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THI PGSTIIt TELLIG OCIE Nt hto-i OlSlTtmtl WeekiT tm tke ram Kmttdtmf. neattis. Warts. T nr. rr nn Dallj 1 year, in sdsaaee »W * Mb. t aumtb " »» Wmof. l Tt*>- Weekly.« Bandar, I fear, 1 -- . . Jj® Weekly ao.i -usrfar.l/ear.la adece * it Weeair. When »<* p«id ia adranee. * « ar unna. Daiir. per week.. » eejrta fcahscrlben orlerfn* mUrmtm &m>4 tin tile <M iA4nm aa well aa tbe Be* »tm. A'''' rrm all remittances to pocr I»r*LU 'VI. SEW CABisrr TIMBER. The two names most recently men tioned in ronnectiofi wstb President Harrison'a Cabinet are those of 'ien eraJ Powell f !ayton (A Arkan*a« and ex Oorernor Alt«ert <i. Porter of Indi ana. '•eneral Powell Clayton has long been a prominent leader of the Repub lican party in the Southwest. He aer*ed with credit in the army of the Cnion and at the dose of the war settled in Arkansas He waa after wards elected governor of Arkansas and served one term a* I'nited States senator from that state Before the expiration of his term the Democrats bad secured full possession of Arkan aas. and lie waa accordingly compelled to retire to private life. He has not since held any public office. He was a supporter of the third term move ment in tbe Chicago convention of IHHi an>l four years later threw the vote of the Arkansas delegation to lilame Though (he odium which attached to (lie name of carpet bagger In the eye* of the Southern people for a long time rendered General Clayton unpopular, tbe people of his state now recognize his honesty and ability. He ia said to be very popular among them, though, of course, a" a K"p lican he is effectually barred from any office within their gift. He is spoken of as a possible Secretary of War. Ei-<»overnor Porter is among the heat known of the Republican leaders of Indiana. He served as first auditor of the treasury under tbe Hayes administration, and resigned In 18N0 to accept the Republican nom ination for governor oi Indiana. The brilliant and triumphant campaign which followed gave h;m a national fame and he ha* since been recognized aa one of the most able leader <of the Republican party. He was frequently mentioned as an available candidate for the vi< '-presidency last year, and tbe Indiana delegation at Chicago wa> prepared to support him for the *e< ond place on the ticket in case the nomination for tbe presidency went to an Kastern man. He was after wards urged to a- cept another nomi nation for governor of Indiana, but peremptorily declined. He was the chairman of the Indiana delegation at the Chicago convention, and had the honor of placing the name of Cen. Harrison before the convention as a candidate for the presidency. !!•• took an active part in the recent cam paign anil rendered distinguished ser vices on the stump in Indiana and in other states. His honesty, ability and popularity are unquestioned. The country would have no cause to cotuplain if either or both of these distinguished Republicans should l»e numbered among: the members of the new cabinet. NOT ENCOtKAOING The statesmen who are anxiously hoping for invitation* to enter Harri son'a cabinet might curb their impa tience if they would but consider the experience of the members of the present cabinet. Certainly none of tlic ofluial advi'era of President Cleveland bave gained in standing: or popularity by their connection with the adminis tration. Before a*Miming his present position Secretary lavard bad for years been looktt! U|K.n a* one of the lyoot able traders of hi. party. Even tliow who were |>»Uiic«]|y opjm«o<l to him rc gar.le.i him as anions the foremost •tatexiuen i>f the .lay. When he •.< a* named In President •'ievelanil ui hi* ncratarjr .if «tate the choice met wiih general approval and the country l<>oke<] forward to and *uc cr-.ftil n.lmini.