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Vol.. 1.
Wm. Plnkerton, the Great Detective,
Hot on Their Scent.
Has Been Trailing the Gang From San Fran
cisco Towards Pugel Sound Other
Detectives Also at Work.
On* at ih* shrewdest gangs of counterfeiters who tsars worried th*
•Treasury ..racial* for many year*, are now operating on th. i'arirto
coast, and their headquarters ar* somewhere between Han rrsncls. and
•teat!l. It ta claimed that one or mne members of the gang may be In
■eattte or the near vicinity, aa much bogus money has taltty been found
tartulaiing here. .For some time lb* Treasury depairtmenl has ha! sev*"
*ral of it* »hr..s Lai detective* .1 work on th* as. and sensational de
■reiopments are expected within a short time.
T* 4* *»*—* anresun. »d exclusively **v*ral day* i|<t lha! William Pinker
.on th* prince of detective*, would be la Healll* Sim» time next week.
presumably for pleas • Today In for ma was received thai Sir
Pinker-—, has been turn morel from lh* Bast to delve Into Ih* sea-rets of
th* counterfeit.r*. ttflMswMßMHsOßt
Several *•**• «■*•*» ■»- J - Wtlki.. th. star of ih* l'ntir-i Hi at** Secret
tervi- department at Washington, who has lust created the greatest
sensation of modern police aansls by the unearthinc or the stupendous
Ini.rn*! ~>ae*u. frauds at l'h.:*d*lpttta. arrive! at Han Francisco. It*
teas also sent out from th* Ileal to try to run down th* counterfeiter*
. It happen*.! that both W'llkle and Plnkerton were al Kan Francisco at
th* same tirae. and with the ski of*-—-rial agent (leorge llai.n. snd ths
•lever Hen PYsn.'».■ • agent p.- s,, several days wer* stent irailing 'tuts,
but they I "in I their match In the subtle syndicate of .-or.i». her. who
•r* flooding ■ the roast with bogus .._* dollar sad halt dollar tola*, ao
perfectly f»»_ lured that they pass as genuine through the bank*, to far
the quartette ,af sea-rat service men hay* i—en baffled.
Mr Wllkl* I* alas expected In Heal lis. perhaps , a*xt sreek. IB com
pany with Mr. I'mkrrton < Ho far ssran be learned. II I* s**am*d thai the
eenißi.rr.Ming bend hat* become *mhold*t_*4 by Ihelr sure***, and have
recruited their rank* with Ist clever Bole plat* counterfeiters, who were
recently released from Eastern prison*. The band may be near Seattle,
or for that matter. they may be la the (Its
i'l with GOLD m
Th* first Klondlsrs to corns down
from Dawson this season arrived last
arming on th. steamer City of Se
attle. They had with them a large
•apply of ih* yellow treasure, which
waa contained In big* and grip
•arks. ". Th* exact amount at Ihe gold
la difficult to aaeertatn , Purser v.. T.
Pope estimates It -at S3SO.«*O while
E. C. Allen, proprietor of th* Daw*
■on, Nugget, who came dawn on ih*
Beauts. fixes the amount at sSSB.Btt.
Th* Klondike-* cam* out from
"Dawson on th* river steamers Flora.
Canadian and Columbian. Th*
Flora waa the fir*! vessel to make j
.a* voyage, arriving at While Horse
Jun* S. Th* other two steamers fol
lowed In the Flora's wake, and ar*
rived la port a day later. Each of
Ih* boats carried a big crowd of
Sawaontu* with a large amount of
gold, According to persons return
ing from lb* north. Ihe Flora car
ried fully SlMi«*o» th* Canadian near.
ly twice that amount, and th* CM*
gmtiin a similar sum.
Th* majority of the Klondike- s; '
hay* . been working on Kldor.d"
creek, one ', of ' the most famous
stream* at th* Klondike.< All !h*
claims located on this stream are.
producing large amount* of gold.
• Purser Pop* . efflr* aboard th* .
Seattle was a veritable treasure
vault. Forty-six pas«*rtg»r* depos
its! In bis rare tucksktn sacks and
hand satchels containing gold dust.
net*. <2t*. ' and .I^.ooo was i
stor.d In his department. In many
of the staterooms large amounts of
gold were also slowed.
