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The Seattle post-intelligencer. [volume] (Seattle, Wash. Terr. [Wash.]) 1888-1914, January 12, 1889, Image 4

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MARKETS MO SHIPPING.
Hum*, J«n. 11.
Tb«» U an Mtln mnrtmnx to hnf ii
tfc« Eaaurn marke*. and pTtmp*C~» ar«
■mch brtgbf- f*KaJ are
anilow to parrhaae, and pr*«l b«ld1«»
■re aonxbt with interert. Th*
Market haa a tancb (Inner feel!**. Prlee«
of llrntMk bare foaa ap. owlnf to »car
city. Vaiae* of drtwed »«t »1B e "" 1
likely take another Kep bl»beT about the
litb inat poattry fro* «h< F-" 1
arrived In modeea:* ' ( oantity to-day Ur«
Offering* were «nai! and wel* limited M
2fc iwfo chicken* and one dor* a tark»yt
Mo (a»e at'p.nr*d and ®ab wer. a?.*ear.
with the «zeevtfcra of a few «ma!i o<-oeral
buninein wa> «r« d-
AeiTweather and mud UapaHewd itrewta.
MKIM AXD nsiD fir. zr.
CKlPTO—lrario* the U*t -« Uwsr, «.*
nercharidiw and prod-ire reeeipu a! th:»
port baT* i«*n a» follow' f*u*<ir >w»bi!
Sore road, 134 ton. rolamWa A
Booa-1 railroad. iton. Valtie. I.*ke -b«r*
h Ka.irm railway. WS tfr »" »t*»iapTe~
Editli. f. ton*. Mnnroe, tor* ' jara
Brown, i* ton, Fleetwood. 5j ton. Total re.
tii> la«f M b«nj
gOO<2* BMfCbAB'IIM htVH WijCpW
from Seattle to the mrr-iondlr.* rwwntry a»
foHowt: pajtet-*>and-,.ora road » '»»
Columbia and f'nfet -oand railroad. J
torn: Seattle. lake Shore audl fcaatem rai
way 137 toot. Fleetwood, *
ton* Manroa. # tout ' i* r * Irgftt.ttow:
fcdlth.ft ton*. Olide, ft ton». £U*a Aader
aor, 7f* ton* Augaa'a 'i ton Josephine,
gv. toot; Michigan. 1 ton Total *nipmentt,
Of REC EIPT - -Malt l<if> tack a,
feed 10 sacks, p#daf«ea J'* ««k(. aqaash 7
aac k* onlona 4 aacks, apple* *S wm neur
40* tacks batter :s» iut«»ii4 JO jtrf. I**>t
\H) hail 12 wk», bay *>o bale*
toterco « b«tta, WO tra/ k hoif»
ftO ke«. wr»<xi 3 < txload#. frri&k 1 carlaad,
\um\x* VEAL I, «*ATT]» '4.
TELKGItA I* HIC MARKET*.
PKW Yoas *T'» r * asncw.
Nkw Yqbk. Jan IL—Except for a
of moderate activity In tk« torincm the
ttock market to<tay wai aqttaJly a« 'lull
ati! ttßlatrrwrtlnc an that »1 y«*atertl»y.
Tlm- progr?*' nw< bt the rallr<>a4 preti
denU and »>anker« In their taak of pwclot
tliair pr<jpertle« on a dJvldfnd
bMif did not meet with any rmooM from
apernlaton on tha utreet, and the mark«-t
Mil) wait# for
deaMnf* n-iaain »imo»t parejy profe#*iou
al. The m»rk»-t
ttronff, at fraction* better than theow-nln*
flfiirei The entire aftlee 11 «t U nlnrh- r
this etenina. and SlunitoJi* rote IV and
Kork Iclaa'i *h4 Pullman each 1 per cent
Governmanta dull and firm
KXCHASOK ASh MCCBITII*
New YORK, Jan. IJ.—Money on rail, ea«y
at Prime mereastlle mmt. . r »' /«t7.
Hti.rlinK exfhanife, dull aoo firm. «)
day®, H 4V t ; demand, >4 HH :
BOVM.
4J« (reKWd) Wi » a
4> (coupon*; i'JR Pad Be fi» 119
414* (reflft !) I'#",
vrocca.
Am Expreai I(W' . Sorthwettern 107>i
Can Fa ille to N. Y. Ontra . l«r»
Can Hoathern. s'i Oraton Impr*v T.»
Central Paelflc.. &''' a Nav'uatioii * \
Burllnipt/m. W, TraniM'onU'a].. 4
Del. Al-acka 141*, Paelfle Mail. >' t
Den. A K. Urde Reading 4^'^
Kani. ATeia* H<»ck Inland
Lake Aon 104't Bt. Paul ft4'.
L. it Naahvllle :.7 Tt-xa* Pacific M ,
Mich. Central K7 l\ H. Kiprea« 74
Mo Pacific 74*„ Wall*fino Xx.WO
Nor Pacific . 21> 4 WaaternUumL
N. P. Preferred 6m
BAN PBAK< IM <) REVIEW.
Bah FBAMCIVCO, Jan. 11. —Wheal Eaaler
feeling in the market: l>idx not to firm at
yesterday; fl . it at
prire ohtaiaabic for »tandar<i shipping
grade* Option* Hii)er tl i*
leaver. IMe. 91 ga». h
Harley-Market verv dull; little «loiui{.
wrak . (jaotahie 77*
(»att-Th«« movement hat imnrere<!
aoiacwhat alnee th« latr redaction fn quo
tation!, but pri<-»»* remain nnrhaiiEed ar
rlvalt today. 7ft» ctl»i rholw feed. 9i VP t \
No. l,|i I 10. lower gradet, ♦jp
llopt No butSn» »a wf o«>naeqnence.
Potatoca- Market remaint itiadr. but ar
rival® are very lar**\ nearly 20,000
belriE added to the nupply today, an !
price* remain at prevkmtly qanted
Putter Market depr« taed; fant v,
g(»od to choice
Kgga-Katy; quotable l 3ff<s*4c.
Na charter* reported
NEW YORK WERCIIARDItE ViRKKTv
NEW TORE. Jan li • f offee -
Option* openo<l tteaJr. < iot<*d
ateady, 5 pofntt above yetterdav; trading,
dull «a)«-f. 2V.0U0 bag* Feb sl4, ■
March, in *<> May. (14 4.v«r, ii 1 -.
tfpot Rio, dnll. fair cargifet. 17c.
Kagar- l;aw. qalH. fair refining. 4 13-1 ft*
4jfcC.; centrifugal. 9». teat. b\<- ta<e«. «(*■
haftti Matcovado at 4%. Refined, dull.
Copper—Baaier lake. Jan 117 4"
Dull, %a tfi
Tin- Weaker but ni4»re active. -*traltt
171 70
Par silver—y/^e.
