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FabUebad Dally aad Waekly to tia IW
Seattle. Waah. tar.
*T LIFT:
Daily. 1 yt*r, la tdnw» ?
WK.TJA " •
Week! j.« month*. »£
,LS£O<UT. . T«». i> -W. ? S
Weekly, when aot paid In advance » •
ar caaaisa.
Dally, per week * °" > a
Mvserlbeni nrdetia* ad4re«i*» ttommA
jrfve tb< <*4 KldfW® •• w*U »•
til remitbuMti to FOST ISTELLl
csvcct Co.. SETTTTE.
AWNSSIO* or in * TEBBl
rnstt*.
One of the most Important rrsuit"
of the sweeping Republican victory of
November.;, will be the enfranchise
ment of the loog-saffering cit-fri- of
Dakota. Montana and Wategtoß
terriwries For the P««» two year-
Ibtw territories have, by a coercion al
nn«t infamou*. remained unwilling
urniT the tutelar of the federal gov
ernment. Notwithstanding the fact
that every po—iLJe retirement «o far
«» natural ,e«>urr«», development. in
telligence, population and re-pect for
the constitution and the laws are con
cerned. the-e three territories, justly
entitle! to all the rights and privilege
of statehood, have been refused ad
mission to the fnion, an 1 solely be
cause of Democratic partisanship ami
bourbon pettioew-
Since IS2O it has InvariaWy been with
the greatest relucUnce that the Demo
cratic party has voted for the admis
sion into the I'nion of anv new -tatc
from the North, ami then only when
that party saw that the political power
of such new state could be offset by
the creation of a new state from the
(South. I hit in recent ye»r< the growth
of the country went of the Mis.-Uh.ippi
river ha* been along the northern belt
of territories and the Democracy, una
ble to meet this development of Re
publican communities by a corre
spondingly large Democratic growth in
the South, has fought all demand- for
admission with indomitable persever
ance and dogged persistency.
The end is near at ba.nd, however,
and the election of a Republican pres
dent and a Republican honse of rep
resentatives indicates that n fitting re
buke will at last be administered to
those who have for years withheld
from over a million citizen- thedearot
right" which the constitution intende.l
to grant them. Had OroverCleveland
been reelected president, it is not
at all likely that any one
of the three territories named would
have been admitted into the I'nion for
the next four years. Promises and
pledges have been too often broken to
warrant any man's believing that any
attention would I* paid to the prayers
ami petitions of the disenfranchised
thousand* of the Northwest. As in
th.- past, all sorts of pretexts would
have been employed with the object of
withholding statehood, and not until
the Democratic territories of the .South
had advanced sufficiently to entitle
them to entry into the sisterhood of
states would the rich and populous
territories of the North receive the
right- which ought to have been ac
corded them long ago.
At last the clouds have hwu scat
tered and hope* long entertained are
•bout to be realized. Although as yet
statehood 1« some distance oil, the
time required to make it an actual fact
can lx> easily computed. There is a
possibility, but not a probability, that
the present Dtmoftitic house, as
a means of making political capital,
and aware that the game of delay is
now up, will at the short session which
opens next month, pass enabling acts
for the admission of Pakota. Montana,
and Washington. In this event the
president would I* able to issue his
proclamation of admission on or
about the first of January. !«*>.
Hbould the Democrats still persist in
their obstruction tactics, there is no
hope for the territories before l*»l.
The Republican congress which con
venes In December, will, without
doubt, early in the session pass an en
abling act. by which the territorial
governors can, in April, 1880, call for
the election of delegates to a constitu
tional convention, such election to I*
held In June and the convention to -it
in August. The constitution drafted,
it must lie submitted to the people in
the fall of the year, and if ratified at a
popular election, there will he ample
time to submit it to congress
rarlv in its second session. Having
been approved. President Harrison
will immediately i-su« hi' proclama
tion and with the opening of the year
IS3I. over one million people will at
tain their rights three powerful terri
tories will become fuil-tledyed states
and three bright stars will I* added
to the national ensign.
OTR I'lttsT MfHSITt.
In the report of the city physician,
printed yesterday, it was stated that
during Octol«er there were eleven
deaths in .'Seattle from typhoid fever.
Here we see the uirect and deadly re
sult of the carele««ne»s which until
now has left the city without an effec
tive system of drainage There can be
no douM that if the . ity sere properly
newerci the dreadful fever* which
have teen all >u« epidemic .iuring the
port three months, would have been
avokl<M
With the*e facta before us it *eems
strange that anybody should question
that the itr*t duly of U»a city i« to mi
itself of tilth, leatmK other thing*
till thia urgent work shall hare Wen
I*.l A thorough «eaerwge
•v»Um ia sfrioui a thit it
ehoul! Ukf over all other
local enterpriser o*e water achem#
included.
It trotiUl, of ro«r«c, I* a tb:ng
to bring in water from K«h k cmk «>r
aotue other mountain Mrttm, hut this
ts not at the pra*etit time a Mnitorjr
McowitT. and it cat* better *ait than
oth r tlmu-*
Mr Pmghtl M •• dv.the «el« rat
e»i Christian revieaU t began a -enc>
of i<t this * * »a*t r. . ' »
-tg oil** *f the lair—s
ever as-mibM here a ThrM
worker Mr pe-h« - n hi*
particular Jul i the iu at act re ar. .
fectiv* man row before the pa! he
lis* v >it to iwa'tic is a very cotaMe
event au«i wiil, we true*. rwaJt in huh
There eon be no doobt that under
law of Cosfirn do aty in a ttivtorjr
bi' the rijrhi to create a debt for any
|wtp(iK in nttw of font per cent of
lb* mm of it* property assessment.
