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eehentbere orderts* sAarassas CIIMM I '
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Tb« outlines ol *n interview with
President <'leeeland which appeared
In Friday'* dispatcbe* form a bit of
I reading more or less Interesting and
vc supposedly to he taken as a final
address to bis beloved conturymen.
In it the president claims a good deal
ot credit for himself and tries to shift
the responsibility for mistakes to U.e
ah.rtiider* of p*rty lea<iers ami friewis
who have been badly advised. Of
coar-e he insist' that his administra
tion ha* been a great and glorious soc
eess. and inasmuch A* be. probably, j
wrote the interview himself, the short
corning* of the government of the la*t j
lour years arc smithed over with his ,
well known use of long, involved and !
»*blg«otts sentence?.
He thr<tWß a sop to the people in a»
Anting that he ha* always l>een in
with them, unmindful of
the fact that there has never been a
more arbitrary, dimlinate and aeto
eratic executive in the White House
since the days of Andrew Jackson.
He claim*) to hav responded U> all
the demands of his fellow citixens.but
an a matter of fact he ha< been so
swelled «P with his own importance
»n<i so opinionated end positive of hi*
own infallibility that the view- of hi*
personal friends and the accredited
representative* of Democratic cotn
aanitle* have received little or no
ten lion or consideration.
The president's natural inability to
appredate the situation misleads him,
«nd he Is, therefore deluded with the
idea that he i* the man who has led
the party out of the wilderne**, and,
following out his directions, it is now
marching on lo a gloriou* future. He
teems to forget iliat there is hardly a
man In the party with the old Demo
cratic ideas who thoroughly Iwlieves
In him, and he doe* not real if that
his own stubbornness and petulant re
fusal to listen to men who for a quar
ter of a century have had the party's
welfare at heart are now estranged,
and in secret are really and profoundly
thankful that surh an unreasonable
and null-headed individual will no.
longer be at the head of the govern
ment. His attempt, therefore, to win j
back their support and retire leaving!
them well disposed is somewhat
labored, and the excuse that a high
and *erlou* frense of his duty to the
people has often prompted him to a
course In opposition to the wishes of
his friends will doubtlessly be con
aidtred rather * hallow and far-fetched
by tho«>e who, though repeatedly
wnuhbed and ignored, have faithfully
stood by him for the sake of the party.
The president dwells at some length
on the tariff question, maintaining
that it is the great living i--ii<> of the
Democracy, but ln*>mu< h a* his per
*ersene»* ; led the party to take its
radical stand on thi * economical ques
tion and Iherefiwe brought alsuit de
feat. he of rotuae de-ires to throw the
responsibility of that defeat on other
shoulder*, and a**ert* that if certain
indefinite condition* bad be«n elimin
ated from the camittign a decisive
victory f>r his »ide would have been
the result. This is probably a refer
enee to the Mvrcbisoti letter, hut the
puolic generally will net agree with
Mr. Cleveland, for the prevalent
opinion immediately f«4««'wmr the
elecwon asd at t)u premrfit |i*te i* that
tlie preddent'* »toht»oTn a<i*cs-ary <d
admitting cheaply ma?<ufactured for
eign g«*»d* into this country i» what
more tbaa all else carried the dav for
Mr Harri-on.
It i- rather amiannir bj» hear the
prs- .ittjT -s\ h- all t*s< ■ the
B4>minatj«>n last ammmer with penu
ine ret i« tato .% a» dth n' • :?. .-meat
that he ma'e an e irr.c ' efToet to e«-
cajie it wiil l>e !>sile<l as «?ie of the bsjir
fte»i juk«** of the «ea.~»n. too. as a
deliciou" jdeve of h itior wiii I* re
ceived his remark* on civil tervice
reform, on which particular question
he h »s provrnl him -elf to be the most
colossal "ham the country hat -«*n
for years. TtHWUtxi 'of napitlr offi
oers have l»cen removed for the •tmph*
teuton that th y w« r<* lU>pnhiicaii*
No doubt sime of tl em were incom
petent. but in clearing them out to
nuVx rtf the Iwst, httrresta of the jpiv
ernment, a-- h»* s=»\s, ho neylecL* to
state that in filliru: their place* he ha*
appointed to ottioc more heelers, tin <
servers, oh I criminals, pardoned con
vict*, thieve- arid tramp* than have
been in osficc -inoc the *du<ini*tratton
of tieorue Wa-hinirton.
Of co»!r*e Mr. ("lcvrland j*at> the
Huutb oti th« I'.-ok, for ho h** alw ty--
h.id a warm pot in hi# heart for that
and it v**- never warmer than
d trins the four or five year* sueceed
im; the tirinj? on Koft Bututor. He
MtQtalljr ilcprcCtte* any out*ide in
terference ii tl'e -ett'emetit of the
race que tlott, for he j* awsre that any
int» rfereme of that M»rt directeii
towards jrivht*.' a free ballot aa»d a
fair count in the South would have
deprived h;.M of the cUvtoral vote of
three or four Hoatherra «sst-M in se
lecting his cabinet an making hi< ap
p«>intnient* (o th« ■ e ,o rt and
the prominent fore; - m;-v.or.*. he
see.n* to have Uect lod t:»at men with
Ron'hern notions were the t*ien for
hitn. ami in th • trca'mei t of the ni
jtro ipie tn>n it » *«. to he * | p <vt that
hi* idea* w\>uhi be In e\ ct barmamy
with tho e «»t the l>emocr*a.s «>f th,
Bouth.
Taking it altogether U« Haance* are
that Mr t'Uve'aitd' ivtervioa will
Itardiy to d» 4 wn to iviti-t!')'
of Waahlngt farewcl adUre*.*.
To lie sure, from the read>ng of it one
lie 'e i t» Where that the retir
ing e\» utive * .* aU» t the teal of a
pure, psoas vl «i li i ; Afto rv sn
atalewmati. but there t slack tif frank
ne-* in it and a wh -O-ag toue abo !l it
which i*. to "** t ie'et-i, un;>e* *t,t
ami the faults ( !ii«»*, 'C c- *n-.| fatal
Klstaltex of t' c a indni<trati v which
arc matter- o' bt-tory *•,. skiHfaSy
allu .f ; ioor .*«t i.ttcrly •t-norcil that
klr t f vela';-.» V | »», .;
aaafort -oat |y * regarded .- *i4ghtlv
lev* H.irm! • jit i Je-* «*ofth « i l«- . »
tma«t«r»>d upth nt o-e of t; »• :.»to»r
©f J.r. r.) mr
M . 11-nt'.-h '1 S.iiUi Cat.Nhna, in
«o»ir» on Wtdnestisy »i aie s«oc<a
of tli • f* s that no N«»rt em ».t»u* ha
evcr riected a ««o?«»fei man t.> coni:r*y>e. j
Thit be NHMd to think • fofl uaA
conapfarto wftr to all cnt*"jrm» MB
owning the <tontot at right* to eotowd
dttaMM in kif «*i *nd other itatn
it Immw bo«n remarked in reply
test to be ctocteri to eon**** w not •
ngbt of tlliwiibip. *b*le to roU
and b**e Uut rote bone<tiy
counted fc* anci» * right. And
tbi- right hi fully respected
end protected in errry Northern wtitf
|«r white dtteoi «nd colored citizen#
alike. Bat if M wore not it nocid
• poor »<rw tor the ranrderoa* b*J
tot-box manager* of Botith Carolina,
Mi-'iwippi other Konthern state*.
important icoomtios*.
