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MARKETS AND SHIPPING.
."aarrj.*. Dee. 27.
The Fanny lit" brenght la ¥f> wb of
oats from Samlsb. and the Hamio landed
potatoes. Hay arris** la «nf
-Beier,t <i»atitlty to meet dereandr. «t>d
kigfce" va!*e« are reported. The poultry
■ark t Is ifse'y, with a fair run o» tbe
tarplos Mock provided for Cbr.stma*.
Jj»t »♦(* k Stows a falling off. la slew of
jj, e of the last three days. Eastern
have risen slightly. but petee* are ex
pected to go dowu ahortly. flutter keeps
trm at las' quo»atlona. sod cheeae shows
DO -bange. The wholesale grocery b**i
aess has a holiday tail on I.and, aa hare
aismt all lines of trade.
JIKK' HANDI-K AMI KRODCCE RE
CEIPT*™ Da: lag tbe last 21 boors the
B ,ff ,:sndt»«- and i-roduce ri ceipt* at thia
oort liare been as follow*: Pnret Mound
fa,.:, ma I. t< to.is. ( olambla aad facet
goar,' ra.ir 'ad. : , b>a. Heattie, Hhore
and Eaak-ru railway, §U> tons. Hteamers—
r,eetw'"d, um: Ellia Andetwa, 12
>p Plan Lake, 31 Mtj ifaaaaio, T
100, T.jtai receipts, T.H tens. Auoa(
IPe reeeil'U w«-re in) »a- k» oata. 32 boxea
•M.ip., 147 -a' k« pf> a!oea. 2'or,parb|rkena.
lWn<ik j«-lta, 10 t/ma bay, 2 beifera. 1
e»lf S car* wood. VJ.CrtO feet lumber.
SHIFMENTH— I>tirlnc tbe last 24 boon
fond- stid merchaudlae hare been ahipped
from Seattle to tbe •uToondtnc coautry as
Inllf -j, l'H*et Sonnd Shore road. 24
igo,. i .ilantiiaaad Poeet Sound railroad.
9 p,D». rtealtle. lake bbora and Eastern
railwa/. M tons -t.-aioers— Eleetwod.
1 tor. Maaroe, 14 tons. Evangel, a tons*
City of yofntT. lola.) ton. Mleh-
Ifaxi. 2 l"ns; Ansu'ta, S tons , Mountaineer.
5 ton* (Irace, i tuna. Total abSpmeot*.
tons
Tei.KUKAI'IIIC MAKKETH.
mi raAHCtsco agrigw.
g«s FbiScisco, f»ec 27 Wheat-Jfore
arn' light; ai arcel* any demand for ex
port; ralkea soft: tl 40 la about all that
can be obtained for standard grades. Op
tion > Buyer st-aaon, II 4»?<; buyer Ishx,
"liar.'-y »l' r 'w« no improvement, either in
price •>r ho»lnesa. No. J feed,
Option- Buyer season. boyer ISW,
7»c
Oat- The market continues to show a
downward tendency; choice feed, |l IS;
So. 1, tl
Hops—So change In the sitnatlou.
Potatoes—Stocks large and offerings lib
eral i>ricea remain the same as prevfooaiy
quoted.
Btitter—Weak at the late redaction la
pricf. fancy, 80c; good to choice, '&4a&*•.
E*k»— Receipt light; (hole- efferlnga
■ran ' alifornla ranch, 82' /g&V: store
lots. iATO".
So charter* reportc<l.
»(» YORK STOCK M IRKCT.
Kev York. I>ee. Vl.—' The stock market
wt» wrak and deeliuinß almost through
out to-day, and the result of th* day's
trading lito have «n<»at of the lift frac
tionally lower than laat events*, with ex
eepUensl of more than l prr • eat.
Th<* active lt»t la invariably lower and
Heeding and Omaha Preferred ars down
p., i-: cent each, Mefctm l',. i.a< ka
wanna. and Chicago 0*« each 1 percent,
and the rest fractional amount*
Government bond* were dull and firm
for 4s
RXOIAXUK AND ►gcraiTlE.S
Nkw York. I»ec. 27 - Money on call.
IJglil. ranging from 4V*# loan 8
Prime mercantile pep* r, Sterling
cic-hang''. lull and steady: fio-daya, $4
sosns.
4ji (refflat'd). (conpons, .10**4
4« {eoupon«» Pacific 6« . 119
4H S (regiat'd) u*V
sto, a*.
Am Express 110 Northwestern 107**
Can Pacific.. .Vi «N. Y. central 10*\
Can Houthern. 53 j Oregon Irapr'v. 70
Central Pacific.. Navigation
Rnrliueton. 110 !Tranaeontfal. .'jn l ,
Del A Urka 43 PaelG< Mail.
Den. <fc K. Orde 7*» Reading 4H^i
Erie T.\ K.wk Maud 97V?