Tbl» nttn the prop-««i tioti to borrow
a station tiottar* up"o water bo«d« an
abaarditf. If the proposition should
carry H woaUl usmnt v nothing.
An adTerOsrafertiS In the want »I*»a
will COM yoa - a »ort lor «r*« luwr-
Um) ar>4 1 ryQt tor mff day tsmtfttr.
(HJVAI,
*akih*
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
Thl* Pawder airerMnen. A raarrel o
portty, Mreuirth «nd wuo;,*vnnene». Mor»
hi" rile orUuary kind* and
"aiinot be *oM in • <imret:;ioit with iheraai
rtn'!'- ol ,-iw f • , nfiort weight. *l»m or
nho»j»hafe puwrf>"V og!y la cans,
KOTIL Rn:w CfwwiCa.WWill street.
NV* York.
tin !er til' 1 h - &dt of Loft
FIHIIXI. Kor To Let and H tnatloms
Wanted wiil be iLwrrted at the rate of 2
cent* a word for Ginsertion; 1 cent a
word for ea«ib sub«>qiient inaertion. Pay
ment always In advance.
The follow)a* letters are awaiting adver
tiaera at thin o«cc
K. M. O X. T.. 4)
E. «. !5i K. K. Baker.
Home (ii Petition (1)
KMFLOVMKNT WANTED.
ANTED—FOSJTION BY TWO COM
f f j*eteut tirU: one scasnatress, wiring
to assist with b oust work: t.tber general
work. Call Sl* Pike street, below Third
and Fourth street*.
\VANTED— AS EXPERIENCED liOOK
▼ ▼ keeper and good penman dei*re>» *ltu
ation. Address "Bookkeeper." this office.
W ANTED— BY A YOUNG MAN OF EX
▼ T perience in clerking, collecting and
genera! busine.M, a position. Address V.
M. J., this office.
II*ANTED- POSITION AH TYPE-
M writer or copyist. Address L., Wb
Union st.
AN EXPERIENCED TEACHER DE
sires a position in a public or private
school. First-grade certificates and satis
factory' references. Address Elizabeth
Evan*, Po«t Intelligences office.
\\~ANTED-GIRL IN SMALL FAMILY.
▼ * Inquire at oflice of battle Coal and
Iron Co.. r*afe Deposit building.
Ftltt SALE.
IX>R HALE—SIX HOUSES AND LOTS
1 atiisoo, jiiw, j-jooo, taaoo, raoo *n.i
$:*XX>; all choice residence property. Call
atome. No. 9 Colonial Block.
LNiH S3T.K- a>~At r Kfo OF CaHC,
I E Igewood ad iilion, near lAke Uuion;
dUtaiit from busiue>*s center about '2} 2
miles. H. B. LOOM IS, attorney
at law, Seattle. Washington Ter.
roK SALE-MIST feELL 2 LOTS IN
r best part of lugelow s additiou, for
wuc-tliird less than atijniuing lots. Addresa
OWNER, this office.
IK>R HALE—A PAYING BUSINESS AT
inratee price*; trade dis< ouut at six
per cent. Inquire at No. 299Q Front street.
r |MIK CHEAPEST LOT ON FRONT
1 street—#JvW including a J 3000 resi
dence. The bare lot ad* 'iniuu cannot he
buuKht for SIO,OOO. See CkAWFORD &
CONOVKR, the bargain Firm, at once.
OIAMONDB, WATCHES, JEWELRY,
a* Charles Naher'a; solid silver ware,
solid gold chains. 600 solid gold rings, eye
glaases, spectacles, at Charles Naher'a; all
first class, at your own price, at Charles
Naher'a; doting sale at auction; holidays
at band. CHARLES NAHEK'B.
IX)R SALE—TWO GOoi> PAYING lU'Sl
neaaea on Front street, at invoice
prices, luquire at room % Colonial block.
IX)R HALE—A LONO LEASE ON A
brick store room; address J. M. S., this
office.
IX)R KALE-SPECTACLES, %LL FIRST
cla*s. at yourupn price, at CHARLES
NAHER'S.
IX>R SALS—A NEW MASON AND
Ilamlln organ «r a bargain. Apply,
H*2l, Fourth St., between Pine aud Stewart.
|X>R &AI.-E 25 LOTS IN WEST SEATTLE
I ftirl'MiOO. la>ts on Sixth street near Vir
ginia for |tiuo. Front street lit for MM.
Choice water front lots. A number of im
proved residence propertlea. Lots In Queen
Anna Towni.» nt«. \• la t ttrJacksou
street forf&iO. Six magnificent lwts over
looking l-akr Waabineton and the bay.
BETIINOJCK & MEACII AM. next to W C.
telegraph <>®ce.
I 4 X>R SAIJS—A stock of dniira lk*st lo
cation in th»* city. Address, Druggist,
this office
POR SAM - NEWSPAPER, FOR WORTH
I ttf materia), on t a<v terms now msk
ina mono. Addre«s UtANK OWEN.Cht
baIU, W. T
SALE- NEW SIX-ROOM COTTAGE;
battiroaa. t-*•* as 4 cold watvr a-range
aaent; oa car line, corner o4 leiitb aud
Howrll Mreeta. Pe <an be islvt'n
immediately Easy leroaa. Price.