Petroleum o|«ened at . and after a
aUght advanc la «-arly trading l**«-ama |
dull and heavy, and price* dectlaad slowly
to K*"-c. A tlfaht luiproremeut we tlit n
recorded aud th< n.*?ket <: »ned h-U at
tale*. 148,000 Urr* If
Oticaoo rao&cca a A REST.
CHICAGO, Jan. 11.- *.. eat closed steadr
Cash.t*c Feb.. We; Mar I OJ
Corn steady cash, » m, Feb., 34
5-l*c May. 33 15 16r
Oat#Steady .ash. MV- Feb., r- 1
May, rv
Barley—: Nothing doing
rork Steady cash, 9 Feb. |i:; »
May, $ IS 70.
Uu-d—6te*dy cash, T 3u Feb |7 :
Ma,, r m>, J
cancioo uv» «**»
CHICIQO, Jai> 11 Cattte'Kerci|>U.<.«oo.
weak, closing tn<■ lower. rbulrc hi rsifa
iss>,. |I ~■!
an 1 feeder*, »j A>.» texaa can
V H& ■ 80
ll»K» EeftlpU. ls,#« >t<a4, ia;i. !
(Si l»«avv, », IV* i,, Ujhl
fhwj' k- elpl_». f;,000 stead v uat.vr,
U '<*« Western mini fed. 11 i• u :•>
UVECTIUI tiKllK MAIIKST.
Unaarooi, ,'«n ti.-Wtoat da'.; tie
Band trnor. holder* otter freely. ( aUforvia
Ko 1, .• *»MT* Kfcj |«er eema nc*l \aeuu-ru
winter, 7* lid per cental. * ora 4Jalet 4e
Band fair
SHIPPING NOT ICS.
The ttraaaer ».rar<- \* on the dry <1 n k for
r*Hilr* and her run la being o>rm'd lr ihr
\ lolct.
The ah(|> <A>UU \N «l*h wa» oat of
uort yesterday ereaiag ronto for san
Fraueliteo wtth a ranco of nua
The steamer Auron will c fi»r Taroma
Ihi* morntnc to lna«t Alaskan freight h.
will Mil north on Moii'la% i-iOfui .
The ateaiaera gainry «nd Fattnv i Hk<
hare bee« withdrawn from « train ear
r>in|f t»Wde owtai; to the dullueo in the
move meat of oat*
The *t*atn<-r Wilmlugtoa arrive 1 in uort
early vraierday mornitit from Nanumo
Khe MM lor % ' rt •.
the evening, with ton* K»aaiuio « t
and io u»n* menhati«l ». fr. i • w * jm:?
Hei i«a«aenger li*t »tu>wed cabin and :2
•teeragf
Raw fftaMSaco. Lan U kfilead Mi
A)as, too* J tv Itrown.
Itay; Kbirley, taeoma Port
liamblc.
Cleared t»h U chard 111. I'ort 1 • . : d
«tr t*aii« n n \ to"*
»h Wilna Naaaitno »h -
bktn J W i.riffitb, r,.rt Nad •* I k
Wood. Taroma
To*itaj'« t\ ralhrr, Khlq.
•awFaaat i*. \ Jau u l».t <* ~ « ?v-r
24 hoar* for Oregon and Wa<h!ngtou Te
riu»r» Bala • * -
and Eaaiera YS *»hlnn- t.% <4 rw. ath.
on nrn iM.HAm it w
A \entnre»ou«e Itolldiog Ihr Oya
ler'a Mfrrjr l.ife ISeal Katate.
Jan I -The I .«i
Caafield * ra»lfuad « '-tw - r «-.| a.-l
ha>m» uv ou th» W a- - »a'»- -*■- c.v iv*
a moat v*nturv»«>me
oat on the tide tla> that 'he oan> s v
have to build a railroad or ateamNjaa t«*
get to it.
Theoy»U 4 r* on < ?:r aa « : fr. ?j*
by Fttvel a»4 >i-vr»» ar*' «y»-i 1 to!«-
fat and "aa-** They \ :a» '• a id *-•»■
aeek among the piiea, druen by the . lam
pateh )amt«'r^
Bwroeae eeneraV.y i* n; .-t
l>ay. atnl buildtnf* a:e go.nt uj> ra»- Jly
A large namU rof ll«-unett A • »
jiarrhaM* aronad Itti2uv & i»am 5 a ha*
teen r*M*orde%l thia we*k. a: >• > t ««r. t:-.e
transfer of .<*> a«irt fr * a;: Hakar a'
|M|arac9* ■
Mr. J. J iKuuvrau. . t *-a.
Benuett railroad, ha* a- - in la
begiu work preliminary u< tut .au 1
the Fa rha> en bote wi .a » ..td j
the compatn
A rtrAL H IRMNti.
The Soelallat rr»|«a(unita Fnanariag
Anaerleau t atholit*.
Lo*lk>n, Jan U R t* c
poudent of the n « **>»
In a recent aiid;.:u« the ■ r
viaiung An I*man vr»'*;e»
to atrenuonaiy combat .alum, >»'
spreading amouc Irith ratfeou** a Araerl
fa If ni'**ari' taV--; y -\% . '*■ fa; t«
have efftvt, it ia pr*»i.»al a reacr n4
will be ten V I
SHOT HY HIS I \1 It Kli IN-LAW,
Mnrderof a Ularnaaia Dorior In a
Village Street.
Utlvkx* foiKT, Wi* .'an 11
Meyer, aged - vfu y U>>;ciaa v
W» rite, wa* vuvl a
flauUy hilled oatheatmwt thi>
by Phuip cir .thth, h<» la'lir» in '.a« *>n
December the doch » wife died from
the effoota of a pistol shot, which,
he claim*, waa fired by her own han<i»
CircuuittanUal eridence warraatcd the
*o'oaer'c ;wry is n-X in «
verdict of twieide, tmi the 4*e<l
was wot charged Ut aar jmmm.
The parent* arsd brother of Mra Mey<-i
stowffysaalatsJ?} that sbe 454 not coatmii
aoictde. and the fa*bef has kct endeavor
fag aincc to a warrac!
for the doctor's arret* bat
wlthovt avail, To4a/'s tragedy
ia tha owtcome of the affair Mm. Grtmtk.
the s»rocher In law. w»« aiao amiM. b<
havlag 'j!»arre»ed foagbt with ths
dortor a mioate* be/ore the kilitng.
NlMotri Marderea Skills.
Vrw Ff/mtwcg, Mo» # Jan IL—laaac
Mini, who had i*een *onse
month* for aa tfttMMHfl attempt
•to kit. hit dlt • v«d wife. es
caped ItettaUr 350. H' nsade
a a** attempt to gain efttran*** to hi *
wlfe't chjkmbex bwt tw prerented from
to doing uatil she eoold seewrr in
a nelghiw.* t hrmae Cirv MartkaJ
Drtoecdl proceeded to Willie he wat
•bot throwgls the heart Th«* ranrderer
»a«« foilowed by a po*ae cf ctti*c®a and
kilted.
ballaat \ Irtory by th» liritUh.
in ni -y J*n IL—The eviction of a ten
ant Mn«{ Dof?ofran at <~satSe Vetitry,
County Cork, to-day, waa attended with
de*p» > rat* rnlglßft, The baiiiCi were
•truck w,th ttonet sad other m;«ilea, bot
olilaaate l y proved stctorloaa
c:uyf>R%HKf> niii'ATCHit.
