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The Seattle post-intelligencer. [volume] (Seattle, Wash. Terr. [Wash.]) 1888-1914, April 10, 1889, Image 4

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WiULA fHU-H. * HW).
Wasr-oa-Waste*
mmATrtM, wr.nwmnAr. arrrir to.
WHKKf TBI WAIN CURKBWT IS.
Tbe imntßMt towards Washington
and the Pacific Northwest generally
•f the tide of immigration and capital
Iron the Ea«t is the latest of many
aimilar movement# during the last
lew years. Twelve year* ago there
wan a Mtreng impetus in the direction
ml Texas and it looked aa though the
asost prosperous and populous high
way across the continent might ex
tend by the way of St. Louis through
Arkansas Texas, New: Mexico and
Arisona to Boutbern California. An
immense system of railroads,
in whfc<h might be included the Could
lines, the Atchison, Topeka A Han'a
Ye and the Southern Pacific, was built
•p under the influence of this South
western movement. Sympathetically
allied to this was the entry i«iio old
Mexico of American capital to build a
number of railroads, llut this entire
Southwestern movement has proved a
failure. Texas baa Left on her bands
■sore uncultivated lands than is repre
aented by the entire area of two states
m» large as Washington Nearly every
Hne of railroad built through her bor
der* went into bankruptcy, and she
has relap«ed into a condition of com
yarstm- inactivity.
Arixcna and New Mexico have
proved even more disappointing. Both
•f them had transcontinental lines of
ros'i in the AtehUon, Topeka A Santa
W and the Southen! Pacific long be
fore Washington had one. and yet
neither was fit to be admitted into the
Union along with Washington. Mon
tana and the two Dakota*. The Atchi
•on, Topeka A Santa Fe road, whi< h
looked to Southern Kan«*«, New
Mexloo, Arisona and Southern Cali
fornia for support, baa failed to realire
expectation*. and a* a result is in a
crippled and precarious condition.
The Southern Pacific has prosper**),
not U*caa«e the bulk of the country
through which it runs, but became of
•nperior California and Pacific coast
connection* and its advantages as a
they'll Mr , ' v " *f freight. The col
lateral movement into M<a?3n has
completely collapsed. Mo*t of tb*-
rallroad.* built through that country
American capital are not tanking
enough money to pay their running
e*pen»e*. and the effort to induce im
migration to move in that direction
ha* prove*! an absolute failure
Hut the dauntleas spirit of Ameri
canism was not to l>e thwarted in Its
Attempt to compas* the continent by a
failure to establish a southern belt
through which to e*tablMi the main
line of communication betweeu the
Atlantic and Pad tic. When the two
Dakota*. Montana and Washington
wer» given |iermission to enter the
Union, the line of *tate* *»«, for the
first time, established alt the way
arm** the continent, and national
indorsement given to the great North
wr iern movement, which has Pu>et
ttout-d for its tlnal terminus. tAnd
Here, *e believe, the true ami imma
nent t*n i t nental highway is to be
nstabhdird. At no distant day there
will lie a fbatn of l»r»re and prtwperou*
eitie* all the way from Pugets ound to
the Mississippi riwr, and a heavy ami
aucce«aful Intervening population.
There i* more real and substantial ac
tivity in the portion of the country
here indicated than anywhere else In
the national domain. It is tt»« fJeid of
the huild'.ng of more cities a::d to*t ».
Hie settlement el a larger emigration
•mt U»e eon*tru Uoe td more mile* of
railroad than can lie found el«ewhere
between the two ocean*. Alt this
mean* a *re»t deal for the Northwe*t
Pacific o.m*t. It means that we are in
the central current that mu*t flow
constantly and at an Increased rate
from the East to Wr-t, enriching
everything in it# course, and thus giv
us a welt founded and permanent
We believe the sew state of Wash
ington should be looked at it* the
light of tbe*e facts and conclusions,
and that while we should n>t indulge
in extravagant expectations. «c
•hould at the same time not fad to
h**e a realising *en«e of the actual
|*w»;tilitie* «»f the situation.
COM tIIMIU «»VKRMIKXT »t «-
vita.
It i* ea«y enwigh to forear* that
there h» t« art*» treat rmnarence at
the slowncr* >.n u'lk-nj of government
wwttpof tar d throu h it Wa hing
ton There .« no <ie; art -■«■■ ts of thf
fowraitiml in *h <h ; h re ••■».» much
red tape a* in ?h*lan t Thin**
there move *a if tiua were ;> easitm)
hy centnriea instead of by year*. There
are million*of ts* K* ti't<taml an»t
agricultural 'an * f Wa- htng'on yet
unsurvevad. and, I he efor*, *suts 4e
the po**ibi 1 v of entry or any »rt of
o*e It wa* thought i »i whan the
deposit ayatam waa orfaaia«d the da-
T
ii«j would |tts ipnt jtfiw otw
come. The theory of l»s •**«« ta
that «hea any individual
interest in a p*r* of tamd to bavoil
aurveyod st hi# m eoit. H» (Wfr
ment wfß do st for him, tike awOoyka
be pot op is *d roe* "m ft* bands «*
the nrmarfiMnl «l tt> »taU or
territory in wbich tbe ll*d may bap
pea to be Bat this haa alfcrded little
or bo ndief. There «* hundreds
of deposit* In U» bend* of Herveyoe
General Breekeiwtdge st (Hftapim at
; (kit moment, Wt when be makes the
carve j» they are sf»t on h the land
I department st Washington City and
there filed ready for fature eaamrne
tion sad approval, and there they may
be kept for year*. This is sn evil that
etruioly to be mmedied. snd
there ought to bo s concentrated
movement organ ued looking to that
end. The surveyor general of this ter
ritory is willing and anxious to make
tbe*e survey*. and the people are still
more anxious to hsve them made.
That they are not made interfere* so
rioudy with the prosperity of the ter
ritory, and the genersl government
ought not to be allowed Son*er to
stand in the way.
A 6BATB SirCATIOS.
The charges made by the mayor
snd members of the Common Cooeci
againH tbe chief of police are of the
gravest character. Mr. Mitchell is ac
cused of neglect of duty, violstion of
hi* osth cf office, snd coLhudon with
criminals to defeat the ends of justice.
These charges, they aseert, they can
prove by abundant and positive testi
mony. Mr. Mitchell, we understand,
will dei j everything. The burden of
proof lies, of course, with tbe mayor
and Council, and under tbe circum
stance* they will be compelled to in
stitute proceedings of impeachment.
Tbere is no other counts unless, in
deed, Mr. Mitchell should practically
confess judgment by resigning, which
we are assured be will not do.
This unfortunate situation is most
seriously to be regretted. We bad
hoped under this administration (or
harmonious operation of tbe city gov
ernment in its various departments.
Mr. Mitchell was elected as a reformer,
and his fall, if he shall not be able to
maintain his position, will be a serious
blow to those who voted for him, firm
in the conviction that in bis election
the city would secure an honest and
able man for the head of its police
department.
PABSIMOXT. HOT PATRIOTISM.
A question is growing in the minds
of not a few intelligent men as to
whether the so-called surplus in the
treasury is a legitimate one and aa to
whether it is not the result of ill
advised stinginess. It in urged that
the unwise economy prevalent of late
years has had much to do with the
storing of the much-talkud-about mil
lions in the treasury vault-. The put
lic services have been kept down to a
starvation point in many instance',
the national defenses have been neg
lected. and the interest* of the nation
sacrificed to an Hnwi«e spirit of psr>i
reony, under the delusion that Mich
psrsimony i* patriotism. Notwith
standing the fact that the annual
receipts have been large, it is quite
clear that if the government of the
I'nited States employed the fturpkta In
creating an efficient navy, subsidizing
a mercantile marine to extend our
trade with Central and South Ameri
can countries, and in protecting our
principal port* agsin>t the attack of
an enemy's fleet. there would not be
so much of a surplus to fret and worry
the many celf-constituted watch dogs
of the treasury.
