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The Seattle post-intelligencer. [volume] (Seattle, Wash. Terr. [Wash.]) 1888-1914, November 02, 1888, Image 2

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er. ltlnr is 1*
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jpim 11 ir ir rate of wagg* m Wasbir.jr
(on Territory *wM *i»* to ti« i«»i
of Uk rate i» Brttieh < oJbm&u
iMi'in Hjst* to M«n (k» '«t thai
Ire# trade is Uiwber, *hij»gie*brick
wool end bailing »Urti*, a»
by the Dewocrmti! Mitt* l WU. *lil **
move the only barrier to free and an
rewtn-tt-iJ aomiarT't in the prioraipwi
prodwt* of tfc* torrttory. Th« tnrrft
mUt rtcuit mmt M»«* *•#»» >•
fr»Ua&v- lerritorji «i» fo <"
fislilft kjj4 UfVrfi*- »tH ftj ttfft of
opewiivn
DUAfiftntrftte to bi'» (bt »*'"t tliat if
b> b>< dutr *> * ' itlirti '«f tb« torritOry
to
IliiU bill, uxi tixt b* < ui do Uii» '«lr
by votiar tbc BvimUk-aa t>. k«t an
ktit
VMS CHKUI IMCUIIO* A«T.
Tbe UraKxTftt* vith tb»ir uttuU
|r upetjoU) fc.r i-Uirarajr nwythlm.
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credit <A p*MH«K U« »»» ««• rtri»-
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bot bora w lorif tanrr lint irt »»■
pud tb».t tajr iateUicent rotor en
ktK ah mi'uh fur (orfattiti! tb» fir
«i it* b«t u«*
DetMM-titf irmdty btipr that tix-jr may
attract a lr» *ato* W daimiac tfcf
tew «a a purely Unw rn'r awn
and by kvrpiti/ tip lit> rteioi * ith a
Mtffi.urot aenuu<i«uiiusr:it <A tkiuc ub
IB a'trr th» atartkHi
Tb« farti •knil'i mtf l» Jurjp>turi
Ttw < bstM"* «tHuni<>n l"ti «a« Intro
4ar«t intheliifiK* o< itjmf!«iUti»»*
by Kintt of I'rfiMn Itatita ibr (rwnil
and BiouthpMN-e uf frMid«f)t Ctore
buid it wa* puwl at utw-a «itl««ut
rrfrrm * to a ooHiuittof. ltopnbilcaiM
am) UattWHrat" aiik» *otln|t (or it. It
tfarn went to tbr Arnatr wbrrr it M>
|»«*>i ulnto-t a* pro«ii>tly. Senator
{Hair, boaover. uurroi a rvom«Mera
Uon of the vote by wbii b tbc bill wa*
yamil. an<t with thia Ukotion pending
the senate adjourned
llefore Mr. Blair's motion cattte up
in the senate I'remUnt Cleveland bail
ehangfi his mind, lie no longer
wanted to hive the bill f«sred Mis
Mend* and repivM-ntatires in the sen
ate, wb<> bail supported the hill on it* 1
original passage, now opposed it bit
terly, the opposition being led by Ken
atortiornian of Maryland, wbe more
than any other senator b regurde<l a
the niouthpiere of the president. In
•pile of their opposition to the bill,
however, the senate refused to renin
aider the vote by whirb i". bad lieeu
passed, (in this te-t vote all t>ut three
of the Repuiiliran senators voted for
the bill, anil ail but four of the IVaio
cratk senators voted against it.
Among Uio«e who vote 1 against it wa«
•very senator who Is re. ogmied a« a
fapresentative of the administratioii
t leveland however, was not yet
ready to cease his efforts to prevent
the passage of the bill. A motion was
made in the senate instructing the
president of the senate to hold the)
v bill and not to permit it to reaih the
president. IngalK, the UepuMU-an
\ president of the senate, however, die- j
lT*gari!r«i thi« motion and sent the bill
back to the boU*e of representatives,
where it bad originated Here Kep
(•seutatlfa hdbum, the Itemoeratii
chairman of the huuse totuinittee on
mgreasod hill-, again to
Wtt'k Its passage by lefu-ing to rejsirt
li Ui the prv-idenl. Thi- game
toile,l through the efforts of the He
pubiii-ans. the bill fliutUy mm bed the
pre-l.lent Mr llevelaiid bebl It for
eight days and ut last - -tinl it r>
luclanllv, Iwing fort el iw do so by tin
representations of Use managers of
the ltenux-ratic eanva-v who were
(earful of the effects of the veto
The exclusion bill «a, not a I >ent<i
creti-' measure, an 1 it Is- .ime a la* in
apite of the sCrenoous op|SMitM«n of
the lVims ratk senator- and of the
iiH-rei, but no lc - »ire:ui»»u- optsv
sition of I're uleni ( evi.id
IP Ct.RVKI.tNU Iti Kl tirtKD
U unirtr ( kvrliuil >r* ,J jr ( •
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•Iktfhrr 1 Vm.<rat h.> »
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and ilvl IHm.s-'m t In f4».» .\t thru. thru
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rial dlivttl Itkr dH >t««. Hij.l thru * . i ,n«l
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trtr*..
