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LICENCES TO WED.
Tit# following lirenaet to wad* vtera taned ye*ter
da* by County Auditor Kwmoii:
William W*l*h and Annie Emeram Smith
(IS). bf»th </f
»'hrU .Vf Ixihndorff (31 ) and Katie Warner (24),
both of Hewttle.
" MIRTHS.
COVEY February 13. at HmttU eo»a, to Mr. and
fj. K. Corey, a daughter.
DEATHS AMD WJIBRAW.
DKNW The funeral tenice* of Mn. O. O. Denny
win be held thta morning at H» o'ctoc-k from the
famib rtakteat*, 1108 rtetie<a afreet. W. H. O.
Temple, pastor.
MOM FORI* At 107 Marlon utreet. Seattle. Febru
ary IS, WOO. Henry W. Mumford. ajed about 15
yanr*
LAKE-At corner of Fonrth avenue and Main
atraet, February 3, 1900. Joe Lake, of
BEEI>K~At »U Yealer avmut. February 13, MO.
Oeotge K. Baeda, »i«d 50 year*.
The funeral will take pla • at 2 p. m. today from
tbr late reaideac*. 1011 Y« der way. Interment In
Lake View remetery.
DENNY The fnn«rtl of Mi«. Miacwla I-. D«nnr
will lata pl»<* »t It «. m. tud»> fiMu Ida UU
KMblrow. lIM Sow* rtrtct. Intcnaent in L«»«
View rrmetery.
WILLI AM HON The fimerat of Daniel R. William
son will take pl.v e at. 2 p m today fr«<» Banna*
A fctewart'a fmeral paitorx. Interment In ft A.
R. cemetery.
OLD A In Heat He. February 13. I*o. at Provide »»r«
h«mpltal. Da»id C OkW, late resident of Merer
idem I son of Mr and Mn, C. L. Old*; nati»e of
Mleeomt; age 11 yeara Canae of death, append!
ettl*.
Remain* ithlpped by Butterworth £ Son* to Mer
rer inland, where funeral sertftcaa will be held from
hi* late rwalden«e, at i - lb p u> t<«la). February li
. I i l.miiKKfl' NOi'irlC Trarelinf agenta are
J A M.ri'lUra. O B Latvia, t; I-ew4a Go war and
C BUnehard Cftt eollwriort ara R. T. Hawlajr,
John I> ibaehaa. F H Oohlka. C. II fltaffan and
Kobart Akin. r<ntmaat»r« •T«rywh«ra ara onr
aganta. Par asooay <mlf to tbaaa and te oor rayl
iant amenta ta tba etriotai rltlaa and lowni of tba
nrttiwaeV
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, AfIBNCIBS.
Tha Poat-lntalltcanrar ban e*t*bll«fcM braarh ifto
rt* *ba,a aUaalflari ,d»,rtl»mj»nU will be rseatved
•a# Hp.*. aarh dir. Th« rmtwi charged it th*
krwrb af«nrlM art tha an sa at Ika Poat-lataUl
faaiw bwIMM ofSoa. Cub ada nnijr will be taiaa
at hraarh agasulaa. rollowtnt la tka Hal o» ataaciaa:
Tarka larrlaglaa'a drag atara,
•eeaail avesaa sal Plka.
>rs*4aar Pharaaaer. I*. I. riahar,
Brveiwsr aad Jaaaaa.
Haste* Mil rbaraaer. Matflaaa
afreet m"4 Plflaaath atasaa,
Walla Walla Pkaraaer. Twaaty
•ret aad Baat Jafstaes.
Preakora'a Pkarasaap, Hlatk ate>
aaa aaath aa< Jaakaea,
SklrtleCe Drag Stare, Twweaty-
Iblrl atasaa aaatk aa< Jaakaos.
•akaslta' lhag Kara, liHM Hawaii,
earaar laraa.
Rank taattla Pkaraaaey. Battery
aad riret araaaa,
A. B. flay'e Pkaraaaey, Deaay way
aad Piftk araaaa sertk.
B. B. Costlaaa'e Pkaraaaay. Baaea
Aaaa staaaa aad Bay atraat.
BALLARD.
Preeton'e Pkarasaey, Ballard Bf>
aaaa,
BBBMONT.
Ptaaaat Drag Caaapaay, Uka
atraet aad Bwlag ataaaa.
Tho folk wing lon«r* a wan aavartlaora
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SOCIUTY KOIIIKI.
DANt'INO rlasaea far new beginners;
ftrlvate leaaona dally at Wlllaon • Dane
ng Academy, teaching ail tha very lat
eat ballroom and theatrical d»iuea; terms
loneat In cli\ fttVe and academy,
Ranke hall. Ptka st and Fifth art
i ephona, Oi een •11
AI.U ci)inra»i*'H are requested to meet at
(I A R hall Wednesday aftetnoon at
i ta »»'. i« M k Hha?p to atwud th» fum'fal
of Comrade r» It Wiutamwm, detaiaaeU.
iIItA.NH Valentine Rail, h\ A*tulla
la*»dg* Xo »» L> of II . at Range s
hall. Wednesday evening. Fehruarx 14.
Tickets % cents
I ul)«i|-; XuTli Kg.
KlltKkA N jIV | \ y \i -
Hpedal mmunlration thU i VYe>.|nr*da»»
• vening. «*t *«> clock, f-n work. VII Free
M.thvMis t «»rd4.iHy IvivlttHi to <*» present.
W ll « URK. \\ M
I 4.1. it HAKI.H. S»sret;tr>
IHIMUIHKM W4MII. - FKK4IK,
HOVSKKKKPKR would !ik»- p billon Jt".
\ ealer
MIC Ll* %% A VrKl»~> I M U.K.
\V ANTK!> t\>mv W" «v u
sat MJWU (O Oltl Uk- ■*.» C%
parttmnt Addle** n !n» \ i
ami Nliar) « Xptfted, ffn r Ikj\ .
8e at tie
WANTKi> <Jif 't w > :i -.. % » i
rami*}. ivo i-hliitrvn, |imkl *
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WANTISP Ot*\ g« % t»eal h » >ik
wag*a
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the nwmtm SK> Muyrwrd a\fnu«v
WANTKI* v . a: i. ,i-. um.ik
in| W ort|\ - i V«r
rROKITAiu.i: vikm.
near gllxth 1 ■
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lfl? S«M «v|nl a Vent!*
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huHdlnj:
\VANTK» A k tn ;
iJJS Madison
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AkWr
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wint« f>- < re?
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goncar
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Keener ten ve#r*' *"rlt'i> N i r** f
er«-nw*. Address 1> V « are P« \
nnerr
EMPLOYMENT WANTED MALE—
Contlnaed.
