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SUND TRADE.
nttrriM, WOT. M.
# bread and the pri ration
j winter in consequence
1 poor, are themes being
yress at preaent Wheat
.ad floar values ions tbe baais of the bread
arice* and the former have not yet touched
*mrr< affording real cause for serious fear*
„t a st complaint. Grain ha* been ISO per
" L higher than at present within the
eoaparativeiy short period California has
been in tbe wheat trade. Tbe lowest price*
of a century hare been current tbe paat few
and compared with some values of
Oeprnent decade wheat, flour and bread
are now going at reasonable figures. Value*
• cannot drop back to lowest lerel* without
pinching the producer, so It would ap
pear from tbe present outcry to be quite
situation.in which either the
wheat grower must work without material
pro {it or a large portion of the bread eater*
be subject*'! to privation and distress; but
the picture is inconsistent There ha*
BOthing yet developed to warrant any
lamentation over the advance in price*
It would be very couvenltnt to have wheat
high *nd bread low. to snit both producer*
and consumers, but the millers aad baken
are neither wealthy enough nor so philan
tfcroplc as to have this condition of affairs
exist for any great length of time. If dour
was a dollar per barrel and bread correv
pondiugly low, there would always be some
people in distress and without the where
srith*! to get their daily loaf.— Oroctr a»4
Chantry McrthmU.
TBI KKTtKX roitv r*( KISO ANI) rkO
VIMOIS TEA nr..
Tbe Cincinnati Pritr Current of Oc
tober z") ssys
Tbe marketing of hogs in the West ha*
som.-what increased, but continues moder
ate in number, for tbe season, the week's
packing for all point* (bowing a deficiency
of SO.OOO hogs compared with the corres
ponding time last year, the total being l&V
000 against 140,000 last week, and zljjOOO a
year ago. Tbe total from March lis 4^W.,-
COO hoi!", against .'..Kin.OOO last year—de
create, 560,000. Priced of hog* at leading
centers have airnaM steadily <1 echoed du
ring the week. ao<l arc generally iVHAV- per
100 pounds lower than a week ago, Chicago
price* are about f 1 15 per 100 pound* higher
than a year ago, and aboat 40c. per 100
pound* higher than the average at that
point all laat winter. For the year coding
Hovemiiei I the Wextern packing will not
exceed a 11.000,000 hog*—probably will (all
aomvwhat short of this—compared with ao
average of U,500,000 for three years previ
ously, and nearly 11.000,000 an the averagu
for ten year* ending a year ago. The ex
port* of hog product (or the year will equal
about 3,'.11.".,000 hoga, or leaa than 40 per
cent of the Westeru manufacture, while
the exports daring the entire period of ten
yearn ending a year ago averaged abont 60
per cent, of the manufacture, the laat four
year* of the period reaching aboat <0 per
rent. The past year haa not been a re
munerative one ana rale to the packing
fetereat. which with the evident influence
of advanced price* in curtailment of the
foreign demand for product, aa Illustrated
during the year now cloalng. *erre to warn
the trade of hazzards on a bam* of higher
prices than laat neaaon for hogs Past
events also suggest that while the earlier
portion of the coming year may ahow a
thorfage In numt>er, high prices forpro
duc! may lie counted upon as reducing re
quirement* for the product- Packers the
coming winter season will be cautiou* in
operating with a view to holding stocks
against the enlarged supply of bogs
naturally looked for next summer.
Tbr Following article from the timer
aad f nullify Mr reliant, San Francisco, com
■ends Itself to all who are Interested In
the salmou industry on Puget Sound. The
ntter want of consideration shown this flah
during the spawning seaaon ought to re
ceive legislative attention, and thus pre
vent the extinction of what under Judicious
management would prove one of our lead
ing Industries In the future:
For some ilavs the quality of salmon re
ceived al the fish markets has been saeb
a* to merit attention. With all that has
been published with respect to the desire
of the fish commissioners of this state to
protect the salmon industry, there appear*
to be very little. If anything, doing m the
direction of practical work. Mr. Urlng
•ton Stone, united states fish commis
sioner. recently called attention to what
might be accomplished at the McCloud
aad Clackamas stations If properly con
ducted He says:
"Either of these stations, being both won
derfnlly adapted by nature for taking *al
mou eggs, could easily secure 10.000.000
eggs a season If the parent salmon had
half a chance to get up the river*. A* it
Utiie salmon are so unmercifully netted
and trapped up on the way to the statlan*
that It seems almost a miracle that any of
them get there alive. It Is, unhappily,
very difficult on this Pacific eoaat to obtain
any restrictions on the salmon fishing, but
If the flshermeu and other* who reap a
profit from the salmon fishing would only
exercise a reasonable amount of (oreslght
and self restraint in providing au adequate
close time during the flshtng season, the
•almou hatchery station* on the Clacka
au river and on the McCloud conld *oon
011 the Columbia and Sacramento rivera
more full of salmon than waa ever known
In the best salmon daya of tlieae river*,
even before white men began their whole
•ale destruction of salman with their traps
and nets.
"Thl* sounds very well, hut Is It not the
dnty of the state commission to *ee that
the law Is euforcod? To appeal to the
Class of persons who Indulge In Illicit Ssh
lag is absurd, and to expect thoae engaged
In salmon canning will undertake to do
for the protection of tbair business, what
It is clearly the business of the commission
to do. Is equally absurd. The fait of the
business Is, the salmon coming to thl*
aiarket are not prevented from going to
the spawning grounds, but having gone
thers are taken, without hindrance from
the commission, and shipped to this mar
ket. shipment!, are made daily from
Trhaimi bv rail to San Francisco The
falmon, when taken, are generally unfit
lor human food, being slimy, exhausted,
poor, and in many instances afflicted with
sores and almost acaleleas. They have not
life enough in tblsexhausted condltloa to
offer much residence to the piratea
who are destroying them They are tak
en. put Into bans and shipped here to be
•oldlti the flsh markets, and such as are
■ot thns consumed, whether from exceas
of quantity or from had condition, the sur
plus goes to city canneries to be canned
The whole thing is an outrage that merit*
the severest condemnation. We call the
attention of the commlesioa to thl* matter
In the hope of seeing It corrected. They
bare only to visit the clay Mrect market
•ay day hefore 10 o'clock to verify the
statement. If the salmou industry la not
uaportam enough to warrant action In
this matter on the part of the fish com
missioners, the health of tliu i»eople of this
JJty shanlil receive some consideration at
of the health officer*."