P. W. Wood, of Newcastle. Wash.,
who waa among th. Klondike-.. bas
b*»n working on TJonsnxa rreek. If*
slal.a that Intl. work Is being don*
helots Discovery, hut that above that 1
place there is rr.ai activity, and lh* ..
claims ars making fin. development*. 11
It. p. Burn* tt* awarded .son
damages by a Jury in lulg- Jacobs'
court late yesterday sfternoon. He
claims lhat th. North "Amtrlcan
Trading a Transportation company
damaged inn, to ihe amount of ISO!)
»>y falling to land him st Dawson
City at a certain specified urn.
-_teSß_s*l* lias
A. D. Smith, a laborer who recent
ly cams from Denver, reported to po
,llce headousrters last night thai he
(hsd been robbed of III) m |h« Hlg
tVonsnxa saloon. When Smith was
Lr-*rrh.d he sllll hsd IIS In hla pos*
I cam. from Daaver, reported la po
* head«|iisrt.r. last n | K) ,t ■!,.,, hi
d h*»n r..td,. d mt Mo | n 11,
msnti sal.,on. Wn.„ g, „|, - M
arch.d he it;ll had 113 l„ hla bob*
* . *
■ Th* well known English seller,
■ell S.. owned by K. H. ,„,,, _]
-combed to poison y*xt*rilay. The
■ng nrsi took 111 Thursday, anal C. H.
indall. th* well known dog fancier
t called. The two men worked
versl . bou r* i .a,lh Die dog, ,_,,
ought they had counteracted the
ison. but a sudden change took
nee, and th* animal died, Nell S.
When he left, the miners were work
ing rockers on th* bench.*, and most
of th* best claims on MM creeks had
Just begun sluicing, II- also says
thst Dominion cr**k is making good
A P. Allen echo has been working
oa Eldorado for a year or more, re
turned on the Seattle. He rtale* that
the .id output will be much greater
this year than thai of last. More
new claim* hay. been opened, and
experienced miners ■■ are - working
•hem. The supply of gold on these
clan— I* .on. '..red prsrHrslly In*
exhaustible. Within th* next month
he say* the really large shipments nf
gold will begin to arrive from the
In lh* cabin of Prof. Lippy, on
his claim No. 17, Eldorado. Is said
to be stored toot) pounds of the yel
low metal. It Is the result of th.
spring operations ,
Following ars th* Klondike's who
placed Ihelr goM In th* keeping of ;
Purser Pope: W. E. Trevarro. Wm.
Tuitl*. Ls lluller, W. J. Darling. '
Wm Osrrell, J H. Mr Knight. F. W.
Ward. M. Souch*r*su, Mrs Areht.
bald. C. W. Chapman, I. Morris, W.
Rodger*. J K. hearts Jessie Knery, '
Mrs Hal-. Wallac*. Days Burton.
Jo. r-iarher, F. J MrQued*. Dr. Day. ]
is. T. P..Sl*fin. Archl. Allen. IVm. :
Morrill. Frank Fox, O. Maimers, 1..
A. Mason. M. P. Peterson. A. J.
Huntington. Jo* Ileckman. It, Sler*
rymont. It Met mar. Thomas Olllls
ple. J. I' 'lonaale*. F. A Khali. J
L. li»ah-r, A. J. Krom'iuH.!. J. W.
Raymond. 0 Shea. O. Odin, le.wla
R. Shorte.n K. J. Trevarro. T. J. !
nyrne, J Hutchinson, ft. Olbson. 8.
Msgnlsen. I!. It'dints.
At S o'clock this sftrrnoon ther*
had been 51 dep'fsit* made st th*
„..av .me.. Th. sum aggregated
WMH ll__Gß__i
I hsd * long Use* of bench winnings,
•and came from royal blood.