I _
At the meeting of the city *chool
board Urt night Mr %. O. Sebwagerl,
a distinguished landscape architect,
recently from Cleveland. 0., **" pres
ent by invitation and made WIM im
portant suggestion* respecting the or- j
namentation of the immediate sur
rounding* of the two new brick
school building* The sugge-tion of
fered were in verv general terius
l**ed upon superficial impression*
rather than a anrrey which bas not
yet been made. The plan of retaining
walls, the common method here of
dealing with embankment* abutting
upon the street, Mr Hchwagerl de
clared to be obeoiete and unsightly.
At be-t be declared they were nothing
more than monument* to the
tirade of the street* and beside*:
taring eery costly, were a positive;
blemish to buildings which are a realf
ornament to the city. A method of j
improvement by which the slopes
could be brought down in diversified
ami graceful lines to the level of the
sidewalk* would, he said, be
cheaper and infinitely better than
any artificial mean' of holding
the grade wall" in place The board
seem favorably impressed with the
suggestions and invited Mr. lifchwagerl
to visit the ground* in company with
themselves and the architect on
Wednesday of next week to examine
and further discuss the matter.
It ia certainly to be bofied that some
plan oill be adopted by which the-e
really magnificent bnildings will be'
given proper settings and whicn will
add to rather than diminish their
value aa ornaments to the city. Mr.
Hchwageri'a presence here is most for
tunate at thl* time. He is by no
meant a novice in hi? pro
fi *ooii. The general plan by which
Cleveland has l>een made one
of the moat beautiful cities in America |
was of his deviaing and its execution
wa* under his personal direction. Kiv-!
erview cemetery at Portland, unques
tionably the most beautiful piece of
landscape work in the Northwest,
a • monument to his skill and
taste. It will be most
fortunate for Heattle if at this time
arrangement* can be made hy which
she may have the benefit of modern
and artistic methods at least for our
public grounds.
The time has come when we should
do something for the beauti
fication of the city. Its surrounding
are notably picturesque and attractive
and its site splendidly elevated and
diversified; and a little harmonious art
at:d taste expended now while every
thing is in the making, will have a
wodderful effect upon its future ap
pearance. It is none ton soon to
begin. __________
NAVAt. INTRKKHTS.
One Rood outcome of the
disgrace will be to call the attention of
thi' American people to our u<td of ft
navv. There ha< been a singular di«-
rejtard of this important fact for the
past tifteen years, and alt the talk in
congress and by the pre-* of the coun
try has not so Impreestd the popular
mind a* ha* the Kamoan matter dur
ing the past few week*
For (ifteen year* tb«» government of
the I'nltod State* ha* Injen a govern
ment of the Middle \Ve*t, Ohio
ba» been the center of the political
idea* which hare found expression in
the management of national affairs.
Tbt« Wfsth inland It ha* no com
merce 10 promote, it ha* no chic- ex
p-s*ed to foreign assault; it ha* small
know ledge of and no interest in mari
time affair*. It i* natural that it* in
tere*t in the national navy should l»e
incidental rather than active.
The development ot the Pacific Coast
a* a factor In the national government,
a development past now in it* bepin-
it»£«, will naturally have a very im
portant influence upon naval aflalrs.
Ili re we shftll feel not only a national
but a local interest in the navy to
which we mutt look for protection
Itmniarck's *cbenje of delay in the
Hamoan mstter will do him no
Within thr** 1 week* Mr. l»la • <• will l><
-ecrrtary of <taU> and then the ne
i-oti »non will jp» quicker.
KOKV.
Bergman At Ja an its \\ T, ternary
} t-. t.«M» to the wife of C.E. Bergman t
•lautfhor
MARRIED.
Granlund Anderson In !-v*t 'c, at the
i j rr»t''«•«<*»• o{ k NiU. u, V• rn>w* >a,
i b* Iki' iin k ■ .iw, Otto F Gran
lund of Kn>ap <-o«ntv W T.au S M v»
s Louise Anderson of Seattle.
;Larsen Luther In Seattle, Eehrnarr u.
pwtl, at the r>»iilcuce of Rev. »> E (ilan
' j d«r, !|i« »(tici«lUij; elrlfsaaß, Otto F
! larsen of >• attic at * Mary D Luther of
v !'*>■ . M■ -in
Ellithorp Jose %t tli« mnt# of the
|) tb» K(r*t P?v»b*tcHan t bntvN. ; v !;,■!
i t * Kuan, Ml*a Etta Jose a.id Ro
meo E. Ellithorp.
f j Tenny Campbell In Sianli-, fV> hi*n
!♦ Mr Will Tenney an>l V,»< Elie .
Campbell. both ef C*>ot«*viite, Huh , ;tf
t«»a» Teerttory, N' jk»h f- . otS
| atie«
II Kit* WAWTRP.
11' v n !Kl> Mat IV> iJRaRN
*» ja .i u* tr *• k t ■ K*
■■■• I Mi'; a>d Coiiiw a
W >NISi V TliOMM'tii! !
'*" at a *car'» w-»rk ac.l : * V v
| ttMtittt r*l bjr . IIT .'*l cab r *
', <jMir*st Call lUiSp m . 12S* UtiMntloß
J aitni. r««.»o« t\
\\ -vnu lilov AT TH*. AJU'Al'fc.
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j I%* A STEP - LADY KINUKR AJI P
" f •*•»«' » ; aHf. »: o w i .is'; !•>>
ehauitwrmaida. »««. r'H w.«cr, «ne tili
«tt»fcaa»fit-? < iiy ttaeii ngamt olßee,
»i , fsn«.| of Ertn»l »u,i ofpo<iUi i
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t»«». r. !i «( «t i•. Km'
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) lwe*t»a*?ibwf at tktws .p, O fai>i I'®-,
: \V a\rr > * t l wnr vi rjs
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» *ts«*4 »*&- K«cbll tratfs !"*•
terwd Addr*«» l4U*tr« tfet*««€fc
In' A SITED - BCEVETOEB f TOr*«
»▼ us. JSL wtetae* * BtMttera ■* e&*i^
»*a S» * SiwWiMt mathtmrntltrta, lad
b*» sow m*ttea*eie*i k««wj«o*« Ui«a
n»<]« w4 for tIM •Bpwwtaf bmSscw. A4r
<lr»*> A. tad B . tfet* ofe*.
ll' A*TrD~H«T»ATIOX A>4 CLfcJUC BY
▼ * iad*. Woaid prefwr cHt*r *tan. A«
dpww E.p.. rjtn thi» a®**.