WANTED—By young man of ten years*
experience, position a* grocery clerk.
Add reus N 41. care Post-Intelligencer.
POSITION as grocery clerk, young man
of 10 years' experience. Address K 50,
care Fust-Intelligencer.
YOUNG Japanese boy wants to do house
work where he can go to school. Ad
_drews P. Q. Box 4i*B.
EMPLOYMENT WAHITED-SOLDIFRI.
YOUNO man wishes anv kind of work;
inside employment preferred. Address
B 1. care Post-Intelligencer.
HELP WANTED—MALE.
WANTED—Circular sawyer, $3.25; mill en
gineer, $2.25; knee bolter, $2.50; doublo
blocker, $4.30; city driver, $0 week, lumber
loader, $1.7.*., near city; track *>» i 93
railroad laborers, $2. farm hands and
teamsters, S3O clear; edgerman. $2.50; l.not
lawyers, $2.60; ship carpenters, $3.50 and
$4. skldder, s.l; city laundry driver, polish
er and marcher; government teamsters
and laborers, $2; hook tenders, $2, fallal
$2.75 and $3; buckers, $2.50; roadmen. $2.25;
country carpenters, fare paid; stickcrmeH.
$2.75; camp blacksmith; leg loader, $2-.">&
wood and bolt choppers. sl.lO cord, no pil
ing or burking and tools advanced; wood
turner; quarry men, $225; city teamster;
mill hands, piMfnesa chances; farms to
rent or sell on installments. Crane's. lu»i
Washington street.
WANTED—Men t«» loarn barber trade;
we have a grand offer special this mon h.
M 0 positions at $lO monthly open soon;
new Meld, eight we»ks term qualifies;
complete outnt of tools presented each
student; our graduates' success Increases
tb« demand for help, and they are
authorized to work in any state; ran
earn tuition working for us; illustrated
catalogue explaining our new Induce
ment mailed free. MoSer Barber Col
lege, San Francisco. Cal.
WANTED-A first-class dry goods sales
man, single, at once, Iri our Skagwav,
Alaska, store; apply In person. Hotel
Northern, best references required.
Kaufman Bros.
■A r.ESMEN to sell perfumes, toilet
soaps, etc.. to dealer*; 1100 monthly and
expenses; experience " unn- cea ary
Plurr.er Perfumery Co.. 8' Louta. Mo.
SALESMEN to sell office specialties; fine
side lines; iiKcd by all merchants: cata
logue free. Model Mfg. Co., Box 8,
South Bend, Ind.
WANTED— Oentlemen desiring comfort
able furnished rjoms at loweat rates.
The Florence. Madison
WANTED—Five first-class harnessmrrkers
at once. MnSorley & Henderson. as Oc
cldental avenue.
WANTED- Boy al American District Tel
egraph Company's offlr.-. 701 First ave.
A good real estate salesman at once.
Room "(.'it Pioneer Building.
CABT-OFK clothing bought. Dave Tay
lor, 10 Starr-Boyd
WANTED—Baker, second hand. 206 Oc-
Oriental avenue.
WANTED-Pastry cook, good wages. Ap
_ply 1200 Marlon
WANTED -Boy and girl for bindery. 211
_Jackson street
NICEI.Y furnished rooms, with board. 810
Third avenue.
BOY wanted at *O.l Second avenue.
HEI.P W 4HTKD—MAI.K A*H FKM \ I.K
SHORTHAND by mull; positions wait
ing: proficiency- demanded. School of
JPhonojraphjj^^SJJßosUmbl^
HKI.P WAITRH-Alil'.llT!<. SOLKIT
OBI, ETC.
WANTBD- Reliable, energetic solicitors
for Oregon and Washington lo sell annual
dividend Insurance; best contract na the
market; bond required; stale references.
11. <3. Colt on, manager, :n,t Chamber of
Commerce. Portland. Oregon.
SOMETHINtr new In maps; write at
once E Foster, 208 Bush street. San
Francisco.
WANTKD TO RENT-ROOM*.
WANTED At once ,10 unfurnished rooms;
also £5 suites of rooms for housekeep
ing. Call or send In your r»»om» by
phone. Buff Wl 1906 Third avenue. We'
nave steady tenants watting.
Font unfurnished rooms, with alcove,
gas. oath. At '. 412 Ninth avenue south.
IF vou have vacant rooms, see Room Ren
<»l Ag. -n« >\ ■***> Hurko building.
WANfKD-TO Ki:vr UOIHKN.
FOK RKNT—J.Ist your houae.* ami rooms,
furnished or unfurnished. with C J
heater. Seattle Rental Agency, 113 Col
umbia IVlephoiw H > i!;i• i :>
W INTKI • flmill '
summer or longer; no children r»fer
enoes. AddrtMS A 1, cur** Post-Intelli
gencer.
COTTAIJK. with 4 or 8 rwotn.' Arldrona
u II HMO IMK
VVANTKI* l*r!v»t« bo«rt!. without rixim.
south of f»a«t of Fourth. Addr»»««<*
W>\ <«K'v
W 4XTriw«oom WITH HO\HI>
\\ \NTV:i> Hoom sih! for «rnt3. n».iri
.»nil two bo>>. A«ldr«'ss C 3, tSLr* P«»st
> u't
ron HK*T-Ht)OMS WITH HO AMD.
1 aKUK front rwnn and aKovi», \%»th
hoatU. for man and wlf# or two ««n;U -
m*n modern. r<*f*renown, lbtj KigUth
nvt'nuv.
>H RBNT- HtH>ma alnjKlo «>r •>!» flNlSl*
with or without UoArd u)4Kntsc4*nt vi<»* ,
•v«rytntiii nrw 115 Hi. *un *tr*vt.
Pt room with »Hiar«i. r« .. a
übiw vntaa H«*, on t urid l^nora
«n4 nic** location. t«|«.
fxftth. m M*dlnon
lit K>\is and board, nlc* location; t*i«-
Ikhone. bath. 711
' twardir g Tha Biark**4.
\fa-'•>»>
FOR IK BUT—rVHSHSMKU KooMs
gTKANI heat. sunlight, aletalor and
tr«l hnatkut Hi the Hotel Hrunsvkk.
transients mk per da> and up Oorner
Kir*i iVMUI, in flight of the I'nion d*>-
fwHH _
UKNTI.I'MKN wiahiiig fir niched room*
in an rW-gant ham#. inquire Martan
four hkKhw from business center, itf«t
--*>!»• «» r«|r«*%l
T>> KKNt K*if» large, wIU ffcrtrlshtd
frunt room lo«e in suitable faf two gen
tvie, ,uh. ric Itn^ulrv
beautiful view v*»h electric iUht tele
phone: rooms ' -mt Seventh «««••
nu*\ htork «o\ th Jan *
FOR RENT nr.- < . n 7 • ~;i n
house good I -:*!N»n. on* or two g*n
tietnen J K Hr A- Hotel llutlrt
niHBAI.K-i- i i . ir#. ''w.;i K ht b
kr< v ■■ln# ro itv m; n K ' > »•;
Arlington, inquire j»f*
RKNT I-w '• ' • m v%
• 'Vi' f
Ki:» N i »> fmif
HOTKI. EtRONTON ■» Fl - irtnut un
r.< * nmt «#eiDt nr n»c<*;> (urnlshei
rooni*. ulr.fU or en »utt«.
