OCR Interpretation


The Seattle post-intelligencer. (Seattle, Wash. Terr. [Wash.]) 1888-1914, December 08, 1888, Image 2

Image and text provided by Washington State Library; Olympia, WA

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn83045604/1888-12-08/ed-1/seq-2/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

THE POST-INTELLIGENCER
MMMieil Dally and Weekly In 'be P<*t
BulMlng. ScatH-*. Wnib. Ter.
BY urn:
Dally, 1 year, in »tvanee fW J®
XMly! 1 inonth " » »
Weekly, | year. M
Weekly, r, montb».
Sunday, 1 year, . . ;r:
Weekly (11 1 -Wnday. I year,jo ade <* J
Weekly, when not paid In advance. * ®
ar CABBIM.
Daily. per week aft «et»t»
ftabaeribcr, onjerln* artilrewea eh*n*ed
Ihnnid live the <* ' add* ■< » »•=<* •* ,h *'
AdilrtK* nil r**tnittan'-e, to POST IKTlLU
•■went Co.. Seattle.
FKAI II l*IKVNO«l!k.
Uitevi lent f'l .t. whatever lf:e fo
tore of Uie Tennessee Demwrnt-. way
be. they arc not larking in bomor.
Their action In atteiitptiwir to enjo ri
Ooventor Taylor from i*-' ti;r .1 c *'*'*<
flcate of elect i<m to Krans, the fUpob-j
lican who wu ele< te<l from
the Tbird fiUtrlclof (hit -t,te, h the!
rery helglit an.l et.'l of irony.
The i >» of fraul I < ng practu •••! by .
the RepuUi" .in» n|Kjn «h<' D |
in any Southern cer.cri '
IH ah-iir'L enough In TL-'l* I '' '' B
ever, it in dotiMy an' l trebly abwr<l
Kvan- wa« clecte.t l>y •majority which
■wanted into the thoiiKan-t- lor *j
week nobody dreameil of 'i>ientonin,-
hl< election, and name appeared!
in twtli the |{epnl.lio.iii an I IVmoerat
ic li«t« of tb"-« who hail liet n elected
to the Fifty-first congr.--.
When the Denwratlc leaders con
ceived the idea o( stealing the Hou-o
of Kepre-cntalive-hy >0 jntingont the j
Reptililicanx who had l*en elect# I in 1
the South, they made up their mind" |
that they must have the repre«enta
tive from the Third Tcnneaatedi'tricl. j
The Te»ines»ee PemocratM were noti j
fled of the -filiation, and the returoinp !
boards accordingly net to work to »•••■ j
what they could do with Mr. Evans'j
majority.
They threw out the entire vote of
one precinct because there were two
store votes in the box than there Were
names on the tally sheet. I hey threw
out another precinct l»ecau-e the l al
lota were tinted and another becau-e
they mere pure white One precintt
went becau«e tlie linllots were to<i long
•nil another hecauae thev were t<w
abort. The most *la*hiiu: redaction
were made in Mr Kvans' majoritie
•ml unexpected OcnuM-ratic gains
turned up on all sides. After liepuh
lican precincts had been thrown out;
on every conceivable pretext, however,
there still remained a Hepublican ma
jority of alKiut MM. In order to get
this out of the way the Democrat
threw out an eniire county on general
principles and were at last able to re
turn their candidate as having la-en
duly elected.
The returns next came bcfori th<-
state canva- Ing board, which consist- ;
of the governor and the secretary ol
Mate, ltoth of these, it i needless to
Bay, are Democrats. The secretary of
state regarded tlie counting out pro j
eeedings as perfectly regular, but t.ov
ernor Taylor, in spite of his Demo
cratic training, could not bring himself j
to look at the matter In that light, lie
declared that Kvans had l>een fairly ;
elected and that he should have hi- !
certificate. This was a development
entirely une\|»ecteil by tlie Democrats,
and it is needle** to say that they were
surprised by the »i|ueandshness of 1
their governor. They found that he
waa determined, however, ami a* In
lias the power of i—uing certificates of
elei tion it began to u| i« ar as if Kvans |
would be returned as elected after all
In this emergency tlie spirit Of tin
Tennessee Democrats asserted itself
They appealed to the co rt- and en .
joined the governor from giving Evans
his certificate of election on tin
ground that fraud had been practiced
by the Republicans Their next mote
will probably Ih* to have a few Kcpub
licans indicted because their votes
were thrown out or to have Kvan-j
hiuiself ca*t into prison on charge of!
conspiring with the governor U> de
fraud the Democratic returning board - 1
of Hie result of their la'. or-
It I- evident that, after all, the Dem
ocrats of Tennessee can give point* to
their brothers of South Carolina.
Alabama and laiu iana and still beat
them in the g.nne of post-election
politic".
ASK KOK IT,
There i* i>n»l>aUly not ;i man in
Washington TerriU»ry who ti'-e not
desire to see the territory n»ln»itte*l
into the I'nioti Net we are not
i i\fi for admission No arc
being signed and nothing wluitcver i
being done to impre upon congress
the fact that Washington rc.tdy for
admission and wants t»* l»e m.'.nutted
The people of North south
Pakota and Montana are moving in
this matter. The people of Washing
ton alone are Mtpine and app.irentl\
indifferent. They seem to rely upon
the hoi>c that Washington may in
when the dix>r is opened f»*r other ter
ritoriesand are perfect.v content to
have tin- other territories do ail the
knocking Tlioy how •(tinkly a
door m*y In- --lint when those who
were knocking have fa.-ed in.
If statehood is north having, it
worth asking for I* i* not at all tin
possible that tin' present, mif . may
l>e induced to adroit Washington to
the I'nion, but then* i< t>.>t the *li*hc-t
probability that it will do >o unit""
thr damn of the territory arc pressed
upon it. Von little i« gam . by m
action
Three, and probably four, of the
judges of the supreme • >urt will r< tire
MM QMMHI HMIIM'I term A»
president. They will I « . eiilt ! by
young andjvigv»r«u« men and it i* s
oordingly probable that :. - ;lb
publiean antecedent- wi'.l > na it aK"
ity for a generation atlra-t It » ,1 o
probable that I.amar will l>e the only
man who fought a: . :i«t hi* (I' lntry
during the rebellion who will attain a
plat-e on the Mipreme I- li Tli.<
thought eught to make him feel lonely .
