp. Oee'deatal Hotel
NOTICE OF SPECIAL SCHOO'
FLECTION.
T he ®2l1 d of school DIRFCT-
S - W k 2! nist-ic No. l Of Klrg
county, Washington Te-ritory, have
,? p ' ,rr Jj Ie 'rom 'he owners, sub
jeet to the ratlfli-atien of such nmniiod
purchase by * vote nf the eualiflad elect
ors of said School Diet ict a tract c f | tr( ]
se an additional site for a school heuae In
theaonthernpart of the eitv particularly
- '°- w
at the northeast come- of the tract of
land designated a* Syndicate Rtdae. t„
flyndi 'st* ariditiqp to the city of Seattle
and running th.-nee west along <he narth
boundary Hm of »*id Syndicate Ridge
fcur hundred and thirty-two feet to the
northwestcorner of s«id Syndicate Ridt-e.
IT.* vE!?ir PO i" a '? > . ,hl " northeast cor
ner of tnrk natr h tred Ave in said Syndi
cate srtditlon to Seattle: thence oouth
SS.™" 1 * 1 boundary line of eaid Syt»-
—M * bc, "" i » , r line
?L?% .1" wo l,an(lr and forty
feet to the southeast comer ef said bloc*
»» ,he *° uth b ° nn^
*i'fu¥ ock flvf prolonged four
and thirty two feet to the east
iDe °' 84 w Syndicate
Hldge thance north along said east
boundary line two hundred and forty
IST . ?< » nlao? of hfeinotnv. being a
tract of lanl'four hnndni& and thirty two
feet long and two hun Ired and forty feet
w,de. off the north end of aaid Syn/i-ate
Rldg«, hounded on the east by Kotir
teenOi street, on the north by We'ler
*7£T~?V *«> by lots two and there
of bloc* flve and on the south by t>e re»
ldue of Syndicate Ridge not hereinbefnrv
P." t 'r" ,ar , l £ <l'scribed, all according to
the plat of *y» d'este addition »o the city
of Prattle receded May *H. I®4, i„ the
reoaMaof Kmg county. ff».h Terr., in
Vol. 2of plats, page M. i n the Auditor's
office of aaid county.
t ~r? Po, " "i to ba prtrchased is
in rectangnlar form and eaua] in area to
seventeen lots, each 50*120 feet In sir«
and cowman,is a line view of the rotfh
ern part of the city and the harbor TV.e
title to be conveyed is per'ect and the
proposed purrhase pr'ce Is fly e thousand
i*". ™ or !>e ' or e two yeara
until paid P " CeSt P® l "
Notice Is therefore given that a special
election in m<d School lliotrict will be
held mi Saturday. the >th d.sy of M»r A
tffSs
side »f Second »tr< e». between Seneca and
Spring streets in th« citv of Keattl- In
jaidcaon-y. at which election all quail-
AM dec tors of said District are railed
npo- tn determine br billot w ketfcer or
not said Board of Directors shall pur
chsae said fact of land for the
and ntyn the Urrai and conditions aPove
set torth.
The polls at so id election will be opened
•« of 1 o'clock n. m.
Of said day and remain open until the
boor of , o clock n. m. of sa'd dav All
elects In favor of said pnrchww will «,»
upon their bs'let.
electors opoosed to -aid enrchas* will M >
ut*n tbelr ballots -Pnrchase no."
,'.a>ed at Pesttle this f,?h day of May
IW7 - H G. STKtvr.
▼ttos T. MINOR,
„ . J M FWIVK.
School Directors of S-hool District No. 1
D&GOXT* a Pri * oor n ' rk
FRIES OPERt HOIiSR,
G. F Frye Proprietor and Manager
Three Mghta and tlatliee on
*si#t4»r .Iflsrsoos
C.'mmenciDg Thursday, lay 26,
ZAMLOCH!
The Wonder Wwker, in a eeriet of new
an t marvelous wonder*.
Everything New Frenh and Original
Z AMLOCII r
The Croat C!ft Autocrat of the
Wcr:d !
We giv» away more and inar kmcuii
than »M( er»r given t rtvc
ary where.
or f/otramn.
f»<h perl irmiurr
Zamloeh't prp itaiion ia of y *\r» w raed
inc aad h t ma;to uto ilea. nonjaMy
with hla patrons.
GRIM FiILT 6lFf MA?tH£E ON
SITUPOtr. iT 2 P. «
Ptrm circle and parquet ;* centa
Ha.'i-ony ;® cwnta
Ga110n..... 2, oaota
iuw fc and every peraon attend ag will
be presented with frt.mcne o three en
mtii
THE WELIS LINE
THK SCHOOXKK
JSk W. F. WITZEMAN.
' /art"! Sap Kra - : i* o tor S#»ttl» on
Jua.- 21, lv>: carrying all fregLt off i- d
at rvdac-d rate*
for fcrt v ar icformatioe inqn.r-* of
Gtta H KtHTKK.