It has been well said that there are
many, aho, tenniirg u cu this popu
lar spirit of economy, make it their.
•»**<• function in public life to find fault
with ail expenditures, vise and un
wisc. In some instances, payments
have besn pare»l and cut down to the
verg* of meanness, so that appropri
ation* have been rendered utterly use
less. Certain policies have been main
tained and modes of thought formed,
MI that it is now often actually a dar
| ing act for a fenalor or member ef
1 Congress to advocate a large outlay cf
public money, even though it will re
; suit in great and unmistakable benefits
|to large sections of the country. Even
jin small matter* this cheese paring
• Idea has prevailed and some of our
propo-ed legislators. in order to get
the reputation of being faithful guard
ians of the public pur*«, harangue
over the outlay of a few cent*, and
hamper the work on public improve
ment* in every direction.
Stingim*-* i* not economy, however,
and is not in harmony with American
Ideas. When the people think «o*>er!y
they realise that the tin e has gone
by when it is nc< es-ary to postpone an
outlay which is really wise and needful.
The urplu- i large at present, but
there are many opportunities for large
expenditures and in directions in
which the *afety, honor and prosperitv
of the nation are concerned. There
need be no extravagance, but rather a
generou* and broad-minuod outlay for
oh)eot* which are national and worthy
Wing dealt with in alibrral fashion.
II i* eery gratifying to know that
tbe new «paper< throughout the Ka»t.
without regard to party, b**e aliuoet
universally condemned the action of
the «eiut« in rejecting the nomination
of Mural Haistead for the German
mtodon. The new-paprts in tht* in
stance. a« they generally .Jo, do not
wy(Wl>| them-eler* alone, hut the
general public. They but «*pre-»> the
Kenrral •♦entiK.ent of tbe country when
they contend that the raited states
Senate should not be atado the avanne
for tbe settlement of personal <iuf. r
etu-r* or Uve avenging of fancied |s*r
aonai wrong*. Mr Halatoad one of
the forrmo-1 joumahata of the eoun
try. and no accusation of iperaooaldia
honor ha* ever been brought against
him. Ht» fitnc* for the place to
whk-h he wa* named was not ques
tioned. It ww an honor to which he
«a« entitled by raason of hi* long and
distinguished aanrfcaa to his part v.
The *ole can- 1 * of his rejection wa«
that he had critici«ed certain senator*
to hi* paper for refuting to ineeetigata
the acandalous rifi'Wi of. Henry !»,
I'arre to the t rated States Seate.
At the lime this rritKM«m waa made
the »h Je country felt ll to he well
founded. TWrr was not. a man in
Ohio who had any kn«>vl«dg* of the
(act* who d? ? . not f*a! ti moral car
r 1 '-V
trig* «l tkoMi. n Mk
«y Iftthe election of Paywu. Mr.
HW»toa4 hot fs«« erpnsilos teHN
mtTtrtsl —if i nint. tin serious
'limitu of flw United HCstm constitute
iof itacif s pcosf otst-fOrship. Wo to
«*■ A# A JIOA auyMklA gwH
iww pgiMBTC imw iiiiicricia ptvyre win
tdenU anything of the' kind, for
j liberty of the pram is as thoroughly
i guaranteed in this country ss liberty
1 of thought snd iiwrty of speech.
Lord Salisbury's government has st
last been forced teoffer a bill in par
liament which grants s largo degree of
boms rule to Scotland. The bdl as
reported Monday evening provide* for
the creation of county councils, the
me cabers of n&ich sre to be eiactcd by
householders. These counefl* are to
have the power of framing and passing
private bills without the interference
of !<«riiazaent. Heretofore Seottud
ha* been almost if not quite as com
pletely ruled by pariiamentas England
proper. But of late there has been a
grasring demand for an enlarged right
of local self-government The agita
tioct in behalf ot home rule for Ire
land has given great strength and
enoonragement to the like movement
in behalf of Scotland. The latter has
been a quieter niOTeraer.t. but none the
les* earnest and determined. That the
present conservative ministry should
have introdaced this ts;l i« a recogni
tion of the great cause of liberalism so
long and ao eloquently cinmpioned by
Mr. Gladstone. Every *tep in this
direction they take is a xmfesfeion of
tbe rigbteousn««» and "rnth of the
of Mr. Gladstone, and it would
appear that tbe bulk of the English
people would learn to see this by and
by and give the right man credit for
what is due him.
Mr. C. J. Smith, tbe new manager
of the Oregon Railway & Navigation
Company, waa formerly controller of
the company under the management
of Mr. C. H. Prescott. Three years
ago he resigned his position at Port
land and took a position in tfca finan
cial office of the company in New
York. From there he went
to Omaha in the land department of
tbe Union Pacific. Mr. Smith ia a very
thorough man in all respects, and re
markable for business energy. He ia
familiar with tbe country and ita
nee<!s, and may be depended upon to
push the eerVlfee of the 0. R. A N. Co.
in every possible wav.
The new territorisl officers who en
tered upon their duties yesterday will
give, during the few months which re
main of our territorial condition, an
administration which the people may
be proud of. There will be no prosti
tution of official character for private
and mercenary ends, no jobbery and
no snobbery. It is a comfortable thing
once more for this republican com
monwealth to have a Republican ad
ministration , even though there is but
little for the administration to do.
Mr. A. M. Brook* has been appointed
postmaster for Seattle. He is well
qualified for the place, being a man of
energy, of practical business skill,and
having had several years'experience in
pnstoffice work at San Francisco. He
will soon bring order out of chaos in
our postoffice.
The most notable and by far the
most admirable tiling in Gov. Sem
ple's administration was the manner
of hi* leave-taking yesterday. No
man could have retired more grace
fully from an honor*hie position.
THIS OKTHftKMAWE CHt'KCH
An Appeal for Money to Aid In Fajr
l«K far ike Property.
SRATTLK, April 0.
To TO* KHITOS: Home years ago
practically all Swedes were Lutherans,
at least nominally. To-day about 90
j>er cent. are such, bGth in the old
country and in America. A general
body of Swedish Lutherans was or
ganiitHl :*> years ago. under the nam#
of Scandinavian Evangelical Lutheran
Angustana Synod of North America.
llev. P. Carlson, a missionary ot
this l»->dy visited Seattle 10 years ago.
He found very few Swedes at that
time. In l>wt "he purchased a lot for
f 000, on Third street, near I'ike, and
huilt a church and organised a con
gregation. As members were com
paratively few (26). and as times were
hard, little help from the- out-ide
« outd be expected. The Church Ex
tension Society of the Augustamt
Synod borrowed money, paid for the
property, and has held title thereon
ever since, paving interest on the
loan. Now the rhurch Ex ten-ion So
ciety must sell the property, and
offer* it to the <iethsen»ane congrega
tion for SSOOO.
The m**iitt<cr*hip now is about
40, all laborers. They will do
what they can bv way of subscription,
but are not able to raise the above
sum ami must a«k their Christian
brethren t-> help them. A >ub>er.p
tun hst has ju-t S>een started, and Mr.
A. t'hillierg has kindly loaded the list.
All subscriptions by Americans a ill
L>e acknowledged in the POWMVTM.LI
KNCKR. tho»~ by Swedes will be read
in the church.
