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The Seattle post-intelligencer. (Seattle, Wash. Terr. [Wash.]) 1888-1914, January 01, 1891, Image 7

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£ . HTM**, dwlff. one-story fm ......... 700
Ih fSdewm. dwlg, one story fm, nt
* ,b4 Palatine ISO
>-Ekrtdrick, dwlg, one-story fm, nr
and Palatine 200
t \«nbV. °ue-story to . Albert and
100
1,000
JLinA Stringham, dwlg, one-and-a
ifiEttorv fm. nr Hawthorn and Wabash 1,000
. rtiHrtsinut, dwlg, one-and-a-half-story
k £'SHawthornind Wabn*h 1,000
2j£one-and-a-half-story fm, same lo
"j" Ross, dwig, one-and-a-half-
PJ "ia. nr Hawthorn and Wabash 2,000
fm, same lo
Ballard.
m 1. dwlg, one-and-a-half-story
*1? chestnut and Second ave t 800
* i MfKeniie, dwlg, one-and-a-half
{m. Post »nd Second ave E. 800
* » dwlg. one-and-a-half-story
ft)lk and ave E 800
- 1 McKenzie, dwlg, onc-and-a.hall
fm. Polk nr Second ave E .... 800
1 v hiair, dwlg. one-story fm, North nr
are E 250
* r Miajf"». dwlg, one-story fm, Brig
»«d tiarrett 100
•*£* gmellie, store, one-story fm, Park
■Sbo? 300
iTcril*' dwl £< oue-story fm, Park nr
«^V J "mith, dwig, one-and-a-half-story
te Hsrrts ni nr Brig. ... .... 100
a t Johnson, dwlg, onc-story fm, Harri-
Malff Brig-. • , 150
I Jobnwn, dwlg, one-story fm, Harrison
J£Jn(ovitoky,' dwlg, one-story fm,
soath nr Harrison 80
«i« Wilson, dwlg, one-story fm, Dentou
tni Swtb 200
* tonk'ifski, dwlg. onc-and-a-half-story
I#. Denton and Brig. •••- .. 100
i>i ksdowski, dwlg, one-story fm, Brig
«id Denton 100
mu Rsdonski, dwig, one-and-a-half
gar 'ffl. Brig nr Denton. 150
* gollivaa, dwlg, one-story fm, Brig ur
Darton . „ , 100
l iter, dwlg, one-story fm, Brig nr Gar
* KHjdml. dwlg, one-story fm, Ship nr
fgthave W- 600
1 p chamberlain, dwlg, one-story fm,
ghtp nr sixth ave W........... ... 200
filter Cody, dwig, one-story fm, Polk and
Seventh ave H 150
Carle* Broi-on, dwlg, one-story fm, Polk
tud seventh ave W 100
V W Yonng. dwlg, two-story fn>, Wilburg
jr Fourth nvc W 700
IBeoaer.dwlg, one-story fm, Times nr
fifth are W 12D
tT Haw ley, dwlg, two-«tory fm, btato
iod Fonrth ave W 2,000
Ihaa Foster, dwlg, two-story fm, State nr
Fifth ave « 650
tin Marsh, dwlg, oue-aud-a-half-story
fei. Wilburg nr Fourth ave W 750
I WUey. dwlg, one-and-a-half-story fm,
Times nr fifth ave W 100
fnnk S. Tow It, dwlg,one-story fm, Craw
lord nr Fourth ave W 200
fdter Muunjiy, dwig, two-story fm, Craw
jerdami Fifth ave W 7jo
i.ori»r, dwlg, one-story fm, Crawford nr
Fourth sve W 400
j. W. Button, dwlg, onc-and-a-half-story
'to, Post nr Fourth ave W 400
Dsk, one-story fm, Post nr Fourth
iveW 500
Dwlg, one-story fm. Fourth ave nr Post. 150
I. A. Morris, dwlg. oue-nnd-n-half-story
6m. Chestnut nnd Fourth ave W 250
(Brer 11. Itriggs, dwlg, oue-and-a-half
jtorv (m. Bilker nr Fourth ave W 400
f. ligc, dwlg, oue-und-a-hulf-story fm,
ftUer nr Fourth ave W 350
i 8. Brvaut, dwlg, one-and-a-half-story
ta. (hestnut «nd Third ave W 250
f.JL Heffernun, dwlg, one-story fm, Chest
nut nr Third ave \V 115
t Carlson, dwlg, onc-story fm, Post nr
Tbird »ive W 200
jlftb Horner, dwlg, onc-and-a-half-story
Im, nr Polk and Third ave W 100
John Derman, dwtg, one-and-a-half-story
ID, ne ir Polk and Third ave W 300
Aagtw McMillan, dwlg, one-and-a-half
stwy fm, nr Polk and Third ave W 75
leary Kreitr. dwlg, one-story fm, Post nr
Second ave W 125
Georgs Tefferteller, dwlg, onc-story fm,
Pnst and Third ave W 100
IK Vernon, dwlg, onc-story fm, Post nr
Jeeond ave W 100
Kn C. A. Peabody, dwlg, oue-story fm,
Put nr Second ave W 200
J. W. Davis, dwlg, onc-story fm, Polk nr
First ave W. 400
I. DHL dwlg, one-story fin, Polk nr Second
«vew. 400
W. Steele, dwlg, oue-story fm, Polk nr
Second ave W 200
Cbaries McLaughlin, dwlg, two-story fm,
Folk and First avo W 900
feme* Lyle, dwlg, oue-and a-half-story fm,
Baker nr First ave W . 200
t. G.Hanson, dwlg, one-story fm. Baker
nr Second ave W 125
Mathew cierwenka, dwlg, one-story fm,
Baker nr Second ave W 200
tjeho Friend, dwlg, one-story fm, Seeoud
Me Wsud Baker 300
J« Wioaady, dwlg, one-story fm, Chest
jmt nr Second are w 175
J.Orison, dwlg, one-story fin, Chestnut
nrPmmdave w .... joo
flearv Hllke, dwlg, one-and-a-half story
fm. Baker nr Second ave W 250
L Thomj».on, dwlg, one-story fm, Baker
nrjiec&nd ave W 100
John Graven, dwlg, one-story fm. Baker nr
seceud ave W .... JOO
1. P. Gerieg, dwlg, one-story fm, Baker iir
leeond ave W 75
J. 0 m, dwlg, one-and-a-half-story .Craw
ford nr Third ave W 300
linuiel MiH'lure, dwlg, two-story fm,
Crawford nr Third ave \V 500
Henry Cllnc. dwlg. one-story fm, .Craw
ford nr Third ave \V 100
«wmi»h Ward, dwlg, one-story fm, Craw
kreaijd Fourth ave W 100
■"fwc Gamble, dwlg, one story fm,
Utwford and Fourth uve >V 100
Jwsmb & Heavy, dwlg, two-story fm,
Times nr Third ave W .... 700
iron Hajrelin, dwlc, one-and a-half-story
to, Crawford nr Third ave W 600
"*!ton, dwlg, one-story fm, Craw
ford nr Third ave W. SOO
dwlg, one-aud-a-lialf-storv
Crawford nr Third ave W . .. 200
awrt Seeeies, dwlg, two-story, Crawford
MBeconiJ ave W 250
0. E. Siokerson, dwlg, one-story fm,
Tune* nT Second ave W 400
"®T* e Grover, double tenement, one
««>ry fm, Tir.K'x nr Second uve \V 700
*.«. Jaeotison, dwlg, one-story fin, WU*
tars nr 1 bird ave \V 600
"v~ dwlg. one and a-half-story
"burg nr Fourth ave W 500
~wl K> two-story fm, State
w Third ave \V . ... 2,000
»vi!5 er » dwlg, one-story fm, State nr
W 550
«J>ixli*t Episcopal church, one-story fm,
State nr Third ave W . ' 3,000
uweUiuf, one-story fm, State nr Third
»•!** 100
dwl S. one-story fm. Third
•J*, w and State 400
yi l * 91 *' addition to dwlg, one-story
na, state and Third ave W 100
• oue-story fm, Wilburg
. J , « ve w 100
dwl K , two-story fm. Wilburs
WlThird areW 250
w 1 1 (lwl S> one-story fm, State nud
gcoad uve W 150
Koe ihop, oue-story fm, State nr Second
J** .... 50
store, two-story fin, Second
neW »nd Wilburs: r 1,500
« *«noe. dwlg, one-storv fm, Suto nr
seewid „ ve \\ goo
dwlg, one-story fm, State nr
ave W 500
dwlg, one-story fm, State
arFmitaveW. .'. 130
ihJiemipg, dwlg, two-story fm, Statu
t»u ,HveW 400
oebiier, store, two-storv, Broadway
«M Snond are W 1,500
livery barn, one-snd-a-half-
T*l ?' ave W nud Broadway.... 600
•***» *ho|» for ship hldg, two-story
H ! o r front. foot of Bromlwav 1,000
bind, saw and shingle
,jgM*°-story fm, water front ur foot of
S*?*«v 10000
g*"f< adll, two-storv fm, water front
"gof Broadway 500
Jettons to mill boardiug house, onc
g?<». nr mill . . MO
two-tory fm, nr mill 'A>O
Wier, shop, oue-story fm, Ballard
iT*»becond ave W 100
one story fm, Ballard
la IT * VC A 250
.trquhart. store, two-storv bk, Bal
"m and Second ave W C,500
store, two-story bk, Ballard
■Ei» n<S ave w
■Jj®. two-story fm, Ballard nr Second
Huston, store, two-storv fm,
nr MV c w 2,000
Manufat t'irins Company, engine-
I ftni ' oa , e "Story fm, water front nr foot
ISS"« W . 290
ft Manniactiirintr and Investment
1525*2?' sh i"ff'e mill, two story fm,
nr toot ave W 4,000
St'ftn ou^, t°ry fm, nr mill 1,000
two-storv fm, Ballard
ave W ... 1,400
WiarltOß,add todwle. one-story
Fcjj,j '■hole nr Second ave W 200
ki. dwlg. one-aturr fm, Shils-
Second av'e \\ 850
*ni dwlp, two-story fm, nr Ball
gT! ,u < ?veoiid ave W. 300
two-story fm, Ballard
ave W 1,500
* Lumber Company, two ice-
J2**- I'ae-st- ry fm, Shilshole nr Sec
te^t®??"d-a-hali au storv fm, Shilsliolo
j,ve W W0
- *finiNlieti, one-itory fm, same loca
ls,: 110
I JJP; one-story fm. same location.. WO
B'mL. dwlg. "two atorv fm, Broad-
u veW 500
j 'r'if'T a
*»• *>• ...