Park Commlsaloner Choir also
state* In th* report thst h» has t.ili j
en Hi- task of pi.icing statuary In
th ■ diff-i' i.i parka, ins* lbs money
will be obtained by firlval" sub-nip- |
Hon*. II" slate* that the H. i. ltlsll
residents of Sealllc ar* In favor of i
a 110.000 slaiile of the poet Hums. I
The German r.is|i|e|ils hay* express
eal a desire, of having the statu* at j
Schiller *nd Ooeto* rrecteat, the Kng
lllsh niadStOßß, and the Irish llot.'it
. * s
| In th* est* of F. «'. Sharkey
■against the Part Illskeley Kill com
jpnny In Ihe federsl court yeslerday
aflertnitin, th* Jury decided In favor
| of Ih* plaintiff by granting him |C«7O
I Several r—ldents In Hi-- neighbor
hood of Jsfftrson .Ir.el. from Third
| avenue to liroadway, have filed an ,
I .. ....rfmrew'MtsiMMaaJwt-aMfeatsa..-■■
ippeal to the superior court against
I th* re aatrasm. lit of lh* above
• • •
Isaac Teller ha* been appointed
special eels peMeamaa to (111 Ih*
vacancy mad* by v. dismissal of
! Officer Donty, •
• * •
A l- llll.m attain* thai an ordinance
Ibe ens. i. I to prevent snd prohibit
Hie emission of dense smok* frum
sny tin.ike at* .. and rttltnney, and
to declare Ihe emission of den**
smok. eliliin Ih* city limits of Pa*
sill* a nuisance, was lilcl wllh llir
alt> clerk Hi's mm nin« Th* petition
«*• slglle I by in mv of lie In, litis
' business in,-i, of Kettle.
Howard Prart-nraugh. a yrning boy
II years old. redding at SIS Third ay*
rime, wa* reported la. the police tht*
morning as missing from his home,
l.*i*r In the day lis as as fun. I s*leep
In on* of ihe i.-.tns In sb sdjalnlng
house, having gain* into th. wrong
door on returning; from ths show last
evening,, ■
• * •
! Park Commissioner M. Choir filed
a report t.slay In regard to the ptaor
ctml.ti'. of th* perk deji.irtn.etu A
portion of tb* report read, s* fol
lows: "I'srk Commissioners Chopin,
i as in.li Williams and t-unberg hay*
held a meeting, and the re.uli was
discouraging. The reimmlf alonrra ar*
i highly Indignant at the Ink ■' of".
rial power."
He .1... state* that lh* pioneers of
Seattle should erect a rials* of
th* Chief of Heat He.
• • •
Th* money to be used will be ral»*
ed by public subscription. The park
commissioners also t—n*v* lhal ih.
council should grant them legal p-w
* • •
' Mayor Humes received a letter of
Inquiry from P. T. V'l'.iush of 111 j
tlroadway. New York, askingr for in.
farmall-.ii «on<<r'iir._ Ihe where
abouts of lie-lira J. l>unwm*dy. who
1* aupi«i*r.i to be a retldent ot this
. . *
Th* (Iran! Street n*-rlrie Hallway
rompany will • ».n place a row of
sests around triangular park al the
junction of |st*cnnd avenu* and Wa.
l.r way. They Intea. Ie pier* the
•.sis there a* Boon a* -ermi.sion I*
gTsated by th* aft**.
Mrs. t.u.U* A. Stelntyr*. a wilt
know* resM.ni of *l*a tile 11-! a' h*r
home, til Tempi, street, of rsneer.
this mornln*. Mr* M.lniyr* was
ih. »if. of Peter Mainly—, aad ihe
lush' •' C. It. iv. .tun. They
hare resided In Heattla for SB year*. !
• -••--■'•
A building permit wa* Ittued Inday
lo Mr* Aiii.it 11. King lo build a
two story frame residence at Ill*
Sltteenth avenue tn coal !'...**..
The funeral taarvlce* over th. re
mains of tiewey llushy were held
from Itor.r-y A Ulewsrfs chapel st
It o'clock this morning.
... * • • • .