Kana. »v Teaaa M. Paal tki
lak»- Hhor© :w', Texas Pacific
L. A Na«hviMo Union Pacific
m«-h. central WS t' H Bai»r«>a« 74
Mo. Pacific 74 Wells Fargo Kx 13s
Kor. Pari fie . 'il\ Western Uulon.
N. P. Preferred I
NgW YORK HKR< fl.«Klliag MARKET.
Nrv* YORK, i»cc. 27. Ilopa quiet snd
fteadv.
Cort'ee— Options eloaed fsirlr atf-a<iy.
2T>(tt4() poiata t»elow yeatenlay; aatea. i*>s,<.4X>
la««; IHre., 114 b/itlS «'>: Jan sll
14 ' I » |il 7.4iCJ.. 10. S|M»t 1110. caater;
lair «-argta?a. li \«•
Huvar Raw. inactive and nominal; fair
refining.' l .«•.
Copta-r Nominal, lakp, Jan.. sl7 a'.
I irtn and fairly active; dom***. ,
.s"
Tin toilet and »tc«4j. »traita, f .*J.
Bar silver. 9i l , •.
Petroleam opened atradv at v^ H r, but
broke on the exeration of -« liiug orders
from !h>- Wrst aud the pries Ml to
The market then rallied aud rl«»»ed firm at
mv
( ut< AOO rnoni ci m uur.r
CNICAOO. D-*e. 'i7. w eat Closed
stronger; cash, Jan., SfUe; M**,
U 0f»
Con Firm; cash, :3\e Ja . tic,
Mav. f.7r
t»at- Firm; cash. V'.V Jan. 2." 1 «<••;
Ms>. .s 11-p'»c.
Barley Nothing doinc;
Pork riteady . eash, |IJ »; Jan., |l2 •.»;
May. ft* 37*$.
lard hti-ady; «a»h J5: Jan. |7
May. »7 -.U
cnicaoo Live *T«hb MARKET
Cmii aim. ih r, 27. Uettie Reeeipta
7«*' **roug; ehoi«re to extra b< $! -'/•
(it't ii'.
feeders, $2 30 Texas cattle, tl 90
(»8 10
- Hog" Receipts, 16,000; weak snd im*
lower; mixed aud light. s.V<to J) ht-svy.
» ' 10-r. . :v
sin « p Re< • ipts. »iOUO: slow, heavy and
.V.f. low* r natKfs, | sot,4 W>«.tern
e«»ru fed, s4<f»4 «o lexans. $: i'»
UV Cai'tH'l. i. RA I N M 4KRKT.
1 IV* i.i o -L. IH*e '? Wheat dull; hold
••r* t ft r fr«.i 1> . ' alifornia No. I, 7s S*-%d
I H-r. i »rn quiet; new mixed West
ern. ;•! per cental
Shl|t|:|i«K I iiin I ig«>tie«*
l\u;: IHmovgßV l»ec J7.—Sailed—tichr
F\' «• tr -a»l'd. iMii. Nor hk An^uata..
N» %ii BAY. Pec. ;7 I'londr, with fresh j
•ou?' wind.
Ss , I R*n« !». « .7 Krrlred A'hr
Uttlia, (ISM Port Madison N«> sailings.
Clen-v •' s?r W alia Wal a, for Vi< toria.
The l.etitia baked more or lesa from
Cat« 1 att--r> ilown. and bad to put tato
I>raV- » ! h\ on *< count of heavy weath«-r.
She w«< towed fr.»m there here.
Ant nTA \rrix*d saranac,
Ta< ■
Y.u v i-«» \rnve<l llliidostan, from
British Columbia.
tl«idge» \»t Knott(h.
N'f w York lb raid
A bill h ic» u introduce*! into the
senate b\ Mr 1'" atII of 1 to it •
cren i tti» i! »r\ w the »diief justice ot
the I'nited Stafi to |2O,"(kT, nui thoae
Of the in Us! * notices to fJOOIV
It ought to lec*m e a law The
judc» v .if tbio court :tre inadequately
paid for tbe they render
The non << < .(• i>.it sH>.ik'4i except
the chief, ! o nt re. The
fignr»« r«H|uit> - i heavy |Mf* 'tniary
xaeriiiet tr.so every judtje i»n the
ben- : • one of them could
make tu .i* tbh f time us much as
'
t;cs-«,: , ju-| 1 pay |I« iiKlp'-
lihf-ilir. ii,. rliitf ju«tjir fort'*
n, ; , y uuf
Mi ! thf um« ylk v. Ih.'
J*i '1« ft «>' ju w<
haw r< : <> lh*t lh<-\
Sow, u■»' il . *i;of th»*
vni(«l Malt mi p . >.■ . i iirt
Jf ' • Ihi-.-Mv C!
