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riTT XOTICKS.
BOARD OF ALDERMEN JOINT REROLU
tIon No. 63—Wberees. the city council of the
city cf Seattle has heretofore. by board of alder
rr.»n Joint resolution No. 41, declared Its Intention
K> grade and sidewalk Farm MrMt, in the city of
wattle. from Depot street to Harrison street in
■aid city: and,
Wh»rea-, The cltv council of the city of Seattle
i i, on the 16th day of October, A. I). IS9I,
an ordinance. No. 1.858, which said ordinance
jxed and established an assessment district as pro-
Tided in section elcht (8) of article el«ht <VIIJ) of
t.ie Freeholders charter, to pay for such improve
ment: and,
Wheress. An a*se«sment roll has been filed bv
the board of public works with the city council
eontilnlnn the names of the owners, when known,'
of all the property In s»id assessment district, and
when unknown, sa <1 property is listed to unknown
#»ners; and the stun of .to.SH for every front root
Isa-s esse-i against »ach -epa-ate lot and parcel of
land of the property In said district atrainst the
(tow and property when known, and against the
property when th<* owners are unknown, and In
gai.< as-essnient r 11 the estimated cost of the street
crossing was *s«.-s*e against the city, and other
things were provided In -aid assessment roll as re
quired by secti n eieht (8, of article eight (VIII)
of the Freeholders charter. Therefore.
Be It resolved. By the board of aldermen end
louse Of delegates of the city of Seattle In session
assembled: That the city clerk ot the cttv of Seat
tle is hereby directed to publish in the official
newspapers of said city, In ten consecutive
Issues of the same, a notice that said roll
ba< been filed by the board of public works with
■aid city council, and that all per ons owning laud
In said assessment district No. 10. be reqnied to
appear and (lie objections with the city clerk If
any they have, on or before the 16th day of No
veinber. A. D. 1891, against said assessment roll
or the taxes or assessments made therein, or the
istue will be approved, If found correct, by the
city council at said time.
Aad it Is further ordered and resolved that
there be a Joint session of the city council on the
said letb day of November, A. D. 1891. to hear ob
jections, if any, against said assessment roll, and If
bo objections are made for the approval thereof
Pa«ed board of aidermen thin 26th dav of Octo
ber, 1891- GEORGE W. HALL,
Presi en: Hoard of Aldermen.
Passed house of delegates this 2«th dav of Octo
ber. 189 L R. W. JONES,
Pres'dent 11 > use of Delegates.
Approved by me this 27th ciav of October.
1891 HARRY WHITE, Mayor.
Filed by me this 27th day of October, 1891.
H. W*. MILLER, Cttv Clerk.
Published this 28th day of October, 189*1.
V-OTKE. -OFFICE OF THE CITY CLERK
X> Seattle, Wash., Oct. *23, 1891 Notice is
by given that the Rainier Power and Railway
lonpany has made application to the city council
cftbe city of Seattle for a franchise upon and along
tbe following described route, to-wit:
Commencing on Third street at the north line of
Tt«ler avenue, running thence along Third sireet
»St-.e north line of Union street, thence along
Union street to the east line of Eighth street,
thence along Eighth street to the north line of Pike
street, thence along Pike street to the cast line of
Sintii street, then e along Ninth street to the
north Hue of Stewart street, thence along Stewart
street to Thirteenth street, thence along Thir
teenth street to Depot street, thence along Depot
street to the west iino of Lincoln street, thence
along Lincoln street to the north lino of Orange
suec!. thenoe along Grange street to the east line
cfEla ue street, thence a! >ng Ki»lne stree' to the
north line of Filbert street, and that the y coun
cil of the city of Seattle dues bv board of aldermen
concurrent resolution No. 17 determine that a
franchise to construct and operate a street railway
along an i upon the above designated route in the
city of Seattle should bo granted, and otters to grant
•sid franchise to the person, corn pane or corpora
tion who will pty the greatest bum for said fran
chise.
Therefore sealed bids will be received by the
undersigned clerk of Mie city of Seattle, on or be
fore Monday, November 2, A. D 1891, at 5
• clock p. m. and when the board of aldermen and
th« house of delegates in joint session assembled
on sold day at 7:AO o'clock p. in ,at the new city
ball, will publicly open and read such bids and pro
ceed to determine the highest bidder.
Bald bids must he accompanied by a certified
check, payable to the order or the city comptroller,
for an amount equal to at least 10 per cent, of the
amount bid. and the amount of said check shall be
forfeited and paid to said city in case the success
ful bidder shall fall to pay the amount of his bid
within thirty (30) days alter the acoeptauce of the
same.
The city council reserves the right to reject any
and all bids, and may refuse to grant a franchise
(or any part of said route lor which said applica
tion was mads. H W. MILLER.
Clerk of the City of Seattle.
Date of first publication October 23. A. 1). 1891.
