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REAL ESTATE RECORD.
iMngaetions for the Year Reich
Nearly »15,000,(KM).
*^ rta elpally I.<>w-Priced M
deaee Frwparty-Tka List
la Detail
e«iiMCtioß» In real eaute alnce Janaary
.JJH IRE 1HJJ76.467.06.
*k.'w«tk the Pfe T,OM week .
JTbeea marke<i by nuiaeroM «le*.
®^., r ,0, priced reildraca Ma, evidently
SihtbT "t c *®'keta for home.. There
E 00 noteworthy tingle traniactlon
H ihe real eatate buiineaa may be «et
a> bein3 *» trade In lugar
of to" .
yiei*w> jjo. Deeds. Amount.
- j.. Nov 19 20 * 2MP* 79
*ov. 21. n «102«
2*slrko" 22 » «
Nov 23 M 17-«2 00
Efrdiy Nor- 24 J7 6«.701 »
Tattl 142 3218,310 79
followins Is tbe list In detail for the
T( ck ss fnmlsbed by Wood A Osborn, ah
mwMor.af «tl».
MOHDAT. MOVEMBER 19.
n Ktorrt to Anns Fay,lo»a 1 toC inclusive.
U P'« Surthprn add. 11200.
i v B R. Co. to Ci. F. CoUrill, lot 4, sec.
,L Ja, r61.,»1<M2-
a Abernathy to 11. I arson.
£ gjewett to F. Smith, lot 6, blk I*l, Den
%*!? JOB* N '°Mataon, lot 12, blk »,
B fPJ D E. A. MrKentie et al,
tutt. Wk Eastern add.. *Vfl.
D T. Denny to H. P. Walton,, n W M 3,
hlack46 D T. Denny's third add, S4OO.
r C Cslkins to W. A. Peters, trnstee.
ures I an 4 !,, tract :!5. Maple add, aad
is«re« In " % ne V* of nw x/ *- •* 6 - X P
Su r4r. ti'OO
0. M- Bowman to C. H. Pells, lota 1 and 2,
Kjork t Qneeti Anne add, |2OO.
Halted States to J. N. Conua. lots 3 and 4,
• Unlse sec 18. tp 21 n. r 4e, $3»2 Hi.
IT. Wsndell to II White, se %of sw 'i,
ur : i TO n. r4 e, s'^ooo.
j B Whit'* to 11. White, lota Z and 4,
kiork 15, Burke's second add. 1 10, block 16,
Wwrf't supplemental add, S2OOO.
Anas White to 11. White. 20 acres In lot 1,
■r 11 to at n, r 4 e, 3'WOO
j, H, WhlU! to II White, a of ne%, aec
!L TO 21 D, r 4 e.
D NBsxter to H White, lota Ito 4; 17
teM blk 6; lots.', to 16 iaclnslve, blk 3; lots
tto 12 Inclusive, hlk 2, and part of Morton
street; all in 2nd Motor Line add., 12000.
H. White to T. Rognar, lot 4», blk 9,
white i Manning's add., 3100.
H White to J. Jours, lots 15,14, blk 8,
White A Manning's ad<l,»2M.
B. White to W. Williacsou. lota 7, 8, blk
3.Wbit« A Manning's add., SBSO.
H White to Anderson, lots 9, 10, blk 3,
White 4 Manning's add., $360.
H. White to 0. Arkerman, lot 32, blk 3,
White A Manning's a'l'l, $175.
H. White, to 0. Gilliertson, lot 31, blk 3,
White & Matinitig's add.. $175.
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 20.
C.B. Wadlelgh to H. 8. Wever, lot 4, blk.
B. Robinson's add., 92M).
Tho» Webb to A. Wilton, GO ft. off west
ride lots 6 ati'l 6 D. T. Denny's Park add.,
moo.
W. 8. Freeman to W. T. Plllman, aoeth 20
ft. lot 7 aud nor h2O ft lotß, blk. 32, second
sdd. of heirs of H. A. Bell, 91900
A White to M. Anderson, s I A of sw
RWofnw % sec », tp 23, r 4 e, i'-tfO.
M McTeign to W. C. Ja< kson, part of lot 5
sod fi. blk 14.8. A. Bell's add.. 9700.
C. C. Calkins to W. J. Williams, lot 1 to 6
included. in aero No. 2, tr W, Maple add.
toO Lake Circle. 9260.
W J Williams to James Petiose. und
Gf lot Ito 6 iucludcd. In acre No. 2, tr 18,
Msnlf add. to (i Lake Circle, 9125.
West 8. L. Co. to M 11. C. Jones, lot 19 and
ft, blk 12. lot 20 and 21, blk 13. West Seattle
lit plat, 913000.
West 8. L. Co. to A. A. Nickemon, lot 12
lo 16 included, blk 1, West Seattle Ist plat.
£OOO
L n. Griffith to J. Pont, lot 10. blk 20,
Sad*' A Kright's add . |*»00
J. H. Reiigstorff to H. O. Htriegel, lot 9,
blk y, RengstorfT't add., %*O.
H. White to Kliso Magnus, lot 14, blk 3,
White A Manning's add. to West Seattle.
112?..
H. White to Olaf Urines*, lot 18, blk 8,
White A Manning's udd. to West Seattle.
m&.
H. D. toH. Danxeigerand II Hersh
berg, und of hits 2,8 and 4, sec 30, lots 1
aud 2 in sec 81, twp'M u, r * e, 92200.
J Collins to K. K. Hunt, lots 6 to 10, blk
31. Collius' add., 9«<oo
V. SsndrM to J. Cain aud M. Hunt, 40 sq
fOds in se"i sec 28. t wj. 24. r 6 e, 975.
West H. L. «V 1 Co. to K, Anthroiv, lot 9,
blk IS, lit Plat West Seattle 9130*.
Weit S. 1.. A I. Co. to M. elerccus, lot 10,
blk IM, Ist Plat West Seattle, 9l'<oo
H. White to J. Doohan, lots 11 and 12,
blk 8, White A Manning's add to West
Seattle, 9350.