Tie receipts of hop# were small today,
'•finding 40 bales from Hnoqualmle oil
th' steamer Monroe. IS hales from Port
Townstud vicinity oil the Eliza Anderson,
•ads bales from Sunnydale by wagoa.
Four carloads will leave to morrow morn
log for the East. No change in quotation*
•ndthe market extremely dull.
MERCHANDISE AND PRODUCE HE
"EHtS—Duilug the last '-'1 hour* the
■errhandise and produce receipt* at this
p>rt have been as follows Puget
Mad Shore road, in ears containing I'd
•wis. Columbia .t. Puget Sound railroad,
W tons; Seattle, lakeShoreJt Eastern.429
wis. Steamers—Josephine 34 tons. Mer
wta JO tons, Manroc 4 ton*. Eliza Ander
■ loas. hoonw l etitia 1,«0 ton*.
Total receipt, vcton* Among the receipts
wees hairs tjops, qj;» sacks oats. 416
J* 1 '" flour, 4ft sacks potatoe*. Ift sack"
wrolps. 'jo sacks carrot*. 2s ease# cgc*. 25
•oxes cheeae. 7 tut* and 1 box butter,
Jwves apples. case* canned tomatoes. 25
eax-s canned pea«, 10 kegs < atswp. 10 bar
jeis and 7. cases meat. 400 eases lard, 2
jartvl# whisky, 4 boxes raisins, 3 boxe*
rf, ' J" 11 citron i>eel, :> harrcl* currants, 3
Jails Jelly, :,■? boxes nails. S eases bird
•***■». bundles hides, 3 hoc*. 969 cases
eanu.d salmon for Eastern shipment fis»m
"#*tSeattle cannery.so,ooo feet lumber. 2
tar oa.ls telceraph jwles
Ml IPV ENTS— During the last 24 hours
and merchandise have been ahipped
I™™ Seattle to the aurmundlux country
*■ follows Poee! s..und Shore road. <>
•?''*: Coluuib a ai d Puget Souud railroad,
"tons: Seattle. lake Shore and Eastern,
•stona strainer* Migusta 2 tons. Moun
' 'on. Grace 2 to:ia. Success S too*.
J*'f Briekfcen & tons, Edith 6 ton*. Henry
■a>«ey If. t. us. Total sblpmeuts lit tons.
Shipping Intelligence
Fo«T TO« NSKNU. Nov. 19—Sai'ol Bks
A Barland. Atalanta. schr Jeanie
Ois'ovttav. Nov 10 -Sailed Ilk
—J*J OOSH * N'\ 20.—Slight rain, fresh
»°J<hea>t wind.
' , '***ci»ro. NOT. lft.— Anrtved— sir
wiiminst„n. Nattalmo. Cleared —Str
wjorge vv. E..!er, Astoria: bk Blsirore, Pott
rowti-ead. Sailed -~tr Empire, Nanaimo:
' Wood. Tacoma. Artlnras,
E"" "adkn k Gen Duller. l*Hfet Sound
*w " a °o|na
a,, d Fastimt NOT Koyal Alice .fro ■
n>rt Townsend.
rnnuraic amm
us numeoco nra*.
Hi* rtuaaco, KOT. M.—Wheat—Prices
!>•" * "f2f , S- T 2* e Caab. ft a*
li«n»y-ffiitho«jh gootattomi do not
weaken: aalte So ifceC «e.
<Jati tie condition of the market eoa
tinoea to shape in fa*or of holder* Mock*
are twine reduced and aa advance la looked
for unlet* receipts ti—Ola* large, which ta
SgS®?* jffiS
Jasssarsaaaa-"!
.iSnssriawrispwA:
&SBO»£ss& «
Batter-choice freak California, firm at
3V4ST% e.: other descreptious aaay.
Eggs—choice ranch firm at V&mf t;
•tore lot*. c.
Chartered—Schooner Rufus E. Wood,
coal. Tacnma to Ban Francisco; SHiperb, Pa
get sound to Cork.
■K» roam ttor* »rii«
SEW YOBE. SOT. 10.—The stock market
today nai very dull throughout. Only
Reading displayed any animation wbat
eTf-r, and transaction* even in that Mock
(ailed to score any morement of impart
aaee.
Government* dail aad steady The
bank* now hold $1,3H2.000 in excess of tbe
aalgl requirement.
CXCBAKOK A*L> occcainca.
Saw T*ti, Sor. 10.—Money on call eaay
at 15i- Prime mercantile paper Mi ~ Ex
change steady H M for >b-dmy bfts >i K7*.
for demand.
■om.
«!* (couponj | Pacific 6s. .122
noes*.
Central Pacific.. », Fargo Expres* IS*
Burlington. ire, We*tern I nian. Ss>-,
Den A k Grde UK Am Kxpreaa... 11l
Sor. Pacific 27 ,('*ll Pacific.. 56V,
Preferred OH* Can Southern. W,
Northwestern 111 1 /Del. & I-acka 38
K. Y. Centra! lQSf'ilErie 5«2
Navigation. 9S» Ji.ak* Bbore 108*,
Transcouti'al.. SOWLAS . sst\
Pacific Mail. 37>, Mich. Central >*\
Bock I*land 100 ; Kan*. * Texas U
BtLoul*£SaaF. 26ji|Oregon Imp 72
St. Paul &< tmaba i*% ! Heading «>',
Texa* Pacific 24U et Pan" 642
Onion Pacific 80H l". 8. Kx press 7»
HEW roag MiacHAjipuii MARKET.
Sgw You. Nov. I&—Hops—steady
t^oflbe-<'|n«ed weak; sales .10,000 bags;
Novemfier sl3 50. December $1: 7.V413 KV
Sugar—Raw inactive and firm, refined
dull.
Copper—lake, November. sl7 45.
liead—Nominal.
Tin—yutet; straits $22 .10.
Bar silver, V 3 Vlßc.
Petroleum opened steady at sWje. but af
ter the first sales became dull and heavy
and sagged off A slight improve
ment then occurred and tbe market closed
steady at «^c.
CHICAGO rsonic* MARKET.
CMICAOO, Nov. 10.—Wheatclosed steady
cash $1 UK. Dec. $1 14S. Jan $1 12*4, May
Corn cash 41!-sC, Dee. 40 7 16c,
Jaa. i#Ac. May 39 5 16.
Oat*—Firm; cash 24J-.C, Dec. Jan.
2T4c, May 'J3%e
Barley—Nominal.
Pork-Firm, cash and Dec., sl4 S6, Jan.
sl4 75. May sli 07V
Ij-rd -Steady; cash $4 20, Dee. $X 07 1 ;
Jan. sft 10. May $* 30.
