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The Seattle Republican
Establighed May, 1894.
OFFICE 714 THIRD AVENUE.
H. R. Cayton Editor
Susie Revels Cayton Associate
SUBSCRIPTION RATES.
One Year $2.00
Six Months 1.00
Three Months 60
Bona Fide Circulation 2,500
Only Paper in the Northwest Success
fully Edited by a Negro.
A Whole Page of Legal Notices.
Always Regular, Readable, Reliable,
Republican.
Advertising Rates Furnished upon Appli
cation.
It Carries No Saloon Advertisements.
Entered at the Postoffice at Seattle as
Second-class Mail Matter.
Dan Webster is dead these many
years, but Yale college, his alma ma
ter, still keeps his memory green.
Frequenters of beer gardens can
vouch for the fact that the thing
that grows most in such gardens is
the human head.
Lipton seems to have his eye on
the American cup and from the out
look of the yacht races his hand is
dangerously close to it.
England's king is doing a bit of
swinging around the circle his own
self just now, even though he lays
no pretensions of being a sagacious
politician.
The constutional convention of
Alabama did not disfranchise any
more black men than it did white
men, but it did disfranchise quite
a lump lot of ignorant men. Good
for Alabama.
"Money talks," says the New Her
ald of Tacoma. This must account
for the Herald talking so much
about the Snoqualmie Power Com
pany getting a lighting franchise in
Tacoma.
Not satisfied with camping on
President McKinley's trail as long as
he lived, the old sore-headed Orego
nian has now begun the same des
picable tactics on President Roose
velt.
The idea that a lump of gold
maiks the north pole is becomiug
quite general at present, which prob
ably accounts for so many explorers
and adventurers trying to be the
tirst to reach it.
With, a weekly newspaper in ail
of the suburbs of Seattle there can
be no denying the fact that Seattle
and its vicinity is the busiest and
most progressive community in the
..Northwest.
Hayti is reported quiet and so far
as the general public is concerned
with not even a revolution brewing.
Our little sister republic must feel
awfully queer in such a state of mind
as this.
Eastern Washington is having an
epidemic of fairs just now and the
residents of Western Washington
are taking advantage of the oppor
tunity and going over in large droves
in- order to get a square meal.
XeW Jersey has begun what it
should have done years ago, a war of
extermination against anarchism.
Jersey City has been an anarchist
hotbed for lo these many years, and
it should be cleaned out.
Wilbur, Wash., is to be watched
over by a new Sentinel, in the shape
of a brand new weekly paper, which
has jus*t been launched on the jour
nalistic sea in that thriving little in
land city.
The backers of Seth Low propose
to clean out the flesh pots of Tani
mny Hall and thereby save the citi
zens of New York from being fur
• ther robbed by those who have had
charge of the city hall of that city
for a number of years.
Perhaps the corn raisers of this
country will yet be able to convince
the English, French, Germans and
Belgians that Indian corn is whole
some food, but it looks as though
they have an up-hill business in the
undertaking.
President McKinley was not the
possessor of very much actual cash
when he died, but he carried life in
surance policies to the extent oi
$67,000. A very comfortable nest
egg for Mrs. McKinley in her declin
ing years.
Rather strange that every one of
the Republican members of the Pan-
American exposition from this state
should have resigned and left only
Democrats in charge of the Wash
ington exhibits. It may be a square
deal, but it does not look well in
print.
Someone has been counting the
cost, of the late steel strike on both
side's, and it is estimated that $10,
--000,000 in wages were lost by the
working men, and $15,000,000 in
earnings by the manufacturers. Here
is a true instance where is cost mon
ey to loggerhead.
A case if inhuman treatment has
not been reported from the police
headquarters for some time, hut if
what young Dickinson and his two
companions charge be true as to
their mistreatment at police head-
Is there no reason for the
subscribers of
The Seattle Republican
wanting their paper sent to their homes in
stead of to the office?
It is because they want their
families to read its contents.
Five Thousand persons read this Paper
every week.
Here is your Advertising n^tHnm
The Seattle Republican
714 Third Avenue
Telephone Main 305 Independent 315
quarters, Seattle's bluecoats made up
their dogs of war loose on those
young men.
It is the custom and law of this
city to pay police judges $100 per
month over and above the salary
they get from the county, and we
see no reason for the council making
an exception of Judge George. He
has earned his money and is entitled
to his pay.
