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The Seattle post-intelligencer. [volume] (Seattle, Wash. Terr. [Wash.]) 1888-1914, January 23, 1889, Image 4

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(a speaking of the
diffcnlty. Secretary Rayard sav«
-Tbe live* and property ami
treaty rights of Americsan will be i>ro
tacted and *o wdl the JiJemoans in tb«r
right to self-government without any
interference from without.
Thi- is a cool statement Tbe se
retar> of state* apparently ijmore* all
tfcat baa taken pUce, and declare* that
that which has already happened will
not happen. In view of the real state
of affairs in Samoa, the islander" will
doubtle** receive with some amaze
ment tbe assurance of tbe American
secretary of state that all b right there
The lives and property of American *
trill be protected, though tbe property
Cl f Americans ha* already been de
stroyed and Americans have been im
prisoned Their treaty rights will 1*
protected, though they have already
been disregarded ami trampled upon.
Really . the Americans in Samoa must
be gratified at .Secretary fiayard sas
wirance of what will be clone for them
"without outside interference."
Itis the >amoans tbeicoelve-. bow
ever, who have most cause to be
thankful. They are to be
protected in their right of self
government and outside interference
will not be necessary for their protec
tion. In view of the fact that their
country has already been invaded,
that their cities have been bombarded,
and that their king has been carried
■way a captive, they will be surprised
ami delighted to know that they are
to be protected in the rigbt erf self
government. Secretary Bayard cer
tainly expects to work wonders in
Hamoa, and all "without outaide inter
fere nee."
There is only one thought which
could reasonably be expected to give
comfort to Americans In connection
with the Ha moan affair. Ttad thought
hi that in about six weeks Mr. Bayard
will cease to be secretary erf state.
am COKSTKCKD tLirWHIRK.
The point involved in f»ov. temple's
order censuring Oen. Hill for sending
a fore* of militia a* a powr
to awiist Sheriff Cochrane in the re
cent trouble at Newcastle in this
count; ia not a new one. It ha* been
brought up in several state** where the
law In similar to our own. and it has
been held that it in not necessary for a
sheriff in order to make the calling
out of the militia legal to call upon
tbe governor. The most notable of
several cases is furnished by the
achusetts report*. In IkMton in 1a55,
under a statute similar to ours, the
mayor called out the uiilitia of the
city by virtue of an order Issued to tlie
general commanding. He made no
application whatever to the governor.
The statute gavt the mayor the right,
a* ours does the sheriff, to call out
an armed force. To the general
commanding the militia he gave an
order to make such disposition of the
force under his command as was
deemed necessary to promote security
and order throughout city, and
for that purpose the mayor, by the or
der, clothed the general of militia with
full discretionary power to su-tain Un
laws of the land. There was no riot
ami no breach of the peace, but simply
apprehension of a riot The militia
were posted on certain streets of the
city, and a citizen who was not a law
breaker. or engaged in any unlawful
art. attempted to walk on the street
He|w a« knocked down by one soldier
and cut over the bead by an officer,
and vw then taken away by the po
lice. He brought action for assault
and battery and fai-e imprisonment
against the mayor of the city, the gen
eral of militia, and others, who he
alh-ged were connected with the as
sault upon him and his imprisonment.
The court bald that be could not re
cover. that the militia were properly
called out, even although the gover
nor had not given the order, and
held, further that all acts of the
militia when so called out by the may
or were lawful.
In construing :bi* statute which is
almost - ith ours, the court
•ays. "t-attt |*ftcee at the disposal
of the civil otti- ers 'in the exercise of
their proprietary ami legal functions,
an organised. disciplined and equipped
bodv of men cap*Me of more efficient
action in emergency among a miilti
tude than the ordinary |»oUce force.' "
The governor by virtue ot hi- ord».>r
forbuitling tbe use of the militia ex
cept upon hi* sj*< ta] onler.. lias taken
from tbe. -beriff all power b> use the
militia, or ti* call it out. no matter
what tbe emerge? c\ may be !na»
«iu bas he «i*-nds no»-t of his time
•n Vancouver running a sawmiil, it
will V* reatiilv *evn how really be is
aiding ail persons desirous o( precipi
tatsnc a rut bv withholding froiti the
shertlT the most efficient agency tbat
we have tor St* prevention.
TIIK At»Mtss|OS or MCU WK\
I« <».
The query to be put in connection
with the granting of »tatelio*ai to New
Mexico ;* i tas whether it* ts
*rr Urj>uW-« or IVmocrtti*- Hut a>
tbelht riw pt)|valalk>n t* (!»!« «p
of a i»» (uficienlljf bMMgetuHti,
intrlhi. Nt itnd !.»* *5 >idi»f U>
their bring |P*en Jrreeooabi* Po»er»
*«d priTii*o>« w.uh a oertAltstT vd the
n*ht: • aII rikvm twine rt"<{V< t(<i
IWcsy a terrju>r* out frottt lit*
£tsardtan>hif> **t the federal ir&vwn*
twrisl j-.il- i*»; th*? the
VH'W' 1 of tH» n*w state khouid hat*
iru.irft!«(«r i t«» them ail the U'wrt\ W
«■!*»» >i i>> the and thai
«Mtd liter* -an aim** eerta'.-»|y »Mf
sttrh iif.r**-.UivU>i njrM W'.ug & *rded
thrui it t* *»?rr ha the Irrtilnni*
t itt Ujet*
I tah. havSHs; M&ftkiem
pO{Kilitian. a f-*a»on*!de ans.w.t .d
*mUb 4! { * ?*t uluvd «\ * « ha*
twn and wilt l» drilled the rif his ot
«Ut*d. V.» lor tKe thu *.ls«T»>
ex&vt* within her Mm * religion
alien v> the feelings and MM* of the
Asterican peofie, and one wbkh. if
tbe territory acre admitted into Uke
Union ud rated herself would un
doubtedly flourish. drfw <mt other
sect* and team ow tbe entire «t»£*
tb* vicious domination* ot polygamy.