Rev. A. G, Anderson" of Taeoma
ha- for the last four years been pastor
of this church, but now Kev. A. I*.
Monten of We>t Sup-rior, Wis , has
accepted a call and is authorised to
solicit and collect subscription* for
this purpose. IVTUKRA*
The object of this appeal vreios an
entirely worthy one. The church is
doing good work in Seattle, and de
serves the aid of Christian people, and
of alt who are willtne to promote re
ligious and moral influences in the
community. Mr. A.thilfeerg and Mr.
Jacob Forth hare made donations,
and It is to be hoped that others will
be as liberal.
A *AMO.«I« rmiriuiHisK.
S»Khtr viu#rtra Nor (iarmaay to
»niit i;»|»r,rc»m»ih;j •»
W April 9 A special to
the .Vii l a<*d Kspi'** aavs; Your cor
re#|wndent has the eery bigbr-t au
thoi Hy for the stale men t that an agree
ment has bean reached by the *tate
department ard the (termin foreign
trlti® that there ahail be no remforva
n«ent*o( Teasels or ir*op* belonging
to the two government* now on duty
at 2>amo« Tht> a«: rev meat ia to be in
force until the s*-Moan commission
has finished its labors. It ia under
aUxni that the proposition for the
agteeww nt came iturvc; from Bismarck
to Secretary HUint.
Catcaeo. April 9 —Capt Learv erf
the State? steamer Adooia ar
ftrw this morning from San Fran
t tseo. He lett Samoa nr* months ago.
He e\praaa. * the op:: ion ;ha: »« there
had heatt more cod at I'ago- Pago
more iier* hare feesn »ared in
ihe recent storm
Saa K*a»ct*c.\ April 9.—lt ia
claimed her* that the kw.* of the
war>hipa at Semoa through lack ol
etvd could hare ts«n A
firm in this cite a«MQaint<t)
with the Samoa;; coast and the immi
nent danger to boats unprovided wjih
SSMatSStuf ntltaaS
SMJmak l^^ata^S
W HWCrrWO W
HlllllMMt banMtlWMUaftMl sad
r«*««ed. A contact wffwtel
nto. Bb
claimed that if the offer of AwtraSn
coal had Imb accepted the disaster
»Uithmhi*a»fertcd, as the coal
could ham been placed on board within
30 days.
•■■thai B% Vtas ta »iwat
atvuraiß, Ga., April &—The Sa
vannah cotton mill burned this after
noon. Tbti«ncf spread » rapidly
that K« employes bard? bad time to
aacsjpa through the windows. The
tots! loss is $100,000; insurance, 149 -
000.
Ertatt 6srrtn tt«iaf ts »»«tlis<
BsxTiHoajt, April ».—Robert Garrett
b greatly improved and will probably
no to Scotland in Jobs to hunt on the
estate of Ross Winans, who-* guest he
will be
MARRIED.
W A iXEM9CHI^EOKR^S,CN-April 5,
IW7. ta Seattle at the residence of the
officiating ela gymac. R*t. F. W. LoyJMr.
An#. Wauenscftiaeger and Miss Matilda
f joewn. botS of Be*"le.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
R. AGASSIZ,
Solo agent for Northern Washington for
Champion Bicrcles aid Trieyt-te.
Send lor catalogue.
NOTICE.
From and after April 10. 1889. ordinance
#•&, nrohibitmg papers and rabb'sh of any
kind deposited on streets and alleys in the
city of Seattle, will be strictly enforced.
L. CDMMINGS, Street Commissioner.
Advertisements under the heads of Lost
Pound, For Sale, To Let and Situations
Wanted will be inserted at tbe rate of 2
cents a won' for first insertion; 1 cent a
word for each m;,bseqaens insertion. Pay
ment always in advance.
The following letter* ar« awaiting adver
tiser* at thi* offttv
"WTD"TK" IST '\ Cook.
... - map wawtmbk
YVANTED -"GIRL FOR" KITCHEN
v? work in restaurant. Call at 1426
Frrnt street.
YET ANTED—A GOOD SOLICITOR; GOOD
vf pay to right man. J. Hatledge, Room
M, Squire's bloek.
WAMID— AN EXPERIENCED< LOIH
in* salesman; Scandinavian pre
ferred. R. -Immi 12 Washington »twet
WAN IED A GOOD WOMAN TO
work and take charge of a small
household; wastes jtt v<> £4O D* pot street.
W ANTED— A GinL TO Asal-t'i TO DJ
chanter work and wait on the
table, lnquiie corner Madison and Front
over the drug stor*
ANTAD-A COAT-MA KtR AT OACE.
vT Apply to Ui>mau Tailoring Com
pany (iinnstt, Wash
\\ r ANTED A FIRST CLASS DRUG
v» cirrk. Apply at Haven & Co.'r, 1424
Front street. Seattle
WANTED— A > A< TIVE MAN (ONE
out of employment) to begin on fair
salary and work himself up, rt presenting,
in bis own locality, an olu erabiisbed
bouse. References exchanged. Address
Manufacturer, lo<k br»* t. r *s. M. Y. H«w4t
\I T A>TBD-A GOOD GIRL FOR GEN
vv era* housework: good wages. Applv
Mrs. K. Gotutein, Union, between Fourth
and Pi'th.
117 ANTED—LADI. AOTIVK AND IK
vv telligfrttt, to represent, in her own
locality, an 0)4 firm. Reference# riven
and required. Permanent position and
good salary. Address Sunt Manufacturing
Hoti«e. H>>* 1 SX.V \Vw Yor*
KHHK OtM KX f ri MTtC/t.
IX7ANTED—SITUATION BY A YOUNG
v* man. jnat arrived from Boston; la'elv
hu*er and superintendent at Jordan. Marsh
A t'o. H W. Coward
\lf ANTED -SITUATION BY A MAN
▼ v from the Ea»t as bar tender, werked
last p'ace four >e a>s, best of references C.
R Davis
\\ T ANTED—AN EXPERIENCED BAR
v » keener wants situation Address O.
H., care ptx.}lnt lUx-em er office
VI 7 ANTED—A YOUNG MAN WHO CAN
»* teach the Eugl'sh branches. Address
Beat'l»* Colteee, eitv.
U AMkly—f-»»lll«.N TOGO <»UT AS
Udies' nurse Call at Mrs. Martin's,
comer John anr 4 Pc.par streets.
11 ?AN TED—alT*' ATI uH AS < LKKK OR
vv boot keep, rat moderate saiarv, W.
A., this office.
llf ANTED—BIT'' ATION BY A YoING
*' man w:th six >eats' practi at bwsi
nets expvrirure: beatreferein es and bond
ifreontred A <■». 8.. tWs nffiee.
11' ANTED—POSITION BY STKICTuY
» v temperate man, thorough bookkeeper,
willing to work at nominal salary at first
B»-srt of reference* Address D. this office
U* API'KD—r.MPLOYMENT BY FlhSl
clas* engineer; can repair owu ma
chin* rv Addr«->.t Kneiticer, this offic .
lA'AMKD-PUsiriOH A- t»TENO »RA
v» I'ber -ud typewriter by a y«ung
ladv. Address R„ Post intellitrencer office
\1* ANTED—DRESSMAKING 422SOI'TH
" Eleve' 'h street hatlafaetiuu Kuaran
tetwl.
Tit If AW T.
U r ANTED—T>* OOR I HREe. eUK
uished room* for light
ing, mau and wii®, cloaeia. Address W..