If. IfcDouaid to W. If. Harris, lot 4, blk
57. Heirs 8. A Bell's add . 967 ft
H While to I' J. Maloney and O. J.
Campbell. lot 44, blk ft, White A Manning's
add to Wtft Seattle, $125.
H White to A. Hanson and 11. K nndson.
lot*s to 3, incl White A Manning's add to
Went Seattle, I*oo.
K Hleweti to P. Hedley, lot M. blk W,
Denny A Ro)t'a add . SIOO.
E Blcwett to Q. H bborey, lot 11, blk 29,
Denny A Hoyi'* add ,1100.
P A. McDonald to (i. Fowler, lot ft, blk
10, Mercer'* add to North Seattle, flof<o.
C II Baker to F W Mnith, lot 6, blk 1,
Pslstiue Hall add , f lf>o
- H (irifflth to J. Bruce, lot 7, blk 24,
Gmpton'a rirfkt add., fi.oo.
A. H. Bchnudy to 8 Kumpf, lot 3, blk SO,
Denny's Hark add , |7.'«o.
«KI>NI*DAY, NOVIMngR JL
Chautauqua a<h> mbly to I. Malflaml lot
16. blk 12, Chat Hrarh.
W. l.li'wt'!l>ii tot'. K. Wuhtman, lot 12.
blk 4, Burkf'a add to Kcattlr, IHB
W. J. Coffnian to O. raaacli, lot 10 and
a", lot 11, btk 11, Rirll'a tlth, 17.V).
H. White to J Chri.Unarn. n', w'iU 1 ,
•1 owV arc v, tp ;3, n range 4 a. 1250.
O.J. Mrwart to C. HHanford. lot*, blk
16. Helra' H. A. Bell, aecond add , 11.
N M. Chcaatv, to J, M tang, K. M. A
V«at«l, lota s.!), and 10, blk ». Col Una' add
lo Stattl,-. 111*10
E. Klcwrtt to IV (ie«ke, lot 6, blk 2:1, IVu
«7* lluyt'a add 1100
P. rrtsrll to S. chtlbert lot 10, blk 25,
Pontln,' Srd udd
* H. Rrevt-a to M. (>. Crlatmau, lot 3,
•M ' tp 22. II range 3, e., 23 Ml acre*. |S.'I2.
J Forth toe C Robbin., lot 5, blk 13, In
Colon add. Jsoo.
0 W Vane, to J Cameron, lot 4. blk 2,
Mnaniaiu View »<M ,
JP. Hoyt to K. <;. Faeitre, a l ,' of ua l ; of
••/.ofe 1 ., aeo 13. tp 24, n range S.e.. jiiOO.
M Whit, to J llntler, lot ;7, blk H, Wblte
* Manning. „)d t,. M ( at m-attle, lIOU
u H ttrlffiih to J Compton, low 4, S, 6, 7,
Janit», blk », lot. t. 2, 3, to. u and 12, blk
».lolM and 2, blk 20, In Kde« A King >
Md al«o lota 7. S, 9, 10 and 11, blk 3, lota V.
10.11 and 12, blk lota 7. K and 9. blk »
•M tilcro* Compton'a Kirat
,T * r lm \" to J t Milbam,lot 20 anal 21,
11. m" 11 ■ > l "üb,
' I llojt tu U. kt Roman, n Uof a l ,
n u * '«■ l'- tp •-'« n, t3 e, IMJOO
Bom an to V lltimith and K l>
MT"roli" "" ' rr l ' l, ,p;4
aiST-" 10 ( '« rlK '". nw \of>» >,
4 * cc tp2 * > n ' r 4 o * ,oTe
Vt Lawrence, lot 3. block
T.Denny'a flrat add to N. Seattle.
To Marco. 10 aerra In a«o
aTru? r1 '■ *"' l aec I*. tp 24 n. of r 4
t \ Kelly, » >J lota 3 and
9gj| * 57 of Msyuar<i n plat of Seattle,
P I 1 Hlack.n of w
»a tip v* nw '' °' I,n "• •<•>' *P
to C. H ltlack. lot. 3 and 4.
"J-' -t'24n. Mr. noun
•aiwiu^'iS 1 ' " »»•<■*■ M« acre, in
Ugp i. u M. t olkn s donation claim.
w II a
"• t. k«r TV'V ''' " M», :*«.!?. lot* «
MIS frl J ?. >''k U, lot* 4 to».
101 l ' *' U , ou *l '«'• 10. 11 *ml U. Mk
"Xii tlik~ w U i e> V P p '*' uf l,:k lou " 8
TjJ; '<*•i«. ii »uj is, tit u.t.
fcoi sl'.Si' 5 , ' w *i«-ii »«<i i.. iik <».
•"•niolili KiJ'in ,'«"» 7 * " nd ». Wk t*.
s*Sftto4o. '? !< "« Ii" » ln. l.wlVe, »n,l
l,lk 7 '• ! » ' 1 106 in
£?« .'"J® h k 7,i lo '* l to
feft.QQo ' * n ®urkc ■ second add..
42te r i:^. uorw ' ,0,9> ' wk
W i'rrirkioti. <■ofi*> v
"p'»Mwl 4 °' ~ c «• »» ••
'' H iMdcrbMk.
"•Urni'iV' 10 T . * o<l K K.-wh. lot >, Mk
S"'» * \ 'i",! " A "ell »«, coml tail
* * H* ' « . k>« ». Mk 11,
8 *7. V *"' *•
>»U i •miss. hlk
fS"! t*> '.J 1 *'i ol nw l -, »n<l
eM , j l s f c 1«. Ip SS n, r«urc 6 t.
i» *ud x>.
ftjlk 3 '■ B*»i«r»on, loU 17 owl
lb. * h 'te * lUnm,,,, W
'."w '£.* ird - lot ®- White
JLng'" IUS.
uett«—d r. n whit.-,
Wh;W A XII-
H. White to L. Weber, krt3t.Uk! Whita
* Miami** . W. Seattle, »UV
H. White to K. O rupt. Ml S aad K.
blk 3. White A Manning's add. to W. Seat
tic. s9s.
