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THE POST-DITILLIGKBCIB
FabUsbed Daily and Weekly In 'he Tmt
Baildlnjc, Seattle. Wash- Ter.
ST mil:
Bally, 1 year, la advaoe* "® J®
Dally. 1 mouth " >2
Weekly. 1 jrmr,
Weekly.« month*.
•and sr. 1 year. ._. j™
Weekly and nander, 1 year.ln adv"ea
Weekly, when not paid .b adranee. » »
»T taaatsa.
Daily, per week #w "
Babaerlber. ordering addres*e* «*•■***
Should give the <*< i addre»* ** well ** the
**Addw all remittance# to Poer Ijrrajxt-
HKli Co.. tteattle
TBE J«*VAU* ()lEStI«S
Tbe Eastern paper* are to j
discuw what they term "the Sevatla.
foestion"— that I*. what to d" With a .
state whi> h is no longer lit tor *UU
hood. In eight year* the vota of Ne
vada has decreased from IHJA'i to
12,27#, and (be population, presumm*
Hie ratio of pop ilstion to tbe number
of vote* cast to be tbe came iri IW a*
in VUO, from <i 2,W 1" alsxit 40.000 |
A« the New York ,Hun declares, there
•rent leastS9counties in tbe »tate of
New York which have a larger po{«o
--lation than the state of Nevada It i
evideritly unjust, therefore, tliat tbe
few people remainiti* in Nevada, not
enough to populate a first-class county j
in any of a dozen states of tbe Union,,
should have a power in the senate
equal to that of New York, Hennsyl- 1
rania or Ohio, and a power in tbe
house of representatives equal to that
possessed by four time* their numlief
in any other Northern state. The
w«r*t of it is that the population id
Nevada i* still *.hvinkin«r. though not
at so rapid a rate tut during the first |
part of the decade, and that it may lie
expected to sink to fifteen or
twenty thousand. It i- possible that
it will then lie-in to increase
once more and it may eventually l»e
(greater several limes over than it has
ever been In the past, but under the
most favorable condition*, it ii doubt
ful whether NeTada will erer bare a
sufficient jsipulation to justify its
presence in tbe Union. It will always
present tbe spectacle til a population
wielding a power in tbe national pov
eriiment entirely out of proportion
with it* siic.
It Is evident, therefore, that tbe
Nevada question may yet become a
serious one, and tlii* is the more jsi-si
ble since it i* a que*tlon without any
apparent solution. The constitution
provide* for the adnii-sion of new
states, but provide* no way for netting
a state oat of the t.'mon. The repre
sentative* of the smaller state- in the
constitutional convention took care of
that, fearing that their larger neigh
bors might one dsy a tempt todeprive
them of tbe full benefits of the I'nlon
Into which they were entering. If the
population of Nevada should continue
to shrink until there were not one
thousand |»eople within the Ixirders of
the state, there would still lie no legal
way of forcing it out of the I niou
without tbe consent of its people,
liven with that consent, there would
be some difficulty about the matter,
for though several states have sought
a pathway out of the I'nion, none
ha* found one. In whatever manner
the subject Is viewed, the conclusion
must be reached that Nevada i* in to
stay.
II Is surprising thst tbe solution of
the question offered by Senator Wew
-rt about two years ago doe* not al
tract greater attention at this time.
This i* to divide Idaho, annexing the
northern portion to Washington and
the southern pottion to Nevada This
would bring the |»i|>ulatiou of the
state sl-iTve ICO,OOO, ami It would in
crease steadily for many years to
come. Of course, Nevada with this
addition would lie a huge, misshapen
state, but it would never support a
great population. Tbe objec ions to
tlii- plan are id) of a purely setiti
mental nature, and the arguments;
which may lie urged in favor of it are
both forcilwe and practical It offers,
if not the l>e-t solution of the Nevada
question that could tic desired, at least
the lie->t that seems po*sih|e.
For some reason, however, thi* plan
is not looked upon with favor, and the
Nevada question seem* t»i In* doomed
to lie one of those for which a satis
factory answer i* never found
In npite »f Hip wnrrilntf* afloriU'tl hr
tlie of otlirr nation* which
huvr uttotiiptcil tit ittnkt< territorial
ronqufati in Afrii n. tirrniany >r»-nn
detrrmined t» enter ii|h»ii a career of
angrctsio" in Kant Africa. The
chances for the micro-* of any ex
|ietlitinn undertaken the Arali*
wuulil Ik- very «li»;l't anil the reward
of success would Ik- exceedingly
■mall. Africa can never be mailt a
field for tletman colonitation, ami
any attempt to tnrn Uir vurn nl of
(lerman emigration to America in
the direction of a province wrested
from the Aral'" will surely tail.
The t iaruian Kovernment should pmi-e
and con-iJer before it enters u|»>n a
distant colonial war |»ttci»elv « „r
to that which led to the di-a-trous <le
feat of the French in Tonquin,
If Sptltißcr'a new IUI for tire ad
misaion of the trrritotiva becomes a
law. the people of Washington will
ha v eenoii>(h politi s during thecouiinp
twelve months to make the \ear|vsl>
forever memoraWe An i f lion for
mcrnU rs to a constitutional conven
tion will take place in May. the con
▼ention w ill meet in July. ttie con-t:
tut ion will be voted on in Noveml er.
