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row. rr« «• *or. ■T una cms. ~~L A mother's last good-bye. A dear frtend's parti" aigh. A ndM|c from oo ■•rortvt'm*-aot It A Wt« whieb Owl hath Ue«. A aisidoo't (l«ar! eowfeat, A saldier"! last r*>jweet, ■forget-me-not. IIL A pairlo>« lore of fame. A ww*'. fami.!ar acraia. A p«et'« lest refrain - 'Forget me-n<* " IV. A wish all hearts "jolaln. A velca front o'er the aiala A a echo bock a»ai» - '•fwjttaew*. WAHHfUOTOS. fy.lfsx* aole smallpox patient ha* entirely recovered. The new dadr paper of Tron*a. tbe llrpvhlirnn, will appear about the 10th of Petimary, The outfit for the newspaper to be gatahlUbed at Lyman, -kagJt county, was lost with the t*a«uer Nook sack in the river of that name. Huirl, White claim" to hare found a »em of anthracite coal at the head of tbe I'uyallup river, which ia a« good m* any of the Kastern anthracite Tnr/ntu i Sru-t An unidentified corpse was found floating in the harbor at Tacoma Wednesday. There were no mark* upon the body and it w»< in a good state of preservation. The Campbell river Indian reserva tion ia now a place of activity. The Indians are patting up new bouses in almost every part of it, and a new rhur h is also being con-tructed, all of wbicb would seem to indicate that they intend to bold most of the land there The Oneida Community of New York will next -tason build a '-anal 80 mile* long in the Yakima and Col umbia valleys,for irrigation purpo-e*. The president of the company. Neil Campbell, and the attorney, Frank A. Dudley, of Niagara, K. V . have l>een here and made ibe arrangement and a large colony will be settle i i'niimn former. Mr 'Arno iKity, who bought the Kit tie* ram b on Cottonwool i-land, and ail the impr >venie-.t- this tprmg for S'JOfli. ha* j'l-t sold the bare -o'lth 100 acres for StUOO. Hi* place i» only tore mile s from .Ship Harbor, and he can hear the railroad builders Ma ting out the road bed a plainly a- the boon, of Belhrigharn bay csn e beard all i>ver faspet sound. A may can buy Hand anywhere and make money these days 4.— . WhaJtv»i flneilit. It may be a case of soar grape*, but w bare been thinking tln« week what a lot of blank fools some of us farmers sre*c to take up agri< iltural land a few year* ago. Fellows *ho took Bp rock piles around the lake three or four miles from the bay have been ca-hing them for from $-V» to $ per acre this week, while we bare l*en plodding along in legitimate budne*> trying to rai-c money enough to pay taxes and espen-c- on our Nook-ark ranch*. Verily farming don't pay as well a» genius. W'halrom HeteiUe. N• w fftrsmrr for tlia f hehalls. Menn-saao Vldette. The Oray's Harbor Mill Co. are pre paring a vard near their Co-mopolis mill for the purpo-eof constructing a •tern-wheel steamer to ply on the Chehalia, and to carry passengers and freight, and to do the t«iwing business of the company. As soon as the mill •tart* up the timber for the new ateamerwill begotten out, and work will Iwgiii «s toon a* practicable. The steamer will l>e of large dimen-ions, being I<*i feet long. Zi feet wide, with a hold li f*et in depth The engine* will tie 1- iM The 'toilers will 1* at least a half larger than usual, that *:lah wood may be u-i-d in "Wad of curd wood. About IW> pounds of sw-am • ill lie tbe average • arried in running the steamer, It i« the purpose of the company to tit up tbe ateamer with a special view to the comfort and con venience of passengers. It i» the in tention to put a number of staterooms in and give the traveling public the advantages enjoyed on large steamers. I'ythlan I nlfurm K.rik f il.tlttited. I'tißT TowsarMi, Dee. 27. I nut. ilia iiun eMrciiMw of the I'niformed Itank ul the Ktiitrbt.l of Pythias were held her* tonicbt. A party of member* o( ."v iittlc lJivi-ion No. x, rinformed Rank Knight* of Pythias came down on the tug Hra Lion, con'i tinir of In stituting Officer llarrv l%elow, Col. J. •' lloine*, W K LeilgerWood, H. V Jones. I!. M. .Shaw, A. f. How man, J. F. T. Mitchell, John Cort, Frank nancy, Val. Hall. T fi. Car penter. H. f.' J. It. Smith, rete Hums, Geo Hoyd. M 11 tiun deraon, A MoAuley ani Mr Irish After the I'Umik- s a iirr>s drill wu* held at the o|«ra ho ise and a banquet at Kelmonico's. Flowing hi Poomtov Washlngtonian From the Aipowai ridge near the mountain*, one re- at ibe present time n -ight th.it » ■ tid n k»- ti>*- eye-* of a l)akota mail' bug out" with ur pri.