"aa* 'wiMtor, ta, ni
s=o
aveW Ballard and second
fi 'i°\i &•% M W«IW W.V.". S
J ;.iLySV.y^V*^«»*-»'»■ ...
VSTnveU ore ' two ,tor y J, n. Ballard nr
F^ D, h °^ l, t,TO - stor y fu», Bal- 1,000
_tartMFirst«voW '. -/*»
Rpv \v«!L AlbertJton and Ist ave W.. TOO
""• AUrert - ™
Z
hrr llwlK> <H»e*tory fm, llol
brook nr First avenue West 500
*** Z
B w-. , s , s„ , k^r ,i<>r ' >»•"««»«„
Christopher Jeuson, dwlg' onf-storv'fm "
nr Hoi brook and First avenue w2t .' 200
I« ( ono ?' printing office and dwlg,
C V H™', 1 m l ** iy avcn »e 500
«?» V *• one-*tory fm. Leary and
First avenue West .... 7 400
J.Jacobs, dwlg, one-and-a-haif-*tory iml
nr Lcnry and First avenue West 300
Georee Foster, bakery, two-story fm with
bk oven, First ave W nr leary . ™. 600
Cl s Jail, oue-story Im, Leary nr First ave
Jo £? Stephens, dwig,' one-and-a-haii4'tory 300
fm, TaUninn near Second ave W 1 000
fm £S in ' h £ tCh l "hop. twostory *'
nil, Second ave W nr Broadway 400
Store, two-story fm, Broadway nr Sec
ond avo W 2.000
H. Sabean, add to dwlg, one-story fm, nr
Second ave W and Broadway 100
John I'etcrg, store, two-story fm, Broad
way sud Burg ave o «*>
Porter-Gage Co., shingle mill, two-story
fm, water front nr foot Third ave W. .. 6,000
a H57 ?;!":?"* s . tor ? bn > R«me location... 650
d V g ' two-«>tory fm, Preston
nr Third ave E 2 000
Thomas J. Henry, dwl?, one-and-a-half- '
story fm, Preston nr Third ave E 250
*ree Methodiot church, oue-story fm, Al
bertson nr Third ave E 900
Daniel Faulkner, dwljr, two-story fm, Al
bertson nr Third ave K. 1000
**2?.!/"ie-and-a-haH-story fm, Albertson '
nr Third ave E . .. 100
Mrs. A. Thatcher, dwlg, one-and-a-half
story fm, Preston nr Third ave E 250
Mrs. A. Brooke, dwlg, one-atory fm, Pres
ton nr Third ave E 200
Mre. L. Hesser, dwlg, one-story fm, Pres
ton nr Third ave E 200
J. H. Smith, dwlg, one-ond-a hali-story
fm, Fourth ave E and Preston 200
Boulevard.
John James, boarding-house, two-story
fm, Third avc E ur Bath 2,000
John R. ond Thomas T. Fowles, dwlg,
three-story fm, Third ave Eur Bath .. 3,000
West street $ North End Eleotrie Rail
way Company, power-house, one-story
bk, Third ave E and Bath 25,000
K. Notere, dwlg, one-story fin, Third u\e
E nr Bath 350
R. H. J. Pennefather, dwlg, two-story fm,
Fourth ave E ur Bath 8,500
O. B. Simmons, dv.lg, two-story Ira,
Fourth ave E nr Pay 3,000
11. C. Fuller, add to dwlg, two-story fm,
Third avo E nr Pay 600
Peter Boyle, dwlg, one-story fm, Fourth
ave E nr Pay XOO
F. 11. Benson, dwlg, one-story fin, Fourth
ave E ur Pay 150
C. W. Tompkins,add to dwlg,one-story fm,
Fourth ave E ur Boulevard 200
W. 11. Mover, dwlg, two-story fm, Second
ave E nr Boulevard 1,000
Mrs. Sarah Ward,«dwig, one-und-a-half
story fm. Boulevard nr Second ave E . 500
Wm. F. Miller, add to dwlg, one-story fm,
Fourth ave W and Smith 200
W. D. Gordon, and to dwlg, one-story fm.
Fourth ave Wnr Smith • 150
Gustavo Anderson, barn, two-story fm, nr
Maurh-e and Harley 250
F. G. Melius,dwlg,one-and-a-half-story fm,
Pleasant Valley add. 1,500
W. 11. Martin, dwlg, one-and-a-half-story
fm, Pleasant Valley add 800
Neil Campbell, dwlg, one-and-a-half-story
fm, West nr Prospect 150
West Seattle. •
West Seattle Land and Improvement Co.
cable power-house, one-story fm, Graud
ave nr Columbia - 4,500
Schoolhouse, one-story fm, blk bet Cedar
and Spruce 1,350
C. 11. Stretch, dwlg, two-story fm, Colum
bia nr Cedar 2,250
George B. Yonug, dwlg, two-story fm, Col
umbia nr Cedar 5,000
W. C. Eaton, dwlg, one-snd-a-half-story
fm, Vashon ave nr Spruce 2,000
George B. Walker, dwlg, one-story fm,
Cedar and California. .. 400
J. N. Boswell, dwlg, onc-and-a-half-story
fm, Vashon nr Cedar 200
Hugh Roberts, dwlg, one-story fm, Col
umbia nr Liiurol 250
W, A. Hardy, dwlg, two-story fm, Olympic
ave and Grant 2,800
W. H. Duke, store, two-story fm, Olympio
ave and Grant 1,600
Morrison & Eshlcm.m,dwlg, two-story fm,
Olympic and
W. S. Faddis, dwlg, one-and-a-half-story
fm, Rainier and Grand 300
Jep. Miller, dwlg, one-story fm, Home and
Oxtand 300
James Thomas, dwlg, one-story fm, Rain
ier and Alder drive 900
T. F. Robertson , dwlg, one story fin, Oak
nr Rainier 2,300
Lawrence L Moore, dwlg, one-story fm,
Oak nr Rainier 1,000
Miss Anna D. Howe, dwlg, one-and-a-half
storv fm, Glenwooid and Oak 1,800
Carl Weaver, bakery, two-story fm, Cas
cade POO
Murdock Stewart, saloon, one-story fm,
Cascade ur Oak 600
Murdock Stewart, pavilion, two-story fm,
Cascade and Oak .. 1,300
Seattle Transfer Co., barn, one-and-u-half
storv fm, Cascade nrOak 1,700
C. N. Cooper, ixmtoflice, one-story fm, Cas
cade and Oak 4OO
Store, one-story fm, Cascade and Oak 400
Seattle Terminal Railway <fc Elevator Co.,
elevator and warehouse, two-story fm,
and engine house, one-story brick and
stone, water front 175,000
South Seattle.