Pf»st-lnteltirf neer < ffi e
U'ANIED THKKE FOB
housekeeping iu aood locality. Ad
dreaa stating partirslars. L. H. S.. Po»*-
tntelH*. r>o>- office
WANTKH RRXIM
\I T ANTED CITABLE TENANT FOB
vv the Halwr Grabam farm. Inquiri
of Rhsn Smith
R/V T.VF'I.4/,
Money to loan—i. w. k.it*,
r»>om «. I'nion bto-h.
Mo.nkv tu l -an -iii£Ks> r. DA.v
tela. pom 3, st*' r 'j'.tK k, over
A Holm** <?ra* atom
(MM* 10 lA'AN. iS riCMS IXJ
•♦lit borrowers. a»»oxj iro
pp»rc.i ii!r and farm property aiao for
pnn«t*>* l»'*eat rat»«; uo df!ay,
* Bootoh. lOKCotatnMa xttert nr« fron:
MONEY TO UMS FARM* * Sit
•* ty property-»tj the *>.?«•• n Parr
Mor sniir«• Tra»* ct mptur. -«mv» jb. N«"v
Y' «.er b?*> k, A a i; W. T. L< r * ins?
L*>wt*t ratfv N'u J. iav*. Moncv lii b«n>
>*•«»•- A. H Manager
M~oXEY u» loan ATumtan lutto
ao r>«»ram)**i.>rj—«.n !?nprti»td *i«v
n«B an«! rwatoence {.ropertr In ftMitk
ako Ms farm* to King; mum
•tsJ terrltorr. !>>*:i* madi
prompsly a:xl money r«aJd when iht p*i»'
arc «*eaML FRANK R LEK A 00
wr 27, S, w Y«o*r bk«rk.
Money to loan^oFrrall&*tatT
eham! asortsraw r? persona! M-mrtrr
mortje****, elc. bomth:. (i.K. UIL
UK- A CO., ll# MM aM«*«. f>ecidexva
.. n'o-fc ?T::
Nt *ixr*s fHtntKx.
Hr-fXP 8 OrP»»*TT*3»ITY—PO* BALK
»W'W. hox 45»7, HrattJe.
r»R ■iAI.E- BH-1N CM 4M:eV Gko
r m> and cJrar and fruit •*«*!*'.
ewfKttoawy and f-u » •«>•». rb«>ap; loro
**v> H»" A OtiT!Orn»>. Pront ntwe",
VW«»D' I HAS E Ptm~~A~"kit
tanraut man Addnm D<atac Room.
thl*
MTMITXA I-
\VOl'J(w LaOY P*OJ» THE OU
<*wr»i)nif« «o make lb* arr.aais:
*ac i>t a j lww ywitu w-a«» fond o* e»ef»
In* *tiH a»-d atMiiiiß* rtiatk. Por par
V » M M'••(Hlk, (W.
Pigmw 1T.4 VTEA
\%*A>.tW>-A ItKtMßkl MAN WITH
* * five hiadivd d>>i ar» ffiAj; a# pan&rt
in a j.xvt payttif tx*%!»r*a. Call oa or
addrraa, J+za KM srr«**a
Lvst--«?airsrws
hamliurt drflsrs' aaw faraltare.
I7»OE RENT-THREE BKFCRNIPHED
JT rooms: a l ** dsak rows tapgoc; woO
temped. Inquire at room W, Colonial
Tilsrk
TPO RENT C3TTAH® MOUSES AT
A Smith'*Cove. EL A. Smith,
mo RENT—NICELY FURNISHED Air
1 «h< bedroom for one or two panOo
a«t; two blocks tran vostottce; rd»
tawa wqdrrt. Boa «P.
TO RENT—BESTAU RA NT; ALSO STORE
X joaaaßdaleeteakWiojß. Mafr
soa street, brtweea Foaith and Fifth.
TO RENT-THE JOHNSON FARM AT
J. Warn Bay; la acres c3«erad:*i>xi
boase; frait trees, etc. Apply to Fred E.
1 Sander. -
npO RENT-THE NEW STORE AND
1 good businesa location corner Fourth
and Pike streets: aew stack of groceries
net yet opened for aale at invoice ptfee.
Ban* A Boarman. new Batter bonding
wom~aJZE
ITOE BALE—AT FREMONT. LAKE UN~
1* ion, third station Seattle, Lake Shore A
Eastern railroad, only thirty minutes by
raU or electric road and steamer from cen
ter of citT, aeren new seren-room honsea.
Prices low: terms only one-third cash, bal
ance in monthly oc quarterly pavstents,
about equal to rent. Owner. M. Phi lip*.
Occidental hotel.
SALE-ALL OR A PART ALLEN'S
r addition to Seattle. Five-acre traefe
rhirtjtwo lots. Five minutes' walk from
ROM htation. on the S. L. H. A E. R R. One
half cash, balance on time. SaquffiNl ot
owner. 709 Eighth street, South Seattle.
TTtOR SALE-CHOICE RESIDENCE LOTS,
I corner Sixth and Bell, Eighth and
OUre. Tenth and B'anchard. For terma
audrtss P. O. box 649.
KR SALE CHEAP—TWKNTY ACRES
ear the Jackson street cable. Will be
wold cheap by W. W. Belvin or R H. Boyle.
12 Jame* street
FOR 8 &LC—STEAMER. A STERN
wheel boat 100 feet tone, 20 foot beam.
For particulars address box 856. Seattta.
I[*OR SALE—A RARE CHANCE TO PUR
chase a splendid business; capital re
quired. MOO- A lire agent can make $l6O to
£SOO per month. Must have that amoant of
cosA. Big money to the right man. Ad
dress for 10 days only, K. &. K. Co.. care
this office.
F>& SALE CHEAP HORSE AND
boggy. W. E. Burgess, corner Jackson
and Sutter.
L?OR SALE-POULTRY YARD: EVERY
r thing complete for raising fancy or
market poultry: new two-story hous ,
chics en houses, incubators, and brooders;
fine location on the Soand near the city;
from |?QO to SIOOO cash; balance on time
InquireF. A. Bsown. Dearhn>n block.
P>RBALE —MILL—NEW FULLBOLLER
and centrifugal flouring mill. 35 to 40
barrel capacity; never failing water power,
sapplied from Yakima river; in a good
wbeat po«»ntrv: mill is now in successful
operation and doing good business; will
aell with or without a4O acre farm, dwell
ing, and other buildings (to suit part-has
er) mill in located hslf a mile from ship
ping station on N. P. R. R.: will H i the
whole or half interest, with or without
farm, terms r asorable: part cash. For
further information address Hutchinson &
Hohn, Oren postofficc, Kittitas county,
I[*OR SALE CALL ON H HELTON &
Armstrong 'for tbe finest residence
property on tbe Jackson street cable line
ana in Queen Anne Town, /looms 2 and
3, Arcade bmldiag.
T?OR SALE ONE HUNDRED AND
r eighty acres on west side of Lake
Washington; rich land; 20 acre* cleared: by
Shelu>n A Armstrong, rooms 2 and S Ar
cade building. Front street
F>R SALE-THE WHOLE OR HALF
interest in a steamboat; nearly new:
splendid business opening. For particu
lars inquire of Capt L A. Dyer. 204 Colum
bia street.
|?OR SALE-TWO IX)TS 120X120: THE
r northeast corner of Tnird and Univer
sity streets. For terms call for B. R. Brier
-I*. owner, Ye«ler*s wharf.
