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"• I*"1I *• mmOm fsr sueb u Jmgal notices. rssclatlons or other «.ae *t| j—iiitiii iiwf wtU be charged at tba dgngbtsr. JOHNSON—The funeral of CTinut Jbhn son will tnfca pmm at Battirwarii's nndertaklng MM tbta afternoon at 1 a Clock, under the aiMjbjl of Keystone Ladge.Mo. S A ft tTW.. and (be Ma lam—aat la Mount wvwwem *• m rvauc. Tba public Is harMy warned Mt to pn* MT •oner to smUm representing to bs agents of Mm Seattle Pom-lat*iHgeoo»r. «ioept tba toUonrfas. wba are the nosy authorised annta of tba Post- J§nann sad C, SL Pack. Tbls does aot apply tn MMt agent* of this poper wbo are laoated tn various «iUsa gad Ui>a la tba North./ *!, nor to psstsßaatara. via are la alt tees *o tbortaad to tafca prtscrhnlons for the Daily, Sunday A p o*j. -In:> .- Adesrtlsan dmlrtag dtsplar adsertlse- M—U illfor tba BwuiMy Issue most Sand ta copr brio olock SaturOay to to ' mr * AdrsrttsaeHats under tba bsad of Lest. PmhmL Far Sbia. for Bast aad flttoauoa* Wanted will bs laaertsd at the rate of 1 awl a word Mgfc lMsrtlon. Payment sl avaya In adranas- Mo advartlsement re- Mlwi far Mm ttsa » caats. SKmOMna buslniaa eflßoe ef the ■iet-lateUleseaar Is open until II ». m.. fCW bQUWL » a. m. to i:J» p. »• and » |» l p. t._ CBMBtted advartlaemenU will lam •FTT •AFF* ' FT —TBS —PR~ , g y* * i if, - HAi KSMMRI OF Ittsnd tbe funeral of Brothir Clement T lfflß Tr^"- 1 which will take PA vurtArx. nr SSIS WASTMP ■ll jr MWUF VAIIIII *■■!■■ WAMTKO-Obrl tor gwsaral housework, must spsak Oerman and Engttsh. Apply German rsstauraat. University and Railroad avenue. WANTED A competent girl to do general housework: must understand cooking; food wage*. Apply 1W Fifth avenue, corner Pike. WANTED—A pleasant girl to take care of baby. Address Mrs. Nordhoff, south east corner Fifth and Battery street*. WANTED—GirI for general housework; small family, no wsshlng: German pre forrsd. 1117 Washington street. WANTKD- A girl for gotaral housework. tM Brosdw*y. MAITITI SMCQSP-MASP ("LOTHIVO WITTENBEIUI 114 West Main, pay* blgbsat cash prices for second-hand clothing. Call or send postal, Immediate attantloa will be glv*o. |F YOU HAVE any sect nd-hand clothing, call or send posts! to the Soldier Second- Hand Store. Sid Washington street. WARTMD—MMCKLLAJKOtI. ,W ANT Kl> Every bualreaa man who is MUiou to oloae oat bla atock of mer dkudlM Immediately for rath to aend •Mikm. with amount of atock on hand aM price waated. to Quick Saks*. Fo,«t bimiwotr WANTKT>—Tbe paaple to know tbat w* gtva tit* prompt eat and yutrkest messen ger aervlc# In Seattle; ring the O K bos. or telephone Main ISO Seattle Mm •anger Co., <R4 Second avenue. aror WANT MONEY; I want household gooda and furniture of all klnda. f bave the cash; you bay# the furniture Ad dreea Furniture. car# Post-Intelligencer and wa ran maka a trad*. FANTEIV- A second-hand piano; must ba • good make, and In first-clans con dtttoa. Address statin* terms and length of ttme It ran be leaacd for. C- E.. Poat-Fntelllgencar pTANYttfV-Rollar. t* to frhti* complete; alao S.WO to t.H*d feet dry kiln pipe, with track and fl*ture* complete; must be in food condition and cheap for rash. A. S . ear* Foat-Intelligencer. HrANTEO--AH kinds of se,-on>l bar. 1 household goods and atoves will pay ' ntgbeat eawh price Holder Second-ll.tnd Star*. Sit Waahlngton street. rARTEIV Stoeks of merchandise house bold fcmßure realattrant ontp., #t< . . blgbeat cash prloea. Rlrkertott A Royle. ltn First avenue WANTE!>~Se-»nd-h*nl stra-„ endne. two to elg boraepower. Ad ir*-»« «tat!ng etc.. E. H HclerU<n, >; imunds. W A VTEO- Cortlwood In vi» T -< i »>t <-ord lota Apply to R R. l»rnt«m-md. Com mercial dock. tPANTRP To buy P''> r mining claim A Ffsk. Ro<*m t* - b!o,-k roii nwrr-awar*. FOR RKN'T ||oti*«, now fta*> • flw* tn nil |wr»# of t.K*> <rO> Pt.wMf Umt *n<l C\4Mctk»« <>. * tl->* wrelt klpt-k T»!»phoim, B«4 Wt. row v'• \ • '• >».*•: «<* ' v r<vm>» for h«M J romp ton A Oo rv«o>o» ? *»1 £ IV*TM» Nock, ; 1 m ?wf FOR H f'NT «*t* »rui «t v*« tn ai» 1 .vAiion. fiomttb- Brnt *r>«t Oi*lS*c- Hw «>mrv!«n*. n*>w 4 is<mh!»*i» W<vk FOR ItK VI r formr o< r»«v«»n!Ji *n,* Oh«-rry ArHr to J ¥\irth »t Pound N»t?<ww*i K*«k FOR KKVT Newiy p*r#r«M rtv* <w« hots** Inqwtr* »i City laundry. ct«r?i«4 Fourth aiul Plk* T'» RKNT nswt rfttmgr* *il kv. <atfe*t>* Wi: »*r.i I*. Jl*rr*.-r Hon on lUnli b.SVtne *\>R KKVT <iOO.| ftO! IM» *t m-virru# ttw>t WH) -m N K«W«M 336 N*« T.v* fclwk FOR HKVT-r*irtil#h#<l *-rc**m t'lU t(:rt Si» m. rok>m !* tttttltraa bU k W® HE..NT— A* liark« ,y? I FOB llE?T~Seukil MUM. F *;» tecvad. WBiTBR-Ferrtrttel mn»» for house kceviac. Ratnler Mock, Second r. i. ro« am mwi FOR famished room*. MMrUhr K*n*rtaWe. for UmlttM; hg*t hr>«sekeeptng permttt«*l. terma reason »bk. N<w tnrta Wrti block. central; Marion and Thtrd atrnw W)ft RKXT- Bopntly furnished mm; R and upward* hath*. i«'»b t-jrmt. Ho tel Ftrjuaw. Front and Seneca. Mr* KervMMM, proprietr*** Furaiabe* rooms for Mfh! hoowkfr;?l^< FOR RENT—Neat. rle* n. comfortable fur nl*hed roocaa. alw boo«l««ptiii room*. reaeonaM* prices. mno-rn. improve asem* excellent lortinjr. Normandy. Third and James. OKKMASU HOUSV-Newty furnUb*d rooms. IS and upward* double pnrton. hay window*. bgth. **&, Columbia freer. bet Thtr'i H n<l Fourth avenue* FOR REXT-f/tw rooms fumbhwJ for hou**k*«-ptnr t ftn< view; quiet; home lib- pta'-e; < jnm* jr.. no car car fare. 1M S>.»wart. c*jtr>+r S*">nd street. FOR p<XT Furr4*hM re'<m*. a!*o nmi»k^r,| n|f rooms. steam heat; ele- T,t,>r Epter Wick room 4*. B»<~w><l FOR RENT—Furnleherf flat of four room* for hotuekr*j!lß(; grow n't flour; ®#Wrn. 891 Washington street FOR RENT- Beautiful!? furnished room*. Hotel Vendom» Front street, between I nhfrrtty find Union. FOR RENT Furntsbed room*; al«o housekeeping room*, at the Weed house. First avenue FOR RENT single and housekeeping room*, unfurnished. IS»» Fifth, one block from Pike, FOR RENT—Flr*t-cla** furnl*h*d rooms. Sch*u<erman blwk Front and **herry. F« »R ft KST—Voar unf«rnl*hed room* for housekaeptng. «# Columbia street. TE KEN! L WORTH INN: fumtsaad rooms: steam heat. 111S Front FOR RENT-Thre* furnished housekeep ing rooms. XlHa Front FOR RENT—Rooms: The Russell; steam heat; private hath*. ABBOTT HOUSE Third and Pike: neatly furnished rooms. FOR RENT-Furnished suite*, with bath. The Arlington. For RENT—Housekeeping rooms. 403Vfc Pike *treet. I —— I FOR RENT—Furnished room. 414 James ! street. ROOMS ASD BOARD. FOR RENT—Two pleasant rooms, with board, gas, hatb and utm of piano. 90S Fifth avenue. OR RENT—Desirable rooms wltl board; fine table Mrs. Baker. Third ai.d Mar ton streets. FOR. RENT—Furnished room, with hath, gaa; first-class table board. 