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The Seattle post-intelligencer. [volume] (Seattle, Wash. Terr. [Wash.]) 1888-1914, November 14, 1888, Image 5

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Organization of the Woman'*
Horn* Society Completed.
Fall List of CHReera ud Committees
—1 nfirpsrstliin Aathorimi—
Almost Beady fur Work.
The Woman's Home Socie'y met at
the W. C. T. U. headquarters, at 2 p.
in., yesterday, to complete tbe organi
sation, about fifty of tbe ladies inter
efted being present. The principal
work done was the completion of its
list of officers and the appointment
of committees to carry OR the work of
the society. Several ladies made some
very practical sugge-tjon* respecting
the Home system. The full list of
officer* as now completed is:
President. Mrs. Judge Hush: vice
president. Mr*. (<■ Kellogg; recording
secretary, Mrs. M. E. Hand taker;
treasurer, Mrs. Angus Mackintoh;
board of trust/*?; Madame* C. K.
JenneT, H. 8 Parkhurst, Ehcn Smith,
Char!' - Hopkins. MyraO. Ingrahau,.
D.P.Ward ami Clark Davis; com
mittee on finance; Mesdatue* Dr.
Mitchell. 0. J. Carr and 11. E. 11.
Haskins; committee to examine ap
plicant-! for admission to the Home:
Mciame- Parkhtirst, H. A. Water
house. J. P. Hoyt, Dr. Johnson ami
Mr*. M. M. Daniels and Mr?. Judge
Busli were appointed a committee to
draft stride- of incorporation.
it i« the wi-h of tbe society to in
corporate as e;irly as )>ossible so that it
can hold property. Gentlemen will tse
accepted as honorary members of the
society upon payment of $5 annual
dues, a motion to that effect being car
The financial committee Is also con
stituted a committee on ways and
means, and is fully empowered to
solicit for tbe society.
Mrs. Handsaker was appointed the
Sresx committee. Mis- Hopkins and
li«< Thorndvke were -elected as a com
mitter to wait upon Mr. Moody to as
certain if the famous * v.t:u:eh t would
devote one night for the benefit of
The Home. These ladles will call upon
Mr. Moody to-day
The regular meetings hereafter will
be held on tliela-t Wednesday of every
month, at 2 p. m., nt the W. C. T. U.
Boad Matters —Justice Courts' Bills
Being Taken I'p.
Regarding a road which has been
petitioned for by A. l.unn, an order
was issued that John A. Stevens be ap
pointed a viewer of the propo-ed road,
in tho place of John McKedniond. who
at present is out of the county.
The contract lo open grade and cor
duroy a ro.id into Enutnaclaw was let
to Carl livhnke.
A lease wa« made of school land
from P. 8. Bchoonover, described as
the east half of the northeast quarter,
anil the we«t half of the southeast
quarter of section l'i, township 'i'>
north, range 5 east. Al.-o a piece from
J. Waugh. consisting of the west half
of the northeast quarter ami the east
half of the southeast quarter of section
10, township '.'s north, range 5 east.
An order was issued appropriating
$125 toward planking the county road
west of O'Brien station, on condition
that a like amount be received by a
bond from O. Yates, under the su
pervision of C 1 1. Tax lor.
The greater purl of the afternoon
was spent in looking into the account's
of justices, |i)l of which had not l*en
handled up to the time for adjourn
The Progress of the Work «n the
New Lighthouse.
The schooner Albe I. Alger, < apt.
Kaynor, which ha" been loading with
supplies at Yesler's wharf during the
past four days, for the u-e of the light
house construction force on Destruc
tion island, left yesterday for Port
Madison, where she will take on 15.00rt
feet of lumber U>f<irc sailing for her
destination. A IVST-ISTEM.KJ*KCIH
reporter v esterdsy called upon and in
terviewed ('apt. liamor regarding the
rjgress of the work on the island. M.
Carkeek, of Seat'le. has the contract
for erecting two dwelling hou-es, oil
houses, a barn, digging the necessary
cisterns, clearing the island, and doing
the necessary preparatory work before
the work on the lighthouse proper be
gin*. He began with a force of twen
ty men on the 3>th of last August, and
has completed the barn undone of the
dwelling houses and has finished
and bricked up the cisterns. The con
tractor expects to keep up his work
throughout the winter until work on
the lighthouse liegins. The lighthouse
will be 90 feet high, and will lie fitted
with a flash light that will in the fu
ture serve as n beacon for warning
away from the shoals of Destruction
island any Mated vessel that may
have lost her bearings and incurred
danger of destruction by too danger
ous proximity to the shore. The light
will lie in operation by August 1. ISBO.
Capt. Kaynor expects to reach the
island by next Sunday.
Tiik Cbabitt Hall,— lt should not
be forgotten that the annual ball of the
Lndies' Relief Society for the lienefit
of the Children .* Home take* |>lace to
morrow night at the Regimental arm
ory on I'nion street. One dollar for a
ticket is an easy way t«> cunt ibute lo
warJ a very worthy charity whether
you ro us ;i spectator or indulge in
dancing. Aa the expense is compara
tively light, buyiiiß a ticket is almo-t
e-puvalent to putting $1 diractly into
tJie treasury, mi no one will l>o ungry
if a few should buy tickets who have
not the titne to enjoy the ball.
Jt'tHig Hotu Kn Ron* to Suttu.
—Mr, W. E. UtJgerwood, clerk of the
distrirt .«»nTt. received a telegram yea
torOiTy from Judge Charles K. Itoyle,
the newly appointed chief justice of
this territory, stating that he was en
route to Seattle. The telegram was
sent from Chicago. It is therefore as
sured that Judge Boyle left Chicago
last night, and as he nothing about
making »t>>pv he may he eipected
here Saturday morning.
