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BEFORE JUSTICE BURKE.
IsfeniooK Point of La* Rihrd in Ike Uioe CmT . '.} 9mU>mc mt ft. PH*«ii*r»-B>rfbr Cmnltrr *• TrW~?ww S»lt» Rftv». An ingenious point of Law which at tracted marb cotumeat from tbe dif ferent »emb*ri of tbe bar wa* brought up in uV district «»urt yes terday morning in the rw of F. A. Kline, indicted for the murder <A (K A. Bailer. Jame* Hamilton Lewis. at torney for the defendant, interposed a demurrer to the indictment, conned with a motion to dt»-charge the pris oner from eastody. upon the point re ferred to. which *i- about ti follow*. It appeared, by the argument of the counsel for the defendant, tfcat by the death of Chief } uatke lone* the regu-! Jar term of court for rier4em- \ ber. im. wa* not held The justice! of tbe peace, bound Klhko over; • 4 to await the action of the grand jury.''; There appears xifom, section of law. i No. 2150, which prescribes that when a term of court haa for any rcwon not! m been held, the judge "may," upon 3f>; day*' notice, cafl a term of court and 1 present c*n*» to a grand jury speciai fy aummoued for *uub purpoee. The] counsel** contention was that the word ! i /may/ - as used in the statute, should be construed to mean •'ma.-t," when it §k bring* into const-:*-ration the life or ! liberty of an individual. Farther it j was argued that section 771 of the ter ritorial code require* a judge to dis- ! mi** any cause not indicted bv a, grand jury at the term to which it is returnable* that the judge of the courw of the territory are judges of the supreme court* and not of the district court*, and that it was the duty of one of tbf presiding judges of the supreme court to rorae and bold the district court of King county when it was without a judge of it* own, and that by their failure to pro vide a term of court the defendant was not accorded the speedy trial guaranteed by the constitution". The P counsel then went on to argue that the failure of the president to appoint a judge of the court, or the failure oi Judge Boyle to come after be was ap pointed in time to hold the September term of court, could not justify the evasion of the con stitutional right of the prisoner to bare a speedy trial. Among the numerous citation- read by the attor ney was one with a conclusion show ing it to be a decision from Chief Jus tice Wade of Montana, and sustained supreme court of the United The court heard tne prosecuting at f>'- torney at length in answer, and then said tit it the point raised by the coun sel for the defendant presented many novel phases, with serious conse quences ; but that the defendant would lose no rights by the overruling of the demurrer at this stage of the case. He would therefore at the preaent hold that the words ' regular term" in the law mean* a general term and not a special term as argued by the counsel. The defendant has announced his intention of taking the point up to the supreme court if Judge Burke finally decide* against bitu. Kline will be called upon to pit-ad at 10 o'clock this morning, and, it is understood, will interpose a plea of not guilty. CXITED f'TATES 'Xrif SKSTL.m »J< At 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon 12 United States prisoners who had pleaded guilty to the offeree of dispos ing of liquor to Indians, were brought into court for sentence. As some of them had been confined at McNeil's island for nearly the full term allowed by statute* fur the offence. Judgt- Burke made their sentence* merely nominal, while others who had not served so long a term or I could not present mitigating | circumstance* were given longer term*. The sentences were a* follows: Robert Brox>«on, 1 day 'cities Mur phy, 1 day; Gregorio Aiivaria, 1 day; William Brown, f*» davs; Joseph Gardner, f) day-; Hubert Beech wood, SOdays; Jack Hims,3U davs; William Willis, 3Sodays; John Costello, 00 davs; John Dutton. 20 days. Chris Cbris tian*on. who had been confined on McNeill inland since July 'J!*, MfW, awaiting trial, pleaded guiity in pref erence to staying in j*-l any longer, although he insisted be was hot gudty in fact, and was let off with one day. Those sentenced to one day's impris onment will not be taken to the island, but will be released to-day, TS! At, for KMUtY. The trial of Richard Coulter, the young man charged with burglarizing Bode's tailoring establishment, occu pied tbe attention of the court nearly all the afternoon. When Coulter was arrested, be had some of the stolen goods in hin possession, and the evi dence produced by tbe prosecution pointed clearly to his gutit. When court adjourned at 0 o'clock last even ing, however, bis attorney was mak ing a strong effort to prove an alibi. If this effort prevail* Coulter wdl be re-arrested on a charge of receiving stolen goods knowingly, as he ad mitted when on tbe stand that he knew the goods were stolen when he took possession of them. The case zj will be concluded this morning. strm cokmsxckd. Two new ca.