It i» annoil need that som. Issly • r
other with a lonji title i*onh'-way
Kast to -ettle the Hurl . : strike
If it ha<i not bocti for this announ. <
nient the public would lu»ve entirely
forgotten that there <u. h i thi .*.■ .
the Burlington strike
Senator l!!air'« au . ' : r t!t<
alxilition of poverty :* about what
might have been < \p<- ieU from that
mild-mannered an I um-tr: .u»> rank
If tsenator lUair could have hi »*\
thi" nation would be oigan <il into
one trust family with the owruiuet.l
for parent and i r >vider.
Congress goes to work as if it meant
to accomplish something during the,
session-but it won't.
tuu. VEIGHJ^
pRPRICEs
CREAM
Raking
*WDCp
It* »*ii»ef or - xt-.t i.f.f v r-' -v y iu jcJ?lioa»
of home* f'- -I* than a jtiarter of » ceo
turr. It i» n dby the United rWaGor
rnmenx- J- .= by t h*eds of U»-
Great Vn asthi' ' -?*nge*t. Pur***t
and Most Healthful Irr. Prix's f 'rtaa.
Making Pow«**f doe»*»»tcoii«a » Aii."
Lirr '»r Alum. Hold only in <-* %
PRICE RAKING PoWDKK < :«>
S»E* V. PTF. C»OCAOR». C *% T/LHI
AT.nl ttjj lfcr ttie head-ol I "s
--'ol—., For a«jr, To Lt> aria ettnatioas
Watdeo ari)l tii*. ri'-d a* tt* 1 of 2
rent- a Wf.r.l ftrr fir»? tiifertlon. 1 e.»n! a
wnT<i foreacii sent in- -*!o- fay -
mi-nf always In advan'-e.
Tl»- followlnc letters ar. awaitln* ailvcr
tiaer- al this office:
jJ. To":<"rt; m. h. rr i <>'. na .
. H A M. '. L. II J. B.
i-. I- 1 J II t
FIMANCIAI..
.., (Utn Tt> ISVKsI IN "IVIK l.ooli
II f litisinets \ddrc-<« particulars,
W. IS., this office.
MONEY T^>LOAN—VOTE- INDOTHER
r.i t»«j»«'r bought Wheeler
Bros . r» al estate «i hanK.
MOSF.Y TO 1.0.W RHAVK.H ,< HWAF
P« iK|), nsim 12,1'nion block, Front
alrtft.
I WANT TO INYK>r fl<») AND -KK
I viccHi in aome irood, paying, respectable
buaiae!»«; go«>l bnslnt ari f|uallfifationp; ref
erences exchanged. O. M. A.,
tbia oftiee
MONEY TO MIAN ON REALEHTATK.
cl»att»* rv rtcu err |termnal seenritr.
Notes, roort»rag«-«, et» . tH»UK'bt («. F Mil/-
LRK. Ac < 0., IH Mill atn»et. Occidental
Block. i.vl3
MONEY TO LOAN IN TO HITIT,
■Jain imorov -d efty and farm j»rop
ertj at maat rates. Ko delay Ita cloilnt
loan* K ftowhKN. IQf.rolnn.t iM -t »v-'ltf
roil HALK.
)|M>R HAIK— TWU HK«'»M)H\N|I
br<*ech-biading »!iot|C**t»f«: 10 gang«>.
fl•a 11 <I I cott double. %ddr< VV M,
this ofUc«*.
Senium N ~
• H 9
tills wlit oHt red ft»r a few days only.
<'raw ford A i'tuiover, new YesUr bltw k.
Wil l 111■ V' BI «»< K . . BKAI'TI
fully 10-n'ed,, \Vm«dland addition,
on#- half rash: Watson 11. Brown. Inquire
at l>autel J ui« < A < '*» 's real « stnte office
■ ii: .-Ml TW<» Lois os Mill
l' street, \ddress "R. this ofllee.
I "«»li HALF «.ROt*ERY HELVING AND
■ bin.« Apply to aV ('beasty, til'J
Front stret*t.
IV)R ( HKA!' \ W ILNFT
4 Marble-top N-<lroo!ii stt. 2281 Front
•treet
SALS— OLD MKWBPAFnS AT
this office.
HA LI- PERFI'MFRY HIE LARG
I <*t a->»TIIT HI» lit in the city «if R.'-olce and
i x<|Uisito j't rfnmtrv, h >1 A. Kvlley's
Drug store, 0. Commercial street
|>»RHAi l NK 1 , NW, >K« TOWN
I i v. Uvel buidi raisll timb< .
partly ch aretl, very near Seattle A l.ake
Shore K. R , price Address Box
city.
I Park addition, next to the point and
ne*'- tin- f« rrv elegant view of every lot.
GEo. DoRFFLI . II 'Conimen'lal st.. be
tween Mill and Washniuton.
!MK AI F OLD NEWSI'APRRS IN
bundles of 100, at this uflce. '
KOK UK NT.
■ VMt HI NT -ONKNH El Y H iINMIKI-
I f '■•• lit room fur our or two geutiemvu.
i No. 114 lx'oiiora ind Second »t*
I;*>R KENT-A NEW SIX ROOM Hot SK,
l.'» minute*' walk from the Occidental
J hotel Apbly t'» IRNOU) MAYER,
i t'uliniirx wharf, ?tw»t of Mart oil *t.
I TO RENT—HIX-ROOM HOUSE, OXE
I MM aMI Mile from the Mitofflrf,
four block* *otith «»f » able litle. W«i. rim*
iwtivealonl fl» per month. KKEs I'.
t»ANim,s, room H, *»*rr hloek.
