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pRGSANDHOMES
Btydigions Activity In
J ill Building Lines.
■OTAt. COST, $10,680,461.
EL jjst of Brick and Stone
•junctures Reaches 2,160.
L CESSATION SINCE THE FIRE.
Last Expended Inside the Busi-
I tm District, $5,041,800.
Residence Portion. •3,020,825
I fafearb*, #864,032 Public Improve
■ p«Bts, Ssl6, Bo4—Street Railways and
I fu gad Electric Works, 51,229,000
I ffcs Result Is Magnificent Buildings,
I fatter Streets and Light*, Better
I Hater Service and B tter Transpor
■ tstlos Facilities.
I Jfcere were constructed in Seattle and
during 1880. and arc in coarse of
of |8,930,1i57 was expended.
I record is as follows:
Bniidings.
Expendi-
No. tnre.
■oitMH district, completed 100 $4,126,800
SMseM district, incomplete 15 *915,000
finttidt business district 1,400 3,029,*23
|lburb» 804,052
Total 2,160 #8,935,657
•ft cost when finished, $1,961/)00.
rubric Improvements.
Expenditures for public improvements
|j the city were:
fitsibu;, planking and repairing streets. 1198.C7S
gait bead- 3,4H0
Clcsnlng streets 21,407
ItoMKvers 29,000
Pnr«ldcwiilks snd crossings 14,739
btndiog water mains 200,()00
loita*< pumps and fittings 18,500
fbetUaueous 30,000
IWsl 1515^04
Railroad and Electric Lights.
There was extensive extension of street
: railways and large amounts have been ex
pended in new electric light and power
. tsd gas works, as follows:
(met railways $ 935,000
Btctric lights and gas. 294,000
Total 11,229,C00
Recapitulation.
BoiMinijs $ 8,935,657
B*t work, sewers, etc 515,H04
Iways and electric 1,228,000
Grand total $10,680,461
The record, while not so extended as
that of 1889, is not the less a remarkable
tettimonial of the activity of the city dur
ing the year. The conditions of 1889 were
extraordinary, and the devastation caused
by the lire rendered necessary the im
mediate construction of a great number of
' baildings and the outlay of enormous
rams of money. Construction during the
year, therefore, reached high water mark,
the amazing number of 3,4*35 new build
ing! being the result. It would
have been nntura! to expect a marked ees
lation of operations during the year; but
It did not occur. Daring the entire season
the principal streets of Seattle were lined
with evidences of new construction.
Brick, stone and lumber, and other build
ing material everywhere interrupted traffic
•f the street, and continuous passage for
considerable distances was nowhere possi
ble. Thousands of men were given steady
employment at good wages during the en
tire season. and the disbursement of siyjh
peat sums of money was felt in every lino
of industry. The year has indeed been
one of wonderful activity.
The building energy of the city has not
keen confined to one part of the city. It
has been manifest throughout the entire
residence portion, and in the suburbs—Bal
lard, Fremont, Edgwater, Latoua, Green
Lake, South Seattle, Kirkland and West
Seattle contributing to the total. An im
mense amount of lumber was used, and
•bout 35,000,000 brick. The sum ex
pended for other material—stone, iron,
pressed brick, etc., etc., —was immense.
The character of buildings, business and
residence, is creditable in the highest de-
P**. It is not too much to say that no
j other city of 50,000 inhabitants in
the United States can make such
• remarkable showing of great rows of
business blocks constructed in the most
•rtistio, costly and expensive manner.
■ is u large number of these buildings
that would attract attention in New York.
Joe sij-story Pioneer building of Hon. 11.
, L-\esler is of remarkably line and noble
•ppearunce; the six-story llarrisburg
s block of solid stone, by Mr. W. E. Bailey,
» conspicuously imposing; the office
I building of Judge Thomas Burke is unex
celled in style, nnish or aspect. Amongst
■ew buildings of metropolitan appearance
and admirable tinish may be mentioned
; Occidental block, Starr-Boyd block,
[gy stories; Safe Deposit, seven stories;
' ®l®hington block, six stories; Toklas-Sin
lte*ian block, four stories; Colman block
jnm finished.) tive stories; the Gilmore
•jß'k. seven stories; Ilaller block, live
Jesse \V. George building, six
•■Tries; Butler block, hve stories; Seattle
lP«tional bank (unfinished,) seven
•tories, while the number of three,
| tour and tive-story buildings is so numer-
I ous as to forbid mention. Almost wifhout
I <Sr eption they have been built in modern
| *tvle. with costly and handsome exterior
•fid interior tinish. Public buildings in
clude the stately courthouse, prominently
greeted upon the Seventh street hill. The
winy hotel, nearing completion, upon
Capital hill, is of striking architectural
and altogether is one of the finest
wildings on the PacitiC coast. As a whole,
®e character of Seattle buildings far ex
those of ordinary cities of the size of
v "Wile. They imprest) all visitors with the
■ metropolitan aspect of the city and are a
i stantial monument of the matchless
public spirit and liberality of the people of
Seattle, and of their faith in its continued
prosperity.
Many elegant residences have been
wwteii, and the usual style of dwelling
I Jf neat, tasteful and convenient,
pvat army of home-builders who have
operating in Seattle during three
pars past, are housed in quarters not in
ferior to those of any city in the world. A
through the residence portion of the
flt J wiil pive an idea of the enormous
*u»oui>t of building that has l>e€n done.
taring the year progress was made in
Pii'lic improvements, in the way of grad
*r-2- planking and repairiug streets, in
extending and enlarging the water service,
in laying sewers. All this work is
directly in charge of the municipality.
Ko city is better lighted than Seattle,
particularly in its business portion, Large
during the year
mk »a h jr h r™£ss s
""Proved their
V alread y extensive system of
|BS 5." ly ***** dur
«nH .T ™.»rtjr«tli*et lmles ° f single track
totll Of fort v • ee " f °,, Urthß °* dOUble traok • a
t?ick /rS y J a ? d ° ne " half single
clone iSliit i Ct f ic) built. A
£ss*«&r *• to" 1 —«•
H«tVfif r ns? rto Btate the appended
of building, was obtained by hoase-to
rate h coni P let « and accu-
^ 8 afe in cver y instance aa
furnished by owner or builder, and are
f stJra ates. It will be observed that
care is made to mention those buildings
tioh lLtn 0 a yH com P ,ete . discrimina
and£ * mmoat* " t * «*»"*«»
Buildings Completed.
bu * blk, three stories
and basement, bk and iron. 60x60 Wuah
iugtonand South Fourth... Vl/.. «»4 000
W. H. Maud, bus blk, three stories bk
"tone and iron, 30x111, Commercial new
V \" C , h , OD k bu ? k l *. lour stories and base- 20,000
George Kluncar, bos blk, four stories and
ssswuna- ,ro - ;5 «.
;'
Bus blk, three story and basement, bk, 38,000
Mafn '®° ' *° uth Kecoud «
SchwabacherJßros. «fc Co.',' bus' bik.' four 82,000
%^T mcDt r b , k< ,tone iron .