: li L 1 lUitlUHl
pt«. '.MHC; of th«> (Wiurrtl
..*w tr 1 ik»'
Tl*.«*the I lute.) -tat.-
»nt nn-... .. h : ihr t. .. I
J>w: i.l !>. - • : , «i.o vv. rU. rheirl
"•}« • «... gr> ,t Ih. ir .in I
«»« -rr mi ill to ability otl
Ihr kk|, • ~r . i , , , r< . , .t!v
CSUt'ftl to •>r «i ir ii' ; Cv""!*!!" i-1
«i >n ih.r, •! ... v,., and . ot)
o .h! t ' • ;• ,te to irrant it.
Two <»f 1 hrm
rt *o.■ ir . !' 1«. , '.i.T 'vVi if
•ntf. in the J i j. ;;t , ■ 1 .
"Oh, «-;t(< n<■ .wn :in It
»*WM- .th.r mi. . rv.t.ruUirr.
tetall in Um . ■ per* to do tikis
Tou -t . i-tantl.
f*l ««>r CTW von *. !!t into the
| ■ , v . , „ IJeimm ITiiiii
It i. *„r'h : • that the I
«.iil"r iho •hs«H I hi
bnitlivr
Kiplsiitfd
OKI 1..„h .. m „\ Nn- What
tUnV*"- :t'.- t>,, .(i tht k m
"i ,; bo-. *
'■r.<er'» l'o\ it's l<va i«c there'-
*> tuuvh h 'i 'cm. mum
•oatkwra Xnd of PnUrtln.
Twl Tfibare.
The South netii- protection more
than any otter mtios. The South
ern men who ri ited and tal.ed with
'•an, Htnfaan on Ti**;ay i:r<ler
stand this, bat neither at ike So ith
nor in other parte of the country ia the
jj«* seoerattr appreciated. Men hear
it a«jd, for instance, that wii hem iron
furnace-! can produce pood pig iron at
a lower cost than any furnaces in the
Northern stttes. The common infer
ence is that, whether Northern for
uac«e need protec-i >n or not, it t« at all
event* not nested to injure the atic
cem of Southern producer*. If they
can aell iron cheaper than producer*
at {the North, men con. ! :.ie, ther
wokld be able to »urri*e foreign <a>m
petition, though neartv ail Northern
furnace* mi,-ht be closed. The infer
ence i* not unnatural. and yet it i- en
tirely erroneous.
Pff irou i* not by any body
except for the rntn-ifa- ttire #>f s»nif
thing ei*e. If there were ia the coun
try no manufacture of and ather
railrasd iron and steel. fc*am«
angle- and other arricultnrai iron and
steel, of wire, -heel-,, band- na:K cot
tie--, and <;ther forms of manufac
tured iron, there would be no market
for j i(f iron whatever To illustrate,
roore than tons of iron toanu
fai tared into tin plates are used every
year in this conntry Yet not a single
ton of American iron i- e»er boupbt or
u»ed for that manu'acture, because
tin plates are not prodared in the I'ni
ted State-. It would be precisely the
with other forms ot deiaan«l far
piH : r«n, if the other branches of man
ofacture should be presented here.
Any ' bange of tar.rT whi< h diminisbe
the prodtu tion in thi« country in oth
er branches of nianufai ture, through
rernkval of < hacks to forr:gri , ompeti
ti#n, wokld necessarilv c.it oil a cor
responding American tfeinan4 for pig
iron.
The more advanced product* re
qoire protection by higher duties than
those which suffice for the protection
of producer* of pijf. because in the
manufactured form* the proportion of
iabor is greater, and the difference l»e~
tween this and other countries in rate
of wajjea paid, ha* greater effect on
the prire. Here it i* necessary ajrairi
to notice the frudulent assertion, made
and refuted a thou-and time 4*. and yet
made once more in the senate on Tues
day. that the proportion of labor i o>t
in some form* of tn*nufa< tared iron is
hut 111 per rent. Thu can never l>e
true, onlfa* the "labor cn-t" consid
ered is onlv that of the laat process. to
the exclusion of all labor previously
expended in preparing the iron or
steel pij?, bar, rod plate or in#ot for
that last process. It i therefore, al
ways and necessarily a false and de
ceptive assertion, which imp ies either
a very low decree of intelligence « r a
very hurh degree of dmhone^tv.
Take away al! dutie- on -teel rails
and there probably ronki not be made
a finglr r .il in the*country un pn the
wage* of lat*>r In wvix ation* generally
should l»e ratK-h lowered. At about
$*J) |«er ton rail* can be placed on ship
noard in The freight,
hardlv ever more than s\* <«fteti
nitu h less when vr-.-eU cmuing hither
for bulkv « argoe* can l»etter affor 1 to
tike rail-* for nothing than to load and
unload ballast. But if there were no
manufacture of rail* there would be
no demand whatever for several mil
lion tons of pijf iron now u e i in rail
in akin tr. 8o <»f other 1 ranches of
manufacture. The pro t rat ion of each
of the-e would ab-olntely destroy a
part of the only pos-tb ; e market for
American iron. Entire removal of
duty would not be neve *ary t<» effect
this in most case*. Are u lion below
the protecting point would put an end
to a part of the demand for pitf" iron,
no matter what the duty on |>i*f iron
might be.