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in a re<vt.t at Kit >: !,..«• by
Ro««r Mills. Ihr IV . . r.»i: . ..•< • •,
lb* present oiftt p.. ti
IH> the vniimtinni <.j ti-f ! r, u-J
"Uln .-»)■ "aium" tv> that*
fV> tl«- «Orkill£n .;j i>( N't . > ;#•*»!»
Territory say a t Mn
I'o they *i»h "on," «* intr j -„|
anil #klH'nt an.l , '
p>it a Wvri ait:. iU« i.t>» r r.t China
of J»s-ai>, of -
If they <k«, > u
thr Ifcmracratk tU-fcrt n ,.>. f.„.
day
II Ibej- (U» ih>t. k< tbwu drop into
to* UillatUv « xk kt%
«riUn»ut rnaik or
1toti»«»lnf i.r —*r *•«*'» *■* »
mijtint) of IkrvMntf
AC*T«■>• S|B• fSjj «•» «■
(fe» V.btafert. lVdtWMltl*-
;-ijrV-* Wrrttory an fa* jafaa-B— to
As>wu ied»trt»
the free-ti»4* >n|n«»« «f M®».
CtraM and CMfifa.
TW ooij mwKM «T» *•
the ">M te tfae |*ft Bawy leyehfe
cas Mi Mriw II a fosEt to Mt
art;. aad W Uapmm opoc fa* frwad*
ti* lat* tkat it » fawSfaa 4»t u»i ti*l
twi/ vote MMb W tafow tbe
—i «f entry tfce
at *>*tr>f
(•d tW we ««L TUm « i* aS »k*t *
a«wr,
rm trade is laafacr. !r» ufat fa
afc:-c*to» ?me trade is *wt- tr«* trade
fa fafeft.. f j*» trade o> fatttfcmt mmm.
bit tr»<V fa A etiicr <aipMUti Aaaer
kaa - ffatt w «%at tW I«em«-
cr«*» -faS <sif vtiarm H mmj fa
urj* rrlam sa dte Ifantfc *Wr« (tor
pi tt> awetsHßS a datr af * >•»
arftt «• TV* fa per cat. M <*CMI
aafa C- f«r cnt, vr fiir*r trat It I*
par» ixt trade t» (kt
who**- jaduttrt** an rfaaffetcrad »
Irt) r a Trxaa hfafccfaf.
Jsa**ni « «fttrrt»fr muolu fa Bala
to f jwif vej*
wmri *rt£ eaafcaafaa* Tto i»
to ks*« fcec* expartai!. Tb*t cstj wm»
a M« Uarf id darao* fae war
af*S e( tbe fcr*t fa**i of tfa* re
baflfaa aa* tfeN! fa *» «*»«*» Tber*
are «ia» y Or« U>-day rts taaaent the
M ra'i« a»d J«5 !«•»» Wfad
*&ljr be wuuaawari *ift ■» ■•■ fa ea»S
atiSv aa4 » «* Jmw ®
Vtp^UiK
TW Lwk*
yjanflwViff* of tbe Bi'TtiA ir**«c*sasdSst
grelitf KlaAwKr Pb*tp# lot p***fKrri if
• *e*<dJ to liekfAl racaß.
Tte*. of ctnfic. i* aafflß*
is no MWifr is tbr M«in."ia*oa
affair tban b±* wenawor wvaid i*. ar. J
V! A vert dmaaded tkai h* **-
(jJM. ouf ar?»«id be
£«d is itrfwria* to acrredrt a mcieter
to tW fWift ui i*L
TUe «rc tbr®'
M>}V(H bdtntf <ft*T tbf UMU
fbt M'ifcWam® Mttf wm »»
loiJ* tfiiV It mutter* !;ttie
it van or rt<»(. H» Refmbiinsa ltt*«
si''tip ttiifrH tbtt (iiftt jßritjf
«ta »uxVm* Cor tbe time4k>c U <lew~
Und and the i'»nt;-b mim*trr '» letter
f*ror&* Uitt Uii-i tiiim i* joitifitd by
Oj*
KrH-ie.4 U*o*e riiftlt 'fvMi ywlenity
in fimtmyUoa vitft the direr
tor*}}ifi* me ttrtr Me**r». Htujlin
and ixwuiia tiiiiiteti m c*tuii4ate* It
i« L*filSy probable that tbe latter wiii
rxm*efit to ran, as he i* alrea«iy a cib
delate for a (ntblic oHlor- <wi the
biMtion ticket for the prcrirate justice
tliip. However, it » baniljr ever .*af»'
to ecHOLftt on »hat a political |»rohibi
tioni*t will do.