( oon, Croeker A »ti»r of C hicago,
hide* aad leather, have astigned Liahil
tiet. IKMK aawts, I'A.ftiO.
VICTORIA, Jan. IL—Tfee ttesmer Pmstor
wa* rel#-a*ed from quarantine «hta morn
ing after the pa***-?ss»rt aud crew had been
vaceinsted arid the v«r«ael fn mi gated
The Mexican Telegraph Co baa arranged
for the layiag of a new caMe metwm the
galf of <»ahSssU)n, the present one being
found inadequate to trantart vohuaa
of Mexican ar.4 < er.tfal American butia«-*«
sow being haadled.
Postmatter* appoiated Allen W. Thomp
ton. fklah.' al ; John B Heilman. Monte
Vitta, Col. Edward Mc-z-rlcy Houl<t»r
Valley, Mont cbarlaa Taylor,*»reat Pal>,
Moat.; Herman Kraa*e Hall**y, Maho
I>er.ii J. firannaa. Flatr*fafT. Ar "»JIA
Jame* « rowley and Will Madden, while
b.attingan an t-xcavatlng ditch on the
Miguel, i", rr : lte« from Montro«e. Col..
Tkondiy. accidentally exploded a giant
pewder cap, which act fire to and ex
ploded Ift stick* of giant powder. Both
wen were fnttantly killed.
PKRHOXAI..
Joeeph Pohei«,the well kntown mer
chant tailor of Saa Francisco, in at the Oc
d dental
Mra <»*-o li. < :ake. nee Jordan, recently
of r>akla:id. Cal., has been confined to her
room w its a tevere cold, bat la now eon
vaieaceat
Mr W It Moore, who ba« confined
to kla room for the |»aat three wreka
through Ulue**. Wat oat for the fir*! time
y«**.erday.
All Chronic, Xervout aa<l Special
IHaen*e« Hblllfully Treated.
I>r. K i# Johntoo, who recently tpent
eight month* in the prlnelpal hospital-** and
leading medical iattltatton* of New York
City lnteatiEattug the moat re<vnt diacav
•Jtes la maai ine and rurgery. haviag re
•urued j»r*< • in -'a' «
treat all classes of chroni:- maladies, neb
a- liver eom plaint, dy»pci>*ia, rheuma
tiatn. all affections of the kidney a., heart
and Inn#*, all akin and b'*e» 1 diaeate*, all
ailment* aritlng from a weakened oervow
Myatem, all rvetal dlaca»ea, all genitouri
nary di*estet, and all dlscatet peculiar to
women, accordiug to the latear and mott
lmpcoved meth«»dt. Consultation free,
rharge* moderate Office, rooms 50 and
»■*). new Hu«fk Mill «*tre*.-r.
WAJSTEI).
Wood chopper®, 11 fteorC
Servant jfirf*, fitO to S3O.
Railroad men. I.', & f'2 ■*).
Geom! a!w«jr« ou hmd.
FOK SALE
Cabin and furniture. ITjO.
Two-room houae, 13x17, free ground rent,
1100.
Kurnttnre complete In three-r«jumed
hou*e, $ 1 <O.
Furniture In fir*! and tecond-eiaaa lodg
ing hottwi, well located* 11200 an-J f jfiOOi
• Cheap lota in Weal Seattle, |IOO to I JW>.
R«ta»iraiit*. *:®» to fIQUU.
Fin# Improved bottom ranch, ttockand
tOOl§, fftOUO
FOR RENT
Haach. eifbt arm under eultivaiion,
•even mile® /mm Seattle, f.uu a year.
| Two hundred aud forty arre raaehea.
Kurn!®hed and unfurnished room* for
, iicbt hou»ek echini?
Ranch id M* acre®, vO aero® bottom land,
leered and ncded; &'Jacrea pa*tnre; with
farming Implements and Block: ISMS year.
G. W. CRANE.
W. T. Employment Bureau.
W aahlngtou tt. near CoMimerdaL
SEATTLE EMPLOYMENT
-ATO--
Heal Estate Agency
No. 217 South .Second tt,Seattle,W. T.
WE WANT TO-DAY.
girl* for light hoam-wnrk-
FOR RENT.
Conrcnleiitly located unfurnished room>
for house keeping.
Full *i*e«l lot on long lease, to anvone
fur I»a red t«» build and run a t*oarding
lamsr. No opposition, and lark'e htudiieas
a»xurr<l. Ucmml term* offered to the right
party.
FOR SALE.
acn>« good agricultural land at Farle
station. S. U 8 A F. Ry S3O an a re.
W acre* near lake a«»b!ugton from f l<a>
AND
acre* next to Kirkland Iron Works, for
ft NOO
ALSO
» ell appointed restaurant, et.tin ly new
outfit nothing flaer in the city, doing .1
firat-elaMi hatfne«s: -t) months' lease, rent.
M- A bargilD;sl,3Uo
J. t>. HOZOHTH,
Manager
TEAS! TEAS! TEAS!
Ktifllsh Breakfast Tea.
COBgon Ten
Souchong tea. ,
Kaf r. Tea,
Nlng Chow Tea 4
Ooufa Te« '
*:• - Aaaam Tea
Amoy Oolong Tea
Otvlong lea.
Form• wm t >0;. *1 gT» a
Voung Ityvui Tea.
rwankay Hy»« nTea
t»uiJt"'w 1* r Tea
JmjH rial T* a.
Moyaue Tea.
Ping suey Tea
Fau-Ftred Jar-ar Tea
Basket Fired Janan Tea
Sun Pried Japan Tea
Largest and Choicest Stock at
THE LONDON TEA STORE.
JOBHgaS AND DlAL!ft* t*
Te«. Coffees. Spi«s and Extracts.
IHM Fwmi! !•: . -./«»>. W T
J. COMPTON,
LAND COMMISSIONER Of
KIRKLAND LANG CO,
James St.,opposite Oct ideu
tal Hotel. Seattle. H.T.
j Terrible Fore arniogs
t'ough in the n>
? cah breathing, a>hkegm, \m
' ta the eheai. <{atckeae« pu-*e. »
in the eretdng or «»eau at r.;ght a: •
I any of U*e«e thuigs a<*» '.he r r>t s•«c » of
i eonvumptien. I*' Ackers Emc;.*:; l" 4 ni
edv for ooasampti<>n v \ caurs the«< fiar
I ful ftmtdaims. and 1* «o',d ander a
' by A Bar*. >in%raU* w
SEATTLE WOOD NIL
nsv au kr ami r;k wood err axy
.li«!r<\l ;«n;ai Dry a.w
iletl,vnsS to of Uw
<ny optet. rrs*i««l *1 taut, rrvwt um.
or at yard ou RoftAta. waarf. foot of < Vo«t
urn
atiLSSa, I. A KL\-*-Jr_U Proprietor.
