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MrM. StMKWHk. Tor.
Tim Pcfi-tomuM'ttt wOl
If MM ottcraaceo of Hjaatoe V.trbtM
at Victoria bare been eorreetly reported,
he bae gieca eolee to atoro asaee*** to
fewer words than eooll bara bar* a
peated ma f rata tba aaoal dtetiagaiebed
of Indiana Demoernto. Ma raaabtoaaa
from oat abeordity la another wKh aa
abaadoa trblab girt* tba impeeeetoa
tbat, taring left tba I'niied Btolaa, ba
Imagined biaaalf to btn laft behiad
all ranpoaaibtUty to bta aoaatitaaato aad
to bta aoaatrrmaa. Ha talk* EE If ba
VII tba aaoal bapateaa of Aaetoaaaaiaca
—a tbiag wbtab tba aaoior Haaalor froa
ladtoas baa aartolaly not haratofora
Haaatiw Voorbaaa la raportod aa aay-
I m tbat tba fiabariat qaoattoa araald
f >rn %o toaoa ta tba bast praaidaottaJ
oampaitrD Haob an aaaartioo la tba
Moat arrast noaaaaaa. I oqaeattuoably,
tba rdmmiatrUioa of FreaiEant Otova
I*ad (111 tt iml(M4 before tbs peo
I'L for IU (.ringing subserviency to lb*
British lowiont, fw He permitting
C median crsissrs Is drive Amerioen
fishing vss*sls Iron lb* MM alaost
without a protasl, (or tto gingerly sod
sysopbantic oondoct of lb* fisheries Be
ll itistioos, asd for ll* failure to make
Ms of lbs power conferred upoo It by
Oooirees- -s power with which it sould
b in brought the DowlaiM govsrnsiMt
up eitb a roood tars.
In this eeote the fisheries qaeMra
will ealer Into the Mil prisldsntisJ
otmpeign, end If the spirit of tbe Amor
Mtn people lee shadow of wbet It oaee
wee. Creeldent GUvsisod end Hssrstary
B lyerd will be relegated lo prirete life
M • pusiebment, though • totally load
s justs one, for tbeir Jailors to protect
tbs tntereeta of Aa»tsso stlixws em
ployed la tbe (Uhlog industry. II le
folly, however, to say that In any other
ssoss tbe ieberlee qutstioo will be an
IssMfealbs osit campaign. On tbat
qusstloQ the Ameristn people are pr*e
tlcally a anil. Ninety nine Americans
In every hundred believe that tbe treat
in ml of American fishermen by tbe
Drrninion government bee been both
Illegal and brntal aad thai the claims
so arrogantly pat forth by Canada
sboald not end mast noi bs sdaittsd.
Woere there is no discussion there can
bi no iseue. Osrtalnly nothing wonld
pteaee the K>pnblloao purty more than
t> havs Henator Voorbcss and bis fsl
low lieaocralio leader* enter opon ibe
Mil osapatgn aa upholders of tfas Oa
n idian slew of ths fisheries dispnts.
Henator Voorbcee la hie interview*
hiwever, goee from bad lo worse. After
asssrllsg bis bsiisf that tbe fisheries
qasslion will be an tssns in tbe next
campaign, be adde thai "Biaine'e action
In the Kastern fisberus dispute might
cost bim tbe nomination." Ae Mr.
Hislne kse taken no action in regard to
tbe flaberiee dispute and as be has been
In no position lo laks action if each bad
been his desire,Henator Voorbsss' mean
lag le a little obscure. If be means to
sty thai Mr. Blaine's#* 11 known visws
ou Ibis suVjsot sre not in harmony with
those ef tbe Bepabltoan party, be most
be laboring under a most sxtraordinsry
delusion. Mr. Blsins's position on lbs
II ibertee question ie precisely thai btld
by aa overwhelming majority of Ibe
Bipablioan party aad by aa overwhelm
lag majority of Ibe American people.
It ie, moreover, prreisely tbe pesillo 1
taken by Congress when II passed lbs
retail stun bill wtlh only CM dlsseating
vole in OM boass sad three in lbs other.
Tbs ides tbsl lbs statemtsl of eaeb a
popular opinion by a private sltis a
eh >s!d coal him tbe nomination far My
o Bee, is startling, to say tbs least
la tbe MXI breath, b>w*ver, Henator
V »>rhses says, "Without doabt Blslce
will be a tpreaideolial candidate at lb*
MTT elect 10a." This I saves one In
d 'obi M lo tbe deflator's real visws re
garding ibe osMooal ooutest Is one
ssnteaee he deelaree that Rtsios's ae
lion may seal bla the noaiaatioa, aad
la tbs MXI he asssrts thai BUMS will
without doaM be a candidate at tbe
slee'.iea. Ths only tsfeeense Is thai
lbs Henator frva ladaat credits the
distlugusbsJ gentlesaaa from Maine
with so laical ea lo a w.atte htaeslf
aaJ rua for Ibe Precide >ey after the
meaner of Bra Batter— t sag session
wblah ad li lo lbs supposition thai Mr.
Voorbees was ail in a rsspoMible son
dttoa wbea be talked with Ibe V<storl>
istervtswer.
It is poattblt, after all. that tbedi*
liaaa-atod Indian* Dtaiawal ««
amply playiaii ap>a th* orodaltly of a
nlMta taiorrwaar. Hi li knoaa to
h*i>i keen roltab for * j >k.\ anil th*
pr'T irbitt iiio >rai9* of Oaatditat n
irtrjiaii Ataeruan |<>liU« hit kin af
forded bim an i>pp>rtnntiY too n»l to
b v loot Oo , b a *appo*iltoa ak>a*
eio Mm roak Dißinw tol«ir«pked
frotn Votoria u an laker*** vtib JVa
•tor Wtrheot be eipiaiaad ta • nuaw
that i* out die«rodtiab!* to lb* RmUm.