REES r. D.\NlEl>. Room 3. Starr block.
17TS" SALE-HOLIDAYS AT HAND:
cloaiugout at auction •*! . CIIARIJCS
NAHEIi.
| 4 >)R tIALE-LODGING-HOi'SK OF 26
I* rooms. Inquire at the office of L» 11.
<«RIFFtT>I. Q.-.-idental Butek
\T A BARGAIN-AN ATTRACTIVE
residence property, centrally located;
birantlful view of t»ay an<l city; new 9 room
hoaae; good atablv Tbi* is a snap. BET
TINGER A M F.AC HAM. next to W C. Tel
cgraph office.
I>>R SAI K !A> AfKES t»F GiH»D l AND
at KirkUnd |.'«o the acre. »*eorge
DorfM. Office, ♦'omraercial stre«'t, near
Mill wtreer. pp atairs.
"sALt; >«"dTir
»o<id gu!4 chains, gye-glasaaa. audtiOO
gold rings, at CIIARI.Es N AHER'S.
I .N»R S AI-K \> EST S EATTIJC WATER
I fr»»nt and rv«*idcnee lota, ca>*ap
George DorffcJ. i>ffiee. Commercial atreet
near Mill, up stairs.
1»R - ALE -A NrMBF.R OF NICK RES
l idence K4s on Jark«on a'reet. ad)«»tn
it»t new si bool hotoe. Ijo*s cleaned. W0
t»» lltssx Heortt rffel Office, rommer
ciai street, near Mill street, up stairs.
p>K SALE OLD NEWSPAPERS AT
r thifstiff.
I>)R SAI4T OLD NEWSPAPERS IN
bundles of 100. a? th*.s «»ffi e
rot: nr. nt.
'■>> RENT-TWO Nit ELY FCRNISHED
1 nnHRs for housekeeping, caint Sec
ond and St- net'a.
RINr i*o NICELY FCIiNtSHED
1 do«bie r*H>ms S»»«th street.
■ 'sl RENT -:X RCX>MCOTTAGEWrrU
a ts»th.« >-uer of Tenth and Howell ats..
M)perw« n'h Rcc* V l»an:el>. room 3,
Starr M
IVK KKNT Ml CELT FITRNISHED
I* r>vsi. aaita*>le far taoor three g- n
: Ai»pi* Main thin bo*i>e
aN ve Ninth
i RENT WHARF AND W 4EEROCSE.
I Iv in r» at Ma:tnit«c A Park s furni
tarv »tv«e t aiuuka street.
I'M KENT A R >OM Fi»R
I )< 4st man. <l* "■« oe<a street.
l N.N REVt—f ' SMfhED AND CNFI'R
I* u>! r4 mmri in ai'i parts ih > dty
Ca!L o-» IIARRI E -WAFFORD rooms
a afii ft, Coiok KU.H.k t Front »- aac.il
TH: SEATTLE POST - INTELLIGENCER. WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER IV IMtt.
KPCCATHHt tL.
WARGRSRA & WtixiA»,T*ACH
er of eloewtloa Detaarte srwem a<
ma—to*. W. C. T. R Hail.
yiiaaoftl— l«w»-
WASTED— nv* PCKLSTOWALOT
(or poattfcnaia shorthand. by an old
reporter. Mr*. ? A. Thorns. Seattle ml
etneoftee.
nXAVCIAL.
MOSEY TO IOW-OS MAL EbTATE.
chattel im>iiwe<wp«wual swuitjr.
Note*. n»rw«!» etc- bowcht. G
i tii A CO., tit Mill street. Occidental
Block. _ fr g
OSEY TO U>AS IS SCJIS T» SL'IT.
npoa tMMWMt city and farm prop
erty at Wwt rate*. So <te\ar in rk«u*
kmns E. IOWDFt.
•HKIKTV nimews.
REOCLAR MErTLNt. or WAIHOWTO*
Caap So. 1, mriatir Order Sons af
America. (MI Sstarday at 7 » p. m. at
their hall In Opera Hrnne. Locan CmmO,
Ko. L BWB nwwpd yatnrdar each noitA.
REGCLAR OOCXCIL or SEATTLE
Tribe So. 2.1. O. E. M.. erery Iw»-
day ereniac at * p. m., in E. of r. Hal?
Opera 0oo» b.cK-k. Visiting brother
cordially in-cited.
J. C. MITCHELL, Sachem.
D. Tocna. C. of R-
OEATTLE LODGE. NO. 7, L ft O. T?
tj Meets every Tneaday evenin*. in Bell *
Hall. North Seattle, at o'clock. Mem
ber" of sister Lodge* and MjoarciM
brothers. In g'«*\ Hiroßt, art cordially
inrlted to attend.
G. W. POOR, X. G.
Hrsev IJELAXP. Kec. and FLO. Sec.
Po«tn<ti«■ tn>T U ' tojKTn
" HELP WANTED.
IV ANTED— GOOD SOLICITOR. IX
» > goire 11I> Front street, between 9 and
10 sri'i 1J and 1 unlay
\I'ANTED —A SERVANT GIRL, GER
t l man preferred. Appply to S»n
Fnnrtieo store.
\I'ANTED—BOY. INQUIRE DR-SPINNY
\l 4C0.. Commercial hotel.