BOARD OF ALDERMEN CONCURRENT
resolution No. 17 —Re it resolved by tliecitv
council of the city of Seattle by concurrent action
of both bouses: That whereas application has
been made to said city council by the Hainier
Power and Railway Company, a corporation duly
organised and existing under the laws of the state
of Washington and having Its principal office in
the city of Seattle, bv Its petition to said eitv coun
cil dated August 18. A. D. 1891, and file I on said
day In the office of the city clerk, for authority to
c instruct and operae an electric street railway
along and upon the following designated route In
the city of Seattle, to wit:
C ommencing on 1 bird street at the north line of
Tesler avenue, running thence along Third street
to the north line of Union street, thence along
I nion street to the east line of Eighth street,
thence along Eighth street to tne north line or
II "Jong Pike street to the east
line of Ninth street, thence along Ninth street to
the north line of Stewart street, thence along
btewart *sreet to Thirteenth street, thence along
Thirteenth street to Depot street, thence along
Depot street to the west line of Lincoln s-rset,
thenee along Lincoln street to the north line of
Grang* street, thence along Grange street to the
esst line of Plain* street, then. # along Elaine
Street to the north line of Filbert street.
Now, therefore, be It resolved that, the city coun
cil 01 the city of fteattle doe* by this concurrent
resolution determine that a franchise to construct
•ml operate a street railway along and upon the
•hove designated route in the city <X Seattle
should l>e * ranted and that the city cleric
be ami he is hereby directed to cause notice
of sairt application and of thts resolution to be pub
lished for ten day* la the city official newspaper*
•t the expense of said applicant. and tn said not ve
ospecify *aM route over ami aking which the city
council pr poses to grant aaid franchise to the per
«nn, company or corporation who will pay the
highest sum for said franchise. The bidding for
inltl franchise to be tn accordance with the pro
visions of the city charter in relation to bids made
to the board of public work*. m> far as said pro
visions may be applicable: provided, that the city
Council may reject any and all such bids, and mar
reftise to gram a franchise for any part of said route
for which said application was mad*, and that
each bid must be accompanied hr a certified check
payable to tlie order of the city comptroller, for aii
amount equal to at least 10 percent, of the amount
cf the bid. and the amount of said check ahall l>e
forfeited mo I paid losatd ctty in case the
wider shall fa'l to pay theamount of his bid within
ttitty days after the acceptance of the same.
I'sssed board ol" aldermen this 21st dav of i >cto
-1891. OEOItOE W. HALL.
President Hoard of Aldermen.
Passed house of delegate* ibis 'J Ist ,iav ot < vto
-IS9I. K. W. JONES,
President Home of Delegates,
riled by me this 22d dav of o tober, IH9I.
H.W. miller. City Clerk.
Published this 23d day of October. 1891.
CAf.i OK Fl' NI» WARRANTS—
t- I'nder and by virtu* of o-dinance No. 1,709
•esKitenders will be received by the undersigned
City comptroller, city treasurer and city clerk, for
tlie purchase ,>f a sufficient number "t salary fund
Currants of t lie city of >» nt I le amounting to fifteen
thousand (fl.'i.O.Hh dolla s. more or le**, to pay
toe day 1 shore *of said c ty in cash. said tenders
will w received on or be ore Friday, October tit),
Al> I*9l a t . j, ~ jj,e successful bid ler
t" receive said « mi rant or warrants and pay for the
•an:, on or a on Xovembei 8. A. I>. I*9l
• heright is hereby reserved to reject any and all
t w FE k Itll*, City Comptroller.
W L. A 1 I- S, < itv treasurer.
_ 11 W. MILLER.'Ctty tierk.
first publication, October Jl A. I*. 1891.
VOTlt'K Ti» «ON TRACTOR*—ALTO K BT.
gra<'e scaled proposals will be received by
trndersigtied, secretary of theboari t public
*orks of ihe citv of -Seattle, up to no n of Friday.
I'loter Ho. IH9I, for the grading and construe:ion
cf sidenalks on lioth sides of A 1 on street from
J®ck»onstreet to Main street. In the oity of -eat
tie. in aecordani e with the plans and specifications
"o* "ft file i n this otflce.
rac.l tn l is to tie accompanied by a certified
Coec*, [ia\ al,ii. to tlte order ot the ctty comptroller.
"" * "tn :u.t |«»> tMm five percent, of the
•rowim b d. and no bid will i>e considered unless
•cromimn ed by such check
The board oi public works reserves the right to
•Wettan. and a.! t:Ms
. ro|>..«»!, j,, j v ludorsed on the envelope "Alton
tirade '
"y order of the board of public works.
, 1. W. D. HOLHROOK, Secretary.
put. lent on October 14. I><9l.
\"' U ' K i ' DI \LKRH IN HORBKS AND
tm "® | roiM>«a * wilt lie received at the
™ic«-of the i ird of public works up to noon ut
*»-'rp*da , xo* ember 4. 1891, U>r the purchase
woju the city e! >. *:i » of three horses (one bay,
Jr* psy and one t»row n > to he spen at the city
~-' M , Seventh and Ma li
».ri w,; ' be re i :ved for eiie or more Terms
own.
b( lhs board re«» rves the ripht to reject any and aH
, '™ f * n ' :< he Indorsed on the envelope "Bids
■t r Hi rufi
fy order of the boar 1 of public works.
.. l . NV. r». HoLDltooK, secretrry.
_»T*t pub t, all ~, October V», 1891.