and. if li is adopted an election tor
state officers will take p'act" shortly
after. With a few U .! and muni
cipal elections tht. wn rn to till uji thr
time, lfsl wdl l e a fairly good year
for the politicians
A lVnuxratic 10.-.ti ijortry or
the opinion that I'resi.rerit « revc »n i
should enter con.re-. and I here cor
tinue hi- battle rorfro tra.le Ihe
drst o'j"' iron whr. 'x pre-t :.t« it-iM to
this plan lies in to f.,. : that Mr
Cleveland doe-« iu>t iiv:- i the >onth
and that he c<»uld ■ot Is- c itcJ ft •
any but a r-o.ith«rn <ii-tri,t. T!.en
are other objections, ; it thi- one
would be unite >u;ti ;ent !•.> k c;i M-
Clcvelatid out of m rc
It rer> kind ft tiladstor.e to tirgi
the Salisbury governtue; l l ott- ur
dirtake the con j . 11' the i>..n ~r
He took that contra, i
yc.its ago und tir.ali* ;hr<w i; up in
di«irU"t Hec.c'd wr h : f«te
for the S.ili»li ;ry nrtimtut than
that it shou'd hnn'i e tl - >ughly i i
Tolve i inaSe J*ni n'r .:!n
Whether Ji'Un Sherman or James
G. Blame i- tlereril If .rr -m"»-< re
tary o''stitc, tin re w.; l* > vol
provemcnt in the state department
The contrast between liayard and ln
eucv-es-or will be so (treat as to fairly
the r«pre«rititiw of foreign
govern B
If the Democratic party «raM take
the other side of every other import
ant question »« promptly ** it ha*
Uken that of tbe question of territo
rt«] admi<*ion. there would be some
bope of it. Tbe lewin of the election
ha* not rone entirely unheeded.
Tbe fart that Count Herbert Bis
roarck had made hi* tuaiden speech
was chronicled throughout tbe world
on Hnnday. and it was not a very
*oo>l speech, either. It i* »ometime*
eery convenient to hare a father who
is somebody in particular.
, WEIBHT^
P?PRICE^
CHE AM
JfAKIHg
It* eaperlor excellenceproven In mllltoa*
of home* f«»r mor. than a quarter of a cen
tury It Is a*ed by the Halted Mates Gov
ernment. Endorsed by the bead» of the
Great Universities a* the Htronaest. Parest
and M"*t Healthful Dr. Price'* Cream
Rakinx Powder doe* aef contain Ammonia.
Ume or Alßin. only In ran*.
PRICE BAKING POWDER CO.
««w YORK CHICAGO. ST. LOtTIA
Advertisement* tinder the hp al* of ixist
Pound, For .Hale. To l*t and rfitiiati<m«
Wante<l will b*' Inserted at the rate of 2
cents a word for flrst Insertion; 1 cent a
word tor each «oh*equeut Inaertlon. Pay
ment always In advance
The following letters are awaltlnK adver
tlsers at thi» office
iH.uT 7a. m. Pe. <4 nCTTfi!
Jap. I House. I.K. ! Owner.
X. Y. Z. I 1 I
riiK MLE.
u - B,:V W-KKLY NF.WB
M « " " t aiier. office and ouiMing: it-mml
town, call,.U SHANK- A SWAFFuRD,
Union block.
| -<iR SALE—NEW F'IUR If lOM HOUSE
* near Jackson wtreet, V. Ilueo
smith, basement. Occidental hotel.
I "OR SALE IT A BARGAIN. AS AT
tractive retldeijce propettv witli ni*c
nlflceot view of the bay and city: new
nine mom house, R'-i-l stable Fifteen
minute*' h*]k fnini the Occidental hotel
and on the cable line. The tie*t buy for a
btisineiM lot on Front street. sl*o four other
0(1 fe«t hit* on Front *ud two on l'lke.
Grand view lot* In Ann town.
We don't i- l] "wildest Kood*. llyititjger A
Meaebam, 114', Mill street.
I stilt -II.E -HUE STORE (IN FRONT
•tree t, en lease, low rent. C A. Mott.
I'.il Second street.
fX>R SALE BIX ROOMED HOUSJE, LOl
r 11. hlo. k iH-nnv's Lark atditiou.
1 92300 V HL<;o SMITH, basement Occi
i d«tal hotel.
ruK SALE HOP. HAY AND DAIRY
1 farm, situated on White river, near
.•M-attle. W. T.; this is a perfect farm in
; every particular. I# worth 130,000 and i«
I offered for s£>,ooo cash, balance on
time at m |>er cent, per annum. For par
ti«*ulsr« Inquire of J F. McNACGHT, Beat
| tie. W T. <Mtw
IVIKHALK-MLW KfoUeE OF NINE
rooms; bath, closets, etc.; one block
■ from street cars and 10 miuutes' walk from
thepoatofhee K. C. TCBM, in w building,
' corner Cherry aud Third streets
»ALE lIoRSK- o If. IIOI.COM B
•*l the Seattle Hale Htabh-a has lust ar
rtved fr..m with another carload of
; fine horin. which arc now on sale at their
; stable*.
I.>fK Ml L V BAKERY WITH HOt'SK
aud lot aud doing at present a go«>d
busiucjw iu a mining town near Seattle
For full (particulars, address Charles
KUcher. care of Poet I NTiLLioutctß office
1/OK S \LE FIVE- ACRE TRACTS
ohesp, ad ointng Raveuua Springs
I'ark J N. \\adiugford, room ♦">, C'nion
| block.
■ /OR SALE-RK<TAt RANT IN (iOOD
I locality; good baslne*s. a barcatn
j rail at th-- office of L. II Oritntli A Co.. Oc
j eldental block.
■ "OH *VI K - CHEAI'; THREE BLOCKS
I iu the imrn<>diat<» vicinity of the Ka«
works, cheapest! wholesale business prop
j »*rty in the city ; also H lots on Seventh and
Ja* ksou streets on account of an encum
j brance »»n the property it will U» ofTered
t for :m day* 100 per eeut. lower than other
I property in that vicinity. Apply to Josiah
Collins. Jr. corner Front and Cherry.
roll MIK I HKF.I FINK I.oTS o\
P Front atrei t. i •*M In Mercer's Midi
lion. uOxISO on Wtv.