II'A-VTB) - TOI SO MA> WlfcHß*
IT u .o!:«ctof.er»-
rrowEts* or oU>** cktlcai iwtftloa. rlr«-
*■!««• eertifWtw: e*n n»* scanty for ;»>
rtttoeof ms#t. AMn*mG.
\ V ACTED !F" »- TIOll AS OFFICE
, »» clerk, aaaisCMt bo«>k*e**tf. «•*., by
tad; (if.Mrwwi. Can u*e typewriter.
I rfw®. It- i"/S A»*> »*. Hnn <?
WANTED— A YOCII&MAS KE' ENTLY
» ir,ra '-ma Die*'* wi«a« • teatfep wan
reai eatate firm: etttslde work. A. 8.. tii»
«fIW. . .
W A NTED - THOROUGH SALESMAN
V) sStaatioo; »aiarv or lecaxaie
»l ,u. 'A ( tfri« office. _______
WANTLTT>— BY A LADY. HTBATIQ®
v> a- rook in small IwJIM Hgy <*
tnerinefamp Andres* Cook. omee.
wawtkd-TO Rrtt.
\\- AN RED-RR its ;»H kd ROOM WITH
\ » <>oerd for and wile: wi*
rale fam Jy preferred. Address.
Ux-»noc and terms. 8., P. « > Box 744.
r4jK KBM " '
P*OB RENT—FTRN IsH E D R<> >M Willl
Ire, *a» and l-atb »si 11® "Thirl ft.
I*OR kEST—A H'fV'E or S BookM.
I AMdv m * 1- Ann's. 2317 Front »t.
PO K RENT —ON COLUMBIA. NEAR
I Front street. 7-mom house: food loea
'son; fnnjf'ttre for sale. Price 17,10. In
«juii* «t 1M Jam*** st.. opp. Occidental
h> tel. IV/oiran A Ce.
REST—A WORE ROOM 2*XX.
' Aprdy J. D. Thomas, B«llev*ir hovi.
IMX BENT-NEAT 7 KOOM H'K'PE.
r four Woeks *•utb of Jackwn rrvet
r«bl« tine,lS tale# oat. Rem. 1*0 monthly.
M. PbliUps. Oertrtr-n-.al h<*e>.
!V)H KENT - THREE
T room*, well located. loqw're room is.
Colonial block
I'O- RENT—MARCH la*. (-TORK ROOM
1* .Ox'O oa Depot grrwr. betweeu fourth
ami Fifth _____
I"V>R KENT—A NICE ti-ROOM HOU-E
4 in Helltovn: t.H per mouth to eo«*l
tenant. < ieo. M Bonmn. owner, room* 7
au'J I. Korn block.
FVJH EIST-LCSCH COUNTER A*D
1 oyster (>arior, furnished complete. ?-*0
t*i *treet.
1" "Hilt KENT-FARM FUR BENT A*D
land for **K I q*ire of J. Aocer
w>a, corner Seventh anil i>*nor» »treet«.
IX>R REST NICEI-Y FURNISHED
1* front room* ebea*; 2220 Front street
Fv.k Hlf NT—A PARLOR WITH FOLD
tug bed for one or two gentlemen.
4'2'i Fir*t strett; two days.
F\)K RENT—«TOR» ROOM .OX6O FEET.
' suitable for c>ld storage. For particu
lars call at Puaet Bou*d te« work*.
T "V>K KENT-OSK UNFURNISHED ROOM
F on the northeast corner Fourth and Ix*
nor* Btreets. to alee reapertable lady. In
quire on pr*mi»e*
F|*URNISHED ROOMS-Xl< ELY FUK
nlshed rooms; excellent neighborhood.
Itvjwire F. W. Ooodhwe. UdlThlrd street
FOK RALR.
L»R SALE—BY OWNER, LOT O*
F Cable road, €oxl2o. Addrva* P. O. box
1252,
F W! af-re« 12 miles from buttle, ou the
Pnyet Sound railroad and Wnite river;
«o (1 fruit and hop land; dos« to railroad
statiou; 1100 per acre on e*sy term* This
i* a barcaln, only for a few flava. L. H,
Griffith .1 Co., Occident*' hotel blork.
I/OK SALE—FIKST-CLAS* MEAT MAR-
I ket. corner of Stewart and -ev- nth «t*.
I" JV)R SALE—TiiKi:E GOOD MARES. L'f7
Mill street.
R'DR " SALE OR RENT—PRBMONT,
I I *k«- I'uicn. 7-room house, two lots;
ai*o f*-n other# tmildlng: *!*o fwr sale fifty
other lot* there. F nest, moat *rce*sible
•ÜburS «f city. Pri<es. f'"otot-io0; easy
Also splendid corner liOxlSfl on
Yealer avenue cable. overlooking Lake
Wa*hlngt >n, only f eaar terms. Also
Ave lot* Dearborn's cable line addit on.
Market i»r< • t, I»e block* South Jackson
•treet cafde. Prlivi i:aM; ••*** terms.
M Phillips, owner. Ot-eiiiental hotel.
I/OR -\LE-NO. I SHIXtiLEs IX LOT'
( to suit. Apply Avery & Kirk, foot of
CofnmMa.
I "OR SAL* ON ISsrALLMEXT+-KIV'K*
1 room houne. wttb tot 75xi20. fiDO&sh,
balance of |i«00 iti monttily payment*.
R<>» * P Daniels, room s. sta*r h]oek
I/OR s VLE—I39 FEKT sQt'ARK,
I uoribwett ouraM of Ninth atxt Alder
strut.-.; > bargaiu on Statu *tre«t; If>oo
rash, Wane* on »lnie. Reea P Daniels,
r<*on " >t*rr L!"< k.
I/OS -ALE OLD NEWSPAPER# HI
1 handle* of st©. at thl* ofl|f«\
| >>lJ SALE-A t UOIt E LOT OF LIVE
I *tock—n head, a full bfed Jersey l>ul\
<•*':» ■t. B»ER A BOARMAS.
1/t'U .-ALE A *>OOD PAYING COM*IS
ikn busiue*. a bargain. Apply T. L \
Ihl* oSlciv
S/OR '.OAIK--HWI BUYS *|X LOTS ON
I mud flats. Add res* K, P. O. Box 284,
Po timid Or. _
I/f'RSULE-EIOHT BEAUTIFUL BUJLD-
I I-SB !»!* in ijueen Atme town, over
l<wikr.< ••utsr.' city «nd l»av: (luoo eaelK V.
Huir > >!« »h. t'awmMi! OeeMeatal ho'rl
r»R \LE -SPK«*UL BAROAINH IN
i r< «nlt j n«v snd haalne** lots in all parts
of the iiu <>♦} c*»v ti-rmi. For partieutars
cw'.l nit ' vrroode A Barfrdl. POST bulldtna
1^- »K S A K IHfc NrY TWO HEAD OK
Jl work cattle a? Wm. t -M-hrM'* White
Ktv- r Farm. Inquiroof Morgan O'Brien.
*»rllla.
I/OR SALE "OR" TO TET-V 80.-ISY
I u» •. at O tl'ir, w. T »m mil»s«a*t it
la \ d'e hho***e.