Jlll'i .', \p| t , STOCK M A l'< TD>N-SATI'R
* rtsy, Novem er 14, !S >l, at 10 a. m . In front of
hes ia ters, corner of 1 hird streei and
Svenue. 1 \ M I Sr | n! p it»lic auction and to
_ l bidder f >rea<h,t pay expense of im
te»!'vii* a: : he lollowint-de crilied »'d
(l\ th re* vears of a*e;
on ba k
«mr i-: ui« above descrilied anltnal Is to
re * unkiiow :j. Hoi ion KooF.KS,
f.,. , Chbr of p«»;ice, Seattle.
~ r u h'l*at!on October '.'9, ln9l.
O'tDINAN, . \IX -\N HKHINANI'K
«»es ►>.;, | * and s their kind and paver
stre« t, ki th« lti'ersectlon of l nlon. Pike,
ort and \ i fc uia -treet». In the citv of Seattle,
"e it or tame.: by :hp citv ot Seattle'as f.dlows:
Sa^7' ,N '■ 'hat the bo.ird of public worts t»e
ti' v'"'' r * 1 " * . . I and '. ret-te,! to put
sir.., .' t . m " ''' P'wer In':tnd< «oent I'.ghta OO West
•. 1:1 ' " » '1 at the following
e at Ore intersection of West
sn.l 1,. ' 1 " eu ns a: ih- lnt« -5... ' '!! of West
JJJjJ r ' - ' ' . "tie at the intersection of Wed
v' , '***" *»reets a: ! i :a » tte intersection of
««Jd \ Irginla «irsets.
h, , v 1 * >1 duance shall taks effect aud be
.atioJi'" * l ' <l «"»assise, approval and
IJof aldsrn.sn t rs '.'ethdav of Oc
'■ .EOlitiK W. HAUL
p . Prs«' ieiil li. uru of Aldermen.
lSsi** 01 *'■***"■* i^w'^JllNK^
Attnr..»« . w President Rouse of Delegates,
•pprored by Ri , tJI „ j: , h <Uv of October, IS9L
riiaaK. . HARRY Will I F. Mayor.
• *d by IBS this -1, th day of (wtoher. 1891.
Puti'«h«« u Mii.l.i it, 1 ity Clerk.
r * tUsA *. this 30lU day ul lb9L
r *Tr xo Trrr.s
£ ot : h 9 T "XAL IMPROVE
NO ice la HI.FI! ' f " r F " rm »tre»t grade
for lot a \n * ;r *n that tbe assessment roll
ffr»dinr..fl? ? rn ' r,t ' No. 10, for the
street' £' «T!i ,he '"y of fr< " n
Consrnictin! J? Harrison street In said city, and
has been iiiLi L *"J , wa on both s.des thereof,
t"cl^ro'^n 7 } h f boar<l ° { public works with
CUy of a. d further
lie R. ven i bw 881,1 roll >s open for puo
citv ►,lii j,?'? a ',, ' ®°' the city clerk. lr the
MondHir' vvl.7 J remain oo n ,or Inspection until
m M»n«M 1H ' A - " 1»1.at5 O'clock p.
inmr persons owning property in said local
LTte i are n r; nt , dl V r | rt a " d ot **' P"*ons it
1 lpp ; lir "" l ai'l "ittth dav of
Cou n X:*J>- 18 91, at 7:30 o'clock p. m„ at tne
lh ® cl y »>»!!. to make objeo
further notified that the city council
al ohw.^ii 1 m , pn!lo '>«' , l time, consider anv and
some Ji n -f n ' 1 w ".* t tine or at
S2oh mw V Dgr ' mak * * uch erections in
u deem - Just: and that after 'he consld
roU «f/t Lm 7 aR(I *" otl l'' ctlon ". will approve such
mln.l « h P. SM ", tll,! *monnt» f(,ii„ci to he just
101 aml of land fronting on said
• lrefet - H. W. MILLER.
r,. f . „ Clerk of the City ot Seattle.
or first publication. October 29, A. D. 1891.
~ u " Kb, s * tl(1 10 fl* their Kind and
K, t »»ner "nd Alice streets, Kanne end
' LiJfht and Alice streets and Ligi.t
end Powell streets. In the city of Seattle
"SI BY V' E OIT Y of Seattle as follows:
~T J 1 the board of public works be
in? e i'7 ar * ftllt borir.ed and directed to
"P 30 o*ndle-power Incandescent lights at the
™ l "'I to-wit; One at th- southeast cor
»nd Alice "treets; one at the south
east corner of Ua ner and Powell streets; one at
the northeast corner of Light and Alice streets
ell streets northeast corner of Light and Pow
fr.rfi'V rhis ordinance shall take effect and be In
Ui aU'in 0m a a^itr l' s Pi»ss«ee approval and pub-
Passed by board of aldermen this 26th day of
Octooer, 189 L (IKOROF, W. HALL,
r, ~ President P.oatvl of Aldermen.
• _ Madhouse of delegates this 26th day of Octo
ber, 1891. R. W. JONES,
. . President of the House of lielegatea.
Approved by me this 27th dav of October, 1891.
w HARRY WHITE, Mayor.
