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—— I nto ■' few exoep , bpdtoa spfe bi • few daye, ea Thursday. It rWHI law taaa iaftatiiiy von* ii KjtolwMi if tie werbJagawa aid Tin, lads*!, these would ef Seattle have to fclM aw lost their homes in l ■RSSSItoBW higher Uisn ever Hen tijhalfotoy and money will cireu- I BP ft® could by aey [ Pjlir arpaeted when affairs ' *jy<ob aermei condition. The mt ,im * 110 r *** ||WNj|totb tor them to do eed jjjto Wiepleaty ef money u> pay iweeona.lf for no other, h not nearly so bad as It "ton. If the homes had to** had fallen on the •took would have been a hnteed But the bent Nted la the future, and I brward to the months to | eeniidence rather thau •t M4IKN. midence i n HrattJe does lavs been shaken bv the .u Imm. f„r «tr seeking * • manner whit h shows fcve that the Queen City Umi.of Portland. ha« hat, if a site can be *e-j ® feet at once a bank •1 «o any north of Kan ieinsworth. one of the •* <e»l manufacturer* announces that he i extensive foundry and » In Seattle without de gs Ho not indicate that •I ha* been frightened •attie Our own people *t hit the future of the «Wders are wiUing to Oaiwrt. of the fir« of broe. 4 Co., >tates that ■Pare no effort that U B*i4e it to bold it* trade, y a matter of a few daye i is supplying orders and ***• be held lor SEATTLE WASHINGTON, JUNE 9. IMS. Baa tar. The other wbolcaele dealers ef the city aboeld be iqtnfly proapt Seattle's wholesale trade b*« ever dcm! ewe of the greatest factor* ta ft* pros perity, Mid that trade meet net be lest. It tewd if oar msrehants strata every iwh to kotd it Before e writ bar jeeed they moat be np> flying wtoi ee eeoet. even though th*r«edeian bnstaees te teats and iMfr needs era stored In barm. It weald be harder to regain the trade eaesletotheaitwittbe toholdttaow, Wee4aeW **aeß*Hßa( The people of fltottto are to be coaa to ef'vaadM bsAdiap ittWa the five Halite. Oa aahaaae ead the ■■<!— ef the cfbr •atHoritiea to the premises meet* with may be celled temporary eai If a permit were greeted tor the ewsMsa ef weodea htoUHag* to shtot dps year, ths rhsaen are that It weadi stead tea year*. The owaer seaMoecapy five year* la flghttog'the eearts for the right to keep it standing, ead by that time the proeecution weald beooßM ao lax through sym pathy with the owaer aad his tenants that the boikiia* weald be permitted to stead indefinitely. We waat a city of brick and atone, aad the oaly way to get It is to boiid brick aad sfeme buildings. This most be doae, not in one year aor la fir* years, bat now, when tbe whole bail ees* portion of tbe eity Is opea for im provemente. On this point we most not yield aa inch. We will bare brick bnildings within the fire limits or we will aero none. low TO aisirit rat CITY. Holders of real estate who art un able to rebuild at <once can render a great service to the city by parting with their holding at reasonable price*. Thoee who cannot build should come to term* ut onoe with those who are ready to budd if they can find suit able location*. Seattle must be re built, and that at ouce. It is the duty of every cltiseu to do ail within bis power to further it* rebuilding, even though he must part with some cher ished piece ot real estate in order to do so. No man who dfftnot improve inside property should hold It, so long as thoee who can improve are willing