J Sixth and Washington sirevt* hon-f and
lot on Box strv«t. *> room* :» and '• arte
| trartnon Mercer island For rvodenee or
husiut m rropcrtv ,«H on Kjder A White
h< ad. room II Cnton bl - -k. >« att:«>. w r
L'<>s SALE- IWENTY ACREB, CNDI
I \ ided or in .'acre tr*. t* nut
SMiue water level land, adjoininit
j>*«!i'r towu«ite. mill, railrnai »!atiou
j and wharf; prior, per a'*r«*; fine man
i ufaeturlnif »ite \ i>t»-> to owner, I>r \
* DeVue, 3019 S»Ct»nd street, S« attl«
\ i : 00 RES OF I'ATFN I Fl>
timber it; .t tht *< »t buy In the mar
! ket on •'lU'ftN.iiml
'A \ivM>lßoN'., Arvade Buildiug, Front
i ktftft.
i
P»R CAU OLD NEWSCAPK&S AT
1 tbisoffire
|^or -um.E pKnu'vr.j: Tift r.ißo-:
* est a«mrtm> > ' .(i m..clfy of ctkOlre and
i "t""" p«T,_.rt. rv. «r M. A K.lley't
!'<ik »Uw, ft* Comntetrtal street,
i; S-%1 E NK , i"W N
1 1\ ranav 4%% • vel land email timber,
! partly c'. «*r«Ht, v» ry t oar attic Ai l«ke
' sh<vre R U . pri.. Addret-s Box Ml
|,\»K <\! K LOTS IN WFST -EATTUC
I I'ark addition. n« \t U\ thf point an«l
uea f the terr> . el«*ear t view of every lot.
QKO |M IRF Fl i . ■ . al al
' tween Mi l and »*hine*«'C.
IALXIR SALE - OLD XIWSTAItII IN
bw'.i.tle# of is**. «( th:a '
I'OK KENT.
I To KtM OFFII r IK I itl< K 1 11 I»-
j I ii*<, centra! > Kv a. l t «■ j«artic«
} L»R« ATUDV A?
•IV Ktvr l NMIRM-iHFD
I als«' s*»:tab'e f r ••** * « Avidrvaa <*
i\ Mali K?k.-: -.. U! -,d N a - „
Hawk, < «itit-n'#! • u ! l*i?
1 N Ml KPN I Vlll or ROOMS « 1 N
ft rbtr-t Street Ane location C. A Mott,
; f.. l »d »tPr* I
1/ » . ► KNI-HKD ► K '\r K M
< a aawt ten nfurotihol nice ,«>«•<
j ts>u Iftij i: -e roou* 10 New Yrtkr b k
IPOM RENT -NICELY FCRNWHED
* <. SI !« I- 1 «ud v v i :
jca'ioo N. Ms V <4ffr*ei
j.' • s x m
P |\)IKM • * .
' I lu«4»ir» ai Maawuttf a Rack's fnrnt
t'*r « evrl
SOI IS T\ M»llC|N
joEAtTUC U»DU« v
C* V..* ,v . .. . »■
lis . N •*- - i s » M
invited to at:< a !
ii a iNwijj, s
MCMT LSUIMV U< a»4 FTE XC
ISsptoAcr !»•»* It "a"> Pa
Ik Kit UK *'« N* A v!f >IV r I r
k Se N.» ; I « > M , .
i %yeteaiae at i p w ;a K. «f r. Ita!'
I opeta Rmvs b\vrk. N ultisf krstAn
' « "-ijalii tavi%e«t
I kK^OMI
l oKNTIE MAN I ISILE- TO MEET
. \ the !«te «*U * f th«r fvat tM'- ..on, t»oa
\ <ad a« a f C» n D>se»veri; wt.l b* as Ocei<
; denfa' 11 ars If its. m? or
leave word
SIKILU *«nri.
jKUn- Mr-Twtm to awkocJck ID
ST friend* aod vU »tro—te* ly
p«to«ce.
frauk litttr
MMF. LA VEE. THE NOTED <LAIR
to) an' trance unditnt. <*a hr cop
n!M ofi bonnes*. love. marriage.«' ™«.
etc . in a perfect Jr«l trance; no ««»»«*
Satisfaction runowj or
fntxtail Ibihbiliiml Heart. r »en-T «*■
W AWT*D—M 6» ME"* TO WU. AT
VT Whilom hardware *tore. IMJ Front
•treet. »l«i tJ>ey aeed bolider* b*M*iar*
or tool*. INnail evpcn*-* aiea* sma-l
profit*. Ca:i and be convinced
HAKKEa l* O !>*-OIi.S—EISE FINISH.
rn > 'Wftcr*. *4)4 at Whlton s hart
»*»♦ Trrmt nwrt.
a).,. y, wiu. buy a ranch with
©.HrtHl be•:fi nes and fruit tr-es !n
hcartar. the women a chant* at
this and with rows, pnoitry, fruit, jart-n
Teeetable* Ae she will paj for the ptoy
erty beside* stjpp'vin* i he family. A ten
acre tract. lot* and blocks also for sale. All
trtll b* «oM on term*. an-1 teaintfftiliy
lorAtfd Ww»*» Uk' Uile» and Wood
land Park. Wriftn H Brown; inquire At
Jo oe« A €«'». real tatate office.
II- \STED--eUBH RIBEK.- roRSCOTCH
ti K m ,«h and ln«h newspaper* by A.