I7»OR SALE BEAUTIFUL HOME, 120
feet square, with fine 8-room bouse in
splendid order; fruit n full bearing; gar
den of very rich eoil; delightful view of
Lake Union, the waters of the Sound, and
of the Olympic range of mountains. Fur
particulars call <m or address the owner,
ALFRED SNYDER. 724 Seneca st. Seat tie.
|X>R SALS TWO FIRST-CLASS IM
I proved farms on the famous Swinom
ish flaw, near
C. 8. PREHTOK A CO., LaCouner, W. T.
BALK—CLEARED LOTS IN WEST
Seattle; cheap and easy terms. J.
Compton A Co. 11* James st»
xorirr. TO FTTXTKACTORS.
CALL FOR MIH—SEALED BIDS WILL
be received by the undersigned clerk
of the city of Seattle on or before Friday,
April 12, 1889. at 4 o'clock p m , for paint
ing 66 hydrants, more or leas.lu accordance
with plan* and specifications now on file
in mv office. C. WF< r*ls. clerk.
QIXTH SFREET GRe DE-HE A LED BIDS
CI will be received by the undersigned
city clerk of the city of Seattle, on or be
fore April 12, ISBB, at 4 o'clock p. m., for
the gradlrg of and construction of side
walks on both sides of Sixth street, from
Depot street to Pike street, in accordance
with the plans aud specifications
therelor now", on file in my
office. Each bid to be accompa
nied by a cash deposit of $260 as security
for the execution of any contract that may
be awarded. Tbe city reserves the right to
reject any and all hid*, C. W. Ferris,
clerk. First publication of this notice,
April 7, I.HK9.
TEMPERANCE STREET GRADE-
Sealed bids will be received by the
undersigned eitv clerk ol the city of Se
attle, on "or befete Friday, April 12. lIUS9,
At 4 o'clock p. m., for tbe grading of aud
construction of sidewalks on both sides of
Temperance street, from Mereer street to
Bradley street, in accordance with the
plans aud specifications therefor now on
file iu my office. Each bid to be accompa
nied by a tush deposit of $230 as security
for tbe execution of auy contract that may
be awarded. The city reserves the right to
reject any and ail bids. C. W. Ferria.
cie k. First publication of this notice,
April 7.18*8.
CtEDAR STREET GRADE—NOTICE IS
/ hereby given that the assessment rail
for the gradtug of Cedar street, from Fifth
»treet to Elliott bay, and construct ng a
«idewa)k on botb sides thereof, haa been
tile ! with ttie utidersiened. c erk of the
city of Seattle; and further notice is bere
*!> jtiveTi that u d roll is « pen to public
itispeciiou at th" office <*f *afd eletk. in the
city hall, and will remaiu o|«en for Inspec
tion until Friday. April 19, 18®. a* 731}
o'clock p. m., and th«t all peraocs feeling
themselves aegrieved by any such as»e*«-
ment may app.y to the Common Council
of said city to have the same corrected on
-aid April Ift, 1M«, at 7 p. m., at
their council chamber, in the city hall. O.
W. t erri«, ckr*. Date of first publication
sprite, lv.?
OBALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
-0 eeived by tbe tru>tei sof the Olympia
Hotel Company uutil April Its, 1 »#.
at 10 o'clo<k a m. for furnishing all
materials and labor required in tbe
coustmetiiHi of the <> ympia Hot I,
according to the plans aud Sf«ecifications
which will be ready for inspection at the
iffice of Parkiusoti A Erers, architects,
*oodruff block. Olympia. after Katurday,
\pril6. A cettifie*i cheek for SIOOO. up<>n
%ny reliab'e bank, noudltional tbat the
tModev will sign coi<'ra»'l if a»ar«led. must
each Wd. The trustees reserve
1 he right to r» '«-ct snv or all bids.
TKEASI REirs XOTtVfL
I-nE t KEAfil'kt H OF THE t ITY OK
will pay o» presentation tae
oiiow'tig naned warrants. Cherry street
<at>n>vement land. > rdiuance to aud
htrindiug No. All outstanding war
ra< ts OM Depot street ordinance 9"> Ko
l- will he allowed OT ( aaid wa-raota
*? er t»>i> date Isaac Parker, city t«->a»-
•irer First publication of tais noti< e April
*««rm xttrtrtix.
uuws. NO, 7,1 0 0 y„
i~ Meet# every T*>eaday evening, In BeSk
•laU, Notth Seattle, at o'clock. Mem
»-rs of sister Lodges and sojourning
rother*. Is gnod standing, are cordially
invited to attend.
T. V. DOWNING, N. (i.
Join* J. KMore, Rec. Secretary.
e box »lit ! a»Tu
*TKAM*Hir LrXKX ~
rHE brto* TION HTUIUiIf WIL
aalagtoa. Frank Worth, master. carr«-
ug freight and peaaeKgers at ntdueol
UN, will sail from ean Fmoctaro for
9wt« «s kit a J j>. Ha'Hstd.stt
LOOT.
iln txiu,AK tibu> rial a
by a potsr rear-. all be had m tbe
<»wJd. Fla-»er p.ease rsturu 10 Poat-latel
ii>esew '
rdifjfD* """I
jLX»C*D - A WATCH- OWNER CAN I
r have same by calling a: *. F
office
j^OPK^tW
ANTED - BECOSD-HAND COOK.
C^«M»*la|a«i»«».aiftw«.
ikior. uvi*«Krt)*'» ruwa srs
(Ha itukt. ud mmmi takta tw
HttamWdfMMtiMlt to fit. No. 814
taftwrmt
r> LEASE BUSINESS LOCATION.
Lake Co ion waterfront: tendons of
electric moC>r Use. Address M. C-, Post
IrtiilhCTwrrtfcft - .y. ■ ' : " • •
REAL ESTATE AND EMPLOYMENT,
the feat bargains ta itmi and town
property: parties wishing sood aad reliable
net? do w*o to call at Cwktou A C 0.% 89t
Depot m. .
AftnfOp LITTLE BARGAIN;
t tmM.ktekff, Kg*
low's addition: STOP, Betttnaer AMeacbaeu
sO SKLBC|S» LOW 1» DSN NY *
lo Hoyt's for 13600; terms ca*y. Bettiu
ger £ Meacham.
HAZELTIKE HEIGHTS, OVERLOOK
ing Lake Washington: only short dis
tance north of Yaaier-esenae cable, with
sidewalk to the property. We bare for
•ale 10 tots, the finest in the whole addi
tion: only ISO© each: cleared and lerel as a
floor: yon may make yoar own terms.
Frank P. lee A Co. 17 New Tesler block
*Si MI PKR ACRE: W ACRES BE! WEEN
VTw Smith's Core aad Sahara bay:
terms easy. Bettineer A Meaehsm.
GET YOUR CARPETS CUBAN ED BY
the Seattle steam carpet cleaners, Vin
cent A McCnrrhen.
Carpets cleaned look as
bright aa n*w when done by the Seat
tle steam carpet cleaners, Vincent A Me-
Cntnhen.
CLARK & CAPEN SELL FURNITURE,
carpets, bedding, etc., cheaper for cash
than any other firm in or around Seattle.
Try them and v»a will find it so. Pke
street, between Fourth and Fifth.
| FRACTION BLOCK7LBURKE'S
oecond. This is a prime spot
for a lake side sills or a pleasure resort.
Cable line ak>uK«ide. Bertineer A Meacham.
CALL FOR WOOD-TURNING AND
scroll work at M. A. Schwab's Rail
road Mill, foot of Second street.