Enumclaw's annual fair this year,
according to the King County Cour
ier, was a financial success in every
particular, and so much a financial
success as to warrant the assertion
that by the time the next fair will
be opened it will have its own fair
grounds and buildings. For pluck
and enterprise. Enumclaw is to be
congratulated in job lots.
It appears that the P.-I.'s wireless
machine outclassed the Times' wind
machine. When will wonders cease?
Another one of Seattle's high liy
ers is now quartered in the county
jail for safe keeping under a charge
of having robbed his employer. Per
mit us to say to the young men of
Seattle that you are living too fast
ior your own good.
The "hundred-eyed monster,"
published in this city should not
not over look the fact that it was
such traitors as its editor and those
gueh traitors as its editor and
those members in the legislature
that bolted the Republican
caucus, that defeated King county
in getting a representative in con
gress, but we are inclined to believe
that it will be a cold day before they
will be able to do so again.
Miss Julia Wilson, a pretty young
school mann of White county India
na, where the larger boys thought it
a disgrace to go to school after they
had gotten up considerably in their
teens, finding herself unable to
either coerce or persuade the young
fellows to attend school, solved the
problem by promising to kiss every
one of them every morning. It is
needless to say that her school was
filled to overflowing before another
week had passed.
There are now nineteen distinct
canal reports as to feasible routes
across the American isthmus, and
thirteen of which have been official
ly surveyed by American engineers.
The American people are becoming
impatient over ths matter and they
would prefer fewer surveys and more
actual work. Yea, they prefer to see
the canal built and ships passing
through it than so much splitting
hars over it. When this is done the
country will be benefited from cen
ter to circumference.
Senile decay has begun to get m
its fatal work on President Krueger,
and his physicians fear that before
another month shall have passed
that the old gentleman will have suc
cumbed and surrendered his lease on
life. Mr. Krueger has been a very
remarkable man in more ways than
one, and it is unfortunate both for
himself and his country that he did
not use more judgment than to en
gage in a war against Johnny Bull.
Aot even the sudden death of
Hon. Jerry M. Wilson stopped the
Schley fiasco.
Hornets' nests are successfully
used in many of the southern coun
tries by the natives as baskets. The
cells of the nest are cleaned out and
the outside walls make a very con
venient basket for the carrying of
light articles.
(iavrii Seolodovinkoll, the Russian
philanthropist who recently died,
left his entire fortune, 25,000,000
rubles, to the founding of high
schools for girls,training schools for
working men and cheap lodging
houses for the poor. During his life
he likewise spent many thousand
rubles in the interests of the poor.
Get some one you know to sub
scribe for The Seattle Republican.
Let us hear from you.
Lux X Teneltrls.
"Nearer to thee;" with dying lips he
spoke
The sacred words of Christian
hope, and cheer,
As toward the Valley of the Shadow
passed
His calm, heroic soul that knew
not fear.
"Thy will be done;" the anxious
watchers heard
The faint, lowwhisper in the si
lent room;
Earth's darkness merging fast into
the dawn,
Eternal Day for Night of sombre
gloom.
"It is God's will;" as he had lived he
died—
Statesman and soldier, fearing not
to bear
Fate's heavy cross; while swift from
sea to sea
Rolled the deep accents of a na
tion's prayer.
"Dust to dust;" in solemn state he
lies
Who bowed to Death, yet won a
deathless name,
j And wears in triumph on his marble
brow
The martyr's crown, the hero's
wreath of fame.
IN TUB SUPERIOR COURT OP THE
State of Washington, for King County.
Elizabeth A. Mitchell, Plaintiff vs
James E. Mitchell, Defendant. No. —
Summons by Publication.
The State of Washington, to the said
James E. Mitchell, Defendant:
You are hereby summoned to appear
within sixty days after the date of the
first publication of this summons to-wit
within sixty days after the 4th' day of
October, 1901, and defent the above en
titled action in the above entitled court
and answer the complaint of the plain
tiff, and serve a copy of your answer
upon the undersigned attorneys for olain
tiff, at their office below stated; and in
1 case of your failure so to do, judgment
will be rendered against you according
to the demand of the complaint, . hich
has been filed with the clerk of said
court.
A brief statement of the object of the
said action is to dissolve the bonds of
matrimony existing between the plain
tiff and the defendant, on the ground of
desertion and on the ground on the part
of the defendant to make suitable uro
visions for the support of this plainc'ff.
BRADY & GAY,
! _ . Attorneys for Plaintiff.
