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irSKSH CHASCBS.
JCEV, ALASKA TENTS
1'•» FOR SALE
CHICAGO PRI'ES
COP-. SIXTH AND PiKfc. CUAPIN.
PHJVTIN- OFFICE FOR SALE.
«T I>lKK' -v of • Jiypmor e«urt *vf
Kirs* r ' f am pr»pir«l to rec»t*<-
bjd» *<w til* puf. of sr ' 4
■tack-in-* r*d~ of U;e Qu«: r -r Prtat
tnar Casnr»an> now bair.g ©;»erat-d by m«»
ST. job and f print.r * witness in
roan* 14. I'. T 1 1" <"olmsn btshdinir
Fr»* \\ ash., where Im
££pe'fy n. <v «*n. ,T Uis an *xn*l'
fcnt opportitr. y to acqolrs a go;n* »«■-
mm ' D E. DT'RTE. Recover.
■TSINESS *r
tW« household »»*c*ssl»»s. manufac
tured at Portland. Or.; dk*trlbutea
«hs sta;*-" [•"' rmanant busir.eaa paying t
«ft monthly. ■ \ r.ir- .jooniM for ttv®
ajar, with J. r <« : P*r' ca»h and »e<urUy;
OflCi. AoufiM
Pitch. Portland, Or
rOR BALE—Rare chance; finely located.
t>\{\ re*< Hiram and h»k*ry;
Artnz th" Lirrr**' !n Tacmt
liil ream h*»f interest with the right
piriy Art'irf •;« I'. O. Box M 5. Ti^omi.
t HAVE hai* ln»fro«t In lot In
gtouniar: 1 ,r > with SMO. -who will put
up taietnff no i'». address at once; or.lv
ti»o* with r«'idy ca«h ne*d aaawer. **s
Vanderbilt biock, Taooma.
WANTED—S< gentlemen and ladles for
Aia*ka <olonv, with 1500 to
•ood prM 'tition; best and quickest
route to Klondike. AlajikaAlißUtg Co..
824 Burke building, city.
«9M WILL. RUY half tnt*-r»-«t Alaskan
transportation business pay am over sw>t
monibly. «(**! chance for man with
*mali means. Address T. 7.., care Post
lß«lil«encer.
I HAVE for rent one of the finest stores
In Seattle; suitable for any kind of busl-
be*' location In town; no saioonitt
need appiy. Ireland & Co., ¥A Washing
ton block
jrtß SALE The best-paying mercantile
business In th< city; fine chance for out
flttitis «t Invoice; at.out $5,000. Haven
ft Thorp, 413 Seattle National Ban*
building
fMfi for a nice, clean office business; sult-
K hi« for young lady, widow or lady who
|a tncuniberen with a hsishand. Call on
F«*te!l ft MlnnU, SI Hinckley block.
POP. SALE—"If TO J want to buy a good
•sioon, that Is a money maker, l>**t
location In the city, call on me. F. M.
Jordan. 6 and € Colonial block.
il iao buys a 25-roora lodging- house rom
nlstely furnished; all r<*»ms rented at
good prices, splendid location. Feazell
ft Minnix. <1 Hinckley block.
WANTED—Good man a* partner In splen
did paying business, no scheme; 5250
half Interest. Address C. V., care Post
ißtelllg^ncer.
jpoK SALE—Established business; cloa«
to city; pavs 13.500 per annum. Call on
LP. Camden, basement Mutual Life
sk.
LODOIN'O house proposition: t2.&K> for
hSlf interest; » big money maker. 311
Seattle National Bank building.
Foft SALE—A flrst-claas confectionery
store; good r, hsoii* for pielllnjf. Address
M O . tare Post-Intelllgencer.
HE ARK READY to handle any kind of
property; glv, us a call. Ireland it Co ,
m wssihlngton block.
ISKRGETII' HUSTLER with M.WO csn
easilv make |2O,<W before fall. Box jS3.
B'at tie.
BIRULR-M I"ME|XAHKOI 9.
FOR SALE—Ma hinery. consisting of twin
engines, cylinder ifi-lnch bore, 4V a f*et
itroke capstan, copper plj>e and other
machinery belonging thereto; price 12, W*.
Address H P.. room 402 Equitable build
ing. Tseoma.
FOR SALE—Portland. Or.; finest billiard
hall on the Pacific coast: 8 tables • 3
pool, i billiard• «rtn feet solid mirror: fine
ttatusry; cost s4.<*X>: price, Sl.Sf*>. G. W.
AH*n. i*t Third street. Portland. Or.
IDR SALE -Cheap, one set 12x4* stern
wVe! engines, with feed pumps, deck
P mps aril crank shaft complete. In flrwt
eia** .-oniiitiui Apply at National ltatik
of Commerce. Tgconia, Wash.
FOf: SaLP -Cheap; t-; lendid all-purpe»s«
tf.irti and «et of harness I'aH at Ch iril-'
Hall's Sey. nth stid Kitur street,
let ween hours of 1« a. m. and 4 p. m.
tt*U! sold.
VOH SALE A c.ir load of young horses;
well broken; five matched t-ams; from
I? I *l to l.Sft) pounds. Inquire California
Cf»!!nj!s»lcn Company, i'li l Western av
«nu>.
AI.L hlNi>S of tltie machinery and ln-
made and repaired; also pat
tern and . gp»rimental work, for inv. tit
er*. H. r, room Sullivan build
ing.
FOR SAI.E A d-class ticket to Uvea.
A'wka. via steamer City of Seattle.
PiU st room 412 Pioneer bulldin*.
FOR SALE \ omplete '• t of West ft
t>'« R, p,n«. r»' -- ri. - eta ap. Allen &
Alien Dn!,r Horton block.
F'R SaI.E Smith Pr. TO • r typewriter
as n » v ••••*• little. Ad drees
A. N. tt -.»«t: Wash
SALE A niirl.v !'urnl*h<s! office:
t rea« - at. , .. t 'rally located. Call
j>t ;y Ni-w v..ek bio -k
L'AV.P.>: • • f> • NITER;-: of all kinds f..,r
*i * and n>ad • to order; latest styles.
UW Se ind iVf nue.
Ff'l: SAf.E N< u ' .;! • • • «. room I; •;
Jftit t. itis'tie. E j Merimet'. 33,.
R > an -.g
«• of second-hand Btov«**
Oust Sf -old
Ff)R SALE—Roller top d*>«k fut slightly
' A. -Ir>- '- I> \ <-<r Post-Intel!!
**R'-<r
; SALE An A t fresh Jer««ev cow
of N. \Va;tl<;gford m Hardy A
Hg i'g.
F'-R SALE «'ir:fage; nesrly n<-w Vleto
' ■ Ri>st »n ' .k.
"J" * ! ' \ur-rooin
■' " S>- :l!h Se\ - -th stt.-et.
F^ : S.\Ll OV •- K ~>f oxen. At Ere
"H»tit mark t Vr, r:-. ■ t
IWI SALE-Photograph outfit. 17 Colo
-rial .'k
I UK I \i IHM.t
'N °M • t\. - - property
If thrlv r c ih »st «»i f • Seattle r, si
i*p. *Of ! - rro: > w ,11 as - -ve
Andres* T 11 . ,r- P-««t !■ •< :l!tT-ne, r
figUXOE trade g *od eq
k ' : '> K« , ;.t:m. 4.
• lull ting
r~ »
*ll I I Vt \t» 1 l« ICS.
ti 'N a.< j-e now preperexl to
I <!« oc ar ti trade canv m.-.s
lr N M • :. Brr \. r * i
}<??.* r s -- ' " •artr' !