J npO KENT —Ft'RNIHHED ROOM* FOR
( .1. gentlemen; 11Fourth wtrei'i.
KTORCXT-A wTORE, ?OX40» CORNER
I r-daraud Fifth. North Seattle. Apply
on pre ml fen
I.»R RENT HTHNIiSHF-l) AND t'NFUR
nl»h'' l i.v i..hi*. «.f th • « Ify
full on SHANKS SW AFFORD. room
' IPnlmi k > »?i: «t. mhftl
K K\ \ I N ! H.»l oK\li *I \' •
I MOM BQftIMMM forntr tbtfd and
Ptimn Anjdv room .*. ut> - air*
IJHIR RKM rwo \ ! w -i I V .I.
h«u«R for with'n ?;vi- minute*'
walk of smith'* i mi' railroad station. ten
. m'nutea* ride fr. t-.j #-m »tat*ot<. hou*v«
j ftultahle for famlli'-*; tbret-rooma. fl.\ p»«r
• month. H. A Smith, smith'* Cove
IpOR RENT - OFFICER oN liROt'ND
floor. Apply toK T. smart, tical K*
tale Kylim*
, qpo RENT NICK NK OR
i 1 two imDentfti or man ami wife, with
»»r without board .1. ; Third *lr»et, U
tweetl l-enora auo H;atM bard
qpO RRNI W1 v. iNUWA I
I h- Mttltl I a 8 * * furm
. ture atore OeurAtda atrvct.
t ■ **» i
lOfl LIVER-COLORED WJf, AROCT
4 f -l! ftontha o\| • t U Hi' 'oiM v* • t« .
hut hca\ v map around neck sjltalde
reward will iml t upon return to
VIENN\ MODI CAFE. II
' I OUT - DCRIKO THK FIRI *Bl
Ii !■ tr»>U\ i. ht >Hi f • v * .
covered trunk arvd. There i* rea
t aoti fur lieLcvin* it t . 1 d» *tro . t I
; Any IntomaUoM re sardine l vt
: thank f«C \\ tw l \ l i tl |nji
| r tWT~A WHITE AND BLACK U>N(l
- ha ■' ■! r»! ti i«-r « «•>• ir. a-. :
*u*aer* to :he name of Tam'- nr r--»*r>i
of $U 4 will |i• 1 {•-z » {.>
Washington m;,,! hft«a v
licence ta»: •n « !a;
O TRAY El M x
kTI Poll | • j } M«r\
; tiut a l htton aN*al Non-? '-.'r • i
yctr oM h ark Jeraej b« fee, mmm white
ien heltjr *nl of t*. . r tit .
er*»pp*«! off. any ih r<*M> *U . *i a- ?}
aUive or fit uit; infwrtnat;*"* l «h> *• * { t • «"i
c« t her w! bo ItV-ra'lv
hew
NKI.I* W VM Rl>.
%% \ TT.LVJ \ \ 5
nit a «t thamberaork c vn Suu'la.4
| jyjiTi— mi Tfcti
\\* AN
i ftoertl honwaiifl kppW
. N«t*». <u TV>;"h •*-«| ► \,
\\ v A
< *atnj»'e lo a luiir»i at- ; r '*•; »,#
*" i . •■ ■
arv the '•-* naitu'* tttrvr* • n
•n the • ountrv -«• ~} » 4 «•» « «,'u .
• tvunia' Mfc - > < v. ■. .»
\\
«1• ■ v V
Tenth a;'««
w \NTK! < A , s .
wem io hvr :«»em it« V* anr aU • * « r
mont >• *•" '.t ( > •
»■ v-hmu-.-t s r»-«A Si |\ tK \« ; K *
SI'PT I • k i i N >
1 :I'IO\HKM n iNTrn.
W ' \
ofßee.
\\" \ s \ >-
" wi<mil i .t; ! ■
| "K th »otS<v
WTJI Nr i» kxmkib«c«2> av. i
" >»!> »««(• \ ;
K. Ihla I'fli-v
CfflUTtOR » A >TEI»—BY A Vnl Nu
: C mma at (•od baUlu and .-,,)>** r Ju -
». pouilua la a tMMIa-M t ••. . <-r
| «tor*. h.n.l, -»ua,i>
*2« l mmu. Jkd4r*« A»«r«a.T :b:<
oflec.
xiwetiAXEiirs.
W i-.ru V"' N . wvn
», >1 A-tdreM
JAME*. thUoSr.-
NEWSPAPER PARTNER WAJITIID-A
man »o run *fce bvis* •* deyif *>r
• tr4 jot prlnMaf owt to Port
land, Or.. itkk M doing a large, fgofliable
•n<{ lw*fDw». To toe
rifbt man bavloa S.JM> t» inte« tb<a i« »
rnr* rtm e u> **■* an e*iaMf.hed tnwlness
Addrw Ivi ZA. Portland. Or.
U- axtei> av iSTf'.HEiTt or *sm>;
In iJOOEiO In aowe ro"H paylo*'
mairifacli-ln* or merr-awttie IwmofM. ;
either who!' «a ! » <ir reiall, that wid '-ear a
cloa* J. i T*>LJiEKT. tlii* j
t-T-iMWN'. otTrn- roMPurrr.. sl.
> »• TM» ; >' i: »'■: -K.
TTk llfcfuT- Ar HE SKY MAU >
,)(v t - Second street, u*r ■
|-..s»mM«. |
I nr.hf KiU. SI'Y BV>
'."V
..a » ■.' ■ ■ -■«-i. O
•«-* f-eIK-i- • f.!.-' Hii'-it';
If:'; v L- at i t'. '»!
r #■" .. j
I J « i Mr.i- i'l|{ ROOM. 1
U !'• •" (vriiti. • i urn flV.iv.