The name principle applies to other
manufa> tare». Hut tin- new work* in
the iu which many million*
have been Invested, and upon which
the prosperity of rev-io has
came to «<ej»eml. in f«r greater
need of defence through the develop
ment of the various form* of manu
fscture than the older work-« of the
Korth. ! uii> prostration of the iron
industry, they would l>c likely to suf
fer moat severely, because their pro
duct have to l>e t ati-noitcil t<» distant
markets for consumption.
\ l.timlitoita |*rol»'i«.eia.
Victoria Standard.
The Vancouver HW/<f -ays Rare
ly is a more heantiful tuonnri.se wit
ne eil than that whi» i» npfteared ast
For '•owe little time lief ore
Luna emerged al>ove the horizon she
heralded her approach by a lurid re
flectioo that gleamed from lehind the
mighty hill* like the blaze of a great
conflagration." For the information
of the World man we would slate that
what be saw was only the reflection
from the nose of one of that city'®
abler men.
S.S.S.
-
PtCDI 11' i.L, Ta*4*. June !g-3-T. >
W>i/» »t»> einc Com pa- v A(n an
len«n:Ua« of Mjr till, •!.-<■*» * .u t
with rh ojuUNm and h«>!!a f> r aU".t l«* •
yarv Wt» fc* «« he- raik'ua kind* of mfli
C\ »C, tHlt WllTtOUt t>!V..t,rttld l<> «!«*}>* T
of cuiimi h»r at aU. I waa i.nr»<ia«ted lo try
* »tr Dwltt'a R|»rt(le Aftrr nb'* had u»e I
, « , r I U.vtlea i. •• «;i»ra>r» all
an t ►h' la n «w a h «\h. an» and h
frl tw«-be jear* <>M Anoth. r child ha*
t btvorn • liffl iMd In tl.« wnh« way. an>! I
am tta|n4 lb'- H. s aud a ' f o»« a pmmpt
au I paruiu. eat care. N. C Wa»..» at.t.
Bl a HILL, M», JU?V T, iTb5
Rjvn-ifie to.. A;l > ta, Oa.—Oeatlemral Our
ItUJa ».irl when tiui thrw •»» *-Ai 014 hn '
<»ut wtth resema. We tried ih# |>rrvrtpii i «
frt»in »* rrrai uo»-d d <"t..rs l>ut wlth«>»4t a*
p i' :)• W » tr:»*d J* 8 8 aad ty tti *
timeo .e M lokji r-«ae her hrati bntaa t »
iwaL aad by I t n*n 'h<» I r,l tAkm f .
, .*bf» wat e<«n . l"*»' • e • vw v
l«M a fail and s «v*v> tu- l ef it* >•— a i\-t*t. '.
b artT • htld. lftvl ll t. iiuyu,j/U'r a
t .is Ktacetuoi r. fW»;ectfa!l.y, li. T.
Ckattasskmia. Taas, Jure VI, iW-The
. ifi Spt*ciilo Co.. Atlanta, lla.—UenUem#
1 » is«» I «n»ntr*. t«* t ti)<*ud p*-i »»n. aad at oi*
urfhi a piiy,k- an, %%h • » • a>e for a* ▼
ml m«ait■>«. l*y i.t» a-'vl.«i I wt-at to Cn>b
t»r hard Spring. . w..-e hla cour * ft
i waa c »r« f -.Uy ib^« > r*« , d. I r\ ■
t re«t, (v, I thought. I'tiK tb » neat >.prtti»r 11 i
t'ira beean to ap «ar an m* fore as d .
T.m ««e irrafluailv to * rwaudrv
niaa uWr*. 1 wm t»» t t a s. H.. a. I
tiaiMxliatt IT after UkAtn* it 1 i mru»»oe«l t >
i uprovf, nlv« ly at n.at. h t i rw rapl>.<
ftfu*iw..rta, and avion » « xf l. g r« u a!nr-i t
t-U »>f my tr uh-\ My l« now
ottffhty «it .«%« -.• i. a' 1 «ny » «:ctn fnffr n
tant, and I owe i r pr-M» t t " :i'
p-Tfoctcurr- to *om rr« ..a : e. Ic
jtlrp Ih * p.atem'r tt*at t rn vLj 1.