.' \ eß |® r * n<l Commercial 130,000
nit' er ? tor >' investment Co., bus
blk, three stories and basement, stone,
Geo *» and Cherry.. 66,000
Geo. B. Kittinger, bus blk, four-stories bk
and iron, 72x120, South Second aud Wash
ington an nm
Klttinger-Terry, bus blk, four stories'' and '
basement, bk and iron, 120x120, Commer
cial and Washington 112,000
wi" Kcu y° u - us three stories and
basement, bk and iron, 30x60, Commer
cial and Washingtou 10.400
e t.Soond Fire Clay Co., office, one-story
bk, Jaekson and Commercial 400
H. L. Yesler, bank bldg, two stories and
basement, stone, bk ana iron, 2bx6o, Com
mercial aud Yesler 25 000
Colman Collins, bus blk, three stories, bk '
and in'n, 40x120, Main and Railroad 20,000
McDonald Bros., Imp on saloon bldg, one
story fm. Main aud Railroad 400
G. \\. Hadfield, bus blk. four stories, bk,
stone aud iron, 30x120, Second and Uni
versity 03 000
John Sullivan, bus blk, four stories and '
basement, bk, stoue and iron, 120x111,
r ront nr Cherry 90,000
Dexter Horton, engine bouse, two stories,
bk, 30x50. Second and Cherry 3,000
Guy C. Phinney, bus blk, six stories and
basement, bk, stone and iron, 10-Xlls,
Cherry and Second 200,000
J. 11. Rengstorft, bus blk, four stories and
basement, bk, stone and Iron, 60x111,
Second nr Cherry 50,000
T. D. Hinckley, bus blk, five stories and
basement, bk, stone and iron, 120x I JO,
Second and Columbia 80,000
Estate G. M. Haller, bus blk, six stories and
basement, bk, stone and iron, 60x111,
Second and Columbia 95,000
J. M. Colman, store bid*, two-story fm
and corriiffuted iron, Marlon aud West . 10,000
L. Diller, hotel, four-story, Japnn bk. stone
and iron, 80x90, Front and University... 05,000
James Campbell, bus blk, four stories and
basement, stone, bk aud iron, 30x111,
Front and Marion 40,000
Chris. Schcuerman, bus blk. three stories,
bk. stone und iron, 60x110, Front aua
Columbia 40,000
Toklas, singerman & Co., bus blk. four
stories and basement, bk, stone ana iron,
80x111, Front and Columbia 150,000
Btarr-Boyd, bus blk, four stories and base
ment, bk, stone and iron, 100x120, Front
aud Commercial 90,000
Kline & Rosenberg, bus blk, four stories
and bascmeut, bk, stone aud iron, 30x120,
Front opp Cherry , 42,000
Seattle Safe Deposit Si Trust Co., bus blk,
seven stories, stone, bk and iron, 30x111,
Front nr Cherry 50,000
Pacific Freezing & Cooling Co., cold stor
age warehouse, one and three stories, fm
and corrugated iron, 40x120, West foot
Union 10,000
Stewart, Baxter <fc Bailey, bus blk, three
stories aud basement, stone, bk and iron,
50x120, Front opp Commercial 40,000
W- R. Bailey, bus blk, one story, bk and
iron, 87x120, Second and Yesler 12,000
Richard Holyoke.bus blk, five stories, stoue,
bk and iron, 60x111, Front and Spring . 75,000
Gilmour-Kirkman, bus blk, four stories,
bk, stone and iron, 120x110, Front nr
Union 130,000
Post-Edwards, bus blk, three stories, bk,
stone and iron, 60x110, Front nr Union.. 60,000
Mrs. Lou Graham, business block, three
stories and basement, brick and stone,
40x60 feet, South Fourth and Washing
ton 22,000
Denver Market-Vienna Baker.v,bakcr shop,
one story,bk, 30x60, Madison nr Second. 1,500
D. W. Douthitt, bus blk, four stories, bk,
stone aud iron, 60x100, Second nr Col
umbia 35,000
Gordon Hardware Co., bus blk, five-stories
and basement, bk, stone and iron, 30x111,
Front foot Cherry 30,000
Seattle Heat & Power Co.,engine and boil
er houno, one story, bk, tm and corru
gated iron, Post nr Vesler 15,000
Wright & Sylvian, bus bldg, two-stories,
fm and corrugated iron, Washington
and Railroad 10,000
Stetson At Post Mill Co., bus bldg, two-story
fin 6.500
Bus bldg, two-story fm 3,500
Lumber, sheds, etc.. Commercial nr
Wellor 1,000
W. F. Epler, bus blk, four stories, bk,
stone and iron, 60x108, Second and
Columbia 47,000
H. E. Schmidt, hotel bldg, two stories, fm,
Commercial and Weller 3,500
Joliu Johnson, bus bldg, two-story fm,
Commercial nr Weller 1,500
S. Lonstrom, bus bldg, two-»tory fm, Com
mercial nr Weller : 1,500
Peter Keis. bus bldg, repair, two-storyfm,
Commercial and King 500
Mr. O'Brieu, bus. two-story fm, and piling
and planking for same, Commercial nr
Dearborn • 2,000
Bollong & Annon, barn, two-story fm, and
piling and plankiug for same, Commer
cial nr Dearborn 2,000
Mi Kinnou & Kerr, office, and piling and
planking for same, Commercial nr Dear
born • ■ -•- 2,100
Pmjct Sound Milk Co, imp on store bldg,
two story fm, Commercial ur Dearborn.. 500
Dr. Husscv. bus blk. three stories, bk,
stone and iron, 12<>x60, Pik and Third.. 40.000
Jesse George, Occidental hotel, six stories
ami basement, bk, stone and iron, 66x111,
Second aud Main 95,000
James Nugent, bn-blk, three stories and
basement, bk and iron. 20x110 9,000
James Nugent, bus blk, three stories and
basement, bk and iron, 30xW, \N ashing
ton bet South Second and Third 9,000
Mei'owun & ColHn, bus blk, two stories
ana basement, bt and stone. 20x60 feet,
Washington nr South Third 5,000
Mrs. Man V. McDonald, bus blk, threo
stories, bk, stone and iron, 30x60, Yesler
foot Front 6.500
Sohlessenger «k Brodecfc, bus blk, three
stories and basement, bk and iron, 90x108,
South Third and Washington ■ 30,000
John Collins, bus blk, live stories and
basement, bk. stone and iron, 84x210,
Set ond, Yealer and James . .230,000
Colman-Starr, bus blk, four stories and
basement, stone and bk, 75x120, Com
mercial and Vesler •• 6C.iXX*
Tcrrv Denny ,bus blk.tive stories and base
mcut. bk, stone aud iron, 100x108, Com
mercial nr Yesler .100,000
Bouire-Latimer, bus blk, four stories and
DMsement. stone, bk and iron, lStalll,
Commercial and Main - - • li*>,ooo
Bannigan Smith, bus blk, three stories,
bk and iron, 30x111, Commercial and
Main 26,000
G. WinehiiK bus blk, three stories, bk and
Iron, 4t'xrJD, Commercial and Main 21,000
Lnureu Inge Is, bus blk, three stories, bk.
Iron and cement, 60x120, South Second
and Jackson • 40,000
Harrington & Smith, bus blk. three stories
and basement, 60x155, Washington and
Railroad ": * , 60,000
Mrs. C. M. Sanderson, bus blk, four stones
and basement, bk. stone and iron, 30x100,
S Third aud Yealer - 16,000
Mrs. E. J. Starr, bus blk, four stories and
basement. st»ne, bk and iron. 60x111,
Front and Seneca 80.00U
L. A Griffiitb, bus blk. three stories, stone,
bk and iron. 60x110, Front nr Spring 16,000
John Noves. bus blk. four stories, stone, bk
and iron. 120x1 Jf, Front nr Madison 115,000
Robert Knlpe. bus blk, five stories, stone,
bk and iron. 30x111, Frout nr Madison 40,000
Geo. F. Frye, bus blk. tire-stories, bk, iron
and cement, 120x1 U. Front and Marion. 125,000
M. and K. Gottstein, bus blk. four stories,
bk, stoue aud iron, 60x111, Frout ana
Marion 70 •° OO
Encle-MeElrov. bus b!k. three stories and
basement, bit and iron, 60x90, South
Third nr Washington ■ 24.000
H. L. Yesler, bus blk, six stories and base
ment, stone, bk aud iron, 120x120, Frout
aud James 255,000
Starr estate, bus blk, six atones and base
ment, stone, bk and iron, 60x130, Front
foot Cherry ■ - ..130,000
E. F. W ittlcr, greenhouse. Second and
Madison • 450
Wilber A Johnson, hotel, three story im,
W eller and Second • • < .A®
W. C- Noyle. store bMg, two-story fm.
Weller ur Commercial....
Unknown. barn. two-story frame, weller
ur Commercial - • - ■• ••
Isaac Parker, warehouse, one story, fm,
and corrugated iron, Railroad a\«
THE SEATTLE POST-INTELLIGENCER, THURSDAY, JAMJAKr 1, 1891.
G '^^SL a ' blk * one-story bk, 108xG0,
Second and I Diversity 110,000
J» tr ' bu " b,ks ' three-stories,
, lron - 30*111 each, Commer
*** *«hington and Main 90,000
"****?' b"n» ; two-story fm, Com
mercial nr Weller 500
, i rl' UC j a r an * Bona, addition car
nagc and harness lactory and black
*nitth shop, two-story fm, Weller 1,500
Longshoremen and Riggers' Union, read
-155 * m ®oting hall, one-Btory fm
and corrugated Iron, foot of Main. .... SOO
h i eater, warehouse, one-story ira
■nd corrugated iron, West nr Colum
bia too
John Stockman, warehouse, one-story fm
and corrugated iron, Railroad 800
uo. Harmon, warehouse, one-story tm
and corrugated iron, Railroad 700
' esler, warehouse, one-story fm and

Miles, warehouse, one-story fm and
corrngnted iron. Railroad 800
u. r. « ard, warehouse, two-atory fm and
» w lS ru £f te *? lrou > Commercial fcO
r. w. Woodaman, warehouse, one-story
fm and corrugated iron, Railroad nr
Main 2,400
Commercial Mill Company, warehouse,
two-story fm and corrugated iron, West
nr Marion 2,000
Frauentbal Bros., bus btk, four-stories, bk
stone and iron, 4Uxlll, Commercial and
esler 32,000
Ralph Hopkius, bus bldg, two-story fm and
corrugated iron, 40x110, West foot
University 6,000
Puget Sound Shore Railroad Company,
machine shop, one-story fm. Railroad
*ve 12,000
In Coarse of Construction.