*ea were filed with the clerk of the court yesterday. In one tieorge W. Crane asks for the foreclo sure of a mortgage given a* security on a promissory note for SSO. The other is an action wherein Catharine H. Hurlburt peek* to have the bond.* of matrimony now existing between herself and Andrew J. Hurlburt dis solved. and her name changed to Catharine 11. Kelter. The ground* for divorce are cruel and inhuman treatment. CSIITKI* STATES UtKD JIKV. The I'nited states grand jury has been considering the Chinese and opium smuggling rw* for several days, and eight or 10 indictments for the*e offenses will he returned to day. The grand jury i* now con«ider a' ' timber trespasses ami innumer e other cases. TIIK Rt.OT f'RK, Territory vs. William Ham mond dismissed and prisoner dis charged on motion of the district attorney. »'443--Territory vs. John Rogers; dismissed and prisoner discharged ♦*4l--Territory us. Km! Oxley; dis missed and prisooer discharged. ®i'©—Territory vs. Frank White: dismissed and prisoner discharged. <BIJ Territory vs. Nicholas July, tried for assault and battery; rerdict of guilty as charged. tvT.> Territory vs F, A. Kline; de fendant tiled motion to quash the in dictment ; demurrer overruled tvkXS United States vs, Hugh Wil son . arraigned; plea of not guilty- IM& First National bank' vs. Thoma» Patterson; filing and entry oniered to correct decree ami confirm ing «.ale of real estate. ffl® Territory v-. F. Henderson; defendant's demurrer V> indictment overrule i; ex.-eption file»i. tW4 Territory vs. K. Coulter on trial. €SH~ Territory vs. Peter McDonald indictment for "resisting an utHoer a true bill 6540- Territory ts. Kdnnl KeHey. Win. Hawthorne. Frank A. Cannon and John Mctirath; indictment for ie-, , eivin g stolen proprrtv knowmgir: a tn» hill. tHItV- Territory vs. Charle> Murphy indictment for "receiving stolen prop "v ertv knowing!?; not a true bill. • Territory v« P. II a'one v and TV *mas Ruh»; (IfW to Wednesday tariead. ! Territory *- H. A. l>unoar; indictment I of- exhibiting a pistol in a public psi<-e •§ true i»H. ®8? ftrritty *s. Frank P. Mor* *•*; indictment for penury : cot a fwbill I dsath or m m onmiwi m* Pmm away h »in CHy. Cat., Mias Mina Geneva Offiilond died ad the borne of her sister in Napa C;tv. California. Sunday afternoon at a o'clock of consumption at the age of ffl year* She had been a patient suffer er for more than a year, and last Mar •he left Seattle in the hope that tbe milder climate of California would check the ravajre* of her disease While she had been rradaaiiv faiLne no alarm was felt in her' case unit ia»t Friday when *be Mfok rapHlj unt£ the end came and the spirit took it# flight Sunday afternoon. E*a Oillilanc was left an orphan with three risler* and a brother at the age of five year* and ber early hf« ainong -trarger* vtt not al sunshine, aJtfceugh «he possessed a bright and cheerful dfr)po«tion. Fire ve&rs aeo -be visited beattle with an older *W r , and J mitre and Mrs. W. D. Wood, who had known her as a child be- V«7 ««b attached to ber. and invited Muss Eva to make ber bom# with them *« tbrs city, which she did *»»«*?** tow year*. Here Miss GUiiland bloomed into womanhood, tad became a great favorite among the young people ot the citv. Two years ap «he united with the Congregational church and was active and faithful in her duties to tbe chareh. She was also a member of the W. C. T. Xand as k»g a* her strength would permit, performed the duties of secretary at that organization, it can truly be said the lived a Christian life, and never tired of Christian work. She was blessed with a bright and cheerful disposition. and always took pleasure in making ifaoe about ber happy. So much so was this the ease that Mrs. Wood always called ber Sunshine. By some unaccountable oversight Judge and Mm Wood were not ap prised of her -erious condition, or even of her death, until late yesterday afternoon. Tbey are both over whelmed with grief, and will leave to day for Napa City. Mrs. Wood baa realised for some time that Miss Gilli land could not live through tbe sum user, ami bad arranged her plans to start to California to-day, to be near ber during ber last illnevv J udge and Mrs. Wood were deeply attached to Miss fiiililand, and thev feel her death as a affliction. rKKSOXAL. Dr. G. A. Weed has returned from his trip to California. Mr. T. G. Nicklin, editor of the Whatcom RevtUU, hi in tbe city. Mr, E. J. Howard and wife, of Port Tosnwend, are at the Occidental. Wharfirsger Thompson, of the Ca nadian Pacific dock, is at home suffer ing from a severe cold. Mr. J. Henneasy and wife bare re turned from San Francisco, and are quartered at the Occidental Mr, M. D. Ballard, of the Seattle Hardware Companv, yesterday do nated 9100 to the Y. M. C A. building fund. Rev. Dr. W. B. Lee, pastor of the Presbyterian church of Olyinpia, is tbe guest of his son, Mr. W. A. Lee of this city. Mr. W. H. Maud of the firm of Frederick A Maud, accompanied by his wife, left last night for Los An geles. Mr. Maud contemplates- re maining away several weeks. Chief of Police Mitchell, who has been indisposed for some time. Is feel ing so much better that be has given up his contemplated trip of recupera tion to Harrison hot springs. Mr. F. P. Heiser. station agent at Beat tie for the .Seattle. l<ake .Snore A Eastern railway, will in future act as station agent at Smith's Cove. His place has been taken by Mr. G. 11. Cliff, formerly train-dispatcher at Pocatello, Idaho. BREVITIES. The bricklayer.