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Seattle daily post-intelligencer. [volume] (Seattle, W.T. [Wash.]) 1881-1888, December 25, 1886, Image 3

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t of Orwroa'i»»» G"eraer,
aad 30 ftrle.
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a£i.—™. »»•
Ith« ?T»U le.L
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ta tbM o»«y.
A, UOMJB of lb* Oeraua bark
■tfMior, MMttoo of ftwm aaada
afxr Ukuw time to
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•» **•*• **' bw ****** * M
Jieeb H®o»er, K*q . *« b«abo«e
- Hut* or°. Or*«°n. •)•«■ *»«*.
Ha mm tbe father of Jaaob
gaq, a veU-kaoaa lawyer of
tfpokaae Fella.
Tiwnt Jims Ii U aaderatood tbat
•mMMMi baa boett entered is to
" „ c< h. m. Da U«i^Oi^«nWi
L*S««y. wbereby tha foriaar agreee
****«■
The u inamant of the Torn
v «-a ball to OOOOT Saturday rraotn*.
Jtamn I*. u mmd * *iaeob*re. Oarde 1
iTS&X;.a- b. preeeoted at lb. J
Z*. Iboea wbo bare aoaa atayn
eaielbem by «**£«*» O tt-aaio. ]
learn, A. o*tb, A. W. Pipe* or V. Uaw<> (
Ikrtemeo vera broogbt dowa from *
Taaaet Oily, abargad otto teiltoa liqaor
H.ward O. Y.te wa> ,
mad tod foond gailty aad Joaapb Lta ,
■tea tad Joba Moraa «are tried, bat a .
I?r- bat aol baea roaabad. la tbe
„ IB "— aU tbree are bald bare to f
j*
It M expected that taiecraphie earn- (
■mini — over tbe Poet-.! faiearapb
Uaa aril be bad vita Baa Fraaaiaao ta
«H, aa tbe wtree are up betaem tbe ■
toe ptaoea. A fair Milee r. u»ta tab. >
■at as aa tbe itae to Ne« Waataiiaaier. j
K» ••>«!<• IIB« *II beopaa for baeiurae «
tboat January IMb. «
rae Uexieo aaited tat Sao Frwaiaao ti
MMerday wiU 1. K. Wbita, F. While, tl
Uwe, F £ Cot too, oTL Baaaoa, a
(Jen. wTMetaoo, i. Hattoa. Jaa. Oa» |-
■lam, dacoael Bnrr, J. O. Boole aad f
Argeoa, 1. B. toitb aad Hi" "
•a ateerase. Hba bl«o earned away 36 •
Ml ef nuaeellaoeoaa f revbt.
f«ur<Ur morning, at M ••'•jr boar,
Ik* booa* of Mrs. Joeepb Franklaad
■ Mala (treei. »M t roken into and a
- |M of food, Men'* Wearing app«el.
took* nod valaabi* paper* taken Cbey
ML T panel on <>f A door ml tua RUM
Mo t window to Monro noUinoe
TM mm lion of lb* boa** *1 p» apetair*
Md notoiog wti known of Uu burglary
Mill moraiag.
Tt*t«rday wu OM of tbo bneie*. of
Ito jmr. The sidewalk* were crowded
®nh MM, women nod obildrea, kit ap
Kily wtib tbeir uiiud* intent op >n
ma*, ud tjta, boMUfal farol
Mi*, ptotarM. book* ead *«o>o* of »l
■tat r. ariioles won beioa traatpor • 1
to tM a'aifal. waeelbirrow *ad wagoa
|e*d. «* bope oil may re*li«i tb*i» *s
llrtiti— of a marry Obrlatmaa.
Tk* following offlur* of Praaklin
Lod<*. He. &F. 44. M, wn Urtalled
by ito*. 4oho P. Dttnoo, on M »od*r
HHIU at Part OiDbto: Edward O
"■m/V M.: BMtor lleKty. »■ W.;
Derld 0. D ««♦. '• W ; O'IO iltealr.
limliur f ill 0. He*»ay. Tra-a.; M
K Draw, 8. D.; William Walker. J. D ;
!%mtt Marny. and Fr*do»aUay, Stew
ard*; Joseph Dillon, frier.
Tba Portland Orst<mian givse Ibe fol-
MNNinii: tee treasurer of T»-
Ml ti • 'tif aoeom modal lag sort of
fereoa. A fentleman of tbto oil? Who
•vat a lot Ibara wrote the Treeaarer.
asking tba amount of bta t*i, and en-
Ma« a stamped aitalop*. Tba Treee
war, twin* tba anatoaad savslop*. an
twered that If tba owner would send 80
MM ba woo Id give the information da
tftsd.
Oar readera will remember tbe abcot
b| »f a man named Co ben. at Bk>r
01%, a few week* ago, by Qaerge 0.
Israel Mr. Israel formerly Head at
Otjaipls, and for a time was tba law
mitnsrof Jobn P. Judeia, K«q , now
living at Taeoma. leraal baa aaked Mr
Jadna to co to Baker Cltjr aad defend
Ma. aad tbe latter baa »>n*eDt«d to 4e
•a. Tbe trial la aet for tbe Wof Janu
ary aexi.
