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Ssr sach aotke*. w or other spe charged at the :h Insertion QEXf'ER CO. vekau. | William Wh t* Stewart's cuai>- oou. Interment of Capt. P J the ««rtd enc of i Boreo avenu . latordayj mora )f til*- A ' > li tem CtßH'ttO st ember S !*&■ balmed snd sri* J—The only au of the Post-In- Wat i . Hanna and C. everywhere are ily to these snd be various cities est. Will be paid tor e convict lor of a of this peper Seattle. res for adver- Mt-I nt felllgcncer clock Saturday, hoimt of *'• fl o®ce: D&iiF >urs. 3 * r "a. Classified eived up to UiJtt fler the head or For Rent and Inserted at u»e insertion. P**- No advertl*#- m 25 cents. *• received at t-Inttlllf Soccr^ No. 1208 Pacific m A. Pfelffer New Whatcom, :reet. O. C W.n ge Marsden waif advertisers ~1. M tfKI. r. snd A KT. I» Monday* each _ TED-MILE. uutig mm: have ►*!»sr>ncr; tan jgs, Address D er. in, position is mr. Address O. c, :r» PBMAI K. w!«ht » g.ia ran teed and h nulls r.ijide lit 1 f/4i»cv pleating • s>tre»'l. idles* profession »tt« street 8»-«t --l,art. p o Uox Iven. perlenced young Room 22 NVw enu" a? ho,is«keet>«'r; t'. Wllklnp, V|f -9 Bnilf 7* for re »er. Third UIMI.E il and trnvpllrg f MWVff . in; mNciitnlsts; r?: drcl< handa; Tor Alaska ; R R. t Job manglert atron lulK»r- r.s --s chant en; farms •♦•nl; qu.irrvmen, «n«*'s. 1«* Wash* rien to know the »t route to Klofi nke fxufn.wj on r-r stamp; agents nifr line. O W. , Portland. Or. to call and see Irtorv" la doing >f Seattle. B H. 3ke block. First W a month sell •rv Coupons and £v>- «nsr spninnir." »w .... rchants hy Si»m ale; good side line. Model Mfg. Co . p -SOuth Bend. Ind. t RANTED-Throe energ«tl/« men tif ' ' Hddr«»s and personnel to <\iii mi houses Hi Seattle; «inlarv \d- drew, with references, K J., car«- I'nst* I I tnl"lllg"no»r- I AK MAN with «w»* <> miT | wh« wants to make from *?S to umi jw. r £ «eelc.lt) » light inanufsuturing basin* * £ sh.>ul<l address K S. P. Stevens hotel, K; bailie. t*"ANTEP-B citable iM>rs(.ns *n ••very «*r. . ttoh to distribute clreelsm. samples ai.d ta.k sU»»s; no »>b n-. 1 Will A. MoKon Co Cleveland. Ohio. a* A .WEEK and rxpsti«rs mid m.«n to f sell cigars on time; e*j»crlence onnercs narv. The W. 1.. Kilns Co.. St. Louis, Bo- jtyninEßT PRICES paid for cs«t- W~Mwm Clothing. Call or address Wlttrr r; berg, 114 Wrst Main CELP WASITKIV-FK* A I.E. lUNO THE "O. K." BOX for messeng.r Civs him your cUsslflfd advrrtw - .- taent; the Post-Intslligsncer wul p.*y for messenger. Rates, le a *ord. or a dollar a line a month. If j^ANTKI>—Ten women for a sh >w no «.\ . fierlem-e necessary. Am»l> at '• .».nv ; under Buivau saloon corner «• ,- .i.-t ti avenue and Washington, sfti r i 1 i nt .WANTEIV-A musician for mtis «um Ap ply at basement un«!»r Bur**a>t r.il«v>ti. eorner Occidental avenue and v\ ■ ton. after 1»:30 a. m. WANTED-A competent young lady tvi "- wrlter; one who owns h< r 4»w i mc h > .« preferred. Address Cotni«et»nt. care Post-Intelligencer. ■ V'ANTEI*--ti'trl for gr nersl !.-« ~u. mu?t be a m«>d cook. n»» *» i -\k At corner Minor avenue a*.d i*i!i !»»v, t street. WANTKO Olrl to »«-• t m I'itT Twelfth avenue swrh WANTFO -Olr! for Mvht houses < :: W t> ri lt-tt.KMt AGENTS making %*>) to fv a « , V i: r. »t --est agealr" seller ever t- v nt. 1 o •» canvassing and ;«<• • • full particulars l»y ni«!" M r -e Mfs. (V>X_l£j_2"' ''r'—- W.. V U AM'KU-HJ *l. rvMTK. iWANTEO -To buy or rent -*-v. -*? cot * or dwelling from 4 to y ia <juire room 0 Coltnan l .^vk OWSER, lot on Rent - i't \l - Spot «'ash. > are IVst It u r. WANTI-:i> I'ri nprov d l.«n,| n- . v Idr ■ WA!*TK!>—"KtM»\l>-H tMI t I uIIIIX.. PRICE r-U'i ; r . tu-' umt tlini.r'n *-« i s -• w %xrr.iv—to hi:> r. V.VNTi:' I To rent ■ ■ • diminutive kit. i. n. a .} ed; elegant Itvc.iUiy. Aildrv** A. ii . . Poet-inielogtJicsr. WARTOMIWCBLUHCOC*. WANTED—To se«-ure for e»rvlce in the stud a thoroughbred tjordon fetter dog; Mate terms. Address O. T.. care P»>»t- Inte!He*neer. WANTET*—Orwen eordwood in SOO to cord lots. Apply to R. R. I>rummor.d, do« k. WANTETV-To boy a restaurant: part cash. B»*nd fall particulars to F. K., care ROOMI AXD HOARD. FOR RENT—Destrable rooms, with board; flc» table. Mrs. Baksr. Third and Ma rts>n streets JtOOjf end board: all conveniences: quiet; reasonable. I&14 B«»'enth. near Pike. ROOMS with noard: private family; all eomfor♦« >nt Pile* street. ROOMf. AND BOARD— V& Fifth avenue. BOARD AND ROOMS. No, 9* Fifth av. TP »OMP AVI' tV> \TT ■ 1 r-4 M »rioc_ FOR BEST—ROOMS. FOR RjSNT-Elcgantly furnished rooms; 96 and upwards, baths; steam heat, Ho le! Fcrgusop, Front and Seneca, Mrs. Ferguioo. proprietress. Furnished rooms for light housekeeping. RING THE "O K " BOX for messenger and glv« him yotir classified advertise ment; the Post-Intelhgencer will pay for messenger. Rates, lc a word, or a dollar a line a month. ELEGANTLY furnished rooms: ateam heat; modern improvements; first class; transient and Ye Kenll worth Inn. 1115 First avenue. FOR RENT- Suitable rooms for elub roonus. splendid light and centrally lo cated. slayer Realty Co., 33-34-35 Union blocli. __ FOR RENT Nicely furnished room for one or two gentlemen in strictly private family. 1414 Fourteenth avenue. FOR RENT—Delightful newly furnished rooms, elegant residence; no car fare. 143 Fourth avenue. FOP RENT Nicely furnished parlor, bed room and kitchen on ground floor. 822 Alder srtreet. "THE FLORENCE." 415 Madison street; furnished rooms by day or week at low est rates. FOR RENT-Nicely furnished housekeep ing and «tngle rooms. 151S First avenue. FURNISHED ROOMS; very reasonable. Vf si; 3, > i-nth av-nue. FOR RENT Klegant furnished rooms over Guy's drug store. FOR RENT Furnished housekeeping rooms 2C15 First. FOIt RENT-Furnished room. 4M James FOR RENT -Furnished rooms. €l4 Colum bia. , , i FOB REST—HOt'SKS. FOR RENT Commodious e|j;ht-room thorotighly m.Klern house; gas. large linen and china closets and yard; near > ea ■- lines. 301 Ilurke block. FOR RENT Ftirnished l ouse j n Renton addition. Inquire on premises, 1215 Six teenth avenue, from 12 to 4 p. m„ or 11. F Norton. Ye»l<-r wharf^ FOR RENT -House, eight rooms, modern; also five-room flats. 2t« Twenty-third av enue south, near Yeeler way. F«>R RENT—Famished hotise; also two desirable unfurnished houses. W. N Redtl* i'l. no New Vork block. FOR RENT Hous- of six rooms on Twen ty-second avenue. Herbert S. l T pp»r. 12 i*febeuerman blo<>k. FOR RENT—#lx-r«swn furnished houm>: verv desirable location. H. A. Schroeder Boston block. FOR KENT- Houses and couages; nil lo catlons. Wm, P. Harper, Dexter Horton bank building HOUSES. STORES and fiats. Rent and Collection Company, 9 Roxwell Mock. HOTEIA HOTEL YORK—First-class rooms; eleva tor, telephone, bath: First avenue and Plk#; European or American plan- rates Mr to H P*'r day Foil REST—HOTELS. ~ FOR RFNT-Unfurnlshed. Fife hotel, cor ner Ninth street and Pacific gven ie, Ta.