to pay a fair price for it. No citiien of Seattle fboul.i clog the wheels of prog res* now. The managers of the Hnm* In surance Company announce that they will pay all loaeas as >oon as the bank vault* are opened. It la understood that the Seattle and Cascade iusurance oompauies will be equally prompt and the Northweet Fire and Marine In surance Company of Portland has telegraphed that it will meet all losses promptly. If the Kastarn companies do as we 11 as these home institutions are prepared t<»» o, they • ill do much toward relieving the peo)>le of Seattle frern embarrassment. It is hoped that they will adopt a liberal policy and that the losers by the great fire will have their policies paid without delay. mmmmmmmrnm Without exception the banks of Seattle are meeting all demands upon them. With their vaults still un opened, tbey are honoring the orders of thetr depositors and are transact ing busineae as if they bad not juat paia«d through an ordeal of fire. Their promptaeen is doing much to render the burden of disaster lesa bard to Those who are la n«sed should not forge? that meals we -upplied free of charge at the arasory and at the Ta coma relief tent. There is no reason; why anyone in Seattle sheald go hungry. —mmmmmmrnrnrn The Front »trw*t c*Ue line will he el n running aa usual on neat Tuee aeanu •re from Um *»« at la* earns fc> % » £stahlad ti aaJl It wtll tomewMe* be* re It eaa be bwagfct «**. Tar hone* are sate IN NEW SEATTLE Everybody is About to Rebuild. Insurance Men Paying Their Losses. ■ M«tksi» «f Carrylagße lief Work. ••»•••• Mrf Mm f»>|| •T lyßfMky mm* T HIIHIIIH Nutag hi l| irj Tfttlard Taat <«• «»li> ■ Card— mt tbm The streets of feattie la ruius pratf£at a "W net lw lively Mid animatM 11m streets «| geattle la the fnt/flo.h of commercial prosperity. rmm alnntia£ to craning the boundaries of tb«UMfrnt dl* triet an lined with moving thousands of people, and vehicles of all desripUous transporting th«ir goods aad chattels to places of safety, arranging fortbeaecom modatton of ikdr e* eta la teat* and coveting* of a temporary nature, guarding the property that ha* as yet found no ac eommodatioa, removing the debris that has farmed ID the s reets. and eegaged in sash ether occupation* as the great oner geney mvessliates. The burnt dMriet prew-nts a scene of smoking desolation tnat has attracted to SeaMe the visits of many cufJoos people, who flo<k In on t'eambosU ant mllroeda This region la guards day aad iDgftt hy the militia, who have doubt less been the meana of saving from rob bery sad vandalism that property which was not destroyed In the flame*. Hundreds sod thoasands of people who have been tendered homeleas by the dis aster art provided with means by the women of Seattle at the Armory, and with fxxl nnd beds by the Taeoma Relief Bureau. establishe-t at the e.«rner of Third soil l?..tv?rslty. Muehotbdr awomtuoda tion of mis nstare has Ik«u «-*t«bh*he<l la various patt* of the eitjrr* Many norns and turnifl have been tsken up by enter |»ri*in« vendor* of provUion* sad «<dible< and smaller a>tk'les of append, who «lo a heavy bowlness In their various Hue*. The d«5 y -»terday was warmer, and t*a* retulered sa try by the treat man of stn»ke arose from t t rains. The heat, bow ever, wax not swlDcient to caase a ureal degree of discomfort. thoegb the «moke at times we* almost