■c ■', iA ddress: Rooms 9 to 14. Roxwell
, Building. Seattle, King County Wash
ington.
fllffiJltt
..SPE>G'AU7 HOUSE..
• •
Fancy Millinery, Ladies' Tailor
made Suits, Cloaks, Skirts, Fancy
French Flannel and Silk Waists,
Fur Jackets, Capes and Collarettes.
We always sell the best goods at
the lowest, prices.
• •
M; D. PERSE-JOHNSON GO.
HO9 Second five., Seattle :
I Diamond Ice is the best—lasts the
If\ r\ longest. Telephone Main 1059. Dia
ll,lf mond Ice and Store Co. Corner
■** V/ Western avenue and Union street.
11l I Dry wood and kindling deliv
lA/AAfT ered to your house. Lloyd &
V Ilill I Phillips. 1307 Seventh avenue.
If V/V/Vl Telephone Green 1346.
"T* ■ For the community. Awnings
I AM TO in abundance. Canvas
I 111 I IN of all Hinds. Felitz & 0., 117
I vlllU YeslerWay. Phone Main2l9
f% I 1 H. H. Dearborn & Co. Tide
IJ rt r\ |+ \ I Land Kings. Real Estate
rUffi I I V t>'Kht and sold. Halier
IIVUIII Tel. Blue 271. P. O. box 412.
Oill Crayon and Pastelle work
VTI If\l f\ uone and taught. John No
-11l 111 11 I leoer«-1327 Second avenue
w 1.14 VI I\J Picture frames made.
f\ ■ Help furnished for din-
I- OTQPfIP cer parties and piiDlic
llfl Ili ill receptions. Joh nT. Gay-
*■* *V/ I \J I ton,stewar.t Rainier club
I/* , I B Of the latest and best
If A/iOI/n makes. Photogarphsup
fYllMrfKN Plies - Washington De
n tal Co. Seattle? Wash.
/"I Camping and Picnic
|_ Vf\f^C^V\l Supplies. Rustler
111 111 .111 V Grocery. 310 Colum
\A I \J\J\Ji J bia. Phone Main 1077.
f Walker Portrait and
L. r*O mAO Picture Co. 1314 Third
I I ft I ! Ili Nave- Frames made to
1 ■ Mil IVU suit you. Agts. wanted.
T I • Flour and feed bought
I I**l /*■ f\ nr> and so ld- Try them for
I I fll Itil N od goods. A. Dillon
■IUU VI O Co., Seattle, Wash.
THE SEATTLE REPUBLICAN.
...AMERICA'S...
Best Republican Paper
Editorially Fearless. Consistently Republican—
Always. News from all parts of the world—Well
written, original stories —Answers to queries on all
subjects — Articles on Health, the Home, New
Books, and on Work About the Farm and Garden.
• • • • I tIC • • • •
Weekly Inter Ocean
The Inter Ocean is a member of the Asso
ciated Press and also is the only Westeru news
paper receiving the combsned telegraphic and ca
ble news matter of both the New York Sun and
New York World respectively—besides daily re
ports from over 2,000 special correspondents
throughout the country. No pen can tell more
fully why it is the best on earth. One Dollar per »
Year. Fifty-two twelve page pagers brim full of
news from everywhere and a perfect feast of special
matter.
THE INTER OCEAN One Year FREE To Every
Cash Subscriber to The Seattle Republica
grtffah. CARLOADS OP
niP STOVES and RANGES
fe^^^^^B Have arrived. The Garland Range has no equal on the
3JKo*S!23!^jj&f market. We have handled this celebrated range exclusively
<*£*^"- —— *^^ for years and we know, and our patrons know the merits of
: Garland made by the Michigan Stove Co. Come in and inspect our new stock.
GEO. H. WOODHOUSE CO.
PHONE MAIN 944 , 1409 SECOND AYE.
•••••••••••••••••••••••••a j
jGOOD^CATCH ||
• 0 i
• Was the result of buying • >
• SPORTING GOODS {
• - "of all kinds •
•. and descriptions at •
• • j
: Going, Northrupt & Go's i
• 803 First Avenue . ■ • '
• **** •
• ROYAL Sewing Machine •
I $25.00 aDd $35.00 J
•••••••••••••••••••••••••a
f\ 111 Shoes half soled while
lla y\ in. If\V* ■ y°u wait. Golden rule
IfllllfllKl observed. G. H. Craw-
VVUUIUI ford, 1412 Third avenue.
