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besiness ciucn.
well established merchan
™. hrtgite*? wa.ch will bear the t io«*-«t
Foe particulars %te
Co.. 2i> Union block.
» « a r.E—Without doubt the beet lo
*w«T store 1b the city, will
JJiS- or »el! BM It 1?. at the option of
Jljypr 1 itii.ity Co., ii-Jl-Sl
HfSa hiock
■m aAT.F-Oood paying dairy on street
* tvi > established milk
MBt« in c'ty. thl * >* a 'hance for some
_ vnr further information *ee Mayor
g£n» Co.. 3: umor block.
•rtr sAt.E-Oyar end fr iH store doing
Mi*er Realty Co., 33,
g I'tjioo block.
gALE—Saloon. one of the be«t loca
riSv. in the city Csi: on Mayer Realty
C#T ft « Union block.
«n* HALR-A 15-roon; lodging house: cen
lUtiy located. Mayer Realty Co., C, 34,
£ L'iuoo block.
•OR pAt.Fi—A 2S-room 10-'jring house;
located and cheap. Mayer Realty
Co.. S3. 34. & Union, block.
VOX BALE—A gplendidly located restaur
ant at a reasonable priee. Come and »ee
tfcyer Realty Co.. g. Union blank.
~ MUI«TING OFFICE FOR SALE.
•f DIRECTION of the sup-rior court of
King county. I am prepared to receive
MAi for the purchase of the plant and
Zek-ln-trade of the Queen City Print
-scomp»ny now being operated by m«i
7a lob and book print In* business In
i«MM 11, 15. 16 and 17 Colman building,
Vint avenue. Seattle. Wash., where tha
■raperty may be seen. This to an excei-
opportunity to acquire a gfeng busl-
D. E. DURIE. Receiver.
•OR SALE—I!7S to »w<o. fruit and elgar
(taad»: 122S to Ha*"' restaurants; sl(W> to
mart groceries. *♦.«> upward, lodging
houses; ail these are good locaMons: some
save leases: we make a specialty of
fcuirtnew chances; buy now r>#>for«i the
next rise. Roatns 20-21 P.-I. blOf:k.
JOR SALE—Saloon, doing a blir business;
very fine location: U>w rerk. Owner must
tell «n account of his health. F. M. Jor
dan, 5 and S Colonial block.
FOR SALE—Si lodging houees: some so
cial bargains; also a pood 10-room resi
dence. 5i,300. T. L. Dabney, i>*> New
Tt-rk block.
WANTED-Ho:»l woman will buy JiMlKin*
bous*. 20 to If' rooms; give deuil* .r:d
h>*f*t price. AfldreKs D. P., Po*t-liitelli
ftttcer.
•H WILL BT'Y a fin.' grocery and butcher
tomineSf" doing a SIJ-a-day busines-; low
«nt F. if. Jordan. 5 and 6 Colonial
Work.
fOR SALE —Cheap: one of the bent pay
ing *a!oor..« in the heart of the city. Ap
ply at once rooms 1 and 2. Ha Her block.
pr)R SALE—Saloons restaurants, lodging
Huv « and si! klnd« <>* S )«!n - c'ji-
Morgan's Exchange. 501-2-3-4 New York.
POP SALE—Double block shingle mill;
' -Mro". 4 Colman block
eWbtiv* business clearing $2 000 annually.
Wnntnr
FOR RALE-REAL ESTATE.
F. M JORDAN.
Real Estate and Insut tnc*,
i and fi Colonial block.
Ri»-The finest corner. t*x 120. on Boren
avenue near Madison, and a good ten
room bouse.
tM-A Jitsr home of k v'fii rooms in
Oaeeri Anne; lot juxlitS.
R»-A fine « -room house, on car lu>e and
traded street, open fire places and mm
i«l*: only eight minutes from i>osloffiee.
right in the town of Brooklyn,
blether with a foot lot (a corner)
Jt»t arrosn the street from the county
courthouse,
|»-S-«rre tract, all cleared, and close to
city.
Jt«i-Tiro good lots. 120x120. on Twenty
first avenue, close to Madison street.
FOR RESULTS.
LIST YOUR
PROPERTY
WITH ME.
F M JORDAN.
5 and 6 Colonial block
B-ACRE garden, modern house, tine or
ehard. on« mile end of car line, green
home, etc., $2,500.
J"«cr* garden, 2'i acres small fruit, lm-
Cved house, etc., one mile end of car
'. It.OOO.
Uf ®* 120. two 6-room houses, modern, on
Terry avenue.
MAD IGAN EOT New York Block.
XOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS The
«*T»rk Mining and Realty »'o.. fios and
New York block, will advertise, at
their own expense, and make every ef
fort to sell or rent (as directed) property
fitted with them. J F. Yoho, Mgr.
Realty Buyers, see our list.
CITT PROPERTY, timber lands, frnil
•fid farm lands, equities, mortgages.
»Ik« and good business chances bought
»na sold; money loaned on flrst-class
JwMents. Kellogg & Dabnt-y. 21" Colum
»i street
SALE OB EXCHANGE—We have
'lfjtarit eight-roomed house, with one
». >'■ P' ent >" of fruit, too. in summer,
M trade ft>r equity in Seattle prop
or good farm See Radeliffe. 20S
**Wer building. Seattle.
ESTATE bought, sold or e\chang-
JJ' r *®ldence and business, city property,
rjSfnss timber lands. acreage property,
J;. *** ch*r,ce*. equities. real e*-
ate nun. Madlxan 507 New York block
••iL nor the»«t corro rof I'lne and Sev-
V .price s.".,uuii Inquire Mrs.
•5l r '*kt. 1415 Fourth avenue, be
**n "Iks and I'nlon streets
off LANDS In Mason and
fc l?. r,,on counties; tacellent fruit land;
fjf!7 e ' p * r *' and n oely situated for
2? ,: fav.rable terms Tacoma Mill
_ *™P*ny Tacoma, Wash.
„ " ■—lnside property, worth not
in egfhange for unlncum
p!S Wtsld* prt*rertv or fi>r cash. W.
°_wrtght C 4 Burke building
wL ,®®TATK bouK'it and sold; good
in all of property.
} B'«rt»s!d.- <:? *:» Hurke build-
J 3 *- Telephone. Green 621.
»ii • " Blncklev hl.'ck. general
business, cares for property
Ll' 1 ° n "lndents, taxes t aid. Now is th»
'Q list your property.
in first-c!-»ss bus*ne«s
t! Jv* * property in S'-attle. appl/
"We «wnen.. h H Dearborn A Co..
J 00 " U Occidental block.
®ALE —; ex •*.',>;ir rr-dd#nce lot;
J2JvJ " f sr •..•hoot: c-.tr lino;
Wnporiiood : splendid site.
" z Post-Intell'.^n,, r.
'» r '■ f;n> 1 ~1 hou><* of
i»7IV *■. locatrd Washington sir»*t,
*agPHjt y lVvn-intellijernoer.
Vi- Oh M.-.» Mx room*:
nrrt*«p ; w ,.>| , , t><l Wm lt . r ,
*--D«ter Morton I.ink buildnir
IP2&HS 11
KSS
®«t*, 501-2-3 « N\ w v k hi.v-k
| block » Flnt avik
E» w.«?. rcn *' < n m »tt & Jacobsen.
J" Wtehtncton bulldlc*
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KSii r i> : >^dir??" tol> - "° l s,SAtt!a
%; ' ,v " ! " arv,v
JO^nu'b M't ' ' ' VUir - rov,m
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FOR IA
FOR BALE—Furniture and ,
room houte; C l»« Jr
cheap; choice of eevo-ai ?r
end mine pr opert>• —«neit > n g '
Irg or placer protection-
Washington ani Madi£^£-
New York Work. ~****- SWT
°i "* "••feiaery and !n
--****** an 4 repaired; also pa*-
trn - w ™* m ' T>! ai work, for in?£n-
In* w »gner. room 28 Sun:van bul'.d-
FOR 8 A LK—Furnished flat 13 rrvwr* m
taken 3 blocks from po?- A?
spot cask, no communion a
dress O. Z.. care Poet-Intelligencer.
