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THIPOMTILLIGENCEE
fabUahed Dkllrawl Weekly In h* '<*«
BotkJtn*, gnartl-. Wa*tl- Ter.
ST MAIL:
JMIT, 1 Ten. In TAFTOEE H» »
ZS&T&. " :::::::::::: ?!
Weekly,« month*. * .
Sondav, 1 jrear, - £ *
Weekly and 3enrt«j,l JW. to a4r-» » »
Weekly, when not paid io adraoce. HP
*T c»a*J«
Itt; T , per week » eenu
M»crit»-r* ortert*«ddM^
•hcmld *lre the <M a<ldrr« well " tfce
muncxm Co.. Settle.
WHAT CO WOK"** SHOULD DO.
There is Utt'e prospect that congre*
will accomplish anything of import
ance during the section which hasju
begun. There will I* •> '!» }>"ition «<
lea re the 'tUksnent <s pending '! ,iC *
tkmsto the Fifty-fir* congrt**, hotl
in order to relieve Harrison* admin
iatratloß of siaharraaamentand to ho!<
it aafely re'ponrable for ihe settlemenl
of tlie question* upon which the ID
coming pwidont was elected.
It ia not often tha' important legis
Ution is enacU-d by a congre* in
which the senate U controt'ed Ky «>m
political party and the hone by an
other. Almost eiery important Mo
tion with wli.l. congress »
upun to deal partake. more -r 1.--, o.
a political nature, «n<l ia »'?
the members from behind the pa',,,
breaittwoiks. 11i*for this th'-.
a Vast majority o£ the UlllMM pr <
tented to a dltiiieil OOOgrcas are <tf
■ ied to fail in bet* <• i
the house?. It H for this rewon lb.,
ho tariff legislation baa been enact*
•inre the Repnblicans contr<«*e<l iootl
branches of congnws seven yea/a ag«
It i- for thi* reason that '.il effort* V
aecure the adnalarion of eligible terri
lories into the Union >.are failed. Il
is for thi« MMM that v „be Fiftieth con
grew was able to accomplish nothing
bat roatfne worV dr.ring the first aes
•kin though thai aaaaion was the long
felt in <rtle history of the country.
It V. thertfd»<, highly probable tliat
*»ot!lrinfr of fiwportatice will 1* aceom-1
jp|i»lieii dnrt-iK- the present session.
Poiisc raU. smarting under an
defeat, will scarcely I
■Venture upon a decided policy, and!
the RerM>lican* will evince a di-pod-1
tion hh to approach the coti"ideration
of fW.iortant question' until boOi
Boil* s are ander their control.
fls -atise no important legislation is
• fo* o expected, however, it i* not »e be
lit tiers tood that not* in needed. There |
*t-o man) questions loesslngfee settle
».ent, and their iwsideratkw Wbotild
*not be po«tponed ontil thehde'ent of a
new administration or for my rfther
reason. Oneot the most :t»tport«it
questions demanding *tVrition. at !
least in the eye* of the fwviple of the
northwest. Is that of thr admix*!* iof j
the territories which k«*e long been
prepared for statehood Thi<<|Uestioti
will lie nromptly taker up hy the sen
ate, which has alre*fy passed a Mil
for the admission «t South Ikikota.
and which will speedily pa«s kills for
the admission of Washington. North
llakota.wnd Montana. It is altogeth
er probable, however, that the Demo
crat* of the hon«e, desirous of saving
front the wreck «f their party hopes
all that can lie saved, will insist upon
the admission of New Muko, ami of
Dakota as one State. Of course the
Republican senate will «tot agree to
this, and the whole question will prob
ably go over to the ne*l congress. It
Is not lni|s»s.iblc that the Democrats,
knowing that tl»e admission of the
territories eamiot j*»*»il>ly be delayed
for more than a few month*, and
anxious to regain the ground which
they have lo»t in the northwest, will
•bnndon their position and offer no
further objection to the admission of
Washington, Montana, and the two
Dakotas. This, however, mu«t be re
garded as amone the possibdities,
rather than aniung the probabilities.
It Is much more likely that the session
will end without Justice being done to
the territories.
The tariff <]Hcstkiii should also l>e
dealt with. The Republican parly is
.|>le»)(tcl to an mie<iu.ite redaction of
the revenue withont injurv to the pro
tecteil industries of the country.
There is no iloobt thnt the Bepublican
aenators ami representative* will make
an effort to redeem this pledge at on< c
The senate tariff bill has already l-een
callevl up, that bill, either as it is
or in a modified form, will unques
tionahly l«e passed by the upper house
The IViuocratie representatives, how
ever, will as un<i\iestionablv ilefeat it
The lVesidetri. in his recent niessafte,
virtually < alls ti|Hin them to stand
firmly for tlie pr;m iplc< containeil In
the Mills bill, and there is little doubt
that they will take his ad vice. The re
ault wili IN- d disagreement l<etwecn
the two house#, and the whole ques
tion of tariff leitflalioti and surplus
reduction will K» over until the meet
ing of the ne*t eooyres*.
A satisfactory <»etUcraent of thelUh
erien question i* itio v desirable,
but it i* not provable that thU import
ant question will erett !*• torn lied ti|»on
during the pre*mt Thu
queMHut wa» to a certain extent an
issue in the « a»u| a #rn. ami it i* recog
nised a>* highiy proper that it* *etUe
nient should !»e left to the adrainistri
tion of President Harrison.