James Cummlngs, dwlar, one-and-a-half
storv fm, Colfax aud Denny ... .. ... 250
John McDouald, dwlg, one-story fm, Col
fax and Denny I,jo
Truman dwlg, one-and-a-half-story
fm, Colfax nr Denny ~jo
Edward Heggner, bakery, one-story fm,
Colfax ur Denny - • • ••
School house, one-story fm, Denny aud Col
[aX 200
Mrs F.. M. Boyuton, dwlg, oue-story fm,
Liberty ur
J. Dashast, dwlg, one-and-a-half-story fm,
Liberty nr Denny 800
W. Haskell, two-story fm, Denny ur
Grant 1.000
J. W. Willett. dwlg. one-story fm, Lincoln
nr water front ;,•••:•• •• 800
Newells' Mill Co., add to Warding-house,
two-story fm, nr Yesler avenue and Col
fax L-"°
Barn, two story fm. same place 1.000
L. S. Card, dwlg, f>ne-and-a-half-stoo' *ni,
Market and Colfax ■ •••• . - ,so
Dwlg, oue-and-a-lialf-story fm, Market
and Colfax....
J. W. Willett, dwlg, one-.md-a-half-story
fm. Lincoln nr water front - L»
J. C. Card, dwlg. one aud-a-half-story fm,
Market ur Colfax
Barn, oue-story fm, Market nrCo.fax... Lw
F. J. Neiger, dwlg, oue-story fm, Colfax ur
Market ..
Bam. one-storv fin, Colfax nr Market.... 100
Richard Henderson, dwlg, one-storv fm,
Casey ur (iraut iau
C. Hahu. dwlg, one-«tory fm,nrColfax and
M .ukot
Mrs. A. C. Stetson, dwlg, ouc-and a-half
storv fm, Colfax nr Yesler ■••• I.SOO
Frederick W. Kiid, dwlg, oue-story fm,
Colfax urYealer.. ........ •-..••••• 000
Bav Vit-W Brewing Company, add to brew
erv, three-story bk. Grant
Dwlg, one-story tm, t.rant ••
Seattle Backing Company, add to packing
house, etc.. one-stoi v fm. Grant and I lum 9W
Adolnh Volimann, dwlg. one-and-a-half
ttorv fm, Twelfth bet I'lum and Bine.... &O
J. T. McPherson, dwlg, one story fm, urant
Heuri Alneu," storv. ouc-story fm, orant
ur Hum -• • -- --
E. L. McPherson, barn, one story fm, c.raut
L.'c. Holm, dwlg, one-story fm, Grant nr
Brunswick .. ••• •;
Geo. Albre. ht, dwlg, one-storv fm. Grant
nr Brunswick •••- •- - -- •
Geo. Strong, store, one-story fm, orant ur
wlIuT Partridge, dwlg, oue story fm,
i.raut nr Woodstock .. -....- ....... -"- 1
John \. Klatt. dwlg, one story fm, t.rant
nr Woodsto* k
J. S. huUe, dwlg, oue-story fm. Grant nr
Alexander dwlg.one-story fm, Grant
ur NVoodsUH'ik v ' 11 ""
joVt'ph Miwn!d, dwlg, one-story fm, Orant
nr Woodatoek , . - , . - 1
B smith, dwlg, one-and-a-half -story fm,
Twelfth nr Brunswick . 330
D H. Cruble, dw.g, one-aud<-h»lf<tory
"fm. Twelfth nr Brunswick -
j l* Burdick, waivhooM* two-etory cor
"rurated irou. lirant aud Pinm *.-50
Barn, cue aud a half story fm, same lo-
Judge Kiebard Osborn, warehouse, two-
sU*rv corrugated iron, orant and 1 turn..
Mr. Hilltnan. warvhouse, one story lw.,
' oraut nr Yesler
THE SEATTLE POST-INTELLIGENCER. THURSDAY, JANT/AKY 1, 1891.
Oregon Improvement Co., dwlg, two-etory
fm, nr Grant and Denny ...7. *»
Barn, fm, same location 200
*rs. Hibbsn, three dwlgs, one-atory fm,
waterfront . „ 750
Dawamiih.
Paget Sound Fire Clay Co., factory, tbnse
»tpnr fm 10,000
kilns bk, at |S,QOO each 24,000
o .. ic lndustrial School, four-story fm,
South Park; incomplete; to cost |40,000,
expended to date .77. 20,000
John Han son, dwlg, one-story fm 225
O. F. Olson, dwlg, one-story fm ?'*)
L u known, dwlg, one-story fm 300
V" ~r o' .l , ty> dwlg, nne-and-one half-story fm 250
J. M. Wilson, dwlg, one-story fm : 'JM
, ,£™i' two-story fm 150
J. «. Maple, store, two-story fm 1,000
M -L- Cavanangh, dwlg, two-story fm with
bk foundation 2,000
8 - Murine, dwlg, one-story fan with bk
foundation 2,500
Mr. Frenchman, store, two-story fm. 1.700
George Weljjur, dwlg, one-story fm 150
i e l J Sullivan, dwlg, one-story fm 75
F. Osworth, dwlg, one-and-a-half atory fm 900
Julius Horton, dwlg, two-story fm with
brick foundation 8,000
Mr. Howland, dwlg, two-story fm, South
P*rk L2OO
n v*"*®" dwlg, two-atory fm, South
■ ark 350
. one-story fm 100
Albert Braun Brewing Association, Brew
ery bulldinjr, seven-story fm 10,000
Boarding house, two-story fm 3,000
w h rehouse, one-story fm 900
Barn, two-story fm 1,800
Double dwlg. two-story fm—all situated
on Duwamisn river nr South Park 2,900
THK OLDEST AND LARGEST BANK.
Steady Growth of Dexter Horton ft Co.
—Their Claim to Confluence.
The oldest banking house in Seattle and,
indeed, the oldest in Washington, is that
of Dexter Horton & Co., which moved only
a few months ago from the old stone build
ing at Commercial and Washington streets
to the corner of the Colman building, at
Front and Columbia streets. Its old office
is the only building in the burnt district
which survived the fire, while its new
office is in one of the handsomest build
ings erected since the fire and is in the
business center of the city. The bank will
during the next season erect a handsome
live-story building on the corner of Com
mercial and Washington streets, having,
by the purchase of additional ground, se
cured a site 120x6i) feet.
The bank of Dexter Horton & Co. was
established in 1872 by Dexter Horton and
A. A. Denny, two of the oldest, wealthiest
and most respected citizens of Seattle.
For many years it remained the only bank
in the state and for many more years the
only one in the city. Though many other
banks have sprung up and some of them
have a larger capital stock than that of
Dexter Horton & Co., none of them have
been able to rival it in the solidity of its
financial condition or the extent of its
business.
From the small beginnings made bv
Messrs. Horton and Denny the business of
the bank grew to such dimensions that in
1887 it was thought desirable to incorporate
it under the state banking law. This was
done and new capital taken in. The bank
still, however, retained its character as a
solid, conservative institution, for the new
stockholders were such men as Judge John
P. Hoyt, Judge J. R. Lewis and W. S.
Ladd, of Portland, men who arc recog
nized as the wealthiest and most solid
business men of the Paciiic Northwest.
During the last year there has been an in
fusion of new blood into the management
of the bank, so that it presents a combina
tion of the two distinct elements to be
found in the population of Washington—
the older citizens who laid strong and deep
the foundations of the greatness of the
state, and the younger generation who, by
their ability and energy, are erecting the
superstructure.
