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Trmm." fjtew Orleans Times-Democrat.] The Tlases-DesAcrat gave, fa its fast September I edition, a review of tbe Month with some Interesting sta tistics as to tbe frogieas it had made since the taking of tbe census in 1880. Tbe figum were startling and showed a far more rapid increase fa wraith of •D kinds than had beenespectsd. Tbe Baltimore Manfacturers' Record sup- pletaenta our statistics with other*, bringing them up to date and show ing. as far aa figures can, the exact condition of the South today. Its re view clearly proves that tbe Month con tinues to prosper; that tbe farmers are doing better, paying off bens and mort gages; that tbe schools are improving so thai from tbe entire sooth there is not a single word of complaint beard. Bepgcially valuable are the facts It produces fa regard to <be agricultural interests. On this point, there has been a difference of opinion, and not a few papers, notably tbe Baltimore Sun. bare born Inclined to believe that while tbe Sooth is prospering Indus trially and otherwise. Its farmers are suffering from the low prices for their products. It is but natural, taking all things into consideration, that tbe ag ricultural classes should improve slow est. especially during tbe present pe riod of agricultural depression and with the heavy Indebted nest the south ern farmer, have had to carry as the result of da very, the war and recon struction ; but that there has been a steady improvement—a rapid one as compared with the condition of the farmers in the west—no one who has studied the situation can doubt. And so the Becord finds, saying on this matter: "We addressed letters to the gov ernors and agricultural commissioners of the southern States, asking aa to the financial condition of the farming Interests—whether farm and crop liens and mortgages were Increasing or decreasing, whether farmers were becoming more protperous or were yearly gettfagdeeper fa debt, whether labor was efficient, whether public and private schools were receiving in creased attention or not, etc. With out a dissenting voice the farmers are declared to be steadily improving their financial conditions, debts having rap- Idly decreased, labor-saving imple ments are yearly becoming more gen erally used and the present condition of the farmer Is bettor than for many years, with the prospects for the fu ture exceedingly brigkt." But this improvement is bast shown fa the statistics presented, which we give again In full, although some of them liave already been riven by the limes-Democrat. Look, for Instance, at the returns of tbe agricultural pro ducts and see If these indicate any de cline in agriculture. And let it be re membered that the increase is with reduced prices for farm product*, and that the production of crop* is there fore much larger than their value in dicates : im 1*79 Cotton 9310,000.000 r^^.ooo torn mjsujm wmjn Wheat 42.JJ17.M10 7a <>at» 'JO.m.Olt fotatoea.barley .hay, tobacco, ate 9ft.000.000 W.47*.3W ToUl . r42*086.460 9^M,4M Increase $170.n6«.00a. If to theae crops, frnits, rcffctahles, oranges, sugar, etc,, are added, the total gain in the value of agricultural products of the South in lw orer 1U79 was upward* of The actu al yield of cotton and grain was as fol lows: IHK7 l*7» I ntHx'A**' toMooMs d.xw.auo 1.1M1.M1 ( i>m I»H« 4M.4iA.gw ns.ui.aOi «h»i »>n .VJ.:UM.«IO M,«M.740J i^:ao:ro 4 lata bus. "1.W.U00 45.475.6M> Total «*!.W»,000 431.074A-B A rouiiMiri.son of the value of live atoek in the two years will show a sim ilar Increase; , Value > 1 WW ISN H<w> |127.:0:,t:V9 Mule# 11.1.WW.770 <M#O.«7S Mlleh c..w« «n.l*T.«*J 47,530,M> Oxen an<l other rattle 130,741.4*1 K7.OIS.WW Hhn-U I\9M» I'J.JRi.w* Mog» Mt,»t»..Wo 4«.'JV..»4:i Total 1W1.412.r-t Increase (ÜBjMJM In every line there has l»»ii an ad vance. During all this period railroad bull.llup has been more active in the !<outh than in any portion of tlie.xiuti try ev<-et>« the far West. an«i in less than eight years its mileage has almost doubted, as follows. MU«-i>S>' Klll'Ur Jau I. 'so Juur I, so AU'wraa ■!.«! 1.750 Arkansas 2,* I *tf -M.'CJ f,» tlccrxln ">,<*• 2,U". k.'iitiv k v 2,£T l.siO tjoalslaaa 1.4.W ,"i2J Maryland l.J*> wi Mlad»tp|rf 'i.W» l.ltf N. -rlh Carolina 3JHI 1,410 SmUir»r»llttii IjfW 1,300 Twwis»x' 2.4K l.siti T»«»« «.2*> 2.1W7 Virginia I.T"I 1,«<7 We»t Vistula I.WO UfJ T»lal :».'•*> 19,«! Manufacture* have kept pace with the railroads: in<leed. there i» not a line of hustne«i in ahich the south is rnfaxisl th.it >loe« not show an in crease and a large one during this period lsw. |s<*3 K«,:r,s>.