FI«KEN, opposite new poetolfcce
Notice— ah my b<jvs. ered. a.vu
_ CStarlie Kindiinr, have left how
witfe"'!t * r '7 canse. I benrby eaatlon any
one for *l!«wln* tbcm auytiiinr on tnv ac
cooat. Frederick Kindli"lf. White r.*er
11' aSTED-PaKTIEs DE."-IR:S"i <iOV
»> »mraent land, either aericoltura! or
timber, call at unce. K"*>m SS. onlon blot k.
11" ANTED- TO I.EA-K OR Bl'V A I.OT
» Address Mir- hasd-aKEK. »i«
Third stwet, secretary Woman's Home
ti'ANTED — PCRi HA*EK FOR A FINE
» milch cow. ' all at orner Sixth and
Pine. A B Cook.
A TK YOUR FUKNITI'RE DEALER FOR
J\ Birmlughara'* Bsd lujunre:
for dorablllty. comfort and n.*tn*-«», com
trfned with cb« apness. they have no ♦"i' l *'
l»A<»- WANTED FfiK
It I'"-t iwrau.Kig-'" sb office.
■ I\*i.s wanted for pre-.^room.
li p.-r IsTstXioßMcaaoffice.
nOLIDAY (KKiDH—HAVE YOU SEEN
seen M. A Kelley'* dispiay of toilet
and perfume *ets. Thev are the finest In
the city; direct from tne factory In New
Y"irl city: r-n'iine plushe* no cheap Ba
raar imitation* at his window, 102
C«»mmereial street
AG- WANTED Full PRESS-ROOM,
Po«r ISTBU-toßS' is office.
I - \sHIoNABI.E DKES.-MAKING REA
I* sonahle terms. Corner Front and Mad
i«.ia, over Pacific drur store.
KMI'MIVUKM WANTED.
ll* ANT ED -IICAIIoN BY A YOUNG
if nmi in any kind of honorable em
ployment. Ad«lreM YANKEE* Ihil office.
\lv\ N I KI» -SITUATION BY A YOCTNG
f y man milh college edn<.ration a« botjk
• r or clerk. R« fer« if desired.
; *» T E . thin offlee.
MTANTEB BY A N EXPERT BOOK
▼ ▼ k»>fp*-r auda' oountant. bookitoopen,
j«>ftt or t lose. Addre** Ixick h*tx 1113,
Seattle.
ANTED- SITUATION —BY A MID
die aged lady as bonae keeper in a
small family. Address Z \ . thi* office.
\\'AMi:i»-BY A YOI'NG MAN. .SIT
n nation as clerk in law office. A g»»od
{•ciiman ami of fair education. AddreM
clerk. this oftee.
It"ANTED—YUI'NG MAN DESIRES CO
f » sition. Experienced in office work,
and typewriter. A 1 New
York reference#. M. J.
\\ -! ED v \ - 3ALBS
▼ » lady in a store, or would accent po
sition a* housekeeper, by a young widow.
Address X. Y. Z., this office.
It' ANTED A i'•Wli H>N BY A <H M >D,
honest Jipancoc boy, in a private
family. Address JAP. thin office.
FIVIM IAL.
\JONEY To LOAN—ON FIRSI-t I.A-S
.»■ improved busines* property and resi
drnce property In Seattle; also for the pur
pose of buildlug on desirable inside prop
erty. Loans made on improved farms in
King, Kitsap Suohomi«h. Skagi*, What
c*«n, Inland, .--an Juan. Clallam and Jeffer
son counties. Correspondence solicited
FRANK I*. I.EE. represent ti-e Lombard
Investment Co., Starr block. Front street.
\\' ANTED—TO BORROW fJOQO ON
hatise and I«»t worth SOOOO. Address
M. M., postoffice Un 7218.
M< »NEY T«» LOAN—N«)TES AND OTHER
neitottable paper Wheeler
Bros', real estate exchange.
MONEY TO LOAN SHANKS A SWAF
FORD, room 12, Cutou bloek. Front
strtH't.
MONEY TO LOAN—ON REAL ESTATE,
chattel mortgage or personal security.
Note*, mortgages, etc., bought <». R. MIL
LER, <1 CO.. !H Mill street. Occidental
BltH-k. jy 13
MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS Tw SCIT.
upon improved city aud farm prop
erty at low»'«t run s. No 'delay in closinc
loans. F P.OWDKN. 10»'>Columbia St Jv*2ltf
IIKI.I' WAMKII
\1 T ANTED BOY IMMEDIATELY, 1"
** learn th»- printing busiuea*. Coryell
A Sargisou. Opera biock
I\' INTED SALESMEN TWO 6)1 IRT
>otingmeti *h«>*e used to the grocery
btiiiHm pn ferred Ipply UK Fr«.nt ?«t.
W INTCD GIRL FUR QKM RAL
it hoitftuork; small family. Apply at
once at It'- Nlntii »tr- e*
WANTED V HOY WHO I- AC
*' quainti'd with the *tr ets at LOW
M\N <v. S. A. C. CO, corner
Front and Ch**rrv (tuf'n.
11' AN TED- LAD i. ACTIVE AND IN
o telltgent, tt» represent, iu her own
locality, an old firm. References given
and required. Permanent position aud
*«HKI salary A'IDRCMSUUT Manufarturtng
H«*u«e. I.*m k I*. x 1. ■».'>. Nt w York
\yr. WISH T«» KMH.UY A FEW >AI.K
--»» M»-n OH SALARY to »ell OUR #OO %by
»autf»le to thr wholesale AMI r- tail trade of
s».-aMi- \\ 1 . ant *<JJ>LNINJR «-tat<*« \\<-
nr- the larv. «t mauufa< turvr* of our line
In the country. ?*• OL twort'QTl i:I »RAMP>
for J»arti« N'arv No |MWTAI» auswarcd. ten
tenuia) MT»r t'o.. t'fMClni>ati, O.