VI T ANTED—CO AT. PANTS AND VEST
V» maker*. Apply at once to DAVIS A
BEVEKEDUE, Nanalmo. B. C.
WANTED-A FIRST-CLASS COOK.
»» Must understand her bnaine>s for
private Biardiu? Hooae. No other need
alv. Nothins: else to do but to cook and
c. Apply at corner Madison and Front,
over tin- briig Store.
H7ANTED-A WOMAN OF SENSE, EN
-11 rig? and reapectaWlity for onr fami
ne** in her locality; salary about SSO per
month; permanent position; reference*
ex'-han^'C 4 !. Addreas M ANUFACTURKR'S
SI'PT.TWk Box 1585. N. Y. we
OAI.ARY FROM 110 TO tiOO PER
p month to a few (food aaleameu to sell
our iroods by sample to the wholesale and
retail trade; permanent position; no ex
perience neceasary; we are the largest
manufacturers in our line of geods; aend
2-c. stamp for particulars; no postal an
swered. CENTENNIAL MFG. CO.,Cincin
nati, o. SnWe
WANTID-TO ItIKT.
WANTED— 3 OR 4 ROOMS FOR SMALL
*i family, not over 12 blocks from Oc
cidental. Addrese, stating rent, to T. M.,
this office.
BARGAINS WANTED.
\I"ANTED-SOME ONE TO JOIN IN*
? > buying of Eastern owners, one-half
block, at" in North Seattle, near car
line. Address CO-< OPERATOR
117 ANTED—HOME-SEEKERS lO COM
▼ ▼ bine and buy 6 lots, each 40x100 feet,
on cable line, half mile out, for 1.300; easy
terras; best bargain in city. Iveave names
at this office.
MISCELLAN EOl'S.
II'ANTED ROOM AND BOARD IS
▼ ▼ private family by man and wife.
Add ress L. N., this office.
II*ANTED—FURNISHED ROOMS AND
ff boar J for 5 young men; terms mod
erate. Address K. C.. this office.
Rags wanted for press-room,
Post-Intelligencer o£Rce.
YI7E WILL STAKE Ol'K REPUTA
y f tiou on the statement that we offer
in our ad. on the local past the best chance
for an investment of $10,■'•00, the three best
bargains in desirable hom« s at from lv:400
to f;i000. and the cheapest Kirklaud, Jack
son street and other pronertv. now oil the
market. The |2400 h?»»tse and lot cost S2OOO
rash five years ago. Th-* owruer must sac
rifice to make an immediate sale. CIIAVV
FORD CONOVEU, the bargain firm, room
4v. new Yi-sler Block.
pRIVATE BOARDING 12W SECOND ST.
WANTED- BOARDING FOR OENTLK
▼ » man and wife. Reference*. None
but first claaa wanted. Addresa L. G , this
office.
\vANTED—A MAN WITH A SMALL
▼ v capital to take a baif interest in a
townsite; also hauk. store, hot* 1 and
wharf. It is l'K'ated in one of the best
dairy districts on the Northwest coast.
This is one of the beat chauces for any
man in a lifetime. Call this morning for
particulars. Apply this morning. One
who means business only. Doran A Rac,
Pacific Employment and Real Estate o©c*.
Main atreet, between Commercial and "Jd.
ION ABLE DRESSMAKING. RKA
sonable term". Corner Front and Mad
iaon, over Pacific drug store.
NEW ADVRItTISEMSNTM.
A Card of Thanks.
IWIBH TO THANK MR. PENNY AND
Mr. I.*w*on and all of the employes of
thee. P. S. R. K. for their generous aa
sistance in mv late misfortuue. Friends
In need are friends indeed.
M ATH IAS BAILEY.
WINTER SCHEDULE.
/\N FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16. THE
" f Broadway Coach Company will in
augurate ita winter time table. Coaches
will leave the corner of Front aud Cherry
streets at 12 in., .*» p rn., 4, f-,f»:10 and 8: W) p.
m. Returning will leave jnnction of
Broadway and Madison streets at 12:&0 p.
in., ;«:;>O. 4 .10, b.M, 7HO and 9HO p m. Sin
gle tart*. 10 cents. No tickets sold. No
coaches will run on Sunday.
ICRItILTIRIL iMI
FOR SALE.
IMPROVED AMI UNIMPROVED.
1 ) Acres
RIVER BOTTOM, MARSH
AND TIDE LANDS.
Of great fertility, capable of producing
large crops of
GRAIN, HAY, HOPS AND
VEGETABLES.
Situated in the *'iaeit valley near Munct
Vernon.
Convenient to PonroWre Eehool,
Churche, and Ktvcr Navigation
Will be> Sold in Tracts of
10. % 40. so OR 160 \WX
ALSO 200 ACRES OF LAND,
One mile from Ml. Vernon, will sold in
tracts of t, 10 and 20 acres, to suit pur
chasers. «iood building sites and fine
lauds for fruit, vegetable*, etc.
INQUIRE OF
It. X. L. DAVIS
*JIOCST VE&KO*. W T
THE NORTHWEST
NORMAL SCHOOL.
Lj»d«n. W. T.
HE.-! WOOL n>K TEACHER.--NO
«a« iH.-.i awriety.
: Eloention. Book-keeping. Vocal Kojic
and Drawing an among >h*
braueht, taaght
nHTIOII. t(t per tern of Un weekt
lu»tmmef;tai Music on piano, organ or
violin. ste |>«v Term
«k«HI NaM, with rooms, light
and fuel. j. 4toM 50 per week.