*d or * - . i* < -
tie
special iN \ -\ rrr~> ; _
*Mttfa ' r« t hon«-« and
®ub!!e 1■- ' V 1 • i Cl't't "r Ri-
P»«lHrd r' 1 *' K -o'V.tildlr-g,
rot m».
BaPUU.ns N \VA ; - ,>, mds
nts, e _
f. - ■< g id sr « ■.v r. tJ 72
Lcv»n Or . » •; Sec >r.d. ' v
ldfclV>N ' \N M . ; rinfJ
srd
. V » iv nue set.
»
i r.
Lost < aboard e ;;e""--o'-.t!
■ w: • .Idem ? ' > St. r mar t
m w • M . g»• n: »• • . <i N. R. K.
s;*t ie(. female; re
' ' '~o uml;s strc. t
KB \M» COLS VTMUC&
fcUilOM* ICE AND COLD S i'i>KAGt£
r of Crlon nunutte
wta jc« ti en eatsr.
PItA*CTAU
Kerw ALASKA TENTS.
J >m FOR SALE
rpi<~< -
COR SIXTH AN'D PIKE. ' MAPI'S.
E. E. SQUIRES—4I r>*?er Hortoe Mild
'w Money loan- i for building p irp<••"»•>• .
Modern Iwafs and bu»ir - w i,r.*-k t?ow
wrafclf factory and warehous-e construc
tion.
LIBERAL ADVANCES on ra isM-*—
d ! amond« nrs.'. wsrran-s at low
rates. Uncle Joa Loan Off--*, •'■ • Second,
•9VW «M AS«ETfs-Mu?-:ai Bcnff.t Uf«
loana mor»#-v (fuU * or. ir« p
Aagai W. Young. IIS V." - **.- /lock-
e P«r S p#r and I'i p*-r ctcu
I. P Tlylor Sla'ual Li?.» f.uiM:- ?
STATE, COUNTY AND SCHOOL WAR
rant* and honii* h 'iirnt and <■.-' 1. Dorr
fc Co,, room A, Ka.iey buildin*.
TO LOAN fw». IT/-, or approved
< tty proMfrty Wrr, P. Harper, D«-it*r
Ifc»rton Biink busding
THE OHEfiON MORTGAGE COMPANY.
Ltd.—Robert J. Usher, Agecc, 4-.» Ba.iey
bulldlri*
THE THOMAS INVESTMENT CO..
Smith block; mortgage loans and frs In
surance.
HERBERT S UPPER make? loans on
farms and timber land. 12 S n uermau
block.
WARRANTS hought «n! sold. Wro. D.
Perkins dk Co.. 301 Sew York block, Se
attle.
JAMES B«>TH\YELI- loans and Insur
ance. 2S Bo*ton block; telephone. Mala
♦*>
TO IyOAN- ri.3*, at 9 p*r cent, Groli &
Damns, 10€ M i ltson street.
EDMUND BOWDEN. financial agent,
Horton liank buliding.
MONEY TO IX>AN. E. J. Merlnue. £»
Burko building.
COLLATERAL, BANK—Money loaned.
M 6 Cherry.
MONEY TO LOAN-F. J. Foster. Colo
nial block.
LOANS—Mrs. Patrick. 704 New York
block.
VALENTINE SCRIP for -ale. 32 Boston
block.
PERSONAL.
REASON WHY]
SAYS JONES. Can you Ml me how It is
that the Cow Butter Store man has such
a run* Of course. Why, man. he sells
the choicest lowa and Washington
creamery. 2 pounds for u>c. (Always
food weight remember.) Very nice fr»—h
uttMlne. Zse a roll. Ranch. 2-pound
rolls 4<V Listen; he sells pure kettle
rendered lard. 5-pound Pail. 4wc : 10-pound,
Tfx'. Also he hi.s the Baking
Powder. which is a leader or. them all;
I pound 10 ounces for 2uc. SatUtjed with
small profit. All cash. see. That's the
reason why. Cow Butter Score, lu
First avenue.
EASTERN LADY. & college educated,
one year abroad, cultivated home-maker,
now West, desires position as ieovemes#
and supervising housekeeper; highest
references; correspondence sought. H.,
Post-Intelligencer.
PROF. M, C. AKER will ojjen bis dancing
a. ademy Saturday afternoon at Morris
hall corner Ninth and Y<i«ier way. and
if will he conducted a a a strictly flrst
class school of physical development
RINO THE "O. K." BOX for messenger
and give him your classified advertls<-
meiit; the Post-Intelllgencer will pav
for messenger. Rates 1c a word, or
11.50 a lino a month.
SELF-MADE MAN Irreproachable char
acter. worth s#»».«#>, tired of hotel lif .■»,
will marry for domestic happiness.
Mercantile. 2«? E,ist Fifty-first street.
New York.
'J K I'D FILLED wlthoiif p.iln; plates, tIQ
p. r set; *x!ractlnir. i»V; full upp. r s t.
without a riN>r. J..i> ladv a-«!>;ant. Dr
Biker L>entlat. iS-U Sullivan building.
THE JUSTLY CELEBRATED hlgh- K rnde
Western Cottage organ* now oii>rf»d
cheaper than Inferior n<*k*M le sure
H-d «e them Hardin, -y»T I'ike atifet.
H VIRDB! iSSIN'S ->'intif- -ttirinjr l»h .»ch
iiir fluting ColormJ mmL Columbiii
anil Second avcuue. Room ■>
YOUNG MAN. holding good position,
wishes to ni"ft ladv; mutual enjoyment
Address I'e rr Greten. City.
SA< "RIFICF -Banjos, tuitar*. inandollns,
\ ioll:is. or. ins. i* ft over from Chriytmae.
W in. Martlus. Second.
\V. B. A.-^-Write me at once same al
dresa as last; also come as soon as p >s-
Hit<le. A.
.sTOYU. AND RANGE REPAIRS.
kinds 410 Yesler avenue.
SPANGEN'tERC. and >■ lis cutler*
■ ■ < i
ATTOH*F.%"S-AT-1,.%W.
FRED If PETERSON, attorney and
c >un>elor. Rooms I-.1 Olympic V<vk.
PRATT ft RIDDLE attorney. ,t ]. lw
R om~ '*•' dO-stl B.«!'*»y bn'ld'np
I't'TON ARTHUR * WHKELKR
R.<onn *' " Ni w Y >rk M-vlt
STK I'VE. AM.UN* RC9HBS ft >ri
Muk- ri Bat'ey hulldinr
ANDREW F BURLKTOR. attorney at
I i\v. O Burke hu'hßni:.
HI MPMRTKS HUMPHREY ft EDSEV
Occidents! WoHr.
\V T> 1 \MBT'T3I, S..«'!!•. Na:'«»nil Ba-k
bulldlne.
T H CANS- Bt Pioneer TM BUcfe liTK.
w r TTaYS <>e ti - \ fW York b!k
\t; I.«> A ROOT ' P. '! V. j;> < r ,g.
\* M\PTiMV Sff Ww v Moc*
AMI DKAWIXfik '
ADAMS t oiman b!cck Seattle soiicttor
of t*ntted States and Canad'an pa'nnta
Expert P»*ent off're draw
j^r p r"-
KOICATtO^AK.
n-ST IN" TIME ? > / in our targ»- *
w » ' s M • -rti B .%i: «s * ..
J. Phor •• M »l:i
FRENTII AND SPANISH p
Constant arJ A Bracons s;* Waahins
ton building First svenua.
LEO'S !"• SI NESS COLX4BQ E. OecMeatal
*n «ir %l.
rxrKuiKN-g".* rv.vi HKR of r^„ Mn !
I kinnoof' "55h a? Owr» %-• .
i owr» «••>, i,** 4 ?*!!**» W«t.