HTOI KX.
IULIN FKOJI JDUOMAI BOAT- j
' *1 , Friuav, D«T. H.OOO IT loot, *IN
RT*«p B ar. Mficd HON. fteu £ '•
of U»W an-! on Hero; [.AIMED WHO *lth
, browu water line; white IO ... »RITTI green
» >R I - •• »uiI«JE, " Rndlon*.
U*'/ ' * T ' T«n dollar* wlli
J® FOR recovery of boat, and s.4 f,»rthe
arreM ami CONVICTION of the thief BCTT- !
! » W
w I NTBli IW RKN l
t i_ -■ - mm - - " - - •
\l' \MKL« \>M All. ROOM IH'ITABLF.
for barberahop central locality AJ (
»irv** Harber. this ofece.
I ♦»* r.
- —_ -
I "'.f< H cf SKY*-KISI'EK
? V * a FAVOR by retnrniin: TO
* ■** GOVE. arv «.VO HO»TCR, Yctler's
NKW AD% RKTII«KMF.NTH.
SEATTLE EMPLOYMENT
AM>—
Heal Kstatc Agency
Ko .USmth S*V«MMI .Seattle.W T
WE HAVE TO-DAY.
? '< <R'AM Ger*naa riri for family house
work.
Ux\h : e»L vraiir**« a:I4 chambermaid.
FI:»t C.W woman cook.
FOR RENT.
TW e »I ' I-! *HR,I r.«ora» for LIGHT
bou* keeping. IU iC rent
"1 v* -> •« -1 U:J* . ».ivJ f-r 'ao>aK
keet tuff, HO.
! Fueiuoa e>tsafr,|'3.
FOR SALE.
t «< - - f ?sr- im kmc
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Oyy««t» B«tca E:««k
SEATTLE POST - INTELLIGENCER TUESDAY, DECEMBER 18, ISM.
OEOKOK D BLAKJE,
ATTORNIT AT LAW-BOOMB 25 i» »
CbS« Block. Semal*. WutL
Special attention Corpo*»e««, Sand aws
—rlßt '«w.
'J ■. MJUWOW. f. «.F4TTM»O»
Pattfnon * GIMfcw
\TTOBXETS AND CorNSELLOBS-AT
law. o«ee. MB Jaoea rawt. oppo
site the Occidental
ISA-AC M. HAI.U
ATTOKNrr AS D COCSs-ELtOB AT
Law, ,<oliettor is Chancery. Prortor 1»
Adm:ra.ty, isd Notmry Public. Soora 2S.
Ye»W* new hallding. Mill ttreet. reattle.
.W. T. Take the ele raw.
HKXKV H. IA JO >IIH.
4 TTORNEY AT LAW—KENNEY BLOC*.
\ rnrnarof Front and Coi«»biA «tr*et».
■tenttie.
K. K. MCHOUB.
A TTORNEY AT-LAW, XORTB YAKI
- sta. W. T.
KBKN SMITH.
\ TTORNEY AT LAW, f. 6. COMKIB
- and N'»:ar7 Public. Pine .aa4»
aoojcbt and tohl. I'ootoffire fc«* 573. -Mai
tie,* T.
UUU PHirtOS. HIJtST »(>S!DI,
B. v. cac*.
McHridc, C'arr & Preslon,
VTTORSKYf AND COCNSELLOR.- AT
iaw Offleea at Lar onner, Mount Ver
i;on and Seattle, settle oSite, Yealer
j Leary block. jylT'iw
WOOD Ac OSBOKXK,
VTTOEJHYB AND COUNSELLORS AT
law Attention jr:v«>u to land iitira
lion, !and titlfa and probate matter* only,
tioom- 6 and 7. Colon Block. Seattle.
fclCHAfclt 0«BO*2«. T*l*ST** P. DYER.
OHBOIiN Ac DYER.
lAWTERB,
j SEATTLE. W. T.
Room* 1? and IS. Yea»er Buiidinr. Mill
•tn-f t, end of Commercial. Take elevator.
HAHAH KENDAI.L, M. D.
(1 HA DC* ATE OF HOMEOPATHIC COL-
T l«'ge, and from Philadelphia hospital
practice. Particular at-'ention to women,
children and obstetric*; tZOtttecond street.
b\ H. LKWW, M. U.
I)HY3ICIAX AND SCRGEON-KESl
deuce. corner Ninth and Stewart
•treeta. opposite Ninth itreet procerr.
UK. FAN NIK H. ABBO'IT,
Homoeopath ist, formerly of l*3
Washington street, Boston, Massa
chusetts. give# special attention to diseases
of women and children. Those expecting
confinement or suffering from menstrual
irregularities should especially consult
her. Calls answered day or night Con
•ultstion free. Treatment free for those
uuabie to pay from » to 10 a. m. Wednes
days. Rooms, Kenny Blocks Seattle.
UK. b. H. cot;
I>HYBICIAN A SURGEON, ROOM 17,
Colouial block, corner Second and
Columbia streets. Office hours 10 to 11, 1
to 4 and nigtrs. Telephone 12*.
C. K. CASK, >l. L>.
\BDOMISAL StRGKON AND GYNK
colegist.
TACOMA, W. T.
UK. GKO. A. KKICH,
( vCULIST, AURIfIT. LARYNGOSCOPLST.
\ f having returned from his trip to th#
East and Europe, will be pleased to mee:
his former patrxns and others desiring hi*
services, at his former office, in the Yesler
Learv Block. Seattle, W. T. Residence, cor
tut Fourth snd Msrion. jv!7d»
OK. G. BPITZY,
(Academy of Pans, 1870.)