suffocating The prv-araikin* going oa f«»r tfte re- ; batlding of the to an ana the euurege and energy displayed by those wfcuae losses ' have been the heaviest, have twn the ' source of the feel I nil of abiding •ibverful ncss that Is manifested despite the gloomy urro«>:dluga Airangements for the re <»n»tra>*tlou of old structured and the building of mw oues are being earr ed vigorously forward, tad It may be ex pected that wi«bin a week the work of creating the sew Heatt** will have began in taruest, all along the line KBiTTLC IM TUB fVVVftI. fr«|»nU*a« Car Um RaiMiat wf a •pUMM City. So far a* knowa no Important mtnperty owne. who loat la the flames ha* aa Intention not to rvbutld. y&t)>*lhe contrary. there are many had not tnteaded to im prove their propert* for the praaent who now declare It their pur pa»e to begin the work of erecting tub ataatial buatoem blocks at one*. AH classes of bo*ti>eaa interests are to be re eaparated. An earnest of the feeling of the people of Seattle la avtdaaeed tn the following; Tokla*. Singeman ACo received a d'*- patcti ve*te da> from the irm of John B. Par* efi A Co.. of Chtcwro. directing taem to draw to them for any amooni that th- y deaitv A wmdar dtspatoh wa« received from U. B Chafltn * Co., of SewYofk Both of taetw arms are aasoeg the largeat dr« good* houaea In the Ca<u«l #*y* Mr Bally i» at sort. of the Arm ofScnwa baeaer Btotber* it Ok, »'a*ee that hla Brra will a para ao eßbrt that te mrmmn jo enable it la hobi i«a - onty a ma ter of a lew day* nnt'l th a supplying oedeee afcd tojmawa «a«ie wiUbe hold toe geartle. tho ottet wh* •ate dea era at *he el»y «h«aid eqaally nnuaipt. deagtle'a w»eJa*ala trade haa ever U-n one of the greateei «a«tora nwrlty, and that uatfe mu<t not ha hpllt wi be aaved If aw mervbent« wr.-n ere^ Mrretodott. Before a week h«e paa ed thoe ma«t ha «pp»y»ag 'wdew m aawai, •ven thuaga they are dMag buaiae ajn taata and theft good* are It wwald ha harda aa ref ato tha W»de oe luat thaa It will he WbaM « n®*; •**? ander the paa»aat dUaageww eiream oovernor Sqalrr aay» . ***} Bahoia ha ha* wis! ha 'hy m*- *a. r hudt af hrt«*. fear aw*m Ha •ay not balM ,on the tha zizzntt, »S5 c^^^/isiAftSsaS also go ahead with She firms*! Meek, ea WeS-Wayfe* PtMtMl W. ieknteto Bier, arw owi'ding will be mat* jpmmtm scale thaa the aM. Whea mawr&l to available work will com A *taht erow has beeepat to work on «®y c. ruswfi buiidfag. Work will ee**eaaae fee ee hswr until U leewe-i li&Sg^saf •MHiaf *•«*■•■* m aa «m ta m- N.tH.w up a/a»Z* « the ItoVaad pedes of a>m>Woroa*abH»hod. The new batMtegwlU bee law owe then the old. ttoSa «e Korea Brae' leeadry sad meeetae shops Jaw ap DMN; la-araare. CT?;tS»rTrhSSS M to time the «U oae was baraad. Ike sis tow M uSSTmSm ever tram Portland yaMrta aia ehoat raqaidiag Be sayshowiH efcher eattd e tee teak or eaaseeaeWiri toMtaea* tbe rite of ieWr Bortqa teak, earner ofComMwiiol •g* M *! t »e* w » "M a euaaacUl and ettoe bwildtagee too WW el toe Piw tariWtag om Tsatet. Prattasiaary week wfU Jadpi J. * ■eyt»eWwteyl«e*tv*dedt•• teaellf•am W.P. Ladd, of fertkad.dinet lap htmsaocoereaWa.aa rrsas *freet».tt eaet brick balldiwg. I%to"wtß \e te'alt #toetWMA prepemd te riiwain Mr* M. J Peetiee retarded from ITleae bunr yesterday ead immediately hod a ooefsreaca wlrfa her m nfi aboat erecting a Ire story brirk on the rite of the De»ay