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BIRTH*.
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M VET—In Bailard. JanuA^/
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4 months ar -i 1* *~
KNEI«» f- feif. Pr.--'.l-n-- «r»1-
tai. -
r-neamo? uu Hie wife res.de® ..n ». .are. I»t.
LAOERSTEADT—In Seafle, Th-jr*'! .y,
January %. WM. at th- Squire-l.artm-r
t.-jiidiftg or First avenue eouta,
...» rs 1 . . of tv' a
y ,T- H« a me.T! -er of Cour. Ex-
F.- -w era of Am eric*.
KOHN&-I . Seattle. ianjary «,
Ko-..tiv, of conaumpUjm, aged
rears.
«"fBLiSHLP S NOTICE—The only su
tt ria»< i traveling a *«•!.>» of ".no Poet-in
tf ... n ■ «r rc. J. A McCleHaa and J. I.
H.iwi>-y C-'y collectors ar» J. A <"atb
fur H T H»s;»y W H Harna and Ar
rtit Johnston Postmasters everywhere
ar-> out agents Pay money only to the*'-
Mt i; to our re - agents In the various
»nd towns of th«.- Northwest
REWARD -T-a dollars wUI b. paid for
fr.' rmaiiou 1 iditiif to the .conviction of
j»ny person stealing copies of this paper
fv.red to
ADVERTIBING—OfTiee hours of ths
P<i«?-inteilige«s*r business otti'-e; Daily
until 11 p. a> ; Sunday nours. & a. m. to
1_".30 p. m., a lid 7 to 9 p. m. Classified
advertisement* ws i b« received up to that
timf. Advertisements under th» of
Found For Sale, For Rent and
Si uaHons Wanted wiil t>e inserted at the
rata of 1 cent a. word each insertion. Pay
ment aiw «y* in advance. No artverti.-*-
U;» rt received for ietic- than 2T»
ADVERTISERS Changes for adver
tisements in the Sunday Post-Intelllgeri'-er
must tx- furnished by I o'clock Saturday.
Adv- rtis. m-nts wili i»e received at
branch ofTJc- of th. Po-t-Intelllg-ncer:
TACOMA BUREAU—No. 12*5 Pacific
avenue.
EVERETT-P K. Lewis.
|h>kt T<-WNSENI> -Wm A. F*felflrer.
BELLfNGHAM RAY New Whatcom.
OLYMPIA -4i:',j Man street, G. C. Win
s: a nicy. Agent
VICTORIA. B. C.—George Marsden.
Th»- following letters await advertisers
at this oftioe;
A. B. i Y. Residence.
A. if. K. U. S U.
Aissat Miner L. B.
C atholic. •*. Story Writer.
B. M. M X T. A.
P. F. NeaJey. -i " />-
E. g. N. E. W,
> V :N y. w. R.
G 11. O. A. W, C.
t; No ti. W. E.
a. z. p. c. w. k.
■ i »1. I' G. X.
I IT. R. P X. H.
I. V. R. C, Y E.
I W. R. T. .31.
J C. 4.V R Y.
Mil IETY MOTICES.
ARCANA Ix)«ige, No. hi. F. and A. M.,
meets »«cond and fourth M »nday each
month
EMI'LO¥ MK>T WANTED— MALE.
\\ ANTED—Engineer, machinist. «-l—< trl
< an. etc., desire? engfig-ment to Alaska;
Im* now chargo of a large plant. John
son, 2Kd2 I'acinc avenue Tacoma.
WANTED Situation as steamship stew
ard. fr- ighi or shipping clerk, by txp ri
.n. > d voung man. Address S. A., carc
P<>si-Intelligencer.
W ANTED A young m.m wishea position
a>» clerk :n g -nt/' furnishing or < lothlng
«- >re. Addr»-t«? E. Y., c.irc Post-Intclll
»■ ri.-er
EWl*l,o¥ >IK>T ¥V ANTED - FEMALE.
W ANTED— A good dressmaker wants
v. irk by the day in famides. n« w work
<>• rvaking over. Address Fifth
st «e!.
HELP WAN TED—FEMALE.
V\ \NTED N. it rook for a few board- , r<,
I ■ *nd foutu!. f.nnily cooks. 120. waitr ss
• - uid c!t imt*-:-maids, I", week; nur»e
K 'I I' '; shor ord-r cook. $2". cafe wai
tr-- • 11 « .k: camp cook. 120: worklr-.g
hot»-I h- tseki eia-r• chambermaids. %!'.
h.-i • work |l >. plenty of work at
Crane's. l'.s, WashinKton street.
THK "O K." noX for m-sseneer j
>m>t vivo hint your e|A*.-<lfled advert!•»»•-
m»'nt: th» I*ost-InteUlisenc<>r will pay
f>r (m-"vnger. Rates It u word, or
SI » a ii:i*- t.vr month.
WANTED A young lady to form .1 *onif
uri.l «I.»nr«- tim w!ih me: on* witii » v
perient >» un- -est- try. call after IJ.
!!•.*•! I/*!? lit! Fifth avi-nnf.
WANTED An txperlr» •■•J nurse girl to
t :» h •» t .»r. of one ch!M: good w.tcc": rt'f
(renffs required. Mrs. DOrr. Fifteenth
avenue and IVnny way.
V» ANTED Wi- have .» s>l» 11«1 Ut l>u«lu< s.«
proposition for a woman contemplating
'<i Alaska. Addri ..-a <i B. Post
-1 rite uljtencer.
\\ \NTKD A Ctrl f(»r itenera) ho im work
it Index: w>M w Apply to A. 2>.
Uunu. at Diller hotel, from 11 to S.
\N VNTKD <»ood klrl fir general hous*-
wm k : no w -i.*htnjf. 'Sfi Tenth avenue
pouth.
V\NTi:i> A k ■' glr! f»r general ho-ise»
» ;K: i good p!a■ ♦€! Olympic place.
WANTED »;,t! fur general htu.^«work.
I'l't It -vl*?t'n ivenue
WANTED —QIr! for r,?ral housework.
t• "t ?t ! -a street,
U'\N"' . irl t r general housework.
I'll Kignta avenue.
111.1.P \v \vt »:i>— M \i K.
v. \\Tfi>- % rigging: sitnjrei-*. 13 x\ btrk
«•:« J'.' 1.! liW'lcr. $. t l . milker: f.amtl>
t'.-K t- aha per. hand nwyt-r, planer
<t ;■ •wv. r. \vaj'''r. week . poa*h.«r.
w t »>•'.«» cttv "• : pastrv
• k two hit --! v> .Iters; laundry polish
er % rr...n and wife for country kite' en
a* • ,t e « .vis mar city, so c«>rts, tM< k.
nr> ♦-« tur.tor. chant ■> tu twich; l>oit ehop
>' nt«. ?»>■ In-t ahew In the state.
'< ■ ' r S:'.. •• .»•.. mill !•. md«. $: T
lv iirnwkT": eneltwr; family man:
t 'ft " ' • <k' in !r;mmw r>*.« •w
--yer; cw n]nm: Alsaluk ?•<•;(», wi?h itfv.);
-1 ? ho\ . tarin- to r- tit. <>u*ii:esa
: < ~«i *'run«*>, >s«i NV.i-:. n t ,-.•>n
\ \\TK! V r wi«e»' «if man w.-ft
. nv! r» '.-re- i in.| s•**• ***< in ci-h to takv
• r«-». ! •• \ if no wtiMMiH manufactory
1 - i-: mt e . : r.e fcO« "l rvtutr.» for p;i<t
1!> ■ * '•«> « t .;.U v I. «> jv».r j. , .\>l
- • «. tvioiad K> I*. O H>s\ ;"t», <"n\.