*' ball occurs to-night at Tor; e r hall. Auditor Wood issued a tuarriage li cense yesterday for Romeo E. Kile thorp and Etta Jose of King county. liobert Jackson and David Ren ton, both natives of England, were made citizen* of the Failed Mate* in the district court yesterday. Stephen Bacon was admitted to the bar in the district court yesterday upon a certificate from the rircui'i court of the Eleventh judicial district of Wisconsin. Letters are awaiting James An drews, late of Ottawa, Canada, and Robert H. Taylor, late of Jamaica Plain, at Trinity rectory, <-or ner Third and Jefferson street* city. Charles Williams, who was arrested bv Officer-* Sullivan and Kinley late Monday night for disorderly conduct and carrying concealed weapon*, paid a tine of $lO in Justice Jones'a court yesterday. He hat! nearly S4O in money and a check for SBOO on his person when arrested. PASSENGER LISTS. Oregon and California— Passed Med fbrd: Hlen t>tone. F. H. Lamb. John Dorn, T. S«>ggins. D. C. Highbrook. B. F. Carpenter. T. J. Smith. O. C. Hall, 8. P. Burrell, B. Young. Louis Levin, O. W. M«» Nainara. W.K. Alli son and wife, C 11. Wilcox and wife, O. IK Bryant and wife, T. McDonald. Mr*. J. K. Blynn. 8. C. Humphrev, 11. (irantingon, F. M. Pari.*, H. Alku, A. S. Gotdfor and wife, A. W. Scott, J. B Ihiffln. A. A. Washburn, Mrs. A. Last, C. Willi*. L. S. Hohien, Thomas Smith, H. J. Kllis, H. J. Smith. Chas Henry and wife, Thos. I,eland, and 57 immlpatts. Akkivei> raoM Cxurouu v.—The re mains of David Thomas arrived in the citv last evening from ix>* Angele* and will lie in *tate in the parlor of Cross .t Co. until S ;3> o'clock this morning iu charge of Newcastle I-odge, No J 4 , of Odd Fellows. To-day th* remains will be taken to Newcastle for inter ment. Deceased was born at Black Diamond and was 25 years of age at the time of his desih. Some three months since he left for I«os Angeles for the beneti' of hi* health, but died there on Wednesday last. On T.iesdav he tele graphed to bis wife that he was dying, and «he started for his bedside. At Portland Mrs. Tboma* received a dis patch announcing her husband's derate. Mr Theiv.as leaves a wife and two children, to mourn his He was highly re-pected in the <wn njur.itv in whidi he resided all hi life. A I-OT Wiu. Us PFKII«».-A meeting of the bo*ru ol trustees of the Woman's Home Society vu hesd yes trniiv afternoon a» «he headquarter* of the W. C. T I Mrs. Ru>h presided and Mrs. Handsaker acted a* -iecretary. It «t» resolved tlkr a (nil and thor ough discussion of the matter to pur chase one of the lots which the society has in view No other business wa* transacted, aitlKHigh several matters connected with the society's work were discussed- At a Ute hour in the after noon the society adiourocd to meet at the same place, at the «ame time, next Wednesday afternoon. ♦ TO awsoaui or vwu& Tbe California Insurance Company of sat* Freacisco hi pn»pare4 to lusuf* tuo *ol other eesoeii at tower rase# asJ ujwb better coaditxxw than heretofore. Before insuring *tth any other eoapaay or re newioa tour present v«oUrt»k call «p»«J Tiv-oa A Brass. Acent*. tChft Baby WM sick. Ts"e gave her Outoni When *he trsc a Child, She criad for Caataria. W>en *h» tfctui* X.ak She c&ag to Outoria *Va *te had Ouldrea, She rwre tbarn OMSona We are 0»e *>> agv«t» ie s«-«a e fort!** I>tta ! aj> h*:_ If other* Mil their.. Ute? m«£st r« i t&esa from a middle man save (He K»f.i tcade by ih*- latter b* ealiiiit oa Tjkiaa -.ngeraaau A Co. ' CMI M a Well- II leaked out yesterday that the rapid ywisf man who nndM Ptrt land merchants bv means of farmed checks and die "kmr- me unrk change rackn' early l*« week abto took in a $4» trick in tte» city. On Monday. February 4. Andrew Young, tbe book-keeper for W. P Eovd A Co., the dealers m furnishing goods, bad h4s beat! buned deep in bis ledger, when lotitksly calculation* were I rudely disturbed by a medium-sited bntnette yo «ag man witb dark mus tache. and aged about 25 years, poking hi- head through tb« window of tbe effice, As he did h> Mr. Young no tsced that b : * roller was Lu hi' »birt «kev«* and was bare-hearted. The young Bian said briskly, aw be laid i down a cbeck for **o on the counter: "I'm from the battle Hardware | Company, A customer waiting for '-bange. which we are out o*. Would you be kind enocgh to change thi s4ocheck for roe?" "Certainly." saki Mr. Youn* aa be jrianced at tbe cbeck to assure h:m««if that it wa> all right. Then be passed out the *4* m coin to Use bctie**, ooatle-s foung man, who hurriedly thanked