137 Fifth, near Pike. FOR RENT—Pleasant rooms: fine table; low prices, till First avenue. PRIVATE BOARD, with or without room. MM Third svenue. IISIMRM CHANCES. WANTED—Every bustnen* man who la anxious to close out hi* stock of mer chandise Immediately for cash to send address with amount of stork on hand and price wanted, to Quick Sales. Post- Intelligencer. ONLY IJOO—For good paying, nice res taurant; location good; rent cheap; liv ing room* in rear; the place for man and wtfa to make money. Hall, &4 Ep ler block. BUSINESS CHANCES—AII kinds; hotels, lodging-houses, restaurants, grocery, cigar, tobacco and fruit stores in town and country Hall, hi Epler block. FOR SALM-REAL ESTATE. FORCED SALE~Bix water front lots on Lake Union, three blocks north from the Third street car barn, also eleven de sirable r>*Hidence lots, two blocks east from the lake: must hf sold. John P. Dorr 41 Co.. room A Bailey building. LOGGED OFF LANDS in Mason and Thurston counties, excellent fruit land easily cleared and nicely xituated for farms: favorable term*. Tacoma Mill Company. Tat-oma. Wash. FOR SALE—'Beautiful 2 and 5-acre lota on water front or car line, close to th* rtty: very cheap. George Dorffel. 118 Haller block. FOR SALE—Choice city and farm prop- SB, &V: DORR * * FOR BALR—MISCELLANEOUS. FOR PALL—On* of th* bf>l IwlKinit houses In the city: consisting of 25 n>oms; doing a good business; antral location; will l*» wold on reasona bin terms. as owntr J# compelled to leave city. Address l.odger. Poai-Intelligen- Irr FOR SALE -Cigar store on leading busi ness street; well stocks. A 1 fixtures; private reasons. Apply 5 and « Ocdden tal block. IS m FOR PAI.K sl''". the furniture of <>l* ri*>m« Including vapor hath; bouae for rem nine rooms* In ail; owner 111. Third avenue F(il SALE—RIght-horae N->ller; almost new; cheap, Loggers" Supply Store. 124 Yesler. NEW HOME MACHINES—Con Oepfert. HIT First avenue, FOR SALE Fur carriage robe 11<* West Marlon street. FOR SALE—-Old newspaper*. Apply at this office. rnK SALB—I.ODGHG HOI *K». FOR WAI I". 1 •■o.lairtK hon.-e 23 roMJ* centrally located doing good busin AS, a snap Apply Bkkerton A Royle, *~n First avenue MI«I Kl.i »M:OI «•. THE ENTIRE SAI.VAC.E STOCK of the steamer Vmatßla. <r>n«tst)«R of dry K«»od«. carpeta, hoots an<l shiv* , lo»h« tng. and. l?* fact, a complete stock of all kinds of merchandise, s <ll be nlaced on Tuc*- ilav. November Stth In the Seattle National Rank buliding -.rner Yealer *•> and O,- -l-t.-ntal sve ue Come and see (he bsrsat^# \« »\\ ■!* THE TIME to ex.- \our coal atove fi'r an improved air tight beater Mseiln takes in exchange oM uvk -r hea*i»\g s'.-« ■ » ->. v Fir-«* m OLI* PAPERS for »at* at 'he buaineaa office of tteis pgpar. ;;V per bundle apv.it %t iorni>. o'>Mf>"»S!"-'loN - m r-*rell o».ioh-*n. tie.«vter or loes primer **:-r>s on th-« fo|. loairt «tt- K--'. N nvareil m.n tor net e*.*eed' !J eir.« p!,-a brevier, not eat-#a«l!ng It - m- atca. long primer, not *ge«rd;ng SI f»» w.-#. Special ttrma on large order* A.ilrFfeat-lntalll* gr~ -er Seattle, SPECIAL 1N FORM ATt ON OAILY to manuCactar«r* b*i»sne»« h. s»e* und public m*» by the Pfti» CUpptni; Ru r*an tAllen"a> l*r!<~>n b'-xk Portland Or nrMo% kt.it the wasmivit v \\\*v works n-BBvej to "! South T* '.rd street, wpetasra. Th y R'»n jf»et «re only HK>-ai*N.ug "irtei car f>"!Mkr In the mar ket Tt.e ity o*«nrii t« to »-«: i *!>>> r.vemc.ite tt M Rsnr* Man.»cer M«-aap\«.r* aERVtrr. KINO THE Ob HOX Tor -a. W eatern Faton a«.l Orrst Northern tele gram*. hack*- g- if n«vs an.) . e\. re *a wagon* iju»ck r-er-\tc» Telephone M.tin I*- «J4 Secocd. Briach Faviflv iry. FtSASCSAU WtKIWTUrE r/)AS#tn snr amount, at iho Jowe«t ra<« tn tht ctty. on tmpwHl tn»WJk property tn Seattle; «i«»»y on band far mmU loans, large kwrt* flwfd <Way John P. Dorr 6 <"o . root* A Bailer boiMtng. NETHERLANDS-AMERICAN Montage bank. 8. Eben* £ 0> agents. Olympic Meek mak** i'~aa> to any- amount on improve* tns*d<* property and farm*. No <i*lay and lowest rat**. AM OFFERING sit the property of W. C. Htl! e*tste. cen«lsttng of city lots, scre *** brick yard. etc.. at private sale. William H. Lewis, administrator. Stt Washington block. Ssft.«»«w ABSETS—Mutual Benefit Life loan* money Ifull value) on Its potH»«. Angus W Young. ll» Washington block. LIBERAL ADVANCES on watches and diamond* a? low rates. Uncle Joe Loan OffVe SIT ger*tvl, Occidents! block. WARRANTS WANTED-State. county, school VVm D Perkin* A Co.. W New York Block. Seattle. THE THOMAS INVESTMENT <"O.. rooms 4 snd 5 Ocrld»rital block, mortgage loans and ft re Insurance. COMMERCIAL PAPER bought and money loaned. Perrot A Perrot. Pioneer building. HERBERT S UPPER makes loans tm fa*Tns and timber land. 1? Srheuerman block. JAMES BOTH WELL, loan* and Insur ance. 2S Boston block; telephone. Main 409. TO LOAN Money long or short time. William P. Harper. Dexter Horton hanlc. LEE A BOWDEK, financial and insur an<* ag»nt*. Horton bank building EUREKA LOAN OFFICE-14W Second, corner Pike. LOANS— Short time. Crowley, 31 Hinck ley Mock. LOANS—lmproved real estate. 31 Haller block. LOANS—Llewellyn. Ward A Hardin. Sl9 Third. PEGMFAL FOR THE NEXT TEN DAYS AT*COST —Trimmed and untrimmed hats. tip*, upright plumes, fancy feathers, wings, birds.- chenille braid Golf and Tarn O'Shantvrs at 25 and Sft cents. M. Gal lagher 1012 Second avenue. NEILS MARTIN, from Bergen. Norway, also second mate of ahlp Creed more, will be st Port Biakeley for two weeks and would liks'to meet his two cousins, daughters of Peter Landaas, of Ber gen. Norway. FOR SALE—A large aaaortment of high grade pianos and organs, new and sec ond-hand. at low prices and on easy terms. Sherman, Clay A Co., Tls Second avenue. PERSONAL—A gentleman of 86 wishes to meet a respectable young lady under 36; object, friendship; possibly, matrimony. Address Arthur C.. care this office. PERSONAL—Gentleman of refinement would like to correspond with lady of means with view to matrimony. W. S. J.. Post-Intelligencer office. MRS. MONELL. complexion and hair specialist Superfluous hair removed without Injury. Rooms 14 and 15 Downs block. Second avenue. MRS. L. HUDGIN. artistic modiste. Washington block. Is making a specialty of elegant tailor-made suits this season. Prices reasons hie. THE SEATTLE STOVE MFG. CO.-1008 First avenue. The Columbia, the beat air-tight stove tn the market. Every stove guaranteed. SEATTLE WOOLEN MILL CO.-All wool Mackinaw coats, pants and blankets for miners, prospectors and loggers. 1119 First avenue. WANTED—Second-hand piano: good make. Address C. E.. Post-Intelligencer. STOVE AND RANGE REPAIRS, all kinds. 