■% .II It . ■„ R. W. Butler, 2024-Bth
U I 1 I 1 ft I *-» >*» aye. Phone Buff 1267.
rilllllllllV House building and
B-# Uil VI 111 C. general construction.
|""\| I Scientific plumbing at
\J> III ytr% s\ *> reasonable rates. P.
B I lIH I J- Glennon. 712 Third
I IUIII&/V/I aye. Phone Main 510.
|"\ •■•.'•". • ;■"■• for inv'stm't and Im-
Lf I IDinAOO provement. Ger. Am.
11 SIII li S S Inv'stm'nt Co. 813 3d
UUOIIIUOO aye. Phone Main 1000.
<■■ :'■'■'../. Ii ■ ." .' " ■ '' '. •', i .. ■-■ ■ .
■ m II ' Wheeler & Wilson
11/ lf\ f\ hm/\O and Domestic. H.
If I li ( . I I 1 I I HS Hansen. 215Colum-
I II LA V/ I I I I I \J O bia, phone Bl'k 1621
lii Root, Palmer and
i\ TTA m f\\ If\ Brown lawyersand
M 11(11 linVS Practitioners Pio-
II llVl lIVJfO neer Block.
• %f '. ■ \}', ■
T\ iCk m nnn _ That will last
11 a m Anne ufe tiae jewelry
Oi I • Stylish station-
VtOtlAnA IH7 cry.line printing. i
tjlfifi 111 l IHI V Denny - Corryell
W.lUllvl Ivl V Co. 716-lst Aye. I
if
II f\r\4> r\ Fresh and cured as good as ;
nil L* AI v the market affords. Gem ,
111 lU 111*1 Market, 6* Pike St. Phone ;
lIiUUUC/ Main 505.
171 r\ 1/ A w-k ■ i Olympic Bakery, Sanford
KAU PPI 9 & Weed Props. Successors
llf ill til 11 to Meydenbauer. 308 Col-
Lf \A l\ U1 y umbiaSt Phone Main 443 j
/^'aWaa'A Teas, Spices, Baking Pow- !
IvlllTPPv ders ' Butter Eggs and
UUIIUUC) e de|&l.- 3Pike .' phone
I ' 111 VI v\ Stetson Post Mill.Co. Es
I 11 111 IIP P tablishtd in 1875. All ma
blllllUul 3 dlivered PhDne
n rriHnnf Get a $10,000 accident
TilxlvlllPill insurance policy for
IlilMl In In 125.00 per year. -J A.
I IV/V/IVlUll U 219 Bailey bldg
»/\rk/^r\ri4> Bakin Powders, pur- '
■ <PPvlvPnT est and best Your
111 IVmMIIUI \\ Grocer has them. Se
\J\ UC/UUIIU attle product.
llon/lmrtvin Pritchard Hardware
•H A V\\ ill APP Co 417 "fee St Me
I 111 1 11 Will li ehanics' Tools and
I IUI U II U I U Sporting Goods.
Port Orchard j
...Route... i
DAILY SERVICES <
Bremerton, (D. a Navy Yard and Dry Dock) <
; Charleston and Sidney (
. STEAMERS '
RTHLON, ■ DHUNTLESS
INLHND FLYGR
From Columbia Dock. Footof Columbia Street .
Leaves Seattle—6.4o, t9.30, 10.30 a. m. t1.15, 2.15
*6.30 p. m.
Leaves Bremerton—B.oo, 9.00 and 11.00 a. m.,
1.00, 3.30, *5.30 p. m.
i
Leaves Sidney—7.3l, 8.30,- a. m., 12 30, 5.00 p. m. (
Leaves Charleston—7.4s,B.4s a. m,, 12 45,5.15 p m
FOR PLEASANT BEACH
Take steamers leaving Seattle at 9.30 a. m., 2.15
and 6.30 p.m.
Leave Pleasant Beach and Beans Point for
Seattle 8.15 a. m., 5 45 p. m.
' i
tTo Bremerton only, (U. S. Dry Dock).
♦Saturday only—Steamers will leave Bremer
ton on extra trip at 6.15 p. m. Leave Seattle at
5.00 and 11.30 p. m. No trip at 6.30.
Sunday only, extra trip—Leaves Seattle at
10 p. m. for Bremerton, Sidney and Charleston.
Fare 50 Cents, Round Trip,
IDo You Eat? !