JsaMS McNaaabt, E-q. returned yea
today from eaat tf the mountains,
abate be baa been in attendance apoe
saart at L•vision, Idaho. Home lima
tee ladietmeal* were feond e«aia«t
sixteen of the officer and employee of
lbs N. P. R. a. Co. for cutting Umber
trea Oovernment lead adj\oent to the
baa at tbe railroad. On motion of Mr.
MaMaaabt tbsee iodic* n en's were
•asabsd and the bondamtaof tba de
fee dam a rr leased.
ft rent!-met) in Port Townaend. Tee
today, wtensd to go over to Viotoria
aad there take i aaaaoe on the Met 100
tot Sao Pranoano. Us asked wbleb
we* the Vieterta steamer, end tbe North
Psciis waa p.inted oat to blm. He
weal ea beard end waa half way to Se
attts before be foaad oat his mietabe.
Hs tried to get the oaptala to pot bim
so board tba Maitoo vhea they met
bar. bat euald aui de eo. aa tba eapt tin
Md it waa eoatrary to order*.
(Surveys are la progreas for a railroad
tm Spraaoe in a north westerly direc
toe lato the Big Bead oouotry. Ii vtll
seee the Okanoaaa and tbe Badaer
Msaauia euaairy to a rapid settlemeni
and be of Inestimable benefit to tbe
Ottnoiita. ntmilkameea and Salmon
Mvsr uiioiag industries, and ladaee
Mfttal te iavtal in aad develop many
•atsrprtere that are now impracticable
te attempt oa aonoant ef their great
tostotiee from quick and cheap tr taait
to the world's aarketa.
That* are iboot ?4,000 aaekt of oat*
famiium* m >W ttwh of Um rown
at tb* Haubtxnieb mnog, tid tta«T an
lot -etwr prlaaa IV! Uk
nam |'.*t to fat par toa. and hot era are
oaty $-. Vto S2S Heretofore
"fiwwmi baa not bwt rarir toa
J*™ la tbat part at lt« Territory.
*** ** *» thoarbt that by vtiai a hardy
•! (rata la tb* fall, a ««od srop
*f axaaiieat train aaa ba rawed. Oate.
are now tb« pcinat
_ **• «Midaa«a of Thoaa* Prise, w
a«aih Aaanla. n> nailed by the Seattle
W«doeed«t. aad a Bomber of
J™** '*»"• A moo* then. »« a r»
2*- lk« tbiaf tried to aatl It to a
?"*«> Prtaa'a. aad two tba latter
s*a.aa« hi* be »»a tot J atwat
"* '•*» »t a tola. 1 bta tad to aa ID
<*M>*aiiuu. and tba pt*tol na foaad
J~" M bad b**a eotd to a dealer
•* « abo ta a*.d to bar* aold H
T*a laaad aad armial. aad l*e of bta
"* *°* b ® 4 ** **
tfca Taaama V,«, of tha Si
y-. * lebaaabam today ra
wtorta a lattar from bw
r** '• Harry, abo aaa a paaa attar foe
"toTraaaiaeo oa tha Ulfatad bark KUa
r *aayar. Hairy rapoata baring bad a
**parteee', and aara that it «m
•*** a aairaale that all banda aaia
"■ taaaa au a lam fit atorm aa
. *"* raa m vaataia bbth. Tka
l***Ja wblah that took rafn*a araa aa
•■a# that tha «ftaao aaaa and .ma
*"a ia cramped aad
g*«a.aad faarfal aU tba arbita thai
?* .***" araft Mid aapaua. tha
**a aotd aad tha mac aama
to"*btaat ftaw axpomua. Harry
■2? »"U aa tba raat af tha
g? Ito» aaarythnc thay had «tth
tba atotbaa oa thatr par
Seaa.^LSr'"T.* 11 * k " aad
L*ba Shore wd Baetera
toMqoak valla? rtan4t;«tMHw. and
tarday. amartaa detail*. aad laporteat
At 7 e'eioafc lartaicbt tbeastin^aarty,
•Kb tba atorpttoa of Mf. fetor, nt en
gineer. toft for the Baal tm Mr. On*
Bhaafe m ad Kukata*
Mm MfaiM Portland. Tba Wte
oo MR;." WIU N<TN ** BEETTIE
L« rfniat T FOOT Imixaaucn
wd mntnui *iu! ail
owMod therewith, u>d Am Ma ob
tained iko following taforaatkxi
Friday afternoon the eocapeny aeeared
'roai H. L IMIM % atrip of M tt
Hading traa ib* w «t«rn boaMbir of
hM donation ataim eoeib to Mill afreet,
jo* o«M4t the Shore Uw road, with •
«SS-foot float— on 1111 HIM aad «s
teartiug oat into the aaa 800 fort, am
«kM ib»y will ml a paaaaagar and
freight depot. There is (till a vasal!
