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Business Transacted by the Superior Court and List of Instruments Filed With OtfioiaU. Superior Court. acted week end ing Sept, 15, 1900, Ira B Flannagan vs Henry Flannagan. Divorce granted. Mary E Smith vs Richard Smith. Di vorce granted. Poison-Wilton Hardware Co vs Henry Hallklav it al. Sheriff's sale confirmed. In re estate of David Reeves, deceased. Order sotting a-fide homestead to widow igned. David Barrio et al vs F G Deming. Vfendant's motion to make moie den ote overruled. School Dist 53 vs School DistG3. Taken under advisement. Annie Gleeson vs E Shalian. Defend ant's demurrer overruled. John A Johnson, a native of Sweeden, was admitted to citizenship. Wm Hallidav vs Edward Entwissle et *1. Defendant's demurrer overruled. Montesano State Bank vs J J Johnson et til. Defendant's demurrer overruled. Fred Rosmond, assignee, V 6 R P Wal dron. Continued. Montesano State Bank vb Capt I «mith. Taken under advisement. NEW CASES. Stato of Washington vs Roht Williams and Geo Elliott. Burglary. W Henry Dtnkee vs Mary J Durkee. Divorce. E H Storv vs Win J Parish et nx. Foreclosure of delinquency certitieatw. David Barrie vs F G Deming. To re cover real estate. Dora Fellows vs Clarence Fellows. Divorce. Itrnl Estate Transfers. For the week ending Sept. 15, ooimllcd -om the records for the exclusive use of the Aberdeen llehald: Lizzie C Smith to W L Smith, part of lot 7 sec 2, and swki lot 1 sec 1-17-10—$2. John Bvrne to J W Smith, lots 9 10 11 and 12, blk 6, E & M's add Aberdeen— $200. Heirs of J M Weatherwax, dee'd, to Mrs Mary J Gilmore, blk 15; lots 4 and 8, blk 21; lots 123 7 8 and 9, blk 14 j lots 4 5 and <i, blk 20, W & B's add Aberdeen -*1. Samuel Benn to Same, same property -*1. N P By Co to A B Govey, lots 34 5 6 11 and 12 sec 1-20-7 —$633.75. Same to Simpson Logging Co, all sec 35-21-7—59000. Sheriff to L W Wade, e)a lot 1, blk 3, Elma—s7oo. E C Story to Jas Randall, part of lots 10 and 11, blk 2, M. T A M's add Monte sano—ssoo. D Mpckey to Michael Woods, nw sec 24-17-6—sßoo. Jas Gleeson Jr to same, lot 9 and part of of be} 4 sec 36-18-7—5300. The Aberdeen Bank to Mary O Tyler, lot 6, blk 24, W & B's Ist add Aberdeen —$300. Ellen Robinson et al to Ella Waldron, lands in twps2o-8,18-10 and £1-B—s3. Henry Fuhrman to Weyerhaeuser Tim ber Co, seM sec 10-17-4-SIOOO. E E Barbier to S Emma Peters, lot 8, blk 3, Karr's add lloquiain—s22s. Rebecca E Goodell to S Emma Goodell, lots 8 and 9, blk 5, Byles' add Monteeano. Heirs of Theo Forssell, dee'd, to A G Hopkins, lots 19 and 20, blk 2, Forssell's nub-div of tract 16, blk 1, E & L's Grays Harbor Homesteads—s2oo. Glenn Peterson to G M Powell, lots in town of Peterson —$10. Samuel Benn to J H Boyer, lot 19, blk 10, Benn's Central add Aberdeen—s2o, Cliff M YVeathei wax to W B Mack, lot 10, blk 44, Benn's Orig plat Aberdeen — foUO. W P Tait to G L Davis & D W Dineen, iots 3 and 4, and n),j of se'i' sec 34-21-9 —$3000. F D Delezene to Win B Lowrie, s)-# of ne>4 sec 12-19-7—sl. Theo Dempsey to N N llungerford, lot 12, blk 100, Empire add Ocosta—s22s. Same to II L llungerford, lot 24, blk 75, Empire add Ocosta—s22s. Catherine Ilengesbach to Rose Roaf, lot 4, uud s>a of se>4 tec 17, and swW of swJa sec 10-20-12—5400. Michael Doyle to Adolph Winckler, n}£ of se*i and njg of sec 8-15-9—slo. N P Ry Co to Angus Campbell, nw)i of sw,'£ sec 33-10-7—5200. Elvire C Tyler to Henry Kalb, of ne}4 and n >a of "w'i sec 2-18-11—$1700. Benj Layport to Jas Stewart, wV of Be> 4 ' sec 28-18-9—5450. J G Lewis to Tillie Amsler, lots 6 and 7, blk 4, Martin's add Elma—sloo. U S to Chas M Gaddis, i\% of and nw'i of sec 20-17-6—Pat. Same to E Irving Ualsted, sec 24- 17-7—Pat. Same to James Austin, swja sec 34- 17-7—Pat. U S to Chas Bluo, lots 1 and 4 and el 4 of nwj£ sec 22-16-B—Pat. MKcellnneoiu. A R Pabney