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|JP' JtAILWAtB.
F'lhaUt NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD
■ the line to take to all points East and
ES- JtontU. It !« the I7INIVO CAS aoVTS. It
through Vest!buled Train# every
In the year to
ST. PAUL AND CHICAGO,
(No <changa of can)
of Dining Care unsurpassed, Pullman
)rawin( Room Sleepers of latest
equipment.
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS
_ it can be constructed and in which so
k eemodations are both max and furnished far
|::'flllicn Of first cr second-claae ticket*, and
| ELEGANT DAY COACHES,
ifr a eonUnoous line connecting with all llaaa. af-
B. •rdlng direct and uninterrupted service.
§T paUman steeper reservations can be secured ta
p draaoa through any agent of the road.
! THROUGH TICKETS
rn and from all points la America, England and
| can be purchased at aay ticket office of thia
mm luta numi as yetAowat
I Overland through train, 8:1 ft a. m.
•srtland and sobth, 8:1S a. m. and 8:88 a. m.
Chehalls and Olympia,o:ls a. ra.
. Aaaeertea and north, 8:40 a. n>. and 8:1 ft n. m.
Tacoma and local, tt: IS and 8:18 a. m.; 18:18,
13M-28 and 8:38 p. as. '
mm wiu Attivi raost
Castero polnu, 12:35 a. m.
Portland and south, 8:40 a. m. and 7:50 p. as.
Chehalls and Olynvla, 11:10 a. m.
Aaamrtes a*»d north, 12:05 and 8:18 p. ra.
Tacotna and local, 12:26,8:40 and 11:10 a. m.:
8:15,4:55 and 7:55 p. aa.
Time shortened 1* bents between Seattle and St
Through Pullman Palace Weeping Caw. elegant
p»y finest nalaro dining can* between Se
attle, Tscoma and Portland direct. Daily service.
information concerning rates, time oftratna.
miln and other detalla furniahed on applies
D. CHARLTON, A sat. Gen. Pass Agt.,
181 First St., cor. Washington, Portland, iW.
JL A-N'ADR AU, General Agent, Seattle.
A (8».BERO, City Ticket Agent, southeast cor
pffYesler avenue and Commercial street, 8a-
Mtir, Wash.
• TON kin. Ticket Agent, Seattle depot, foot of
Rtfid street.
y a
fIXATTLK. LAKIB SHORE * EASTERN
J.O RAILWAY.
January 4, ISOL
a»»tr.
Lv Seattle Ar*eettle.
t VarPnohomlsh. Pedro. Ana-\ 9:15 am 12:00 m
p fortes and Falrbavea ( »:45 p m H :01 p m
I Far North Bend, Oilman ana
; Way. 8:50 am 0:00 pas
• fbr Ballard 8:50 am
DAILY KXCBPT aCNI>AY.
•Oman and way 3:45 pm o:ssam
Petween Prrtland and Anacortes, one train
dally each w»». . „ . '
Between Ta<-oma and Anacortes and Fairhavan,
two train* dallr each way.
Call K»r pucket tttre card.
V W. KUNS, Huperlntendent.
E. W. RUFF. (General I'assenger Ak-iil.
IJIO BAN FRANCISCO
And all point* la
CALIFORNIA
Vlathe Mt. Shasta ronta of
tIX SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY.
The Only route
THROUGH CALIFORNIA
To all points
EAST AND SOUTH.
nra SCRWIC RORR« or THB racine COAST.
PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS.
PULLMAN TOURIST SLEEPING CARS
Attached to express train'. affordlnc snpt-rlor ac
commodations lor around-class pissengers.
&' For rater, tickets, sleep) rg car reservatlana,
ate., call upon or adilrata
: THOMAS A. GRAHAM, District Pas-senirsr Agent,
110 South Temh rtrwt, '1 aroma, Wash,
f Z. P. ROGERS. \a-saiit General Height and
pamrnge* Agent. Portland. i
STEAMERS.
QETZ BROS. * CO.'B STEAMSHIP LINE.
I STEAMSHIPS HA YTLAN REPUBLIC AND
ST. PAUL,
Carrying freight and passengers at reduced rates,
will aall from San Francisco for Seattle. Tacoma,
port Towncend, Sehome, Wliatcom. Fairhaveu,
Qjyaipia aod way porta on the lollowing dates:
February .....8, 18, 28
March... 10, 20, SO
April », 19, 28

Bctarntag. will leave Hatfield's dock following
dates: t
February 7, 17. 27
jg££7. .. . 0. 19. 29
AprU . «. 18. 28
Freight received dally at Mission Street Plat
So, IT GET Z BROS. A CO.,
General A gents, San Francisco.
J A, HATFIELD, A gem. Seattle.
WINTER TIME CARD FOR 1890, COM
" nieucing Tuesday, September 23.
PASSENGER STEAMER BAILEY OATZERT
For Seattle, Tacoma and Olympta.
GOINO.
Lesee Olyinpla daily except Monday... 7:00 a. m.
Arrive Taroma " •• " 9:30 am.
]Mn Taoom* " " " 10:30 a.m.
Arrive Seattlo " " " 11.': 15 p. m.
*«rrußNi!*o.
Leave Seattle dally except Monday... 1:30 p.m.
Arrive Tatoma " " " ... 8:15 p.m.
J-cavr Taeom.-v " " " ... 4:00 p.m.
Arrive Olympia " " "... 6:30 p.m.
liUiNNm- Seattle, Yesler'a wharf: Taooma, N.
P. R. R. wharf; oivmp'a, fweelva!** wharf.
MEAtJS ON BOARD. Only hoat making round
trip Sunday. Carries Northwestern and Well.fr-
Fargo express ami fast freicht.
i. J. HATCH, Master.
OLYMPIA, February 00. 1891.
IjUST TIME—SI TO WHATCOM. ALSO
freight a: reduced rates.
STEAMER, WASCO
leave* Harrington A Smith's dock, fbot of Wash
hut on street, tor Edmonds, < "Union. Brown's Point,
Coupevillp, San de Fuca, I'tsaiadv, Deception, Au
•enrtes. Falrhaven, Sehotne and \\ hat com. Leaves
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 7a m. Re
turning. leaves Whatcom at 7 n. m. Tuesdays,
Thursday* and Saturdays. For freight or passu**
apply at wharf.
JNDIPENDENT LINE-
STEAMER S. M. RENTON
****** Baderes Wharf for Union City and all
way ports
Mondays, Wednesdays an 1 Fridays at 7 a m.,
Returning to Seattle at 4:30 p. m. on alternate
days.
W. H. REED. Master.
TIME TABLE—
■OCND SOCTB.
. LKAVB. I AIRIVR
3 Oft p m' Be'L Bay S 30 p m
»eii. Bay 9:30 p m Anacortes 11:00 pm
Anaeortes 11:15 am It. Townsend. i:4s«m
r Townsend.. 3 :10 a ri. Seattle atn
■••tUe 8:00 a ni. fac0&ia........10:00 a m
BOUND KOBTm.
LKAVK. j ARDITR
S; a l! le • Midnight Pt. Townsend. S:ooam
lown«.end,. 4:ooam Anacortes 6:Boam
7:iH) a m Bell. Kay 8:30 a m
•*ll. Bay 10:00 a mj Vancouver 3:30 a tn
, . JOHN IRVING, Manager.
J A. O'BRIEN, Mavter.
«hf company reserves the right to change the
■ot've schedule without notice.