P ' lT K—T »L k A {• FOR t ASH
I !'dictate ho!i*»*; sf-Hwi 1-a.Tlu r business;
otieo/ rhf b»» locatit.inx in the citj. Ad
dre«* >f. U . this ofße >
l/OU <\i.K- t-'HY CHEAP—9II ACRES
1 i'f k fid and o;t Whidby isUnd. part o
t v ii-fty of Cat Harbor an.l part > car
V » e ilU\ Ipplj t< r> B Pu-le, Yesler's
wharf.
rx)i iaii oca ictntnt-rmtM a
I" irood Irathi, tnet fior with a complete
r» r-'t-i-ar'-A.-..* «. *o *d paring, well
••*tat> .»!. ! hmi 'ouat i baritln. atnr*
at k t-*- !.t. A'l at ei**t to
reduce ;*•,
JJ% l:>ti K \; |RESIDENCE LOTS IN
I Vr<-'.fr'» first a4.titiou: a ?«-w minntes'
W"!k ->r rile on Mil! street rah:.« nwl will
tSKf v«n <>o the cheap#* lot* la the « sty of
Se«ts i?; *Uc of lots, avxlss feet: adjoining
'!>;*» re *o]Hu« f-otn !;•*»} to f i.oo the lot:
ilon t ni'f* thl*chance if yon want to geta
B'if cheap Jot for a home: price of 1"' SfcO
oniy. i leonfe {MrtK>l, Real K*tstr Broker,
off'!'. Commercial street. between Mill
sn»l W a»h'nston. tip stsir*.
|,»K - ALE—OH EX P. THREE BLOCKS
I in the t v»< :nity of the
work*. > , h<-aj*>it wboie*a'o j.rof*
e" '*■ ill tf *l*o * !«>f* ill) - rvci.tl- «n<)
Jacksoa streets' on account of u en< ata
' '* • c o:> r I.- !♦ «!■' N af«"H
for ;*» «ia\ s t-M per rent, lower than other
I- t ia'vtcimtr, af>n'v toJ- «;ah
r<u: jr , Front anil ( berry
I H; VI «TV \UkR—I.K NuT H. To
• ' i It iti-t; co'njw end ctnrne.
P 4 !r.eh« « *>- ' * uche*b* Sinch cyllt;:icr*.
co-i;-' na«t t»v i r. c: inches in diameter.6
' - of utratß
■ Mi :c*. - omp'ete; hall
a > I • « ...• ■ »v U»>:? iu iiv«7; the abt»ve
'•' ' r sale at a t ICtil bantatn. Ad
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CTATTT F pnST.IXTFt.UfiEKniR SATITRDAY, FEBEUABY 16, 1889.
WHCWX4 H»OC«-
a££ ' iesis**
diffiettfttea between myaeif aad ay
late partner. ftofctto Ran*#, is Use Boa
Ton dMf kooc on *rh» W«t, ha**
been fctllatf, I b«r*by refr*ct all lUte
■MBta I bmre made dtfomtnry to the
Sartmty sr.d probity <A wrid Fabtoto Kisn*.
AXDSOI lAUKSL
WILL BUY FOR CASH - UMM
Moved i»Mey« iota !c til parts of
Seattle. E. F. Wittier. office Chartaa H.
K itti D«*T.
PARTNER WANTED—WE WAST. »Y
t*o twines* men, a partner with
IJP.CTa) to 131,006. to op#-* a Be* kind of
store thai wwi ar:*fr.;»b every txdy in Se
attle, aad wiii dwrl iVW yar. Taia
la no scfcem*. eoly hosteeea.
Will nare a atock tSKMB. atsda2l
the expense will b>* paid w!ft«et takiuy
the profit money. Do*'t miaa this cfcanoe.
AM'tw So. M. a? tk i aCtf.
pAtTVtt WANTED-' R FOR SALE—
I Oa acmant of Hi h?%;tfc. hail or whole
interest ;n one of the oldest grocery bor.sea
ia Seattle, having a fl fa-claw established
trade: location on*s»aaled. Fall particu
lar*. Addreaa Itaaiom H., tfeia <yf«.
IVAN'TED-gIfOSDHiSD LAW
as book*. Addreaa or fail at rooms IS-tL
Korn bSsoek.
(L*PECIAL BARGAINS IS LOTS BE-
O tween Milt and Madisoii s«reets at I2IW
to %2A apteoe. rath. BA£RABO 4 RM AS
g *HOS E ( 'EE PnOPt.RTY NORTH OF
V, Lake Unionat <350 to *3OO pr ace. In
twets varyicg from five to O ami. BAER
A BO ARMAS.
\\' ANTING TO B'Y—ACRE AND CITY
V» property. Those havS c tun*- rail
and *e# Cormode A Barrel!, room 3, POST
MkUnr.
- 4 f'Tyt? TRACT SUITABLE FOR
O A\ HFJ pia'tiaz: very aigh'ly:
near Jack»*u street; for sale oa favorable
terms. Bettiturri MP»" *IB
HALL A GILMORE, W FROST ST.,
make a specialty of buying. selling
and ii-aaiiiK property. If yon want to
make a quirk tarn leave your property
with them.
WE HAVE CASH CUSTOMERS FOR
▼ a flnt'Ciaaa farm, a arell located ludg
fa* bmur. ao<f jrtxxi residence properties.
Hal! & Oil more. 907 Front rtreet
FIFTY-FOOT LOT BETWEEN
the cable belt. Be'tinj?er A
)fr*ibam.
f' T Tl3 OUT OK TH/C FOG.
1 V. I Bay one of those
nightly Urf* in tlaeea AaaeTuwn for HIOO.
Bettinffer <k Mearhata.
i 1 ~f%n FINE BUSINESS LOT OS
I 1«»H R'» Front street. IIHB Sm
provesneata oa the property. Ea*y terms.
Bettiager A
4RE YOU ABOUT TO BI'ILD A
l\ hoase? Yoa will find yon can save
money by tradiag at Whiton's hardware
store.lKW Front ctreet Small
mean small profits. Don't fotcet it—llo9
Front, between Beneca aad Spring streets.
F)R EXCHASOB~A CYCLOID GRAND
piaao for buildina lot; also diamonds
ronM.iune of lace-pina and rinar*. Address
T. O. S.. thia ofHce.
T>ANTHEON BILLIARD HAI.L, HEAD-
I quarters for Brunswick Balke, Collen
der & Co. Orders takeu for anything in the
billiard or pool line. P. Baninan. a«ent
pVIRY HOUSEKEEPER NEEDS
Jt!i tools, saws, planes, etc.. etc.
i Good toola for little money the motto at
' Whiton'a hardware ato»e, 1109 Front street
<«£IUJUk FOR ALL OF BLOCK ONE,
cI"SW Ladd's addition; easy terms.
| Bettinger A jfearliam.
ASK YOUR FURNITURE DEALER FOR
Birmingham's "Boas"' Bed Lounge;
for durability, comfort and neatness, com
bined with cheaoness. thev have no «nnal
WHATCOM £ilViffh.°2
bav, saitable for platting. BETTINGER A
M EACH AM, M' 11 street.