5 \K nt
w 1 <'•* ' r fwwr.y jn.tru-tw i;: 1Bo £
j— ~ ■
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ri OCI TIO\.
I Kt oCVT' ' x > jay <
I • ■.• '1 .. N • ,■• ;- *
*HT.
I Ml.s. lIsCOJIB Artlst I,CJ-:;| IB
*» 'vt - - «>•<•' ru, . . ..iti* painting. ~ Nuith
! iv*nu*.
JKMIK M Kt.LIOTT. «rV»:. r i; os
Hoc*
%Rt HlTri TV
I BKH.I.IXvJS it O>RNS# <Mat« *ixh i*vii
\\ ':a«i {.i-r'. Bark« bulMmc.
T .v • • \• ■ W y <j; '• . ' «' -' • .•»> r
D(% »at \\t» WUK KI R. '
A- u KLXMMIS Band pwwp< for s~.,i
Klir.tntf Km if- a«1 A
>nni: H i f intOKk
, ITOV R AN t> n\NG K KEPAiKi AJ
' kud* i~S> liiJTj SLTMi.
THE SEATTLE POST-INTELLIGENCER. SATURDAY; JANUARY 15, 189«.
mm-Mi fins.
K I.OTfMKE—INFOR WATIO*.
THE YUKON THAWXR Is a thawer that
thaws.
Tr<- 1 -A- a Thawer Is fired with wood,
t.-a oa!> ofeTai sable fuel m Alaska.
TV* Y«kia Thaw- r is liffht ar?d e«cjr
hanJied.
Th#» Takoc Th»wr require* hot Btfte at-
can b* tlovednK waue
taaws the ground.
Th? Yukon T'hwt *!t ws all the biiza
and i.edt to the ground.
Th« Yukon Tb.iw.-r xik«i wjuar*
iiiCiHs of around red-hot at on® t.ni&—
and per«-tra;*s.
T; •* Yukon Thawer can b« taken apart,
a.-.d but apace in packing.
1. » Yuk-->n Th»w*r M jnufa.-turJ*
pany, M tin OX.(v ?*. Trad«iman • buua
irar Pstt>bur*, 1' • ; General »-9t«rn
Airenoy. rooms 74-75 Starr-Boyd bui-u-ng,
Wa«n.
FREIGHT AND PASSAGE TO ST. Ml
chael and Dawson City; knocked
d *a t»c, its, etc., at reasonable
rat**; *pe<-ja] factlitiea will contract
w th part'.e* to taKe freight and paaa? n
g'-ns to St. Michael; tirst
w;«l leave Seattle about April Ist, to giv®
partie* a f.hanc® to build river boats t>"-
fore Yukon up. For fre*gnt a..i
parage see T. H Dempsey. agent ana
v-.«f! broker. &J6-7-8 Seattle National
Bank building. ____
Tilt: BUREAU OF INFORMATION,
Alaska chamber of Commerce, o„ Ju
neau, Alaska, has established i
headquarters- In Seattle. at the noiei
Northern; Mr: Frank E. Howard. g*n
eral maiviger, and Mr, Asa Gardner, as
sistant, are our only duly aumorizea
agents. For Information pertaining to
Alaska and the Yukon country, call upon
them i" rsonailv or address. Your letter*
*■lll im promptly answered. .
• FOR COPPER RIVER DIRECT."
Fare. pju, including \ of a ton freight fr**-
Schooner Lixzie Colby will sail from Se
attle on or about January 25th, IW*. car
rying passenger* and freight, Passen
gers and cargo landed at Port Frtman
tle (without transfer), the nearest point
accessible to the Copper river. Reserva
tion* must be made at once, La Conner
Trading & Transportation Co.
Central wharf, Seattle.
CANADIAN DUTIES—If you are going to
locate in Klondike or pass through to
Alaska under the bonded privilege, vou
can have your custom house papers pre
pared before you leave here; those wno
have papers ready for passing the cus
toms will not be delayed, while those
who have not must wait the conven
ience of the officers. Call on A. F. Engle
hardt, Canadian custom house broker, 44
Coiman building.
ALASEA FREIGHT—A large prospect
ing outfit having their own ocean vessel
and Yukon river steamers will leave Se
attle for St. Michael and Daw>on on
May 1, ISJB, and have about tons
freight space for sale, delivery of freight
at &t. Michael or Dawson guaranteed.
For rates apply to F. C. Bell, room 4.
Olympic block, Seattle. References,
First National bank, Seattle.
ANDERSON S NEW llthOßraphed map of
Alaska and Northwest territory; latest
(December, 1W), tvst and most complete,
S6c map upper Yukon. 71>c; .nap. routes
to Klondike region. 50c. postage free. O.
P, Anderson Map and Blue Print Com
pany, Occidental block. Seattle.
LATEST Kiondike guide (December, I>3T);
first complete rouie and mining guide;
only one containing charts of White
Horse and other dangerous rapids; &oc.
Humes. Lysons & Saiiee, publishers.
Wash.
THE "BUCK" is a six-pound. $35. full
k>yboard typewriter; Just the thing for
Alaska. See ad. typewriters, or call at
2-.1 Bailey building.
READ ADVERTISEMENT of LaMunt's
Crystallised Eggs ai top of pago 6.
KLONDIKE—WA.\T9.
PARENTS GOING TO KLONDIKE ran
do nothing better for their son» and
daughter? than to leave them at Vaehop
College while their home is broken up.
Bpeotal care given to boys under 1»> years.
Number limited to 14. Catalogue and
other information by addreasinv Presi
dent A. C. Jones. Ph. D., Burton. Wash.
NEW A LAS K A MAP, showing IWtW.
lithographed. t colors, cloth cover. 50c:
pHfwr. 'J<c: also our "Guide to Yukon
Gold Fields." Illustrated, the most au
thentic, Kc; with above map. 50c. Low
man & Harford Co., Publishers Alaskan
literature, Seattle.
I HAVE control of an ocean steamer
built for the Alaska trade; party who
will furnish $3,000 can "emre an Inter
< «st. or ,i murantee to double his m< ney
in «!gh? months: fullest Investigation al
lo«M B. A. Cornell, room 5-' Safe De
posit building.
WANTED Twelve men to Join company
now organizing to bull I steamer for
prospecting in Alaska: about f&>o. Ad
dress y. X Poat-Inteiliirencer.
in*AD \DVERTISEMENT of LaMonts
Crystallized Esgs at top of pa>to 6
K I U*n»KE—t II t\CE:».
F«>U SALE Have one of the Mnnnok
<tain:* ieft. and must be gold with n the
it. Xt ?•■••v d.iv~; we giv»> bord for >'■ Mverv
:«*••! t::it> a' otise; price IL'.OU). ill
Washington building.
FOR SALE Lumber yard In Alaska dob*
good bu*lnes«; profitable Investment for
w . und *«rds the t>u*sn--.v. Ad
.«*»••** Kmtv Lumber >'o, Seattle.
COPPER RIVER We are orsanlzlnr a
party for Cm -r rtver dletrfefj fare, 'sr.o;
room for i few trnrr Looil A. Rexfurd
,v C > . MS R i'ley block.
WE b.sve New York c ~.n-"t on<= and m
hand!, v, :r Alaska m'rlmr properties.
! A RexJ rd »v Co., 613 Bailey bulldln*.
T 1. Ma!;- 435.
N« t S« >RE c r froten feet If you u«*e Har.-
nVs in''>''pti lout powder. 335 Burke
j bulldtne
RE M' \DVEHTISEMENT o? LaMom's
Cn «t (UiZ'-d Egus at top of pag 6.
{-• ■■ —: —saS
KI O\ll!Ki:-\ I>!»ELS.