•adored a< 1 ha*»» may i\-«n • - vrN •
I. ju.i til. Ik :.r. «• Wtal Muia
»I *ea. I * , ijw—Sw'ft v
C.(*» :1».t4. lil-U' l.llfl' > a . .A Is : t t
j, a-a a- 1 « ' g d f «•« ;a »"•«• *.«T <
lire:* I v U u« Jtltt .1 I r. a.
ttSOalnd eff ft ft«-.;nx wt I aral u A
t »alt «.♦ ph, *l- .*uaO "«* r rmrtr-u, •
I miif T reu«r. a la-ut«<d t «
•hould ei>e a h. R. a fair ti:»i.aUh
i fnuht it auti t tw l v r»wtnf m
A tar tnkiat a I «'rouah c«rw. my t
; \ strength M rue- tui<t 1 uiu»l s. > '
h H. H. at n- « r.d I. ««, « 1 duear -
. : wliiia iMtfn£ t«. As a trmte I ear r
I. nrtlly *vv»mime**l tt; for tr ml t .
it vx»: u<dul.« lfla»i<ecA*. N« i BaiPWi >.J 1
O'wr*. I.A. tknow Wr. W. F Br 'Wfi I
wlllaay h»<*taienw t i«e rnret
J.atm »«klt> a.
Treatise O** (Uood and Skta m.*:
fr*v Tu awirr Sravtric Cv, I'r-we-r
A; aau «*<a.
HOUGHTON & WILLIAMS,
Watches.
Diamonds,
Jewelry,
Clocks.
Sterling Silverware, Etc.
NEW F KM.
\ I.L NF.VN tiOOD^
A! Claries Sato's Old Stani
MILL STREET.
rUEASE AI L AM> EXAMINE.
SEATTLE POST-INTELLIGENCER. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2*, 18S3.
*ll Cfcrmlc, Xm*u u4 'pailal
Pie—.«* kktllfalty TmM.
' .iBL *- q :. wk« recently nnt
r tij * »rfnr:pa: boaptia^
£ J*?? 1 "* " ar<tw *- raatltat it a* of Sew
Torfc City iaieatirat-og ths t»._aa reeent
dtaeoreriea :• Widet ud nrgery. bar
!0 * rwnaied i, pn.
••red «• treat all r'«wt t ebnmte
sac is u Brer explain I. dys
If p* 1 * rkesatatiaai, >2l aSeclum of tie
fwaeya heart and »o aU ak;o u<
b.oed team, all tl'uati anasag trmm
•. ***keka< imii mt«i all rectal
diaeaaes. aU fea:io.»rikary < ann. and
ai. 'ltnaM peealiar to vmn, accooi:ng
to the and tanat !ay«t»l aethoda
Copreitatloa free ( barges moderate.
Oft*. rooaaa » gnd « Sew Yealar bioek,
MIB Krwrt
First National Bank
OK BKAITLB.
••attla, Wuklaftoa TwilUry.
PAID-UP CAPITAL, - - 1150,000
oioroe w harri=>. J. ooovrzu.rw.
President. Cashier.
Oeneral banking buaiaesa transacted.
(Sight and telegraphic exchange, payable
in ail the pnucipal cities of the United
rttatea and Earope
Dexter Horton & Co.,
BANKERS,
Incorporated IH(C.
CAPITAL, $200,000.
President W. & Ladd
Vice Preai4ent A. A. Dsicky
Manager J- P. Hovt
Caanier B. F. Raxo«9
OKiHT KXCHAN(iK AND TKLKGRAPH
ie transfers on Sew York. Chicago, rit
Paal. Han Krmneisro, Portland and varioa»
l-<itiu> in Waahington, Oregon and BntiaS
Columhta-
Hight Bills of Kx< hange on London, avail
able elae where in Europe.
CoUerttoQS Ciade at all points or favor
abl# term*
Bond*, k* and other vaiuanles receiv
ed on deposit for safe keeping.
TII0& 8. KKI'TZ. HARRY KRUTZ.
Pr» ai<ient. Mec'y and Treaa
Washington Loan i Trust Company
(IXCOItruBATID.)
AuthoriifJ f.QO.MO
Fsi J-op i apiuil 'J.OOO
MORTGAGE LOANS
Improved Farms aad City Proptrtj.
LOWEST RATES—SO DELAY
Brak« m <»rrt« I— IP Mill 9 .
81. ca .. -K \ IT* F W J
GfeOßtiE FOWLER, Manager
k'ArrgßN Ovncga—2s7 B oadway, New
York; Shear* Buiidius, Bostou.
*K*Tr.R>i Orncae—H<»me Oflee, Walla
i Walla. W T.; Branch Offices, Colfax and
! Beattle.
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
or THg
GUARANTEE
LOAN A»V> TKtHT HUIP.4M,
Yaalar-Loary Block. Mill Street,
Opposite Commercial.
SEATTLE, - - WASH. TER.