First Sa rin «*< third \ear Uvn-s Sept. Sd,
11ML For farther particular* address
aeftwsm J R. BRADLEY. PricesraL
. PROMOTES] A PyJLg
42 ItMBESTOWI y
£ IpUßtres *
I BLOOD I rIQWELs
MOORE MANUFACTURING CO., Proprs, Seattle, W.T. X fr
DON'T BE FOOLISH
AND
CODES! COUGH! COUGH!
Four Stat Coigk Syra|i
Will give yon immediate relief. If it don't your money
refunded. For sale by all Druggists.
ORDERS BY MAIL
FOB THE
FOUR STAR COUCH SYRUP
Promptly filled by
Stewart & Holmes Drug Co.,
Wholesale and Retail Druggists.
SEATTLE, - - _ • - W. T.
FREE OF COST!
ESHELMAN,LLEWELLYN& Co.
The Real Estate and Money Brokers
of the Pacific Coast,
EXTEND A COKDIAL INVITATION
TO ALL VISITORS to SEATTLE
As well as to all resident#, to call at their affices,
POST BUILDING, MILL ST., SEATTLE,
And spend a few minutes' time in directing printed
DESCRIPTIVE MATTER OF SEATTLE
AND WASHINGTON
To your friends and acquaintances East.
FREE OF COST TO YOU.
-
And if you should wish to plant some money in the
FUTURE GREAT CITY
OF THE
PACIFIC COAST,
THE ONLY SEATTLE IN AMERICA,
We can >ell you lots in
Ross' Second Addition for S2OO.
(This i* the manufacturing center of Seattle)
Or lots in other well-located addition*; or business anil residence lota on
the best streets in Seattle; or suburban blocks an<l acres. It will pay you
to call. This is your one chance in a lifetime to secure fortune, content
ment and happiness. Don't lie too late to secure a -cat that will provide
for your future, and that of your wife and children. Seattle will double
in population in 12 months. " The railroad capitalists and population are
coming to Seattle. Rccorne one of her prosperous citizens by securing a
foothold while you have a chance. Wealth is within your grasp; hare
faith, invest and become a fixture in the Sew York of the Pacific
BE YOUR OWN LANDLORD.
COLLECT INSTEAD OF PAY RENTS.
The Great English Remedy,
The lost Successful Remedy of the Age.
SIR ASTL€Y COOPER S
Vital Restorative!
For the Treatment of
Nervous and Physical Debility,
Exhausted Vitality, Diseases
of the Kidneys, Lassitude,
w Mon of the- Hark, i'.on fusion of l«Seaa,
i t Mtaofjr, Piracies
• .'i *h«» Pa***\ ix** <»f Raerf y, Weak ami
Tired Ft*-line. etc.. etc.
Thr- prtef, |:» boU >. or 4 for f 10. Sent to
j any Mdrvi* on recetotof orio. or C. O. D.
i
F\CLINH MEMf.IL MmvtKT,
11 Kear&eJ Sc • Baa Francisco. Cal
NTKriKR Y LOCATED ONI
rati* fromYietcr*»Wharf.on Mtiletrvet.
All ktn«i* of Frait and Trv*n.
Flowertif and E*«*rfrpcn Shmhe all fcin<l*
of end hardy Plant* arid Bnlhe.
and rat fiowrr* at all mmi of
tht:*rmr Send for a Hrcnlar C.W LAW
TON, Pro* mpotw
NOW ON THE MARKET
Meeker's first Addition
—TO—
PUYALLUP
CoaprlsUK 128 Lota Iwwediatsl;
Adjolnisn ths Ori(laal
Tewaslto.
Prices from SUM) to S4OO per lot. C ash
or partial payment* received.
TV.Is is a splendid opportunity for these
of limited means to seearv homes.
Puyaliap is a thriving town of seven hun
dred Inhabitants, situated on the Cascade
division of the Northern Paiific Railroad,
nine osiles from Tacorea, Its w. -stern term!
hi Pu>allup ft situated in the heart of a
rich agricultural district, and is the princi
pal hop market of the Pacific Coast.
It has a commodious school house, three
chureht-s. several good hotels, a number of
stews carry! tig large stocks of goods, a good
system of water worka, and a thrifty and
*nterpriamg population
ADDRESS
K. MEEKER,
mh3aau*w PUTAIXUP. W. T.
SIATTIB SITBIXESB WIKTHT
ATTORNEYS AT TAW.
Kbin Smith.
Mcßrfde. Carr * Pw*®n.
Brcrett Smith.
Hcorr B. Loonis.
INK M. HalL
I. J. Lichteaberg.
Oco. D. Blake.
P. P. Carroll.
Patten * Glaa*ow.
Newlin A Crockett
Richard Otborn.
Wood A Otborae.
ART STORE.
Graham A Daulton.
ARCHITECTS.
Bird 4 Dornback.
S. C. Burns.
H. Steinmann.
Fisher A Clark.
BASKS AND BANKERS,
ruget Sound National Bank.
First National Bank.
Merchants' National Bank.
DriUft Norton A Co.
Washington Savings Bank.
GUARANTEE LOAN A TRrST CO.
SAID IK*POSIT Co.
DRY GOODS. '
Chester Cleary.
W. P. Boyd A Co.
Toklas Singerman A Co.
Doheny A Varum.
Latour A Co.
DRUGGISTS.