FRENCH RAKOES and a*r-t!arht stove flt-
by Yarery i ron
Works. Charles street and Railrbad av-
FOR BALE—A complete wt of w*st A
Co.'a Reporters' series, cheap. Alien *
Allen. Dexter Hor ton block.
BAMBOO FURNITURE of all kinds for
•ale and made 10 order; latest sivle*.
11M Second avenue. ■*Tie*
SALE—Fr#«h mlich fW(; Just ar»
rived. U0 Sixth avenue south p it
Ducey. ' * ""
FOR SALE—National Cash Reaister
Clark. 17 P.-I. block. "Agister.
SALE-Lady'a wheel cheap, m
Victoria hotel.
fiwanciau
advances on valuable*—
watches diamonds and warrant* at low
rates. Joe Loan Office, 517 Second.
WO/WO.OOO A »BKTS—Mutual Life
ul l value) on its policies.
Angus W. Toung. US Was.hir.gton block.
STATE. COUNTY AND SCHOOL WAR
rants and b->ndn bought and i«<v.d. Dorr
* Co.. room A. Ba!J-»y building.
9*W. tS3O. on approved
«r *J? r °P* r, y Wm P. Harper. Dexter
Horton Bank bnildln#.
T f , s OgBQON MORTGAGE COMPANY.
building 0 J Fuher - Agent. BalUy
, THOMAS INVESTMENT CO .
~?» block; mortgage loans and fire In
surance.
HERBERT p. UPPER m.ike* lo»ns on
block 1 * nd tsm!jcr 12 Schcueitnaa
W pL^ N Z 3 . flight and sold. Wjl. T>.
Perkinj & Co.. 101 New York block. St
llU€.
JAMES POT HWKLL. loans and Insur
ance. 28 Bo«ion block; telephone. Main
w.
''O I<OA.V-ji.jfin at 9 per cent. Groll A
Damua. I0«5 M tdison street.
E {l MfrN ' D BOWDEV. financial agent,
Harton Bank hull'llng.
c 9I^ tkr AL BANK-Money loaned.
105 Cherry.
MONEY to LOAN—F. J. Fcwttr. Colo
nial block.
LOANS— Mrs. Patrick. 704 New York
block.
VALENTINE SCRIP for sale. 32 Boston
block
SHORT 'ini>' li>nn« TAZ Km- York Mock
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
NOTICE I* hereby given that the annual
meeting of the stockholders of the Kaslo
Mintezuma Mining and Milling Company
will be held at the office of Btru\-. Alien,
Hughes & McMicken, room 52f>. Bailey
building. S-attic. W.mhlngton, on Tues
day, the 2Mn day of December. 1597. at 2
o'clock p. in.
MAtTRICE McMICKEX.
Secr<*tary, Kaslo Montezuma Mining and
Milling Company.
NOTICE is hereby given that the annual
meeting of the stockholders of the Bos
ton National Rank of Seattle, will be
held at the office of the bank on Tues
day. January 11. at 8:30 p. m.. for the
election of directors and such other busi
ness as may come before the meeting.
A. M. BROOKES. Cashier.
NOTICE Is hereby given that 'he rrgular
annual meeting of the stockholders of
the Seattle National Bank will be held
in the banking room of said hank on
Tuesday. January 11, I*9S. at 330 p. m,,
for the election of directors and such
other business as may properly he
brougV before !t. S. FOSTER KEL-
I.T.Y. Cashier.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that th*
annual meeting- of the stockholders of
the First National Bank of Seattle will
t'«» held at the offices of the bank, on
Tues«lay. January 11. IS9B. at 8 p. in. for
the election of director", and such i>ther
business as may properly- come before it.
L 'I I'RNRR, *"* ashler.
SPE(!\I. NOTICES.
COMPOSITI'. >N Wo are now prepared to
do composition for the trade (any meas
ure) In Nonpareil. Minion, Brevier and
Long primer. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Call or address Post-Intelllgencer. Seat
tk
SPECIAL INFORMATION DAILY to
manufacturers. business houses and
public mer. by the Press Clipping Bu
teau Allen's) room 42 McKay building.
Portland. Or
PERSONAL.
MRS. 1- HI'DGIN. Washington building,
ono of Seattle'sTeadinu modiste*. wishes
the ladles and her patrons to know she
has obtained an uhie assistant from N»w
York also a first -elas* iaiior«».-s enabling
J er 'ii the futur* to fill all orders pronipt
h with first-class work guaranteed.
THE BEST selected stock in 'he city of
religious books. Bibles. Sunday v hooj
b viks books to present to y x;r friends
and Cbrlstm .s novelties Be sure and -eo
th< m. Hardin. &07 Pike street.
RING THE "O. K" BOX for m-wtger
~nd give him >•• .r elassjfl j idvertsse
inent; t l, e Post-lnielbgencer wiil jay
for mess< Bates lc a v\ord, or
$1 50 a line a mon'h
YOUNO MAN about 2." « mi' I like to jiyft
W'-'nWi* worklncr e rl .boat 1" ohje.-t,
comrianlonshlp. Address N. Z., care
Intelligencer.
H .MRDKFSSINC! Manufa - 'irlr:g !
lng tinting Colonial block, ColumMit
an< < Second avenue. Boon h.
LADIES' KI/ONDIKE far coats ani
ieiits manufactured to order. C. T.
Wernecke. Columbia dock.
PI\NOS s* factory oru>s. c--<-« 1
trom >'"» up war J. \Ym. Mart! as, SOS Sec
end avenue.
PKWlN'rt MAt'H'N'KS All k'nijj r>'
pair. il 1«« S«' orid.
FTOVE ANP RANCH REPAIRS. a !j
kind*. «10 Tes'er.
FOR KENT FUno.a. U «•* .rn Mikc Co.,
so: Pike *tr*et.
ZAMTTO rKKFCMKS—I7 Co: n1
("r'umMi.
BPANORNHBRO grinds and sells cutlery
SIS StV.T'l
1 OiT.
LOST— Black for 0.-s, ■ on Ws.Mnc n
bfi*M n Foe • i-«=n?h .xrtd K:j;b*'«.
' jtvnuVi. R.w.tn! !f returnetl to n;7
i\\"n*hincton *»«■**
i <<l \i»,
I poi'NP-A )>■'•■■> n '?>'<: t»-e:ijht about
I 0« |>oiir.d». o* "« r can ha%<» some ' v rail-
Intt S! TU IHr. » .• >■ proving i>.
»nd f«»r tr<>ub>
■AItOAINI IN WATCHBS itUM '*
n.u<;c*. tr#trut:ent* etc.; prtca
iNtHI fcr old >lit av. d »i!t IT. Im a
lA>*n Off'. e 617
IONIAN I.OAN OFFli'E— MWf loan-d
'on valuable* watche.*. diamond*. *„d
Vweliv l"a f.-nd Q'.;h
acuta on n r txnia.
»Tt..\S PYK WORKS Mr n
b.a street.. "Phone. 1 • k I■.
k\s ri \ n IS DTK WORM - -
I Te>pbo»f Ro.l 1
I'MOTOGR U'ltir SI I'PLIKS.
C W PARKER A CO.. fr«*h pa per and
evcryth njc In phi«ra; a».
C«rr.ef y;r-t ivf t '" «'d rr. .tr^<-t
.a >»«ITH*.
THEO r\-;SCHSER, KunsoJith. removed
XT. Ytal-f-
THE SEATTLE POST-INTELLIGENCER. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 21. I*o7.
HfflHli*
wins.