MEN SEEK IN I EMPLOYMENT AND
employers repairing men will be fur
nished tbe same free of obergw. by calling
at the Batchers' and Baitrs' Hone, So. S
Yesler avenne
THK CHOICEST AND NEATEST DE
fagnsof suiting ever found in Seattle
can be seen at GO It I) AN BROS"., the lead
ing tailors, 812 Front street, where they
make suita to order at Rao Francisco price*.
MME ALESO, THE CELEBRATED
clairvoyant and ea*d reader, can be
consulted at tbe Hotel Brunswick.
OANTHEON BILLIARD HALL. HEAD
IT quarters for Brunswick Balke, Colic n
der & Co. Orders taken for anything in tbe
billiard or pool line. P. Bauman. a**»nt
MHAL ESTATE BARGAINS.
I AM AUTHORIZED. BY EASTERN
parties, to sell the following business
property at very reasonable rates: West
half of lots 10 and 11 of block 26 in A. A.
Denny's addition, on Pike street i»t ll in
block 28, A. A. Denny's addition, on Front
street. North two-thirds of lot 'J of btock
*», Bell A Denny's First addition, on Front
atTeet. Lot Bin block D of Bell's Fourth
addi'ion, on Front street. Inquire of
Everett Smith, attorney at law, 8 Union
block.
fr A'fcES IN WEST SEATTLE; WATER
tf front; sp end d view o- U-e city of Se
attle; one of the handsomest place* for
pleasure grounds on the bay. For sale bv
fbelton a Armstrong,rooms, 2 and 3 Arcade
building, Front street
|/» ACRES IN SPRING BROOK AD.,
1U 3 miles north of Seattle postoffice, for
sale by owner, room 4, Harris & Dickman
building. Front and Marlon rts.
BEL TOWN! BELLTOWN! BELLTOWN!
Some of the choicest residence and
moat promising business properties in
North Seattle for sale by Inoes & McNaagh
tmi. 419 Ced«r «t'e»»f. North Seattle.
Ct HOICK INVESTMENT— KIGHF AND
f one-third acre* in section 4, only f9DO
an acre. Sisiey A Beil, Port Townsend.
, HOK E ACRE PROPERTY NORTH OF
V Lake Union at $350 to 9600 per acre, in
tracts varying from five to 40 acres. B AER
A BOARMAN.
CPECIAL BARGAINS IN LOTS BE
£? twee 11 Mill and Madison s'reets at S2OO
totg«nsnioce,'a«h. BAER&BOARMAS
PHTSrCIAXS AND SCRfIHOXS.
DRS. MINOR A DAWBON (T, T MINOR,
M. D., L. R. Dawson. M. D ), pbjsi
clans aad surgeons. Office in opera bouse
block, Teiepnoues: Offlee. Na. x 2; llr.
Minor * residence. No. 83: Dr. Dawson's
residence. No. 4.
TIOS. KEEKE, M. D . FORMERLY SUR
geon S. I*. R. R. Co., De ruing, New
Mexico; late county physician San Diego,
CaL Female diseases a specialty. Office
Korn block. Occidental square, rooms 31
at»<* S3: telephone 554.
CUKL HoiZS HUHER, M. D. f DIB
/ peases nudieluea free of charge with
each coneoltattou. Rooms SO and :« Union
h nck. Front nr-»>t, alt'e. Telephone SB*.
A P. ANDEBSON. M. D„ PHYSICIAN
• and surg» on. room 3, McNanght
building, 2<*rt< Commercial street. Office
open dav and nlwht.
DR. J. THORNTON ROHM, MAIN OF
flee room A, second floor, Front: resi
dence 1515 Fourth street, near Pike; will
be found in office, Sam. to 1 p. m., 2:30
to 5 p.m., 6:80 to 8 p. m.: 1212 W Front
street. Pullman House, Seattle, W. T.
OR. E O. JOHNSON. PHYSICIAN AND
surgeon. Office corner Front aud
Cherry, over Lawman A Haaford'* store.
Residence #l7 Yealer avenue. Telephone
2S&
SARAH KENDALL, M. D. GRADUATE
of homeopathic college, and from Phil
adelphia hospital practice. Particular
attention to women, children and obstet
rics; 1'203 Heeond street.
DRS. WEED A COE (G. A. WEED, m
IX, F. H. Coe, M. D.) physicians and
■nrgeons, room 2, Ye>ler-Leary block. Of
fice telephone No. I; Dr. Coe's residence
No. I®.
CE. CASE. M. D . ABDOMINAL 3UR
» aeon and evneeoloriat. Tacoma, W.T.
SJ. HOLMES. M. D.. PHYSICIAN AND
• surgeon. Office Colonial block. Sec
ond and Columbia street*. Office Hours
10 SO to ua. ta . j to 4 and 7 to 9p. m
Telephone Xa 122. Residence, Ycsler ave
nue, between Eighth and Ninth streets.
Telephone 2Bt.
Dltii. SMITH A WILLARD (E. L. SMITH,
M. D„ Rufus Willard. M. D.) physi
cians and surgeona Office Pouc.n block
Front street. Ofßre hour*—3 to 4 p. m.'
and ? to » |v m.
MU R. AND MRS. E J. CASTLE, HEAL
ers and teachers. Cnristian science,
mental healing. No. 1015 -"•cond street,
berweon Madiaou and Seattle, Waah-
Iretnn TVHtorr.
<*CVIAHTn AXJi AftUHTM.
DR. GEO. A. REICH. OCULIST, AUR
iat, larjngoacoplst, having returned
from nis trip to the i£a*i and Europe, will
be pleaaed to meet his former patrons
and other* desiring hi* service#, at his
former office, in the Yealer Learv Block Se
attle, W. T. Residence,comer Fourth and
jyl7d*
DRA.B. KIHBE (X'ULIjfT AND ATR
tst, rooms 31 and 32, Korn block, Yoa
!er a*#sw.
KJWIXKKRS A XT) DRAVFI HTSMIC*.
VKVINS A'BAKER (RICHAHD NEV
AV ins, Jr.. and Charles H Baker), civil
etutueersaud architects Plans made for
hvd atsitc aud sanitary works, found*
n-'ti*. and general obstruction, ra«lr«ad
projects slid gen re! »urv«»)rif,g; hnnseade
afgtKd an tui t. No. Front st
SECUREY k OWKNSfJ. G HOC KRY, H
C E. Owei»s>,etvli engiuoera. rarvevnra,
and coxtrartors Railwav* and other pub
;lt* wvrkr lecigned and »nliU Office—
Booths SO and "d Yo'er block. James St.
»ippo«i»-Oe Mental
OP A5il>ERj«ON A CO., ENGINEERS
• and draughtsmen. ComoM town
«bip p'at*: eiry. county an", addition war*
No JIS < tissbii «tif*t, second door from
1 >■!>>•.) « !»M <»WW. W>« h
ififß/nm
Cl<>f» & rvrK |T. m «>fr, ukofy pis .
I architect*. IVnny bine*. »ll Fruat
*tr-et. Ca>» and tee car fr'atU.
JC. ARCHITECT, COE
a Per Seiymd and Cherry.
EF<>KE Bt'iLUIXO CQXJSCLT PARIf
inaon a Krera, architect*, rooms SI
and J9. Krwwon h!*rk
Bt7Tl..Ea h arn.n.
r w, Jaiaea «?**, o ? poa:t» Ocddealal
H ARCHITECT-IUX)»8
• i *,? , S7 < Bo«on biocE. comer See
<moand CAtnwNa *tiw<ta
W. AfcCHITIECT, ttOSTOM
A**ATKm AMD CHKMMT*.
r\ ioßai Br THINE. amhayek a*d
■ thean-t. anai«»rr of onal. Are ciaya.
w«a«te, furaamy by roaJL
Tw i nnt Waib T>
jtsrtmgmnt-JtT-LA w. i
/vswts AtmtBISICIISBDOtiUJUI,
LaCouaer, Mout Varaao aad Sartflt.