W. A. Hasbrouck A Co.
A. B. Stewart A Co,
I'harmacy Hall.
GUNSMITH.
L. Xewman.
REAI. ESTATE BROKERS.
H. W. Baker.
Herman Cbatiiu.
Hefner A Dishon.
Eshelman. Llewellyn A Co.
Fred E- Sander.
W. 11. Moore
Geo. E. Miller A Co.
W. D Wood.
W. K. Ballard.
H. H. Dearborn A Co.
Turner, EugleA Lewis.
Brown A Carey. s
C. H. Kittlnger.
George Dorffel
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEON'S.
Drs. Minor A Dawson.
Drs. Smith A Willard.
Dr. A. C. Williams.
Drs. Shannon A Shannon.
Dr. Geo. A. Reich.
Dr. H. D. Longaker.
Dr. Fanuie H. Abbott.
Dr. Crosaclv.
Dr. F. H. Coe.
Dr. Everett G. Johnson.
Dr. Edgar L. Katon.
Dr. A. B. Kibbe.
Dr. S. J. Holmes.
Dr. E. E. Shaw.
CIVIL ENGINEERS.
Anderson. Bertrand A Co.
Thomas Gowan.
Welch A Olsen.
Scurry A Owens.
Gardner A Hogg.
WHOLE3ALE AND RETAIL GROCERS.
Schwabacher Bros. A Co.
Haley A Wright.
Charles Louch.
Harrington & Smith.
N. Chilberg & Son.
CLOTHIERS.
Toklas Singerman & Co.
Kline A Rosenberg.
MERCHANT TAILORS.
H. Bode.
CIUAUS AND TOBACCO.
Levy Bros.
L. K. G. Smith.
STOVES AND TINWARE.
Z. C. Miles.
J. Schram.
INSURANCE AGENTS.
Taylor & Barns.
Home Insurance Co.
JEWELERS.
A. Hansen.
INTELLIGENCE BUREAUS.
George W. Crane it Co.
IRON WORKS.
Washington Iron Works.
City Iron Works.
Moran Bros.
WINES AND LIQUORS.
M. £ K. Gottstein.
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MKR
CHANTS.
S. Baxter & Co.
PRINTING AND STATIONERY.
Lowman & Hanford.
W. 11. Hughes Printing Co.
BAZAARS.
Golden Rnle Bazaar,
japan Bazaar.
BOOKBINDERY.
F. Anthony.
UNDERTAKERS.
O. C. Shorey & Co.
Cross <t C«.
CHINA TEA STORE.
Wa Chong & Co.
FURNITURE.
O. W. Lynch <fc Co.
A. Valbusch.
HARDWARE IAND AGRICULTURAL IM
PLEMENTS.
Seattle Hardware Co.
Gordon Hardware Co.
NURSERY AND GREENHOUSE.
C. W. Lawtou.
TEA AND COFFEE.
J. W. Hughes.
WOOD YARD.
T. A. Rugsel.
WHOLESALE BUTCHERS.
Smith Bros. A Butler.
SEARCHERS OF RECORDS.
Seattle Title Insurance Co.
Char. F. Whittlesey A Co.
Booth A Briscoe.
HOTELS.
Occidental Hotel.
LIVERY STABLES.
K. Armstrong A Co.
MARBLE WORKS.
Washington Marble Works.
LACE HOUSE.
J. A. Baillargeon A Co.
[A communication addressed to any of
the above firms will receive prompt atten
tion. I
A. Mackintosh, Pre*. Fbkd Waki>, Mangr
C. P. STOKK.Vice-Prvi.AßßAm Babkiu.Svc.
Seattle Safe Deposit & Trist To.
Paid I*|> Capital, •100,000.
MONEY LOANED UPON APPROVED
rral estate mortgage* on three and
Ave years time. Will buy, sell and
generally ilcat In mortgages and securi,
tics, and transact all manner of busi
ness usually entrusted to like Institu
tions. Merchandise, household go«ds,
trunks, parrels and packages taken
on storage. Safe and deposit boxes in
burglar-proof vault* rented. Deeds, in
snrauee policies and other valuable papers
received for safe keeping at a small charge.
Will receive money in any amount from
one dollar upwards and pav interest
thereon. fylßw
OTbe BUYERS' CUIDE U
Issued March and September,
each year. It is an encyclope
dia of useful Information for
all who purchase the luxuries
or the necessities of life. We
can clothe you and furnish
you with all the accessary and unnecessary
appliances to ride, walk, dance, sleep, eat,
flsh, hunt, work, go to church, or stay at
home, and in various sluea, styles and
quantities. Just figure out what is re-
Snired to do all these thing* COMFOBTA
LY, and van can make a fair estimate of
le value of the BUYERS' CUIDE.
which will be sent upon receipt oT 10cents
to pay postage.
MONTGOMERY WiRD & CO.,
111-114 Michigan Avenue,
woetllyl CHICAGO. ILL.
WASHINGTON
MARBLE WORKS,
HUGH V. WRIGHT, Proprietor.
a^d^ta
promptly tttetided to and »ati« faction
guaranteed. }- i». Box M. w
y9T KA Y SiOTIC K-ONK HORSE,
MJ weight about SSO or 1000 poandst dark
steel gray; two bind feet white; fora foot
white; black mane and tail; no brand. He
!ia» been at ray place three weeks. The
t>*nt-r may have the horse by proving
property and paying charges. CRANK
W'*i|»wOKTH. Kenton. dw
UUfIQV r " K Ail.. »SO a week and ex
"UnR penses paid. Samples worth *.
and particulars fVrr. V. O VICKEKY.