CAUTION
Beware of Fraad. u mj najne aad tke j
pr'.'* are «tajnped on U>. boaoaa of ail mr
•drerttawj *W-» leafin, tie 'ai-f*T.
whSch protein U» we*r»f» ara.aft bith
prlee, and infertor rrr *l' If a dealer offer,
*. L a: a redwwd price,
«■ **. M be ba* the* witbowt ■> j name and
C*|. rtaraped c,o Use UKtoia, pwt bin
Ha ** ■ frssd.
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE GENTLEMEN.
The only ealf S3 Shoe, ,
<TT><>#b ia»!ds SO TACK,-" or WAX !
THREAD to hurt th< ferf, -a-y «> hand !
««weil and WILL SOT kit'
W. L. DOI'oLAS *1 ->HOE, the original I
and only band-tewed wtlt H E'jnals
ttwton! made .hoes cfmtiag from 96 to t9.
W. I- DOCfILA- St 59 POLICE SHOE.
Rai,road W.e and Letter < arrier, ail wear ,
them, -ni'Kitfi lnalde as a Hand Sewed j
->tioa. No Tark» or Wai Thread to bnrt the j
feet.
» L. DOt <iI.A,-i Si-SO -HOE i» nnex
i-eued for h«aTy wear. B-MttCalf -boe for
tbe prirr
» I DOt'OI.A- »«.»» WORKING
MAN" SHOE 1* tbe be«t in the w>jrld for
rough wear; one pair to wear a man
" 'vC**L DOCOI-A? »i SHOE TOR BOVS |
. it the bevt school Shoe In the worM
All made in Congress, Button and Laee.
If not sold by your dealer, write W. U
DOCGLA-% BROCKTON, MA.V
TREES A: IIVSWVB, Agcatx. M w
NORTH YAKIMA,
-THE—
COMING CITY!
-OF THE-
I
m.\i m\\\ EMPIRE.
North Yakima it centrally located on the
main line of the Northern Pacific railroad,
in one of the richeaf pfertons of Eastern
Washing it >n.
Nine large and fertile valleys are tribu
tary to it.
The Yakima Valley it the
GaMen of Vasbincton Territory
And the great Northwest.
Farming lands and town property are
cheap.
Immigrant* and investors should inves
tigate the Yakima country before locating
or investing.
A small investment here will bring rich
returns.
For information call on or write to
FETCHER & LAU,
Heal Estate Agents.
North Vakimn, Wash. Ty.
FOR SALE,
Mock ICO feet square at the corner
of Verier avenue ami Second street,
at the junction of Uro cable and
one motor street railway line". It can
lie reached by street cjtr lines from all
parts of the city, ami will be one of the
liest corner* in the city.
Four house- and one lot between
Sixth and Seventh streets: rent for
sl2'» per month.
Home choice property on Kront
street.
Some choice lots on Second street.
Two fine lots on Third street,
some fine property on Jackson street
cable road
Other property too numerous to
mention.
IIKFM 4 iINIII.V
'.'IN Commercial si.. Seattle, W. I.
West Seattle Fart Ajflitioa l
Bujent and 1. tuca*vker* uro (wlitllj
mrltftl to inspect this beautiful property
before buying clk*where, a< it ha* raperi'tr
advantage* over any • ih< - pn>i>«* -ty jn
Wsi BeoH i li BprimH k rtt »Ij a
iff on the wwt - de «"»f the r.r*t \•' *: of the
W,m Seattle land <fc
raay. he tcrminusof !h< soQtberc Pari fie
Milton Point, ie k « than •>> half m;I« from
Ue ft-rrj *'«**' controls three-qoarU r» of a
mile water frontage. with a <rrand w u f
the wen«ry ft c < >mt:J and the Olympic
»• • * ' • » " ar» w a*
la 1 ntble at li'* 1 fa« h f*-t firvt chuitt*.
J ot# on the water front art*»•• riparian rights
at #_v a toot T i n for a lira
itext time only title j*rf»vt ANtTact for
Doited wtth every lot
tiKOIUtK lM>arnu Kea: E*ta:< Broker.
Oftit wati I . -v • i ilitn • .bctweea
M!:;a;M Waahin(Uat, up *ta:rs.
O. C. SHORtY & CO.,
I
K »«t uf Columbia St..
- N S IT Et A N C E !
I* ALL ITS
Kire, Marine, I-ite and .Accident,
TAYLOR & BURNS, Agents,
Do an Exclusive insurance Business, representing 26
companies, the best in the world. Prompt
payment cf losses.
lt*f>r to any of o\ r old cuittointrt. >
«Oo« ta Boiler'• ItKildlßC, Jtuet ttmt, Bmiu*
SEATTLE POST - INTELLIGENCER. SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, 1889.
720
'Boston Block
SECOND STREET,
NEXT DOOR TO POSTOFFICE.
HALEY A WRIGHT
staph: a.id| rmcT sncnin.
run ask cornxK.
nupwn t». p. o. BOX «».
BEST STOCK <)!' ttOODS
AT LOWEST PKKKK.
SKNII FOB PKICK MKT.
(fc, Lunch,
THE GROCER,
1412 t» 1416. - - Front Street.
Makes a specialty of keeping the largest
ana freskes? stock of choice
Groceries aod Proms
In the city, and as he buys in far
greater quantities than any other
grocer in Seattle, he solicits and is
best able to fill orders, either large
or small. You will find that on ac
count of his immense trade his
whole stock is kept fresh and
clean, and that he is able to give
von better prices than any other
noose in the city. Also curer and
packer of the
ISSS
BRAND OF
Eastern Corn-fed, Sugar-cared
Uncovered Ham* and Bacon,
Which he sella right fresh from hit
smoke-house, by the single piece,
crate, ton or carload. Sole agent
for HALL BAVI9'
DUNGENESS BUTTER
Charles Louch,
FRONT AND UNION.
DIAMONDS
DIAMONDS!
Kxtra fine inducements in
I>iamonds for the Holiday
trade. Intending purchasers
will find it to their advantage
to call and inspect my stock of
Diamonds, Watches, Clockajmd
Jewelry before buying. Dia
monds of the first water, guar
anteed.
DIAMONDS!
DIAMONDS!
WM. H. FINCK,
103 Commercial St.
Fred E.Sander
DEAI.KR IS
REAL ESTATE
AKT>
11)111, SFII RITIES.
OFFICE,
Corner Mill sn«i CuminfnUi »t<
Novelty, Beauty and Usefulness
CROSS & CO.,
UNDERTAKERS.
