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WASHINGTON.
lDtW.nl' of Litr la Pajallip awl
.Snohomish-
Tw« DMllr*' Cm— the
Latter Pl»e»—Pleeewr Day*
la Wk»lf«m.
PrTAtxcr. Dec. IT.-Laat night the
wavhman on the premises of A. I .
Campbell * !*"> w *-" awakened by a
noi«e in the warehouse, and on look
in* aboil found two men, who were
evidently bent on plunder. He flr-d
hit reroirer at then.. but they man
aged to make good their eacape. - n
inreM.Fat.rijr the matter to-day :'«■
found that ibey ha/1 »een delected be
fore anything was got at. J»o trace o.
the burglar" ha* been found yet. _
The ISsptist church are to provide a
grand < hristma■ treat for the children
attending the Sunday "fbool, on
(Jbri'tma* Ere. The Methodist church
also give a Christmas tree, which is to
be in the opera house. .
The literary society will hare their
first regular meeting on Wed
evening at the re-idence of Mr. kellv.
The subject it "Tbe Deserted V ll-
l4 ?be following sale* bare been runle
in Meeker's nerold addition to Pnyal
lup To 1.. R. Dnrgin, lota 7 and 8.
blk 12 ! W. C.Gibbs, 10ta6,7 and
«, blk 7. *759. . . .
Geo. A. Marshall, who ba« a large
hot. ranch in the neighborhood. in
tend* selling it. He Ls going to < dor
ado for the sake of health.
Bobert Wilson l>a< -"!■! to J V>.
Beaven, lot 0, M. I Meeker - vldition.
for s¥/>. _
J. M. Hayes, of Tacoma, was in
town to-day. , .
Ijh, (i. W.'omtf, of St. I'aul, Ls at
the Pacific Exchange.
The planting of K*<lorv street with
poplar tree- was started this morning,
ft is probable that the name of this
street will 1-e changed to Poplar street.
Following are the only sales of hops
in the market -in'-e last report. O.
Kean, Tacoma. 10* bales at 15c; A.
Si»xmer Alderton, Si bales at IV. K.
Meeker A Co. were the purchasers.
NNOIIOMIHVf NEWS.
Two Cases of Smallpo* In th* lie
mote Suburbs Kleetrlc Light.
Fsohomud, Dec. 17.—A brickyard
ia to I* cnUblUhed hen- by Jamei r .
Htirkhn. The brick will t* shippel
from .Seattle 1" the Kroun-l* which
will be »'•»' tbc railroad .leio«.
|{«t, B. F. Brooks preacb«a the fa
ner»l-ermon of the l«le Jatne* Kritr-
Uii'l to a large congregation of frietnl
on Sunday morning.
11. Ktlckie* ha« nearly completed
the putting of the ele. tri< wires in the
Cathcart ojtfra hoiise
Manv of the principal bu«ine-» men
of Snohomi«h n»ve »ljrned a |«?tition
to the city council to provide electric
light* for" the rtreet- of this place.
The new time schedule of the 8. L.
A K railroad went into effect yester
day. again giving Snohomish two
trains a day.
Kngine Company No. I, Snohomish
Volunteers, with a new hose cart and
SOo feet of hose, i; now ready for o|ie
ration at the first call.
There is a smallpox scare in this
city. There is one case on the l/iw
place, three miles east of town, and
another reported on the Hkvkomish.
I> r Towndrow has been busy vacci
nating individuals vinee the lir«t re
port.
The hooks of the circulating library
established here by Miss Kneale are
nt llorton liros'. limk store.
The rirai Hrlrk llulldlng
Yakima Farmer
The court house in Whatcom was
the first brk-k bulltiJnjr erected in
Territory. It was 2.~>x4«>
feet, two stories bigl». plastered, has
iron shutters, tin roof and was built in
ls,»* It was a very fortunate thing
for the early settlers that this building
was constructed of brick and that
iron shutters were put over the win
dows ami doors, for during an Indian
uutbreak in l*tf2 the handful of peo
ple -ought refuge in this building and
the-avage» made a fierce onslaught,
during which bullet* were rained
against the wall**. am! one ball |**ne
irated an iron door abutter. Several
person* were killed in front of the
daor.
t'.llrii»tMiric>r» Itlrh Soft.