Maud-Bittencourt, bus blk, three stories
with basement, bk aud iron, 12<>xG0, Yes
ler and South Third; expended to date,
, ''LOOO; to cost 30,000
W. H. Maud, bus blk, five stories, stone, bk
and iron. 30x111x30, Washington und
Commercial; expended to date, |30,0U);
to cost 60,000
W. E. Bailey, bus blk, six-stories, stone and
iron, 115xlOS, Second and Cherry; ex
pended to date, 1200,000; to cost 300,000
Schwabucher Bros. & Co., bus blk, four
stories aud basement, bk, stone and iron,
120x120, south Second near Main, ex
pended to date $30,000; to cost 55,000
E. 11. Fisher, bus blk, four stories and
basement, bk and iron, 46x108, South
Second near Main .expended to date $15,-
000: to coal 35,000
Seattle National Bank, bus blk, six storictf
aud basement, bk, stone and iron, I2«x
120, Yesler and South Second; expended
to date $140,000; to cost 200,000
11. L. Yesler, bus blk. six stories and base
ment, stone aud bk, 80x100, Commer
cial and Yesler; expended to date i'AV
000; to cost 100,000
Marshall-Walker, bus blk, four stories,
stone and bk, 11 lxlJO, Commercial aud
Main; expended to date $15,000: to cost 80,000
Dexter Horton, bus blk, seven stories and
basement, stone, bk aud iron, 128x120,
Second aud Cherry; expended to date
$-•0,000; to cost 200,000
J. M. t'olman, bus blk, five and six stories,
bk, stoue and Iron, 240x110, Front and
Columbia; expended to date $150,000; to
cost 250,000
Y. M. C. A., bus blk, with auditorium and
gymunsium in the rear, four stories, bk,
stone and Iron, 00x111, Front near Pike;
expended to date $20,000; to cost 50,000
I.N. Bigelow, bus blk, three stories, bk,
stone aud iron, 00x120, Pike aud Third;
exjiended to date sß,ooo : to cost 35,000
J. Smith, bus blk, six stories, stone, bk
and iron, 50x10s, Second aud James; ex
pended to date $20,000; to cost 85,000
Thomas Burke, bus blk, six and seven sto
ries, bk, stoue and iron, 120x108, Second
aud Marlon; expended to date $180,000;
to cost 250,000
G. Winchlll, bus blk, four-story stone, bk
and iron, tiOxlll, second and Seneca; ex
pended to date $10,000; to cost 82,000
IX THE RESIDENCE DISTRICT.
Vast Array of New Dwellings and Other
Structures.
Following is a complete list of structures
erected in the residence portion ol'the city
and of all buildings in suburbs during the
year:
South of Weller, West of South Second.
11. Bean, bum, one-story fm, Commer
cial nr Dearborn $ 100
P. fctark, burn, one-story fm, Commercial
nr Dearborn 100
C. Stevens, barn, one story fm, Commer
cial nr Dearborn 60
W. Stetson, barn, two-story fm, Commer
cial nr Dearborn 200
McKlunou & Kerr, oflice, one-atorv fm and
piling and planking for same, Commer
cial nr Dearborn 2,000
Unkuown, five dwlgs, oue-story fm, Com
mercial nr Nonnun 5,000
Mr. Jones, dwlg, one-story fm, Commer
cial nr West 1,000
Berber Egan, dwlg, one-story fm, Com
cial nrWest 1,000
Mr. Bittencourt, barn, two-story fm, nr
Cammcrcial and Charles 700
Mr. Collins, store, two-story fm, nr Com
mercial and Charles *>oo
Unknown, barn, two-story fm 7UO
Unknown, four barns, one and one-half
stories, fm, same location 1,200
A. I'. Spalding, dwlg, one and one-half
stories, fm. same location 400
Captain Butler, dwlg, one and one-half
stories, fm, Water nr Charles COO
H. McSorley, bottling works, bldg two
story fm, ${,000; piling, planking, etc.,
000; Water nr Charles— 5,000
C. Kabel, dwlg, oue-story fin, I'lummer... 250
Jones & King, oflice, one-story fm l'O
B.iru, two-story fm wiO
Piling, plankiug, etc, nr I'lummer 4<o
Murphy & Co., barn, two-story fm HOO
Filing, planking, etc, nr Flummer uoo
Hart Lumber Co., mattress fuctory, two
stor.v fm, 50x100, nr I'lummer 2,500
Oflice, one-story fm, Charles 500
Moran Bros., extensions to bldgs raid
wharves, Charles nr Commercial 2,000
San Francisco Bridge Co., warehouse and
black-mith shop, one-story fm, nr foot
Charles 1,000
Fabre & Ifartwig, boat-house, two-story
fm, foot Charles 1,200
Allen & Nelson, office and smokehouse,
two-story fm, nr foot Charles. :»K)
Soap factory, one story fm, same location. 1,000
Herman Meyers, glue factory, one-story
fm. Commercial nr Dearborn 2,000
M. S. Bittencourt, warehouse, one-story
fm, same location 2,000
Between Third and Twelfth.