Sua ami left tbe etore. Mr. Young thought nothing more o4 the matter till Wednesday, when be present edthe cbeck to tbe Fint >'a tional bank, where it wax pronowued a forgery. So Mr, Young i* out iust UO Tbe check was drawn on tbe First National bank of Seattle. and made payable to W. P. Boyd A Co., or bearer, by the Seattle Hardware Co. Tbe number and the stencil of the Seattle Hardware Co. were counter feited in pood -hape. The only fault was that the i" in Seattle" was made with a capital **l. M Beyond this error it was a perfect duplicate of tbe stencil used by the company. Since that time the same trick was successfully played in Portland on two or three merchants there Tbe trick ay which Mr. Yoang wt« victimized is an old one. but one by which eren tbe most wary might be deceived. ARCHBISHOP JtXGER. The Story ot Hia Profited Change of Re«i<lence Dented. Archbishop Junger arrived in this city last evening from Port Towmend and wOl remain in Seattle for two weeks on his regular pastoral visita tion. Tbe story telegraphed here that the urchbishop intended to change his headquarters from Vancouver to Seat tle is denied bv him; but at the same time the location here was admitted to be more central. If such a change was made it would have to couie from the members of the church here in the form of a petition. Then, in addition, ".he change would involve no little ex pense, such as the construction of a cathedral and an ire hepiacopal resi dence. These would have to be of a size in keeping with the dignity of the archbishop who presides over'the des tinies of the Catholic church in ail of Washington Territory. If all these things were provided "for. Archbishop J unger might be induced to give up his present residence amid the pleas ant groves of Vancouver. VALVABL* IJUORMATIOS. Mes*r>. Eshelman & Llewellyn hare just is sued a new edition of their "Puget Hound Catechism," which contains more information in smaller -pace than any other of the several pamph lets now before the public. It is about lire by seven inches—prettily bound in illustrated covers and well printed. 11 is made up from the late>t reports, and answers every question that would naturally come from the inquirer con cerning this country- all with pains taking care to be both explicit ami truthful. Indeed, it i* so thorough and accurate as to be scarcely less val uable at bome as a convenient book of reference than abroad as an invitation fc> immigration. Among the many who are doing good work for Wash ington Territory tn spreading the fame of her native wealth, none are more worthy of credit that this enterprising firm. Their methods in advertising tbe country or in the conduct of their own business are of wholesome sort, based upon business rather than "boom" ideas. We earnestly wUh for this new "Catechism" th* widest pos sible circulation, and to commend it to all into whose hands it may fall as a presentation of fact* which will bear the test of personal examination and comparison | VioriMiKEEt* Two GaocKK*. —The police are searching everywhere for a i man who seems to be rather a clever former. He is described as a stout man with sandy mustache, wearing a dark suit of clothe< and derby h*t. On Saturday he purchased $10.60 worth of groceries from Charles W. Symonds and paid him with a check drawn on Uexter Horton A Co's bank for $24. The check was made pavaole to Thomas Williams. On Morwlay the same man purchased $15.D0 worth of trrocerie* fr;nn P. C. Jager and paid for them with a worthless check for $35.50 which was made payable to Thomas Wilson or bearer. Recosciliatiqs Kffk<tki». Mr. Lewis Tenney. foreman of the Wash ington Iron Work.*, whose moulders have been on a strike since Friday morning, yesterday notified the mem bers of the committee appointed by ihe union to take charge of the «trike that he desired to see them. During the afternoon the committee called on Mf. Tennev ami was informed by him that the -inkers could return to their places. under the conditions and term? original!} demanded by the moulders. Accordingly work will be resumed this morning at the foundry with the un derstanding that in future piece work shall be excluded from the shop. No Dixegate Et.KCTCP.~A meeting of the (Jrant Club was held last even ing in Preston <fc Albertson's oftice in th«* Boston block. Kx-<iov. Ferry pre sided and B. B. A! bertson acted as secretary. The meeting was held for th«» purpose of elevting a delegate to the convention of Republican clubs to he held at Olympia on Friday next. No definite action was taken in the promises, but «ome member of the club will he decided upon to-day. The Olympia convention will elect four del egate* to represent the territorial league in the national convention of Republican clubs, which meets at Bal timore the -*Mh isHst. Hoy « Aaasrrsn.