KUeasburgh rapna!
SMitne very g«KMi-I»M»king sulpburct
ore was discovered on T«ie»dav while
making aneicavation on < -reger's lot on
First street near Third. No a May has
been made of it. but it has ever? ap
pearance of going high in gold ami
"ilver (told cui-t* in almo-t every
pan of gravel wa-hed in Kllensburgh.
and now silver is added to the precious
metal production of it« -treet".
I lit* »* Iroajr.
Register.
The conviction of the -muggier
C.ardner is a feather in the cap of
Captain IW-echer, who gave the c»»n
f«slerate smugglers of the Tacitic
NMI IMI £m fall m the l' :i « I
Bound country.
v* IBHIKOTOI.
There is one case of MualliHix at
Kllensburgh
Alexander tiendron. who settled in
the Colfille valley in KIT. is dead.
The railroad from Kllensburgh to
port Katon. on the Columbia, will he
pu-he«l to completion next year.
Ihoighnuts are now I » cents a dozen
in Spokane Kail*, an increase of 80
|»er eent, all due to the nefarious
trust.
There arc lldatlv papers in Wash
ington and nine In Oregon. The com*
bitted circulation of the Washington
pa|«ers i« more than doutde thai of
tl»o*e of Oregon.
The Colfax Tacking Company is re
ceiving Jti hogs a day The comtuiny
have already I sought and kill* alx>nt
47 » (strkt rt. ami exi*vt to handle
during the season l>etween l(M> aud
bead.
There are twelve per*on«, men,
WOBMQ and chUdwn aleenii .. in one
small t-H»m it\ a hv»u*»e on Main "trret.
and altlomgh they get along without
quarreling "till it m »st lie pretty un
healthy H'a/ia Walla JiHtrssi.
A whittling buoy, painted red. with
letter* N 6. in white, has lieen
nuv»red in aln»ut T2 fathoms of water,
aUuit half a mile from \N a.> :dah
island, at the entran-< to the Neah
Hay. straits of Fuca, as a guide ti>
mariners.
The new steamer on the stock* at
rasco w ill l»e plarel in oommisMun
early next spring «»n the upper IV itn
bia tiver ami will r in m conne. tion
With the KUen*burgb. whn h will con
tinue to run between k Island and
the Okanogan lauding.
The commissioners of Okanogan
county have ordered a »urse\ t » be
ma<ie tor a rwid from t'lurle- \ »var
re * terry on the t\4umbia t » Lake
Chelan, thence across the Chelan
river at the toot of the lake thence
north easterly to the Mclhow and Oka
nogan nvers.
The diamond d'.U which was beep
u«f() to sink a prosper t hole at t'le-
Kluni was broken I s-1 week an i the
enterprise has leen abatidonetl This
will he a cotisiiieral4e loss t * the pr*v
jei tors of the m" heme, as they have
spent ovar m sinking ts.e bo.»
which ha* reacbe«t a depth of several
hundred feet (Mm Ammmli
• •ladstome Cislnisi (trwsnd.
New V.wk W id
T F. O'Connor write* as
The London Liberals are holding their
heads very high today The* have
had a serte* of big *i U>nes jn theehro
iion for scho-U Wards. In several dl*-
tncts Uie 1 ;*ral candidates bea<i#d
the polls bv an enoru ou* majority
and the party of reaction has t-een
largely decreases! Front 'hi* it :* ei
pec ted that the tide ha* at last defi
nitely turned in lA>ndon the
Tory partr If we were to be
as WtMsriil in the puiiiiMOJ
irr elections u *f tare '«■
in* the school boards we shoald
bare neariv half the entire represen
tation. which would mean -55 tn»teaa
of 10 *ote« and if that were tie owe.
the battle of borne rule would be de
rided. London plays at our general
election.* a part not unlike thas played
bv the «tate of New York in pre«i
dLtial conte-t*. The Libera*. X they
are sweeping the country, can win
wjflboat it, but their majority would
be *»atl. If Tiftory in London be
ad led to virtorr in other part* of the
rwrntrr, then the Liberal j»arty contts
in with a crushing ma jority
HEIGHT
p?Pßlces
CREAM
|AKIN6
PpWDf?