Nock, te whfeh thfd&Mtrooa blase origi nated. toe decided to bolM and to cob- The clear- Hwtarltewi. P. Boyt aays the eity shoaW'set abuet Wmtahteala* the water Iraafeoota He (aron the forming of a Wa well the eeme wla Man Pouriwo, be yond which private parties ceaaot exWed, the wharvee to be formed by the extension lof die atreets, with dips In between He wfU fire hie entire time and attention to • this matter for the prevent. ! Tne American BaiMinx * Loan Society, of St Panl, has telaemphed to banker* in , this eltv that they hero SIOO,OOO oa band !t>» need for toe rebelldlßf of Seattle. , Every beak le *h« eity baa reeeire aomar ous ntors of thi* aware. Thefawtaatne f wooden btii'ding* will be allowed on the : burnt d'stri" baa inspired eoaflden* ein ' forvien capitalists and bankers here are > confident that MMW can be raised far ! improvement*. W. H. Pnmpbiey telecrapbed to Mr*. Merry» a»erday that be wnuld advise the . re bat Ming of the Wafr block aod tbe ! cracker factory building, *etw*en Sprtog , and Meixra streeta. He Is confident that she will anthoriw hi® Wso ahead with the bnitding aa soon aa teases ere ao)e»ted. I. M Coleman will now oommwfee I work tip >n bis bt* b oek ami an <w<t . bia and Marion. It will be pH-bwl He j will also beild e spietidid briix tt t*e -of aer of Tester and Commti«i»'. tie has informed <»ro«* r Kresck and Hhatsnst KeJ j ie* that he will have the baiiding ready for tbem b> m »re Into In a very short time if he cat ret workmen and material. J A. HaUMd will r-buiH bit vhuvH and wtMouiM tmmadJately. J. J O'Coaner, ofltlmi's, V. Y. t has wired to W» Mfnu <n •»!« city to have n 900000 bnlldlng c«x*ct«d at ones on hi* propertv adjoiuiiij; th« Kenney bock. ' The Kenney bui'dlng wilt be rebuilt upon the aid plan*. and It hi qnlte proba- Me that * an (form block foor atari** Is hight will conp on th* east aide of Pros*, from &>4farioa. Contract)** e«lm*te that (nun 40 to «> per cent, of the brick in the burned «ii*tric» run be u*c«d in fhulUiiM if »t become* n«?ee*»ary. It will rant a* much t-» ri-H theee a* to buy new; but the fact of their being on the ground «*ay r»uw them to be ttmri- J The battle Brick A Tile Company *lll commence MVtilne 111 brick for »everal of the proposed hul dln«a today.fyL lieonrc B. Rittinger talk* of iactvtisinjr the *»«• of bio bu'lding on the corner of South Second snd Washington. He will alto boild a large brlek on Commercial Mr et. Work on the*- Iwjlblißg* will com mence when Mreet lines and gra-.le* arv c« abll*hed T e American BaUdlng and Loan Asaa ciatlon of M(uneapo>t« will loan 9100,000 in Am'tle to a**i*t In rebuilding the city The Lotnba d luve*tn»«'*t company. who here Uaftned large amauat* ia S attic, are rvarfv to fnrn'ah money for the purpose of ft-oaiidlng the eltr The a faith in se«tt'e ha* naver wavered and the de- H*too of thanoitfoany »a« what tnlt'ht been tcipecwl from their established Hie*. oticoow iaraovE»«jrr compakt Manatrer McNeill i>i the Oregon Iro prove mcnt Company w»< yeuerday found in hi* oAce in room* 21 and 22 of the Mailory building, whew ha ha*- located hi* oUce*. Mr. McNeill waa unable to move owing to o*ee-e*eni<w» at the Bre Thurwlay. ■What are yoa going to do?" atked the reporter, • **k n*e what 1 have done. • replied Mr. McKeili. • t «xl I'M tell you. Onr train* are aH rannlag aa *»nal,and we wiU a*c the ha tiding* on the bm»J guaae steep anleaa the TYan»f.