lflkMMFpitllha bo oom*'. bonw,
lbs ViuibM latftim abull bo a
warn in;. Aswtni pcllttetaaa *h<ald
OM attempt to eh \S V.otont reporter*
*i«*pt on Ibo eiproai oonditton tbat
Ihetr intern*** abatl no 4 bo telocrapbod
loth* lotted HtaUv
t«k < am ••• trtrau
Tbo Ipaebt* »bo rroenlly celebrated
Ibo adeeal of nawti by ro n* on tbo
t« pttb and fri«t!»wn({ Iho p*opto of
Artroaa aliooot oat of tbeir ait*, hare
boon drtrea Nuk to thr-r roacrratso*.
aad lh*rr n<k>iii>j ah Ibo a r*ru
moot Will »»<o bosin. Tbot ha*e bad
t'airlittla dance, a d they ata pty
Ib'fd lor, bal a* tfcey oaaUiy A-dtbo
•d I*o r oaoy to pay. tboy are probably
aot worrying nook beoaao* of tbo
Tb* ■ trersa* it a aailt m-oiro* ta.-b
retaraid h a' lei ant mob a l*viaho**a
of for*io*noee at fairly potalMUUwof
Ik* frclif >1 Hoa to abator T|q are at
oooe aooo d«d all tbe prtTil *?* abieb
Ibay aboaduooj a boa Ibay ItftlMlt
Mrralica. Th-« *<tan raoaita CO vara
MrfHtakM !!■»*>
WHiwuiWlii mm m It
to to EfHtn. tow*. tba* tbe «
to arllietot Ibair reoeaE Mill— »mU|.
of to* people at Arts-Ma to wbofty at.
aMdtf tbeoe Indtoaa. aai • laptE
bad ttortai apoa eaefa to expedMtoa M
tbal fraaa wbieb tbaaa lidtoat km
jaet itttnad, IE w**ld ■»! bo MwM
to foresee tMf Ma. They wtld ba
Wall! aa cowardly nardattft abaald
ba liatlti II to M qaito atottr »lj
tba it abeelE ba aaa tow for white aaar-
Eerere aad aaotber far Indian Border
era. Crime ahonid ba paatobed without
regard to UM raaa of tba maa who enae-
Mtw It, aad M to ba bapad that tba ra
tamed Apaabaa, apao abaai m***y baa
bad aa aCaat, will aarw be treated wilfc
m saw IE EAtimt.
II to aaaooooad from Wtoalpag that
tba DoMtoloa rrranuaoot Istaatda to
ptavaot by foraa tba balldiac of tba
Bad Kirar railroad, vbtob tba rarara
meat of M toitooa la detarataod to
biild at all baswda. Tba people of
Wiaaipas are aoaaawbal laetiaad to ba
alvnfata on tbla qaeatioa. bat If tbere
la any proa ad for tbair praaaal aaatr
Moaa, tbere it a poeaibillty of tba b<E
«Mt kind of a raw la the Nortfcweat.
For eoeae time tba re bar* baas
nam of probable ladlaa trevbiaa la
tbe extreme Nortfaveet Tbaaa ramora,
tbe Wiaalpec people aaMrt, ara art
afloat at tba toatigatioa of tbe Doerbt
toa goTsrnmeot. Thay aaaart farther
tbal aaorrt order* bar* already bean
leeaed to tbe militia of Manitoba, tba
drattrn batns to aaad tbem Waal la
eaarata of mytbtoai boot lie lodiaaa,
•bile tba BMoatod pollaa of tbe Domia
loa aoeeraaent take obarge of aSaira
so lbs line of tbe pvopossd railroad.
Koch a sealeeptiUs eabterfege lo
dieara a weak and il treated previnee
le In keeping with tbe tsetiee of Hir
Ms Msedonald and hie lieoteoaota,
bat it la soarsely poaaibis tbat Ibsy
wonld attempt to eoeree tbe people of
Manitoba ia Mob a cooesienoelss* man
ner. If they do, however, there will be
lively limes oo tbe Bad river. A people
treated in this manner woo Id be sapt
bls of altnoa* anything, and lbs discon
tented popaistioa of Manitoba Is str
talaly not lo be safsly tampered with
Tbe provincial troop* might return
from tbe Weet wllbonl ordere, and, if
tbey did, I bey wonld anqassllonably
make It very iolSreeliag for tbe mount
ed polioe
Whether or not there is sny founda
tion for tbe preeenl alarming rumors,
lbs situation in Msnlloba is txtrsmsJy
delioalr. Ibe Dominion goveramtnl
deelaree Ibat a certain railroad shall not
be baill. Tbs pronincial government,
oo tbe contrary, deelaree Ibat it shall bs
built and la procscdtng lo build B.
Niltbsr party Is dispoeed lo yield, scd
unlsss A eeapmmisß Is effected, a son
flicl ie sppareally inevitable.
■T LIT ILK AA PUP.
My little Bo Peep is fast asleep.
Aod her bead on my bear! is lying ;
I gently rook, aod tbs old hall clock
Btrtkss s knell of Ibe day that's dy
ing ;
Bat wbai eere I how ths hoars go by,
Whether swiftly Ibev go or creeping?
Not an boor sould be but dear to me.
When my babe on my arm is slesping.
Her lillle hare feet, with diaplss ssset,
From lbs folds of ber gown are peep
ing,
And eseh wss toe, like a daisy In blow,
I cartas as sbs IMs a sleeping ;
Her golden bair falls over tbs sbair.
Its trsssuree of beauty unfolding,
I press my lips te ber finger tipe
Thai my bands are so lightly hold
ing.
Tisk, took, liok, tack ; you may wail,
old eioek,
II wee foolish wbai I was saying;
Lot yoar seoonds stay, your minutes
aM your dtye go sll a Mating
O, Tims ' stand sull- Ist me drink ay
fill
Of coaleat, while my babe ia slash
ing ;
At I smooth her bsir, my life looks fair,
Aad tomorrow—l may be weeping.
-S. B. Jfclf-MM.