Uuuv Hkk.
rwttt «treet, Seattle.
BUSINESS CARD.
I wotiM re*pei tfmlly iufonn tbe people
of A t'e th*t I have TAkru a.'i interest in
she }'* i ;Sc Ct'pet ConMBT. *n«S would be
>•• **< . _ a nv .. i f ' :: !«>• oamew
*- ' ">• :..i Fr»«:.! ? near Seneca.
,v rill * ♦ | NMI | ':i fctid a full
i Eplrti ,- i meat of ca pet*, window
shai-* aii.i '.: v furnishing good*. Re
- in 1 Q SMITH, •
WHY WOMEN FADE.
Wi.imtii Uv "fir V*nit beetßtt co'.d»
ua 4 .' -m nr th- :r life. l»r Acker's Eu«i:*fc i
:>r r---tk«uinpiion in an absolute!
nmfiveohk For nit by a 14 Aenrt.
<im*r.»t ? {
The Best Yet !
Faegre'e First J±<3 dition
WEST SEATTLE.
i THE (RUM OF THE (REM.
FINE VIEW OF THE BAY AND THE UITY.
Only One asd One-Half Blocks From Deep Water. Steamboat
Landing-
EVERY LOT LIEN WELL \0 STEEP HILLS TO ( LIMB.
10 HEAVY mim HERE.
Everybody is now making a rush for West Seattle property, in order to
get a foothold before the coming of the
Southern Pacific Railroad. IKE MOTOR LINE.
' And other improvement* now booked for West Seattle, which will double and
treble the prices next summer.
Do It Miss Tliis Chance.
Lots in this addition have just been placed on the market, and they
are going fast.
SCALE OF PRICES:
SIOO, $125, $l5O, $175 and S2OO.
TERMS EASY.
SPECIAL
I ■* **
IN WEST SEATTLE PROPERTY.
MONDAY, January 14th, I will place on the Market
24 BEAUTIFUL RESIDENCE LOTS IN WEST
SEATTLE, situated on a charming elevation, com
manding a full, unobstructed view on all sides, overlook
ing the city, the bay, the Cascades and Mt. Ranier: in
the midst of contemplated improvements, near the ter
minal facilities of the Seattle & Southern R. R.; two
minutes walk from harbor and handy to the new MO
TOR LINE. Beyond comparison, the finest and
cheapest lots for residence in West Seattle.
Remember, there are only 24 lots, and at the rate the
lots are selling in Faegre's First Addition, I am justified
in saying that these 24 lots will all be sold in a very few
days. Price, $175 per lot. Terms: one-half cash, bal
ance on time without interest.
1
Free transportation every day to view the Property.
For other bargains in West Seattle and Seattle, call on
K. G. FAEGRE, the Real Estate Broker,
MIHWESOTA HOUSE. COBHEB WASHINOTOH AND SECOHD STBBBTS
■r r. • -» ■ /'_^H
*on JNFANTS ano CHILDREN.
'.eil »■■■*'■• 1 'Off.ii "i f 'lgtorta .-tires Cflir. C-xwupatton,
... ci'rer. r to tiv ;■ :r S r njw'h Itiarrh.i a, Krj. ?at-..»n,
"• " g Kills Worm*. trivt*d eic£i> and promotes at*.
i«. A. Awma. M. D I
. - ,:d St., Brock!-n. NY I WWictrt m;nnous u.~iicatioa.
la* CexTaca Co*»Aj<i. 152 Fulton Straw. &. «
jwnmii———ii
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
Csiumon Salt, Tin and Terneplates, 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, Guthrie cc Co., S««n Francisco, California.
Balfour, Cuthrie A Co., Portland, Oregon.
Salfour, Williamson & Co. Liverpool, England.
Williamson, Balfour &. Co., Valparaiso. Chill.
BOOTH & BEISCOE,
Abstracts of Land Titles,
Have the oldest and moat rel'able set of attract Book* in the comnty
Koum« 3 ai««t 4. Vefclfr-I.«»n Itutldlog
Are embod
ied in the
"Kodak"
camera snak
ing it a valu
feable Ho.iday
iilft Y•> u
• an not select
au article
MM will be
«o hiihlv ap
j>reciai»*«i.
For '*a'»- by
W \ Ha»-
brouck.
FTTZR^STXTTTIRIE
OF Tilt: HEMT gi ALITV
You can buy the inoct of, for tbe least money, at
O. W. Lynch &c Go's,
IST. ARMSTRONG & CO.,
Livery Hack and Sale Stable; Managers of Seattle
Transfer Company.
Pint-cla** Turnout*. Order* filled at any hour day or n-tjcht.
Telephone 41. <">fflce comer Main and Second ttreeU.
WM. H. HUGHES
Printing Company,
SEATTLE, W. T.
All klo<U -.f book uit J»b w..rV COLI'MUIA STREET.
* ,Tt#rlkitT ! Ow>o*it* EtuAof Hon* Na I
WASHINGTON IRON WORKS CO.
Foundry, Machine and Boiler Shops,
Corner Second, Jackson and Third streets, Seattle
J. M. ruiXK, Sapartatmdaot.
THE
First National Bank
OF" SEATTLE.
Seattle. Wukiiftn Territory-
PAID-UP CAPITAL, - - *150.000
GEORGE w. HARRIS, J. GOODFEI.LFW.
President. Cashier.
tk'Tierai banking basincss tnsaacted.
Slcfet And te'.eg-aphir exchange. parable
I in ill the> principal cities of the l~s!ted
States and Eurojs.'.
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
OF TKK
GUARANTEE
LOIII A>(> TKIST «»>»PA.IV.
¥Ml«r-Leu7 Block. Mill Street.
Opposite Commercial.
SEATTLE. - - WASH. TER.
(Incorporated 1887.
Receive deposits in any AMorNis
from cn« dollar upwards, and allow in
serts! thereon. Mouoy loaned upon im
prore«l farm and city real estate.
BOA&Q or DIRECTORS:
LEIGH 3. J. HVNT Pros; .lent
DR. T T. MINOR Vice President
EDW. B. DOWNING Treamirer
GEORGE H. HEILBRON S*-»."Vt*ry
DAVID N. BAXTER. J. D. LOW MAN.
MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK
Designated Depository and Financial
Agent of the
UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT
Deals in foreign and domestic exchange*.
Miiti TKi-E&RiPHtc TKAKsrgas and is
sues Litters or Cbiwt.
General BiofciPd Bbslmss Transacted.
BKATTLE
SAFE DEPOSIT AND TRUST CO.
Paid-a? Capital, SIOO,OOO
Fsvs interest on savings deposits.
Rents safes and deposit boxes.
Receives goods on storage,
liakes mortgage Joans.
FKED W AKD, Managsr.
Dexter Horton & Co.,
BANKERS,
Incorporated I»ST.
CAPITAL, $200,000.