Filed by me this 27th dar of October, 1891.
t>, k,i v, . - H.W. MILLER. City Clerk.
Published this 3 n 'th day of October, 1891.
ARDINAXDR NO. I,B7l—AN* ORDINANCE
wtoenablish arc 0 f 2,000 candle-power
on .he corner of Leuora aud Second streets in the
City of Seattle,
lie it ordained by she city of Seattle as follows:
SECTION 1. That the board ot public works be
and they hereby are authorized and directed to
place an arc light of 2,0<>0 candle-pow-r on the c ir-
and second streets, in the city of Se-
Sec. 2. That this ordinance shall take effect and
be in force from and alter its pasauge, approval and
publication.
Passed board of aldermen this 'Jflth dav ot Octo
ber, 1891. GEORGE W. HALL,
President Hoard of Aldermen.
I assed house of delegates this 26th dav of octo
*>«r, 1891. K. W .I'M.S.
President Hon?e of Delegates.
Approved by me this 27th dav of October. ls»L
HARRY WHITE, Mavor.
iiied by me this 27th dav of October, 1891.
H. W. MILLER, C ity Clerk.
Published this 30th dav of October. 1891.
r\RDIN\NCK NO. .873.- AN ORDINANCE
" " for the approval ■ f the a*se*>ment roll of local
Improvement district No. IS. in the city of Seattle,
and for the payment f>r the improvement of War
rpn street, from Prospect avenue to Benjamins
street, under ordinance No. 1.811.
Whereas, An ordinance lias heretofore been
passed and approve 1 for the lmprovem"tit of War
ren street, from Prflspect avenue to Benjamina
street; and
Whereas, An assessment roll has been made and
duiy filed; and
Whereas, It appears that the whole co«t of said
Improvement. Including street crossing!, is the
sum of **,500; and
Whereas, It appears that the street crossings
amount to $506.77; and
Whereas. It aprears that the amount to be paid
by front foot owners is $1,993.23; and
Whereas, No objections have been filed to said
assessment roll after due notice was given; there
to re,
Re it ordained by the cltv of Seattle as f diows:
StCTlirN 1. That the said assessment roll for the
Improvement of Warren street, from Prosp' c' ave-
Tiue to Benjamlne street, ii. the city of Seattle, be.
and the same Is hereby in all things approved.
Sec. 2. 1 hat there be and hereby Is assessed and
lev.e.j MlHl eac'; lot and parcel of land fronting
on said Warren street the sum of $1 5572 f'.r each
and every foot of each parcel and lot fronting on
said street, and the same Is hereby declared to be a
lien on each lot and parcel of land so fronting on
said Warren street.
Sec. 3. The city clerk be and Is hereby directed
to deliver said assessment roll to the city comp
troller, and the said city comptroller is hereby di
rected to deliver to the city treasurer a certified
cony thereof.
Sec. 4. That the city treasurer he and he hereby
Is directed to give ten days' notice in the official
newspapers that such roll has been certified to him
for collection, and shall state in such notice that
unless payment be made of said assessment within
thirty days from the dare of such notice that such
assessment shall become delinquent, and that the
amount thereof will bear Interest at the rate of 10
per cent, per annum until paid, aud that the sums
de'inquent will be entered on the annual tax rolls
tor the current year against each lot and parcel so
de nquent and with the ln<ore*t will be collected
as other taxes if not paid within the time fixed
for the payment of cjtv tax will be as
such taxes are collected and ea< h lot and parcel so
delinquent shall he sold for the amount of such
assessment with Interest and costs at the time and
in the manner and bv the same authority as lands
and lots are sold for city taxes
The city treasurer is authorized and directed after
the first publication of saio notice to proofed with
•11 diligence in the collection ot »aol assessment.
Bee. Y This ordinance shall take effect and be
In force from and after its approval and
publication.
Passed bouse of delegates this 26th day of Oc
tober, A. I). 1891. R. W. JONES,
President House of Delegates.
Passed the hoard of aldermen this ?6thitay of
Otober, A. P. 1891. GEO. \T. H AIX.
Prestdent Hoard of Aldermen.
Approved by me this 'J7th dav of October. A. I).
18P1. H ARRY WHIT®. Mayor.
Filed by me this 27th dav of October. 1891.
11. W. MILLER,City Clerk.
Published this 30th day of October, A. D. 1891.
ORDINANCE NO. 1,876—AN ORDINANCE
for the approval of the a«ses*merit roil of local
Improvement district No. 9, in the city of Seattle,
and for the payment for the Improvement of >iton
street from Jackson street to Main street, under
ordinance No. 1,840
Whereas, An ordinance lias heretofore been
passe i and approved for the Improvement of Mton
•troet from Jackson street to Main street: and
Whereas, An assessment roll has been made and
dulv ti ed; and
Whereas. It appears that the whole cost of said
Improvement, intruding street crossings, Is the
sum of *4 j0; and
Whereas, It appears thHt the nmount to be paid
by front loot owners tsstso; and
Wlieroas, No objections have been filed to said
assessment toll after due notice was given:
fore
Re It ordained by the city of Seattle as follows:
SEi'Ttov 1. That the said asses-ment roll for
the Improvement of Alton street ft m Jackson
street to Mnln street, in the ctty of Seattle, be, and
the same is hereby in all things approved.