KLONDIKE—ISIFORV ATIOM.
KLONDIKE INFORMATION—Have Ju«i
r'.am'il from Klondike; can furnish re
!-ahi" data of mine*, trail and outfitting
for 11. Call upon or address Frank _R-
Sims. Attorn** at Law S»"«0 3e«t T le Na
tional Bank building. Seattle. Wash.
ANDERSONS new map of Alafka and
Northwest territory, just Issued' latest,
bf-*t and most complete map: fineiy litho
graphed a.K* eofar»4: postpaid. 33 cents.
'»■ P. HnitrißU Map and RM Print Co.,
bio k. Seattle, U. S. A.
KM)*DIKt>-CH \SCES.
ANTED— For t -cse iimiwpliihif 4 so
journ In the Klondike, or Intending to
locate 'here permanently or in any local
ly in the great Northwest, the oppor
tunity to insure your life or to derive a
1 and«oir.» Income is presented by the
Order of Minnehaha, of St. Paul. Minn..
incorporated under the laws of Minne
sota: it gives insurance from S3OO to ■
on acceptable risks; the Order of Minne
haha gives Insurance on ttie lodge plan,
safe, sound, solid; n*w men. new direc
tors. new officers, new poii les. nt-w man
a*»*ment. new charter and new plan: it
enter* upon a field of new success. All
applications must be made to Ssmuel G.
'dinner, M. I)., Supreme President,
fhamber of Commerce. St. Paul. Minn.
FOR SALE FOR A FEW PAYS—One
claim on Hunter creek, in Hunter
r»ek mining district o' Alaska, an-1 one
on Hoosi<»f creek, in same district;
be bought singly or together; price.
In.rv*> each: titles here, with a No. 1
bond for delivery for douh'e the purchase
jirice. 4i# Washington buildinß.
FOR SALE—I2.3OO; two undivided half in
terests in mining- claims on Hoosier and
Dawson creeks, near Rampart CUy, Yu
kon river. Alaska.. Titles here. N. A.
v e;ine, 1102 Second avenue.
KLONDIKE- WANTS.
PARENTS GOING TO KLONDIKE can
do nothing better for their tons and
daughters than to leave them at Vashon
<'ollfpe while their home Is broken up.
Sj/ecial care given to boys under 16 years.
Number limited to 14. Catalogue and
©tn»,r Information by addressing Presi
dent A. C. Jones. Ph. D.. Burton. Wash.
WANTED--11.000 grubstake for Yukon.
Address Alaska Miner, care I'^t-liiteUi
gencer.
K 1.0.N II IKK—OtTFI TS.
F. BHCTE & CO.. 1010 Second avenua,
opposite Rialto. Complete mining out
fit? furnished: lowest prices; hiKh-grade
goods. estimates given; special rated to
parties of ten of over.
GAS ENGINES for Klondike or any otht r
place; stationary or marine. Geo. Suuz,
1307 Western avenue.
KLONDIKE VKsMiI.S.
VESSELS, large, and small. for saio or
charter. I)o you want freight shipped to
Klondike. See Dempsey, vessel broker,
506-7-8 Seattle National Rank building.
VESSELS for Alaska trade. Sale or char
ter Tracy 11. Robertson, t>4 Sullivan
building.
KI.OM)IKI>-)II!ICELLA.\KOIS.
FOR SALE —One hundred Angora goats;
just the team for Alaska; will live off
the country; will haul your sled, and
the mutton will sell for $1.50 per pound at
Dawson City. Address W. H. Gl-ajjon, h2tl
Washington street, Seattle, Wash.
FOR SALE—A hoiwe 16x20. with cellar and
loft fur storage, ar.d lot 60x120. In Dye;i,
Alaska; a very desirable location for busi
ness. Address Tom Alderson, Hotel
Dlllef.
DOGS suitable for Alaska for sale.
Trained and untrained. Apply to or ad
dress Settle-Yukon Dog Co.. 903 West
ern avenue.
FOR SALE-STEAMERS.
STEAMSHIPS FOR KLONDIKEI-A se
lection of cheap steamships for sale, suit
able to run between Seattle and Alaska.
Steam vessel circular. Samuel Holmes,
(S Broad street. w York.
FOR SALE —The staunch stern-wheel
steamer Clan McDonald; especially
adapted for river work For particulars
inquire of Lilly, Bogardus &• Co.
EIM CATION %|„
FRENCH AND BPAMS H languages, p
Constant and A. Bracons. 51-' Washina
ton building. First avenue.
WII.SON Modern Business College row
Collins building, lei. Main 416. Largest
and best in the Northwest. ®
MISICAL.
M 1 JENNIL ti l I.l'ilK.NS, , f brated
contralto, pupil of famous New York an i
Chicago teachers, studio 63 Holyoke
block; piano and vocal instruction
M:SS ROSE C. MITCHELL. mand.-o ln
and guitar, formerly instructor lUitioi-
FVmaie college. Holyoka block,
lifiSß Teacher of zither. 22>*1 F'jrst av >
AHT.
JESSIE M. ELLIOTT, artist. 37 Boston
block.
FI.ORISTS %XU SREDSMEX.
XM AS DECORATIONS
XMAS HOLLY. KNUI ISII H01.1.Y.
l ton of ; t-v» rgieen f> -toonings for meat
m.irk-ts. st"'re* and hirnp?; everything
for decorations at Malmo's, 9!s Second
avi nue.
HOOK IIIMllVf;,
WE LEAD the printing procession; ni.n
trg and s'.ock certiScates a
specialty. Metropolitan Printing and
Binding Company. Dealer Horton Bank
building Seattle.
It KM *»VAI. V Anthony. hookH'rttl r ro
movwl t« Bo.** on B1 »■ k. opposite -
ft.-e. Rooms !• *- 41. and w-v.-id be
i u->.»«ed to «• « hs« Old and new custoxnr '*
h»r> tofore.
Ml- Hi II %\T TAILORS.
TAX <>N. MERCHANT TAILOfC itli
j. s- •: »vfnu* rme Imported roods
(!■„ rr*d«' to order.
CHOY CHl'Nt"} CO MIS between
r,y,. and r t-j.-ed.
Ml>» 9 **D MtMNw s|u, K_
IHAVK purchaser* In tbo Eact for food
Cid'per proMrUft. Call or
*r, ; ' li 1 • - ''' "• Nf« York :<:n
MININO SHARES C! fpwfw, cheap;
' ■ T. \ h *■ '
IMAYRB iMi illiMKr.
A 1, A* .ay. f U- V. w , T
i r».\\ UTERI
TTPKW RITEKS—Trjr ike turn beK*ws
in* lvr.iß.ore. r><?w mod*i C.til**mpfc or
ii«« No. 4 Y st before pu>:'haal:.g u tyi*-
wrtter Seattle Txpswrter Kschaiisa.
C.> Kt'*» av <• ra> *» I'h y■+
pt UIM«. Uti'i %M> IRo \ WOlKk
PA' IFid RAILiNO AND PI-Ai'.Xtf
Wtfili. US ißloa.
BHP PIUXTISG.
ADAMS i o a*n l tracing.
priatir.if _drv»;!Mr___
DIYBI o» muscnii
A O 1 KXJAMIN for jroUJ
B lag kept Jj id A*e.
%ui\! REPAIRIX6.
STOVE' AND RANGE REPAIRS. AJ
ksndi '.'.20 ~~+-. rd street.
11*1 \ T Htli nERS.
¥. u. CviiT, tvit' fculi Jar. Yes.c; »h«rf
ISSI'RAXCE.
ATLAS A SSU HANCK compaKT. of
London— Orgaaixed Assets. KOOOO,-
«* Fire losses promptly *d Justed. Ed
mund Rowden. agtat. Hurton bank build
ing.
CHARLES WATSON insurance. JK. S3
and 3M New Tork building. Telephony
Ma.'n ¥*.