| . *,7* U.4M »U trfHltt. w* ' suu.toi S.~ tiraln. 1«7 f.Jfc, U..0U0 4.11.074 ft.*) Numtwrot farm an I UMI i ; Value o(|H\r stttrk r»7X.fl*».\«> Value of chief a*ri rultural pn»du« la. t*: rr.'ow.*fo fj.7i.taw 4^4 « .ml mined.t.Mi*. S7 h* Iron i«wtlut*«l, tiac. ton* f».4S 307.91 NumU*f id c*»tt«ui mills 294 179 Namber of iitiinlks TU.aa Ndmler «»f l««**ai« W.W I \ a'ue «*f n4t»»n r--l« (iTiaSaevst f 43.000.00 D f 21.0P0 OUO Number «»f rsttai aeed >«fl mill* 60 40 Capital to vested in vott n m-*\ 41 mU# 12.000.000 f H 04.000 fh'Mithatr mined. k«i 4ae.7.\7 VMO4S The natural result «»f tin* activity an immense in aotilbern wealth It i« of course impossible to rive this exactly in nullions of dollars indeed eren the t tute«i States, in taking the cen*ua find* this an ex trem«y difßcult matter to do The onlf thing that can be given with suf> fteient a«» ura« v is the ami these are, of course, far bviou the truth mar.v hundred miliums of d«4- i ttion The following cotupan **n of lv»7 and Is** give* some idea of the pr*«gress that has been made during this pert«»d *«»***.* i» %iiui %»» rw-'raanr \*r Imo Alabama r?iW.«» ItJE*.: IfU.MII 14* .«W* » oa.Ml.aW FKirttb m -e*! ** x. ?*o&* £-1. K#«itw< fcv 4*. &a..wU.9?l Uwuwna . . tr a*,ft* MwUmt «v>*a.rri *#!«:«.•» 1».W»; i » N -rth tarotiwa mat*. 4* im n*.*x Anitfe rwv.ilu« Hl.fiW 13**4.a» Tvanw 3ar«MM 2U.!«t4» Te**» . n\.m \ r«tr:t« ***>««.»» Wwt Virjttal* irr.Mi.jM t» m ?w t %: f; aen.mkSr It will he noted that the f-eateit im prv>veittent here ha* '»een in the ei treoae *o itheMi and *utith«e*te-n »U(et. am! that th<* border %tate« like MaryUn-1 ami Virgin!*. b*ve not prv» |rii<«i a* r*p»4iy In the «ouih an I «*»titfcwe«t the im nr*«e in eijcht Year* ha t Wen t Uwf ot» IH> i*f cent or wi»i terabit more than Uke growth population t W* A*. W44.il A.<' ... N t*i m i>rvw art caaUauallv picking at tbe sowtfc. Wmok # doea not st omce «■> rid a< the tiKwatof Hmrjrthat ulavery.the w, ud nNvtracto W» it, Hi» fa tews tfag to set* the Mtowing progress la mm puMic school*. iatke «MMtt set >f«t ttrk yew to —» of the southern Mate* for pabHc education. Alabama. . t. SB* WW* 9R4.C8 Florida .. tUK MUM 6»J«* Kentucky S*U«J *H MarvWl VJH »UM ** Xort'h CroUna. HUE tMt I7U4TT South Catottao. MUM . vTnpnU- tSjS IMMJJ ,»"*• An mcrea-e ol 9S.KWMW fa the State educational revenues, to addi Uon to the large amounts expended by the counties and rtUe*-tor tbe* sta tistic* do no* include the county fond* -l> something that tbe south has rea son to be prood of. aa evidence oi tbe integeet it take* fa it« public schools, and tbe great exertion* it is making to improve them. And, altogether. tbe south l« prood, and ha* reason to he ao. of tbe band nme showing it i» making" in every direction. in 6a crops, factories, mines and industries, fa it* wealth and schools. There is not a single line of industry fa which it is not progress ing, anil progressing rapidly. FLNANTE AND TBADE Raima. Saturday. Mar V. More ears were received over tbe Paget Bound (fence railroad today than were ever before received la a like period et time. The receipts of live stock to-day included one handled and twenty head of cattle. The iieamcr Olympian took out four tons of crackers to-day for Victoria. A few asare small installments of straw berries were reeef ved from the Houghton glowers to-day. The Seattle, Lake Shore * Eastern Rail way company to-day received nine car loads of rails and four carloads of wheels. Four of the can brinring this freight are new freight can for the Seattle company. noDcri ncnm-Dato the past it hoars the produce received in Seattle Included the following U packages but ter, a cases eggs. > tons hay, HO cental* floor. £» sack* feed. 7 packages fruit, 4 handles hide*. 2 coop* chicken". 130 cattle, I hog, 4 calve* and 5 sacks oysters. Then were reeerved over the Paget Soand Shore railroad 21 carload* of general freights. SHIPMENTS —During the past it hours general freights were sent from Seattle in the following quantities: 0. tP. I. t R -90 tons, P. H A R. R » tons, 8., L. 8. A E. Ky. m tons. Steamers—Emma Hayward 7 torn*. W. P Monroe 11 ton*. Premier 5 tons. Penny lake 1 ton. Olympian t tons, Augusta & ton*. (Irace t tons and Michigan I ton. Total 1* ton* E<«iS—Oregon" by the case 30cents, fresh ran.ta » rents per dosea. BITTER—Retail 31" , <4 cents per poaud. FLOCR—Retail from **-T5 to H75 per barrel. OATf—WhoUw»le per too, retal fl 40 per rental! H AS — Wholt-mlr tSX*ZL:J> per too. retail tZLMXfJU. POTATOES—Whole**!