II \ \ XTC MADE ON FARM LAND
j\ and eity property oa
borrowers
BOYD A FOSTER, 16 Colonial block, Se
attle. W. T. P. O. box MS.
jU ii| FOR EKiHT LOTS IN DENNY
A Hovt's addition. Bettinger
A M each am, 114'< i Mill street.
OTEEL-THE BEST METHODS OF MELT
k 7 iuz iron, malleable Iron. steel, steel
castings, out of cupola., crucible, open
hearth: also mixtures, facincs of the me
tal 1c sketch, figures of building f'om fn--
naces, cupola crucible, open hearth, an
neaiitur c«re furnaces, civen by An .-. Stein,
!<42 North Tenth street. Philadelphia. P*.
KIN ■%>«•!%».
MONEY ro LOAN ON FARMS <KD
cty property—t»y the Weste n F«rra
Mor ease Trust company, room 20, No*
Yesler block. Sea le, W. T. Long 'lmp.
Lowest rates. No delays. Money »u bank
her*\ A. H FOOTE, Manaeer
lITEffTEKM LOAN OFFICE MONEY
▼ » to loau on watehes. diamond* and
jewelry, corner Comxneuial ami Washing
ton streets.
MONEY TO L 'AN «»K IMPROVED
city and fa m property at current rate
of interest No commissions. No delay
whatever iu mak ng loans wben seeurity
Is all rifiht. 1 ransaftions oo pleted In
short time. Rees P. Daniel*. room S, -ittrr
bloek. over Stew art A Holmes drug store.
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOW EST RATE^;
no commission—on Impiwtit busi
ness and residence property it> Seattle;
aiso on improved farms in King county
and down sound territory. Loan* made
promptly and money paid when the Jul*--™
are execnted. FRANK P. I.EE Si CO.,
r«»oni 27, New Yealer hl«wk.
MONEY TO LOAN—ON REAL ESTATE,
chattel morutaceor personal #ecnri;y.
Notes, mortaajf >s. etc., bouirht. G. H. Mil-
LER, IT CO., lis M' i 'trie?, Occidental
BKxk. JylS
MONEY TO LOAN IN SI M- T» SUIT,
upon improved city and farm prop
erty at lowest rates. No delav in elosine
'onus K- UVfoitimhis •*' tr-'lt'
*«•« IKT * V>VM K->
REOCLAK i 'H'NCJL Of -KATTLP
Tribe No. .. I. O R. M . .-eerv Tv.es
day cveninc at * p. rn., in K. of t>. Hal?
Oj>«ra Hou»> block. Visiting brotUct
cordially Invited.
J MITCHELL, Sachem.
I). YOCNO, R
pHItJCM S PRIORY. NO .1 K K A K
I R.. ht Id# its resrular me, flints at
Olive Branch Hail on the first and th'rd
Frtda'- eveolinrs of <<aeh month at 7:Su
O'clock. Vis tin* tacrabcra eordiall*' in
vited. Harold Preston. Ex.lit Prior;
John Waliwe, Reei«trar.
AtfTertlaemeoia undet Slit hi. a »„».!
Found, For Sate. To l*.'< di littuiiom
Wanted will be I::*, rr. 1 a: tie- '*** of 2
cents a word for tfrxt i:\vrziov: 1 ce«:t a
word for each aul>« •-.■ i,\. Pay
ment always la advann*.
The followinglett man awa.Uui* adv.r-
at this orfic t
f K. ~~"TTTf r I» Z
T L If C«»ok
LAND BARGAINS.
I/*!* 14. I s is, 17. IS, blo» k 11, Jackton
s f res t a ldition I- 0.
Rloeks and lil. Fsirview Hoi"teatea<i.
wit"' six :>;!« on l>" ot »ir,-« t. «iuiati<m nn
e*< isi s >a be basitii-sa property.
For hous, »<>u ■ ■mbta street.
llou*e In PsTts a Mltlon, irt'."o.
Five lots in Nort). .-.art e
House of s rooms, lot <m>U3) fee", one
half bl,s-k fro:« Yr-sU r avenue, on side of
#« e*>n<! hit! from >-* v;
lieaattfal lot with v ,w on Lake Wash
in*.»n plateau, one bbx-k fr m cat... ,iu
*t>red ne:thb».-b,*«i eTvr*th-.,< first
c a * IftWo# Mra«.'!ii. >nni *er < .»»h
Fine cor»t-r one blwk from l>ej»»l*»reet,
on IHnnv's se»tt i JU'OO.
HI ck s Nob hid, ex; a s itlX'O;
on time ats per e^rt.
New 4 room house and 50s.:iVt f,•etl.»-*
r-M
Twenty arts on Grs-en lake. ro-U
water front: »»a;> be divided i- to. tm
trs. ls for suburban h • ne». f «>.:
where advertised at
W. F. RICHARDSON,
Rraovad to Dmg Store, Co'oaial Bloek.
FOR SALK.
fe*-t. o»raer Foarth and A»l
»'i"ts lar«- rosi ru « aa4 liver*
•task . *'. re b,rsi s« <♦ . **»f » r
uss e'.- eritv 114.009. half e«*b.
5 VV? *>• h A H*
I- ll *». cash. >a''a:;e* t Tie
""k taereer s aid tioo, on
4 ' ■ -* - » 'v N*rth f».«at Iv aitdi-
C. N<«*!« *-* a Ue »:4i; 00,
jb*«*,*t9i»V '•■»*** *"
T a are at k; • w"a«-1. |r\s>
*. '«■* •**; :vspmre>t, acres
S Ha- > «.»» vf ;■ • !*««■» shi *
EPLCR A WHITEHEAD.
h«»e four m^a music,
o<i Ita books bound aubacan
» at k . Anthony's b:rrei»
Ope a tllocfc-
FOE SALE.
( HOXCE LOTS W
CEITIIL ADDITION
To West Seattle,
AT J4t»oo EACH.
Tfriar one-half eaah. balance three, m.
nine moaths Tbert lota are itrti aad
cieared.
Priet and Loraiien Coasiderfd. it
is the Cheapest Property Offered
Oa the West ride. Lota in other p*rt» «*
the city ranrin* ia price from It?© to »iO,OOO
per lot. Printed matter deaenptive of Se
attle and Washington territory free, Send
stamp for Puget Sound Primer.
LLIIELLYK, DODGE &CO.,
Real Estate and Mining
Brokers and Auctioneers,
ROOM «, I aad «, BOHTO* BLOCK, BaatUa.
At Public Sale!
LOTS IN THE FIRST
RAILROAD ADDITION
TO ELLENSBIRG.
OtrictOT GSS«AL LAKD AGBHT >
S. P. RR. Co.. [
TACOMA. W. T , Feb. 1, ISsP. 5
Notice is hereby given that the S. P. R.