CM'ECIAUST FOR CHEST, LUNG. 9TOM
O a<h, liver aud kidney diseases, epilepsy,
psrah *is. gout, rheumatism, syphilis, se
c*ret disea*»*s. Lost manho«»d restored
without medicines. Consultation in Eng
i Jish, German. Fr» nch and Italian. Offiee.
Post building. Mill street rooa , r >, second
; floor. Daily from 10 to I*2 a. in..2 to 4p. m.
) T. T. MINOR, M. D. Q L. R. DAWSON, M. h.
t
DRB. MI.VOK Ac U A WBGN
pHYBICIANS AND SURGEON.-.
OFFICBS IN OPERA HOiSK BLOCK.
Telephones. Office, No. B*2: Dr. Minor 1 *
I residence. No. «3.
S. J. HOLMRS, M. D.
|>HY.SICIAN AND SURGEON—OFFICE
! I Colonial block. Second and Columbia
streets.
Office Hours: 10 30 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 4,
and 7to 9p. is. Telephone No. 122.
i ■
W. A. SHANNON. M. D. J. SHANNON, M. D.
Urs. Shannon Sc Shannon,
1> H YBICIA NS ANI) Sl T RGE(»NS—OFFI<' E
Union block, Front street, firtt floor,
npstairs, room 10. Office open at all hours.
UK. K. E. SHAW,
PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON. OFFICE,
I Colouial block, corner Second and
t'o'.nmbia struts. Residence, *l7 Third
! street. Office hours, &to 10 HO a. m., 4 to»>
and 7t09 p. m. Telephone 122.
E. L. M b. JJ RVFt > » lUjUU>, M. D.
DKB. SMITH Ac WILLARD
I >!IT81CIAN8 AND SURGEONS—OFFICE
I Poacin's Block, Front street Office
oara—3 to 4 p. m. an 4 7to Hp. m.
Mr. and Mrs. K. «J. Castle,
HEALERS AND TEACHERS CHRIS
tian Science, Mental Hfaling. No. HHS
Second street, between Madisou and Spring.
Seattle. Washington Territory.
J. 9. SCURRY. | H.K.OWENS,
SCURRY Ac OWKNB,
/ MVIL ENGINEERS, SURVEYORS AND
1 v. (Contractors. Railwavs and other pub
ic works designed aud built. Office—
■ Room* ;'io and 51. Yesler block, James fcL,
oi»j»o*itc idental.
WKU'H At OLHKN,
/ »IVIL ENGINEERS AND DRAUGHTS-
V men All kinds of mechanical draught
in* promptly attended to.
Room 14, i'Hkuiial t»k«>k. Second street.
FISHKK Ac CLARK,
\RCHITErT» - BUTLERS rUTLDING
James St.. opposite Occidental Hotel.
H. BTKIXMAX,
VRCHITECT— ROOM b. REINIG K.
Front and Marion stm»ts
JOHN If.'JANICKK,
\TTORNRY, NOTARY AND SUftVfT
or practice before the United
State# land office. Contests initiated, co-.
ducted and defended. Timber land
asiecia'tv. Varant government
lected and settlers located. T r *m\hinn *t*
»n<l atattMlof Ki„, cub
-1.. date ..UI be fount? ,r Lr '«T~ »i
V.OK co" ty.V: T Ad
UK -01,KNA I)AWI.KV.
( TURNER FOPRTH AND BEILSTREET,
craduatv of University of Norway; vJ
year*' irarfiee with disr«s< s of women
and children. Midwifery a special'?.
CROSS & CO ,
UNDERTAKERS.
ft! o|*ia litisse l»if>rk.
Front street. *»«*attle.
.1. COMPTON,
LAND COMMISSIONER Of
j KIRKLAND LAND CO,
James St., opposite Occiden
tal Hotel, Seattle. W.T.
*. A. HASBROUCK &. CO
AWD
DH T JOQ IST g
i!D ir K lmjl* m
Photographic Supplies.
Frwot at., HMlltlc, VF. T
Artistic Printing!
\\'P V •:**< lI.TY KE* S
*' rtn T,v, rf rnfi» ami we«ta?i:f
; *•*' "* H'e • *-» »1 d rstn • j u»-
J iMr fcwisfi. CORYKU.4(UKG>
j Vti"phv*i\ jfi of«ra HuVk.
tQR FAMaJLY USE
Snowflake Flour
I? TIF r<9»T TAX n
THE BOSTON CO.'S PLAT.
OF
WEST SEATTLE!
All lots designated to be sold, on plat now on exhibi
tion in the office of NIESZ, FORREST & CO, James
street, opposite Occidental Hotel will be open for sale
December 22 and 24, 1888, at the following prices:
Between Fifth and Sixth Streets $175
Between Sixth and Seventh Streets 'SO
Between Seventh and Eighth Streets ' 25
Between Eighth and Ninth St, except Blks 49 and 50 100
Between Eighth and Ninth Sts., Blocks 49 and 50 .. 75
For corner lots add $25 to above prices.
Each lot has a frontage of 25 feet, on an 80-foot or
ioo-foot avenue, and extends back 115 feet to a 16-foot
alley.
Conditions of Sale.
One-half cash, balance payable within six months,
with interest at 8 per cent per annum, or 5 per cent, dis
count for cash on deferred payment.
No more than four lots in any one block will be sold to
any purchaser.
In addition to the purchase price of each lot, purchaser
will be required to pay with first payment the sum of fif
teen dollars (sls) for each respective lot to defray the cost
of clearing same and improving streets.
No lots will be sold from this plat at any price before
10 o'clock a. m., December 22, nor do these prices hold
later than 5 o'clock p. m., December 24.