SIATNI All MATSIA
(Wriaetagae (jr. C.J 6'ler |
Mr. Wehetsr wss oo orator, aooirdlog
Is either lbs Orsrk, French. Houtbsra
or Western standard Tbe asms asy
be eaid of Mr. Ererett. Ht sis cold,
artificial, studied, rhetorical. Ws bsard
hu online oa Washington Ii IU an
etaaaat aomp>eiit >D. and UWTT »»re
L»«ip« of aiqalalt* rhetorical ioMh
U4 IIMIIMM. ll* r roiled WITH •'*-
dl <d art Hla «tom*a »w rrrr deftly
»r»a<hi oat wf white marble. MI tber
wn llfrlaaa. H* laoked lb* <t>r.n* mf
*tlmi -"lb* *tor oa« hara* of winged
word*" - tbgt wol bt* Iboagtla to lbs
bwl Ilk* lb* anerr ng and boanding
■taft from tbe *rcb»r'« bow Hi* au
■eriaui «w Barked Hi* pcetartag*
warw lb aw of a daacta ( num. Hu
tbeto*. ***n lb* Mloitiea of hi* diottoe
Mid tb« gr»eefal fl >w of bi* period*,
mm motol blip. H* rmtlxd aelf
<uotaiaed etndied. artificial It the laet.
11* did not fuel and b« fllM to mak*
'ttm feel. Tbere >H too niach of
»H. aad 00l eaoagh of nun la what
b* did. Hi* pm*>M WMMNS **lw;i
How J4ml M all tht* from a Pe
moatbeaea. • Pox. • Ortlton.a l*re<itie*.
tfiinet Haare. a I'miot Mr W*t
(tor acd«r*t xxi lb* 4l€rreno« if b« did
bot t-raotie* It H« eatc "fru eto
awnoß do*a sot MUM la ip»wl
Wotd* acd pbraaaa OM? bo mtrabtkd
la aeary war, bat tb*T aeaao* Kxnp%aa
N. tl aM nM la It* naa aad la lb*
oecaa'oa " Ha *** right. An orator M
bora, j sat aa aech a* a port t* bora,
rra* *k-<j->eoo*"rao«4Ml4!a lb- ata "
n>* *cb.x»l* >f on lot j sao aot iropvl
it. aeltbar Mad; nor practice oaa Nrio*
It "froto afar."
I'alrtrk lloery tu an orator. Ho
kne» bat liaais* of Ibo eehcot*, bat bo
»w a litki! battery Hm vat a i-ova*
fal nutinttie eniaatem. hit »>cl va* oo
ire vitb painotioai «ad non««oohible
tntor. anJ at till bo ootamaaded tbe
lansaw* > f oatar*. H-a»> -q >mioo »i*
a [»w« of blsaotf; It "nitted it tb*
taao." ht«a / >*ood«r nal b» ooaid
ooattol an «ad:otc» « a *k>llod tldct a
kxt>. N»oa- «>t ac<ier the ir
•p ratVa - f ta ■•air* ard ito rub
latx of t < »«« ui4 tnintM tb<
•pit tr Ito lutonfo ntcsMuu cf
tb* o»»to« *«-p'. *M\J all roaitlaceo
an 1 bold ua la l-a-i .
lltruoovtib frvnoaa a th MrDaf
(K w-ta Haah I all C4at. atit alt
ttol .iti'.n: unit otib all litili; ia*a
ab ) eon a or* craa- t oJi a aad make
tboca S > tboir can atil aad
«a»otioa«
It it it *r if im to tb*
Hrao,'> rob. ft qw- . ur d'lattloo of |
"a it n *»* ao piowtia to la- '
foraa btu. IbM a oraak u a prta -a ai»b
a oonaai—ca .tid a bobbj WarrrW-rf,
r» wa. I
SEATTLE DAILY POOT-INTELLIQEWCEE. WEDNESDAY. JDNE 29.
1/UymlmrCwr.
Oept. W.j.n*kMiMMH<to«
■aaed kr CM. 4. C. n.l— O——l
(MrIAE-MMifMllM ttolK
ii MIEI 'IL U. a W. wM ■» tfm mmfjm
kUva M BSt*?MJL al Cßte Itm m
der UmL w. W. MtoWE to EYIILE«i«
afraid'!*" XMHhJqIM
mmwjm I napnw party; they to
J*praggeJo«
STa
M. aad >ir aeedtwttonto Itopatel
IwimM. Oompaniea 0 u4 Eilll
prooeed MM
nee tbere m early M eight o'clock p m.,
»be aetobraltoe
afwbtob tkia oedar to a port are rapidly
an rMbto omVA
•Mad that UaEtead of tb« tiro erebM (of
wbiob oae waa to be baiit at tbe bigtoeet
potai of ftoh item, oppoai to Ser
eath etreet, aad tba other at the lowaat
point, or wriE the nijtt; etotioo.
tnoriiu to tbe original programme
LoMiebod flr*t is tbie aity by tbe POET
ImuMOcni, OH wiUba mffletent-
Tkia M now bet of ballt midway bftwo
the potato named, at Bwl> Enat.
Tba aaaiaharto as Pacific areeoe hare
already began to
BBOW TV ETA oofcoaa
Aad tbat aoap ar iat—be wbo letter*
and ftli«raea opon tba window paaa tba
worda "weieome." aea.. baa left hta
mark pralty nearly aearywbara. Only
|L . —l4 a ■ * -. *aa■■ *a# ■Aaaaml ta^aa
M ISLKULFTL LYLDPIOOLI OL (WOOIMIODI
bowaear, are M yet etoibie and are
ebiaflf eoafined to Indoor*. Tbe dtoo
r alloc of baatoe* booaea will DO doobl
ba qattoßaaeial.
A Eood laaty cry of oompleiat la go
tn« ap all over town with ra«ard to the
bigh ratea fixed by tba railroad aomps
ny for axeantooiete. "If tba railroad
compear really want tbla to ba a great
raaa aaa.*' aaid a gentleman today, "why
do they not gtre rata* tbat wfU allow
people to aome? Tba people of Eaatorn
waabington haea bean antleipttiog a
▼MI here with tbe warmaal latareat,
bat tbe railroad company bara thrown
a wot blanket oeer tbe wbole thing by
aaktag rales wbieb they cannot pay aad
will have to remain at borne In sooss
quence. It Is a sharoe. Half tbe regu
lar raice, aa aaksd, ia much too blub for
eaofe an oooaawa ae thia been Me it le
tbe tret opportunity tbe Beet and Weet
have had for gsltiag well acqnaintcd
and that opportunity eboald not bere
etrieted if it is to have tbe effect antici
pated. Bat tbe fast I* tbat Eastern
Waabkwtoa. which felt such a lively In
terest la this event a short time an*, is
now disgusted, tbeir newspaper* are ex
pressing tbat disgast very generally and
ibers is every ebaass for a great deal of
dissppointmsot here on the Fourth of
inly. This thing ongbt to bs printed,"
•aid tbe speaker, "for It Is an important
matter to ail of a*. The attention of
tbe railroad company ought lo be called
to it. Tbey certainly know
in rssuiia THAT HUTS
In Eastern Washington and tbey ongbt
to know, too, tbat we here know it and
that ws arc list'-mng to tbeir coo:plaints
from over there. We are deeply iater
eeted here. We want the people of
Kaatsrn Washington to pay as a visit
aad we don't want ibea to be deterred
from so doing beoaoce tbe railroad oom
pany wants to take edvantage of tbe oo
ctsioo to pay for tbe switohback oal of
it. It is a sample of tbe O. B. AN.