Fo» Kai.lh. The bipeijtht
wheel locomotive, James I>. Smith,
which ha-> l>een operating on freight
and construction business on the Se
attle, take Shore & En-tern, left yes
terday via the I'ncrt Sound Shore
and Northern I'acitic for Spokane
Falls, whore she will remain on the
en-tern extention of the road. Kn
(iMer Gardiner will hold the throttle.
Amivtt. or Tii r. I'mmu.-Thf
Iteamer I'matiHa arrived at 4 o'clock
ytMerdav morning from San Fran
civ i with 7'.V tons of freight and a full
lift of p:i-M ncer* for N'lttle. >he left
for r_iMin i at .1 p. in. and w ill return
atfitlus mo-ning. load wit'> NO ton*
of f\*l at the 1 linkers and then leave
for Vancouver ieturt;ing to-in or row
The Vote or KTR>\P Covnty The
returns from vnriou* voting precinct*
of Kii ap county for prosecuting at
tornev na« mtifwl Vy Count v Auui
tor \V. o ; Vf*>trr-'a\ . an«t .» r as fol
io# Nt wlm Maine l *_' £mitb
NewunV plurality being 21*1
TIN Vu\tili.a'a Kkki< ht The
•tamer Umatilla loa .eo tons of
■tight at San Franc! co for various
Bound port*. «hvh w«#%ii>trU aif i as
follow- v t.>ria ."fclHon . V\tm «>uTer
® tons, port Townsend 75 to* ", S»-
ton and Taoom * ton*.
Seattle received nearly hall of the
•atire cargo.
Cklidrtn crj for Plicher's C&storU
, Tfe f ®^SP ee « d»jrabte lot on Front
'tpeet. MW> Crawford * Conover.
Two cariwdi of bops were made op
IwrVto^ 6 * E ** teTn by
The old boilers have bwn taken from
the tog Ma-ti<k an«j the new ones are
being placed In.
The re venae ratter Woicott. (Apt
•»lover, camn over from Port Town
send yesterday to roil.
Evangeli«t Moody *peak« at 3 p. m
to-day in the Presbyterian church
atut at * p. m. in the Armory.
A marnagelicense wu jresterdav
issrseri for William A. H. Q iest and
Effie P. Elder, both of t bit city.
„ Tb * 'Jetton bribery cam of Charle,
Read will come before Justice Soder
brg this afternoon at 2 o'clock. ,
s»mp of Mr.
O nrien. which has tieeri 1»k ate ifear
Stuck Junction, U shut down for the
On account of the <ritica.l >tate of
""-i daughter Miss Genie's health.
Prof. Oeaden will not be able to attrn l
to basines* till Monday, SOT. 19.
Th« steamer Yakima caiae in from
Fort Ludlow yesterday morning, an.i
returned in the evening with a cargo
of cartings for the Puget Mill Co.
The f natill* yesterday brought the
150 tons of machinery and material for
uie Front -treet cable road mentioned
in Saturday's fNMitnuaricn.
Mrs. DePrans' rlas«es in Christian
f iemce will itegin Wednesday. Novem
sm 14. at 1 p. m. and at7:*>p. m.. at
the room- of the Red Estate Kt
The Alaskan is »till lying anchors!
in the bar, off the O. U. 4. N. Co.'a
dock. She has as yet received no
further orders about going around
into the i .'••lauibia.
Justice Sodertierg yesterday sen
tenced John Stevens to 10 days for
fighting; John Hardy to five days for
the same officii-e; and Joe Toole paid
V> for being drunk and disorderly.
Chris John-on, mate of the hark
Melrose, was struck in the aide of tbe
head by a coal shovel vesterdav morn
ing and an ugiy ga-h was influ-'ed
near the temple. It was dressed by
Dr. Eames.
David Smith and Ed Mtirphv came
before Justice Jones yesterda'y, the
former on a charge of vagrancy and
the latter as a common drunk. Smith
was fined $25 and Murphy 's.*>, both of
which were paid.
The case of Peter Stokes, charged
with |>etty larceny, was on trial before
Justice tkxterberg last evening. The
man was found guilty and sentenced
to fifty days in the cuunty jail in lieu
of SIOO fine imposed.
In view of the fact that smallpox is
prevalent in Portland and the extent
of daily travel between Seattle and that
city, it will be the part of caution for
all persons to allow themselves to be
vaccinated without delay.
Mr. A. W. Bast of Port Townsend,
is in the city.
Moody, the evangelist, is a guest at
the Occidental.
Mr. John H. l.aycock has removed
into his new home in Uie Park ad
Miss Lucy Snow of San Francisco
arrived in the city on the
vc-terdav, and will"visit Mrs. Captam
)tallard while here.
Mr. Frank W. (ioodhue, formerly
deputv United States marshal, has
accepted a potiUon as assi-tant book
keeper with Z. C. Miles.
Mr*. E. J. Agard of New York, sis
ter of Mrs. Dexter Horton and aunt
of Mr. 0. K. Corgell, arrived in the
city last evening to spend the winter
in "Seattle.
Mr. Geo. S. Batty, general Western
agent of the Wisconsin Centra! rail
road. Pas-ed through the city yester
day on his way hack to Portland from
a trip to Victoria.
"Tnr WnKL»." —Little's version of
the famous and time honored melo
drama "The World," was produced to
a fair house at Frye's last night. The
play is one of the most highly colored
melodramas on the boards and there
is a succession of sensational and
blood curdling incidents, which are fo
thick that they rather pall on one.