* lI4MM per ton. retail II per cwt., new retail at l'««a cenU per pound. APPLE!*—Retail from 75 rent* to 13 per box. KHrRARB— Retail S cent* Mt pound. HTHAWHERKIEH—tt*-tail JO ceuU per box CHERRIES—RetaiI W rent) per pound. ASPARAOI'if Retail 5 cent* per poand. (iRKEN PEAS—Retail 6 <-eota per poand. BEEF—Drnavd. whaiaaie » ceoti per pound. PORK—brewed, wboleaale. 10 cents per poand. MITTOS-Dre«ed. wboletwle. 10 rent* per pound. Oil •■TElW—Shelled retail at 40 cent* per plat. COAL—At bunker* $K M> per tpn. Ll'MßElt—Common much |IU per thou •and. I^Kitt—MUli pajr $T<»7.25 per tbotwand luet. MONEY AND MARKETS. IX('HA!I»K. N*w Yon*. May It.—Money on rail <-« ay at t l , i>er <*ent. prime mercantile itMpt'r 4' 4 <«6>j. Rterliin; exrhanire for 60 day bills a<idf4.aa > , for demand. BOND*. V. 4s registered 127 IT. >*. 4s roufM»u 127W (' H. reiriiitered lOO^^ I S 4* .* OOtMO 10K Paeifli- 6s 121 MOCKS. American Express 108 1 *. Canadinn Pacific *Vi, Canada Soiitheru 49' 4 , Central Pacific 32, Burlington i:w. Delaware and l*acka waua r^» 4 . Denver and Rio Grande is, Krle 2T» V %, lake Shore 91, Lonisvllle and Nashville MtrhlKan Central 79'«, Kan sas and Texas New York Central 105* 4 . Northern Pacific 24. preferred 62, North western lOK'j, Oregon Improvement 33fl£, Navlxatlmi Traiisiiuitiuental £\ Pa eifle Mall 34 I*, 1 *, Headlnx O, Hock Island 109 1 ,. St. Pan! 70',. Texas Pacific 21, Cnioti Pacific 54*4, United States Kxpress 70, Wells Kanco I®», W«ntern Cnlon 78* a SKW YoRK ST«M K RKVIKW. Nrw York. May 19 —The sto**k market today was oafot exeept In KhmWwi and st ran!, and news of day was favor able. the movement* were confined to the ftinallcst limits and left the prices within small fractloun of last evening's closing prices. (M»verninant bonds were dull and steady. rrraoLßtsi. Nxw York. May lt».—Petroleum c1<»«»h! firm; Consolidated Kxchange o|»«*niiu *9, hl(h«*t W 4 . lowest el«anngiwfs; Stock Kxchauce—Opentng S9. hi cheat *9',. b»wcst S9* 4 . * losing W* 4; sales. 4U6.000 liarrols. « IIKAUO MARRKT. Chicaoo, May 19 —Wheat—Lowrer. cash *7 :.a, June IC 7 a, Jnlv t'orn—l-ower, cash June July 91S-A. Oats—Steady, rash M .N-H, Jnue 33\. Barley—Nominal. Pork - steady, rash and June |l4.3>\ Jnly 111 AS. lard—Steady, cash |W7'j, July Mhlpplsf IntHllfsnr*. I The l*»rk Detroit arrival last night at 10 o'eloek. «'aptaln McAllep disnense<l with the aenlces of the tug* and sailed into the hartMtr uuaidisl. | The ship Mt W ashinxton was expected 'to sail during the night with a cargo of !*«) tons of Frauklin and Neweaatle coal. Port DisooraaT, (May 19. Arrived— Scbtioner premier Port M\uis«»s. May It—Arrived—Bark lI.'StMT sal led— Bark Oakland. Tsn»«v*H. May 19 —A l«ark we towed out by the tn< Pioneer, a ship by the tug Mo gul. a ship by the tug Tyee. and the ship Marcaretby the tug Blakel>. Clear, high |we»t wind Sss Kaanctacow May 19 —Arrived— Shin Palestine. Taeoma; l«ark lien. Pairchild, S**attle. Departure—Ship « F Sargent. Nanaim > Tlie lan«l at the S L A E Railway terminus at Smith's Core, known a«* Oilman's Addition. i« being sold by Lewis A tJUman. who have exclusive control. It has been on the market only a week but a large number of ••ale* hare t*en made. As the bu<»iries<« lof the railway increase*, these lots ' must become i»f great value for busi j upas |»urp>«e* Most «»f the purchasers S ititenil |t" build on their lota itntuedi ' ately an»i will erect dwellings «»r stores* Some of the partiea have their lumber already on the ground The property i* reached in a few by the suburban train of the S L S A K from the Mill *treei >tati»>n. 'JIM Hoav aad ahoes. Never «a« irreater attention pai 1 to thr i»f the t«»tfet than at l»re»«*nt, In the matter of «uekinci there s* a compete tteparture thi- ifdnf The high button boot i« *t»tnff oat of <A»hh»n IjKr«i hoot* and low »-b.*v made in more elegant ami 4uprSy form than we have worn (or Year*, are *een in the *h«i* «*epartments lof our *Tvat *t«»rr* Thf long eaiter j tof*« brnnjrht out to mat* h the colors fof the new Sre*« fMhi« arr nhapdv ami rteiravit an.l the km ktUnea over wh:> h thev are worn are oI the «h«eu>aUr * art. The tor* are «h*htiy mrne : up in a ronmle»i point The hrvi< arr neither too high nor |.»wr Tlie "Ut hmjt, the «4f«, the the lacing*. are all ad mira 4y beyomi anyth;n* *rn Cor year* Ttw Mipf«r» for imloor wear are ma>Je a* dainty a* fine aort, tin* , em>»r\»i tery. fcirktr* ami bevtran ren ' drr Uirnt Hitthf rMintbooli! Tbev are v,tnt4y perfect Tbrroot)«a( bfark pat* at lr *tlH*r. the t4>p «*f jeiku leath er. »te» «»r»lrI with antique »iesatfn* in Maek patent leather .