, The remains of fieri. August D,
Ksuit —II be shipped to Washing.
ten, O. ■" this afternoon by Mutter
worth * Bona, where they -—ill Is* la.
lered In Ihe Nation .1 cemelery a i Ar
lington park. Hen. Hauls diet In
this .-Ily H»pi* m Her S. U*»V Th* re
main* w.r.- then interred tn l-ake
View cem*l*ry. A* II it provldet
that all army officials shall be tinned
in th* Nslle-nsl cemetery, th* re
main* of flcn. Kant*, who bore th.
till* of major-general I retired, st th*
time of hie drain, were taken up. and
Iconsequently sent Ba»t.
* * *
j The following m*rri»s. license was
ls.in-1 today: Tn Joseph Sfathlson.
| age IV and lill.n Nelson. a*e SI. both
of Kingston.
. . .
I/als K. Mol, a Nor-rvgltn, was
admitted In rltlt»nshrp by Judge
field this morning.
. . .
Jills. J«. ob. today *en!*ncrd P.
Slartis snd P. Richards lo fit* years
st hard work In the peidttnllary for
highway robbery.
* * *
teitrl d* 1/ib.l and .wo daughters,
of Pari*, are at the duller, en rout*
to Dawson.
* . .
John Minn, an experUnced mining
man of Han Frsnrlsrr.. gave a short
talk at the dealt!* Mining exchange
this afternoon "peaking of Wash-
Inst..i, future, h* said he had left
aSn Francl*co for a better field, and
he was quit* sure Senilis was the
pi*.-. "A year's work In Ihl* slut.
lead* me lo the conclusion thai
Washington I. the coming center for
gold and - upper mining, and there la
nn reason in th* world why Seattle
should not be th* exchange cenler
for the whole region."
s . .
T. Tamisnha. a Japan.*** who Is
li* 11 I, the county Jail under a mm.
milium! from Ihe tJnliivt Slates coin.
mlssloners' ' .'Met. hn* applied In
Judge Hanfonl for a wrli of lint—"a*
corpus. Al, Ing will Iv had nn
June v Taints*. Is held under
Ih* pauper Imml-rsHon law.
* * .
Joint grsdiiatln* exercises at .eg
held by Ihe Kingston. Houghton and
Joanlia hoots last night, nt th A.
O. I*. W. hall, in Kingston Ther*
w.r. the following seven grmlu.tcs
from the different schools: Arthur
I Wlltenmeyer, nf th* JuanlU school;
Maud O'Connor saw latum O'Connor,
I Hie Houghton school; I " I'lig-r
--i berg, 1.. hi l\ Inlinor*. letur* Tee*.
nrilner, hi..l (lcnrge ll..light', Of ths
it and school.
The county commissioners this af
ternoon swarded Ihe contract for the
construction ■•! the bridge across lh*
Snoqunlmle river nt Novelty la the
Pugeat Sound Dredging company for
SStSO, The ferrytioat cnnlrscl *'"
formally awarded la the H*» is Braa,
s . s
P, Zimmerman, sheriff of Hinihnin
lah county, It at the Btsvans. ',
,ii.v-fe^..^ . ■
For Another Big Fistic
NEW Vi i UK. J una 17,—Jtffrles and
Sharkey wer* matched this sftemaon
In fight SS rounds the Isller part of
October, In the i lull offering the lars
e.l purs*. The •'■■li'lllliina ptcivll*
Ihst Hie winner lakes all Tbs fight
la 111 be ri'.etn. I by ill. el'.llshl
Qusensberry rules Al, Hintlli was:
sareed upon ..s stikehnlder. The re- i
feree will be .li..»eii Mi.ti day, Hid
din* fin* Ihe fight will he ..pet, mull
August 1.. The negotiations were,
conducted by Heady ami o'ltourk*.
Jeffrie* aaa. pi.*, ill st lbs .infer
tncs, snd mid* no secret of his con*
Itdenre In defeating sharker
Last Rites to Memory
of Bland.
LEBANON, m.i, June 17. —The
body of Hon It I* Hiani lie* In
stair at ihe Opera hois., watched
over by •ie I'a'han guard, a Ml* .
hundreds of friends of the great Mil
sourl commoner file sorrowfully past
hi* bl*r. W. J Ilrysn. Senators
<•'erkr.ll and Vest. «lov Stephens,
.-.tlm-. Stone, of Missouri, and other
'distinguish I men. will all.nl th*
, funeral, ahlrh occurs at I.SB -. m.