The spectacular effects were remark
ably well produced and the ship
j wrick scene was especially good
and brought down the hoii-e. F.
Coleman, a-i Dennis, was the favorite
with the audience. J. Little was
average good. Harry Elliston but
slightly overdid the "character, and
Miss Mabel Norton w*s a charaiing
Jennie tirahani. The play will be re
peated to-night.
Fi*» SLICEFIRO CAR.— The Pullman
'Lomond" was attached to the payen/
ger train of the Puget Sound immr
that came in yesterday morning. *he
Lomond is one of the most elegant
cars ever manufactured bv Pullman.
It is upholstered beautifully in green
plush, and is fitted up with alj the ap
pliances for comfort m traveling that
pertain to the modern sleeper.
Drrd* Kerorttfil ftt the Anriltor'a
ORlra iMltrdt;.
Twenty one deeds were (lied for rect>nl
yesterday, the consideration* aggregating
111,200, an average of l-VKS. Following I*
the lift »• furni*hed by Wood A ;t>* borne,
abstracters of title
J, 8. Magg* to I- Heche, lot* 1, 2, blk t,
liaxel wood add. 114 '
J II Eengatorffto A.OUehrlst, tote 1, 2.
blk «. B»n»»torfr« ad.t, |W».
H White to O Pet. r*oo, lota 12, 13, blk
1, White & Manning add. 1600
}. K. Ham to R. < . sbinn, tot 4. blk *.
town of Yesler, »200
t» F. Pearborn to I. Serrick, lot 11,blk
Ede* A Knight * add, 1401)
H White to D. Winter*, lota 4-\ 4<>, 47, «*,
blk 9. White .1 Manning'* a Id, I4TO
W s I- A I. Co. T.i M MeEaK-hen, lot 10.
blk It W a, *3SO.
IK> to J. MrEacben. lot 11, blk 14, ® 8-.
II White to A. T. Nordqulirt. lota U3,
24. blk 9, White * Manning !, add. |S2f>.
I>o to 0. Biulen, tot 11, blk .'. Whit« A
Manning * add to W S . I! 00
H. LTealert* K. C. Khtnn, lots 11. 12.
blk»: lota*. 7. blk 1. Ye*!er'» first add to
town of Kent, W a. |W
K. C. Kiitwurue toO C.Shorey. lota I, 2.
S, blk I. Northern add. W».
T. II DempaeytoM W Karp, lot 4. blk S.
Eden Jt Knight a add. IWO.
II While t.> E. Taylor, lots 1, 2. J. 4, A. *,
43, 44, 4&. 4*. 47, 4*. bit .1, White A Mau
nins'« add to W 8, {l*oo,
G. Peterson to II White, lot 3, blk 1,
White & Manning - * add, SIOO
O. B. Kittitiger to M Randal!, lot 6, blk
7. Terry's fonrthadd. !<«».
p Brook* to X Steel, lata I, 2.11, 12, blk
S?. r.mttu* add. 1141*. .
M McFeigh tot,-F K.Graff, *4.' feet of
lots, blk 14. belraof is* rah A Bell'a add,
F C. Teck to D K. lKcg, lot 7. blk I, town
of Slaughter. 11000.
1.. W Bailar.l to IV B kley. lot .. blk 1,
Ballard'* flr»t add to town of daughter.
*'p Kellogg to V Buekl. V. tot T.blk I. Pal
lard'* flr*t add to towu of Slaughter. IVO
Towel*. Cheater Cleary.
Se rubber comb*. Cleary.
-iee t vday'a want column.
Plush tale. Cheater C «ary
Comforter*. Cheater« :eary
Sew etoaka Cheater cleary.
4.V »i!k plush. Cheater Clear*.
Pur trimming Cheater Cleary
Price oar new olnshea Cleary
Great aale; table linen* Clear*.
Sale of hosiery Cheater C!««ry
Soc M.tondid Hnrterware Cleary
4V silk plashes. Cheater Cleary
*Se silk plu*he* Chester Cleary.
New trimming*. Cheater Cleary.
New dress good*. Chester lieary.
I'rice our flan nels. Chester Cleary.
\Mfv eurtain net*: big >aV. Clear*.
|1 a s lendid white spr-ad. Cleary
Fa*tern cash price*: c..»k*. Cleary.
Eastern rash prree*; Cleary.
IS walking }•• keta. Cheater Cleary.
2&c!adte* all w.Kil ho** Cheater (bleary,
.se ham-atitcted tiau.Hrn-hiefa Cleary.
t'atrpaign plc:.:.*e* at Graham A Deal
ClUdrea cry lor Pltctw'i Cuterii
Ite Oflkers Aeeoaplish Their
California Mission.
latarvl*. WHk >r. A. H. A.dtrvn
—A Plruut d«an«y-ait
•UtOMiti C«nwM.
Mr. J. It. McDonald, president, Mr.
C. F. White, general manager, and A.
H. Anderson, general Eastern repre
| senUtive, of the Pacific Mill Com;*»y.
! returned yesterday morning in the
i "Pe' iai Pullmsri car >noquainai? from
| a l'*-day»' bosiness and pleasure trip
to San Francisco. Mr. Anderson was
railed on at the office of tbe company
in the Poncin block yesterday after
noon, and was asked concerning the
trip and missiou, which it was under
stood was one reason of the joorney to
the Bay City.
"Our trip was an exceedingly pleas
ant one," answered Mr. Anderson, in
his usual affable fbne*s. "Our party J
numbered six, and contained beside-
Mr. McDonald. Mr. White and myself.