TMR FKROITPCIN n«»Moffk#
-«K>rk furn:»hrd room? iteam heat; fre«
bath* H'n«i>n« K Je rut«v.
St !TK of IwinfurivuhH r«n ms.
< iltHtile i>>r three r rr»«n an i
i a venue
H **"CL VENDOME 3X5 Flru
Cret-class rooms by th# day or ne+k.
THE SEATTLE POST-INTELLIGENCER, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1900.
FOR RENT FT'RNISHED ROOMS
Contlnaed,
CARROLLTON holeL Occidental avenue
Main street; rooms, 35, 60, 75 centa per
day. weekly rates.
HOTEL SAVOY. 635 First avenue, fur
nished rooms; 00c end up. convenient to
trains and boats.
VICTORIA Hotel - Nicely rurnlahed
rooms, sin pie or en suite; overlooking the
bay; low rates.
GLEN WOOD House. ll« Fifth avenue.
near Yesler; nicely furnished rooms. $1
week and up.
JU ANITA Hotel; newly furnished; cen
trally located; $1.50 to 13.00 per week.
322U Pike.
IF you are looking for rooms of any kind
see Room Rental Agency, 500 Burke
building.
BNOQUA LMIE Hotel, Fixe and Third.
Rate*, 25c, 50c, 75c; free bua John A.
Hllyer
HOTEL YORK. First avenus and Pike;
hrat-claia rooms and board at $653 per
week.
FURNISHED room, suitable for three
gentlemen, 1423 Fourth avenue.
NEWLY furnished front room suitable for
two. 141S Firai, near Union.
FOR Plus t Elegant roonti WNfi hotel.
First avenue.
FOR HK.\ r—Nicely furnished rooms. 310
James street.
FURNISHED ROOM&—Bellevue hotel. 2»1
Firr* avenue.
FURNISHED rooms, low rates. 1J12%
First avenue.
HOTEL LYON. 21*M> Columbia, furnished
front rooms.
CONTINENTAL 16014 First; rooms SI
week up.
FTRST-CLASS furnished rooms: Hotel
Frfliey.
WELL furnished suite at SOS James street.
FOR HKNT-FLATfI,
FURNISHED flat of 3 rooms and bath;
terms reasonable; no children. Address
O 43. cjare Pot»t*lnteU!gencer.
FOUR large unfurnished rooms, close in.
Address It 53. care Post-Intelligencer.
run HE.IT— HOLSK*.
K« >ll RENT—Furnished and unfurnished
houses; fnrnlshed ami unfurnished rooms
ami housekeeping rooms; nil parts of the
city; list with us and you will rind good
results. We Mart business, others fol-
low. Morgan a Exchange, 10U Third.
FLAT of 4 modern unfurnished rooms for
housekeeping, at Ul4 Boylston, walking
distance; near Madison and Hr<»adway
MW; best location; references; call.
FI'RNISHBD 7-room house, two min
ute*' walk from James street line; must
buy part of furniture; no children. E
53, care Post-Intelligencer.
FOR RICNT--5-room Hat thre* blocks from
IMistofflce: rdll 112; furniture for sale;
IJSO. Pacific Rxehange, .suite 013 l'aclßc
block. 157 Yesler.
KoR RENT—Furnished modern flat, four
rooms and bath room; no children. 3
Colonial block.
FOR HAI.lv Five-room house, close in;
bargain. Address owner. B 45, care Post-
IntelUgencer.
TWO seven-room houses, corner Sixth
and Cherry. Apply MacDougall & South
wlck Co.
FOR RENT Furnished house; {3O per
month. \V. N. Redlield, ;502 New York
t^lock.
HOUSES. stores and flats. Pioneer Rent
and Collection Company, » Roxwell
block.
FOR RENT—House#. William nT Red
field, 302 New York block.
HOI'SK repairing. Bephton, 222 Cherry.
Main Cl 6
FOR RK\T—IIOI'SfCKEISPMfG BOOMS.
KOH ItKNT Five furuinhed houi-ekf^»|>lnK
moms for Ifsht houH*»kr«»i>insr. Heavors
& ro. f 112 and 11U Washington hulldinK-
Phone, lllat k 2tl.
tXllt RK.N'T Km niched
rooms, with hath, kh*. ♦■to Co| »m
--hitt str»*ft. I-'hII after 1 p. rn.
KOK HKNT HouM^ket'pina. furnished
front room, sunny and pleaaant. 1120
Fourth and Madlaon.
HKNT Furnished or unfurnlnh-'d
houjM krepln« rooms. 1504 in icar of l*iot>
Fourth a vonu»'
KOH KENT rnfurniahed rooms for
housekoeping; rh»*ap rent. Inquire Ml
Main alreei.
THHKR houvkoeping room* furnished.
911 .laram street.
HOKfIEKKKPINO rooms for rent. 51f
YfsW-r way.
FrilMHliLU houweke* pU»g roums. 41i
Madi*on
roH HiM-iu MM>»i raormrY.
STORK flxtur* 1 -* for sal". store fgr
r*mt; location, on Swomi avenue.
Inquire 1210 Second avenue.
FOR HKNT Lane* dock, deep water. In
quire I'leiflf Door t*o.. Hailroad avenue
and Pine street
FOII KKNT K.irge workroom, with ma
chin* > and powor. Hailroad avenue and
Pino strict.
Ron HUM-UH H rv
FOR RK.N'T— Bent office in city; rtne loca
tion heap, I'nion Adjustment Conk"
■ tS« i-iiiui'. ii.».in ."
FOR HI: \ T—HI *ti 4l< l\sYHt.alK\ 11.
' N Sherman, Clajr 4k
i iii-i, .4 Sound <*veoua.
FOR H 41.1:—Ml *l4 \ I INHHI MKMV
UATEST Improved upright piano at half
price, is months In use. owner leaving
A flne WJ6 piano for i*aie cheap for c*ah.