Til# fi»ilro»*l lfl»»<t If 4 tk» I'irrol.
v>w York I'wii.
A ttpiug »ouud fwti ?h- elevated rail
r<*6 irat'k Uw*
woralua He op«at-<l hi« C oot*r
iMtUnlv eMr aud MV « mcrrbaui'- *9<M>p{nf
veer oft tbr trark and filioc »oaietiofMt
•*l>w tariff >• « tut" »er«amed tbe |<arn*t
m> aarabiy tbat tb«- m«o *nth tbe file
tiHmtrbt a train »m cornier
•Hetto, old fa** and teattier*. *aJ«i tbe
ivpair man "I'vr brarl y«i, aod I
tbfttfbt I would lf>'k tbr malic nr» aod
ae« If yoti teU tbe tntb If tbe tariff U a
ia». tbeii tbls ote U taied I: Oj- r tlvapa.
Tbe dutf on thvm waa 6 «vMi Mf ymtf
and *0 per real of tbeir va2*»e bel*** i«WSL"
Tbe Lam* viaked at ttae di*ta»t tower
of tli* tfnxjklva bridge aod reiterated. "Tbe
tartlT t* a ta* "
"Now. mJud ytmr era," rootiuved tbe
trat'k feeder ! kaow al! akowt fiie*. be
raoae J bare a briber at Ml4dW\sw vbo
maka* 'e«i Tbe that w+4 to rwwa
V- '«oado*eu imptxvui to i*m **m 9; 4* a
do«ea aow. aod otbor ktod* ba*« tpk
dooo j»er f*ni And oy hr«Uter fete :*?
l*er rent tooee »a|« (ban tb* Ece' ; »» it Kit
laakert fet t»t. aad dootde tbe *a#*a
the* Mt4 lor bit kJod of vwi ekra tbe
MwtdWton vofU *4aned '
Tbeo jtit <>o! of ta* *»y «4 aa m
proaefeiuf taila. az*4 tlvr jw t finrd ** tbi
eaftoeer. aa tbe ke*aM(lTt rtmi rd Uf.
tbe folkrario* rema*%
"IV tarts L* a ta* "
»4»I«.
OlAtMi-Ii wsttlr. JCofvmber L H the
wlfa *fi B«* (i <ifaad»; a *w&
iiB4HA* -Nvtnsbef I, l^ 4 to tk« wtfeef
* If tirabaw. a *m*
MAKKtICI»
IM» - ai>■»»!» At «aaoa» of
tbc Flrat htthjtrrta# rbareb.
W T . >y Re* * Bfow«.WtJfia«i
itiad«t»>o« k lH<Albion *4 jteattle aud Mar*
Jaw of Fo«'«!:•*.!
N»;W Al>% »KTi«r.xr*Tl.
NOTICE
The firm of smart A { 'oJt U>!bx this
day df«aol%ed, 1 eati »UH be at tbe
oid office, corner Frost au<l ivluoibta
Kreeta.
Thankiiii my former patron* i tntst to
merit a roetaoa of their jva; rvtnair,
t T. SttAKT
Timber Lands.
('HALLOS J»ME:A
aud tiaiain* ihtrir U»t of \aeaot urn
brr lauds
AreMe Batldtag. Fmot
Attention. Harrison Legion.
TV lU£!*f*lU.:< l\ (KiVE IX
ft t*a4«*4 * sutusiMHi
vt»lt tttirai « prffitisf, !t»« M
t»*t. t*» join In tr*».« fit*: r% ;« thJ»
r»mt«{gn Tt>« H>« JUkfcn |t vitr* «ritt
»iw** tti# to»!s®h.:4i *'** b»b Ikrftrtr.r
K'Uca .U' -J t%»
brru rt*«rterr4 t%# tW i*-h *« « *r,J trtll
tare t-,«> Y**) ' «h«rt a? \u.W| j> m
»wkw «*»d «fefe*r *#*••> Mv«|» «bo
WjSl «** »rv In % *« Kt«
K»9*l* &irfcuM»<r h»; it 4 » & m t mh*r*
«tt»l tarts* *e*«t |»>r* r*.« »*- fc*l I* t
t«ra ««»t fwK. W nem
Wf» aik! frfetv-**
T KI*KTES »• D\ IR. lV*"*i»tv. •
Atfefnt J F MuifcK. *v■• r*j%r*
For Justice of tho Peaco
v < >*ri: i•'< >ic
JOHN B. DENNY.