(IMO* required to nttt UM MMMn
aoaooni of land, bat It is theagbt ao
obetaataa will ba thrown m tba way of
the loapuf'i atrariof tbat. If ao
fQ«fc oMtMU ftßptftM. Mm Blttff Will
be sioaad ap in *8 boor*, Mid work oo
tbo road will ba waiini in 30daya
tba Seattle Oinii i
eoapoeed of Meaara. Law;, Bark* aad
otbera, offered tba eoapany *7 blaoks
of l»nd gratia If Um; woo id extend tba
line to Bonth Seattle, bot tko offer waa
daotto d, aa they do aot rnrpoee baild
tag eoeth of Mill street. Tb» Uat words
Mr. Crawford aald to J id«« Borka «tn:
"L-t aa know aa soon aa ton aaaara tba
Nation alia wa want, botwaae Mil. and
Detain bi* etreeta, aad w* wIU ordar tbe 1
roa shipped to feattle at onee "
la apeaking of tba run of tba p rty.
lodge Barkt aaid; Their ioprrasioa*
wara all favorable. They expresaed
tbamae i«aa aa agraaably aarpriaad at tba
•is* of tba plane aad tba thrift, warp
and tuterprtae of ita oitisaaa. Tbof
•era delighted wltb tbo oiiaitla. aad
daolared tbat tba Sqiak VaJlar wat tba
prattiaat ititla tbo; «»r aaw. la
fast, it fairly nbawd them. Aa ibat
war* oreamg tba aaoaataia ba weeu
Newaaitla aud Sqatk, aad when oa the
dirida. tba eioad* Intel, aad th»re waa
apraad before mem tba maat brilliaot
panorama. At tbair feat lay tba baaa
itfal B>jaak Vallay, Bqotk Bloagb aad
tba r alley throagb wbtab tba aioogb
caaaadera oa ita way to Lake Washing
too. A little to tka aortb a ial iba aaaa
tba ■hlmnertag water* of Ltkaa Waab
tagtoa asd Uaioa, aad to tba weat tba
•ataf* of Paget Booad. Beyond aad to
tfc# §H|| fgn (JutJldt kitOtftl (fid tbt
rtnoqaaimia faaa, taroogb wbieh their
road will ba bailt, aad to tba waai tba
snow-eepped peaka of tba Otyapie or
Ooaet Hange. k mora biaatifel aataral
ptnorama ta aeidooi if •»« beheld."
Taa Jodrf* oontieoed: •• I'oeae pcoptr
in beta ukiw aa donation at oar
haodt. All the* aak ia a right to lay
tbatr traak aad a plase to beild lheir
otty peeaeogsr aad freight atattoo. A
faw private oit i*n« ba»o takaa tba taak
a poo tneir band* to aeon re tba lattar,
aad bare about ooaipletfd arrange
manta to giro them tba rvqstred atalieo
room, an* aa I aaid before, if ao oa
aea«aatry o tot tola ta tbnwn ia oar way .. . IHT u. l
mm wall kaaa tha nrran iiammi * a all Mrtm tOf IW7 M H A IBIOWI &
we will bare tbo erraaaeoMOta all eo«a Tbut . ( Call aad one. d«3
Dieted la forty eubt boor*. 1 M u
•tired tb«t work will eommenoe on the
road witbin tbi If day* after lb* oon
pMlon of tbla matter. I bi* t* the fir*t
railway enterprise we bare ever known
somiog bere tbat ba* not ealled for nb
•onptldoa. boantiee, or aid* of aotne
•ort. All tbla oompaay wk* of tbe elti
itkt I* roo o fur ita paaeenger and
freight depot. At Smilb'l Uo*o the
oompuiy bate aeaared a large trast of
land with abondaat frontage for tbe
handling at it* eoal. iron, wheal, lumber
and other heavy f raigbte, and oonatrna
titia of roaodboaeea, *hope and other
•xtenaie* work*.*
Dartag Pndav afternoon a Member of
tbe party laid to a gentleman is Urn
ureeenoe of tbe writer: "the Seattle,
Lake BbJf* aad Ka*tern Hallway will be
ranaing from Seattle Into Spokane
rail* two yta-* from tbi* Cbrittma*."
rauMtk
John Seavey and wife earn* op from
Port Unable yeeterday o tLu plana.
Qeorge W Dwelly, of Port Blakelr,
eaiue to Seattle laat night on a abort
rial i.
Hon. T. M. Reed, Jr., Bepreeentalive
elect from lharatou County, waa in tbe
oily yeeterdey.
Benjamin Millar aad daughter of
Port towneeod arrived la ttaattla from
dawn Sound yeeterday.
Owen Kitebev, faremaa of the Port
Uaotble mil la, and hie vita, are via
mac frteade in tbe oity.
H. P. Coombs, warden at the United
3la lee penitentiary, is spoodiug Chriet
rnae at home vitb hie family.
Kev. H. L Balea, peat r of tbe Ooo
gregaliuoal Church of Seattle, retaroed
home from Portland last Bight after a
week's abesaos.
Oeorge K. B. M >nk, drsogbiaman at
Halt's antp yard la Port Biakely. was la
Seattle y-eterday ea route to bis farm
oa While Btver.
Mrs. A. H W. Ktyaor, taaobar at tbe
Aaate Wright Seminary of laeoma, is
sDendinti tba Cbrtetmas holidays In
Seattle, tbe gaeet of Mre. J. H. Wn.tUe
sey.
Tbe Mieeee Mamie De Wolf. Hole a
MeNaotibt, B anehard and Ham don are
same tram attending asbool a. tbe Sem
inary at Taeoma daring tbe holiday
Vtoauots.
General B. O. O'Brlea earn* dova I
from too Capital etty rbarsday mgl 11
aad returned yeeterday. Some bitch
baa oeeorred in tbe orgamauteo ef the
proposed nev military eompanv there,
aad he oame d >vn la bto offlc al eapao
ity to eoasalt la regard to M.