B. White to A. O. «Jnn, lot 3, blk »
White A Manning's aM. to W. tattle,Sl*
- w.^ i r ,^ lh *° K v Aakeaey, Ma • asd
7. blk ft. Cosaacna s lit, tUM.
w "* a S? t & li°** * Improvement COM
Kj to W. H. Ewlug Ma U and 14, blk IS
m Weat Beattle*i7W>.
E. BleweU to C. B Kiahl, lot 4, blk Jl,
Denny A Hoyt's add
, ?~ 8 , Kl ?f W *• B Sln *. Ma Ito 7. blk
1. let plat w eat Seattle
d. C Phinney to D loon, blk 1», Wcad
land add. to .Salmon Bay City. MM.
H. Baiter to G. C. phinaey. andlrlded
Wk 15, C. D. BorauVplLafadT
~H „ B " ^r ° c Phinoay. lots 5.«, ♦,
10. 11, blk 1. Home add . Ml
H Baxter UjO. c. Phlaney. lots 4to S
lnelasive. blk 17. Woodland add to Sal
man Bay City, 34840
D. Jones to D. Ferraaon. all of Black
mar s "npplcraeutal plat, blks 4. », 11 and
13, Woodland add .to Salmon Bayt'lty, aad
4 H,acre* to *»c 4, tp 24 n. r 4 e, S.OOO
*Blew.tt to" J Wright, total. 1.3,
blk 30. Denny A Moyt's ad<f. t*X>.
P. M. Jones to J. Archer, M 13. blk 35,
Oilman s add.. |m.
PSIDAT, HOVEMREE 23.
" Baker to I. Christiansen, tract No.
L«af ad. to Ureen Lake Circle,
1- Elliott to J. Elliott, lota 3 aad 4, blk 7.
Rangstorffsad., »2xo
P. Dean to A. Boatz, loU I aad 2. blk 1,
Dean's ad . SIOOO.
A. Mackiatoab t»S. A Murray, n of nw
|"« V* of nw %. sec. 25, tp 34 n, r 3 e.
. A- Wold to J. Hall worth, lota 2 and 3,
blk 1 town of Eagle wood. $l5O.
J. Hallwortb to T. Fltxgerald. M 2. blk 1.
towa af Eaglawoo<l, SUBu
i T. Fltxgerald to O. K. Da*la. M 2, blk 1,
town of Englewood, $276
O. E. Da*is to M. Barringer, M 2. blk L
towa of Englewood. sl.
A. A. Almond to P. U. Von Roaaa, lota 4,
5 and 6. blk 23. heirs Sarah A. Bell's second
ad., SI6OO.
J. J. Post to G. Overton, lot 5, blk 7, Bar
ter's ad, $250.
West Seattle L. A I. Co. to E. Ellis, lots 28
and 21. blk 7, first plat of West Seattle. |6OO
P E. Hander to if. White, w U of sw y. of
nw % of seW. aec. 13, tp n, r 3 e. Kttoo.
P. E. Sander to V. Smith, lot 4, blk 61,
Yealer's 2d add. $l5O.
T. J. Carle to O. C Bartlett. lota II and 12
of T. J. Carle's supplemental plat, blk Bof
D T Denny's 2d add, SI2OO.
P. 11 an ford to P. Handera, blk 49, Law's
2d add, sl.
R Newman to D. Ferguson, lota 16 and
17. blk 8 of Jaekson street add. SIO6O.
11. J White to J. P. Whitehead, lota 1 and
2, blk 19. Kldd's add. SI2OO. • I
11. White to D. C. Wilson, lota 25 and 26,
blk 9, White A Manning's add to city of
Seattle. S2OO.
West battle Land dt Improvement Com
pany to H. M. King, lota 11 and 12, blk 20,
first plat of West Seattle by West Seattle
land & Improvement Company, S2BOO.
F. O'Koke te Mra. M J. Saott, a 42 ft of
lot 5, and a 12 ft of lot 4 of blk 8 of L'alou
add. SI2OO.
I. D. Patrick to R N MeFadden. na'i
sec 34. tp 23 n. r 7 e, S4OO.
D. T. Munson to C. X. Robinson, lot 10.
blk f. New Welfrcd add, S3OO.
SATCEDAY HOT. 24.
Mcchauict' Store Co. by M. Korn to J.
Purtb, 70 leet on Mill by fiO feet on Second
of lot 8, blk \ of May wood's plat, fcooo.
A. Uglow to D- Ferguson, lota 1.2. 3 and
4, blk :i'i, A. A. Denny's add. to Bell A
Dennya', 910,000.
A. J. Anderson to D Ferguson, lot 8, blk
33. A. A. Denny's add. to Bell A Denny's,
92700.
D. T. Denny to M. DeVoe. lots 10 and 11,
blk 46, D. T. Denny's 3d add. to North Beat
tlo. 9JOOO
XV. White to Audrew Johnson, lot 15, blk
1. White A Manning's add. to West Seattle.
9300
H. White to A. Bwansen, lot 14, blk 1,
White A Manning's add. to West Seattle,
9300.
W V. Hinehart to J. W M Gee, blk 28
and lots 1 and 12, blk B*. Lake Union add.
to ttcattle, 97:h).
J K AO. W. Adason to W F. Ekler and
J. W Whitehead, loUC and 7, blk 7, Com
tLock's add , 91400.
J W Law to S. Austin, loti IS, 16, blk 20,
Law's add. to Seattle, 91 f »
P. Harrison to (J. S. Dudley, lot 4, blk 9,
Chautauqua Beach. 9L'io.