CHICAGO LITE STOCK MARKET.
CHICAGO, SOT. 10—( attic—Receipts 3,.
000; steady; beeves .s.'>2s. steer* s3(te;
stocker* and feeders S2«4S 30; Texas cattle
$1 .'4WI; We*tern rangers S3M4.
Hogs—Receipts. 14.000; weak and .V«10c
lower: mixed aad light $5 20(i*.'. 50. heavy
$A 35T<to 75.
Sheep—Receipts 2000, steadv and strong.
naUves $.'K»4 2f>, westerns $."/■«.•! 55, Texans
$2 IK*'. 25. lambs $4(»5 25..
SHIPPING OF TBI SOIXI).
•extraordinary Export* Freights
Unchanged -Chart*ra.
Poet TowNKwrti, Nov. 10.— Sixteen
vessels have sailed from Puget Hound
the past week. Of this number 11
carried lumber to foreign ports as fol
lows: Six cargoes for Melbourne,
two for Sydney, one for Buenos
Ayres, one for Santa Kosalia and one
for Shanghai. This is an almost un
precedented amount of exports tor
oue week, especially in the last men
tioned product and the fact of so
many foreign shipments out of the
number makes it more notable.
The arrivals liar* hardly kept pace
with the departures and hence the
fleet in port numbers nine less than
the preeeding week. Freight rates
remain the same as last quote* on all
Sound exjiorts. (barters have not
been active, but this is more attribut
able to a paucity of vessels than a lack
of demand for same. Therefore it is
argned that a uniform increase in
lumber and wheat freights may lie
soon looked for. Coastwise tonnage
finds profitable employment in the
coal trade.
Pelow will be found a complete list
of all vessels now on the Sound, land
ing ports and destinations:
COAL FLEET
Srattlr— Ton*.
Sh Alex McCnllom, (or 8. F. t,951
11k Melrose, for 8. F
8h Caroadolet, for 8. F 1.376
Bk Bonama for S F 1.259
Total, 4 vessels &,«19
7"ueom*~
Bk Seminole, for B.F 1,419
Sch Loul*. for 8. F "'-D
Total, 2 ves»el* 2,SK>
LIMBER FLEIT.
Port Rlaktley— Tons.
Nor ship Germanic. for Melbourne 1,295
Bch Nora Harkins. for 8. F .198
Bk J. H. Bower*, for Valparaiso '<o7
Bk Theobald, for Melbourne 9*l
sh Republic, for Valparalao. i,2»a
Total, S vessel? 4,464
Tticoma-
Bk Canada, for San Frauelsco 1,181
Sh Ueorglsnia. for Valparalao. 1,199
Schr Fred. E. Sander, tor San Pedro 440
Bk Coluna, for Uuarmas. 1,129
Total, 4 ve**el* 3,950
rnrt C.ambU—
Bktn Klickitat, for Melbourne 469
Schr Maeirlc Rn«*. for 8. F I*6
Run *hip Khea. for Melbourne
Bk Sagamore, for 8. F 1,274
Bk Majestic, for Melbourne . 1,177
11k Ja> A. King, for Honolulu .. «10
Total, 6 Teasel* 4.6*4
l\>rt Ptfravrrv—
Sh Jeremiah Thompson, for Srdner 1.K.T1
Sch F. 8. field, for San Francisco 446
i Nor. Bk Bonhenr, for Melbourne. 928
Tatal. S ve**el« SJ®
Port ffailtorb-
Bktn J M Urifßih*. for 9. F 575
Bkto Modoc, forß F 430
Bktn Uoo I'. Perkins, for 8. F . 589
Total, .1 V e«»el« 1.574
I\yrt Madimm—
Bk Vidette, for 8 F *l7
Bk Northwest, for 8 F 490
Bk Nonantum. for s. F 1.100
sch Alcalde, for 8. F **>
Sch I.aura Madison, for 8. F
Total. 5 veasals -'.*4o
I'tmUvty —
Sch Joe. Ruf*. for Vallejo 235
Sch Hueneme. for San Pedro 447
Total. 2 vessels *8!
l\<ri I.uti'ou -
Bk .' ame* <' nestou. for 8. F JjS
Bk cowllta. for Oakland 77V
Bk Nicholas Thayer, forSauta Rosalia 5M
Total. X vessel*
• BUT N.arr
Tlicomrt— Tons.
Sh (ireat Victoria. C. K jWJJ
Sh Ijt.l Raglan, I'. K -.o*
Sh Joa Spinney, I". K
Sh City at Madras, I'. K 1A«
Sh llecla. P. K. «•«>
Sh I issie Bell. V. K . J.**
Sh Florence. C. K
Total. 7 vessels 11.J55
NHCounoFi ri-trr.
rn.jm.t- ft*
Bk Spartan (diseafafed
—, *fi»»ela. Ton naire
Coal fleet ML
Lumber fleet Wjjßfr
, Wheat fleet &*>» • - a-J 11 ££
M Ucellmneo tf*...^
1 «t Melbourne of the mx
vdhMto eh* a* m here this week
tfOfe* 3p inter**! a> it will be
a Sim MMi "to"' r4te t'etween them
jncaw IB Tt.' were fUMnI here
Mom ajA : to lie p:veN the captain
THE SEATTLE POST-INTELLIGENCES. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 11, Itttg.
REAL ESTATE RECORD.
im m njecTMß nomnrr MM
MTimtTIUO.
tm.iN ?«
—Cltr amd Oitl|lt| Property
Umi bnM«M.
The total real eitttc transactions forth*
y«ar, up to yesterday vm S7.
It ta proverbial that the excitement iaci
deut to the presidential election tempora
rily paralyzes all classes of btuatem includ
ing real eatate: hence it nay be act dowa
«a remarkable fact that the real estate
business of Seattle did not (offer la«t week.
The aggregate of transactions was 225,-
420 74. a* follows
„ , _ So. Deeds Amount.
Jhmday. Swt. 4 » I 13.167«
Tuesday 'election day)
Wednesday SOT. 7. JO <1,210 so
Thursday SOT. » N *>jn« «
Friday. Nor. » 12 VJ» 00
Saturday. Sot. 10 * 51.4.0 to
Total 10S C25,«20 7«
Following Is the list in detail as famished
by Wood A Osborne, abstracter* of title
WOWOAT. sovncaca i.
J. A 'rould to M K. Olson, lot 4. blk «6
Mercer's SA add.. |«0.