Prohibition Candidate.
For Constable,
IHRKftJN> *\ \ v » t
. ** itOMtft n# «4k%;
• A . • -r tfc.,- IttMNt II t&« I
* t»»»; •■ > r- a ' »-i • ~,
»oii\ w nrxt
Block 85,
MiiuHMbi •! Milr.
KoK SAI.i:.
J5 I** 1 ** *(***. * ••*' •■* to «■»>■
MKyrw** f ,; 4 fr4 , I
IWIIIIIi Kt .»■*'•
BOOTH & BRISCOE,
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V c*fcrt- b<MU«.
A.E.C. at ;X.
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Wa *T* » - f j-rno* *# own*
•MM!t;Mi!ne>aR4UNL A*
«r>» OT*TT«. tdht
irAirm>-«TC*na»-a jnuxarw
»» «r » iiall tA» K tot wmt wtm ■
' *wb—ter hh*t asa rw* aw«**
\\- imi- n A MAS w «o» *»
11 iiMinß « ntwnw 4a •m. «mea
•e Bwanwt «•<«. t* a* fcaatoaavcr a
MMrtox'i aAne TW W ■'. nterwr
rtm W- tfwrfc. *Afa-Wi A A . «teH «g*e
W 4 tTt "~. ll ) t^
T%rm-imm teacaiaiaaafc. MHmim X. •-
• tana v B C. A. «uti<
L|- ISTEJU- «*NV*T*E*T *T A LAJTT
* * rMaafeer *M! 44j*at.
ounur T*~r4m»4 r «tao
\m- A TOMnriw* A* KAXMBG
V* M *c ««•**»«< «-
to! ■. a iwkMr ar vMovcr wsfe
«ar ar vw ,ij»re >.-r Sp- I"4 A*flsw
»«t «al*r*.»ara. j«t
u'DRBMrr a ncrms* *»> if
»» tr-.inAitf *xi Hna*y. • ajtAfirm i*
urr Mlat Sto Tewwarr hMmm tftZF!
m. aa»«<fc«.
iri*rc>-«rr'inos AT rotEMes
» ' In in ■ll fjJ •»««• ***** ■» «*#eet
xtim-m* W *.
*m*A*T*i»~A uuwßrjeiTME MK>V
Y\ , „iir I jkMnv XK IIMT
HO.J* WASTED.
... _ .. Jk— ... ■
\l' 4.* tE- * MAS T»> jtfJfcJCIT
M feir.iurT mart :<»t meS* wwi»
■MSM übera» r MBS&sees**3«l Ap
*> *T M- > t -TA■» < tt> Mi Fi—t it
\«-» a* »r>v auuc
»' -.Jwr B>w wa®r» M « «m* urn.
ifplf •CKitAT fTiViiiEi*. WSFiwas
*r ~r~rt
triXTH'-m *r>> TO «■ tS 35
n W-./» A*p'* _3*«<iair-' H
ivttr a tifct. tom' «;urt*a «awi
ii-AVTIJ»— A liitti
'» ti'iui«< H'Jr pdnp —< f*T
to njati BIK. ■ I'I'KIL MB
fan*- ■'««». tew.
ii itra. - * njwu» >tai
*» wmtorrtx >b UTZt.- memc *» i
"X riw>
\i -a*toj caai is auu fam^t
>' IM mm «i «•"■> -wWi OMi 4 toM ,
roak uu
Fv»* Mix-ioroi ato una akt
MT? oi «tj. K««twru:* tetlW
imfrr "ifcoK 3«mw fx*«flrr
Unt*4 'z.U rv*t. :t, guud H- T
Tl*X ACO , v> «asf». Xw*rtocc*s Skwi
y-jfttrf «'-omMoerr tsi mad Jm/rkmm
IVJ* Ml.l-K!STArRAJ»T: LO-
I* raJity law}ttir«r ftl of L~ H. '»t!F
fITH. Orridfot*] Mftrt
PVifc s., L I>.4E. « HOr 1
I IMMMT. IkxA *>l CoitnUi Xc*- '
»jo of made —oimt* t->rr \» Mikanr. {
Apfriy toowtxT. JEft"VF: M 1
r>»B *AUt~LOT NEAR LAKE rsios,
I *JQtiJb. two dw«J)iun hotim* f*u lot. i
fTif* mm mb. For fnrtber f*ni<n!tft
tu VJft f-omiarrrtai »trcyt
JT B*torw of »t- dfHflNB hoOJ*; »J1
ncv. tteruv blot k» from OeHa«Hal bote!.