2. That the e be, and hereby is assessed and
levied against each lot and pa ce of land fronting
on said \lton street, the sunt of $0.66176 for each
end every foot of each pucel and lot troutlngon
said street, and the -nine is hereby declared to tie a
lieti on each lot and parcel of land so fronting on
•aid Alton street.
Sec The city clerk be. and is hereby directed
to deliver said MNnant roll to the oily Comp
troller and the said city comptroller is liereb> di
rected to deliver to the city treasurer a certified
copv thereof.
i»ec. 4. l'hat the city treasurer he and he hereby
Is directed to give ten days' nottco in the official
new »pH|>ers tha: snchrol: has been certified to him
for col'.ectiou. and >-hall state in snob notice that
unless payment lie made of said avses-m. tit within
thirty pavs of the dateof such notice that »uoh as
se-stiient shall become delinquent, and that the
amount thereof will Ifiir Interest Ht th»' rate of 10
per cent, per annum unt I paid, and that the sun s
ciel nqaent will beentered on the annual tax ro Is
for the curr> nt year am I -t each lot and parcel so
delinquent, and with the Interest will h collected
as other -a*'-s, and if n tpiid w thin tne time fixed
for the pavnicnt of city tax will be eo leeted io
such !s\e'» are c»»l:ected. and each lot nn.l parcel so
deltaquent shall he for the amount of such a~-
ae>-suient with Interest and costs at the time and
In the nr»nn« ' and bv the same authority as latuls
an<! lot- «r• sold t..r city ti>i<"
Ihe city treasurer > authorised and directed
after the tfrst publication of said notice to proceed
with all diligence in the collection of said asscss
n's«'e !V This ordinance shall take eff.ct and he
ln*fon*e from and alter us passage, approval and
'"l'.l.'iVeV house of delegates thfs2«th dar of Octo
ber I*9l. K.W JdXl'S.
President Tlou«e of I >■ legate*.
Passed hoard of aldermen this 'Jtith day of Oc
tober 1891. tiKOKiiE W. HAM .
President Beard of Aldermen.
\nnroved bv mo this -7(h dav of Oct her,
I*4l * HAKKY WHITE. Mayor.
Filed bv me this -7th day of October, m>l
1 " n. W. Mil I.Kit, citv clerk.
Published this 3ftth day of Octoher. 1891.
AUDISANCK NO. 1,5«9-AN ORDINANCE
( to vacate the plat of Central addition to till-
II MM and Woodland l'iir»s.
\\ he re as Herman « hapln flled his verified p.! -
Hon with the city clerl' on August 7, A I>. Is9l.
i.ravllltf the legislative body of the city ot Seattle
tor the vacation of Central addition to oilman and
Woodland Paries, and it a pea ring thai -nil !1.-r
--mant'hapin on or about December 3. I*B9, duly
executed au ! caused to he recorded in the office of
the county Audit*.' of King county at Voli me -i
of I»lai» pa*te 51. a plat ofs tid addition, of wuich
lie was tueii. 'Ver since has heei . ttie -ole
owner In tee simple: that notice of the time and
•da. Eot bearing said petition baa bees duly g'ven
|., nnsting notices there f contadih g a descr : <ti
n f nropertv to he vacated set up in thr<-e o: e
mo«t public places in the city of Seat He !>r i: \u h
more than twenty da}s prior to tblsdate; there
-11 ordained hr the city of Seatte as foil. -w<:
SECTION 1. That al'. the «treet«, sllev«, wa\«
commons and i arks In said pla and all a:. ! every
iiart and I arcel of said plat be and the same is
this ordinance shall take »ff".><t :i; i
be in'force at and ■lter Iks explrtfUoe of «• *•:>.
davs alter the same shai: have bteu pubii-.'e-d
l u>ard of aldermen tills vrtth dav . .f Octo-
K^ r 'sol UEoHiiK 11 Al 1.,
1 ' President Board of Aldermen.
Pas«ed hon«« of delegatos this -bth dayo' ' >. to
k... «H- »» •
° ' " ' President House of Delegates.
Approved br me this 27tb lar of oct. b*r. IH9I.
Approve i y HA K RY WHITE. Mayor.
riied by me this CTth day of October. I*9l
* H. W. MILLER, < Ity I etk.
Published this 3t)th day U October, A. U.169L
Tm: SEATTLE rOST-INTELLIGENCEK. FRIDAY, OCTOBER GO, 1891.
CITT NOTICES
NO. 1,874 —AN ORDINANCE
lor the approval of tne assessment roll of local
improvement J, strict No. 11 lnttieclty of Seattle,
an 1 . L th * Payment for the improvement ot Mary
' I hird street, in Pontius' second a.Mi
• I'.o. to HiUsnle arenue, In Denny's F.aU Park ad
«l!ii.,ii, under ordinance No. 1,862.
«hert-a.s, An ordinance has heretofore been
, passe<j an ! approved for the improvement of Mary
; '' r eet from third street, lo Pentius' second addi
ti.'ti, to Hillside avenue, In Denny's East Park, ad
j Uitiymend,
\\ hereas. An assessment roll has been mads end
dn.y filed; and. *
Whereas, It appears that 'he whole cost of said
improvement, Including street crossings, is tbe
| sum of .#(i,a24.28: and.