R. Co. will offer for sale at public aartion
on Satnrday. the 2d day of March, I*B9, be
ginning at 11 o'clock a m., the followine
drscribed property owned by *aid com
pany in ihe First Railroad a<ldition to the
cltv of Ellen»bar*. Kittitas county, Wash
iattton territory, to wit:
Blfwas 1 and 3, lots 4 to 8 in block 6;
blocks 7, 9.12. 14, IS, 19: lots 7to 12, block
21; blocks Zi. 24, 25, 27, >aud 29; fractional
blocks A, B, C, D. J and lots 3 aud 4 in
block I». Terms of sale, one-fourth cash,
ba an«s in three equal paymcnia-fonr.
e'ght aud twelve months from date of sale.
Interest on deferred amounts at the r«te of
7 per cent, per annum Sale will be held at
the office of M.aarv Stewart, Wilkinse.-I'o ,
corner of Fourth »ni Hearl street*, Ellens
bur*. W. T Piatsof th- aforesa'd railroad
addition will be found at the General Lanl
Office of th»- N. P. R. R. Co. at Tacuna. W.
T.; at the Immigration Office of the H. P
R R. Co., corner of Pine and First streets.
Po tland, Oregon; at the office «»f SB'wart
Wilkii>s <fi Co., Elieusburg. W T., and at
the office of «. A. Newbery A Co.. Spokane
Falls, W. T. For farther information apply
to P lULBCHULZE, G neral i.aud Agent,
Ta»'oma. W T
Special Bargains!
Kindly Read To-day's Offers
120 feet square na -*»venth street with
two new 12-room, ha-d finished dwelling*,
modem impr vement.-. Price 112,0 0. or
will sell ins de lot and dwelling for s.'-000,
'or comer for ITiXW. Terms, part ca<h, bal
ance on easy terms.
120 feet njnare on Columbia vtreet, near
Havemb, with four fine, ue«, modem, bard
tinUhed, 8-room cottages. r nt*u>: at »30
<a li. Price $12,000, or halt for two. All
i the abo?» property comnrnii fine view o
city and harbor, and in all respect* erst
: claas.
Also
I Two fine lots ia Rows' s cond addition, two
I blocks from station; In cultivation and
planted in fruit tiees. Pr'ce 1225 each.
.J. O. HOZOH'i'H,
Roar of Dexter Horton's Bank.
HAVE YOU me
1 he a' 1 van lazes of Oilman's addition as tbe
best and eheapest pro.ert. In or abou' Se
attle? This it, the terminal proi>erty . f the
Seattle, Ij»-e tHio e A Eastern railway,
which is D>w MIK < f b-eotntuic a link n
ral transcontinental syst m> of road*
Fifteen minntes' ride from Columbia street.
fa re. round rrip. L.i Cf-nts. Trains ,-ver>
hour fro>e this date. All lo's are .'>o faet by
ISO fe**f, being intended for actual u»e, no'
forssle merely. Reside-ico lots from *l7.s
upward: bn*iness lots from s•'*« upward
tt m out and see the street ura iiutt and
other improvements. PrU>es will shortly
be rai>ed, and only a limitrd ntunber of
lots will be sold. Examine this land
For Sale by
JAMES HeREAVV,
At the Law Office of George Doaworth.
over Merchants' National Bank
NOTICE
Of a meeting of the stockholders of the
vllr.soud A Pbiliiirii Foundry Coopany,
fot the i 'of iuereasins the capita.
s;,v-k of eompanv.
N OHCE IS HEREBY (HVFN TO THE
st««rkholders of the AHmond A Phi'
lips Foundry Company, by the under
silmed, a'd of the of sai<l «><» m
paay. that a meeting of said stockholder-,,
will be held at the office of said
company ir the city of s-atth
KiriE county, Wwhington Territ<ir>,
<»n W« dnesday, the v*Tth day of Februarv,
ivss, at II oVli>ck in "he forenoon of said
iiav. for the purpose of incnasitu: the eap
ital stoek of sai-t comiianv fn»tn its pre*
ent amount of IJO shares of|iooea«hfs 12.000
to 1000 shares of SIOO each {sloQ.ort} All
st,x tl olden are requested to be present
( HAS H. AIXMOKD,
W. R. PHIiXIPS.
Trtistees of raid ASimood A Phillip*
Foundry Co.
I>r.tei Seattle, v> T.. J->v>.
ASSESSMENT ROLL
Rainier Street Grade.
NOTICE I» HEREBY GIVES THAT
the ass, a-rne.it toll for tbe gr-di k O*
t ai< ierstretu from P»-n w street t«> Ye«
• r atenti". and ronstru :nn a st«le wn kon
ls>?h si »-> thereof. ! a- ii tiled w rh 'he
ua l r«igne<l, C erk i f the City of eeaMir.
an I furUier n. ue* is hereby given thai
said r«*lt is op -• to tablk lostwtios at
the »15(v of said Cierk, : the »*itv Haii.
and wiilr in Iti c-r» J» 'or h:*pe<- K>fii until
FHIDsY, MARCH is:. ISSJ,
\? 7 MiiVin » «». m . it- d that afl j» rs«> s
feelinr thessel*ea a> gri vi=«l mi »u h
•ss asm ent ir=«tv ap ■ r t«» th Common
Cutnoi of «a d <* t> to ha,"t' th>- *-* me c »-
r. ctedoti -aid '»< l. IvPt -t 7 !»»o>l«r»
r>. t»» . atthviri o«inci!C''* s'rr.is'BsC It
11*15- Wf H FORRCtiT. l»-rk. "
of first t»*'b'i- a' or. K« h It.
BIOS WANTED.
|> ? l»s WILL BE RECErVED CNTU
I > ■i -• d»'. - i.r:>'■ r i
the f.diwwo jt 'a'lor on Frieke A l»«»»e> a*i
dii ai— tint Hit <ji > att e. tug about
a re»
fis- Rem*i' lag all trees ,i »s than «,oe
foot m <5: aEw-' e'
Ser-vud— ReatavtbCall trees and under
brush
Third—Clearing and grnbb ne.
Parties w shiea to n-«»r »•; * may get
• is. * <!••«»-;-ptio;; o' tbe
fv*arry AOwens,risii <sa£ •r- S»wY-«
br oek Itvrrtgfe' ;■> r>— - *.-■< ♦,,.. t
any aud all U4s GRu. M. V.\s 1» KFV
' a 1;-' ?v -vm > < k
BiDS WANTED.
Hirw WILL re RECEIVED I VTIL
tai'S'lay, F» bimn JS, ls»»,«, for ebar
»« Wa ar-es 'n tbe tvum a Hon a »lt'U>n
<«.t!i.- of Ma n', . rutins N#
nak bd- n»ay <*: on LH. *4* fE Ai o
a&y a- ti a-1 caa*.
1. H. ORlFF»t«l AO*.
JA?A& bazaae..
3® UIU> AAF-tAESg ti itUKs
r<■«««•; ee-1 ?'.<■ T. Japan
arns« Aw . t*eoAd ru j \n% ~
tA#. r-*tn« Lent &« -Joag, Fmat
HARRISON
HEIGHTS
.
LAKE UNION'
\
Magnificent View
OF-
XxA-ICIE CITY.