X 1! V \ '' \ nwii Iho; esper;-
' ' •••'■■A ■' £''• <rv I U-'tlf-* til' -•!
' ■ 1 tv *t d .<Dtri« and put
- '■ ' . Arid'i -
«*•.■• •• . U:'rt tr, <•.»;» l\>si-iiui i
! v \ ' »>t:v>*r* pa' » rnen f j
• tin e : • \ - r ••••, 'inrifves
rt'.a \V. I. K': e Co., St. l,ou!s,
i- > t' 1 ilU'l'S V !»»r nsen'« ca«--
- » < or addr, us:;,;;.
iu V\ t M.< -.
U (VII IK-'Silo* 1 It (Mills,
' >TTI air - fmt&i ;<>•<
* fpy nli write full tiari
, '' ' "t' ■ • hsoi i'vi vtMitr
"' ■ ■ r - '• T '- ! - •C . ffMMI prccs tal
B ■ \ . . ■ i »! 1 t'r-t'.MiKli CO 414
v ' ' 4 r your pack-ire*; prompt
'®» In® (i K. hex or
F''" • i!,a:r. ■ <l.
u i N'T I s '- -tp rt -3w«l t.-acher*. pu
- '• ' irv *si 4 grammar grada
» k. {ih Av«nu«' hoi;se.
u >N . 4 •*'>;• •• i*<■ «1 l.>>t#
' " -V v y to K. ft Drusaiond
1 \rr w arf.
v.. HEAVY WAGONS caii «t
«, o-'t.er »tn« and ti!in a\».*-
W .' V , m»naagra^J».
A 4 ta.. g«n«.ci.
W I^TFD-MBTWR.
WANTED—Partner with *>*> to share
in handling aluaalnom device
< copy nrh ted): aartmaer of a #~r«t *>> . '•/
*r-f erred; R .V- annua, profit* assured.
J -.-.r. P. Dav'd. BU r,-», Wuh,
WANTED—Lady partner in b-euty par
lor* mu«t the ®®
•.f . a -rjr' -1 references. Address ».
E .-s,re p.»t-Int*H;geneer. _________
V. a.\TKT>-A partner In an oyster •♦and.
wttfe JH; c.fE m-tk*- M" a st-»nth. Address
W ANTED—REAL EIT ATE.
HK HAVE , :<.?<: mere for th# following:
12,a0© to $2 s«« cash tor residence; must toe
fn food [ ea ity.
to for cn'tage or essy payments.
, to J'j ~cr -. Gr-vn Lak» or vteinfty.
L. ui- A. Resford » Co.. &13 Bailey block.
Telephone Main *26.
"k
M %\TKI>—BOARD.
WANTED—Rooms and board: fifteen min
ings' walk from water front. Address
\\ \ATED—*E< 0&D-HAND CLOTHING.
and fent iwnen'i cast-off clothing. The
1-,-a, 5-j. S<*ond avenut south.
W AU»J)-TO RESTT
WANTED-- -A strife of housekeeping room*;
fifteen minot.-sT waik from water front.
Address V. V., car*- Po^t-Intelligencer.
WaNTED-To rent, five or eight-room
ftfrrushvd house, with bath; reasonable
•■•r Addr«-»s room 2i Butler hot*',.
ROOM* AM) BOARD.
FOR RENT-Room with hoard for couple
in private family. 612 Pike.
FOR RENT—Room suitable for two, with
board.. <lO Third avenue.
FOR RENT—£uire of rooms, with board.
llue Cherry street.
FURNISHED ROOMS, with board. 1200
M i lion.
ROOMS AND nOARD. I'Tjo Fourth,
FOR REST— ROOMS.
FOR RENT—Elegantly furnished rooms;
&• and upward; baths; steam heat. Ho
tel Ferguson, Front and Sonera. Mrs.
Ferguson, proprietress; furnished rooms
for light housekeeping.
RING THE "O. K " BOX for messenger
and give him your classified advertise
ment; the Post-Intelligencer will pay
tor messenger. R.*at*s lc a word, or
sl-50 a line a month.
FOR RENT—Three rooms on first floor,
furnished for housekeeping; fine view;
convenient, quiet, no car fare. 124 Stew
art corner Stcond avenue, opposite Den
ny hotel.
ELEGANTLY furnished rooms; electric
ilg.nts and steam heat; transient or per
manent. First Avenue hotel. 1115 First
avenue.
FOR RENT -Furnished room; also rooms
furnished for light housekeeping. r>ls
Aloha street, rtear Mercer school.
FOR RENT—Furnished ro.«m in Hinckley
ley bl ick; st-am heat and elevator. Lar
ris <'ain, 31 Hinckley.
FOR RENT- Delightful newly furnished
rooms; elegant residence; no car fare.
1423 Fourth avenue.
FOR RENT Front bay window room, fur
nished; gentlemen only; close in; cheap
"21 Columbia.
FOR RENT -Three housekeeping rooms,
furnished or unfurnished. !#l6 Jefferson
street.
FOR RENT—Nicely furnished front rom,
with alcove, suitable for two. 704 Pike
Street.
FOR RENT—Thro* furnished rooms for
housekeeping. Tl"> Seventh avenue.
FOR RENT-Two unfurnished front
room-.. 711-Seventh avenue.
FOR RENT-Elegant furnished front
r *>m. < dumbta street.
FOR RENT—Elegant furnished rooms
i ver Ouy'n drug; store.
FOR RENT—Nicely furnished rooms. DOG
Second avenue
FOR RENT— Unfurnished rooms. 400
Fourth avenue.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms, fin
Columbia.
FURNISHED ROOMS-520 Fourth ave.
FOH RENT—HOI sux.
FuH KENT- Six -room house; excellent ?o
i ition; all modern imnrovemen s; por
•l» n bath. Roylstan nvenue tod
Fourteenth street*, between Mad son an.\
Marlon.
FOR RENT—Nicely furnished house for a
short time to people without children
uf ren cs required. Address M X . care
Post- Intelligencer.
F<MR RENT—A 7-room flat; 4 rooms fur
nished and furniture for ?*ile. Address
1« Fifth avenu south, corner Yesler
way.
i- < !t RKNT Hous-s furnished and un
f'»": shed. U c o furnished rooms Parker
.<• ro New Yo'k block
FuR RENT Houses and "O'fages; all lo
■ ation*. Wm. P. Harper, Dexter Horton
bank building.
I'i >U liilN'i A good ho-i" v room* Jus!
11 per» d K nd painted; jjooti locat'on F
%l Jordan.
FOJI RKNT A ! >vr!v 7--or>m house close
In furniture for «aU ; J ,v>. r. l( j ( ;,jj p j l|S
J'lon^er.
HOVSEB STORKS ?>r.d P,r*. Pioneer
Hi :! .ird Collection Company 9 Rox
wc.' blick.
FOR RKNT **r *»m .also furr.lshod
l(t«i Tenth near Stewart.