UNDIVIDED PROFITS. $60,000
President W. i. LASS
Vice President A. A. Dkhsy
Manager. J- P. H(fr
Cashier B. F. Bsueee
OIOHT HXCHASGK ASD TELEGRAPH
O ie transfers on Sew York, Chicago, St
Panl, San Francisco, Portland anil various
point* in Washington, Ortgos ami BritUh
Columbia.
Sight Bills oi Exchange on Loudon,avail
able elsewhere in Enrope.
Collections M«ie at all points OH favor
able terms.
Bonds, stacks and other valuable* receir
ed on deposit for safe keeping.
C. H. HASFORD, President and Counsel,
Ex-Gov. WATSON C. SQVIKZ, Vice-President.
H. F. BAKER, Secretary.
SEATTLE
Title Insurance 4 Trust Company.
CAPITAL. 5250.000.
Booms 19, 20, 35, 36, Union Block
Seattle.
Issues policies of insurance upon Sin
Estatk Title?, guaranteeing absolute pro
tection against losa by reason of defective
titles.
It assumes at its own expense the defense i
of all legal proceedings instituted in thw
interest of adverse claimants and relieves
the lll—ill from all trouble, annoyance,
anxiety, cost and expense attending such
litigations. .
Washington Savings Bank
Incorporated under the Territorial laws.
Po*t Building, Mill St., Seattle, W. T. i
CAPITAL. - - $.50,000.
OFFICERS:
w. W. DEARBORN HH—WBt
B. B. DEARBoRN . VICE-PRESIDENT
H W. 11IGGINS CASHIER
h General Banking Basiness Transacted,
Drafts drawn on all parts of the world.
Interest paid on savings and time deposits.
Hours—lo a. m. to 3p. m., and Saturday
svenings from 7 toy o'clock.
IK*posits ma} be made in person or by
registered letter, money order or express,
ind deposit books will be returned as re
quested.
Money loaned on real estate at reasonable
•atos. [
THOS S. KRCTZ, HAKRV KRL'TZ,
President. dec'y audTreas.
Washington Loan k Trust Company
(INCORPORATED.)
Authorized capitaL 1200,000
I aid-up Capital 4),uu)
MORTGAGE LOANS
ON
Improved Farms acd City Property.
LOWEST RATES-NO DELAY.
BRANCH Orrn K— lit". Mill St. (Occident*]
Bloc*;, SEATTLE W. ff
GEORGE FOWLER, Mana*>r.
EASTER* OFFICES — 2S7 Broadway, New
York: 3 Sears Building, Boston.
»ETE«S Orncis—Home Office, Walla
Walla, W T.; Branch Offices, Colfax and
Seattle.
BAU.IT QATZSKT., JK. I'. PSBKY,
President ] Vice I»re!a<S(.ut.
J. FCHI Cashier.
PCGET SOUND NATIONAL BANK
or SEATTLE.
OCCIDKNTAL BLOCK.
BrY AND SELL FOREIGN AND IM>-
mestic exchange, transfer moner by
telegraph to any part cf the United State*
. and Europe, receive deposits of money and
issue pas* books or certificates tiierefor.
CORRESPONDENTS
Loniou. N. M. Rothsduld <& !sona
Paris, I>e Rothschild Freres.
Frankfort, A. M., L. Von steiger & Co.
New York, agency of Hank of California.
• Chicago, Commercial National Bank.
Bostoa, Suffolk National Bank.
Ban Francisco, the Bank **f California.
Portland. tbe First Na»u>:>» Bank
Rarbonr's Salmon Nel Threads 1
WOODBERRY SEINE TWINES
j
1 And I.ines. Netting, Seim s, Pounds and
J Traps of every description. Fish Hooks,
; Lines, Twines, etc.
!
HENRY DOYLE & CO.,
SIT Market Street. San Fraoel4co.
Sole Ageut* for the Pacific Coast.
English Steel Rails
FOB SALE.
By "Melpomene," now Land
ing at Tacoma, a quantity of the
best quality steel rails 40 and
50 psunds per yard for sale in
lots to suit.
For prices apply to
B4IFOIR. SITHKIE k CO.,
Taooma. W. T.
JAPAN BAZAAR.
30 t ASM JAPA>»I£ (IBM
Jti«t rv^->. ,*>! direct. impcrtad from Japan,
whieh will be sold r heap Asi to «ee them.
UJ&3, H'—-de Ujat Baiiiin*. Frrat n.
Put It On Your List.
■ , . We mean the
i 1/ ; —Ko4aJt" Camera,
A. I ;i >1 U which is the or. >si
article yet
"" w^**ASF,,rea»tile4aaaHo!i
day gift. Y ur Kst of "rem—txraneea ' will
Be incomplete without it Kor sale fc"» W.
A. Hasbro acs
STEAMER W. F. MUNROE.
Carrying F. 8. Mali,'
i Seattle tat MtUiltet.
Xarysvilia and SaoJxnaJna
Dally, rxpept Hunday.
/<«■ Cnig-ht or passage inquire on boars
or at Tester wharf.
C. P, BROWN FIELD, Itanagw
i -iKoK-iB K Form Agent Seattle.
o. r. & n. ca'S
STEAMERS.
TO TAKE EFFECT MOKDAY. ROT 19.
STEAMEES
i vy nx IEAVTE SKATTL* crrr DOCS
for Tacoaa <'-aity, ex'Tpt .-an lay. at
: 136 a. m., UM«. a. aiws f>:w p. a.
Fcr Taeoma—Suadays itlJtL n. and 4
, P TP..
For Sunday, at
1:30 a. m.
Far Olyiapia—Dai.y, except Sua t*y, at
1:30 a. m.
I Tosetiiag at intermedial.? -point* on all
' roate*.
Seattle, Whatcom 4 Semiatimao Rente.
STEAMER CEO. E. STARR
Leaves Seattle at 930 p. m. Mondays,
WedOf^Jivjifid Friday-. Arrive-at What
' * com at 11 a. m Tuesdays. Thursdays and
Saturdays Returning, If aves W hatrom at
1 p. a. TO'.-«lay» and Thtuadays, and or.
SUB lavs at 7a. M. Arrives at Seattle a: •
a. m. Wednesdays and Fridays and on Sun
days about 9 p. m.
leaves Whatcom for Semiahmoo Satur
days at 1 p. ra. leaves Semiahaoo for
Whatcom Saturdays «5 p. m.. arriving at
Whatcom about S j>. i
NOTlCE—Steamer lands at all regular
landings except Oak Harbor. Lacannerand
Fidalgu.
U. S. Mall Steamer Hassalo
Leaves Seattle for Wbau-oa and all way
landings Sundays. Tuesdays and Th'ir*
days at 11 p. tn. Arrives at Whatcom Mon
day s, Wednesdays aid Fridays at 5 p. m.
Returning, leaves What. ~m «ame days at
' S:3O p. m., arriving at Seattle Tuesdays,
Thursdavs and Saturdays at 2 p. m.