Mr. Thoma Ewing. Mrs. McDonald
and Mrs. A. It. Stewart. Mr. Stewart
accompanied o*as far as Portland. We
lefl Seattle on Thursday. Nov. 1. and,
after an exceptionally pleasant jour
ney arrived in San Francisco on tbe
following Sunday. We remained there
throughout the week, and started on
our return on Saturday night, arriving
home in sound health and spirits this
"How about the business purpose -
o? your trip?
We went to join the Pacific Fine
Lumber Association, and we ac
complished our object without the
slightest difficulty or dissatisfa. tion.
An article appeared in Your paper last
Saturday, in your Tacoma corres
pondence, concerning our mission to
Ban Vrancitco, that both am used and
annoyed me. in*omm h as it was *o
absurdly mistaken in its mi-state
ments as to our reason* for joining
the association, that I feel called upon
to correct the a|y>rebension-< under
which your correspondent appears to
he laboring. Our relations with the
Sat sop Railroad Company and with
Hanson & Co. have always been of
the most mutually satisfactory
nature. and I cannot imagine
whence any statement to the contrary
should have emanated. Assertions
were made also that we were handi
capped in joining the association; but
the fact is that no conditions whatever
were imposed upon u< We buy our
logs where we can get them the cheap
est, and we sustain iust the same re
lations to other lumbering companies
and to tbe public that wo have before
In fact." continued Mr. Anderson,
smilingly, "we are not a corporation
cormorant, but a simple luvtbenng
and milling company that purpose- to
do business on business principle",
and to furnish lumber to the public at
as reasonable prices as we can possiblv
manufacture it.
"Our inrtl has been operating about
a monjJr and we are now turning out
flour 100,000 to 125,000 feet of
pmfi\ier per day. We expect to be run
ning in a short lime at our maximnm
capacity of 175,000 feet per dav. Our
location is fonr and one-half miles
from Tacoma. on the Northern Pa
cific on the Sound, where we are ac
cessible to all interior and ail deep «ea
"Mr. McDonald and myself leave
for the East in a few days," added
Mr. McDonald. "Our present desti
nation is St. Paul. I expect to re
turn in about three months and take
entire charge of the affairs of the Sat
sop Railroad Company."
Two Prospective Naval Stations.
San Fraoclsro Bulletin.
A recent map issued bv the Mari
time Canal Company of Nicaragua
discloses the physical features of the
country over which the route has been
surveyed better than thev have ever
been shown on paper before. If the
canal is ever constructed by American
capital, or substantially under Ameri
can patronage, it will eventually pass
under the control of the United States
government, so far at least, a« the
right to pass war-ships through this
water-way, and to lay them up in the
fresh wa'er of Lake Nicaragua. It
would require but a few steps in ad
vance of the pre-ent negotiations to
secure a great naval station in that
lake. If the canal were once built, in
all the known world there could not
be found another place so admirably
fitted by nature for a great naval ren
dexvoua as in Lake Nicaragua. The
islands in that lake would afford
the necessary shelter; drv docks could
Isj/THiilt and stores collected. The
sisips riding at anchor there would be
Teadv to pass into the Atlantic or Pa
cific side of the continent of South
America, or to be sent up the north
west coast of the Pacific. The attain
ment of this result may be remote,
but it is not one of the impossibilities
of the future. No one can say what
the territorial limitations of this
country are to behalf acenturv hence.
The N* icaragua canal will lie con
structed lieeau.se it will h:«ge advan
tages which have hardly been hinted
at present By treatv, negotiation
and purchase, richts may finally be
acquired which admit of tfie establish
ment of a great naval reserve in the
waters of Lake Nicaragua.
In *otne important this will lie
the key of the two continents. Sup
po-e to-dav the canal were constructed
and a great naval station e-tahlished
in the lake mill way between the Atlan
tic and the Pacific? All the war
vessels would be propelled by steam
or would depend u[>on some other
motor than wind. In a few hours they
could move out on the Atlantic or I'a
cilie. according to the eiigencv of the
times. In the lake they would be se
cure from the attack of an enemy,
always supposing that the supreme
control of the canal should l>e in the
United ."states. All this is sugge«ted
by a study of the new map. The
great ba-in wonld bold all the ships of
the world. Hut if it held only the
war-ahips of the I'nited States the ad
vantages of the position could hardly
be over-estimated.
The other great naval station, pros
pectively, will probably be in the wa
tei- of I'uget Sound, where no treaties
or conce-sfons w:ll lie required This
great land-locked water is already
necked with the ships of commerce.
But if such an event should occur as
that the Dominion of Canada should
become a part of the I'nited states it
*oo!j follow that the great naval sta
tion , n the Northwe-t coast would 1*
somewhere on Puget Sound. Long
before such a transition the country
ma* have developed to such an ei
tet;' a to make such a -tation a neces
sity. With a continental railroad and
Coal and timber in abundance on the
margin of the Jsound, war ve-sels
would be near the ha-e of supplies.
If hereafter, there is to be anv u-e for
fleet- of war-ships, these two great
land-locked harbors would be among
the most important naval resource*
of the world. 1 hey are the
reserves not yet laid under contribu
tion in this re*pect, l*cau»e they have
not been wanted All the great na
tions in the world are increa-ing their
warfl-et- itur own goveremerc has
begun to create a fleet of |>.werf ul -hip-
Tbevsountrv ha-a. oast line wiih few
defense* Ihe Tacitic si ie of the con
tinent is in process of raptd develop
ment. A' some perio.l not very far
in he future, a- string a navy fonv
mav le required in the Pa> iiic as in
the Atlantic water#. Even to-day
there are not many plaies i.ttrsl by
nature for great naval stations, that
are unoceupted With the constrnc
tion of tne Nicarag'.a canal and the
rapid development of the HortfcaM,
such advantage- as Lake Nic.tr-.gua
an.l I'uget Sound p»»*-ei>s in tins re
spect, would not be ignored.