Inqulra at 31* street after I
W
FOR £ U,K~Ooe «ilrect u! tabbed se%entjr
i Siurdevan; Jr> kiln rn*ln«
| fan, with twen(y*twu hundred and fifty
te». i »>f ■-ne-lnoh stoam plpt, an good as
i•.. two tK>ller>». fnrty-four Inches
lumber, twelve fset long, thre©-|n< s a
w>,\ * nearly t.ew. Addrws Charles L.
Mark!.am. Wash.
■ V\ AN it! i Lv, j i ;as*» furniture eight.
-■'»»*• 1 * • t\» n\* m Hl»»m house, ehm*
' gxM>d aM a bar
a S l. cart Poal
ln> ifc' »• •
i W \NTKI> 1' « % m in <;ou!)d rt -ur of
nc on l- ir*i •*r Aeo>nd avonaas, &e
--t*re« n> • y an<! r'ofumbia, nam»- iirica.
| A«idrt-~ t» pn.Ht-lnt«*'llg^rioer.
HIGHEST ptu r f r all ktml* *eeond»
kar. i Vi uset-.-.t and . :ri e furnltura,
v ..rpe* st« •. et. Thompson Furai
lur» * Fl l»L svsnua.
HI - Vl> Itk kerT n \ (wltt's av tlon no
,;J*' I*- -»jW »n the
)'* '»■- -har» at J!» Wall
I »'yvet. contents of —ran rrinMi
HIOHKST prue» paid for second-hand fur
j **° v* arpets. etc The Red
Front furniture <.'onr.i.4iny, Ul B«cunJ
aye. ma Telephone Kevl 11*4.
SRATTLK MESSENGER Se ond.
want* to deliver your package, prompt
gijarmnteeci: rtag bom or
l>lione Mar- iM)
W xn TKO Se and- anil band machine'
Single rt« with shafting, pulleys and
kiln. Addrews F: 1. ogre >*oet-inteiu
j HMHGIST pri< e pa: l for new goods of all
I kinds C. ilray : 2>A Second avenue.
FOR SAI.E— MISC-ELI.AXEOVS.
20-foot sail boat. sloop rig; light .-prlng
wagon; New Home tailurV sewing ma
chine; Davis drop-Head sewing ma
chine, used two month?; five-foot, six-
Inch oval front show cafe, r.lmost new;
anything and everytbtn« at Ogden's sec
ond-hand store, 507 Pike.
FOR SALE—Schooner Francis Alice, IS
tons register- freight capacity about 200
tons; In good order and reaay for sea.
Apply to McCollam Fishing & Trading
Co.. 40 California street. San Francisco.
FOR SALE —Furniture of 9-room house;
price, rent, $35 per month; close In;
also famished and unfurnished rooms
for housekeeping: close. Call or address,
1305 Third. Phone. Buff 601.
BOILER and engine, nearly new; also
pumps for Nome Barron Bros., 1020
First avenue, or 1316 Western avenue.
Phone. Main tins.
GOING East, will sacrifice beautiful piano,
cost $450; used four months. 511 Madison.
7 to 8 evenings.
ONE boiler and engine. 3 horse; also one
4 and 10 horse power. Loggers' Supply
Co.. 123 Yesler.
MAQIC lanterns; new. second-hand; mo»-
Ing pictures. Bullard & Breck, 131 Post,
San Francisco.
ONE large duplex tire pump: also one
8 marine engine. Loggers' Supply Co.,
123 Yesler.
HOI9TINQ engines and machine pumpa
for sals or rent. Puget Sound Dredging
Co.
FOR SALE—Ten R-I-P-A-N-3 for a
centa at druggists. One gives relief.
FOR SALE cheap; gas range, hot water
back. Inquire '£il Bailey building.
WELL broken dog team, cheap if taken
at once. Abbot Hotel, room 40.
A complete soap plant. J. A. Winter
mute, Berlin building. Tacoma.
GOOD team of horses weighing about
1.200. S. F. Collins. Klrkland.
FOR SALE—Carload of horses, at Star
stables. lH»> Western avenue.
FOR SALE—Carload fresh milch cows.
J. D. Ross, Georgetown.
COLUMBIA bicycles, Hartford bicycles.
Christopher, 1112 Second.
SECOND-HAND safe. Address H 45.
care Post-Intelligencer.
FOR SALE— I Two parrots. 2928 Yesler way,
corner Twenty-eighth.
TWO good 65-pound dogs, cheap. 2023 Sec
ond, rear. .
LOST.
LOST—Large poekefbook containing pa
pers of no value to tinder A liberal
reward will be paid and no questions
asked If returned to W. H. White, 509
Bailey building.
liOST A sable boa, between Terry avenue
ana Seattle theater. The Under will
please leave It at the office of Dr. F. M.
Conn. Washington bonding, and receive
renard
STRAYED from !>id Cherry street young
white hull pup; tip right ear black; name
Jack. Reward for return to above ad
dress.
FOUND.
FOl?NI>-Gold society badge. Owner can
have same by proving property and pay
ing for this notice. If. A. Stanley, yueen
Anne hill.
LONDON LOAN OFFICE—Money loaned
on valuables, watches, diamonds and
Jewelry. _lO5 Second avenue south.
LACE CURTAIN LAUNDRY-Mo»bi7
'Phone. Lake 415.
MONEY loaned on valuables. 120 Occi
dental avenue.
MONEY loaned on valuables. 301 Second
avenue south.
LACE CURTAINS LAUNDERED, re
paired Farham, 1014 Howell.
BPRtIAL XOTICKS.
CHILDREN'S fancy dress ball. Rank**
hall, by Prof. Wlllson's nupils. Saturday
afternoon. February ZKth; grand march
at 2 o'clock sharp. Admission, chlklren
or adultc, 10c. Prise cake walking rind
waltslng. tfe#» large $7.00 cake in palace
of Sweets window on Second autnu*.
Music by Wagner.
TO CONTRACTORS AND BUILDKB*-*
The Kerry Lumber Company's mill at
the foot of Hrosd street. North Seat
tle, is now in operation. Mill office, tele
phone, Union 66; downtown office, room
C, Italley building, over Western Union
Telegraph office, telephone. Maine fog.
MASQUERADE bail, Kanke hall. Satur
day nlghr, February 17th: music by
Wagner's First Regiment orchestra;
prise ake walking and waltslng Tick
ets, masqueraders SOc, spectators 25c.
Dancing until morning
COMPOSITION- Ws are now prep-«red to
do composition for the trade tany m«-s»-
ure). in Nonpareil. Minion, lirevler and
Long Primer. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Call or address Post-intelligencer, Se
attle __
SPECIAL INFORMATION FURNISHED
manufacturers. busln*> -n bouses and
public men by the Press Clipping Bu
reau (Allen s), room 4*' McKay butaimg,
Portland. Or.