PACIFIC COAST STEAM Hill? COMPANY
rnspat.-h steamers from Seattle as follows:
'or San via Port Townsend and VlA
yna: Attipi m. ipas?ongcrs r«H-«i\ed on t <-ard at
!P mi February 7 la 17, 2'J. *>'7 and every
<lars thereafter.
« c, r Alaska: l'ehruary 2 and 17; Man'h -tardia
*rt-ni >.n 1 i,Hno:siti for Victoria a: d Pufet
■"»r.d At 11 a. m. February 4. 9. 14, 10. 24.
Tlcknj m s v te otiiaiiifd ut the cilice uf the rem
at Oieaa dock, Seatt'e.
OOODAU PKRKIVS * CO.,
9 w <>ener*i Apnln, s-an Krundx*
*cl,Et.l»AN. s?ui>«?nn!*iMl'>nt. >o»ttl*
SEATTLE FEKRY -
UwWm S*attle—7 a. m , 8 a. m., 9 a. m ,
2»»o>Uy». io a. m >. 11a. m., 12 m.. 2 p. m.. (.Sun
*y». 3 p. m >, 4 p. m.. 5 p. n< 6 10 p. m . 7 p. m.
I**ve 7:40 a. in., * SO a m . 9:30 a. in.,
10:30 a. ra.J. 11:30 a. m.. 1:30 p. nv,
»..w p, n»., (£tind!ty« a. tn.>. 4 :M» p. nv, 5:30
* ••• 0:30 p. g.30 p. m.
U. 6. BATES,
BAXKB.
pwgjr SOUND NATIONAL BANK COT SR.
80/ and *ll foreign m 4 4m«itie aekun, trn»
moner bjr tetwcnwli to any part or the
United States and Europe, receive de
poaHaof mwr mim paaa
books or eartillcaiea therefor.
- . „ ron**aro*D*!rrß:
London, N. M. Rothschild A Sons.
Parts, De Rothschild Kreres.
Frankfurt A. K., U Von stelger AOfe
Yor ** agency of Bauk nfCallfbrafe
Chicago. Commercial National Bank.
Boston, Suffolk National Bank.
•an Francisco, The Hank of C alifornia.
Portland, Ilia First National
V TZERT ~ £«»**»
jrr»TH V tce-Presldeat
•• Zy «TH Cashier
Bank located corner Cherry and Front streets.
HORTON * CO.. BANKERS
INCORPORATED 1887.
SSJ2S: 9900,009
w. s. LAna
Vice-President A. A. DENNY.
Acting Manager N. H. LATIMER.
Bfctot exchange and telegraphic transfers on New
York, Chicago, St. Paul, Han Francisco, Port
land, and various points in Wash
ington, Oregon and British
Cain rub I a.
Sight bills of exchange on London available else.
Where in Europe.
Collections made at all points on fltrorable terms.
Bonds, stocks and other valuables received on rte
posit for safe keeping.
THK OUARANTICK LOAN AND TRUST CO.
(Incorporated 1857).
Llewellyn-Dodge Rullding, Second atraal.
CAPITAL, 0200,000.
Tfanaacts a general banking boaiaeaa.
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT.
Deposits received In any amount from one dolla>
upwards and Interest allowed thereon.
Money loaned upon Improved farm
aud city real estate
TRUSTERS :
LEIGH 8. J. HUNT President
WILLIAM E. 8A1LEY..... Vice-President
G. H. HEILBRON Manager
D. N. BAXTER CaSJier
K. B. DOWNING Secretary
COLUMBUS T. TYLER, J. D. LOWMAN. J. U.
SEARS, WM. It. FISHER.
RPHE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SEATTLE
Paid up capital 8150.000
Surplus 125,000
J. H. MCGHAW President
MAURICE MCMICKRN Vice-President
LESTER TURNER Cashier
General hanking business transacted.
Sight and telegraphic exchange payable In all UM
principal cities of the united States
and Europe.
TITASHINGTON LOAN AND TRUSTCO-^
" t Incorporated.)
MORTGAGE LOANS.
Securities approved here. No delay.
Branch office— Colman block, Seattle. (Ground
fioor, main entrance. >
OEORGE FOWLER, Manager.
Home office—Walla Walla, Wash.
Fastrrn nffir«a- / 45 Wrll street, New York.
Eastern offices. 1 2Q WmUMr street. Boston.
BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBlA—
(Established on Paciiic Coast 1862.)
Capital paid up $ 3.000,000
Power to increase to 10,000,000
Surplus 1.000,000
Interest paid on time deposits; reneral banking
business transacted; foreign exchanges bought
and sold: limits and teie*iaphlc transfers so d on
the bank's branches; also on New York. Chicago,
Canada and Hong Kong. Deposits received sub
ject to check.
BRANCHES:
Ban Francisco, Cal., Portland, Or, Tacoma,
Wash., Victoria, Vancouver, New Westminster,
Kanalmo and Kamloops, B. C.
J. KEITH WILSON Manage?
"jpEOPLE'sIjAVINGS BANK- ~
Capital SIOO,OOO.
With authority to increase to f1.000,000.
Occidental hlock. Front street, Yeeler avenue sag
James street. Seattle, Wash.
Incorporated December 19,1888.
OFFICERS—ROARD OR TRTSTEBS.
BAILEY GATZERT Presld»B»
JACOB FURTH Vice-President
ARTHUR A. DENNY Second Vice-President
JAS. R. MAYDEN.. .Manager, Caah'er and Sec'y
L. SCIiWABAC HER, JOHN LKALLV,
WM. E. BAILEY. JOHN COLLINS,
OTTO RANKE.
Interest allowed on ordinary and term deposits.
Loan< on real estate security.
For further information sea prospectus sad ex
tract from by-laws.
COUNTY BANKOFSEATTLE
II alter Building, Columbia Street, near Second.
CAPITAL 9100,000
F. S. DaWOLFE. President
J. A. STRATTON Vice-President
W. O. CAME cashier
T-nnsacts a geceral banking business. Safe de
posit vaults In connection.
SAVINGS BANK—INCOR
ff PORATED.
IAEWELLYN-DODGF, BUILDING,
612 Second street.
6 Per cent. Interest paid on Savings Deposits.
5 Per cent, interest on 6-mcaths Certificates.
8 Percent, interest on lv-months Certificates.
MONEY LOANED ON REAL ESTATE.
A General Bankiiur Business Transacted.
BANKINO HOURS:
10 a. m. to Sp. m.: Saturdays, 10 a. m. to Ip.m.
aml 7 u> fl o. m.
WL W. WBBBI.It*. MW, tv. EASRT, CASH
f RAN K M. SCTIOV, AW'STANT CABlllEa.
JOHS V. OSTRANL>RR, VICE-rRKS.
THE COMMERCIAL NATIONAL BANK OF
SEATTLE.
DißKcTOfta:
D T. DENNY. A s. MII.I.ER,
C P. STONK, JOHN V OSTRANDER,
H. W. W HEELER.
Comer Second and Marlon Streets, Seattle, Wash,
"ijt UK SKATTLE XA'» ION A L RANK
CAPITAL, $250,000
O W. F. GRIFFITH. (Denver* Pre* I»rt
\V. K. B X l.l.Atll) Vice President
FRED WAROE .Cashier
IJ*HE CLISE INVESTMENT COMPANY.
Capital stock, $300,000
8 AND 10 FEK CENT. SECURITIES FOR SALE
l<-v»*tments maiie in farm lands, acre tracts
residence an 1 bn>.»ne*s propert*.