-tit* be i on with yrUow «Uk i 4*ent2eina:t 1% hat are ran iksfoff r.ww,, >*«s * "4m 'I ain't <kwa" naf- An, **h I flowed up my job Us* week I ha-! tmW'W wif u>»« an 1 tol* him he tn>4«ient leoi at# c*Mua item men no ma*', l'*e Ukkrta^irat, 1 *». V 1 ** »mr c i £* l.il isiz i taeatj.fi <LnUh» 'V— £f*xK THE SEATTLE POST - INTELLIGENCER. SOXDAY, MAY 20, ISMI REALJSTATL |||ii|H 1 " Below w3l be found aHstof the deada Sled for record with the county derk daring tbe past week. Tbe num ber is eighty-seven and tbe aggregate of considerations involved was 988,- TP6JK. Tbe largest sale of the week, that of tbe Denny property on Frent street, for s.¥).<*». does not figure fa this record, the papers not yet being filed. D. T, Denny and wife to Wm. Kor an, lot 10. block «7, D. T. Denny's park addition, «800 D. B. Lewis and wife to Thomas Gihaon, beginning at a point 13 roils W. and 51 rods, 4 feet and 6 inches S. j of BE. corner of Sec. If, Tp. 34 S., B. 6i 1, running S. 30 feet, Ihrnn W. 10 rods, thence S. SO feet, thence E. 10 rods, to place of beginning, sllO. I A. Corstengoo to Fred Way and others, lots (,»and 10, block S, Crown, addition. S3BO. I Angus Mackintosh and others to John H. McGraw, SW. % of N'E. X of Sec. 12, Tp. 21. 4 E.. «1. H. T. Scott and wife to C. A. Timer son. lots 13, 13, 14 and 16, block 4, Boss addition. *440. Charles L. Terry to Captain C. Wil liams, lot* 11 and 12, block li, Kin near'* addition, 91. H. H. Hill to L. G. and A. M. Me- Farbane. V Ulot 8, 8. % lot 9, hlock 8, Com stork addition. 9®o. Henry H. Dearborn and wife to Gertie Stanwick, lot 2, block 3, Yes ler's second addition, 9300. Ben H. Killer et ax to James Walsh, lot 8. Sec. 7, Tp. 22 If., B. 6 E., con taining 55.30 acres, 91- Edward Saunders to Edward Bow den, lot 2, block 7, Central addition, 9100. J. H. Bengstorff to George A. Btrie gal. lot* 7 and 8, block 9, J. H. Reng stroff's addition, 9100. G. E. Lounsbury to J. W. Edwards, lot 1, block •>, and lot 1, Mock 1, Bax ter's addition, 9360- A. B. Llewellyn to J. Otto Hunicke, lot 23, b'.ock 27, Madison street addi- tion, 975. William D. Wood to Frank E, Young, fraational lot 1, hioek 29. Burke's Second addition, 9225. 1 D. T. Williams to Isaac U. and Jo seph W. Sack man, lots 3, 4 and 5, block 3, Law's First addition, 9300. D. T. Williams to Isaac S. Sackman, lot 6, block 2, Law's First addition, 9300. James A. Moore to Susan A. Moore, lot 12, block 44, A. A. Denny's addi tion. subject' to a mortgage of 93000. 98080. G. Morris Haller to John G. Barnes, lot 6, block 88, Terry's second addition, 91200. Horace L. Mayo to Frank E. Young, the north half of lot 2, block 29. Burke's second addition. 9190. Andrew J. Bankin to George and C. F. Gtow. lot 1, block 36, D. T. Denny's third addition to North Seattle, 91100. Marie Moore to Charlie Kische, a tract in section 28, Tp. 24, N range 4, east, described bv metes and bounds, 9125. Lyman Patton to Nicholas Hoff man, a tract in section 2ri, Tp. 24 N, range 6 east, described by metes and bounds, sl. H. T. Scott to L. W. Clark, lot 24. Mock 1, Koss addition, sllO. D. K. Bigelow to I. N. Higelov, lots 2 and 3, block 43 and block 54, Bige low's addition, |C2S. Thomas T. I.ittle to Martha M. Kenipster, the NE of Section 6, Township 22, N Ranee 5 east, except ing 2D acres off of the said tract, SIOOO. The conveyance covers a mill and some machinery that is on the land. Charles 11. Kittenger to H. M. Hall, lot 8, block 40, Mercer'* second addi tion to north Seattle, SISOO. United States to Uotleib f.ieske, the 5 % of the SW M ami the SW % of the SK of Section 28, Township 21, N Range 7 east, 131 acres, S3OO. Christopher W. and Thomas Keinp ster to Thomas T. Little, the NE % of Sec. B. Tp. 22 N, Itange 5 east, except ing 20 acres on the NE % of said tract, SIOUO. A mill and some machinery in cluded in the sale. Robert N. McFadden to C. C.Calkins, the NW \i of the SE of Sec. 21», Tp. 2»i N, Range 4 east, sl.V«>. O. Morris Ilaller to John T. Cutter, all of block 0, Arlington Heights addi tion. slrtoo. Daniel June* to Thomas G. Smith and Frank Burns, the N V, of the NW of NE of Sec. 18, Tp. 2ft N Range 4 east, 2<» acre", sfW<». I. N. Bigelow to W. E. Lorkanl and J. T. Tait, all of bl.s k 10, lots 5 to 10 inclusive,block II.lots;t to!>inclusive, 1 [ lilis'k 12, lots 3. K, 7. 8, !* an 4 It*, block i 15, lot ll 1. 2. 3. 4. ft and 7, block 10, lots 3. 