FKRIOKAL
LA DIES—Walt for Miss Dunning'* return
from San Francisco if you want ;ne
latest style of hair-dressing. My new
parlors will In* equipped with the lat*»*i
appliances for scientific scalp treatment
and facial blemishes*, will also «arry rtne
line of hair switches, wigs, latest style
front piece? and h-iir otnamem* direct
from Europe. Watch for later announc*
men t.
MRS SUKFFI.K Mas secured the garvioga
of a thoroughly first-claws hairdresser
from a leading San Francisco establish*
mcnt. ladies 'Wiring artistic hali dron
ing. manicuring, facial masxago or scalp
treatment can te assured of satlsfai tion
at parlors Modern Toilet Specialty Co.,
39 l'k>wns block. 70> Second avenue.
CHILDREN'S fancy dress ball. Rank"
hall, by Prof. Wlllson's pupils, Saturday
afternoon, February 3M.h- grand march
at 2 o'clock shut. Admission children
or adults, 10c. Prise cake walking and
waltsmg §ee large 17 Ofi cake in palace
of Sweets window on Second atenue.
Musi*- by Wagner.
LADIES! Chichester 1 s English penny*
rojral Pills are the bast, aafe reliable,
take no other, send 4c stamps for p*r-
IkuSarß. Relief for Ladles," In letter
by return mall. At druggists. Chic nea
ter v'hemb ai Co. Philadelphia. Pa.
A Racine bath cabinet corn Mae* Turkish.
Russian and medicated baths.cur - * colds,
rheumatism, en . ties; «. ablnet mad. '
Call cr write for catalogue. sold I >
Modern Toliet Specialty Company, if
[Kiwm block. 70g Second avenue.
M \SQVERA.DE ball. Ranke hall. Saiur
•lay night. February 17th: mo«ic by
Wagn»r's First Regiment orchestra;
prise cake a a king and waltsing Tick
* is. masqueraders iiOc, spectators 25c.
baiuing until morning.
THE young lady who ieft her house the
Xl*t of last month w!»h red hat. Scot h
trimmed, blue vehret waist blur jacks*,
with velve: collar and black xklrt, ma.u
< ome and see her aick father, please.
Father
YUKON save money by buying your sec
ond-hand rook stenres at ?he Red Front
Furniture Company, !ara«-et st . k in u.e
' ity all prices 110 and ;?? Second av. so.
SEATTLE Woolen H«mse First ave
nue. oppoaUe Hotel Stevens. Outfit
ter* and manufacturers of A'aska cloth
ing for m-n or women Phom> Hls- kH,
TOU*LI« look old soon enough Why keep
your gray hair and 'ook so »d. w hen
you can restore to natural without dye?
consultation free :3i.t Sr d avenut*
SEND your old gold Jewelry we remodel,
exchange or pay cash for Jt. Henry
Hansel, manufacturing Jeweler r<> rrt '1
Hinckley Mock.
NATHAN PHILLIPS. 104 Occidental a
nue, bargains, new snd unred»»-ned
watches. Jeweln*. Mai. orders solicuri
PERSONAL—Contlnaed.
MRS. JOHANNA OFTEDAL, graduate
medical electrician; diseases and nerv
ousness treated; electric baths, magnetic
massage. 22 Union block. 'Phone, Blue
W.
READ Blckerton & Devitt s auction no
tice of tine furniture to be eo'if on the
Hth at 10 o'clock sharp, at 215 Wall
street, contents of seven rooms.
INFORMATION wanted of Thomas Con
ran, late of Seattle, by John M. Sweeney.
Naugatuck, Connecticut; settlement es
tate; important.
SUTHERLAND'S "Tract on the Sab
bath." for sale at Denny-Coryell Co.'s,
716 First, and Lundberg's, corner Second
and Pike.
INFORMATION furnished regarding em
ployes and others, capable operatives.
Seattle Detective Agency, 311 Pioneer
block.
TABLEWARE. Jewelry and metal goods
replated. Seattle Electro Plating and
Manufacturing Co.. 1115 Second.
GENTLEMAN who rented Germania hall
for ihc Arlon social February 19. call at
Pioneer barber shop at once.
HBKRAL advances on jewelry, clothing
or anything valuable. Bell Loan Office,
302 Second avenue south.
AT A SACRIFICE—For two weeks, hun
dred violins, guitars, banjos, mandolins.
Martins. &W Second.
NEW and second-hand sewing machines
$5 and up: rent $1 week. Dußols, 214 Co
lumbia street.
MRS. DR. SWAN, magnetic healer; elec
tric baths. 157 Yesler, room 528. 'Phone,
Black, im.
LADIES -Free Harmless Monthly Regulat
or; cannot fail. Mrs. B. Rowan. Milwau
kee, Wis.
PIANO for rent, and rent allowed on pur
chase. Western Music Co.. 807 Pike.
ROBINSON Bath Cabinets In stock C. B.
Hills, generai agent. Burke buihling.
UNREDEEMED pledges. Chicago Loan
Office. 117 Yesler.
DOUBT FIT L DEBTS collected anywhere.
311 Pioneer block.
WATCHES cleaned, 75c; mainspring, 50c
yf> Cherry street.
LADIES' special treatment. 157 Yesler
way. room r»2*.
FOR SALE— Stelnway piano, $175. Martlus,
fcrt* Second.
BTOVE repairs. <lO Yesler way. 'Phone,
Black 1.064
GET a Kruger button. Kggan. 207 Pike.
WAITED- PARTNERS.
WANTKIJ-Partner with IJOOO, enlarge
ment established manufactory, paving 50
per cent. Smith, "29 New York Mock
AI'CTIO* IALES.
AUCTION SALE of fine furniture, con
tents of private house. Blckerton &
l>evitt will sell on the premises*, 218
East Wall street, on Wednesday, the
14th. the furniture of seven rooms, com
mencing at 10 o'clock sharp: Wed sets,
springs mattresses, extension table,
dining chairs, fine secretaire, rockers,
elegant pier glass, marble vaaea. bisque
ware. Bohemian glass, china, tine vari
ety of shells, paintings. Domestic ma
chine, cost $75; crockery. Brussels car
pets. superior r.*nge, kltch»*n furniture,
choice plants, etc.
AUCTION sale of household furniture, the
contents of six-roomerl private residence.
Blckerton 4r Devltt will sell on the
premises, 1401 Vesler avenue, on Friday,
the Pith, at 10 o'clock sharp: B*d sets,
springs, mattresses, bedding, extension
tab!*', dining chairs, secretaire, center
tables, cobbler and patent rocker*. Dom
estic sewing machine, portieres, hang
ing lamps. Monitor steel ranur, gas
range, crockery, glass, carpets, rugs,
rooking utensils, etc.
nrsnßM CHANCE*.