\t~ AN :f D- >E OB IWo GOOD Ll/Ti*
»» lu N'Tth WRUibfltaree; Mr]
ra-rs A<) ! ■ ■•'' !. <i . Cii» .ilTi. e. I
IV i \Vt'Y » )KK AT THE)
> lA< k H'H -i j
f | \fj4 W K.NTFI' , i!'. PKE
I I I'.in I vT.U '.iv r« ogee
n'QUDtT OOOIX*—HAVII TOO alL||
Seen M A. Kelley'i dlafdsy (tf toilet'
•VI 1* fa« - '. !bf
ih M"' !ire't the t*ru*ry !o N' »
Vurk < Itv; |T« niiim | no rh' ap 11» ,
»aar imitatlun- a! bis wtadow, IQz !
('omircrftaJ * !
|> M,- W'.NIKL' K"H L'KE.SVK(.M>M. '
It 1'"«T IMEU.IO«S«ITA offIee.
l/A-illo.'-Alil.i. DKEHrtMAKISG. HKA
I >. rjahl.-N-rin* Comer Front and Mad .
U'Xt nvvr Partfle 4rnfir *tr»n-.
» IXTCU I■> MM r
II - \STT'< KENT » HOI'-i. FROM -IX
'» '1 r) r-t"ir-r i'i <« nter of r;rr. i<l
»! rt* - • M .tbta (HBw .
VTsTkl>-FI KS [~HEI> !:< > 'M. BY j
jouujt nan who work* at tiiffbt. '
AiVhvM I . r*r*- t*. »."T {NTr.I.HOKyi-RR.
\I ' ANTEI» AN I'NKrKN l-HED .■«> «»K
y% ."50 lotjgliij; house: addr«.i»i -8,
tlil* office
IKFOItMATION H'ANTKI).
\NY INFORMATION MEGA RDIN'G THE
w lie r. nlMitir- of P. (*. or R. I. Ajji»-r I* ,
wautci! fr»r their benefit Addren C. S.
Afri»-r. ' a!. j
BM>( ITIOHAL.
M m J m WHNWTPUPIL OF BOSTON
rolleffc r,f nrntory «n<i of Prof.
Wyzi'ioan Marvbali: in reading »tj«l i
elo'-otion. Room No. ?C, Pico Uoute, Front !

t Of M».
i NI) AT OPERA HOlnE-A GOLD I
bracelet. Owner c*n have »am<* by
proving proj»erty and paying for adTer
figment.
I-^OUNh —A WHITK PONY: <*!.!. ON
or address A. O. HKNJAMIN. !
NKW \I>VKKThi:MK>TM.
NOTICE.
m
r pHF. \NM AI MKKTIN'i OF THF.
I <torkbol<!» r-of tb»' Pueet Sotin«l Na- j
tiotial l«ank of Seattle for the eleetfon of
dirertort will b« b< I<l «t their office on
Tut edav, Junuurv lsso. at :t o'elock i». tn. }
J. Fit IT If, Cashier.
Seattle, Dprembcr 7, l^v*.
NOTICE
'pilE ANN! Al. MKI riN'i oF THF
I *t<M'kholdersof the .'•! n i.aula' National
Rank of Seattle, W. I . for *Ue election <»f
directors for the year lv»:« will be held at
•■aid bank on Tuesday. January ?*. INW*.
1. N M'-FADDKN. Cashier.
St at tie, W. T , December 8, I*BK.
NOTICE.
r pil IS H T » CERTIFY THAT I HAVE
I ««tid all my interest in the Oregon
Wholesale Meat Market, on Washington
street, to J. L. Ixjwls, formerly of Corvallis.
Orcgtui, an 1 the i»fiitl J. L. lA-\%is having
»fdd this day the entire stock, trade, and
tixtnreA of t< arn«» and wagon <»f the same, I
hereby notify all persons holding claims
against tin «.tme t" present them to J. I.
Lev* i® before he leav» >• this city, a-* I do not
bold anrwlf mpoiribli for uy off tbenL
WM. BECKKR.
Seattle. Dec 7. Iv**.
Fill! SALE!
i 1 \-- KF>!I>EN« E LOTS. 00xiy> f
I «.it Fi'Urt'.ciiTb «tre«*t, l>etw<-en Mill
ami Jaek«on; s*'• *0 t«» |7<V: one huafiK-Kn
corner on Vlndoit tod Wed iMKi; h»t.*
tn W<-»t S«>attK'Fark addition now on the
market. s>Wthe lot.
'IEOKGE DORFFEI.
II ' (\iianu r«ial street, N'tweeu Mill ami
W MMhinctou
A FISKEN & CO7
GENERAL
STATIONERS aid PRINTERS
HOS Second Street.
Opj»oslt** Nt w Foatomee.
Wholesale and Retail.
The Seattle Directory.
-rur. rriii.isti&R* op THE
1 City Director] i ill the *tr»n
tn«n of t!»i manufacturers ami
the pnKh ct neraMv tl<a' \r« aT not mak
in, h ] • limiuary. tn* nt Mi«pU»t.- caiiva.o*.
hi •! hof the «it \ and eon nt v. M« a of
addrean, inteitiizent aud thorouchly eon
w t't>t ar«* now in the fle d, duly author
lied to sotieit order* f<ir ndvertiKcmentu,
rtal<- •?» •«• of d'rector. * r the a tie < if\
!>irectoni Comneny, and toproeuie nam*-*
and j«rcjx r * id aU firms,
and co •.{>«[»!♦ •enwrajred m a »v line of b«*
Ineei or MwfcMdoa Neither Itbor of
mimrT wtll li*fparei t-» make the direc
• >r\ the U-*t Uftik »d the kitid ever pnb>
;i«.h.'d. We trunt v. < a ill encourawe thi»
home i:nterpri«e by i nrc! a*tn« the dire. t*»
r\ and * ontrihiitinc a liberal amouut of
a«lve'Mti!i»; w * e tha* vour coutreet real*
SKATTi.t i ITV DiREi It)RY H>.. ofWce.
•« r '«r of Front and Madison Ktreetn, Seat
11 u r.