H White to D Keinhart, lets 47, 4*. blk 7,
White A Manning's add to West Seattle,
9.7'.,
ll.White to P. Myhee. lot 30. blk 9, White
A Manning's add. to West Seattle. IIOn
II White to M Isaacs, lot 29, blk 9, White
A Manning's add. to West Seattle, 9100
II White to J. Butler, lot 28. blk 9, White
A Manning s add. to West Seattle, 9100.
11. White to M. Jixies, lotlft, 'A», 27, blk I,
White A Manning's add. to West Seattle,
9900.
II White to F. Wahn. lots 4>. 4«., blk 7,
White >:.auing's add. to Weat Seattle,
930 J.
A. A. Bell to Front Street Cable Const ruc
tion Co.. lots 10, 11, 12, blk G, W. N. Bell's
fourth add . 97j00
J. T. Deßolt to J I>eddy, lot 11, blk 41,
D T Denny's third add. to North Seattle.
t^OO
J. S. Maggs to II Matthieaen, lot 19, blk 1,
Ha/eiwood add. Supplemeittal, 9^o
H J Dearlioru to M Phillips, lotsl to 10.
incl., blk 1, Cable Line add. to citv of
Seattle. 91 **>
V. il Smith, K. D. Russell and W. I-
Russell, lots 4 and \ blk 1, Southern Pa
ciflc add. to West Seattle, 9iKß>
I. W. Buzby to K. Knioe, lots 9 and 12,
1)1 k 21, A A. Dtuy'S add .1. ,000
U. 8. to 11. Townaend, aec 10, tp JO,
o, range 7 e., |4oo. „
J. Furtb to 0. C. Robbins, lot ft, blk 13,
Union add to Heattle, S6OO.
J Daugan to A. Anderson, lots 6,7,*, and
9, blk 4f», Bigelow's add., S3OO.
P. Jones to W. N. Cha*>e. lota 19 and 20,
blk 10, Blackmar s sup. plat, of blka 7,10.11,
and 15, Woodland add , SIOO.
W. A. Olbsou to J. Brown, lot 3. blk 1,
Robiuaon'a add , 9150.
TRADE AND FINANCE.
Skattlc. NOV. 24.
Poultry prices are atil 1 advancing. Live
turkeya arc now quoted at lrt(e92oc i*er lb.
dreused. '2l*c. About soo lb«. live were
brought in tonlar, aomeof them very large
and lu prime coudltion. Kile A Ruaaell
will receive a heavy ahipmcntof live, fresh
atock Tuesday. Chickens have also in
-1 < reased in value. We now quote 9'*<*> per
J do*. Hagar has a<lvanced ',c since yester
day. rauued totnatoca command higher
prloM and are now qaoted at
91 '2O per dot. 2 lb. cans.
The market is bare of clear aide mt-a'a
t.'raln and hay arrivals are large. 1200
sat k* of oata and 21 tons of hay arc iu
ciudfd ainoug to-day'a receipts. The
steamer Walla Walla took out 12,000 sacba
of oats for the t*au Francisco market thia
morning and waa expected to take is.ooo,
but limited tiuitf would uot permit the
loading Nine carload* of hops will go
out on Sunday a train, C 33 bales lu all. MO
of which are for through shipmeut to Ix>n-1
don.and 73 to New York.
M KftC BAN DISK AND PRODIVK RE
CKlPT9—Duiing the last -M hours the
merchandise and produce receipts at this
port have * been as follow* Puget:
bound Shore road 246 tons Seattle, Lake j
Shore A Eastern railway. 41* tons Steam
era- Henry Bailey 82 tons; llun
roe 4o tons. Quincv I ton. Fauny
i.ake M tons: Fllza Anderson 17
tons. Total receipts **o4 t«>ns. Among the
receipts were 1300 sacka oata, 21 tons hay.
M, tona potaUH's. 112 bom apples. lOboxea
prunes, 4S bt»xes t*ears. 'Jri6 aarka t»arley,
JW. sacks tlour, 10 crates bacon. 10 *a< ka
carrot*, ft t>ox» s chickens. W0 ponnda tur
keys, 60 kegs and 230 ca*e* glu
cose, 500 cases canned oysters, 10
barrel* and 20 cases liquor, butts and 9
ca«es tobact\>, 2 caaes cigars, casea pat
ent medic{/»e. 9 biiudle* hide*. I bundle
pel*s. 3 horses, 1 mule, 2ft head cattle, 120
head ho**. 50,000 feet lumber.
SIIU'MKNrs During the la«t 24 hours
goods and merchandise have been shipped
from Seattle to the surrounding country as
follows i'uiret S'und Shore n»ad 19 ton*.
( olu » bla aud Tuget S<»uud rallr«»ad 13 tons.
Seattle. l ake Shore and KasU-ru railway it*
tons, steamers--Walla Walla *fto ton*,
Huuroe ton. Henry Hailey | . i ton. Qutncy
ton. Klisa Anderson 0 tons. Premier I
ton, Grace2tons. Mountaineerß to ns. Aa ;
gusts 2 tons. I,elf Rrlekaeu 3 t«>ns. success (
2 tons. Total shipments. *30 l ) tons.
MAIiKKIH HV TKI.KIIR A I'H
(•'Alt FSAKCIKO tiniv
Fn*Ptli«rp. Nov 'JI Wheat The
too? of the market t* not »o »'r«>t}ir Bhip
persare domic lilUe la the wa» of huTliik::
m«>vt-n cm >lo« ; \ja»»r«bl»* tl 1\<&1 .V»' 4
Barlev Mark ft nut no firm. No. 1 feed
CM not b* abort QUe.
v>a?* Vlnrkrt .jairt at about the tame
quotations; 4000«*tlt i>rvsroo arrived to-dav
l!o|u. - The market ha« a*"", raed a dall
(tar*, with do etn-oura£iuc fratara to note.
Qwotatiou* uominal at old rater
Potatoes —Tha trade it of good propor
tiou*. hut reoetptf are larre JOOO hn«hr!«
(»recou arrived today Peer!ear «>«*"or
Barbauk ►eedltnc*. ftSi .all JD (larnel
Chl'l. (VV4T.W.. Early Roar, M^4noc.