H. M. Brown, double tenement, two-story
fm, Twelfth and B 2,000
F. llankey, dwlg, three-story fm Tenth
and Dearborn 2,000
David Bigelow. double tenement, three
story fm. Ninth and Pine 7,500
Thomas Boyd, dwlg, two-story fm
with bk foundation. Ninth and Seueca.. 8.000
W. W. Swank, dwlg, two-story fm, Sutter.. 4,000
Otto Ranke, dwlg. two-story bk and stone,
Madison and Tenth, incomplete; to
cost <45,000. expended to date 20,000
Fire department headquarters, two-story
bk and stoue. Columbia aud Seventh. 25,000
Board of education oflice, onc-story bk,
seventh and Columbia 3,500
Fred Woodsman, barn, two-story fm, Sev
enth and University 500
Catholic school bldg, two-story fm, Sixth
and ltattery 4,000
Home Elet trie Co. power-house, two-story
bk, 100x120 * 30,000
J. F. McNaught, row of tive tenements,
two-story fm, Columbia and Sixth. 22,500
Catholic sehool building, two stories and
basement, bk, Spring and Sixth L\too
E. M. Carr, row of three tenements, two
tory fm. Fifth and senecae 8,500
W. 11. Pumphrey, double tenement, two
story fm with bk foundation, Sixth
and Union 5,000
Towlc a Wilcox, double tenement, two
story fm. Sixth and Union 5.500
N. H. Latimer, dwlg, two-story fm,
Fourth and James 5,000
North Seattle Baptist church, one story
fm, Third aud Cedar 5,000
First christian church, imp, Seneca aud
Third 1,000
Fire engine house, two-story fm, Third
and Pine 7,000
Geo E. Budlong, row of three tenements,
two-story fm. Columbia and Eighth 5,200
J. K. Allen-McMillan <fc Co., double dwlg,
three story fm, Eichth and Marion.. . . 5,000
J. D. Low man. double tenement, two-story
fm, Spring and Seventh 6.000
Fire engine house, two-story bn, Bat
tery and Fourth 12,000
Plummer hotel, two-storv fm, 120x120,
Third and Union . 20,000
Chamber of Commerce bldg, imp, Thtrd
and Columbia 1,200
J. William Adams, dwlg, two-storv
fm with stoue basement; and barn,
two-story fm with stone basement,
Tenth and Marion: incomplete; ex
pended to date. $10,000; to cost 15,000
J. F. Cordray Theater Co., theater and
auditorium, two-storv fm, Madison and
Third 35,000
J. H. Bridge, store bldg, two-story fm.
Yesler and Sixth 10,000
Orth & Gilbert, hotel bldg, three story im,
Main and Fifth 9.000
James Campbell. r>«w of three tenements,
two-story fm with stoue foundation,
Spring and Eleventh 8,000
Miles t.alliher,dwlg,twostory fm. Fourth
nr Pike 2,000
Julius Wagert. add to saloon, one story
fm. Fourth and Yesler 1,500
Kindergarten, add, one-story fm, Beii and
Third ioo
J. M. Wheeler A Co.. add to wood-working
factory, two-story fm. Vine aud Third... 650
FrankJße< k.dwljr,one and-a-hali-story fm,
Ihira and Clay . . 400
G. Borrell, butcher (hop. one-story fm,
Ciav aud Third 75
H Sptsgie, imp* on dwlg, two-story £m,
Lenora and Fifth 1,800
J. P. Morris, double tenement, two-ntcry
fra 6,000
Pwls. two #t»ry fm. Lenora and Fourth. '.',000
J. 11. Hilton, dwljr. two-story Ira with fck
basement. Fourth and Lenora 6,500
Mr. Ueweliyo, row of three tenements,
t\vo-atc:y au, Fouxtb u4 Fine 4^oo
J. G. Meager, dwlg. two-story fm ....# 2*500
Dwlg, one-story im, Fourth and Wa11... l r W
Anderson & Anderson, store, two-story fm,
Fourth and Pike., 1,000
E. (J raff, double tenement, one-and-a-half
story fm. Fifth nr Lenora 800
E. H. Reynolds, double tenement, two
story fm, Fifth nr Battery 8,500
Mr. Godfrey, double tenement, two-story
fm, Fifth nr Battery 4,500
John Stadlman, row of fire tenements,
two-st<>rv fm, Fourth and Clay 8,400
E. B. Maple, dwlg, two-story fm, Wall and
Fourth 2^oo
Mrs. M. S. Cheasty, double tenement, two
stories with basement, fm. Fifth nr Pike 5,200
American Laundry Co.,laundry bldg,two-
story fm, Fifth nrPikc. 700
W. K. Andrews, dwlg, two-story fm,Fifth
nr Pike 1,600
J. Franklin, double tcuement, two-story
fm, Fifth nr Lenora 4,700
Allen Dow, dw!g, three-story fm 3,500
Double tenement, two-story fm 5,500
Dwlg, one and one-hall story fm, Lenora
and Fifth 1,500
Nicholas George, imps on lodging-house,
three-story fm, Cherry and Bixth 1,600
Mrs. R. C. Crawford, dwlg, two-story fm.. 3,000
Add to dwlg, one-story fm, Union and
Bixth 500
R. C. Crawford, dwlg, two-story fm, Union
and Sixth 700
W. c. Hawthorne, row of three tenements,
two-story fm, Fifth and Union 4,200
Wlntermute <fe Frankland, stone, one
story fm, Pike snd sixth 130
John (iraf, hotcl.three-story fm,(destroyed
by landslide) Terrace and Sixth 3,000
George E. Clancy, barn, one and-a-half
story fm, James and Fifth 250
Fred Whilhelm, dwlg, two-story fm,
Wxtb aud James 2,000
Henry Lohse, dwlg, two-story fm with
bk basement, James and Seventh 3,000
Hnnley Wellmau, row of three tene
ments, two stories with basement, fm,
Cherry aud Sixth 6,000
Fred Oes, add to dwlg. tbree-story fm 300
Dwljr, one-and-a-half-story fm, Eighth
nrKlnir SOO
N. A. Catts, restaurant, one-story fm, Sev
enth and Weller 250
Unknown, store, one-story fm, Seventh
and Weller 475
Harry Saunders & Co., saloon, one-story
fin, King and Sixth 1,000
Sing Hop, store, two-story fm, Fifth and
Vj asbiugton 1,000
Geo. F. Smith, converting basement of
dwlg into storeroom, Yesler and Sixth.. 900
F. Conway, shoemaker shop, one-story fm,
Dearborn and Eighth 150
Mrs. Margaret Sidney, imps on dwlg, three
story Im, Eighth and King 1,200
Campbell Bros., double tenement, two-sto
ry fm, Eighth and King 4,300
H. C. Smithson.two double tenements,
two-story fm, Eighth and Main 2,000
Store bldg, two-story mf, Fifth and
Depot 2,200
P. B. Bowers, hotel, three-story fm,
Sixth and Olive 8,500
Unknown, dwlg, one-story fm, Ninth
and King 100
O. B. Austin, dwlg, one-story fm, Ninth
and King 150
J. D. Scott, dwlg, one-story fm, Ninth,
ur King 150
F. S. Austin, dwlg, one-story fm, Ninth,
ur Weiler 200
John Olson, dwlg, two-story fm with
bk foundation, Dearborn and Ninth 1,500
Mrs. A. M. Smith, dwlg, three-story fm,
Sixth nr Battery 2,800
J. W. Edgeomb, dwlg, two-story fm with
stone foundation, Sixth nr Battery 15,000
G. A. Taylor, dwlg, three-story fm, Sixth
and Blanchaid 1,800
D. G. Benzeuhofer, two dwlgs, one-story
fm, Sixth and Blauchard 1,200
Miss Mary Moen, dwlg, three-story fm,
Sixth ur Virginia 1,700
O. D. Gaff, dwlg, one-story fm, Olivo and
Twelfth 1,500
First German M. E. church, one-story fm. 2,600
Parsonage, two-story fm, Depot and
Thirteenth 1,300
F. IL Davis, dwlg, one-story fm, Twelfth
and Olive 800
Isaac Blomquist.dwlg, two-story fm.Thir
teentluiud Depot. 1,500
G. L. Muuning, dwlg, two-story fm, Sixth,
nr Depot 3,000
Charles O'Dounell, dwlg, two-story fm,
Sixth, nr Depot 1,500
J. Gladden, dwlg, one-story fm, Summit
and Depot 150
John Sugmaster, double tenement, two
story fm, Depot nr Summit 3,000
F. A. Whittier, two dwlgs, one-story fm,
Thirteenth ur Depot 400
C. A. Curtis, dwlg, one-story fm 200
Carpenter shop, one-story fm, Thirteenth,
nr Depot 100
Unknown, two dwlgs, one-story fm, Thir
teenth nr Depot 300
Unknown, dwlg, one-story fm.Twclth and
Pine 500
Charles Frisell, dwlg, one-story fm 850
Barn, two-story fm, Fourteenth near
Pike 150
G. H. Wright, dwlg, two-story fm, Four
teenth near Pike 3,000
August Scheele. dwlg, one-story fm, Four
teenth and Pike 800
M. A. Schwab,dwlg, two-story fm, Summit
near Dep0t....,,... 3,000
C. Meldner, dye works, one-story fm, Elev
enth and Stewart. 400
Stein & Bronley, dwlg, one-story fm, Elev
enth and Stewart 500
J. L. Langworthy, dwlg, one-story fm,
Eleventh and Stewart 1.50
8. T. Knipe, store bldg, two-story fm 8,000
Dwlg, two-story fm, Howell and
Eleventh 1,000
F. G. Cady, dwlg, two-story fm, Howell
and Eleventh 800
John llollan, dwlg, two-story fm, Olive
and Eleventh 900
John Bloom, four dwlgs, one-and-a-half
story fin. Seventh ur Bell 4,000
Fred Cook, dwlg, one and a half story fm,
Bell aud Seventh 1,000
J. W. Hendrix, addition to dwlg, two
story fin, Stewart and Eighth 650
A. J. Mcintosh, dwlg, two-story fm,
Eleventh and Stewart 1,500
Mrs. E. B. Lombard, double tenement,
two-story fm, Stewart and Eleventh. ... 8,000
J. R. Andrews, dwlg, two-story fm, Stew
art ami Eighth 1,500
Store bldg, two-story fm, Seventh nr
Stewart 2,000
Two-story bldgs, one-story fm, same lo
cation 700
Mrs. John Christopher, two-story dwlgs,
one-story fm, Seventh and Leonard 700
A. Simons, row of three tenements, two
story fm, Seventh and Leonard 4,000
Wilfred Monroe, dwlg, one-story fm, Sev
enth and Blauchard 400
E. P. Hill, double tenement, two-story
aud basement, fm, Columbia and Sev
enth 4,300
B. F. Briggs. row of five tenements, two
story fui, Spring and Seventh 6,000
M. L. Isaac, dwlg, one-story fm, Seventh
nr Union 2,000
N. B. Peterson, double tenement, three
stnry fm 3,000
Two dwlgs, one-story fm, Seveuth nr
Pine 750
John Lemon, double tenement, two-story
fin, Seventh nr Pine 4,500
A. 11. Scovill, dwlg, one-and-a-half-story
fm, Ninth nr Viginla 600
W. H. Gleason, double tenement, two
story fm. Seventh and Washington 4,500
Double tenement, three-story fm with
bk foundation, Washington nr Seventh. 5,500
Johu Wencier. dwlg, two-story Im with
bk foundation, Seventh and Cherry 3,500
Nicholas George, roller skating rink, one
storv fm, Seventh nr Cherry 1,150
J. M. Ryan, dwlg, one-story f'm, Ninth and
Howell : 250
B. B. Freed, imps on dwlg, two-and-a-half
story f in, Ninth and Olive 400
M. H. Brasen, imps on dwlg, three-story
fm. Pine and Ninth 1,500
Mr. Pelman, imps on dwlg, three-story fm,
Ninth and Pike 800
Lytle iV Haw ley, two dwlgs, two-story fm,
Tenth nr Union 7,000
A. N. McArthur, imps on dwlg, two-story
fm, Pine and Tenth 300
J. D. Andrews, double tenement, two-story
fm. Ninth aud Virginia 3,000
C. G. Johnson, dwlg, two-story fm, Ninth
and Stewart 1,500
N. G. Clarke, store bldg, two-story im,
Ninth and Stewart 2,000
C. Geertsen, store bldg, two-story fm,
Ninth and Stewart. 1,000
C. C. Plough, store bldg, three-story fm,
Ninth and Howell 4,500
Henry Bowen, store bldg. three-story fm,
Ninth and Howell 3,000
Anheuser-Busch Co.. bldg for bottling,
office, etc., two-story fm, Eighth and
Olive 6,500
William Jensen, imps on four dwlgs, two
story fm. Eighth nr Depot 2,000
C. G. Jaceer, double tenement, two-story
fm. Eighth nr Depot 2,200
Mr. Nelson, double tenement, two-story
fm. Eighth nr Depot 2,600
P. Sculliu, two dwlgs, two-story fm, Jack
son and Eleventh 6,000
M. P. McDonald, dwlg, one-story fm,
Eighth and James 300
A. S. Lotty. double tenement, three-story
tro. Eighth and James 7,000
Trinity Guild hall, oue-story fm, Cherry
iir.d Eighth 1,800
James Caspers, row of four dwlgs, two
story fm, Columbia and Eighth 4,500
H. F. Nommensen, dwig, three-story fm
with bk foundation. Eighth and Marion. 8,000
J. A. James, row of three tenements, two
story fm. Marion nr Tenth 5,600
John sporck, dwlg, two-story im, Eleventh
nr Marion I.SOO
Mrs. Kate A. Ma , dwlg, two-story fm.