Statistical matter upon application
t W Ci tsr Pre* dent. |H. W. Treas
C. M. SHFAUt, \ icv- I'ti'S. | it K. > I i**. >e.-re'arv.
r\o YOUR
BANKING BUSINESS
WITH THI
MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK
Tbe only designated
FINANCIAL AGENT
Of tbe United Stales in Seattle.
RATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE.—
Adorned c0ita1...... ........
Tnuisacts a genera! banking busioess
£. S O W'CfA K nn:-.:::~: :r.:::«s:?S4S
R. R. SPKNO'R
GRAND PALACE HOTEL,
«to 193 mn am mm. Chicago.
Four Mluwtet from Courthouao.
Motto riA»*.
Wi>«klf. SS.Od. Transient*. ROe Ip>
foteimt kj 0*
UTSALADY.
SUSS!
mouths of tb« famoua
Stiltamamish rivers.
TJIS ATi 4 T)Y b ** more natural re
u4u 1 iourcw tributary to
Sound** ot^er town on til ® Lower
TTTS A TiATW * 9 the natural outlet
Alll for th * world-re
"owned Skagit and Stillaruamish valleys.
Tne marvelous wealth or this region is
■jraply astonishing. There are inexhaust
ible quantities of the tinest timber. There
* ttr £e agricultural countrv whose fer
tility cannot lie equalled. There is coal
and iron in unlimited quantities. There
are lead and silver mines as rich as they
are numerous. There are mountains of
toe best I:me and ma'ble, and the finest
quality of asbestos. There is an aggrega
tion of wealth sufficient to support mil
lions. It will all have to go to t«<ie water,
as it is developed, and the harbor at Utaa
**dy is not only the safest haroor in the
Vicinity, but the nearest and most con
veniently reached.
lJ r FSATiATVY rneverh,Mj » "fcoom"
j-. —but is advancing
steadily on the MERITS of the place.
Large improvements are being made,
streets graded, residence and business
blocks arc going up, another new hotel is
ready to accomodate the public. thelTtsa
'■oy Ai»irs will be issued from its new office
this week, and the spirit of progress is
manifesting itself in thousands of other
forms.
TTTS ATi A "HY wm be the terminus.
i-wAJJAI/ i of the Utsahwiy, Mc-
Murrav ft Rastern Railroad, connecting
with the N. V. svatem at Lake McMurray;
and a line from Stan wood (only six miles
east) will bring the Great.Northern into
Utsalady. _ Look at your map; study the
situation intelligently, and you wilf cast
your lot with Utsaiauy. liOts and acres
Tor sale now on easy terms. Special in
ducements to those who will build atonce.
Free sites for manufacturing. Write for
circulars. /
ANDERSON « FAEGRE,
GENERAL AGENTS,
SCffEGERMAN BLACK, SEATTLE. WASH.
MERCHANTS' NATIONAL BANK
-OF
TACOMA.
» OLDEST BAN IC IN TBI CITY.
Fald la Capital, 9250,000; Surplus, 975,00 ft
Cor. Pacific Avenue and Eleventh St.
Walter J. Thompson. Pres.; Henrr Drum, Vice-
Pres.; Samuel Co'.lver. (.'ashier; R. J. Davis, Asst.
Cashier; W. V. Sargent. Second Asst. Cashier,
Directors—Walter J. Thompson, Henry Drum,
Nelson Bennett, M. F. Hatch, Oeo. F. Orchard,
Samuel r ollyer, R. J. Davis,
i 'orrespondenee solicited.
Transacta a general banking business.
SOLD KSDAL, PABIS, 1878.
® W, BAKER & Co/s
fiWSreatfast
|m Cocoa
In ' tl Ikb from which the excess of
fiti J|B oil lias l>een removed, is
I nfij \ Absolutely Pure
it is Soluble.
No Chemicals
are used in its preparation. It has
more than three times the strength of
Cocoa mixed with Starch, Arrowroot
or Sugar, and is therefore far moro
economical, costing Itss than one cent
a cvp. It is delicious, nourishing,
strengthening, EASILY DIGESTED,
and admirably adapted for invalids
as well as for persons iu health.
Sold by Grocers everywhere.
W. BAKER & CO., Dsrchester, Mass.
BONDS —SCRIP
City, Comity, Town ami School Bonds
bought. We have constantly on hand
Soldier's Additional and Valen
tine Scrip. Correspondence
solicited.
73 DEARBORN STREET,
CHICAGO, ILL.
GREAT BIGBWAY TO THE EAST
Frrot th» Pro* ft." t-> jh# At>r>t c •' •»><••»;? c'-fnrf
of c*r-. Ift our;. th" most q u i- fit r.t sc rery • n
the cooli: •it. Inn t* .*>Tti"n in* r
tun; I>mr c « «rv n■; I» v to . tu-«, I n:: it.»b.»
Colonist anl !h»ir r*no«r! «*!
Upholstered Toarisi Sieepißg Gars
JFST THTXK! 85 totlO ch«a|«r
than *ia anj other route.
For F»'<l#r» Mats. v;n!<s- «. ®'C , ar"<J-?»s
K. V M A|tl ■ > n?r<-r.'ial » Se
at:'*.
r B '■ OWN. \V ita:r. O U !*. Fasscnstr
Ac n ■ Victoria. H. 1
E«tabli>hrd ill New Yorlt, 1547.
fltiSVVftSi
Wl Ba*"ut:u-t o"r own :'i« o* (irl.Tfnj niv
cii: i.fry H*ne on the pr-in:***.
A UEVEHS mis 24 ®.\D STREEI
THE SEATTLE POST-INTELLIGENCER, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, ISM.
SEATTLE
Medical and Surgical Dispensary.
Oro. Merrill 6c Merrill,
Physicians, Surgeons aid Specialists,
Trtmont X3uildlns> 014 Front St.
The most widely and favorably known specialists
on the Pacltlc Coast, are scitl treating with the
greatest success all Chronic. Nervous, Blood and
Surgical Diseases, and diseases of Eye, Ear, Noes*
Throat and Chest. The doctors are recular gradu
ates from the University of the City or New Yorlt
and of the Lone Inland College Hospital. Brooklyn,
New York. »-d their long experience, remarkable
•kill ani.l universal success In the treatment and
curr 'jl Chronic diseases entitle these eminent pliy
aicians to the full confidence of the afllU-ted every
-.rhere.
A CERTAIN AND POSITIVE CURE tor the
awfhl vfltecit of early vice und the numerous evils
that follow in il.< train.
PRIVATE. BLOOD AND SKTN DISEASE®
ipeedlly, completely and permanently cured.
NERVOUS DEBILITY AND SEXUAL DI»
ORDERO yield readily to their skllllYil treatment.
PILES, USTt'LA AND RECTAL ULCERS
cured without pain or detention from business.
HYDROCELE AND VARICOCELE permn.
nentl v and iuccessfully cured in evei v caae.
BYPHILIB, GONORRHOEA, Spermn
torrhoea. Seminal Weakness. Lost Manhood.
Night Emissions, Decayed Faculties, Female
Weakness and all delicate disorders peculiar ta
either ?ex positively cured, as well as all fuuclional
disorders that result from youthful follies or tha
excess of mature years.
MARRIED MEN. or those entering on thai
happy life, aware of physical disability, quickly
assisted.
M'KICTUKES radically and safely cured wltto
oot pain or di-teutlon from business.
Rhet>mai tain, JTenrnljrla, Catarrh. Branching
Asthma, Tumors, Eruptions, Salt Rheum, her of
Wa, Tape 'Worm. Indigestion, Dyspepsia. <v>nstipa>
'.lon and all diseases of the varloos organs of tM
kody permanently, completely and successfully
treated at our great Mcdic-al and burgical Dispell*
Mary.