I U hereas. it appears thai the street crossings
| amount to *355.2*; and.
j Whereas, It appears that the amount to be paid
byrjrmt foot owners is $5,969.09; and.
U hereas, No objections nave been filed to said
assessment roil alter due notice was given; there
fore.
Re It ordained by the city of Seattle es follows:
.i ." ri " N That the teid assessment roll for
the improvement of Marr street from Third
street. In Pontius' second aidltion, to Hillside ave
nue. In Denny's East Park addition In the city of
Seattle, be, and the same is hereby in all things ap
proved.
Sec. 2. That there be. and hereby Is assessed and
lened against each lot and parcel of land frontln*
on said Mary s:reet, the sum ot f 1.51012 for each
"d every foot of each parcel and lot fronting on
said strt-et, and the same is hereby declared to be a
lien cn each lot and parcel of land so fronting on
said Mary street.
sec. 3. The city clerk be and Is hereby directed
to deliver seid assessment roll to the city comptrol
ler, and the said city comptroller Is hereby di
rected to deliver to the city treasurer a certified
copy thereof.
* That the city treasurer be and he hereby
is directed to give ten days' notice in the official
newspapers that such roll has been certified to him
lor collection, and shali slate In such notice that
unit •. payment be n.a le ot bai 1 assessment within
thirty days from the late of such notice that such
I assessment shall become delinquent, and that the
amouut thereof will bear Interest at th« rate of 10
per cent, per annum until paid, and that the sums
delinquent will be entered on the annual tax rolls
for thecurrent each lot and parcel so
del.nquent, and with the Interest will be collected
es other taxes, and if not paid within the time
fixed for the payment of elty tax will be collected
as such taxes are collected, and each lot and parcel
so delinqnent shall be sold for the amount of such
assessment, with Interest and costs, at the time
and in the manner and by the same authority as
lands and lots are told for cily taxes.
The city treasurer is authorized and directed,
a.ter the first publication of said notice, to proceed
with all diligence in the collection ot said assess
ment.
Sec. 5. This ordinanoe shall take effect and be in
force from and alter its passage, approval and
publication.
Passed house of delegates this 26th day of Octo
ber, 1891. R. W. JONES,
President House of Delegates.
I assed board of a dertnen this S6th day of
October, 1891. GEuRGE W. HALL,
President Board of Aldermen.
Approved by me this 27th dav of October,
1891. HARRY WHITE, Mayor.
Hied by me this 27th dav of October. A. D.
1891. H. W. MILLER, City Clerk.
Published this3oth|day of< ctober. A. D. 1891.
ORDINANCE NO 1.875—AN ORDINANCE
for the approval of the assessment roll of local
Improvement district No. 12 In the city of s-eattie.
an.l for the payment for the Improvement of 1 bird
street from Lake street to the ea.st line of Wall
street, under ordinance No. 1.853.
V* hereas. An ordinance has heretofore been
pa*sed and approved for the Improvement of Third
street from Lake street to the east line of Wail
street; and,
Wheraas. An assessment roll has been made and
duly flied; and.
Whereas, It appears that the whole cost of said
Improvement, Inc udmg street crossings, is the sum
of f6,762.64; and,
Whereas, It appears that the street crossings
amount to .$1,085.54: and.
Whereas, It appears that the amount to be paid
by front loot owners i« $">.677.10: and,
Whcr»as. No objections have been filed to said
assessment roll after due notice was given; there
fore.
Re It ordained by the cltv of Seattle as follows;
SMTION- 1. That the said assessment roll for the
Improvement of Third street from Lake street to
the east line of Wall street, In the city ol Seattle, be
and the same is hereby ir; all things approved
Sec. 2. That there be and hereby is assessed and
levied ag-iinst ca -h lot and parcel of land, fronting
on said Third street the sum of $1.702149, for each
and every foot of each parcel and lot fronting on
said street, and the same is hereby declared to be a
lien on each lot and parcel of land so fronting on
said Third street.
sec. 3. The city clerk be and Is hereby directed
to deliver said assessment roll to the city comp
troller, ami the said city comptroller is hereby d ! -
rected to deliver to the city treasurer a certified
copy thereof.
Sec. 4. 'I hat the city treasurer be and he hereby
IR directed jto give ten days'notice In the official
newspapers that such roll has been certified to him
for collection, and shall State in such notice that
unless pavment be madeof :%id assessment within
thirty days from the date of such notice that, such
assessment slia'i become delinquent, aud that the
amount thereof will bear interest at the rate of 10
per cent, per annum until paid, and that the sums
delinquent wl.l be entered on the annual tax rolls
for thecurrent year against each lot and parcel'»o
delinquent and wuh the interest will be collected
as other taxes, and If not paid within the time
fixed for the payment of city tax, will be collected
as such taxes are collected, and each lot aud parcel
so delinquent shall tie sold for the amount of such
assessment with interest and costs at the time and
in the manner and by the same authority as lands
anil lots are sold for city taxes.