-r Company >bjeet>. for ibe present we will only be able to hawtie ■a« niTfr 'n artajr or two we will bring freuht Thia w»U he jnat aa *w»a aa we get* blare to rtore It In. I have JBB m*n at work and we haTe a wharf eighty feet 'oog with a frontage o' 500 feet. It ta aay iat*-a»ioa «r> ennneet thla wit's the >lmi» aa aooa na r*«*lUe Thfr wha-f wil' be uaed by the Parille tv>aai fiearoahip Com pany, aad we wi I mm* aapply tugaand the Or' pig Railway A Navig»ti«>o Cotupany bah w|Tt raw from ttta wk. I aa*e !«aad the McDaaald aw mlil aad wi l at owe berla operating It. ta nineteen or twenty day* I will have the honker* in *«ch ahape that the ahlpiMtt* of «na) will be feaamad. It la th« Intention imam diarchy 'O retwiiid oar trark-, depots, mtila, bnnkar*. wharvea and e»crv*hto« in hcttee •have than ever Owr Inas will feat op he twean sm»m and MUM. Tbv kwe ia folly oweewd by inanmnea." ma rc»aT aocva aaoas Maaaaier I. A. Nadeau, of the P«get gnwwd flhoee Bailtoad Comimay. had ynt- M« m far aa Bafem on hla way to dan Fran aiss*» wbaa ha hsard at the ftra. He at <mce rrtaraed. reach in* bae* yeaseHaf Man- Mtr Bad»aa has craklhM his a4Bea la twM gk aa Bear an btaek. The fndaht o«e* has Waa kmttd la ths ottce of th* larg* |w*nttotta« «f t)M Beat! la Tn nafw Com- IS £ •SKR? £%*."£ ~ S£*S? «W M atoo* n>an4 too*. dr^T".l •»« to W nbailt <>aa better Mil* llu «tr Wore. NWUW4M. mn *" m " W. a Amttseeg.eftfceiiesMiMefiMme CMBMttf, «« Seattle, *aa wa yeatenUy. "*• tieriiei ear oflti Ixteica and wires Ja«tSM aeld Mr. Arm MMMf. "Ibeloae ta roend ntmfaera will tool "»>*» Tw only tk\m thai ■m tMcud wee Iht eatlett horn, tod due ea Mr tor fiJM. We bera^Hk^d^ claoo, aad will re MDM >Mlaaaa fa In ;Srt.*SrJHsy2!S3«*s - •" roe TsaroftAay aouMaea. R Boaenbt-rg, of toa ft rm oi KHae * Rosenberg, WM Mt y«.slexday on gerund **tML Be Mtd MM iw— It vfll utt is to rebcrfldla tola way, wU<* wS bo 100 loag tortbei mnrttMi fcwh. Oar MM is to hHtktmlMilM insteadniallowing it to go to other pUeea. One* lintni joawoojilMO ft to ml«htr hard to «M It MA. lmTynprviikkMMniwM rotate tbo hostnsos, but If too loos • Moto tIM mckuti aro ■LLO—D to MM their MOM too Mrfnw will \io lost to Seattle. "Maw, I d<» aot tool like patting o ealaa Mo stock of goods ioto atonl It telit paoMMo to MM ttfrooi ttltntud a ■itolwußrttoddpnrtll Mt Itakiaae. If too » ere hen i von rilptij to erect good* in tear or In day a. Thta now la concurred la by a large number u( toe ■sirrhast*wbo area»oßgtoo victims of tfeoSro. Tbe council shoald take MM ootioa quickly In this matter, ao toot wo «aa begin business. We will opes to o few da>s at tbe c*>r«er of Sreood and Mala street with o good-alaod stock." atoaa can ex saccaaa. Mr. J. T. Mitchell, aquareyman of Wilke •on county, wit In the city yesterday. tie pronounced untrue the statement that bui ding atone la not to he bad. The Wilkeaon depoalta ate inexhaua'ibk' and easily retched The rock. which la »hat u«ed In Tacoma, Uol lghier color ot>d a trifle harder thjn the I'huckauut atone, matin* a ttflk combination with brick, and betafT it la claimed, a tittle lie ter (or foumifttion*. If the Puget sound Shore ml will co-operate with *h« Not them raeiflc, n»ar wo one line the drpooita lie. in «*t*hiUhinc a 6-e>-nt rate to rfealtle. the qarrtea will ahio all the rock that tbe l&r est poaaibla force of masons <-an lay. The rock which ia used in the H ilkesoa coke oreaa ia entirely un alfctited by heat. The bwlaea men of Dm aJt e can uu>i<>ubt»-dlv secure the ;>rr>r>>eed rates which Mr. Mitchell savs will make Wilkeaou aan«Ut»ue as cheap aaCbtuka nut rotk or a brick. 