• rttfij tmitiiM ill, Howe for rrut. AdWrv##
<» X , tfataoOur
HALS 12 FINE 81/ILDIKG LOTA,
rmtb SxlOO. bctwco K.«lfewßfer «t*-
doa. i) mtoutrs from htttif, ted <>n«
ot>«rt<*r mile {hit wi(t« of W-hIIm-! !'«rk. <
IWrnutiful view "v« r Jut*'- I'mon
soon hr iko tcwrfl>i« by Lake
I'nioo *>t i iperlml rtvmvr. Tbc
ln'» art tw»Mhlrd* cleared ai;>t in feoee, '
an>i level and ready for tmildioe. Price*
for eoroci* |3f<? *a* h, taakle kiU fIT." each,
payable one-qoart«-r rm*h, t»alanct ooe
year af lOtwreeuf X. FHILUFA, Owner,
b H<>)
}»K HAIJE OR TaAt>E-WORK OXEN.
wotk <*xet». or will trade *ame f»>r a *j»au
of barm and tmrk *>re*|*re«> w*z<*u*
U K Dt-KIE. Yf ler'n Wharf
FV»R «A LB-BY OWNER. FIVE 1« RE
Tnu-re armr Lake Wa*bt»CToti. oo iioe
LT#. A E R K . <St« mi>« frtwa
»l*er bottom laod. IM*> yvr acre: em?
jerma. H A S-.tfcii c#ee.
OU? AT ,
!/• - Vf *
r • '* -
FOR REJFT
'pj JtEVT -U y. »4L. FIVE ttO'ltt,
1 rar 38JW jmpr motrtfe. ftsmi
t*«*. »r, M T MmiAi A < 0..
ataic*, rN«rtMtrr I -vsx aj*d J
'p) &0T- 8 •!TmtV OTBBBX,
I T as»C a tafl. tb*
l»y »aii'. *.• >ue i"* '♦wTsyatOT* an
Seewabw n. W fiA# A
7s3\} Ffatd atf**t, cotea 1
'p REST Ft:R VHEI* &OtU« wS
a tbr caat nhfte of eurtA •e.rvte, tetetct 5
FIAe «ud flat' t ait LaAc C nw fa
Wl'fe ulrwt
"pO BB3TT A »«>?>"£ OF FIVE BOOB*
I ewwr flfO aad A4d«rt» F
B<«« Mlkr», 7g : a rt»wa >4
r RE9T-IVO x iCCLY rrtfl»SCli
1 f<io«M for N"Ttb«rMK <•'
xr Ftke and gf life
'i>» RENT Tm > rnL*>an>
1 w<n» is t*r:f ttr batbrnm
frr*- Eifbtb areoed home a»otb of
U ? ftrr««!: Xo. 111.
'p RENT - FTR*!SHfct> ROOIU IN
1 new bow arttb Alt mwdrni Improve
pk*v<t*. 114 Bill itrvrt "*
r RENT -TWOFt'R
m rwnm» Mk
man and wtie A|>pl> at oncv at tlifi
ood
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uutii«d r\«K r tu*!; (varlc »»■' tfc clly
t ail on HARRY K AFFORD rt>om*
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WANTED-TO RENT
11* \NTK|» Mrs V\ RM"IfEI) ROOM
*' v near bMnen center lot sin
cie Kentlt-man. «M:-man«.-ut rt*>mcr. Arf
«»rp« A F . tbta «"»mcc
WANTED A WITH 5 TO ?
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take hewe aitb fentlrmna ani miff Ad
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FINANCIAL.
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IMFOKTABTT
TO INVESTORS
i
• Sid u.<:is ium *i*T v J
it)U Im-tme. rwtt Cmboe S. *-' AUsxan!
arhuaibasar. ooJr I* aalA fro®
f«wsu€i« c 3 r-fcicl cw T%« beat a:-J
pr"v»-«T «*«r othtvL Psiee*
frea ««3C to »i<W>
•3ZOKGZ lk.!arm. i
Oftcv. ComaurOMi Krttt hel*«*a *i2
aa4 W aatuactoß. a; (tAirt.
FOR SALE.
Two lots, corner of Mill
and Second streets. This
is one of the best blocks
that is for sale in the city.
One lot, corner of Com
mercial and Main. This
is a fine location for any
kind of business, either
wholesale or retail, and
will make one of the best
places for a bank in the
city.
An extra bargain on
Front street.
Three choice iots on Sec
ond street.
Three lots on Fourth
street-
Choice residence lots in
all parts of the city.
HEFIR A iIiMHIV
2**i«<»amfrial &1.. NafikH.T.
CAUTION
Rewaftr of Frmnd. u m? :;*me and tfc*
are namred oo tb« Mlcaa of all my
afnnln J tbe factory,
•bwh j*rot*c? *bc wemrrr% hifh
t.f-k*-n tad iat*ru* ir-wids If a denier offerw
* I- I r >l* A>* *h<** at s refvred prl«~e.