BURNS Sz ATKINSON, general insur
ance H Bostcn block.
GOODWIN RASER A FISKEN. lafur
arce. Hailer b.ock.
WATERHOUPE ft BEACH, insurance.
A Colman bailing
HANFORO & STEWART, insurance. HI
Pioneer building.
CALHOUN 4 CO. general insurance.
Olympic b'ock.
CRAWFORD COXOVFR A CO., New
fr'ock
ATTOH>EI S-AT-LAW.
FRED h aid
couQstlcr. fiooms 1-3 O.ympic block.
PRATT * KJDDLE attorneys at law.
rooms IW-SlVJll Bailey building.
BTP.UVE. ALT. EN HUGHES A Mc-
Mlcken. Bailey building.
ANDREW F PL'RLEIOH, attorney at
law. 22* R«rke building.
HUMPHRIES. HUMPHREY A EDSEN.
Occidental bIoc« :
W. D LAMBUTH. Seattle National Bank
building.
T. H. CANN—II7 Pioneer. Tel.. Black 71T0.
W. F. H A YS—Offleea, 424-5-J New Tork Mk.
MII.O A. ROOT. 10-14 Ro*well buPding.
M. M. MADTCAN vr Now hWfr
i»ate*t# AXD dr%wi\g.
ADAMS, Coiman block Seattle, solicitor
of United States and Canadian patentsi
Expert— Patent ofrice. mechanical draw
and blue nrintlne tra<l» markw.
PHYSICIANS AND SCRtiEORS.
DR. GEORGE M. HORTON. physician and
surgeon, removed to rooms 3P? and 303
Ba ltv building, corner Second avenue
and Cherry.
DR. FLEISCHER - Specialty, surgery,
genlto-urlnary and female diseases. Of
fice. Washington block. 705 Fir.-t avenue,
Seattle.
DR. MILES removed to 223 Bailey build
ing. Bla< k 891. Residence, 612 Pike
street; UnfT 651.
DR. CALHOUN. Starr-Boyd block. Tele
phone. Main «1.
DR SARAH KENDALL. Holyoke bloc*.
Telephone. Green SSL
DR. VESER. Washington block. Tele
phone. Red 251.
DR. ANNIE RUSSELL. 26 Roxwell build
in*.
oKvnsTs.
DiC. 11. F. V,MiTH, 11. 12, 12 and 14 Hinck
ley. Telephone, Main residence,
Main 297.
DR. C. L. NELSON-Residence. 1111 Third
avenue; office Collins block. Tel Bed 1 31L
R. B. GENTLE. I). D. S.-Rooms 301-.'02
Bailey building. Telephone, Main 32.">.
JOHN D. WHITE, D. D. S.. removed to
rooms 630-632 Burks building.
ALBERT J. FORREST. Safe Deposit
building. Front street.
GEORGE E. THOMPSON. D. D. 8..
Burke block.
ALBIN & SMITH—TeI., Black 1.125. Sul
livan block.
D. I. BURKHART. D. D. S. Third end
JtlD€|.
n 8.. Polroan building.
OCULISTS A\l» AIRI9TS.
DR. A. B. KIBBE. oculist, aurlst and
physician for dlseaeee of the throat; re
moved to rooms 325-327 Bailey building,
comer Becond and ChAry streets.
DR. BTILLSON. eye, nr. rose and throat:
removed to No. 8 Hinckley,
DR WHTTK eye and ear. Pioneer hldi
MEDICAL.
LADIES'-Chichester's English Penny
royal Pills (Diamond Brand), are the
best. Safe. Reliable. Take no other
Send 4c.. stamps, for particulars. "Relief
for Ladles," in letter by return mall \t
druggists. Chichester Chemical Co
Philadelphia.
CM I HO I'OD ISTS.
HANNA, expert chiropodist. Parlors "r«P
moved to Burke building; reception ream
536 All competitors challenged
MRS DR. NETA BRUND AGE—Corns
cured; new method; and manicure. 818
First avenue
t l. UKVOVATTS.
SPIRITUAL INSTITUTE - Healing,"
teaching and dev. loping for medlumship'.
Dr manager; Mrs. Chesbro
seer. Spiritual and business readings
daily. Public circles Mon . Thur s p.
m. Room 42: Seattle Nat. Bank building.
Ultß E. EMMETT the Sou'h African me
dium. In her wonderful clairvoyant sight
reveals past, present and future con
sult her: readings. 50c. Rooms 22 and 23,
811 Second • venue.
MISS PERRY. Fpbr block. SIS Second,
» ond tloor: greatest known card and
Ila net reader; palmistry; If j n trouble do
rot fall to see her; your fortune for |!
MADAM ESPERANZA. clairvoyant life
reader, business advice. Kennebec blo» k
fi-'i Yesler way, room 1.
MRS. CLARK- Fortune teller; card read
er; magnetic treatment. Room ? Kemon
house, £O4 Commercial.
PLEASE CALL and s« e the wonderful
clairvoyant. Mme. Francis, o, I til C Second
avenue, near Pike.
MRS SWAN. 608 S- .-ond h,rh«: rhejma
t;*m auJ nervousn. ss c ired.
MISS A WATKINS. 4 1 1 ;k». Kv )rn i
ICE A*D coin MOH K.i;.
DIAMOND ICE AND COLD STOKAGE
Company, foot of Union street, manufao*
tur n crv-'ai Ice from d s-jl'ed water.
I t It K I S|| || % | ||««.
TURKISH and Kui.*> \ n bathi/'twa" hot
rooms; optn s'l sltcpliig
rwms. 112 Columbia.
I. S. Si\l.K.
UNITED STATES M %RSHAX/i SAUB.~
1 Mstri.'t of W ishlnp
Hv virtue of an on: -r f : .*:,■> i««ued out :
f i ; & I* nll •*d >* tr 1 - t *<v * t f>r th *? :
WMrtd ■■{ WmWWot. on the M daj mt i
I >.M~f mh N r tv»T, notice hereby given that i
I Will !"i! hv pqfeHe auction, for on t
Friday, the ;«h day Of Drctabtf, »—f ,
It o\ io> k a. m . nt th- from door of he 1
K"" c. »V rr I •* ir, thf '4* - - of !
s . 1 * * tK steoittor **. -s •* 1 e. ?. * r pnKir^ I
b ers ni •. hinery ••*- -t k , .-♦>!* !
»• :r- :..i!u>'B and ! • • : Av
lies. i W ||>E.
nl!*d «J- .*r, \J ',J t
I'v T 't M'T A' fJIli i\ •. ...
*
»\I \KKH* A*l» MIM HAI I into
#AS EH.VX 'ISCO I.H.Lxjfc; ».M k,
iMlr.ff i and contractors.
lojf. dredw.i.tf. harbor ln:pr.--ver..«nt« «..d
lirritral ccntraciio* Cn»r;e a street *iii
Kifst avenue south.
BEATTI.E BRILHIE « OMP.aNt i iM,r 4
i f tr:d««*» for r*l!r.'<*.l«
dr:vln(T * i whs-?
*. -t C<» i » »'a Vi • • -• V ' '' '' T c
\( < Ot > t IM».
t (' ii< ACCOUE' :»lil liy, » Ci>fc;,.«sd
•td c:oeed. b<.ok» audit. JL tui.e,
attended to. Bmity
——————
CITI ><» i u t «.
CITY TRK.ASTRKRS NC"■ TICE.-Tbe M- ;
lowln* 'J *arr.ujta will t # ;>s:d uj^n
t .5 5' * ' ** * fit* tr'S"- ft: *
I >r-« * • W»:d Kirr*tu» W 4J
t rti sra U:. o* fifteen da> sfr m tie date i
cf the .*:r »t put Mcatlcn of thla notice:
• «•- »t c-r ■ - .v,. 4
Y» .*rr« X * 331 "•.*■€ .n !a-1v»
iJEORC.V: K MKACHAM
t • v T r .'.»y.ir»r of * •» (*■: rc * tw
-1 a:t Srs: pui-'Lcatiiin, I ce. !». iwi.
crrr \otices.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS-N~SB IV.::
Avenue improvement."