- coma. Wash,; b"st situated hotel in the city; the Fife 1«< a five-story brlt k btilld- Ing. contalnljic 142 rooms and eight stores; steam plant and elevator. Apply to Phoenix Babrock. IK* Pacific avenue, Tacoma. Wajh. FOR R|*:%T— STORES. FOR RENT -In brick building laram store room, with three full-qlzed basements elevator; well located; low Insurance suitable whoi.-s:ile business Edmund Bowdcn. Iforton Hank building. F«IR RENT Store with basement. W2 Pike stieet. near Fifth avenue Apply to Cooper & I<Cvy. im and l'ti First uve* PCMOIIAL LADIES wanting * quiet home during confinement. Where thry will receive good care and medical attention, can ob tain the same hy addressing Uuiat Home c»re Post-Intelligencer RING THE "O K " BOX for m»ssenff7r snd give him vour classified a.lvertlse msnt; the Toat-lnteliigencer will p ay > for messerger. Rates, lc a word, or a dollar a line a month. HAIRDRESSINO Manufacturing. ble«eh ing tinting < olonia hi »ek Columbia stul Second avenue. Room 8. PIANOS at factory prices seeond-hand from I® upward. Wm. Martius, SOU Sec ond avenue SAFE DEPOSIT POXKS. Reproof vault"- P year and ap. H. O Shuey, ni Cherry. RENT M«rion hail; equlpt»ed Tx~ cluslvtly for danctng STOVE AND RANGE REPAIRS all klnda «1» Yw,!,,r -_ SPANGRNOKRO grinds sr.il sells cutlery fit* Second UMT. ' I>>ST Wedne«day night. c>M « |,*k ptn. sha-pe of a knot, set In p-<ar!s. and ruby; lost either a' H -ik<'s hall or on like <>r Third avenue Return to \dverv«Pig l«e - R. w trd. | j out P:«tr «-»f op-r » g< t «*».<• mother of 1 i-'ar! .«>■ 1 iroM • nfr.niHi on tinsn. Fin»l<r r»«?i»rn •!» Mr* E M f irr. a« Rainier etrert and recent | rew»rd I I,«»ST It ink •« 1:? N> \ njs rJ» t oT.| t>Sn hatvl! p ?•,»* p i ■-> • ? '*rt mi,t%?»■•*■'«« -ft | r tta'Vr '> rot \i». : BARGAINS IN WATCHKS diamorda nil'■«■*! !r 'f'.rt!. n'« e*c. . Mgbe»t pr u-a ixtkl «ct oil go ! d "dver. Uoc)e Joe i Loan < •*! '-e • ■ > nd I on valuiMeet. w»te»-e* dlam. • Js, a jeweltv l*<& f oj' d avenue •nmn. POUND Tie rt.-skets. ar- ' f r the n a; r« ■ »b!e price# at MaJmo'a i FOUND- A t-urae on flfWant Mveet. opfto site Butb r hr-txl. Add. !- •*» <* , t'Sserry «IIM * »)» STO* K. PATENTS caveala Hied promjXiy Adams Coimon t-i-x.-k I SHARES .s-.Ti ng s -N'ka Chrtatiaa, Res \\ > it *M) t 111 His I . A L. JOHNSv \ A a>-r Yy-;fr w .v 111 HI r MHtIKURa. liUS WAY AN Sl': VMS:IIP Tii'KETS T . kets to a •' fr-. tr> ail !\*rr» of the rvdu r . «■-. rates to i »a F-a-trm a: 1 - tu C. K. ' Thuntiwa. tunu FOR 94LR>RRAL ICTTITE. FOR SALE—Two and lot; Que»-n Anne hill, mar end of (able Hne; |IJ». Two houses and lot; Ninth and Hcwelt: ti ,®6. Ten S miles of city. near end of Grant *tr*-et ear Jin#. tSft p»r acre; 5-acre tract, W.J3P; mde Oeorgetown. Thrita reHnquKhnv-rrt-* of tioinpjtead en tries. Kin* county: tlaO. 230 acres finest bottom land hi Kin* coun ty: Bums ranch: aold In tracts to suit purchasers. MADIOAN. m New York Mock FOR SALE—IS .V)n. modern house. close tn: rent, WO jx*r month. t*.Mo—lmproved flT(jp<yty, *ijch l '>" location. near busine-sii center. S2,lM>~ Nicely improved residence property; desirable neighborhood. RW-Flvf h'g'lv tmpmvsd I-ake Washington water front. CARRAHER. VH Bailey building. FOR SALE- W acre* rich soil; 2" acre*; cul tivated bearing orf'hard, good house, barn; >lO per acre, ¥* arm*—', mile of the best water front at Port Orchard: IS acres cleared; orchard, creek. S 2s' per acre. 2 £ acres water front, one mile from naval itation, fSW. WILLIAM BREMER. tM Bafisy building. CITT PROPERTY, timber lands, fruit and farm lands, equities, mortgages, mines and good business chances bought and sold; money loaned on first-class property; invrstmenta mads for non resident?. Kellogg 4c Daoney, 217 Colum bia street. REAL ESTATE bourht. Hold or exchang ed; residence and business. city property, ranche*. timber land", acreage property, business chances, equities. The real es tate man. Madigan. »J7 New York block. FOR SALE -House* snd lots in all parts of the city, on Installments; lots on easy payments; will build to suit: Hotel Ma drona for «*»!.- cr rent.. rare bargains. T. H. Dempsey. 507-8 Seattle Nat. bank bldg. FOR SALE—I2O feet square, nicely located on the northeast corner of Pine and Sev enth avenue: price S-'.tujy. Inquire Mrs. M J Wright. HI", Fourth avenue, be tween Pike and Union streets. LOOOED OFF LANDS in Ma*on and Thurston eountles; excellent fruit land; easily cleared and nicely situated for farms; favorable terms. Tacoma Mill Company, Tacoma, Wash. FOR SALE House and lot, centraly lo cated. tl.2*¥V 2 lots. ttxlN. Edes ic Knight's addition. 11,000, half cash. Mor gan's Exchungf, 501-2-3 New York block. FOR SALE—E:ghty-acre ranch, 50 acres cultivated. 7-rcom house 2 large barns, near city, on N. P. R R. and Rainier car line Madigan. 607 New York block. FOR SALE—SO acres; garden, modern houre. large barn, hothou e. orchard, spring; W rods; Grant street car line. Madigan. 507 New YOrk block. FOR SALE-1*00; corner lot in North Seat tle. 60x120; one block from Denny way and between two car lines. F. W. West. 25 Union block. WE HAVE corner house and lot, close In; best buy in the city: also three timber claims. Call 30R Pioneer building. DO YOU WISH TO SELL, buy or trade real estate? Bee the real estate man, Madigan. .717 New York block. FOR SALE—Business block on First ave nue: a bargain. McDermott A Jacohsen. 110 Washington building. FOR SALE--Hlgh-clsss residence and business properties. Pceston, 601 Seattle National Bank building. LLEWELLYN A WARD 1» Marion; gen eral real estate and rental agents; list property with us. FOR BALE —Several choice homestead re linquishments. cheap. Madigan, 507 New York block. FOR SALE Six-room house; two lots; cost S!