*r (yoking far out over the co in ly in almost ant diraetkm, one «an apt raat Wi oi blicltitd earth freshly turned by the plow Take a field tflas* an i here, tb» re and every where yo i -c# 1 pj «*- % .itijr *irifir and fan/i of two aid threa | . «• nine team- were -cen in a row in <«ne field Hack in Kit; - they are "(rose up lifMaci jug, fcKiinf their oftdl cow* and around th«> traw fire* spet-ulatinp- when the neit Mb aard i* coming ami e-itimati 14 whether their c.»al bin* and *tra* ">ta»k- will hold out. Murh Mineral and Few Indian*. C itvtU* Htaer Thi rich mineral nd it:on*. both In tftiart/ and plw tr. found on the Col v Is i . 1 aamttkm • t the river from Ifarcu*. are atrongly *Ugg*fttlv* of 111 I lo th % •, • | 1 ■ • |] cr- o' th»- tn»rt(» * t ! in- j » • • r Idle t uk. There i« tt»«» much niineia) and t *» few In tian*on the re « rvation to despair of reaping a great public bent lit I'T it* immediate admittance to the i> fium tin and the follow ing ricn discoveries by prospector*. Uarrinhrr I'rhij fetlt»*aoiW*. Montr wort V sdette, IV 14 Pansse* are in hi<>om ft of door*. a rowl> •. h m Nfr («m>deU * v ar\l i* aH bud «si ready t«> hioom. tod now Mr. Mo«x4iy > :m*« forwar<: with a Ire torn hof luvious ert'e* j«i» kini a few day* a*:** Ml t ;« in t!tc mi idle of IV* ember, while 1. -now <dorn;.« and MixaanU of the l a-Urn Hate* keep the pct>pif» of the !' .tcrti 't*te«i busy inventing methoti-* to previ-nt freer :t\£ to death C»uirortablt» lit •» I*l rt*»lretea. I\»rt T »«« n»« r,«t The middle of ltecemt>er' \nd « r worki' emen ino t dtn r work with their ccat «' 1 Trinket* Heat4»red to a ( *(Gn I a Sp« - a Thursday t?ie Prince of \Val<" went Ihroucti * f««eti-»n w u h mu«t h. ve rooeet! him eraMr. and of wb h tuith. i* hn* hereto'ore l-een ma it p : lie. Seventy yeara ago. when the cof fin » ' the unln x y 1 npeniM, the tr.nk-et« 1 h had twen buried « tli him. lo.miati,r<»> of hi** famih nr.»l » » on w r<> xtolen an<i!kep) they ■ a:ne mtoihe of hn royal hi<tli»c*a, an i * n Th r\- day he ha»i the ontTtn of h unfortu nate pre*le e »«ir p .lievl cjvn once norr, and in the pre ev<■« IV.m Uarui-on, o; \\ . l»or on \. he placetl tvH>r Qkanaa 1 yupaili bach MaoM ni< hone*. nrtyr,i otrer t »* alu»Je. and »>ut the coffin aw ie sirain 1. .ckih or the Prince of Walea he i- the mo-t popular man in F."jrland atvunr ail with the evoept n perhai - of Mr !>ravi o oth* «* -c in troublo'i« t!i;:n he tn *:hs mn !H»mv ilanjper of ab*nn* the :atr o: the tuan wh property he ha* restored LOUIS XIV. YASE With Ebony Engraved Pedestal Price, - SoOO. oaly «oe r«e ef this 4eeerl|Kion ml•( Chieaea. *»w oa exbiia hifcea la nrshow wlvlew, with aa elegant UHitaeU of Cat Glaaa. Eoyal irgrnttr, Boyai Draadea, Gobelin u4 many other flae brssdi of pottery. An eadlesa variety ®< 8»e China, Poreelala aa<l Glassware Heliday wU of erery deacrfptta®. Placet stock of Groeerlaa at wbeleaale end retail In the city. IT. OlrLlloerg <& Son, Incorporated-^ 713 and 71S FROXT BT. L. P. Smith & Son rOH FRONT HTREET. nm ittotTMiiT or WATCHES, JEIELRY, DIAIOMS, ITC. ETC., ETC., FOR THE HOLIDAYS. CALL AND SEE US. 70S FRONT STREET- PUMPHREY & HANFORD, SHIPPING General Commission Merchants HIT GEAIH AND POTATOES FOB BALE IS LOTS TO BITIT TWO CAES EASTEEN WASHINGTON POTATOES FOE SALE TO AEEITE. HOPH A. HPECIALTY. H REAR OF ©FFI<% CO9MERCUL STREET. Always Ahead. W. R. GALLAGHER, Successor to Alfred Snyder. The only azent for the cele'.rated W F. I sett Creamery Butter, which baa no equal. A iso the California Quito Oil, the only pare salad oil that is seid. Besides my large stock of staples, I have a large and varied attornment of fancy groceries, and sell at bedrock for cash, and will not be undersold. Before purrhaalng elaewhere give me a call and send for price list Small profit* and quick sales. W. B. GALLAGHER. Orecer and Heed Merchant. 