policy—to make as mooh money by
baaiing two as tbey ought to make by
banting fear. Far tbey can make jast
as moeb. probably more, by oharging
half tbe rates Ibsy nave fixed and bant
ing more than doable tbe uamber and
ws want the four to come indeed of
the two. I say tbe railroad oom pany
sboald be made to know bow we all feel
abont it—l speak for s dozen whom I
have beard kicking a boat it—and for
that reason, I don't wanl yon to priot
my name. No, don't do that," and tbe
speaker, looking maoh relieved, walked
briskly ap Psotfis avenae to his place of
business.
Hoarsely had he passed than J. F.
Hart, of Ibe Home Lumber Company,
joiaed Ibe PosT-I*TKLLiosNan man in
a contemplative examination of the
trinmrbal arch referred 10. standing in
front of ths Merchants' National Bank.
"Probably have quite a large time
here on lbs Fourth of July." bs ssid.
"Yss, no doubt," said the POST
lirrtLuosiK as man.
"Do you know," continued Mr. Hsrt,
"thai I
ran. MIN or ISHAMED
Wbsn I think of a big orowd of psopis
coming here, who will, no doubt, all of
them, expeel aslo|-<b>w thsm some
thing of a city? I feel Mfcasied when
I think of how IllUe ws havs te show.
Ws bavs'nl anything but a fsw wids
streets with perhaps Ms worst gradss lo
thsm that were svsr esiabliabed in any
city Tbey will ask as "Where are your
wbolseaie booees?" and we will beun
able la answsr them. Tbey will go
over lo Hsattle aod there they will find
big business bosses that can fill tbeir
orders wbsn plsoed. Ws bavs'nl any
thing bars, as I say, bat a big hotel and
Some wide streets, bat tbey have busi-
nsas—they have snap over in Seattle,"
and Mr. Hail soolinaed on his way.
Postmsstsr Ham peon has been direot
sd to sdvsrtiss for bids for onrrying ths
I'm ted Htetes mails from Tseoms lo
Kiosk /anot 100 from lbs tins ths new
rsilruad sebsiale goee Ir.io effect. He
says in regard to il that tbs mail tram
will be a fast OM and will not stop to
drop tbs mall at Stack, sod that tbsra
for* Beeltie's mail will be carried lo thie
city asd probably "stagsd" bask Is
Hinek so lees tbe railroad company
should bid for and get and have a train
'•ady lo taks il back at oasr. which ia
not iikslv.
0. K. W right today entered into tot
tract with W. P Snodberg. of the Wal
laebet Bar Bnofc Maaofaolartng Com
pany. for 1,200.000 brisk, to be aaad la
tba new tffloe building. aad to be deli*
ered bere la Jaly.
Harry Morgan'* ah ow for tba banaflt
of tba Fourth of July food waa to have
tokaa place at Ibe Opera Hoase bera
tbia aftoreooe. bat only aboot a dcr-o
people attoodrd. and tba* wrre gireo
bask their money and the abow did Dot
take piaa*.
COSTS4BIXTI oriCM.
[>H«l McAdaa. roadioc oo Jefforaoa.
near ttton Aral Mm( Ifeia city. »i
• mated by eoatotn* < fflwr Molko'r and
I A Drpaty Marabal John K.Pallor, jar
lerday aftornooa.oa tba etaar.e of baeta*
la h<* poaaeooioc ooatrabaad opiaa. Mr.
Malkey bad raaaoa to bo aatpietoM thai
McAdam had o-ioooaled la bla boaaa
aaaumped optaa. and therpapoo ••ear
od a aearoh varraat fro ■ ibo U. 8
CVxaoiaeeioaer. and vhil* McAdam. *bo
•ork* in lb* foaadry. «u away from
bt* boa* entered hi* boa*e aad fcaad
ten poaada McAdim tin bind* la
tbe aaai of S3H) and *** relate* d. lit
ttaimt tbat Um ooatrabaad «oe>da bo
liagad to oo* M<Ototoyaad tbat bo
kae* natbinc of tteir oouooaimoot tm
hi* bono*.
Tb* ooxpo** tbo Grand
Jon layitoW aad aootptrd by Ibe
1° sited V-atea and ror ntorr for tbo eo
•U.te er<n of Ooor. A. M. ( bianry. A.
W altera, B. W UarlSilat D. Hairiy,
M. K Caiaiiy U M Griffith. Wiiiiooi
BraJ.ot. C. f Pair. P. M H«r« nt. K.
O. H*rnc«lua. A. F. TatlM, J B H a<t
io»i, t S. Kottc. O. A. Co-k J. C.
St. pbt r.l, » K Saoador*.
iao»o> i, VV. r . J 2S lw:.
B1LIOISHB4&
We bl*e toiMrd lit tirtoa 1 . paraocally,
nd kL»<* ibai ft Pep-in. biiica*-
r.o*» an J Ibo. b nd Headaebe. li i* u«
Na> aa>:otcr ib- ootid r»-r • >*. V«
ttioi lor.y *:' »» reueUie* SCora S;»-
! kcM L<tir bat noaa of
iktw tan a* taoro itu temporary
rat of. tbo Ka«alator not ooiy rrltrord
bo« rand **.-H H Jotta Ed. IV*-
aad Mao.* Go.