IU excellence proven i n mi'lloas
of homes (or more thau a quarter of a cen
tury It l« nsw! by the roiled rtatet Gor
enimfnl Endorsed by the head* of the
Great Uolreraitiea as the Strongest. Purest
and Most Healthful- t>r Price's Cream
Baking powler does aot contain Ammonia.
Lime or Alnm. Sold only in cans.
PRICK BAKING POWDER CO.
jfiv ▼ <>** rwtr>fK». i-nrfs.
CARBOLIC SMOKE BALL
The Greatest Anti-Septic
Bemedy Known.
The complete treat
. -i'tf meat comprises the
* "Carbolic Fankt
?.,LI" ai Ball" and"Debella
tor Package." The
pmekc hail lasts for
mouths, and in al
■■ A i tC sum readv for use.
The De be 11 a tor
■ 'y S make* a half gallon
. v„'i orrjClS of medir-ln*. ami is
ri«'-at uaed only once H
.i W t YORK day. as per diree
l tiooa. Thus we f**-
J \ / itively assert that
r j\l have rhe mo#t
/ dy on earth, and a
remedy free from complication*: eaajr to
n»e. and *" harm!eiw> that it ran be adrain
iatered to the youngest children with im
punity. bent to any addreas upon receipt
of 13.
We append a few of the many thousand
umtolirttrd testimonials we have inourpos
session to show that the "Carbolic Smoke
Ball" has met with and 1* entitled to um
mrcrMM. No medicine ever in
vented has become so popular. Over a mil
ion "-moke Balls" in u*e. and we have
ET To Mr \K THE FIEsT COMPLAINT.
I had ulceration of the lung* Used to
throw up cupalnll of • ime and corruption,
oftm muni thH My head wa*
Mopped np with a terrible case of catarrh
I u%*-d tfce madiM «< ordiaglo rttrcctloaa
Smote Ball and Del ator. and in three
weeks' ttrne was a* a • a* ever I wa
ll x HAtr.L. ATI Market 0 ~ S. F
I was atta«ked with hay fever regularly
for a years. Breathing through the na*a!
l-assa*. was an impossibility. I twgan to
use the < arbolir j*m<>k«r Bali and I am com
pletely cured. -worn to C. Hiciioy.M. I)
1 had what is termed ca'arrh of the head
and throat. I u*ed the "Carbolic Smoke
Ball,' and it complrtAm eurtd mr.
Alhkkt Hall, J1 Kearney Bt.
Can add my testimony to the efficacy of
"Carbolic Smoke BalL" It cured me of
severe cold ami periodical headache. I caii
recommend it to anyone »uiferiug from
head, throat or lung trouble.
Theo. Hbkhert,
SurveyoMGeneral, California.
< arbolic Smoke Hall < nred me «f HStnma
J<»hn F Wallace,
Supt. Western U'nion lei (!0., ludiauap^dis.
U cured me of the worst kind of catarrh.
G«o. M F. Sivmsi.
Bookke»'jH-r I . !' A W K. k., IndianafxdiK.
B> aM of a half taofce Ball I wa* cured
of catarrh He v. A. P. St<u*t,
Author of i'hrfmology of Christ's Life, and
oilier works, Indianapolis.
The remedies, "Smoke Ball" and "De
l>eUatar, are for "ale at -lew art A Co. n.
Kellora's, I ang n aud Haabrouck's. Seattle
and at Stewart ik Bros , ami Bouney's. Ta
coraa.
Price of Full Treatment, 53.00.