410 Yesler. F. DANlEL—Merchant tailor, removed to SO? Third. MARRIED LADIES, try "Seguro." rOIRD. FINE PURE WOOL UNDERWEAR. ONE DOLLAR PER GARMENT. KELLY. THE UNO' Kvw DEALER. FIRST AVE. Between Union and University Sts. MEN'S WINTER GLOVES In great variety and excellent values, also mittens for your feet. THE ENTIRE SALVAGE STOCK of the Umatilla. confuting of dry good* carpets. boot a and shoes. cloth ing and. In fart, a complete stock of all kind* of merchandise, will be placed on *ale Tues day. November l«th. in the Seattle National Rank building <-«m<-r 1 es'er v and Oecidental *\enue tome and ,«<-• the great bargain* FOFND —That the Company ran deliver packages and mess ages satisfactorily and cheap Ring O. K box. or trt'photi* Main 15rt FOfNtv Police patrol *hoe*; an ox. el lent shoe for wiwr wear; made from mule *kiu. rhart»o|s Ined price $.>,50. R Aberr.ethy, «S Pike street. BARGAINS In unredeemed watches, dia mor-i*. sealskin* and mualral instru ments. t'nete Joe Loan Off'.' •». 517 Sec ond 1/iNPOS 1/>AN OFFICE Money loHne<l on valuable*. watches, diamonds and Jewelrv ins South Third. LACE OBTAINS and blanket* laun d'-eed good -is new Mrs Mosher. 3SIO Front FtH'ND -TblrO nile* adrift Owner ap ply on brig R!ike)e\ at West Seattle I.ovr. LOST OR STOLEN T'» fn* ternrr Jack." reward to any one returning him or whereatv-wta to g n iMvtdaoa, at Hotel Northern LOST- An opport'.jnltv to hs\e their m<a -age.- dcbveresl promptly nd oh*«ply bv all peoph who fall to rsi j| gu^-. r.r-.l avenue, or r the «"» K ho*. LOST- Rla-a si *ulfl fipia whi'o spot ov hrc «* R-turt- t.-. •: M.-Clatre street reward AICTIOS. A* ~rj<"V SAT.E On Th irsdav Novem ber ?« at r# o'clock sharp at our sa!e*- roATss lit* F r»t aven>»e a f .ill line of household furei'ure article® t.»o n imer w» to meatlOß terms raah n( » r+*rrx* Seattle Auction. Storsg* * Commis-toa Co. STORAC.r. STORAGE and Otatr'.buting Warehouse, «l»» Occident* aver ae. J C Readman Telephone U*!n Ift SEATTLE STOR AOE~ AND CC-MMIB - Company UIS Frort ICE AHD COLD «TOR%t;r. : VM N ' ' AN I S RA-.E Compony f<x* T'nk>r «rreet manufact t:res cry»s*l ice from distilled water lADCkT AKFRa. BFTTERWORTH A ~S» »N S undert"a and embalmer*. comer Third avenue and Pike TeVej heme. Ptke WIRE. IIM» HtIRK A>U PLATllli. PACIFIC RAILING AND PLATINO col Hi Lsioa. TH* SEATTLE FOOT-DrrELLiCEMCEK TPESPAY. NOVEMBER 17, IB9S. pyraicTASS AID «m«Bon t»R FLEISCHER. Dejtsrhe srts. spe cialty. surgery and geni'o-unnary dt*- Office. Oottstetn Mock. I>R J J BTURGUS. New Tork building Phone. Red 171. DR HASELL. M R C S. England. SU Washington Ndg. Telephone. Main «1- DR SARAH KENDALL. Holyoke block. Telephone, llreen sl. DfT ANNIE RUSSELL. 88-27 Roxwell W<v*k DETTtm oiso w PRAGDON. D D. 8.. 1-J Starr- B<yd M<vk. Telephone*: Offi«-e. M»:n \7Z. residence. Red <d. CALDWELL I l * Halkr. Upper or lower sets. 9? borh fl«. Wiling. 81 and up; ex tracting »c. PR H F SMITH 11 12. 15 Hinckley. Telephone. Mair S5. residence. Red %X\. ALBERT J. FORREST. Frye Mock, Front street. pit O. WILLIS PRICE. Third and James. GEORGE E. THOMPSON. D. D. S-. Burke block. p H O'CONNOR. D. M. D.. Bailey build ing. C. A. HOLMES. D. D. 8 . Colman build ing. R. B. GENTLE. D- T>. 8.. N*w Tork blk. PR. FRANK 8 SMITH. 8-7 Haller Wk. OCULISTS AWD ArRI^FS. DR. A. Bl KIBBE. oculist, aurist and physician for diseases of the throat; re moved to rooms 33fi-Xr Bailey tmilding. corner Second and Cherry streets. DR. STILLSON. eye. ear. nos« and throat. Haller building, corner 2d and Columbia. CLAIRVOYAXTB. MRS. E. EMMETT. the South African medium. In her wonderful clairvoyant sight, reveals the past, present and fu ture; consult her; readings. 50c. Rooms 22 and 23 McDonald block. fU Second avenue. MME. LA VEE. clairvoyant, trance me dium; tell* past, present and future; satisfaction guaranteed or no pay. Bouthwe*t corner Sixth and Madison. MISS PERRY, wonderful card reader, your fortune for SO cents, If you are In trouble do not fall to visit her. Room 19 Epler block MRS GEOROIE VAN WINTER, clair voyant and business medium IM$ Malt land block. First avenue; room 60. MRS. SWAN. 60S Second, health and com plexion specialist: medicated and elec tric baths; magnetic treatment. MRS. CHRIBTIE. 614 Second, medium: predicted election of Republican presi dent for over a year. MME. FRANCISCO, the wonderful clair voyant. 1416 Second street, near Pike. FLORANCE MARVIN publicly predicted Seattle's great fire. 811 Second. MRB. MOORE, clairvoyant medium. 614 First avenue. CHIROPODISTS. FiANNA. 813 Second avenue, room 7 Epler block: 20 years' practical experience; all competitors challenged. MASSAGE. MlTs. CHRISTIE. 614 Second-Medicated baths, raaasage. electric treatment. MASICtRE. MANICURING PARLOR. 906 Sccond^j^jL BDICATIOSAL. PACIFIC ~TELEG RA PH best and only school In the West teach ing telegraphy; our students are placed In offices when competent: full informa tion upon application. Seattle National Bank building. WILSON'S MODERN BrSINESB lege. New Collins building; a good, nig school—that's all. Send for circulars. FRENCH AND SPANISH LANGUAGES —Constant A Bracon's. Burke building room 428. ELOrM"riON SCHOOL-Oleste Langley Slauson Seattle National Bank build ing tuition reduced: s*>nd for circular. ALICE lIAMBLET. Public Reader Seattle National Bank building. MISS LIZZIE JAY RICHARDSON, elocu tion a* Fourth. VOCAL AND INSTRUME\T%i MUSIC. MPS E R MTLLAB C.old Medallist etc wi = he.i a few musir Trench and n»rtnm at her o%r«* or pupil's home For term* and full particulars appty i3i*j Seven'h avenue Mls»S Bosk <\ MITCHELL, mandolin and guitar formerlv instructrir lliinoi* Female college; new Has- now organiz ing F«r terms addre.s iiw, seventh. MME ADELA LUCY will re-ej V e n lim ited number nf vornl pupil* «t her res»|. denre, ?oa Ninth avenue south ART. JESSIE M ELLIOTT Studio Boston block BOOK BINDING. WE LEAD the printing profession: niin ick prospectu«es and sto< k certifirates a Metropolitan Printi'ig an( j Binding Companv D»xter Horton Bank building Seattle F ANTHONY -General toekbinder pa- P rr r'ile r and blank book nam faeturer Firs' «venue foot ef fherry Kline A Ro««nberg building take el«v a *;or nemni wmlarwu, SAN FRANCISCO BRll»GE iT'MpvNY enjrineer* and .