Kuttrr—Prloea of Inner brand* are weiJ
tnainrained falrtocholoe,
26(*vV
Eff* »bow a declloinf tendeocv. Cali
fornia rant h. 4.' »tore lot*. MX4¥)C.
Chartervd -Hcury Huck. coal. Seattle to
?an Ptasciaea
NKa \OKK FTOC* KBVIBW
N'tw YORK. NOV. .4—The preliminary
airreemaut rearbed vesterday, whtch prac
tically the Sontbweatero rate war was
the occasion of an unuvaally strong open
lng this morntuf, the temper of the room
being decidedly bullish, with considerable
Icreifn buying Tbete was considerable
SEATTLE POST-INTELLIGENCER. SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 25, M
realj»lp> later, which broke the price, bat
|?,*g t V re ? > yq •»! the market eloaed
aetiTe and steady to Aral at imcalar
rhaoaeafar the day, which wer> about
eaaaily dlTided between plu and loaHa
of fractions oaly.
Gowamanta dali and steady to irm.
io ™
nntinsi tn iiatmß.
. Yoaa. No*. 24.— Mosey on ralLeaa-
Jjf at 5; eloeed offered Ik Prime mercaa
file paper «4er!fng exchange dall
"% E&ER* ,NR B!11 *-
MM.
4 '-*» 'eoupon i 128 Pacific «'s m
rocii
Centtml Pacific.. »*, Fargo Expreea 137
Bariiwm 109 | Weatera Hnlon. s*»*
LV * Am Expreas... U2
N P. Preferred Can Southern 52S
Northwestern 11 Of-. Del. A Lacks t&i
N. V. C entral lOT- . Erie 3SK
Navigation. »i Lake Shorn wC2
Tmnacoutial. » L. A Naahrille »£
PaeltteMail 17 Mich. Central M',-4
Rock Island IW. Kana A Texas 13
St Lon;s A ran Oreaou Impr'v
Fraaclaco 26 Reading . 4*2
St. Paal A Oma. 24 )9t Paal UU
Texas Pacific 22<;;C. 8. Express 71
Colon Pacific £2"» j
XEW Toaa UTARIIISHU natir.
NEW YORK. Nor. 24.-Hopa~Dull and
weak.
Coffee —'lptions weak; sales, .V;, 000 hags.
| No* . sl4 15. Dec., 11.1 90(414 35; Jan , sl3 95
«14 25 reb. aad March. sl4uSl4 25. Spot
Rio depressed and quiet; fair cargoes,
laj^c,
sagar—Raw qaiet and firm; refined
j steady aad quiet.
I Copper-Spot weaker: future* firmer:
' lake. No*.. *l7 35.
j Lead— ball; domestic, l:i 60.
Tin—Quiet and barelv steadv; Straits.
$2240.
cmraso raonccg MARKET
CHICAGO. No*. 24 Wheat closed steady;
cash and Dec, 1105: Jan. 11 04' i; May,
fl
Cora—Ea»j; ca»h, 'JU\yr.: Dec, 3SV;c; Mav,
» i iec.
Oat»—Eauicr: ca»h Dec. 3'gC, May,
S&'jC.
Barley—Nothlna doing.
Pork—Stead*; caih and Dec, 114 47U;
Jan. »14 52« i; May, |l4 *O.
La-d—Firm, caab,*«SO; Dec, JH !i2'4: Jan.
2 May, $8 40.
CHICAGO LIVE rroCK MARKET.
c nicaoo. No*. 24.—Cattle Receipt!,
9000; rteady; choice beevea. (.V<ts 60; uteeni.
$3 '-.V<t4 7ft; itocker* and fv<-der*. |2f(t
S 20; Ti.'za» cattle. II ISOS 10; weatcrn -an
ger*. 32 50.
Hog»—K«rcetpt». 8000; >trong and V4loc
higher: mixed. 35 -Vir.. 50; heavy, itfa
5 ft; light. I", :«*».•. SO.
Bbaap Racelpn. 3000: dull and lower;
native*, 3X"»4 ««: wc«terni. T3«3 80; Tex
aa!. I- ;«n;i 20.
LITCBrOOL ORAIS MARKET
IAVERCKJL. Nov 24. Wheat—Easier;
holders offer freely: California No. J, Sa
2> % Mhm 3d per cental.
Cora—Qni-t bat «ieady.
'«•}
s.s.s.
Peek's Mnx, Texas, Jane 30. IBSB~The
Swift bprriAc Company, Atlanta. Ga.—Oen
tiemen : Um of my children was troubled
wlib rheumatism aud bolls for about two
years. We gave Iter various kinds of m«di
cio*. but wttnout profit, and began to despair
of curing bar at aIL I waa persuaded to try
your Bwtit's 6p<ciflc. After she had tased
several bottles the diseases all disaDPeared,
and .hi» is now a hale, heertv and healthy
girl twelve yean oM. Another child has
Jaat heroine afflicted In the same way. and I
am using the a. S. S. and anticipate a prompt
and permanent cure. K. C. W amuses.
Rim Hiix, MO, July 7, IMB-The Swift
Specific Co.. Atlanta, Ou.—Gentlemen: Our
tittle gtii when but three weeks old broke
out wtih eeaeina. We tried the prescription*
from several Kood doctors, but without any
special benefit We tried 8. 8. 8 , and by th<?
time oae hot le was gone her head began to
heal. and by the time she had taken six
bottles she was completelv cured. Now st.o
has a full and heavy bead of bair~e robu*l,
b -arty child. 1 feel It but my duty to maLo
t .ls statement. Respectfully, H. T. buoa*.
Tcts, Jane 27. lWi—The
Swift Specific Co., Atlanta. Ga.—Gentleroe-u:
In WHS I controlled blood poison, and at ouce
nought a physician, who treated me for sev
eral month* By his advice 1 went to Crab
Crr-bard Springs, Kv„ where his course of
treatment waa earefully observed. I ht»v
ered. as I thought, but th«i next spring pim
idee began to appeur on my face and body.