Hrai x sarri(!■■*■» in drea* gocda Mon lay
mi.rninig: taarthiif great for 10c. Toklaa
Mogvrmau 4 Co.
Cbildrcß Cry for PitcMr't Cuterlt
• i
Arrived prl matfila from San Fran
<■»* S. Lewis, John < orjaai. A. E
Oray and wi Jr. J. M. Gardner
«C wife. M. a. Werdtn and wife.
T. H. Lowe, 8. W. Girard Gvev and
son. Nellie Cook, Mr-. A. E. <ridw*ll.
E. A. Heatherton. Miss Wat-oa E.
A»e» and wife, C ). Beaacbamp. Mr».
De *Goot, Mrs. R. leaars and two
daughters. f"has. D. Harri-. H. sitin
ner. wife and son, Geo. A. Gates and
Arrived per steamer Premier from
Vancouver, B. C.: J. Scott. G. Harri
son and wife, H. Peter-. E. Copeland.
A. D. Chariton. G. G. Chandler. A. B.
Kiutan. A. Winston. G. stad l, Joo.
AHy. Willie Morgan. Bessie Ward. J.
B. John-on. J. Richard-on. W. Bny,
Jno. Taylor, Katie Brown, Neil Itrown.
IC. Ri»-hards. H. C. Carosv, Frank Leo.
!I. Banster. M. McDonald. Wo Gen.
W. Blackiire. Samuel Tretheaev, E.
Sherwood. G. F. Baseb. C. C. itoiier,
Mr. Trump. Mrs. WiUian.", Ida Au
guster. Mi-- Bonieaux, Mrs. Bordeaux.
J. Bordeaux, Katie Roden, Mr-.
Shears, Jas. shear". Mrs. shears. J.
Shears, P. Peter-on. Mr-. Eva Olherg.
R- Smith. Jane Martei.
tte new silk plashes, all colon. C bester
If yta ha>e a ro< ra torent advertise It in
the want coinsd
( has. Xafcer is advertising barjains la
For column tu-day.
New stock of kid glove* by to
day front Sew York. Tok>*>. &agennaa
& Co.
rnderwear «a!e Honda? and all
week at only half price. Toklas, "iager-
BU A Co.
Marvelotis barrain* in tents" scarfs; we
rmu sell you a 75c scarf for ate. Toklas.
Singerman A Co.
Priestley Henrietta; an the grades; see
their trade-mark raraisbed board. TokUs.
siagerman A Co. *
Prof. Dillon's dancing school Fridays
at >aj p. m. Javeniie class Saturdays iit
2 p. m. at Turner hall.
We are the only aatbortced agents for
Dan Sap's Fii'th arenec soft. ftiST and siik
hats. Toklav «in«erma» A Co.
Perfect satisfaction guaranteed to everr
customer at our great reduction sale of
dress goo-it. Toklas, Bingermau A Co.
All fresh, spick and span, our new drive
Vlonday morning. Ss-iaeh all-wool iress
goods at 25c. Toklas Singerman A Co.
E. Lobe A Co.. of the Golden Rale Ba
saar. Front street, are not connected with
any other person or Imdness house in the
city, nar have any branch store
To do full Justice to Ihe prescription de-
C truent of their establishment, the
wart A Holmes lirngCo find it neces
sary to keep their store open all night. A
competent prescription clerk will be on
band at all hours; *l9 Front street.
Its sHpenor excellence proven in millions
of homes for more than a quarter of a cen
tory. It Is used by the United States Gov
ernment Endorsed by tiie heads of tie
Great Universities as the Strangest, Purest
and Most Healthful Dr. Price's Cream
Baking Powder does »ot contain Ammonia,
Lime or Alma. Sold only in cans.
Harrison Hunts the Democratic
Hosts as X>r. Darrln Does Disease.
To the I'ublu- Six months ago I
published a card giving in detail the
marvelous cure Dr. Damn :*rfornied
on me bv his new electrical treatment,
my troubles t>eing a complication of
ailments, such as nervous and general
debility, heart disease, dyspepsia, liver
complaint, and last but not lea-t. vari
ous female troubles in uil their compli
cations, which ! will gladly describe
to any one calling on me or by letter
at .'ail Eighteenth street, Portland.
All the above afflictions are perfectly
and permanently cured. I never felt
so well in my life. I cannot 'ay too
much in praise of Dr. Darrin". 1
would not take SIOOO and be placed
back where I was tiefore treatment.
Etlitor Oregonian—Sir; Seeing so
many statements in your paperof euro
l>y I>r. Darrin I deem it rignt to say
what he has done for me. Si* n.ontlis
ago 1 was taken with a soreness
through my kidneys, liver and stom
ach, and general weakness of the
whole system. My kidney trouble ter
minated in an inflammation of the
prostrate gland and urethra and ca
tarrh of the Madder. All remedies
seemed to fail until I was treatei" and
cured by Dr. l'.irrin. Publish this
that others mav know where to be
cured. My address is :>i Columbia
street, Portland. T. L. Mux*.
&Rtor <hrft'minn: I wish to express
my sentiments regarding L>r. Darrin.
I hare been afflicted with liver com
plaint, dyspepsia and malaria. Through
their electric and medical treatment I
am cured Reside at Metropolis hotel.
First street. Portland.