»sr A«k vonr druggist for it.
HOUGHTON & WILLIAMS,
Watches.
Diamonds,
Jewelry,
Clocks.
Sterling Silverware, Etc.
NEW FIRM.
ALL NEW GOODS
At Charles Naler's OU Staid,
MILL STREET.
n.EtSK *' M.I. ASH KX AMINE.
DIAMONDS!
DIA MOX DS!
Extra flue inducements In
t>:amoods for the Holiday
trade. Intending purchasers
will find it to their advantage
to call and inspect my stock of
hiam;*nd«. Watches, t'locksand
Jewelry bef.»re buying. l>la
moads of the first water, guar
anteed
DIAMONDS!
WM. H. FINCK,
I 103 Commercial St
NOTICE
N'OtICK 1* HKKIBY 6fYXX PY THK
nt»*Wrmigi»ed. ts inf ««ne »»f ihe tsrstui
aaairti a» trustee tu ti.e articles of tsenr
Seattle a v<>rtbem Kail
r>a.l t .'Wia.-n • * iu
- a** of the Terr?t »ry of
w*.htnct a. tt» (kdntipsl piace of
ussaes* ai ■» attic K iik «*i«antT.
t»'ii Ternt««rv, hat a flr*t me**tine of the j
tru«t<s nam«d tn said articiea of incor
p**TSt!.»o «i ! te hr ;•! •:i tht 2ki
d«* • * l>' ember. \ I» lsss tiir ht'U'
'*< !•.» v. -k r B' of th*t dav •* thr
• w offict ,<! ssrux. Hal res A M M .ken
ia the cits of rsrattfcr. k.nt o>«u ) Ha»h
Trmt.ifv and a i<e?»on» «»amed in
the article* %>t of said reaa
i>any are rw|U«ate«) to attend at the (<nr
at; i j im*~* ai»)«viutril for <atid aMa-f a*
af'vreaaid <>-r the purnoae of ••nrai: , i:ng
•a t .vrpo at a . TttOcv J Mil Mft.
Dec. I,
SEATTLE POST -INTELLIGENCER. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 19. 1-v**.
CAUTION
Beware of fnw J. umj name and the
price are stamped o» the bottom of all mj
advertised tbnf before iearlmt the [artory,
which prut-ft the wearer* an;a»t Mali
price* an.l inferior good*. If a dealer offer*
W. L. DOCGLA# shoes at a redaced pnee,
oriaii he tf tb«n without aj name and
price staaiprd on the bottom, pat bin
dews a* a fraud-
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE OENlumix.
The only call S3 SEAMLESS MM*,
smooth inside. SO TAC'Ki? or AX
THKKAI) to hurt the feet, easy as baud
tewed and WILL NOT RIP. _ ,
W. L. DOUGLAS • * sHOE, the original
and only hand-sewed welt $4 shoe. Equate
caMoiß-made shoes costing from $6 to 19.
W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SO POLICE SHOE.
Railroad Men and Letter Carrier* all wear
them. Smooth inside as a Hand-riewed
.-hoe. No Tacks or Wax Thread to hurt the
' feet
W. L. DOCOLAB »3.5« SHOE is unex
celled for heavy wear. Best Calf Shoe lor
the price. DOCGIjiS # .j 25 WORKISG
MAN iJ SHOE is the best In the world for
lo'igb wear; one pair ought to wear a man
a year.
W. I. DOUGLAS B*-' SHOE FOR BOYS
is the best School Shoe in the world.
All made in Congress. Button and Lace.
If not sold by your dealer, write W. L.
DOUGLAS, BROCKTON, MASS
TKKL\ A: lill3WM>. Agcnknaw
Fred E. Sander
DEALER IS
REAL ESTATE
AND
LQUL SEIIRITIES.
OFFICE,
Corner Mill and Commercial a la.
O. C. SHOREY * CO.,
1 > I>MS F AKKKS,
Foot of Columbia St.* Seattle*
SITED STATES OF AMERICA, TER
y ritory of Washington, Third Judicial
District, .ss.