COPTER RIVi"R --Fare. f.V. In -bidtrtg ser
j \ 4-. .if xj-rl-ri 'ed g ::de I*> nv'les In
land. brticantl ►' Bi.<k»!ev will -at* from
i Seattle Kebrua? Ist tor P. rt \ .aid -
j i v iV-fiwile Parkins Co.. (4 S.iU;v..n
bidldlr.sr. or c E. Thurston &. Co., l- j
Cherry sit et.
K* S S* " I **;
length, 4 n fe«-t; width >'• fe*t over «li.
. >, •« 'cth *■ feet, width feet;
d- 4 f»* • Address N D. liardy,
( A~.»i '. Port Town-end. Wi»>»h,
C- LDIR HP- "R --New, st.-. .• *> jr..'. -rl
- fort able lu-h.w.er I_» .;ei ir.tve* for port
V.s'd»"a <U>'.t E< »rt • at'- »<h: tea>lf
| rate* Awi; to C. M ThuUnd. l'T Suiii
\.*:i building.
■ \ SSELB. large and small, for r
-1 c. ar?*r Do you »»t t fretsht shipped to
K -ud.K ? S-e IVmpsey »•«.,
;• ••-:-> Seattle National Bank building.
I\'H < \LK A good st^m-whe* 1 ! steamer
lapud tor Yukon or St:cg«-«-n r;ver
w. k. F f caii «; : u cf
! >■•
V ESS El S t-r Alaska trade. Sale or Qhar*
t- r Tracy H. K. 'oert.-on, Sul.l*»ii
I
»R SALE—Schcv »r M>r- T? f#*t 'org;
v*ar» . ..i «.-wner at S:-oq ia;.Tj!# hotel"
: READ ADVERTISEMENT of Ldbu't
7>d I'v.s at top of pases.
I "OH > II.E-STE *MEHS.
STEAMSHIPS FOR Kl> n DlKK'—a s—
le.-tioa ci »:eau.for #u»-
a ;« to r'.n t*t» eii Seattle at.d Ala-ka.
Sttitn Vl*sm imT S tCDU'.-i H a.tli-rJ,
tS Broad «tr«.N»* York.
V'H S.xLE—Screw stramrr Rfs-. r »«.
2: S* gr l.v- ton*: in «tc-.-d runals « jr
dvr Jc n Bay Center. \\
, Fv »H SALE - Fir>*-olH*s thre^-'n»»».r c ,«
: ...j wtt-r tor. l . Address i'.. lj. t
i .t-.111 ..lgeacer.
■ READ ADVERTTSEMENT of UMost'l
• V. . j i-aSS tOj, wi iVjji S»
KIOMMK E—* I*CELL A VEOt <*.
ALASKA SHIPPING NOTICE.
Low ra - »s to Dyea and Skaguay on
hor.s*-*, hay. h: rr.be*, d'>g* merchandise,
cte. A:*O i: W passenger rates to any and
all points.
Apply to IX O'D. ROS3A. Secretary of
the J H. "Woo.ery Shipping Co.,
cif r s* 're, Teller way, Seattle.
HEADQUARTERS AT DTE A for furni
ture. carpets, "roves, wall paper, etc.,
manufacture woven wire top and spring
an kinds, and sell a mattress
for fl 30. which costs you. 12.75 to brin*
from Seattle; s tires for oa!« or rent. Jr.
W. Hart, undertaker. Dyea. Alaska,
SLEDS- and toboggans of all descriptions
frr mar and l«ea*" manufactured by
Pacific «'i, n Co.. Third avenue south
and Lane street, opposite N. P. freight
dtrpot.
DOGS suitable for Ala-dca for sale.
Trained and untrained. Apply : o or ad
dress Seattle-Yukon Dog Co., 903 West
ern avenue.
FOR SALE—Trained dogs for the A!a.«ka
trade. Alaska Dog Company, opposite
N P. R. R. freight depot, near utock
yartfa.
KLONDIKE DOO FOOD-Drf-d salmon:
beet in market. Chiopeck Broa. Yesler
dod.
READ ADVERTISEMENT of LaMonfs
Crystallised Eggs at top of page 6.
KL.OX D 1 K.JE3—OITFIT9.
COFFIN BROS., a* 210 Occidental avenje,
have opened a iar*e outlining store; th*y
keep everything needed by miners, via;
Groceries, hardware, clothing, tents,
sleds shoes, gvsn boots, hats, firearms,
quicksilver, grain: aiao are agents for the
Yakima Woolen Mills, and guarantee the
low est prices in the city.
THE ARCTIC ROLL FI R CAP; 8 caps in
one; designed by C. T. Werceeke, thu
Yukon fur cap. designed by native*,
manufactured by C. T. Wernecke, Co
lumbia dock, Seattle Wash. Sent by mail
to any address oft receipt of $3 00 /or th*»
former, s3.ou far the Yukon, with postage,
10r.
F. BHUTE & CO., 1010 Second avenue,
opposite Rialto. Complete mining out
fits furnished; lowest prices; high-grade
goods; estimates given; special to
parties ot ten or over.
KLONDIKE Special Acme folding canvas
boat; officially adopted by Northwest
mounted police for use on the Yukon riv
er. Piper 6l Taft, Agents, 1021 Second av
enue.
NANSEN'S ARCTIC STOVE Great
est thing out. At Mosquito Proof Tent
Co., opposite P.-I. office, Seattle.
GAS ENGINES for Klondike or any other
place; stationary or marine. Geo. Sintz,
1307 Western avenue.
READ ADVERTISEMENT of La Mint's
Crystallized Eggs at top of page t:.
KLONDIKE—TRANSPORTATION.
FOR SALE—Four tickets to Copper river
cheap. Address X., care Posi-inulligen
cer.
ALASKA GllllE.
L. L. BALES, hunter, guide and explorer
will guide cr furnish guides for parties
to Copper river country, the Alaska pen
insula, Yukon or its trioutaries; also ffrst
ciass practical frontiersmen furnished
for parties on grubstake lay; the b. st of
references given. P. O, Box 133. Seattle.
Wash., or TOS-TDS Seoonol avenue.
IXSIRASCE.
ATLAS ASSURANCE COMPANY.' Of
London—Organized 1898. Ast«ets, fIO.OAO
t*». Fire losses promptly adjusted. Ed
mund Bowdcu. agent. Horton Bank build
lng.
CHARLES WATSON, insurance, 803 New
York building. Telephone, Main 408.
BURNS & ATKINSON, general insurance.
11 Boston block.
GOODWIN. RASER & FISKEN. Insur
ance. Haller block.
WATERHOUSE A BEACH, Insurance"
A. Colman building.
HANFORD & STEWART. Insurance. 207
Pioneer building. .
CALHOUN & CO., general insurance.
Olympic block.
CRAWFORD, CONOVER & CO., New
York block.
MIXES A\D MlM\(i STOCK.
I MINING SHARES CI. o[ itra."^"cheapl
grt'H'. Christian. Roxwell block.
"45 CONSOLIDATED" stevk. Ferguson,
«-h'rry street.
ASS IYI-1R \M» CHEMIST.
A. L J< >HN9« >N I* • - Ilf 1 l«r « 1y

FLORISTS AM) SEEDSMEX.
BEST STOCK cf . ho< « ros* bushes at
M time's seed stole, yp> Second avtnue
i near Madison.
n
B
NKROIAIT I Vll.olts.
TAN' N MEUCH \NT T aTlofC liTi
First * venue. Jme imported roods.
S"it" made to order.
CHOY CHUNG CO 1413 S-eo n j. between
. Pk* snd 1 n;on I - r'd-jf-^y
BOOK BIXDISG.