Tenth and Marion . 2.400
Mrs. J. D. Sackman, dwlg, two-story fm, 6.000
Bam, two-story fm: Ninth and Cherry . 400
Charles Ebbinghons, dwlg, two-story fm,
Ninth and Jefferson ... 2,000
E. O. Graves, dwlg. two-storv fm. with bk
foundation. Jefferson and "Twelfth .. 6,500
J. G. Scurry, dwlg. two-atory, stone and
fm. James and Tenth. Incomplete; to
cost, 13'.W0. expended to date 15,000
Ben HazeUine, George H. Heilbron,
double dwlg, two-story fm. Terrace nr
E'eTenth 9,000
W. V. Eidrrd. dwlg, two-story fm, with
stone foundation 3,500
Bi.rn, two-story fm, Ninth and Cherry.. 500
Mr>. Helen Grot, four double tenements,
two story fan, Eleventh and Washing
ton Xi^XJO
Jack Rocs, dwl«, two-story frn I 1,400
Dwlg, two-story fm, Eleventh and Dear
born 4M
Jacob Furth, dwlg, two-story fm with bk
foundation. Ninth and Terrace 12,000
Fire Engine house, two-story fm, Main
and Tenth 7/tiO
Mrs. Jctte Davis, row of five tenements,
Eleventh and Main 11,000
King county courthouse, three stories,
etoue, bk and iron, Eighth and Alder. In
complete; to cost 1220,000; expended to
. dutc 170,000
Isaac Parker, dwlg. two-story fm with
stone basement. Eighth and Seneca, in
complete; to cost #12,000; expended to
date 2,000
P. B. St. Miller, dwlg, two-story fm, Co
lumbia nr Twelfth 7,000
W. A. Robertson, double tenement, two
story fm, James and Tenth 6,000
Unknown, three dwlgs, two-story fm,
Ninth and Cherry 2,500
P McGlnniss, donble tenement, two-story
fm, Weller and Tenth 3,000
Nick ilauna. add to dwlg, two-atory fm,
King nr Eleventh. CfiO
J. Barrett, dwlg, two-story fm 500
Dwlg, one-and-a-half-story im. King and
Eleventh 300
Fred Scholpp, dwlg, one-story fm, Tenth
and B 300
Jan. Uogart, dwlg, one-and-a-half-story fm.
Tenth and Norman 800
Washington Iron Works Co., pattern shop,
storeroom and office, two-story fm,
Grant and B 1,000
H. D. K. Hadenfeldt, cooper shop, one
storv fm, Eighth and B GOO
Emil Heiny, Imp on dwlg, two-story fin,
Eleventh and Dearborn 150
H. A. Webster, three dwlgs.one-and-a-half
story frn, Tenth and Weber 2,400
Mr. Brooks, dwlg, one-story fm, Twelth
nr Charles 100
J. lrvin, dwlg, one-story fm, Eleventh and
B 400
Robert Greenslade, dwlg, two-story fm, B
and Eleventh 700
Cotterell & Co., store bldg, one and a half
story fm: four dwlgs, two-story fm,
Tenth and B 2,500
Peter Kodeh, dwlg, one-story frame, B and
Tenth 150
A. R. I'inyan, store big, one-story fm,
Tenth and B 200
Louis ltennick. butcher shop, one-story
fm, Tenth and B 110
Christian Gabriel, dwig, two-story fm,
Eleventh and Dearborn ano
Thomas Bos man, dwlg, one-story fm SSO
Hugh Tierney, dwlg,one-story fm, Twelfth
and Norman 500
Daniel Mahoney, add to dwlg, and ouc
and-a-halt story fm, Twelfth 500
Henry Smith, dwlg, one-story fm, Twelfth
and Plutnm«*r 400
Johu MelliiiKton, dwlg, one-story fm,
Twelfth and Charles 150
Michael Mayotick, dwlg, one-story fm,
Twelfth nr Charles 100
James uuinn, store bldg, two-story fm,
Twelfth and Dearborn 2,000
Robert Fitzhoney, dwlg, two-story fm,
Eleventh and Dearborn 2,000
Charles Carlson, add to dwlg, one-story
fm, Eleventh aud Dearborn 1 j0
Jas. Morrison, two dwlgs, two-story fm,
Eleventh and Dearborn 2,000
R. C. Morrison, dwlg, two-storv fm, 1,000
Dwlg, two story fm, Eleventh and Dear
born CCO
H. L. Yesler. dwlg, one-story fm. Yesler
and Eleventh 500
James Gleason, double tenement, two
storv fm, Jackson and Twelfth 5,300
Mrs. M. G. Reitze, dwlg, one and-a-half
story fm, Lane and Twelfth 900
A. A- Peterson, dwlg, two-story fm, Lane
and Twelfth 1,200
James Newman, dwlg, two-story fm,
Twelfth and l.ane 1,500
H. L Yesler, dwlg, one-story fm, Yesler
nr Eleventh 500
East of Twelfth and South of Depot.