Aotw is hereby g} ¥ *n that >«i!<hS r-o
--poßi-s will he received bv the n* i
of Vhe bo*M of .-o» c ;>f
\V ? u >* ot Seattle up t 2©v. K -. rr
Mwda>- L*ei- 2ttb. l*< 7 for the
Av. r.Uf Joan ;o
> • *ts, y ■--ti;■"•:•■ a i • • »
sewer along «aid av. u-. > .-t *>»«•- V .»
I-oinis togeth»r with ail ' - *ce--r -n
--"v wyes manhoie* lam:*' - ve?
r W ,"? r i ® u f fc ' tanks ami at.h aasrf;;.' as
Provided by ordinance Xa creat.-,tr
Soea! .mprovemeat dls-ri.-t No i2\ and in
* oraance w h xbe plans and eo •• > -
cn rt Je '-B the office of the board
or puuiic rorliv
. ,5* bid nans? acconparif u bv i
",vr° ne< k - P»>a ■- tc th« ■ rder of «h#
i £?mpt*-ollcr. for a sun-, no: ks.« than
-if, ** r C " rT 0f 'fe bid ,-rS rO l> d
w.ij be considered unless bv
sa'-d check. '*
enter into v contract an.t rurri-»a «v<-
th-*-!?' b t rd for lhe ins. v: required !-v
, , r !v charter ir i tne Lw« of the «r«
of Waxhirgton. within ten d:»vs after ?■ -
ing cutiried of the award of the contr: *
to o»m; failing so do so. the -aid che»-k
an.l tae amount tlxed wvre.i. wdl be for
feited to the city. No person •;.« eUgiMe
»- a bidder who has w hia two vr-ars prior
to the letting of >a!,l contrac- mad*
aerauit in payment of anv !U >t c asm
2^», any work or !lbor Performed or any
ski2l or material furnished pursuant to
a ny such contract as herein advertised or
who within said two y srs fa.ltd to com
plete any such contracts.
Special a'tertiAv s • - ■> xx ,
o. t.,e city charter as now !n force, relat
ing to "oours of iabor.'' and to article
vr . section 31. tubs. 1 and 2, relating to
bonds and sureties.
The board of pubS? wnrV<* '■'•serves ths
right to reject arv and ii: bids
Proposals must i*» ndirsed on envelope:
I'id for Nob Hill Improvement."
l»y order ot the bo«ir<i of public work**,
LYMAN HANK?
, „ „ Acting Secretary.
_T>atft of publication. Deo. ISth, Wt?.
IMPOUNDED STOCK NOTICE—Tie fol
lowing described horse., placed in the e y
pout.tl Saturday, D«*mber 11 :>«•;. w i
be sold at public auction ;o the h < ie*t
bidder for cash in hand, to pay cost of
impounding and advertiainz.
December V*. I!* 7. at 10 o'clock a. m. "it
the front door of police hetidq.i trter.*. cor
ner Third avenue and Yesler way:
One bay horse. «J years old. having roaci
mane and small saddle marks on back
The owner of the above described horse
being unknown to me.
C. S. RKFD. Chief of Police.
Date of first publication. Dec. 15, 18S7.
THE CITY OF SEATTLE—City Treas
urer's Notice.
Notice is hereby given that the second
annual Installment of local improvement
district No. 111. for the Improvement of
East Street and Twenty-second Avenue, in
the City of Seattle, from Yesler Avenue to
Remington \venue (or Barclay Street),
under the provisions of ordinance No. XM9.
which provides for the improvement of
said street by grading, side«ra Iking and
parking said street and avenue between
said limits, and providing for the payment
therefor in installments and establishing a
fund for such payment by the levying and
collection of special assessment- upon the
property benefited by the improvement,
and providing for the issuance of bonds as
authorized by r>n act of vne legislature of
the State o: Washington, approved March
9th. IS)3. and under the provisions of or
dinance No. 334:\ approv< d May 7th. 1<!»I.
as amend'd by ordinance No. 3440, approv
ed July 11th, hr.s been duly certified
to me for collection, an I t,.f respective
sums therein charged and levied against
each parcel and lot of land, and part
thereof, in said district, in payment of
such installment, remains unpaid, anil the
same, including the Interest on the whole
amount charged, must be paid on or be
fore the 14th day of January, IS9B. Unless
payment l>e made on surh in
stallment on or before the 14th
day of January, ISBB, the same shall
become delinquent, and shall bear iwt re>t
at the rate of 9 per cent, per annum until
paid, and If not paid before stid tim ,v
penalty of five (5) per cent, shall be added,
and the sums delinquent shall be entered
on the annual tax roll for the current year
against each lot and parcel of land, and
part thereof, so delinquent, and with the
interest and penalty shall be collected as
other taxes, together with such addi:
charges or penalties as are authorized to
be charged and collected on other delin
quent taxes, and each lot or pari.el of land
so delinquent shall be sold for the amount
of such assessment, with Interest, penalty
and costs, in the manner provided l>y law.
GEORGE F. ME A*'HAM.
City Treasurer of the City of Seattle.
Date of Ist publication. December Hth,
IS»7.
THE CITY OF SEATTLE—City Treasur-
er s Notice.
Notice is hereby given that the third an
nual installment of local improvement dis
trict No. 85, for the improvement of Wil
low Street, in the City of Seattle, from
East Street to the East line of Walla Wal
la Addition, under the provisions of ordi
nance No. 3476, which provides for the im
provement of said street by grading the
same and constructing sidewalks on both
sides thereof, -with parking strips between
sidewalk* and roadway, and providing for
the payment therefor in Installments and
establishing a fund for such payment by
the levying and collection of special as
sessments upon the property benefited by
the improvement, and providing for the is
suance of bonds as authorized by an act
of the legislature of the St ate of Washing
ton, approved March Mh. l»3o. and under
the provisions of ordinance No. 3345. ap
proved May 7th. ISM, as amended by ordi
nance No. 3140. npproved July 11th. h;.s
been duly certified to me for collection,
and the respective sums therein charge!
«nd levied against each parcel and lot. and
part thereof. In said district, in payment < f
such Installment remains unpaid, and the
same. Including the interest on the whole
amount charged, most be paid on or before
the 15th day of January. lsf<*. Cnless pay
merit be made on such Installment on or
before the l.'th day of January. IS3S. the
same shall become delinquent and shall
bear interest at the rate of 9 per cent. p< r
annum until paid, and !f not paid before
said time, a penalty of the (5) per cent,
shall be added, and the surov delinquent
shall be entered on the annual tax roll for
the current year against each lot and i sr
cel of land, and part thereof, so delinquent,
and. with the interest and penalty. shall
be collected as other taxes, together with
such additional charges or penal tie.- as are
authorized to be charged and collected on
other delinquent taxes, and each lot or
parcel of Itnd so delinquent shall he sold
for the amount of such assessment, with
Interest, penalty and costs, in the manner
provided by law.
GEORGE F. M EACH AM.
nty Treasurer of the City of Seattle
Pate of Ist publication, December 15th.