Ae-gnsta Maine. wnctlltlS
AGENTS WASTED—FOR OUR POPP-
J\ lar holiday books. Immense sales,big
profits. A. U BANCROFT * CO.. 132 Peat
street, Bas Fraueuco. Cat wocUlt
L. NEUMANN, 1
»uii nnd Eioelcsaitit^
DtAUI D
Firearms and Ammuniti*
W'neheiT. Vt-Ua. 0nf«»«4 ——
!Ufl' t Puktr. Colt - * tnd L. C.j«TTI
br.'eeh-!asding fthotrnrtv i|i*
illni :<>»»r tb»o any ether i«—■ 9
So> »t«f fo» RoUi*> . übnu
B * tan OP mposM, tk* bmitS
rr<mi<iT» tion.
Commercial street, next to Bank Exchange.
pwrromoß box h«.
"PEOPTE'S MalßlE^iet^
Commercial Street, near Mill.
SMITH BROTHERS & BUTLER,
Wholesale and Retail Packer and Skipper of
BEEF, VEAL, MIJTTOTNT,
LAMB ANI) PORK,
P. O. 80X524. SEATTLE, W- T. Telephones*.
Hides. Pelts. Calfskins and Tallow bought ami sold. Special attention giver to
mills, hotels, restaurants and steamers. <j w
MINNEAPOLIS AND ST. LOUIS RAILWAY "
AND THE FAMOUS
ALBERT LEA ROUTE.
Two Through Trains Daily
FRO ST. PAUL AND MINNEAPOLIS TO CHICAGO.
Without change, connecting with the fast trains
on all lines for the East and Southeast
The DIRECT and OXLY line runuiug throuj i cars between
>Linne»iK>li» ami D«* Stoinew, lowa, via Allwrt Lea J
And Fort Podge, and direct line to WATKKTOW.V, DAKOTA.
Solid through trains between Minneapolis and St. Loula
And the principal cities of the Mississippi Valley, connecting in Union Depot for all
points South aud Southeast!
Many Hours Said, Kansas 1%
ing connections with the Union Railways and Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fc. Pacific.
Kl'Ml'Mltl'lM The trains of the Minneapolis and SL Louts Railway are composed of
fl l.'! r. qnr il, (-omfortable day coaches, magnificent Pullman sleeping car*, Hortoa
reclining chair cars and our justly celebrated Palace Dining Cars.
£gf ISO pounds of baggage checked free. Fare always as low as the lowest For
Time Tables, Through Tickets, etc.. call upon the nearest ticket agent or write to
a F. BOYD, Gen. Ticket and Pass. Agent. Minneapolis, Minn.
CHARLES KENNEDY, Geucral Agent, No. S, Washington St., Portland, Ogn*.
IS THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
Third Judicial District of the Territory
of Washington, holding tenns at Seattle, in
the county of King. Territory of Wash
ington. county of King. ss.
No. 6241—William 11. Morris, plaintiff, vs.
Johu A. Woodward and his wife, Maggie
Woodward; William Y. Horuer and his
wife. Annie Horner; Charles L. Taylor and
his wife. Susan A. Taylor; Isidore Burna,
Angus Mackintosh ana his wife, Elizabeth
Mackintosh, and James Campbell and his
wife. Lucy J. Campbell, defendants.
To the above named defendants:
You are hereby notified that William 11.
Morris, plaintiff, has filed a complaint
against you in the district court of the
Third Judicial District, holding terms at
Seattle, Washington Territory, which will
come on to be heard sixty days after th<;
first publication of this summons, to-wifc
Sixty days after the 27th day of September,
IH*.\ and unless yon appear and answer
the same on or before the *J6th day of No
vember, 188S, the same will be taken as
confessed, and the prayer of said com
plaint granted.
The object and prayer of said complaint!
is to remove a cloud from plaintiff's title ;
to thai certain lot or parcel of land situated ;
in the city of Seattle, King county, Wash
ington Territory, aud particularly bounded
and described as lot number 7, in block A,
of A. A. Denny's First addition to the
town (now city) of Seattle, which cloud
exists by reason of a defective deed of
conveyance of said lot and other property
from the defendants, John A. Woodward
and his wife, Maggie Woodward, to the
defendant, William Y. Horuer, aud of a
defective conveyanc&of the same property
from said defendant, William Y. Horner,
and his wife. Annie Horner, to the de
fendants, Charles U Taylor and Isidore
Burns, the plaintiff being now the owner
of said premises and his title being de
raigncd from said defendants through cer
taiu mesue conveyances to the de
fendants, Angus Mackintosh and
James Campbell and to the plaintiff,
ami to compel the said defendants, John
A. and Maggie Woodward and William Y.
and Annie Horner, to sp ciflcally perform
their several agreements to convey said
premises by a good and sufficient deed,
ami to have sneh conveyances executed by
a commissioner of the court, to be appointed
for the puri>osc, and for judgment agaiast
the defendants for costs aud plaintiffs' die
bursetuents herein.
Witness my band and the seal of said
court, this 2fith day of September, IKBB.
tsBALi W. E. LEDGERWOOD, Clerk.
By H. T Hansom, Deputy.