The city treasurer is authorized and directed
after the tirsf publication of said notice to proceed
with all diligence in the collection of said assets
ment.
Passed hoard of aldermen this 26th day of Octo
ber, 1891. GEORfiE W. HALL.
President Board of Aldermen.
Passed house of delegates this 26th day of
October, 1891. K. W.JO.NKS,
President House of Delegates.
Approved by me this 27th day of October,
1891. HARRY WHITE, Mayor.
Filed by me this 27th day of October, 1891.
H. W. Mil LER. City Clerk.
Published this 39th day of October. 1891.
LEGAL XOTICES.
VTOTICE-IN THE MATTER OF THE EH
-is tate of Alois Fischer, deceased.
Notice is hereby Riven by the undersigned, ad
ministrator of the estate of Alois Fischer, de
ceased, to the creditors ot and all persons having
Claim* against the .said deceased, to present them,
with the necessary vouchers, within one year after
the date of this notice, to the -.aid administrator
at his office. No. 717 Third streot. Seattle, King
county. Wash., same being the place of the trans
action" of the business of said estat».
JOSEPH OROLL,
Administrator of the estate of Alois Fischer, de-
CHUSWi.
I'ated at the city of Seattle, Wash., this 29th day
of October. 1891.
stkamkhs.
CANADIAN PACIFIC NAVIGATION OOL
TIME CARIX
BTF.A MSIIIP PREMIER,
BOUTS 'BOUND
LKATK. I ARRIVI.
Wha'com 1p tn'FalrhaTen 1:25 pm
Fairhaven 1:30 p n>: Anacortes 2:40 pm
Anac< rtes S 00 p m I't. 'l ownsend. 6:30 p tu
I't. I ownseud . tS:WO p m.Seattle 9:00 p m
beattle 9:15 p mi i awuia 11:15 p ui
NORTH SOCSD.
I XAVK. I ARRIVE.
Tscoma 6:45 p mi Seattle 8:45 pm
Seattle Midnight 1 Pt. Townsend. »:00atn
I*l. row n«end.. 3:150 am Anacortes 6:lsatu
Ann .>rtes 6:30 an. K«imayen 8:0l>am
Fa.:haven 8:16 a m.Whatcom B:3oam
Making dally trips with steamship Eastern Oregon.
JOHN IRVING, Manager.
J. A. O'BRIEN. Master.
Tue company ie»er\ e* the right to change th«
above athecluie without notice.
,'jtHK STEAMER ML'LTNOMA H
liana on the following time carCS daily, except
Sunday:
I eaves Seattle 5 am.
Arrives Tacoma 7 .!,»
Usw do 7:90 do
Arrives Olvmpta 10:3(1 do
testes do 1 p.m.
A rrives Taerma 4 do
lea.es do 6:00 do
Arrival Seattle 7:00 do
Connecting with boats for Karnllchle aaJ Siiaj.
ton.
Bak sr A Bacon's Dock. foct of Cniverslty Street
OOLCMMIA RIVER AND PCOET SOUND
Navigation Company. Time car< for iS®l,
commencing Weduesday, Jul* 1.
STEAMER BAII.EY OATZ*HT
For Seattle, Tacoma and Olympia.
«oi Ny.
I eave Olympia daily except Monday... 7 SO a m.
Arr fa otna " .. 10 • 1 a in.
Leave Tacoma " " ... 0:30 a ui.
Arrive mean's " " ...12:15 p. ui.
smsMv-s
I eave Seattle dally except Monday.... 1 30 p m
Arrive i'acoma " *" .... 3:15 pm.
leave Fsconia " " .... 4 00 p. nv
Arrive olympia " " .... t>.ls p. iu.
S r<£ :o charge without not'#*.
I «vm i.» "-ea: le. Commercial wharf: Ta
r tna I*. It. K. wharf; Olymnia, Perclval's
wtiar^
MEATS ON BOARD.
Ociy boat making romd tr:p su: ; lay.
»>: % \ r'l.Veaterß and We.is-largo Express
snj :*« (ni(kk
C. B. SCOTT, President
jyOR THK SK A' JIT.
THfc STEAMER WM. T. MCNROK
I#ar»« Met-*-ant s Dock Monday, Wodne<*ay and
I rif'av mornings, eat 4s, lor Clct.Bicnd.
M .ai. e. 1 uia.'.p. stanwood, F.r. -kagit city, ML
\ cruwo, A.\mx, Selro and Hamilton
irn W.
STTAMERH
COLUMBIA BIVER AND PUQKT SOUND
Navigation Ca
TIME CARD FOR 1891,
Commenciag Wednesday, July X.
FAMENOERSTEAMER FLEETWOOD
SEATTE AND TACOMA ROUT&
Making round trips daily as per foUowtng time
table :
Ths most convenient dock to all street car lines
and hotels in the city.
Leave Tecoma.... 9:00 a.m.
Arrive Seattle a. m.
Leave Seattle 11:30 a in.
Arrive Tacoma p. m.
Leave Tacorna 2:00 p. m.
Arrive Seattle 4:00 a. m.
Leave Seattle 4:30 p. m.
Arrive lacoma «;30 pk m.