1*97.
i Notice t<> contractors anl»
I I >e.tlers |t* Miscellane >u.» St pplh No
t,ce i> hereby given thit sealed propes- '
als will be received by the undersigned i
secretary of the board -if public works
up to o'cloel a m. Friday. December
3ist. Dt«7. for t l vj furnishing to the City
of Seattle on requisitions to l>e issued •
during the months of January and Feb- !
nary, >;<s. f<>r material and supplle.-.
also coal and wood for the ordinary !
of the various departnents dura <s :
the said t*o months A ! ; .ii' I list of i
s'ich ma'erials and s- ppli-s tj» b« t<M on f
can be hid by calling >t the office of j
the board of public work® In the city \
hall. Separate ••.•is for tut >■.: dung • oa! !
to the Lake Washington and y • n i
A'.■ e pump Stati n« 1 w-.iod f-*t th « {
Broadway pump station for one year ,
f: ■ sr.- January Ist. 1K« w'li b no vol, i
Btuii r>-d- R'at be ■ coropanied with a j
certified che k for twenty .m> dollars, j
payable to the -'Sty eoroptroMer. a*> •«** ]
< -trne-t that the ?<1 !• r it awarded |
the cor.tract, ws.i pr> nu» %-r.ter if t•tn j
fwr the faithfoi j-erformanee nf cewtract. j
fuiee above the •rdinary nqntKinetits, I
the board r« serves i rt- ngl t t-» m tk • j
The boa'rd reserves the right to te;ect !
ar f y animal! hid*. r . lWrV e-.,pe- |
•}- i"t"£"s .:V -
By order of the boo ft) nf pub! e w arks.
FRANK mL!>"N S. j
Date of first publication. tt(C«NWr 21st, j
'
l.K(; VL NOtiri 1.
IN the S = KRIOH ~r " T OF king ;
(*--,;nty. S» »te of W«h ng'on.—ln Pro- t
I ■, !- tbe maf. r t-f »te r£
Den y Or;, rsor dc- « d N SVC Od
der tu S'. w «'..use 3i.- Leai l-s»—
tj' • •
J. S. Elliott, the adrntnlstrator of -he ♦*-
t ■ • of Henry d«' -4S'*d. ha*>lr.g i
f.:ed a per - jn th;s court d-;v
praying for an or ier of ttr? ?t»r ? * ;
5.:. : 0 of «B thl real estate M which the said f
died seixed. for the pufpoee# !
th -Tf n .- • forth; |
And u appearuig to the •-.• rt v.n s»:d
; . Id '• ued in the h«nd- rf »a ! aHe a
istrat r S -t -u?ta .< to r*v the ciairne '
ug.<. •- and ••• • r.-< - f
Th- tilmtr. -;ra" -r: the'"- f - ' >! l - "*
f to se;l ah or i t•-rt: n of the ;
r~..l e- of t-.e «'J ' r J i
*a,.i and expenses -t-f the admima*
a'.U ii a•«'-/< w tlia C -'t
i.EC.AL NOTICES.
tt'd >-*(• ~n. o<>nf : Tns t • and <« aecord
sr-'e w: s •v. r.-ir, ■« of .>w n jn.-h
•- £s<? male iRd provide.', :t is ordered t *
the court thai a'! (NfiMM Interested m ft*
est <:e cf t're - i; I ue.va-- ! aviwr before
said superior court on Frk!*v :h-- 24fh day
f !>■•> TT>' - ].y ~t th*- no r :' :• >"cl "k
!n th* ?or>noor> o* «ai-* dnv #t the cc:;rt
r rr cf th" prc' .itf det artment of «i.d
•uperior court, to the rftjr of Sea: :U». .n
*-•'«! K. s county. then A- il' r. to show
:f any t!>% h«v.» «h> an .>r.it*r of
t~.;« c.urt -'-ov'. 1 • - cr. to -a i
admin -o r-itor ai;r oonrin* SR.I em.vowerir g
him to s- : f >H ._•} -lite of - 1 .lo
ot is*:t or >•» much thereof as mav I* tsee
e-- rv to pay the af rs<«j;d "!a;ms a"d e\-
iv?".. —i r .f admLtustraticn. it :«• further or
dor -d that a ooo\ of - his -rdor ' sh< w
ca : e be r itM-she-.' at if *t fur sue-essive
weeks tH 're the said Mtll i* !v I v-o«m
--b--. I-91. in the Po-t-! ■ iif n<-.--r .a news
paper pruned and published ir. ma! county 1
of Kir.!.- and ,f genera; • in. jlat oO therem.
P *v- ir i• n court this --.a dav '* N -
vprc.Hr, IST
WM HWICMAX
Jud« of «.«>»! Super-- r i'nurt.
Stat<» of W '<* net on. I'auntv of K'.njf.
I, M Hollo" ay. o>t>ntv ci rk and
ex-nff> -ic- oi.-rk of the superior court of
soil K!-:C county. .' :•• • - v <-or*ify that
the a fn!' trtie nr.-! correct
copy of an order to *ho»r cause,
made by * o'd court ->n she 2- 'h d >y of No
vember iw7. in the matter of ttie estate
of Ht-nry t 'ttcr-'in deceaaetl.
Witness my hand and the seal ' sa.d
court. tli!« 2"hh d>v of N lvemher. iv»7.
(Be,s!> GEO M HOT.I.OWAV OS t -rk.
By W. C, HFTTFR. JVputy Olerk.
Byer? A Bvcrs. Attornexs for Adminis
trators.
IN THE 6c FEIiJOIt OOL'KT OF TKE
State of Washington, for Jefferson
t'i-»:;ntv - Iri the matter of the f*t»ic uf
OranviJle F. l.thby a minor. Guardian"#
No? t .» nf Sale of Re-il E*tate.
B;>- virtue »>f an order of the superior
court of ttie -tate of W-nshinston. fi*r Jt-t
--ferson couoiy. made on the l»4i> day of
Dro-emher. IS'T, I w.!i. in obo.lienoe to said
ordrr. on or rfter JHondav. the 2T*!« day »f
IVo'mber, 1-C at 10 o'cWk cf s 3 «d da v.
In tVie city <>f Tort Townsend and county
of Jefferson, state of Washington. >ell it
t>nva?e all the jntere-tr of Gntnv:!!u
P. Libby. a minor, and all the inter
est of the Estate of said Granvillo
P. Libby. a onnor. In ar.<i to a
certain lot or trai't of land de
scribed as follows- Th« undivided or--
half of the following-described real estate,
lyinp and bcirK in the city of Seattle, <-ou!i
--ty of Klnc. and s:ate of Washington, to
wit: Retrinnlnt; «• a point on the easterly
bound .ry line of Second street, in the < ity
of Sva?to\ us wtd ned by ordinance No.
l.! r >< of the city of Seattle, said twint of be-
KirinitiK Ivinif distant SO feet south of
dejjr»-es east from she northwest corner of
lot 1. in block 2, of C. D. Boren and A. A.
Denny's plat of tho tov\r> (now citx) of Se
attle; thenoe run south 2? degrees east *>
fe»-r, ro the southwest corner of lot 4 In
said block 2. and thence north ."»s decrees
04 minutes !<"> seconds, east lo feet alons
and following the soath houmiary line o*
saitl Jot i, to the southeast corner of said
lot 4. and thence run north 32 degrees west,
alone and following the east boundary line
of -aid lot 4, a distance of 4) feet; thence
run south "w degrees r*4 minutes 10 seconds
west, to the place of beginning, which ■ aid
traot consists of the southerly twt*-ihirds
of said lot 4, in said block 2. of <" I)
Rom n and A. A O- nny's pi it of th» town
(now city) of Seattle.
Bills or offers must he In writing-,
and may be left at the office of Cra wfotd
<C- Conover, real i >taip brokers. in t!>*»> e-itv
of Seattle, county of King. and state < f
Washington. and address-d to John H.
1 ,ibby. guardian of the person and estate
of Granville F. Llhby. > miner or may i-e
delivered to the said John H. Libbv suard
i in. per- mally. at his office in the ef» v of
Port Townsend. Jefferson county. \Va<\-
ington.
Terms of s.-t!e f i.-h. and subject to con
tirm 11ion by the superior f-.iitrt of the
of Washington for Jefferson county.
JOHN* R J.I KBV.