—Alexander Con sign jud Clarence Sheldon, the t*o boys who were acquitted in the dis trict court la«t *eek of arson in set ting fire to the Good Luck lodging house, were rearrested last night on a change of graad laneny. The offense for which thi- arrest is said to be the breaking into and burglarising a sec ond-hand store on Cherry street a few dav« before the lodgir.g-hou.se fire. The boys will be given a preliminary hearing to-day. i ais».i or Owing to a nr.— understanding, the opera of "The Kit tie Tycoon," which for some time past has been rehearsed by a number young people of the citv, wilt not be presented. l»y a vote of the societv it has been decided to give instead a grand concert on the evening of Feb. '.ltst. to consist of two male naartettes. swinging; c horns, fan drill, and a male octet. SEATTLE, LAKE SHORE A XAOKIN RAILWAY RKDdCKO PASSEJfttER RATES TO SI BCK«&S POINTS*. C«xrta»uTauoa tickets foe family u#c at mtured rates, alaa increased tei'.lt» for travel between Seattle and »i»fc«rta» s«'.tw For rates and time card ar>rj to «rc*nt foot of Columbia «treet er to tie as denized. » J JENS IXC* G r A P- A .%4<litioiuiS W*\ m Eifitfc fur. nvr aMnoni mi m« rnc mfmmtu cvtRT HIT. Tide of bsaifratisß Floshbc into Warihiaftoa. arse* at Ow*UtßK» f>rtail rtta* »f tbm bcaa; Hotel tlatilii il- Stiart Eoa4a I Mm*?*. Esheimar. LJeweilrn A [ Co. yesterday morning receiver teie- I graphic notice of the cpecial tr.tin of | nine cans that throegb H«>tena. ! Montana, la« Sunday morning, k«- ! ing perhaps immigrants to Wash ington Territorr. The fW-buui -iaacas al>o contained a brief du i patch to the san.e effect. Tbe train sm ma<:e up in S>*. Paul to acccmm-v date tbe great ru«b of immigrsnt travel to Washington,the regular train* being usable to handle the traffic . " These people are coming to Wash ington to stay," said Mr. Esbe'man la.»t night, "and Seattle will he tbe des tination of a large proportion of tbeni. Preparation should be made for tbe reception of these as well a* of ail new comers who come to stay by the con struction cf suitable riwellinpv The demand for residences just now is very imperative, and it is next to impuasi l«k» to obtain one in a desirable loca-1 tkwi If property owner*? were all to build during tbe whole of tbe coming s>eaaon an t were to pjt up hunured* and even thousands wf dweiSing* tbey would not exceed tbe demand. "I estimate that tbe influx of immi grants alone into Washington at the present tune is very nearly 500 per day. A study of the passenger lists of the different roads will show the daily division to be about as follows: Northern Pacific, KiO to 150: Oregon Short Line, to 100; Oregon <C Cali fornia, 30 to 115; Canadian, 100; while steamers and other routes make the estimate of 500 an approximately ac curate one. Tbe dally average for 1383 was 300, and I am' quite certain that before 1839 i- over tbe arrivals will reach 1000 per day. This is the estimate made by railroad officials and by close observers of the tide of immi gration. "A very heavy number of tbes»e new resi<lent.-< are coming and will come to Seattle, it there is not house room for them now, what will there be in the spring? There is but une thing to do, and that is, build. Build bouses, build cottages, build tene ments, build anything that has a roof for shelter; but build. There is not the slightest danger of overdoing the building business, and there is great danger of underdoing it. By all means, build. Architect Jennings of the Denny hotel, who with four architects has been employed for the pest several weeks on the detail plans and specifi cations. has finished his work, and a few contractors who have been re quested to do so by the hotel board, are examining the specifications with a view tr> submitting figures. It is in tended to let the contract for the con struction of the edifice as soon as the bids are offered, and then Architect JtY.nings will return to New York. Searing a deputy here to superintend the work of construction. All arrangement* for the building of the bote! are yet only preparatory The cost ha* been guessed at $2f0.000 and the capital stock of the hotel com pany has J>een increased from $150,000 to that figure. There has been no change in the plans first adopted by the board, and the work, when once begun, it is expected, will be rushed on to completion. The covering has been laid over the turntable of the cable road, at the foot of Front street, the gearing pi a red in, and ili at part of the system will very soon be ready for operation. Front street for its entire length has been impeded for travel very little daring the whole course of the construction of the road, and with the exception of the immediate vicinity of the turn table. the thoroughfare" is in even bet ter shape than it was before the con struction of the road. Workmen have just placed in the crossings of the electric railway over the cable railway on Yesler avenue, and the entire length of track of the electric railway is now laid. It looked for awhile as if the motor road would beat the cable road in getting its line in operation, and the chances now seem to favor the cable road. Messrs. Crawford «& Conover yes terday