PART IKS WISHING TO INTUIT
PLHABE TAKK NOTICE.
We have the best bargain in residence lot*
in Seattle today. Just to show you we
ran actually sell you fine high and dry
lot h riKht on the car line, only N minutes*
ride from the business renter. splendid
view of the Sound, for only $125 per lot.
These lots ;«re actually worth double the
monfjy, and we heartily rtoORkMMd them
to buyers. Comn early, for we will close
these out thi# week.
We are headquarters for Cape Nome prop
erty and can truthfully say we Hre han
dling more of this class of property than
anv firm In the city. claims from sr>*io$ r >*io
to $»,000.
fl»> feet front, business center, improved.
fa&.OUO
Furniture of S-room house, modern, walk
iHK distance, |37T».
llOxi 2»*~Corner In North Seattle: house;
ft no old orchard; el«»gant »urroundings,
ihla Is a splendid Investment at $4 «ns»
E. I>. trA LLAII ER, low First Avg.
H.t'OO—2-J rooms, Uiardlng bouse: lease; 27
boarders from $3 to $7 »>er week.
JS.iwv-lntfivst line business; lon* lease;
worth $2,500; on Second avenue
f 1.600 Interest In shingle mill, incorpor
ated; put nas» i to take <barge of the
business.
37 rooms, ctOs# in; great bargain
63 rooms, steam heat, cheap lease,
20 rooms, rent 123; transient trad- . ft 1 000.
Isf Grocory and fruits, rent ftii; vary
cheap.
s£*) ~t igars and fruits, location good, '-ar
galn.
lluKincss all descriptions,
citv «»r country. HALL, 404 New York
block established !■$
19-ROOM house, handsomely furnished,
rent fiO; price $1.2&«.
We have one of the best hotel propo«altlons
In Seattle, clearing !&*) per month, price
IS.aOU; i«art time if dosired.
A good paying lodging hou* In excellent
Kaalion; new furnLure; low rent; price
$2.3U0, pan caaii.
Partner wanted with « ash to Join party
In the purchase of a good pacing lodg
iryf house.
Boardlmc in go«ki location. '• roomi;
rent fc'lO, prbe Hiau, part cash.
PACIFIC exchange.
Suite €l3 i'a« tflu bioik. 1»7 Verier.
! SALOON —One of th- best money makers
in the city for s3*, WO; this a big r-ar
galn. and we have the exclusive handling
i for a few 'lays only,
i Saloon —On# ot the boat on Pike street,
$5,700; making Ma nwmy
Grocery 'tore on FHke eirect. doing a fine
busing**, will tell at Invoice: about VI.OQO.
Party witn tXO cash can secure half in
terest in go-J paying: office business, wi h
reliable ;>artn*r, wi;i c;«mt )3uo
per month and upaurds
PACIFIC EXCHANGE.
Suite sl3 Pacific bi«>ck, l'» 7 Yesler.
REMEMBER •« loesto >« u in buslneaa,
in any line, and b'Mtn you money, exam
ine this U*t of rooming h>.*usaa:
i s room* . I MWi* roomg 11.206
I n rooms r<K»ms ........ <ca<
| 7 rooms ..... u*>24 rooms ........
! a rooms ........ M 025 i»Hims I^o>
| <» room* son W rooms I
| ih rooms rooms ........ S.&gg
rooms ........ ZJ&Xt'.a& rooms ........ a oi>}
I IS rooms ... *»«s rooms
BEAVERS it CO..
IIS and 113 Washington Ruiiding.
| Tel . Hla.-k ZSI.
FOR SALE RY
L N ESTEI.LK it CX> .
Real Eat ate and Mining lir<>liers,
Room 7. Hotel Butter.
} Cap** Nome mining and city property;
1 tftie# terfect and terms rc^^onabJe.
Have full claims an fallowing , r* eka:
I <>*. irr, Biuler. Ravin. It>.
JHvoov.ry, Quart, ;in<) Bun*.-: luoclr*
• saSm» east and west of Nom". R
I kits in all parts of th- city. Ca . and
I b+tar* buying
NOME
PLACER CLAIMS.
For Sale—4 claims, proper'y staked and re
j >rded, -»n w*V known cr.»- a>. I>,ca:ssl »o
the early spring ct last year; owner must
have money » wo*k other claims sj>of
.cash; tt.m.
H F. PARKER A CO.,
i 'Phone. Blue **> l 112 Yeader way,
IF jrwn have ho :*ekeej ing roc>ms or furnish
ed rooms to Jet lisr with us as we
have «-v. r-.r ' ix dav ,n
EDWARDS A HALLECK.
SIMa inird avenue, near Madiaon strge:.
Bl'9n(RIS CHAlirES.—Contlnard.
HOTEL BUYERS. ATTENTION!
FOR SALE
Lodging house, high grade furnish
tng?»: the best furnished, nnest located,
most respectable house on th.' market in
Seattle today, paying handsomely, brick
building: ail conveniences; 2 year*' lease
cheap icnt; reasons for selling; price
13,500.
H. F. PARKER & CO..
Tel . B1 no fc>l. 112 Vesl er way.
A young man of excellent education,
good business ability and small capital
desires to correspond in reference to an
opening in Seattle or Puget Sound coun
try, with preference for mercantile or
manufacturing pursuits. Address, wltn
full particulars. Lock Box 144. Council
Bluffs, lowa.
JL'.SWV-Lodging house of 21? rooms on promi
nent street, furniture new, large and airy
rooms, rent S7O: if you want a house that
will please and make you lots of money
buy this one.
EDWARDS & HALLEOK,
Third avenue, near Madison street.
WANTED—A good energetic business
man with $2,500 to join in starting a
branch In a flourishing town near Seat
tle In connection with an already estab
lished and paying legitimate business
in Seattle. Morgan's Exchange. 1 >ll
Third.
$3.<W buys first-class saloon, fixtures, li
cense and four years' lease.
$5,909 buys saloon and 32 furnished rooms
in heart of town; 4 years* lease; we offer
above for only three day*.
J. K. WEST A CO.. Ml First Ave.
FOB SALE—At a hargatn. a business
clearing S3OO a month; A 1 location: best
of references: legitimate reason* for
selling; thorough Investigation invited;
$1,600. Address room 8 Seattle National
Hank block.
WANTED—Man with 1100 to join us in
grubstaking n first-class mln*»r and ex
pert to go to and secure mining proper
ties in the Sumpter mining district of
Oregon. J. E. West & rv>., First ave.
BUSINESS man. experienced, tra
to Eastern states. England and conti
nental Europe, is op«»n to business en
gagement; legitimate propositions only.
Address T 41. cure Post-Intelligencer.
FOR SALE—Elegantly furnished eight
room private resilience, modern in every
particular and one of the bes: snaps to
day on (he market; two days only. Mor
gan's Exchange. 1011 Third avenue.