*o.too when tbeqmxiumU Kew Mexi
co'* adsfonton fe> agitated. the fear
1 is expressed thai with statehood wiU
come tbe t««ti4»nfT of an illiterate
popiiUtioD. il»n in language and
brtvAmg and the «m*equent sobjet>
to of American# and AmeiWa Sde*»
and price pie»-
At the taktnr of the la«t cen*u » not
one tb rr-i of the population d Sew
Mexico wa- American, and although
with the )peninsr of new raHreads
there has been a considerable anrui
? gratirm native Mexican elerrent is
' «3«<*Msntlr strong to inject it* leading
! effect into state legislation and into
j the adminiitratioft of *-tatr affair* no
that tbe growth and progress of that
| section would be retarded rather than
S benefited by tbe granting of common
wealth privilege#. The native* a* a
rule are ismorant. indolent. claim b,
tinder the power of tbe priest* and
with really few qoaiiiication* that
should entitle them to fail American
dtiKaabi]). All reports seem to the
effect that they are unal4e to govern
them -elves and that their acta as »'tate,
county or town official* have been,
carelet*, arbitrary and universally
corrupt.
Tbe white population, ojring to the
remoteness of tbe country and tbe na
ture of it* re-ource*. has not. a.* a
whole, been of the sort that would
com pan- favorably with those of other
territories, either morally or intellect
a ally, and it cannot be expected that
tbe low Mexican element will be offset
with a strong and highly refined and
intelligent American contingent. This
desirable cla*a will, no doubt, in time
by immigration and otherwise attain
a commanding position by reason of
the canting of a majority vote, but un
til such a powerful and influential
American element does reside in tbe
territory, it is extremely hazardous to
transfer tbe control of affairs from the
government absolutely into the bends
of illiterate Mexicans and a minority
of Americans which is but fairly pre
pared to govern itself as other state* do.
It biw been claimed that the Repub
licans in congress will keep New Mex
ico out of tbe I'nion simply because it
is Democratic; but this is foolishness
for the legislature is Republican. has
always been, and were one chosen for
tbe state would send two Republican
senators to congress Tbe realms for
keeping it a territory are social, not
political. A better, a more homogene
ous class of citizens in the territory is
what is required, as a guarantee of in.
ternal peace, civil liberty and a wise
and just administration of tbe .law*. A
deeper love for American institutions
is necessary, together with a wider dis
tribution of American words. Ameri
can ideas, American home*, American
schools and American intelligence.
THE V. M. C. A. BIILDING.
The committee having in charge the
work of raising funds for the erection
of a Young Men's Christian Associa
tion building in Seattle ba.» decided to
begin active operations at once, and an
appeal for subscriptions to the build
ing fund will be made to the fieople of
Seattle during the present week. It is
hoped by the members of the com
mittee th a the necessary amount will
be raimsl without difficulty. The peo
ple of Seattle are in the habit of re
sponding generously to such apj»eals,
and they certainly will not fail to do
so in this instance.
Tbe IVST-INTKLUUKKCEK has fre
quently dwelt upon the desirability o$
bovine a Young Men's Christian
Association building in Seattle and it
i* not Mm*#ry to reproduce the
arguments which have been urged in
favor of it. That the association is
a powerful influence for good in the
community is a fact which cannot be
questioned. Tbat it should receive
assistance and encouragement from
all who are in the city is a fact equally
indisputable. The Young Men's
Christian Association has always done
a great work in this city, and
it* usefulness in the past is but an in
dication of what its in the
future will l»e. The people of other
cities less in population and wealth
than Seattle have erected buildings
suitable for the work of the associa
tion, and the people of thi* city should
not 1* le»s ready than they to ac
knowledge the benefits to l»e derives!
from the presence in their midst of a
-trong and vigorous organization of
t'hri'tian young men.
It i* sincerely to be hope<i that the
success of ttie committee in its effort
to rai-e funds w ill 1* even greater
than it* members expect, and that the
association will 1* located in its new
builiing tiefore the present year ha«
pa--«d
President Cleveland publicly
aptdogised to ex-Chief Justice Vincent
of New Mexico, whom he summarily
removed from off>« e only a few weeks
after hi' appointment Judge Yin
cent wa* until recently utterly unable
to secure from the president any ex
planation of hi* dismissal Mr. t'leve
land refused to answer any of hi* ap
pen!« and permitted a -tain which he
could easily have removed, to remain
upon the reputation of an able
and prominent lawyer. It was
generally supposed that the reason for
removing Judge Vincent wa« that he
had permitted Stephen W Borsec to
serve ft* a juror in bis conrt, ajid tbi
-.ppovtion :■» now acknowledged to
be correct Mr. t levelaml would have
deferred praise if he had arknowl
edged fc - error and done justice to
J■; 'ge Vincent at once, m-iea-.i . f
waiting for three years »zj,s until be
* «" ~ ; s. •; % J. ■ U. r Vit tr- !i
puttie life
MMI utoi;n«rM»\i«
KOTI Zt
'»niK ASM'A! VKrrtN< or THE
1 *• » r« •( IM ->♦ \TTt E TITI.E
INMTtASCK A TftPST i iMPANY WW br
Ix >1 •! tbe o3t<"® oi carat an v. ns>:af
is. »**. ar«t >■ t aton k. 8 a?s ■. w a»b.,
<m M«'!i4aT. K»-N nary A ts> ;, «t »t> ®«- «i.
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NOTICE
*|*« - !* TO OKJtt"rr TH K\ THfc I'M KM
I of ti A Uvten, In *»
ar>- ,v t», :»t:. • Ja> < MM** *»•• K-'iaro
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SEATTLE POST-INTELLIGENCER. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 23* 138&
WaSSsdwS 'rata'af'si
aantwrttetat *
meat *i ways fa afivaaee.
TbefoiJosrtaf letter* are aaaittn* attvw>
tt»n tttti* oalo
)£a-«Chaaee *• ** M.
Grower | P. W. Comfort.
tw ;&A.a
\i>. acriva asd ijs
v s to represent, te he? ewa
kyafitv. at oW tna IWmaw civ«a
and rrq-strtui Pcrtueseßs postSwa *a<i
f«»dialary. Address sut*. Manslaeturißf
Lork Box l>">. New York.
WASTSJ>-«AIJEfIM& V EVERYWHERE
f » for d»JOr piaiea, beta, while eoasael
letters, boose numbers. etc.; exeeileat aelJ
and bJxerofit*. Write f'wrirwhui «a 4
term, SEW YORK DOOR PLATE CO.,
A-beay. X Y.