Yk fcl LEAD ttie printing procession, ruiQ
i .ng prospectuses and stock certincates a
specialty* Metropolitan Printing and
Bind n« Company. Dexter Horton Baak
buiidixig. Seattle.
i REMOVAL— F Anthony, bookbinder, re
moved to Boston ok, opposite postof
tice. Rooms 39. 4>, 4. 42, and wouid be
j.leased to see has o.u and new customers
a« bor-tof.•?!"*.
TYPE wn ITERS.
| TV I'k. W —i ry m* nrw baTT- ue*r
ir.* new model Ca'sraph or
tew No. 4 s t, before purchasing a :>>•-
writ* r. S#atti<» Exchaacai
«» First ivenu*. I'hone Mala 33a.
! ,»
i TVPMWKITKRS 1 •» Br-ken«<«»rf<>-
' f--r*writer Is fu!; k. '■ <■ A ;j
I a.tvantssv* of t •> ~r i-h;n»s an i
«* r» otnfT.». i r .••*• J-V «'«. ir> 1 »*e It.
n\ i no isd rti una
KA.V FRANCIS CO PYE WORKS. C2O ft«w
ond. T»-i*oh«rs«. R»1 I.MS.
I aTL\S r»\ F WORKS, P<»s:ofi!ee a;-y.
'
TI HKIMI BITHI
* Tt'KKIPH a"! i b 1 • v «: two hot
r*>-rr.«: cr*n *;i r. Nt: goo.l ste€pir.n
| r ,-.,nr« V?
MISCELL iKCOI L
A. f RANDALL A- CO. carr>«n'.»r».
jobbers. *.AiiRK: i.'r«x window* and
dears Telepooae. Ore*a f44. 2.V Spring
■twt
Mi.N* AID HOI SK \t \IBERI
AIVMYNVM AND K.NAMF.L LETTERS
,r.3 • ?>r s!gr.- Ati souse nunuwr*.
4* 4 Vyi>r WAV.
IMHKKM. V REPAIRING.
: LMIvS.EI.LAS il-- r«n »<rrr'i
.<• .1 r«>p*.r•■••?. E- r.l rapairtns. Co-
-
I'HOTtMiR ll'llir «l PPLIE3L
• C. W PAKkER A CO.. free*) nsj
plates. cv«ry;b:njr u*ed !r. pf-.uicerapby.
First *v*£~a «&4 Cberry »u**C.
PHYSICIANS A\D MRC.F.O^9.
I* 'V~TEIT> ADRTEN MON :>L>7of « * F j
u..y of Motile • « of Fan* phr-
Kt;an «a 4 r.rreon. CS RA'iey butWtnc.
T-iephoee. Main 43* Residence. i>ll 0«r
--"•QteenUs »T«tni«. Ratraer A
DR. FLEISCHER—Specialty. surgery,
genito-urinary ai d >3U'e osmwm uf
f * WaafalEfton block. T« Firs: avenue.
Sea'*!».
1.--.. Mix.t.s rerr-ved to IT? Baii-r bu d
«!*• Black !!*L Rsidenee fIS Pike
«f«t; But? CI.
CALHOUN. Starr-Boyd Mock. Tele
phone, Main SSI.
DR. RAjL\H K JNDALL, H>?vrke block.
Telephone. Grrer. m.
DR \ ESER. Wx?hingon block. T-le
t>non». Red *l.
DR. ANNIE RUSSELL. 3S Roiwell build
- r
DENTIST"*.
G. G GRIFFIN—< .T;ce «t re*id«»r:•+,
_• Tsv',>r tv» *. j«- N:rth Sear tie. T.-.Ke
;_®dar «*-<er car. Most r-asonable prices.
Tel Lake *>!.
DR. H. F* SMITH. 11. 1* IS und 14 H'nrk
'*7 T*»!erhone, Main 3jS; mb lence.
M iin S7.
DR C. L NELSON— Residence Il'l TVrl
avenue; offu-e Collins block. Tel Red 1.341.
R B. GENTLE. D. D. S -Room* -X»l-«l
Bailey building. Telephone, Main Si">.
JOHN D. WHITE. D D. P.. r-ers
Bark# buildirg. Telephone, Red 14*18.
ALBERT J. FORREST, Safs Deposit
building. Front street.
GEARGE E. THOMPSON. D. D. 3„
Burke block.
ALB IN * SMITH—TeL B'.ack 1.1 JS. Sul
livan block.
D I. KURKHART, D. D. S. Third and
James.
C \ hoi.mes d r» s Coimsn b
Ol I LIHls AMI Af Rl<*T*.
DR. A. B. KIBBE, ocaaarist and
physician for dla- i.«es of th* throat: re
moved to room* Bailey building,
corner Second and Cherry streets.
DR STILLSON. eye. ear nose and throat;
removed to No. S Hinckley.
DR. WHITE, eye and ear. Pioneer hide.
$
CMaorowm
HANNA. expert chiropodist. Farlors re
moved to Burke bulldir.g. r-'ceptiou room
336. All competitors challenged.
MRS. DR. NET A ERIN'DAUE-Corns
cured: new method and manicure. SIS
First avenue.
CLAIRVOYANTS.
SPIRITUAL INSTITUTE Healing,
teaching and developing for mediamsafp.
I)r. Cnesi.ro, manager; Mr*. OV»ibro.
seer. Spiritual and business readings dai
lv. Public circles Mon., Thur . * p. m.
Room 122 Seattle Nat. Bank building.
MRS. E. EMMETT. the Soutn African me
dium. in her wonderful clairvoyant t?i*ht.
rev«.als past, present and future; 00:1-
.K'ilt her: readings. 00c. Rooms' 22 and 1%
811 Second avenue.
MISS PERRY, 19 ErOer block. s l3 Becond.
second floor; grf>!:~st known ard and
planet reader; palmistry; if in trouble do
not fail to see her; your fortune for U.
PLEASE CALL and see the wonderful
clairvoyant. Mr re. Francisco, 1116 Second
avenue, near Pike.
MADAM ESPERANZA. clairvoyant life
reader, business advice. Kennebec block.
603 Y'esler way, room L
MME. OZARIO —Clairvoyant card reader.
Gentlemen, Jl, ladies 3ue. 905 First ave
nue. room 29.
MRS SWAN. SOT Second; baths; rheuma
tism and nervousn. .<*> cured.
FLORANCE MARVIN tells where to lo
cate. fill First.
Ml<-S A WATKINS. 421 Pike. Room 1.
PALMISTRY.
S( >T K D SCIENTIFIC I"AI. MI ST.
Elliott, of Boston. w:;o can be Seen on all
affairs of r» veals the past ard prog
nosticates the future by the "t« '1 taie"
hands. The madam* is a palmist exclu
sively. and has devoted 30 years to the
m-lenee of hand reading. Ci'.* K-'r*t ave
nue. foot of Cherry street ard over Kline
& Ro*enterg'a clothing stare. Take ele
vator.
ESGKEERS AXD CONTRACTORS.
6AN FRANCISCO BRIDGE COMPAN*.
engineers and contractors; bridge build
ing. dredging, barbor improvements and
aeneral contracting. Char led street and
First avenue south.
SEATTLE BRIDGE COMPANY, builders
cf bridges tor railroads end highways;
file driving trestle ar.d wharf building.
13 Seattle National Btnk building.
lIIiSSHXiKK SERVICE.
RING THE "O. K." BOX lor messengers.
Western Union and Grvat Northern tals*
grams. barks, gurneys, and express
oagons; Quick service. Telephone. Mala
160 €ll Second. Branch Pacific Laua-
TICKET BROKERS.
RAILWAY AND STEAMSHIP TICKETS
—Tickets to ar.d from ail part 3 of the
worid at reduced rate*; special rates to
all Eastern and European points. C. K.
Thurston lf9 Cherry street.