SSglSt*. Teatar-Laary bleak. frmw
WLAIR HIIX. ATTORNEY-AT-LA W,
a room* 44 «um ti, Beaton block, Seat
tle, ». T. .
GALCSHA PABSOXS, ATTORNaY-AT
saw, Seattle. W. T. Late of De* Mot nee,
lowa. Room* «. <7, aad 4». Barton block.
BLAKE * DREW (TRO& P. DREW. GEO.
D. Blake). aOacaaya-afriaw. R00»5.4
SaS«taa° OanantfHL 2S*
time law. I 1" * 1"-
f> tL NICHOLS. ATTOBSIEY-AT tAW.
tia North Yakftiaa. W. T.
ESXjr fIOTB, ATTORSEY AT-LAW. D.
& coamJartoocT aad notary public.
Pine lands e«aaht aad sokL Poiaflita
hwt UX. T.
TH. CASK A SOU, ATTORSIYB AND
• coaoaaHorftat-Uw. Notary and com
miaaione of decda lor Orv«oti, California
aad the District of Colatabia. Commercial
collections a specialty. Office, room 1,
Stoop's hrtrk. Froot Wnwt.
LAXMCAJ**
T7» O. Ac H » AUSKL, NaOMl HOMTI
1J« caltaral gatdma. Naomi, Kitsap
coanty, W. T.—landscape architecture
and castlncerinif; topographical sarreys,
maps, plans, «peci dcatlon*: the laying oat
of porks, private grounds and cemeieriee
according to modern metho»l?
NOTICES.
IN THE PROBATE COURT OK KINO
county, Waahiegton Territory, la the
matter of the estate of ratrlck H. Haioran.
deceased.
No. 638. Order to show why distribution
ahoaid not be made.
On reading and filing the petition for
distnbaiion made by Hiram J. Jacobs, the
administrator of the estate of Patrick H.
Haloran deceased setting forth among
other things that the said estate is now in
a condition to be closed, and that a portion
of the residue of the aaid estate remains to
be finally distribated among the persona
entitled thereto:
It ia now ordered by the coart that all
persons Interested la the estate of the said
Patrick H. Haloran deceased, be and ap
pear before oar said probate court at the
courtroom thereof, in the city of Heatue, ia
»aid King coanty, on Monday the 22d day
of April. 1889, at 11 o'clock a m. of said
day, then and there to abow eaaae, if any
they hare, why a decree of final dtstriba
tiou should not be made according to the
prayer of the aaid petition.
And it is farther ordered that a copy of
this otder to abow cause be pnblished at
leaat four successive weeks before the said
—d day of April, 1888, ia the Seattle Posr-
IsTULionctK, a newspaper printed and
published in said coanty, and of
general circulation therein.
Done at chambers this ISth day of March.
1&0. RICHARD OSBORN,
Judge of the probate coart of King CO.,
Wash. Ter.
County of Kin*, as: I. Richard Osborn,
judge and ex-officio clerk of the probate
const of saia King connty, do hereby certi
fy: That the foregoing fa a fall, true and
correct copy of the original order to show
caufe, granted by our said probate cowrt
ou the 18th day of March. 1889, m the mat
ter of the estate of Patrick H, Ualoran, de
-o—ltd.
In testimony whereof I have hereunto aet
my hand and offimal teal of our safd court
this 13th day of Ifarch. I*B9.
RICH ARB OSBORN,
Judge and ex-officio clerk of the probate
court of King county. W. T.
Date of flm publication March 19,18fiS>.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT Or THE
Third Judicial District of Washington
Territory, holdiug terms at Seattle.
The United States of America vs. the
steamboat "Fleetwood" and her engines,
boilers, tackle, apparel and furniture.
Whk&xas, a libel of information has
been filed in the above entitled court, on
the 21«t day of March, A. D. is**, by
William H. White, Esq., United State*
Attorney for Washington Territory, on be
half as well of the said United States, as of
Bolton Rosters, informer, against the
steamboat "Fleetwood" her engines, boil
era, tackle, apparel and furnitnre, alleging
in substance, that heretofore, to wit: on
the 6th day of March, A. D. 188 a, said
steamboat. Icing then and there owned in
whole or io part by a citizen or citizens af
the United states, and whereof Z. T. Batch
was then and there master, was used and
employed in the transportation of passen
gers and did carry pa*sengersoo the navi
gable waters of the United States, to-wit:
from Seattle in Wa»hlogton Territory, to
Tacoma and Olympla in said territory, and
from Oiympia and Tacoma to Seattle in
said territory, on the waters of Pnget
Sound.
Tljat by the certificate of Inspection
eramed to said steamboat, by the United
States inspector* of steam vessels, »ald
steamboat was then and there authorised
and a»o««d to carry ninety-two passen
ger* and uo more.
That on said oth day of March, A. D. 1889,
said steamboat, being then and there au
thorised and allowed as aforesaid, to carry
ninety-two paseenger* and uo more, did
carry from Taroma, in said territory, to Se
attle in said territory, a larger number of
pafcsenger* than uiaety-two, to-wit: one
hundred and thirty six passengers, being
forty-four passengers beyond and in excess
of the number allowed as aforesaid, con
trary to and in violation of the provisions
of sertioa 4«M», of the revised statutes of
the United States.
That the amount paid as passage money,
by said forty-tour passeugers, from Taroma
to Seattle aforesaid, ou said steamboat oa
said day, was 122.
By reason whereof, and by virtue of the
provisions of section* 4466 and 4469, of said
revised statute*, the owueror owners and
master of said steamboat forfeited and be
came liable to nay the sum of $462. which
sum i*. bv the provisions of said section
4469. of tbo revised statutes, made a lien
ou said steamboat.
That all and singular the premises are
true. and within the admiralty and mari
time jurisdiction of tbe United States and
of this honorable court.
And preying that tbe said vewel or
steamboat may be condemned and sold to
pay the penalty aforesaid with costs.
Now, therefore, in pursuance of tbe n»o
nition under the aeai of the court afore
said to me dire ted aud deliver* d, 1 do
hereby give public notice to all persons
claiming the aald stesmboat. her engines,
boilers, Ac ,or in auy manner Interested
therein, that they be and appear before
the said district court on Thursday, the lltfa
day of April. A. P. 18*9. at 11 o'clvck in the
forenoon of that day (provided the same
shall be a day of Jurisdiction, otherwise on
the next day of jnrUdletion thereafter),
then and there to interpose their claims,
and to make their allegations in that be
half.
Dated this 21«t day of Marcb, A. D. IMB.
_ , . _ T. J. HAMILTON.
United States Marshal for Washington
Territory.
A CARD.
Owing to other duties requiring mv
whole attention, I have appointed Mr. J. P.
Jacobeon asaistant secretary of the Ameri
can Building and l/un Association.
Any person wubiu* to make application
for a loan, or any information concerning
the aasociaUsn will please addrvsa or call
on Mr. Jacobaon at room 28. Sauire's block.
DOUGLAS YOUNG.
. Secretary Board.
FOUB CORRUGATED
Iron Warehouses
FOR RENT.
On Oi'more s wherf, on® 80x70 feet, OM
HxSt foet, one 60*150 feet, one SOxiSO feet,
will be reedy by April l»t. Apply to
CHAS. H. KITTIHOEB,
J»mc« end Second ttntto.