' today. v __': it* !

MANILA, June -Kvery precau-1
Hon 1* being' ,k to guard against |
th* uneapea-ital return sf th* Fit*
ipino Ira-op* under (Ira. Slot sh. and
a consequent assault on the A inert*
ran oulposla In territory from which
Ihe rebels were driven T.le.l*) A
force of Insurgents is reported lo he
at Still.! an. and a battalia* at lh*
Fourteen!B Infantry has been a*nl
from imu. I" eaith their mov*irt*>ols
nn I to reconnoitre the adjacent iota-
■ •
MANILA. June 17.—Violent vol*
rant," disturbances are In progress in
th* South renirel Islands and Phil*
Ipplns An hipeiiigo Heavy earth
quake shocks have been frit st I alio
A volcano In the Island of N"g-,s
I* In a slslr of erupt,on. and seismic
shocks have occurred In various
Th* peculiar construction of build-
Ings in Hollo and other places affect
ed hss prevent. serious damage
from the shocks.
A Idler ha* been reived hv M,
Kalian, manager of Us. steamer
Humboldt, from Hobi Ilaiighman.
one of tile pilot, of the vessel, stat- \
ing lli.it the Humboldt ran athor* on
Calumet point Thin- evening In
a den** fog. Th* point Is shout li
miles north at t-Wyrrroiir narrow*
Th" let ler .talcs that the Humboldt
was straining In MM wake a. th*
steamer Cottag* ■'■„« vessel
had muni!**! that point. The ..Mo
on Ihe Humboldt's bridge heard a
lil.-iat from the Cottage City's whls
ll*. and change,] his course . thinking
he was nhoiit 1.. pass lhal vessel.
Instead, however, th* ll,i,lit
went ashore. When dia light cam*,
on Invrstlgatlnn disclosed that th*
steamer was resting easily, and In
nil probability stir '• oil.l 1,. floated
wllh Ihe next Ugh tide.
The mtialc-l concert to be given
this evening at Madison park by lh«
Seattle Press club, in in,nor of th*
Canadian etlllors, promise, to at a
in, it, „. and no .in,' should ml*.
It. •I'll.- public Is cordially la. .i ta
1., prrsent. In addition to Mi Jen
nie Houghton-Edmunds, whoso ser
vices 1, iv.- been secured. Wagner's
band will render a splendid program.
Wm. BStt, agent for llalfour, flu-
Ihrlo A.- company at Hand occom.
panics! by hit wife. is at th* Italnler*
, ll.llid.
President Starts on Ten
Days' Trip.
II"! v..KB, Mais., June 17.-Pr*«.
M I. i i.y and parly arrived her*
•h"i altar 10 o'clock Oils momma.
A bis crowd thronasd ih* MaUa* ;
and eieeie.i the president enlhuslas.
ileal))-. The preildentUl party waa
driven to Iks hoin* of H*pre*enlatlv*
Whiilna. whoi* guests iliry will 1.. I
while here
! bfIWtPOM, Eng., June 17 The
Sporting Ufe today ssys nf th* Sloan
episode st ' Ascot, thai Sioan only
picked up a bottle, and that the
1 blows struck war* by • friend of the
; American Jockey. I Th. Time*. how.
ever, confirm* yesterday's slory, and
declares lhat Sloan en-aped arrest
only i.v paying Ihe waiter her as
saulted a hundred pound*..-
<*I_b-VI-.aND. r>, Jun* 17.—Th*
only matter now *tandlng In lh* way
of * *eiii.m*nt of th* iirest-esr
sit Ike is th* proposal relating to the
recognition of th. union The com
pany make, a I proposition Ito deal
with ths men, but refuses to rerog.