]| Buy at PEARSOLL i\
11 The PIKE ST. GROCER \ [
i "Sl8" <'
IJI Everything in the . Grocery Line * i
I 0 Fresh Fruit and Vegetables ■ [<>
io -,- First-class Delicatessen J[
M * in connection. i '
< > Fresh Fish on Ice. <»
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♦ • .; ■■ .. ••»«»-- >■ ■ "■-• ; ♦
I* PE ARSOLL'S GROCERY * |
< ► — -——625 Pike Street < >
i y ' ,! Phones Main 505 Auto 117 < >
♦♦♦♦♦»»♦♦»♦»»»♦♦»♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦»
r\DII/*t* Perfectly C m -
1 IIT I lt\ pounded at PIKE
\J IV U Xjtj STREET PHAR
MACY, 419 Pike. ■• Tel. Main 933 ;
ROSLYNCOAL
: I TIME TRIED
Jr.:.... .and.....;.. .
. FIRE TESTED
After two years use in Seattle
it stands alone the favorite
..... Domestic Coal
Phone Union 24 Phone Main 588
Deliveries North of Pike Deliveries South of Pike
|| Welsbach I
l|
\\ With Adjustable Burners '»
\\\ Give the Nearest <>:
'■ Approach . <►
\\ to \\
|| ...DAY LIGHT..j
\\ < >
\\ If You Are Using Poor. <>
? Mantels You Cannot *'
j| Expect to Get Good « \
!! Light. We Can \]\
J! Show You the j;
\[ ■ Difference. *\
i: SEATTLE GAS fe::
|| ELECTRIC CO. it
[W PHONE HAIN 96 <>
j; 214-216 Cherry Street {;
Hair Cut'
AS YOU LIKE IT, STYLISH
AND UP TO DATE.
Frank's Place 1 fSIAJiSi
Seattle Clothes Pressing Go.
Ladies' and gents' clothing
cleaned, dyed and repaired
We call !or and deliver promptly.
Phone Huff 1«M 07 Third Avenue
FOR
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS,
CLOAKS, MILLINERY
AND MEN'S FURMISHINGS
.GO T0......
WI LSON'Si
Second Avenue and University Street \. I
DRESSY SHOES
At Prices that Appeal to Your
Pocketbook.
The Very Latest Styles at the Popular
Prices of $3.50 to $5.00. See them.
RAYMOND & HOYT,
981 Second Aye., - SEATTLE, WASH.
SPECIAL PRICES
•* IN *•
REGINH
mUSIC BOXES
GRAMOPHONES
STEINMHY PIHNOS
Latest Sheet Music at Popular
Prices.
SHERMAN, CLAY & GO.
711 Second 4ve,
I (^ I v
VoV^Pfo/ N
<%£^ S
TWO TRAINS DAILY
To the East, Leaving Seattle at 7.45
a. m, and 7.50 p. m.
PULLMAN, TOURIST,
DINING AND
OBSERVATION CARS
ft
No Train Compares With the ,
NORTH COAST LIMITED
The Short Line to Kansas City and
I • All Southern Points, with
Through Car Service.
' ' ■ - •■ ■' ' V
For information, maps and tickets, call on or
write to ;
I. A. NADEAU, General Agt. Seattle, Wash.
C. HARLTON. A. G. P. A. Portland, Or
I Coal ." 1
all Coal i
*i' > i
V' The Best Coat • v
1 NEWCASTLE ]
S; Lump Coal • ■•<
11' Only at the Bunkers of the •
| PACIFIC COAST CO. ]
¥} Phone Main 92 1
Nothing
as Good
Or so well appreciated by the connois
seur as a relish with all kinds of meat,'
fowl, game, etc.; and to tickle the palate,
and put a keen edge on the appetite,
nothing equals genuine "East India"
Chutney. We carry a full line and choice
assortment of the best imported article,
including all the favorites, such as Major
Grey, sweet sliced mango, Bengal hot,
Cashmere, green mango, Madras, Bengal
club, etc.
touch, Augustine & Co.
Bis. 817 First Avenue
Phone, Main 148.
I ICE CREAM J
0 And ices for Sunday. Order j
# from us and get the purest t
i and best made in Seattle. 4
| All flavors. Free delivery. \
I I.X.L.CREAMERY {
J 811 3rd Aye. Tel. Main 948 I*
Hf I ivFvFß«ni t The imP° rtant science
iI.I'LAI LTLiI3wLL of optics is not a side
M& £rr\ issue with us. We
f!S^I S*j?*^v)?Vx have most complete
$wd WifSrfv*^* ( optical establishment
J«jSfi* ™kSy< in the state 'and do
I JK^ f^pWßP^' ' work quicker and bet
\C%fr>£&=E^f*' ter here than any
■va. ;t^^aiM -where else.