(ration of the depart tnent of tate. How utterly pee'aUona have l>eeii disappointed it i* needle « to fay. Secretary Bayard wdl I* famous hereafter only as oneof the most (■ersi'.teiit and incorrigible blunderer* among our public men. Kolwdy would now think of suggest tng his name in connection with the pre-idem y. though for ten years prior U> I**-* he had t*ren regarde<l as a ■landing candidate for that bighofllr*. fe. ietarv Manning, v> h -e name fol lowed that of Bayard in the li«t of Cleveland's fir«|cabinet, »as the only one of its members who came up to or exceeded puhhr expectation. lie w»» the t of tli"\r whon; President Cleveland called al»out him ami :t seemed that, of lliem all, he alone w«uld make a creditable and lasting reputation. It was unfortunate for the a > ministration that death soon re moved him trom among its members. Hi* »Ottessor, SccrcUry Fairrhild. was politualiy unknown Ijefore enter ine the cahlaet, and he will sink into olwcuhiy immediately after leaving it Attorney («eneral tiarLind x\:ut re garded as among the leaders of the wnate on the Democratic - ide I it had represented Arkansas for %* veral ten -and wou!.i have Ito n 'e< . - often a" be chose to be. When he left the senate for the cabinet be doubtless rev arded his political career as little more than but already he re *1 ifc* that it ts end d. He a til not even return to hi- native slate. but w;il re tire from politics and take up his rest dene* at Washington The careers of Vilas, Dickinson and tvrui;n»tt a* members of the cabinet have been similarly unfortunate. Lamar wav saved from failure by be ing ttu ked away on the supreme bench, and Whitney has neither gained tier lost in public estimation j since he entemi the cabinet, though he announces that he will never ajrair» loM i publi ' oft e Surely there is nothing in this record lo bring joy to the hearts of aspirant* for positions in the cabinet. Th* itbttidf ol the IVaicx-rat r p*rt\ in rfß.irJ to the .tuty on 004! **» rf in shf Sel:»t« on Wednesday, • hen *ll hut thre* of the Dnmvrttic anulon votfv! (or an *mrniiuifr.t to the wnate tariff bill placing coal on the free fist. Th« amendment. to*- i ever, was fartsnttdj defeated by tJ> a*iantosc/is rote of the BepmUjcaa **»- llen. The mimn of Wniingtoß Territory should remember (his tlx next time that Democratic political ?peake-« aodertake to make them be her# that the Democratic party does not, ar»4 nerer will, derii* free trade in CML Tfce song that the Democrats •ÜBf t> the miners of King county three months afo does not correspond with tbe present action of the leader* of their parte. Tbe people of Kansas hare a habit 'if clinging to a good ptabiu senrant when they find one. They haee elect ed and reelected John J. Inemlls to the I'nited States senate, though he «>• >low in attaining tbe position to which be was naturally entitled, until at last he secured tbe recognition of tbe entire country aa one of tbe ablest and «BO»t brilliant state-men of the day. In tbe same manner tbey hare •hown their abiding faitb in the abili tiei of Preston P. Plumb, whom tbey are about to elect to the senate for the third consecutive lime. Senator Plumb is a careful and painstaking legislator and a strictly honorable man, and the Kansas Ileptiblk-an* •bow their good »en*e by -landing by him. The small wooden building I*tween the Ye«ler-l<earv building and the Starr block should come down. Tbe city council permitted its erection within tbe fire limits about a year ago, upon the distinct understanding that it was to be but a temporary structure and would be torn down as soon as tbe Yesler building was completed. The Ye-ier building was completed many months ago, but the -hanty on Front street still stands. DIKD. BAKER—At Olalla. KlUap county, of paralyftis. January®. David W Bskcr, »g*«d in ytmr*. Biir al to«»k place Shorey's e»tabli*hroent yesterday after noon WHITE—In this city, of cry-?pelaa. Jan uary R). Joaepb A White, aged K8 yearn. Tlie funeral will tak* place to day at his former r<**idenee at J 30 p in. WEIGHT^) PU R P?PRICEs CREAM Making Powder PERFECT lu superior eiceiien'-e proven in million* of home* for mo.-* than a quarter of a cen tnry. It 1s us**d by the United state* Go* eminent. Endomd by the head* of the Gn at Uuiversltie* a* the Str«ng«*st, Purest and Mo*i Healthful. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder dm** not contain Ammonia. Lime or Alum. Sold only in cans. PUICE BAKINO POWDER < 0. S»« Y»aK ( HU'AOO. XT. LOUIS. Advertisement* under the h a is of lx*t Found, For Hale, To Let and Situation* Wanted will be inserted at the rate of 2 cent* a word for first insertion; 1 cent a wo:d for eaeh subsequent insertion Pay ment always in advance. The following:letters are awaiting adver tisers at this office: A. C. IC B.C. j M. ('. K. I W. H. j M. M. fiarma ;*'<>■ i NEW ADVKRTISKMKNTJi. SARAH KKNDALU M. U. / > RADIATE OF HOMfeOPATHIC COL " I lege. and f om Philadelphia hospital practice. Particular attention to women, children n*u\ oh*tt»trlc»; street. Stockholders' Meeting. 