No matter irliat your compla'nt, consult these
skillful surgeons, who are abl<j to effect cures la
many cast.-* that have been pronounced hopeless.
All surgical diseases, tumors and deformities re
moved with aatomshlnx results. Uentio-urinary
tiuraery, stricture. aU diseases and deformit.es of
either sex, all impediments to marriage ci lickly re
moved. Long experience, with unparalleled suo
cess, is the beet evidence of a doctor's skill.
Ollice Hours—9 a. m. until Bp. m. Sunday, 11ta
32. Thousands successfully treated by correspond*
ence. ail confidential. bend 4 ceuts la stamps to
Insure prompt reply.
DR. BOWMAN t CO.'S
mm.
SDLLIVAN BLOCK, FROST STREET,
These well-known and reliable specialists treat
all chronic, nervous, blood aud skin dlsea* =, al«o
all urate nnd chronic diseases «of the eye and ear.
They nr> the most eminent physicians on the
American continent. As surgeons they are
equaled by none.
NKttVOl'S PKBII.ITY, s-prrrnatorrhrea. Semi
nal 1. -Hsrs, Mglu Emir-si >ns. Ixjssof Vital Powers,
ssle pe~?ne s. Uloomincs*. Depression of f-pirita,
Av-r-nm ti society, Nearly l>iscoura?ed. Uric or
t'on idencc, Dull. List!cn<-, fiitit '.or Htudy or P»usi
nesi. porHianciitly anil ; p"ed ly cured.
A 1.5. s>EXt*Al. DKKt iitMlTlKtt and impedl
mcnts to marriage corrected.
lii uoii AXu SKIN Syphiliscoin
pl»tplv eradicated without the imw «>f mercury.
Scroi'ula. Kryoipel;w. Bloii hes, I ruptions, Cczenia.
Acne. I leers, I'iniplai, l>a<m lit the Head and
B iifs. etc., permanently cured when othrrs have
tailed.
I'HINAHV, Kidney and Bladder Tronblps,
M'cuk Back. Burring Unne. Fretiueucy of Uri
la'lnr, l iino Hi<h < olorcd or w.tli Miiky Sprtj.
rap it oil standing <ioiiorrh(ea, lilcct, Cyst.tn«,
Varlocle, Hydrocele, etc., pcrmaneutly cured.
Chirp's r^astiiiahlp.
Slttli Tl UK i tired in from fifteen totwrniy
days t y the latP-t an l mo'.i sclpntilic mptli' ds.
<' t'l A lUtll, Threat, ?io«e and Liseases
ly and petmanentl? cured.
I'll K>, l istu,l. r insure. Rectal t'leers, perfectly
cine 1 without knife, its ititre or caustic Nodeten
tioti from bnsiut ss. < >ver 7,'00 ca-es cured. Tre .t
--nieiu sciemiiie, safe find phinle-i.s, tnd wonder! ul in
l.s re«ul?a.
I/ADlt- All Female Weakness promptly
cures?. HealKc'.ie. Nervous I'rnstratiOß, General
D" b'ltty, Hoprcssion, Ovarian
'frotib.iw. Im motion. Vlceration. Kalliu?
ph. cnen<*, Iriiira, r-pinal Weakness,
kuiriMV < Omplai:itß, Ciiattge of I.ife, etc.
OtV. -j Hours—'9 am. to Bp. ni. Sundays, 9a.
m. to 12 nt.
N. P.—iv-r'on-i nnable to visit us may be treated
ni their homes ly correspondence coi.sjltation
i'rff.
MANHOOD'.
How Lost! How Regained!
A Great Medical >York for Young and
Middle-Aged Men. Kew Edition.
Or SrXF-rnr.SF.RVATTOX. A new and only
Gold Metial PRIZE ESSAY on NERVOUS and
riIYSICAIi HKBILIXY, KUUOBS of
YOUTH. EXHAI'STKD VITALITY, PRE
MATUIIK DECLINE, and ail DISEASES
ar.d WEAKNESSES of MAN. cloth,
c :t; lis invaluable prescriptions. Omy SI.OO
V>y nil', double sealed. Descriptive Prospect
us with endorsements mrr I <JFNn
of the l>re*s ai d voluntary kHkb | ..htJr
testimonials of the cured. • NUn«
Consultation in person or by msil. Expert treat
ment. INVIOLABLE SECKKCY and CER
TAIN CURE. AUdrc«« l'r. W. H. Parker, or
The Pcabody Medical 1 a — ansml
Institu'e, No. 1 Bu!-
Cneh SL,Boston,y.iss. L J ■
or Post Offl *e r>ox 1 pWW. 0* "■ » M
The Pealjody Medicai Institute Has niatiy iau
tatJrsbutnoeqaaL—Heruid. (Copyrighted.)
jßamuprum
1 1 . *• 1-1R PIEKCK'S
HI. n *rric i: lint re
i' TBI Sj#"o4jElfctrleTr»««
/EE\N. in t'ie world. NiSron Hoops or Steal
m /J£\ Springs! harrto War. This celebrated
% //3 Trnsiihss r»«liesU?srei»re«t thousands
MflfSr of patients. £«ub. Uul s\*rf«et fitting trumM
f:' nt «"*''! parts of the world. »>- Kor tjescriptir#
PiunpliletNo. 1 arrt blank for ?<eir-n-.«a«aren!eatb*end
stamp 11 ths .ilacnetlr Ela/il i<- Tru» Co., TM
P6criTO«nto St., !S»a Francisco, Cal. »#"Tnißße» fitted
ecr;ozwily at the sbova auilre.»s.»:thont, extracharge.
fr>oo kkwaku!
V.'e w.n pay ill" n- ve rt>" irtl 1 w any r«w of
I.i vt-r Coinpu; s. 1 -i.s'.a. > «. Headache, ludl
(. ' •>!., I , pat i or we cannot
ii.it *:th \V. .. 4 Vece'.aole I..\er i'llis when th«
«»r« v-. iia tm» strictly complied with. Th»y are
pm.' y \ uj:«1 ;;"ver t.tti to <■ ve "-liilsfaetion.
!-*>%•• 1 »t- >. < ;<0 p;il%
c« • lb-ware of counterfeits and mutations,
'i i- I.J 1- ~.u.tureu on." ay iUK JOHN C.
V. K.vi coml'AN Y . CUR'A .O. ILL. by
Kehkow Bhi«., l.'r.'sc -U. Occifler.uil tiioclt, eo-
Irn'.ice on Vi—i>r aver .. A.i i Jasues street, .Seattle,
V ash «,>■•! a . . i.Kt
HBiEK
Mt.i »lio aje la iiiiff iu force aud vlitor,
or vt.ik, ticrvotiH from ar.v f-ause. at once
lor tin- Xrw Common Sense Home Care.
N>"» r.n ;-rat!!is; dr. No electric nou-*n»a, Thrrno
*H(h > <).». S<-i'.ed iuf«riuuti i tree. Aci<lre>4
Albion PliarmatyU.. Box 91, AlblonMlctk
Don't sutler with Rheumatism or
Neuralgia. Ath-10-pno-rcs is a posi
tive cure.
NATIONAL
SEATTLE, WASH.
T. H. LOYHED <6 SON,
QUICK MEAL
GASOUNE AND GAS STOVES
W# also carry a full 11 «f
BABY CARRIAGES
Of the flaeat mtkM
Corner Front and Union.