Drs Darrin can 1* consulted free at
235 Fifth street, corner Main. Port
land. 10 tot daily; evenings, 7 to S;
Sundays, 10 to 12. All curabieohronic
di*ea-es, loss of manhood, blood Liints,
syphilis, gleet, gonorrhoea, -tn.tue,
spermatorrhea. seminal weakness or
loss of desire of sexual power in man
or woman, catarrh and deafness are
confidentially and successfully treated.
Cures of private diseases guaranteed
and never published in the papers.
Circulars sent free, Mo«t cases can
receive home treatment after a visit to
the doctors' office.
I)r-. I'arnn can he consulted free at
the International hotel. Cherry street.
Seattle. W. T . and will under no cir
cum-tances take a ca-e that they can
not cure or benefit. Charres are rea
sonable and the poor treated free from
9to 10 a in. Tne-davs and Saturdays.
Office hours from 10 to 4 daily; eve
ninps, 7to *; Sundays. 10 to 12. All
curable chronic diseases— !o-t man
hood. blood taint*, syphilis, cieet,
gonorrhoea. stricture. spermatorrhoea,
-eminal weakness or loss of de-ire of
seiual power in man or woman, ca
tarrh or deafness are confidentially
and successfully treated. Most case
can receive home treatment after a
visit to the doctors' office. Inquiries
an-were.l and circulars sent free.
{The I>r*. I>arrin also have a branch
office at £55 Fifth street. Portland. Or.,
where any in that ricinity can consult
AH Chronic. X«rfon« tad S|Mrei*l
l>i»ea«e« Skillfully Treated.
Dr. B- 12. Johnson, who recently »p*nt
etght months in the j* neipnl ho»p>tn2s
» ui ieadinc me»lieai institution* of New
Y *rt rjty, bavin* r**nme«l prac*i« - In 8e
, »ttlf. * prepared to treat *ll GentoOrf
uarc Liintief, ail c*kin and Blood I* *
1 all ailment* ant ng irr»w * Weak
eneo Nerroof vf the
! k •tnerm, Heart and I-*n«v all R**fa! I»te
fLM and *1) IHteaat* to Women,
« r. -d a g to the Late*t aud m.*t unproved
m !ho*lft. C'ooaal'at ou Frwe. t>®ee—
rooma aid *O. N m Yet.er Block. If ill
j irreet.
Cklldrn cry for Pltcter' Castoria
Selected Bargains
For To-day,
November 14, 'BB.
Recast niensl every property meoUoaed In
the fnSowißE cbosce list as a rare barrain
which cannot fail lo return a pro Of. In Jaet,
Have selected tbe following from their
large is* of properties as the very ►*« ia
vestaients now on the market, and they
realise that wbea they male this statement
they stake their reootatlon on it.
ff IT infl- 1 * acres of water front on
)|j.4UU UieWukisrtKi, oear Kirk
land at {lO4 an acre. Would taie half
! Ctftb
it m tnn _Loss * am <. block is. a. a.
.pIU.OUU Denay'. plat. This is a 129 ft
Stjoare. muolng throoih fn.m sth to cth
street, and faria; on both streets, two lots
sonth of Union on jlreet andoppnaiie the
Cnirt-rslty grounds. There are toar neat
cottages on the Fifth ttr et side, which
easily rvnt for 125 a m nth each. There
is t.lenrr of roota for foar more on &ixth
street, and by intildice these the property
will return oetweea l', and IV, per cent,
per month, above taxes, tosu-ance and ail
exi«nses. The location is admirable, the
lots all that could be tif sired, snd in oar
estiniation, the property at the rrice
named is the best investment ia Seattle to
day for that am on tit of nioncr.
C Q enn-moek 2.1, Carkefk's (or Snm-
mil) (upplementai plat It is
high ground, lays well and is a bargain.
• Q nnn -Lo*s.Moek34, heirs of tfarah
Sw>UUU A. Bell's second addition. This
N a full lot on Ninth street, south of
Stewart, together with a neat $1,400 cottage
containing five rooms, closet, pantrr, etc.
The house is insured for itj years for
SI,OOO. This is a rare opportunity for any
one desiring to secure a cosy home, well
located, at a bargain.
ff 1 ) gnn-Lot and bran new 6-room
4£,uUU house, with hot and cold water
corner Tenth and Howell streets. Will rent
for S3O. $2300, for this week only A snap.
• 1 Cnn-*«"T nem Story and a half
SZ>9UU house; cost barn cost
$300; lot cleared, fenced and grubbed; on
Box street, just south of Harrison; very
near n«w Cable road; for
cash, balance on time if desired. Owner
needs money for other purposes. Don't
pay rent when you can secure a home at
such a bargain.
O /nn-Theeheapcs: house and lot on
)Z.<HJU the mtrket. It Is at the cor
ner of Twelfth and Mikado streets, less
than two blocks from the Cable road. Six
room house which cost sl,t*», and is good
as new. Lot cost S9SO five years acn. Has
private water works which cost $l5O, mak
ing total cost of $2,500. It is a rare bar
rain at $2,400 and will be snapped up
quickly. Half cash and half in two years.
tf I nnn-I-*" * n d 17, Jones' snpnle
4>I,UUU mental plst of block 11, Barke's
second addition. Owner neids moaey.
A bargain.