The capital stock of Dexter Horton <fc
Co. is $200,000, fully paid, and its surplus is
1100,000. Its deposits, according to its last
annual statement on June 1, 1890,
amounted to the enormous sum of $2,066,-
519.83, which is double the deposits of any
other bank in the city. The Seattle bank,
which does the next largest business, has
a larger aggregate of deposits than any
bank in Tacoma or the state in general.
The resources of the bank are in an equally
healthy condition, for its cash assets on
June 1 amounted to $615,241, by more
than the cash assets of any other bank in
the city. The extent of the bank's busi
ness and the abundance of its resources
are l>est shown by the complete statement
of June 1, whielTfollows:
RESOURCES.
Ijonns on real estate I 165,355 00
Other loans and discounts 1,370,424 05
County and city warrants ] 19.362 38
Stock of other banks 26,787 50
Real estate, furniture and
fixtures 73,000 00
Due from other banks ahd
bankers $ 253,234 54
Cash on hand 332,007 13- 615,241 67
Total $2,370,170 60
LIABILITIES.
Capital stock paid in $ 200,000 00
Surplus 100,000 00
Undivided profits <>,650 77
Individual deposits sub
ject to check f1,653,?20 33
Demand certificates of
deposit 2(30,919 59
Deposits of banks and
bunkers 121,879 91-2,066,519 S3
Total *2,570,170 60
The present officers of Dexter Horton <fc
Co. are: President, W. S. Ladd, one of
the wealthiest men in the wealthy city of
Portland; vice president, A. A. Denny,
the oldest and one of the wealthiest citi
zens of Seattle; acting manager. N. H. Lat
imer, who has tilled every position in the
bank with credit to himself and satisfac
tion to the stockholder and depositors.
The fact that this is the leading bank as
regards extent of business is an evidence
of the coni.dence of the public, both in its
method of doing business and in the safety
of their deposits.
THE HALKY-GLENN COMPANY.
How This Name Has Become a House-
hold Word.
The name Haley-Glenn Company, in the
minds of all Seattle's people, is associated
with the pood thintrs of life. If you want
anything that is first-class in the way of
eatables, drinkables or smokables the store
of this firm is the loadstone to which the
desire for good things attracts you.
The iirm has been in existence for ten
years, but the present owners, as now con
stituted, have been in possession for two
years, but prior to the present association
of partners they were all actively engaged
in the same business for years past.
The firm makes a specialty of the best
goods in all their departments, and there
can be no better recommendation for any
article than for it to come from the Haley-
Glenn Company. They are perhaps the
only house north of San Francisco and on
the Const thfit imports direct, in addition
to which they have quantities of imported
goods packed to their own order on the
other side, having special brands of sar
dines, jams, pickles and delicacies of all
kinds, as well as fancy groceries.
The wine and cigar departments are the
especial pride of Messrs. Haley cfc Glenn,
and w hen it is learned that their sales of
cigars run close to 150.000 a month, it will
be seen that their pride is within reason.
It is their boast that whatever priced cigar
a customer wants he always gets his full
money's worth in either a nickel cigar or
a 50-cent Henry Clay. This department is
under the efficient management of Mr. \V.
G. Ronald, who is perfectly at home in the
discussion of good goods in his
line. This firm controls some of the best
brands of wines to be h"vd and are always
particular to get the Kst there is going "in
all their lines. Since the present company
have owned the business thev have seen it
grow in two short years from a point
where the sales w ere $150,000 per year to
the present year, when they will reach
nearly a half million dollars. The force
has been increased from eight to twenty
seven men.
Each month has shown an increase in
the business done, and in this glad New-
Year time it is in order for Seattle to con
gratulate herself on the possession of such
a firm and the Haley-Glenn Company to
congratulate themselves on their record.
SALES #F REALTY.
Seattle's Kecord for the
Year 1890.
A TOTAL OF 923,387,727.80
Excelling Considerations for
1889 by $8,881,938.27.
TOTAL DEEDS FILED, 13,804.
Most Notable Era of Real Estate Ac-
tivity in City's History.
Complete Llit of Transfer* by Days,
Weeks and Montha—Statement of
Transactions of BSSODOO and Upwards
—lnstances of Property, Worth Thou
sands, That Was Bought and Sold
tor Hundreds a Few Years Ago.
Real estate transfers in Seattle and King
county for the year ending December 31,
1800, aggregate $23,387,727.80. Compared
with the two years, 1888 and 188U, the
figures by months are:
| iiwo | im i
Jon | 1,123,422 OSfe 1,095,337 47 $ 5,70d,1(7> 50
Feb W,406 00i i;i'.»o,:W4 0C 41"V«7 M
March
April
May 2,414,493 04 944,336 65|
June 1,873,130 5-1 680,398 55 6i!8,513 <SO
July
August.... 2,149,040 82 '.'.'V 604,089 80
Bcpt
October... 1,92»i,978 84 1,174,691 59 1,208,025 47
Nov 1,475,681 29 1,536,870 92 8:10,922 13
Dee 2,452,92131 1 16| 791,722 90
__ Total... !f 23,387,727 80|15,ftY.,794 5:1115,812,510 16
The record for 1889 and 1890 therefore
stands as follows:
1890 123,387,727 80
1889 15,055,794 53
Balance in favor of IS9O 18,331,933 27
The record for the year 1880 exceeds any
in the history of Seattle. The next high
est year was 1888, when the total was $15,-
812,510.1<>. In that year, however, one
transaction in coal lands amounting to
$5,320,000 is on record, so the aggregate of
ordinary transactions is less. It is evident
that the volume of real estate transactions
has steadily increased during the past five
years, until this maximum amount has
been reached.
This great advance in the aggregate of
transactions, notwithstanding the prevail
ing financial stringency during a large part
of the year, is a most significant evidence
of the solid basis of Seattle realty. Dur
ing the past six months there has been al
most a total subsidence of the speculative
element in the market, sales having been
restricted very largely to the purchase of
property for improvement and the abso
lute use of the buyer. There has been a
steady advance in the value of better
classes of property, business and residence.
Very little inside business property has
been on the market, owners not disposed
to build generally preferring to lease on
long terms. There has been much subur
ban real estate brought into market during
the year by the construction of new trans
portation lines and the extension of the
old systems.
During the year there were filed 247 new
plots covering 8,737 acres ot new territory,
or thirteen and one-half sections, or a tract
six miles long by two and one-quarter
miles iu width.
The total number of deeds filed is 13,-
804. The total of all instruments filed
with the county auditor during the year
is 25,143.
There is appended below a list of
transfers whose considerations are $25,000
and over. A 6tudy of this list discloses
very interesting facts as to the remarkable
appreciation of values in Seattle during
the past few year%
The most notable is the transaction
wherein Maurice McMicken sells to the
South Seattle Land Company 3.000.44 acres
in tp 23 n, r 4 e and r 3 e for SOOO,OOO. Exam
ination of the records discloses the fact that
Mr. McMicken bought this same piece of
property May 28, 1887, for $9,851.32.
On September 25, 1800, J. A. Moore
bought the townsite of Kensington of E.
M. Carr, for SIOO,OOO. Mr. Carr paid $20,-
000 for the same property November 9,
1880.
The item wherein Amos Brown sells to
W. E. Bailey, for $72,500, part of four lots
on the west side of Second street, between
Spring and Madison, teaches the wisdom
of holding on to Seattle real estate. Two
of these lots were bought by Henry Van
Asselt June 27, 1850. for $-50, and the other
two, with the entire adjoining block, were
bought by Edward Lander and Charles C.
Terry July 30. 1856, for SSOO each.
Another remarkable item is that wherein
the Washington iron works sell to P. W.
Fuller lots 1 to 4, block 12, Mayuard's ad
dition, on south side of Jackson street,
from South Second to South Third, for
SBO,OOO. In ISSO two of these lots were sold
to Charles IMummer for SIOO, and the other
two with three more lots were sold to
Charles Plummer and Julian P. Chase for
SSOO. being at the rate of SIOO per lot.
Sarah E. Epler sells to Amos Brown two
lots at the southwest corner of Second and
Seneca for SBO,OOO. If Mr. Brown had tried
to buy these lots twenty-eight years sooner
he could have secured both for SIOO. David
T. Penny paid that price for them on
February 10. 15»52.