WANTED.
4 laborers for city work, $2.
4 railroad wen, -0 cents per bour; all winter's
Job.
Female help (Tom 920 to 930 per month.
FOE SALE.
C!«car and confectionery store In a good location
?B>o.
Todglng-house of 2'J r«-.r>ms, good furniture and lo
a flrst-class localiuu. S9OO.
10-rojm house, all nicely furnished. $ 100.
Hesiauiant and cutiit in i'airhavcn; SS9O;
cheap.
Kirst-class restaurant and outfit dninc a Rood
business; in the best location In the city; $600; a
snap.
Team, timber and outfit Tor logging, $3,230.
A few paving lodging-houses.
Chautauqua lots .
A largo number of central flats and houses with
furniture tor sale.
Rouses, rooms and offices ia the bast part of the
tty.
GEORGE W. CRANE
Washington Employment Bureau,
lOtt Washington s>t.
WE HAVE MOVED
To oar new ofßceg, rooms 330.331,
on the first floor of the Pioaeer
Building, Front Street.
REMINGTON
TYPEWRITER HEADQUARTERS.
Shorthand & Typewriting Offices,
CALL AXD SEK US.
UA
HcuLPlpGrS. WB pinhandOilTs
11 Bat H-TI; es
i>o. 16.
Drunkenness
V* LIQUOR HABIT.
ar/uimrwCMO mate
D*HMIFES GOLDEN SPECIFIC
It can be given In a cup of coffee or t*a. or
In articles of food, without the knowledge of
the patient. If necessary. It Never Faii.».
48 page boob of particulars free. To be had of
W. A. IASBROICK & TO, Draipirti Seattle, Wish
Chichester* E«U>k Diamond Brand.
PENNYROYAL PILLS
V OrlftitlutOalrearati*. A
Sart. alvrar. reliable. LtDitl ul £\
f I'rairirt for Ckirktsttrt 4W»*
Brand in Hed *od Hold bi"*HiayaJMr
"K *«, K-aied wi:h I>lbb riSboo. Take \ar
*) Rrfnt* da»v*r°vi mtbtMu- ▼
I"I Aiftiatu and imitations. At Dra;si~u, or »*a<i 4a.
I w M in suspl for particular*. muiaosiml* 114
\ M B•• Itelief tor Udlta" •'» Uv.vr. by niira
V /r Mall- 10,000 TertiaaOftiate. Aarw Paper.
V A c* i» hr Cfccmle al Ce^lladl««« S«iara,
e«l<J t>r all Local Drugguu. Ftliadjk, l'a.
—rfw - | ft Big <« ia ackncwledpc«
the lcaiiinsr renie< I .y fof
■Bri The only sata remedy for
JjayUusranyd n°ty M E«s«orrl»<r»orWbite3.
s * rtejre - I Dreecribc it and feci
E3 Mf«ooirt>7 safe in rcc<>n.mending U
M THfgwsCHEVOt.ro. to all sufTenrs.
wk onc!*N*T!,C BMOB A. J. STONI-.K. M. IX,
Wk u. B.A. 7U IJE< ATt 'R. lU>
Sold by DrnußitttL
PRICE Sl.uO.
Open Day and Night. Telephone No. 70.
THE SEATTLE UNDERTAKING CI
Funeral Directors and l.mbaimera
1,333 Third St, Pluinmer Block.
for Sh-pment m bpecaity.
C. A. KOKPKT.T, Masa??r. flattie.
CROSS & CO.,
UNDERTAKERS.
-{.113 Froct s;reet, near L<«acrv
TKI.EPHOS£ NO. '.'37. SEATTLE.
Bonn ky i ktewar 1 !, w»-
c>-s«or* to O. C. rilvorcy 4r <**>.,
l':i<l«rtm£i"i». Cor. Tninl and
Columbia. Telephone No. 13.
YOD CLAIM THAT YOU ARE RATIONAL
Does Your Conduct Show
It?
Why dine With Blind Faith to lh*
Totterlnjr Old School* of Medicine
<lu«t Because They Are Old.'
The ox team is older than the railroad;
the pony express is older than the tele
graph; the crooked stick is older than the
steel plow. People who reverence the
dead past do not Wiong to this progressive
ape. For them is blood-letting and leeches,
croton oil and Spanish fly.
The Histogenetic System is superceding
the old schools as does the sunrise the
darkness. Would it not be well to inves
tigate it?
CK.VTKAI.IA, Wash., Feb. 10, 1801.
Dr. J. Eugene Jordan, Seattle. Wash.:
Sir—Having used your Histogenetic
Medicines for sciatic rheumatism and
found immediate and perfect relief after
fifteen years of doctoring, I have great
confidence in it and tind several here who
wouid like to use it; therefore, write to
know if yon would like an ajr«*ncy here,
what terms you allow agents, etc. Should
like to handle it if satisfactory arrange
ments could be made. Respectfully,
MRS. W. W. WALTERS.
SKA BECK, Wash., May 10, 1830.
I was laid up with rheumatism and was
in as bad a fix apparently as possible. My
Irs; swelled up enormously and hursted.
The a~ony was just about unendurable.
When things looked darkest I f-ent to I*r.
J. Eugene Jordan for his liistogenetic
nirdicincand after taking it «i x d;\ys re
covered completely and a:n now perfectly
well and have had no rec;irren« <• of it for
a year. THOMAS PIERCE.
Dr. Jordan's Office
is TIIK
RESIDENCE ftF EX-MAYOR YESLER,
THIRD AND JAMES.
ConsullatioQ and Prescription Absolutely Free.
Fend for free book explaining the Histo
gcnetic System.
CAUTION—The Histo<*enetic Medicines
are sold in but one agency in each town.
The label around the bottle bears the fol
lowing inscription: "Dr. J. Eugene Jor
dan, Histogenetic Medicine." Every other
device is a fraud.
m Ha Walla
Most Popular Addition
in Seattle.
50 houses built in last
90 days.
Only a few lots left at
present prices.
Every lot in the addition
within two blocks of the
James street car line now
being built
Parties desiring homes
will find this property the
best buy in Seattle.
CHOICE LOTS!
LOW PRICES! '
EASY TERMS!
Brewer £ Hanpte
OFFICE WITH
F. I GARDNER,
606 Second St.
TEADE AND SHIPPING.
Retail Trade Review for the
Week.
DAY'S EXCHANGES, 5!49,413.20.
Grocery and Provision ;.|*rket Active-
J*ry Goods, Clothing; arid Hoot
and Shoe Trade Hull.
TIDE? 4T SEATTLE ti 1->t! T " IV.
K!(.H water'. : « *T«r~
«• m. : ft. '..:n. ft • ?♦ • ft,
4.45 12 5 2.: 1 '• * :•» V :: s
AT roar tow.*; ,
4 -14 1 4 2.'." h 7 , 1, » • 1' 7~
ttUTTLX. r -:>. :?t. ISOI.
Exchanges at • 1. • f» Ily
amourted to 20. ri:e were
?*t101.72.
No chaiige wrr.* rc;v>r?<-i ;>i - ing trade
Jc*trrdny. Ujcttpts of r. <■ I ami general
produ« f were fair. #ut■ )r j •►* ol 11 t< hsn
<ii->e \*ero wry light. 1! u v •< ;y>t ctio - i;h
activity toatlertquestion-;.
KKT All, V\•; KI r UK V I'. W.