Mre. Neviav ef Portland, who kae
b*eu m the otly for three data past, tot
on bar reteru yeeterday hy the Ptot
vo H1 la aetHM oa that st«amer ebe
ha I tbe asteforiane to icjare her ankle
severely and it ts feared broke It. bat a*
the boat vaa juei lea lag the silent of
toe lajary ooald not to aenertained.
Mitrri«« tat**.
poet toaaaaao, Doe. S* -Bark 0o»-
|ita.Otptoln liaaaaaa, aad barkaatiae
Ktiokitai. Oapuia Cat!**. wn towed to
fart Gambia reatarday by tha la* fyee.
lUrk Tberbald, Uaptata tU-d. ar
mad laat ataaiH freaa HoooJala. 86e
I <ada laaaboc at Port Ouabto for Baa
Fratolam. _
Saip Yoeamlto. Captain Saaadara,
U.Stloaa. arnard bora laat eeeainc la
tow of l»« 1 t*a.oo*l lade* fro" Taao
ta* for San Franoiaeo. Itha aailtd for
bar deeuoat'oa tbia bmih.
tl iliiiiwtar Hainima. laptoia Elliott.
JBo toaa. amaad bera IB la moratac fro*
Po»t Ladlow lauibar ladea fa* San
Mra.
Iba toa Riafeair raporta aaaiaa a
anhoonar u> tha Htnuta. 1 bta aohoo*e<
■a appoaail to ba tha Qaaae. from iha
Die*.) She at) load a oar*o of lambar
at Fort LHaooaary far Max mm.
"Lau tb* Min ir " Kttta Pataam
I* a pri aaa faaortto with Saattia paopla
la aaj aharaaba* aabioh aha andartak**.
hat aa Uaa. tha H.daap. aha aapeotalSy
dalwbta tbam. Hua la tha third tuna
la «oiah *ha baa avpaarad hara at tola
tala. and aha waa aa aatbaaiaaua ap
piattae from bar aadlamaa laat <r*aia«
a* ah* hatoa attba* af the paanoo* oo
nal T - wbieh I* aayta« a aood deal
Sha aaa aa4l aapportad, and to«ay that
iu aadtaaaa aaa all plaaaad aaaraaly
aaiaia aa impraatooa af tha pt*aaart
arbieb ttey were afforded "Little Btia
foot" aOl ha paaaiatad at tha > a'aiock
mattaaa thta aftacaaoa. aad "Tha LitUe
Uataatiaa" thm aaeaiatt.
SEATTLE DAILY POST -INTELLIGENCER. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 25. IMS.
Tbeoaborday K- E. Lo*y MM a mm
ran. iadetßK fr.m tbe foUoartac lettar.
*«•!«• is ■ Bhß, bold ta»< d. sad re- \
oerwd by Mr. teat .wlw
(Ucuus Kitaap Oo D.K W*^
al wmwa Broke wbea fa* Saving Bat be
Ml Sew rood sad I *ut torn tied it
itoMiiiM. From ycore Traly
The bark »MHn Thayer, Caputia
fteri—a. inM ta port Uat nubi aad
wee land to Yeeier'e tkuf. TbU ia
bar Swamp a* the • oaet. havtaa baao
board aa a maul frurhaar. Bbe la
BOW of Parkiag
SbiZT"afitebrtaL'teTTo*
tisa bilaiia tbia aad apriaa, wbao tba
make masting voy fM*Clilfeiaram«
•ba brt(U • aarto of iwinl mm
abasdiaa (or Part lowniaad aad Saai
Ma, aad la ratara will load aaal aad
timber at Taaoaaa fat Saa Fraaataao.
Tooth bMba at Binnooctt Taaax'a.
Poaltry aad cam. Cut. F. Fauci.
6c. DO7 IKS 5C aub. Caaana Cuui.
Toilet aoap at Haanooca A Tmt''.
Fee raiema, eitroaa aad ear
raata, aata aad oaadiaa a* to tfaroea'a.
Batebalr aad ponea. B« bargaiaa.
dalS Canrtaa CLBAIT.
Doable width oaubmen tt yards for
flat W, p. BOTDA CO'a.
fUamaacaißra.—The largeet aaaort
aast, la. to $2 SO aaeh. Cua. CLUIT.
Oake of ooap free, with eaeb porebaae,
at Hjaaoaa A Taaax'a. dels
25j A big lot of 36-iaob b*a»» home,
■poa aartMga. t aarrca Cuai.
Fm UOOTIO Corras every da; at
HDWW A MOUI'I. tjal
la. A lot of laee, at rung, IX ino'iee
aide. 1">. aaab. Caaaraa I urn
Oar eloaka uiaat be mm oat at or
halo* eoat. W. P. Bora A Co.
New uliai joat ia. Square to a eent
Casaraa CLUIT. d«l9
M.AK. OoTTeTais, aola ageaia of tba
wtebratcd J. F. Cotter whiaky. 006
12a. oar d tea baadkerebief a, at tba
aaab etore. Caavraa Cuui.
If IKADO toilet aoap at Haaaaoooa A
faaara. da 19
Springer Una. oloaka at eoat.
de 7 W. P. BOTD A Co.
Call at Uaaaaoccx A faaax'a for a
bottle of Qam ftw Omab ajrap free.