FOR RENT • HOUMI. Wm N*. Rrdfleld
New Yotk b!ock
»•*<>« ~ *
FOR RKNT rv-k room in central offtca
! sir: cK-v.v r. «e.,m he-.t. \d
ilrex \V N" -irf Rost-InteiHKen'rr.
Kelt RKNT—Small f;rn!«h"d office or
,le«k r.».->m Inquire Siu Hinck!ev M^ck
K'»R RENT Tv-t; ro.>m. AUr ~sTy~v'
; • • : ■ - fencer
mil RKHT-4TORCI
FOR RKNT- Two !a* r * M'rm'i'r a'-jo
d-vk r.wm on flrst '1 >or Ul"> First'ave
FOR RKNT--Biff, blot at ore. l'.rst
<\ .iW.
h » r I't.a.
fIRIT ftVKNUK HO 1 fcU K!*gnnt| v e„ r .
- - , » - m«. «lertrlr l»cht« and stem
ln at ce trai. tranatent cr pt-r
--riv-". .
PKH^OSAL.
1« N T KOUOKT to »ttf.t)<S au'-tlm -««• of
• -v.! ::>-»• at J C Whaliev » rv«di
IVnt'-i* ■' *' -e. Sat.inlay. «t li
o' lock Tak>« Third av<mue car. F <;
V. k'Tt •"*. tv:itwr.
RIKQ THE ~0 K ' Hi>\ far
and a:*-' h'm >< .=r cia««lfled adrartwl
wer.t th» roat-intj.ogencar *t;j "
f.,r Rate* lc a ward, or
Jt :*y X .me * month. * VT
T !!K JI'STI.V CELEBRATED -^" r . ...
Wv«tern Ccttac crsa-s n •ff.w «
Cheaper than s'-'- •; r maaea
a- 1 »<-e them. H*rd n MT Pike «- r eet
J! \tKPRKS<<IN t -M tr'tfacMrtnjf b,V«7vT
-g C-vvaola! Mvk, Col im'wa
~{ « -i avenue Room v v '" ;nsi *
LADIES' KLONDIKE fur coats an d
aulta manufacturrd to order. c T
Wemecke. Columbia dock * *•
SAt'RiriCE-Ran mandolH.
a xpna vwan* l» f over from i> r< . T
Wm Martlua. B.^-ord
ITOVS ANO RANOK REPAIR* *■
kmda 119 Taalar.
Ki'H SALE—S»w.ng machine; IS. i>y
Se- r.d avenue.
BFANOKNBBRO srtr.da aad se.U cauerr
CS Second.
THE SEATTLE POST-IXTELLIGF.XCER. FRIDAY, JANUARY 7. I*!K
FOR BILE—RKAL ESTATE.
Real Estate and Ir-'urance.
i ar.d 6 Cotoelal block.
C fin> hom" of seven rooms tn
uueer. Acne; lot » x 13).
C , >«—<!ood seven-room house; lot 5te128;
i,191 view In the city. on eaay terms.
$1 v.j —s-room house, newiy pointed and
i>apered; bath room; lot *jxU feet, or.iy
ten minutes' walk from poetoffite; two
car lines
E 300—A gyo>i six-room h<x:se close to car
line; lot s>xL.*> and a tine corner; only
ten minutes from postoffice.
A neat little cottage of si* rooms
en Twentieth avenue, oeiwevn Yesler
way and James street.
FOR RESUETO,
LIST YOCR
PROPERTY
WITH ME.
F. M. JORDAN.
5 and 6 Colonial block.
FOR SALE—is,SOS—S modern iou>e%.
EB. corner; first hill; pays 11 per ceat.
net.
housps, "0x130; corner; pays S per
cent, net.
acres, close in; ear lire; snap.
Elegant hom-,?, 112.M0. $lO.Si». 58,y«t, 15.3»,
9S.Jtw. t2.5C«. all on the first hill, the best in
tne city, cottages. 11.300. s!,»>>. $1 000.
choice lots, »*#», te>«\ 11.000. 13.0*30;
none betur in the city. George DorfTel.
IIS Columbia wtreet, Haller block.
FOR SALE—|VS7iOO tskes modern ft-room
house and lot. 3dx120, cloee in; Terry
avenue.
tl.OSO.oo—Takes good 7-room house, lot 30*
w'i. 1® walk from postoflice;
cl»jse in no hills to climb.
JS.VfMJO—Takes lot ®'xl2o. and fine 12-rootn
house one biock Denny school house;
fine view of Sound and mountains.
MADIGAN, VT7 New York block.
12.000 VILL buv ten acres of land at
Houghton, east side Lak.-- Washington;
improved; all under cultivation; 1,90)
bear:ng fruit trets good bulldiniia.
*I.«W lakes f.ve-acre tract at Houghton:
good seven-room houw. barn and other
buildings; all cultivation; fine
spring and orchard; shrubbery, etc.
MADIGAN.
15-Af"RE garden, modern house, fine or
chard. one mile end of car line, green
house, etc.. |!,500.
5-acre garden. 2*4 acres small fruit. Im
proved house, etc.. one mile end of car
line. « 000.
Lot <30x120, two 6-room houses, modern, on
Terry avenue. 12.000.
MADIGAN. 607 New Tork Block.
FOR SALE—32.OOO; a very fin® corner, 10"**
1-0. on Broadway, north of Madison; six
room house: street graded; excellent res
idence district.
t2.£iO—Corner In North Seatttle. 120x120;
both streets graded; fronts car line: one
block from school; fine lawn, with flow
ers, fruit and shrubbery.
F. W. W EST 25 Union block.
FOR RENT OR SALE—A l«9-acre farm
near Tolt. known as Entwietle place; all
cleared ready to cultivate; 40 acres of
hops; klins and Improvements; best
farm In Western Washington. Address
E. F. Sweeney, Seattle, for terms.
FOR SALE—Dairy farm: acres bottom
land. 70 acres cleared. aO under plow;
situated midway between Seattle and
Tacoma, on iine Northern Pacific rail
way; price, $33,00 per acre. Address G.
A, care Post-Intelligencer.
REAL ESTATE bought, sold or exchang
ed. residence and business, city property,
ranches, timber lands, acreage property,
business chances, equities. The real es
tate man, Madtgan 507 New York block.
1730 Excellent residence site. Harvard av
enue north; S3.MO, easy terms, seven-room
residence, every convenience, large im
proved grounds, easy walking distance.
Owner, 22fs Harvard avenue north.
FOR SALE—I3O feet square, nicely located
on the northes«t corner of Pine and Sev
enth avenue; price SS.OOO. Inquire Mrs.
M. 3. Wright. 1415 Fourth avenue, be
tween Pike and Union streets.
LOGGED OFF LANDS In Mason and
Thurston counties; excellent fruit land;
easily cleared and nicely situated for
farms: favorable terms. Tacoma Mill
Company. Tacoma. Wash.
FOR SALE -40 acres, mile from salt
water; 20 acres cleared: tine creek, bear
ing orchard, lots of berries, turn; sls per
acre. William Bremer, 404 Bailey build
ing.
FOR SALE—WO seres pile timber land,
w.tter front., on Hood canal, near Union
city: for $2 per acre if taken this week.
Compton *- Co.. Downs building.