WMED-EXPERIENCED AND ABLE
tl sua:;. Msshanan lite !&.«aranee
<\imv*nr. C. L Jteauett* sofrt. ot A*eneU-«,
kooto I. Ctiioa IHoetu Beam*.
WANTED- J !AL TO DO GENERAL
v* fecKtaesMHk: waff.-*, t » per month.
Call en Mrs. i. MeOrath. X« Jm Eoorth.
near B!atK bard.
WASTED—A OIRL FOR GX9ERAL
f f bonsework; f»u*t coocv well r*-eo»r.-
aiended. Apply, Mrs. E- F. Wittier, Room
59, Oeeidestai. __
VVASJED -GOOD MAN TO DO CHORES;
ft unail w«prs- m«wt bt a eood rsiiker.
Call on G. W. GiUette. at HamngOJti A
Smith.
SsOMEDtAM WASTED—MONEY -VB;F.;
V. moderate ialary: loo* engaxemeat.
Address particulars. Earte. thU o«ce.
%E T ASrED-A FIReT-cLA&i MiiJ.
*v wrtght. ioqaire of CapL W. J. Bry
ant, wm 42 Yester
\I7ASTID-A GOOD GIRL TO DO
vv housework; good wages. Call Imme
diately at -30 Pik" street.
WASTED -AN EXPERIENCED 9EC
v v odU xirl. Mrs. Halk-r, Twelfth and
James streefs.
IE" ANTED FUMTT-CLABB PASTRY
v* nook. . Apply Bellerae Hotel Restaa-
XI T ANTED—A TRUfJTWORTHY YOUNG
man. Adiiress. Trqst, this office.
KMFI«OTWEWT WACTKD.
WASTED SITUATION A YOUNG
v V man wants a tlace ss bookkeeper or
aas ataat bookkeeper; can furnish xood
referepees. Address James this office.
ANTED-EXPERIENCED AND COM
petcnt accountant and xeneral office
man, with Al references, desire* position.
Addreas F. P. Sorensen, P. 0. Box IP*.
TE T ANTED—BY A YOUNG MAN. P<iSl
vv tlon a* stenoerapber ana tyaewrHer
or bookkeeper. Address C. O. Asher, »7 N.
W. Park street. Portland. Or
WAN I EI)-POSITION AS SALESMAN
in elothiux and faraishinx Roods by
first-class man from fpe East. Address
Salesman thl> office.
WANTED - POSITION AS HOUBE
keeper for widower with small fam
ily, bachelor or on a farm. Address M. G..
this office.
TE"ANTED—SITUATION BY A WOMAN
ft to do chamberwotk durinx the day,
but come home at night Address A. B.
thJ« office.
WAJSTKIV-TO HEXT
VV A NTED-BY FEB. L DWELLING OF
vf 6or 7 rooms; responslbl* and perma
nent te&ant. Address E. A. 8.. this office.
WANTED—TO RENT-THREE ROOMS.
Vt furnished or unfurnished, suitable for
light housekeeping; no children. Address,
P. 0. Be* SOO.
roic HAi.r.
} 4 »R SALE-A RARE CHANCE; THE
1 four choicest lots In Ross' second addi
tion at a bargain. Call at W5 Front street
I>»R SALE OH EXCHANGE —800 ACRES
of valuable farm, timber aul slate land
eix" t miles from Little Root. Ark., oue-half
mile from railroad now building from L.
R. to Hot Bprnes. For full description
addrea«A. H. tbis office.
IJVJB SALE—A SLOOP JS FEET LONG. »•
foot beam; firstclaas order: full ap
pointments; cheap. Inquire Melhorn A
Probst, Columbia street.
F'R BALE OR ItENT—FOI R-RoOM
house.three blocks from Jackson street.
Aprlv W. If. Jackson, box 121.
SALE—NICE RESIDENCE LOTS IN
Yesler's first addition; a few minutes'
wslk or ride on Mill street cable road will
take van on the che*oe*t lots in the City of
Seattle; size of lots, 60s 138 feet: adjoining
lots arc s»?llisig from SIOOO to lIJOO the lot:
don't miss this chance if you want to sreta
ui'-e «heap lot for a home: price of lot t-VO
only, (ieorge Dorffel, Real E«taie Broker,
office. Commercial street, between Mill
and Washington, np stairs
TX)R SALE—CHEAP; THREE BLOCKS
1 in the immediate vicinity of tbe ea*
works: cheapest wholesale business prop
ertv in the city: also 8 lots on Seventh and
Jackson streets: on account of an encum
brance on the property it will be offered
for 30 days 100 per cent, lower than other
property in that vicinity. Apply to Joeiah
Collins. Jr., corner Front and Cherry.
I>»K HALE —STEAMER LENGTH, .*>
r feet: beam. 14 feet: compound engine,
inches and »inches by !> inch cylinders:
> compound boiler, 42 inches ia diameter. 6
feet Ion?; allowed I*2o ponnds of steam:
i masts, sails and fitting*. complete: hull
ami machiuery built in IM7; the above
steamer ia for sale a? a great bargain. Ad
dress. Moran Bri»s., Seattle. lm
rV)R HALE-ONE BL'«ODED JERSEY
F cow. four year* o'.d: fre*t> milk in 3
weeks. One half breed. Bo 1 stein three
year old, fresh milk in ten <isys One
hali breed Jersey, two year old, fresh milk
inone mouth.Two >ear?ingbeifer*aiid one
two year old heifer. <allou G. W. Gillete,
at Harrington A Smith's.
I>)R BALE— AT FREMONT. LAKE
JT Union, JO minutes ride by rail or boat
from centre of city, room bonse writh 2 cor
ner lots aud flue well at kitchen door; also,
about 40 fine butidiug lots; low prices ami
easy terms: special influcementa to those
who wiil build immediately. M. Phillips,
Occidental Hotel.
RVIR SALH-THK BEST BUSINESS IN
JT Seattle: whole or half interest; will
bear thorough investiga'ion; no humbug;
la re-' profits: sickness the only cause of
selling: give full name and addresa, and
direct to bo* 1221.