£. J. riummer sells to W. T. Wadleieh
two lots at the northeast corner of South
second and Jackson streets for $77,000, on
October 6, 1390. One of these lots was
bought, August 6. 1853. by R. P. Willis
from David 8. Mhynard, and the other by
Plummer & Chase for $1(0, April 15, 1856.
M. J. Pontius sells to A. M. Pontius the
lot at the southwest corner of Madison
and Front streets for $60,000. This same
lot and one other broucbt $l5O, May 10,
1862, the sale being made from Arthur A.
Denny to A. W. Pray.
D. Horton sells to Harrington & Smith
part of one lot at the northwest corner of
Commercial And Washington streets, being
the north thirty-two feet, for $40,000. This
lot and that adjoinine were sold by David
S. Maynard to David Phillips and Dexter
Ilorton, May 1, 1856. for SIOO.
LIST OF 810 TRANSFERS.
Deeds in Which the Consideration Was
Over •'J5.000.
The follow in* is a List of deeds the considera
tions of which were 125,0001 or over:
Josbua M. Wiestiing. trustee, to Cas
cade Gold Mining and Smelting
Co.. tain ing claims. f1.000.000 00
Seattle ti.is Light Co. to Seattle
Gas at:d Kleetric Ught and Motor
Co.. blk 27 snd lots 3,4, 5 and 6, blk
Maynard's add 600,000 00
Maurice McMieken to ooutb Seattle
Land Co., 5,t<90.44 acres in tp zi n,
r 4 eand ip 21 u, r 3 e €OO,OOO 00
F. K. pander to Lake Washington
< able Kaiiroad Co., lar.d at Lake
Wailiiuftoa amicable x«Jway.,.. ujO.QUu 0b
C. C. Calkins to L. F. Menage, sere
property and lots in East Seattle.. 485,523 00
Sprint; Hill Water Co. to City of Se
attle, water-works and various
town lots 852,265 67
Emily Knight to Snoqnnlmie Moru-
Ing Star Mining Co., mining claims 250,000 00
J. G. Myers to SnoqusLmie Morning
Star Mining Co., mining claims 250,000 00
F. M. Jones to New England Land
Co.. lots in Oilman's add 250,000 00
Seattle Gas Light Co. to Seattle lias
and Electric Light and Motor Co.,
power-house, etc., on property in
block 19, Maynard'sadd 200,000 00
J. 11. McGruw et al. to McNaught-
Collina Improvement Co., lots in
Hanford s add 200,000 00
M. 11. Brimlicld to Seattle & North
ern Coal Co., mineral rights in seji
„ sec tp ■>*, n, r 6 e 300,000 00
P. N. Lilienthal to Edward Blewett,
barrel factory prop in Bell's dona
tion claim 175,000 00
F. M. Jones to Smith's Cove I.and &
Improvement Co., land at Smith's
Cove nnd Salmon Bay 150,000 00
D. P. Thompson to Ix>ster Turner,
property in Bell A: Denny's add .. 120,000 00
L. Turner to M. McMicken, property
in Bell & Denny's add 120,000 00
D. T. Denny to fl. Fuhrman. lands in
sees 20 and 17, tp 25 n, r 4 e 100,000 00
E. M. Cnrr to J. A. Moore, lauds in
sec 17, tp 25 n. r 4 © 100,000 00
Thomas Brown et al. to Snoqualmie
Golden Star Mining dc Smelting Co.,
Alderfoy lode and Squat lode (min
ing claims) 100,000 00
E. P. Fcrrv to McNaught Land & In
vestment Co., various platted aud
unplatted lauds 100,000 00
R. R. Drummond to Ext'elsior Brick
Co., lots in Goodspeed'sadd 98,000 00
Kirkland I .and & Improvement Co.
to W. H. Demarcst, jr., 320 acres in
sees 4 and«.», tp 25 u, rse 96,000 00
W. E. Bailey to Eastern Improve
ment Co., part lots 2, 3, C and 7, blk
12, Boren & Denny's add 95,000 00
Edward Blewett toC. W. Moore, und
barrel factory property in Bell's
donation claim 92,500 00
Washington Iron Works Co. to P. W.
Fuller, lots 1 to 4, block 12, Mny
nard's add 80,000 00
R. M. Crawford to E. Blewett, e
■ec 33, tp 26 n. r 5 e 80,000 00
Sarah E. Epler to Amos Brown, lots
0 and 7, blk 6, A. A. Denny's add .. 80,000 00
L. D. Brims to F. E. Sander, property
in Coulter's and Boston Height's
adds 77,200 00
8. J. I'lummer to W. I. Wadleigh,
lots 3 and 4, blk 11, Maynard's add. 77,000 00
H. Chnpin to West Side Land Co.,
property in Boston Co.'s plat of
West Seattle 75,200 00
Amos Brown to W. E. Bailey, part
lots 2,3, 6 and 7, block 12, Boren &
Denny's plat 72,600 00
E. M. Cnrr to Clise Investment Co.
n}j ne W and se no x /ki lots 1 and
2.sec 17. tp 25 n, r4 e, except etc... 70,000 00
M. L. Whitman to A. J. Fonua, lands
in tp26n, r4e 65,000 00
John Huutoon to M. L. Whitman, 273
acres in tp 26 n, r 4 e 65,000 00
M. J. Pontius to A. M. Pontius, lot 2,
blk "A," A. A. Denny's add 60,000 00
G. F. Smith et al. to Okanogan Live
Stock and Dressed Beef Company,69
acres in Maple D. C. and other p*rot»-
erty 60.000 00
A. M. Pontius to Margaret J. Pontius,
lots in A. Pontius' add 60,000 00
T. T. Little, referee, to H. A. Smith,
lot 8, blk 3, Boreu Denny's add.. 60,000 00
11. L. Yesler to H. H. Huugatc et al.,
31 acres in Yesler's donation claim 67,000 00
Charles Naher toE. W. Deyton, lands
in sec 1, tp 25n, r3e: in sec 6, tp 25
n, r4 e. and in sec 31, tp 26 n, r4 e. 56,000 00
C. C. Calkins to Louis F. Menage,
property in East Seattle 55,000 00
J. W. Emerson to I). N. Baxter, part
lots 4 and 5, blk 4, Boren & Denny's
add 55,000 00
W. E. Bailey to Eastern Improve
ment Co., lots 1 and 4, blk 2, A. A.
Denny's add 55,000 00
Wm. D. Wood to Green Lake Electric
Ry. Co., prop at Green I,ake 51,400 00
David T. Denny to L. H. Grifiitb,
prop in East Park add 50,000 00
R. S. Overatreet et al. to St. Louis
Seattle Land Co., lands in sees 22
and 23, tp 25 n, r 3 c 50,000 00
Geo. W. Trimble to Western Land Co.,
CO acres in sees 14 and 15, tp 24 n, r
3 e 50,000 00
C. J. C. Christie to Cardmoore Stouo
Co., part of ne of sw l /l, sec 3, tp
23 n, r 4 e 7 50,000 00
Puget Sound Construction Co. to Se
attle & Eastern Construction Co.,
blk 12, Bell & Denny's add 50,000 00
John W. McDonnell et al. to Stimson
Mill Co., tract on Salmon bay 49,025 00
E. C. Kilbourne to Henry Bottomley,
Kilbourne's div of Green Lake 48,000 00
Henry Bottomley to F. J. Chamber
lain, Kilbourne's div of Green Lake. 48,000 00
C. G. King to 8. L. Crawford, lands in
sec 16, tp 24 n, r 4 e 48,000 00
David Graham toC. T. Conover, lauds
intp23n,r4e 46,665 00
Seattle Constfuction Co. to F. E.
Sander, lands on Lake Washington,
all railway, etc 46,146 12
J. B. Alexander, jr., to W. E. Bailey,
und lots 1 and 4, blk 2, A. A.