I'LATIMi, UlIfE A*D IKOJI WORKS.
PACIFIC RAILIN -i AND PLAXINU
Woiks. 11l "-"n't—
IIOVI lIITI.DF.RS.
P. G COPP. bo.it builder. Yesler wharf.
lIT V NOTICES.
THE CITY S E.VTi" LEr—C iT Y TREA3-
urer's Notice.
Not'ce i* hereby given 'hit the wmna
ST"-; i.ii instaiimert of local improvement
district N . 113. for the improvement vt
\ srd at«d Harvard Streets, in the City of
SiMtUe, from Denot Street t • M< re< r
S:ree; tor SU!.I Street). under the provi
sions of .r.linanee No. jyjT. which provides
for the Improvement of said Street by con
strurtmg a pipe *mr f proper dimension?
along said streets between said points to
gether wit:; a'<! necessary openings, w> ?.
manhole*. lamphok-*. ventilators, flush
ing tanks and <ai b-basins ar.d by con
necting the same with the main intercept
ing sewer row existing at the Intersection
c*« Vsiiard Str *'t ar.d V--, t Street, ar. I
providing for the r.iyrr - r.t th»refor In In
stallments and establishing a fund for such
payment by 'be levying and collection of
sv- iai assignments upon the property ben
efited by tne imnrov ment. and providing
'■ir th ■it - ' »n- e ■ bonds a< uuf »r:x« Ijy
an act of the legislature of the .-t;.*te of
Washington, approved March 9th. KM,
a* i under t: ® ! ruvjiioM «»f ordiaan * N->.
;i ♦). a- proved May Tib. I 1 l. as amerl
by ordinance No. Ml). npnHl July 11th.
l k M. has be«-n duly certified to rre f ■" col
lection. sr. 1 the T*----- tive *'.iriv* therein
otiarged and levied against each parcel and
lot of ar.d. and part thereof, in said dis
trict. «n payment of such installments re
mains unpaid, ar.d the same. In luding the
Interest on r he whole amount charged.
tr.uat be pa'd on or before 'he lfth day of
February. iw T*r>! «s payment b* tn »d«
on such" in*'.illme> * on or »•' >re th<» v-th
d.iv of February. the same »ba!l be
come delinquent and shall bear in'erest at
the ra*e of i p*r cent, r-r annum until
pa 1. and if not paid before s »id time a
cf 've fKt p»r V *r - '•» ad '
and t - e - ims» delinquent shall be entered cn
the uuml tax rcH for the rutul >• ir
against each lot and parcel of land, and
Bart thereof. so delinquent, and with
lirerest and penalty »h*.ll be col>ct-d as
.v • -■■ \ ■ r-.g-t --r w• h - : i d" '.nr.ai
c v ..irg» « -•? t'tßn'*:". as are • :t;:pr.aed to be
. ;. irgfd -'"id r • ted on ot.-.er delinquent
tax>'t«. and fin »t or parcel of land n
delinquent shall be sold f r toe arr. Mint of
• . with Interest, penalty and
c£><s. :a ti,v n. if-r-r ?irov; ied b»* law
GEO HIE F MKAOHAM,
"*': v Tr i ejrer of tb» 'Tty of iv attie.
r lie fir.-: p. .. ation. January 10th.
IS9&.
IMP' TM ED ST»>TK N« TI E—Tee f01...»
...» jr . --T '.-d h:.r--' i. • ed in tne citv
i.ou i. j •-•-if}' 1 I?-" * !1 be sold at
;.u- 4 i t.or. to the h'ghest t. ddcr for
as a bar 1 to p-i '.* cost of Impounding
and aavortlatas. January J5, 1&&, at 13
o cl- ;k a. ffl., at the frorit door of po. '.e
Iq. -t-.-s. corner Third avenue ar.d
Ye>s.<-r way;
f'j.e * trti horse, white strife down lace,
3 y«-ars old.
T: » cwnee ft »> ove described htrsa
be.* g unknown to m--.
C. S RE HP. Chief pf Vote.
4Mb %
CITY lOTICKH
Rr< " * ""HON' NO IT* —Fe it rt«o!vt4 hv
■' * ■""T Ccon-nl vi ate C;:y of Seat'■■• •»*
<: "T*at tt »5 t v * cf the o :, y
of S- i::I ;> improve Tv *'rd A- e
fl'j* SvUth from Norman Street o T* -l«r
Way by the .-or: struct: :-a of «" ir.-"-t n•>
pipe *• wrr through said p rOon >f '•
«rftt w'th a'.i ceo-ss&ry wvw, 'j>er.inj*,
manhok-s>. iamplvies. veat'la* -rs a"d cat i
tasirta. Sa;d yewcr to t - Kwrtr: iy <2i>-
:'r irs* t: "-™i s w ■M?'; tv \ atfali tr> ba
c.:nstru-~.-»d by the C.ty of S- itt.-» ■' r:
i I Korau Oil ml to tin ontMl of t K .e
Walla Wa!!a s»>"W"?r in ISre" ty-f **t aveaua.
That the *ost thereof.' «v* ex
e- cost of s&td tenßjK»r;->ry itfal*.
b- r> '• by *»~?«.*taen:.s to be .rv ■■! •on
tlae property a tatting upon a* d rt on f
Mid Twenty-third Avfoua under the p'-in
of 'lmmediate Pavm.r.t" la th* ctaacer
provided by the Charter and Ordi a aces
of the City of Seattle. The c-s* and «•
» 'r.«e of sa'd outfall to S» bursa by tho
General Fund.
T'tat the City Ertijir.eer be "r- "ted
to funtlsh to the Ctty Council an eatlava*
of the ,v«t of Mid and of
saM oat fall.
M» T st the matter of msk'ai? xi'.A !m
--provement w;l b" w 1 ; ierrd the Citv
CiiUßi-il at a f-»«<«Jon thereof to be held n
the reveath dav of February. *<&* at S
i- p nt, whi-'h time" aU ners rs
to be b»-»ard ap-tn the matter of
«.»fcr< said Smproverr<r.t. before t'ie City
Coar- Si are notified to be present.
f'a>wd t v, <» C.ty
January. IN-s and stirned bv r: .* in >pen
5--«; n in authentication f !t»
th.3 ivth day of Jar rarv, ISt#.
< <Ku. V. RAYMOND
Pre«iil<»nt Pro T«-m. t th- City C 'unrl!
Filed by ma ti.is ' -h d.»v of January
>:« v WILL 1L PARRY
City Comptro'ler A Kx- City <"lerk
wt> of first pabli January 13 '•*-
i,K<. \L, SOTICEI.
IN THE SEPERIOR COURT OF THE
State of Washing: n, tot King County.
Prolate Depart In tie matter or
the estate of Abate A. Ba:Uargec>n, de
c«-j«nl. No. X.TSU Notice to Creditors.
Notice is hereby given by the under
signed, administrator of the estate or A>
bie A. Baiilargeon. deceased, to the cred
itors of. and a.l person* having claims
against the said dece.f- d. to exh"it th- rn
with the n.P«»nry vouer.ers, within one
>ear tiler :h* a rat pu:>Hu*: >a of thin no
tice. to-wit: January Stb. !>;♦<, to the said
administrator :t Patterson & Ea-ly's Li*
office, roms <>IS and 614 New York M. k.
in the City of Seattle, County and Stare
aforesaid, the same being tne placi l for the
transaction of the IwUuss of the sa.d
estate.
JOSEPH A. BAII.LARGEON.
Administrator of the !>tate of A. :>:e A.
P-aillargeon. deceased.
Fir«* ouolfcatlon. January "th
BA.IKS.
DEXTER HORTON A CO. BANKERi
Incorporated I*7.