706 Front street, Seattle, W. T. Cascade Fire & Marine Insurance Co., HEATTLE, W. T. CAPITAL, $200,000. A Mackintosh. President J. A.Gould, Secretary. W. K. Ballard, Vice-President. W. I. Gaasam. Treasurer. (>. K. HILIiHII A CO., - - City Aleuts, 118 Mill Street. Occidental Block. WM, H. HUGHES Printing Company, SEATTLE, W. T. All kloda of bonk and Jab work I COLCMKIA ATKKET, a apeelaltjr. I Opposite Engine House No. 1. IST. ARMSTRONG & CO., Livery Hack and Sale Stable; Managers of Seattle Transfer Company. Klrat-clua Turnout*. Order* filled at aaiy hour day or night* Telephone 41. Offlcx- corner Main and Second streets. l 7 k. gl smith, IJll-ORTER AXD JOBKEK OF GlKifi tod Tobaccos, Irerscbiun Goods, Pipes, Cutlery, Stationery, etc. Mill street, Yealer-I.eary Itulldtag, Seattle, W. am- «le for the Flor de Madrid Key Writ Cigar*. NOT FOR SALE. | TI!K • •> ART, OT'K A .KNTY BPFINKSH WAS NEVER MO Kit ' " «ar »fa- • ' It baa ennarantiy kept part with tb« growth and pro«p»erity of Seattle. and the ineapee-t* for the fatuie were never brlahter. We represent cleren insurance • •»* 1 a » an-." «t whu may foaod the 01-h-at and U-at In the world. We confine "irw'v.atoa inr timate lo« irau»ce baameM eaclafltvely, fivinf that alone our atrict t»r% a art.:.r w» av ->< entljr added to our ll»t th* Loudon A durance with 1 •at *al of fl ..OOO.OOa TMa ,§ the oldest iwvaiwe company 'u the world. Par' *.- - t n:: r.% tumiranee,either Fire, Marine, Life or Accident, will find it te their a ltafa*' o » all oa »: at our »«® in thw Poann bmlldlm. Front street. Next! .JAMES A. CAREY & CO. I MOHA iN BROS. Iron Founders and Machinists, AND DEALERS IS Mill and s >«m boat aappliea, Iron, Braaa and Copper Pipe an J Fittings; -!. am an*l Wat»*r Braaa Ooods. Mai nine Bolts; Top Set and La* Screws: and Hand Pump* l!< Pa< kim and Wajsw. Cylinder and other Lubricating Oils: Steam beating for public and private building*. We have the moat complete pipe cutting and threading machinery north of San FT*. •'v «. land and marine engine*, and all kinds of machinery bailt aud r*~ pa.re«l W. •>*%••• on hand and for aale low, se«-«»ud-hand engines and boiler*. f.Wr~ ' strvH»t corner Railroad avenue. Po*<tofflce box FTJi^nsriTTJi^E OF TUK I*EHT qr.VLITV Ton can buy the moat of. for the least money, at C>. W. I & Co's, 117 Commercial Street. Seattle. >C. C. MI L BZ B, "*a,vasasr to A Vtles . W lialaaak aad Ketail Dealer ha HIMihS, I DOS. P IRLOR i\o BOX STtlltS. Orderi fr»ia the cwaatrr w.tci«sl an 3 •au.fartica mar*nte*d. WiTe >»« ,» e.tll a»il l«*>k throngh o»r imineuee atock. Mill street. Seattle. W. T. LEVY BROTHERS, iarnim:s.x »>n mulkxm h IMPORTED, KEY WEST AND DOMESTIC CIGAES, TOBAOCOa. PIPES. CUTLERY, Ka iaU tke .*u»; ira.'iort art;#!* We i«Titr the pahSr *nd the trade in (teneim; u< na.i aad .xamiae .toch aaJ 113 Commercial atreet. Heat tie, w. T. SEATTLE POST - INTELLIGENCER. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 28. ISB6. HARRY WHITE. JAMES A PANTING. LAURON INGELS. THE MARCH OF PROGRESS SANDERS' ADDITION. Located directly opposite the business portion of Seattle, and where Commercial street will penetrate. Adjoining the White & Manning, Southern Pacific, Faegres, and South Haven additions. A quarter of a mile of the water front has been platted into lots, and will be sold to the first comers. This is a grand opportunity to secure Water Front Property at low prices and easy terms The rear portion of this addi tion is admirably adapted for residence property, commanding a fine view of the city and harbor, Mt. Rainier, the Cascade and Olympic ranges of mountains. $75. 