FOR SALE—Hotel, brick, clearing
month. $l,0U0; lodging house. o2 rooms,
$1,050, elearlng *2oo month; restaurant,
receipts SIOO day, $1,900 Western Ex
change. :iO4 New York block.
FOR BALE— Furnished hotels and lodging
houses: furniture of private residences,
all over the city; a few special snaps for
this week. Morgan's Exchange. 1011 Third
avenue.
5-Room house; exquisite furniture; on
Fourth avenue; close in; must bo sold
this week; price see this for a tine
home J. E. West & Co., 811 First ave.
BtQHT party can secure half interest In
established mercantile business for s*.ouo
to $10,000: Al location: best of reference!.
Address E .1. care Post-lnteiUgenoer.
HEAD Bicker!on & Devltt's auction no
tice of fine furniture to be sold on the
14th at 10 o'clock sharp, at 219 Wall
street, contents of *ev*n rooms
8 and 10-room lodging house, clos* in, for
sale cheap; parties must leave the city.
• 'all room 4 Koxwell building, comer
First and Columbia.
W. PARRY SMITH—Room 1 Colman build
ing. Tel., Red 14(11; notary public, real
estate, mines and timber lands. Loans
negotiated.
EXPERIENCED party wishes to rent fur
nished dining room in hotel; best refer
ences. Address L 40. care Post-Intel-
Hgenrer.
FOR prompt attention snd quick salsa
litt > ir property with H*rrraan Sk
Herrinan. 4<X> New York block.
FOR SALE—The best paying cigar and
news stand In the city. Huffman A
Shearer, «k\ New York Moc.k.
SAWMILL, stock and logging outfit; good
supply timber. For sale cheap. Address
F l. rare Post-Intelligencer.
DRY <3<X*DS stock for sale; doing a good
business. Call or address Seatle Sup
ply Co., Snohomish. Waah.
WANTED Party with $1 200. in good prop
osition. fullest Investigation. Address
A 6. t are Post-Intelligencer.
VALUABLE mining property will h* sold
at your "wn price. Address A 3, tare
Post-lntelllgenoer.
FOR SALE Steam Riding Oallery, good
rendition, iirmn. C. <>. Smith New
Whatcom, Wash.
WANTED-Lady partner with SI.W slftf) to
per month. Address DM. car«» Post
lntelilg«*n(^er.
FOR sale chesp. bath house; sood location;
long lease, Addross E 40. rare Post-Intel
lig* ncer.
ONE of the best cigar and fruit stands
In the city today. Apply «t l«*fl Second
a venue.
FOR SALE—Paying drug store. Particu
lars address r 102. Post-Intelligencer.
A Kootf« first-class ynka>n, doing a good
business. Call 211 l*ik«* street.
FOR SALE- Hotel of 19 rooms snd 9 lots.
M? M. Moreau. Tnterbay.
WAITRIt-HK*L KITATt.
| I nold two hoUKt to«Uy an«l ran im>l)
fix n»or« within th« wwk; brlnu Ui«*fii
wln-P» tt»«»> .an nold. I «lao aaiU
<!<>»lrahU' lota ami havw fualom
rm for Income prifMrty. Onto evftiltiics.
JOHN M 1»AVI8,
Tel., Red 131. I'wmw liulMinr
, Open
T want fn huy for <*»*» block of lota
or Ave or *lx a< rea unplatted near
aon *ar Una. C. 11
avenue.
FAHMB and H*«ttla property Uoinht froro
• 'wnera fjreat Northern Co., }2Qf
Av.
ruR »4Li>< ITV HKU KATATB.
WORTH MOHK MuNKV.
wllhJn one bi«»' k "f the corner
«»f Hroadway ami t'omoibk, ijtiil 1 a Kmaii
house where you run mv>' « <r <are.
in* corner on Fourteenth, n*ar
Maillaon; one of the buy* In the
fty for a home or Inve • ment.
t »-rooni houw near car :ine well lo
fratM; lot entail • aah i»aytuent;
S.»Uircf i.'UM<%Km*-nta.
I C<xlltt, on Hecoiwi avenue north, near
Hepybik-ain; thla ia very cheap.
i w. n fikijj. /
<; A V IRTI K.
tl and g Hallfr BKi#. 1-ionr. Main a.
C V»»~T>»r»«- *»dhi!y )<n« yu»»n Ann'
I T !»U.ro%«"<3 I*lo n< fir : Hell
S-is~*? l r n 4venue lot. ;>e a f Madl^m
J>lod«rw hOuae, KaaS
take evenue
Pontfua Acki
Two lota, avenue and llar
i r 1 «**!*.
j ll.Utt—ThrM cultivated a* rea rioae In.
< *AHHAIIBH
Bailey ttuH'ji.ig
oniF- for a f»» d^ya:
| lot* but part of thr elty e«-
1 <eti*fet «ar aervlee traded mtrrwif ry.
rrn nt walk', *r«4 roaa^.
llotiii; <wti2o f^t,
j HJ&.Qn an acre—Fwe au?r«« on rar Hne.
hejikknr a t'i -rrir.
■ X ttUiJ SVw V<*rii [U<» ||
i FOR SAT.E—l¥> l.ita on Qu<-«-n Anne hill
« 1 »n.l !»>. „ W »V.'
I *«r <v»li,M» «nd V«»t boy In »h«- f|»y
for a »hcrt :!ra«. worth InvccUat
: w 733 >*"*"»' V-th hr<;:dii»*
! *'. «► For mI». f.y owiwr nm H-r-.om
modarn hou»e on F(.i,rt<—nth feranux «
t. .- ks north of „#
H-.tind »nrt rood nd|M. rh.«xt .',i! „ t
ad<lr»»» 2U burk> i»ull<>ltn
%■.,»> WTA Yiy >t» nor' ~rn»'~of
Fir*! and Harrison »tr-*i« «»v<?n-rooTO
house. ti< 1 * t*rn. t«mi IT <J-«tr«S A K
I'tirkrr A Co.. V > Burk* • liHlnx.
FRANK H. RENICK * CO. 'C. « CUM.
«er. L. B. Turner, T H RemclLj
ri.K 9ALE-4ITV
-Contlnned,.. ""
H * ii_Thls property mnn b r sold-'. T?
ner, latxiso, and small house on V2L"
avenue, the finest property in
flats; the bo-st
In*; a raorttt me of Iff, ;,,«■> P 4 "
"22 l ' r , ol>, " n - '"un
An elegant mansion it\ th* hli
Pjirt of the city tin,, xVw oyj£L&
the bay and the ,Uv; rlfcht on
««""•-. •• w ceirt.teX"*;
uSTJ I'letrunt o Tiler, block <?,
Broadway, near lion street -** ,
house, liXulKi, w 111 be sold
together; sl K htl> lin,. *
U. 55- s-r.x>m h,n^l'Jl 00 *
one block from iitntiy way or .", *J 1 *;
this IS a bargain, and muit W .2?"
the owner*, ani a money to go tTl'."