to It T Dubney, rel of mtgs—s3s,ooo. R T D.ilmey to LII Borton, mtgon nly SO ft of wly.Vjj of lot 1, blk 44, Bonn's plat Aberdeen—sl2oo. Jacob Anderson to Tacoma Cedar Lum ber Mfg Co, agreement for timber on lands in sec 14-18-5—5200. Johnna Corcoran to Ilenrv Fuhrman, n>tg on lots 7 8 and 9, blk 4&, Aberdeen -$175. Sheriff to Alon*o EUiott. BherifTa certf of sale on <s% lot 1, folk 3, Elma. 7 M Lewis to F L Carr, mtg on of n% and B> a of e% of w*a of nwJi of ne4 sec 34-18 -l>—s3oo. L P Bendixeu vs Margaret Kpun'ttP, lis pens to foreclose mtg on)'"j'-lg' bw»4 and swM «ec 20-1 < &. Ella Waldron to H L "ijfj on und)s of lands in twps 18-10, 21-8 and 20"8*^$150Q' H B Waldron to M E Rosa, cliat m'j on logs—s2ooo. Pr.rhin Deputy Mnchinery Co to J H O'Donnell, sale contract shingle machint —$538. J II I.amb vs Geo Arland, lien on logs —*!<>• Cleveland & Beaniien to H E Morrill rel of chat mtg on logs. Young & Thompson to Hayes & Ifuyes chat intg on logs—s2soo. Chas Blue to Alice Chalmers, mtg or lots 1 and 4 and e% of nwA sec -2-10 —$100. Catherine Ilengesbach to The Public affidavit. S C Knowles to Michael Doyle, sat o' mtg. Michael Woods to Jas Gleeson Jr, mtf on nwM «o 24-17-fi, » ? nd part ol sw!£ of se}4 sec 36-18-7 $800. MrH Tillie Amsler to Hubert Kramer, mtg on lots 6 and 7, b!k 4, Martin h add Elma. notice for bids. Notice is hereby given that the City Council of the City of Aberdeen, Wash., will receive bids until 8 o clock p. ot Sent. 22nd, 1900, for the construction of a plank roadway to Fern Hill Cemeterj in the City of Aberdeen, Wash., in ac cordance with the provisions of ordinance No. 188 of said city and the following 81 shall be of sufficient width to allow a 16-foot roadway and a ditch on both sides (20 feet in all); the slopes of cutting on sides to be one to one as per profile on file in the office of the City Clerk; the planking on graded portion to be 16 feet long and three inches thick, placed on four mud sills 3xlo inches nn bedded in even with bottom of grade and spiked with 60-penny wire nails. The whole cost of constructing such roadway and furnishing of materials therefor to be paid for with warrants drawn on S|>ecial Improvement District No. 20 of said city Each bid must bo accompanied by a good and sufficient bond in the sum of $200, conditioned that the bidder will enter into a contract with and furnish a good and sufficient bond to said city, conditioned for the faithful performance of his contract, provided he is the suc cessful bidder. .... , . The city reserves the right to reject anv and all bids. Given pursuant to ordinance and direc tion of the City Council. Dated at Aberdeen, Wash., this 10th day of Sept., 1900. Geo. A. Black, City Clerk. Date first publication, Sept. 13,1900. NOTICE FOR BIDS. Notice is hereby given that the City Council of the City of Aberdeen, Wash., will receive bids until 8 o'clock p. in. Saturday, Sept. the 29th, for the im provement of Market street, from the easterly side of F street to the westerly side of B street, by the building thereon of sidewalks on each side of said street between the points designated as In ordi nance No. 206 expressed. Said sidewalks to be 10 feet wide, with stringers and posts 3x6 inches, bents 8 feet apart, all covered with two inch plank, sized tough side up and in accordance with plans and specifications therefor. That the cost and expenses of making such improve ment exclusive of street and alley cross ings, and including street and alley cross ings, shall not exceed the sum of 50 cents per lineal foot. Each bid must be accompanied by a good and sufficient bond of $200.00 con • ditioned that the successful bidder will enter into contract with the said City of Aberdeen should he be awarded the contract. The city reserves the right to reject anv and all bids. Given pursuant to ordinance