SHE IS GRATEFUL."
"l »ave<l th. life of my Utile firl bv a
p-.>mi t tM of i>r Acker** Rarlteh Reiedf
Mff vrv,» \* HnrTiman.
v.a York. K«»r va .• bv V It Stewart,
drumfnt. f
Or»-irosi Injrrtuniiriii (ompaiit.
SilW MILL.
Dealer* !« n:.'l mai;tlfa» ,*f all k.::.U
of and l>re*xed Lumber, i4ith.
Picket*. 1% >•*•». Shitnt.cft.ete.,
FOOT OF SECOBD ST . SEATTLE. W T
w. '• * leave to announce toth pub
e C-at an* .« in the loea! mar
kr* * ; 4 kof tbotourhly dry and
a on. d I anr*' of
Boortnc. •>* - «'-• drea«r*i lumber con-
•n t: hr prompt deliverr.
K«i taa'eft i'-.rn v !»ed er> sniblc
u«*;:ce l a a: 4 ••ur faeihtiea.
CROSS A CO .
UNDERTAKERS.
-•I'. u Uoase
Fr«»nt afreet.
.1. CO .Ml TON
UNO COMMISSIONER Of
KIRKLAIOIAND CO.
James St.,opposite Orciden
i il Htilt'l. Seattle, W.T.
First-Class Private BoardJiif
HOCS*. con. MARION- isr> KK«ST
so. over prtu iuw« kj <iaj.
SEATTLE POST-INTELLIGENCER. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1888.
CAUTION
Beware of Fra*»d, a* aj came and the
are •Umpefl oc the MtoWl of •!» o>
*l ■- erri*ed shoes l*fore leaving the fa«-*orr.
thffb |»r-l*rt the w**a?er« »?«init bW
art'l inferior goods. If a dealer offer*
W L. it t reduced price,
or »»>• he has them wiihoat my nimi- and
prirv «ta*ni-*-d oa the bottom. pat him
down m a fraud.
W. Zj. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE GEWTLEMEN.
Tii- "lily <*!( M .-KAMIX-? fhoe.
«mooth it)* i NO TAi:K 1 * or WAX
THREAD t.. <rrt tin- feet, easy as band
.sewed and W 1.1 SOT KIR
v\ I. !M)t'tii.AS • • .-HUE. the original
■ u'l only hud-Kiitd «B M »boe. Equals
i B.tußt-niftdt shoe* e<i*ting from t<»f!>.
u I. |i< II UI.A- u:i .'»« PoLl< E SHOE.
Railroad Men and Le:ter ('airier* all weSr
th.-in. Smooth iniide a» a Hand-Sewed
shoe. No Taeks or Wax Thread to hurt the
feet.
W L. DOUGLAS S'-J.SO SHOE 1- unex
celled for heavy wear. Be»t Calf Shoe for
the price.
W L. DO! JI.AB Si 2.*» WORKING
MAN'S ?HOE isthvbestin The world f«»r
u» eh wear: one pair ought to wear a man
"v" r L DOUGLAS 8J SHOE FOR BOYS
is the best School Shi*' in the world.
All mad** id CoDftre-", Button and I.are.
If n.it fold bv vmir dealer, write W. 1.
DOCOLAS, BROCKTON. MASS.
Wim k i:\V.MOM>, Agents., a,
720
WE ARE SOW LOCATED PERMASEST-
I.Y IS TIIE BOSTON BLOCK,
NEXT DOOR TO THE
POSTOFFICE,
720
SECOND STREET,
WHERE WE SHALL BE PLEASED TO
MEET OLD CUSTOMERS ANI) AS MANY
NEW ONES AS CAN GET INSIDE THE
DOORS. WE WILL GUARANTEE YOU
THE BEST AND FRESHES! GOODS AT
THE LOWEST LIVING RATES.
SEND FOR OUR PRICE LIST. DO NT
FORGET THE NUMBER.
HALEY & WRIGHT,
LEADING GROCERS Or SEATTLE.
P. O. BOX 449. TELEPHONE 29.
RANI) BROS.
OFFER THE GREATEST INDUCEMENTS
TO INVESTORS.
SPECULATORS, AND
THOSE WIIO DESIRE COMFORTABLE
HOMES IN THE
WONDERFU! CITY OF VANCOUVER,
BRiliSI! COLUMBIA,
r\NADA'4 ONLY SEAPORT ON THE
PACIFIC COAST.
HA X I > BROS.,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS, ETC.,
VANCOUVER. B. C
WashingtonSavingsßank
Incorporate*! under the Territorial laws.
Post Building. Mill St., Seattle, W T
CAPITAL, - - B*o,ooo.
OFFICERS:
W. w. tieiRBORN rU9IDKXT
B. H r»r»RK"RN YH F FKfMDFNT
H W. UOGIXii CASHIXR
A General BankiSß Business Transacted.
Drafts drawn on ail parts of the world.
Interest paid ou «aYioifs a* i time deposits
Honrs—lo a. ui. to :T p. HI . and .-Miturdav
erenincs from T to 9 o'clock.
i* may b*.- made ».n person or by
registered letter, money order or express.
at?d deposit books will l»e returned as re
qmntw
Money loaned mi real estate at reason able
rates
V
OF TTtE
BOARD OF FOBEMEN ANJ ASSISTANT
FOREMEN
N hereby < ailed f. r Monday evening, lw.
it), at 8 o clock sharp. a: Rmrtae H m Si
1 important business *;il <om • before
ftt■wtiiy. JOSiAH COLLINS, JK.
_____ Vjjit-f iSeattie F;re i»■ partment
O. C. SHORtY *: CO.,
rM>Htltk»K.X.
Fool of Columbia St-, Smltlr.
Dissolution Notice
nras ran of< om a tocso »m
«!av Jj-j.j'.v t.l hy c: ! .* .4. c .i*vt:l.and
*ll debt* dn«* mi l firm are to be to H.
H Ycmair. who a>fttmt>a all liabilities.