J. A <rt>a!d to A. J. Uimmermas, lot 1,
blk 7, Kaufman s add., IHOO.
Paget Sound Chautaa.jua Assembly to!
0, H Burrow*, tot ». blk 12. < bautauußa
Beach. 126.
G. H. Preston to G. F. Kyle, w'i of sw'i
sec. 2, to i"> n, r 1 e. »1.
E. A. Price to Ivau Price, e 1 1 of w',of
nw»i of ne'» sec a, tt. 20 a. r6e, »m
J. rurth to L. If. J. Hunt, lot 4, sec. 24, tp
25 n, r 4 e. *lO.
R. S. McFadden to G. C. Phinney, lot* 1.
2,«, 7, *, », HI, blk 13; blks IS, 21, 27. 31. Jj.
30, S7 », all in Woorlland sidd to salmon
Bar. |7'ioo.
West Heattle I And & Improvement Com
pany to F. W. Nickerson. lots 17, l», I*. blk
1, l*t plat »l ».
R. S. McFadden. to G. C Phinney. lots 1,-
2, .% blk 17, Woodland add. to -aimon
Bay. 11.
W. F. Epler to S. W. Battle, lots S and 10,
blk 36. Denny's 3d add. to North -eattle,
12900.
I- H. Oriffith to C. W. Moore, blk 24. Edes
& Knight s add., WW. *
J. E. Morrison to P. L. Curtis, s*4 of lot*
8;». 10. bik in, Blgelov's add., ».m
Kirk land iana & Improvement Com
pany to C. P. Melnon, lot B, and fraction
lot A. bik V.. SI-'jOO.
West Seattle Land 6l Improvement Com
pany to 11. D. Andrews, lot* 7. 14, JO. blk
; 10; lot 7, blk 11, lot ®, blk 14, *ISOO.
H. A. scbroeder to P. Hedley, lot 11. blk
38, I>ecny A Hoyt's add., |175.
L H. Griffith to F R. Coffin, blk 21, Edes
& Knight's add . ft*oo.
L. H. Griflltb ta A. H Boomer, block 25,
Edes <k Knight s add.. MOIO.
B. Gatxsrt to L. H. J. Hunt, lot 4, sec. 24,
tp 25 n,r 4 e, $lO.
West Seattle land A Imp Co to J Thomas,
lots 23 and 24. blk 10; 101 l » and U. blk 12.
first plat. SI2OO.
J C I.apton to J Coggswall, 160 acres la
sec. •». tp 22 n, r 4 e. H"0.
J. P. Hoyt to P Trlsell, lot 10, blk 25, third
Pontius add., t.OO.
P. Trisell to S Chilberg. lot 10, blk 25,
third Pontius add ,|.'IOO.
P. S. Sigvaldson et als. to A. G. Smart, all
of Glen Park add , I'.'lV)
C. Kakeldy to D. Graham, lot 2, blk 69,
DMM'S Psrk add., |M».
F. E. Sander to W. P. Sanderson, lot 1, blk
17. H. L. Yeaier'sfirst add., |1>«0.
West -cattle laud A Imp Co. to L-B S'lck
erson. lot M, blk 1. fir*t plat, 1540.
B. W. Johns et al., trustees, to J. W. Ed
wards, wof w sec. 4. tp 24 n. r5 e.
$1675 54.
W. H Mitchell etal. to L. Rengstorff et
al.. 117 22-100 acre*, in sec. 4. tp 24 n, r .'> e.
$1670 :A.
West Seattle Land & Imp Co. toT.Pearce,
lota 13 and 22, blk 6; lot* l«, 17 and in, blk
11. first plat, 11700.
rnited State* to F. Herrimon, lot 4, see.
19, tp 22 n, range 3 e.
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7.
E. Blewett to J. H. Swift, lot 89. blk 51,
lota 15 aad 16, blk 66, lot 24, blk €O, lot 1,
blk 6."'. Denny A Hoyt add ,s»Vsi.
C. H. Foineroy to 17. C. Blakley, lot 18,
blk D. Phlnney's add.. (400.
G. D. Blake to »'. C. Blnkley. lot 7, blkC,
Phlnney's add.. MOO.
F, E. Sander to H. White et al.. 5 acres in
■w U of ne •*. *ec 12, tp 24 n. r 3 e, 12000.
W. U Morris to K, Knipe, n of lot 7,
blk A, A. A. Denny'* plat. 120.000.
W. S. I. A I. Co. to C. Woods, lots 22 and
28. blk 12, first plat, 1100.
W. S & I. Co. to P.. O. Sander*, lot* 23,
24. 26, blk U, Ist plat, <IOSO.
K. llourchier to H. Scott, lots 10, 11,12,
blk 1:1, Northern add. $!0«0
C. T. Ciaaaen to J. Redwood, lot 6,
blk 67, Denny's Park. 11200.
(i. DortTe lto O A K irklaud, blks 6, 10,12,
11, IS, 14. 15, 7,(1, 9, 16, Ravenna spg. Park
•upp'l, HW
J. Forth to J. Kingston, lot 1. blk 2. Mc-
Naught's Ist add, ll'OO
I'. R. A. to W. E. Stevens, nw l , of sec 10,
twp 24 nr. UK, cont'g I*o acre*.
C. 11. llagley to A. J. Haskell, lot* ft, 6,7,
8, blk 14, Mercer * add, 1220
A, G. Smait to B. S. Carfy. lots 1. 2, Glen
park add.. S6OO.
J. H. Kengstorff to J S. Anderson, lot* 10,
11. blk 6, KengatorfTs add., t2SO
N. M. Hoaklnson to J Tarretlch, lot 1, blk
69, lake I'nlon add . <225.
W W. Dearborn, t« J. Leidenger, lots 2. 3,
blk 4. Yealer's Ist, <.' 100.
O. P. Temple to H. D. Temple, lot 5, blk
.•». Central Seattle. <2OO.
Tho*. Hood to I- Brusta, lot* 9,10, blk 24,
Madison street add.. <2OO.
C. A. Bowen to J. I>. McDermott, lot* 6 to
10inclusive blk Mi, Collin's add ,<3600.
Estate ef B. I. Johns toM. R. Johns, n
of se' 4 see 11, tp2Sr4e, also 10t>x
256 (cet on aouth *ide of blk l.plat of Sooth
Seattle. <475.
THt'asnav, snvi;»[i» s.