**': for I4*)0. Addrese Box 56, Bal lard. Wash. SEATTLE property and timber lands. Kellogg ft uabney, 217 Columbia. Seattle. REAL ESTATE and timber lands. Dorr ft Co room A. Bailey building. FOR S ALE—MI XC'ELL Alt EOIS. FOR SALE—A fine nine-room house, with good view of the Sound; can l>e had at a great hargain. This property cost three thotisand dollars and can be had for six hundred dollars. If taken In a f. w days. For particulars call at 27 Hinckley block. FOR SALF One fifty-four inch by four t#en-foot boiler, with smokestack, front, grate bars .ind fittings, for sal«» cheap for cash. Apply to The Vulcan Iron Works Company, foot of University street. ALL KINDS of fine machinery and In struments made and repaired; aino pat tern and experimental work, for Inven tors. H. Wagner, room 28 Sullivan build ing. FOR SALE—First-class single express; hors<\ wagon and harness; must be sold today or tomorrow. Inquire Bracken. Clay street coal bunker* foot div St For SALE $325: fruit, candy, clgnr stand, 3 living rooms, furnished: rent, <t3: water free IVmberten ft Co., 315 Seattle Na tional Bank building. FOR SALE-Schooner Norman Sunde flrst-elass condition: httilt l«afi; net ton nage 2« tons. Apply J. C. House, port Townsend. Wash. FRENCH R \NGES and n>-ti K ht stove flt ttnrs manufactured by Variety Iron Works. Charles street and Railroad av enue FOR SALE—An ' gallon nPdtel- plated cof fee urn: also * tot o? knives, forks, spoons, etc. tan* F*!rst avenue. FOR SALE—A complet® * P t West ft Co.'a Reporters* series cheap. Allen ft Allen. Dexter Horton block. FOR SALE—Twelve Jeeser cows; a!c o ten Jer-iev heifers, one reKi«tered Jersey btiil J A McCann. Black River. TYPEWRITERS sold, exchanged and repaired at Smith-Premier Agency Ifr? Second avenue, Seattle. FOR BM.E «'edsr bolt timber near M-. Murray George F Stone, 400 Seattle National Bank building. BAMBOO FURNITURE of all kinds for sa'e and made to order; lateat styles 1104 Second avenue. FOR SALE -New >l2* Hall safe for S«5. and one g<x>d safe for S,W Room *>4 Biilev buildinit KOU SAI.F Two gurneys. f nr j !V . rash. Tno'ilre 21& >akima avenue north. coma. F» 'H SALE pne 10x12 engine. cial Street Boiler Works FOR PALE-Old newspapers. Apply at this office. FOR SM.F Sef-2 R >-> m't F- ler %l « TIOS H iI.R«. A' "Tl( >N S AT."" V b.m.'« h. '< f rn * <re i; ; B'ck<'rton's «tal»-«rooms l'l? Firs; avenue Saturday, it II o'clock s>arr»' bed ♦ * mattresses, ivdding. f«id. - Nrtrd dining chalra, extension •abl.s. w»r*V <>>;»<•?»< « fine grart'ew.sre, <-r,m K- ry, >«-»k stoves, heat era TV * fur nlfsr- Wi • ' c <.r. and and is r •■x tOR K\« il % \t.K. p)R EX' HVN » E l\h.v arros ej, ir S a't <-i ;l?v or K *«' 4i 1 U <rt■->.•! hulMmg ———— —.« KI M<»\ US, PR. «'RIt'H"D")N ha« ft moved h'.r W the «'o;V»-s block. ver Ks.lia.Aevu a, » «-r >- 1« »l»! b« g ; ad to rect ve hia t v> «!«.< Ri.i.ascoi n. a P RAN'VM-I. A <X) . carpenters. }f»tvtvera. gias-mg. etaeeaa, windows Ark d ,vr Telephone. Ut«*a Mi Zx< Sptj a< i street. ______ OLD I APFRS far aale st the h i«lne*s of | tsce of this peper. uc per bundia. PATENTS, caveat- draw ngs guaranteed. ALI V.. N " M AND UN A MPT, LETTERS and ".«u-rss far a.gna ar i house cumbers. 4U \ - -r way. HO VT «*l II.OFRS. * F. O COPP. boat Yca.er whart. THE SEATTLE POST-INTELLIGENCER FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 2<5, IW. FOR SAI*E BY SEATTLE EXCHANGE— Co'.mm block. —Restaurant and bakery, handsome ly appointed, lone established; center of trad*, low rent and making money. H4Bo Large stock, located on the corner of print-tpal street, doing excellent busi r, ss; rent low. 12, •»**-- ga!o>"»n and lease; rent, inciudlng S rooms over saJ-^or: center of rrade; do ing i business of a day on average; handsomely equipped. I2.JW—Drug st tre, corner of main thor oughfare, excellent stock: oid -s'abllshed with low rerrtal. The very best in this line for the money. fLlKrt—Grocer> store and meat market; main thoroughfare; S months' lease at tS This is Invoice price and the best we have. 1330—Cigar stand and confectionery: very neat, and complete stock, with 3 well fur nished rooms in rear; located on First avenue; rent, S3 per month. The whole thing goes. $450--Restaurant and bakery; very neat; well equipped; on First avenue; making money. }4 "•'- Hotel; old established and well ktxown hotel of TO rooms; excellent furni ture; well located and full all the time. Hotel" lodging houses, millinery stores, restaurants, cigar stands, saloona gro cery. drug and other stores in all parts of the city at all prices. LONDON INVESTMENT CO.- 814 Firs: Avenue, Seattle, Offers for sale: Lodging houses, central locations. Hotels, centra! locations. Cigar, candy and fruit stands. Butcher shop, cheap at S4OO. Grocery store, a bargain. lKidgmg house and lot. 34 roorts In house, t-irar title, for SI 600. Lodging house, 30 rooms, central, cheap. Farms, timber and fruit lands, rarms in Kent and Wenatchee valleys. Restaurant, right in center; this is a s:..ip. Flour mill, patent roller process, on R. K. .*nd ltde water. 54.000. Two sloops. 40 feet and 96 feet long, go ing cheap now. Houses and lots in all parts, i ug. deep water, best engines and boll ens. „ P jJ rtner wanted in manufacturing busi ness. OFFICE FOR SALE. of the superior court of r*yi-5 county. I am prepared to receive bids for the purchase of the plant and stock-in-trade of the Queen City Print ing Company, now being operated by me as a Job and bo>k printing business in rooms 14. IS. 16 and 17 Col man building, r irst avenue, Seattle. Wash., where the property may he seen. This ie an excel lent opportunity to acquire a going busl- S3"O SECURES half Interest In legitimate business; protits from S3OO to s»«> per month; light, honorable; transactions with leading merchants; incoming part ner can attend to office, keep books or collect; will bear closest investigation. Particulars of Golden Gate Ex changs. fil Hinckley block. A NKAT fruit, cigar and candy store, Al location, stood trade; must bti sold at once; price S2SO. An 8-room lodging house, nicely furniAed; good location; S3OO. Other bargains In lodging houses, saloons, restaurant? COLES. 403-4 New York Bloek. •iSi ®ALE—Oyster and chop house for ST-O: two days only: restaurant, well lo £?.L 32" acres near Waitsburg. Whitman county, for exchange; lodging house, brick building, gl.200; a snap. Mor gan s Exchange, .101-2-3-4 New York. ALE—Business, stoek Invoice about i. location in the central part of f y: lar *e store, with two years* lease. For particulars see Mayer Realty and Financial Co.. 33. 34 3S Union block. POR located, old "stahli«»hed bakery and cafe; price reasonable; daily Income, s»W. Call on Maver Realty and Financial Co.. 33. 34. 35 Union bloc k. IF' YOU have SSOO to invest in an estab lished business, well iocrted and paying from the start, write for particulars. H. L., care Posr-Intelligencer. F«">R SALE—We have one of the best lo cated saloons in the city. For particu lars see Mayer Realty Co., rooms 33. 