COLE A YOr.tr..
r* »« . i' • \ , 1
HOUGHTON 6 VIIIUUS,
Watches.
Diamonds,
Jewelry.
Clocks,
Sterling Silverware, Etc.
NEW rSRM.
U.I. GOOD#
j
it Charies Naier's Old Stand,
MILL STREET.
WANTED.
Wood choppers, |1 25 fOT^-
Cordwood contracts %o let-
Servant sri r'«. t-5S> to S3B.
Rail re *: rntra. 12.12 2f». 12
Geaera.' employment aiway* on hand.
FOR SALE.
r*t age iine of -V» miles. horses
and outfit, l-TOOO.
Meat martes and half interest in bniid
inr; well located. Will pell cheap for
cask.
1 wo second-class iodgiof bou*e.», 8 rcoms
an<i 28 room*, well faraished. $530 to lI2UO.
Restaurant*. $309 to IIOUD.
Farullare in five-room hou*e, a ar tom
merr I*l street, s£fi. fcent month.
Fruit and cigar store.
Three-chair barber shop; no rent: trW
Piocr wall teat, scow for brick or
F;ne bottom ranch, stock ana
tool*, S6OOO.
FOR REN
Ranch, 12acres, cleared, SSO year.
Eaaeh of 200 acrn. 90 acres bottom tand,
fenced and seeded: "J aens pasture; with
fanning implements and stock: S3OOO year.
G. W. CRANE.
W..T- Employment Bureau.
Washington nearCo^imerci*
f UNITED W ATR« OF AMERI A, TER
-1 ritory of Washington.Third Judicial
District, ss.
In the district court holding terms at r?e
attle.
No. 6359—The I'nited States of America,
vs. the Steamboat "J. B. Libby," her eu
gines, boilers, tackle.apparel and furniture.
Whereas a libel of information has been
filed in the above entitled court on the 28th
day of November, A. I>., 18*8, by William
If. White, Esq., I'nited States attorney for
Washington Territory on behalf of the said
I'nited States against the steamboat J. B.
Libby and her engines, iKiiler*, tackle, ap
parel and furniture, alleging in substance
a- follows, viz:
That on. to-writ: divers day? and timet
between the first (Ist./ day of April, A. D..
IssM, and the twenty-aeventh (27th.; day of
April, A. J)., IXB*. at the Third Judicial Dis
trict of Washington Territory and within
the jurisdiction of this court, the said
steamboat "J. It. Libby" beiug then
and there owned in whole, or in part, by a
citizen, or citizens of the said United states,
to the said attorney unknown, and being
then and there a steamboat of more than
one hundred (100) tons burden to-wit: of
the burden of one hundred and two and
twenty-Are hundredths (102 26-100) tons net.
And being then and there required by law,
and by her certificate of inspection, to
carry and have on boferd a full complement
of licensed officers aud full crew, consist
ing of one master and pilot, one mate, oue
engineer and two crew. wm then and there
used and employed in the transportation
of passengers, and did carry passengers on
the navigahh* waters of the said United
States, to-wit: from Port Town«eud in
Wa->hin«ton Territory to Whatcom in Wash
ington Territory, and from Whatcom in
Washington Territory to Port Town send in
Washington Territory, the said steamboat
not then and there carrying nor having on
board a full complement of officers and
crew as required by law and by her said
certificate of inspection, to-wit:"not then
and there carrying nor having on board
any jM-rfou dnly licensed a" master
and pilot or as master or as pilot. Aud
beiug then and there in command of a per
son who was then and there not duly
! licensed to act as master and pilot or as
master or as pilot, contrary to the statute
in such case made and provided and
; auainst the peace and dignity of the said
United States.
By reason whereof, and by virtue of the
statutes of the said United States, the
owner or owners of the said steamboat, be
ing a vessel propelled on whole or in part
by steam, forfeited and became liable to
pay to the said United States the sum of
five hundred dollars ($"«00) for the payment
of which sum the said steamboat has be
come liable to l»e seized and proceeded
atraiust summarily by way of libel, and for
the recovery of which, this civil aud mari
time cause is now instituted.
That all and singular the premise* afore
said are true and within the admiralty and
maritime jurisdiction of the United states
and of this honorable court.
And praying that the said steamboat
mav be condemned and sold to pay the
penalties aforesaid with cost*.
Now therefore, in pursuance of the moni
tion under the seal of the -a i i court, to me
directed and delivered, 1 do hereby give
public notice to all persons claiming the
said steamboat, her engines, boilers, tackle,
etc., or in any manver Interested therein,
that they be and appear IK* fore THE said
district court on Thursday, the 20th dav of
December, A. !>., ISSB, at *ll o'clock in the
forenoon of that day (provided the same
be a day of jurisdiction, otherwise on the
next day of jurisdiction thereafter) th< u
and there to interpose their claims and to
make their allegations iu that behalf.
Dated this Ist day of December. lvo.
T. J. HAMILTON.
United States Marshal for Washington Ter
ri torv.
W. H White, u.s. Att'v for Washington
Ter. and Proctor for Mbellaut.
(lbs. Loucli,
THE GROCER.
14132 te 1416. - - Front Street
Maze* a specialty of keeping the larsen
ana freskest stock of choice
Groceries and Prowiims
In the city, and as lie bays in far
greater Quantities than any other
grocer in Seattle, he solicits and i*
best able to 811 orders, either largt
or small. You will find that on a<
count of his immense trade his
whole stock :» kept fre>h and
clean, and that he is able to give
row better prices than any other
h«»i>- in the city. Also curer »:j.i
packer of the
ISSS
BRAND OF
Eastern Corn-fed. Sn C nr-i arev
Uncovered Haxun und Bacon.
Which hen-lln right fresh from his
smoke house, by the sinjrle piece,
crate, ton or carload. Sole a/rn;
for HALL HA VIS*
DUNGENESS BUTTE2
diaries Loucli,
FRONT AND UNION.
HONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGES.