FOR SALE—G-room house with foot
lot fronting on two graded streets, on
Lake Union car line, only $1,200. H. A.
Schroeder. 29 Boston block.
LARRIS CAIN SI Hinckley Mock general
real estate business, cares for prcperty
for non-residents, taxes paid. Now is the
time to list your property.
FUR SALE- $:;00; excellent residence lot;
graded street; near school: car line;
neighborhood settled; splendid site'
H. '/... Post-Intelligencer.
FOR BARGAINS In first-class business
or residence property in Seattle, apply
to the owners H H Dearborn & Co..
toem 12 Occidental block.
FOR SALE —T<ot fcixED, fine location, half
block from Tester and Twenty-fourth av
enue . price. JW. Address Owner. 615
Union street.
WANTED—A lady or gentlenien partiiw
with Sl."*) to S2W. for it nice little paving
bu-ine*=s. Address R. T.. care I'oesi-In
telligencer.
FOR SALE—Choice hon land on Skagi;
river; large or small traets. C. W. Cook
72* Pacific avenue Tacoma.
FOR SALE—Buslne«s block on Fir«t ave
nue a bargain. McDermott ft Jacubsen.
RO Waa-h:ngton building.
FOR bargain lot on First av nue apply
to H. H Dearborn & Co., owners, room
12 Occidental buflding.
LLEWELLYN & WARD 120 Marlon; gen
eral real -state and rental agents; list
property with us.
FOR SALE —Good modern house; every
convenience. A bars.iin. Call 20!2 Third
avenue.
FARMS FOR SALE OR RENT—CeII room
No. 201. New York block. Seattle.
RE At, ESTATE and timber lands. Dorr
A Co , room A. Bailey building.
a*"* 1 ACRES coal land. F. M. Guve 12U
Third '
%rrTlo\ «\I.E*.
AUCTION SALE contents of nr'vv
house. E <; Blckerton n.i* received in
#c?rurtions from J. C Whalley to se-H tn
t • nrv.r--.iSfs 2:: PonMus avenue, corn-r
of Th-wras <tre« t or Saturday Jan. s.
Nt V. Vclock: Bed sets, spriric®. mat
extension *aSI» dlqing chairs,
hea;.-r«. «i»<s carpets, rugs'
etc Tike TM"I aven:M> < \ •-*
FOH I.OLM.IXi Hl)l SE9.
I HAVK SEVEN of mvf d'-Mr'shU* tn
th- I?V. f n-vn s;\v , jp t o S3.W. Call on
lindeliff*. Pi^r-.-r.
FOR SALJS—P-room Indlkif v (yj<*»: rlomt
ir PiW> AWw P <"> Boat 5l«, Cttjr.
I HAVK A SNAP r> C wm hot:**
' ■ ■ i
FOR »> fcl V- HOI *l ».
HdrSE. with I room*; modern coma*
' ••t- •»: two V' • kfl '• >tn First avenue ra
b!» hn-* "» p#nny mv. ~ in
"?J TVnrr •*-<*•
rOK (ni HAVtiE.
F< K EXCHANGE— Hww and
i .'W'T * N A' f**r Dton(*r , v
-r" - - M u- - »-■-« .■ p
I<OIT.
LOST— Gosd-Nowp.l riml'** j n
b#t**en Hmck>v b ..ok and oottoff' V
at «:i3 p m.. Thur***>-. R«;urn to tbti
o" e *nd revive r* wir!
LOST-B , -k v-,i white cfw . k
rr srar.iel. R'y! a: People's th*at*>r-
Koisn.
BARGAINS "in' watches ' diamond*
atu» c*. toaJTumeOta. etc.; h!*h«.,t prtca
paid tor oid itoM ari ativer. Lncia Jul
Liar. Oft.-'*. Second. nCl * Jv *
LONDON LOAN OFFICE—Money loaned
on raluabe*. watches, diamond* ,r<
I#«re!iy I'® Second »v»-ue aouth
FOUND—A mn!', brtr.lle -w. *mi.
In Ninth
BOAT RIILDERj).
P. o COPF, t«Mt bllUdw. Tea.tr VtiarC.
CHANCES
POR SALE— Ore of t>e best restaurants,
ctnt-r pari or r--y
MATTER REALTY CO.
xz-m Vtuos Biock.
FOR ? ir-nt. on Third
a venae. cneap
MAYEP. REALTY CO
33-& Union Biock-
FOR SALE— «t-.re good location.
Mayer REALTY CO..
33-35 Union Biock.
F "'l* SALE—Cigar and fruit stand, can#
and see j-.
MAYER REALTY CO.
35-35 Union £:ock.
FOR BALE—A splendidly located hotel; k o
rooms. *team '* • at. F= r par', alars
MAYER REALTY CO.
33-1') Union Block.
FOR S ALE—Lodging" home; rooms; ail
(Bfluuscd; wiiS seil reasonable.
MAYER REALTY CO..
35-35 Union Biock.
FOR SALE-Lodging hoi"»e; C rooms; well
furnished. Fir particulars nee
MAYER REALTY CO..
33-35 Union Block.
FOR SALE— a splendidly located saloon,
doing a good business
MAYER REALTY CO..
ow OFFICE FOR SALE.
BY DIRECTION of the superior court of
King county, i am prepared to receive
bids for the purchase of the plant and
•tock-ln-trade of :he Queen Cty Print
ing company now being operated by me
a» a job and book printing business in
rooms 14. is. is an< j jr Cohnan building.
First avenue. Seattle. Wash., where the
Property may fee seen. This is an excel
lent opportunity to acquire a go.r.g busi
ness.
D. E DI T RIE. Receiver.
REMARKABLE BUSINESS CHANCE—
-1 hold the lease on the best location
in Seattle for a variety theater; I want a
partner v,\th a f-» hundred dollars: a
chance to double his money in SO days Is
in sigrit for th» right man; no possible
opportunity to )o#e; will deal with prin
cipal* only; look into this. Addrea» T.
8.. care Pust-Intelligencer.
Ireo-LODQINO HOUSE of 10 rooms and
bath; this is a bandbox; neat, clean: elab
orately furnished: rooms all rented to
business m»n at prices above the aver
age; only three blocks from postoflfice;
no better location; a pleasant, desirable
home. We have money to loan on this
property. Feazell 4n Minuix, 61 Hinckley
S2.TOO — A snap; saloon fixtures and stock;
3 wine rooms: 16 rooms furnished; rent,
S6O; 1 year's license paid. Ireland A Co.,
♦M Washington Mock. List your property
with us; we will sell it.
A good thin*: butcher and grocery,
fixture" and stork, stable and basement;
rent, S2O. Ireland & Co.. Washington
block. We are ready to handle all kinds
of property.
$3,500 WILL buy half interest Alaskan
transportation business paying over ISOO
monthly; good chance for man with
sma'l means. Address T. 25., care Post-
Intellig^ncer.
FOR SALE—On© dairy outfit, consisting
of one separator. butter worker and all
utensils which are necessarv in a first
class dairy. J. A. McCann. Blac k River.
s3.V»—This mast be Bold; goincr to Alaska;
furniture of "-room house; all new: rent.
s2ft. Ireland & Co., Washington block.
Call and see us before you go elsewhere,
WANTED—Good man as partner in an
outtit of six teams clearing $75 a week;
object Is to take thre" teams to Alaska.