Denny s add 45,500 00
C. C. Calkins to L. F. Menage, prop
erty in East Seattle 45,000 00
Smith's Cove Land Co. to Seattle &
Montana Railway Co., property in
Gilman's add 44,876 00
A. I!. Stewart to W. 11. Demarset, jr.,
297 acres in sec 5, tp 23 if, r 5 e 44,768 70
Builders' Material Co. to Dexter Hor
ton &. Co., lands in see 2, tp - 22 n, r
2 e 42,925 00
J. A. Stratton et al. to F. M. Davis, o
J£of sw of neof sec 20, tp 25 n,
r 4 e 40,000 00
Seattle Land & Improvement Co. to
George M. Boman, lot 9, sec 4, tp 24
n. r 4 e 40,000 00
Haller heirs to J. A. Moore, property
in Latona 40,000 00
C. C. Calkins to J. Albert Jackson,
property in East Seattle 40,000 00
D. Horton to Harrington & Smith,
part lot 5, blk 1, Maynard's add 40,000 00
A. A. Denny to W. E. Bailey, lots 2
and 3, blk 25, A. A. Denny's add 40,000 00
Nora MeMahou to K. H. Wellington,
lauds in sees 1 and 12, tp 21 n, r4 e. 40,000 00
A. A. Denny to J.N. Brookman, lands
intp2ln, r4c 85,200 00
Kirkland land & Improvement Co.
to J. S. Fassett, lands in secS, tp
25 u, r 5 e 85,000 00
W. E. Bailey to Josiah Collins, undi
vided 14 lots 2 and 3, blk 25, A. A.
Denny's add 85,000 00
Kirkland Land & Improvement Co J.
S. Fassett, lands in tp 25 u. r 5 e.... 35,000 00
James McNaught to Lake Washing
ington Belt Line Co., 463 acres in
see 9, tp 24 n, r 5 e 34,762 50
Puget Sound Creosote Co. to W. R.
Forrest, lands at Salmon Bay 84,000 00
T. R. Fleming to William L. Russell,
of sec 1, tp 25 n, r 3 e 34,000 00
C. C. Calkins to L. F. Menage, 16
acres in sec 2, tp 24 n, r4 e .. 33,280 00
Harrington Ai Smith to D. Ilorton &
Co., part lot 5, blk 1, Maynard's add 32,500 00
Plymouth Congregational ehureh to
W. K. Ballard, lot 5, bik 14, Boren
& Denny's add 82,000 00
G. E. Miller to R. A. Algar, 100 acres
in sec 32, tp 26 u, r 5 <• 32,000 00
Elijah Griffith to William T. Cor
inode, property in Latona Ist add.. 31,500 00
W. T. Cormode to Elijah Griffith,
property in Latona Ist add 31,500 00
L. H. Griffith to O. J. Treen, lots in
East Pk 30,000 00
J. F. McNaught to McNaught Land
& Investment Co., various town
lots 80,000 00
A. P. Mitten to J. Furth, 24 acres se'i
01 ne 1 1 sec 24, tui">n.r3e 30,000 00
A. L. l'aimer to I. N. Bigelow, lauds
in see s, tp 21 n, r 7 e and in sec 14,
tp '24 n, r 5 e 30,000 00
Thomas T. Minor estate to John Col
lins, lots 5,6,7 and 8, tolk 101, Terry's
Second add 30,000 00
J. F. McNaught to Josiah Collins,
property in Maynard's plat 30,000 00
Josiah Collins to J. F. McNaught,
propertv in Mavnard's add. 30,000 00
A. B. Stewart to Lake Washington
Belt IJne Co., 600 acres in sees 33
and 9, tp 21 n, r 5e 30,000 00
R. M. Crawford to E. Blewett, lands
near Kirkland 29,400 00
Washington Territory Investment
Co. to Wm. E. Bailey, part lot 1 and
lot 2, blk 2, A. A. Denny's add. 28,000 00
Wm. A. Harrington to Hamm <k
Sehmitz, lots 2 aud 3, blk 24, A. A.
Denny's add 27,500 00
J. R. Wolcott to L. F. Menage, lands
in tp 26 n, r 3 e, and tp 26 u, r 4 e... 27,450 00
D. M. Shanks to J. Rochester, % of
brick on lot 5, blk 11, Maynard's
add 26,000 00
C. Scheuerman to A. M. Brookes,
property at Salmon bay. 2"),000 00
J. S. Keed to J. W. Troup, Irondale
add 25,000 00
C. Scheuerman to A. M. Brookes,lands
at Salmon bay 25,000 00
R. A. White to Harry White, 120 acres
in sec 17. tp 25 n. r 5 e 25,000 00
James Dignan to C. H. Ropes. Wash
ington suburban home tracts. .. 25,000 00
Melissa A. Longfellow to Andrew
Knox, lots 5 aud 6 in blk 3, A. A.
Denny's Second add 25,000 00
F. R. Bentley to C. C. Calkins, platted
and unplatted lands 25,900 00
RECORD OF THE TEAR.
Dally Transactions ip Detail and Their
Aggregate.
Following is the record in detail of the
real estate transactions for the year, as
furnished by Osborne, Tremper 6i Co., ab
stractors of title, rooms 9, 10, 11 and 11%
Colman block, Seattle:
So- T>erd». Amount.
Wednesday, Jan. 1 Legal Holiday.
Thursday, Jan. 2 4"> $ 40„S(fi 52
Friday, Jan. 3. 42
Saturday, Jan. 4 40 ft)
Total 103 $ tfC£3i 27
FIRST WEEK IX JANUARY.
Monday, Jin. ft- 30 f 42.152 00
Tuesday, Jan. 7 44 44,6'.*.» «0
Wednesday. Jan. 8 57 76,753 00
Thursday, Jan. 9 31 43,.T0f> 00
Friday, Jan. 10 33 ;y>l9 00
Saturday, Jan. 11 37 18.956 00
tl Total 232 9 '235,384 00
SECOND WEEE IN JANUARY.
Monday, Jan. IS. 47 | 34,577 00
Tuesday. Jan. 14 4S KUSOft 00
W ednesday. Jan. 15 40 53.956 70
Thursday, Jan. 16. 2S 00
Friday, Jan. 17 -Hi 11,9*0 00
Saturday, Jan. 18. 41 14,24.) 00
Total 230 « 233,653 76
THIRD WEEK IN JANUARY.
Monday. Jon. 20 52 $ 81,262 CO
Tuesday, Jan. 21 :?j 50,702 00
Wednesday. Jan. 22 22 29,396 00
Thursday, Jan. 23 28 *2,555 00
rridav, Jan. 24 2) 16,992 00
Saturday, Jan. 25. 47 46,841 00
Total 211 I 310,b0b 00
FIVE DAYS IN JANUARY, ONE IN FEBRUARY.
Monday, Jan. 27 19 | 34,558 00
Tuesday, Jan. 28 :n 46,264 oo
Wednesday. Jan. 29 50 38.0« 00
Thursday, Jan. 30 ;X> 2«.«-!9 00
Friday, Jan. 31 31 81,707 00
Saturday, Feb. 1 39 25,182 00
Total 206 9 202,388 00
FIRST WEEK IN FEBRUARY.
Monday, Feb. 3 38 9 59,345 00
Tuesday. Feb. 4 SI 25,596 U>
Wednesday, Feb. 5 42 29,687 00
Thursday, Feb. ft 4X 16,66100
Friday, Feb. 7 42 47,790 00
Saturday, Feb. 8 31 14,862 00
Total 232 9 195,941 00
SECOND WEEK IN FEBRUARY.
Monday, Feb. 10 44 9 20,R48 00
Tuesday. Feb. 11 4:; *5,612 uo
Wednesday, Feb. 12 43 H1,975 00
Thursday, Feb. 13 44 34,613 00
Friday, Feb. 14 ,S6 29,117 00
Saturday, Feb. 15 23 30,194 00
Total 233 9 282,389 00
THIRD WEEK IN FEBRUARY.
Monday, Feb. 17 67 | 94,432 00
Tuesday, Feb. 18 37 73,314 00
Wednesday, Feb. 19 ;u: 29,749 tx»
Thursday, Feb. 20.... 4a 28,763 00
Friday, Feb. 21 :» 5:t,281 00
Saturday, Feb. 22 .......
Total 200 | 271,539 00
FIVE DAYS IN FEBRUARY, ONE IN MARCH.
Monday, Feb. 24 46 $ 22.816 00
Tuesday Feb. 25 <l7 36,017 00
Wednesday, Feb. 26 42 64,967 10
Thursday, Feb. 27 35 29,783 <0
Friday, 1-eb. 28 20
Saturday, March 1 29 24,4t>7 00
Total 239 9 194,892 00
FIRST WEEK IN MARCH.