-nnfractors britre huild- Ir.g dredging harbor Improvements and general contracting Charles street and First aventie south. SEATTLE BRIDGE COMPANY builder of bri.lres for railroad* ar<t highways- Pi e drl\ing trestle and wharf hiildlng ■'•U 11• le Na'tonal Bank bull ling P RANDALL A CO. carpenter* c Telephone. Green *H4. Spring str*et. W c CALHOUN, contractor and builder e-nerai >obblng 11® Madison, telephone Pike 1 » SAN FR i\ VCISCO DYE W IRKS Se<C ond Telephone Red V*S2 WEIR S DTE WORKS. l!ll Ja kso r T f i. ephone Black 123 V>S\ is THE TIME to plant huIM , n d roses Tie have a larje j» tork an<l a Se-d and Ei-or-». Co Second avers •» F .R TRI NKS AND TRAVELING BAGS go :o Queer, t ity Trunk Factory repa'r feg a spectal-v Ye*ier avenue atsd Co^. ®f* ial. Branch. 11ja Second ® BENJAMIN ?\2 Railroad avenue; a • t .or nydraudc sand and dredging pumps. CHOY i Ht NVJ CO !41S S*corvd, bMwt<D Pi*c tad Ucioc. i'r.ces reduced. ELOCUTION. fO>TRU TOR 4 %ND 111 II.DER9. DVF.Hr, CIEANIHG. FLORIST* AND SEEDSMEN. TRI\K FiCTOBV. DI\F.R AND WRECKER. MERCHANT TAILORS. IXStRAXCC. Charles watson. insurance. 3«a. n end New Tcrk building. Telephone. Main 468. LARRIS CAIN * CO.. general insurance, suite SI Hinckley. Telephone. Main 3JL BTRVS * ATKINSON, general an'*. 14 Boston block. HARWOOD MORGAN. Room C. Haller block. OOODWIST RASER & FISKEN. insert Haller block. HANFORD a STEWART. Insurance, 287 Pioneer building. W ILLIAM HAITZ A CO.. Insurance. Oottsteln Nock. CALHOUN St CO., general Insurance. Olvmplc block. WATFRHOT SE A PEACH, insurance. A. folman h!«v>h ATTOR X E TS-.l T-LAW. WM- SHERMAN DAWSON. Attorney and counselor at law Offices S»4 and Traders' Work. Spokane Washington. FRED H. PETERSON, attorney and cr unselor at law i>'n»r Ye«ler aventi# and Commercial street. PRATT A RIDDLE attorneys at law. rooms Bailey building. ANDREW F BCRT.EIGH. attorney at law. 22* Burke building. STRCA'E. ALLEN HI'GHES A M*MICK en. Bailey building. W D LAMBCTH. Seattle National Bank building. FATIS*TS. PATENTS OBTAINED; machines de signed. Adams. Colman block. MIXES AMD MI*I*G STOCK. I HAVE a limited amount of Slocan Queen Mining and Milling Co.'s treasury atock on sale. The Slocan Queen prop erty adjoins th» famous Slocan Star, which la a regular dividend payer. For particulars see Vellne. 1102 Second. MINING BROKER R B. Johnson. 12 KUne A Rosenberg building. First aven nue. FOR iVLE-Best mining stocks. Vellne. 1102 Second avenue. ASSAYERS. A- L. JOHNSON. 114 Yesler. assayer and chemist. Mining properties examined and reported upon. MIXIXG ESGIXEER. MINING ENGlNEEß—Examinations, re ports and consultation. IS vears practi cal experience. Room 60 Haller block. Charles p. Tatro. PROPOSALS FOR SUPPLIES. PROPOSALS FOR SI'PPLIES-Sealed bids for supplies will be received by the directors of the Washington State Pen itentiary. at their office In Walla Walla. Washington, up to 2 o'clock p. m. of December 14. 1596. for the following, viz.: Groceries, dry goods, hardware, paints and oils, flour and feed, tobacco and drugs and medicines. For specifica tions and uny inquiries address Jamea Mclnroe. Walla Walla. Washington. PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES. LATEST PATTERNS In amateur outfit* and complete stock dry plates and film*; free use dark rooms for changing. Wash ington Dental and Photographic Supoly Co.. 211 Columbia, opposite postofflce* C- W. PARKER A CO.. fresh paper and plates: everything used In photography: no catalogue. ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES AND RE PAIRS. BELLS. BATTERIES, burglar alarms, gas and combination fixtures; closing out. Johnson. 204 Main street. Tromont hotel; telephone. Main 245; repairing promptly done. WOOLES MILLS. HE IS A HAPPT MAN who Is satisfied with his present condition. That'* the way they generally feel after they jret fixed up at the Eagje Woolen Mills, 903 First avenue. ORAISI AXD STOCK EXCHANGE. SEATTLE GRAIN AND STOCK change. 29 and SO Sullivan block; grain, provisions and stocks, on margin; fif teen-minute quotations by wire. FURRIER. H. MOSES, practical furrier. Kline & Rosenberg blook. First avenue, where he will be prepared to do all kinda of fur work at Eastern prices. INBKELLA REPAIRING. UMBRELLAS—Manufactured, recovered ar.d repaired; general repairing. 213 Co lumbia street. Robeson Bros. LEGAL NOTICES. CIRTIT COURT OF THE UNITED States, for the Eastern D.strict of Wis. consir. Farmers' Loan and Trust Com pany. complainant, against Northern Pa • stV Ratiroai Company and others, de fendants. Notice to present claims. Under and pursuant to the decree en terei herein by the l'nited State* circuit court for the Kastern distr ct of Wiscon sin. on the 27th day of April. 1*95 and cer tain I»<~ree<; aricii.ary thereto and con firmatory thereof, entered In similar caus es pen nng same parties In the u t court of rhe I"nlted States, for the following districts—vis.. Western dis trict of Wisconsin, the district of Minne sota the d'.-unci of North Dakota, the dis-rict of Montana, the district of Idaho, the district of Washington, the district of Oregon, the Northern district of liHno.s and the Southern district of New Tork— and to the further order of said first-nam ed court, enterel September 53d. IW<, no tice is hereby given to all holders of any claims again*- mil Northern Pacific Tiail roai Company, or ag.ilnst Its receiver-*, which the purchaser of the first porcel described in said decree of foreclosure and sa>. entered on the 37th dav of April. IW. m*y he required to r«>' P* rt s deration and in addition to the sum bid for such percel. to present such claim* in writing to the undersigned special mat ter for ai:.i* mcp. *t his office at No, no New Irtsuran«-« hui'.ding. In the ctty of M IwauKe-. ,->f and that any such claims which shall not be so pre sented or ftlei within the period of s.x months af:er the first day of December, istw. sh*:i not be enforceable against sa:d receivers, or against, the property sold under sa l decree?, or against the pur chaser of such property or n» successor or assirns Milwaukee. September 30. 185*- ALFRED L. CART. Special Master. NOTICE OK SHERIFFS SALE- IN the suj>erjor court of the state of Well ington for the county of King The German Savings and Loan S<»-!etv. » corporation, plaintiff. v« F W. Wald and Emma C WaJd, his wife, defend ants. No. 22 **4 Under ar.d by virtue cf an order of sale and special execution Issued out of tlie sbove-uamM court in the sbove-entltled cause. *nd to me directed and dejlverrKi. I have duly levied upon »he following de scribed real property, situated in King county. Washington to-wlt- All of lots numbered ten <l>n and number eleven <lli. In block forty -three («.") in a plat on an addition to the citv of Seattle as laid off by A A Denny said lots being situate on the north*»st corner of and Vir ginia stree's. ar>d having a frontage of one hundred ar. 1 twenty tl2B> f**et on 'he west side of street, by orse hun dred and eight <! •> feet on the r>"nh side of Virginia in the city of Seattle. King county, state of Washington, to gether with all ar.d singular, the tene ments. hereditaments and appurtenance* thereunto belonging or In anywisa per taining. N.