Day Nursery, two-story fm, Madison nr
lloughston 3,800
G. A. Rclcii, dwlg, two-story fm, Kinney
and Kuight 2,000
J. McDonnell, dwlg, two-story fm, Kinney
nr Knight 1,000
Mrs. Anna Hope, dwlg, two-story fm,
Broadway and Knight 1,500
Samuel Ramsey, dwlg, two-story fm with
stone foundation, Marion and Twelfth.. 9,000
Ellen D. Bacon, row of three tenements,
two-story fm. Twelfth and Weller 10,000
W. S. Rltman, three dwlgs, two-story fm,
Honghston and Wilfred 3,500
School bldg, two-story fm with bk base
ment, Chestnut and Division 20,000
M. F. Backus, dwlg. two-story fm with
stone foundation, Jefferson and Twellth. 6,500
Fruitvale Rose Company, greeuhouse, fm,
Divisiou nr Madison 1,000
D. J. Tolbot, imps on dwig and basement
fitted up for store room, Madison nr
Randolph 2,000
James Street &. Trunk Line Railway Com
pany, power-house, two-story bk, Broad
way and Jessie 22,000
Mr. McCabe, two dwlgs, one-and-arhalf
story fin, Madison nr Uoughston 2,800
Robert Albin, row of six tenements,
two-story fm, Alton and Main 6,000
Market street school bldg, two-story fm
with bk basement, Market and Lane 21,000
Behool bids, two-story fm with bk base
ment, Hush. 4,500
A. M. Cadiau, double tenement, two-story
fm, East and I.ake 3,500
Seattle City Railway Co., pavilion, two
story fm, Lake Washington nr Yesler... 25,000
Lewis Bruns, dwlg, two-story fm, Lake
View and \esler 1,800
8. B. Hicks, double tenement, two-story
fro, Green nr Jackson 6,500
P. J. Allen, dwlg, one-story fm, East nr
Eaton 550
J. Iluff, dwlg, one-story fm, East nr
Eaton 650
H. 8. Turner, dwlg, one-story fm, East nr
Eaton 550
Chemical fire cnjrine-hou.se, two-story fm,
with bk foundation, Terrace and Broad
way 6,.T00
W. R. Ballard, dwlg, two-story fm with bk
foundation 0,000
Barn, two-story fm, and other imps, Col
umbia and Twelfth 1,000
Unknown, dwlg, one-story fin, Knight &
Rose's 250
Mrs. \V. P. Armitage, dwlg, two-story fm,
Kinney Filbert 2,500
Andrew Johnson, dwlg, one-story fm, Kin
ney and Filbert 1,600
\\. E. Williams, dwlg, onc-and-a-half
story fm, Kinney and Madison 1,200
C. Scott, imps on dwlg, one-story fm, Kin
ney and Madison 3f>o
H. A. Fredrick, dwlg. two-story fm 3,000
Barn, one-and-a-half-story fm, Joy and
Division 300
John Jehle, three dwlgs, two-story fm,
Rose and Division 2,700
M. R. Galloway, dwlg, one-story fm, Jones
nr Division 2,000
Henry Kills, dwlg, three-story fm, Rose
and Eilbert 3,500
Jacob stavik, dwlg, one-story fm, Rose
and Knight 100
H. E. Kronnick, dwlg, one-and-a-half
story fm. Cloverdale 1,2C0
Fred Sanders, dwlg, one-story fm, nr
Cloverdale 750
Mrs. A. M. Stich, dwlg, two-story fm with
bk foundation, Joy and Blakely 3,500
P. P. Carroll, dwlg, two-story fm, Joy and
Blakely 5,000
Mrs. Caroline Stevens, dwlg, two-story im,
Joy and Blakely 3,000
L Monheiiner, dwlg, two-story fm, Chest
nut and Mastick 4,000
J. Biuswaucer, dwlg, two-story fm, Chest
nut and Mastick 4,000
J. P. Thompson, dwlg, two-story fm, Hyde
and Mastick 6,000
M! nr Ida Springstead, dwlg, two-story fm,
Hvde ana Mastick 2,000
Fred dwlg, one-story fm, Clara
ur Mastick 600
Conent <k West, double tenement, two
story fm, Chestnut nr Knight 3,500
J. B. C. Loekwood, dwlg. one-and-a-half
story fm. Chestnut ami Division 2,500
I. W. Blugh:;m, dwlg, two-story fm, Chest
nut and Division 1,500
William L. Ellls,dwg,one-and-a-half-story
fm, Division and Chestnut 3,000
N. H. Thediuga, dwlg, two-story fm, Cheat
nut and Division 2,400
Barn, one-and-a-hall-story fm, same loca
tion. 200
P. P. Shaw, dwlg, one story fm, McCiaii
nr Willow 1»?00
A. S. Hull, dwlg, one-story fm, llj de and
Knight 250
L. St<x kin, dwlg, one-and-one-half story
fm. Hyde and Knight 300
Henry Biersuer, burn, one-and-one-half
story im, Joy and Edes 200
Samuel Kronnick, double tenement, two
story fm. Chestnut nr Knight 3,500
Edward Brnhst. dwlg, one-Btory fm, Ran
dolph and Edes • 300
D. E. van Dyke, dwlg, one-story fm, Wil
low and Jones <OO
F. Keller, dwlg. one-story fin, Willow tnd
Jones 50
L. A. Barbee, dwlg, one-story fm,Chestnut
and Edes 185
A. S. Hanson, dwlg, one-story fm, Ches
nnt and Edes P®
Miohael Ryan, dwlg, two-story fm,
Chestnut and Edt-s TOO
L. M M.ithing. dwlg, one-storv fm,
Chestnut and Edes
James Curtis, two-story fm, Jessie nr
Broadway ••• 500
J. L. Jenkins, dwlg, two-story fm,
Houghton nr Weiler If ßoo
James Hamlin, dwlg, one-story fm, Will
iamson nr Wilford v., —
Wesley Todd, dwlg, one-story fm,W illiam
•on nr Wilford 800
J. D. Meenarh. owlsr. one-story fm, >\ill
iamsnn nr Wiifqrd 1»200
Chas. Barton, imps on dwlg. three-story
fm, Washington ur Twelfth 1.000
Wm. Delfel, row of three tenements, one
story fnu. Washington and Twelfth 2,500
Mrs. Sarah Schusinger.dwlg. two-story fm,
Washington nr Twelfth 2,500
E. iroodraan, row of three tenements, two
story fa, Yesler and Thirteenth —-• 5,000
Stetson Bros., add to store, one story fm,
and other imps, Yesler and Thirteenth.. 600
John Wi'.non. double tenement, two-story
rm with bk foundation, Main and
Twelfth -••- 'rjfiO
W. H. H. Green and J. H. Parting, douole
dwlg. two-story fm. Main and Twelfth . 5,500
Geo. Haisch, four «iwlgs, two-story im
» ilh bk foundation, Main nr EuurteenUi 9,UX>
James Sloan.dwig. two-story fin, Chestnut 9 2,000
J. M. Rosenberg, «tw!g, two-storv fra with
bk foundation, Washington and Twelfth. 5,000
Mrs. Genlveve Fairsr, dwlg, two-story fm
with bk foundation, Washington and
Twelfth 3,000
Mrs. Caroline E. Hall, row of three tene
meuts, two-story fm, Jackson and Four
teenth 5,000
Taylor & MeCarter, adds to double dwlg,
one-story fm, Weller and Twelfth 500
George W. Bray, two dwlgs, two-»tory fm,
teller aud Fourteenth 3,200
Estate of W. c. Hill, row of six tenements,
two-story frame with bk basement,
Twelfth and Main 30,000
Double tenement, two-story fin with bk
basement, Main nr Fourteenth 7,500
G. G. Severance, dwlg, two-story fm, Jack
son and Twelfth 1,000
George F. Dearborn, dwlg. one-and-one
half-story fm, Fourteenth nr Grand 1,000
J. A Johnson, dw.g, two-story im with
bk basement. Fifteenth nr Grand 5,000
E. Atwood, dwlg, two-story fm with bk
foundation, Fifteenth nr Pine
E. Atwood, barn, two-story fm, same loca
tion ;. SSO
George Boynton. dwlg, two-story ifm, Six
teenth and Bay View 8,000
Thomas Flynn, dwlg, two-story fm, lane
and Twelfth 1,600
Richard Fitzpatrlek, dwlg, two-story fm,
Fourteenth and King 1,000
John. Thayler, store bldg, two-story fm,
Jackson and Fourteenth 2,500
*-H- Wilson, add to dwlg, two-story fm,
>v cller and Fifteenth. 500
Puget Sound Brick, Tile and Terra Cotta
Works, barn, two-story fm 1,000
OAee, sheds, etc., I*ne and Fifteenth.. 500
John Wood, double tenement, two-story
fm, Fourteenth and Weller 3.500
Robert Croft, dwlg, two-story fm, Barclay
and Williamson 2,500
Dwlg, two-story fm, Houghston and Bar
clay 550
E. Gardner, dwlg, one-story fm, William
sou and Prince William 250
C. A. Graham, dwlg, one-story fm, Wil
liamson and l-ake TOO
P Vinntonn rUi-l» .*. —T _— j
"• Kinnfgan, dwlg, two-story fm, Lake and
Williamson 1,200
C. Hint, dwlg, one-story fm, Williamson
and Lake 700