Nome with; block fro« ciJS*
«•«*> walking djs'ar. r.mkl
SI.SOU buys a m der.i ■ !ia g ,. on cSrtt
on Kastlake, iw,. hi,., ks
way; easy walking <iisiane«; «ix r***)'
pantry and bath; U ■ houaa »
not be built t.v.i, f.»r th^ll**-
Twentieth avenue near two r«^u» o#
Ksth and ail n; I
KWO-Sneof.s <*«*.
city: two b„.k north of &?*<*•
walking distant"; one block
car lines: will bo sol,) today. '*•
of other iiropertles In au «a»».-
the city. H
JOHN U. DAYH.
uSi-a; Pioneer Bl«*
Open evening*.
FOR SAI.K-(7.000 for a property "uTfZ:
from Tike street, on Sixth avennT.22
buildings, good tenant*; win pa* ii%2
cent this fs a good buy; if you
lag art invest mriit, 1001, Into this ul
Sv-hroetler. ill llostott block.
FOR SAI.K— Hfghtly double rornar hi K
tlus addition, convenient to rtreat
graded streets. s.-wera: all i m nro*e«2lli
In vicinity ttrat-claw Frank A Potutn?
No, » llailer block. ™>«*
t-kl per month buys a strictly rtr»t~~S«i
'"-room house on Kenton Hllf; snail ia»
ment down; will t>« cemplated Huff'
no agents Adrirt*** II ears Rnst.i.
lelllgencer I
FOR SAI.K I'heap. S lots northwest"
ner Madison and Seventeenth Avanii*'
]i» acres timber land. Kben Smith •
New York block
\VB have for sale a number of chaap m.
denies in desirable part* of the t|<»
A. E. Parker A Co.. room M Rmi.
UuUdlng
FOR SAI.K S7.V>. " room house Kvwttt
avenue. two block* from Twenty-tkM
Kverett. Wash. Inquire C. W. Snftt*
Kallard
0R01.1,. DAMT S ft rtSNTR B^r^W
ing. call on us for our list of MectM
city and farm property. to* Ifalte
_ ' ~
FOR SAI.K-t'heap and easy ternM, siftit.
room house For roll particulars ealt
on J It. Noll. Occidental hotel.
FOR svi.il Hv owner, a good sli-raoa
n'odern house, cheap: convenient to Mr
_llne **JPontlus avenue
FOR SAl.K—Three mo/lern flve-roon «i.
t ages ; rnsv terms NO New York tlsct
FOR SAI.E-7-room house, city; M MM*
Improved: at Juanlta. MS Vacilg bJorft
FOR KRKT-HEAL KlTtTft
FOR RENT -Some desirable fanMlkth
slrabie localities for rant or aala aa ts
vnrable terms. C. t.. Parktr, 41 w.1%
block, city.
FOR IALR»KAHHi AND UIH
FOR RAI.F.-A bargain . » aoraa In WW*
river valley; ir« cultivated; good MtfetM.
well and liulldlngs. eeil 40 ».-r* tracts H
ilwslreil Address boa M. Auburn, WsR.
FOR BAUK--Foreclos«d city and fsm
property, cheap, and terms easy. JAMS
Mothwell. loans and lnsurans% Itortag
block. Tslepliorie, Main
VALfAHLK. i>iir almost glvsn a«t>-
Forer iosed farms In King and MMMt
counties. Mehrtns A. I'tttlt, M Km
York block _
FOR HAI.K I'ralrle farm. 1W a<r*t, «sk
impriivod. Address Cyrus Whlta, Offs
et, iiolsforl. Waal). ■ 'j
FOREI'I/O€SH> city proportleg, fsnaa. cost
and timber lands. R. R. GfDTM »
New York block. _____
FAHMS for sal* In F,astern and WsMsnt
Washington E Shorrock, H W«»l
lutnuia slteel.
FARMH for sale and for rant. W. W,
Ocarisirn, 24 I'nlon block ... S
*\ AM KIWriMBKR I DM
*ANTBI» Forest reserve laisM. naal »
lelpis bought. John P Fay, »U »«•
York block. '
IlKlillKNH * PRTTIT~ ilmbor IM*
bouaht ar.d for aaia. J3-.U4 Ns» talk
block i i«^ei
TIMI4FR iauda bought and for pais. H#
IZL.
KUIt SALIC—TIMBKR I.AKM.
$1.4110 will t>uy J»'4> fti-rca of <ln« tfnilxf
lrtiid eiwvfwri miN north «( Htitdk »
pold khiii A<](lr«M J. A. HmcMMi
Mot»lmini WmhU. .. i
O. B PKAVKT In ttmtocr luA
lafnt »< rip W3 Nrw y-->rk bl<x*ll jowl
FOB h ai.k m *cr*» hmvy iimb«r Uai
Mr* J Coiiuell. J.jhn «um i
FOR J* % LK—AC!HB TflACti
l*> ftcre* ildir Uittom 1 <ml; two milff fNII
Arlington. Imjim-** Hia
» |\ %\» IM - MUM 1 I•» l «A*.
MONK Y to loan at low rata* *
M> Improve! city and fmrm yyyr
h«*»ilU' property and f.trms in rMntn
and Weatern WMblafloa for «al* «•
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lAd.. KoU ri J J-Uiiti, agent, JMMf
boUdUll, iMfetU* mr
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(>vf riot rate on brUfc W«-lw JM***
weatern :«f..tu*l Uf* h\rnatium Ojjjf
l>any, MUwtalte, wi*, w tfi*a®
no.n». l*t>*u A#«*»»t, I'wftwuid, W r _
WK have an abor»«UiKe of money I# fcjj
on furniture, piAum and otftac cleg
i. t urHy , lung urn# i»r mh&rt t-ift**
p4ymwni» Bttvtni A to, Ml •**•*
ion L>uit4io£- |W |- [T ;
MONEY to l'«n on ta»prer«4 *fy
1> at iow rata of lnt<*r«fiil HiHiAjl
m ****» lahy. t>hren Mai »J* Om ~
l*toiH«r buUdlna |„ii
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! ruk' ttt. promoter#; eend for *****
lr.t«*t«>ra' intw, turjr, Nt» ¥<**« „, ir _
I'fUVATti fun i* to loan on
low rate*, no *l< ■'* * * -lasaua
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TU U>AN $ «»i, K». O* °"'"CjSi
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