and direc tion of the City Council. Dated Aberdeen, Wash., this 18th day of Sept., 1900. Geo. A. Black, [seal] City Clerk. Date of first publication Sept. 20, 1900. NOTICE FOR BIDS. Notice is hereby given that tlie City Council of the City of Aberdeen, Wash., will receive bids until 8 o'clock p. ra., Saturday, Sept. 29tli, 1900, for the im provement of the noitherly side of River street by the building thereon of a side walk 10 feet in widtn from the westerly side of F street to the easterly side of I street in said city as in ordinance No. 207 expressed. Said sidewalks to be 10 feet in width, with stringers and posts 3x6 inches, bents 8 feet apart, ail covered with two (2) inch plank sized rough side up and in accordance with plans and specifications tiierefor. That the tost and expenses of making such improvement exclusive of street and alley crossings, and including street and alley crossings, shall not ex ceed 50 cents per lineal loot. Each bid must be accompanied by a good and sufficient bond of $200.00 con ditioned that the successful bidder will enter into contract with the city should he be awarded the contract. The citv reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Given pursuant to ordinance and direc tion of the City Council. Dated Aberdeen, Wash., Sept. 18th, 1900. Geo. A, Black, [seal] City Clerk. Date of first publication, Sept. 20,1900. A Complete llome For Sale. One and one-quarter acres all cleared and in cultivation, in Cay View Addition ' small house and barn, one cow, 225 chickens, household goods, tools, im plements, etc. Will he sold cheap, if taken quick. Inquire of J. F. Rawllngs, or Evans drug store. Copy for advertisements and notices should be handed in to tlio Herald office by Wednesday noon to insure publica tion in the current issue. resolution of city council OF THE CITY OF ABERDEEN. Statk ok Washington,) County of Chbhalis. S PREAMBLE. Whereas, it appears to the City Council of the City of Aberdeen that K street, on the westerly side thereof, from the northerly side of the alley in block 28 southward and along the cast side of lot 12, in said block 28, in Weather wax A Benn's addition to Aberdeen, southerly to the railroad track of the Northern Pa cific Railroad, in River street, and thence westerly along said railroad track a <i»s- Unoe of about sixty (00) feet to the plat form of the said Northern Pacific Rail way Company in the City of Aberdeen, is in need of improvement; and liereas, it is the opinion of the City Council that said "K" street and said River street between the points above in dicated, that is, "K" street from the ttllev to the railroad track on River street and" River street along such track west erly to the platform of the Northern la cific Railway Co., as aforesaid, should be improved by the building thereon oi thereat and between the points above in dicated of an eight (8) foot sidewalk on westerly side of "K" street, and of a ten (10) foot sidewalk or crossing from the Intersection of such sidewalk with lail road track westerly to the platform afore said, so as to confoim with the estab lished grade on said streets; and Whereas, it appears to the saul City Council that the costs of said improve ment, exclusive of street and alley cross ings, should not exceed the sum of ;ents per lineal foot, and, including street md alley crossings, the total costs should lot exceed the sum of 50 cents per lineal oot. . . ~ Now, therefore, in consideration of the premises, be it resolved by the said City Council of the City of Aberdeen, in tegu lar session assembled, that it be, and that it is the intention of the City Council! of said city, to improve the said * K street on the westerly side thereof from the northerly side of alley in block 28, Weatherwax & Benn's addition to Aber deen, southerly to the railroad track on River