C. H. Hakford, Alto racy for Plaintiff. w7l
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF TIIK
Third Judicial District of the Territory
of Washington, holdiug terms at Seattle, in
the conutyof King. Territory of Washing
ton. county of King, ss.
No 8286. Lizzie L. Martin, plaintifl, vs.
James V. Martin, defendant.
To the above named defendaut:
Yoti are hereby notified that Lixsie L.
Martin, the plaintiff, has Bled a com
plaint against you lu the District Court of
the Third Judicial District, boldiag terms
at Seattle. Washington Territory, which
will come on to be heard sixty days after
the first publication of this summons, to
wit: Sixty days after the Ist day of Oc
tober, 1888, and unless you appear and
answer the same an or before the Slst day
of December, 1388, the same will tie taken
as and the prayer of said com
plaint granted.
Plaintiff iu her complalut allegea mar
riage of the partica May 14th, lSßs,aud that
ever aiuce they have been and now
are huaband and wife; that she la now and
for more than one year laat paat haa been a
reaideut of Waahlugton territory; that de
fendant haa for the put year and upward!
neglected and refuaed, aud still neglects
auii refuses to make (tillable or any pro
vision for hia family, and prays that a di
vorce may be granted by this eonrt for the
cauae stated; that she may reatime her
maiden name,and that defendant pay coats
aud diabarsementr and for auch other
further aud different relief a* may to the
court aeem meet in the premises.
Witneaa my hand and the aeal of aaid
court, thla Slst day of Octeber, I*BB.
[sßiL.] W. K. I.RDOKR WOOD, Clerk.
By H.T HANNON, Deputy.
EBEN SMITH. Plaintiff'« Attorney. no!
>« TTTDPf i 6
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32% Broadway, M. Y.
Gilman Hotel!
OILMAN, W. T.,
IS NOW OPEN READY FOR BI'SIXML •
Good accommodations afforded travti
ers. Table supplied with the best th»
market affords. Strictly temperate. Meal*
25 cents. Beds 25 cents,
w PHILIP HUGHES, Proprietor.
Tire^lNdmossT
"PROTECT YOUR ROOF FROM FiRE
I and Moss by using the Burnett Imper
vious Lime Paint, good for shingle, tin.
iron or felt roofs.
E. CALVERT 4 CO., „j«j
1421 Third street.
Leave orders at M. M. Kcating's, 111 Com
j mercial street. aul«w3»
S. BAXTER & no.. 1
BUYER* AND E\)*OKTKJia O*
Furs, Flidea. Wool, Grain and
Washinptorv products.
**Br Fiont itnvt. V*. T.
JPor Sale.
100,000
Strawberry Plants
Nluc varieties; all suitable to this
climate.
—PRICE, —
ftOo p«r IOO; It par 1000-
Also Fruit and Ornamental Trees.
Xi. B. CARTER,
selTml Friday Harbor, San Jaan Co., W.T.
TO FARMERS.
IF YOU DRf&RK TO BORROW MONEY
with which to improve your farms gt
to increase your stock, write to
The Guarantee Loan k Trust
Of Seattle, W T. Money loaned for lone
or short terms upon easy rates. When.- da
sired the company will scud an agent t»
make the loau aud save the borrower th*
expense and trouble of leaving the farm.
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT.
The company receives deposits in an}
amount from one dollar upwards aud al
lows a fair rate of interest thereon.
ADDRESS
The Guarantee Loan and Trust Company,
Starr Block, Seattle, W. T. w
' \ >rur
Perfect thorough i .-i ■ * i. .
li*he<i rrput&tion, growing poj»t»i
Skort.iand, Common School ard P i i .
partoiints St«d*nu -dmitte«t
and specimens ofp*nrr.. k
i. A. *»VLBCO. A. P. AlUls ' . I'!
FOB SALE.
r PHJ£ HOP AND HAY FARM 0Y TH*
1 late C. M. Van Doren, situated on
White Hiver, near Seattle, W. T. Thiste
an ideal farm in every respect. Is worth
£6>.o*>, and is offered for 92& M;
cash, and balance in three annual pay
ment* at 8 per cent, per annum. For par
ticular* inquire of J. F. M< NAUGHT, seal
tie, W. T. W
THOROUGH IN ißumow IN HOOK
kwi.ini'. Shorthand. T<-p.- writing, I'Lla
•n<l Ornamental I'cutnam.blp. ana pra»-
tical Kuglinh bram-tien
£9"»tudentft admitted it any time.
Day and eyenlnf H» nd for rirra
tar and PJH ».f p<_-n work, or ra'l and
iee u. Room. 21. M and 34 Union Hlork.
Front at., Seattle. W. T. PO. lkix 4>iS. w
TREASURER S NOTICE.
NOTICE IS IIKKKBY GIVEN THAT
the duplicate a»sc< «rnent r»»ll for the
year IHBK, of island county, is no* in in J
hands for collection of tax*** levied. 'l'asei
will be delinquent on the Is day of March.
MBO, at 8 o'clock p. in. AH tax.-s not paid
by said dare a pei.altv of ten (10) per cent
will be add»-d to the amount, aud Intersil
charged at the rate of twenty p»r cent, per
annum from date of delinquency until
paid. To be paid at mv office in county
building at Coupeville, W. T.
J K MONROE,
wnovltlO Treasurer of Island County.
Ladies' Heir dressing I'arlor, ooruer Main
and Heccud streets. tfhaKipooing and hair
wwrk of every dusoriptlou on hand and
made to order. ap'£eow

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