let the contract for the clearing of the eighty acres of land on Madi son street known as the Ren ton tract. J. I>. Meenach has taken the contract and will level off everything close to the ground. This will open up an im portant and a valuable residence por tion of the city. TheOordan Bros, have rented the store at 814 Front street, and in twelve days hence will open a store there. This firm have a large number of stores. They have three in San Fran cisco. one in Los Angeles, one in San Diego, one in Portland, and now one in Seattle. This makes a total of -even store*. Mr. Amos Brown is moving forward to the line of the street the old WvckofT building at the comer of Cherry and Second street-s. The building will be reconstructed into office*, and will be finished in ten days. Ladk-s! Save money in household linen by railing at the San Francisco store early in the week. Don't put it off if you have to commit ihe baby to the tare of the watch dot while you are examining our ewods. The do* will protect the bahy from violence and we will protect you from high prices at other storvs. Tokla*, siager man i Co. B«-autff«l d«sc,«_:cd dinner «*i for to at N. Chilberg &. Son's. Ask your grocer foi Star Kracd California Fioar. Fifty rent chemises. handsomely trimmed. Chester Cleary. Star Brand California Flour makes the lightest and whitest bread. Fine china tea sets for |9 at N. Cbilberg £ Son'a Thos. P. Freeman, landscape gardener, Second, bet. Cedar and Cay, North Seattle. One dollar nightgown* handsomely trimmed with embroidery. Chester < leary. HUloa. Charlie! Where did you get that suit* By jore. you're a stunner Well, you bet 1 got it from Toklas, Singer* man A Co. % New silk lustres and Sicilians. < heater Cleary. Posnirely the cbeapes* lot in the city, my |,VO lot on Mill-street cable MM in Ya# ler's first addition, 60xl>. Georje Dorffei, < 'ommtrcial street. Tea-cent corsets small vim. rbester Cleary. Carprt remnants in lapastrie*, nod; Brussels and inaraiss. AH (Trades offered at a reduction of 50 per cent Toklas, Singerraan 4 Co. £»le of remnanta. Cheater cleary. Geo. W. Elliott. W. T.. makes specialty of front foot business rrwperty and oontruas the most valued. Bank references: Ben. E. <1 Co., Kilensburgh National Embrofcleriee. Cheater Cleary, l>rives ia drew sroods. Cheater Cleary. Ten-cent fiae-cbeck naiaaook. Chester Cleary. The sery best mas.es ia corset* are now offered at cerr >ax*e reductions by Tokias, j-incernvaa 4 Ca Fifty cent SO-ineh drsp de i ! ma. all wool. Chester Cleary. t*ale of table linens. Chester Cleary. Do yon want fine mnsltn underwear ebtap* Then call oa Toxias. t*tnfeT»an St Co. New kid stove*. Chester Cleary. H. Wilcox, cash grocer. £l9 Sooth second street. New alpacaa. Chester Cleary. Bargains in children's French ribbed hose, ail ssks, this wes-k at Toklaa, &agvr mas A Co'*. New ireod* dally arriving Chester Cleary. A large line of Japanese silk curtains slaughtered at the San Francisco ►tore. ' Embroidery sale Cheater Cleary 5 POWDER Absolutely Pure.; This Few 0t? iMrvasvanea a aarvai at prniitT Tn-rtTf »n1 wtin *nsinnaa Man economical &an the orliaary kiaia and» ean not be fo'-i ir. mpeUfion with the seal tttede ef lew u*t, tSmt weight. a.*ia or puosplaae »«>w !era Said oelv in eaaa, 1 BOVixßaxivb "oiraatCo.,WSWailrtftwt *»w Torm irtMwfi . FRVE'S OPERA HOISE. Oml F. Far* Prep'jiad Mtsign THURSDAY. FBB'Y 14. BARRETT and j GLEAMS: Dramatic Company, Is rise Great Sensational Prams "SOLOMON ISAACS" New scenery, fine costume*, magnificent stage effect*. Friday, Feb. 15, "KATHLEEN MAVOURNEEN." Saturday Nigtu, "LADY OF LYONS.** Matinee, "SANCEROUS CARRE." Tickets on »ale at the Seattle Pharmacy Grand Concert Under the Auspices of The Harmonv Club V OF SEATTLE. Greatest Musical Treat Ever Given in Seattle. February 21, at $ Orioek p. is., MI'S OPERA HOUSE. TWO MALfc QUARTETTES. SWINGING CHORUS FAN DRILL. MALE OCTETTE. SOLOISTS, ETC., ETC. AMI8&I0S iSsgfflte;'" S GRAND BALL! To be given on the Silver Anniversary Of the Order ef Knights of Pythias Tuesday Evening Pfb. It. 'B9. FIRST REGIMENT ARIORY BEATTLK. Bv Seattle Division So. I, I'aiform Rank, K. of P. Ad ml—ion to Armory. tI.OO. GRAND BALL. WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY February 22d. 1889, ruder the auspices of Washington Camp No. 1 f PATRIOTIC ORDER SOUS OF IIEKICA, AT ARMORY BUILDING. Tlckata ateittiag Outlmu aa»aflsa.llOft NOTICE Of a meeting of the Stockholders of tha AJmond * Pbiilipa ftwadry Company. tea the purpose of increasing the capital stock of said company VOTIC E W HEREBY GIVENf TO THE stockholders of the Alliaond & Phl»- iipa Foundry Company, by the under •irned. ail of th* trustees of said eom- M it thai a mcetng of said stockholders. Will be held at the ottee of said company Us the city of Seattle Kin* county, Waahington Territory, oa Wednesday, the Xfth day of February, lv«. at 11 o'clock la the forenoon of said daT, far tha parsoae of tacraartn* the cap its) stock of aald company ia prcs ™ "W^a-EiSS. W R