4 and ft. blink 18, lots 4 and ft. block 10, lot-i 1 to ft inclusive, block 21, lots ■ 6to 10 inclusive, Mock 22, lot 1, block 27. lots 1 and 2, Mock 31, lots I to 10 inclusive. Mock 33, lots 1,2.0,7,8,0 and I<>. block 40, lots 2 anil 3, Mock 43, lots 1 and lO.Mock 44. and lots 1. 2 ami 3, Mock M, Bigelow's addition, $11,250. Walter Burritt to A. N. Ward, lots land It. block 0, Wasliingtou addi tion. slS>. Walter Burritt to Walter W. Dear born. lots 2 to 13 inclusive, block !», and all of block 8, Wa-hington addition. $1 :«»' Philip Coneley to David Jones, the N Sof the N. S of tlie W. '4 of the NE. 'i of Sec. in, Tp. 25 N.. R. 4 E. S4OOO. James F. Cochrane to A. B. IJewel lyn. lots 12. 13 and 14. block 'J, Burke's second addition. sl. Thomas A. Conway to Joseph I'. Conway, all of blocks ftti and 70. and lot* 1* and 10. of the water frontage east of Lake avenue, in Maynard's Lake Washington addition, sl<««> J 11. MiHiraw to Howard H. Lewis, all of Mock* 3 and 4. lots ten to 18 in clusive. Mock 2, lots 1 to ft incluMve, and the north half of lot 6, block ft; lot* 1. 2. 3, 4. ft. I>» 17,1*. 1!» and 2" and the north half of lot * 0 and Ift, block 0. Young'* addition. $1 Dora t rawfonl to J. N. Wallingford. lot 0 Mock 87, D. T. lienny's second addition to North Seattle. s*>«>. Wm. Cochrane, sheriff, to J. H. San derson. Mocks 3 and 12, T. Hanford's addition. s7'«>. Thomas Connelly to James E. Con nelly. lot 1, Mink go. Central »ddi ! tloa". sl. | Nellie M Ho«kin« to Lvdia H. Bur nett. lot 8, Mock 65, Lake I nion addi ■ tkm. slfto | T I MoKinney to John <t. Spark*. : lot* -. 3. 8. 8 and 10, block 23, central addition s.'«» John Bergman to Henry Anderson, lot 27. block 18. Madison street addi tion s««> Nellie M Hoskins t<> Wm. Bogle, lot* 3 and 4. block'C Lake Cnioti addi tioti. ! NeilieM H.wkins Ui Willi* W He«- ter. l«»t •» block 7'». I.ake I nion addi tion. s!*». C. 4\ I*l kin* to Howard W. llakcr, thf NW the >\V of Snv 254, Tp. ■>. N. Ktiire 4 ca*t Tboma- Mender to Joseph Gitw*>n, S and »i. bl«» k Mercer'* addition to mtfth Seattle. Austin A Brlllo Alexander t*. T*y lor. I»vt block Ift. Sarah A. Bell.* *econd addition. sT'*» Lvman B. Andrew* t*» i hn«t;na Andenoo l»»t s. 14«* k Iknt, Com star k ada itum. t harte* K Jfnntr, executor of the miii and testament «»f I'hilm C. Cottivloek. ami Cornelia E. Jenner, s<*ie devisee untlrr the will. U> «>e--rjpr T Nadrn, the NW I » oi tb* NW', of ns- 3, Tp 25 N . raxurr 4 K . flrtt ♦ William Burritt t«» J. A (iouKl. all of Wock 1«* lota 3 and 4, Washington ±*l\ fXt). j W Uiani A Morn tu T. Jot*** lot 7. hlork 1* i> > M«%nai\i'» addition. $"*«» Nrtu* A Ko»t#r t«» (iforpf If. Ft*»- trr, k>t.« * and Ut«ck Kairriev botuMlrtd, an<i 5 in Kt. 30, Tp. rar.ifr 4 ra*t $1 i i» tc Mary Wakl 1M i. Y*n»ti » a*tdtt;-.<n, $»S5u | j attMM 1. iUU aO a>Ai.v} L. LuUf, tkeKEXflftikrSB I ** % *WV of fee. 5, nl the BK oi the SWX «* *be of Bsc. 5. Tp. S3t„ mage 4 east. *MM, fßtt-45- _ | WHH.m McDonald to Fndiaiwi Anthony. tot 5, biock «. in that par boa of Seattle laid off by A. A. Denny. sun. W Lockml and J. T. Tate to S«*i Barner. tot* 4 and 7. Hack It, Bijr low * ramhracoUl addition. 9775. Walter Borritt to J. A. Gonld. aB of block 10 with the exception of tots 3 and 4. Washington addition. |7». Aibro (iardner. A. B. gtmrt, Geo. H. Hedbron and Junes B. Hogg to Frank Burns and Thomaa G. Smith, of Baltimore. Md.. 240x236 feet "in a tract of land owned by the parties of the Srst part," anda sixteen toot right of way from the tract conveyed to Commercial street. 92500. t T. H olden to Harry Haggen macker, tot 7 in the Z. T. Holden tract. *95. C. C. Calkins to Walter Bkkell. fire acre tract 104 in Maple Leaf addi tion to the Green Lake circle, ISO. Stephen P. Stiles to John F. Keller, null tract of land described Ire metes and bounds, in S. W. Russell's dona tion claim, fl. T. E. Jones to James and William G Donahne. the W of the SW',,. of Sec. 11. Tp. 30 It. Range fieast, |W». Cad L. Nelson to William H. All bright, 10 acre* in Sec. 5, Tp. 2S N, Bange S east. 9312.90. West Coast Improvement Company to Henry K. Hall and W. G. Hall, of San Francisco, lots 39, and 30, of Farmdale homestead. »40UU. Thomas Hyde Cbk-k and James Dougan to Kenneth SfcKenjoe. lots 5, 6 and 7, block 44, Bigelow's addition, quit claim. 990. Kenneth McKenzie to Peter Jacoba, lots 5,6 and 7, block 44, Bigelow's ad dition. 9000. United States patent to James J. Crow, the NE'i of the SK% and the SE* of the NEK of Section 30, Tp. 22 N, range 5 east. Albert J. Cass to Edward Bourrhier, tots 9.10.11 and 12, block 13, Northern addition. 9825. Annie G. Smart to Daniel B. Lires lev, lots 7,8 and 9, block 3, Hicks ad dition. 