Ihe retail trade tot the week n :*r< rerii«. pro
visions Eii i tnejil* im> lie a viry . >o«l; but t!iO
trade in dry x<h; In. cinlbit>2. :uin.- 'r.-ijj go.-ds,
boots and shoe* h«> tiecn r d'. -r .11, thooch
most of the im ri iiuiils . I i TS t!i -<e linos of
trudeoay thut tii. fr-:di *t. r 1-. : r-i.iry, -■> f.-.r,
compare favorably *\ith !.i r f r the <">rr> *■
pOO>iing |>eriod !■<•'. )> > r \ few think the
trade is unusually dull, however, but do not ex
press any anxiety o* "r the outlook for th ■ com
ing season.
Jn the grocery an i provision ttnd?, sugar is
about the only commodity Ci*it has \ j,ri- il ma
terially in prii , and win > th< n\sr
ket bus fiuctunii' i i«:t little, t» » r.-t.tii dealers
have mNdc a marked reduction in »l;c prire of
ail Kriidcs. Bul!( r is-a tritle lower lor ir> -h imd
pickled roll, and F.isi rn che. s<: has droj'ped *•.
Potatoes have dropped per l>. and cabbage
hss ndvatH'Cfl a ••c!,:. (lie supply Mng short.
I'oiiitry Is ;.aid to Im> M-.ir- • find tu stood d*-
TPund. and unne rn the 1 :.• 11 dt ler-" ►tv they
will l> * obli;j«l to s-'-ii t ; »<)n for r.tock. Kbh
is scarce in <if th>" hlsrli wiu<is
which have previdb d for •,,line time along the
coist imd on tli." t'o'.undea river. There is
*OlllO nice Eastern tdtud in (he m.ir'»ct. (>ysters
are in k<x>l| demand uad f':e supply is good.
1/jbjters und cr.il; are now in ti .. market.
BETA 11. Vll'ofAl 10:,;..
IT.ODK AND Mh.M. d;:nje oti». v. ">: Call,
fnrnin, $!.«»; Oregon, ?! 0; Hnsbingtnn, 11.2.»
per hbl. Corun.eal, aue; oatmeal, Rice 10c
per lb.
M'UAR.-t—tirßiiulatcd, lf>li>*; cxtri f, is lb*;
golden l'.i lbs; cut half, 16 lbs, and pulverized,
12 lbs fori!.
B' T'l ICR Kiitk v Eastern creamerv, 40s>, n Tir)
dairy, :U)c per lb; < aliiornia Ircsli roll, 7v-, and
pickled roll, 6i>c per roll.
KA.GS—Fresh ranch. l«.f, and Eastern, 30e per
UOZ.
( HEEaK—Easterr. : .California. 20e; fv «s
imported, 40c, and <(<■ .-?><» ? H>r Id.
I- Rl! IT —ttayitingtoii navel <>rai:c' (<,(ioe,6oaud
4-V, ai.'i Riverside seedling*, toe, -io and :mc per
riox. Sicily lemons, !v, and « alitornras,t>cr
VfJGET VBI.ES Native iiotntors, !'■>: Oregon,
I 1 v, and Callforn ('airots. turn
ips and beets. x<", cabbage, Ic, and union-*, 7c }>er
li>. celery, vie, find iaHlifi--.yer, s!.•'« j-t dos.
Musi I hito ians, *c, a"id l oyii linias and
pinks. s' ,c per ili.
' ANNi.f) (i(.)OI)S rcarl'fi!, prnrs and apri
cots, 2-V; oherriw, straw ben:- •< i:nrt ni>r fx-rriee,
roc: alt otncr table iriiitc, -j;c: peas, -joe, and
corn, tomatoes and *tr;:i" l.v-
< TRF.Ii MEATS \M» 1 \ R.r» Native cured
hatns. l.Vo,ltic: Ea*.t-r«. ! Ji-; hue 11 !•>•; «iry
salted meats, 10c; dried hvH»f, chipped, Jtk", anil
lard, r.f«.t;ic p..r It.
HONEY AM» HVRfl'S—California rnmh
honey, 2.» c. and strniuc<l 1 ><• j»t n«; pure maple
syrup. ?1.2VA>1.r4), ai;d coikwib ?vrups Sofife|l
jx-r sal.
PlrKl.Es -Cross, plr.iu, rdxed and chow
elifw, iOc p'r p ut, ur v> • }n.t <;M«!"t: domoHtics
inches, 2">5 iite, Mid nurc cider vinewr, -10 c
per era 1.
hREtUf Mi*.A'l> iicef. fcr ly<il:ne. 7e. and
steaks v.'il, u : ./■: j.\r; r itton. }2'y<(
b>: pork,
Eastern frcz.u, -J).-, :,ud iui.v:, freshly
drewd, 2h*.
FISH ANDOVftTERS Fresh selmou In slices,
I2',c: smeits, h ri; fin under .r <. c I and
to;,; COd,/V; ' , f .l, •, 1 10. st< rs 2c;
< rabs .f h; E«.»» rii ovgters ». m: per can;
hound oysters . <ic t,.- r <j . a .
eSSBHAb S«J IMKXTS.
Dnrinfj the f>Tst twenty r r>r hours croods and
nierrhnndlise have been : i:.j. ! from Seattle in
tiit'ft Uoivin ; .M'luuni ■: li- -Northern Pa
< ;!i , i s t<o;»: > olumbbt iV I' . rr-* «.,nnd. 41 tons;
!-cattle, Shore.V ]-"»-i m toy*. Kv water
\\MS.CO. ! u.>; W, K. >i rum, f. :is; City
Of Scuttle, I - Ion:-, '• :I I, 1:. tins; Au;;.-let, 11
tons; : tons; l.'.ith.f. tot: ; Buckeye, J
tons; tiiidi', _• tons; <ira«o, 2 tons; Favorite, U
tons. Totiu shipments, z-s tons.
MERCHANDISE ANO P!lOt)l!«K KF.'T.irTS.
Produce r.nJ merchandise have been received
at the port of P. rsttle duri?u;*he net twenty
four hours ns follows: Ry r.-: 11 -Xorttiern Pacific,
5'l") ton B ; Columbia a I'tif.vt >onnd, Kt tons-; Se
attle. Ixke Shore A Extern. i:.s tons. By water
- State of Washington. »tons; Premier, i tons;
Wasco, •"> tor,*; Fatrhavea, '£ tons. Total receipt*.
83J tons.
EASTf.IIV MtKKETS.
NEW YORK STO< K EXCHAMiB.
N*» YORK, Feb 'JO. Tbo interruption of
telegraphic romrr.nni' i>t-ou over a '-rr - portion
ol the country served to rentier tr- r* ■ ' ■ ns in
the sto< k market today t! o snalkst a.t t !je year.
Final» hat)"eg of a small fraction wore at an ad
vance, with no material approvement any
where.
oovcramcDt bond*. steady.
HON»Y AND EXLLIANOH.
Money rn call, ea*v; closed ofJercl at S. prime
Sterling exchange, quiet and steady. Bur sil
ver. 96}?'.
BONDS.
V. s. 4s (rej*) 13 ' ; C. S. (coupon).lo3
I'. S. Is coupon).. . lj! 'i i'aciiic w 109
U. 8. 4J. 2 S (rcg.).... V
RAILROAD «TOCKS.