(1. W. Caney et al. to A. M. Monroe, lot*
9 and 10, blk 2. Mountain View add . <VXI
J. H Mcilraw to 0. M. Vaa Doren. lot* 2,
S, 6 and 7, blk 42. lot* 2. S.« aud 7. blk 43,
lota 3. 4. "> and 6, blk 44. Maynard'a. also
blk* 2ft. 26 and 24. Maynanl's add .Itn.OOO
M. Mitchell et al. to G. B Kitdnger. sw'i
of nw' 4 . sec 4. twp 24 n. r5 e, <9OO.
Estate of B. L. John* to G. ft. Klttlugcr.
nw' t . aec 4, twp24 n.rSe. noo
J Ross to Rees. P. Daniel*, lot 1. blk 7,
Jackson street add., <*>o,
B. J. I*wis to N. F. Beverly, lot* 1 and 2.
blk 3, Svndlcate add.. <1650.
IV S of A. to P. Hockley, 29.twp
25 ii, r 5 e, <c.
A. W. F.ngleto M. D. Ballard. lot 5, blk
S7. A. A. l>euuy's add , <3OOO.
P. Buckley to D. J. Shlacb. nw 1 * aec 29,
twp 25 ri, r ft e. <7OOO.
C. D. Draper to I. D. Burns, lot 7, blk 77,
Denny's Park *6OO.
R. N McFadden tot". H. Baker, nwk of
s«s 32, *<■', of ne' 4 sec 32. sw' 4 of nw
see S3. ne'« of *w' 4 *ec 33, tp 26n, r4e,
<4OOO
J. 11. Baker to W. J. Jennings, se 1 * of
ne' t »ec 32,*w'« of ow 1 , sec S3, tp 36 n, r4
e, <.'ooo.
J. S. Maggs to H. I>. Brew, lot* s, 9, blk 1,
Union lake add.. Bin.
C. Walker to A. H Manning, und 1-3 of
ne'. of sw 1 , see IS. tp 24. r 3 K'V'O 66.
I. K. Knight to J W. Edwards, w l , of
nw'. see :v'i. tp '25 n. r5 e, <I2SO
P Dean to J. Barrle. lot 1 blk 4. Dean'*
add
A. P. Sanderson to G. Wagner, und
interest in 5 acres in aec S4. tp 2ft n, r 4 e.
liooa
JC. l.upton to F.. Rieth, et al.. n of
nw 1 ,. se'« of nw'4. sw> 4 of ne 1 „ sec. 28, tp
22 n, r 4 e, <|l<o.
O. J. Stewart to H lapworth. lots 3 and 4.
blk 41. Bell heirs' 2d add . M'*
N M Hosklnsou to Pi-ter Warner, lot 12.
hlk <M. lake t'nlon a«ld , <-00.
L. D Boms to Conrad Wagner, lot 7. blk
77. Dennys Park add . <7OO.
Edward Fehre to W H K. Smith, lot 6,
blk 7, New Wilfred add.. <SftO.
rBIDAY, NfNItMBKH 9.
V A N'irkerao® to J as. Cole, lot 40. block
2. Km* 3d add «rs.
A \ Nirkeraon to Jat Cole. lots 33 and
54, hit 2. K«x» 2.1 add . WS.
A * Smith to J Knrth. lots? and 10, blk
52, heir* of a A Hel! >1 add.: lot» 3 and 4,
blk «. Eastern add.: lot 1. aec 2, tvrp 24 t).
r 4 e, <4OOO.
A. A Nickemon to J. Koerher. lot 9, blk
fi, ROM J.I ait.l . S2OO.
A. H Manning to H. White. blk* 1,3.
\'.9. Whit* ,t Manning*add .sl.
H T IVony to A W Cral«, krt 9. blk »,
l>enu\ » CM Tark. HSO
p. Hazeltine to I 9. Hunt, liO acre* in
see Ic, twp 24 n, r 4 e. 110.
Moore I.and A Improvement Com pan v
to Otto Wolff, lot 2, blk 5, Hiawatha park
add. 13)0 .. „ ,
« W Yacrv ft a! to E Bowles, lota 9
and W. Mk 10. Blfelow '» add, H«X
Paget ~ uu t HMcl Leather Company,
lots ■> and «. Mk D, A A DennT'a plat. II
C H. Spinning to gorge Frasale, 40
acres in sec. S.S, twp 21, n r 4. E. |"i4o.
M.J Wright to C. C l>nboi». lots 2 and
S, Jackson it add, 11000.
SATVSDAY. xor. 10.
J. Kracht to F. Stria. & acres in aee 4, tp
25 «. r 4 e.
J Wilson to S- H. Camming*. MO acres in
aec 2*. tp 24 n. r 4 e, *30.000.
I \\ Ballard to C. H. French, lot IS,
b'k >. slaughter. ItfO
W s I. A 1 Co. to Murdork >tewart, lots
4, 5. blk 7. fir»t plat WV»t -ealt.e. |r>7..
H While to U P Skooe, !•>»» I>. te, I<. I*.
blk 9. White Jt Mann ng add »4UO
C J Smith to E McClanahao . .iHftoff
a side lot 11, blk X. Bell hem second add.
SVA
F E Saader to 1. E. Sickle*, lot* 1.. I*.
19 20. Sk M. Yealer's «®«d sap add >4OO
l" S. Assemblv to F. K. Nick
>«. lot 5, blk Chautaaqaa Beach. 125 _
s r K K. Co.. to W Alien, nw '4 of n
of sw \.»eo 29 tp 24 B. r »e, 17*0
_O. X. Baakata B.J. Hot,! of lata ,
'• **
c a. Whipple to O. A. KlAiaad, aw ?< «l
\ a ■» 4a. WO.
J. J. Uchteaberg to B, O W. Utehanberg,
* see U. ta Ba. r4e.sM*C
b^^^pLt^- 1, K '-
W. ». Warden to Isaac Flits, 2 acres la
ne sec»,tp24n. r4e.»ja>.
L ElUa to M F. Cowan, two acre* la ae
H<* aw%see3o. tpM a. r 4e.122S
H. White to John Anderson, lota 1, S, 3,4.
blk 5. White * Maaaiag's add. OCtt.
M. C. Klttinger to *. J. Kline, lot ». blk
4. syndicate add, SB2T.
G. Dorffel to J. L. Fry, lot* 17. l», blk •,
syndicate add. «9fiO.
L. M. Scurry to G. DorfM, lot 17, I*. blk
t, syndicate add, *BOO
LJ. nchteuherg to B. G W Uchtea
berg. Htj of sw<_ of s»', and s>;of sis 4 , of
*w' 4 , sec 24. tpit n. r3 e, S3OOO.