'I !:♦• rrgu'ar annual inciting of the stock holders of the S«at?le American District Tikirtok C«W|nny wiQ be bdl at the company s « . 'Ti < e i:i ,-eat If, on Monday, January I?* I vf, at 'J o'clock, p. m. F J OKA NT, Vice President, C A M *t* «n. S-cret^r*. d 2 » HKI.I' WANTKO. I%' \MKD- BVKHKK FOR SAT ▼ ▼ Qrdai ani Sunday: 2811 Front street. \\ • A \IKI~ IVVKN rv • riv h T.UI 111 ▼ * br-Jc*- men; wages |;i ;>er day Ap- I t»ty at office Sno<jualniie Hop Ranch. O. I>. Gndfoil. FIKS r < LASS i AI>Y ( OoK »» f--r a private boarding hou*<; only | first riass need «t p!y Corner Front and Ms'tison. over IV-ifl*- Drug -tore. U'AMKi'. . \TnT \ ITvF \ N1» IN *» teiitif'-nt, to represent, in her own locality, an old firm. References given «'.) d r«'«,!»;rt tl. Permanent position and <«H»d sniar> Address Manufacturing tl • :».• J ... k R«.x ' >- N. w York U* ANTED—AN AC fiVX MAN OF at-ou? 2.« or .»"> v*ars of age, of good add res*, to obtain contracts for the sale of « My resl estate, locate lots and show prop nerties to purchaser*. Salary $-0 a mouth. keferene»-« appreciated Address, iu own ' 'i', ' u to-'*! MM IHMOM U tM ► li IV ANTED K SITI I i >N BY \ FIRST *» < ir.'i tr. Address, l.auudrv, this oflVce \\* a N T~AICATIv.N AS WAtTkR »» or for r uerai h' :<?work. Address E A , eare this offire. IVA ** kin iof an lon rat «• position. Ad (frt-s* *■ . ft l !v office 11' ANTE- oY A YOi'Ni, MAN OP '' . . ivp.-:-, .f,av «-.': on any h>>uorable business. Address «vt «"-.r*»*. th'n ofll< f F«K MS* NT |> AM' i • % Rl> Fi'il OKN ILEM \ N I* and v. at Cot: :d H ';s t I4>' FT»«nt strevt. |,>>R RENT—NICK. COMfOKTABUC I r s v.-. fnrnis rd C IS F« irrtj sirevt, cotter Ma 1 is.»n i»K.N 1' \hl v I roome, «• mth sMtel Martanhtlieui ffilfth «iv? Fins Btrerts •»\ k< • RNFK k< wirj a ftri |] ,ita W Front street. - p.) if.! t. »»- AND \ FVW I < stak;--. avn at« f«si ! v y-*u*> a Ktwfv-.i Third ai d F, urJb corns r a}tey • bite hntHi l''»K KKM PAK Nt \ FFK 1 Hi»ut !. •in grs'e prs\a«e fam . gu.vi x :e*» S r corner Eighth and Wash «ngft»n LH»K iis.N i t- I'RNLsHED PARLOR AM' I hedroo; or t»»« nnie on ittwt. iitar James, references lhu rtffiiN JKIM V RNIsHEDfuON R M drsirab'e location, lutjairr r%.K»m 6© !>t v Yes-er bJork L»K KKNr HAM'MUt Mi'l'KKV I f-K , 10 Uh mtica ilrt!>nr. farKilcrv **> ctscap for ca»h; holm wi!h »!e*;rahi.- VMrrta K*r«» C"*tw>*. !bi#rttW L v 'K RfSI-HoCV»!t AND ROOMS I «fc rwT: KE, I"uloti block. "|>i HKr-i ««ut AM' W \KKHoOE. 1 A Bark** funsi- MUT «ti**. Columbia Kiwt SEATTLE POST-INTELLIGENCER. FRIDAY, JANUARY 11. 1889. _ «r*jrF*i»-T« VVA*TEiu-TO LEABK A LOt U» rmO*T " iawon-Mtk «l Ftkest tii«l>yss Jtraem, this oOce. 1I T TO MITT—HOCS* EIVE TO II 'eo rmau;rtatrmity located. A4<lress M £.. l»-ntm .a»ri« ogee 11* AXTXD—TO REST A n**Nl.-HEI> " » solarowfeed tone. S»e to ej£bt room*, witbia fi»e bVicks of basiaes* «w i-r Utlia J R f.. iSll »■» rHUU|| I>E«.TONAL-IF JfATTI* HASTI.t-irf » ;o seal tie. pieaae write r. H aboard, this i>S<*. i*frm<sal ir < HAKI.ES r. CASEY. I formerly of *saa Francisco. will p!ae« bim««rif in roßinsaoieation with M. C Oa»- •eu, of 10 Pbeian Boildlng. San Francisco, be will retire ioionnatKJo of calae to bim. and that inf >-taatlon of bis where aboa-s wi'i be tbaat talis received. - ~ i imr. | MT-I HEtJtIY CAUTtOW AN><>SF 1 > from bflyine a pi we of rrarle serin of N oretn ser issue for Depot street, for tK ». THOMAS H'K'II IUfT-A UKftFT OS THE PTGET SA j Loual Bask, payable to LO. JlcCaos lar.l! by < . S". Byies A COL, Montesano. Pay meat has been stopped and all parties are »a"T'«wl asainst tbe «m". IIWT-riVE DOU.AKS KAWAKO-A j sma'l, copper-colored dog, lame in r;atat fan- 1-*: answer* to the name of < nrly: H. L Tibbals name on collar; retain same to chief <>f police and recetre reward. > OST-«TTEK Brr< H: WHITE BODT I j ticked with black, black head, and black patch on tack: bad on leather col'ar. Also bitch puppy, six month* old, marker similar to aoore. has so-ne white on one ear Fllxler of eitber or both tbe above, will i* rewarded by leaving them at West (inn Store, f.'i front «t-«—t MONEY TO LOAS—ON FIBST-CLASS improved bualneas and residence