A* hi - been >*id tlirre i< much th*t
the present ron|tW'w *>..(; til \pt do with
profit t.> 111* c.uißtry, but the proN-i
bility that it will do anything n c\-
treraelv «m*U
Tlir ritinit tide of «h idea*
•motif; the email |<eopie an* m the
r«iik» of the (ierotan amy nm>l di<
turti the dream* of the astute li;«
marck < Ti»it though it i« <ft-regarded
by the aanjiuine and !icad-li\» j: young
emperor. Tlt.it a rv\.Mt
apiin-t the |>n>iml order of ifc rip- in
Germany will tak* place during the
lift- of the pre«ent general;,>n i» t sh!y
Improbable. The danprr i- a »!. Vr
ent one. but there l» a danger never
thele<« It i» n>t in - i t! it
]>eated evidences of
mar induce the emperor to attcuipt t u
•rouse anew the ii.ttntr.ai fee! -t» I>\
pi unpin? into the war to which he i>
Mil to be not averse. It I- France,
there ore, and Italy and Au*t i
rather than Germany it-. : u i.-h
must fear Herman discontent Ttie
peace of Europe is much more l:krl
to be disturbed by the sprta-i of <
ciaiism than i> the peace of the war
like em| eror.
tf all the prominent and able Ue
pubUcati* wh > hart> I*e»; i etit onetl |
as -poasiWe member* of Harrison >;
cabinet really obtain the prit « which '
they seek, the pre-identS offici i) fin; '
fly will contain no le«s li;»n three hnu- '
dreil members. And the otVciai count.
has o*ty been befim.
PUWC^-^
P?PRICEfc
CHE AM
Making
Sag
IU tmvfuint • -v/jewv {.rover. in mV.Vam*
•>( ho '•■• ■<' «** e '* u •'* ■ M '- r * cen
SrT H -:--1 «»r the «*"_VT
. rumen t. Kn«!o««l by the nirvU- of th*
I'n:..
~.4 Moat [(. » "ifuj t>r. hhrt < r»*w
bakl"* IMXlniloxW'tgMMi Anrnonfa.
Um« or A'»m. "old m>, 7 i!?. r SS"-,.,v
PRICE HAKIVr POWDER < O.
«•**■ rfitcicnt. «▼. U****-
A<i»«-rtt~-m»;nt* tufler t.i« B ot J - oa
Koii id, For «><•• «t>, St
w»i.o-d w:!l be at *>' r „ n . o( a
a ww! for lniu»*^ oo - ] r. irk
fw *•',* •QtM.-qV nt |n»>T!l'.. in».
»*•»' ',«r*r» In *4'.,,,.
, T": f<.!i.»»',neMbT»«rs i»«.r : s> t4vcr<
j *t *'. i** offire:
j Biior jK. J. ! Bo* «.
; B IA. M. I C.L.Q. S
FOR S.U.K.
L! 'II <Y ll\-"AH FINE 11/11 TS nil RF.
Is on Froat street. FNK SDE;L
tt"l< »I i HE offered for a few dayt onlj
( rawford A l onover, B»W Yesler Wo<-k.
Bt'Y HMK K A" BEAITT
ipeS. H I fnilv |wt*l. Wimdlatsi addition,
one-half ' ash; W arson II Pro»n Inquire
at Daniel Jotws 4 • .>'« real e-tateoffici-
I ~SOR S.TLJJ-TWO ON MII.L
street. A4DR'-«S *'R. tjlls office,
RSOIRVIL*- FINE M-[tjEN( E PROP
r ert»: ss-ntralljr !<*rat(l»l; magnldcent
\ lew ofttela hows-J has nine r.»M> It
ila a harrahi BETIVStiER .1 MEACHAM,
I IUK Mill street. !
I WKLE— RHEI.VING AND
I R W«S Apply To ILLRNIH k A Cheasty, 61'J
Frr«NT VTR» t. j
FS>N SAIt'HEAP- \ WAl.Ntrr
»p bedroom s» t. IITL Front
JsOWrt '
I IVH MI.E -CHEAP FOE CASH, THE
I I 1 firntnwick Hotel at tiilman; this
J boa-e Is dolus a *0.14 paying business and '
the nwfvrr'l oniv reaaon Nr selliua is !>-K>R
bcalttt of fantlly. Inquire of <*. E. Miller
TI Co . US Mill street.
1 I:V>K SALE—NEW HOUSE, I. ROOMS.
I 4 near street ear. W T Idllman. HW
Second street. _______
IX>R HALE—CROCKERY,GROANS AND
sewinz machines, toys, etc. Pilltnan
A Cowell. SFLA Sei-ond ST , Colonial BLOCK
1/OR SAL.E OLD NEWSPAPERS AT
I tills office.
TSOR SALE A FIRST CLASS DINING
1 R.HIM C. A. Mott, 681 second street
I TOR SALE MX HEAD HKAVY M( I.ES
and 10 head hor.es, by W. N White,
] 126 Isimhard street. North Seattle.
' | -SO It's ALE PERFT'MERY—THE L.ARO
• I' est A.sortnirut In theelty of choice and
! exquisite perfum< ry. at M A. Kelley's
I DM* store, 101 Commercial street.