OPTICIAN, 708 SECOND AYE.
BONNEY & STEWART
UNDERTAKERS
THIRD and COLUMBIA
Preparing bodies for shipping a specialty.
All orders by telephone or telegraph promptli
attended to. Telephone Main 13.
O. B. SPELLMAN
Pracrieal rinmber and Gasfltter. Sanitary
Plumbing a specialty.
/ 2i2 Columbia St.
BANKS
SAFE DEPOSIT VAULT
THE NATIONAL BANK OF
COMMERCE
H. C. Henry, Pres. R. R. Spencsb, Cashier
PEOPLE'S SAVING BfINK-
Second and Pike.
Capital ----------- - . $100,000
E. C. Neufelder, President
Jamesl R. Hayden, Manager.
.1. T. Greenleaf, Ass't Cashier
Deposits received from $1 to $10,000 ; 4 per
ent interest allowed on savings de; osits
THE PUGET SOUND NATIONAL BANK
OF SEATTLE
Capital Stock paid in - - - $528,000
Surplus .......... 35.000
Jacob Forth, President; J B. Goldsmith, Vice-
President; R. V. Ankeny, Cashier
Correspondence in all the principal cities of the
United States and Europe
i¥iiiniiiirii(
OF SEATTLE, WASH.
Capital . . ■. . .... $100,000
Deposits ........ »i,509,000
A. Chilberg, Pres.: E. L. Grondahl, Ist Vice-
Pres.; O. O. Soarle,2nd Vice-Pres.; A. H.
Soelberg, Cashier.
Transacts a general banking busines-. -mer
est paid on time and savings deposits. Drafts
money orders issued on all parts < i the world.
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▲ A HLmlfir Jixz&J
i (THE WONDER DOCTOR)
MAKESTHEBLINDSEE.THEDEAFHEAR
Tbe Lame Walk, and Cures the Weak," Nervouß
U'speptic. Rheumatic and Paralytic in a roost re
markable manner by a new system of Medicine
from Europe. \ ....
FREE' FREE!
ABBO'S Extraordinary Offer to Sick People
Free for 15 Days Only
All who visit IMm before Sept. Mth will receive
FRE^T 1UN Irit tCrR OKD a"d Surigical Treal.neut
No Charge Except
Necessary Medicines
The Deaf, Lame, Blind and Rheumatic are cured
without coat and without price by a new system of
Medicine from Europe. No laying on hand or faith
cuie.
A 880/ cures have puzzled the whole medical fra
ternity aud astonished the world. He uses a cer
tain secret preparations and imported trom .Europe
H is treatment is quick, permanent, and he protects
bis patients by taking only those that can be cured ;
No living man lias made the record that ABBO
lias in eight years' lime m America. He has re
ceived more testimonials and sworn affidavits than :
any living physician. ... ,
ABBO treats no acute deseases, but makes an en- ,
tire specialty of chronic diseases. Long standing
cases given up by doctors and pronounced incura
ble he most desires to see.
ALL SUFFERERS
From Nervousness, Dyspepsia. Liver, Kidney. '
Stomach and Blood Disorders. Piles, Catarrh and
Bladder Troubles, Rheumatism, Paralysis Neural
gia or Sciatica and Epilepsy ™
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Peculiar to Men. - '
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Ear, Nose mid Throat. ABBO will introduce hia
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Cross- removing Cataracts and all other sur- '
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ABBO MEDICAL AND SURGICAL
INSTITUTE
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NORTH WESTERN
LINE
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Have a-'ded two more trains (the
Fast Mail) to their St. Pan! Chi- Q
cago service, making eight trains
I daily.
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MINNEAPOLIS
ST. PAUL and
CHICAGO
Thin assures passengers . from the
west making connections. '-, ] '.-'•
'■•:. The 20th Oeutury train, "the finest
in the-.world," leaves St. Paul even
day in the year at 8.10 p. m
; F Vv. PARKER,
Genera] Agent
151 Yesler Way. Seattle Wnsh
Moran Bros. Company
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Manufacture and Sell
LUMBER
For All Purposes
SEATTLE - - - WASH.
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nUr I UML truss hold you?
if not, caii at Gny's Drugstore
Fine Fresh Fruit
Always on hand at the
SAN DIEGO FRUIT CO.,
415 Pike Street

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