PHItXIPS. Trustees of said AUmoctd A PhfUix* F«>-Jadry Co, I>at*d Seattle, W. T.. Dweeatxf 3K IS* Have your mtfUlnM. music, and law books bound substan tially at F. Ant*»ony*s Blnoory. Opera Block VkrtiH jn wish to mke* large « INVESTMENT Itis cm* Mter«» tejr.Mir ekoiee W- 6* good ttma «r ted Can*. Hand* sw.thhß* bet gut-edfe yHyn;, which tacr eaa oottwricntionslT rw>o raeod. sad ia the ttM soaaetbla* caa be tooKi to nit trtiyat'i pan*: Front Street Property. $ 1 00.000~*fL 5 * 00 Krttt " V VV|WV Hurt, end soothe? ia tie iw isexac on We* susec Tbeaehxs chit rt|<irt*a rtf h» sad tiros jMarckaliy extend to deep water. Oa the ptwf*Ttr si* wbanre*. factories and bsataeM bom* which will rent for flflKs mootis. Price, fttlMM: ooe-foorth each, balance oa ioof time. Si&OOO" 1 ? 1 " 7 *** Jroou «* oa v the soatheast ctireer of Front and Marioa. coTerrd with s bnck baLHliag. Mt .00C. €ift (WHM iot oa the (V. side of fIUjWV Front street, between Mad- ison sad Siting. $30.000-£rV7L7.£,-« twees sad Spring, t30.«& tOfi Af|A-Lot oa the wwt side of f2U,UUU Front sows, next to the corner of Pike. Oa the k* is s *7»W resident tr. Price, *25,0<»; one-fourth is&h, balance on loa* time st S per teat. $lO flnn~ Rw tosonibe east of flV ' WUU Froat street, between Vir ginia tad U'cora; 910,000. Commercial Street. $65 nftn- AULW » 5 ■•ra.-rnii ?o<>,Uin> K lhmst eonjej. of Commercial nad Main amti, includ ing the Arlington Hotel building, 165,009. tRQ AAA-KiftT three feet frontage on Commercial ftreet, be twees Vernier avenue and Washington street, 163.000. Second Street, $7 Sftft" roftT feet *"»*««« on »*- w ■ |Wv ond street, near Pike. the cheapevt property ©a the street. Choice Building Los. £7 lot* corner Madison and V«,WU xenth.fTOOO $6,000-£-° lots corner Xlnth sad jtA AAA-I*° krts southwest corner of ▼°» WV Madison and Ninth. 4 AArt Tro lots, southeast corner " I Twelfth street and Yesler avenue, $40(10. AAA-Two lots southwest corner VI|WW Bpriag and Twelfth street 4»A AAA—Two lots comer Eleventh and Cherry, H.OOO. CO fvAA— Lot on north aide of Main. between Tenth and Eleventh •2,000-2Sr. of Tenth and Vir sl fiRA-Two lots on Moltke street vx t cuu near John, SUSO. 750~~ lx>t on soitheast corner * ' Broadway and Barclay street, €1 fiAA-MxM feet northeast corner ▼ ' Ninth and Lane, SI4OO. <HI AfiA—Two lota on Jackson street ™ » :tiear Twelfth, at 11450 each. QKA— on Waahington, near * 4 » UUV Twelfth, fIJSO to IHOO. $1 250 _Lot * 00 *Aln near Twelfth y ' aww atreet, from $1260 to #1350. Cheaper Building Lots. 1 AA—Two lota on Twelfth street, v between Stewart and Vir ginia, one block from street cars'. $llOO each. 1 ftO~ Two iot * mv corner of v » v Jackson and Green sts.,on the cable roads, for 11100. $850" Fia coroer 111 Eastern addition. diQ RA- Choice corner on Madison vPOUV ,tr«et,»SsQ. SBOO~ Ki e !ot io Park addition, I*oo. f\An~T«o lots in Syndicate addition, 11000. <X*fißri--Oae of the choicest lots in East 4>OOU addition. d|O Crt-ThM good lots in Central Se ▼ attlo near the reserroir. *350 each. &OAA—Lois in block 24, Big*low * ad «PUW diUon, 1390; corners, J325. J250 _Ttowof choicest lots in ▼ yv Cn«a Supplemental add., |7jo. $250" X '° ta in Mc<iilvr * • addition. lot* in Miner's addition. Houses and Lots. 4kl 9 AAA-Two lots at the north 91A|VW V(ft comer of Spring and Sixth streets, including a fine resi- dence, 112,000. dJI A AAA-Two lots on Sixth street, 91V,VW three minutes' walk from the Occidental hotel. On one lot is a house that will rent for 160 a month. price, 110,000; easy terms. AAA- Fine house and lot corner 9•| WW mUI Terrace, IT.OOOi dJC QAA-Lot earner Depot and Wall ▼" ow streets, including three new Nx room eotUges. Fine location; f&SO. djQ onn- Sice bosse and weil-lo yu,AVV anted lot 00 the upper side of Ninth street next to the corner of Stew- art; *2300 £9 A AA~ I-ot and new sevenroom V«,tvv ibouse and small barn, cor ner wf Harrisim and Mary streets, near the Depot stnpet cable tine and the elec tric road, wti.h a splendid view of the city, the harbor, the mountains and lake Union. fi«o. CO QAA - "® teet comer Pine and eleventh, with a seven room. hard-finished house and modem conveniences, $£366. Acre Tracts. AOA AAA-ft® seres on ths wtrt side fczUiUUU of the lake. <36.080. Kverj ting else in the vicinity is plaited, dn C AAA— Ten acres, e Jeered and H>ID»UUU level, just off of Madison street. 113.000. <m O AAA—<"koioe acres at Klrk- ISM with nearlv half a mite of the rery best water front, at lUOOan acre. A-i o m »cm tt «■« vbIZ»UUU b*y. at »liO an •cm. Owner need* Buntjr at oacee and offers by far the cheapens 'rart in that Ticinity. Land ad journing Is aelMttf is iota. Ai CAA— Thirty acre* north of Cnkm S4.OUU bay near Yealart Mill, ax luoL (hO AAA -Twenty acrea near LakeWsab- IbZivUU iagton ataxat directly op poaite KtrktaiuA, a* »1» per acre. Sev enty acre* adjosnin* sold tome time a»o for tI.T f"* An AAA - Twenty acres near Kirk land, SZiIA/U at (tot per acre. <UI C7K~TaenTy fire acrea near Kirk -3>liO/0 Miirt at man acre. Business Chances. si2,ooo~saeasJs:^s ftirre ftnfrelua* furniture for W6 vmu and partocs. hath rwaaa. i*a»dry. etc.. for Sli eOO. Fiimttara la worth this. &trj AAA "^'*® lll <Wb * 11 J*,! I .