property in Seattle also for the pur pose of baiMing on desirable inside prop erty. IJJSDS made on Improved farms in King. Kitsap. Snohomish, Bkaglr. Wbat csm. Island, nan Juan, Clallam and Jeffer son counties. Correspondence solicited. FRANK V. LEE, correspondent for the Lorn hard Investment Co., Room 3, Starr block, Front street. MONEY TO LOAN—NOTE# ANI> OTHEK QfiCoUtble bought. Wheeler Br*M'. real e*t*tr «-xchange. MOSEY TO LOAN-ON REAL ESTATE, chattel monwreor personal aeouritT. Note*, mortgage*, etc.. bought G. E. MIL LER, A CO.. lift Mill street. Occidental Block Jyl* MONEY T*> LOAN IN SUMS T<* SUIT, npon improved city and farm prop erty at lowest rates. No delay in closing loana V Rnwnw. wr»lninw>qt tr'mf FOR HAI.K. FV)K SALE— HOUSE Of SEVEN ROOMS; lot 50xt'2H: B<»x etreet. FV>K KALE-SET or HARNESS AND A 1 covered wagon. Apply 213 Main st. SALE —A FULL-BLOODED BLCJ»OD hound; a fine watch dog. Ad«iress Charles Nailer. Ean at 2 ; , cost; on Ash. between Tho rns* and Harrison. 11. F Walton. IX»R HALE—KESTACRANT IN GOOD location; doing good business. Ad- H A. S . thf» o^PS. 1/OK S % LE —A FIRST CLASS MEAT * market; cheap; doing a good business. Addre**. C H. K . 1422 Front street a ALE-ABOUT CA) FEET OF shelving and counter; grocery store fix tnres. Applv corner Third aqd Union. JX)K SALE - A TWENTY HORSE POWER Ixiiler. nearly new; also engine, if de *ired; too small for present «9e. Address P. O Ik»X 265. IX»R SAXE—B2O ACRES FINE AORICUL turaI land; srbool, gw>d n>ads and neighbor*; 10acres bottom cleared; 12 miles from Seattle. Inquire of owner, northeast corner Fourth and Vine streets. IX)K >ALE—2O SHARES IN THE AM Building A. I-oan Asso4*iation for sale. Inquir*- at feiser's Art Studio, 81V Second street ___ • 1 niK SALE OR RENT—FIVE ROOM J house, lot 75x120, near Ijike Washing •••n. Easv terms. Price. $l,lOO. Kees P. f. , M Starr B'ork. IV>R FTALE—JWJO ACRES OF PATENTED 4 timber land. luouire of Sbeltou <t Arnistr«»njp, Arcade bulldine. Front street |X>R > \i.E-HOTEL IN ONE OF THE I best towns on the Sound; has a fine reputation and doing: a good business, -hoiton A; Armstrong, Arcade building, Front *trpet. nm SALE—CHEAP, TO SATISFY A I mortgage. a complete plant for Weekly paper; as Rood as new. Enquire at Peter sen iV. Fatten, attorneye, or address P. 8., 4 k. Seattle. I dining-room, thoroughly equipped, well located; 100 boarders; Rood lease; for sale "!i account of sickness. BOM AN & ROCHESTER, rooms 1 and 2. Ponciu block. |X)R -A LE—LOOK HERE—ISOO ONLY I for a nice residence lot. improved with sidewalk; Fourteenth street between Mill and Jackson streets; best and cheapest lot ever offered in the city; only few min utes* walk froin Front street. George Dorf f»d. real estate broker, office Commercial street betweeu Mill and Washington, up •fairs. |;«>F SALE-HOP, HAY ANI> DAIRY I farm, situated on White river, near Seattle W. T.; this is a perfect farm iu every particular: is worth sio,ooo and is offered for $23,000; fK<OO cash, balance ou time at h per cent, per annum. For par ticular* inquire of J. F. McN AUGHT, Seat tle w T. AfcW |X)R •A l K fHUKTY FIR OK SECOND I street near Boston block, cheap; f>o feet on Second street south of Pike, cheap; CQ fee? on Front street near Pike, $15,000; 60 feet on Front street near Blanchard, 11150; two splendid lots in Queen Anne Town, 12*200. four lots near Jackson street, fine view. 11500; lot on Box street, $*00; several stc tracts and other l>argains. BETTIN >.FH A MKACHAM. 114 1 *; Milt street 1>J K SALE Old) NEWSPAPERS AT this office. IX>K SALE— 320 ACRES OF GOOD BKA ver dam land, 16 tniles from Seattle, 3 miles from s L. s & Eastern K. K . good wagon road; running water all Summer; price sl> toper acre: will sell 40. 80. or all; half*: >h tor j»art Enquire of Charles Kakeh'y. Ch*»m street. 