Atchison.. ' ">r< :;'>ri Impr'v'mt.. 271^
American Fx Ii«'» >.»iii:i>u Navigation. 74
Cenr.dian P:;ei3c.. 7C >r .'in Short I.ine. 2!'<j
t an Southern . r Ji' t North American... is
Central Pacilic.. .. 'M I'cciik Mail 37*£
Burlington. x»**. Reading. sAI
Del tack... . ..tSfr\ R. c>. western. :
Itenver, Kiolirande (;/
i'.rie I'. ;. i;<>ck Island irsX
Kansas A Texas . U ->i Paul ..
lake Shore. .. 11 Putil Omaha.. _!!«,
l.onisvfllo»«.. Nash.. T, terminal IX*?
Micbigau Central.. "> ; icxas Par i!ic . . .. JO2
>li>-.»:iri Pacific... Pacific ... 44) a
Northern Paciiic... <"nii-:> Jitnte-t Kx .. >1
Preferred « ■ r'arßo Fxpr< •s . . .j so
Northwestern l(. ■..< Y-m-ra 1 >a r.V $
P»eferred CotiuuOil.
New York Central..l<>iC
MINIS ; «T>» K .<.
Amad'.-r 1 ('■<■' >: ri.-io 37 no
Aapcu 5.v ~ii ;; „o
h.'mkn <. n •= •;■ >.sll i ... 1
llonic»taae * :• ..>« j..;vad«. .. tn
Horn silver 3 j* >.-tfind«rd l .»)
ft
Coffee fiptict!" '!' - •! I;ru 10 ;
sale-, :sT.<>6i,-v a f»; t-.'^rnar)-,h ■ ; j Vnn ii,
?I *. bKfy' l '• * » *«-. ; t, No. 7,
17; NC.
hUKar- Quit.
<'rij^«er —.Nominal.
I.' ad Steadv; 1 nii <:ic, TI.T-.
Tin —Kaay: h'.r ilt*,
Pfctroitua. M«!. h •.. -i; a: ;r«
80.-T-C.' STOi X Ki'C'l A v«iE.
BOSTON, FC v . JO.—-• •- .
Atchison Sa::ta Fe I'-' •.. 'sa «'rt> Con.. 21'
k.' . * m.-s !> ■
CIIU AGO J.tV.' fT'K K.
CHICAGO, I -• • I r»t»,
kteady; ateers. St. •*f- !■>; >•< ; t - «•» .v
If ci;s—Rectipts, :r.V7i'. nc!;vc and .-tr<> c;
rough and eomri n. J 1 .. >• ;»•»«•„"r*
and mixed, M - •. pri! v md i<..'.cher
weights, ; li
SlH'tp- a- I. v'.ar~- f;-.•!
Western*. J-l.t w«; )•! !e.- •;
natives,t-ViV'
< HK'ASO r.OARK OK TK\r>r.
Wheat—Cl v'i firi>i;i', ■ \ . ' v, 17c hid.
I'orn >-( ' ' v; 1 ,• •
Oats— My: c-
Im rd ' 'ash, f r ». fi7' ...
Bye—Fmu, VXo, '
liarler — NOMINAL.
Whisky— fl. ! t.
Shoa iderj—--ti; shert clear, ti.-
short ribs, 14.0U-.-i.7U.
SAN rUANIISCO HUIKKTI.
SRXMAEY or THE Mruitiov
Fas Francis*.', Ft-b 'J>.-The market
is in a state of deMf-rniiiation casMed by hvr.rv
arrival* this morning. i>--< .r&iuo lr>r»
all directions and the mark'-t i* The
Vegetable market U comparatively .«• :;et. Ti -re
w-4'»»x boxes of aaj-eracti* in tl. < morning,
coming principally ironi fc scram* n to. Th Ma
jority of it *-<ld for jOc i-I ponnd, t. t there
werp some sa'ea down aa low asc. linen peas
are ewmlas: i'i slowly, and aJt' o. ?;>(•«? is
some tine stock, most of the arr vati are {rf*»r.
Toinat<*s ar* i>l<)w: onions wenk«r. The only
movement in the Lruit market i* m red apples
and pippin*. Both are scarce and in roc>4 d«.
mand. Ihe market for oranges la in tall supply
Keg* dropped a point lower thin morning. j|si
rival* ot California are venr bear* and the«ui»
mand is weak, Rotter 1* also shading slightly
The wheat market Continues strong and active
at top quotations for gor*i So. 1 shipping. Kee<t
In r ley was a trifle st adier thin morning, at a®
high at f I.ST) per rental for choice stock. TU»
c.ui board Market opened steadier, but clo«c4
weaker than yesterday.
rRODtrcK mcrEtrrs AND QUOTATIONS.
Produce receipts— Flour, 21,00 ft quarter sacku
wheat, 82,000 centals; barley. 6,000 centals; oati
6.000 centals; beans, 2,000 sack*: potatoes, 14,00}
sack*; onions, l.i'X) sack*: bran, 6,tiu) Racks:
bides, 2,Ux).
Wheat— Shipping grades. »I.JKV(HI to per ren
tal ; milling parcel*. per cental.
Barley—So. 1 fed, choice
common irrades, *1.271*3)1.90; browing,
*!.."! /<fl-1-" 2 ior iair to good, and Jl.4Ngd.So lot
Choice.
»>ats—Surprise, *1.92* jT81.95; milling. tIAVQ
1.90: rood to choice iced, *i.sw<si.K>; fair,
|1.7i'«61.. k O per cental.
Com— I-arge yellow, sl..tC*dH.32','; smiill vtllow,
fI.3S®X.36J-i; wbite, 11.33) per cental.
OPTIONS.
Call board *al«*s: \\ heat -Buyer 1*01,11.41
Barley—Buyer I**l, closlug atfl.3o|
season, «®L#27», closing at *l.'2»* *
FINANCIAL.
Drafts—Sight, 17« t c; telegraphic, ZP-fn,
Sterling bills Rank. »4.*2: commercial, *t.7Jt
Bilvor bars, Mexican dollars, so^slc.
MININO STOCKS.
Rest it Belcher— 2 fi,'.<"hailenw fon 1 31
Choliar 2 lOCommon wealth.... 7$
Crocker lO i'-m Imperial 13
< on. Virginia & K'i'rown Point 1 f&
Confidence 4 2> i>el Monte 2$
Ooiild «fc Curry 2 0 > Eureka Con 3 00
Hau A Nnreross.... 2 aoExchequer u»
locomotive ■ <rand Prize 1"»
Peer KM alia 1 *
Peerless,. 10 ! Justice «ju»
Potosi 4 40Kentuek .*t.i
Opblr a flOji-idy Washington.. 25
lavage 2 SO,Mexican a JO
Merrn Nevada 2 20tMono M
Union Con 2 B.'. Navajo 20
Yellow Jacket 2 ISNev ytieen 25
Alpha C0n.... &. North Belle Isle ... ,VI
Alfa «vVN\ Commonwealth «
Andes 1 JOOccidental »i
Belcher 1 40 Overman 1 frt
Belle Isle Beloh'r&Midas Ml
Benton 1 9f,Scorpion l.»
Bodie 1 :: SI brer HUI l£
Bullion 2 o,"iSyndicate ft
B.ilwer 6'>Dt*h 7#
Caledonia <i« Weldon $
Central 5 Ow
FOREIGN MAKKBTS.
rtNANCIAU
IONDOJ*. Feb. CO.— Closing- -Consuls: Mmmk
V 7 1-11: money account, V 7 3-16. U. S. 4*, 122U; <*
P. 4' js. p.ar silver, 43 l-16d per oonMk
Money, 2% percent
BRKApvrrrrs.
I.tvxßpooi,, F»b. 20 —Wheat—Unchanged.