street, by the building thereon ot thereat of an eight (8) foot sidewalk ; and River street along the said railroad track westerly to the platform of the Northern Pacific Railway Company, in the City of Aberdeen, as aforesaid, by building theteon or thereat of a ten (10) foot Blue walk or crossing, bo as to conform with the established grade upon said streets. And, it is further resolved by the said City Council of the said City of Aberdeen, that it is the intention of the said council to assess the cost of the said improve ment, when made, against the property, lots, or parcels of land in said city, abutting upon said street, and upon each side thereof, between the points above designated. And, be it further resolved by the said City Council that the lots, lands, and parcels of lands abutting npon the said street and upon each Bide theieof between the points above desi/nat-d, shall consti tute the assessment district for such im provement j which lots, lands, or parcels of lands are more particularly described as follows, to-wit: Lot twelve (12) block twenty-eight (28) Weatherwax & Benn's addition to Aber ll<An of which above described lots, lands, or parcels of lands are situate, lying and being in Chehalis county, Washington. And, do it further resolved, that the 22d day of Sept., 1900, be and the same hereby is designated and appointed as a time when, and within which protests and objections may be made against the said proposed improvements, and as a time when the said City Council will hear and consider any and all protests and objections. Passed and approved this, the Bth day of £ept., 1900. A. P. Stock well, Attest: Geo. A. Bi.ack, Mayor. [seal] City Clerk. Davis... Sewing Machines j|jj|j~ the highest grade in qual ity of material and work manship, the easiest run ning and above all the most durable Sewing Ma chine made. The New BALL BEAR ING STAND is a valu able Improvement in light running and long wear. FAYETTE &~COXEf, Aberdeen, Wash. To the Deaf. A rich lady, cured of her Deafness and Noises in the Head by Dr. Nicholson's Artificial Ear Drums, gave $10,000 to his Institute so that deaf people unaole to procure the Ear Drums mav have tliern free. Address No. 12466 the Nichols Institute, 780 Eighth Avenue, New York. For One job printing at right prices some to the Herald priutery. proposed Amendment to the Conitltu tlon. State of Washington, Office of the Secretary ok State, Ol.ympia. To Whom it May Concern: In obcdience to an act of the legislature approved March 13, 1899, entitled as fol low#: "An act providing for the consti tutional amendment conferring power upon the legislature to exempt certain property from taxation," there is here with published for the consideration of the voters of the state of Washington the following proposed amendment to the consti ution of said state: "Section 1. It is proposed to amend section two (2) of article seven (7) of the constitution of thestateof Washington by adding thereto the following proviso: 'And provided further, That the legis lature shall have tower, by appropriate legislation, to exempt personal property to the amount of three hundred (*300.00) dollars for each head of a family liable to assessment and taxation under the pro visions of the laws of this state, of whieh the individual is the actual aud bona fide owner.' "Sec. 2. That at the general election to be held in November, 1'jOl), the amend ment hereinbefore mentioned in section 1 shall tie submitted to the qualified elec tors of the state of Washington for their approval, and there shali be printed on each of the ballots provided for said elec tion the words 'For proposed amendment to section 2 of article 7 of the constitution, in relation to taxation.' 