Tftese gradually increased to sores aud run
ning ulcers. I was advised to try S. S. S., and
Immediately after takln* It I commenced to
Improve, slowly at first, but more rapidly
afterwards, and soon nothing remained t«»
Ml of my tr->ubia. My biuod Is now thor
ought y cleansed, end my s>stcm free from
taint, and I owe my present condition—-a
perfect cure—to jour medicine 1 cheerfully
give this statement that others who have
Sallured a* 1 have may reap thu same benefit.
liAKi>Y M. Be st. it West Mnth at.
Romra. LA., May 3LW-Tbe Swift SperMc
Co., Atlanta, lla.- Gentlemen : About two
{cars eg » my general health gave way en
lrely. 1 was so debilitated that 1 alao-t
d««Hik.tlred of ever feeling well agatn. All
that lite physicians d me for me brought i.o
jH rrnaut't relief. Friends Instated that I
should give ML 8. S. a fair trial, although I
thought It would Ix 9 throwing away monf l "
After taking a thorough course, my healili
a.ul strength returne«i. and I must aay that
8. S. n. al >ne cured me, as I discarded ail
other* while using It. As a tonic I can moat
heartily wcmimfii It; for general debility.
It certainly Is a specific. W. r. Bjuxxits. J P.
noMKB. La.—l know Mr. W. F Bridge*, and
will say that hia»taugment Is correct.
SH*LTOB. Drought.
Treattse on Blood aad Skin mallei
free. Tnr Swift Sracurtc Co., Drawer 3,
Atlanta. Ua.
S. BAXTER & CO.
Offer (or u!e In lota to ault
XOO Sack* Early Rose Potato#*.
1000 Saoka Paerlaaa Potatoes.
3GO Saoka Bur bank Potatooa.
lUO Toaa Timothy Hay.
lUO Toaa Tlmotky aad Clover Hay
100 Toaa Eastern Waahington
Wild Hay. AO Toaa Wheat.
2 Cars Braa aad Shorta. mixed.
20 ton Oroaad aad Rolled Barley
Spokane Mills Extra Floor.
Ellenabnrgh Mllla Extra Floar.
fcOOO Saoka Choice Washington
Oate.
FOR SALE.
>TKW SIX-ROoM HOUSE NEAROABM
I li«*e. 9loiO.
New five room house with three cleared
lots, 91100.
A beautiful new seven room cottage,
near Tenth aud Howell street*. ££ooo.
Possession given immediately.
HKkS P DANIEL*.
Room 3, Starr block.
J. COMPTON,
LAND COMMISSIONER OF
KIRKLAND LAND CO,
JameH St.,opposite Orcidea-
U1 Hotel. Seattle, W.T.
THANKSGIVING CONTRIBU
TIONS.
' A KB RH>r» TFt'LLT
V ' »o!t. ited by the I adies' Ralirf Society
fnr the p.«oraiid needy and for the Chit
drens' Hom« *uppiie« af anv kind will ha
r*f»i*a«> 1 *\ th - Ileal Ka'a'e Kxchaace
rooms. Bu'Jcr balding. at» io and ine ad
inf That:k•inviue i>s* rsraifrs' produce
will be thaukfu'ly received Oflters from
the aeeeral e*»ai rt»iaf»aniee 'a rontrlbata
fuel will also h-» gratefully acknowledged.
roßt'ibltd't will p case attach their eards
to thatr coutnba'.iaas
Fred E. Sander
DIAI.RR IS
SEAL ESTATE
I,MIL SEITRITIES.
03TFXCBI,
Corner Mill iwl C«M«Ht«I IM.
Pint-Claa Pnrate Boanliu
COR. MARION Aire FR*I*T
BU. «TW Drmg Mora. BMrd fcy ter.
or moatk *T»
Homes in Holmes'
ADDITION.
On account of the failure of the MILL STREET CABLE ROAD to ran the past
week we deferred the opening of the sale of the 50 LOTS IN H. E.
HOLMES' ADDITION on the Mill Street Cable Line, over
looking Lake Washington, until
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 29th.
WE NOW HAVE OUR
BRANCH OFFICE AND OBSERVATORY ON THE GROONDS,
And yon can select your lots while enjoying the magnificent scenery of
MOUNT RAINIER,
MOUNT BAKER,
THE CASCADE RANGE,
THE OLYMPIAN RANGE,
LAKE WASHINGTON,
AND THE SOUND.
Remember, we will only offer 50 lots at present prices, and prices will then
advance 25 to 50 per cent. Come early Monday morning if yon desire to make
a choice selection before the best bargains are gone.
ZBODVLAJST &> ROCHESTER,
For MAN! v For BEAST!
A <?*,
A Mustang Liniment
,W|L >. (Vr ,
vfty olu sjjuj - *-***» s«w a-* <ji n/ujuunS
NS&V /ss&y
V
iUWeifrdAw
NOT FOR SALE.
ON THE CONTRARY, OCTt IXSCRANCE AGENCY BUSINESS WAS NEVER MORI
•atitfartory It has constantly kept pare with the growth and prosperity of Seattle
and the pro* pert* for the fa Hue were uerer brighter. We represent eleven tnntranc*
companies, among which may be foand the oldest ao.l brat is the world. We conim
oarseWcs to a legitimate insurance basinesa exrlasirely, girlag that alone ear atrlri
persona! attention We hare recently added to oar list the London Assurance, with ■
capital of SLVOOO.OM Thin is the oldest lmaraace company in the world.
Partlei requiring insarance, either Pire, Marine, life or Aretdent, wIU And It ta their
advantage to call on aa at oar offlea In the Faaein baiMing, Front street. Next I
JAMES A. CAREY & CO.
HsTS"CTR-A-35TCE I
Always Ahead.