(Incorporateti
Receive dkpohitb in any amounts
from on# dollar upward*, aud allow in-
U reat thereon. Money Utaued upon im
prore<i farm and city real eatate.
boakd or maacreaa:
LEIGH B. J. HVST President
DR T T MINOR Vice Pr. aident
EPW. B DOWNIMO Treaaurer
OE«)R#t If. HEI I.H RON *scret*ry
DAVTU N BAXTER. J. I>. IX)WMAN.
Baxlst nAfiiRT.. I E. r. Faaar,
President. | Vice
J. P*i am Caahier.
PCGET SOUND NATIONAL BANK
OF SEATTLE.
OCCIDKNTAL HU)CK
Btnr AND SELL FOREIGN AND bO
mt-atic exehanrc. trauafer money by
U • graph to anv j»art •>' ti:«- I te srat«n
and Europe, recei . e depnaita of money and
Laanc paaa t>ooka or certirtean-a therefor.
CORRIBPONI»KNTB
London. N. M R>»th«ca>ld \ Sons
Pari#. i>c Kotli«< bild Krerea.
Frankfort, A M. I- Von SMjvr Co.
New York, ageucy of Bank of California,
chn airo. Commercial National Bank.
Boatou. Saffblk National Bank
San Frane»ac<». ihe Bank of l alifornia.
Portland, the Firat Natioual Bank.
Washington Savings Bank
InrorjsiraN «i umlertheTerrit««rial laws.
Poat Building. Mill St., Seattle. W T.
CAPITAL, - - $50,000.
OFFICERS:
w. w. nsAaaoa* ramtncyT
a n ncißm>K> vie e pRE-mrsT
H w. MI»;«OSS lASIHKR
A General Banking Basiaess Transacted.
I>raft* drawu uu a:i f arts of the world.
Interest |«awl on *a'. ioga and tinn- dejMMita.
Honr> 10 a. m. u> »p. m., and Saturday
from 7 toV o'clock.
l»» uaiu may t* ma«!e in peraon or by
reentered letter, money order or expreaa,
and detMiait Ns*k» will tu* retained as re
quested.
Money loaned on reai eetatc at reasonable
rat«a
! c H H *aroai . Preaid« nt au 1 Coanael.
Ex-Got. W C .'Ni'mt. Viee-Pre>ideiit.
H K. lukaa, Secretary.
SEATTLE
Title Insurance & Trust Company.
CAPITAL. *2.V).»HM).
Booms 19. 20. 35. 36. Uaios E'.ock
Seattle
Isaacs po U*ie» of Insurance upon HJKAI
t*t* i'iiuv geeraateelagaNwale ate
:»vt!oD aifain*t low by reason of defeeiiTf
at lea.
a* itaowu exw n*' the defeaat
of ail lecai wr... i .-Mtited in the
reat t'f a-i* ■ »Jattnant* and \ea
the insnred from a I truub f. anno\anee,
auslrtv. r\«vt and expense -mn each
.t-tanonv
VIERCHXNTS RATIONXL B\Nk
l*eaijrna:e«i Pepoaitory and Financial
Aeeat o' the
UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT
pea * in toreifaaad dotae»tiee*ehaniwa
Hake* Tauti Rarx:< laa->»r*a» and la
*ue» ijprraaj' Caanrr
Gtaenl BisliDi Tr»DU«cd.
SAFE DEWSIf ANl'i FRIST CO.
Paid-ep Capital. SIOO,OOO
Para interest on «rtDr*
*"'l .iriw.;! N.x.'l
CU..H .>n
V .... Bonpft
P" K K1) WAK ». .V
FOR FAMILY USE
Soovblie Floor
iS fMK EK.-T TKT rT
Cable Line Addition
LOTS OX LY @2OO TO ©2oO.
See our big plat of Gable Line Addition on the Jackson Street side of
CORNER OF COMMERCIAL STREET.
These are the best lots for the money that can be bought inside the city limits.
As we charge only 2 1-2 per cent for selling business property, both
buyer and seller consult their interests by dealing with us. We have
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several fine bargains, centrally located, which we offer at owner's prices.
RESIDENCES.
No. 128. New house on lot, 50x120 feet, between Mill and Jackson streets cable, with fine view,
price, $1700; part cash.
No. 129. Four-room house, good well and stable, on corner lot, 60x120, in D. T. Denny s addi
tion; price, $1200; part cash.
No. 131. Nine-room two-story house on Main street, lot 56x120 feet, splendid view of Seattle
harbor, and between cable line; price, $3700; S2OOO cash, balance on time.
VACANT LOTS.
No. 306. Fine 50x100 feet lot in Kauffman's addition; price ssoo, half cash.
No. 3131 Lot 5, block 44, Sarah A. Bell s second addition, near horse-car line, 60x120 feet; price,
$1000: cash.