I SOR HALE NEI. NW'J, SEC It. TOWN
i>. ran»<' 4 w. level land, small timber,
I partly cleared, very near Seattle ft lake
' I Shore li. R., price MODO. Address Box 541
city _____
I /OK SALE 1-OT* IN WE-T SEATTLE
Park aritiition. nexf to the point ami
• | nea*the ferry; elctcant view of every lot.
, I OKO. IMKFPKL, Commercial at., be
' J tween Mill aud WaahinKtan.
I 1 ,X»R SALE —OLD NEWSPAIERS IN
Nuntlleai of I<JO. at this office.
' j
, 101 l KENT.
sol; RENT- T PLEASANT HI ITK OF
1 TIARLOR*. witii or withont U*ar<L. Al»ply
T | 1217 Tblrd street.
I *■ -K K! v r KM VI I. NK\\ \\ >
'■ I O month, furniture for *alc. APPLY
■ 10WS Front Mreet. room 1
1 '|S.| KENT FI'RNISHEII ROOMS FOR
I I GT-NTKNIFII , 1122 Fourth wtrevt.
i 'Po KKST— A hTORK, 30X40. <ORNKR
I I (Viiar «n«l Fifth, North APPIV
on pTymiaw.
! I S|» WW M. CORNER Hol>E. NINE
' I RM.MV I»RW furniture, «»»T car line;
I I UNA location R \ M'trr.l-.'l OML nt.
FV)K KKNT P'ItNIMHKD AND ITNFL'R*
ui»he<l roovp • inal) I»art* T»F th ' city
• | «'all on SLLANKS A BWAFFORD. RO«JM
■ • 12* Hwwk. Front »t. mhSl
1 : L»LL KKNT- FMLMSIIFI 1 HOT SR.; DE
I I ulrahle l«N atlon. R. A Mott, T:I sec
I ont *
; R P<> I.ICT I.AROF FrttMsilKH >T NNY
I Front RTHNN, FOR ON- or two
I Rett HEME 11. O.J M . thin UFHC«>
I/O R RFNI NICE HOI SEKEEPfNO
rooma northeaot corner Third *u<l
I'rium Applv r««»m up n'airt»
hou*«e for rent within five inuiuf* *'
> walk of Smith'® t'ote ratlriui'l station; ten
nt'iiuict* rid# from ctfy ►tat on. hou«e<
' vuitaMr f*>r families; tVtrf«* roomi. |l » per
i mouth. M A Smith, Smiiii * t'ove.
' |sX>R RKXT OFflt ON GROI ND
• I tlo<»r Apply to KT. smart. Real K»
ta'«» Eirhaiitf
;J yOR R1 NT \
I front rooui -• i*. ca \*'w- en Thlr«l
ami F«»urth, corner alley, white h »u»f
■ I LV-K KKNI HiH SK OF FTVK
j I \ l»lo« k« from iwntt»ftlt- honsoholo
j AUIT U» PNREHAM'TL iin.l reut i-acl
t > otic month Iu auvaiuv Ad*lre*>n X V T.
' L> >R RENT- A NICELY ■ FCKMSHEIi
I room. li'' -'* »ml itreet, beta re n
I Tike au«l Ttne
' KENT. —NICK RTHIM roli ONE OR
I two gentlemen or man ami wife, with
or without board, ,'lii TL-lrd str-ST. T*
tween Lenora and Warn hard
; r |>l RENT- WTI tRF AND V» tRFII SI
1 ln.|uir>- at Maunlme A Buck's hral
twrv store Cotuinhia stts^t
KIIIM.IMMrVT \V 4NT Veil.
*»• \N I Kl> l - < i-l rION by kxTpkri
!»» »n<'rj f'DCIIK'vr \ ! «'F, ' thl«
J (ilfirf,
! 11* AN m> A IMSITI.IN iiv A.- Si.IT.
* » i*.|% \ A'S ■■ Mi . » • . .r , .
| *m«!l family \.|.lrra> li. il.-_ 1M«
' W ANTIr,> -'TI Ann* A- W i.ihtv
' » t»r i<iaM i '
| "K Q.," lb!*
I OTANTED - KITt-trios lT MK-7
»' •• lamllt •« . >. ,
aiKt lr»o AdtlrvM i;r.' r< clh Mr .1. .„ t
; Itrr
j \%* AN TBl»-POSITION BY~MVS v\|- |
, ♦» »•<- • > w ii'l .•( : »
1 Attdrvna K I S . car..
\\- \n 1 ki> \ - ri• \r 1• n m ->
™* hutii, watoaaa Is MUtiut «r ■» 1
j »'alr* w»rk in bot<K AiMr> »« <i II u>i> '
! tifl! .-»• ;
tt'**TlD- RXFCRIKN< al> SAl.rs '
'* «l< »*•!'« |«w ■; !ii .'..r- v.;
K. thistift -e.
1»' tXI Kit -<H AM REK tiltK IV H .
• «-!»• :«• \ i
thi« tff.~-r>
i C'Tt'A'TIOJi WA<iT«l>-MV A Tt<rStl i '
1 ■- •-I . •> •> t ....
I «> aU..ti a puntktn 111 a l u»m |. h..M.r* ,-r
•'< • a-.j. -«i» .t,
r— «l ponman Addnas V!iirv as >1 .»
otter.