>ts<e U therefore hereby given Hist on f riday. tbe day of November, at the hour of I® o'clock *- ns of said day, at the front door of the courthouse. In the city of Seattle ir. *ai<j King county, I will sell the above d«**jnh**i property at pub lic auction to the htgnest and best Wider, for cash. Dasv«l thU »th AJLJF of Ortoher. VO*. A. T VAN DK VANTKH Sheriff, gtruv*. Alkn. Huglm A McMkkeo, at- } •onKjra. MHiB STATES MASTERS SALE. IN THS CIRCUIT COURT OF THS United Skate* for tit* Ninth Judicial Cir cuit. District Of W askington. Norther* Division, la Euu. ij. Illinois Trust and Savings Bank. trv*te«t complainant, v. 9ea*U« E)«ctrte Railway * «**r Company. Seattlo Consolidated Street Railway Company, Central Trust Company of the city of New York. trus tee. Frank L. Waterman. Joseph S Nich «s. Annie Sear* (alias Anna Sears) and Frank Sears her husband. J. B Maxcn. H. Thompson. Eduard P. Edscn and John R. Humphries, as copartners under the style of Thomoson. Ecisen A Humphries, Georire E, M. Pratt snd Will iam H. White, as copartners undei th* •tyl* of Pratt A WTute. \ p. Fuller. Oscar Todd «d F. T. B.urck (alia* F. F. Blunckl, defendants. No. 473 L t Consoli dated cause.) Nouce is hereby giv*n that in pursu ance and by virtue or a anal decree to the tftit.ed cause. of the above entitled ccurt. Hoiv c. H. Hanford. judgo, dated isay SO. ISM, and of an order of Kale da;e4 J una 1. issued therein from and un der the seal of the said court therein, to me directed. I. the unders:gneu, L'nited « a J£ 9 m aster lh chancery for the District °* , ** f> - !n fficn. Northern division, as spe cial master in the Raid cause duly ap pointed in and by said d*cre* to make, direct and conduct said sale. etc.. will sed at public sale to the h.ghest bllcler, upon the terms and conditions hereinafttr slated, at the westerly front door of the aourt house of King county. Wajfeington. In the city of Seattle, in said K.ng coun;y, on Tuesday, June 30, IS*. beginning at id oc.ock in the forenoon of that day. and in the order hereinafter particularly stat ed and numbered, all and singular that certain property described, mentioned and re.erred to in sa.d decree, and therein directed to be Hold, whether real, personal or mixed in Us individual char acter. situate, lying and being IB th* county of King snd state of Washington, and numbered for the purpose of order of sale as follow*. that Is to sav: First :n order, and as an entirety and ** ons property and not in sepa rata parcels, ail U ld Sea'tie Elec tro Railway & Power Company's iranchises. chsrters and liberties and all rights-of-way and every right, license, franchise ana power owned by it, wherever situated, and all rights, powers and franchise* granted by the city of Se attle in ordinance N'o. 1524 of said city, in said decree and hereinafter more partic ularly mentioned, and also the following described reel estate situated .n the city « Seattle, King county. Washington. to w<t: Lota numbered eleven til) ana twelve (U) la block two (1). of Heirs of S*/**h A. Bell's first addition to said city of Se attle, together with the engine house, car station, engines, boilers and dynamos, and all machinery and properties thereon; •Iso all the buildings, roadbed, track*, tnachinery. railway appliances, planta, en ginea, boilers, dynamos, electrical machin ery electric motors and other electrical appliancea and machinery, rolling stock, cars, poles, linea of railway and rails of whatever description and wherever situ •ted. including all the rights, privilege* and franchise* and all personal property whatsoever (except certain choses In action and personal effect* by aald decree reserved from sale), of said Seattle Consolidated Street Railway Company; lot « m block ® of Heirs of Sarah A. Bell's second addi tion to the city of Seattle. In King county. Washington, the same being a part of the right-of-way of one of the railway line* of the Seattle Consolidated Street Rail way Company; lots 1. 2. 9 and 10. in block 2. of Heirs of Sarah A. Bell's first addi tion to the city of Seattle. In King county, Washington, together with the power house of the Seattle Consolidated Street Railway Company, known as "Power house No. 1." situated on a part of said premise*, and the power plant and ma chinery, with the appurtenances, contained therein; a certain franchise granted by the corporate authorities of the city of Seat tle to said electric railway and power company, in and by ordinance No. ISM of ■aid city, entitled "An ordinance granting to the Seattle Electric Railway A Power Company a franchise to build and operate street railways In the city of Seattle." ap proved October 14. 1800. which la particu larly mentioned and referred to in said decree; also a certain amendatory fran chise granted by the corporate authorise* of the city of Seattle. In and by ordinance No. 3816 of said city, entitled "An ordl n*nce amending ordinance No. 1524, en 'An ordinance granting to the Seat tle Electric Railway \ Power Company a franchise to build and oDerate street rail way* In the city of Seattle.' approved Oc tober 14, 1890, and repealing sections 7 and U thereof," approved July IS. 1*96. amend ing ana altering in sundry respect* mid franchise granted in and by said ordinance No. 1624; a certain franchise granted by the board of county commissioner* of said King countv, Washington, by a resolution duly passed by said board on November 18. 1890. and of record In volume 8 of the journal of proceedings of the county com m.ssioners of said King county on pag«* 341 and 842. authorising raid Seattle Elys trie Railway A Power Company to occupy, for the purpose of maintaining and ope-- atlng thereon an electric railway, that portion of Lake avenue In said Km* county then and now used and occuoled by Its railway tracks along the same from the north boundary of the cltv of Seattle, to-wlt, from the half-section line running east and west through section No. 19. township 28. range 4. in K'ng county. Washington, north to a connection with the railway tracks of the Beattle. Lake Shore A Eastern Railway Company, and to maintain and operate such nllway tracks, a certain franchise granted by the corporate authorities of the cltv of Seat tle to sa:d Seattle Electric Ballwav Jk Power Company, in and by ordinance N'o. 2064 of said city, entitled "An ordinanc* granting to the Seattle Electric Railway \ Power Company. Its successors and as signs, a franchise to build and operate a street railway in the city of Seattle." ap proved March H. 1832. as describ ed. mentioned and referred to In ■aid decree: also, the right to re ceive from the corporate authorities of said city of Seattle franchises to con struct, maintain and operate lines of street railway on the sundry routes next below in said decree specified. which fran chises. upon due application therefor by said Seattle Consolidated Street Railway Company, through Its .