Address F. Y.. Post-Intelligencer.
FOR SALE—Saloon, doing a big business;
very fine location; low rer*. Owner mast
sell on account of hl» health. F. M. Jor
dan. 5 and 6 Colonial block.
FOR SALE—A good little grocery and
meat business, well located and cheap;
owner must sell. F. M. Jordan, 5 and 6
Colonial block.
WANTED-Good man as partner in splen
did paying business; no scheme; $250
half 'nterest. Address C. V., care Post-
In -el ilgencer.
FOR SALE—A bakery In a good location.
doing a good business, can tx bought
cheap for cash; 3 years' lease on building.
3»i r.ostrn.
WANTED—Party with will earn SIOO
a week In three months; best references
given. Address ii. R.. care Post-lntelli
gencer.
FOR SALE—A first-class 'hoe stock in
the best stand In the city of Seattle.
Address W. C.. care Post -Intelligencer.
FOR SALE—A stock of clothing and gents*
furni-hlncs In the best stand in th>» city.
Addre-s li. 8.. care Post-Intelligencer.
T'l INVEST In any good. pa\lng
proposition that win bear investigation.
Address G Q . cure Poet-Intelllß> w »-r.
FOR SALE-Furnished rooming house;
full of roomers. Address W., care Post-
Intelligencer.
FOR SALE—A splendid business opportu-
T- -V C -il nr r.n N '.V V -rl< b'o.-k.
KOIt S M.»\— HIM'KI.I. t >KOt n.
FOR SALE—Furniture and lease of 8-
n>om house; close In: fine location;
cheap choice of several mining claims
and mine property—smelting fr«e mill
jnc or placer proposition? -in Oregon.
Washington and Alaska. Madlgan, 507
New York block.
FOR SALE—S4OO buys th» furniture of a
seven-room house, within eight blocks
of j>ostofrice: two spare rooms pav the
rent cf entire house, which is in excel
lent condition and beautifully situated
\on better look Into this. Larrls Cain,'
31 Hinckley.
A LI. KINDS of fine machinery and in
ternments mede and repaired, also pat.
tern and experimental work for in ven
ters. H Warner, room 2S Sullivan build
ing. _____
FOR SALE—Schooner three yen r« old; 57
ton-' a'l corn.Me, M™*omrnod.-«t]<>n* for
?f» I'or particulars address F. W. Currie.
Port Townsend.
FOR SALE —Thoroughbred cocker spaniel
d-.K will be sold at n sacrifice om<* iro
ir.tr a* (v. Address F. Q., care Post-In
telli<?cnoer.
FOR SAI.E—Two second-hand pool tables.
n« pood a* new. can be cheap.
Ar>rov to Eckerlv & Co., room 4!? BaHer
\. , vv-
FRENCH R A NOES and a'r-tlirht stove flt
t!nc« bv Virefy Iron
Works. Charles etreet ar.d Railroad av
enue
WANTEP TV* public to attend luotjon
sale. *3l Pontius avenue. S.«turdny. at 11
o'clock a. ni. E. IJ. Rickerton, Auction
eer.
FOR SAT K—7l -rained tannine husky
dosr« Ft-r particulars .«ddr«*a P k".
Lindsav Drawer E. P 0.. Victoria, B P.
FOR SAKE—r v >np; furniture of * «-room
he!!'*, coTnp'*-*e "ar i b-vwA for rent; pood
location Apply yd! F'fth avenue.
FOB SALE—A romnle'e set of West 4
Co s Reporters" series cheap. Allen A
Allen. Dexter Horton block.
BAMBOO FURNITURE of s!l kinds for
fale and tnade to order; latest styles.
1104 Second avenue.
FOR SALE—An elegantly made ftj?i
•"lit. very cheap. E. Voland, t.tilor. 517'*.
Third svenu",
R[( KEIA V.J South Se<-ond— ard
cheapest stock of sccotnl-hand *tov< -;
s^>ld,
FOR SAI.E- R-Mler t<~p d«sk. but •li J r.' i r:y
used. Addr-ss D. X.. care Poit-Ir.t ill
ger.cer.
FOR g * I,E—National Cs«h Register
Clark. 17 P - T . block.
FOR SAT.E—Office ftsrniture. Room «
Colman block.
Fa>R outfit. 17 Coio
| v •'
MIK'ELUKEOt'L
A P KAN! ALi. A CO.. caroenters,
jobbers; ulaam*; »!n4-i»j and
floors Teiephond. Oreen 544. tfc rtpring
street
\M> HOI IF. \I HHIHV
A. ENAMEL LETTERS
ard for signs and house rjroi.tr*
414 Y»sler way
DIVKH *\l» W RECKF.IL
A. O BENJAMIN—Sand pump# for g0.4
■tnlag k«pt in itoci. 112 fUaxoad Ava
FISASCIU.
LIBERAL ADVANVK3 on village*—
Wa-.ches. dam r.i« a- 4 * rran:* at i»w
m-es fr.r - J-e Loan Of .c . T Second
•F A>S*"~«—V Benefit Life
lean.- -n, n . ' ; • v - :t« :«ttc!es.
Acgu* W T\:-.g. Wa?h'"gt»t» block.
STATE, COUNTY 4V-N"SCHOOL WAR
rants sr i b sds bough: and *»!«- LW "
* Co.. ROOM A. BA : *y BUILDING.
TO LOAN*—fl >v sw*> J2s»*. on spP roT . ?s ;
city proper? r Wm P Hamper. Dexer
Horton Birk buTdnr
T ? E . °5 E '' ON " MORTGAGE COM ? O£
Ltd.—Robe r» J, Fisher. Agent.
buUdlcg. ________
THE VESTMENT CO
Smith mar gags loans a»J ar « - a
•uranc*.
HERBERT S ****PFR ' ocn *^«
farm., *nd timber land. U trcheuettnaa
block.
WARRANTS ho ff <- *- ! sold. W , m "
Perk;n_: & Co m Sew York block, se
afle
JAMK3 BOTH WELL, loans and
ance. 28 Boson block; telephone. * is:i
*». _ ,
TO LOAN-lISW at 9 nee cent. Groll *
Pamus, Madison street.
EDMUND BOWr>EN. flnancial a* erst -
Hortcn Bank buil ling.
COLLATERAL BANK-Money loaned.
1W Cherry. . ______
MONEY TO LOAN—F. J. Foster. Colo
nial block.
LOANS—Mrs. Patrick. 7*H New York
block.
VALENTINE BCRIP for sale, r Boston
__Mocte _____
xoTit v: io Mm'KiiiM.nHßS.
NOTICE IS ttERKHY OiVtJN that the
annual meting of the stockholders of the
Washington National Bark cf Si-attle
will t e held at the of the l ank, on
Tuesday. January 11. >;»«, ai 3 p. m.. lor
t:ie election of directors, and such other
bu*i!ie&s as may properly com# before it.
M. F. BACKUS, Cashier.
NOTICE is hereby given that the annual
meeting of th* stockholders of the Boa
ton National Bank, of Seattle, will he
held at the office of the bank on Tues
day. January 11. at 3:30 p. m., for the
elec-ion of «iirectors and such other busi
ness as may come before the meeting.