<1 nnn-Lo<> A and 7. block B, Wood
4>I,UUU ward's addition. Lot 7 is a
large corner 72x120 feet, and 6 is regu
lation size, <loxl2o, There is a fine view,
and anyone wishing a nice bnildlng lot or
a rood investment, could not do better
than take these two fur II,OUO
tfl Ofl!! - 1 * nd 2, block <D. Heirs of
4>I.OUU .-arah A.Belli Secondaddition,
corner Pine and Eleventh streets. Ix>ta
cleared: SIOOO cash, balance in year. This
is considerably below market price.
tfQ Cnn-*" ,l "s week only, a lot on
4>O>S)UU Front street, between Lcnora
and Vtrptiii. nearly opposite tb" Half
way House. including a fcs.ooo residence,
ran be had for $5.600. Tbe bare lot ad
joining cannot be had for SIO,OOO.
Fine Front street property at from $lO,-
000 to $16,000 per lot
A splendid 40-aere tract north of Lake
Union at $l5O an acre. Adjoining property
is selling at S2OO.
Ix>ts and blocks in Arlington Heights and
lots in Law's Second addition.
If you don't find what you want in this
list, come and sec us, and if we bavn't it
we will get it.
Good building lot in Tern's fifth or
Plummer's additions or vicinity. Cash
Room 49, New Yesler Block.
Take the elevator.
Q. F. FIYE Proprietor and Manager
Tuf «<lay uml "We<lnef«ii»jr.
The Greatest Success in America.
Grand Production of the Wonderful, Suc
cessful, 6-Act Scenic Drama.
Under th#>j*T®onal management of GEO.
O. MORRIS, introducing the Popu
lar Actor,
Mr. J. Z. Little
110,000 invested In special teener? and
effcets. Everything new, bright and mag
nificent The following eraud Scene* will
be positively pfoduced Act Ist. The Har
tmr (the Depairtniv.) Act 2d. Ship at Sea
(the Sinking Ship.) Act 3d. The Haft
(Water, water all around and oot one drop
to drink.) Act 4th. The Gardens (Brother
and Sister ) Act sth. The Lunatic Asylum
(the Revolving Wall and Beautiful Moon
light Panorama.) Actsth. The Hotel Par
Seats on sale at the Seattle Pharmacy.
Third Judicial District of the Territory
of Washington, holding termrat Seattle.in
the county of King Territory of W ashing
ton. county of King. as.
No. 6198—David Renton. plaintiff, vs.
Hannah Rentou, defendant
To the above named defendant:
Vol a*c hereby notified that Darfd Hen
ton, plaintiff. bas flled a complaint a*ain«t
TO* in the district court of the Third Judi
cal Hi-triPl. hotdlnc t-rra» at Seattle.
Waahlngton Territory, which wtll come on
to be heard aixtjr daj» after the flr»! pnbh
cation of thi» >unin\un>, to-wit Sixty days
after the JOth day of Angnft. IK**, and nn
lew yuu appear and answer t he (awe on or
before the «lb day of October, INM, the
name will be taken as con fen—a. and the
pra<er «f said mrapla'iit granted.
The object and prayer of naid complaint
is Plaintiff la hit complaint allefra mar
riaceofthe parties July 5, Ki and that
ever»!ri'-e they have t«een and u-iw are
hn«ban<t and wife. That on or about Apnl,
IvM. defendant, without eatue or provoi a
tion therefor, wilfnilv deaerted and abati
doued «ani p aintiff. and ever rince baa
and will continue* torh abandonment of
i. ainttff. and to live separate and apart
from him. asraind h:» will and without hit
(-..noent, and prays that the bood« of mat
rimnnv between piaintiffand defendant I*
dissolved, and that they be f.vrever freed
an,l divhanrad from the obligation and
eifW't thereof, and for such other further
or different rehef as may to the court arem
eqnitable and meet in the premise*.
t*itne«a mv band and the aeal of »ai"t
court, this 2Sd dav of Aoetm. !■*"-
(Mat: W K. 1-EIXiEK WOOD. Clerk.
Ems Sutra. Attorney '■>' f a n-i!f »"t
Caste na is recommended by phjr*i
■>ians f»r chililreti teething., It i- a
purely vegetable preparation: it- ir.-
-iredients are puMiabed around each
,3!tie It is plea-ant to the ta-te and
abaolately harmless It relieve- con
stipation! reflate# the bo* el-, qmvt
pain, cures .narrhtta and wind colic
allays feTen-hness. de-troy* wo m
and prevents oonvul-ion*. aoo*he- th*
> hild and gives it refreshing and natu
.-al sleep. Cistona i- Ibe chiMren »
panacsa, the
fe wis apl2w4y
Frost and Columbia Sts.
For this Week!
Remember the antiquated
maxim. "Never buv a pig
in a poke." Remember a
dollar saved is a dollar made.
Remember when you think
of laying down y»ur money
for Dry' Goods, Clothing,
Milliner)-, Carpets and Fur
nishing Goods, that Tok
las, Singerman & Co., ex-
ponents of liberality and
champions of the LITTLE
doing business, guarantee
the largest selection and the
biggest dollar's worth on
the Pacific Coast.
It makes no difference to
T. S. & Co. how low a price
other dealers may name,
we will always sell the
same quality for a LOWER
PRICE. .By strictly ad
hering to this principle of
underselling competitors and
truthfully representing every
article we sell, we have built
up a business that is with
out a parallel in the devel
opment of any mercantile
veuture ever made.
Cloaks and Wraps!
The strongest stock we have
to offer this week is on our
Third Floof, in our Cloak
and Wrap department.
'Hie very best thing we
ever offered in a New
market will be shown this
week. All sizes, from' 34 to
44, Black or Brown Berlin
j Twill for $7.00 ; this gar
ment is equal to any $14.00
Cloak in this or [any other
city. We have the largest
variety west of Chicago, of
Plush Wraps and Ladies'
Paris Wraps.