NOTICE.
j»liy»a»«iel
STEAMER GRACE,
Q 4a«TlM^C >■
' »to|
Ml fen Oidei
Fll fHIBP OP FOLICB.
AT THE tonr KSQCCET or HAST
1 tM nta Irf tW CMy j I
o«eaercbie(er PeMe at to* i.aala* <aty
aleaato*. T> tbe eetam «f toia cby lam watt.
aaEI treat U. aolieltter
S? SUdTSlrtaitT MU ali tbe M«>ea tfpm
tataiae to ta* eOee, aaE I will beaeatrucer
to tbaer 4ettok bailaa errred aaad/ Era
reel* M a polite dear. B«q»«M»ny.
j. o. mrcHELU.
Eeeaie, la»K Wff. WE
To all Whom This
May Concern.
NONCS IS fIITCt THAT THE PIBM
kmilnalilk«BMkiMHu<
atyfe of O Laary k CoM. Being I Mil iin la
Kia« mmutj, Warthisteo T.iitary. aa >ec
pr>, to tMa il< Sleaelnd »Y KILUI oonaeot.
SuM O'Vmrj baring tbia day parahaaad the
rutin lateral of C W. Oeia la the eoaeen.
US an a*M* againot ikiaMlra ar* payable
M MOS DUM O'Leary•
DANIEL O'LEART.
C. W COUL
fatle. Jaae». IMT. J«i If
NOTICE.
To Merchants and Buolnoos
Mon of Kln« Co., W.T.:
TO WHOM IT MAT COS GIB X YOL
are beteb* notified thai the Buard o(
Gout) OoaamMtooen of Kins roanty. Wufc
tapoo ferlitory. couaider the contract be
ivaaa tha count; of King end Dr. C & Set
rttk, aa Sannslaadnl of tue oouaty fam.
eaaalled tar good oeaaa, awl tha eomnty wtli
not b. raaimaaibl* for uj bills ooatractad by
tha ■!« C. H. Mar rick os tha credit of the
county, nan t tha aame he apeelallf authoc
laad by tha O.'onty Ooounlniooer*.
ALEXANDER ALLE>,
Cb airman.
Seattle, W. T„ Jaly tl, IMI. )»»tf
WAXTB- TO LKT-FOR BAM—ITC
GIRL WANTBD-TO DO GENERAL HOUSE
work lo a a null !a cully. loqoli* at oortk.
rvt toner at fifth ao J atrau. je2> 11
WASTED— A POfITIOI AS OOOK Oft
boeeekaeper, la bot-1 or re«anr*r.t. A-t
--dreeo MtS. EMMA NELSON, rooa S. Eank*
Luig-.nt Bouao. Wit
WAXTED-MEH ON BAILBOAD WOKE
at Walluln Junction, for 0. W. Hunt.
Special rate* fnrelabed. Apply to J. & PAT.
TON or 1.1, CAHf. 132J Pacific aTanaa. TV
coma. W. T. J«S» 2t
WASTES —TWO GOOD BTAIE BUILD
en. Apoiy at Teooma Earaltare Fat
tery. Tacoma. W. T.
WAWTBD— LADY, ACTITE AND IBTSL.
lifant, t» reprraeat. In her own locality,
ao old firm. Ililaianaaa rariolred. Permanent
pwltloaaod good salary. E 1. JOHNHOB,
Ma eager, 1 i Bnrelay Be, Baa York J«l4
WASTBR-SSS MEN, ONI MILK A BOTE
Mnadereille Bu;U, Montana, U work oo
Mornano Ceoinl Ballroal; wageett-tt KT day.
jail lm A. C. McLEAN k CO.
ToZsOt.
E»OR RENT—* TWO STORY HODSR. WITH
r mrra rooms, comer Cherry Md Elereoth
•treeta. EDWARDS * COLT, 108 Colombia
treat. jttlU
F>r rent _ ftitk or orricw m
Stooa i bttlkllng. Inquire of
mjtttf T. H. CAMP.
A FINK SUITK OK ROOMB. APPLY
at Pwrr-InmuoKscßK offloc.
FOR RENT.
Berlah Brown's resi
dence, Seventh and Jef
ferson sts., freshly paint
ed and newly papered.
E. B. DOWNING & CO.
—_
fx>« BALE —AT A BAUD A IN. 080 A.
Prince organ, good aa new. Apple to W.
W. POOL*, Hub iliwi, between Colon and
Pl*e. j«»»t
LAND FOR SALE.
Lot •. block 4j. mathard's—tiooo.
Hear South fehooihctue.
AUo, the Krothrsit quarter at tkc aoum.eet
quarter of arc lon », towsahlp M north, raaor
4 east. Mama. SI 000 Tie I-Ue «bore and
Raster* Killroal nu th- Ujrh one eed of this
tract.
AIM tba onrtnaaat qoarter af tba north.*
quarter of aeettoo U, towoibtp *3 son b. ranee
3 asat; 40 acre. (40011 Tbla tract camera
Into sol L eootbwest of Woodland addltloa
ta ."ee*tl« laqo.r- of CHA.» IIOPKIBK,
B-a tie Electric Llubt Bu.ldln*,
}rti lm Front nntt.
L">o* BALK A GOOD CARRIAGE TI.AX
P of veil matched bay bonea . »««, 4 and
4>4 jean : wetrbt, I*o ounda ea<-h. Terme
ea«*. A paly to PRARK W. PRTTTGHOTF.
It. Port Towwaod, W. T. JelTtf
C*OH BALI rntiP-HOBT WASOI
r Call >1 J. V. JONES', Orickar Farton
»nUdln<. J<tf
For Sale on Reasonable
Terma.
A LODGING BOCK, CONTAINING TEH
i ami. rod lorsUto, fooi blocks from
ataamh-al la* 5 In*: *-in« rv»d hn.ioeot, In.
I*l re Of K. SODOtMBti.
Jn«t>ce nf the Paaoe.
_)♦** No H8 Cherry mrmt.
For Sale Cheap.
j.Mirn brad or work OXEB-in
A J quire at ut; Mabiea. jettf
BUVK HKAWTBAMS-SCTKN bug
WJ bora*. Terms reatoaable Con
i «*>»»"•«. ooraor Mala
and Third atroot*. >*eotUe. apy
CHOICE LOTS
POK SALE IS TUX
PONTIUS ADDITION.