FIVE ROOM HOUSE,
»?l l»n' centrally located. BittiugirA
Meaehara
FSOR SALE-TOPHOTOGRAPHERS
tr«»od working gallery in Victoria. B
I".. with lenocs complete; cabinets fetch Is
a«*»d opportunity for pushing Pian; price
|7IM. "Phottis." this office
I 'J\-SK'KI.Y IMPPOY El) RESI
I l»IU dence property on cable 1 tie
grand view. Bitten irer & Meat-ham
| s<»K «*ALfe~ AN IMPROVED FARM OK
I so acre*. situated on White river, near
.Seattle. W. T.: all botto-n land: price, til.•
000 For particulars, apply or write U> J. F.
MeNauxbt, Seattte. w. T
v . n -, HPLtNDID VIEW— LOTH fN
Queen Antic Town. Bittenger
A M each CM.
SALE THREE SEW SIX-ROOM
houses stj»n,tiu? separately ou kit t 'Ox
100 feet, Price, fS&W. This property I* now
rentingfortts per month. Kees P. Daniels,
Rnnni S. st«rr meek.
J<| • iyui
near Pike, There i* not a
business lot ofTVred that i« a* food a buy.
Btttmri A MeariWts. Mill street,
ci'iui HVK At UH IKA. 1> AtUOIN
Uig platted property Bittecsrer
A Meacham
'l>'K s VLfc - oT.i» NKS -pXP £Kn IN
I hWM.tles of tftO. w? thts
FlMA^riAt.
%foNEY TO JOAN AT >SM PER «"KNT
I uti is ipiuvt'J bustn<»> an J residence
prtiperty 'n Seattle. a!s«> on iwsprovetl
farms in Kine roaoty and iSown s.vuad ter
riwrr i»aiis made promptly and wottev
rwi«i whea Uif j>aper* are exeentcd.
FRANK S I! K A Sew
Ycsier Mock.
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rr *t .'*="• !"*«•■« No <kiav in etamoe
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MONKY LO TTTTV I»N CITY VM.
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Lt«Ma, wri'ii tiv»- iti io«tru
mrnta! ma«f to « nutnbrrttf t.mn;
K*; ttiesr u< r,-.-* t.\» -,} t
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t*T*® v K ('. e«jir*T(Mt aa !»?>>;'«. Piu<J**r
will ;'•< » v iv*\ *> it tfct* i>*c*
rx>R iiR-i orrn o<i ox* or
I* the beat gafdea aai eidekea raaefcea
te Klag escaty. Whoa laay so.! aseaa
every word of it: fronting on ■*& »»««■
with ihß»i»in <rf frigJ>: «W> cloaeta tie
dtyitTgyttif w^ea;» ebKkea* •
the p3a»: athei riruixt. «a the plaes to
make awaev; will give b yew lea*:
*"**«*[ toWI «ws*^ e be6mS i*m«
PR REST-TWO SEW COTTAGE
hooiei for mot, withia fiTe miaates
waik of A®itfc » Co** ratiraac
mißutrs* ride from city station boem*
»uit»M* Jo- families, fiv« w»; 915 P* r
month H. A. Smith, Bm«th'a Cory.
REST-tfTORAtfE EOOM, .ZSfil
. roe*. Art* *!%» baiWisf. soitab* fo*
storing merchandise, faraitnre, feowefcokS
awods tod baggage. For space aa«l term*.
■pniv as peasiscs, foot rf SeM« street,
Hopkins wharf
OIWIMRXMR m OFFERED TO LEASE
■ • piece of unimproved property on
Frrtn: Frost and Virginia, far* term
of years. For particulars, addnn 6.. P. 0.
Box, 385, Seattle.
F>K REST—HOrSE Ml THg BEST
par, of iSs# city to rent mad faraiture
for m«: two room# rent for enoagh to pay
rent of hope tddress L- F . this office.
!>>R REST-A SICELY FCRSISHSD
i front room lor one or two geariemta,
or rean and wife. Apply at 202 Second St.
F*f'R.?flSHE»> ROOMS-NT ELY FT a
nisbed room*: excellent aeighborhood.
Sojaire F. W. Goodhue, 13UThird rtrcet
IX>R R^NT—FCANISHED ROOMS,
r cove. doubt end single at moderate
rates. Oregoo Honse. UO3S Front strect-
EV)R EE >T—FIVE-ROOM HOUSE SEAR
r Lake Washington, il'J '0 a month, Rees
Y Daniel*. room 3. -tart Block.
TPO REST-WHARF AND W \REHOCsE.
A Inquire at Manning A Back's farni
tare more. <"olambia «trret
r»E REST—PLEABAST FCRSLSHED
r room*. Apply at Lincoln Horn*. Spring,
between Second and Third.
FX)R REST—THBEE ELEGAST FUR
nished rooms. Call at IS3O Eighth St.,
between Flke and Pine.
¥X>R BEST—FURNISHED ROOMS. IMB
r Third Street
NItrBLLANKOCS.
«7ASTED—MRS IS SEARCH" OF~A
v ? nice lot and who prefer to boy such a
lot within a few minute#' walk of the Oc
cidental hotel for s*3o, rather than go away
oat over the hill? into the wood*, two or
three mile* to bay one for the same price,
to rail at once on George DorfTH, Real Es
tate Broker, office. Commercial street (up
stairs) between Mill aiid Washington.
WASTED-A LOAN OP FOUR THOU
■ sand dollars, from two to four years,
at a fair rate of interest; first-class security
given on improved residence property; ti
tle perfect; abstract of same furnished;
state te ms. Ad Jress, for one week, Index,
this office.
ISFORMATIOS WANTEI>—ANY ONE
knowing the whereabouts of George
Thomson, who kept a saloon on Third
street about four months ago, will confer a
avor by addressing John Tirpak, care this
office
LOT WANTED-FOR A CASH PURCHAS
er; between Jackson and Madison
streets, and not more than \ mile from the
post office. Bittenger & Meacham, lit 1 .
Mill street.
INFORMATION WANTED OF A DOMA
nicb .formerly of Vancouver and Tacoma.
Anyone knowing his whereabouts will con
fer a favor by notifying Antone Longo,
Seattle.