Three Lines of Transportation
EVERY HOUR.
FIRST —By Steamer "Latona,' connecting with Lake
Union street cars every hour, landing at Haller's
Wharf at foot of addition.
SECOND —By Seattle, Lake Shore & Eastern.
THIRD —By the old reliable route, "Waukenphast."
By this last mode of traveling you can start from
our office every five minutes.
LOTS, 50 2C 110.
PRICE, $125 TO sl7s^
Terms to Suit Customers.
CALL ON"
GOULD & MOORE,
j SAFE DEPOSIT BUILDING,
Over Merchants National Bank.
SCHWABACHER BROS. & CO.,
vtSCORPORATKD}
Importers and Strictly Wholesale Dealers in
GROCERIES, HARDWARE, IRON AND STEEL,
BUILDING MATERIAL, MINING and BLACK
SMITHS' TOOLS, FARMING IM
PLEMENTS, ETC, ETC.
Compare our Prices with either lan .Francisco or Portland. Printed Price
Lists mailed on application.
SCHWABACHER BROS. A CO. (tjcronr'n )
ROSENFE LD - SMITH CO.,
SUCCESSORS TO L. K. C. SMITH)
IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF
and Tobaccos, Merchants Goods. Pipes, Cutlery, Stationery, ait.
Mill «trwt, r#»i««r-l.»»r) Rallriiug, Seattle, W.
u4e» inl# Mcnf* for the Flo? de Madrid Key West dram.
Z. C. MILE 8,
sarrMaor to WaddeH A Miles , Wliaieaale and Retail Dealer la
RIMES, (DDL PARLOR i\l) BOX STOVES.
Ordcra from the coTanrty wtiici'e l and satisfaction gmaranteed.
trive us a call ami look throogh owr immense i»t<x>lt.
wt'l -!.»»«!.. W. T
LOWMAN & HANFOKD S. P. CO.,
SOLE AGENTS FOB
\kmk Hamlin Jk (DF PACKARD
ORGANS, ORGANS.
*ni' o'ber Pjmt.w. u \< «.{e»' fT>«>r'im-T>ts. Front an 4
Public Sale of Real Property.
VTOTK'E IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
i s tbe under*i|fue«i executors of the last
will of lam-s Crawford, din easeil by an-
I thority of said wiK, will sell at pahlie aac
tk>ti at Srattir Clngeoanty, washin«t«>n
I territo/y in f'on'of the Ptnret Hound Xa
, riooai t>auk. in Occidental square, on
HATI ao*Y, TH* STH PAY oi> MASCH,
A. I> I«^>.
tjecrianinc at the t.our of !1 o'eh « k a. m of
•aid .lay. ail tbe right, title and interest
wbii h the said Ja'nes Crawford ta i at <he
t;me «d hisiteath. and which t is e»tate ha<
Mure a <jalre<i by oper.tion of Irw or »«fc
j erwise In and to the follow mc described
i real property, viz.:
err* FSOPKBTY IS .<K*rrtK.
| I. lot 4, bio«-k *l. in D s. Msynard'splat.
1 Lot A bio« k •'i. in ,lndkins' addition.
!■»»!> s and #, block €. ia Northern ad-
I dniua.
t Lots U and 32, block lt», in llanford's
addition.
iot SC. M Naught's extension to Jad
kin*' addition.
8. Tbe north half of lot 4, in block SO, C.
1> Bo'en s addition.
7 Ailo bi< ek» I and 3in Bellevae addi
tion, exi'ept ltH 11, block No I.
* Aleo a tract co3»menein< 4 ehaina 79
iiiilt mirth of tiW. ctifnef of *E. «»f «>ee.
4, tap St S., r. 4 1., theuf- east ■ ebains,
ticaiT north 4 chain-, 75
we»l .> chains, thence s->«ih t tkaiti, 74
inks to place of tweilining, b,'iGit also
know uas tfie W of A bee tr's third ad- |
uitioa
I»LS>& COCXTT.
Lots S, 4 an ! 5 in sec. IS, fwp 29 N . r. 2 E.
A:«k», at tee same time and piaes.-, the an
d*'signed, a- t4misi«trsU«n of the co- j
partnership e«*at«of « rawfoPd A Harrin»- i
ton, wid seii all tbe right itie a-»d int- r
< « whl< h aa.4 flras bad at the dav of the
sleat o' »*jd Jsm % s Crawford, i and U>
tt>«; f diuw nit dtfceribed l>r>'Mrtl, *il
1. ?h«- aad th- N >, f Nr. » of
f * and lot* i 8 and ti au.i 'he S of '
th- SE of see. *3 iu twp. S .t.Jt, jn
Ktna nmjiits (
2 Ine N K : 4 oftKe NE and lata 3 and
4 f >«-<•• it, twp JB N . r iW W. kof
-* v \ «vf *ec .4, twp .0 n,r. '2 *
Term-. *f *ale. I* j*-r eeot o»h at time of •
'* 1 baiaaee apoo de}t*« ry fdcs d nh-a
:«>» thrna'ter F'>r further I4trt*. a ary
a l' \to the unders jtu of to H• i. r_truve
muvsusf f»r tbe estate
A A i'ENNY.
V X PRfcFOVTAINE,
Kteea:nr» o' »i ' a:.d Adm.i..s?ra!ors
..f -a d«M4 nt rsfctp.
tl r.. Feb M.
GEO. M. VAN DOREN,
liK.YI. KS TATi;.
32 and 63 So -to- Siork,
-uruL w T.
Te'epb'We P O. Bex
r araaa a sneota'ty Con«ai>ccxlener ia
nted d-w *
Successor* to
H. W. BAKER Sc CO..
Real Estate Agents,
707' : F&O9T ST. Poncin Block
(irav & Clavworth
V t
Hold this week some.
EXTRA FINE CHANCES.
Front Street Property -A Very
Important Business Lot. No
bet t-r iu ttie ra*?k»?t.
REMUNERATIVE INVESTMENT
A Block of 12 Jots, close to cable line,
<-ommai><iing uninterrupted view of lake
»iid mountains HtrjoQjr wmiimended
A SPECIAL BARGAIN.
Four beauUf»liy !ocat><4 lot* pear ( able for
st««, the msrket value being $ u>a lot
FIVE ACRES net? How' addition,
v.r ADDITIONS, BLOCKS
and LOTS.
♦©•am- ?ra'*?s, l&acre tract*. S-arr-i tract*.
lua>d. «n ! outside lots iu every direction
carefully selected.
3USINESS LOTS
I W' I-rest p.*itjon« from SIOOO to
SIOv.OOO, improved aad unimproved.
FARMS ARD RELINQUISHMENTS
of the choicest aad cheapest lot* at
<'Nt Seattle.
\'*o very desirable lota at
SMITH'S COVE.
We continue the management of the
popular i
PALATINE HILL ADDITION.