\V n» \\ \
' cm r
I MM
j -.. ... -■ ' I q -j t
I osr Ut RTNa IHK riKK I X*T *'■
IJ Thurvlav uriM »>« Frvjr ; Hnm, a
• tnink Ta»-re i> • • •
• MMi |,»r bvUcvinf u w%» r.04 drat run e<t F
Ujv infvvrroati >a n-far.' *:? :i »;'.i Tv
taaitfcfmu fnvuisl hv 4 II .ib » ft v. "
i | IVT-A WHIT* AMD BLAI K'i N
;Ii haire.l ra! um. r r*r* tai, aa4 a
.a>. ■■ .' . ' L* r' ~J w .
' I ■».;». |<a: ? ' ' < • ..
>» *»' 1 i«t»B »;o> ( tas a ! ..» ami ;<« 1
tag <hu
IWNM KRoxr. esios 01 mi ■ !l
4 irfsfts a l*J*'« Wtvtr cuff tor * «k
FlaArr l«a»« at * and (rl reward
V l.'Wli an.t M»r* yirttt* 1.,
tlna a.l.itltxn aNo«t S.itnutwr ». »u<* tao
>?ar < 4 t> a. k Jrcvx » itr- soiu !r
00 b»liy alhj aaiwn ol tail, ricttt rt .
.<T: U | t*t mi d»Ur<itaf the 1.1
ab«<« or aititi* Inforniatioa au tfcat i raa (■■
llfcrrailjr r»»«/.|rd R >,
BKAN. Jr
t '«Lr wiJrrkD.
! I*' AK(»I> A '*
* » *V.?f
m. »i4**C «o4 be« ■>!«•! ' v . „Li "
•Br* («niut tu the Caltea J"
oar n»l »pi»it oalMetber «c tfi*
(**! of drrofe-tteir entire «»*
to llsr
I the not itbrr»l iu-lor*iaf«u will be ofrr
I ed tb* rt*M t-ars), a»4 ao
i ri!«*n to make '* !»r*» " money. JLCdn-»
! al- 'om»att!r**if.a» tobra*. Po«T Tirrktl!-
' gtv: " Salfe, W. T.
1 \iri wi«h TO empijoy a rm e.ux«-
i " ra» non w'ary to aeil oar *oor« by
i iiuap> u • t.v *■>;**■• -*■ ud r tall trmdr of
*•»»)<. W T . and arfj-iainir »!«!«• Wt
arc ttw !»r e*t manufacture r» o< ««.- line
> for f-artj- o >■' No p»»tai« abawemS. Cen
! •#»<n- >' W' I '* frt. rf*rt#riil, o.
UA>. £l>—A wmH UEnPF.I TABLE
ft ; to do ujmtaira work ao<l to wait
.no as in a mail (tnilf. I>ll
j Ti.lrd -tfr"
\V*vrr.i»-% yocsu oiel to v—;-r
'» at ':• u»cwurk. Apj.iy aontuwrtt
corner Truth and Olive.
II \MKI> - A fi OOl>. CoJIPETFST
»* f!ri fur antera! bonsework. Mm. J.
Colli?.*, corarr rr '>:wl and JATTH-% ttrvrt*.
11' r.TH>- ' \-H I'.tirt I HK.-Tt K
l' Clrarj
U'iSTO-AN tXIEKJESCEn V•
»» ia«n. ■■< i>r. wift- »ho >« aMr i
»rg* Ol ► onarding:;
h..iw f»r mi n. A'Srtr.-**' , , a U ofH.
\Y W ° r, Ml M A KEK. a , ..
ZL—L-1 - rar-oma. •
\\" A aICITTT".fiIRL F >R <iES '
►«: Ap"'r north**-*'
■ rvr j>T ! !»-nl p.t-ii tk'i.
' ll'AStkD - A FiK-T-CLAsS MlLL
tnlhe Pufel Mill Co..
J i Port OtKttlr. W. T.
■ \VASTEH— A *<> MAS OF SESr-E. EN
?* erf* »?wJ Twrtoft*Mlity f«>? our buM
n«i» iu her Watty; wtenr atxmt &A l*er
month: twnwKßt poduoo; references
ex« hiwMfvu. Addniw MAS C F
gVPf . Ua k Bo* 1/*' N V W<?
FINANCIAL.
MONEY I" LUAN-SI/TES ANDOTHKK
n.-Kotlable bought. Vtbeeler
Bros'. rcai '-state eschsnze.
MONEY TO UUN SH*NKS A SWAF
FORK mom 12, b'nMl block. Front
street.
11* ANTED—A PARTNER WITH fSW
s s li> »-ncni:e in a tr>od business in city
For i.articnl*rs addr*"*- K. J..this office.
T WANT TO INVEST iIOOO AND SER
1 vices in »nM *l**l, payinir, respectable '
btuiaew; pood t»«.ii:' *s qualification*. ret- ■
eretkCel , xehaßffd. Address O. M. A.,
this office.
ONKY TO LOAN—ON HEAL ESTATE, j
chattel tnortiraaeor person*! security. I
Xom, mortgages, etc., bought. Q. E. MIL
LKE. & CO , 118 Mill itreet, Occidental
Block. jyis
MONEY TO I>>AN IN HUMS TV» &I*IT, j
aj»oii improved city and farm prop
i crty at lowest rates. No delay iu rlotina
loan*. F. BOWDRN. 106 Columbia St. jviltf I
NISCKLLANBOIS.