34, 35 Union block. FOR SALE —A 6Ti-room lodging house, cen trally located; partly furnished. See Mayer Realty and Financial Co.. 33. 34. 33 Union block. WOULD LIKE TO INVEST a few thou sand dollars in good enterprise; must f'ind investigation. Active, care Post- Tntelllgencer. A FIRST-CLASS cigar ptand. well located, good trade; a rare bargain at $165. Call quick if you want it. Coles, 403-4 New York block. For SALE—7O-lnch Sturtevant fan. with engine attached; practically n» w: S4.V). Address C. L. Andrews. Clear Iv»ke, Wash. • FOR SAl,E—Barber shno; four chairs; running years; |l2O net orofit per month guaranteed. 33. 34. 35 Union block. FOR SALE—A lodglne bouse 30 rooms. !n the very best location. Inquire Mayer Realty Co.. rooms 33. 34. 35 Union block. For SALE A splendid paving restaurant; central location: none better See Mayer Realty Co.. rooms 33-35 Union block. WE HAVE a few business openings for partners, with good position. London Investment Co.. 614 First avenue. For SAT.E—Orocery store, with a good irade. will be sold reasonable. Mayer Realty Co., 33. 34, 35 Union block. FOR SALE— Cigar store; central location; will be sold reasonable. Maver Realty Co., room< 33. S4. 35 Union block CIGAR STANDS and locations, all prices; barber shops, ail prices. London Invest ment Co.. 614 First avenue. WILL r-nt a restaursnt. with privilege of buying. Send particulars to Frank X. Moore. Hotel Brunswick. SALOON for sale; good location; best fit tings; fine business. London Investment Uo„ 614 First avenue. FOR SALE—Meat market cheap; mint bo sold; have to go East. Inquire room 1 614 First avenue. FOR SALE At a barcaln. a fine cash reir. -ter. 1007 First avenue. PATENTS. drawings. trad® marks Adams. Colman block. s■"■ ,w * buys business clearing S3»too annualiv Splnnlne '' WILSON S MODERN BUSINESS col»e«-» New Collins building, big. thorough" practical, -elect individual desks ( Jm and be convinced of our suDe-'nr't. Telephone. M.iln 41« Pt..ority. FRENCH AND SPANISH languair*., p Constant and A. Bracons. SIX? ton building. Flr«t avenue. 1 ' ln *- I Km>Nfl In all common frliool b r languages a apecialty. Address Mrs V " care ' • ACADEMY OF THE HOLT Maw— . boardlnu and day •• hool for youn< ladle? WII SON'S Modern Buainesa Col: re bull-Mrg %ew ART. JESSIE M ELLIOTT, artist, r ' block 0,1 Mt *i|» \I.. MIBS ROtl C. KITCBKm -r.,-; SZ a>«d gu"ar formerly Instr jet "» ' v,,n _ EI.OCtTIOS. * y <~m UTloN— Llsale Jay R h • ' V"i urth ss I HHHI 1.1 A K I:P %|HI >t, UMBRELLAS Manufactured, r*..,over«i ani.i t*pAir«l; *en»ra: r«r>ilrrf BLI> Ptoirisc, ~ ADAMS Col nr. an block, traejr., printing draw ng K ' tmi:R WRKt KRR A O HKNJAM N Sar 1 pumpa f - v-oia rv ;• > hep: n -to k n: Ka .- *4 a \n< aim t » T JwfiENliANiS, *— w .i I'.-.i-eer, Rt SIS ESS CHASCES. D. E. DURIE. Receiver. F.IH C ATIOSAL. FISASCIAU MATER REALTY AND FINANCIAL CO.. Rooms 32, S3 and 54 Union block. All kinds of stocks and b?nds negotiated. Correspondence solicited. LIBERAL ADVANCES on valuablej*-. Watches. diamonds and warrants it low rates. Uncle Joe Loan OfSc», 517 Second. lARAHvago ASSETS—MutuaI Benefit Life leans money (full va'uel t»n Its policies. Angus W. Young, 119 Washington block. STATE COUNTY AND SCHOOL WAR rants and ty-nds bought and sold. Dorr * Co.. room A. Bailey building. LIFE INSURANCE POLICIES purchaa ed at market prices Richard Herafeld. 171 LaSaiie street. Chicago. TO LOAN—Si.TO. S2» on approved city propertv. Wm P Harper, Dexter Horton Bank building. THE OREGON MORTGAGE COMPANY. Ltd.— Rober* J. Fisher. Agent. 403 Bailey building. THE THOMAS INVESTMENT CO.. Smith block: mortgage loans and fire In surance. HERBERT S UPPER makes loans on farms and timber land. 12 Scheuenman block. i? NTS bought and sold. Wm. D. Ferkinj A Co., SOl New York block. Se attle. JAMES POTHWELL. loans and Insur ance. 2S Boston block; telephone, Mxia COLLATERAL BANK—Money loaned on good collateral. 105 Cherry : EDMUND BOWDEN. financial agent, Horton Bank building. MONKY to LOAN—F. J. Foster. Colo nial block. PRIVATE MONEY—GroII * Damua. lOt Madison. LOANS—Mrs. Patrick, 704 New York block. VALENTINE SCRIP for sale. S2 Boston block. 1 SHORT time loans. srt2 New York block. SPECIAL NOTICES. CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATION—No- is hereby given, in accordance with section 7 of Article XVI. of the city char ter. that examinations wili be held at the city hall for ail persons who have filed applications lor positions in the classified service of the city of Seattle, ae nihntloned below. Said examinations will begin on the 7th day of December. md Wl il include the positions of registration clerk and clerk copyist in clerical department and engi neers In the tire department. Applicants will be examined in the sub jects mentioned on pagts 39 and 40 of the civil service rules and regulations, togeth er with such additional tesis as will b- st show the qualifications of the applicant for the position for which he applies. Regis tration clerks should be Informed as to the geography of the city, its divisions into wards and precincts, the system used in naming anil numbering streets, the elec tion and registration laws, etc. No application for these examinations will be approved later than December Ist. 181*7. Each applicant will receive postal notice of the exact tkne of his examination. F«y order of the Civil Service C'>mmls»<ton. A. H. GROUT. Secretary. NOTlCE—Notice Is hereby given that the regular annual meeting of the stock holders of The Yukon Company will be held at the office of the company, room 318 Burke building. Seattle Wash., on Thursday, the 7th day of De cember. 1897. for the election of trustees and such other business as may proper- W come before the meeting. Dated November 8. 1897. A. COOKINGHAM. Secretary. TAKE N<)Tl«"E—Notice is herebv given to the public that I will not be tv«tpon«i ble for any debts or business of any kind or nature contracted in my name. " more partlou!arly bv the firm of Clanc* & Montgomery, logerers at Sherwood. Kin* county, without mv written con«»nt THOMAS CLANCY, Sr November 23. 1897. COMPOSITION— We are now prepared to do composition for the trade (anv meas ure) in Nonpareil. Minion. Brevier and Long Primer. Satisfaction guaranteed Call or address Poet-Intelligencer. Seat tle BPECIAL INFORMATION DAILY to manufacturers, business houses and public mer. by the Press nipping Bu reau Allen's), room 42 McKay buildlne Portland. Or. ' LSSI'RASCE. ATLAS ASSURANCE "COMPANY; "of London—Organized ISOR. Assets. SlO 000 • 000. Fire losses promptly adjusted. Ed mund Bowden. agent, Horton bank build- Ing. CHARLES WATSON. Insurance 302 803 and 304 New York building. Telephone. Main 408. BURNS ft ATKINSON, general lnsur ance. 14 Boston block. GOODWIN. RASER ft FISKEN. lnaur anca Haller block. WATERHOUSE ft BEACH. Insurance. A Colman building. HANFORD ft STEWART. Insurance. 