-yr »ay« be aas tbem witboo: my name aad
prio- Mimp»d on the bottom, pn? bim
•iows a* a frand
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE GENTLEMEN
Tbo oulv cmlf *3 <*KiVUEW •■in*
•mvwtfe ittddt NO TACK* <-r WAX
tofctrt tb* feet, wv ••
*ow r*l ami WIIX JIOT kif
H ; DOCUU4 ft« »*. • fa* crt*t»a;
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r&*tuin mart* i'titw* r*<#t*nf from Jfc tnfj.
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them iMttootb tnckte m a Bud#nr«4
fact
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If oot **» M by Twtr 6t*S?r. writ*' W. t.
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NOTICE.
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I
We flffsr to 4MJ frar
I 1
fire-acre tracts adeeming
Kirkland Iron Works;
I j
also 160-acre farm lying
between Lake Washing
ton and Seattle, Lake
Shore & Eastern Bail
way. Twenty acres
cleared and in cultiva
tion; good buildings.
Forty acres of best tim
ber land, balance excel
lent meadow. A splen
did fruit and grass farm.
Price low and terms easy.
Thirty-two Lots in
Jackson Street addition,
on Cable Road. Will sell
same as a whole or sin
gly. In this vicinity
already over 50 houses
are being erected. Prices
lowest.
There is nowhere a
more beautiful place for
homes than on the high
banks overlooking Lake
Washington. We own
many lots, also a num
ber of five-acre tracts on
plateau near Cable road
that we offer at from
SSOO per acre upwards.
In block 19, Burke's
Second, we have 6 lots,
the best situated in all
Seattle.
C. H. KIITIM,
-Jans aisd Served Sti^U.
Seattle, - W. T.
Qgnhmg MBojgimeer and Surveyor.
OoUcett <fc McCsilluzn,
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Orders bv At ail Solicited.
w< nKMrr grecrr. p.a»o»
WM. H. HUGHES
F*rintixig Compmy,
SSATTLE, W. T.
JLB >!■«! Ml
J. SOT IRAM,
STOVES AND TINWARE.
COMMERCIAL STREET, SEATTLE.
OU Mm kiftK »»«*« ta tk« Um.
MORAN BROS.,
Iron Founders and Machinists,
ASS I'EJLLEts IS
*£2 Ml Bw—v»- Xazißßti I»a, Bi* and Coyper Flya and ntttaga.
torn aad Water grata Ooedr. HacEießoa*. Co* 8e« aad Lag««»■: and
exodrmmj*: Bme raekiss aad Waa»e. eyUcder ud otfcer Labrieatfag OUk Stoua
ieasiaa Sec rat-C sad pnraJe tmudms*
We bare the mem CTHapfoe pipe cnran* as J tfcnadinc zaaehiom north of San
Prmra-dea Land and mmimt ear; at*. and all kiadi of aat&iaerr nail: aad re
paired. V« kMTt on head as J for sale low. aeecad-haßd flicsa aad bo*i>n
tW MfC «tntl wrew fcai>road s-rrgag-
. AJ* MSTRONG & CO.,
Livery Hack and Sale Stable; Managers of Seattle
Transfer Company.
Pirtt-elaM Tani«Bt«u Order* filed at sbt koar day or nigkt
TaifAtoae €L Of&e* comer Main tad sefoad street*.
Pharmacy Hall'
Northeast Corner Second and Columbia Streets,
SEATTLE. - W. T.
WASHINGTON IRON WORKS CO.
Foundry, Machine and Boiler Shops,
Corner Second, Jackson and Third streets, Seattle.
J. M. rglW, B«yrla*oa4«at.
Xj BROS.,
UPOBTUtS 15* ML ALUS U
IMPORTED, KEY WEST AMD DOMESTIC CIGARS,
TOBACCOS, PIPES. CUTLERY.
And all the latent caokert' article*. We invite the pabJic and tfce trade ia c*aera'
to call and examine oar nock and price*.
113 Commercial utreet. Koattic-. W. T.
Z. C. MILES,
Saecoaaar to WaddeS A Siies , WHfc«ale aad bull Beater la
HINGES. OX®, PARLOR t\B ROX STOVES.
Orden from the ootrntry solicited aad satisfaction guaranteed
Girn u» a call and look throach our immense stock.
Mill atrret. tattle. W. T.
BALFOUR, GUTHRIE & CO.,
SHIPPING ASH GENERAL COHESION MERCHANTS,
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE BUILDING,
TACCMA, W. T.
Importers of English Steel Rails, Fig Iron, Fire
Bricks, Fire Clay, Coke, Cement, Fine and
Common Salt, Tin and Terneplates, Sal
Soda, Canstic Soda, etc., etc.