No. 314. Lot 7, block 31, McAleer's second addition, 50x120 teet, only three-fourths of a mile from
Occidental square; price. $550; cash.
No. 315. A 50x120 feet lot, one block south of Jackson street cable, at SSOO.
Twenty 60x120 foot Lots, Yesler's Second Addition, $250 to $275 each.
We charge only 5 per cent on the ju ice actually received for selling resi
dences and vacant lots, and show and advertise them free of charge.
FIVE ACRE TRACTS FROM 5750 TO $2750. VERY CENTRAL LOCATIONS.
We have a large list of rt-al estate not advertised, which we offer at the very lowest prices. and
invite every one having property for sale and all intending purchasers to us a calL
H. H. DEARBORN & CO.,
Bankers in Real Estate,
SWF
DEARBORN BLOCK, CORNER COMMERCIAL AND JACKSON STREETS.
DEARBORN'S
DEARBORN BLOCK,
JOHN O. JAVICKK,
\TTttRStfV. XOTUT AXI» srRVIT
«* Will t>raot.«-» twMra tkr raited
laa-! CoDtM* tait;a-«l.
daetad sad dffrßdpd Ti«i»r land ram
a»»rria!tT. Va.-*nl rofrn-neat 1*34 m~
it-'od an 1 trtrVr* Wiratvd To*a*fcf»
l»iar« aa t a!»;-*rt of K'-»» .>->rrrct*4
if t» finn l >■ in \d
dr*a« Faita Oily, K ai CaaaM. w. T
C. M. KIVFIKH,
k mum at law, <*\ rmovr rr
JY *«•■».• m T
OKUKUK I> HUKK,
* ttdrnet *t LAW-Rno*s a m u
a\ Va-.nt 8;«-4. Vats>. Waah
Spoc!*: aTfcratint; Cornocatjon land and
aMu*tia»» 'aw.
j. «. •laseov. c. a. r trraaso*.
Paltvrann A Ulaoviw.
Vrroucrr* and rorssKixofci-AT
-a* im Jaora ttrrrt. i»r>p*-
»tt* It* lVrtd<-ota!
ISAAC M. HAU,
\imunrr a.n d cocv-iEllor at
La*. Siotirllor ta Chancer?. rrmlor la
A.;m..-*;:-j. an>l PaMjc. iUuta 22>,
Yealer'» m» batldioc. Mill (trrrt. xatlto,
W. T Tate tba elevawr
■*aou> rac*Ti>!<. aa*aY Braaioa,
a a. cut
Moßrid«> Can* <V prtaton.
ATTOkxrrs asd corxsxixois at
law Ottoea at L*>-onnrr. Moan*. Ver
nan and Seattle Seattle oflk*. Yealar-
Lrarr bioak. JJlTdw
HRKKY H. IAMIMIS,
VTTORX*T AT LAW-KKNMY Run.
corner of Promt and i oiarabta
BWIMIi.
K. K. NIC'HOI-8,
\TTORNEY AT LAW. NORTH Y A Ki
ln*. * T.
KHKN SMITH,
\TTOKXEY AT LAW. U. A 00100+
stutter and Netary Pablic Pirn* ands
boajrbt and wM Foatoflßre t«x iTX, >«v
tie/W T.
WOOD Ac OSHOHXK,
VTTORNKYs ANI) COCNSKLLORS AT
law Attention given to land litifa-
Bon. land titles and probate matters only.
Room** And ?, Cuton Block. tattle.
aUHaaX) OMKMtS. TBOaTIX r. DVlft.
(WHORN Ac DYKR,
IAWTKRS.
SEATTLE, W. T
Room* 17 and U, Yttiir Building. Mill
street. end of rommt-n id Take cicvator.
I>K. OKI). A. KKICH,
4 \CULIST. At*RlaiT om,
\ w having returned troro hi* trip U>UM
Km*: ami Europe. will K- pi* *>- .1 to meet
his. fortnrr pe?r*u» and others destriaf his
service*. »' him former oftce, tc the Yealer-
Learv BSdA. .W, T, Residence, cor
ner mrth and Manou. JylTdw
SAHAH KF.NUAIJi, M. U.
KADI'ATX OF noMt"PATIHC COL
"I lege, and from I*' .. ad» Iphia hccpltal
practice. Piitirnlir attention to women,
children and obstetric*, ijai coud »tn*ei.
F.B. LICWIH, M. U.
pHYfiU IAN AND -riitKON RKSI
i d« nee, corner Ninth and Stewart
•treeta. oj»in»ilr Ninth street grocery.