A. M. BROOKES. Cashier.
NOTICE is hereby given that the regular
annual meeting of the stockholders of
the Seattle National Bank will be held
ir. the banking room of said bank on
Tuesday. January 11, *S3B, at 3.30 p. m
for the election of directors and such
other as may nroperlv he
orougr bef.ir© it. S. FOSTER KEL
LEY. Cashier.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thit the
annual meeting of th>* stockholders oif
ttie First National Bank of Seattle will
ho held at the offices of the hank, on
Tuesday. January 11. IS9S. at s p. m., for
the election of directors, and such other
business as may properly come ho/t.re it
*-• 'i CRNKR. Cashier.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
NOTICE IB HERETO 1 GIVEN that tppli
cation for license for plumbing and
house drainage will be received at the
office of the president of the Roard of
Health, rooms 301-303 Bailey building,
City of Seattle, from this date to and in
cluding Jan. 8. 1598. Examination will
take place on Jan. 10. IS9B.
By order of the Board of Examiners.
J. H. SWYNEY.
Secretary.
COMPOSITION—We are now prepared to
do composition for the trade (any meas
ure) in Nonpareil, Minion. Brevier and
Lome Primer. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Call or address Post-Intelligencer, Seat
tle
SPECIAL INFORMATION DAILY to
manufacturers. business houses and
public men by th« Press Clipping Bu
reau Allen's), room 42 McKay building.
Portland Or
XOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORa-Notlce In
hfit hv giv. n tha* sealed bids will be r>»~
oeivtd at the office of the undersigned.
No. ti Dexter 1 tort on & Co.'s Bank build
ing. Un to 10 o'clock a. tiv. Tuesday, Jan
uary 11, l c .;et, for the build ins? of a dock
and warehouse upon a portion of lot 7
and the whole of lota h and 9, and th*
harbor area in front th- reof. of block IT>l
of the replat Seattle Tide Lands. Sai.l
dock to extend from the present railroad
tracks on Railroad Avenue northwester
ly to the out-r edge of Schwabacher
wharf. Warehouse *o be 45x220. Plans
and specifications will be on file Satur
day. the Sth.
Dated, Seattle, Jnnuarv JSJS.
DENNY-BLAINE I.AND CO.
mMmsmsmmM %*i> cortbactou,
IAN FRANCISCO BRIDGE COMPANY,
engineers ard contractors; bridge 'juiid*
inc. dredging. harbor improvements and
fenerai contracting Chat lea street and
Irnt avenue south.
SEATTLE BRIDGE COMPANY, bulldsrs
of bridges for railroads and highways;
pile driving, trestle and wherf building.
613 Seattle N«r'o»st P<"k holding.
ATTORNEYS- \T-LAW.
FRED fL PETERSON.
counselor. Rooms 1-3 Olympic block.
PRATT * RIDDLE, attorney* at law
rooms 309-310-311 Bailey building.
UPTON. ARTHUR & WIIEELER-
Room- 303-307 New \ork block.
ST R I'VE, ALLEN. HUGHES & Mc-
Mlrken Bailey building.
ANDREW F. BURLEIGH, attorney at
law 22* Burke building.
HUMPHRIES. HUMPHREY & EDSEN
Occidental block.
W r> I.AMBUTH. Seattle National Bank
bulldlnr
T. H. (~\XN-<n Pioneer. T>l , Biar-k 1170.
W. F. HATS —Offices. 4J4-5-« Nr W York bit
MII-O a. ROOT. 10-14 Roxwell butWr»ir~"~
M~M *V V. w V~ht
CVTIMV *\n r»H*U|\o.
ADAMS' »•«: Htha block. Seattle. solicitor
Of United State# and Canadian patent/
E*pert-Pater,t cff'.re. mechanical draw.
Irg' a'd tr*de mart.
KHICATKII \L. -
FRENCH AND SPANISH «"rrim p
Constant and A. Bracons 612 Washing'
ton bulldln*. First avenue. *
WILS< »N Modern Business fMlleco I
CM- Ins l.ulldin*. Tel. M iln 416. L ar
and beat in the Northwest. * r »est
I.F.r. S BUSINESS COLLEGE,
bln.k _ nai
MIMICAL. '
MISS ROSE C MITCTTELL mandot'n
and guitar, formerly Jnarructor Hiinofi
F, male cohere. Hnivoke Mock. "'*»«•
ROS of git';- r.
ELOCITIO*.
ET'OCT*TTON— I.izz'.e Jay ItichardTon" f r e
F.-nrth a ™ u ". C S
ART.
MRS, MrCf'MR Ar-i.-. v, 50 ; s 7n~~7i
water-color and china p.«j;,Mnsr.
avenue. 4 nia
%r^k E M El ' Llo ' rr -
TVPKWHITKHJ. ~
TTPEW KITE US—Try the Mw CT^r- —
tc« L'enauicire. new model c*. «rarVT;I
new No. 4 Yost before purcbal i t*,* or
writer. Seattle Tvpewrtter e*m
Ci First avtnue. 'Phon* M»-n »-* nAn *«.
IKKKT BROKERS. — ———•
RA.. »AV AN- [SHIP Tit KETH
-iKkets to am; f-cm ail p« ru of th
world -t reduced rates; special
mil Eastern and European points. £ ®
Thurston ._L*_Cbl'.ff'y *■<r»»t. <--«£.
Hilt I'HHTIW.
ALAMS f 0..7.*n block; tndu n,—
iftnt cg drawing. CiE «*
M-OVI: RI:PUHIV(;.
WOVE AND RAKQt RgpitSa "...
kind*. Third «tre«!_ iK4 * AJ
lIM-ili ill.
KLOVDIKB—INFORM ITIO^.
I WILL leave S- .ttUe fw Klca
d:ke and lMw<on CK> mk vg J .' ,
parcels; have j->i arrived from ii.v. e »• .1
a* a; about
return to ne eoaat aN>ut the 1 .-.a of
v rvrii Forties* wantiag rettablo
: r .-an ir-.t rv .wme at room 1 -'«•
ho:el. from * U I!Hi . If 1 I vAn
o v iv :or Ji tm\l«r»te char*®. I);**
two «'th t -r
from outs:-sr van mat', ihe?r !•-tie.. u.r
luwso-n. JiMorado - r Bonar.M. P» i /
address J to 1.-p,ace< in an en*«w,...
Ad«:r, #strd to T. O n -Snnldo
Seattle, with a postal orver ot one dOuar.
each, wnioh !s the charsre. __
FREIGHT AND PASSAGE TO >T . Ml
chael and Dawson city. K-.Ov.
oown lwi. etc..
'ii ilities; will coturaci
vi :h 'part:o t-ke freight
r -s to ST Michael if desired, n. » ' •
will !--ave Seattle about April let. to
parties a chance to butldn 1 * erl .
He VuKon opens up. For_fre.».ht -na
N.it.onui Bank imlMlW
-FOR COPPER RIVER V re o
Fare, *>X, rteiudmif * of a ton f [ e ', K , < e .
Schooner LiMie Colby will sail > •' ®*
aitie on or about January — >»' i. • \ .
ryins pus* i:«or* and treisht. v 1..,:'
*«-rii ar.d cargo landed at Iv.rt > .
tie (wsth at transfer), the r.rar<>
Mi'Ci— bio to the Copper river. Re-« "
tions tr.u-t |h» made at once Lu f
Trading ,v Transportation co.