Guardian of the Person and Estate of
Granville F. Libbv, a Minor.
Morris B. Sachs, attorney for John R
Libbv, guanli in of the person and estate
of GranviH-' F. T.lbbv. a mitior.
Dated Port Town.-< nd. Washington. l>e-
B&XKS.
PEOPLES SAVINGS BANK.
Occidental block. Seattle. Wash.
Capital SIM 000
-OFFICERS AND TRUSTEES.'-
Jacob Furth President
Arthur A. Denny Vice President
Jonn Leary Second Vice President
James R. llayden..Manager. Cash'r See>
Frank I. Blodsctt Assistant Oashier
Slgmund Schwabacher. John Collin*
E. C. Neufelder. J. T. Greenleaf. '
Transact* a savings bank business ex
clusively.
Deposits received from J1 to 310.000
Interest allowed per annum: Slit p*r
cent, on term deposits; 4 per cent, on or
dinary deposits.
Dividends declared Inst days of May and
Hovember. Loans made on real istate or
approved collaterals only.
THE r UGET SOIVn NATIONAL
BANK OF SEATTLE.
Capital s'ock paid In $328,009
Surplus 38. W
Jacob Furth Pr.«?<t.»nt
E. C. Neufclder Vice President
R. V. Ankeny Cashier
Correspondence In all the principal cities
In the United Bmtea and Europe.
DEXTER MORTON & CO. BANKERS.
Incorporated 1537.
Capital
Surplus in».oo#
A. A Dfnnr
Vtc« \V M T.*rt<l
Manager N. H T^tfmpr
Ca?hl>r F. R. V«n Tnyt
F!«rht '■Kchspcn and frloprnphfo trrina
tern on New York. Chfrairo. St Paul. *».-»!
FramMsro. d -''"l v,»roua points li
Or»<con ami Columbia.
Bight WU of urtir ir" on London avail
abb* fn n>jror*.
Coilerttona mado at ail point* cn favor
able ternj*
I'.otida. ff-ks and o'brr vnbiablea re
ceived on deno*lt for *afr k^f-pln*.
THK FIKST NATIONAL BANK Of
SEATTLE.
paid-up capital HsMvw»
Surplua 350.00#
Maurice McMtcken Pre*l'Tent
J. H MrGraw Vice President
Le.«ter Turner c*«hler
General banking business transacted.
Sltrht and telegraphic exchange piyabto
Jr. ail tho principal cities of th© United
S:»t'*s and Kuropa.
Letters of credit furnished cn A!a«k*.
pavaMe at all trading posts of the N. A. T.
St T. Co.
NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE
raid-up capital >300.000
Tran-sacn •* general hank!;:? bu inejs.
M. D. Ballard resident
H. o*. Henry Vice Pr-Ml^nt
R. K Bpeace' Caanier
UCAMKRi
BTRAIT3 STEA COMPANY.
STRS. GARLAND AND EVANGEL.
Feat»!e ar ! Townwend Neah Pay Routft.
Ptean>r G -Hard Vivk Y«i»l*r d -k H„n
dar« Tnwlavi *'d Tt- ur--r? iv» u n ti)
I- m for Port Town»«rid. Port Wl'llama.
I I'jncene!"*. port
Gettysburg. Pvahf. « ialtam P-. v and Neah
bay return''.* arr'ves at P»ati> ? p. m .
on oppoal.e day? S'e»rr»r Ev tni*?! leaves
>e« >»r «<"• k for P< r* T- » rt An
*• sr.'l Vie' •"'< Monday*. Wednead >y«
ar<l Frlrtav* at » i' l i» m : arrive*
aliern i'* iU>s at . > j>. jn. Tel. M tin -t>;.
'AN*!. •: )L'TE.
V. » MAif.
STEAMER V':i.TK
Leave* C. i r•' 'i '1 ? > f W.tahP.g
tfD m'.Ttr: _i • •' Sh.i». i .r*3i>» «r.d f>«t
urdaya a: ' ocicck a. m.. for Kixigstoa.
P..rt Gamt k Crlnßon, iioh/.
i»» * \ :'c>. Li '• i* l y-i !!.>/ ;■;: r: «u*d
l'i»;an C.:> K'-tur:.- < ir- i « djya
r> TROUTMAN. Miater.
Tela&hon*. R-d 151.
POl T ORCHARD AND PORT WASii
-INGTON ROUTE
; T r»M k VUh't !■■ PERLET
I«v,'« C»>r«-h dock, fo'it o? Waafcfng
t«a * - 'r s •*• p -• w i
t c ■' *■ C' »r'..^toa
9 --ev Trv-vum, .ver.lt!* d _ ~ rx .
ceutirr Sj- ;r,u>i aa J j»andaya at im a.
it.. Sa- '" D • 2 ?! r m. S >nda>a at » M
o. m. Return, n*. Srav i v»rd.<> a* 7,-rt
a rt;, *' 1' ' A 1 >ru i *
ir..iv»i S.iver . « : > : m.. L>:y :. v4
p. xa. Tei**'--"-® "su Aii.
STKAMK.KS.
PACIFIC COAST STEAMSHIP CU.
TV-* Oorro'anv's ,'fc.trt steamer* I'M \-
TILLA. CITV OF PI EBI.A and WALLA
WALLA Lave SEATTLE for iin Fran
c.sco. via Pert Town send And Victor*.*. 'X
C.. a: *a. nr.. N v •. 10. I". ». 25. 39. IVo.
5. it. 15 .V. Jan. 4 •«. 14. 'J -4 2? D to
at San r'r£., isco a m. Nov. v IS, is. 3. J-*,
Deo. 3. \ II ;>. 23. .5. Jar.. 1 7. 12. IT. 22. 27.
Feh. 1. Lea\e SAX for Se
attle via Victoria. 3. C . and Fort To*'
er.-i. at ? a. tr> Nor. 2. T. 12, IT. 22. 2". Deo.
... T. 12. K 22. 27, Jar. 1. «. 11. 1«. 21. >•. •„
l>ue at S-.at;le p. as. Nov. J. IX • \ 2^.
* 10. a JO. ». Jan. 4. ». 14. ». :4 37
Feb. S.
Too CORONA. CTTT
OF TOPEKA. AND AI.-K1 -x- SEAT
TLE for Ahski ? i. m. Nov. i » it. ]«. 21.
2*. TVo. 1. ?• 11. H. S 21?. 21. Jar,. J. '
2*'. M. hack at Soattl* Nov. tJ
23. 2<. Deo. .1. - "V. IS 23. 2*. Jan. 2, T, 12. 17.
22. Fo.l. f. li. Th# company
r:s*.: t-> c"-•*».** nr'tiout previous rot
*>'•>:* mm. sailing dares and hours of
in«.
J F. TROWBRIDCJE. r S. Supt.. Ocfaa
Dock. Seat;:#. Ti -kvt A cent SU€ First Ave.
GOODALL. FEUKIN3 v 4 00.. Gen.
Arts,. San f*Ya?!e<sco.
STR CTTT OP ARFRDEPV
LEAVES FOR TAOOMA AND OLTMTIAJ
AT "li a u
DAILY. EXCEPT SUNDAY.
STR. MULTXOM AH
(DAILY)
LEAVES FOR TAOOMA AND OUT MP! A
AT I P M
FARE BETWEEN SEATTLE AND TA
'"OMA. M TEXTS
ROUND TRIP, 8S CENTS.
Tel.. Main S7 CITV DOCK. A*ent.
CAPT. U WILLEY. Marker.
AL ASK A.
AL.VSKA COMMERCIAL S. S. Ca«
STEAMSHIP FARALLON
Will sail for
JUNEAU. SKAGUAY AND DYEA
February 1. and every 15 days thereafter.
Passenger accommodation* ar» AI. Aa
p!-» room for freig:-.t .ind stock.