11« and 112 I X>R -Al E -CIIKAP; THREE BI.tK'KS 1 in the immediate vicinity of the gas works; cheapest wholesale baaiuo? prop erty in the city; also S lots on Seventh and Jackson streets: on account of an encum brance on the property it will t»e offered for 30 days 100 per cent, lower than other property la thai ddsHy. Apply to/oaieh c«»llin«. Jr. corner Front and cherry. i. t*ALI OLD NKWttPAMUU) IN I of I'V a* thit oW. »» Hlsi f I I -v r |X) - h MuN K V GET YOUR CIJOTHES 1 cleaned aud dyed at the Seattle Steam Dye « ork*. foot of Seneca street 'PHK \I>VKRTIsER W SHES TO MEET I a man of some in* ans to manufacture an article of merit. Address Mfg | |N f Hl NUKhU DOLLAKS REWARD ' " will Ik* paid for recovery of the two la nes' watches and two partes containing * ash, each, and for the convic tion of the burglar who entered ttie residence of the undersigned on the ?d ' list ant, or a proportionate reward for either one. C. HOPkIn'S. a rS« GOOD TIMU& CLAIMS CAM * \ t>e *« eun.nl by railing at once. Room i t n»on B - k I) \ >UUt»N BILLIARD H Vi.L. HKAD 1 •iuarter* f*>r Urunswick Bake, <"oI!en d» r A Co. Orde:« taken for anything in the I Si' a»d or tmm>! line, p. Pa urn an agent I -OY EKN MEN FLA N DS- HMHKK. PRE * * emptiou and horn- stead claims !«*•* r d 1 » a rehabi** man with the best of refer *' * cs. \ppls to R. ix Pitt ACs., real es •*: agents st Charles Hot« 1, Second owNKjtr p «r»«tn«*e IN FANCY HOKK. ifit. Lace 1! ise U* a NIMD-MEN IN BKARCH OF A ;K< V lot and who prefer to l-uy «uch a W»t within a few minutes' walk «»f the csd- ntai hotel for rather *hai ou? over the hills into the wooua, tao <>r' three r.r 'es to buy one for the *ame prs". , to < a.; at once on tn-orge IfcvrffW, Real E* tate Broker,oAee. Commercial street .up \li ! ' and Wa^hingtnr*, ISE 11. Ks» AIE l AKUA -Ns; -tfc VI) 1 T W F R rhar-ls- f: WAN t ED— EUR C.VSII. ? m 9 Ro* > y *' . In *>' Ra itk) % Pil«^i MMh .V \t r. iHh Ntffib . i \ R m van* trance medium, can be eon snltedon tnsineca. k»ve, marrlair**, divorce. e*c.. in a perfect dead trance, no humSeg satisfaction gaamnteei! or moner rt*- f .? r r, -.-,'f.Mial MnteV Cherrv'n VSK tiMHia I>RAI.KK FI»K Binrniiafcam'* BrJ loucv. f <r diiriMUtT, comfort and o-* with h'-a^n* 1 — Ihr* ha*** rn nju*. BIDS. B.t?« win br re~etvr*l at ray uniii Mod.!**, J*: ««rr H. *! .. |> < . for it* n r**«t-ou for * rrraer .«( -re k«u«. a on V.-«l*r *vrnnr for «tu S« r. Km Th« riltbt 1» rcwrtr: !• rr-wl *i-t or ail bid* E. U. rTSHiiR. Aretutart CONSTANTS GROWING, THE • AMERICAN BULBING 4 WIS ASSOCIATION SOW NUMBERS IX SEATTLE Over tIBOO Shares A hoot Fifteen Tfco«saott dollars was lomani in Dermic?. as 4 frora Ff'wi to Twenty Tboesaad will be loaned every month hereafter. At the low rate of SIX p« emL yet an nan. Tbose wishing information or desiring to subscribe for Mock will please address DOCOLAS YOCSG, Secretary Ifleal Board, «»r Coder Port-Intelligencer Ofllce. REAL ESTATE BARGAINS. The well known Hubbard estate. original site of JCANITA, 101 acre*, two mil.-, from Kirtlaod. fronts on Lake Washington. caah. Two lot*. including corner, in North Se attle, cor. Dexter and Thomas. tiff*) Two lotn ready for building. 120x120. with well, frait trees and lawn, one block from Jackson street; $llOO. easy terms. On* beautiful corner, foil sixe. small house. 1700. 60x"0 feet on best corner of Seattle park near Depot street, SHX»: $350 bandies it- House on Jackson street; fine view, cis tern water, SI6OO W. F. RICHARDSON, Opperit* Bostoa Block. _ NOTICE Of a meeting of the Stockholders of the Allmond A Phillips Foundry company, for the purpose of increasing the capital stock of said company. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVIN TO THE stockholders of the Aiimond & Phil lips Foundry Company, by the under signed, all of the trustees of said <*om t>any. that a meeting of said stockholders, will be held at the office of said company In the city of Seattle King county, Washington Territory, on Wednesday, the 27th day of February, ISSB, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon of said day, for the purpose of increasing the cap ital stock of said company from its pres ent amount of 120 shares of$100cach($12,000) to 1000 shares of II (JO each ItiOO.OUOj. All stockholders are requested to be present. CHAS. H. ALLMOND, W R. PHIIAIPS. Trustees of said Allmond i Phillips Foundry Co. Dated Seattle. W T.. December 25,185». ASSESSMENT ROLL. SECOND STREET GRADE. N OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE assessment roll for the grading of Sec ond street, frora Pine to Blanehard street*, and constructing a sidewalk on both sides thereof, haa been filed with the under signed, clerk of the city of Seattle; and further notice is hereby given that aaid roll is open to public Insnection at the office of saia clerk in the city hall, and will remain open for inspection