A epieadid nueolored Japan tea far
■ Oa. at Hooaaa A Mnxaa'a. ijal
A foil I toe of eoraeta. 36 oeoie a pall
at W P. BOTD A Oo'a.
MIKADO toilat aoap at Hiaaaoocx A
Tamai'a. d«l»
Sorniano Saw.—Helf-aolored plaid
plant. Ueehpnoee. I'nantCmti.
Real bargain* in oloake. Moat go at
ooti. W. P. HOTS * Co.
All linen table dama*k at 18 eente, at
tbe San Praaoieoo (tore. d! 7
Qente' white and faoer border eilk
aadkershiefe— booeat valaea. Oiata*.
Bqaibba Chilblain Lotion eare* every
■aee. for *ale by Utaaaooca k Imaai
Cam. Mnxaa'a Eagle Store la tbe
plane to go fur «si—t grootriw. <l*ll
Sqaibbe Chilblain Lotion ii i never
failing remedy. For eale at Htaaaooca
A Tana re. dt3
$4 60 We offer a line af S7.SO Boa
ola walking jtoketa at S4.W eaab. Per
feet fitting. Cuam Cutn.
Hauxioaaraae fur bolide? present*.
All goede ma. ked to plain flooree.
Uantu OUUT. del 9
Pncaaap.— Floabee, all oolora. We
bate made eon a special porobaaee and
offer extra vat nee. Caaaraa CUUI.
Inhaler free witb eaeb bottle of Ex
settlor Catarrh Core, at Haanaoocx A
laasi'a au9
SO;. Snrab aatin, eery Una and heavy,
regular ft qaalny, all eolere, SOo. oaab.
dal9 CHEST aa Cuut.
Tbe Weatere vjueen Havon la mana
featured eoly by tbe Meal lie Hasp Co.
No betwr soap made, try It. •
New black dreaa goode. Wa offer a
line of $1 as qnlily for 75a eaab. Caaa
raa Gutaax. del 9
If yon vent to aee a grand dtepiay af
handkerchiefs go te tbe San Francisco
store. Qjly 86oeete per deasa. dJ7
Prank Mtwkee' Spring Motors aad
Revolving Display Oaaaa at Sum A
HALL'S, agenta la Seattle. noli
We do not give oredil, eo pleaae don't
aak for it, aa ve have to refaaa yoo.
E o»tern oaab prie—. Caaaraa darn.
Seta. Pall vidth. all liaaa, table
li-"> 25 eeote per yard at
W. p. BO*B * Ca'a.
Elect no Bittern to eold at fifty seats
a bottle, and Baeblea'e ftrnloa Halve at
XSa per bos by ft. B. Sravsnt. oe2dv
Try tbe Waa era Qceen Savon. It to
a thoroughly good soap. Aak yoar gro
eer for It. •
ft PITTSBI Dotxia OIL Psnrngo gle
an avay to every purchaser ef a sewing
machine, from nov an 111 Nev Tear'a
J. W. Joan, Craaker Baildina. da 22 9
$3 SO. ft bandenme preeent. We
a lot of $6 Kogliab Mareeillee bed
spread*, vesv large and magoifieenl pnt
leras. at SO etah. Caarraa Cuiav.
U •ilk handkarobiefa *a mo thoa
yoo a luim aaaorti-ent tbaa til olbw
atoraa oombiuad. at half pri -a. Tasua
A Miaoumx. 417
$4 to »7«X $lO. Aa laman aa
*.<rtmenl of aombiaiuoe draaa pattaraa.
aaitaola for holiday piaaaata. Conn
Cuui. dol»
A Ana diapUy for Cbrtatmaa preaanta
of meeracbaom pipe*. roeerachaam asd
atnbar near and cKrareit* boldara aad
SKtar nil I Md . at Lart Bana.
$1 o>kmd Sarah Satta. Wa offer a
tiae at tOc aaah. Only a oaafc atora aao
afford to «taa aaah ralaaa. Caaaraa
I uui. daISJ
Bemiactoa Trpe W ritar a warded ffrat
premiam. Portland. Oratroo. Meabaaiat'
Fair. 1886, aaaaral caaofaiaaa oooap»tia#,
nooa other* raaomaad. no»
For yoar cnieoe araat. plam pnddia*
earrant*. ra.aina aad mtroa. Utnoa k
Mttxaa haaa tha ahotaaat at tha tovaat
pi i aaa la lhatlw. 'ial
KnorD -IB Stewart ha* raaaoaad
hta draa- atoak to hi* format toatto*, la
tha Starr btoak. aast to W. F. Boyd A
Oo "a. *•»
HouD4T PaaaaaT* Toa artit la<! tha
amb*r**ood*M?aary lav prtoaa at Larr
Baaa. QoaamaraUl amat d Iftjtl
Tha " CKJi I liMKltr I* tba maat r*P
alar kid (laaa la km ana., $1.48 far Aa*
lull ii *t $1 » far atabt baataaa They
ara far hetow tha anaa of hay akha*
Mandard maker, aad fa* St aad dara
btitty at* aa«»**4lad Tha a baaa ara to
toil prteaa (tb* rSor* ieaataaldal vbota
*at* at MCBWABACHEIt BEOS'. daU
aaaartw tain.