<rrv AT*l> NKAR UN* OP STRUT
o Railway. These iota on beoatlfullj
ettaated. WUI tm sold tram f> 1*« up.
Apt*J to WM. ll J. PONTIC*
mjllSm Ob tb« promueo.
LAND FOR SALE.
i/oarr A CUB. ADJOIXTEO TH* SKAT.
I U» lata Xtaa and bam proper toa
u» woa aoatMan Ray laaatn oa tta
-•». of TBDREW SKLBCTW >1 LA
FOR SALE.
OXB or TBt OLPC-T AV» BIST «TOTk W>
rvu ia ttc« 0-aaiT. wttkia twatwi
ailaaf Bam lo Far faikn |aißnhn aA
draaa r o Kii sa Aaaw »lMala
FOR SALE.
THE BOBwrsiAa F<>BD?TJIBM»
of Bare*. '•*>* M' Mlt> «
B-rf-a. lt?6. aa IM BOW baa la Fort T wu
••ad, W. T.
lanatarVa af aaU>. aocA«a, rop a. 'lt,
1-aa b* ana bp aa board, ar tke aa
ar. «u>**Tsaa, «aa>. j
FanTuw.aoal.faaa «. MBT ftfU |
GLOBIOTS SPOBT I
DON'T FORGET THE FOURTH OF JULY
ABBAMB A BROWN.
Front atrooC ttohwoon Union and
for Ladies' Dry Goods. Mea'a Kurabhin* Good*, Fsacy Good*,
ud Boots tod Sltoc*.
ABRAMS 8t BROWN
Beg lo c«ll the aueatioo of the general public to tbeir well
of the abors goods, which they ire prepared to Mil st s H mail msrgw
over cost. A call of iaspaclioß will satisfy sB.
Don't forget the address,
ABRAMS 4 BROWN
Front street, betweei Union aid Pike.
PETERSON BROS,
DOOBTOS ABB DCALEBS Dt
GROCERIES and PROVISIONS.
Large Slock. Loweat Ptieaa. Order* by mail aadrOaS.
Aftau fw a. MaakarS CreaMery Batter. 814 mat aaaat. Baatlla
SWYNEY & MAIDMENT,
PRACTICAL
Plumbers, Gas and Steam Fitters,
Corner Front and Seneca streets
SBATTUE, W. T. a>K
ENTERPRISE PLANING MILL,
West st. v between Madison and Sprlnar, Seattle.
o
Contracting sad bnlMtag. Stored nit offlre flit area. Doon. shah, moulding,
tr aekeM and aii klnda of hoase trlmmioo made to order. Stair building, bard
nod newel* and baloatera. Boxea made to order, erdets from abroad will reoatre
pcoir pt attentK». P, O. box BE _ _ _
fe sg i ro JOHft B. AWBKBSair. Pfayitttar.
ALLMOND & PHILLIPS FOUNDRY CO.,
Corner Front and Spring sts., Seattle
P oat office Box 612. jastf
STRAWBERRIES.
By the Box or Carlos#.
CHAS, 9. rmAMCm. crater.
FOR SALE.
OBE GRADED SHORT HORN BI LL CALP.
eigbt month* old, the making of a fine
animal; weight. MO pound*. Price, <M.
ir-'Kr
NOTICE.
ALL MEMBBBS or HARMONY LODOB.
lo S, K. of P . ara rrqaeatod to be proa
eat at the meatlag, Tbnraday. Jaaa SOtk
Bnalneaa of lmportaaaa will eoow bafota tha
meeting. Vial ting member* cordial' laTltad.
W. I„ BOWBBB. V O
THE LUKE SHORE AND EAST
ERN RAILROAD
IS BPRNDINQ THOUSANDS OT DOL
-1 lan la the way of building wharvea
ard coal bunkers In Minor'* addition,
which baa
Superior Manufacturing and
Shipping Facilities,
And a magnificent view of ths citr and
harbor. Thousands of dollar* will he r*
allied in lea than two years by foresting
In Minor** addition. We are now selling
lot* 30x100 feet each, with riparian right,
at the astonishing
Low Figure of <l2B to tSOO.
Bat remember, thi* I* for a limited time
only. Take a look at Minor'* addition
and TOO will see that our ttatement 1*
baaed on *olid facta.
•M is all we ask for lots in Ladd's sup
elemental addition, size 50x107 feet each,
which lies between the original Ladd's
and Minor's addUlon. Adjoining proper
ty is selling readily for double the amount
ws aak.
We hare soma of the choicest bostaeas
and r«sidenoe property. If you want to
in Test, giTe us a call and save your money.
QKORGK DORmtL.
Offloe with C. E. Bowman. OBI* Front at.
opposite Yesler-Leary block. apß
Farm hands, WW$3& Laborer*. day.
Men to rot out tie* at 11 da. apiece.
-I ram*. |< 50 day. Milkar, $» month.
Woman waiter, |3O month. Mill haada.
Women for gaeral houeework. »30 m.
Railroad chopper* and laboier*, KS,
and contractor*.
boom ud iMKBn
snth and J i t. son streets, ftsno.
Lot 9, bl 58 Terry's lit, boon and Im
'"boSTlSacd I#. bl ltMcAleer's, 932iand
I best lot* In bi «1 Moss ad. 9»each.
(Reared lot* in Blgftow'sad. 97&aad 9KS.
Bl 90 Maynanl sLake Wsshtiigton 9sr,.
Lota 5 ard «, bl 9J Terry » 11. 12400.
Clear* I Ma. bl i Lawlers. *t&.
Lou i and C. bl a Ysaler's l«.
A bargain. tarnished restauraat. rood
134 acre rancb. bi prone Irene, 9 miles
oat. rl-b sail.
Fomisted < «iaarants, 9TJS and 9)301
City bote; I*lll Steam laundry. 8a
loan and lodging house. V scant govern
meat claims, pan bottom land. 95C. Itn
> <rved ranches. |«9O to |Wt
Mortgages on soUd property, 9100 to
|10.0T«. city and county scrip.