9530. James C. Blowers to Fred. E. San der, lot 41, Farmdale homestead, 93000. Margaret Sidney to Francis T. Arm strong, a tract 280x340 feet in block 19 of the Eden addition No. 2.91000. C. C. Calkins to E. H. Branin, lots 1, 2 and 3, acre 5, tract 96, Maple Leaf addition to the Green Laka circle, 9100. John W. Emerson to Mary M. Mal hern, lots 23 and 24, block 7, Pleasant Valley addition, 9100. TUTKBDAT'S TaAWSACTIOSK. Thirteen deeds were filed for record at the auditor's office yesterday, aggre gating 112,229, an average of $910.70 each. Following is the list: A. A. Denny to M. J. Ferguson, the W H of the SW y A of Sec. 45, Tp. 21 X.. R. 4 E., 13600. R. B. Schneider to John H. Hoe bener, lots 1 and 2, block 15, and lots 1 and 2, block 1, Dewey's addition. |l. R. B. Schneider to Louis E. Morris, lots 11 and 12, block 7, and lot 3, block 13. Dewey's addition, sl. Ida J. McGinnis to L. H. Griffith, 1 acre in Sec. 29, Tp. 25 N„ R. 4 E„ 98800. Susie P, Hancock to Edward C. Kil bounie, •quit claim to lot 12, block 28, Bell A Denny's addition, sl. Elliott Bay Bridge and rile Company to S. G. Spaulding, quit claim to the S H of a certain parcel of land sur rounded by piles driven anil owned by the party of the first part, >275. . Charles Kakeldy to John Aird.lots 4 to 9 inclusive, block 48, Yesier's sec ond addition, $750. Bernard Fiitigan to Henry E. Schmidt, about one acre in Sec. 27, Tp. 24 N., range fi east SI,OOO. C. B. Baglcy to Elizabeth Baxter, lots 5 and 6. block 26, Mercer's second addition. MOO. H. T. Whitnev to Edward Iloyt, an undivided one-fourth interest in the S', of the SK'i of the SWJi of Sec. 14, Tp. 24 N., ran3c 3 east. »500. George W. and Marcus J. Berry to Charles Kakeldy, lot 1, Sec. 11, Tp. 23 N., range 3 east, 54.95 acres, and tee ES' of the SK'4 of Sec. 2, Tp. 23 N., range 3east, SI,OOO. United States to Marcus J. Berry, the EH of the SE>; of Sec. 2, Tp. 23 N.. range 3 east. I'nited States patent to Luther M. Collin*, for 044 acres in Sees. 20, 21, 28 and 29. Tp. 24 N., range 4 east. C. K. Jenner to G. W, and J. R. Ad dison, lots 4, 5, 6. 7 and 8, block 7, Comstock addition. sl. I'nited State to Frederick Nolte, the S': of the S\V'., and H'S' of the NK' 4 of Sec. Tp. -1 N„ range T east, ftOt). The Bartlett House, will aid to some extent, in reducing the want* for more hotel accommodations in Seattle. It U located on Second street between Main and Washington in the Kinnear lilock. and contains forty rooms, large, qiry and well ventilated, now lieing elegantly furnished, and will I* ready for occupancy by May 2!d. This house is only"al>out two Mock* from the depot anil steamlioat docks; in the business center of Seattle: kept on the Euro]>ean plan, with rooms for rent by the day. week or month. A restaurant adjoins the house. The proprietor, t!eorge C. Kartlett, is an experienced man in this bussiness lately from Burlington, lowa, and will make all roomers feel it i« good to room at this New Itartlett House, and will make reasonable rates, and in vite all parties desiring new and well furnished rooms to call and inspect the premises and get prices. *>t WANTED. Wood choppers, $1 cord. Walters, slo and 911 a week. Dishwasher, 91 a day. lilrls for housework, 912, 915, 91*. 9®. 92& and per month. Farm hands, fJ6. Swamper. 9&> Mill yard hands. 928 and 940. laundry help |ls to and found. Hak»*r sho and found. All kinds of help furnished free of charge. FOR SALE. Milk Route—Best paring route In battle; family trade of IS gallons daily; 2 team*, cans. etc., complete. gold at a bargain. 14 room lodging house, furniture and fix tare*. ptA. Two yearn lease. KevtauranU. U»s*«>. A few choice building lota that we own, cheap . FOB RCHT. 1"« acre ranch on V ashen Island, rent takru In labor Improved ranch at Orcaa Island, 175 pet m<»ntn. 7-room hattse aud furniture for sale. 111©. Four acras near town. Time c beck* bought CRANE & DICKEY, EMPLOYMENT BUREAU. Washington ft, near Commercial. IMPORTANT TO MIESTORS. too Arrrt of rinl fIM" Lam*, north of f-rrro Ukf. •ttoo only. Iklt It • big bargtia. In AVF. <iOT AN IMVEV-E I.WT '>* THE < h-iicMt n-«; ralalr lo r»-ott!r «a<l King M>uut>. «t;r6 I aStrt »'• brdmrk prttro. GEOKiiE rxißmSl, 1 iffi-v w-01 »4dr of i .asmrrrtai Kiwi «p ,i*jr* Ulo.r-n Mill aa«l * aablnrti'O Jp FOB SALE. T-G « Ei-nx> AND KAR.;k BTITH I>* ■real oraa.