Central wharf, Seattle.
CANADIAN DITTIES- If vou are coin< to
locate in Klondike or pass throuKh to
Alaska under ihe bondt-d p*vKs<.
tan have vour custom house papers M'"
pared before you leave here: those who
have papers ready for passing tne_ »u-"
toms will not b»* delayed, while trn j-t.
who have not must wait the' Conve
nience of the cfticera. Call on A. t. r.ngie
hardt. Can.id an custom houso oroatr, u
Colman building. ________
ALASAKA FREIGHT—A large prospect
ing outfit having their own ocean vessel
and Yukon river steamers wili leave Se
attle for St. Michael and Dawson on
May l. i«;i>. ar.d nave about 300 tons
freight tor >ale; delivery of tr*\ah»
at St. Michael or Dawson guaranteed.
For rates apply to F. C. Bell, room
Olympic bloek. Seattle. Reference*.
First National bank. Seattle.
MINING LAWS. RULES and regulations
of the United States and Canada tor
Alaska and Non ,we.-t territory, com
piled con)i''--te. with forms. Gives roy
alty act and no-proxy law; nocket Kize.
SOc: sold at news-stands and hotels, or
addres* Hills & Ausherman, box 116J>. at
torneys. Seattle. Wash.
ANDERSON'S NEW lithographed map of
Alaska and Northwest territory: latest
(December, l.siO. b st ,in«l most complete,
35c; ,map upper Yukon. 7.V; map. routes
to Klondike region, 50c, im*"t age free. t).
I*. Anderson Map and Blue Print Com
pany. Occidental block. Seattle.
WANTED .V-o.iXW Klondike cranks; have
reliable information how to diii for gold
wlih comfort and profit In Alaska, hy
reading the St>attle Post-Intelligencer
in February about Yolght's heating
blasts. ."4 W. Adams St.. Chicago.
LATEST Klondike guide tDecember,
first complete rouie and mining guide;
only one containing charts of White
Horse and other dangerous rapids: ,">oc.
Humes, Lvsons & Sillee, publishers,
Seattle. Wash.
SEE ADVERTISEMENT of Crystallised
or evaporated eggs, on page 5.
KI.OMMKK—CHA.fCKS.
FOFi SAIiK-Angor.i goat.s; the only team
fcuitable for the trip to tho Klondik ; they
f : ; their own living; the in< at sells at
•uwson for $1.7.0 per pound. W. H. Glea
son. Washington street, Seattle,
Wash.
FOR SALE t>n« full sized mining claim
on Forty-nine Gulch (emptying into Bo
nanza creek), about 9 miles from Daw
son City; price, $12,000. N. A. Veline,
lite Second avenue.
H'H SALE-Grubsiak*- interest in com-
I»I»-to outfit on Lake Ronnett; fuil year's
outiit in handx or" party who will hear In
vestigation. Address Grubstake, care
I'ont-Intelligencer.
WILL SELL p! Her claim In Alaska; bona,
fid< bond furnishol a.« to title and value;
nrice. ?;'*». Call immediately. otC Si attlo
National Bank building.
W A N'T K I>-r- Party soitur to Alaska to han
dle a tirst-ei is.-) article of necessity; large
is-Mir. d. AdJrc-w U. i:.. c.iie l'oit-
JnteliiKt neer.
\\ .\NTi;L> l'rosp« ctors to a. t as agents
for us: call ticfore outlittinK. Seattle
<jo!il
blfK-k.
No BORE or from fwt if jrott "so Han
oi's antiseptic foot powder. 3JU Kurke
building.
SLE Al)\ EUTISEMENT of (Crystallized
or evaporated i Kgs, on page 5.
KliONDll\K—\\ ANTS.
PARENTS fJOINO T<> KLONDIKE can
do nothing netter for th> ir >ons and
daughters than to leave them at Vashon
College while their home Is broken up.
Special care given to boy* under It; vears.
Number limited to 14. Catalogue and
ot.ner information by nddt- lng Preai
dent A. C. Jones. I*h. D.. ihirion.
Ni.W ALASKA MAP, showing routes,
lithographed. 4 colors, cloth oovtr, .".Di ;
paper, Jk>: also our "Guide to Vukon
**old Fields, - ' Illustrated, tiie most au
thentic. 55c: w.th above map, 50c.
man & Hanford Co., I'ubliahers Alaskan
literature. Seattle.
WANTED-Party with Ti.ooo to 12.000 to
join adverser in sawmill and boat build
ing proposition on Lake Bennett. R..0111
H Colm in block.
SKE A DVERTISEM ENT of Crystallized
or evaporated ogft*. on page 5.
KLONDIKE—OUTFITS.
COFFIN BROS , it 2W Oec'dcntai aven l
have operif d a larg.» out !i:Ting store; t.i y
keep everything needed t y miners, viz
<'froceri.'!'. hardware, clothing, tents"
sieda. shoes, gum v.oota, hats, firearm*!
«r>!ek-"ilv»-r. aim are agents for 1. .',
Y ikima Waol-n Mills, and guarantee the
lowest prices In the city.
YO( ML SI NOT OO to th'> Klondike un
less you have one of our lAjuimau suit*
and watt rproof. fur-lined sleeping 1-ags.
lt'» nothing n»-w for n-\ have littrd
up Arctic explorer* V T>a I--
supplied. W. W. Hart &■ <*o. 5 \v<
Third street. New York city.
F. BHUTE A CO.. 10!0 Second avenue,
cppos.te Lialto. Complete m'i ng out
fits furnished; lowest pric» : ' irh-Rrada
goods. e-t:matea rven; sp ciai rate- to
parties of ten or over.
KLONDIKE Special Acme canvas
Iwiiit; officially adopted by Nor?iiwt-t
mount.-d poib-e for use on the Yukon riv
er. I'ip. r<v Taft. Agents. 1024 Second av
enue.
OAS ENGINES for Klondike or any oth r
place: stationary or marine. Geo. Si:,tz
1307 Western avenue.
SEE ADVERTISEMENT of Crystallized
or evaporated "Kgs. on p«g.-
KLONDIKE—MIM.'ELL t Ni;oi S.
L. L. BALLS?, hunter, guii' and f*-.!orr»
whl guide or furnish guides for partiei
to C;.p»r river countr-,. i;„ AUska pen
insula. Yukon or i*s trirmtari««- ai-o i"r*t
ciuas practical frontiersmen* furnlKhVvi
for parute on gruosUke lay; rl,r-
given. P. tj. Box 43i». Sewiie.
HKADyUAI'.IhHS AT r»YK.\ for furnl.
tare, carpet?. a:ov«a. w d || t .aper. etc «
manufac*ure woven w;r«- top
roaUren«»s, all kinds, an 4 ?»•;! a
for which you «.£ to \!r£s
»ruii) f-tori-s for j.a> ~r t-n« K
W. Hart, undertaker. Dye a, Alaska."
DOGS for Alaska for «, ..