4)I'AUDI NO TUB CITT. Til* Tkorattk Description vt tkt Vlrat K«(lw«at The t«r.*ito I*l military fore* now on dtty gandlng the VAIIWIHU In «he burnt di-tric t and preventing calamity to team* that might drire in daagerou* UUK ea nam bet tn lint, Held and KtaffJpTWn, hi nee their i>> vtipatlon at * o'cijlrtnT mon ttn' night of li«n underxonejaaartßfTgueand lotw of ataep. Mince > belfuiariy have nor averaged o* ?r tint* an-1« haif h r*ra' rtai in each twenty • 1 aur hour*. Me*nime their aoldlerly rearing awl ac- I UWV in military lartica h*a attracted NOT nntjr the attention but admiration of rega lar army o®eer* and G, X R taea wh'« haw had eip--rtcnee in the fle d and kuoar what good material eon«i*ta of when they met it. A captain of the L\ 8. Infautn, obae ving their atep and alignment wbile on the marcb ycatoday. remarked: 'They behave in a very soldierly man oar. Tneir bearing la equal to the be t in the regular a*rviee, and far superior t • the »tat« ttoopa of California Tno« who bare been c*iied OMt tn Sun Krancitco did not do half ao well aa theae.*' Much of their obaerranne to diiwiplinv ia notceabe in thei- fearing towarda each other, aa an inatano* of thl», Coioael Pane d' Huirry, aa Inspector general, mounted, toak -a the roaudtof the guar.n-rt erva every two b»ura eat" day. V»*»*sr day at i o'clock a. m., M he »a» paaaiug along on 4 ty between the armory o«-ad quaver* end the guard hoate near the imm workn. he waa demounted an<i n quired to fire the cottnteraign, twenty tan by the metnt>er» of the truwb on On y vint aoldier, a member o! company B, SiattiW- Killna, permitted him to paaa h>a po*t on uniform and rank alone. Sat »h« ««cer. after pawing turned and reprimanded the guard for remlMlooa u doty, upon which Me guard brought hi* tayeeet to a charge aad made that < tnc> r dismount and ate« the counter*! go, according to order*. Both did their 'uty after all Th" tn*»pa are joat aa exact leg wtth each o*h«u, when uadar order*, aa w th aay one »lae. Y«*ierday aa eompaay h. Captain Um-n command!**, waa march mg. about f my atroag, on hia retarn from the Jarkiou atreet oatuoata to b« art qaarteta, the eomnacy waa halted thirty umea by the arnttlea on guard at the in terreaing porta, the halta adding an howr to the Una* in ggtm throafh Tfcaguada on duty are relieved ever* foar hour*, at dar direct ion at t e nttrt of th* guard oa rfntr for that iveaweure day. It la contemplated to have three oOcer* of the «a«rd tally iaat**d at oae, the datlc* Mag very ardaona. The <*te*r of t*e day makoe Che graad raw ad at 4 **d 7 o'clock a. m *nd t aad W o'chtek a. m. ar foar ttmea daily. r The aeaaaaita af guarding tfca bwrat dia trtct ta to pcaaaet the nameroa* aafea aad <*har valaaMaa lying cxpoatd la that ra gtott All wma who tavaawad reaaoe *• <*» *heea aad ionk after *sr *6* ta readily «a>aa paaaaa a* ipgllraliira *, OMKT4BIJM C AHb «, FnUowisc la UM mior of rwpftrr C of TMMM. tad G Q| FORI Kfefcrltr. »»« oa <htty vtU CMRIMBJC* I. DagiKtftk* Arm ory. Crt«WC,-qttW»,t. j. Flit*. An* m. f P. Waiafa went* NO. 29.