'Against the proposed amendment to section 2 of arti cle 7 of the constitution, iu relation tc taxation.' " In Testimony Whereof, I have hereunto sot my hand and aflixed the seal of the state of Washington, at Olympia, this twentieth day of July, nineteen hundred. Wim, D. Jenkins, Secretary of State for the State ol Washington. [seai.] At said election each elector desiring to vote in favor of the adoption of said pto posed amendment should place an X upon his ballot opposite the words "Fot !he proposed amendment to section 20l article 7 of the constitution, in relation to :axation." Each elector desiring to vole igainst the adoption of said pioposed intendment should place upon his ballot in X opposite the words "Against the )ioposed amendment to section 2 ni irticle 7 of the constitution, in relation o taxation." Will D. Jenkins. 47-13t Sacretary of State. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF WASItI.VG tou (or Chehalis County. James Bryden. plaintiff, vs. William O. McKin lay and Fred Hart, as assignee of Irwin W. Emery and Kittle L. Emery, insolvent debtors,defend ants—Summons in Foreclosure of Tax Lieu. The State of Washington to the above named defendants William O. McKtulay and Fred Hart, as assignee of Irwin W. Emery and Kittle K. Emery. In the name of the State of Washington, you and each of you are hereby notified that James Bryden is the holder of Certificate of Delin quency No. 609, issued on the 2nd day of Jatui arv. A. r>. 1900, by the County of Chehalis, State of Washington, In the sum of 11.14, for the taxes for the year 18% and the sum of $8.29 for the taxes for the years 1893 and 1895. the same Including penalty, interest and costs thereon, the total amount representee! by said Certificate of Delinquency being the sum of 19.43, together with the accruing interest thereon at 15 per cent, per annum, upon real property assessed to William O. McKinlay, of which William O. McKinlay is the owner and re puted owner, situated in said Chclialis County, and particularly described as follows: Lots Five (5) and Six (0) in Block Fourteen (14) of South Aberdeen, Wash., Upon which plaintiff has, in addition to the sum of 19.43 evidenced by said certificate of Delinquency, paid taxes against the said prop erty as follows: Year's Tax. Date Tald. Tax ReceiptXo. Amt. 1897 Jan. 2, 1900 827t». <1.00 MM Jan. 2. 1900 OHM 76 1899 March 15,1900 «U7 71 Total amount of said taxes paid including the amount of said Certificate of Delinquency, <11.09. All of said amounts bearing interest from date of payment at 15 per cent, per annum : and von are further notified that plaintiff will apply to the above entitled Superior Court fur a judgment foreclosing said Certificate of De linquency against the property hereinabove mentioned, and you are hereby summoned to appear within sixty days after the service of this summons upon you, exclusive of the day of service, and within sixty days after the first publication of this summons, to wit: Within sixty days after Aug. 2H. 11100, and defend this action or pay the amount due, and In case of your failure so to do Judgment will he rendered according to the demand of the application for Judgment herein, foreclosing said Certificate of Delinquency for said taxes, penalty. Interest and 3osts against the lands above described, and for such further relief as the court may deem equitable. Any pleading or process may be served upon the undersigned at the address hereinafter mentioned. JAMKS BRYDEN, Plaintiff. By W. H. ABEL, Prosecuting Attorney Che 'halls County, Wash. P. O. Address, Monte sano, Wash. First publication Aug. 23, 1900. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF WABll ington, for Chehalis County. James Bryden, Plaintiff, vs. South Aberdeen Improvement Company, a corporation, and Bank of Montreal, a corporation, Defendants —Summons In Foreclosure of Tax I.ieu. The State of Washington to the above named defendants. South Aberdeen Improvement Company, a corporation, aud Bank of Mon treal, a corporation. In the name of the State of Washington, you and each of you arc hereby notified that James Bryden is the holder of Certificate of Delin quency No. 602, issued on the 2nd day of Janu ary, A. D. 1900, by the County of Chehalis, State of Washington, in the sum of <0.85, foe the taxes for the year 1896 and the sum nf <11.77 for the taxes for the years 181)2,189;:, 1891, 1895, the same including penalty, interest ami costs thereon, the tota! amount represented by ■aid Certificate of Delinquency being the sum of <12.62, together with the accruing interest thereon at 15 per cent, per annum, upon real property assessed to South Aberdee I Improve ment. Company, of which South Aberdeen Im provement Company is the owner and reputed owner, situated in said chehalis County, aud particularly described as follows: Lot 3 In Block "C" of South Aberdeen, Upou which plaintiff has, In addition to the sum of <12.62 evidenced by said Certificate of Delinquency, paid taxes agaiust the said prop erty as follows: Year's Tax. Date I'aid. Tax r.ecelpt No. Amt. 1897 Jan. 2,1.100 . .6272 <0 79 1898 Jan. 2.1900 «wt 51 1899 Mar. 15,1900 2350 50 Total amount of said taxes paid including the amount of said Certlffcate of Delinquency, <14 42. All of said amounts bearing interest from date ot payment a, 15 per cent, per an num: and you are further notified that plaint iff will apply to the above entitled Superior Court for a Judgment foreclosing said Certifi cate of Delinquency against the property liere iubefore mentioned, and you are hereby sum moned to appear within sixty days afier the service of this summons upon you, exclusive ! of the day of service, and within sixty days' after the first publication of this summon*, to) wit: Within sixty days after Aug. at, 1900, and def?nd this action or pay the amount due, and i ill ease of your failure so to do judgment will be rendered according to the demaud of: the application for judgment herein, j foreclosing said Certificate of Delin quency for snld taxes, penalty, interest i and costs against the lands above described, and for such further relief as the court may deem equitable. Anv pleading or process may be served upou the undersigued at the address hereinafter mentioned. JAMES BRYDEN, I'loiutiff. By W. 11. ABEL. Prosecuting Attorney Clie halls County, Wash, P.O. address: Monte sano, Wash. First publication Aug. 23, 1900. > ( ) "minnbapous v sW% s« TM CAST at SOUTH ..A T T^°- MA PORTLAND CALIFORNIA JAPAN CM, »kaoway ALASKA M.II ■.Vn.UAMsAKcn,. I AKKItDBKH. 1 WWM",'". Bpei Hotel. (At Lindstbom's Shipyard.) KASPER JAC'OBSON, Prop. New Management. Hot and Cold Baths , j Free to Guests . . . ' The Best Meals and Rooms 011 the Harbor for the money. ; | Board and Lodging 81.50 iter week: ' | 820 iter month- Aberdeen Hotel New Management. o THE BEST ACCOMODATIONS IN ABERDEEN FOR THE MONEY. WHITNEY & JONES, Pitoi-s. Rates SI .OO a day ... ... and upwards. Brunswick ...Hotel C. C. SARGENT, PROP. NEW MANAGEMENT. This popular Hotel lias been thorough ly renovated throughout and is now pre pared to furnish its guests with good clean beds, and as good a meal as can be got on the Harbor for the money. Board and Lodging, $4.50 per week. Table board, $3.75 i>er week. Meals 25c. NEW MANAGEMENT. Renovated and Refitted Throughout. Montesano House W. E. CRIST, Proprietor. f.IJ Free bus to and from all boats aud trains. When at the State Capital stop at The Olympia E. N. TUNIN, Proprietor. (Formerly of the Carlton House.) Olympia, Washington. W. S. ELLS, SIGNS Gold, Aluminum and colored letters In any style—on Glass, Wood, Tin, Canvass, etc. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Shop on 11 street, opposite II tel Pacific. TIME CARD FOR STEAMEII RANGE It, Carrying U, S. Mail BETWEEN IIOQI'IAM AND OYIIUT. TIKHDAY, THUItSOAY, SATURDAY. Leave Aberdeen ,7 :.'