207 Pioneer building. CALHOUN ft CO., general insurance. Olympic block. CRAWFORD. CONOVER ft CO., New York block. ATTO R SETS- AT-L AW. ~ FRED 11. PETERSON, attorney and counselor. Rooms 1-3 Olympic block. PRATT ft RIDDLE, attorneys at law, rooms 3WO-310-3U Bailey building. BTRUVE. ALLEN. HUGHES ft Mc- Mlcken. Bailey building. ANDREW F. BURLEIGH, attorney at law. Burke building. HUMPHRIES. HUMPHREY ft EDSEN. Occidental block. W. D LAMBUTH. Seattle National Bank building FRANK B. WTESTLINO, Occidental blk. T. H. CANN -417 Pioneer. Tel.. Black 1170. W. F. HAYS "«rtc e. M 4 f New Y >rk blk. MIT O A ROOT Ml 4 Roxwell building M M MADIOAN Wt Nfw York block PATF.STS ASD DRAW ISO. AI •A M 3 Cotvan block. Seattle -oiicitor of United States and Canadian patents. Expert Patent ofTire. merh inleal ilr:tw lr.gs and hlue printing trade marks. ESKISEERS AM) i'ON T RACTO R*. BAN FRANCISi 'fPIHIITH; ET'O M I'A'.NT engineers and contractors; bridge Ing. dredging, harbor improvements and general contracting. Chartt-a street and First avenue south. SEATTLE BRII>GE COMPANY of bridges for railroads and highways; y-llc driving trestle and wbsrf b jildtng* 513 SeattlwN^^malßank. bulldlfic BOOK HIMiIM.. WE LEAD the printing procession. mo . ir.g proep«Ctus»»j- and »tock certihcate* % laity Metropolitan iTlntinir Btnd ng Company, D»xter Horton Bank buildUig. Seattle. p ANTHONY Oeneral bookbinder, pa ter ruler and blank book manufacturer fel Flr-t avenue foot of Cherry. Kline ft v TaVe "Vwinf MI.K» ll%> r TUI.OUv TW >N. MERCHANT TAIUtt. ftM K -«t avenue. Fine Imported Silts made to order CHOY CHUNG CO.. 14b* S.<- nd, between Pike and I'B.on Pr c-s r>du :ed PHOTOOR IPHIC *1 PPLIRS. C. W PARKER A CO fresh paper and plate*; everything used In phdogra; hy; oorr.er First avenue ar d rry -tre»t. H E DIAMOND ICE AND O !.D STORAGE company fo< t of t'rdon street, n^irtufac tur** erv» ? »i to- from ej THEO DE3CHNER, gunsmiUi. removed 127 Ycai ».t. HHltlK mn. KLOXDIKE—CHAKCES. OW N'KR of a sma;S herd of reindeer in 'ha Bast wishes to dispose of f HIT of the animate; same «r« in first-class condition, .tbie to travel l<»» miles a day with poumls to 3w> pounds of freight to ~ach; more u*?ful -hsin horses or dogs in the far north, and always and their own for age; price reasonable. Address Stacker, ♦ > .San is street. Brooklyn. N. Y. Ft'R PASSAGE to Copper river and ex perienced guide to interior, leaving De cember J2 next. In 110-ton schooner I-iu r»apply to C. M. Thular.d. 2T Sullivan building. WANTED—First-class Klondike placer properties, for which I have cash pur chasers. F. L. Sutermeister, Jr., Spo kane. Wash. KI.O*DIKK—\% A*T«. WANTED—PIacer claims to work on shares or by contract in Alaska or Ca nadian territory; we already have con tracts and want others: our men go North r n February; our company is or ganized under the laws of Michigan, and references of the very highest can be furnished as to the honesty and ability of every man in the company: if you want to avoid the terrible climate of Alaska and have your claims worked on shares by men who will be honest with you In t very particular, address, with full particular#, to \V. J. Hopkins. Sec retary, P. O. Box S2, St. Ckir, Mich. KLONDIKE—OITFITS. F. SHUTE A CO.. 1010 Second avenue, opposite Rlalto. Complete mining out fits f«srnti*h«^ff: lowest prices: hich-srade goods; estimates given; special rates to parties of ten or over. GAS ENGINES for Klondike or any other place; stationary or marine. Geo. Sinti, 1307 Western avenue. FOH SALE—STK.VMK IIS. STEAMSHIPS FOR KLONDIKE!—A se ll ctlon of cheap steamships for sale, suit able to run between Seattle and Alaska. Steam vessel circular. Samuel Holmes, 6S Broad street. NVw York. FOR SALE The staunch stern-wheel steamer Clan McDonald: especially adapted for river work. For particulars inquire of Lilly. Rogardus «!fc Co. PHVSICIA9S ASO SI RUKOVS. DR. GEORGE M. HORTON. physician and surgeon, removed to rooms 912 and 303 Bailey building, corner Second avenue and Cherry. DR. FLEISCHER Specialty, surgery, genlto-urlnary and female diseases. Of fice, Washington block. 705 First avenue* Seattle. DR. MILES removed to 323 Bailey build ing. Black S3l. Residence, 612 Pike street; Buff 651. DR. CALHOUN. Starr-Boyd block. Tele phone. Main 391. DR. SARAH KENDALL, Holyoke block. Telephone, Green 351. DR. VESER. Washington block. Tele phone. Red 251. DR. AGNES B. HARRISON. Holyoke block. DR. ANNIE RUSSELL. 26 Roxwell build ing. DENTISTS. DR.~h7f.~SMITH and DR. C. 11. De LA mater, 11. 12, 13 and 14 Hinckley. Tele phone. Main 355; residence. Main 297. DR. C. L. NELSON—Residence. 1111 Third avenue; office Collins block. Tel Red 1.341. DR. G. E. WEBSTER. 321 Cedar street. corner Fourth avenue. North Seattle. GEORGE E. THOMPSON. D. D. S., Burke block. ALBTN * SMITH—TeI,. BhiciTl.l2s. SuN Uvan block. D. I. BURKHART. D. D. S. Third and Jamea. OCULISTS AXD AIRISTS. DR. A. B. KIBBE, oculist, aurlst and physician for diseases of the throat: re moved t?» rooms 32€ 327 Bailey building, corner Second and Cherry streets. DR. STILLSON. eye, ear. nose and throat; removed to No. 8 Hinckley. DR > JjVHITE ;Bi e£ejnvW^ CHIROPODISTS. 11 ANNA, espeft chiropodist. Parlors re moved to Burke building: reception room 33»i All comi>etltors challenged. MRS. DR. NETA BRUNDAGE. Corns cured; new method; and manicure. SIS First avenue. CLAIRVOYANTS. SPIRITUAL INSTITUTE - Healing, teaching and developing for medlumshlp Dr. Chesbro. manager. Mrs. Chesbro" set r. Spiritual and business s.Mdings dally. Public circles, Mon., Thur., Bp. m. Room 422 Seattle Nat. Bank building! MISS PERRY, room 19 Epler biock. 813 Second avenue, second floor; the greatest known card and planet reader, palm istry; If you are in trouble* do not fail to see "her; your fortune for 11. MPS. E EMMETT. the South African me dium. In her wonderful clairvovant sight reveals past, present and future; con sult her: readings, s#e. Rooms 22 and 23 811 Second avenue. MADAM ESPERANZA. elatrvovant lif« j reader, business advice. Kennebec block ■ Vesler way, room L i PLEASE CALL and see the wonderful i clairvoyant, Mme. Francisco, ing s ec . ond avenue, n»-ar Pike. I MRS. SWAN. ** Serond; hsths: rheuma tism and nervousness cured ! FLORANCE MARVIN predicted Klondjkl strike- _jLj£*L_.. Accoimm ~ WANTED -One or two more s-TsVf"bfw,k"; to keep; offVo an<l safe place to care for books in New York block; r*r»r*n«>*>« if iN fjulr.