In the district court holding terms at Se
attle.
No. f*V»9—The United States of America,
vs. the Steamboat "J. B. Lfbby," her en
gines, boilers, tackle.apnarel and furniture.
Whereas a libel of information has been
filed in the above entitled court on the 28th
day of November, A. D., 18H*, by William
II White. Ehu.. United .states attorney for
\\ ash i net on Territory 011 behalf of the said
Cuitcd Statea against the steamboat J. B.
Libby and her engines, boiler*, tackle, ap
parel and furniture, alleging in substance
a* follows, viz:
That on. to wit: divers days and times
between the first (Ist) day of April, A. I).,
Ism», and the tweuty-aeventh (27th.) day of
April, A. I> , l s >*. at the Third Judicial Dis
trict of Washington Territory and within
the Jurisdiction of this court, the said
steamboat "J. B. Libby" »*-ing then
and there owned in whole, or in part, bv a
citizen, or citizens of the said Cuited Mates,
to the •'aid attorney unknown, and being
then and there a steamboat of more than
one hundred (100) toua burden to wit: of
the burden of one hundred and two and
twenty-five hundredths (102 - 100) tons net.
And being then and there required by law,
and by her certificate of inspection, to
< arry and have ou board a full complement
id liVeused officers and full crew, consist
hit? of one master and pilot, one mate, one
engineer and two crew, was then and there
used and employed in the transportation
«»f passengers, and did carry passengers on
h»- navo»at»le waters of the said United
States, to-w't: from I'ort Townsend in
Wa-hiuirtou Territory to Whatcom in Wash
ington Territory, and from Whatcom in
Washington Territory t»» Tort Townsend in
Washington Territory, the said steamboat
not then and there carrying nor having on
board a full complement of officer* and
crew as required by law and by her said
certificate «>f inspection, to-wit not then
and there carrying nor ha> ing on board
H] 11|lITII duly bMHIi as master
and pilot or as master or as pilot. And
being then and then* in command of a i»er
*on who was then and there not duly
licensed to a<'t as master and pilot or as
master or as pilot, contrary to the statute
in such case made and provided and
against the peace and dignity of the said
I'nited State*.
lt> reason whereof, and by virtue of the
statute* of the said I'nited states, the
own«r or owner* of the said stcamfw»at, be
ing a v«-s*el profiled on whole or in part
bj iorfeitv«i and became liable to
pay to th«- said f'nited State# the sum of
the hundred dollars I >OO for the payment
of which «um the »aid steamboat has be
come liable to W seized an«l proceeded
Hk'aiu*t summarily by wav of libel, aud for
the recoverv of which. thin civil and mari
time cauM- Is now instituted.
That alt and singular the premise* afore
said are t u* and within the admiralty and
maritime jurisdiction of the I'nited State*
ami id this honorable court.
Aud praxnttf that the said i»tumU»»t
rnav }*♦ condemned and aold to |>ay the
penalties aforeaaid wi*h costs.
Now th« r» f.»re, in pursuance of the moni
tiou under the «eal of the aid court, to me
directed and d elivered, 1 do hereby (rive
public not:c* to all persons claiming the
said steamboat, herenauies. boiler*, tai kle,
etc .or in any mauaer interested therein,
tha? they in- and appear before the said
d.strict court on Thur-da>. the JOth day of
lv»emU r, \ 1» . at 11 oYUh kin the
forenoon «.f that day provided the t*ame
be a da\ of jurisdiction. otherufr-f on the
Best daj of jurisdiction thereafter) then
and there to interpoae th-ir claims and to
make their allegations in that behalf.
I'ated this l»t dav of December, I.HHS.
T J. 11 \MII.TMN,
rnited States Marshal for Washington Ter
ritory
H White. V < Att'T for Washington
Ter and Proctor for I.ibellant.
DR. SPINNEY
8c CO.'S
NATIONAL DISPENSARY.
319 Commercial street, corner
Jackson. Seuttle. W. T.