Those who are on hand first on day of sale will have
first choice of lots offered, hence if you can not be present
yourself have a representative there early.
The Boston Company places only a portion of this
property in our hands for sale now, at these extremely
low prices, realizing that improvements following such
golden opportunities will greatly enhance the value of
the balance of their property.
The lots placed on sale are distributed througout the
entire plat, in order that all purchasers may exercise
choice in their locations. »
We invite all to take a look at this beautiful piece of
property and satisfy themselves that it is generally level,
sloping gently towards the bay, affording a fine view of
the best portion of the city, water, shipping and moun
tains; that it must, from its location, become the center
and best part of West Seattle in the near future, and
that it is the best property for the money that is now
offered for sale in any part of the city or vicinity.
Rememler tie Days of Sale, December 22 and 24
For further information inquire of or address
NIESZ, FORREST 4 CO.,
Office with Herman Chapin.
James St., Opposite Occidental Hotel.
LOUIS XIY. YASE
With Ebony Engraved Pedestal,
Price, - ©SOO.
Tbe only fine vase of this description west of Chicago. Now on exhibi
bition in ours-how window, with ati elegant assortment of Cnt Glass, Royal
Worcester, Royal Dresden, Gobelin and many other fine braads of pottery.
An endless variety of fine China. Porcelain and Glassware Holiday goods
of every description.
Finest stock of Groceries at wholesale and retail in the city.
IST. Otiilloerg Sz, Son, uw-*-.,
713 «nci 715 FRONT ST.
(J i-aiid Matinee
SATURDAY AFTERNOON, DEC. 22, FROM
1:30 TO 4 O'CLOCK,
M. SELLER & CO.,
Incorporated,
Will cpeu their aiaramoth establishment, and will exhibit the finest and
largest assortment of Crockery. Glassware, Lamps. Cutlery and Plated ware
ever exhibited in the Northwest; also the very latest novelties in Royal
Worcester, Austrian, Hungarian and Ivory Vases and Ornaments; also the
latest novelties in Haviland's French China Decorated bets of all kiud*.
Also an elegant line of Miuton China.
AFTER 4PM. SATURDAY. DEC 22, THE HEW FIE* WILL BE OPEH FOE
BUSINESS
Goods marked in plain figures. One \ rice to aIL
M. SELLER & CO., Incorporated, BOSTON BLOCK.
LEVY BROTHERS,
IHl'ttlCTlK* A 519 DKALKItS IX
IMPORTED, KEY WEST AND DOMESTIC CIGARS,
TOBACCOS, PIPES, CUTLERY,
\nd ail the !ax«a>t smokers' articles. We invite the public and the trade in genera
to call and diamine oar stock and prices
1 1:1 Commeri'lii! street, Nenttle, W. T.
English Steel Rails
FOR SALE.
By ' Milpomena," na<v l_and
in«s at Tacorn a, a quantity ot the
b»*st quality steal rails-40 and
SO pojnri, per yard-tor sal* in
lots to suit.
For priors »W>ly to
P.UMR. tiITHKIE & (0..
Tacoma. W. T.
A. FISKEN & CO.,
CEKERAU
STATIONERS and PRINTERS
805 Second Street,
Ofp >.!L-Sew rorttStt
Call and E*amir« Splendid
Stock ot New Holiday Coods.
F. Avniow.
PRACTICAL BOOKBINDER,
I)APEK RtTUER, BLANK BOOK MA.Si •
I factxrrer. Prw*-* hw.f Sa** Frar
ctsou. Com try or ten r ry« i
Oj*r* Block. nx>a» > ao* 4 M
das. Liraii
THE GROCER,
Ul2 to 1416. • - Front Stroot
: Make* a njHvialty o* keeping *ne larye#
tDfl f-eskes! tttx-k of cho '«
Groceries and Prorisißßi
In tbe nry, a;id f In boy* la far
greater <u« untie* :haa auy other
jrr*»>fr in rfcarrJe, he eoUeita a:»d it
best aMe U» S!S drier*, either iar*e
or «oaIL Vat will find'hat «»n ar
room of bU immm**' t rmd< his
whole stork is kept trt*h arid
cietti. and that ht i» able to give
Ton better prices than anv «tfher
how in the city. Also rmrcr aa<2
packer oftb*
ISSS
—bkasd ur—
Cd«frra Ccra>M, Siij>iu~carM
Cacortrwi Hum mil Biioea.
'*>!: b b«- i" 'e rtgsr frwn frow a!»
HBokfrhi)i«. by the su.tfie
era?*-. ten or >'arKia4. ai«at
} 'or HALL »AVla'
DUXGESESS BUTTER
Charles Louch,
PROHT AND UNIOIf.
In offering the follow
ing list of choice and
carefully selected resi
dence property we wonld
state that to those who
will improve any of same j
we will give considera
ble redaction over list
I
prices.
j |
i
Jackson Street Addition,
12 lots, block 13.
12 lots, block 14.
j 12 lots, block 15.
Only two blocks from
j Cable road. Will sell by
i 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 A WHOLE.
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.
(I H. KITTINGER,
'hies and Sewed streets,
Seattle, - W. T.
j GKAHAM & DAULTON,
LEADING DEALERS
I2ST
I CARPETS,
j Wall Paper, I
Artist Materials and Picture Franeg.
We h» ye just received a full line of Christmas Cards N'oTeltie*
etc.. that mn>t be «old before Jan nary 1 regardless
of price.
BOSTON BLOCK
> _____________________
I L. P. Smith & Son
TON FRONT STREET.
I
FINE AMOBTVK9T OF
WATCHES, JEWELRY, DIAMONDS, ETC. ETC., ETC,
FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
CALL AND SEE US. 708 FRONT STREET-
Always Ahead.