-tcelver. in said de cree mentioned, have be»n advertised for sale, and the bids made therefor bv said applicant have been accented, all in con formity with the provisions of th* charter or th* city of Seattle In that regard. but which franchises have not yet beon granted by ordinances of said city? the routes covered bv sa'd •undry franchises, respectively, be'ng as in said decree particularly described, men tioned ar.d referred to. and which for the purpose* of dencrlptlon are hereby now mentioned and referred to: Certain lines of street r*llw«v in said city of Seattle, consisting in part of single and In part of double track, together with sundry switches, turnouts and sidetracks, and operated by means of electrical power, and comprising all the Toadbed. ties, rail*, wires, connect'on* and wptwra'us nec»s-, mry or convenient to constitute comni-t* lines of electrical railway, which lines of r.ulway have been constructed and nut Intc operation by authority of ole or more of the franchises granted by said city hereinabove mentioned, and unon th* routes, or some thereof. In said ord'nance* mentioned, and which at the date of said nrst mortgage or deed of trust in said de cree mentioned and referred »o wer* owned and operated by said defendant Seattle Electric Railway & Power Com pany, or have since then been constructed or acquired by said company or bv sa'd defendant Seattle Consolidated Btre-t Railway Company, and the routes of which sundry lines of s'reet ra'lwav r* described, mentioned and referred to in said decree m* routes 1. •« * • rw ' 6. and which for the purposes of description are hereby now mentioned and referred to; also all the rights-of-way necessary to entitle said defendant Seattle E>ctric Railway * Power Oompany. !•» successors and assign*. ard sajd defendant SesrMe Consrtlldated Street Railway Company, its successors and aas.gns. or either of them, respectively, to construct, maintain And operate all the aforesaid Pr.es of rsllwsv. over and *.oag all the routes thereof In said decree sundry of «»:d rights-of-way lying upon land not com prised within any pub.ic street or high way, and hav ng been acau.red by defendants respectively or their respective predecessors In Interest, through proper ieeds of conveyance of the ««rne. four electric railway car*, numbered resp«-t --ively 11. 2*. Z\ anl 25. own-* r,y aald Seat tle CoßsalldSted S.ree- Oomnanr ar the time of the !n*rj*utlon of the re. ceiversMt 1" original cause No *K, and fifteen electric railway o ars, num bered re*pecsi v «»y from one to Ifteen in ciuijvt, ov thft ff f(v»r h«rt:n during *ald receivers .'.p u-vi. r a<i*v-ri!y ct the court herein, all whl»-h car* are u*ei for the transportation or r*u>*eng»r* and freigh* over the railway, sa d cs'a com: -#>■-. r the car twv:! es. truc».« ir.; :or*. tro!>vr a*vd -«: i apparatus. ttans rec«>*ry or convenient f or -he com plete e«jolpm*nt of s*'.-« cars for operation on »s!d !;nes of ra Iway: intending ar ; d n,easing to h-re .p > r a:! estate and persona! property fexc-pt a* aforesaid, and evrept the re-.} estate *<ere irihelow •eparately de»-rlt>*<i). rt*--» and lege* by said Seattle Kisctris Rall way A Power Company asm--.-' on or about Vi ir' h IS. s;<y«.s ;< y«. or that have been by »vd ewmpany or by sa d Seattle Consolidated Ra.lway stn-e acquired, together with all and stnguiar the r*ght», titles, members, prtvlie**?. heredttamenta snd appurtenance® to th» same belonging or t/i say *'<*« appertaiamg. Second in order. A* an entirety snd In one parcel, the sou-.hw«tt qjarter at th* aortbeaat quarter t»w»4 cf nt%) of IMTED STATU# M**TEII'S SALG mmMc. section seventeen QT\. !n township tw*nty three (S north, of range (jar M» vast. »n K :ng county. Wash ngton. containing forty <#> acres of land, m ->re or '.ess. TIW in order: As an entirety aiw te on* parcel, a part of the southwest <J :ar:#r tsnVt) of wart',on .wenty-ain* <9\ la township twenty-flv* t2S> north, of rare* four t4> eaat. in King county. Wash ington, bounded by a line herlnning at the northeast corner of land granted by R- ™ • Poatjua and others to Fred Creed*, and running thence east 1S» fe*t. thence south IE feet, thence *e»t i« feet. !hence north 141 feet to the p'.ice of beg.nning. except ing a strip M re*: wile off the west aid* of aaii parcel, and running from the north td the south line thereof, said strip bring a part of Albert street In said city of Seattle, subject to a mortgag* of W.9® *• Jacob Oonen, dated July SI. I*ss. Fbu»th tn order: As an entirety and In one parcel, lots 1 S. 4 and 5. m block ♦, of Georg* 3Cj-n ear's add:tton to the c:ty of Seattle, in -twin* county. Wash ington. Fifth !n order: As an entirety and In one parcel, lots 1 4. S. 30. fl and 32, In block D. of Phinney's to th* city of Seattle, in King county, Washlng ton. Sixth in order: As an entirety and In one parcel, lots 13. 14 and 15. tn block J. of Thinner's addition to the city of Seattle, In K'ng ceuntv. Washington. Seventh in ureter: As an entirety and !r. one parcel, lot 9. in block J. and lot 19, ,n hlot "k K, ,n A. A. Denny's addition vo the city of Seattle. In Kin* county. Wash* ington; together with a building situated thereon, formerly used as s cower hou«* l»y sal<2 Seattle Kl?otrie Railway * Power Company, and known as "Pi»wer boua* No. J," and th* other biritd<*-srs and wharves situated cn or appurtenant to said preni see, tcgether with the tene ments. hereditaments and appurtenances to the same belonging or in any wis* ap pertaining- All and singular the propertl** of every kind, nature and description. described, stated, ment:.