HOUSES TO RENT
< >iii cos to Hout
In the BOSTON BLOCK and the
COLONIAL BLOCK.
Well located acre property for
•ale cheap, clone to KIRK
LAND and at WEST
SEATTLr.
Apr* lT to
HKRMAN CHAPIN
-IAME* srwrin.
V'lMMit* Ofritlrniai Hotel.
Mirk I'll Naif and Afidrew km
\\
" fOOWWIBWIOf fancy gnn4t direct
frost China and Japaii. ad<l we ftn lu.w
offer tht ficuft porrelaiti « hioaware «vrr
cxfciN.r d th( No tltwesf. CfcfeNt and
*•' a mdait?. We hove
?x.« etorfc for Christman i>ru-«
eat* on aote in Seanle. l&K Frocl »tn*t.
SEATTLE WOOD mt.7
J \n.Y ALDER AND FIR WOOD CCT ANT
1 ' irutik. Dry kindiia* a tpr
■riajjjf. t o*l t« mi part of ti.«
Hit. Onlrrm rw*!«wl at IJOt. ftnot vtrmi.
r a: yari on Hopksci » uarf, foot if
*tr*-rL
mhlS 3a T. A Proprietor
JAPAK BAZAAR.
10 ttiß jtruHi tvum
Jr« rwnrrd i'.Tetr. tmport<"t f-ora Japas
whicii will to i».d r hop. .*•* u. m ibert.
BM PuSMtar W»m— «a
FOR SALE.
Two lots, corner of Mill
and Second streets. This'
is one of the best blocks
that is for sale in the city. *
One lot, corner of Com
mercial and Main. This
is a fine location for any)
kind of business, either
wholesale or retail, and
will make one of the best
places for a bank in the'
city.
An extra bargain on,
Front street.
Three choice lots on Sec
ond street.
Three lots on Fourth
street.
Choice residence lots in
all parts of the city.
HEFNER & DISK
20Si Commercial St.. SeattkW. T.
LOTS
IK
West Seattle,
BAYTIEW ADDITION,
Situated directly on the
Prominence
Overlooking
| All of the City and Contiguous
Sound.
To those coming first a few of the
best will be sold at"
®250.
VALENTINE HALL,
OCCIDENTAL HOTEL.
Office with L. H. GRIFFITH A CO.
ART!
A TICKET FOR A HANDSOME OIL
Ol painting by MRS. L. H. SMITH, at
studio, room 3, Colonial block, corner Sec
ond and Columbia street Christmas or
ders taken.
COAL
THE PEOPLE OF SEATTLE ARE No
tified that hereafter a full supply of
the celebrated
GILMAN COAL
Will »e kept on band at the retail
depot,
Cor. Mill Street and Railroad Avenue
Order* by telephone promptly filled. Tel
t ephouc No. 211.
WA CHONG & CO..
CHINA TEA STORE.
\LL KINDS OF TEA DIRECT FROM
China, the purest and best, from 40 ct*.
! to 96 per pound Rice, opium, silk hand
kerchiefs and Japanese dishes, very cheap.
. Brick store, corner Third and Washington
, street*. jel9
I HEATING APPARATUS.
PROPOSAL WII.T. BE HE
• reived by tne U-ard of directors
for school district No. I until Saturday, I>e
j comber *9, for supplying heatio? apparatus
• or thei'eutral school building- I'articu
} l«rstnay be obtained by applying t«» W E.
t Boone. architect. The board reserves the
| right to reject any or all bids.
Artistic Printing!
o
\1 T E MAKE A PPECIAI.TY OF EI.E
--»» iriii! visiting cards and wedding
stationery. We also «)• > a genera! lob print
ing business. CORY ELI. 4 SAP.i'iWN.
Telephone 262. o)>era Block.
F. AVniOSV,
PRACTICAL BOOKBINDER,
! |>APER Rn.ER, BLANK BOOK MANf
! I fai turer. lower than *«TJ Frar
• ciaco. Country order? wolldted. Pry*'*
Ope*-* Block. room* 9 an<* 10.
AHDEESOH. BEBTRAND k CO.,
Civil and Mining Engineer* and
Draughtsmen.
F)AILKOAI>, MINING, WATERWORKS
t topographical. bridge, sewerage ana
! drainage engineering given special attea
' tion. City pr»#r>erty or lands surveyed or
? subdivide*! Map* and mechanical draw -
| incs. cngn«fting and bine prints a sj>e* ialty.
; Township plars and maps always ,>n hand
, BoomsO and 40, Yesier-L»*ary block, s*-at
; lie, W. T. jo,H lm
NOTICE.
NOTICE I- HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the copartnership heretofore existing
U-:w .vn J«»hu I.eck « H Wfiite. d lUf
i i-u« t»tt'* under the firm name of I« < k 4
\\ site. in gaivanljed cornices, me-al roof
; ing, steam and gas fit.ings.ha* thi* day
be*n «li»«.»?ved by mutual consent. Mr.
I Ledt it authorized to «-*»':>'■: si! debts dee
, the firm. and baa assumed and win j«ay ail
• the indebtedness of the firm
JOHN I VJ-K.
N WHITS
December 1, lM?!L
W. A HASBROUCK & CO..
MTsit. »*o ru>mnv>s
DBUOGXSTS
AXE CULIV ■*
Photographic Supplies.
TRUNT OT-. DMIIIS, W. T
ADVICE TO lIOTnEKS.
. W ■ 'Slow'* F >r chil
dren T**thlD*. is the preacrii.Ur.N of one of
the BEST female nurses aad phts;c.ans in
Us* Ln-trd t>ra;e*. and haa been >m*4 for
J**" nevcr-failiua ncrea by
mii.ion* of scother* for tbeir children
Dtt ring U>* process of teething iu valae t*
ine*.cn:aM«. It relierej the efciid from
paia. enrwa dyaeut«7 and diarrt®*, grip
ing in ttie bavela ui wind eoU e . Bt p..