W. R. GALLAGHER,
Snrceaaor to Alfred So Tiler,
The only went for the celebrated W. P. ltett Creamery natter, which hai ns
! Also the California Qaito OH, the only pare salad oil that is sold.
Besides my large stock of staple*. I har« a large and varied iohiibi rf [MB
groceries, and sell at bedrock for cash, and will not be undersold.
Before parchasing elsewhere gi re me a call and sen.i for price llaa. saailpi«|fc
and qaick sales.
W. R. GALLAGHER.
Or«Mu»r and Seed Merchant. TO6 Front street. W, ?.
SCHWA BACH EH BROS. & CO,
;ivcoatroftATVD>
Importer* and Strictly Wholesale Dealers in
GROCERIES, HARDWARE, IRON AND STEEL,
BUILDING MATERIAL, MINING and BLACK
SMITHS' TOOLS, FARMING IM
PLEMENTS, ETC., ETC.
Com pare our Prices with either nid Franc;- oor Portland. Printed Mt»
Lists mailed on application.
SCHWABACHEW BROS. A CO. «wna>>»)
—J N/TAMITC liriUC' ForUi«flrrttiiMintbf hUMytftkelnli
IOJSO W thrpeople <>f thePacificSlopecm buyttMk
(J WAAC t C T CUOr shoes at the wm«' price* at which tbey Ml
' IT- f O OMUIL retailed in the East.
V* ™ ««lleo IN X'^ h t£T» n ;irsr £3
f DURABILITY »If» <*" r «"W iIHiM •*
fAhkMPts \K -»• AND duUara. If Jon will try «n a pair you wM
fU f\MtS Aj*. \X !«• convinced that *e<fc. not nacgmlt
W l . ° ur » "» 't>r ' riifl nil (.t an.| 5
I n SvJ. \*V ««- rir those who Imitate .'ur »y«W»o(bBiH
INDIi f //p ■ ri I . are .nable l<> cme. t- with aa 1. qaalttj rf
% CAM I r- > m iWfc factory producta. In <ur llnea «r are It.
%... *tgS F.? HuAf a SJ UnpM nuavficturrn ID ilh BiHHIMM
~l>oe. fren oarrelebratedlkstafT
HTI »old by wldr»nwake rrtatfara
a || pari* of ibe caaolry. t« «■
place them easllv within ytmr reach In any Stat* or Territory If you will Invwt oot etat taa
: postal can! and write to us. TBBTTC MP I He' pfc
JAMES MEANS & CO., S4S HOE h
41 Lincoln S»„ Doaton, Moaa. CANNOT
J. H. RENOSTORFF, S ATll II
Cor. FRONT and JAMES STS-.FAST^ojj/^^
SOLE AGENT FOR •usjjar
; SEATTLE,
MORAN BROa
Iron Founders and
AND DEALKKrf IN
Kill anl Steamboat Engineers' supplies, Iron, Brass and Copper Pipe and Plttiaflßf
Steam and Water Bram Goods; Machine Bolt*; Cop Set and Laxßcmn; steazo «M
Hand Prnmpa; Hone Packing and Waste; Cylinder and other Labrlcatlnf Otfc;
heatiua for public and private buildings.
, e have the moat complete pipe catting and threading machinery north of Bm <
Francisco. I And and marine engines, and all kinds of machinery bailt and re
paired. We have on hand and for sale low, second-hand engines and'bnilera.
MM street .corner Railroad avenue. Pimiofflee box
Z. C. MIL. EST,
Hnrreaaor to WaddaU A Ilia. , M<( n,t,u Beaiac ta
RANGES, (00k. PARLOR A\D BOX STOVES.
Order* from the conn try solicited and satiafactlcn guaranteed.
us » chII and look through oar immense stock-
Mill street. Seattle. W. T.
McNATT & CLLNUAN,
L... 311 Commercial St., Seattle, W. T.,
Wholesale Liquors and Cigars.
Kentucky Sour Huh. Fir. Copper ari Bye WhUkie*, «r*oiiss,
Wiae*. Bum. and Gin*. Imported Liquor*, Cordial*. Bar
Syrup* and Case flood*
I COMPLETE CIQ-AR T
i Examination of stork and prices, and correspondence invited
! ALBERT HANSM,
MALKK 111
Watches. Diamonds and Jewelry
■*
for the rriabratai:
STEINWAY PIANOS,
Ana othor Klrat-clai* MuMem of Finn.* nnal < >r«»n»
! TI3W.rH WiK!K. fWOWT HTWriT.
Oolkiett <fe McCallumi
Successors to Peter-on Bros.. Importer* and Dealers in
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Orders by Alail Solicited.
814 FRONT STREET. " p. Q. BOX H*-_
IFTTI^ISrXTTTIRIE!
OF TIIK HKHT QUALITY
Toa eao boy the most of, for the least ssoaey, at
O. W. Lynch & (^o*s^
117 Commercial Street. Seattle.
THOMAS OOWEK
Consulting Mechanical Engineer and Surveyor.
DLAKfI ANO *PE«'in</vnON« OF eTISA* BOATS «T*AM t!sfllsS*. IUHLIBI* ASP
I a: kind, or sr>e. hanloal at.-a' tare* War* when snlr- eeaatrncw*
-Uan. engines iidiia'V and aJteratiaaa ad.taad tha riew nf noiiomy of i»e' J»
ileiclouaraT nf (rratar fttttr. lUeaal>«ala. «ki>a aad all klnda of ma- kin.ry aoyf
and aulf on r.<naiiaat<<B Whae.ai mm Jbr (olaf lato n»w ralerpriara or
voold And It tu'heir interest to consWlt with aim befase fntwui apoatt
* A. kiUcfa B otk. Seattle J

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