-d. Address r, c-„ r - post! In-.^llK^ncer. E C. HOLMES, account mt-ho ks and closed: books audited, collations j promp'ly attended to. Rcom Baiiey building ERNEST LEO, expert bookkeeper. JoToc" cldental block MESSENGER SFMVKK. KING THE ' O. K. " BOX for m -< eng»>fZ Western Union and Great Northern tele grams harks, gumey*. and express wagons; qui' k service. Tele-phone M tin 150. 614 Second. Branch Pacific 'Laun n ram kri r:«H. TYPEW RITERS—Try th» n< w i>a 11-bear ing Densmore. new model CahtfTaph or new No. 4 \ ost before purchasing a type writer. Seattle Typewriter L* h^tiga, |»\ KIN«. *>•» I I r §>lX6, ! BAN FRANCISCO DYE WORKS. &at Sec | o;,U 1 e.e p j purnii. WIRE AND IKOS WORKS. PACIFIC RATLING AND I'LATiNG Wotk* Us Union. fTOTK BKKIIKIIB. STOVE AND RANOE REPAIRS. a 4 kifid-.. liy Third street M»1 l( I. TO * »»%TH TOR*. j j;, yjn 7i NTR a CT» >R.-i RH C" »pi * hr- re . iv»-i at the company's off;- YV. •„ and Seae« a streets for :ite of t;*. L-e (.'MBienj'i r=ta p»*nt. I*T- ; , i *i.d will be a- tr- compa ny * ofTioe Mocday. Nov>ml* r V<-~, ' t-« n'« th* r g..i !or»-;- < t ,ir.y asd aii "■ ■-S. 1 0 1. J. C MI7CIIELL. Manaitif. \o riCK TO COSTR4CTOHS. TREASURY ~ DEPARTM E NT. U>n. I>. C., Nov«ab«er llih* proposals -ire iwrt. y invited wrul rtceiwd at tnis department until - o ■ not «t iv n.. Tuesday. January li. a J which ;im. and piace tney w»u be ir\ ;he <>t atttiunsff ,or tne liuiiilm.it by contract one cotnpo «te tsteei -tnd wood.) St am i'roiKi.er, tor thi L. S. Coast and iiwdelic survo ,* J , service in Alaska and the Aleutian is*- jru.- The ia;u: ot the appropi for rhe building -and completion of tms ve»ei u one And iwoOty*n\» thousand doiiars Said vttwel is to be constructed in acoorflini* . plans and specifications provided •■>' tne I*. S. Coast and Geodetic Surve>. w iioa. together >viui forms of proposal, contract, rtc., nuy be upon AppiicA*-«vo to tne L. S. Coast and Geodetic survey OffKv after December 7, Proposals will i*e considered only from *uch s*up builders as can snow to the satisfaction of iiu secretary of tne treasury mat tney are *>t the nwNSiiy j»4aoi facility for performance of the work. EMdeiii'e as to this ability cnust aecom pany the proposal. Each proposal must include the construction of both the ves sel and her machinery, complete in a;* respects, as required by the plans ana specifications. Contractor's plan* ft ' ul specifications differing from those of tne d> partment will. however, be considered. The «uul vessel must be completed and delivered on or before February i. lsw. Bidders are informed that because of the urgent need of speedy delivery the eicment of time to be consumed In her construction will be given ivnsideration in determining the award of the con tract. Each proposal cnust be accompan ied with a cash deposit or certified check payable to the order of the secretary of the treasury, in the sum of five thousand dollars iThe certified cluck of the successful bidder will be retained until the execution of a Uirrnal bond <»r con tract. and the approval of the same by the secretary of the -treasury, and the certified checks of the unsuccessful bid ders will be returned immediately atter tne propositi of the successful bidder snail have been accepted. Bids must bo addressed to the secretary of the treas ury, and be endorsed on the envelope "Proposal for U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey Steamer for Service in Alaska and the Aleutian Islands." The rlgtit is reserved to reject any or all bids, and to waive defects if deemed for the interest of the government so to do. L*. J. GAGE, Secretary. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Street Lighting. Sealed proposals will be received by thn Board of Public Works of the City of Se attle tip to 10 o'clock a. m. Monday. No vember 29. 1*97, for furnishing street liehts tor said City for one year from and after the first day of January. IS9S. according to the following specifications and the plan on file in the office of said board. Each bid must be accompanied by a cer tified check in the amount of one thousand (l.(»W dollars, payable to the order of the t'ity Comptroller, as a guarantee that the bidder, if awarded any contract, .viH with in ten (10) days from the date of award, enter into contract in accordance with his said bid, and the specifications and plan, and give the required bonds for the faith ful performance thereof, and in case any bidder to whom said contract may be awarded shall fail to enter into such con tract cr give the required bonds within said period of ten (10) days, then said cer tified check shall be forfeited to the City of Seattle, and the amount thereof placed to th.- credit of the General Fund for street light account. Bidders are hereby notified to take spe cial note of the provisions of the specifi cations under which street lights are now being furnished to the City, entitled "Pur ehase of Plant at Expiration of Contract." and all bids must b© made subject to said provisions. All proposals to be Indorsed on the en velope "Bid for Street Lighting." By order of the Hoard of Public Works. FRANK OLESON. Secretary. U. S. ENGINEER OFFICE. Burke Build ing, Seattle, Wn„ Nov. S, 1597. Sealed proposals for furnishing SOO.HOO tons of stone and other materials for construc tion of jetty at Grays Harbor. Wash., will be received here until 2 p. m., De cember 10. 1597. rind then publicly opened. Information furnished on application. Harrv Taylor. Oapt.. Engrs. CITY NOTICES. NOTICE op ASSESSMENT ROIX OF Local Improvement District No. 140. for the Improvement of Howell Street, from Boren Avenue to the alley betwecnTerry and Ninth Avenues, and the alley run ning through block 42. Heirs of Sarah A. Bell's Second Addition, under Ordinance No. 4604 and hearing thereon. Notice is hereby Riven that the assess ment roll of Local Improvement District No. 140. for the Improvement of Howell Street from Boren Avenue to the alley be tween Te r rv and Ninth Avenues, and the alley running through block 42. Heirs of Sarah A. Bell's Second Addition, tinfler Ordinance No. 4W>4 has been reported by the Board of Public Works to the City Council of the City of Seattle, and is now on file In thn office of the city comptroller and ex-offlclo cttv clerk, and the same Is now open for public Inspection at said office and will remain open for Inspection until Monday, the sixth day of December. 