®* bo * i ~ ip/jUUU nam. r.300: baif interest. S3 OCK) - * f&rTUtur * t * ttaj Ccnwev Rural aa4 leal Eulak IniLfn. NEW »LOCK-Taketheeferator sEATTUT WAJSHINOTOS. TOKUS, SIRCBRKAK 8 CO. DNEUI'AILED VALUES DEPARTMENTS! \r AX is more or )*» the slare at eircamsianee, and tht- applies u-«ionu- to the individual. hat to families erf individual* as w see thtm in the rations nation# of the earth The aborigine of Africa is perforce a benichied xarag*. becao.se nature failed to nuke the dark continent KmnbW by a veil undented coart Ha*. The farmer, if be please*. may sow hi* seed in uriater nwir<, hot it yieids no return. He is hedged around by nature's Jaw of season. The average merchant like th* farmer, has hw dull seasons a* wtjil as bii basy, bat the wide-awake bu«ine*s man i* hn<? in all *ea«on«. How to do this, is the question. THE SAN FRANCISCO STORE does a Urge l asine*; is the dull season by Forcing the Demand; Forcing it by Reduced Prices, that bria* out even the most psniaMauotis to Look at the List! DRESS GOODS. At &t»e—English suitings ... Worth lt>-,c At 16*ie-Dres.* poods in fancy checks . Worth 25c At 75e—12-inch, nil wod dress good*, fancy checks Worth SI.OO At 75c —Black brocade velvet . .. . ..... Worth s2.'*) At s»te—Fancy striped velvets Worth $2.00 At f 1.00- Colored Moire silks Worth $1.75 At 50c— Few ends summer silk# Worth 11.00 French Combination Suitings at Half Price. LADIES' CLOAKS, JACKETS, COATS, ETC. At $5.00- Black and brown Newmarkets Worth SIO.OO At slo.oo—Flush jackets . . Worth $15.00 Atsl6.oo-Plush Modjeskas ... Worths32.so At $38.00--Plush coats .. . . Worth $50.00 At SIO.OO flush carts. .. , . Worth S2R4O At s2.oo—Sealette rnurfs.. .. Worth $3.00 Great Bargains in Fur Sets, Single Muffs and Tippets. HISSES' AHD CHILDREN'S CLOAKS. A Large Lin* hi now offered, and attention I* drawn to the following: At s2B.oo—Monkey trimmed, Helton Newmarket Worth $35.08 MHinTERY BABOADTS. At sl.2s—Ladies' felt |gts and bonnets Worth $2.00 Trimmed Hat* are offered at exceedingly low rates, while Birds and Wing Trimmings are actually sold IILOW COST. Test the truth of this by calling, and don't accept more hearsay. LAWNS. At 10c—Fine imported summer goods Worth 50e At 20c—Fine imported summer good* Worth 88c At sc—Dice-check gingham .... Worth 10c At 10c—Dice-check gingham, better quality Worth 15c DOMESTIC, OFFERS. At 5c—4013 yards white Yosemste stripes Wonh 15c At 10c each— Bath towels, 36x17 ... Worth 12V*c At $1.35 per dozen—Large sixe, ALL LINEN, hock towels Worth $2.00 At H25 per pair—7lb. 10-1 white blanket* .. .. Worth s>",oo At $3.25 per pair—ll-4 extra heavy wool blankets Worth 15.00 At s:\2f> per pair—lo-4 Pacific coast, gray wool blankets Worth $3.50 At $1.75 per pair—<soo pairs gray, pink and tan twill blanket# Worth $2.50 COMFORTERS, full size, from 05c to 53.00 and upwards. Eider down quilts half pries. LADIES' and CHILDREN'S HOSE. At 25c—Ladies' merino vest# and underwear.. Worth *oe At 50c—Ladies' merino vests and underwear, finer quality . Worth 75c At23c— Ladies' fancy striped ho-e ........ Worth soc At 15c—Ladies' fail finished hose in stripes, solid colora Worth Mt At 25c—Children '» French-ribbed hose, dimes ... . Worth Wc At 15c—Boys' half wool hose Worth 25e Be sure and Inquire for Muslin Vrtderwear. Big Bargains. CORSETS and BUSTLES. At $2.50— Long-waisted P. D. corsets Worth s3.os At s2.2s—The C. P. comfortable corset Worth |3 00 At s2.oo—Our fine-shaped I. C. corset Worth |3.00 At 25c— An odd lot of corsets . Worth 75c At 50c—An odd lot of corsets Worth SI.BO Bustles for ail from 5c upwards. MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS. At 50c—500 striped overshirts .. .. Worth tbc At SI.OO-Scotch wool shirts and drawers Worth |I.TS At 25c—Men's extra heavy woolen half-hum Worth 35c T.S.ACO- are sole agents In Beatt!e for Dr. Jaeger's Sanitary Woolen Wear. CLOTHING. In business and working suits, part cotton and some all wool, there are 40 lines, ranging in price from $7.50 to SIB.OO. Black dress suits, strictly all wool, diagonal and cork screw worsted, sacks and cutaways from sls to S3O per suit Fine imported silk-mixed suits, both sacks and cuta ways, all wool, from S2O to $35. A fine line of Prince Albert Goats and Vests. In Corkscrew, Piquot and Wide wale for a coat and vest, $22.50 to $27.50. Our first installment of spring goods has arrived, and we can show some very handsome Spring Overcoats and New Styles in Trousers. Our stock is still very complete, and we can show .in elegant assortment of all kinds of wearing apparel Country orders promptly attended to. Goods exchanged, or money refunded. Boys and Children's Suits at $2.50, $3.00, $3.50 and $4.00. No shoddy. The finest bargains now offered in the city in this line. Columbia and Front Sts. TOKLAS, SINGERMAN & GO. IN ALL •'5