Yfl»K>! • W bar* Haattlt.
l> CHAi H. K'kUa
mriitd 10 Califorsla «L. Han Fraftriaco.
r will pay »;« r>)H thk rictcrn-
L o! » -> * «uiian froai 317 hcu--e If i- ar
naoa. SUjt lXh. ooa-i tlrg of tfobl watch
• b-1 itvaia taweiry. aUra: wa e etc . aad
%;.*> for ill! jnr at'Oß b>aa iaa 10 cobrtcUou
at ihiet OKU B BuaNCHAKD.
W T.. Max 1A I*;. Udwlia
E. LOBE & 00
GOLDEN RULE BAZAAR
THE LEADING IIOUBE OF THE NORTHWEST
Having just received an in.meuw stock of the following goo.!*. we otter thea .
remarkably low prices:
Croquet and Lawn Tennis sets, Base Balls, Bnbber
Balls, Ice Cream Freezers, Churns,
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 Clocks. 91.50; Stem-wlntflns Nickel Watche*. $2.38.
Jest receive 1 a carload of Sat torn Pottery, alto a carload of Muon rrflWart
E. LOBE A CO.,
Golden Bale Bazaar. - 820 Front str—t
$350 to $450
FOR O AC R£3S ZDS'
SOMERYILLE
Only three miles from our office.
Full warranty deed Given.
o
Vacant Lots, Farms and Homea
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Mosey Loaned cn Real Estate Mortgages.
H. H. DEARBORN & CO.. - Bankers
Commercial and Jackson streets.
Md>
ROCK/g)FORD ALBERT HANSEN
Quick-TrainSSfwiTCHES Watchmaker and Jeweler.
UnequalledEXACTlNG
EKALut m
Silver-ware,
IClack®, ©to
Locomotive J eirlu»iTa 1
hmnd "»* ■ Wok 0
The Most Celebrated Makes of
PIANOS AM) ORGANS.
Ym er-Leary HlorK, - Front atrent. M«atllo.
Fine watrta rrpalrlng a •perlaltf. mkl
HATFIELD * GARTON,
Shipping: and Commission Merchants
4JIX> U&IIMiR IN ALL ■!«*« «»
Produce, Hay, Grain. Flour Feed, Beans and Meali
Hatfield * Garton are solo agents at Seattle far tbe powerful tugs Tsoome. TfW
Qoliah and Cyrus Walker. Orders by mall an 4 vl.<»ih promptly attended to.
W*rwkniw» nn Vwlir'i Wfc*rf
j QUEEN CHOP HOUSE,
Tlio Epicure's Resort.
0
Oysters, Steak*. I'bepn and Oan>a io every s'y'e Breller* a specialty.
Regular D oner at *p. ra. Open all n'ght.
Jit 4 Cinnmcrciiil »«r»-«», ... Nf>fit<la,
I ENTERPRISE PLANING MILL,
| West st., between Madison and Sprinar, Seattle.
Contracting and building, store.and o«< e flitam. Dee's. teak. iiouMtn*.
. b»■ k»n and all kinds of house trimming* made to order. Stair baUdiog. hart
waod aowel* and balusten. Rnr«« made to order. Orders from akroad will reeatro
; pron.pt attention. P. O. be* Ml
LOW MAN & HAN FORD
Stationery and Printing Co.,
Stare, corner Fourth and Cheri j atresia ; P.tntln* offlce, Post Buildtaf
Mill street. Seattle. f<*«
■ oom-TKiN m. K. COTTSTEIN,
IMniHTKHa AND WHOI.KB4LS DIiMM IK
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
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J F. CITHER ISO COLD BAR WHISKIES, WD JOS. SCHLITZ RILWIUKEE FEE*.
NEW YOhK AND KEY WEST CIGARS A SPECIALTY
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CITI IKOV WORKS
MORAN BROH, PropV.
MILL AM> STEAMBOAT ENGINEERS' SIPPLIEB,
'\VV T *"<» fltttn«a: Steam and Water Braaa Oooda; Uaeb lae
Helta; top Sat mwl I*g Screw.; *t.>ani and Hand Pumps. Moae I'ackin* sad W«M
Cylinder and other Lubricating (M a
Steam Heatimr fo- public and private bu Idlnga. Wo hare the mo* eo«rp»*e
pipe cutting and threading machine-y north of ri*n Prandsco.
and marine enrnea. and all k nda af machinery built and repaired.
h *" d "S 6 , ft>r !ow terood hand engines aad boUen.
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Z. C MIL.ES,
(: urceaHor to WaddeU k MKcsi Wholeeale and Krtall I>ealer la
RANGES, COOK, PARLOR AND BOX
STOVES
fW orders from the ceuntry so: cited and satisfaction guaranteed.
Hive us a Cull and Look through our f miner hp Slock*
Mill street. htngton Terrt'ory ____
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*" SEYOENBAUER, Put''.

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