Advances made on shipments of Lumber, Wheat,
Flour and approved merchandise and produce, to the
consignment of their Houses in Liverpool, and Val
paraiso and correspondents in Australia.
Balfour, Guthrie A Co., San Francisco, California.
Balfour, Cuthrie A Co., Portland, Oregon.
Balfour, Williamson A Co. Liverpool, England.
Williamson. Balfour A Co.. Valparaiso. Chili. )y«t
To Manofaetorersf
Parties dcdriag lu titM foi
Sawmills, Skixfl* Mills, Saab
and Door Futsriea or Briet
Works on the water front with
railroad ia the raar can secmrs
the same at raasoaahla rates by
tht
WEST COAST IXPKOYEILTT CO.
W. R. BALLARD. Maaa C er.
Seattle. W. T.
First-Class Filiate Bsardian
nOrSE. COR. MARION AKD FRtfSi
Bta, orer i>r«tr Mm. Btoard by day
wwek nr month mrt
Orrjon teprvrmnt (orapanv,
SAW MILL.
Dealer* in and maiiU/artnrer* of a!) kinds
of Rough and Lnmhrr, Lath.
PlekeCa, Port*. SbineU*. ete. t
FOOT OP SECOND ST.. SEATTLE, W T
Wetof kifl to isiuonn v to the pub
lic that we are now :a the local mar
ket with a fail stock of thoroughly 4tj aa<J
seasoned lumber, Large qsutitiei oi
flooring, rustic and dressed timber con
stantly <»n hand, lacuna* proapi delirenr.
Estimate* fum:»b<*d on »ho-r*i
notice. Call and »ee our facilities.
fa Lou!
THE GROCER,
1412 «e 1416. - - Fresit Street.
Ms it-.* a f *•-. ; - c ■
ana frv<*c*t kt'X'.'i of ataftM
fincmes aid Prwisiffls
in tbecity. a:.<l a« ii'„ bay* la tar
pcatn -juontitt That* any oil«t
p*er frs h« talieiXM ud i»
ne*t abe to fitl wlera, either iasxt
or rmalh Y(« will CudtkaJ o> ar
«*mat of hit isamei;«e traJ- &»•
ahela r%*i ;» kept fnr»h and
clean. C>4 that fct t* afcJe to *tee
£©■• beticr pri/*a than tjv other
*.r,r*s*£ ia t?v« city. ▲!*#» Tare*
packer of th*
1888
BUM) or—
E**atara Cera-ftd. Safai^cmrad
Caoorercd Haaat and Bacon.
Wfctehi be aeii# r,cnt Jrr»t from hit
•snoke hoHtm. by tbe aUtfia pieee.
tot or rarload. «*>:« am!
FOR HALL DAVI#*
DUWGESTESS BUTTEB
Chaises Louch,
rmoirr AKD raiox.
English Steel Rails
FOB SALE.
i To arrive per British Ship -Melpomene,'
now on passage to Paget s>and.
500 tons 30-ft. Rails, weigh 40
lbs per yard.
500 tens 30-ft. Rails, weigh SO
lbs. per yard.
For price* apply to
BALFOUR. GUTHRIE CO.,
Tacotwa. W. T.
5294 ACRES
- To Be Ssid
In Small Quantities.
Knowing the great detnand there Is for
i small farm*, we have decided to sell the
j Itmooi Mathers Prwpertv, situated near
I-anslrj. in the fertile alley of the Frmner
riTer. British Columbia. This valuable
prewft compr.se* .V.SI acre* of rich land,
ana will be sold in blocks of fro-a jo acres
to JOB acres. Prices wiU be arranged ac
cording to the location and quality of the
taad. Terra" of payment extending OTer
a period of seven years, with annual in
stallments, will be granted 1/ so desired.
Hirrhaeeo will pay interest oa all sr.paid
glances at the rate of 7 jef cvut. per an
' nam. with privilege grafted of pavfag off
full purchase price at an» time and ob
t taialng deed in fee simjl*
For one month after arpteuber 10, Is* a
competent man wiU be no thv rround to
show intending purchaser* the property
Tb»#l» the Vst chance ever offered fn
British Columbia.
Call early and secure a selection.
RIM BROS. ileal Estate Urokm.
VANCOUVER, B. C.
NOTICE Of SCHOOL ELECTION.
/
F IS HEKK.nr GIVE* THAT OX
-sturday. >'«n»!*r *. WW. at Brown's
pavilion on Meond ■tree!, between ripring
»nd -*neca streets, in ijehnoi Ituuiri Nw
I*?* P..'» of #emtt>. King connty.