MPING OUTFITS. COMPMCTE, It,
! utTMK I \« K HOI SK
%I * ANTED—HOARD IN PRIVATE FA M
" Ily for two gen tie men and their
wives no children. Address 11. I. B~.thls
office.
\\J ANTED— BOARD AND ROOM WITH
»» private family, within four blocks
of Front, and south of Pike street. Address
J. 11.. this office.
MILK "DEPOT- AT HENRY MAD
flock's, 719 Second street, near
j Columbia
IOOK HKRE!—IIOGO WII.L BI'Y BLOCK
lt»is, ;JOXMX» in Woodland addi
tion, near the gates of the park: one-half
ca»-h, balance one year; Watson 11. Brown.
J Inquire at Dauiel Jones Si Co.'s real estate
| offi«-e.
I» AiiS W ANTED F(»K PRESS-RO(>M,
\ P»>ST IVTSLLfOBNCER office.
WANTED— 'NK <>l: TWO tiOOD LOTS
v* In North Seattle; bottom tinures; pay
cash. Address C. LO . this office.
IESBONS IN FANCY WORK AT THE
j I.AI'E lIOCSE.
W ANTKD-HOC9EKEEFIN<i KOOMS
*V for man and wife, no children. Ad
dress 11 l\ C.. Tea Second street.
\7.T W\NTKI) FOR PRE S KdOM,
I'OST ISTHX C.ENCtR office.
nOUDAT fIOODMUfI TOO un
seen M. A Kelley's display of toilet
and perfume set". Thcv arc the finest jn
'the i'iry. direct from the factory in New
York cln . itvntune plushes, no cheap Ha
xssr imitation*. Uiok at Ins window, 10J
Cotnwereia' street
KAI.S WANTED FOK l'RF.fs+RO')M,
HOST I.vTKU.toEM ita office.
ISASHIONABI.k DRESSMAKING. RKA
• >uaM ■ terms, fitrner Front and Mud
Ison. over Pac'fic drne ston*.
TV A NTKIt TO ItKNT.
U'ANltii AN I'NFI RNISHKI» » <IR
' ' :>> r.)om lo*l*ting hoi:***: address .s.
this office.
W ANTH> THREE To' FIVE FI'R
»» nishetl r-totns tor honsekeepitig;
slate terms. Address C. B. I*, this oflice.
Klttt'tTlOMtL.
Mil- J M. WlliroN. Ht'PlhOF BOSION
t'olhire of oratory and of Prof.
W\l' Tiisti Msrsha'!. leasoos In readinttand
ehK tstion, Kisrni No. Plet> House. Froat
atpect
INK>lt>l *TION WANTED.
t NV INFORM V!I"N ItECAKDISOTHK
.\ \sh< reaU'Ulaof IV'' tir R. 1. Ajjler is
wantct f r tleir l eueflt Address < s
Aeier. San Jose. Cal.
rm NO.
I.SOFNI-' —A WHITE PONY, iAll. ON
or »,!dr, s« v ii BENJAMIN.
M W % I>Y KKTIHfCM RNTtt.
Washington Savings Bank
I ncor|Mira-t**i under the Terrimrlal laws.
Poit Building. Kill St . Seattle, W T
CAfITAL. - - 550.000.
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A Grneril Bankisg Busiuess Transacted.
DrafU tlrawu on all parts of thr world.
Int. rt -t |«:il ou savings %u«I time depnuita
Hour" 10 a. m to x p m , and Saturday
e\ « tnnk** from 7 t«>ttoYlock.
l»rfM«aita mar be made iu pfnwn or b*
r**t "Uwl lettur, money »«rsi«*r or <-iprt*M.
ami Umli will t«* rvTurut «i a» re »
*.»ncv ou rcai estate at r< aaonablc
Important Meeting
Hoard <»f Trade
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FOREMEN
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SEATTLE POST-INTELLIGENCER. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1888.
CAUTION
, Beware of Frand, u hi? uacndtki
j price are on the Miurn uf all ®»
; ib«*» brio»l«vl»( tee ftrkir.
' wtUch protect the twen a*aia<* hist
i Oder* an* inferior good*. 11 a deafer offer,
i W. U 8 ilnei »t a redoced pn<*
or M)» he haa th» » without mj same and
1 erter .tuiM -a .the bottom, pa: him
, 40wn at a fraoJ.
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE GENTLEMEN.
•a -
vrr..>«ta labile. NO TACKS or * 1
I HRE AD to ti urt the feet, ea>y e&
WILL NOT &JP
w. L DOUGLAS •• SHOE. ««• original
and only hand-teaed welt Lq»ais
r U'torn ma.le «hoe* f rom |ft to $9.
W. L. IK>I'«»LAS •<> poLIi E SHOE.
Rsiiroad Men an*. letter Carriers all wear
them, a« a Hand-Sewed
Shoe. No 4*ack« **r Wax Thread to hurt the
feet.
W i j, "DOUGLAS •J. 50 SHOE is nnex
rell .xl for bravy wear. Best Calf for
tt# price.
W. L. DOUGLAS SS.fft WORkING
MAN S SHOE i* the best ia the.world for
<>» gh wear; one pair ought to wear a man
a ve*r.