Edward Stewart, dwlg, one-story fm, Ran
dall and Rose 200
Matthew Houlihan, dwlg, one-nnd a-haif
btory fm, Eaton and Houghton 1,000
J. D. Morgan, dwlg, one-story fm, Hough
ton and Eaton 1,000
Unkuown, dwlg, two-story fm, Houghton
and Eaton 900
Joint Kenny, dwlg, one-story fm, Hough
ton and Battery 1,900
G. W.Gove, dwlg one-story fm, William
son and Battery 1,000
Davis &. Buttery,"imps on dwlg, two-story
fm too
Barn, two-storv fin, Joy and Lake 300
R. Wilton, two dwlgs, two-story fm, Rose
ni Yule 2,100
C. W. Law ton, dwlg, one-story fm, Lake
and Sixteenth 1,000
H. M. Harper, dwlg, one-story fm, Prince
William 250
E. Cullity, dwlg, one-and-a-half-story fm,
Prince William and Rose 700
Unknown, dwlg. one-story fin, Rose and
Prince William 150
W. N. lttdtield, double tenement, two
storv lm, Joy and I,ake 8,300
S. Brisco, dwlg, two-story im, Chestnut
and Lake 700
W. B. Larimer, barn, one-and-a-half
story fm, nr Chestnut 300
John Cort, bain, one-and-a-half-story fm,
Yesler and Chestnut 500
J. K. Brcon, dwlg, one-story fm, Lake and
Joy 1,200
Frank Chavot, dwlg, two-story fm, Lake
and Joy 1,000
Mrs. titration, dwlg, two-story fm, Joy
end Luke 1,500
Mr. Readenger, dwlg, two-story fm, Chest
nut 1,200
W. E. tfc E. W. Jones, dwlg, two-story fm,
Chestnut and Prince William 1,500
Mrs. Hewett, dwlu. two-story fm, Chest
nut and Prince William 2,000
New England and Northwestern Invest
ment Co., two double tenements, two
story fm, Chestnut near Lake 0,600
Double tenement, two-story fm, Joy and
l.ake 3,-300
Store and double tenement, two-story
fm, same location 4,500
Dwlg, two-story fm, same location 2,000
G. B. I'eavey, dwlg, one-and-a-half-story
fm, East and Lake 700
John M. Teuny, three double tenements,
two-story fm with bk foundation, Squire
and Lake 20,000
Mrs. A. Baatz, impt on dwlg, one-story fm,
Squire and Lake 450
Charles S wen sen, dwlg, two-story fm,
l.ako and Squire 2,650
8. Lawrence, dwlg, two-story fm, Lake nr
Squire 2,300
J. Sutherland, dwlg, two-story fui, Prince
William and McClair 1,000
Dwlg, one-story fm, same location. 600
George W. Nash, dwlg, two-story fm,
Prince William and East 1,200
Edward N. Atwood, dwlg, one-and-a-half
story fm. Prince William and Clara 1,500
Dr. Ramsey, two dwlgs, two-story fm,
Clara and Prince William 8,600
Mr. Chase, four dwlgs, one and a half
story fm, Prince William and Clara 2,800
Dwlg, one-and-a-half-story fm, East and
Lake 700
Henry Symons, dwlg, one-story fm, Mc-
Clair 150
P. G. Copp, dwlg, one-story fm, McClair... 100
F. R. McLaren, dwlg, two-story fm, Mc-
Clair and Eden 900
W. T. Sauls, dwlg, one-and-a-half-story
fm, McClair and Eden 900
Mr. Wilson, dwlg, one-and-a-half-story
fm. McClair and Eden 900
W. Wei I in, dwlg, one-and-a-half-story fm,
McClair and Eden 900
B. J. Boutwcll, dwlg, one-and-a-half-story
fin, East 650
William Noyes, dwlg, one-story fm, East.. 750
Wiekersham <4: Wickers ham, two dwlgs,
one-and-a-half-story fra, East aud Eaton 1,800
M. Welch, store bldg, two-story fm, Mc-
Clair and Eaton <XV)
J. Dyer, dwlg, one-story fm, McClair 100
Mr. Coleman, tfwlg, one-story fm 150
John Segle, two dwlgs, onc-and-a-half
story fin 1,000
Dwlg, one-and-a-half-story fm, same lo
cation 400
Barn, one and a half-story fm, same lo
cation 100
M. B. Ilardie, dwlg, oue-story fm 150
Burn, one-story im, McClair 50
Richard Malmgren, dwlg, two-story fm,
East and Remington 700
C. C. MeGrath, dwlg, one-story fm, sains
location 150
Thomas McMulleu, dwlg, two-story fm,
Crawford and Lewis 750
Peter Reunion, dwlg, one-and-a-half-story
fm, Cruwiord and Lewis 800
Fred Handera, dwlg, one-and-a-half-story
fm,Crawford and Lewis 800
R. K. Orchard, dwlg, one-story fm, Win
dom 200
11. E. Gangban, dwlg, one-story fm, Win
dom 200
James McCracken, dwlg, oue-story fm, Mc-
Clair 200
G. P. Hurd, dwlg, two-story fm, Lewis nr
Yesler I, r flo
George F. Mers, dwlg, two-story fm. 2,0<)0
Dwlg, oue-and-a-hulf -story fm, 700
Dwlg, one-story fm, Prince William and
Lewis 100
William MeClellan, store bldg, two-story
fin. Eden and Windon #OO
Mr Beck, dwlg, two-story fm, Eden and
Windon 900
Wiiliam Allen, dwlg, onc-and-a-half-story
fm, Taylor uiid Jackson 1,800
E. H. Pol lev, dwlg, two-story fm, Taylor
and Main 2,000
Sir. Medeau, dwlg, one story Im, Taylor
and Main 1,000
D. J. Reiehert, dwlg, two-story fm, Taylor
and Main 1,800
Mrs. Woods, dwlg, two-story fm, Taylor
and Main I,SOO
John McKae, dwlg, two-story fm, Lewi* nr
Yesler 1,500
R. P. Mathews, two dwlgs, two-story fm,
Wilford nr Vesler 1,400
Four dwlgs, two-story Im, Windon and
Eden 4,800
John E. Good, add to dwlg, one-and-a-half
story fm, Florence nr Yesler..r 800
I. M. Branson, dwlg, two-story fm, Taylor
nr Yesler 1,600
H. F. Phillips, dwlg, two-story fm, Taylor
nr Yesler 3,000
G. Grot, double tenement, two-story fm,
Yesler and sixteenth 8,000
A. J. Young, two <iw Igs, two-story fm, Yes
ler and fcixteeuth 8,200
E. A. Ziebarth. stone bldg, two-story fm,
Yesler aud Hyde 2,000
Michael Searl, dwlg, one-story im, Clam
nr Yc?ler 300
J. G. Nolop, dwlg, two-story fm, Yesler
and Claim 3,500
C. E. Severance, dwlg, one-story im, Flor
ence ur Yesler 150
Julius Andrae, dwlg, one-story fm, Yesler
nr Fourteenth 600
F. O. Peterson, store bldg, two-story fm,
Yesler and Fifteenth 1,W)0
J. W. Glasgow, store bldg, two-story fm... 1,500
Add todwlg, one-story im IM
p,arn. one story fm, Yesler and Fifteenth. 75
O. M. Jones, tiwig, two-story fm, Yesler
end Fifteenth - ... 2/00
J. O. Fisher, dwlg, two-story fm, V\ ashmg
ton and Fifteenth 1,200
Unknown, imp on dwlg, one-story fm,
Main and Fourteenth 100
H. J. Kequa, dwlg, two-story fm, Wash
ington and Fourteenth. 1,600
L Da.r* tr.pk.', double tenement, two-story
frame, Washington and Fourteenth 1,600
P. Deutsch, cigar factory, two-story fm,
Yesler nr Fourteenth. 400
E. Cowan, dwlg, two-story fm, Main and
Fourteenth. 1,000
Arthur Ciark, row of three tenements,
two-storv fm. Main and Fourteenth. ... 4,500
James Mtsoriey, dwlg, two-story fm w;th
bk foundation, Washington and Four
teeth OrXQ
Mr. Loucks, dwlg, three-story fm, wash
ington and Fourteenth .... l,OOO
Stewart Leekie. dwlg. two-story fm, Wash
ington and Fifteenth 2,000
Henry Larson, dwle, one and-a-balf story
fm, Exst nr Jessie 300
Bare, same location . 50
GarauerA Shaw, dwlg. one-story fm, East
uxJusitf 4X)
John MeMnllen, dwlg, two-story fm,
Lewis and Jessie., $ I.OUO
Clareuee Cook, imp on dwlg, two-story
frame. Jessie nr Lewis 1,-0
C. A. Hungate, dwlg, two-storv fm, Me
. Clair 1,300
Hilgerdc Williams, two dwlgs, two-story
fm, McClair near Willow S,V*)
John Pearson, dwlg, one-story fm, Me-
Clair
F. P. \\est, dwlg, one-story fm, McClair
and Baitley 600
Unknown, dwlg. one-and-a.half-story, Mc-
Clair near Jesslo 700
Archy Johnson, dwlg, one-story fm, East
near Jessie. 2.0
P. P. Shaw, dwlg, two-story fm, McClair
and Willow 2,000
R. E. Cameron, dwlg, two-story fm, Mc-
Clair and Willow 2,000
Dwlg, two-story fm, Windon and Edes.. l.si)
R. P. Mathews, dwlg, two-story fm, Win
don nr Kdes 1,500
Two dwlgs, two-story fm, McClair nr
Y\ illow 2.1U0