Drill, aabttproaf da*k cordaroyMd
STAB CLOTHLXG HOUSE, KLDTE * BOSEJfKKBO. PROPHDETOBi
MERRY XMAS!
NAPPV NEW YEAR!
STAR CLOTHING MOUSE,
208 Commercial street,
KLINE & ROSENBERG,
Extend a cordial invitation to the people of
Seattle and country to visit their estab
lishment and see the vast preparations
thej have made to supply young
and old, rich or poor, in their
magnificent Holiday dis
play of Men's, Youth's
and Boys' Clothing.
Gents' Furnishing Goods, etc.
Mothers and Fathers,
Children's Mill and Jer
sey suite is the choicest
and most fashionable fab
rics, at $3, $4 and $5.
Youths' Suits —We are
displaying many handsome
patterns and colors at
$4.30, $«, *8 and $lO.
Nobby Bo s* Overcoats—
for small and big boys, at
*3, $4, $5. $6 and SB.
NOTICE, BOYS.—With every boys* suit we pre
sent gratis an elegant tool chest.
Our Men's Suit and Overcoat
DEPARTMENT
Grand Assortment of Holiday Presents
For gentlemen, a handsome line qf Neckwear, Hats,
4a loves, Collar and Cuff Boxes, Silk Suspenders, Linen
Silk and Initial Handkerchlets, Hosiery, Jersey Jack
ets and many articles too numerous to mention. This
will he a grand opportunity to purchase Christmas
presents at prices unheard of.
KLINE & ROSENBERG,
208 COIMBitCIIL STRBET.
Soother M but. II to »'• only aafe
medicine yet made that will ratio*# all
infaatile d sender*. It eoataiaa ao
OHIMI or mnrpAiat, bat «ivo* the ehsld
Html mue fnm ft u» Prto* 26 eeate.
Bold by A. B »r*wu«. Dnuutot. dU
a a Ciaa. ot Dnuato Milto, Pa.'
aaya be raved tba life ef hto abild with
oroap bv aatna Oilaaora'a Ma«neue
Eltxar. A. a Srsrvurr. aaetst. dw
Lediea wiabiac beaotifally fiuio* oor
ah whtoh (H*e i-aae aad aoafoat to the
w*arer. aea he aeooaaodated by Ijav
lM order* aad uieaaarvaaeot at Maa
Mooaa'a draaaakia* ratabltohmaot. oa
Seoood etreol uppoaite ME. Oh a rots del
Chrto. to liter'a EaatoS ore haajato ta
aeived a freah atook of thoar tae Ka«t
era etoara. -t tha Havana Cheroota,
Oorporal aad Cabaa braada. dell J1
If yoa want a sea Aw Oum by tha
qstart or aaltoa. fifj/ft read? for the
table, kila dried Eaatera eora anal,
pateat ballad S—Ur» baekwheat. Hat
oaa keapatheaa. del*
O. Davtaa A On. will aaa* aay rrdao
lioa oaade by hook dealer* ia prieae of
bouka. We alwaya aeaa to aeU at the
luweet poaasble rataa. bat whea other*
•ail a few artiotae below eoet to wia
eauoaawe. wo ariU dsaenaat their prior*.
We wutrr aa cnrooaa-LO. da2S
Pine elm til fnaa Ihe Qaito Olive
Peraa. Saata Clara Ooaaty. Uhlifarato;
Alfred Wnaht'a aaeqaaied /lewrto# a
mrnet, aad a fan aaaiinaaa- of ftae rro
eenea. 1 will oo<«par. prioa with aay
hoaao a the euy aad alwaya gairaatee
the faality . .
dele AuaßstotMkWPwaiWaat
Ladsaa aaed aak BOW enaplasa thai
they aaat pat ftae «*d atvliah haaa aad
Mtkttff rtfSSll
Hd Madwoa atraeta. rhat aaorafaaUy
■ arnaa a ftae akoefc. aad aaito at a vary
low pnee. Kverybody eheald po la
kuLITcT. Ptoprtokara. del
Do not l»j out • dollar in
boy*' clothing until yon
have keen oqr beautiful
assortment of many new
novelties. Yon wUI have
cause to rejoice it the Im
mense bargains. Note the
prices: The AMt charm
ing variety of knee pasts'
snits at $2.50,93.50, $4.50
$0 and SB.
—• Here we are showing hun-
dreds of elegant suits and
overcoat', ranging la prices
from $5, $6, $8 and $lO, as
2 well aa a large variety ot
C Finest Dress Suits and
Overcoats
>
Manufactured, at sl2, sls,
2 *lB **s
•C Every buyer delighted with
r Our Low Prices.
Tooth hroahea at Huaaoocm A Taaai'a
Treat'a Corn Oare at all draagMajMSa
New battoaa and eleapa. Ctetern
aaah pctoaa. Cmm rma Cuuat. del*
Mnttao toilet aoap at Huaaooca Jt
Tuat'a. del#
Lediea heavy ribbed aariao hoee. all
oolora, 10 aeaita a pair. W.P.SOTDAOO.
CAM. New tola Jaal la. Caaaraa
Cuot. dalS
Apple batter aad aider Jrtly.
OeM Om. r. ratac*.