Corn—Steady to strong; spot, ">s 7d. stroaff
March, 5s 4 i ;d, strong; April, Cm 2'/id, steady
REAL K.HTATK SALES.
The Deeds Itecorded With the Andltsl
Yf*t«rday.
Real estate transactions am January k
ISOI, to date are $5,407, 816.81. Thar*
were filed for record yesterday »|
deeds, the considerations aggregating
$15,753, an average of 1508.16. Follow*
ing is the list as furnished by Oabornflt
Tremper & Co., abstractors of tiile, room!
0, 10, 11 and Colman block:
W. H. Sherman to C. \V. Hlmmona, W lot 1
blwk 26, Edea <& Knipht's, 1500.
H. C. SVnhlbertf to .1. Me Williams, lots 14* M>
block 12, Kid gtccl Works, $225.
B. r. 100 in to I>. Jones, lots 3,4, block 26, South
Pk add, 1150.
J. 11. Foster to E. T. Huntley, % lots 13 to 14k
blork 12, Mudson at. HM).
M. A. Welsh to J. B. Welsh, lot 9, block 10, Bay*
side, 15.
C. E. Russell to P. Anderson, lots 3,4,b10ek27t
Kl«i Synd Ist, SIOO.
J. K. Parmcnter to S. K. Larson, nw ol nr A
20. 6, sl.fflo.
X O. NumgT to A. M. BLshop, lot 8, block 8»
RengatorlTs, $2- r >o.
I'. 11. Lewis to W. E. Ticdgerwood, lot 10, block
47, D. T. Denny's 3d, *1,300.
W. E. Ledger wood to O. TTsrkrader, lot
block 47, D. T. Denny * 3d, $5.
C. E. Russell to K. Hansen, lots 7 to 10, block
88. Kid Synd Ist. $l(«.
W. L. Ku'sell ct nl. to W. 11. Heed, lot 28, block
5, Oilman Pk Ist, |li>.
S. P. L «ft I. Co. to J. A. Fleming, lot 10, block
48, Booth Park. ?<►">.
I pper & Renick to .T. A. Soveraure, lot U,
block X Jaokson st., SSiO.
11. White to J4. B. Fuller, lots 8 to 16, block 13.
Sander's Ist W. H., fI.IVA.
J. P. 11. Morris to 1.. *ll. I;Cgff, lots 3 to 8, block
2, Morris' to Ballud, $3t)Q.
W. Kierrki to K. T. Huntley, J J lot 14, block
12, Madison #?., $. r >tf).
A. S. Ash et nl. to E. T. Huntley, lot 14,
block 12. Madison Ft., J s **).
R. R. fcpencer to J. Uari.m, block 12, Oneida
Garden*, s2,iO.
R. R. Spencer to F. J. Fallon, hlock Ft, Oneida
Gardens. $250.
R. R. spencer to U. Burke, block 6fi, Oneida
Garden*, s2.'io.
E. J. I'srkN to M. J. Bc< k, lots 26 sad 27, block
12, Ballard Pk. SIOO.
S. J. Ward to M. M. Jlerchant, lot 6, block 3,
Bafjley's Orient, SSBO.
M. M. Merchant to H. H. Kecne, lot 6, block 3,
Bagley's Orient, |275.
J. Anderson to A. J. Anderson, sr., lota la
Qtifien Anne, Jl.
H. 8. Upper et al. to H. A. Vsnderbof, 14 1,
block 20, Vesler's 2d, 1200.
J. A. Moora to 11. Schuberg, lot 4, block 20, La«
tona, s3no.
R. N. MeFadden to A. C. Thompson, lots 7 and
8, Dunlap's, fl.
A. C. Thompson to A. Mackintosh, lota In Lin*
denau. 81.
M. E. Boman to A. McKee, lot 1* block ft*
Rainier, SMX>.
M. 8. Conner to S. Bcrtleson, se}<£ of swji, >,
21, 4, 85,100.
A QUARTETTE OF VOBAGUS.
How Four Householders Quickly Bt<
came Lodgtri.
Ilarry Seymour, Thomas Ilobb, Jof
Johnston and James O'Brien were sen*
tenced to fifteen days each by Jndge Rivera
yesterday on charges of petty larceny.
The four men had taken an abandoned
shack on the water front, and Thttfd&v
evening, finding their provisions and bea«
ding running snort, start ;d out in ft body
on a foraging expedition. Seymoor ana
liobb found a cook s.ove in front of a
Main street second-hand store and had
carried it several blocks when they were
overhauled and taken to jail by Officer
Krebs.
O'Rrien shouldered a quarter of beef thai
was left hanging in front of the Golden
Btar restaurant on South Third street. He
was qnickly c aptured by Officer Birdsell
and joined his two pais, who bad been
taken to jail.
In fho meantime, Joe Johnston had not
been inactive. He was caurht by Officer
Isaac Teller escaping from the Exchange
lodging-house on Commercial street. He
had on his back several blankets, com#
forters, quilts and pillows. The office*
overtook him, and in short order the fout
foragers were soon behind the bars.
They were happy yesterday when they
were let go with lifteen days each.
Sudden Death of Henry E Coryell. J
Henry E. Coryell, a book-keeper in the
office of the Seattle Gas and Electric Com
pany, died of heart failure at Green lake
unexpectedly at 1 o'clock vesterday morn*
ins. The deceased was 39 years of age
and a brother of G. K. Coryell, of the firm
of Ingraham Coryell, job printers and;
publishers, of this city. His death
occurred at the home of his brother. He
leaves a wife and two children at I'uyallup.
HOXCL AKIUVALS.
THS B.UNtKR.
A C Ea!«-h, Portlnud >1 J Henry, Nooksacfc
Y. a Jackson, do J N Hunt, Chicago
MP Benton, do FW Gibbon*, do _
J M Shelly, do T B Baldwin, Council W - - j
It \ Doney, Slduey W C Winchester * wiJe, "
( <; Stewart, ban Fran Grand Rapid*
11 LK M vers, do John lieed, Kansas CltJ
Wtn M< Donald, do W I Tuylor, Chlea*o
( Kirs, do R H Poyle, New Y«l
ID >':*r*, do «,'eo H Tarner, do
( K liuson, Chi':;.ills h E Carr, Pbiladelpbfc
J I' Hendricks Kirilad KG Hall. I/ansritle, H T
WK t uilea, Helena HW IX Umg, do
Mr. CiillenAdtr, do O W Farreish, Dtilutk
L U Thompson, B< ton C W Hocker, Phlladelpfc
Mrs Thompson, do 1 W
li i} Ma"kay, Wm IlultlW,MmMtlM
J Hantoon. lliirriatowu M J Heney, Nookaac*
3 b Lock wood, ivatoo Geo J Kilsren. do
Mrs u A MorriltAd, do AVia Moateomwy, S£»
John Stuart, Tacotn* W M WawicrJiMl?!*
Mrs Johnson. do I> 0 RobMn, BcIItUI#
M*,>a M Marvin, do E A Cam mack, M Paoi
L 1 Gault, do
TJII! tSOQt'AtXt*.
>? E XhaTcr, Tacoraa Mrs B A
W J Rm ker, Pt t aranerC W Wood. N \
| A .-pithnl, do J Kunts, Hnohornlah *
1 PFriday, do W >
WGSwalwell, do V Knaw.'
Hvu. ,j > J y IS alwtttotis'e, Bostoa
AV, : ~»-er, Portland O "do*
\V 11 Mr Ewer. A nacorf »Mr* W v.k
J P - >wcr», N V .
K Uoltin, do | Jtr BBOJUM
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