->ned or referred to n said decree. whether suff'ctently hereinbefore described and referred to or not. to b* I sold at said Ml*. The terms and conditions of said sale ar* as follows, that Is to say: Complainant, or any holder or holders or any or said bonds secured by said first mortgage or d**d of trust to said complainant, or of any of said receiver's certificates heretofore is sued under author'ty of th* court herein, or any party to th a suit, may bid and purchase at said sale either or any of said separate parcels. Said sale* will b* at pub lic auction to the highest bidder or bidder*, for cash, excepting as follow*, vis: The master will receive no bid for *lth» er of parcels in subdivisions second, third, fourth, tlfth. sixth and seventh m order of j sale herein, who shall oot first deposit with him *IOO in money or certified ch*ck upon th* Bank of British Columbia, in Seattle. Washington, as a pledg* that such bidder will make good his bid therefor, sams to b* retained by said master as a wvm.>nt . on account of th* purchase pr'.c* therefor, raid purchaser to pay the remainder of such old therefor to th* master. In money or like certified check on said namod bank, or else In par value and accrued ln lr.terest of the receiver'a certificates hereto fore issued by him. else in par value of the bonds and coupons secured by said first mortgag* or d**d of trust, or partly :n money or such certified check and partly tn such receiver's certificates and partly In such bonds and coupons, or part ly in either or any of them, as such pur chaser may choose. Said master will receive no bid from any one for th* remainder of said property described in "First In order" herein to b* spldjwho shall not bid therefor at least fljo.ooo, and first deposit with him as a pledg* that h* will make srood his bid in cas* of Its acceptance SIO,OOO in mon*y or by certified check upon said named hank, to be retained by said master as payment on account of th* purchase price for sail property; and upon the confirtnstion of th* sal* of such parcel, or when pre scribed In the order of confirmation, th* purchaser shall pay th* entire remainder of his said hid therefor to said master In money or like certified check on said named bank, or else in par value and ac crued interest of the receiver's certtflostes heretofore by said receiver Issued, to gether with money or such certified check in a sufficient amount to provide for ih* payment of all ssld butstsnding receiver's certificates, with accrued interest thereon, not so turned In by such purchaser la part payment, or els* partly In such re ceiver's certificates together with money or a certified check sufficient to cover thoee not turned tn as last above pre scribed. and the balance of such bid. la th* outstanding bonds and coupons se cured by said first mortgag* or deed of trust as in said decree found, at such valuation thereof, not ex -ceding par value, as th* purchaser shall elect, to gether with money or a certified check la an amount sufficient to provide for pay ment of the whole remainder of said out standing first mortgage bonds and cou pons at the same valuation as that so placed upon those so turned in. or else in money or such certified check in an amount sufficient to cover all outstanding receiver's certificates, and the balance of such bid In said bonds and coupons with money or a certified check to provide for payment of the outstanding remainder of the same at a like valuation, a* afore* said. In case the successful bidder shall fall to make good his bid upon conflrma tlon of the sale of the property sold to him or within such time thereafter as shall be prescribed in the order of confir mation. then the sum in money or a cer tified check or receiver's certificates or bonds, or any one or more thereof, depos ited by such purchaser or purchasers as aforesaid, shall be forfeited as a penalty for such failure and shall be applied to ward the e«u>en*e of a resale and toward making good any deficiency or loss In ess* the property shall be sold at a prlc* less than that bid at the prior sale. Said mas ter upon order of th* court shall *x*cute end deliver to th* purchaser or purchas ers. or his or their successors or assigns, a proper certificate or certificates of pur chase. or a proper deed or deeds absolute, as the case may be. of the property so sold, in form to be approved by the court or a Judge thereof. I'por execution and de livery of same, as the case may be. the purchasers or grantees therein named, re spectively. shall he let into possession of the property therein described, snd the re ceiver herein shall deliver over to such purchaser or purchasers, grave* or grantees, or his or their suc cessors or assigns, respectively. *ll such property which mav h* tn his possession or under his control And upon expirstton of ths statutory period for the redemption of said real estate directed In sa'd decree to be sold in separate parcels. If not redeemed Mi l master, as the court shall then direct, shall execute and deliver to th* then holder or holders of the certificate or cer tificates of purchase of said real estate upon the surrender of such certificate or certificates, respectively, a master's deed or deeds of the real estat* therein d*- scrltx-d. which deed or deed* nhali oonvev to the grantee or grantees therein respect ively named the absolute title In fee to the real estate therein described, wl'h th* appurtenances. Said purchaser of any of ibid property so sold, and his and their successors and assigns, respectively afer such delivery to h.m or them by said nwts ter of the certificate of Purciase or »h# deed thereof, as the ease may be and such delivery to him or them by the re ceiver herein of the property so pur chased. as in said decree provided shall hold. pc*seas and enjoy the name and all the rights, immunities and franch scs appertaining thereto. as fuiiJ snd completely as said defendant Hen ti» ~or solid* ted Street Railway Company now holds or enjoys the fame, or -») d defendant Se*?'le Electric Railway 2 Power Company, or stfid defendant &<<«'- lie Consolidated Street Railway Company h«*ld or enjoyed, or were entitled * enjoy the same »t the time of thirexecu tion of sati first mortgage or deed of trust or at any time since, subject how ever. to the r ght of redempMon of mm several parcels of real estate, respective ly. which are tn said decree directed to b* separate.y sold, witnin one year after the confirmation of such sa,e. a* provided bv the laws ot the state of Waahinaton Th» defendant Seattle Consolidated We*? Hallway Cort.i ar.y at the time of execu tion of any such certificate or cert tica'e* of purchase, deed" or Seeds. of «aid master •hell also execute it* deed or deeds conl veymg and releasing tr> auch purchaser or purchasers, grantee or grantees, and »<* h.s or their successor* or assign* * « f ,e its rig!::, title and interst in the prooertv and fronch fes so conveyd by said maaier and deliver same to said master, who »h*U thereupon deliver to the grantee or cran. tees therein named th* deed of said com pany embracing the property In said d*. orte directed to he sold *» *n entirety and absolutely. shall re ram in his hands the C?hers of .