1100. $l5O. S2OO. 1400. We might mention a few of the many improvements that will be"made in the vicinity of this property: - THE HALL SHIPYARD! Of which some of our wealthy citizens and Chicago and San Francisco capitalists are the promoters, will be established on the property adjoining the west line of this addition, in close proximity to the Seattle Southern Car Shops and Round Houses, in the direct line of the electric motor from the city of West Seattle, giving direct and rapid communication to Seattle proper, in dependent of steamboats and ferry lines. This property will be sold cheaper, considering location, than anything now offer ing on the market. Don't miss the opportunity to secure one or more of these lots. Regarding developments in this section of the city. Free Steamboat Transportation White & Co., SWF XDE-AJR.aOPI3Sr BLOCK, Corner Commercial and Jackson Streets. West Seattle! SCALE OUT PRICES: Terms— One-half cash, one-fourth in six months, and one-fourth in a year. Adjoining this property on the south water,line. A GIGANTIC SMELTER PLANT, IT WILL PAY YOU TO INVESTIGATE —333" IT BEATS THEM ALL. to and from the property. FOR THE HOLIDAYSI In pnrrhaainc Holiday Gift* the fim consideration n what to the next where to procure it at the lowe-t price. V lt ;r4i | T r*.** «ea«on of the Year are attract*! by any ei!en«irtp! aT „« m i generally »ose sight of the fact that the jrreater the (lisplaT the price. m CRAMPED FOR SPACE. At the present moment we hav hon«an.is of useful and n » Gifts from a Vcent handkerchief lu a Irf>ndon-Dved Seaiette Cloak tunately through lack of store room we cannot dlspliT them Wlw- WHAT THIS IS ODE RIMIDY* Beinjr enable to make an appropriate di-pUr we rei-oenige th« - r ,., some connter-attraction and our remedy is jt;-t tbi- we "JT«( selected and a« serviceable an a*«ortment of Holiday Gifts as urH * oar line, and we propose lo offer them at LOWER PRICKS than the Northwest. We inrit? the public t.i le-t the ic.un.-T of tint ainiL** a comparison our prices -"='<«*% Mail Orders Carefully Executed, .-ample* Sent Free on Apfihatfc*. EOHENY & MARUM, CornerColumhla and Frnnt Ntreeta. Meattla w • ivp • W «T. Holiday Announcement. Men's K uraishers. F, f. YOUNG d CO,, 816 Front Street. We have received a Magnificent Stock of everything in our line Especially Adapted for useful Holiday Presents. " SPECIAL." STANDARD FURNITURE CO. Occidental Huildinsr, Cor. Second and Mill st*. We invite the ladie- of Seattle. and the public t>< tall at <w mamraoth 'ale«room and :u«|>eet the larp-st and he»t Mlecttd >tnck «( fni*. ture and uphol-tered poods in the territory. Our tha l*r >niu. parlor mi dining room furniture in walnut, inahopanv. oak and cherry. are of the very latest designs. We make a specialty of h:Khly-po'.Uhel chain and and carry a full line of art goods, cabinet*, muaic »tanu*. ea-el", and roasy odd pieces rpeciallv suited for the holidays. Respectfully. f SCHOENFELD 4 HEYMAN. IWF ARE YOU TIRED OF LIVING? IF SOT THROW A WAV THOSE U'.HTRIOLED SHOES THAT LEAK AM) MAKE TOHR FEET DAMP THIS WEATHER. IJIY A'LTIE THOSE UNHEALTHY RUBBERS AND GO TO YOUR SHOE DEALER FUR ( AUN, NHKELSBURU <K CO."® CELEBRATED CftHH- tf\tf(EhZß\JßQ \CO •'VfO EVERY PAIR OUAKANTIED THESE SHOES ARE MADE WITH HEAVY CREEDMORE BOTTOMS AND THE Fi.N'EST FRENCH < AI.F UPPERS. AND DOUBLE Ff-TFNED. i.OTH SEWED AND SCBIWFIV J.Hi »\I.E BY vVI. DKAUSRC I* PRATTLE AND EVERYWHERE. MANUFACTURED BT CAHN, NICKELSBURG & CO., FBAN-CXSCO. FRANK AHO>NC», Salesman, sa> Booms 67-63. Teller Black, Seattle. [MANUFACTURERS OF THE CELEBRATED FORIMI KING LOOCnW SHO*i THE 3STHJW FIRM OY SIMISON BROS. Ar<> Selling BOOTS AND SHOES Cheaper than they have ever been sold before in Seattle. Remember the Place. 80*7 Front Street SIM I s() N 131IOS. The Greatest Variety Lowest I Vicefc LEVY'S SEATTLE BAZAAR 12 10, till* Commercial Hireet. SILK PLXJSH ALBUMS, With Silver Ornaments, $1.20.