Additional novelties have
been received during the
I past week in very rich, long
and short garments, to
which we respectfully invite
the attention of all seeking
for choice goods, of which
duplicates cannot be pro
cured in the city. As usual,
our prices are much under
those prevailing for high
class Paris Wraps.
Lidiw' London-Made Wilkin#
The assortment of high
class London-Made Walk
ing Jackets which we shall
offer this week is beyond all
comparison the greatest in
variety ever seen in Seattle,
and the styles are exclusive
with us. They are marked
greatly under value. Adher
ing to our strict rule, we
make no charges for altera
Front and Columbia Sts.
Front ud Columbia Sts.
Trimmed Hatsand Bonnets,
embracing all our imported
models and special exclu
sive designs. Round Hats
and Turbans. Fancy Feath
ers and ornaments, new
even, - Monday morning.
Ladies intending to purchase
Silk Handkerchiefs for the
Holidays will find it to their
advantage to secure the bar
gains we are now offering,
as the variety will not last
long, and they cannot be
obtained later on.
Ladies' genuine Japanese-
Silk Handkerchief, 16 inch,
fancy colors, 25c.
The inducement to be of
fered to-morrow in this de
partment will be of special
interest to every lady who
has any immediate or pros
pective intention of pur
chasing anything in the line
of Upholster)' goods, Lace
Curtains, PoHKeres, &c.
We enumerate a few
special lines which cannot
be duplicated at double
the price. Several of the
lots being small, an early
inspection will be necessary
to prevent disappointment
in securing them.
One lot Nottingham Lace
Curtains, taped edge, at
SI.OO per pair; another lot
at $1.35 per pair; another
lot heavy Nottingham Lace
Curtains at $1.50 to $2.50
per pair; 200 pair Antique
Lace Curtains from $2.75 to
$14.50; one lot Swiss Tam
boured Lace Curtains at
$12.00, worth $25; French
Renaissance Lace Curtaisn
at $10.75 pair, good value
$17.50; one lot Vienna Chen
ille Curtains at $6.50; 100
pr. Silk Turkoman Cur
tains $8.50 to $12.50.
Several pieces Spun Silk
Tapestry, to close out, re
duced from $3.50 to $2.00;
10 pieces very fine Silk Bro
catelle at $5.00; sold no
where for less than $10.00;
Smyrna Rugs, Wilton Rugs,
Plush Rugs, Fur Rugs,
Sheepskin Rugs, Goatskin
Window Shades made
and put up in the best man
ner at lowest prices.
Great Sale
* Fourth Floor ud Bucmcnt
We have made some ex
traordinary purchases in
Blankets, and can offer the
same for less than any mer
chant can buy them. As
they cannot last long at the
very low prices placed upon
them, an early examination
is advised.
Lot 1—285 pairs 4 'of Blank
ets. Lot 2—325 pairs Wool
Blankets, large size, at $4
per pair. Lot 3—260 pairs
Wool Blankets, large size,
at $5.50.
Comfortables and Quilts
—65 doz. full sized comfort
ables, with good filling at
75c. each.
A handsome line of foreign
and domestic Eider Down
Comfortables with Sateene
and Chintz eoTerinpi.
Special Bargains in Marseilles Qailts
itIIOS fof tbl< mttk as if.
Front and Columbia Sts.
Front and Columbia Sts.
For the coming week wo
can offer seven lotos of Men's
and Voniic Men's Soils,
bought job. at especially low
figures. One line All Wool
Cheviot, very cheap. One
line All Wool Double and
Twist, gray and black, for
two-lhirds Its value. One
line, 45 suits. Silk Mixed.
One line, 36 suits. Fancy
Worsteds. These goods are
especially low. and we are
using them as an advertise-
I menf.
Throe lines in Voung
j Men's Suite. Big bargains.
All goods marked in plain
We also received $->OOO
worth of Boys' and Chil
dren's goods by same in
voice a( equally low prices,
comprising Long Pant Suite,
Kneo Pant Suite and Over
('all early and get first
choice, as these goods will
go very quickly.
Gentlenea's Fnntisliitij[ Goods.
Men's Merino Striped
Shirts and Drawers, winter
weight, 50c. Men's Mole
skin Overshirts, 50c. Men's
Fancy French Percale Shirts
3 collars and 1 pair cuffs,
75c and sl. These goods
are faet color and good style.
Men's English Merino Half
Hose, 25c. Men's Natural
Wool Mixed, 3 prs. sl. Men's
Natural Wool Sanitary Silk,
50c. Over 500 different pat
terns in Men's fine Silk, Sat
in lined, Scarfs, 25c. Ask
for the Arlington, the latest
Scarf. In Men' Underwear
the stork represents Heeler's
hand made Derby nndsrwear
natural camel's hair, Austra
lian wool, lamb's wool, nat
ural wool spllecd seat, gent's
Saxony wool shirts and draw
ers, gent's Cashmere shirts
and drawers, Oent's Merino
shirts and drawers, Kent's
Balbrigjcan shirts and draw-
ers. We represent the Llr
zenin Mills in Derby striped
camel's hair shirts and
drawers, plain camel's hair
shirts and drawers, Scarlet
wool double seat drawers,
gray Scotch wool doable seat
drawers, Swits Coade non
shrinking shirts and draw-
ers In plain, fancy and
striped. Dr. Jaeger'H Sani
tary Woolen System Com
pany underwear for ladies,
children and men; also nitrht
shirts and OTemhirts. T., S.
A. Co. are sole a«ent« for Se
attle, W. T. Special atten
tion to mail order*.
Front and Columbia Sts.

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