A. J. F. Trudeau, dwlg, two-story fm. Me-
Clair and Willow 1,800
Charier O. Larnord, dwlg, two-story fm,
McClair and Edes |,«ano
F. A. Gardner, dwlg, two-story fm, McClair
and Edes 2,000
Dwlg, two story fm, McClair and Wil
low 1,500
Dwlg, two-storv fm, McClair and Bartley. 1,200
J. F. Brewer, dwlg, two story fm, McClair
and Kdes 2,500
Barn, one-story fm, same location 200
A. Johnson, dwlg, two story fm, McClair
nr Willow poo
L. M. Matthews, four dwlgs, two-story fm, -
East and Knight 5.200
Two dw!gs, two-story fm, Knight 5t.... 2,0n0
Dwlg, two-story fm. East near Jessie.. LflOQ
R. H. Morgan, dwlg, two-story fra, East
and Knight I,UOQ
P. J. Pratt, dwlg, two-story fm, Hydo and
Willow 1,200
Barn, one-story fra, same location 910
J. W. Dooley, dwlg, one-story fra, Last HU
Gardner, Shaw <k Brewer, two dwlgs, two
story fm, McClair and Edes 2,400
A. B. Cuttler, dwlg, one-and-a-half-story
fin. Lewis nr Knight 500
R. Pickering, dwlg, one-and-a-half-story
frn, Lewis nr Knight 500
G. Storks, dwlg, oue-and-a-haif-story fm,
Lewis nr Knight 500
R. P. Mathews,fourdwigs, one-and-a-half
story fm, Lewis nr Knight. 2,000
M. A. Zaepfel, dwlg, two-story fm, Knight
and Lewis 1,500
A. J. Witheroll, dwlg, one-story fm,
Knight 200
W. 11. Watson, dwlg, one-and-a-half-story
fm, Knight 400
Joseph England, dwlg, one-story fm,
Crawford and l<ewis SW
V. Lambert, dwlg, one-and-a-half-story
fm, Crawford and Lewis. 600
Amos Friend, dwlg, two-story fm, Craw
ford and Lewis .. 1,000
Mr. Bnquis, dwlg, one-and-a-half-story fm,
Lewis 40)
G. A. Upper, dwlg, one-and-a-half-story
fm, Lewis nr Crawford 400
August Kuehn, dwlg, ono-story fm, Lewis
nr Barclay B>X>
L. A. Keene, dwlg, one-story fm, Lewis nr
Willow 800
G. V. P. Lansing, dwlg, two-story fm,
Main and Sutter J.9OQ
Mr. Smith, dwlg, one-Btory fm, Sutter and
Main SCO
Sir. Downey, dwlg, one and-a-half-story
fm, Main nr Butter 900
Dwlg, one-story fm, same location 400
A. W. Pratt, dwlg, two-story fm, Markut
and Main 2,000
P. W. Fuller, double tenement, two-«tory
fm, Market and Main 4,000
P. 8. Conrad, dwlg, two-story fm, Batter
and Jackson 1,400
A. M. tale, dwlg, two-story fm, Sutter fend
Main 2,000
T. It. Cory, dwig, two-story fm, Sutter and
Main 2,000
B. F. Smith, dwlg, one story fm, Sutter
and Main I,OWJ
W. R. Budden, double tenement, one-story
fm, Sutter and Main 1,800
D. S. Kelly, double tenement, two-story
im, Sutler aud Main 2,800
A. E, Braymer, dwlg, two-story fm, Main
and Sutter 2,800
Anderson Bros., store bldg, two-story fm,
Jackson and Bn*h 8,500
B. W. Padley, laundry, one-story fm, Jack
son and Bush 400
John Kingston, dwlg. one aud-one-half
story fin. Jnckson and Bush 600
G. W. Donbach, dwlg, two-story fm, Bush
and Main 2,000
Mnrtln Ix)iig, dwlg, two-story fm, Bu3h
and Main 1,300
Elmer Gouptel, store, two-story fm, Jack
son and Bush 1,000
Sage Miller, store, one-story fm, Sutter and
King 800
Dwlg, two-story fm, same location ...
Daniels <b Weed, double tenement, two
story fm, Market and Jackson 3,003
Mrs. M. A. Cox, dwlg, two-story fm, Jack
son and Bush 1,000
Mr. Douglas, dwlg, two-story fm, Bush and
Jackson 1,800
A. Brown, dwlg, one-story fm, Market and
Lane I^UO
W. Lair Hill, dwlg, one-story fm, Sutter
and Lane 2,700
J. K. Hamilton, two a wigs, two-story fm,
Sutter and Lane. 3,500
I. M. Dunn, dwlg, two-story fm, Sutter nr
Lane 1,300
G. 8. Sargent, dwlg, two-story fm, Butter
and Lane 2,000
Mrs. E. H. Canfleld, dwlg, two-story fm,
Sutter and King 1,200
T. J. McC'lanahan, dwlg, two-story fm,
Taylor and King 2,200
Barn, one-story Tm, same location 60
Thos. O. Lindsay,dwlg, two-story fm, Mar
ket and King 4,000
John Elder, double tenement, two-story
fm, Market and King 1,300
Mrs. Lou Miles, dwlg, one-story fm, Mar
ket and Lane I*2oo
N. H. Martin, dwlg, two-«tory fm, Market
and Lane 1,800
F. P. Tufctin, dwlg, two-story fm, Market
aud Lane 2,500
B. Jordan, dwlg, one-story fm, Florence.. 600
A. Sinclair, dwlg, two-story fm, Taylor
aud King 2^oo
J. F. McGruth, dwlg, one-story fm, Taylor
and King 1,000
Mrs. F. M. Stetson, dwlg, two-story fm,
Wilfred and King 2,500
Two dwlgs, one story fm, same location. 700
lliDg Lee, laundry, two-story fm, Wilford
and Jackson 800
James Buzard, row three tenements, one
istorv fm, Wilford and Jackson. 1,000
T. C. Pendleton, two dwlgs, two-story fm,
Taylor and King 5,000
C. B. Beeaon, dwlg. one-andone-half-story
fm. Twenty-second and Nye. 2,000
Fay & O'llara, three dwlgs, two-story tm.
Rainier add 3,000
James Price, dwig, one story fm. Rainier
add 150
J. F. Bureham, dwlg, one-and-a-half-itory
fm, IngersolL 900
W. D. McKnight, dwlg, two-aiory fm, Cul
len and Florence 200
Hugh Ross, dwlg, two-story fm, Cullen
and Wilford 200
C. Smith, imps on dwlg, one-sto-ry fm,
Pearl and Weller. 700
Edward Lawler, one-and-a-half-story fm.
Pearl and Weller 800
Unknown, dwlg, one-story fm, Pearl and
Lane 400
O. F. Ruden, dwlg, one-story fm, Pearl
and Lane 200
G. H. Bartlett, store bldg, two-story tm,
Jackson and Pearl COO
Harry MuhL store bldg, one-story fm
Jackson nr Pearl 600
John Linguist, dwlg,one-story fm, Taylor
nr Elizabeth 300
C. A. Cram, add to dwlg,one-story fm,Mar
ket and Line 200
J. A. 'iould, dwlg, two-story fm, batter
and Lane 1,000
Mr. Bennett, dwlg, two-story fm.Bush and
Lsmc 1,300
R. J. John win, dwlg, two-story fm, Bush
and Cullen I,OCO
J. R. Rogan, dwlg, oue-story fm. Pearl and
Weller Z'A
R. W. Gibson, dwlg, one-story fm, Pearl
and Weller 800
Mr. Clark, dwlg, two-story fm, Wiiford
aud Lane uO
R. F. Singleton, add to dwlg, two-story
fm, Wilford and Lane 1,000
J. W. LaSelle, dwlg, two-story fm, Wilford
and Lace 1,500
Mr. Waleh, dwlg, two-story fm, Taylor nr
Lane 1,400
Wilson Davidson, dwig, two-story fm, Eliz
abeth »nd Market 1,000
P. A. Albln, dwlg, one-story fm, Taylor
and Elizabeth 800
E. O'Shea, add to dwlg, one-story fm,
Taylor and Orange £0
E. If. Gleason, dwlg, one-story fm, Eliza
beth 3U>
Lar< Becky, dwlg, one-and-one-half story,
Elizabeth and Wilford 400
Charles Goseh,dwlg,one-story fm, Charles
and Wilford 300
Unknown, two dwlgs, one-story fm, Wil
ford 28®
Thomas Ford, dwlg, one-story fm, Orange
axsd Taylor lOO
Wuiiam McKnight, dwlg, two-story fm,
Orange and Taylor 6«J
W. A. Bate*, dwlg, two-stvry fm. Orange
and Wilford ••
F. F. Haubrut, dwlg, onc.story, Wilford
and Orange W
Martin Deaniston, dwlg, one-story, Tay
lor , «
Frank Monroe, dwlg, one-story fm, Taylor
nr Orunse TOO
James S. Mitchell, dwlg, one-£tory fm.
Market and Elizabeth . L&00
T. Keilosir, dwls, two-story fm with bk
foundation. Market snd Orange ym
OtS<-e, ooe-stonr fm, Market and Orange. 50
Mrs. R. Dizard, dwlg. one-story fm, Mar
ket and Orange - ■ 1,200
G. E. Lacy, dwlg, one-story fm, Market and
Orftutfe 40®
A Pigard, dwlg, one-story fm, Market and
Orange ■ ■ ■■■•■ ■ ■ •••• 125
W. M Stanley, dwlg, two-story fm, Market
and Taylor 30*1
L. L. Christiansen, barn, one-su»ry fm,
Alton nr Lane - hO
W. J. ch -imian, dwlg, two story fm, Al
tec and Florence . 40#
Martin Mnrdock, dwlg, one-and a baif
story fm, Peail _ .... 3MJ
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