W. R. GALLAGHER,
Qurcemnr to Alfred Sir<ler,
The omlT urnt for the celebrated W F iiftt Creamery Better, which haa BO eqaaL
A Leo the Cantor*!* Qmlto Oil, the only pure sai«d oil that i» —id.
B««ides my larjre stork of «tapir«, I hare a large and varied aseortmeat of fancy
groceries, and sell at bedrock for cash, and will not be aadersotd.
Before purchasing elsewhere eve me a call and tend for priee list. Small profits
and qaick aalea
W. K. GALLAGHEK.
OreMr ui Med Marrhmat. 7oa Froat itrMt. Snttlt, W. T.
Z. C. MILE S,
lIMtTMoiTPARLOTTNJ uTtTOTES.
(Man lro« the COM try aoEdtad a»J aatufaecioa puwaattad.
Oira ma • call and look throask omr lmmanae atook*
Mill Hml ftaattW. W. *.
Rooms 1 and 2, Poncin Block, 707 1-2 Front Street.
(COLOR UNDER THE GLAZE)
A NEW PATTERN OF
Se mi-1 'orcelain,
FOE BAI.E BY THE DOZEN, PIECE OR SET, BY
N. OtnLltoerg <& Son. «u<.
713 »ii<l TIB FRONT ST.
Ratine 11 Building Lots
$l5O per Lot.
Payments may be made on time on a 5 per cent, cash
discount will be allowed.
FOR HALE BY
M. W. BAKER,
604ri Front Street.
ARE YOU TIRED OF LIVING V
IF NOT THROW AWAY THOSE LIGHTSOLED SHOIM THAT
LEAK AND MAKE YOUR FFCET DAM!* THIS WEATHER.
LAY A'IDE THOSE UNHEALTHY RUBBERS AND GO TO
YOUR SHTMI DEALER FOR CAHN. NKKELJJBURG & Co.'S
CELEBRATED
Kicftfci»#i/RG\C6
I S. tQ^jP* lsl
•'VfOQOStoHMJ NVS
EVERY PAIR GUARANTIED. THESE SHOES ARE MADE
WITH HEAVY CREP.DMORE BOTTOMS AND THE FINEST
FRENCH CALF UPPERS, AND I*>( BLE FASTENED. BOTH
SEWED AND SCREWED. FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS IN
SEATTLE AND EVERYWHERE. MANUFACTURED BY
OAHN, NICKELSBURG & CO.,
SAN" FRANCISCO.
FKAIVIv AHOINHON, Salewman.
rowefr Rooms 67-68, Yeiler Block. Seattle.
MANUFACTURERS UP THE CELEBRATED FOB EST KINO LOGGING SHOE 1
L. K. Gr. SMITH,
IMPORTER AN® JOBBER OF
Clgin u4 TttaetM, leervius (m4i. Pipes, Citlwj- SUtleiery, Ht
Mill atr««t, f««lfr-U»ry Boildlmf, Haattle, W.
§ole Menu for the PTar de Madrid Key West Oiiart.
OoLkett <Sc MoCallum,
Bucce*»ora to Peterson Bro» Importer- and Dealer* in
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Orders by Mail Solicited.
•14 FRONT STREET. »©* " 4 -
QEOROK O BLAXR,
ATTORNEY AT LAW—BOOMS » a*» M
Cml«« Black. *art>. Vah.
Special atteatiao Corporation. land aad
maritime -iw.
i. ■- cunnt. c. >. riTTtuo*.
P»tt*rx>n At G1 KHffow.
A TTOBXBTB AND COrSSEIXOKS-AT
■f*- law. OB«. !» Jwn nwt oppo
site tie Occidental.
ISAAC M. H\lJ,
A TTORNEY AND COCNSBLLOR AT
fV Solicitor in Cfcaaeerr. rroetor la
*»< i Notary PabiV. RMB *,
,nu
I.J. UCUTKNHRKO
I***' at the PonouriTaaia Bar.'
COUNSELLOR AT LAW -ROOMS 1 TO
2, Taio» Block. Seattle
HKNKY H. lAHJMIB,
A TTORNEY AT UW-KKSIY BLOC*.
* V corner of Frost and Coiatabia ■•-rata.
Seattle.
K. K. NICHOLS,
i nXIRMVAT-U*. NORTH TACI
- ma, W. T.
KBKN SMITH.
\ TTORNEY AT LAW, C. 8. COMMS
i V tioner aad Sutarr Public. ptaa lands
and mid. PoatoSce k*i STJ, 8t»«-
WOOl) \ OSBOKNK,
A TTORNEYS AND COCXSELLOKB AT
V law Attention givt-a to iaud litiga
tion, '.and titles and probate matter* only.
Rooms e and ?, I'aion Block, Seattle.
RICH * Rl> vsnory. rarvrcH p. PT RR.
OUBOKN ,V DVKIi,
IAWYERS,
■d SEATTIJS, W T
Room* 17 and 18, Yesler Bo)Idlag, MtU
street. end of Commercial Take eleeator.
■AROLB raarron. RENRY HCSRIIM,
L a. cut.
Mcßride, C»rr 4t I'reaUin,
\TTORNETB ASI) COUNSELLORS AT
law. Offices at l.acoancr, Mount Ver
non and Seattle. Seattle office, Yesler-
Leary biot-k. JylTdw
DK. (jKO. A. UKICH,
OCULIST. AURIST. I.ARTNiiOHCOPWr,
havlu< returned from his trip to ttia
East aad Europe, will be pleased to rni-et
hi* former patrwns and other* 'Wiring hla
■errtcet. at bit former o®cv, in the Yealer-
Leaij Block. Seattle. W. T. Residence,cor
ner Ponrth and Marion. )yl7dw
Dlt. F'AN NIKH. All HO'IT.
HOMtEOPATHIST. FORMERLY OF U*J
Washington street, Boston, Massa
chusetts, give* (pedal attention to diseases
of women and children Thoss expecting
confinement or suffering from meustrnal
Irregularities should especially consult
her. t'alls answered day or night, <on
sultstion free. Treatment frco for thoas
aaabla to pay from * to 10 a. m. Wednes
days. Rooms. Kenay Block, Seattle.