W. H HOLCOMB. Sent Manager.
C. W. JOHX3ON, Superintendent
A. L. UXWILL
GenL I'a«s. and Ticket Agent
1. R. POLLEY, Local Ageat.
City Dec*.
VV. S. &T. CO.
SEATTLE. DEC- 1, 1888.
; WINTER SCHEDULE.
SEATTLE-POST TOWjSEND SOuTfc
CARRYING THE U. S. M AH>
! CTEAMER EDITH —LEAVES SEATTI
r O every 'lay, except Saturday at 10 :.X>
' m.; arrives at Port Towusend at 6 a. r
• Returning, leaves Port Towuseud at S
. m.; arrives at Seattle at 3 t>. ra.
:•
SEATTLE-WHATCOM fiOUTE.
Steamer Eliza Andersen leaves Seatt
. at 9b. m.. nQLdajs, ruewiajs and Thur
days for Whatrciu and way ports, excel
La Conner and Fid ai go arrives at Wiu
I com at 12 in., next day. Returning, >cavi
Whatcom at 7 p. m.. Mundax s, Wednesday
• and Fridays, arriving at Seattle 10 a. m
next day.
GEO. 3. JACOBS, Secretary.
I'. H JAT K-ON. President.
Caiaiiai Pacific NanptiraiCs
(LI MITES.)
STEAMER
P K EMIE H
BOUND SOUTH.
LEA VIS — -ARRIVE
Vancouver, Monday Townsend, Tfcurcdaj
A Thursday 2pm »$* Monday .9:30 p u
Townsend, Monday Seattle., Friday ant 4
! A Thursday 11 pm Tuesday .2.1)0 ais
Seattle, Tuesday and Taeoma, Friday
Friday Sam Tuesday .lOfam
BOUND NORTH.
> LEAVE ARRIVE
Taeoma, Tuesday A Seattle, Tuesday and
Friday 2 90 p » Friday 480 f m
Seattle, Wednesday Townsend, Wodn sdy
A Saturday. 6am A Saturday .9*oo a m
rownwnd, Wedn'sdy. Vancouver. Wednea-
A Saturday lOao: day A Satdy 530 p m
DAYS OF DEPARTCRK FROM SEATTLE
\Vedues4av* and Saturday*.
BAYS OF ARRIVAL AT SEATTLE,
Tnesdavs and Fridavs.
JOHN' A. O'BRIEN. Master.
F. J. CHITRCH Aeeot at Seattle.
John Ikvikq, Maagr. C. P. X. Co. Ld.
Pacific Coast Steamship Co.
One o? the
[ ELEGANT A! IRON* STEAMSHIPS
Of this company will leave Ocean Dock.
Seattle, every Friday at fi o'clock p. m.
Passengers received on t*>ard at 5 p. m.)
For Port Townsend, Victoria
AND SAN FRANCISCO.
Mrxica January 11
Walla Walla. January 18. February 1
T*matilla Januarv*2s
Returning. steamer* leave San Francisco
every Friday at 9 o'clock a. m.
FOR ALASKA.
Steamers leave a.« above fortnightly for
Wrangel, Juneau, Sitka and other Alaskan
port>.
A neon. January 14
Idaho January ffl
FOR FREIGHT OR TAWAGE AITLY TO Tlir
COLUMBIA A PCGKT SOUND R. R. CO
H.M,LELLAN, W B " ENREK - AGE ~
Puget Sound Snpt. P. C. S. g. Co. Seattle.
STR. FLEETWOOD.
FAST TIME
Between Seattle, Taeoma and Olympia
and way ports; carrying
Northwestern and Wells Fareo's wail,
express and last freight.
TIME TABLE.
Lv. Olympia*." a. in. Lv. Seattle. ...t-fjOp. m
Ar. Taeoma Ma. m. Ar.Ta.oma 4 00p. in.
Lv. Taeoma. 11 a. m. Lv.Tacoma I :*p m.
Ar. Seattle 1 j>. m. Ar. OlympiaT <op m.
ave Olyinpia daily, «xr«.pt Mouday.
This itcue' departs strictly on s< heaule
time: only boat making round trip on Sun
days; meals on board
OEO. FOOTER, Ageut, Seattle.
WEST SEATTLE FERRY.
FOOT <>F M\!S STREET WILL
I leave on and alter December :i, iw
Seattle 9a. m. West Seattle 9rJ6a.m.
■battle 11 a. m. West Seattle U:2>a.m.
Seattie Ip, ni. West Seattle 1 J.'> [> si.
Seattle 3p m. West Seattle '4 2a p.m.
M. H. HATEB,
Manager.
P.KIFIC N\\lt;\T!o\ (OMPWY.
TKE STEAJLER
Henry Bailey
| EAVES YBsLKK WHARF POU TI'LA
I j lip, StatswiKxl, Ht Vernon, -terlign
aii'l intermediate points e .err -aturdar
and Wednesday.
Fcr Itxfghl or rates appiy on board »team
er or to fieo. H. F(wit«r. nt.
*. t. Burr, mwii.
mmc \uianu\ i <mpiw.
THE STEAMER
Skagit Chief
I JCAVEs J. A HATFI£LD\S WIIARP
1 a for nw Joan lalau<in. toohoiMV
at Clinton, i >ala»ly ritanwfjod, laCooiu.?,
Friday Harbor and Kaehe Harbor crvrr
Buu<iair and Thaniaj.
For freight or ratea apply on *aam
ur, or to J. A. HATFIELD, Aral
HEHRT BAILEY, Master
STBtMEHrLI&I BROUN
lEAVi» YK-IJUt S WHA&f VOtL TA
coma, Olrmpia aa4 Big Saookam at*
a. sa. every voaday. Wednea iimr aod Ptl
■laj.
RetarntDx, lease* Shellon, Blf Aookwa.
at 7 a. a. every Tuesday, Thursday and BM.
arday
10 SHI FUKBty Qi
rr war a» tti
Sosta Pacilt Caimf t
TIE IT. Ht\Tl Mnt
<t«rker « a®. Una say ot^i®'.
Seattle and San Francisco
LEAVE JIiTTU DULT it,,.
ARRIVS » SAN FJUsrSco*- K
Tint Fwtj-Eigkt Bmj,
FheSraiid Sceaic roateof the FacMeCcw,
?BU«i« IBFFET SUtpfe
Far aJSS Car,
««»Aturhci io unmnTfiT 1
For ttrkets &sd orter - S
was?
fI'WT MOB STi
Tiase Table Taking Effect Stu4»
December S, liu
Southern and Eastern*
Expresa. , » »ia )!>.
Southern and Eartcrai . „
Mail » * »p.m.
.Settle tn4 Ttconti
Freight , 12--«»n
Southern and Eastern mail '-arrfea eu,
man sleepers. r *
L A. N ADEAC.
Maa^K.
m%m k pifiEj mm
RAiLROAD.