This property compriae* the cho"-e*r and
building lot* In the market; thr
IP*atest nitnrto for f>rofli e»«n upon tbelr
prvamt merit* alone, but upon the con
struction of the liar* *rd »t Lake Wash
ington thea»* lo's will increase iu value |
*oad the 'Titmi ..anguine tipeeiaikot
Even &»* the aid is son is In the router of
t - maun fa tnria* district surr».nd»d b%
fa/forte* and 1> leg «t the »ait water rate- I
was of »be canal e, ach<<r>ihuQ*e >
puh tc ha ml r«-ad depot <>n the property ,
| oatr IS minute* fr »m the cits bv the H. I. !
,8 4K K K., which roti» hourly tllw at
19r; fo a<sd!ti*n to which the new mof.»r ;
;<n»- ;s about In be constructed to tbe prop, i
tr* f.-e* * |sft, npwa da
FIVE AND TE» ACRE TRACTS
In asd nt ar to the
MAPLE LEAF ADDITION.
Wr are * Sling land here on# third -
cheap*-. - "Jtaa t» e attuning owwa in »
**erjr direction Cl«w to be «-:rci» railroad -
aa the lake T>«e laod ?«** weii. r<h s.ii,
for rr«rk, ? . ardefrug. l».fa land ''
u+Xf spnfi* *tis »*J! per WH at the prte.- ;
now a-k«-. J per acre. Pri» # f;osu p tr
at re upward*.
CRAY a CLAYWORTH,
707S Front St.
DINNER AND TEA SHJ
CHEAP. \
Everybody wants a Dinner or Tea Set, and we
arranged prices so that all can afford
to have them.
NOTES KDICD M ILL SETS FOB TIE MT TO
Com* Early, before the Best Bargains are gone.
N". Oliilloerg Son, !«««*,
. t He»ttl«, W. T.
CANTON CLIPPER PLOWI
MITCHELL WAGONS. g
HARRINGTON" & SMITH
HATC jut received direct from the manuf«cturer« U C*aton, m..
Tie Largest aid Best Varied Stock of Ron ait Hanm
Ever offered <»n the Sound.
The Canton Clipper plow ha* gained a national reputation for durability
eellenoe of make, and Harrington A *mith an aole agents in Seattle. Then my* 2
arrived
TWO CARLOADS OF MITCHELL WAGOH&
Both heavy and light, direct from R*cin>r, WU. Intending purchase** will do art
to call and Inspect onr utork.
MY PRICES HAVE NO EQUAL
W. R. GALLAGHER
Successor to J.lfred Snvler.
Agent for the W. F. Izett Star Bu :ter. Also I sell the Silbcrhon LariL
' Bacon and Hams, which have no equal
I am agent for the California Quito Oil, the only pure oil sold.
I carry a line of Staple and Fancy Groceries, and will compete wife m
! competitor in my line.
I am the only Wholesale and Retiiil Seed Merchant west of the Bothr
; Mountains.
Send for price list of Groceries and Seeds. '
W. B* GALLAGmiB.
Grocer and Seed Merchant, 706 Front street. Seattle* V. t,
TELEPHONE NO. 110. 1 %
ALBERT HIANSEN, ■
—mini l*—
Watphes. Diamonds and J«welij
■ »<*»••♦ fni' vt»« riiitn»t'-o
3TEINWAY PIANOS,
t ■■■ ' . ■
And «>th«-r JKirwt-oliw*# Makm of >ra»a»
VESUER BLOCK. FRONT STREET.
INSURA NCEI
15 ALL ITS BBlffCai*.
F*ire, Marine, Life and iVccidenU
TAYLOR 4 BURNS, Agents, 1
Do an Exclusive Insurance Business, representing 20
companies, the best in the world, Prompt
payment of losses.
£tefer to any of 01 r old customers.
•»#«• ID ftotler*« It eliding. Jinoi ttrMt, flnaltla
LEVY BROS,
IXPOKTKBS Alt JOBBU» OF
Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes, etc., etc.
HAVANA, KEY WEST AND DOMESTIC CIGAML
113 Commercial street. Meattle. W. T-
P. a—Fine Imported Havana and Key West Clears A SPECIALTY.
WM. H. HUGHES
Printing Company,
SEATTLE, W. T.
All kiuda of hook aad Job work { COLUMBIA STRUT,
' | Oppoeltr Knrlne Ho—> W* L
J. SCP £RAM,
Stoves and. Tinware
COMMERCIAL STREET, SEATTLE.
f»H >"iTlnr *«..» da tn thitf lln*
Fmeasm 1 u -b6S
TIIK HEHT QUALITY.
You can bujr the most of, for the least money, at
O. W. Lynch. & Co's,
Commercial Street. Seattle.
MORAN BROS.
Iron Flounders find Machinists,
AND DKALEitK IJi
Mil. and nte«nboat Engineers' snjt. lea. Iron, Braaa and Copper Pipe aad FltttaiK
Steam and WaWr Braaa «ooda Machine Rolu, Cop Het and Lu rtcrvwa, sseaai «
Hand Paw pa, Hoae Packing and WaaU': Cylindtr ami --ther Lubricating Otle; 9tmm
«. . w beating for public and private bulldinga.
We bare tne mcw <>ompfeu ; pipe cutaiur and thn*<im« mmeMinvtf north of SM
fram:iac<y i*nd aud marine e.oginea, und ai) kiuda of caa<htnef7 baiitandlfr
T>air.«i We have na hajad and for i*le low, secoud-band englnea and boUenk
HaOroad oTenao frrnrnm*- Sot tfiS
THE SEATTLE CARRIAGE & WAGON WORKS,
yir SOUTH THIRD HTKICKT,
to Benton & McKlunon.]
Having purchased the whole a« J entire btackamlthiug r>ualueaa Beoao* A
Xckiuoou, we ititend iu the n. ar futaro to enlarge an i . xtetid our farUitlea, >Uid »M<»
conspteted will h« tbe only complete carriage and wai;on work* In the city. *•
make a specialty of line carnage aod trimming Pricoa as rvaaonaWeaaMW
in e city. Try us and be couvinc»-d.
Va.nwa.rt Broa. M. MoTai.k. A.
N. ARMSTRONG & CO.,
Liverv Hack and Sale Stable; Managers of Seattl#
Transfer Company.
Tnrti<«ttt». *'rt!»r« 11 llwl at My hoar d«f *r
«i ■ M«>n »wrt >*» t»»»* *T*+tA
SEWING MACHINES!
LOWMAN & HANFORD STATIONERY & PRIKTIMG CO,
AKeiit* for ue teufcnhl
White, Standard and Davis Sewing Machines.
Mich flfr* •<# <1 cu vi i*»i Ji tut*, mgthn- * ffii'ie . it) lot
«i» <«, fOKVEK \HV< MITHKY ?|j
T. R. PUMPHREY,
(iESTRIL FftE»*BW.Wi ill CfiHHISXIM MEHIIST.
Gr*So. Hay, fMaidet aa4 C*JiforoJ* fW. HOVH A ht«<IALTY, C«Ba*MT»»««® §
OmlSlif Atiendnt u«. /
Railroad Avenue, Between Mill sine W&ithlfteton Streets, &•••"
tie, W. T.
M. MoT«i K k.

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