GEO. M. VAN DOREN,
RKALj EBTATE,
92 and 68 Boston Bipck,
num.l, W. T.
*»f«M »«pert*:tT. <«rre«>onde*ce to.
d-w
INVESTORS?
ft no doe that
SPECIAL ITEMS" THIS HQ|
300 Acres at Greea ''^miJil
faonw tree's oaljr » rods from
to be toidia IMB or uma't ttmSSmM,
bHTWt The electric railroad
bJSSMP. *23!?%'«SI
chaser) close to cah * Ha* uZ?9
fro® the Occidental
w*«iml the borne, b-ick baaamaa?29l
door. Cat. redwood finish.
to ground, lot 83x139 itixai) t jJl**
bargaia.
at»m to Inn the country 35S
one-third leas than market nrteo
ing lot#, If boo«bt Kt once for flaA.^*
138 ACRES adjoining tb*
Lawns it SMITH a Cava & RATAASSBW
OUR ÜBT ot properties JteS&
eorawrtaes choic* aad
e *bwl q®* rt * r Ql the
compare"THß teuS
Prices and tdTutitti at
LA MO SYNDICATE -1
With say other before Mm MiteiWi
land fct perfect IU lit location aad 2|BB
tba rain ad ceorer and n«niii^--g | »
dn»tri«a of Seattle. The
are BOW selling in balk at
price )»er ace at which we are aSBSc
fmp<>r:aut I be
Mer'rnants* Nattondmjjp:
Baa kiadir consented taiflß
Trustee for the Ste^Mß
We tepeat, do not fail to
term* tod to call, at once, at eorwßS
thoroughly investigate this auMMOP^
Terms, one third ca*h,
ooc rear. »ud one-third in taw ymiTm
We tali cpeciai attention to the *f v
PALATINE HILL ADOfW
TbU property compnsea tba cMaSSi
chaapust bnildiug iota in tba aarhtts S
gnatett margin for profit «m uMKsB
pnaent merit* alone, bat apea
•traction of the nary *ard at UfeaUK
ington theae lota will iocreaaaia id
yond tha moat sanguine «km3EE
Kren now the addition U la IMaMI
the manufacturing district. nuiMaiiS
factories aad lying at the mit waMrSE
way ol the canai MINSK
public hall, railroad depot oo tbe aiaaSc
Only li minute* from the eiVr hi Ml r
a A & a. R.. which rune bowiy MMH
lite; in addition to which the BMMSS
Use Is aboat to ba constructed totbaaS
arty. Lota «oxllo feet from «H» ap*3|
CRAY A CLAYWORT*
min
White & lamini's itiitnl
WEST SEATTLE. 1
I have the exciuslv sale ol Qda eMt -il
tion, and for a limited time oftr kfeal i
SISSTOSI7Si
It la bcaatifaily situated, wtthm M Ml
of Cor<i Landing, adjoinlug White A Mpftygpj
niux's uud Fangni s addit on*. i eni ajjjWffr';
view ol tha harbor and city at BeatwaHHl
lies level and nice.
t s?.% tarn
work to residents wh» may be eaaQf||||
Come au'd see it. To see is to bey. jMft; $
terms lire easy. Considerable beUflfijttT
will be in progress la a few week*.
J. O. BOZOKTH,
122 West Main St., close to P. 9.8- It |
lONKI Ta LuAN 08 lOKTUfitt
HOUSES TO RENT
OtHce** to Kent
la thai BOSTON BLOCK tmAikm
COLOWIAL BLOCK.
Well located mm wsirto fee
nstle ekeam alas>tolßUl« sNh
LANDaadrtim
hemaTchawx
J A ME* ■strut, V"
'pooslte Oeeldsstal Bst«l< y.
Meeting of Stockholder*.
Notice «f meeting of storkhoMfaa* for lm>
creasing capital stock of Seattle Dry fiotft
and Ship Building Company. »
Notice is hereby giv. n by tb* uafil
stgu«.>d, u majority of the trusteea of salt .
company, to the stockholders thereof, thai
a meeting of »aid Stockholders will he kali ■>';
at the office of said company at the rem fv
panj's vrmk* at the foot of Chart** ttm*
iu tbe city of Seattle, county of King. It*
ritory of Wasbingtou.on Th>;rsdav tbsMfc
<>ay of Slay, lv®, a»» o'clock iu the |M» g§
noon, f.ir the l.nrpose of increaafuf Ist
capita) stock of sa d company to the i*|p
of three hundred thousand dollar*
000), to b<t divided I nto th reethousandMß||'.
shares of tbe par value of oa* hontfrM
dollars ($100) per share. All 'hesJockhom "M
er» are requested t,. attend.
'■*) D. R 00KIR. >
PicrtK MORAN,? Tramm. ~'M
GEO KRI.LV. 1 ./fs
Notice to Stockholders. |
QTOCKHOLDKRB* MEKTI.SG-NOTKJR
is htreby given that by order of tht
president and of the bosrd of mlt '
tors of tbe South Prairie Coal Cask- !V '
pany. iiiere will be a meeting of Ik* [
sto-kbolders oi said company at the o&m /•"
«f said company at No. 24 Pa'-rxm—
street, ia the city and county of Baata* \m
etsco. California, on Thursday, the M
day of April, A. D. ISW, at tbabimrafll $pN
o'clock a. m. of said day, for tae purpo**«t " if
electing a board of director* and oUMt •■ '"i
officers of said company for UM JM
ensuing year, aad for tbe transailoa «f 'M
suck other business an may com* b*l*W .;Tn
said meeting By order of the preaidaai 1
and of lis ho* i of directors
T. H. HENDERSON, 4
irv of tne ftonthprairle Coal Co. |j
Notice of Dissolution of Part
nershtp.
Notice I* hereby riven that tha firm hcrfr v
lofore ex sting uoder the nam* and *tyt»
of MeNstt A Cllugan, doing busies** i»
the city of Seattle, county of King aad
territory of Washington, is this day dlk
solved br tnn'ual consent, they havlag
sold their em ire Mock and business H
M< Met. Coffman & Co, who will hereafter *
conduct and carry on ssld busings* under
the arm tiame aud »tyla of McNatt. Ca# !
man A O collecting all bilUdua to Mi iifj
aMuming all ind btedaea* of tbe Mid Ira if
of MeNati 4k Clingaa.
W. W, McNATT, : AG
I *» W. F CUWtll.
Stockholders' Meeting.
The rugialar annual meeting of tha stack- 4 ;
nosers oi the Hop Growers' A .social ion
will be b«<td at the office of (he company, C
rooms Sand i in the Ton. in bulkllng,
Front street. Seattle, W T., oa **uU&
51 •* 2 o l * k > < "k p. m. of said day.
The annual election of tbe trus-eea at «
•aid com]iaay will take place at said meat as
C W GOVE, vicr Preetdent.
Notice of Diesotutloa.
Tb* Bl«ftcbard Railroad Compaar ifi
dUaolved by mutual consent of tka sseas
bersof the company The affairs of ttm
company will be settled by Dudley Blaach
ard. who will hereafter conduct bail it—
1a his own aame.
bUOLKT BLAKCHASO,
GXO. B. SLANCBARO
April k. WW.
Notice of Oissoiutiofi.
The partnership heretofore existing » 1
der the name of n tip!«»d A Avey baa by ~
mutual o«aa at beeodl»aulv«d. (kaßar
land assnises all liabilities and collects aft
account* <j ae tbe lata firm.
OKO. RNQLARD.
l_* iIOOGHTOR A VST
April a. :ta#».

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