-\TOTICE— THE LAL-Y WHO EXCHAS6-
i* ed umbrellas at the telegraph office
yesterday, will please return the gold
handled one engraved W. J. L., to that of.
flee.
iv ANTEI>-PA KTY WITH FOUR OR
v v five thouaaad dol are to go into a
profitable steamboat business. Address
lolanthe. this office.
r TO SAVE MOSEY GET YOUR CLOTHES
1. cleaned and dyed at the Seattle Steam
Dye Works, foot of Seneca street.
PANTHEON BILLIARD HALL, HEAD
qßarters for Brunswick Balke, Collen
der & Co. Orders taken for anything in the
billiard or pool line. P. Bauman. agent
IESSOSS IS FASCY WORK. THE
j Lace House.
MME. La VEE. THE SOTED CLAlß
voyant trance medium, can be con
sulted on business, love, marriage, divorce,
etc., in a perfect dead trance; no humbug.
Satisfaction guaranteed or money re
funded. International Hotel. Cherry st
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES THAT I
will not be responsible for any bills
contracted in my name without my writ
tea consent. T. E. PEISEB.
ASK YOURFURNITUBE DEALEB FOR
Birmingham's "Boss" Bed Lounge;
for durability, comfort and neatness, com
bined with cheapness, thev have no equal
SOCIETY NOTICES.
REGULAR COUNCIL OF SEATTLE
Tribe So. 2,1. O. R. M„ evetr Tues
day evening at 8 p. m.. in K, of P. HalJ
Opera House block. Visiting brother
cordially invited.
J. C. MITCHELL, Sachem.
D. YorKG, C. of R
PHILKMT.N PKIORY, NO. i.l K K. A. E.
i it., holds ita regular meetings at
Olive Branch Hall on the first aad third
Friday evenings of each month at 7:30
o'clock. Visiting members cordially in
vited. Harold Preston, Excellent Prior;
Johu Wallace. Registrar.
CONSTANTLY GROWING.
THE
AMERICAN BUILDING k LOAN
ASSOCIATION
NOW NUMBERS IN SEATTLE
Over 0500 Shares
About Fifteen Thousand dollar* was
loaned in December, and from Kfteen to
Twenty Thousand will be loaned every
month hereafter, at the low rate of BIX per
rent, per annum.
Those wishing information or desiring
to sutx«cribe for stock will please address
DOUGLAS YOUNG,
Secretary Local Board,
f I'ndcr Post-Intelllce n<»er Office.
LANI) BARGAINS.
One fine lot on Lake Washington ridge,
one block from cable, view of bay cannot
be obstructed, $."«00 cash. Sold.
lots 7 and *. block SI, Denny's, North
Seattle, 11700 for both.
Town low, timber slashed and burned,
1390 per acre
One lot. North Seattle, cleared and fenced
with view. W2.V.
Twcaty acres on <«rren Lake. SO rods ou
water, suitable for suburban villas, sNofc
House and lot ivG. flfrOG, sad upwards,
seventeen acres water Mercer
Island,
The well-known Hubbard estate, original
site of JI*ANITA. 101 acres, tw« miles from
Kirkland, fronts on lake Washington.
gJf'.ooo cash.
W. F. RICHARDSON,
Removed to Drag Stare, Hcrth Side of
Boston Block,
SEATTLE EMPLOYMENT
—Ajrn—
Real Estate Agency
N0.21T Sotith Se«n»d «t.,Seat?!e.W. T.
FOR SALE.
L. c£»<x Jjp. splendid, hsjii location, near
lakt t'nion. threa blocks fft»m s'reet cars,
»f'h pieasant cottage, fv»ar*tali barn, fruit
treea and amall fraits Prior. g£f«.
J. O. HOZOKTH,
W a'lagrr
All kinds of blank boohs and
rulings to eny pattern rone est F.
Anthony'* Opera
Block, at the lowest prscas.
OROMMWC ML W34.
*■ twta—jc—itftH! InJ. MLTbeegwe
mated to J. M. Tbuawpaoa aad Id* aa
-2X£stoo«Tj fnrfcht
thereon, aad to e&srge aad -wUlect fare*
therefor withia the city Imita oi the city
of Seattle- as loHew*. to wit C«aaenc
inf at the eeatrai point of intersection of
Jackson aad Seeood streets: theace over
*»d along Jarksoa street to its cesttal
point of iafcerseetion with
Itrent ; thence along and over Comtaercial
itrtet. or any extension thereof, to the city
Units: provided that the fraaehise hereby
cranted to the said J. M. Thompson and
bis assigns s&ali not be exeiowve.
SEC. X Thosaid road shall be boilt in a
first-class manner; the tern-oats aad tarn
table* accessary to the fail aad proper
equipment of tbo said road, and to he con
structed with a double track as near tb»-
centre of the streets as poaklble for the
convenient operation of the aame, and
qh«n ran can thneon and over the whole
of said road, at convenient boars of every
day and night, for the transportation of
passengers and freight: provided, that be
fore any sac- railway track shall be laid
down, all injarj or damages to be occa
sioned thereby to pr-.p«--ry abntting on
streets, alleys or public places upon which
it is proposed to lay said railway. shjU be
ascertained arid compensated for by said
i. M. 1 bompaoa or his assigns, la the man
ner provided for by the laws of Washing
ton Territory and the charter tad ordi
nances of the city of Seattle,
S*c. 8. That the said J. M. Thompson or
his as*igns shjtl keep said railway in re
pair. aad shall, upon the completion and
construction thereof, or any portion there
of, and upon the completion of any repairs
thereon, and npon any portion thereof,
leave the streets throcgh which it ran* aad
npou which such construction or repairs
may be done, in as good a condition for
travel as the same were before the com
meacement of *ach construction and re
en, and the said railway shali be planked
ween and within the tracks, and for one
foot on each side thereof, with three-inch
plank, or in a like manner aad with a like
materia] as may be used by the city of Se
attle when such streets, or any portion
thereof, may be graded, and the said J. M.
Thompson and his assigns shall keep the
said railway between the rails and for one
foot on either side thereof, in repair.