OocDfnnara aad hiaaketa. Kaetern
aaah pneea. Cnam Cuui. del#
Any aaa wtahtac to bay a piano will
do wall to aaa fun Xnrmi.t. who to
the manafaetarara' acact for the aaie
hrated Wehar aad DeaherA Saw aiaana.
aad to Mtba* thean dlreea from the fae
tortoa. I will awaiaatea a artw ol
rroaa «7> la «UO. OOee wHh "eUa.
Parco OaU or write for prtoa, al»dw
beat bto>d creparu'too kaowa. It will
peeKieelr ear* all blood diaiaaia. part-
Sea the whole ayaara, aad tboroaahly
m tb# oo&atstniKm. Remember,
wasaaraataato. Sold by A. B. Srawaar.
Dnmtet. deli
Baa. W. r. Iwt, Paaltor Chart*.
Aarsra. lUa., aaya that Qilaaw'a Aro
aatto Wiaa to a hnaeahald raaady aad
that aa faatoiy ahoold be artlhoat to. A.
B Snwear, aaewt-
Ladwe ahoald kaow .bey ototala ooH
thoee free froa aetaoaa. Praaaaaa a
Med sealed laTtatM* Paoe Powder to
SSSiSSeliSiptoatoa.
Btoh Itaa loaaetaa. We are the aaly
hoaao that eamee exuaasly dee Soaao
: BAJL All
* BAR VfUJfCISOO STORK, TOKL4B * SQTOXKMIN, W»rfU*TO«4.
i SAITTBAII c is c o~sTol
IMMB MIST.
These we import direct, and parties buying
from us may feel assured that they purchase
them as low as any can procure them from the
importer. In this, as in other branches of our
importations,
We deal directly with the manufacturers
and pay no margins to middlemen,
Aad as we pay cash tar all the goods we purchase, we have no use far the assist
ance of say combination that will necessitate the customer pay lag aa extra proit.
For instance, we can sell a full 19-inch imt hem stitched hand
kerchief at 35c. per doz., that cannot he bought from
any jobber for less than 50c. per doz.
We offer 200 doz. colored border, ladies' 19-inch imt, hem-stitch
handkfsat 50c. doz., which cannot be bought anywhere
else for less than §1.50 per doz.
We offer 50 doz. Gents' Real Japanese Silk Handkfs
8t 75c., that cannot be found anywhere in this city or
San Francisco for less than §l2 per doz.
We show some of the finest cslored and white Embroldtred Hand kerchieft that
are imported, and at evea a greater discount from regular prices
than the low-priced goods.
WE ASK SPECIAL INSPECTION OF THESE GOODS.
o
WE WILL COSTIKVB OIK SALE Of
Table Damask and Napkins.
We open twenty dlflVieat patterns of German Damatks at I He., 25c,, 3712 c.,
50c., €2 I te., 75c., 87 l-2c. and sl, that will compare with any goods
at double the price that can be found in any other store.
Christmas display of Fancy Goods in center window.
Christmas display of imported Dress Robes in seuth window.
Special tale of black and oolored silk next week. See Sunday*! POST-IKTKLLIOENCKK.
TOKLAS & SiNCERMAN.
Corner Commercial and Washington streets, Heattle.
Any goods bought from us can be exchanged or money refunded.
SSATTLK BAZAAR, H. t. LMVT, PROPRISTOR.
NEW, HEWER, NEWEST!
Those who have heretofore examined our stock would be
surprised were they to visit us today and see how many new and
attractive goods we have since received. A great many choice ar
ticles intended for our opening and delayed en route are now ar
riving.
The various agencies of the European factories have carte
blanche to send us all the novelties that are being brought out for
the Holiday trade, and at this time we are in daily receipt of at
tractions that will weU repay the trouble of a visit from customers.
Visitors to our city must not fail to give us a call and see
our rare exhibit.
LEVY'S SEATTLE BAZAAR, 210 212 Commercial st., in Bruns
wick Hotel Building, H. E. LEVY, Prop.
SEATTLE HARDWARE COMPANY
Jobbers and Retailors of
GENERAL HARDWARE,
MIICIILTIIMI IMPLEMENTS, toSSEIS' SUPPLIES, INN Ml
Steal, Coat Chain. Cordage. Mm Twlaa skip Chaadlary, (tottery.eto. A W|W« llao at HMM Be 14Owfc llM*
for tb» ooi«br*ied BalnWaroa. 11l from e€r.«rt, Moattie, W. T.
tnm au VMTK.
lira. Pboabe Obreley, Peteraoo. Clay
Oik, lava, trlla the follnwsng remark*
Ma etacr. the troth uf which to roebrd
fat by Ua reeid-nta at the Iowa: "I a*
73 yean old, here baea troubled with
kidney complaint and laaeaaaa for
aaay years eoald not dreaa myaelf
without help. Sew laa free from all
pftta aad ooraoeea. and am able to do all
ay own hoaaawork. 1 owa my thaaka
to Elaotrso Bittere for bans* reoewed
ay yeath. aad removed eompletel* a I
dtaaaae and pala." Try a bottle, only
60a., mA- a Srawaw'a drag were. dw
rau Tsass.
Tba red nation ot internal reraone aod
the takiac o*a< HMte etanipe from
Proprietary towisoioee. a* doobt tea
largely beaeflEted the eoaaaaora. aa well
aa relievia* tba bardea ot hoaaa ®aa
ofaatnrer*. Baoamaily ia Ihto the oaaa
with Ortm'l Fbmr od BoerW.