W. 1.. DOUGLAS »'! SHOE FOR BOYS
Is rtu- best School Shor in the world.
Ail male in Cuognw. B-.tUm and Lace.
If not «olil by vuur dealer, write w. L.
DOUGLAS, BROCKTON. MASS.
TREES k RWMO.W), Agents . DAW
NOTICKOr MEETING
Of Stockholder* for In<»rea*ing Capi-
tal Stork.
CIOLTMBIA & PUGET SOUND RAIL
' mad Company. Notice is hereby
given by the underaigned, a majority of
the truitees of *ai<l <*«»mj*auy. to the htock
boldcm thereof, that a meeting of said
fttot-fcholders will be held »»t the office o*
ctai<) company in tb<* ctty of Seattle, count
of King, territory of Washington, on Satui
day the 24th day of November, lHtw, at
o'clock In the forenoon, for the purpose»
increasing the capital stock of said con?
panv to the mm of |l.woo.U)B, to be divide*
Into 10,000 sbarea of IHOeach. Ail stock
hoMer.i of taid company are requested,
attend. T. J. MILNER,
BAILEY OATZIRT,
A. A. DENNY.
Sept. 22, ISBR. se27th»t Trusted.
RANI) BROST
OFFER THE GREATEST INDUCEMENTS
TO INVESTORS.
SPECULATORS. AND
THOSE WHO DESIRE COMFORTABLE
HOMES IN THE
WONDERFUL CITY OF VAN9BUVKR.
BRITISH COLUMBIA,
CANADA'S ONLY BF.APORT ON THE
PACIFIC COAST.
RAND BROS.,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS, ETC.,
■ [JAW VANCOUVER. B. C
MONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGES.
HOUSES TO RENT
< >llic4»ni to Kent
In the BOSTON BLOCK and the
COLONIAL BLOCK.
Well located acre property for
sole cheap, clove to KIRK
LAND and at WEST
SEATTLE.
Apply to
HERMAN CHAPLN
,lAM R* 9TKF.ET,
Ot'oldfiilal Hot«l.
English Steel Rails
FOR SALE.
By "Melp»men«," now Land
ing at Tacama, a quantity ot the
bnst quality steol rails 40 and
BO pojnd. per yard-tor sale in
lots to suit.
For j>rl<v» applv to
BUFOI'K. tiITHIIE tc CO.,
Tacoma. W. T.
Seventh Street Tax Notice.
r pilK TAX LEVIED BY THE CITY
I Council in the district creav-1 by ur
dlnance No *29, to provide for tbe craving
of Seventh itrct't fr in Mad:«on street to
Ba'tcnr street. and constructing sidewalks
tui both tides thereof. in now due and pay
able at the off!ft* of the city treasurer. All
taxes not paid within
FORTY DA Yet
Of the first publication of this notice will
be declared daUnoueut, a penalty of five
per cent aldcd ant interest at tbe rate of
10 per cent, charged.
W i; FORREST. City C lerk
Flr*t publication of thift notice Nov. J|, ÜBB
Third Street Tax Notice.
'IMIK TVX LEVIED BY THE CITY
j 1 Co'in. il in the dixtrld cmted by Or
! diranrv No «»:&», u> provide for thr grading
of Tbird from Virginia to L>-pot
•trret, and o»i)ntmrthi»r »ide«tlki on both
1 aidr* tbrrwf. |« now due and payable a!
the office of the <*tty treasurer All taxes
rnit paid within
FORTY PAYS
I <»f the fir«t publication of this not-.ce will
f be de *f* d dellmiaeat. a penalty of b twr
ornt added. an-1 iuuroi at the rate of 10
percent. charted.
W h. PORREsfT, City Clerk
Frit pvbiu-atton of thU notUv. Nov 24
!
0r« sou (oapanv,
SAW MILL.
I Iw*>r» iu »n,l m*:;nf»* !ur» r* of *1 ktnd»
of R<m«h »0.l PrwiJ Lumber, UU>,
I>irk> t». i'lwt.-, »hin»iw, f!<\,
FOOT or SECOND ST. SEATTLE. W T
w>U>« !»«tc to antmunr* to imb
»• *r-- miw in the local m*r
»• ! w in « full «tock of thorough W arra&tj
inntbrr L»nrr ignantitie* ef
, Jwim. ru«tic and dr«»ed InmVt con
I [Uiui en bard, Imnrmr r m mpt di'.iTerr
furtiifthtrd o» ajhutort ' !«•
aotlce. Call IK ,I M our farilifcw.
A FISKEN & CO.r
CENERAL
STATIONERS and PRINTEES
805 Second Street,
Opposite Sew ro»tcS<*
—. j
Wholesale and Retail. *
JAPAN BAZAAR.