until Friday, January 18, at 7 30o'clock p. m., and that all persons feeling themselves aggrieved by any such aMemsent may apply to the com mon council of said city to have the same corrected on said January 18,1889, at 7:30 o'clock p. m. at their council chamber in the city hall. W. R. FORREST, Clerk. Date of first publication. Dec. 22, IK**. Hotice of Dissolution. THE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE existing between A. Treen and George F. Raymond is this day dissolved by mutual consent; Mr. Treea con inning the business will collect all bills due the said firm, ami will pay ail said film's in debtedness. L. A. TKEEN. G. F. RAYMOND. January 2,18*#. Having purchased the entire interest in the late firm of Treen Raymond, I take pleasure in extending to the numerous patrons our hearty thanks for the liberal support given us in the past, an? hope to merit and receive a continuance of the same in the future. Respectfully * ours. L A IHKES. Dissolution of Co-Partnership. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TH IT the co-partnership heretofore existing between G. W. Hunt and J. R. Patton, uu der the firm name of Hunt & Patton, has this Ist day of December, IVB, been dis solved by mutual consent The business of said co-partnership having been con struction work upon the Seattle, I-ake Shore Eastern Railway In the county of King, Washington Territory. All debts and demands against said copartnership arc to be paid and liquidated by G. W. Hunt, and all sums or moneys due or to become due said co-partnership are to be paid to said G. W. Hunt. Witness our hands this Ist day of December, A. D. 18-8. Dissolution of Partnership. N OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE partnership heretofore existing be tween J. Wegert and Mr*. D. Homey, doing business uadtr the firm name of J. Wegert A Co. »s proprietors of the North Pacific Brewery in the city of Seattle, King coun ty, Territory of Washington, has this day been dissolved by mutual content. Mrs. D. Romey retiriuit. All debts due or to become due the firm ar»* to be paid J. Wegert, and all liabilities against the firm of J. Wegert &. Co. will be f aid hv J. Wegert. Witness our ban.is this 2d day of Janu ary. INS>. JCLirs WEGERT. * MKS DOROTHEA ROMKV Seventh Street Tax Notice. 'plIK TAX LEVIED BV THE CITY 1 Council in the district created by Or dinance No. MB. to provide for the grading of Seventh street, from Madison street to Mill street, and constructing sidewalks on both sides thereof, is now due and pa> - able at the office of the city treasurer. All taxes not paid within FORTY DAYS Of the first publication of this notice wilt be declared delinquent, a penalty of five p»*r cent, added and interest at the rate of 10 per cent, chanted. W R FORREHT.« ity clerk. First publication '»f this n«>t * e Jan. ]*#>. South Eleventh Street Tax Notice. » 'pilE TAX LEVIED BY THE CITY 1 Council in The district created by Or dinance No. <*46. to provide for the grading of South Eleventh street,fr m Mill street to Lane street, and constructing sidewalks on both sides thereof, is now due and pay able at the office of the city treasurer. All taxis not paid within FORTY DAYS Of the first publication of this notice will be declared delinquent, a penalty of five per cent added ana interest at the rate of 10 per cent, charged. W. R. FORREST, City Clerk. First publication <>f thi« notice Jan Tenth Street Tax Notice. 'pliF. TAX I.KVIED BY THE CITY I council in the district created by Or dinan<- No 044, to provide for the muling • f Truth street, from Sonera street to Br-<adway, and constractintr sidewalks «n both thereof, i* now due and pa} able at the o*|tv of the city treasurer. All taxes not paid within FORTY P.IVS of the first publication of th s notice will K-i.i ddiaunt a of five }-*r «ex»t. added aud interest at the rate of tfU tier cent. charsr^d. W. r:. FORREST, City Clerk. F.rst pnbl'>ation of this Jan. 2. IS.-9. Dissolution of Co-Partnership. 'pHF. FIRM HERETOFORE EXISTING K uudrr the name and *tyle of Bocqain A. Alexander, coin* bn*ine«* in the city of NraiTle, js tbi« day dissolved by mtttnal; o«n*ent, Mr lout* Booqnin havini pur- the entire intere*; oi I> Ab-xauder in the concern. LOUIS I) ALEXANDER, i -oatti#. TVc 27. Terrible Forewarnings. C >usrh in the morn in?. hurried ordiffi cu;t btvathin*. rapine i>hlefrni. tiahtae** in the che*t, qaieaeue<l ?