Trained jr. l untraried. A;,;»!y to or art'
dres* S* ttle-Yukou Dos Co.. >.,j \v .»
ern avenue. l *
FOR SALK—Train" 1 do** for Aifi
tra<!<\ Ai i-ka 1> it c'om;>.tny, o'-.0-'i '
yards. K " K " frtrlef;lt d *P°t, near' 'atock
KLONDIKE DOC* FOOD—Dr:--J sai'non
do*k market> Chl °P*<* I>ros., Yta! r
BKK ADVKRTIfIKMKN'T of <.■> ;
or c>
K l OM)IKK
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•'' ■ •' n - 4 ' Kink
F«.'K SALI- A >y-.vl
* ud i' w; „ u,t ■ Ufc,il or StSckJJr***
w K. : -r particulars call
lit-: 1 Di * " k
VESS ' S • - A.aski trade. c,i- "■«*
ter Tracy tl. Robertson, n
b-HVne "*&««
SEE \i>\ i- . :-'.MK\'T sf .w^T
or evaporated , KS s. on pa«»
•K1 <>M>lKi:—<.Hlß STAK^**'
A GOOD «'•>•»;<. . • sailor would SkT^
; r AUsk *- r «SU.
BEE siixr^r;
or evuporu.<d *>«#. on j>ag« 5.
*OK S \ LK—
STCAMSiIIJ'S FOR
lectlon of cheap sttacnshlpa (or *•
abie io run ;»*■•:*.'->n Seaitl# tß j|?' u *'fe*
Steam ve-><M circular. Samuel 4 -
&«< Broad .-treel. N.w York.
1- OR SALE Thesiaunch atui*....'*'
Hfimr Clan McDonald- 2L***
adapted for river work. For
iroui'e of l.M'v TV-.Tardus &
PHVMHASS AXD SdtGKOll^
DH. GEORGE M. liORTON.
aurgeon. removed to room*
Bailey building, corner Secoad
and Cherry. ®""»a UV*
DR. FLEISCHER - Specialty mZ
*enito-urinary and female dhweseifi'
flee. Washington block. 705
Beat t la.
DR. MILES removed to 3S BaUm
Ins. Black v«l. Residence. 612 »»,
street: lluff 651. ""
DR. CALHOUN. Starr-Boyd block. *■*-
phone. Main SJI.
DR. SARAH KENDALL. Holyoka hfct
Telephone. Green SSI.
DR. VESER,__Washln*ton block. Tfc
phone. Rea ai,
DR. ANNJB RUSSELL. M RottMl m£
DKNTISTS.
DR. ft. (J. GRIF FlN—Office at reald#:^
1-7 Taylor tv.mi,-. North Seattle. Tib
Cedar street car. Most n asonuble pha*
a el. Lake 701.
DR. li. K. SMITH, 11. 13 and 1* Uocki
ley. Telephone, Main Sja; r(*!dc«a,
Main 29,.
DR. <\ L. NELSON—Realdene*. lIUThM
avenue; otTl.'o Coltlna block. T«! RadLUl.
11. H. GENTLE. l>. D. S.- Uootw »■«
Btlley l>ulld'!)e. Telephone, Main IS
JOHN I». WHITE, I». I*. S. roomn
Burko building. T. lephone, Rwl l«tt.
ALBERT J. FORREST. Sata Dm*
bijlldlnß, Front street.
GEORGE E. THOMPSON. IX R
Burke block.
AIiBIN A SMITH—TeI., Black I.lft. lit
llvan block.
D. I. RURKHART, D. D. a TIiH aal
Jamea.
r. A. T> r> S , Cnlmnn bolMtac.
OtILISTS AM) AIHISTS.
DR. A. R KIIIHK, -j.uijst, aurlst Ml
physician for diseases of th» thrott: re
moved to rooms JV* V 7 Bailey buiidl&t
corner Sec ond and Cherry streets.
DR. STILLSON. eye. *-»r. nose and ttrai;
removed to No. S Hinckley.
r>w WMTTF? snd ear Pl*n«erM%
tiiutoronivrs.
HANNA. expert chlrop I'irldis »
ino\e<i to Burke building; reception «M
X."*! AM competitors challenged.
MUS. DR. NETA RUI.'NPAGK-COTI
(•tired: n» w method; and raanlcur*. El
Kir*', .IM-'iuc. ]
CLAIRVOYANT*.
SPIRITUAL INSTITUTE Hnlint
ttachins and developing for mediums*
Dr C'besaro, manager; Mrs. Chedm
reer. Spiritual and business readiap
daily Public circle* Mon.. Thur.. I >
m. Room Keittle Nat. Hank hmUmt
MRS. E. KMMKTT. the South African w
dlum In her wonderful clairvoyant MM
reveal past. present and future;
suit her; reading. 50c. Room* SI Mi!
*ll Second avenue.
MISS PERRY, l't Erler block. Rl3 Seeosi
second lloor: kt- at. st known card e(
T.laijt-t reader: palmUtry: if in trotrtlt*
not fall to see her: your fortune fort
M \D\M ESPERANZA, clairvoyant^
r- ader. business advice. Kennebec No*
908 Yesler way, room 1.
PLEASE OAI.L and s< e the wowferf*;
clairvoyant. Mme. Francisco, 1411 8«*l
avenue, near I'tke. " j
MRS. SWAN. < 7 Second; baths; rb«i»
and n»rv'iu.-ness cured.
MISS A. WATKINS. 121 Pike. RoemJ^
1» ILMISTR V.
NOT ED~~ S~! E Nil I'D * PA I .MIST. *»
J vt of Boston, who can be feen <*»
ivfT 1 irs' of lit- . r. v«..U the pant and
r.icati •* the future by the rwl tiff
hand* The matlam«- i« a palmist etes
*v !>•: and has devot- d
aci«'i:ee of hand reading. 625 First V*
nu#» r Kit of Ch« i rrv ptreet i* nc ' OV *T MJ
,V: Rosenberg'ii clothing store. Take
I N St KA3LJE.
ATLAS ASS I RAN* K COMFAftJ
London— Organised ISfIS. Assets. ««.»
GUV F!ro losses promptly adjusted.»
mund Bum den, agent. Hortou bank
'P«f- _
fll \RI E3 WATSON. Insurance. MS*
York huildir. Trleption**. Main W.
BCRNSft ATKINSON, general &•*
ante. H Ronton block. _
GOODWIN. RASKR * FISKEN.
anco. llaller block. -
WATERHOt >'E * BEACH. instiTS**
A Colman building.
HaNFOkTT# ri KWAKT. Jnsurane* *
Pioneer building- -
Camiopn" * CO.. general ln«uraa»
Olynnplc block.
CRAWE'>RD. CONOVFTt * CO- Vtt
Vo»V
MIM * AWO MWBW ST'X K.
r HAVE . ' Kl,£ '',°. r a f°rf
i. 1 i if&sS to* m
"4j .'M.vboLIDATKU" mock. Fergu**
~ vi . It %NO (UEMUT'__
A. L. inns '• v f JlLlli!
IIIHiK HUDISfi" ...
Wfc. LKAU a.f 1 " 1
stsKr'i-s3£^®fe
Kind njf Honm
attla. ___
RKMOVAI/ > >n ' £ SB'S-*
nr. >vt-ri to '■'.'['•y p >fiJ 9 0*4 »
fir-. K'«oni* "
pU-.«ed to hiH olj and n<r« f"»
as hi»r-ti)for»
iri: *m» foin
DIAMOND U K AND COLD e|e< | | |.
Conifa ty. foot <>' 1 nton .* Jl
lux** try»uu lea ff®n»

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