SEC. A That the track of such road shall
be standard gauge, and flush with the level
of the street, ao as to form no obstruction
to crossing of vehicles, and where the road
herein provided for shall intersect any
railway, the rails of which shall be altered
or cut M as to permit the cars to pan with
out obstruction: and nothing in this ordi
nance shall be so construed so as to pre
vent any other railway company
hereafter formed from crossing
the road herein mentioned, in like
manner in the city of Seattle. Whenever
the grade of any of the streets over which
the lines of said road shall ran shall be
changed by said city the said road shall be
so adjusted and changed as to conform to
such grade, such change to be made at the
expense of the owners of the road; steam
aiotors not to be used in the operation of
said road for a longer period than three
pears, and steam not to be used ou said
road north of the north side of King street
at any time. No freight or passenger car
or other vehicle sball be allowed to stand
upon such streets so as to obstruct the free
use of aach streets, or auy part thereof, by
the public.
Ssc. 5. That the cars of said railway shall
be moved by eables, electricity or steam
noiseless or smokeless motors and that the
cars used upon said road shall be of the
most approved pattern aud construction
for the comfort, convenience and safety
of passengers, and shall be provided with
brakes and all necessary appliances for
stopping the samt- when required. They
shall move at a rete of s}>eed not to exceed
ten miles per hour, provided, however that
the city hereby reserves she right to regu
late the sp«ed of said cars at any time.
SEC. 6. That the rights and privileges
herein granted shall continue for a period
of twenty-five years from aud after the date
of the passage of this ordinance: provided,
that the said J. M. Thompson or his assigns
shall commence the construction of said
road within thirty days after .the passage
of this ordinance, and shttU prosecute the
work of construction with all due dili
gence, and the *aid road shall be com
pleted over the entire distance of the line
herein provided, and in operatiou continu
ously by runuing cars over the whole of
said line each way a* often as once each
hour from six o'clock a. m. to ten o'clock
p. m. of each day, within fourteen
months after the passage of this ordinance.
And in case of failure of the said J. M.
Thompson or his assigns to comply with
the provisions of this section or any of
said provisions then the privileges and
franchises hereby granted shall be deemed
to be and shall be forfeited, provided,
however, that if the said grantee shall tx*
hiadered or prevented from completing
said railway by the act of God or inevitable
accident, he shall have an extension of
time for the completion of said work
equal to the time that the construction of
said railway shall be impeded or shall be
prevented by any of said causes.
SEC. 7. That hereafter any other person
or persons, company or companies, that
shall have obtained a right to construct,
lav down, maiatala aad operate street
railways upaa, over or aloag any of
the streets herein mentioned shall
have the right and privilege of the com
mon use of the track to be laid by the said
J. M. Thompson or his assigns or any por
tion of said tracks for the ruuuing of
trains or cars thereon, upou the payment
to said J. M. Thompson aud his assigns of
such moathly or annual rental or compen
sation as may be just and reasonable, and
subject to such rules and regulations as
mav be consistent with the prior rights of
said J. M. Thompson and his assigns, and
s ich as shall not interfere with or impede
the transactions or dispatch of basiness by
said J. M. Thompson and his assigns; and
in case such person or persons, company
or compaaies so desiriag to use said tracks,
cannot agree with said J. M. Thompson
and his assigns, upou the terms aad com
peasation to be paid for the use of said
tracks as aforesaid, respecting the amount
of rental to be paid for the use of said
tracks as aforesaid or the terms, regulations
aud conditions of such use. all auch mat
ters of disagreement sball be submitted to
arbitration in accordance with the laws
then in force in the territory of Washing
ton, or the state to be created therefrom.
x. Nothing in this ordinaace shall
be so coustraed as to preveat the authori
ties of the city of Seattle from sewering,
planking, paving, repairing or altering or
otherwise improving any of the streets
herein named, and the city shall not be
liable for any damages to the owner or
owners of said road that may occur by
reason of the performance of such work
or by the exercise of any right provided or
reserved in this section.
Se<\ 9. Any t>er»on wilfully destroying
said railway shall be guilty of a misdc
meaner, and shall ba punished by a flue
not exceeding one hundred dollar*, or ins
prison ment in the citT jail not to exceed
thirty days or both.
Sac. 10. The said J. M. Thompson shall
forfeit or be deemed to have forfeited and
abandoned all right*, p ivlieges, and fran
chises conferred by this ordinance unless
he shall within fifteen days after the ap
proval of this ordinance file iu the ofiice of
the city clerk bis written acceptance of the
rights and privileges hereby confirmed,
subject ;o the terms, conditions and re
strictions hereby Imposed. and in case of
failure so to do, this ordinance shall be
null and void, and of no force and effect
whatever.
SKC. 11. J. M Thompson or hi* aa
aigns shall have the right to make such
reasonable rule# aud populations for the
ruTerunu-ut and operation of sai l rt»ad
aid the management aud operation of its
p«opertir» as are not in conlict with the
orgauic act of this territory, or the law* of
the um« aud the charter aud ordtu*uc« of
the city of Seattle.
Sr.c. 12. Said J. M. Thomson t.r hi* as
signs shall deposit with tSe city clerk at
the time of the Slin* of his acceptance of
ti>it ordinance, the sun* of }iU\i in gold
coin of the Ltiited States, or a certified
check of that amount. to be approved by
the major which mud *um *ba!l be re
tained lu be forfeited to the city of Seattle,
aud to be paid Into the city fuud of said
city in rase said J. M Thoin;*on or his
arssgna fcbonid fail to cv>wp lei* taid road
an herein provided within the time speci
fied from the paasage ol this ordinance;
and in rase Mid mad shall be completed
titkla »a:U ti'.ii. «aid money urchet-ashaU
be ret unit d to said J. M Thompson and hta
by the cttr clerk.
sac. 13 Thi« ordinance ih«Q take «B«ct
•:td be in force from and after the ex
pi ration of five days after the same shall
hare been published.
Passed the o snaon council the IHh day
of January. ISSO.
Approved bv me this 19th day of January,
INVS &OBEKT Mt *KAN Major.
Fired the r/th day of January. IS*'.
w. R FMIM.CTEN.
By C. W. Fratta, liepoty.
Published the 39d day of Jan'Jsrv. lss*
Stockholders' Meeting.