!0 a. m, " Hoquiam 8:30 a. m. Arrive Oyhut 10:30 a. ra. Leave Oy hut .12:00 in. " Hoquiam 2:00 p.m. Arrive Aberdeen 2:30 p. in. Fur Freight and Passage, apply on board. 11. A. BENHAM, MASTER. SteaiWoodSav Our wood Haw has been fitted with a new engine, and is now prepared to saw all wood offered, promptly. Prices as low as the lowest. Paggnge delivered to all parts of the city. All kinds ot hauling done. First-class livery rigs. O. L. CRAIN, Tel. 193 Liter? and Transfer Stable. Cor. F and Hume Sts., Aberdeen. VESTIBULED TRAINS DINING CARS! TIME CAWP-ABEIfPEEN. DEPART. Kast and South 8:35 a.m. „ . I 8:00 a.m. Hoquiam ] 8:15 p.m. Comno|iolia and Ocosta 8:50 p.m. , ARRIVES. East awl South 8:18 p.m. ■ _ I *'•<*> »-m. Hoqulam j BS.I p.m. Cosmopolla and Ocotta 8:15 a.m. Gkt Permit at Ticket Ofmcb ron "PULLMAN FIRST CLASS AND TOURIST SLEEPING CARS. Change Cars'! Nay! Nay! Not if you go east on the St. Louis Special. The St.Louis Special runs through from Portland to St. Louis with out changes or delays of ANY kind over the shortest and best line from Northwest to Southeast —Northern Pacific from Portland to Billings. Mont.; Burliugton Houte, Billings to Lincoln, St. Joseph, Kansas City and St. Louis. Thro' sleepers. Thro' tourist care. Thro' chair-cars. All meals set veil in Ask any Northern Pacific ticket agent about, the St. Louis Special. Or, if you like, write us for in formation about it. M. P. BENTON. Agent. 103 Pioneer Square, Seattle, Wash. O.RIN.CD. DEI-ART TIME SCHEDULES Arkivk Chicago Salt Lake, Denver, Ft. 4p. m. Portlaud Worth, Omuha, Kan- Special sns City, St. Louis, 9:15 a.m. Chicago and East. Atlantic Salt Lake, Denver, Ft. 7 a.m. Kxpress Worth, Omaha, Kan -9 p. in. sax City, St. Louis, Chicago and East. Spokane Walla Walla, Lewis 8:10 a.m. Flyer ton, Spokane, Mln 6p. m. neapofls, St. Paul, Duluth, Milwaukee, Chicago and East. 8 p. m. OCEAN STEAMSHIPS 4 p. m. All Sailing dates sub ject to change. For San Francisco— Sail every 5 days. Daily Columbia Rivar 4 p.m. Ex.Sunday Staamara. ExSunday 8 p. m. Saturday To Astoria and Way 10 p. m. Landings. fiß.m. Willamatta Rivar. 4:30 p.m. of#f|m cjtv Nfiw . Ex.Sunday berg, Salem, Inde pendence and Way- Landings. 7 a.m. Willamatta and Yam- 3:30 p.m. Tucs.Thur. hill Rivara. Mon.,Wed. aud Sat. Oregon City, Dnyton, * ud Frl and Way-Landings. 6 a.m. Willamatta Rl»ar. 4:30 p.m. T »mi T s.,V ir ' Portland to Corvallis aud Sat. and way-Landings. Bnd Frl - Leave Snaka Rivar. Leave Riparia Lcwiston 3:45 a.m. Riparia to Lewiston. Dally Daily. 9 a. in Time Card. STR. HARBOR QUEEN. Leave For Time Moutcßano Hoqulam 7:30 a. m. Cosmopolis " 8 .45 A. M. Aberdeen " 9:15 A. M. Airive " 9:45 a.m. Hoqulam Coamopolls 10:00 a. m. Aberdeeu " 10:30 A.M. Arrive " 10:45 a.m. Coamopolls Hoquinm 10-45 a. m. Aberdeen " 11:15 a.m. Arrive " 12:15 p.m. Hoqulam Montesauo 12:30 r. M. Aberdeen " 1:00 p.m. Cosmopolla " 1:30 p.m. Arrive 3:00 P. M. Monteaano Hoqulam 3:00 P. M. Conmopolla " 4:15 p. M. Aberdeen " 4:45 p.m. Arrive " 5:15 p.m. Hoqulam Monteaauo .*6-30 p. m. Aberdeen " 0:00 p.m. Coemopolis " 0:45 p. m. Arrive •' 8:00 p.m. TIMK CARD, Steamer T. C. Reed. In Effect September 17, 1000. LEAVE FOR TIME Iloquiam. CoHmopoli* 7:15 a in Aberdeen Cosmopolls.. 8.00 a m Cosmopolls .Westport 8:30 a m Aberdeen Westport 9:00 a m I'oqulam Westport 9:30 am Arv Westport..... 10:45 am Westport Montesano 11:30 a m Hoquiam Montesano 1:00 pm Aberdeen.. Monteiano... . 1:45 pm Cosmopolls Montesano 2:00 p m . ..Arv Montesano... 3:15 pm Montesano Uoqulam 3:30 am Cosmopolls Hoquiam 4:30 pm Abeideen Hoquiam 5:00 p m .. Arv Iloquiam .. 5:30 p m Connects with stage at Westport to and from South Bend. BACK AGAIN. FRED REDINGER, Shaving \ Haircutting. "OUR HOUSE" BARRED SHOP. North aide.... Heron, bet. F and G streets.