In offering the follow
ing list of choice and
carefully selected resi
dence property we would
state that to those who
will improve any of same
we will give considera
ble reduction over list
prices.
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
j 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 I U HOLE.
Block 16, Eastern ad
dition; 10 lots.
Block 18, Eastern ad
dition; 8 lots.
Broadway street addi
tion; 136 lots.
Southeast corner of
Ninth and Madison
streets, two lots, 120 x
120 feet.
Also following ve
acre tracts:
No. 50.
No. 47.
No. 16. .
a H. wniMii,
James isd Second streets,
(
Seattle. . WT
I r TOURNAY" SEMI PORCELAIN
j UNDER THE GL*ZEJ
A NEW PATTERN OF
Semi- Porcelain,
FOB SALE BY THE DOZEN, I'lEtE OR SET. BY
KT. OiiiHoerg & Son,
Tl3 and Tir> FItON'J ST.
ALBERT HANSKN,
—DEALER Oi
Watches. Diamonds and Jewelry
olr fur the
| STSINWAY PIANOS, '
And Makes c! i'lunijn Hnd Orgam.
YESLER HLrOCK« FRONT STREET. Uv
Always Ahead.
W. R. GALLAGHER,
Successor to Alfred Snyder,
i The only asi-m for the celebrated W. F. Izett Creamery Butter, which has no wjtal.
' Also the California Quito Oil, the only pure salad oil that ia told.
Beside* my large stock of staples, I have .1 large aud varied assortment of fsae;
i ftroeeries. aud sell at bedrock for cash, aud will not be undersold.
{ Before purchasing elsewhere live me a call and send for price list. Bnnil prottl
i and quick sales.
W. K. GALLAGHER.
Orwcer and SewJ Merchant. 7M Front #tr«ft, W. T.
INS IT R A J\ C E!
1* ALL ITS BRASnm.
Fire, Marine, Liie and Accident.
TAYLOR &. BURNS, Agents,
Do an Exclusive Insurance Business, representing 26
companies, the best in the world. Prompt
payment cf losses.
liefer to any of 01 r old ctiMtoin^rt.
•JfUce ID Itutler** ttuilriiiifc, Jaaiei itrfet, B*attt«.
PUMPHREY & HANFORD,
SHIFIPIISTGi-
AND
General Commission Merchants
HAY. GRAIN AND POTATOES FOR SALE IN LOTS TO SUIT.
TWO CARS EASTERN WASHINGTON POTATOES FOR SALE TO ARKTYX.
HOPS A SPECIALTY.
l\ REAR OF OFFICE, COMMERCIAL STREET.
"HARRINGTON & SMITH?
Importer* and Whole«ale Dealer*
Hare now on hand the largest ami beet selected stock ever broaght to Pvget Sound.
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, HARDWARE
Iron, Steel, C»rdagre and Ship Chandlery, Flonr, Feed, Hay and Grain, Boots
and Shoes, Crockery and Glassware, Paints and Oils, and all kind* o(
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
Also Lime, Brick, Plaster and Cement. Agents for Fish Bros. A Co.'«
celebrated Wagons.
Commercial street. Seattle. W. T. IIA It KINGTON' X HMITB.
,j SCHWABACHEK BROS. & CO..
iIKCOBrOBATID)
Importers and Wholesale Dealers iu
GROCERIES, HARDWARE, IRON AND STEEL,
' BUILDING MATERIAL, MINING and BLACK
SMITHS' TOOLS, FARMING IM
PLEMENTS, ETC., ETC.
osnpare our Prices vith either Sail Francisco or Portland. Printed Wc»
Lists mailed on application.
SCHWABACHEK' BROS. & CO. ti*ooW»->
WM. 11. HUGHES
I Printing Company,
9EATTLE, W. T.
All kinds ..f book and J.l> work COLI'MHIA *TR«T,
* 'penalty. I Opposite Kngine Honse Ha t
LEVY BROTHERS,
IHPOKTt.ttS i!«D UKALKKS l»
IMPORTED, KEY WEST AND DOMESTIC CIGAM,
TOBACCOS. PIPES, CUTLERY,
And all the latest smokers' a nidus. We Invite the public and the trade In jenaral
to call and examine oar stork and prlcea.
113 Com m i3r<-litl atreet. Mc-uttle, "\V. T.
Oolfeiett cfe McCallum,
Successor* to Peter-on Rroa.. Inifxirter.i and Dealert ia
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Orders by Mnil Solicited.
814 FRONT STREET. p. o. 30X 114.
■ —— ■ =o
_ THOMAS OOWEN
j Consulting Mechanical Engineer and Surveyor.
pi.*XS AND SPECIFICATIONS OF HTEAMBOATH, STEAM EStilN BOILJCKS **?
t a.] kinds of m.-. hanical structures. Work soperiuti nded when under < niiMrortW*
HU*»m foyinc* indii'ttrd and alteration* advined the view of eeuttnnf ot
of *rv«u>r power. Bt* arnhoata, whip* and all ki u 4* of ma< hiuer> boofjj
ln?.M Whoev « r ma* be going into new enterprise® or •Jtertljjjj
7r1,.i • L' uit,l,re,t with hiw before entering ®P?JSS
» 2 A, Butler's U ock, eieattle trl*
IST. ARMSTRONG & CO.,
Livery Hack and Sale Stable; Managers of Seattl*
Transfer Company.
lirnt-clM# Turnout*. Order* lillrd at muj h«ur d»y or
Tfctept 41. Oftae comer HUP nwl fi**oad ftm**-
L. K. O. SMITH,
lIfI*OKTKR AKV JOBBER OF
Clears and Tobiccw, Meerschaum Gwds, Plp«, Cotlerj, Stitlonerj, e».
Mill itrnt, iMlar-Uw; HuHtt, W.
«ynt» for th« Floe <lo Madrid K*y Wart Ciif w.
LOWMAN <fc HANFOBD 8. & P. CO.,
OLE AGENTS FOR

xml | txt