The regular annual meeting »i the stock
holder* of the Seattle American Watrict
Telegraph Company will be held at the
company's offlce In ."*eei ie. on Monday,
January 2s iw. at i o'clock,p ra
F. J. liRAS'T, View Jwi-VsL
C. A. Mirs«>ii.Se<Tetair .i_'»
TO BUILDERS
WILL BE RECEIVE!* BV THE
> undersigned aatii K o'clock m on
Monday. January far the erection of *
terrace > f five Into'- h#tu*s for Charlca
Saber. Ttn» i.*r.-r - atrn-a U2e rij:sr |<*
*v «t an? or ail h -i*.
Ff-HEB. Arehite*t.
sad aeSte!
The city of Be«*rtla ordain as Wlowj
S RCTIOS 1. That every hotel, todgiar
hnnM hMntiac-hoow, factory, mill, aaa
afartery or otier StiiMing more tbaa two
stories in height in the city of Seattle, now
erected aad occupied erased as a betel,
lodging- hoase, b©ardiug-h*ase, factory.
saiiC maaafactory or workshop, or in
which operative* or empires »av be en
gaged. shall be provided with miiaale fire
escapes and doors of exit w.uaia thirty
davs from the publication of this notice.
tsxe. * That every hotel, todgiag-hoose,
boarding-house, factory, mill, ataaafaetory
or workshop, or other building more than
two stories to height in the city of Seattle,
which may hereafter be erected aad occu
pied aad a*d as a hotel, iodging boase.
boarding-house, factory, mil!, manufac
tory or workshop, or in which operatives
or employes may be engaged, shall be pro
vided with suitable fire-escapes and doors
of exit before aay such bui'ding shall be
oecanted or n*ed.
SEC. X. That all of rach fire-escapes shall
be made of iron and be attached secmrely
to the bailding. aad be permanent in char
acter and connected with iron platforms
Seed at the doors and windows of the
and shall be so constructed as to
be easy of access from all the doors and
windows of the baildiag above the first
story thereof.
SEC. A That an iron '.adder shall extend
from the aforesaid platforms to the roof of
the bailding, aad if there be a projecting
cornice to the building, such cornice shall
have an opening so fined that "adder
shall not overhang the same.
SEC. 3S. That all said fire-escapes shall be
kept in good repair, and it shall be unlaw
ful for aay person to in any manner place,
or cause to be placed any obstruction or
incumbrance of aay kind whatever to the
free and proper use thereof.
SEC. 6. That every basement beneath any
building now erected or hereafter to be
erected in the city of Seattle shall, within
the meaning of this ordinance, be deemed
to b* one story.
SEC. ?. That any person who sball be
guilty ot a violation of aay provision of
this ordinance, or who shali fail, neglect,
or refuse to comply with its terms and re
quirements shall be deemed guilty of a
misdemeanor, and, upon conviction there
of, shall be punished bv a fine of not leas
than twenty-five ff2s) dollars nor more than
one hundred ($100) dollars, or by impris
onment tit exceeding thirty days, or by
both such fine and imprisonment.andeach
day's continuance of any such violation
or failure, neglect or refusal to comply
with tne terms of such ordinance shall be
held, deemed and declared to be a separate
offense.
SEC 8. That ordinance So. 901. entitled
i "An ordinance requiring fire-escapes to be
placed upon hotels, lodging-houses, board
ing-houses and other buildings in the city
of Seattle." approved February iOth. ISSK.
be and the same is hereby repealed; Pro
vided, however, that the rep* al of said or
dinance shall in no manner prevent per
sona who may have violated said ordinance
from being prosecuted and punished there
under for offenses committed prior to the
taking effect of this ordinance.
SEC. 9. This ordinance shall take effect
and be in force from and after its appro
val and publication.
Passed the 18th day of January. 1889.
Approved by me this 19th day of Janu
ary. IKS 9.
ROBERT MORAS. Mayor.
Filed the 19th day of January, 18£9.
W. R. FORREST, Clerk.
Bjr C. W. FEREIS, Deputy.
Published the 23d dav of January, 1»«9.
ORDINANCE NO. 1036.
An ordinance to locate and establish a
public street, beginning at a point
where the government meander line in
tersects the west marginal line of Com
mercial street, running thence south
along the west marginal line of Com
mercial street produced, to the north
marginal line of Charles street in Plnm
mer's addition, produced, thence east
along said north line of Charles street
66 feet, thence north along the marginal
line of Commercial street, produced, to
the government meander line, thence
along the government meander line to
the place of beginning.
The city of Seattle does ordain as follows:
SECTION L That a pnblic street be and
the s«me is hereby located and established
which shall be and is bounded and de
scribed as follows, to-wit: Beginning at a
point where the government meander
line intersects the west marginal line of
Commercial street, running thence south
along the west marginal line of Commer
cial street, produced to the north margi
nal line of Charles street in Plummer's
addition produced, thence east along said
north line of Charles street *6 feet,
thence north along the marginal line of
Commercial street produced, to the gov
ernment meander line, thence along the
government meander line to the place of
beginning.
Sbc. 2. That the land within the
boundaries above described be and the
same is hereby appropriated to the public
use as and for a public street and high
way.
SEC. S. That said street hereby located
aud established shall be named and
known as Commercial street.
SEC. 4. This ordinance shall take effect
and be in force from and after its passage
and approval.
Passed the Common Council the 18th
day of January, 1889.
Approved January 19. lssy.
ROBERT MORAS, Mayor.
Filed 19th day of January, lSifi.
W. R FORREST, Clerk.
By C. W. FERRIS. Deputy.
Published the 23d da; of January, 1889.
ORDINANCE NO. IOS7.
An ordinance to provide for the grade of
Rainier strett, in the city of Seattle, from
Florence stieet to Yesler avenue.
The city of Seattle does ordain as follows:
SECTION 1. That Rainier street. In thecity
of -Seattle, be graded from Florence street
to Yesier avenue, and that sidewalks be
constructed oa said Rainier street co-ex
tensive with said grade.
SEC. 2. That said improvements be made
uuderthe supervision aad direction of the
city •urveyor and according to the grade
established by ordinance So. MBO, aud be
completed on or before the 15th day of
July, WW.
SEI .S. This ordinance rhall take effect and
be in foree from and after ita passage aad
approval.
Passed the common couacil January IK,
I«*9.
Approved the 19th day of January, IM.
ROBERT MORAS. Mayor.
Fil#d the 19th day of January, lw.
W. R. FORREST. Clerk.
By r W. FEERIS. Deputy.