>ui«e. chilli tins :r the evening or sweat* a* night, alio* aii\ of thes* thin** ai"etfce *sr»t 9*afr<*« of "nsuntption. I>r. Acker's Engbsh Rem ♦d\ fur orsumption will cure these bar jo! symptom*. and is*okS under a t»natne . - ebv A R rwm«t. 10 NOTICE. IM!E BUSINESS HITHERTO CONDUCT ed nader thefrm ita >e of UnilirteA ar. t «-mM will In tuture ** carr ed on under Uh? firm nam*- of H L. iio'lime 1 Co. The above change takia* effect from this date. January I, K?. BOOKS! BOOKS! BOOKS! -NOW-- IS THE TIME To Buy Them. Preparatory to a change of business, the entire stock of the leading bookstore of •he North Pacific is offered for a few days at Eastern Wholesale Prices Not only this, but more. Our book stock will be literally sacrificed. In handreds of cases books being sold for LESS MONET Than They Cost Us. This stock must be got rid of, and the public now have the opportunitv to PROFIT BY OIR LOSS. Those who come first will have the great est choice. So favorable an opportunity never before was offered here to get books. Opera and Field Glasses, Gold Pens, Compasses, Cards and Pacific Coast Diaries for 1889, Will also be sold at ruuiuousl ylow prices. 6. DA VIES & Co., 709 Front Street, Seattle. J. COMPTON, [UNO COMMISSIONER OF KIRKLAND UNO CO, G. W. HUNT, J. R. PATTON, James St., opposite Occiden tal Hotel, Seattle, W.T. TEAS! TEAS! TEAS! English Breakfast Tea. Con gov Tea. Souchong Tea. Kaisou Tea. Mng Cbow Tea. Oonfa Tea, lutiian Assam Tea. Amoy oolong Tea. Foocboo Oolong Tea. Formosa Oolong Tea. ! Young Hyson Tea. f wans ay Hyson Tea. Gunpowder Tea. Imperial Tea. Xoyune Tea. Ping Suey Tea. Pan-Fired Japan Tea. Basket Fired Jai>an Tea. Sun Dried Japan Tea. Largest and (boiocst Stock at THE LONDON TEA STORE, JOBBERS AND DKALEBS IJf Teas, Coffees. Spices and Extracts. l r M Front St . S ntt 1. . W T. i'arpeater ientrartors. Attention! All Carpenter Contractors engaged in business in this ci y are requested to mtsei at the Odd Fellows hall, Golden Rule Bazaar, Front street, at p. m., Tuesday, January j», |)W, to confer with a commit tee from Seattle Local Cnion, Ssl, o? the United Brotherhood of CarjK-Dters and Joiners of America—to arran e the nnm rof hours to constitute a day's work for the coming season. aud wages to !»e paid for the same Bv c»rder of the COMMITKE. Seattle, January 7. 18-t*. NOTICE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO THE stockholders of The Seattle Trausfer Company, aeo porat ion oraanized under the Jaws of Washington Teritory, and hav ing its principal place of business at Seattle in said territory, that a meeting of the stock - holders of said corporation will b»» held on Saturday, the sth day of February, A L) JMS9. at *2 o'clock p. m of said da*. *r the Merchants National Hank in cattle, W. T. The object of aaid meeting is to authorize the increase of the capita! stock, from to |JUO.O"G NOAH ARMSTRONG. A MACKINTOSH!, J B. METCALFE, CHARLES ARMSTRONG, B F SHACBCI. Trustees of The Seattle Transfer Co. Seattle, Dec. IS. ls*B. swr CEAI.ED BID.-- WILL BE RKCKIVEDBY O the undersigned • ierk of the city of » - a:tie on or before Friday, January !*, ivtf, at 4<»'cio» k p. m., for 20 fire hyd ants, to r»e made in a corda ce with plan* and »pecl ftcati- ns now on file in mv office. The city reserves the right to reject an* and all bid ". W. R. FOfeREST, Clerk. January 8, W». NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE. FRANK Ii*MOCIPIEB, Manager. (Vpposite Rwon BiorV, Secood street, Se al tie. I)EA* Si* This is to certify that I tiave a:wsrs The New HomeiVwin? Machine iD malios ray ba.'loons. aud ou my last one I used two of then, aud hare atwa?* found them to rive prf. rt -atlv faction. PRO?. VAN TAeSELL, Aersnaut. Ail kinds of blank books and rulings to any pattern none at F. Anthony's bookbinder?. Opera Block, at the lowest prices. FIRE HYDRANT . 