Capital J?"* irt#
Burpms UU.OQt
President A. A. Denny
Vies President W M. Ladd
Manager N. H. T.attmer
Cashier F R. Van Ttivl
Sight exchange and telegraphic trans
fers on New York. Chicago. St Paul. San
Francisco. Portland ami virious points :a
Oregon and British Columbia.
Sight blHs of exchange on London avail*
able elsewhere in Europe
Collections made at all point* oa favor
able terms.
Bonds, etoek* and other valuables re
ceived on deposit for safe k»eping.
NATIONAL BANK OP COMMERCE.
Paid-up vapital *300.000
Transacts ■» general banking businsaa.
M. D. Ballard President
H. C. Henry Vice President
R. R. Speucer Caanier
Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent.
PEOPLE'S SAVINGS BANK.
Occidental block, Seattle. Wash.
Capital tI'W.TO
-OFFICERS AND TRU6TEEB
- Furtb President
Arthur A. Denny Vice President
Jor.n Leary Second Vice President
James R. Hayden. Manager. Ca-sh'r. Sec y
Frank I. Biodg»-tt A.-dstant ("ashler
Stgmund Schwabacher John Colllna.
K C. Neufelder. J. T. Oreenleaf.
Transacts a sav.ngs bank business ex
clustvely.
Deposits received from fl to 110,000.
Interest allowed per annum: six per
cent, on term deposit*: 4 per cent, on or
dinary deposits.
Dividends declared last days of Mkt and
November. Tx>ans made cn real estate or
approved collaterals only.
THE PUGET SOUND NATIONAL
BANK. OF SEATTLE.
Capital stock paid In
Sorplua K.A*
Jacob Fur:h President
K. C. Neufelder Vic® President
R. V. Ankeny Casaler
Correspondence in all the principal citlea
In the United States and Europe.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
SEATTLE.
eld-up capital fISO-.*o
rplu* lSo.m
Maurice McMlcken Pre«i<?ent
J. H. McGraw Vice Pr«*Ment
Le«ter Turner ra«hier
General banking business transacted
Bight and telegraphic exchange payable
In all the principal cities of the United
6:ates and Europe.
Letter® of credit furnished en Alack*,
pavable at all trading poets of the N. A. T.
* T r n
STEAMERS.
PACIFIC COAST STEAMSHIP CO.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
The con;pr»*-y*B el-'.rnnt «:cirncrs CITY
OF PT'EHI.A. WAI-LA WALI.A an I
UMATILLA !»avc SEATTLE, via l'-rt
nrd \'!»'tor :< J!. C., at H i. m.
.1 i. 4, St. 14 19. 24 '3- Feb. i. S. 13. is. -O.
Mar. i, to. : 2:. b
L- av* ft SAN FRAN'.'ISro for S' a-tle, via
Vict.-la HT;<l P-rt Town«r.d. at 9 a. m.
Jat. 5, e. 13. IS, if, 31: F<.u. .% 1 . 13, 3D,
2:; Mar. 2, 7, J? 17. 27
FOR M.ASKA.
T v « steimei-a O'Rf'VA CITY OF T r >-
PFKA AT. KT. COTTAGE CITY. VIC
TORIAN QUEEN ar.'l Cl'RA'.'AO lesive
SEATTLE at & a. m. Jin. K'. V ;■>.
>; r* i>. 4, 5, 14, l.\ 24; Mar. i, 6, 3, 11. 14, 21.
24 31.
Thf» cr-mrany reserves the r to
r'• ~sr» ti Thout previous notir e ste«(jner
dates and hours of «»illr»r. F' r
f srt: ■ r particulars procure cutnp-vjy 3
.1 F. P. S. Sui't.,
L> v-k Seattle.
T--ket A (''r t. ft* F?' -t Ave.
Go:<da'!, I't-rki: j A Co., Ger. Aets.. 3. p.
FOR ANA'"' »RTES. WHAT 'OM V VN
COI VEIt AND WAY PORTS.
The Elegant Si i • who'-! Steamer
OCEAN WAVE,
Clancy. Master.
WJil ?e*»ve Y*«' ; " w*evefy
Wrdr Saturday •' II p rr
f-«r Evre-t. Anft'-nrtee What
corr Vane* :*-er. pa .■=.«« r-e-rs
may go on heard and oeeupy rn>ma at 138
p. m Returning will leave Vtnenmr *%-
crv M rdiy and Friday »; ;i a m
e»earner ha* superior paji«--njrer ar.
c •mrr--' Sati
F r freight or p**-a*e app!y en bc.:i or
at Ye-ii'T wharf.
WASHINGTON STEAM NAV CO.
STRAITS STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
BTR3. GARLAND AND EVANGEL.
Sea**le sH Bay Rr-«j»«t
Steamer Garland leaves Ye-de- dock Sun
day* Tuesdays a I Thursday* at 11 ii
p m. for Per? Port Willtama
Duige"- *" Per* Anreiea. Port Cres**«ut
Gettysburg Pyaht, CUllam P.ay «nd
Bay returning arr'ves at Pfa:t!e J p. m
on
Yes er ilvk for Pert Towr«etsd Port An-
arsd Vtctorta M r r.dava Wednes<j*y<i
and Fridavs at « » F m : arrtres
*.-,e-na e days at p m Tel. Alnia 4%;
TACOMA. SEATTLE. VANCOUVER.
BTEA MER T7TOPIA
WI'S aal feom Co:man dock every Man
day and Thursday at < f m far Blaise
aiid Vancouver. Fare ;© B;a:ae, J_ AI.
Varrouver R3B
Teie&ayae M.'.n R
A- P. lIAXWEI.L Ag-nt.
Cvl.lMta
ITrtMKHS.
FLT OX THS "FLTER.**
SE\TTM: TO TACCMA.
Fear rou-J trtp* da v, San 3 a?.
In »b« noa« and ;» t -nty- •" > * Mtnutea.
THt. BIKW I -FLTER. "
Rec*~ a* d- iy uripA Seat tle-Ta coma
MUSt, * fol* **!
TAKING EFFECT T*"E?T»AT. MAT 1
TIME CARD
Leave Seattle —11:1 a a. m.: *:C. £ :S
**lxara
t#an a. as ; 15 m.t 5 p. m
L#av*» Tacoma—? 35 *. nvt 2:30 TtS" p. ra.
Lan«at Northern Ps>- "*c wharf. *t*a
(eni,""iir»J Commercial d*c*. foot of Ma
rSoa Seattle.
itMBKR Flyer ad Stits of
Washtnirtvn.
PtjoET3OUNT> * AT *«KA STEAMSHIP
rLU " coirr ANT.
Rorrm.
gteamfr city of K'-K*ton between 1"a
--foasa. Wa.«** ani V:ct-. r'a, B C.
fn-: t. -,v M 'Taco r,a :b Ar' 4
»:90am Lv! SS SEATTLE jS Ar 1:<6: :a
IWiT Lv '2 Ft. T w:.j»iiCd > Vr.IO 4-i a
t 4Jim Ar It.'* \1c:o- » i M.Lvi s..va:a
•D.*::v except Saturday.
This etfanaer fmiiKM flrrt iiiii acoom*
nodatloaa. rarr>: g . ow. *re'«ht ar <
: • ... t - 4 ft m Tffler wharf,
k attle. '• p V!.vor-». at i.- p. •»).. and for
Taoom* at 5-15 p. sa
Pa»*er|!rrs ' r »").ttoria can occupy
stateroom* until I i. a
For ra.ti. e* - -» *
O. F. T;tOnNT">TKS
\c*nt Vvr.er \V:..trf. St Alt'at
L A. NADEAIT.
U#nerii A*« nt. N. P. F!v\. B'«t'ia
ALASKA.