-. iiaaaim mi «. Uaalux<l a.LoaaaaercialaL.SM'Ma mjUtw UNKINDEST CUT OF ALL. MRS laov COST FOB OIE WEEK ONLY! We have seen prices cut down on fancy articles, but never before on such a staple article as ribbon. FBICB T.TST TOR JSTTBTXT WEEK OISTXTZ". Plain edge or Crown edge, all silk, warranted: Na 2 5 cents No. 7 12# cents « I "1/ >' '< A I - <• 3 7/» |i 9 15 " 4 8# " !; " 12 20 " 5 10 " |j " 16 25 HALF BILK. Na 5 3 cents No. 9 B*3 cents'^ " 7 5 " "12 10 No. 16 12 /4c, We adTiae all customers to take advantage of thm low prices, which are less than wholesale cost Prices on Fancy Ribbon in proportion. Xo Unit as to quantity. For geaalne bargains, for the best goods, for the lowest prices, call at TiATOITR c 00. FOR SALE! STETSON & POST BLOCK, Second and Marion streets, BY ESILMAN, LLEWELLYN CO. REMOVAL NOTICE. On May Ist, the wholesale liquor store of M. & K. GOTTSTEIN was removed Into their new quarters, in Marshall's Block, corner Commercial and Washington Sts. C. ». COERKE, MERCHANT TAILOR. Attention and integrity assure yon satisfaction. mwwi toot, raoHT street. EARLY ROSE POTATOES FROM NORTH YAKIMA, JI'ST RECEIVED AT das. toll's Front and Union. For a change of teed for this toil nothing can be better than the above, as they are grown In an ashy soil and vre of fine qual ity. For eatlug purposes they arc unsur passed. LOGGERS! OXEN! OXEN! I WILL ARRIVK IN SEATTLE OS OR about May 4th, with four car loadi of work oxen lor sale. Enquire at Arlington Hotel. apffltf J. r McTI.ELLAV HORSES FOR SALE 0. H. HOLCOMB, HAS OPENED A NEW SALE STABLE ON the alley* south of (.angston's Livery, where he hti on hand a fine selection of home*, and will receive orders for any class of horses desired. If not In stock, mhl tf NOTICE TO £EALED TEKDUW WILL RE RECEIVED k? Thursday. May *lst. iw, for the labor and materials ut 11—ry In the erec tkm and rnrlnaiuK of the centre building and two want* for the on>po««l Hospital for the luMnc. to be built at Medical Lake, Spokane c«»nnty, W 1 Kid* will be taken for the construction of the building both in mom* and brick. Hid* will alio be taken for the whole or the separate parts <>f the «ame. including excavation. stonework, brickwork, careen ter work, painting and glaring, ga!-vaniied iron and tin work A certified cheek to the ralue of ten per eeut. of the bid must accompany each bid, which will tie forfeited tu> the Territory should the bidder fail to qualify with good and acceptable sureties to the value of eighty per cent of the contract price with in ten days after receiving notice of the acceptance of the bid. All bids not made out on blank forms, or unaccompanied bv a certified check to the value above stated, or that may 1* predat ed after :hc time stated, will be rejected. The ComdMleacft reavrre the right to re.Vci any or all bids. i'lans. ncdtcstkms and detailed draw incs can tie seen at Spokane Falls on and after April Stfc. I**» lilank forms and all nccesaarv informal* »n can fr* obtained »t I> M Uki'mhiuji, Traders' National Rank. Bpokaise Falls. W T. All bids to be sealed and addresoed to •STANLEY IIALJ.ETT. secretary of Build mg < Medbal lak» W. T . and will be received up U 12 o'clock noon. Mav Slst. i*». at which time and place they will be opened iu the presence of bidders, nrtl SEATTLE WOOD YARQ. DRV AI.I»ER 4kD FIR W*«Ol> CIT AM' Mi«d lrn*th Irry ila-lUn* a dal <ir»lirrv.l part .if ttie city Onlrrt at 1JI!> En.nt *lrr*t, or at jranii>u H.ipklua' «ttiarf. t'*A o( wneca ttrret. mi tvM X- A- i»- ~»i i■, COBNEB OF IN THE 'rout Rani AS USUAL. GOODS DELIVERED AT UNION BAY FREE CHARGE HALEY & WRIGHT, 612 FRONT STREET. P. O. Box 449. TKLEPH OKB ». m LOTS IN HAZLEWOOD ADDITION. $175 LOTS NBAR JAOKSCN STRBBT. 100 ACRES OF HOW TO BOY UNO. C«nia*4Ckoeka, raf«kl«Mil|bi •a >ka Pu(,i *ta«4 Bask uifta m >mmy far RmhT To tbase dolfOM 'i blflag pfllgtl <* \ tiasa,acd tmiaiij »r'»Ty .wrnm aa* uu4-1 k>r4a, wa offa* Us fotawfag: Ws will .Itos Cmi itaw ■ paths to . Iwjoan'tiM.tecviii ioll»la»dy«aM.i *t te|i aaHbaa praailm M kiwi a lIM » <i (111 gjM |« •••Bull drat. aa laba ■> ss* m* *a fka* are riae' «• Ma laasat aataaa aNatiblaar.dlaaaf aa MM •HH Mt rn Of tb» fMkMI Ikrj IJ or-ll aad »f. 4-atrabl' Ml ft laqm'a oaif 10 y t mL m ai wval m *ry »• wilt .I** umiil carrk <ar ika t• lan »—I »i«aau and a*»j> mania I W Brat. Tm obraft k«mkrkahy«MM >a ilooU bask a-d l» B.d* fa>ab>« at ackt, ihaa rwti-t IW par >im a v*ot.