All fhronh of MKS and HOSIVN
«u<-*'vt»fu!!y treated.
LOHT M \NHOOl), S\ rvoi»* ami !'hy<afa
l>ct n
>rwrrit%-rrh<>ea. ImiM»t«n> •
• "'north-*» 'ikft. >vvh»lia, Preraatur* I e
'•hn**, W«a*m*w in WOAM, and all Fur.«-
ti«»i»a'- IV raiment* that result froro youth,
fu f.« : ex*. «*» in aftt-r y< ar*.
iIIINIRY Kidney. am! H adder troabUa.
Weak Hark -*ouorrhrra, Git*t,
»'ry*t;t » VaricrHvU*. stneture, »*ti , promt t
> and naft'ly • ured No nauM»ou* mcdirlT «
ctven. :»<>r itrorjt n<n-l. whn b
aa»«- atr.otare t*har*:«'-« *>a*onal-.e.
NERVOUS 1 i Vtcor.s-mir ai
" n,lU3 b-« S.aht Emimlon*. I*-
tpotidenry etc.. etc., cured
YOUNG MES *-« '*•» the «
(km, uotld avail thrmaeleeaof our treat
•Jrut. li.« tfr»*at< »t boon ecer la d at use a -
tar of »urf»*nn« hi:? anity WJII raaran<« e
* t:>e rune m erer* < am
liddle-iged Mes r':' v , r, / r T"" Ttr " ,h " d
n with too ftvuaent erac
aatiot;* the tuadter. *« <-ompanieO by a
luartins or burning te: <*auou on examin
ation tht ann« . poato a x-dimmt a, d
aimetinu-* aibameu t# preaml The rotor
*an«t fn>m a >r reddish to eren a
milky ha. th«- j*«? at ciprr.vicci a erak
fun,* of the ty*u-m in * manner be cannot
account for rh;s the M-roud «tar* of
semiaa'. neakneai Many die of this lift
uity. ijrnorant <>f - raaae. A perfect can
and healthy nstoration guarantee*!
Otfke Hnnr» ? a n. *o -p. m * to * p
a. suadayt tto U.
V H IVranua unable to eiait at may • e
treat*-' 1 at thr" h. «raby TOrreapotxleiH e.
Wedione* an«' are* be ma' o*
exwaea Cn' -iluv-m
Send lOrfortke Toaaf Man's Frit ad.
er Guide to Wadlock
GRAHAM ft DACLTOS,
LEADING DEALERS
1 IT
CARPETS,
Wall Paper,
Artist Materials and Picture Franes.
We hare just received a full line of Ckristmas Card*. Novelties,
etc.. that mu*t be *old before January 1 regardless
of price.
BOSTON" BLOCK.
L. P. Smith & Son
708 FROXT STREET.
FIXE ASSORTMENT OF
WATCHES, JEWELRY, DIAMONDS, ETC. ETC., ETC.,
FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
CALL AND SEE US. 708 FRONT STREET*
Always Ahead.
W. R GALLAGHER,
Snccetsor to Alfred Snvder,
The onlv agent for the celebrated W. F. liett Creamery Butter, which has no equa.'.
Also the California Quito Oil, the only pure salad oil that is sold.
Besides my large stock of staples, I have a large and varied assortment of fancy
groceries, and sell at bedrock for cash, and will not be undersold.
Before pnrchaiing elsewhere give me a call and send for price list. Small profits
and quick sales.
W. B. GALLAGHER.
Grocer and Seed Merchant. 70S Front street. Seattle, W. T.
SCHWABACHER BROS. CO.,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in
GROCERIES, HARDWARE, IRON AND STEEL,
BUILDING MATERIAL, MINING and BLACK
SMITHS' TOOLS, FARMING IM
PLEMENTS, ETC., ETC.
our Prices with either San Trancisco or Portland. Printed Price
Lists mailed on application.
SCHWABACHER BROS. A CO. (INCORPD.)