*> fOia JAPASKSfc tt*Ri<*
Ja*i ixrmlrv*i 4im% i m ported fata Janan
a bK'b »ai hr iaki efeeap a»i to m* ibem
iXi. lUffrh Light BaifcUog. Frwat at
• 'J ■ ■'-■iimffli w.Wi i—.• i-r
Cbas. Loucti,
THE GROCER
Kit t> I4IS. - - FmtMrMt-
Hakes * mnmltj of keepisa the iarp*
•ndfnsikcß fKK*
Grama aid PrraoM
In the eiry, and as be bay* In far
r>*a?er qaaaTities than my other
C«r*rr in Seattle, he solicits and it
« able to fiU order*, either large
or umail. You will find that on mc~
Cflnnt of his immense trade
whole stock Lt» kept fresh and
clean, acd tha: he is abie to jpve
TO* better prices than any Q;IW«
house in the eity. XL*e c%?er
pecker ofthe
ISSS
BRAND OF
Barters Con-ftJ. Sa£tUh-cav«4
Uncovered Hams aad Bioe»
Whlrh »e»e!!a right !r«h frtua hS*
•moke-boasc, br the itn#le pi«*e> <
cra:e, too or carload. Sole a*en'»
for HAUL BAVIS'
BUTTER
Louch,
FRONT AJTO PWION.
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 fer a bank in the
city.
An extra bargain on
Front street.
Three choice lots on Sec
ond street.
Three lots on Fourth
street.
Choice residence lots in
all parts of the city.
HEFNER & DISK
2081 Connercial st, Seattle, W.T.
LOTS
IN
West Seattle,
BATYISW ADDITION,
Situated directly on the
Prominence
Overlooking
All of the City and Contiguous
To coming first a few of tlic
l>e.*<t will l>e sold at
*£2s O.
VALENTINE HALL,
OCCIDENTAL HOTEL.
O®cc with UH. GRIFFITH & CO.
COLLIER WHITE LEAH
(Maunfucturetl in St. Louia.)
STRICTLY PURE,
In lota to sait. a*
6 CENTS PER POUND.
STANDARD OIL CO.,
SEATTLE, W. T.
ART!
A TICKET FOR A HANDSOME OIL
VI paint nsr by MRS L H SMITH, at
simlio, room U. Colonial black, corner Bec
ond and Columbia street. Christmas or
der* taken.
Artistic Printing!
\\ l wake a specialty of km
jraai visiting rirds and wcd^ 4 — _
. ry. W t »!wi!„ lS tD,r.' ..n'nt
lor hustri«-«n. tuRYKI.I. £? \
Tfl'phcnp Ifi Oj«r» h:i«'k.
WA GHONG & CO..
CHINA TEA STORE.
\V^4? IN P S OT TEA di RBCT FkOM
£V. 1 the nareat and bot, from rt».
• P ooo *- opi«m, aiik hand
! Japans Glabra, very dMaa
twa «or*. carmcr Third and Waging*.:,
i *\9
HEATING APPARATUS. I
CEALED «OP(K!AIj9 WILL BK RE
I bu * rd i a in 1
r. *'" nrx *o 1 now -..itir l.r I>«
« Is'l. ''.'""r"''-' het'ins af>f«rmtns
1 R,rr a *l T l>y to W K
.Mi:w Thr (^..1
, «nt <tr *:! t«d»
i AOVICB To MUTBKKI.
, ib«. Win»>w, Swrthißf B>-mp. f „ ehn.
; fa* -«;««. *B4 ntvV
I («i* tan titl, UTCf-Wtitu «cr>
railuoo» of Mathers for the;- «>
IWrtß* »fa« jf
lor*lf«Ub!«. a rdtrrn the . '
P* ln - rum <Jr«rnterr u<l d> Jl4r
i** L* 'i* b»»*S. urf viod . . »•!»
L°f *"2 l *• »r> fr
"w» »« • ketiML .it— T
-St-51!
In offering the follow
ing list of choice and
carefolly selected resi
dence property we wonld
state that to t>y S6 whoi
will improve any of same 1
we will give considera
ble reduction over list |
prices.
f ' I
I
Jackson Street Addition.
12 lots, block 13.
12 lots, block 14.
12 lots, block 15.
Only two blocks from
Cable road. Will sell by
lot, block, or as a whole
at lowest rates.
Burke's Second Addition.
North half block 19.
Six lots in all, offered in
bulk. Beautifully sit
uated overlooking Lake
Washington and be
tween Cable road.
Union Addition,
Ten lots near Four
teenth street; sidewalk,
electric light and wa' er
supply. Coach line every
half hour.
Syndicate Addition.
Twenty lots on and
near Cable load. Every
facility for good homes.
New schoolhouse con
venient. Gas, water and
sewerage system at
hand.
Lots in Terry's Fourth
and Fifth additions.
IS J POLE.
Block 16, Eastern ad
dition; 10 lots.
9
Block 18, Eastern «»£- ?
dition; 8 lots.
Broadway street addi-'
tion; 136 lots.
Southeast corner of
Ninth and Madison
streets, two lots,
120 feet.
Also follow^ g V0 _
acre tracts l^
No. 50.
No. 47.
No. 16.
t «• liir.iNm]
I
!
ta &c<l Second stmts.
=
■a ,
rU\
§■Seattle, - W. T.
HOMES
HOLMES
Addition.
OUE
"Cable
Line"
ADDITION
OUST
Lake Washington
IS —
Now Beady for the Market,
WE HAVE MOST OF IT CLEARED, BUT
WILL ONLY SELL
50
LOTS
BEFOKE RAISING SCHEDULE.
THIS W THE
First and Only Addition Ly-
ing on the Cable Line
which has rekn tct os the mar-
KET SINCE THE CABLB
STAKTEP
PRICES HOST ADVANCE.