For freight aiui [lasi-ago apply to
J. G. CARROLL, Agent,
SehwaMcher's Wharf. Foot of Union St.
Telephone. Pike *3.
PC GET SOUND .C- ALASKA STEAMSHIP
COMPANY.
VICTORIA ROUTE.
Steamer City of Kingston between Ta
corTi*. Wit*?' . and Victoria, B. C.
*<»';<r»i l.v M, •Tacotna 'llO \r' 4ronnrn
I«4opm{L.vj »l BEATTLR R*!Ar! I:4pm
l:00an< l.v: 7J Pt. Townscnd "» Ar 10 45.ua
* 45am Ar 110) Victoria I MjLvj J>;UUam
•Daily except Saturday.
This gtfamer furnishes flrst-clj.»* accom
modations. carrying both freight ami
« lttle. for Victoria, at is) p. in., and for
Tacoma at 2:13 p. m.
Passtngers for Victoria can occupy
stateroom* until 7 a. m.
For rates. tickets, etc.. tr»o«»1r*» of
Q. F. THARN'OTKE,
A,cent. Yesler Wharf. Seattle.
I. A. NAPEAU.
Agent. X. P. Ry.„ Seattle.
WASHINGTON A AT. A SKA STEAM
SHIP CO.'S STKAMSHP
CITY OF SKATTLB
70 hours
PFATTT.E to DYKA nrd PKAOTTAY.
This magnificent steel screw steamship
will sail from Seattle. Yesler dock, fur ,lu
n< in. Sk.ißuay Bay, I)>ta and way ports,
December s<th. 5* p. m.
Her accommodations are unrivaled. She
Is the finest, fastest, and most comf-irtabln
vessel on this route. In connection wit?i
above the AT.ASK A STEAMSHIP COM
PANY will operate their elegant and fast
falling steanjshlp
ROSALIE
From Seattle, Yesler dock. January 2nd,
nt 7 o'clock, for Juneau. Skaguay fiiy,
Dyea and way itorts.
Fur fteight and passajre apply to
C. H. J. STOLTENBERO,
Gen. ticket agt.. under N. P. ticket off. or
CHARLES E PEARODY. Manager.
FLY ON THE "FLYER."
SEATTLE TO TAOOMA
Four round trips daily, except Sunday.
In one hou- and twenty-flv»» minutes.
Til K HIEAMER "FLYER."
Regular daily trljw, Seattle-Tacomi
route. ,is follows:
TAKINU EFFECT TUESDAY. MAY 3.
TIME CARD.
Leave Seattle —7:4 \ 11:15 a. m.; 2:45. 6.15
p. m.
Leava Tacoma-I'o a. m. : 1. 4:30, S p. m.
SUNDAYS.
Leav* F»at'l*—7:33 a. rn.; 12 m.: 5 |>. m.
Leave Tacoti' i ** "0 i. rn.: 2:30 7 "M p. rn.
Landlncr at Northern Pacific wharf. Ti
fonu, and Commercial dock, foot of Mi
rion sircf-f. H* title.
steamers Flyer an r * Sue of
Washington.
SKA'MT RIVER ROUTE- floamir <Vy
of <"h impaign. Weekly time <;tr.l;
Leaves Seattle. Dec. 20, I »e«\ D< i*. "4,
at 12 midv.lKbt; leaves Mount Vemoti'.
De •. ?2, U-c. 24. D- r. 2»1. at 7 a. m. Ut{!-
Itiir ar Tu'iiin S* inw-o.i. Fir. s
Ciry. Mount Wrnfin and Avon.
For t is-. !iw*< r ; wl fr«-lK»i rate* rt t>Lii,-
at CITY D«»<"K. Tt'l' ohon» Main S7.
11. li. M DONALD. Master.
W. P. C.ILKESOX, Manager
POTIT TOWN3KND A.VD WAY rORTS.
!;•, >rr , r ) .1.1 i• i dully. except Si '
dav at 7 a. m.; Sunday d|r*ot. at 9 a n . •
returning:, direct, leaves Port Townsend at
7 p. m.
TACOMA. AND WHATCOM
Fte-*rrer n*or«r<» K. Starr Tarnm»
at 2 p. m. M.it.'laya, Wednesday* and Fri
ll# v# for Anacortes. Falrhaven
and New Whattora, loavin* Seattle at I
p m. Returning. leaves New Whatcom
f u , T Jr ; dav< and Fa».trd,t\s it -
p. m. Steamer roe* to Blalna Wcdne*-
din
PORT ORCHARD AND PORT WASH
INGTON ROT7TE.
STEAM Kit V. U. HO HI Ngo N.
Carrying U. S. Mall
On Port Orchard and Port \Va»hln*ton
route, leave* City dock, foot of Ma:*
•treet, 8:30 a. m.. calling at South Beaea.
purelw'' Brl< k Yard. Rr<-marten. U, s.
Nivv V • rd. S: lney. Charleston. Tracy t:.-,
Chlco Silverdale Leaves Port Orchard
Navy Station at 2 p. m.: arriv.* Feat')* <;
4d. m K. N. Robinson, ma.iter. Llliy.
Fntrardas & Co.. aseatt, Ttkga«a«,
Main 87.
PACIFIC NAVIGATION CO.
Sra'tl*. Kvwftt & Whatcom Rout*.
F'*t« of W*shlngton l'dv-s SeattJa«da!!y
eicept Saturday *t 10 p m.
Seattle. Ev«*tt ana I*i ronner Eou**
S'»>i»rr*r FtlrlitWlJ leave* Seattle daily
aacep* Saturday, WP- m.. calling at Ev
erett golrit north M- Wadneftday and
Friday; roln* aouth Tucday, Tburaday
and Saturday.
Telephone. Main .. v Ye-.,er dock.
WHATfOM. BBATTLB AXD TACOMA
I COL' a fe».
TaV* Cwmfr PAY CITY for Ana<v>rt#a
FaJrftaven or Whatcom. Leave* Commer
cial dock. Tar-oma. 2 P- m ; Cl y dock
(foot of Main »tree:>. Seattle, « p. m ... Tue*..
f"• :r>* ar. 1 B.H. 1 : • ;m'. j 1 »-.i vv.« Wha'-
come hp.en ; Fairr.av. #.13 p. m., and
Anacort»-a 10 p. m.. sua.. Wt-dnta. a?.*
Frl. Fa"* ~S»-at'!i» Jl »-r t! 'J round trip:
Tfccoxnift, $1 or I- round *rl&.
W. H. KLLI3.
SAN Jt'AV ISLANDS.
STEAMER LVD! \ T!H»MPSIM.
rarr*ln<r I'nitf-d h'» ***=•■« rt 01 lenvca *Cttr
dock, root cf Main street. Sunday
Tu»-«day and Thursday at 12 o'clock mid
night for 1' *t To*n»-r.d f«n Ju«a *»;ar»u
a tul N *"«* Whi toon i. Ket'irftkn lea v>• <
New Wfii'f. Ti Tut--!'' 'I J: ■! jy * i
Saturday, at 4 a. m. J H Thompson, ro»n
--»?»r-f.*'.tr, 1. :iv H a- Co.. agsttta.
i';ity do< k. 1 *.«-yhon<-. M ;tn <7.
TACOMA. SEATTLE. V*N COLTER.
FTEA MKR FTOPIA
WJ!I aa'l from d>* tvrj Mon
day and Thursday at k p, m f-, P fcuina
acd Vancouver. 1 &ro to b.aiziK. t,.au;
Vancouver. I? o®.
lele;>Sone M-i!n H.
A. P. MAXWELL. A?ent.
Colirjjn iKKrk.
BARNESON A JtIILCOTT.
Ship anl Rt«arr.ahSp A gen'.*. Freight an i
Chartering Prok^''?
OfTlrea. Mutual Ufb Building.
Tela&hoaa. E'.itck SO. .
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