UK. FAN N 1 R H.AHHUrr,
HOIKKOPATHUrr, FORMERLY OF IJAS
Washington itrv i Boston. Mavus
chuaett*. fives •iHt iai attention to <liseai«*
of women and children Those < x|-tHiiu|
Confine*u ut t»r euffering from tactißtnial
irregularities chouid ifpntallT commit
her. CaJls suawervd day or night ros*
•aitatiou free, rreatmcut five for tkowe
enable to pay from a to 10 a m Wrdnee
lay*. K"i>ui«, Kenny Block, Seattle,
UK. P. H. COK,
PHYSICIAN A SCRtiEON. R< H)J| 17
1 Colonial bi«*k. Mntr Se« , oiftd and
Columbia streets. Oflkf hours 10 t«» U, 2
to 4 and nigkta. Telephone 12*
C. K. CASK, M. U.
VBDOMIKAL SCRC.EON AND UYNB
-
TACOMA. W. T.
UK. «. sriTZY,
(Academy of Pan*. I*7o )
FOR CHBsT, U NO, STOM
a*h. lirer ami kMne* dls« a-- ■<* « pilepay,
psitlim gost, rbeamistlsm, srphule, m>
< ret disea*«*s. Lost manh«»w) n-Htorvd
without medicine*. Consultation in Kng
Hsb, Oenaao, Fr« neh and Italian office.
Post hnilding. Sill) »imt r«M»m 6, second
floor. Daily from 10 to li a in ,2t04 p. m.
T. T. Ml SOS, M P. j| L. E. DAWSON. M. ».
DRB. MINOUAc DAVVKON
pHraxciASs and hrrif kon &
omcKs iw orcaA uorsg BLOCK.
Telephones Oflcs, No. *2: Dr. Minor's
residence. No. W.
H. .J. HOI.MHS, M. I».
I >IIYSH IAN A NT» "»L R'. K< ►N-4 >K Fit' W
1 Coioutal block.Second and Columbia
Streets.
Office Hour# 10 »to 12 a. m , to 4,
and 7totp. m. Telephone No lie.
W. a. SMAKKOK, M. D. i. HHAWVOK, H. D.
I>rH. Hhanuon »V Hhaitru»n,
|>HYBICIANS ANDSCRUEONH-OrnCß
I I'nion block, Front itreet, flr»t floor,
up«tairs. r«n.m 10. Office open at all hours.
I > K. 1- SHAW,
]>HYHRIAN AND srXGB<»N. Omtl
Colonial bl«K*k, corner Heeood and
Columbia Resldeaee, 817 Third
street. Office hours. t»to 10Ws.ni., 4to C
and 7 t4> 9p. m. Telephone I*2.
riBHUU) * t LAHK,
t KCHITKI T* RrTI.K&'M *CIIJ)I50.
\ Is»nc« «t. opposite Oe' Mental Hold.
al. rtiirH. m U - si rt's wi£La*i>, n. d.
DIfKHMI'I H \ WII.LAKU
I » ■
I Hoertn'" Ri'M n. Front »treet office
;t to 4 p. m. an 4 7 to a p. ra.
Mr. Htitft Mi>, K. J. Ciuil l«»,
nRALKM km TEA* HER* - (lt»
tiftn . Mental Hf« n* So 101 A
»ljr«*'t. t*-t wt-vn Vflisot) anrt fprtng,
* MfeitigtoK* Territory.
J. « MTItT. ; H. S. OWIRE
JH'I'HKV .V OWKNM,
/ *]V!! Kits, AND
le work" tn»l bail! Oflfc»*—
flnum* 'io and si, Y**k»f blo» k. Jaznrs 81.,
Qo l<t» nt*l
NVKIXH Ac OIXKN,
| tJVIL KN .INF» AND I»KAraHIH-
V Tom All k il» of tn<-« bani< ai draugbt
tii* promjtJj «1 to.
K*«>m 14. i O'tailai r»U.« ft. Seooxwl Rtreet.
11. HTKIJfMAN.
\Rf HITE<T *. KlIMt, 81/ WE,
Fron* aa«i Marlon •trwt®.
WILLISIIOTEL
<'or»»r Ma'u and * < 004 it*.
{FonjMtrly tb* Vmti fir )
EUROPEAiT PLAN,
WILL OPEN JANUARY )
r«impl?t«iT •••■I lh<>'o<i*hl» rror,r«t«d ft nil
i fcftu*e<i bi ft new «ud perfect b'»'rl.
•• «nl h«!h, ladtra" xmrU't, i»nt» •»<*
i' * «..'1 * r...w•. and ft-1 tti«
fort» •>( ft bvlTt- I IMrfitl to frifti*- thill
t£oroo«bl7 r »peri*ble Vma*. Trr It.
M. W. WII.I.tH, Prop-
K. ANTHONV,
PRACTICAL BOOKBINDER,
I »U IK RUUE&. IILAXK KoOK MART
( fmrtnrr: t*r. r>» lower *ftn»
-tarn. Country Pry#'«
i fpr.rm Hkmt. mm Ml » *P" M.
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