|rM t3j prtvt- M|N tkal ban aartr bam ,rlot* OUR PRICES ABE TELLE M 'ii Sum we commenced bwint* nor poller baa always been to offer everr c!m of Dry tiaodaat u low prim ««the etoaest eoonomv wll permit. That solterb fan saceaedlng. It means that a lady ran purchase a package ol pint,» , M ta» pattern a* low a* in any bouse in America. It meant a «r*tem that tw. Eple (an have confidence in. and they are faat realizing that fact u mesa, t it la oar ambition to ha\e the public a>imit that we sell all class** Uooda tower than any house in the Northwest FEATURES OF THIS WEEK. DREBB GOODS, SILKS, VELVETS, WHITE GOODS, HOSIERY, GLOVES, TOWELS, TABLE LINENS, &c., ht. <>ur assortment of these poods is now verr eomplete, and we ask the pabtte to iudge of onr prices. We urge bo lady to purchase, and the only favor we aak ia for the public to call in and examine what we are offering. DOHENY & MAEUM, DEPOT OF LOW PRICES, f«fr Freit ik (itlinbia stmts, HettUe, V. T. W9 "aasplea aaallod free oa application, and all order* rareteU* aad promptly derated: PORT TOWHSEND FOUNDRY AND MACHINE COMPI FOUNDRY. MACHINE ADD BOILER SHOPS. ORDERS SOLICITED. PORT TOWNSEND, WASH. IT. mytaSawta WM. H. HUGHES J Printing Company,* SEATTLE, W. T. All hinds of book aad Job work I COM'tIBIA STRKKT. bros., IMPOKTBW AX» MUUOH IH ' IMPORTED, KEY WEST AND DOMESTIC CIGAIA TOBACCOS, PIPES. CUTLERY. And all the latest smokers' articles. We invite the public and the trade la iiiut to call and examine our stock and price*. LOWMAN <fe HANFOBD 8. A P. 00. SOIJC AGENTS FOR KNABE PIANOS, lfa«B» A Hiwlli Mi Fanaad 4k Votay OqpuM. Paalan h PETERSON BROS., ■■partora aad Dealers (a GROCERIES and PROVI8ION& Large Stock, Lowest Prices. Orders by mail solicited. Agents for B. Meeker's Creamery Batter. 814 Frost atreet. Kcattli. INTENDING i TO THE WIIOI.ESAI.E TRADE OF Groceries and Hardware, f Exclusively hereafter, wc now olTer our entire stock ot Dry Goods, Men's Furnishing Goods, Boots and Sheet to the tfade at greatly reduced prices. Wc also oflW at either wholesale or retail, AT COST, onr entire stock of Carpetih Oil Cloths, Hugs, Hatting, Window Shades, etc. We repeat at Coat. Call early and aeeara bargains. SCHWABACHER BROS, ft CO. and Pike streets, north- west corner, all cleared. Finest lots on Pike street. OF Tvo HtAimrrixY LOCATED LOTS, with ft new. elf ht-room.t wo story house, in flnU-clam r«»patr, situated on the very summit of the "Hill." A magnificent view: fine neighborhood. Bach a chance will not present iUelf again for yean for some good man to get a beautiful home, complete with all modern improvement*. Two rnilaa from the potto (Bee cloae to Vkdiaos (trect. They are cheap. High and Level, commanding a Beautiful View. WATER FRONT Altar m ba»a bafga'Bal to nar or sen lata, abo«J4 fom, toiavgb rtckbraa or mi Mai. MaaajiaH far maory. J>« mnoab to ■naai foarabrrka at Iba buk tmd Ua*r will aa la<ll oa tkatr lall (ara <aloa Taa are Ikarifwa. by Ma ofMaa aal p riV lana ar oW*r, la«m» igalaav acrMaw. Too ara yaar kaaaain ao4 kaahrr, and at tfea aarna t)Br aa o«MT of aalaabia proi«ty. ia >4 yaa at aay tbba, bowarrr, |r'a*at Iba cb*aa» at Mot far para.at Uajr vIU ba Malabl; baeere* aat lorvanad la aa aot )<•'barrbf aoaal an rtabtaaf par ba—at Ui ■M U«4 Wa a*,r a ft: >a appnrtuattj aad adrlM yaatabayaaw. DMIMMfUMMdMi Uerara to ataro yoa Ik* Ofportaaiiy e< a.7la( I maid baTa bank aaak aad Mb a la> a fro ■ealke eta far aa meek aad aaw U la eaitb aa ■a.* pour aa ■tllir boa mi<U, oar* Traatr ila*ina> raOroai* aM ka.dla« far Baa Ma. Maaatadattct la taartifcUig aad giavtof wttk • booitbi f ait. Uaoarai anal-a, la la batata ornhouatla. i * Sr fcUm w an SUad wtta ocaraata ot For Sale. Two lots, corner Eighth FRED E. SANDER, Cor. Mill antl Commercial its $6500 HOUSE. PHICE t $6500. $6500. Apply at one* to O. C. FIIIKNKY, Jam*. (treat, oppoalte Occidental Hotel. COOK fot AtOOBSk Special Harpies! Lot 6, block 40, Maynard'S plat, two small buildings renting for sx6 a month, ony S2IOO. Lot 4, block 39, Pontius at a fine lot for a house, al graded, lawned and fenca finest view in the city, a small house, S7OO. A Snap—4o acres fine land overlooking the Sound. Look this up, SSOO. 60 acres inside the platted district, only s3cbo. Wewifl take a one-third interest with right party. Splendid five-acre tracts cleared, half mile from platted all around, for, eadt SSOO. Choice bargains is a few houses and lots. Look us up. MONROE & WHIPPLE, Room 17, I'nlun Blocfc. j MQaa Proafe Ms TJOUBK, COR. MARION AND FROST £1 Bto, orer Urns Store. Board by 4* , week or month. mft NEAR SEATTLE. Snttto If 11M e*ator at mnlj Is oflb» Ib«M taag«4Wrlrt> „ Rrttba O.lo*>b:. m 4 AlMta took I* Mf£> • lart* wepoftM of IM' |ani wmmm <rt». BMklMt} |M ib^Um. Tto wkainate mm * s«« Ton. r>» >4U, ckuxft. ■»> in rrmrnm rtfluCKtH Rovtl* ■ lb* Itoflk ftctk —* fcMte tad ul tor tat »» foot**. . , . 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