Time Table, Taking Effect
Sunday, Nov. 11, ISBS.
arrive and leave feattta u M-
Sewcaatle and wayt ■.'f***'
stations mixed . i ■ :li *-
y. i-twum'asa Us?
LA. SAIiEAt-.Q. F en.l f. Agt *
THE GREAT
mistorruHTii Mm
Northern Pacific
RAILROAD.
TU THI
, Caa«»«U DiTiaioa. Inr Com
pleted. U«kia« It tA. Skort
•st, Best kid Qaiekaat.
~T V P»n'°*_ r «r Urn IV Wrret Roate.
No Delay* - ntdt Trains. Lowest Rates
10 '"J 1 ' 0 *? 0 sodall points East. Tickets
sold to all pr :nlaent ralats tkrwaghoat tfc«
East and Soutfctaft. Through Pailnan
Drawing Room sleeplM Can. ten.
e tions ctan be secared In aavaare.
To Boat Roisd
* Be carefnl and do not mai« a taitfaka,
s bat be sore to taka the
Mien Pacific Bailmi
And see that your ticket reads via. tkfc
Une, St. Paul or Minneapolis t» avoM
changes and serious delays «<>w«m4)j
! ether routes.
Through emigrant Sleeping Can nu <*
regular oaj.ress trains full iengtk of tki
line. Berths free. Lowest rates, quicfcM
time.
(reserai Offlrs »t the I oapaay, t Val
lagtaa St.. Pertlaatl. tSregas,
A. P. CHARLTON, Ass't (ieo. rasa. i|t
So. 2 Washington St.. ; -'iand.Oc
w B. SPKNTM.
Ticket Agent. Seattle, wkflft*
A. CHILBERii,
Ticket Agent, Seattle.
Seattle, kke Shore 4 Eastern 8?
i 1
CHANGE OF TIME.
ON AND AFTER BCNDAT. DH EMBB
1«, lw>. trains will depart Irons s>4
arrive at Seattle as follows:
Fails I'lty. Oilman.'! Leave. Arris*.
Suohomishand way ;
stations.conneetlng i n a « . _ .
at Pnlon Bay with »J»P«
boats on Lake W ash .
ington . J
Oilman and way sta-i ~
tions. j B 4.0 C p m ll.«a«
Snohomish and wsyi . a< _ , _
stations ( A 5 00pm i»si
sl et TKAIKS.
To Smith's Cove . B 7:10 am *OS s ■
| To Balla.M B JV. am lltOsß
To Yesler.conneeti'g.
with boat, on l.ake,- B 1:30 pm 3 30pa
Washington S
"A" daily. "B" daily except Saoday.
W. J. JKNNISQB,
fan. F and P. Atest
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY.
TIIK TKUB
TEASS(O.\TI\EVTAL ROITE
BETWEKN
THE PACIFIC AND THE ATLAITIt
TTS PASSENGER E 1I ME«T B TH»
1 finest In the warld.c* sistingef Laxarl
ous Sleepiug Cars, kaviu Srswtag, saoie
ing and bath rooms; Co 'ortabl. SM
Cleau Colonist cars with r (MM(M
Berths for holders of s*-condeiasa
and the ra<>st modern style of day
Its Dining Cars a.td Hotel, pros le tk.
N>*tquality of food in aulimitod jsanttty
at rea»ouaole ratrti. _
The Variety and <iraadear af SceMJJ
alonK it* line is and in
tail* of trark, train serrice, etc., tiotkiaf ■
omitted that can a»id to the ?%lety aai
Comfort of its patrons. All tn all, it fif>>
the best and mwt servicable 11 ae of trafit,
whether for b'isinesa or pi'vanarv. betwa*
Portland, lacoina. Seattle, Virtoria snd au
Pacific Coast Points, and * ianep«ft My
neapolfs, st. Paal, Cbicaco, St I>jwa,oilJ»
wa, Toronto, Montreal, Bfjstoa, New Yorl
and all Eastern Cities.
Throaak Tlflft* are tsosed to all PrtsrtfO'
Point* in Xbf ! aited state*, iaaaia
aa<f Karupe at IsOwest Katoa.
For detail «il in formation apply to tIM
lowing acenti* o4 thf :
C. «» M.* ORD, .
6 Washington St., Portiaad, Or
K. W M<t f fV\EHri. Seattle, W. T.
£. E ELLIS. Taeoma, W. T.
D. K BROWN,
District Freight an ! Paaooager IMk
Van« o«vcr, m. V.
Com'Spondence *peetfnt?g wo>ie«te4. __
DR. SPIINEI
Sc CO.'S
NATIONAL. D ISP ENS ART.
318 Commercial street, •"**
Jackson, Smul*. W. T.
AH chronic I)iseanes of MKN and WO<l*
**<r*aafally treated.
L(*rr MANHOOD. NerruOi And
rvWUty, Exhaa«rW*J VitattH. ileal 1*
Wt-afcneas, .■tperxTiatorfkorak, la»*oteee«>
(#onorrboea. Oicvt, rfyphiba.
cllne. Wcakne*« la Wnmeu. aad *ll ra-JJ*
Hon a I Derangement* that reaait froai yoa*3.
fal folllea or eiceai in after yeara.
H BIN ART Kiluej, au4 B adder ti©«w«J
I w ,v a jj ( 0 J*
Cryatitia, Varico«-ele, fctrictare, etc., pro®?**
!y and aafelj cared So aa«vM>«a medicine
gfTen, nor atronc iajeetiona aaed, neum
CMN atrictare < 'haricee reaaeuabtfs.
SPD VftLlß lability Vtror.
ntK »U I
aponden'-y. etc, etc., cared. _ .
YOl'Nf. safftrint from the aEVctt*'
IvURw lull yontnfai io'iim or iß'iW 7 '/
ttoiui. ahouid avail tbeßMlfW of oar treat
ment. the ereat*«t boon erer laid at U»«a*
tar of nAriaf humanity. Wil! faaraatet
a aoaittve Cttre tn every eaae. »
■lddle-tied la £«£££
j aaftkme of the bladder, aooiupaiiied tf*
•martin* or t>arnin* *rcaaSon: on
ail on the artne depoadta a JK2
»A>metlmc» aibamen ia pr< *ent The
rarie* from a fcriftht or leddldl to a
zaiLhy bit, the patun:
i enins of thr in a manaer ha taaaw
account for. T\*ib is the -cond INJ "
nemmal weafcaaaa kauj die 0'
eaity, igaorani of it* caaae % J erf eel can
and healthy reatorafion -laaraaieed.
Office boar*. in.
) m.; Sandaya »to li , _
X. E. - fvnot* aaahle lo rUit a*
treated at their humea by cu*rea»oa4cac»
j Medicine* an 1 aeat hr aaalW
I exveeaa » |W j
Saed 10c for tk* Tom **•'• 3M** j
«r e«M»l#W«Oe*. jg

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