J. W. Eatereon to M. Melius, w of ssr' 4
of sw of sw < 4 of sec 14. tp £> u, r3 e,
except Pleasant vallev add.. S2OOO.
E- Blewett to A. H. Boomer, lot* 1». JO, XL.
blk 44. lots % 3, 4. blk lots ... «. ». is. 21.
blk 46, lot* 3,4.1». ». a. blk 47. lot ». blk
<■>. lot* 10. u, blk 55, Denny A Hoyt add.,
SIWO
F. A. Preston to L Thorn peon, leg 2. blk
7, Burke's second add., too
J. S. Waliimtfofd to J. F. Hall, w of
nw of se !iof sw sec 17, tp 23 n, r4 e,
sl2\
J. V. Wsllingford to F. Baker, e l , of nw
54 of se of sw see 17, tp 23 n. r 4e. $125,
ir r r
si. o>.
ownrrs SPECIFIC
Is eatlrsly a vegetable preparation eoe
tainiag no Merenry Potash. Arsenic, or other
potsoaons sttt»tal. j.
SWIFTS SPECIFIC
Hi aped hundreds of eases of Eplthelio
ma or ameer of the Skia. thoosaads of oases
of Eczema, Blood Hassore aad Skin Diseases,
aad hundreds of tisms»nds of eases of Scro?
nla. Blood Poison aad Bkwd Taint.
SWIFTS SPECIFIC
B*s re&evnl tlrssaii Is of CMSS of Mercu
rial PoMoulag. Bkenmsi Ism aad Stiffness of
Ihs Joints.
CusTTiaoooA, TVTV, Jane V. IM-gwlft's
Snwtfie Co., atiaato. Oa.-OeQtlraMa : la the
early part of the prwat year, a bad ease of
Uood appeared upon me. I bncui
taklag ». K. R. umlcr adrios at another, aa.t
today I fael greatly improved. I am stiU
taking the tuedleSae aad shaii continue to do
M an&l lam perfectly sretL I believe it wl.l
etfect a petlecMsre. Your* truly.
Doc. P. Bowssn,
111 West Sixth St.
Oounou, ao. Jaly T, UM-The Swift
SpeeiOc 0.., Atlanta, Ua.—Gentlemen: I was
a great sufferer from muscular rheumatism
tor twoyears. I ooaid get no perasaaeat re-
Bef from any medtclae pesserlbed by my
physician. I took ov*» a dossu bottles of
yourß.o. &,rndnow I am asweUaslever
was la my life. I am sure your medicine
cured me. mad I sroaid recommend It any
one suffering from sny Uood dlsrMa. Your*
truly, O. L Bteuxa.
Conductor C. t U. K. EL
WACO, TIXAJL May *. ISS-Oeotlemcu : The
wife of one of my customer* wu u-rrlbl/
tfflleM with • luathanme akin dincue,
iT Whole body, fhewsseocaaed
toherbedforsereralyevsbythlsattlettoa,
and could not help heneir st *IL One couui
not sleep from a violent itehlng and stlnetns
of tbe skin. The dlssase baffled thesklllof
tho phvsieiaas srho treated it. Her husband
benajtaally gi»lng his srife Swift's Specific,
and ska commenced to Improve almost im
mediately, and in a few weak* she was ap
pareufy wsll. She is new a hearts line
lookinc lady, with no trace of the salmon
left. Tours very truly, J. r_ SKASS,
Wholesale Druggist, Atutln Avenue.
Treat is* on Blood and Skin DIMMKS mailed
fhxx In Swsr errand 00, Drawer S,
Atlanta, Oa.; Sew York, TS6 Bnadwar.
THOS 8. KRCTZ, HARRY KRtTTZ,
President. Sec'y and Trea*.
Washington Loan & Trust Company
(INCORPORATED.)
Authorized Capital. $.00,000
Paid-op Capital MJ.OOO
MORTGAGE LOANS
OX
Improved Farms and Citj Property.
LOWEST RATE.S—NO DELAY.
BKAXCH Orru k—ll6 Mill S-. (Occidental
Bier*), SEATTLE W. T.
(iKOKGE FOWLER, Manager.
EASTERN OFFICES—2S7 Bioadway, Sew
York; 3 Rear* Building, Beaton.
WEHTKRN OFTirku— liome Office, Walla
Walla. W T.; Branch Offices, Colfax and
Seattle.
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
OP THB
GUARANTEE
LOM All* TECST (OIPUT,
Twkr-LMrr Block, Mill Street,
Opposite Commercial.
SEATTLE. - - WASH. TEK.
(Incorporated 1887.)
RECEIVE DEPOSITS IS ANY AMOCNTO
(mm one dollar upward*, and allow in
terest thereon. Money loaned upon im
proved farm aud city real estate.
BOARD or PtRJtCTOKB
IJtIGH S. J. HFNT President
DR. T. T. MINOR Vice President
EDW. B DOWNING Treasurer
QEORUE H. HKILBROS Secretary
DAVID N. BAXTER. J. D. IjOWMAN.
W. A. HASBROUCK & CO.,
RKTAIL AND PBI**RIFTIOS
DRTJGGISTB
AND DEALERS 19
Photographic Supplies.
Front at.. Seattle. IV. T.
5294 ACRES
To Be Sold
In Small Quantities.
Knowing the great demand there is for
small farms, we have decided to aril the
famous Mathers Property, situated near
langley. in the fertile valley ofthe Frarer
river, British Columbia, lhis valuable
propertv comprises MM acres of rich land,
and will be sold In blocks of from 4) acres
to JOO acres Prices will be arranged ac
cording to the location and quality of the
land Terms of payment extending over
a period of seven years, with annnal in
stallments, will be granted if so desired.
Purchasers will pay interest on all unpaid
balances at the rate of 7 per cent, per an
num. with privilege granted ef paviug off
full purchase price at any time and ob
taining deed in fee simple.
For oue month after September 10,1SW, a
rem p. tent man will be on the ground to
show intending purchasers the property
This is the beat chance ever offered in
British Colombia.
Call early and secure a selection.
RAM* BKOS . Kfal Lntat* Brokers.
VANCOUVER. B. C.
Block 35,
Hat of Statlh
IS NOW
FOR SALE
This block, situated near the gaa works
and on the same level, is suitable for man
ufacturttig purposes. Title founded en a
government patent. Apply to
BOOTH & BRISCOE,
ldetractors of I-aad Titles, Rooms 3 and 4,
Yesler Leary bnilding.
B*IU«T ruranT,. jK. f ..
President. | Vice President.