New sod second-hand safes. ISH
Complete boarding and io<i«ing|3H
hoQSB. 13 rooms. on Commercial ?nP
street, 9M&. «
WANTED. I
To loaa $990 and 93000 oa food security
How* to rant. Money fbr I n vestment
Woman and sir's at 9U to s3ii.
FOR RKNT.
Frait and vegetable garden, near town
ln»rr jved farm. 11 sen s cultivated. IK
frait fees, small (rait and tarmlnf tools.
9UB a year.
Business offloes and store*.
» acre raacb.« asflea from town, good
batldines. rent oa shares.
Houses and rooms, faruisbsd and uafur
niabed CRANK * DICKEY.
Wash. Ter. Rirployment Bireau. near
one Commercial and Washington streets.
Baarls. mb3
Atiention. First Regiment.
HaaSv,r>am FnatT Imum, I
liWtiL enu c» Vaaaiioroa. '
BIATTU. V. T., Jaar «1, 1
ilaearal -trdar a*. Ai
I. Ia wtth Oa»«T»l Ontor So. 1,
dated "Goor'ti H«adqwar» M. O. W . Adja.
taart OrarraJ't o®r». 01/apta. W.T_ J-D. IT,
lan,' ik» Mm Karlatat >. O « will go
lata <-a»p for aniwciiea aa Mw M day of
Jwl». mi au. al > pctat tear mite* w» of
To ii—. W. T . kw*t aa Bcatt't Eaatk.
IL Uai W. V. fmgue m k»obt appoint,
ad Actac Aoaiauat wturtnartar. Ha wUI ba
■aaaU'd aad
HI Vat W B. Y. nog, Coaapaay r, K ktr«-
bf appatovd A<« la* galaawt «arfa*»t.
Ha wtll in- 'T to Uaat rpradat. A. A Q H ,
tar ardraa
rr car* W. 1. r'r eoaoaaadiag Ooacaar
C. «31 drtaii a C *p<*a! aid n ataay ■-» aa
k* aay daaa airaiaary oa a camptat party
Tkty wtll npaat to Um. Bf»ao*. A. A 4
tarartoa.
▼. raaa | aai ai B. D. I aod Q arfli naV»9><
at iJto Anacvr af c«mpaa«a t acd A la Mat-
U-. at i• ti c* p. ■. aa Jay M, tad pmH
trcm itan to tW ratal d tnialnl
▼l. o«tpa«Ma C aad Bwu prootod to tka
paM by tba abottrdt irartirßh.a
roato, oo aa to tntn tk«« a* tarty aa I o'at.ct
p faly t. JBB7.
By ordrr af J. C.
—toaai Conaadtaa r .tt Ba« * a «.
OMctal: C. Ur. (IUM A'Jvtaat Mf)
Would yon li?e long I die happy
and eat the fat ol the land?
ir so, co TO
CHAB. LOUCH,
Front aa« l aloa ata,
Who sella HALL DATB' DCTfGKXCBH BIT.
TBR, whleb li p*» ap Ib brtek sbtpe and
wsigbs 1 lbs. *cz. per black.
—AIIO
L BrZBT'S WBIDBT ISI. AND BTAE BCITBB.
SsltbOT of which bra- da beet so rqaal In
tbs city for eiaanliness, partly and
richness of fUror.
Ereey weak, freah from tha amoka he
Eaatoni corn tad, ngareuad, Juloj
Hams 1 Bacon,
Brosght from lb* Raat in sweet ptckl* and
nook ad wltb bard wood, right here la
Seattle. Brerr pi roe of thta meat
Enaraaiead perfect. Noooe
arWf or wrapper* to
pay for, bat net aright ol
aiea. clean nail, without an
ounce of wane; excepting tha toae.
Ageat for the Pnget gonad lee Oo.'s
MANUFACTURED ICS,
Which Is preferable to lbs natural article, not
baring beea skated over, sad contalca no
weeds or rotten weod, cigar stubs or otbsr
aapleasant auterUla.
CHAS. LOUCH,
THE GROCER,
From and Union streets.
j
FOURTH OF JULY
tELBBRITIOM
-AT-
S IE -A-TT LEI
IHPKTENDKHCI OAT WILL B1 CKLB
heated at Baa'He la* manner becoming
• qoeanCtty. Batnlea *ll ha flrad mo n eg
•ad erening. At 10 o'clock a, m tbe grand
Industrial Procession
Will take place, representing aalalrg. agriraJ
lara, abip build tag, oggtrg and ail other In
dnetrial p«nmlt> and trade* of the Territory.
Far the beat revr*e-n;*d ixad> or loduatrr
priata will be glrto. and It ia Mir deetre ol tha
committee that * »aaanl competition ka ted.
Finrt prlir. S3O; eeeond. BO: thi-d. **».
Cpoo the arrlTal of the praeeaaloa el tha
Untnlrit; pomti appropriate lit* ary and
musical obaerraacea will <c*r.
A GRAND BALL
will ba given In the creels* at Tn Ver*ta
Ball. Everybody United o yarUctfate la the
ewM of the dar
Doing the daj Ik* followlai aporta *lll
kto pltw, tv r vblck pr i a ai* efcad
Brat mWH< aad rrprrortrtad :.4n»ti jr or
trada la prcrreaioa H-«t prae, s*i; Mcord.
Mi li.ifd.s»
rnoao'i raea. pu a* of 1100.
Rrgatta. MitfWcv t> riK prill, IM; me.
and. SA; tblM, Sl«.
fcal raea, VkltrhUL roviag 11 rati MM
Pint prtaa, WK ; MCOM, $lO.
Cam* raea for Indlaaa, frte to all— Flrai
prlaa. $10; >MOml.$S.
Fool racr. lUO »» da, aotiaaor, s»—rin*
prixa, sls: aeooad, $lO.
Pack racr, 50 tarda, Inr- Tint prlao, $5;
ond, $2 sft
Hand raea, trm li jard» flrat prlia, $3;
a-eaad, SS.
Or-iari pal.. OT«T «»Mr. fraa-Prtaa. s*.
Ft* raoa for girls. Wnu a«aa of 7 acd 14
fir* Firal pnio. 15. aarwod, $l5O.
Oarl'a toot -aca. bet wars lha of 11 aad
» laaia -FV at prtaa, $S . rrcood. SI.M.