-rich J'—d or deeds of anid company until :r- e*;»ra::on of the afor*» s* x #'.a .* >ry p*:r i of redemption of s- d real estate r. *a!d decree directed to fee sold in wpanu par- «•>. and t j, CJ the sarr<* shall not he redeemed he a i de.i\er such deed or deedi io the *raat«-* or grantees therein rimel conc^rrer''y with his delivery to h m or them of h's own deed or in of »j'» cer:ifi'T**e or cert *1 ates of fir -hase of such real estate, as in said deer** pro vided. fci! i rro;.»r:v and referred to re!nr>»fore in aut>dlvs».ori nnztt-i "First in order" i* to be soil without valuation* appratsw-men;. redemption or egrer.ston as in decree provided, ar«l the other properties,fcereinbefore tn subdivistons sec cna, tbrd. fourth, fifth, sixth end s»v eoth ■ order described end referred to. jr e to b«i sold mbjet't to redemption there of within one y«-ar after the co-.firma'ion of such sair. sa provided by th* taw* of the state of HashUigton. Said salsa to be ***-ilr nndss gad aoow^ tag to the rule* -- }*ct to confirmattan satisfy the amotHMS for principal and tataMsT^SS^MH^ end interest ail proper expeaaseataLjSflKK^^n sale, including ter. fees and this court, and decreed to be said sale as Vrutsd Stages t^.*^r tnesdoned aai th* above noticeIPWMUMM to Tuewlay. July T iJ. o'clock in the westerly front dooT*« tks^la^^H King county. WuhtmaiT SSBI^KH Seattle in said coanty. place I. Mid Uatt^ chancery for 'h* District 7JSH^H Northern d visoa.^aai^a du.y appointed in aad be make, direct and condtM Siflß se!l at public sal* to th* upon the terms and notice stated sad tn stated the properties Is Jl*" scri oed. mentionad and refsvtal United State* Master in trict of Washtngten. KsnSSVSH as Special Master in ttenSL^l^H Dated Seattle. Ths tale mentioned tad ----- th* above notlc* t« her* adjourned three waalta. isnSII^H Ssth. l«e. to hegtaat M forenoon of that dar at the door of the Court Bouse Washington, tn th* ettv of county, at which titn* TTntted States Masts* te the District of Washinatea vision as said Snecial pointed In and by said 4*Sm direct and conduct said public sale to *he highest terms and conditions in ■uMiM and in the order therein erties in said notio* dNcttttt snd referred to. RSnrkßHli^l United States Master in trict of Washington, KtriSaHH as Special Master la thfe SSoHHH Dated Seattle. Washiagtsa^Qpm^^| Th* sal* mentioned isat th* abov* notice Is h*re and adlourned to Saturday. , ** 6 th'°t <r* <n t 1 h # th* Court House of KiaiCMK^^l Ington, in the City of county, at which time and United State* Master ia ChaaS* District of Washington. )MQ9^| sion as said Special Master deSr^BH In and by said decree to buil conduct aald sale, sill sell to the hlgheat bidder, upea Stiß^l conditions In said notic* stated |^h| order therein stated, th* notice described, mentleaad to. save and excepting as description in subdlvtaloa^lß^H^H order* tn above notlc* Is «m|BH changed so as to read, 'n fn^Bl and lot 10. in block K. in -A« Fourth addition, etc.. and aa and corrected, will be sold agMM^HH United States Muter lR trict of Washington. as Speclsl Master la iMsISSIH Dated Seattle, WashiagtStt, Th* sal* m*ntion*d gad the above notice Is here aad adjourned toMopday, Octeber begin at 10 o'clock in the day at the westerly front door house of King county. city of Seattle in s«od time and place I. said in chancery for the district m Northern division, aa seta duly appointed in and hy saM make, direct and conduct sell at publto sale to th* upon the terms and ttce stated and in the order th* properties In Said mentioned and referred t*. cepting as follows, vis: The suodtvlsion "Seventh In notice Is corrected and read: Lot 9, la block H. and K, in A. A. Denny's Pourth «#■ and as so changed sad aold ss herein stated. Dated Seattle. Wash., United State* MasterJn of Washiagtoa. as Special The sale mentioned and the above notice ia here Journed to Tuesday, December begin at 10 o'clock In the day at the westsrly front c6urthouse of King couaty. in the city of dkattl* la Mjl which time and place 1. master In chancery for the Washington. Northern special maater duly appoiatsd said decree to make, direct such ssle. will sell at public highest bidder, upon th* tlons tn ssld notice stated therein stated the properties described, mentioned and and excepting as fodosrs, scrlption In subdivision In above notice Is «?orrected so as to read: Lot f, la 10. in block K, in A. A. addition, etc., and as so rected will be sold as herein iMME « United States Master trict of Washington, NortaiflaßlH as Special Master In this Seattle, Washington STOVE mjoMtmmMi STOVE AND HANOE kinds. 1120 Third street. * ""MMM LEOAI* SOTiaW^v^lMl NOTICE OF the s» jpertor court of th* SiStf Ington. for the cottnty of Oerman Savings and I»*a corporation, plaintiff, vs. Cole Ctrtln Cole, his Wife. |WW drum, Nellie B. Sander and tier. her husband. H. A. Helen A. Elliott, his wife, MMH No. ; i|l t:nder »rd by virtue of s?i snd special execution, ahove-ramsd court, tn the cnuse. and to nte directed I have duly levied upon the scribed real property, sltuetsg county. Washington, to-wit: the east half of lot one <l>. IS (10>, of Maynsrd's plst of the clty» of Seattle. In King rouaQTr ton, l»e«lnnlng at the h»UI Jot. in said block ten nipg west thirty t3o> feet, sixty (|ft> fc»*t, thence west tninrwH|l thence n'»rth sixty <W) f<*et, thirty iK»j feet, to a P«int west of the place of beginning, | parcel of land fronting thirty 1 south st«le of Washington South Second and South said city, and being ' " (t(0x«0i feet in sise. together Kin?ular. the tenements. Rumup and appHitenanre* thereunt* or in anywise appertaining. . , a£|B| Net ire ts tn' refore he-ehy Friday the rth day of NoU»aP7m» the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. *» [ Sg»|«;: lit the f'ont door of the foaWwgS city of Seattle. In said Klrg sell the above descrtbed s He auction, to the highest ano I for cash. , . —.jtMmi&m Dated this *th day of OeW|Kt| A. T. VAN DE v A N 23iSI'w I Strrive. Allen, Hughes « a torneys. CITT HOTICfI. ' CIVIL BKR\'l c E l tice is hereby glven tn th e the city of S**ttle. £* 1 Police depsrt * J ers. November W, i«»- Fire department~-A»» Nowmijer 21 . • fla fcHad^ Library deiy 1 er and ri-rk E l D«par:ment of tmHa'Jg* ißfcxlßfl wharves—M**'®r es^as if a vernier r _ A t, positions General »at C. J i«i ma* l service, incl adlng gagMtMRB ,;1 bricklayers- teamsters. ' VppJicant* w«» latlons of th* |" tn ""rSS quireroenta of to* « "Vt.e'appr >ved '•"* to of of'