Bis* their anion. The strike feeders
• 'line, lhal th* mailer I* on the
verge of settlement. A number of
.(Til* were mail* this morning to
prevent tile running of cars by plai
ing huge boulders on lb* Irsck, but
wrecking wagons soon cleared th*
i wag.,. .- ."'"**"* : _ ....
n am
MANILA. June 17,— trunbaMl
Nspiikte ism* .loan Ihe Past* river
y**lerday from lb* lake, where .he
had been milting. The ofli. .rt re
port lhal on June 10. whit* Oeneral
heal .n was engaging lh* rebels
near Tagulg. a flanking party of
Filipino* was discovered creeping
along under the rover of Muff.
The Filipinos did not discover the
N*pi lan. which was ihl. to *t*am
withm SAO yard* of them, when she
opened a tire with all of her gun*.
The Insurgents were rut down like
chaff, and those who strap*.l Injury
fled in disorder. Th* Napldan un
doubtedly saved Wlimton's troop*
from » serious Onak altack. Afler
proceeding down Ih* lake far a short
distance, Us* Napldan annihilated the
Filipino supply train. Still further
down «he destroyed new barracks
containing SOO Insurgents. A land
ing party found nearly to dead and
many wounded. JfiCMWstHl
LONDON, iiir June 17.—A dis
patch from Pretoria »ay» that seven
Hrltlsh warships have entered Ny*
ark at th* entrance to Hektgoa bay.
The report I* not connrmed.
PARIS. June -President Isnubet
today held a conference with Melln*
Hoiivl.r and llrisson. relsllv* to the
formation of a new cabinet. The
former M premier at on* time.
College Professor Indicted
OsAteBBDURO, HI.. June 17.— Pro
fe.. r 1.1...1 Willis, until a few d*y*
go teacher of elocution at H.dding
college, Abingdon, was today Indict -
.1 by lh* grand Jury on charge of
burglary. The young man I* the ton
of a prominent cltlxen, ami. II I*
•aid. entered ths home of Prof. rush.
Ing. of Knot college, and Hole man
uscript* and books. It is said ihsi
Willis has fled.
When the Elephants Pranced
the Mayor Was Glad and
Lewis Sad
I Mayor Hume* took In the circus
Isat night. So did Hon. Jam.. Ham
ilton Lewis. Neither gentleman
in iI. any pretense of bringing Ihe
children, but est on opposite aides of
il,,- let, and maintained the political
equilibrium of the .evening. When
the elephant-, gnu to prance, the
. mayor looked vastly pleased, «• taped
all) when the elephants at a banquet
table demanded "more pie." A* for
. .Imiii's Hamilton, he looked anxiously
several times towards the menngerle,
and Is reported to have Bab* I why
Ihey did not bring the tiger* In for
political purposes to offset ths ele
C, D. Topcl. manager of Ihe fan
adian I'sciric at Vancouver, loft for
in,me today.
We Bid for Your Business
On tin* merit of our merchandise. A new offer In
Dinner sets— English semi-porcelain, (4 pieces,
they are worth $<>— Monday we sell them for $„9>.
Glass Water Sets—pitcher, six glasses and tray, 85c
1215*1217 e«e«Bd Attn** -
*~* a — -nr aa iC-_-w_>*
(.lass, Wallpaper, Etc.
Third and Pike. STAR RAIINT CO.
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£ ■- * %. i km oi j
ii Groceries, Wines and Liquors \
< 502 Pit.* Strut, eorscr Fifth. *
*. W.rtS*. ** harfl a ..nefc nt .etc, nil islllnrnls (t-ortm*) -lar*ts sp-l whits *
i .In., tint. ..I laia ).«,, lsyjl. M 1„. hearts*. lo Ssst. sn ol I l-.r. in 1.--I tj
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Painless Dentist.
*** Beat Ttetß. «« « »Iv Held I us*., BLOB. ; Sir*, rttllagi, M* o* "__"
V '""l * rillliits, 11 .*' up A Sat y.-*r,' ru*r*a'e- wttk all earrg —_RJ
mm* HOP "..wars' t* a***** • sdlnj saythiaj bat lir.t-il.ei <y .
. Mat trial la th* abet* mark. .