1897 at 5 o'clock p. m., and all persons Inter ested are hereby required to appear before the City Council at a session to be held In the Council Chamber In the Cltv Hall, on the sixth day of December. 1897. at 7:30 o'clock p. m.. and make objections there to. At said time so fixed the Council will consider anv and all objections made and will make such corrections In said roll as it deems Just, and will then, by Ordinance approve such roll and levy and ax-ess the amounts thereof against each parcel and lot shown in said roll, and declare the same a first lien thereon. Said matter may be adjourned to a later date If so or dered by the City Council. WILL IT. PARRY, City Comptroller ami Ex-offlclo Cltv Clerk of the city of Seattle. Date of first publication, November 4th. J S3?. NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT ROT„L,_No tice of Assessment Roll of Local im provement District No. 141. for the im provement of Pike S:r<et. in the r-jty 0 f S*attle, from Seventh Avenue to Eighth under Ordinance No. and hearing thereon. Notice Is hereby given that the assess ment roll of Local Improvement District No. hi, for the improvement of Pike Street. in the City of Seattle, from Seventh Avenue to Eighth Avenue, under Ordi nance No. 411 y . has Icen reported by the Hoard of Public Work- to the City Coun cil of the City of Seattle, and in'now on tile in the office of the City Clerk. Mid the ha me is now open for public inspection at said ofliee. and will remain open for In spection until Monday, the «th dav of De cember. lvj;. at 5 o'clock p. m„ and all per sons interested are hereby required to ap pear before the City Council at a session thereof to be held in the Council In the city Hall, on the fith day of Decem ber. 1897, at 7 30 o'clock p. m., and make objections thereto. At said time so ftxeti th« Council i»iil consider any and i»H ob jections made, and will make such correc tion# tn said roll ne it deem* Just, and will then by Ordinance approve such roll and MVjr and asaem the amounts thereof against each parcel and lot shown in aaid roil, and de. i.,re the same a first Hen therein, matter may be adjourned to a later date if so ordered by the City Coun _ „ WILD H. PARRY, City < omp'rolhr and ex-officio City C erk of the < itv of Seattle ' r>tte of first publication. November 18. ORDIN'AVt K N'>. 4C7%—AtvOrdina neA pfo» yidin»r for the purchase from the n.lniin -Is'raters o' the estate of Jo'.ti H N*a gle decease.! Of the ea-i! h tif of bio. Ks 1!'. "V» and fa and all of blocks 20 29 and of John H. Nade'a S»-v*ond Addition to the ' ity of Seattle, for the sum of ten thousand, eight hundred |io si»»» dollars ami appropriating money th*r»for and ratifying and connrmb g the acts of tie city comptroller and city engineer in bid ding for K*id property at the adminis trator s Male thereof. Wher*-;i>. at th- -<ale of real entitle be- K' KiiiK to tl.f of John H. Nagl* de ceased. ur»i -h s . »4N h'-l'l in PUIMIWA of an erler of th-- Super lor Court of km* «'o. fits Wa-'iifurton. the .-|t> c.,nmtrolh»r and city .•ns«.r,--r of The « tt> of Seattle did. ir. behalf of *a J c.ty bid such »al* th* sura of iHi thou-and, etfc-ht hundred f.ixh, f.ir tb< foilowj',' dc *crtb» d property. t«-w,t; TP,- eiH; njl |f „ f biix k i'<. 3>'» and 3-". and alt of block and 36. of Joh a H Naa's's Second Addi tion to th* (':!>• of Seattle, wln« h bid «raa a-—pted by th<- adinnimratorw of u.i en tity and by ,-aUI .»up«-rior • oun ~-.d , t!l ~r . d-r ii oif hy »aid court that %n d hid ratified ,nd rr>'ihrn>«d ind Wh*r«-a* «i«id bid mwio m pornu ance of % of th»- city council r,f i ne i Hy of t* a'iopt**'! Nuvt ml)fr l v o, iiow tro r-fore. !'.<• it ord 1 fti by th" f'ity ut Seattle aa St-ttiOß 1 Th.it 'he get--, of the ity ..ntd t' *r and <"?y comptroller In bidding ff> r the property dc»/-rtbed for <aiil tntm of t • 1 thru- rl, »-sTh» hondretl dtiiar-. ii, t- haif of The City of rf«-;tt(U; tt.» )»<<;.. th» r-of by ib<- admlnliitrri'.i.ra .f tii» .--tat* of J>h If S" ltrie d'-r • a .-d t-.- ;ifil ' the came hereby ratift«-d. i. on l J ■ !«•■! and *'! >;.?<-thy Th»- f'ity <.f tie S -r. 1 That The City of ((eattie. in our a jai.ee ol »a.U ->". d nia4c on u< b«liaU fur CITY SOTICK*. the said land* purchase the um. the estate of Johs- H. Nas'e. ,i«vea<ed v 2? pay therefor to the administrators of *»u estate the -urn of un >u »n } rich* dred <*!<-.» dollars ,„n the proper officer of - i; , !v of "ytj and sufficient deed. conv-'vin* t h# lands to the said eit\ free from aev all lietis. incumbrances of cvt-'virtiSi taxes and assessm. nts. ,rd that The r?!i of Seattle accept said .bed >f onve»«n2 when so delivered to such oft cer See. 3. For the pa; of payin* tk. said sum as the purchase pri.-e for *£S lands, the mayor and comptroller are fj* thortxed to draw warrants upon the w«» fund in the sum of seven thousand. hundred twenty and <*M d vs lars. and upon the park fund in the trf three thousand, one hundred and 10-h*» <JS.I».W> dollars, and that tht warrants so drawn up n each of said fund!, may be Issued in such derominatigee a V?I for such araotmis resp c ve vas th- mava» and comptroller may deetr for the best'tnl terests of the cltv. Sec. 4. This ordinance *hall take effect and be in force from and after its ' and approval, if approved by the Mayo? otherwise it shall take effect at the timeii shall become a law under the provision, of the City Charter. swn# Passed the City Council the '.Mth day of November, IW. and sinned hy n» i n on« session in authentication of its nasaa** this i4th day of November. !>s?. J. E. CUH'HTON, T > resident of *he City Council by me this 24th dav of Novem ber IJWT T J. nr.MRS Mayor Filed by me this 24th day of November IS>7. Attest: Wil l. H. TARRT Cltv Comptroller and cx-oflficio Cit» Clerk. (Seal.> Published November 26. lst»7. IMPOUNDED STOCK NOTICK—The fol lowing described heifer, placet! in the city pound Friday, November l*i, ISi>T. will sold at public auction to the highest bid der for cash in hand, to pay cost of la. pounding and advertising. Wednesday December S. at b> o'clock a. m., at the front door of police headquarters corner Third avenue und Yester way: One. Jersey heifer, 2 years old, having « bell on. The owner of the above described helfag being unknown to me. C. S. REED, Chief of Police. Date of first publication, Nov. 23. !W. IMPOUNDED STOCK NOTICE— The fa. lowing described cow. placed in the city pound Friday, November 1<». 