Monday, March 3 32 f 82,528 00
Tuesday, March 4 2S 37,202 00
edncsday March 3 38 85,129*00
Thursday, March 6 61 68,560 00
Friday, March 7 32 111,012 00
Saturday March 8 60 246,708 00
Total 241 9 531,148 00
SECOND WEEK IN MARCH.
Monday, March 10 77 $ 118.474 55
Tuesday, March 11 54 224,108 50
Wednesday, March 12 45 81,932 00
Thursday, March 13 41 21,685 00
Friday, March 14 37 6»,618 00
Saturday, March 15 69 47,809 00
Total 313 | 513,627 05
THIRD WEEK IX MARCH.
Monday, March 17 50 $ 48,582 00
Tuesday, March 18 4S 38,2 M3O
Wednesday, March 19 4'.) 33,811 mj
Thursday, March 20 45 135,896 00
Friday, March 21 48 33,608 t)0
Saturday, March 22 52
Total 292 $ 363,419 30
FOURTH WEEK IN MARCH.
Monday, March 24 52 $ 32,520 50
Tuesday, March 25 61 47,524 50
Wednesday, March 26 59 56,366 15
Thursday, March 27 39 122,584 5u
Friday, March 28 05 58,224 00
Saturday, March 29 45 67,684 00
Total 311 | 384,903 65
ONE DAY IN MARCH, FIVE IN A FRIT/.
Monday, March 31 55 $ 5(5,319 58
Tuesday, April 1 46 109,->73 00
Wednesday, April 2. 58 72,646 00
Thursday, April 3 40 47,528 61
Friday, April 4 00 78,656 50
Saturday, April 5 68 43,450 00
Total 327 I 408,170 72
FIRST WEEK IN APE 11..
Monday, April 7 53 | 33,599 00
Tuesday, April 8 51 874,150 75
Wednesday, April 9. 47 48,591 00
Thursday, April 10 42 108.504 00
Friday, April 11 61 71,166 32
Saturday, April 12 02 149,861 00
Total 316 11,305,912 67
SECOND WEEK IN APRIL.
Monday, April II 27 $ 22,514 98
Tuesday. April 15. 46 103,337 (X)
Wednesday, April 16 70 112,591 42
Thursduy, April 17 56 53,267 50
l-'riday, April 18. 46 • 23,893 30
Saturday, April 19 48 69,103 00
Total 293 * 374,747 70
THIRD WEEK IN APRIL.
Monday, April 21 47 | 39,147 33
Tuesday. April 22 56 41,382 50
Wednesday, April 23 43 774,919 12
Thursday, April 24. 29 33,214 76
Friday, April 25 40 100,513 00
Saturday, April 26 48 270,062 50
Total 263 $1,259,239 21
TiIREE DAYS IN APRIL, THREE IN MAY.
Monday, April 28 47 $ 28,469 00
Tuesday, April 29 46 40,691 (X)
Wednesday, April 30 70 77,%:) 50
Thursday, May 1 40 61,655 00
Friday, May 2 68 112,917 96
Saturday, May 3 74 87,902 00
Total 348 $ 409,604 46
FIRST WEEK IN MAY.
Monday, May 5 75 $ 109,837 00
Tuesday, May 6 58 32,963 75
Wednesday, May 7 70 136,191 00
Thursday, May 8 44 49,726 00
Friday, May 9 52 38,043 00
Saturday, May 10 52 54.0&3 Oo
Total 351 I 420,843 75
SECOND WEEK IN MAY.
Monday, May 12 58 $ 33,307 00
Tuesday. May, 13 59 125,222 50
Wednesday. May 14 67 221.486 78
Thursday, May 15. 50 SO 00
Friday, May 16 62 209,418 60
Saturday, May 17 42 19,966 9a
Total 338 $ 657,610 86
THIRD WEEK IN MAY.
Monday, May 19 39 $ 24,760 00
Tuesday, May 20 63 71,033 50
Wednesday, Slav 21 37 214)12 90
Thursday,"May 22 46 46.580 00
Friday, May 23 50 25,932 37
Saturday, May 24 40 100,921 30
Total 275 | 291,340 07
FOURTH WEEK IN MAY.
Mondav, May 26 50 $ 127,149 00
Tuesda'v. May 27 75 190,332 00
Wednesday, May 23 40 323,797 00
Thursday, May 29 48 .'fr.OtHS 00
Friday, May 30. Mcsnorial day
Saturday, May 31 62 112,909 00
Total 275 $ 782,194 00
FIRST WEEK IN JUNE,
Monday, June AO t 88,161 55
Tuesday, June 3 63 73.378 50
Wednesday, June 4 52 80.* <6 60
Thursday, June 5 41 52,-206 58
Friday. JuneG. 45 7- '.,188 00
Saturday, June 7 31 38,415 00
Total 292 $ 400,126 23
SECOND WEEK IN JI'NE.
Monday, June 9 50 $ 49,528 00
Tuesday, June 10 43 62.297 75
Wednesday. June 11 3>t 4>V207 08
Thursday. June 12 '6 135,00 60
Friday, Juue 13 39 17,907 00
Saturday, June 14. 40 18,220 00
Total 268 I 329,199 75
THIRD WEEK IN JC*E.
Monday, June 16 46 f 4.% 70
Tuesday. June 17 49 35.709 <•)
Wednesday, June 18 42 46,553 09
Thursday, June 19 •*> 132,128 00
Friday, June2o 44 41.630 10
Saturday, June 21 38 20,020 tt)
Total 269 « 319,917 80
FOCETH WEEK IN JUNE.
Monday, June 23 r> s I 5®- q ®7 77
Tuesday, June 24 36 49,219 Of)
Wednesday, June 25 ffUBP 44
Thursday, Jun« J6 28 11.>,086 (v
Friday, June 27 JJ £*?2 &
Saturday, JuneiJs 80 33,960 10
Total » 771,422 74
ONE DAY IS /USE, nv* IN JULY.
Monday. June 20 44 9 46,454 00
Tuesday.July 1 '• lio,ij6l ftj
Wednesday, July 2 -• Miw
Thursday, JulyS 4 5 9b ,<156 M
Friday, July 4 Holiday
Saturday, July 3 >2 >.iS 00
I U i»; 213 I 00
FIRST WEEK IN JULY.
Monday, July 7 72 9 61.540 n»
Tuesday, Juw 8. :u :u,903 >o
« edtiesday, July 9 16 j*t,44<> i«
Thursday, July 10 4'. 28.1W9 CO
Friday, July 11 54 212,940 n8
Saturday, July 12 a® 41.544 50
Total 307 9 402,406 54
SECOND WEEK IN JULY.
Monday, July 14 40 9 18,431 00
Tuesday. July 15 27 31,743 <lO
Wednesday, July 16 4* 43,7*2
Thursday, .Inly 17 30 29,5*7 i*l
Friday, July 1* Jt7 34.290 00
Saturday, July 19 :» 18,586 oO
Total 213 9 171,419 00
THIRD WEEK IN JULY.
Monday, July 21 39 9 32,019 0®
Tuesday. July 22 42 17,532 00
Wednesday, July 23 34 172,211 00
Thursday, July 24 45 82,460 OO
Friday, July 25 35 80,929 00
Saturday, July 26... 3t 13,713 60
Total 226 9 348,953 o9
1W R DAYS IN JULT, TWO IN AUGUST.
Monday, July 58 43 9 3,114 50
Tuesday. Jnlf 2D „ <54 12,274 I*l
Wednesday. July 30. 32 '*»
Thursday, July 31 35 73.607 o»
Friday, Aug. 1 jg 23,027 00
Saturday, Aug. 2. 39 22,961 00
Total 218 9 766,261 50
FIRST WEEK IN AUGUST.
Monday, Aug. 4. 38 9 53,996 00
Tuesday, Aug. 5 40 7,818 0-J
Wednesday, An?. 6 5x 105,475 50
Thursday, Aug. 7 51 61,139 !U
Friday, Aug. 8 50 81,707 31
Saturday, Aug. 9. 32 11,856 ;3
Total 267 9 261,999 10
SECOND WEEK IN AUGUST.