*** _ "•— MM Half., Bslldlsg. Telephone vts'n an •**•*•'
2*9^ Oh ! What a Difference
s_f_**^**"e*tN \ I Any 111"!*! list liven Initial
_„_ , SffOa ,'* I *-» li.ii.lbrlsi. steal . -
f/^jar^ |*_V** **Al US Tkty ktes stood Ills test *i •*•'
***** I l_C\\ Pt.' We Oi.*r*nt*o Th ß m
■g""^ „y"-"" *■■ Bacaa<'*t»>?aaV Calaa.Ha St.
**_!** Hits *detnr*d la i nee. from II to ft* par mat Oar priest art Hill
_**as~B k... ft alette* at ail pi Ice* "
\_T 7Q* rir.t Avsrtu* -JEWgUER
Learn to Ride a Bicycle
Auditorium Bicycle Riding Academy
XHirrl Aye. atrac. BielSldiaora at
__Nh_J I BPtfli*Va\ Tb* rami een-Htre <-nr«n t>f erne* In tbe lv,l- ft el rail*.
t*ttsU \ ini-K u-aMe In tbeae Oar* for 16* r**tlef of effe<!-tlrt Tl.i'.-s
/_•**■/-» v M _^_^_^* 1 >UI v^uir-ment for th* .it>tullvD of jrour order* it tU« v-»*.
A ""A* *-T^--IP^ •> ll*el> .an >>• fuund *n*r«rriere.
*4a^-B *-, ■■ s-^*-" 11. CLAY KVRIUMII.R. o r t!r-Un. T7- rim -.re.
A Nest-Egg. Sure Enough.
Th* glowing r*|vc.rl* which com. to tie from th* ".liver
Creek HM Mining Company's mines sr* exceedingly grati
fying. The ore bodies aire every promise of widening am ■
rlepth Is male and Ihe gold, silver snd copper values gel no
less Kvldenlly the filter Creek mines sre destined to have a
• world-wide reputation.
W* have been earnestly urging you to buy this slock, be
cause we hsv* slwaya had great confidence In th* property.
Pis year* ago w* male a careful examination and at that
tlm* entered Into an asreement to promote the development
of th* claims, but hard time* knocked v* out and w* had lo
let go. Th." present owners are careful business men snd
eaperiente.l miners, so that the management la all that
could If- desired. ,v - i({
Ily the wsy. 7 cents Is a very low price for this stock;
a little bit more alrength and s cent* —_* tr the figure*. ..'
JOHN E. McMANUS £ SON, 918 Second A.d.ms
s-fT l-jl.'l r» ft*-***-' Such as the Romans Indulged In
t"**?_ lyn'*'t^fc^.*" * e*n '"' reveled In in a modern bath.
J.—e-t- Tfn_ V\V "t""i"_rtW ____ * '""'o. **'«•!> tilled up with porcelain
1 -_ft\_~- ~<: '"'' ' ' ho,v"' t'.ih. tiled walls and
•—7—•TTT"^.. eaiylSy-t^-Jy'SM^Jr" ",1"" *"'* *SP°»crl plumbing. We
*-__3"- l»V^*, If J J^l_ra- \rm^ "'" f,< *'"' "I 1 , *,a'nroom such a"
*"1 1 J C . ITiBV . "__"I%J laurullus never laved himself In, with
"ill |j_i-^ ■<n___. | ft^g*. all th* motlern Improvements snd
-ar*" *___*. ''' -**ea|fy9 conveniences, at prices that cannot
■ _*j_..-e*ar"'"*',., .a. , '*3s\*a,' .miteled With.
• :'^^^^F^-^^^ ,■:.• Csr. Third Aye. and Sorinij St.
*>s^»-*.CJs»«**<S.s ,>"".....,„,-. Thoßsßußin.
Everybody Don't Know W*a Soil.. V"*'
But you do. Also Hammocks, Croquet Sets, etc.
COON BROS!, 1417 Saoond Aye*.
Just Opened ___■_■_
LsttelCkritty lit! rsclory. London. Englsnd.
Ths only plsce In Ilia rile lo hive your hit made to order tad rtpslrtd by rrtctlcal
I'nlun llsl'.si. a.a.m. I I'lrilareuus Mid lulomtresf.
NO. 117.

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