UK. V. H. COK,
PHYSICIAN A BCROKOH, ROOM 17,
Colonial block, earner Second and
Colambla street*. OBce hoar* 10 to 11, 7
to 4 and night*. Telephone 13».
C. K. CASK, M. Xi.
ABDOMINAL STURGEON AND OYNB
eolaglst.
TACOMA, W. T.
DR. B. Q. JOHNSON,
PHYSICIAN AND BCROEON. ROOMS
W and SO, Yesler block. Mill street.
Residence, 91" Mill street, between Eighth
and Ninth street*. Telephone
DK. C*. BPITZY,
(Arnlemy of Tartu, 1*70.)
QPECIAUBT FOR CHEST. LUNG STOM
0 irh, liver and kidney discsst-*. epilepsy,
paraly*i*, gout, rhenmari*tn. svphitfs, se
cret diseases. Lost mauboo<l restored
without medidßN. Conmiltation in Eng
lish, German. Fr» nch ami iTaltas. Office l .
Po*t building. Mill *treet. room ft, second
floor Daily from 10 to 12 a m.. 2to4p. m.
DR. H. D. LONGAKKK,
RADUATE OF THE UNIVERSITY OF
T Pennsylvania, makes a specialty of
diseases of the eye, ear and throat Treats
private, chronic and skin dlaeasea Re
move* cancer, tumors and a leers without
pain or sue of tbe knife.
Office, corner Third and Cherry streets.
Honrs, ftm.tolp. m.
T. T. MIXOR, M. D. Q L. a. D4WSOK, M. ».
DRB. MIXOKA DAWHON
pHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
OFFICES IN OFSRA HOUSS SLOCK.
Telephone*. Office, No. 92; Dr. Minor's
residence. No. 83.
S. J. HOLM KH, M. D.
r>HYHICIAN AnIThTRGEON-OFFICE
1 Colonial block, Second and Columbia
streets.
Office Hours . 10 30 to 12 a. ra.; 2 to 4,
and 7t09 p. ». Telepboue No. I£J.
W. A. BHAKItOIf, M. D. J. SHANVON, M. D.
l)rt». Shannon Ac Hhunuon,
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS—OFFICE
Dltofl Moft, Vrm street, first floor,
upstairs, room 10. Office open at all hoara
UK. K. K. SHAW,
|>HYSICIAN AND SCROEON. OFFICE,
i Colonial block, corner Second an 4
Columbia streets. Residence, *l7 Third
street. Office hours, 9to 10 30am . 4to 6
and 7t09 p. n. Telephone ITL
B. Li SMITH, M. D. fl SUFVS WILLARD, M. D.
DKH.BMITH Ac WILLAKD
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS-OFFICE
Posciu's Block, Front struet Office
hoars— g to 4 p. m. and 7to> p. m.
Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Castle,
HEALERS AND TEACHERS CHRlS
tiau Science, Mental Healing No. 101 ft
Second street, between Madlsou and Spring,
Seattle, Washington Territory.
J. O SCURRY. | H. K. OVIXL
SCURRY Ac OWKNB,
CIVIL ENGINEERS, SURVEYORS AND
Contractors. Railways and other pub*
tls works designed ana built Office—
Room* 'J) and 61, Yesler block. Jasies St.,
opposite Qc ldental.
WKIX H Jk OLSKN,
CIVIL ENGINEERS AND DRAUGHT*
m**n All kisdn of mechanical draught
ing promptly attended to.
Roots 14, Colonial bl<*k. Second street
H. C. BUHNS,
ARCHITECT-ROOM** AND 10.KKN NY
Mock, corner Krwut and Columbia
HrwH.
FIHHKK * (lI.AHH,
ARf-HITWI* - MJTI.BRH RriUHNQ,
Jam>-« nt-. ttuprnrtrH 1 wvldental Hotel.
M. (ri'KI.NMAN,
ARCHITECT-ROOM *. KEINIO UU>:K.
front and Marion *tr«m
GAKDNRK At HOOO,
CIVIL AND MlNl**} ENUINEERa
Room 26 and *?. Union Bloc*. Take
elgrator
JOHN d. JANICKK,
ATTORNEY, NOTARY AND SURVEY
or. Wil p'«tJ'■»' before the t'mud
riratt-t land offlre Contest* ißi'iated, con
aod defended Timber '«nd rtaM
a »».e< ialte Vacant government land le
iected and «ettler« located To»n»blp|> ata
and abatrart of King roauty corrected yp
to dale *lll be found at m; «fflc«. Ad
drew FalltClty. King eoonty. w. T.
DK.OLENA DAWIiEV,
AIORSIR FOURTH AWD BILL STRUT,
V ' (ndule ol UniTenity sf Honwr: Jo
yeari' r.ractlre with iliteawi of women
and eMldrea. Midwifery a »pe<-ial>7.
I*. I. U«K«. MRUH BKIWH, Ik.
HANNA A* BKOWN.
ATToRfETS AT LAW OTOI ROOM
», new butler taaildin*. Jtmrt «L/e«»,
MratiJ*' w T. Itk um In >ll the rwom of
Wa»hinrt«n T.Ynlorr and in tIM United
«tat«a laud oUre
TREASURER'S NOTICE ~
Till riTT TREAAIKER WIU. PAY <fll
preeentafton tiiC following u«»ed war
rata
Virginia »treet *rd W& to and tacladlaf
part of SA.
Htrr(«iD »trwt or*. M to and ine'adiisf
part of «».
No interemt will be allowed on ML'd war
rant* after tfeit dale
Seattle. Jfo* 21. U**.
IBAAC PARK*K.
City Tr«««urer
Daoeaf f i M »» • m>*+r ft
W. A. HASBROUCK 4 CO,
aaraiL a*D raaaraimo*
DBTTOaiBTB
AXO pair— »
Photographic Supplies.
rrMl It, iMttle, W. T.
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