> /TI 111 C mrr XUC 1 For the first time in the history of the trade
SOthe pe<'pb> <>f the Parific Slope ran buy their
ii T euno shoes at the same price* at which they are
Y+ *" ijQv f O Oil UJL retailed in the East.
I * c «&\ JP UNrxrnirn IM Buch ha * r *** n the recent progress In our
\H » branch of industry that we ar»-n->w able to
■ \#VSTYLE UNEOUALLEO amrm fhal fhc Jtunea Means'*l Shoe is in
Ml Vn. tti riima dii iTvr every respect equal to the shoe* which only
U U NAD ILI I T ® f«*w years ago were retailed at eight or ten
/ lAiiTA VK ->• AND dollars. If you will try on a pair you will
£HJf\PntS A**. -«. V. 1.-~... '** conrlnced that we do not exaggerate.
° urs ar«* 'be original s:>, and $4 Shoes, and
I nr pit those who imitate our system of Inline**
1 ill Hi i rII' • are unable to conij>ete wiiii us In iiuality of
V W./\MI p a "M '"5% factory products. In our lines we are the
%. » 1 i *C O j F.>a|. A r H *A lur K'' st manufacturers in the Unit»-«l states.
w wHUI*; >hoew Iroiii our relebrHled faetarjr
•old by wide-nwnke retailers
all parts of the country. We will
place them easily within TOUT reach in any State or Territory if you will tnrest one cent in a
portal cm aad write y
JAMES MEANS & CO., SHOE
41 Lincoln >l., Bostcn* 31ns*. CANNOT PAIL M* 1
i. H. REN6STORFF, SATIS
Cot. FRONT and JAMES SIS..J
SOLE agent FOB |g-?A. $4 SH^y
SEATTLE.
Z. C. MILE ©,
Surauor to W.ddfH t Kiln . Wh.leule >ad UrUU Dfikr la
RANGES, IM. PARLOR AMI BOX STOVES.
Order* from the country solicited and satisfaction guaranteed.
Git« ua » cull ttnii lm>k thmugh oar iinmenat* atock.
Mill street. Seattle, ff. T.
McNATT Ac CLIXrAN,
311 Commercial St., Seattle, W. T.,
Wholesale Liquors and Cigars.
Kentucky Sour Mash. Fire Copper and Bye Whiskies, Brandies.
Wines. Bums and Gins Imported Liquors. Cordials, Bar
Syrups and Case Goods.
COMPLETE CIGAR XJEPA-RTMEaSTT.
Examination of »Uxk and prices, and correspondence invited.
ALBERT HANSEN,
MLtLU IS
Watches, Diamonds and Jewelry
e>
• MKfiit* for thf c*>l«br»t«d
STEINWAY PIANOS,
And otK«r Kir*t-olwNi Mhk(*ci of FUnoa >vnU <)rgnn»
YESLER BLOCK. FRONT STREET. <Uw
Oolltett <Sc MoCallum,
Successors to Peterson Brt>»., Imjiorters and Dealers in
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Orders by Solicited.
814 FRONT STREET. " P. O. BOX 114.
FTT^ITTJBB
OF THIS lIENT QUALITY
Toi can buy tbf mw>t of, for t&« irtit noiey, at
O. W. Lynch & Co's,
117 Commercial Street, Seattle,
———
THOMAS OOWEN
Consulting Mechanical Engineer and Surveyor.
paw AVD specifications* utiam EXGixn. boiler** am
I all k:.<ta of meefcaairmi Krartam WorS nprriDieixled when aoder r-»anructioi.
*t«wi raflat. ladirated and a!trra:i«l>> apoa tie »ie» of mnwai of fuel o>
m«i of (reater n>wrr UMaMt. sap. a.4 aJ! kiMb of mai-kiDenr hooch'
and •old oa naaintn WhH<rr l»rr"'n* into d«« eaterpnae. or aluratina.
..uld flad it t. their interest to roasalt will) htm before «aterln« a [on It. kancr
i A. Batter's l*ek. «.attle Iriau
COME ON!