YOC CAK SKLBCT YOITP. U>T
LOOK OUT TOR
owr kraxch <>rrw £
BO'iVIAN &
| ROCHESTER,
Rooms 1 aad 2.l'oocin Block.
, 70714 FRONT, STREET
Always Ahead.
W. R. GALLAGHER
Serrtwor to Alfred Snrder.
The an IT areat for the relehrsted W. F. lrrtt Creasoery Batter, which h*j M -«. i
il«n the California tiaito Oil. the only pare salad oil that is told.
Beside* my lai*e stock of staples, I hare a large and varied sssortment of Uae.
groceries. and sell at bedrock for cash, and wll! not be undersold.
Before parrhasin* elaewhere «iTe me a call aa<l send lor pr,re Use Small
aad oairk sales.
W. R. GALLAGHER.
Gr«r«r to 4 Merchant. TO6 Front street. W. t,
r TOURNAY" SEMI PORCELAIN
UNDER THE GLAZE)
A NEW PATTERN OF
Semi-Porcelain,
FOR SALE BY THE DOZES. PIECE OH SET. BY
nST. OtLilloerg & Son. . i asorporstei
Tl3 ami Tls FRONT ST.
ALBERT HANSEN.
MEALKX II
Watches. Diamonds and Jewelry
ol« fo* ih*
STEIN WAY PIANOS,
And (fcther Makw «>t »nrt « • r*»n»
TESIXR BLOCK. FROKT STREET. Ut
L. K. G. SMITH,
IMTORTER AND JOBBER OF
Cigars and Tobaccos, Meerschaum Goods, Pipes, Cutlery, Siailoiery, on
Mill iitreet, Yealer-Leary Bultriiug. Seattle. W.
airenu for the Flor do Madrid Key Wert Cigare.
_ _ " i ——
INBU R A MCB!
1.1 ALL ITS HIU.MHHI
Fire, Marine, Life and Accident
TAYLOR & BURNS,. Agents,
Do an Exclusive Insurance Business, representing 26
companies, the best in the world. Prompt
payment of losses.
liefer to ai\y of oi r old oustomof*.
HlUce In Hatter's Building. street, Seattle.
WM. H. HUGHES
Printing Company,
SEATTLE, W. T-
All klndi of book and J*b work | COLUMBIA rtTKEEt, .
a ft|»erialtjr. I Opponite Howie No. 1
LEYY BROTHERS,
IMPOSTORS AND DKALKBM II
IMPORTED, KEY WEST AND DOMESTIC CIOAI*
TOBACCOS, PIPES, CUTLERY,
And all the latest smokers' article*. We invtt<> the pnbllc and the trade la neneiil
to rail aud examine oar stock and prices.
113 Commercial street. Seattle, W. T.
PUMPHREY & HANFORD,
SHIPPING
General Commission Merchants
HAY. GRAIN AND POTATOES FOB SALE IN LOTS TO SBIT.
TWO CABS EASTEBN WASHINGTON POTATOES FOB SALE TO ABRITE
HOPH A HPECIAL'IY.
ra-WARKHOISK l\ REAR OF OFFICE, COMMERCIAL BTIBT.
SCHWABACHER BROS. & CO.,
Importer* and "Strictly Wholesale Dealers in
GROCERIES, HARDWARE, IRON AND STEEL,
BUILDING MATERIAL, MINING and BLACK
SMITHS' TOOLS, FARMING IM
PLEMENTS, ETC., ETC.
our Price* with either San fr ~
Liatt mailed on application. Or fcortlaad.
MoOaUuift
Successors to P»' , in
„ ,*rson F>ro»., Importers and Dealers
GKOCEFJ aES and PROVISIONS
bv Mail
(* THOM-A-3 OOWEN
consulting Mechanical Engineer and Survey^
I IJLANH A*D SPECIFICATIONS or STEAMBOATS, mAMESGIXtt^^SLI*
| I all kinds of mechani«*l *tr«etweiL Work superintended wbeu unoer
I Steam engines indn a»ed and alterations advised upon the view of
, development of griler power. SUamboata, ships and all kinds 01 ow
• and sold on commission. Whoever mav be going into now enterpru** u M]
• would find it to their interest to eonaait with bint before entering r* >r'jo
,'.A, liutier's H ck k, Seattle f
IST. ARMSTRONG &
Livery Hack and Sale Stable; Managers of 8*
Transfer Company.
Ftrvt-elaa* Tnrnuatt. Order* filled at my boor <lay or jip
Tel*i)br>nf 41. Offlfe corner Main to^
HARRINGTON & SMITE
Importer* »■<! Whofeui* »«»wi
Hare new OB hand tfcc lar*«a( a»1 beat MleeMi atock erer BK»«ht to
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, HARDWAK*
Iron. KtL-ei, Cartage and Hhip Chandlery. Hoar, *kji!i2»af
aad 6bot», Crockery mud (Ma»ware. *aiul» and Oil®, aad ail *»•—
Staple and Fancy Groceries.
Alio LIJK, Brick, Piaster and Cement Agenta tor ftah Br<« * <*"•
celebrated Wagooa. _ A iiITII-
Cmmcnlil flmt, iMltlt, V. T. HAKBIf
LOWMAN & HANFOKD S. & ?• C "
M nk H lii PACKARB
AND
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