J. Fi anj Caahier
PCCET SiOD NATIONAL BANS
OF SEATTLE.
OCCIDENTAL HUKK
Brr AND SEUTFOREJGS AND DO
meatie exchange, transfer moat; b;
vUgraph to any part of the tutted states
Slid Europe, reeei.'* deposits of sooner an»
♦uc ptsi books or (wtttatoi titreior.
CORRESPONDENTS
Loo4ou. N. M Rothschild * Sens
Pan*. De Rothschild Fret**.
Frank fen. AM. L Von -teller * Co.
New York a*encj of Bank of l allforaia
Chicago, Commercial National Bank.
R-kston, National Bank
gen Francisco, the Bank ef California.
Portland, the First National Bank.
**■*■ l jts. For BEAST!
/4ML
A Mustang Liniment
"SSK-essSsssfiasaa jK.
"%X
<4k y l J&'
snwefrd4w
THE DUNLAP
MEDICAL JSD SURGICAL INSTITITE AM DISPENSARY
[lncorporated under the law* of WMhington Territory.]
Ycsler's New Block, Junction Mill and Commercial Sts.
Rooms S6 mod 37. Seattle. Wash. Ter.
Permanently established for the successful treatment of Chronic, Nervous, Special
and ."unheal diseases of men and women. Designed and incorporated for (he special
and private care and successful treatment of persons suffering with diseases of the
Nervous System, all Chronic Diseases. Diseases of the Heart and Brain. Nasal. Threat,
Lung and Cheat Diseases and Asthmatic Affections. Urethral. Rectal and Anal Dis
eases, surgical and otherwise; are treated by our new and painless methods with uni
form and gratifying success.
Our curative agents in reaching disease are remedial specifics consisting of the
oxidlsable phosphorescent forces of nature, specific medication reaching and curing
disease at once.
SPECIAL DEPARTMENT FOR THE SUCCESSFUL TREATMENT OF DISEASES OF
WOMEN.
In this class of disease with my large experience and uniform success, I hare every
confidence in saying to ladies afflicted with any disease peculiar to their sex, that by
my new methods of treatmer. they can be relieved and cared oftentimes in a few
weeks treatment.
All Urethral diseases are immedatieiy relieved and permanently cured.
Spermatorrhea or seminal incontinence, a disease which exhausts the whole
nervows system, is manifest to the patient and often gueaaed by the careful abserver.
This disease does not always imply impropriety, as it may exist without the patient's
fault. It is characterised by impotence, debility, palpitation of the heart, melancholia
Irritability, an unhealthy secretion mixed with the urine, pain In the bead, back and
limbs, confusion of ideas, a tendency to avoid society with an inclination to solitude.
Many unfortunate sufferers who have despaired of recovery after spending much time
and money in the bands of others, have been restored to virile power and health bv
my treatment.
The remedies in this special direction are remarkable agents to restore lost nerve
E>wer, and are an Invaluable brain food, a nutrient tonic that builds up the Impover
bed blood stream, and restores the mind snd body to a high degree of power, re
freshing the exhausted nervous system and most effectually and permanently cure all
cases of nervous exhaustion, premature or otherwise
The treatment of diseases of the air passages and lungs, such as chronic nasal
catarrh, laryngitis, bronchitis and consumption in its incipient stage, both through cer
respondence and at the Institute constitute an important specialty.
All sufferers from consumption, nervous, chronic and blood diseases, brain and heart
affections, dyspepsia and indigestion, paralysis, nervons and physical debility, loss of
nerve force and power; and all who desire pure, rich blood with increased strength
and vltalitv, and all those whose vital powers are failing and who feel the need of a
vitalising tnrigorative and reitoralirr treatment should consult me at once. -Ve erprr
imrata or failum.
Treatment safe and sure in all cases in harmony with the great laws of nature. Often
times only one consultation necessary, balance of treatment without any interrup
tion to business. Send for circular.
S. B. DeNLAP, M. D.
11(Bee hours 9 to 5 dally; 7 to * evening; Sundays 9 to 12 only.
t onsultation free and correspondence solicited. su wefr*w
ALBERT HAJSTSEN",
XHCALEH 111
Watches. Diamonds aod Jewels
fj
ote for the e«lArit«<l
STEIN WAY PIANOS,
And other First-elaiw Makes of Piano* ami Organ*
rni.HR BLOCK. FRONT STREET. JAw
BROS.,
IMPORTERS AH* BkALUM IX
IMPORTED, KEY WEST AND DOMESTIC CIGARS,
TOBACCOS, PIPES, CUTLERY,
And all the latest smoker*' article*. We invite the public and the trade in general
to call and examine our stock and prices.
113 Commercial street. Seattle, W, T.
COAL
THE PEOPLE or SKATTLE ARE No
tified that hereafter a full supply of
the celebrated
GILMAN COAL
Will oe kept on hand at the retail ,
depot,
for. Mill Street and Railnad Avenue
Order# by telephone promptly filled. Tel
ephone So. '/11.
Timber Lands.
CALL ON BHILTON <L ARMSTRONG
*nd examine their lilt of vacant tim
ber landc.
Arcade Buildings Front itreet.
JAPAN BAZAAR.
Importers aad Wholesale Daaiiri
—in—
Fine Japanese Goods,
Silk (roods. Embroideries, Ornaments aad
Cnrioa. The choicest articles all at
the lowsat prices.
Hopkins' Electric Ught Building. Frent «t
PIRT\ER WINTER.
A lire business man with ST>OOO to 110,001
to Join partntTship or to bay ont a fine
f«m*ral mercantile bnsineas store; SL.S,OOO
to s*jo 000 a vcar. Wore•ifnated in one of the
finest ajrriraltaral diitrieta and beat trad
inff points down the HoandL For further
nformation apply to AMOS MAN, An
! aeortet. .
WA CHONG A CO..
CHINA TEA STORE.
ALL KINDS OF TEA DIRECT FROM
A China, the purest and beat, frem tt eta.
lot* per pound. Rice, opium, silk haad
kerrhiefs and Japanese alahta, very cheap.
Brick store, corner Third and * ashington
.rreeta >*"
School Oltlcerw
Will Ind the
"VI C T O R
The beat school desk in u»e Send for cir
cular and tenai to A. J. STE\
Pacific l east Agent. Chaney. W T.
TEACHERS' EXAMINATION.
THE QCARTKRLY EXAMINATION OF
teachers for King county will be beta
in the court house. Seattle. W. T.. on
Wednesdav and Thursday, November 14
and IS task commencing at» o'clock a m
ISA AC P. Rlt H, Co School Snpt.