1*97. will be sold at public auction to the highest bidder for cash in hand. to i*ay cost of impounding and advertising, Wednesday December s. is;* 7. at 10 o'clock a. m. at the front door of police headquarters, corner Third avenue and Yesler way: One red and white cow. tip of hom broken off. and having a bell on; 7 vear* old. • The owner of the above described cow being unknown to me. C. S. REED. Chief of Police, Date of first publication. Nov. 23. ljy. LEGAL NOTICES. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OP THB State of Wishington for the County of King.—"The United Trust, Limited" Slalntiff vs. Jacob Mogg, Rachel Mon. eph O. Dunn. E. R. IJ Hen thai. O. R Beebe. Patrick Downey and P. N. Lilien thai. defendants. The State of Washington to the said Zeph O. Dunp, E. R. Ulienthal and P. N. Lil ienthal. Defendants: You are hereby summoned to appear within sixty days after the date of the first publication of this summons, to-wlt: within sixty days after the 22d day of Oc tober. 1N97. and defend the above-entitled action in the above-entitled court, and an swer the complaint of the plaintiff, and serve a copy of your answer upon the un dersigned attorney for plaintiff, at his of. lice below stated; and In case of your fail ure so to do. Judgment will be "rendered against you according to the demand of the complaint, which has been filed wlUi the clerk of said court. The object of this action is to recover Judgment against the defendants. Jacob Mogg and Rachel Moo, upon their promissory notes, given to toe plaintiff herein. Judgment being asked la the sum of six hundred twenty-four dol lars and forty-three cents, besides Interest, costs and attorney's fees, and likewise te foreclose and determine the Hun of a real estate mortgage given by tho defendants, Jacob and Rachel MoKg. to the plaintiff herein, to secure the payment of their promissory notes above referred to, and the plaintiff further seeks to bar and cut off the rights of all of the defendants in said mortgaged premises. The morttra|tt-d premises arc described as follows, to-wit: Lots nine and ten, of section twenty-seven (271, township twenty-one (211 north, of range five (5) east, of the Willamette me ridian. said property being In King coua ty, Washington. GEO. H. FUNK, Plaintiff's Attorney. Post office address: Olympla, Thurston County. Washington. Date of first publication, October 22, WW. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE-In th« Superior Court of the State of Washing ton. for the County of King.— Ernest Hyde Gardner and Mary Ella Gardner, plaintiffs, vs. James C. Spurr Erlith I). Spurr. the Guarantee Loan and Trust Co., a corpoiatlon; Jacob Furth. ts re ceiver of the Guarantee Man ind Trust Co., a corporation; Jacob Furth. as as signee for the benefit of the creditor* of the Guarantee Loan and Trust Co.. • corporntlon. an<l the City of Seattle, de* fondants. No. 23.!»4<i, Coder and by virtue of an order of unit and special execution. Issued out of the above-named court. In the above-entitled ucUon, and to mo directed and delivered. 1 hav«* duly levied upon the following real property, situated In King county, Wa»b- Ington, to-wlt: The strip of land one hundred and twen ty (1L"0) feer wide and one hundred and thirty-one H3l> fret lon*. l*ing the east two-thirds of the following-described pleca or pa reel of land, to-wlt: Beginning at a point one hundred and thirty-one (TCI) feet south of the northeast corner of ihe tract of land heretofore frranted by 11. VV. Pon tius and wife to Fred Creed®, runninf thence east one hundred and eighty n*') feet, thence *outh one hundred and thirty one (131) feet, them e west one hundred and elKhty (lMi) feet. thenee north one hundred and thirty-one flSl* feet, to the place of h« jrtnnln*. nit In King county, state jf Washington. together with all and alng'J lar the tenements, lwreditamenta and ap« •purtenances thereunto belonging or In any* wim appertaining. Notice Is therefore hcrchv given that oil Saturday, the IMh dav of December. !*<?. at the hour of 10 o'clock a. nt. of said day, at the front door of the court hou*e. In the city of Seattle, in said Kinir county. I will ae|| the above-described property at pabHo auction, to the hlglu st and best hi Ider, for cash. Dated this IMb dav of Novemt>er. IM7. WM. 11. MOVER. Sheriff. McClure fr Haas, Attorneys. NOTICE OF SHERIFF S SALE- In the Superior Court of the State of Washlnf ton. for the County of King.—Ja*®® Furth, as assignee in Insolvency of tJie Guarantee Loan and Trust < ompanTj plaintiff, vs William c. Heilbroo aj4 Eva D. Heiibron. Arielia Carpenter. Mi chael Earles, Horatio Hathaway aw* Savings and Loan Society, defendant*. No. 21,129 . TTnder and by virtue of an order of jaw and special execution, issued out of tw above-named court In the above-entltw action, and to mt> directed and delivered, I have duly levied upon the following property, situated In King county, Waaft- Ington, to-wit: . All of lots one <l>. two (2), three (31 ana the «onth half of lot four 14), In block thwe (8). in W N. Bell's Seventh addition t0 ~,# city of Seattle. .»,.«■ Notice Im therefore hereby given tnlt" Saturday, the m dav of December at the hour of 10 o'clcm k a rn of said <l»T> at the front door of the < art house, in tne city of KeaU'e in twid Kinf '*ounty. I wj™ sell t tie above-describe.) property at auction, to the high' >t »t»d t*est Mo*™ lor cash. Dated thi* Ith day of Nov-inber '*]■ WM If VfoYKR. Shefl*. Preston. Curr & CMniat Attorneys NoTICK OK HIIKTtIKF'S SALE-I» Hup. rior i'lHtrt of the St I*e of Wa*wß»* ton. for the County of K vk.~ fl r *s *"*' tional Hank of Seatf- pUlntlff. Catherine ("oughUn and John btiKband and J J lh:rn». V»ijllaJa M. Curti*. Donahue -Kelly Hank in if Oy Pany and .John Barrett Company. <»•" f< ndarit*. No m Cnder and hy virtue ' in order of **• and Mp*< ,at execution. Issued out of «t<ove-naro«l court, in the action. and to me direct. •! and delivered*, h-'tv* d'ily upon t! - fo!! r 'W'' l <f **|r r»rop«*rty. situated in Kin*: county. Warn* initios, to-w't: Ix>t* thirteen fUS). fourteen <H> and "V te«m or.». m block twenty-four (2H. in iH«,n Street addition of :h»- ''lT y o* SEAWIW In Kin* county. \V,s%h't«:ton. Kotlw ia therefore hcieby given tnaf«» K»«tuixtay the i7>h rtav of V v< rnbet. at th~ h-.ur of 1" o'cif- k 1 n> of 'Ufci at the front door of the cpurt.'iWWi. ™ the city of Seattle. in « « I KKIK ''OUMF". wsll sell th- at»Ove-d« - rib* I property 71 public auction, to the huho#t and bldd< r, for rash. Dated thbs >'b d nr of 0.-'f.^t. WM. 11. MUYKA. BH*F» Jume.< Kifcfcr, Attorney.