Sfrmp, aa the redact*.* of
JES£"£ldftb aon ■«»« «• »• V"
75 oast assa. The Augmtt FU*mr for
Oyapepata aad Lrear OooipUtat and
the Crraim Apr*p lor Ooaph aad Laoa
troabtae. hate, prrhepe. lb* larpeet aato
of any aeedwlaee a the world, lbead
_Tu.il Lf Irirm—' atae of the bottler
will be tteatly appreatetad by the wo*
and afl etad ia ovary tawa awl villa*
m omltaed ooaotma Jtopte boktlea
WOVV Voc Leloc dto»«a- If y"a
haaa a e«wh or eald, oa the ahOdna an
thraakead with aroap or ahutiplat eoaoh
aee Aeker'e Kaaliah Btaady aad ■*»-
vrnt farther troahle. ll la a prdun
trait. rrtatWaad
SOaaata. Sotdtrr A Bt.Tre.arT. dra«n»l
r\\A And rellah 1 * aaedieto* are
VJVW M f.O depead apoa.
Aeher'a Blwuu Kistu h«a beers preeeriPwd
fer yeara for all imparitier of the Mood.
In every fora of aerofaloea, •yphilttto or
sueroartal dieeaaaa it ia ioaalaahla. far
rbroaaattoas, baa ao rqaal. Sold ha A.
| A Srawaat. Drantot. dLS
rwm aMitiei BTUMIT im
Boaainc batweea Ltaarpoal aad Qae
baa, tbenoe by rail to all potato ia the
Ceiled Statea. Sail froa Ltaarpoal
every Thoreday, rmlltna at Belfaat, aad
froaaQaehao tuday^Htaainara
ltael"whJje Ihe voyaca ■ SCO ailaa
ahorter Itoa via Haw York, three daya
|ot It ia the aaeolh water* ef Ihe OaU
and rsvrr St. Utwraaaa, faaed for
ane aold at
! toweet rataa. 4too drafta aa Earope
and baak raaitkaaaaa to aay paatefltar I
nlilna A. - Ttahat A«eat
far the Northern Paatde B. IL iyUdw
A CArTAira ratnitri »i«*t
tat.
Capt. Coif an. aahr. Wayaoath. ply
snc between Atlantte City aad R. I.
, ha« beaa troabted with a anoKh ae that
I he waa tnable totoeee, and waa iadaoed
to try Dr. Ksatt'a Sew Dieaorrry tor
Oeoea Hl prints It aot aaly «ave hla
uaataai relief, hot nlrtm
wr*'uatiarly aSaatal. aad a atowto
dnaa had the aaaw happy eteat. Dr.
bai'e Sew Dtoaovan m now Ihe Maa
dard rewedy so the Galea aa b< leebaM
aad aa board the aahooaar. free Trial
Bottlaa of totto ataadard aaaaady at A a
hifuri Dra« ttonaa. dw
Slav, a J. Wnrui. of Clarkaoß, X.
T, aaya Qtlaora'a Aioaaaito Wiaa (a*
Paaale Weafcaaaa alaada wtohoat a rival.
A. a Utrstsg dw
Caae aad aae ear itophy ef Ohrtoa
aaaa aaaaWtoa. Stoaa oeaaadaaWS p.
aa. weak B*bt». aad 10 p. at Saturday
A»vica to xjtmiiis.
Mm. *atu)w'i Moonom Man, to
ofclidraa tMUuac, to im yuritiitM of
000 of tbo b«« fomate llna ud pby-
Www note lb* Oaitod Suuaa, u4 1m
Moiiqood for forty ywe Mt MW
(ortkMMMbtSmi."onhau thtmSS
'-•-ft ~*~T Iff tlMlTltehl* II
ftlteM tfeo MUd fron pais. niw dy»-
rar^nr^riiius
to *. *>Ud u M ». MM? na
bittlt. urfldwly
by dm Utaf'i Dnn*
l»bt»i. > b*v v* ■ poottira tui (or
Dvoimimm, lodwwtioe, Fteiafaaoy ud
SSTITSSI
Drsviat. dl£
ran MUMtiii u«II> uitmi
tit rati at fm» m » mot* *«*ooobteMd
nluM f uaiiy r—ody, M M fa MB);
taken by old tod yawm, ud fa (twfl
ud c*«ou«* Id oana« iUMtoai Coo
tttHMmn mm! itM May Ilia 4tfrHH§fn
on t iml or Mm toßdmoß o# Mm
Kidney*. Uwr m< Bo«ofa. It Mfa
wbiah il mm ndMtlHM , UM?tot
Mtltby ootmty. For wte tij tB,
Btofut A 00.. hoottfa. W. T. d»
BKUUM OHU IUIE
Tl»o Hoot m*o ta m* nrtd Mr (fate,
Bnuoao, tan, Cfaon. Ml IW.fr
tor Mom, lottor. Oboaood Heede,Ohti
bUa*, OHM ud atfHUi InfttMa,
ukS yrtHwl; mm Pttah or «® »»y
by A.
B. HWMt. 4*
K*». H. & Enu, M f •TtUoa, N.Y_
■n at Otlrouro't tmuiu Nm "I
botarro It to M » —I lidirtli wih
to M pfaood » Maty fumly." k. &
•«■»»«, ««Mll «V
u. A tot of budtwMh. Only •
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