ALASKA COMMERCIAL S. S. CO.'S
STEAMSHIP FARALLON
W!H sail for
JTNEAU. SKAGUAY AND DYE A
Fehruarv 1. and every 15 days ?hereaf ? er.
Pa-sere-r ir>« ,re AI. As-
P?e for freign and stcv k.
For freight and pas-age a; p'y to
J. O. CARROLU Agent.
W>-->rr. i"j ■»» j( Union S\
Telephone, P'ke *3.
SEVTTLE & EVERY'TT NAVIGATION
COMPANY.
GO ON THE GREYHOUND,
SEATTLE. EVFHKT V AND EDMONDS
RuCTE.
Tmi Card—l> ,ve« S-att> 7a. m.. 12
m and sp. m leaves !.\crett 3.13 a. m.,
2.J0 p. m. and 7.15 p. m.
Three round trip" da !y. except Sunday.
Conne tion" At Ss. ittio w :;h the steamer
Fiver for Tacowa. At Bvtmt With the
s»tt"atn*r Mikado for Sno i>m -?». and w - t
t!v Everett a. Monte Or.>t.> railway for
Monte <"r sto and way .«-;atlons.
Coltnan l'o )<. >»>H*cle. Mf-n hauls' D
Fv »•' Telep hone. Saa't!e. R Ev
eiett, 03. E. B. SCOTT.
Manager.
6TR CTTT OF ABERDEEN
LEAVES FOR TACOMA AND OLYMPIC
AT 7 -»> \ M
DAILY. EXCEPT SUNDAY.
WASHING TON & ALASK A STEAM
SHIP en* STl' A MSHP
CITY OF SEATTLE
70 hours
SEATTLE to DYr\ SKAGHAY
This magnificent steel fcrew steamship
will <a ! from St.it'.". i<-!►;• .icn-k. for Ju
neau. Skaguay Bay, Dyta ai.-i way ports.
January 12th. i p. m.
Her accommodations are nnrtvsied. She
!s the fir, *t. fastest, ar 1 most comfort* Ke
ve»«el on this route. In connection with
above the ALASKA STEAMSHIP COM
PANY will operate their elegant and fast
tailing atearoshin
ROSALIE
From Seattle, YesJer do< k, January 17th.
at 7 o clock, for Juneau. Skaguay Bay.
Uv»a hth' way
jFor freight and passage sprlv to
C H. T STO f .TEN nERG.
Gen. ticket sgt.. under V. p. M. 5 t off., or
CHARLES F: PEABODY. Manager.
STR. MULTNOMAH ? T)
LEAVES FOR TAI'OMA AND OLTMPIA
AT 1 P. M
FARE BETWEEN SEATTLE AND TA
rnvA v> f ENTB
ROUND TRIP. 5 CENTS.
Tel.. Main 87 ..J-'TT TKVk. A*enL
CAPT. U WILLEY. Manager.
PORT ORCHARD \ND PORT WASH
INGI >N ROUTE.
STEAM Fit \. J.. Ru. W-iON.
Carrying U. h. Mali
On Port Or : i a Por Wa-lilng-.oa
TOU?f t' y •■' '• 't. foot of \{.i!n
street. 6.30 a. m.. call;njt a: B j
Hr •;»<■•' Url< k Tirdt HruMTtM, t A.
Navv Y >-•!. > ;-";« ston. Tr.i ■. u
Chlco. Si : ver,.i a'--. Leave* P-.rt < - •- s «
Nsvv Stat ton h. 5 r m : arrive Skat:;*
| r>. m E. H. RoMMOB. master. •. ,
Bowfl>u & Co.. ag tms. Tele jnoa*.
Main 87-
PORT ORCHARD ANO roRT WASH
INGTON ROUTE.
STEaM-.H M\ K Y K. I'ERLET
Leave* Galbraith d foo* cT Wa* ilng.
ton *»reet. f r tn «.*ove. \\-. ...
Bremerton. U. S. Drv T» ck. Ch. lrleaten'
Sidney Tracy ton, S.iv-. rdaie da: v. , x .
ceotlng F-' irdaj* ar.d lays. s r J.oe M#
jr. • Saturdays a. 2: >0 p rr S :n-i ~i , 4 t 5 •>
p. m. Returning !w#
h rr Drv Do k St'.* 1 i. m H.'u-.isy nlga;,*
leaves Sifverdale .':iv p. m.. L>iy D>x .l 7 ;»j
p m Telephone K» d 15L
WHATCOM, SEATTLE AND TACOMA
ROi. Tlv.
Take steamer PAY CITY far AR*i;artes.
Fair.haven or Whatcom. Leaves Commer
ci.ii dock. Taoma. 2 p m ; C! y dock
(foot of Main street). Seattle. S p. m . Tues .
Thurs. and Sa : _ Mviurn'rg ,V v
conie 8 p. cn-1 Fa.rtiaven. s >_p n.. a-, |
Anaccrt»s 1' r. m.. Sun. Wednes. ar, t
Fri. K*re«—St at'le 5'.. or I*. round t.-);,;
Tacoma H. 25, or |J round trip.
W. H. ELLIS.
HOOD CANAL ROUTE.
U. S MAIL.
STEAMER DLLTA
Leaves Galbrai.h
ton met. IteMan. Tburadara ar.d Sat
urdays a: '• o clock » m. f r Kingston.
Pert Gamble. Sea bee*. Brlnnon. Fioily.
L>*na~if. Lilli"**-•- ir« Fj.;-. Hoo:»sort auj
Union City He- :rr* a-■ j.vs,
D. TROUTMAN. Master.
Telenhone.
BARNESON & CHILCOTT.
6h!p and Steamship Ager. s. Freight and
Ch*r:ertr z Brokers.
Offlfea. Mutual Life Buying.
B'.ack W.
SAN JUAN ISLANDS.
BTEAMER LYDT A 'i if' 1.',: i'SON.
Carrying United S-at-s n .:. 'euve»*cs«jr
dock, foot of Main street, .Sunday
Tuesday gnd Thi:?- lav at 12 n'tU, g
r.igat tor Pet Towr -r.d <n Juan ♦* ar .ii
ar.d Ne»» What cm. I>s ,'n' / je*v«t»
N< w Wha'com Tu«-«d T • r- Uy a-. 1
Saturday, at 4a. rr. J K. T- -;:r>r ' nm
«cer ■<-» :,r,r. I. ly-B- wMu* .fr Cu.,
City dock T«:eoh',r.e, MUn S7.
PACIFIC NAVIGATION CO,
Fver*t* A Rou'e.
State of Wasiitnf -n kav«» r.c. • i« da!!y
excej..* >JI' 'i "Y a" ■) P. m.
Seattle. Evervtt ar.d le* Conner Route.
Steamer F» r 'f avea daily
ticrp; Saturday, at 13 p. no., cail .rg at E».
erett going north M nday, W*Or>c l*y
Friday. gotrs* aouta Tuesday, Tnuraday
ar.d Saturday.
tWW>—». Ma:n ~ Tester dork-
SKAGIT RIVER T;''>'*TE —Sre^mer <\- r
cf trhampe'.gn. klv I'rre eqtr<l
1.-'ave* fi-atJar. at '5
J«» U. at li t-'-'-i ■* t ■<. f. »r a -
nig'uV Leaves M V-,-rnor -.Ta-.. 12. at
5 a- mJar 11. at at : Jan. jr »• 7
a rr Callin* a'. T p. S'ium 1 i x
Sk r;t f *v. 51 1 4 **"• -n a 1 A.yn
For --a- -r. r and freight rat*a • .»
f •• I» -k T-->;• one Ma' j v.?, f.
• Ma:.ajttr. JI. u. 33,:l>ot*lL
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