H F. JOKES. > Examining
CsTMtaixaF Cna»«TT,4 Board.
Seattle W. T . Sov. S Ww>. dAw
SEATTLE 1000 YARD..
DRY ALDER AND FIR WOOD err ANY
demrwi length. Dry kindliag a^ spe
cialty. Coal delivered to any part of the
~ity Orders welrsd at 12Dr- Front stress
or at yard on Hopkins' wharf, foo« of ueneas
"SBSRA T. A RT'SSELL, PicpriOtOt.
Wells' Puget_Sounil Line.
t-rv STEAM SCHOONER
ijEANIE
I EAVES SAN FRANCISCO FOB SEAT
j tie and all Sou n d porta on or about the
Norember *3d, taking all freight offered at
reduced rates.
CHAB. H. WEL.I.B, Agent.
No. 10 California St., San Francisco.
«KO. H. FOSI IR. Agent Seattle.
PDGIT SOUM ACADEMY,
Coopeville, Vildb; Island, V. T.
Fall Term Begins September
27, 1888.
Instruction Thorough.
Expenses Moderate.
Some changes hare been made in the
corpa of teachers. A thoroughly compe
tent music teacher has heen secured, aad
instruction will also be given in Painting
and Drawing.
For further information address C. E
NEWBERRY.CoupeviIIe.W T tnthsatA*
MONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGES.
HOUSESTO BENT
Otlicesi to Kent
lm the BOSTON BLOCK aa4Us
COLONIAL BLOCK.
Well located acre property fer
tals cheap, oloee to KIRK
LAND aad at WEST
SEATTLE.
Apply to
HERMAN CHAPDi
JANES ITMIT,
O rp «alM Occidental Hotel.
Dexter Horton&Co.,
BANKERS,
Incorporated IW7.
CAPITAL, $200,000.
Preadenl *
Vice Pre*i4ent A A D *"*l
M*n*cer ■>' e - MorT
Caihirr ® '• B ufl *
SIGHT KXCHAS(.;« AND TILKiEAPH
ic tzaiufen od New York, f hlc**o, St
p»*J. 8»a Francis"). Portlaa:] ani
point* in W«ahinfton, Orejoa aod BritUS
Ceiaabia. _
Ki*ht Bill*»< Ixehaa**on Uhldo.mraU
•bit (tart >-■ <n Europe
CoUxctioiu made at all polo a oa la»or
ably term*.
Bond*. Meek* and •tr.tr raluable* referr
ed ob depoat foe «ale keepia*.
O. C. SHORtY * 00„
r>Kmii»).
Fml of Colamhia *«-. Seattle.
SHE IS "ORATErtTL."
•■I *ated U><- Hi* of ay little ftri by a
prompt aw of Dr. Arker'i lajri.ih Kraedy
fi.r «.a«jsaptk>a." Mr*. Wa V. Harriaaa.
Sew York Tat «ale by A. R Siewwt,
d ripr.lt *
CLOAKS S WRAPS
SPECIALLY ATTRACTIVE.
We have just received from a leading manufacturer
their entire assortment of Sample Cloaks and Wraps.
Scarcely any two garments are alike.
They represent the choicest styles and colorings now
worn in America.
We secured them at nearly half price.
They will be sold at nearly half-price.
Remember, there are scarcely any two alike, and to
see the entire assortment they must be inspected with*
out delay.
DOHENY & MARUM,
Corner Columbia and Front Wtri-ctit.M.aitlc, w. T.
LOGGERS. LOGGERS.
Ash your shoe denier Tor Cahn, Nirkels
bnn? k Oo.'s
FOREST KING!
This is the best driving shoe erer made. See
It before yon bay. All dealers will refand
your money if yon are dissatisled. FOR
SALE BY ALL DEALERS. Manufactured by
CAHN, NICKELSBURG & CO.,
SAN" FRAHSTCISCO
■Uktn if A* edtknlW U. 8. A. that. JyUUowcfr
Always A.head.
W. R. GALLAGHER,
Socceasar to Alfred Border,
The only Wat for the celebrated W. F. liett Creamery Batter, which has no eqaal.
Alto the California liaito Oil, the only pare »ala.l oil that 1* told.
Besides my large stock of staples, I have a lsrfe and rarted assortment of fancr
CTocerles, and sell at bedrock for cash, and will not be undersold.
Before parrbasinft elsewhere five rae a call and send for prioa list. Small profits
and qaick sales.
W. B. GALLAGHER.
Qrtcar and Sood Merchant. 7(MI Front street. Seattle, W. T.
II 11 I * 11* »| |
II lil j _
r TOURNAY" SEMI PORCELAIN
UNDER THEQLAZC)
A NEW PATTERN OF
Semi-Porcelain,
FOR SALE BY THE DOZES. PIECE OR SET, BY
IT. OlrLTberg Sc Son, I Incorporated.
713 Htnl "718 FRONT ST.
NOT FOR SALE.
f\H THE CONTRARY, OCR I.NBCRANCI AGENCY BPSINEW WAS NEVER MORI
\ / satisfactory. It liu constantly kept pare with the growth and prosperity of N-attia,
and tbs proapect* for the futme were nerer brighter. We repreeent eleven Insnranoa
companies, among which mar he foand the oldeat and beat In the world. Wa conflna
oarselves in a legitimate Insurance bnainesa exclusively, giving that aloac oar strict
personal attention. We have recently added to oar list the lxmdon Assurance, with ■
capital of 115.000.000. Thia la the oldeat insurance company In the warld.
Parties requiring Insurance, either Fire, Marine, life or Accident, will find It ta that/
advantage to call on aa at oar o>ce In the Foacin building, Front street. Nest 1
JAMES A. CAREY & CO.
X USTSTTZRA-JSTQ E I
Z. C. MI L E B,
fftaseaaaar ta WaMefl A Hlles , Whslssals aad Retail Healer la
RMS, COOK, PIRLOR MB BOX STOVES.
Order* from the country nollrlted and satisfaetioa guaranteed.
Ciire ua a on 11 anil look throagh omr lmmfim atwk.
Mill street, Seattle. W. T.
'ubiiiii 1 Hill Buildini Lots
$l5O per Lot.
Payments may be made on time on a 5 per cent, cash
discount will be allowed.
FOR HALE UY
H. W. BAKER,
6Q4i Front Street.
or THE BEHT yt'AUTV
Toa can boy the maat of, for the least money, at
O- W. Lynrrh & Co's,
117 Commercial Street, Seattle,
IOWHAN &HANFOED S. P. CO..
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