TAKE HOLD!
Secure Yourself a Home in
the Future Oakland,
Vest Seattle!
—THE
Southern
Pacific
Addition
TO
West Seattle
Has just been platted and
lots are placed on the
market at the remarkable
low figures of
sioo,
$125,
Sl5O
AND
S2OO
EACH.
These lots are perfectly
I
level and only two blocks
from the water's edge, and
face Seattle, commanding an
unobstructed view of the
Queen City and entire bay.
Two corps of engineers
are in the field now survey
ing for the Seattle and South
ern Road.
Persons desiring to in
spect will be given free
steamboat transportation.
V.Hugo Smith,
Basement Occidental Hotel.
rwr
FOR THE HOLIDAYS!
In purchasing Holiday t.-.fts the Sr«t consideration 15 what to purchase
the next where to procure it at the lowest price. Naturally the public ,1
of the vear are attracted by any extensive iii-play t ,f Holiday
and generally lo* >ieht of the fa. t that the greater ihe >issplav the Ljther Um
price.
CRAMPED FOR SPACE.
At the present moment we have thousand? of useful ami substantial Hoiki*
Gift* from a 5-oent handkerchief to a London-Dyed Sealrtte Cloak, but mt!w
tunately through lack of store room we cannot display them.
WHAT THIS IS ODR REMEDY?
Being unable to make an appropriate display we recognize the arter.cyaf
some counter-attraction, ami our remedv i« jti-t thi«. \V> hm » ca'efak
sele. ted and as serviceable an a-»ortment of Holidav <i;ft- as any Home«
our line, and we propo-e to offer them at LOWER PRI< than anv ho>uw ia
the Northwest. We invite the public to test the accuracy of that s>«ertioo b»
a comparison our price-.
Mail Orders Carefully Executed, -ample- ,-ent Free on Application.
DOHENY & MARUM,
CornerColumhla and Front Htreet*. Seattle, w.T
sir *
FURNITURE!
If you are going to buy furniture it will be te
your interest to examine our stock and get our price*,
for we have the largest stock and the lowest price*,
"the same quality of goods considered," of any furni
ture house in the city.
We have and are constantly receiving an in.
mense stock of
BEDROOM SUITS, |
PARLOR SUITS,
SIDEBOARDS,
IIALL RACKS,
BOOK CASES,
EXTENSION TABLES,
OFFICE DESKS,
FOLDING BEDS,
And everything that is to be found in a first-cla*
Furniture Stirre.
0. W. LYNCH & CO.,
*
117 Commercial Street.
THE ISTEW FIRM
OIF
SIM ISO X BROS.
Arc
BOOTS AND SHOES
Cheaper than they have ever been sold
before in Seattle.
Remember the Place. liO? Front Street
SI.Nil won I il>s.
CHILDREN.
v; .#■ i .. ...J ' ': >•» | f a sIWH ••• 1 1 ■:< <V
v.m • r rt . r .-»• •M r» !•: wnrttf*-*. '
t WJls Wonu
ii. A. AtOftt, M D | St *o.
uxt<»rdSi., brcufcirrt .> V I »u.wni mpfh .<
lft* i £\tALC ( uM. 491 t ÜBOO *
Balfour, Guthrie & Co.,
SHIPPING AND GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE BUILDING,
tacoma, w. t.
Importers of English Steel Rails, Pig Iron, Fire
Bricks, Fire Clay, Coke, Cement, Fine and
Cemmon Salt, Tin and Temeplates, Sal
Soda, Caustic Soda, etc., etc.
Advances made on shipments of Lumber, Wheat,
Flour and approved merchandise and produce, to the
consignment of their Houses in Liverpool, and Val*
paraiso and correspondents in Australia.
Balfour, Cuthrle A Co., San Francisco, California.
Balfour, Cuthrle A Co., Portland, Oregon.
Balfour, Williamson A Co. Liverpool, England.
Williamson, Balfour A Co., Valparaiso, Chill.

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