720 Boston Block SECOND STREET, NEXT DOOR TO POSTOFFICE. HALEY & WRIGHT 9TAPLK ASB| FAJICT (.IMH KKIKK. TKAB AHD (OFFICES. TBLKPKOXE ». P. O. BOX «». BEST STOCK OP UOOW AT LOWKST PKICKS. SUB FOB PKICK LIST. 612 FRONT STREET OI R STOCK OF MEN'S FURNISHING GOOOS —AND— —HATS IS KOW COMPLETE IS EVERY DETAIL White and Colored Shirts. Flannel and Knit I'nderwear. Cotton, Wool and Silk Hosiery, l.inen and Silk Handkerchief". Collars and Cuffs. Kid, Dogskin and Cloth Gloves. Neckwear. Negligee Shirts. Hats. Rubber Coats. Umbrellas. Valises. C'anes. Our stock is the largest and newest in the city. CORRECT STYLES, COMPLETE AS SORTMENT, LOW PRICES. DIMOCK & CHEASTY, 612 FRONT STREET. Store formerly occupied by Haley <fc Wright, j fiWP DIAMONDS DIAMONDS! Extra fine inducements In Diamonds for the Holiday trade. Intending purchasers will find it to their advantage to call and inspect my stock of Diamonds, Watches, Clocks and Jewelry before buying. Dia monds of the first water, guar anteed. DIAMONDS! DIAMONDS! WM. H. FINCK, 103 Commercial St. BartDnr's Salmon Net Threads' WOODBERRY SEINE TWINES .And lines. Setting. Seine*. ft/nods and Tr»i« of every description, Fish Hooks, Line*. Twines, etc. HENRY DOYLE & CO., .117 Market Street. San Franc iscn. Sole A sent* for the Pacific Coast. S. BAXTER & CO. Offer for sale in lot* to suit: 2<>o Sack* Early Ro«t» Potatoes. I'MIO Sack* Peerless Potatoes. 3-H) Sacks Bur'jaak Potatoes. I'M) Tons Timothy Hay. KIO Tons Timothy and Clover Hay 100 Tons Eastern Washington Wild Hay. M) Tons Wheat. 2 Car* Bra a and Shorts, mixed. -U toi Ground and Rolled "orley Spokane Mills Extra Flour. Ellensbnrgh Mills Extra Floor. "»•>«»<» Sacks C hoice Washington Osts. voir To take a course su the Basques*. Skor rand. Typewriting, Penmanship or En* i-ah Departments of the SKATTLK BCSI- Nttte COLLEGE. Da* and evening se»r •cona Call or send for circular. Rooms iX. 33 and M, I"n:on Block. Front street. P. O box 4*» <»r Put It On Your List. s A ; J We mean the r J*Vprinted 2 a^Hofr day gift Yoor list of "remem trances " will he Incomplete witboel It. Par mi* fey W A- Haabronck Ipromotes] A puLwra £ I DIGESTION > LIVER) E IFTBMIP MOORE'S -® = S 1 I |P • I | I O £ IPURIFIES J IREGULATESL * BLOOD I ITLWELS MOORE HMF\(Tlßl\(i CO.. Pn>i»;*.. Seattle W. T. LADIES LOOK!!?. PL!USH'PARLOR SUITS, 0-PIECES-0 Only - - - $35! STANDARD FURNITURE CO. OCCIDENTAL HOTEL BIILDKfi, ■ • I ALI3ERT HAXSEK MULKK IS Watches. Diamonds and •>i» sscnu for th« c<»l«bratid 3TEINWAY PIANOS, h Imt-olaiwi Mnkf*M of Ilancm anrt Otsum. ygSLKR BLOCK. FRO frT STRKET. MORAN" BROS. Iron Kounders and AND DEALEST IN Mill and riteamtx»*i ltn«lneers' supplier. iron. Bra** and Copper Pipe and Flttiagt Steam and Water J*raiw Goods; Macninv Boitii; Cop Set and hag >crvws. sHean *M Hand Pumps; Hate Parking and Wwtc; C ylinder and other Ltit>rl< atiugOila; heating for public and private building*. We have the iuu*t omplete pipe cutting and threading roai niutrj north of flaa Francisco, ijwid and marine engine, and all kinds of machinery bailt aa4i» paired. We have on band and for *ai* i<>w, second-hand engine* and boiler*. Ml" «tw>et rv>m»r RnHr,W «T»nw«« PiUtflWr# hrt* «• Cascade Fire & Marine Insurance Co., SEATTLE, \V. T. CAPITAL, $200,000. A. Mackintosh. President J. A. Gould, Secretary. W. R. Ballard. Vice-President. W. L Gazzara. Treasurer. G. E. MILLER «V' CO., - - City Agents, MR Mill Strpet. Occldpwtsl Pin ok GOLDEN RULE BAZAAR. . M Great 10 per cent Reduction Sale for 30 Days, E. LOBE & CO. HetrringtorL <fc Smitli Are the Sole Agents for the Celebrated Specialty, Stockton Sperry's Flour. _ Commercial Street, Seattle. W.T. Harrington * laitk. LEVY BROTHERS, ♦ lIFOHThUN A.KD DCALUOS II IMPORTED, KEY WEST AND DOMESTIC CI&AI4 TOBACCOS, PIPES, CUTLERY, And all tke laioat «m' rV aftlrlc*. w._- iuvtt.- the public and the trade 1» pill <-al! and t'XaniH* r»«r sto."k and prlrea. US ('oniiiwrcllil Ht-nttlp. W. T. Z. C 7 M I LEB, Sace»Mor to Wad.!*H * Sllet , IThaletate awl itrtatl Dealer (a RUES, UIOK, i'i IIIJIII l\ll IIIIK STOVES. Orders from the country *oii< j'*vJ an<l *aris?*"tion Ci-iv«* u« a and look thmuah oir iiumeriM 1 »toolu will <*#Mttin. \l*. T. T. R. PUMPHREY, •ifMil 11, FttW.UMM l\[» OfflllSSlM "IT,IOIII. Grain, Hay, Potatoes and i'all(.,rnia Feed. HOPS A SPECIALTY. ■ Carefully Attended to. Railroad Avenue, Between Mill and Washington Streets, SW* tie, W. r. rs LOWMAN & HANFOBD S. & P. CO SOLE AGENTS FOR Mam i Hamlin PACKARD \rvl otn.-r lav* piano*. d<-a'*-r«* in I- ,' • •.. .. r » r Front and fhwry. IFTTIRI^ITTTIRIEr of Tin; iskht (^ualitv Yon can bejr the ummx of, for the least moiwy, at O. \V. Lynch &Co's, J. BCHRAM, Stoves and Tinware COMMERCIAL STREET, SEATTLE. Call btfvrt bu) Lag foudi la ikat lina.