Log roliiac. ratraao 11-Pr!«asTo. Jrl»
Dissolution Notice.
• \j one* is Hnmv r.ivra THAT THE
■ ronorteartklp >ai«ly rxlafcaf brtwaan R.
Z Mttelwl . r«II Swim a M B .jtim]
H. B. Mabola. njx&rr b» «rn ua» and .tjla
af BltcbaiL *parliu« tOo.m dtoaolTe.l br
I ommi n*«l MI tho ad day t Mty. I*7-
AU of Ut* HaM'fctoi of aatd 0-» bare hr«a h
m»ad by Hid 8. Z. Mltch-U uxt F-ad H.
aairi a. a Hon tod H. B Achat*
* Ttßf r*rd frota aid parta*-»h p.
S Z MITCHELL,
FKID H HFARLISO
H M. HOTT.
H. B. MCBOIA
Tfca botm of Milt arm will m rnaiiaaa I
Vy aaM B Z. HhcboU uJ Fred B Boartlac
aadn (Mold ftrm runw of Witekrll, f,*r»n(
* 00. s. z. Mrrrmii,
i*H> a. »P»»UV,T
w T. JaxiQ. I art XI M
ARrwiKD or sta. roB TH* EM BE
at oo* .tn*le *c«I!. «rtp boa*. m» ftot
<oa«. iH fertboau white oatatda wttk (raaa
•Mr-lIM. Tnnje «"aa Boar: So. 4 «a each
etda of bow tad *n . taaaJii oa laatda of
•ton, •• Baiioog, Bwtdar, Baauk. W. T."
Wu atia tna Wathona MU of May by
osr tsaa. nam# of Heaiar BCDLo'aS
8808. F. O. boa tM mr**l
NORTH WKtTCRN
00K3TBUCTI0N COMPAIY,
PIR THK INSTALLATION' OF TBI
T HUM AS HOUSTON #TWUm ot
ELECTRIC LIGHT. Offloe Inlhe Km
MJ block. atorua. W. T.
riiXD W. SPAHLING
»P» tf CltaanU Agent.
FURNITURE.
if TOT VAST TO en A BABAAIX □>
i Fnlnn aa to O. L. unne, aa a*.
hoaMa (toast, BM door weal af Float. jat
WANTED IN A HURRY!
SeTeral car leads rf fcayer* (awe or Im; te
away the great hargalas offered by the
Golden Rule Bazaar,
As ve most make room for the immense stock bought by our Mt
Born sU-in, BOW doing the whole Eastern States. We
hare jaei rewired a large consignment of
FIRE CRACKER 3, FIRE WORKS,
Flags, Bunting and Muslin,
V « MM PXDOIII
PISTOLS, CAPS, Cto.,
Which we are offering tt rtrj low figures.
Don't forget to ask for the
PATENT WIND OW SCREEN.
It fits every window without the use of screw or naiL
Oar nsual large stock of
Crockery, Glasswiri, House FinirsNiig Gorts, Worieiwari
Etc. Just received a car load of
E. LOBE St CO.
SPLENDID BARGAINS.
Aa excellent IWMcre tract, ealy two aad a halt
miles from the ceater *f Seattle, la fall view •! rqrt
Sound, tea acres cleared mad slashed, apleadfcl Mil
and for sale at half Its valae, for a short t'aie M|j;
price, $1950.
Lot* (00x130) in Mc Naught's Third, Jolkina', Kidd's and PluouMt'i
additions from S3OO to S7OO sacb.
MM MTMT 9350
For 0 acre Homes near Seattle Foitoflloe.
Real eaute for M 1« at all points in Baattle and King county.
H. H. DEARBORN & CO., • Bankers
Commercial St., comer of Jackson, Seattle.
ROCKfiIFORD ALBERT HANSEN* 1
«-Tr»inJ®J*ITCIES Tatcbnuteuiinilir.
Silver-wire,
*lClocks, #to
LwomotlT* exelaat**
feurl ivrtr* t v.« (leadm*
> AJwtji oa hand the laricat *«*
The Moat Celebrated Makea of
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
Yea'.er-Learj Block, - Front atrc«t. H«ottle.
Viae watch rapalrtac a spartaler* —**
Q. A. GOERKE,
Merchant Tailor.
Attention and integrity assure yon satisfactfon.
Brown Block, Front street. »•
QUEEN CHOP HOUSE,
Tlie Bpiouro'» Resort.
Onm CkOfi ud Omm in ernrf mis. BroUen I ipeoUMr.
Regular Dioaer at <p. a. Open aB alfkt.
34 Cofcrolal - - - Iwtilti
BROWN & WARNER, ~
CONTRACTORS A BUILDERS.
Shop in Yeelgr Mill, foot of Mill street, Seattle, W T.
LOW MAN & HANFORD
Stationery and Printing Co.,
Star*, MM, liutt and Chart, itrtra; Frlatta* WKM. r«t »a!HBM
■m nwt link. _JHrr
- M. &K. OOTTBTEIM, '
IMFOKTKM AJVD WIOLBAU ptlffM Hf
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
•OLS «im FOB TO
J. F. CUTTER MO GOLD SIR WHISKIES, UD JOS. SCHLITZ SILWMIEE (EEL
NBW YOBK AND KBY WEST CIGARS A BPBCIALTY
■ BKIItV BLOt K. SO« rUNT DTBIIT, ■B4TTt.lt.
CITY IRON WORKS
MORAN BROS, PropV.
MILL AND STEAMBOAT ENGINEERS' SUPPLIES,
J? 1 °^y r :
*• ■ ort cW,,,
Uad and nartae and aU Mnda of maaklawy baUt aad ragalrad.
Mill Krm corpar Raflroed
Z. C. MILES,
IfnoecMor to Waddotl ft Miles) —Tnl—li aad Retail Dealer la
RANGES, COOK, PARLOR AND BOX
STOVES
W Order* from the manor aoiidted aad ■ ■aaraataed.
Give u a Call ud Look thrwigh ear imaeoM Stack.
. j metdebbauer, fm't,
4LL BREAD OF ALL
. JUL r d*acrl|pttca« ««7 a«Bl
mad* la o>Mr.
" gro»*»»»« Mill tfteod ta

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