Washington Territory, a s-hoed election
wiii be b>-ld for the election of five'ft)
scbor I direreors for said School district N'o
I L, Tti Two for one year, two for two years
; and oee f./r three year- also for the eiee
12?° ri e'k for the -turning year
: The p- will lata at one 'it p, m and
; ceotJEne open ail seven <T; p. nt.
bated at Seattle. W. T . 'Jet i. l*t*
T. T MINOR.
J. M FRISK.
W* II HUSHES.
Injectors of School district So. 1.
H.A. Hssmi-vayg. Cterk of said School
Fred E.Sander
DF.ALEK IS—
REAL ESTATE
i I.IH 11, SKI I Kim
OFFICI,
' " Ml maanilii m.
REVOLUTIONARY PROGRESS
Facts Always Convince.
▼Ha unceasing rvsh to our M«re during the past wm „ M
. 7T,»-- proof that tlx puMk aro eomrtnced that «*« h*Z
.xutfutlanliort the prteM of Ory Coods in this city.
The public now kiMa that our prices ara the lowest in tt»
'"uJI'MJIWIiii » are the lowest and ore con afford to sell ths
L ''bo human ingenuity con disprove thot tact-
SOmTIBS AND PRICES THIS WEEK.
We hove boon receiving consignments of oil classes of Or*
Goods this week, and H the public considered our fonnw
prices low. this week they will be amazed.
Every day ladies come in to price our goods. We nmm
urge them to purchase. We ore only glad of the opportune
to prove thot our prices are the lowest. leaving it to their <*«
judgment to buy or not. Some houses do different, but
that's our system.
Onlrm Carefully tuul Pron.ptJr Eiooutrd.
Samp 1m Krf* on Apfrfi'-stlon.
DOHENY 8c MARUM, J
Corner Columbia and Front Htrreli., Seattle. W. X
[PROMOTES A
42 | DIGESTION Jgk > LIVERI
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BLOOD I W* 'sOWELs
▼ v a——
MOORE MHUfICTURIHG CO., Rroars. Seattle. W.T. '"•»
1 "touwi'ir
(JCOLOR UKOER THE SUA2E
A NEW PATTERN OF
Semi-Porcelain,
FOR rAI-F BY THE DOZEN. PIECE OR ±ET. BT
N\ OluLlToerg <fe Son, -
NOT FOR SALE
OS THE COVTRARY, OCR IXsTRANCE AGESCY BCSlXttg WAS NEVER 10U
t&uifx lory It has constantly kept pact with the frowth uJ prut-penty ol 'ratfa.
and the preapecti for the fmtmie were »r« brighter. We reyctat nt e*Te» inwaia
companies, amoar which may be foaad the effect and beat ra the world. We caaias
oanelTta to a leefamate inamnce baniaeea exrlaMvtly. gtriaf that aloaa Mt add
perwmai attention. We hare recently added to oar UK the Lmnloa Aanuaace. *!S S
capita! of 116,000.000. ThU 1* the oldest lararasce ooapany ta the wucii
Partiea requiring insurance. either Fire. Jtariae. Life or Accident, will Sad U ta thdr
to eaU oo as at oar oOcw in the Foaein baiidla*. Frost street. Sext'
JAMES A. CAREY & CO.
INSURANCE.
800 T H & BRI S C OE.
Abstracts of Land Titles,
Hare tike a»J sa<*t reiiabie •*« of atetrart Books la ibe racist j.
HARRINGTON & SMITH.
l»Htlwi »md WMm* IIIIUI
Hare now cm baa* the !vp« asxl b«*t *>l.J ttsvk rrw broaght to P«tv; soan*.
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, HARDWARE
iron. «e*l. Cardac* aad Ship thaodifrj. FTomr, Fwd. Har ant irain B«*>»
•ad Am Crockery aod Gl—mwir*. Paiat* ami OiJi, and all kind* of
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
Also lime, Br.fi. Plaaler udl Cement Arena for Tbh Broa A Ca'i
nlrtinM Wagoaa
mabkimihhi m wmitb.
Palatine Hill Mif Lots
$l5O per Lot.
Payments|may be made on time on a 5 per cent, cask
discount will be allowed.
FOK HALE IJV
11. W. BAKER,
IFTTZRHSTXTTTIRIE!
°r Tin: IIEHT
Yon cma bay the m<wt of, for lb< ciobct, •?
O. W. Lynch & Cos,
LOWMAN & HANFOED S. <fc P. CO.,
OLE AGENTS FOR
MMiMiiff /» pp PACKARD
««& IVIIADL. «*
L. K. (i. BAJ I I I 1,
IMKUtTKK A SI) JOHNS* UF
CU»r» isd Tsfctcm. Itmcftua Mi. rips, Cni«rj. Suu»««j, i!e.
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