Monday, An*. 11 62 9 33,852 00
Tuesday. Aug. 12 47 <.8,877 11
Wednesday, Aug. 13 55 64.751 ( v ;
Thursday, Aug. 14 80 53,75 l 00
Friday, Aug. 15 33 25,748 75
Saturday, Aug. 16 40 41,083 00
Total 228 9 290,120 89
THIRD WEEK IN AUGUST.
Monday. Ang. IS 64 9 27,248 49
Tuesday. Aug. 19 41 72,776 00
Wednesday, Aug. 20. 32 81,744 00
Thursday, Aug. 21 34 31,852 00
Friday, A of. 22 56 1,024,893 00
Saturday, Aug. 23 87 64,738 00
Total 2f t 91,303,251 49
FOURTH WEEK IN AUGUST.
Monday, Aug. 25 4t 9 16,487 00
Tuesday. Aug. 26 31 60,933 00
Wednesday, Aug. 27 40 31,926 ri
Thursday, Aug. 28 29 35.m9 t<o
Friday, Aug. 29 37 6K,«l!» 50
Saturday, Aug. 30 39 31,107 00
Total 220 9 247,782 14
FIRST WEEK IN SEPTEMBER.
Monday, Sept. 1 28 9 23,188 ro
Tuesday. Sept. 2 38 91,480 00
Wednesday, Sept. 3 47 20,344 00
Thursday, .Sept. 4 57 152,863 " l
Friday, Sept. 5 .'*s To
Saturday, Sept 6 55 81,321 3.1
Total 281 9 435,533 76
SECOND WEEK IN SEPTEMBER.
Monday, Sept. 8 5* 9 42.137 07
Tuesday. Sept. 9 42 35,117 70
Weditesdav, Sept. 10 65 51,707 .V»
Thnrsday, Sept. 11 29 624,0'i0 00
Friday, Sept. 12 {>3 54,658 OC
Saturday, Sept. 13 40 46,128 00
Total 287 9 753,778 i"J
THIRD WEEK IN SEPTEMBER.
Monday, Sept. 13 36 ? 3«,JM 00
Tuesday, Kept. 16 42 45,516 02
Wednesday, Sept. 17 38 16,f&l oo
Thursday, Sept. 18. 45 31,114 50
Friday, Sept. 19 37 114,5H0 oo
Saturday, Sept. 20 25,696 Po
Total 231 | 272,938 52
FOURTH WEEK IN SEPTEMBER.
Monday, Sept. 22 37 $ 14,620 50
Tuesday, Sept. 23 50 1t:,255 25
Wednesday, Sept. 24 47 27,346 «0
Thursday, Sept. 25 :» 20,480 Oft
Friday, Sept. 26. 33 111,21100
Saturday, Sept. 27 54 21,124 JO
Total. 254 $ -228,030 25
TWO DAYS IN SEPTEMBER, FOUR IN OCTOBER,
Monday, Sept. 29 43 * 05,410 50
Tuesday. Sept. 30 41 65,107 00
Wednesday, Oct. 1 45 27,977 2:1
Thursday, Oet. 2 34 6-i,l!>7 00
Friday, Oct. 3 :« 66,488 "25
Saturday, Oct. 4. 48 25,196 00
Total 250 9 295,375 98
FIRST WEEK IN OCTOBER.
Monday, Oct. 6 32 9 21,425 50
Tuesday, Oct. 7 65 2 '
Wednesday, Oct. 8 4) 46,456 50
Thursday, Oct. 9 35 *>.137 Oft
Friday, Oct. 10 49 52,547 ;(5
Saturday, Oct. 11 33 20,797 60
Totel 259 $ 502,716 61
SECOND WEEK IN OCTOBER.
Monday, Oct. 13 52 | 53,888 92
Tuesday, Oct. 14 55 167,615 oo
Wednesday, Oct. 15 53 29,90:1 7 •
Thursday, Oct. 16 38 51,630 00
Fridav, Oct. 17 42 40,755 21
Saturday, Oct. 18 46 14»,915 00
Total 255 $ 475,707 91
THIRD WEEK IN OCTOBER.
Mondav, Oct. 20 60 $ 31.075 no
Tuesday, Oct. 21 68 52,308 w»
Wednesday, Oct. 22 23 22,221 70
Thursday, Oct. 23. 63 3»>,711 0«»
Friday, Oct. 24 48 M.369 «.'l
Saturday, Oct. 25. 37 42,002 00
Totel 279 | 2-22,288 61
FIVE DAYS IN OCTOBER, ONE IN NOVEMBER.
Monday, Oct. 27 50 « 81,646 00
Tuesday, Oct. 28 53 28,075 CO
.Wednesday, Oct. 29 64 32.457
Thursday, Oct. 30 52 96,735 75
Friday, Oct. 31 :» 376,567 92
Saturday, Nov. 1 33 57,658 oo
Total 281 $610,060 0;<
FIRST WEEK IN NOVEMBER.
Monday, Nov. 3 45 9 41,532 00
Tfciesday, NOT. 4 l.egal Holiday
Wednesday. Nov. 5 57 11.450 00
Thursday, Nov. 6 67 7«,004 91
Friday, Nov. 7 67 41,214 25
Saturday, Nov. 8 46 85,575 25
Totel 282 1259,776 41
SECOND WEEK IN NOVEMBER.
Monday, Nov. 10 31 9 20.674 00
Tuesday, Nov. 11 53 66,305 OO
Wednesday, Nov. 12 45 4.5,141 00
Thursday, Nov. 13 62 68.647 flo
Friday, Nov. 14 28 15,387 55
Saturday, Nov. 13. 50 38,475 94
Total 272 " 9263,633 99
THIRD WEEK IN NOVEMBER.
Monday, Nov. 17 43 9 39,86:: 94
Tuesday, Nov. 18 44 379,746.0
Wednesday. Nov. 19 53 27,987 59
Thursday, Nov. 20 55 26».31t; :'►>
Friday, Nov. 21 36 82.207 00
Saturday, Nov. 22 41 29,502 00
Total 273 9677,840 29
FOURTH WEEK IN NOVEMBER.
Monday, Nov. 21 36 9 40,796 00
Tuesday, Nov. 25 63 84.501 50
Wednesday, Nov. 26 35 27.'"J! 00
Thursday, Nov. 27 Holiday.
Friday, Nov. 28 :i6 32,207 (O
Saturday, Nov. 29 41 81,945 00
Totel 201 9 216,772 60
FIRST WEEK IN DECEMBER.
Mondav, Dec. 1 62 9 81,613 00
Tuesday, Dec. 2 202,664 00
Wednesday, Dec. 3 C 2 4.5,736 45
Thursday, Dec. 4 49 21,537 00
Friday, Dee. 5 57 64.135 ot>
Saturday, Dee. 6 45 63,264 50
Total 328 9 450.939 95
SECOND WEEK IN DECEMBER.
Monday, l*e. 8 50 9 822.660 >-7
Tuesday, Dec. 9 69 '.xi.Jftl 0o
Wednesday, Dec 10 41 45,298 C 7
Thuraday.Dec.il 4-4 5V> .v»
Friday, Dec. 12 54 125.970 00
Saturday, Dec. 13 37 69,668 00
Total 298 91,211,856 04
THIRD WEEK IN DECEMBER.
Monday, Dee. IV. 51 9 51,667 »
Tuesday, Dec. 16. >4
Wednesday. Dee. 17 18 ;!9.942 75
Thursday. Dee. 18. 34 20. W 00
Friday. Dee. 19. M Tt.fc® .O
Saturday, Dec. 20 23 27,687 00
Totel - 258 9
FOURTH WEEK IN DECEMBER.
Monday, I>;C. 22 28 9 12,824 00
Tuesday, Dee. 3. f>2 36.727 fA
Wednesday. Dee. 24 S8 37 *93 00
Thursday, Dec. 25 Holiday
Friday, Dec. 26 -12 100,589 00
Saturday, Dee. 27 40 88,049 09
Totel 200 9 225,082 89
LAST THREE DAYS IN DECEMBER.
Monday, Dee. 29 <ii 9 :£■ * 991 15
Tuesday, Dec. 30 67 30,131 50
Wednesday, Dec. 31 53 4j,778 60
Totel Ix 4 9 Smsil SI
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