Published the 23d day of Jauaary. lv*'.
NOTICE
Of a meeting of ths Stockholders of the
AUmond A Phillip* Foundry Company,
* for the purpoae of increasing the capital
stock of said company.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIYIN TO THE
stockholder* of the Allmond A Phil
lips Konndry Company, by the under
signed. all of the trustees of said cam
panv. that a meeting of said stockholders,
will be held at the office of said
company it? the city of Seattle
King county, Washington Torn to rv,
on Wednesday, the 27th day of February,
l"i>, at U o'clock In the forenoon of said
Jay. for the pornoae of increasing the cap
ital stock of said company from its pres
ent amount of 130 shares of*loo each !U,UOO)
to 1000 shares of SIOO each (.IIOO.OUU). All
stockholders are requested to be present.
THAS. H. ALLMOND,
W. R. J'HItJJFS.
Trustees of said Alimcnd <k Phillips
Foundry Co.
Dated Seattle. W. T.. December as, istt.
BIG BARGAINS.
g3IO(V-l(*>* iJO-lades A Kolght'a addition:
fine bouse and other improvement*.
fl«JO— l,}®—Cleared and fenced, near
cable line.
*>7"io~ 120X120— Comer seventh and Lenora,
fine complete home.
1250 each— Fo»r lots near If adiaon street.
H'OO -ISOxl O—South of Jackson street three
block a.
HiOO— Big ranch in Eastern Washington.
f3SOO -One acre, beautiful r.'ew, near Mer
t-er's sedition.
ffoo—6oxlA>—ln Cades & Knight's addition:
cleared and fenced; liSOO cash. balance
fear years, a snap.
We locate settlers on government lands,
and trnarsnte** satisfaction See hand biiia
ALLEN A ROGERS,
Real Estate Brokers,
C3 -«-coud Street.
NOTICE.
DISSOLUTION* OF PARTNERSHIP.-
The «->partnership hereto! re exist
ing W. ween Jas K. -mith and rharks Slc-
Elroy ;a *>olved; aod all moneys due said
firm will be received, and the firm's debt
e*id by lb- na 5e «i|cnrd. Ja- R. «»ni*,n.
J AS. R. SMITH.
CIIAS JtcELROY.
Boos and Shoe s"»re,
*1» Front St
Seattle.
ASDEBtOB, 3ZSTUABD ft CO.,
Clril iiad Mloiag Eaytaaew and
Dnaxktsaea.
RAJL ROA.D, kIMMI. WATER WOttQL
Wpogran&ieal, bridge, sewerage and
drainage euginrering given specta. atten
tion. City property or lands surveyed or
mhd.rid**! Jtaj* asd mechanical draw
ings, en grtwairg and bine pnutsa «*•«« iaJty.
Township niaw and napa alwavs on hand
EooaaaSt and », TeaLer-Leary btoec, mte*-
tie. w T
lOORE llimtltllK CO.. PrS«(tlt, «. T.
Ladies Look!!! fi
PLUSH PARLOR SUITS, I
a-PIECE©-6 I
Only - - - $35 !
STANDARD FURNITURE CO. |
OOdPE.TT.4I HOTEL III1M(L - ■ iSMIWB
:THIS IS LAMP WEEK
AT
insr. CHILBERG & SON'S.
iAnd for one week only we will make you j rice* in that line tfcut yon naaKdM
to mis*.
GLASS HAND LAMPS, GLASS STAND LAMPS,
BRONZE LAMPS, FiNE PARLOR AND PIANO
LAMPS, LIBRARY AND HALL LAMPS.
These are all new goods and new patterns, bet we need the room for other |o«it
and will give you a bargain oa that account.
XT. OlxilToerg Son,
I RI3 and 715 FRONT ST.
I. SETJMI CO,
Incorporated,
BOSTON, BLOCK, 3 Doors South of PostoffioL
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS. |
Crockery, Glassware, Laips, Cutlery aid Flatera

We carry the LARGEST and MOBT COMPLETE I'XE of
ROCHESTER T .AMPPI
Ever brought to the Xc-rthwett, consisuag oI the
MAMMOTH ROCHESTER, 300 CANDLE POWER.
ROCHESTER PIANO LAMPS. <M) CANDLE POWER. "JS
ROCHESTER HANGING LAMPS, OO CANDLE POWER. <ll
ROCHESTER PARLOR LAMPS, CO CAROLE POME
2&. SELLER <Sc CO.. SBATTLB, W. T.
CANTON CLIPPER PLOWS.
MITCHELL WAGONS.
HARRINGTON" & SMITH
Have jmt received direct from the manufacturers at Cantos. BL,
Tie Largest aid Best Varied Stuck of Hots aid Harms
Ever offered on th« Sound.
The Canton Clipper plow has gained a national repntatiou for durahUtnrttiM*
cellence of make, and Harrington & Smith are sole agent* In Seattle. There hat* )MI
am YOU
TWO CARLOADS OF MItTCHELL WAGONS
®oth heavy and lutit, direct from Racine, WU. Intending purchaser* will do wail
to call and inMxyt ocr Hocfc. * F
COCOA MATTING.
COCOA DOOR MATS.
RUBBER STAIR CLOTH.
STAIR OIL CLOTH.
LINOLEUM-
- ran "how yon a gwl iMortmen', of the al*or«> goods. C*H tad
examine.
PACIFIC CARPET COMPANY
1214 FRONT ST., NEAR SENECA,
SK.VT'ri.K, - - WASH. TV.
E HMITII BKX HAZKLTTXB MC. UKBVKY.
MY PRICES HAVE NO EQUAL
W. R. GALLAGHER
Suceeww to Alfred Harder.
Agent for the W. P. isett BUr Butter. Aim I *ell ihe Silver Horn L*«i.
Hacon and llaai*. which have no ©quai.
J am for the (,'aliioniia Oil. tbi only pure oi! sold.
I carry a line o* sUp!e wtd Fancy aim * ill conpeU with »oj
coiuptUtor in my lit*.
I am the oiily Wboiesaie ami Retail Seed Merchant west of the Rocky
Mountains.
Head for price lint of lirocwrtes and Heed*
W. K. GAXLAGHEK.
Or«««r au«t «*«< i Mtrchut. TO«l Irout «troet, Htattl*. W. t.
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