Subject to change without notice
Landings—Seattle, Commercial rherf; near West
Meatus Perry; Tacoina, N. P. rt, k. wharf.
U. B. S*;OTT, President.
J>ACIFIC COAST STEAMSHIP COMPANY—
Dispatch steamers from Seattle as follows!
For San Francisco, via Port Townsend and VIo
ton a, at 0 p. m. (passengers received on beard at &
p. m. ), October S, 10, 15. 20, 26, 30.
For Alaska, October 15, 30.
From San Francisco* for Victoria and Puget
Bound ports, at 9 a. m., October 2, 7, 12, 17, 22, 27,
November 1.
Tickets may be obtained at tbs office of ths com
pany, at Ocean dock, Seattle.
GOODAL, PERKINS A CO,
General A gents, San
H. McLELLAN, Superintendent, Seattle
JJOOD'S CANAL ROUT*.
STEAMER DELTA
Will leave H atfleld-Colman dock at 7 o'clock a m.
Monday, Wednesday and Frldav for Kingston,
Port amble, Rangor, Seaheck. Homa Horn. Lil
llwaup Hood's Port and Vew>n City. Returning
leaves Union City at 4 o'clock a m.
D. ThOIiTMAN, Master.
J-*ARE, fI.OO.
STEAMER STATE OF WASHINGTON
FOR—
Whatcom. Fatrhsven, Anacortes and wsv ports,
leaves Buker <t Co.'s dock dal!y (except
Sunday) at 8:00 a. m.
H. W. BAKER A CO., Agents.
HAJLWAI3.
rpnE NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD
Is the line to take too)! points East and
South. ItlStliS DINI.NOUI K»i rK. It
runs through Yesuhultxl Trains every
day in the year to
ST. PAUL AND CHICAGO,
(No change of cars)
Composed of I Iniue < ar« unsurpassed. Pullman
Drawing Hootn Sleepers of latest
equipment.
-TOURIST SLEEPING CARS—
Best that ran be constructed, and In which ac
commodations are both fr*k and furnished for
holders of first or second-class ticket*, and
ELEGANT DAY COACHES.
A continuous line connecting with all lines, af
fording direct ani nninterrupted service.
1 ullman sleet>er reservations cau be secured in
advance through any agent ot the road.
THROUGH TICKETS
To and from atl points in America, England and
Europe can be purchased at any ticket office of
this company.
TRAINS IHVS SKATTLE AS FOI.W)WS:
For St. Paul and East, B:15 a. m. and 2:00 p. m.
Portland and South, 6:15 and 9:30 a. en. and
8:20 p. m.
For Oiympia, 9 30 a. rn. and 2:00 p. m.
For Anacortes and North, 9:10 a. m. and 4:00
p. m.
For Montesano and Gray's Harbor. 8:20 p. m.
For Tacoma and local, 6:15 and 9:30 a. m.;
2:00, 5:2.) and 8:20 p. m.
IKAIXS ARRIVB
From St. Paul and East, 11:59 a m. and 11:45
p. rn.
From Portland and the South, 8:40 a m., 4:15
and 8:45 p. m.
From Oiympia, 11:50 a. m and 4:15 p. m.
From Montesano and Cirav's Harbor, 8:15 pm.
From Anacortes and North. 12:10 and 8:00 p. m.
From Tacoma and local. 8:46,11:59 a m. and
2:45. 4:15. 8:45, 11:45 p. m.
Time shortened 15 hours between Seattle and St.
Paul.
Through Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars, elegant
day coacnes, tine«t palace dining car* between Se
attle, lacoiua and Portland direct. Daily service.
Full Information concerning rates, time'of trains,
routes aud other details furnished on application to
A. D. CHARLTON, Asst. Gen, Pass. Agt.,
121 First St., cor. W aghington, Portland. Or.
A. CHILBERG, City Passenger and Ticket Agent,
southeast corner 'ies er avenue and Commercial
street, Olympic block, Seattle, Wash.
I. A. NADKAU, General Agentand Depot Ticket
Agent, Seattle depot, foot of Third street.
Above time card will change November 1.
»po SAM FRANCISCO
A nd all polnti ta
CAUFOBNIA
Via the Mt. Shasta roat* at
THK 80UTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY.
The only routs
THROUGH CALIFORNIA.
To all pointa
EAST AND SOUTH.
*** ARINIC WOCTK or TBI coin
PCI.T.MAN BUFFET SLEEPERS.
PTI.I.MAN TOURIST SLEEPING CARS
Attached to express train*. affording superior ao
conun dations tor second-class passenger*
Ferrates ticket*, sleeping car reservations,
etc., call upon or address
THOMAS A. GRAHAM, District Passenger A pent,
110 South Tenth street. 1 acoma, Wash
F. P. ROGERS, Assistant Freight and
Passenger Agent. Portland. Or
KAXMS.
'J'HE UUARANTEE LOAN AND TRUST CO.-
Incorporated 1887. Capital, $200,000.
Bailey Building, Corner of Second and Cherry.
Transacts a general banking business.
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT.
Deposits wivf.l In any amount fiom one dollar
upwards and merest allowei thereon.
Money loaned upon improved
farm and cltv r> a: estaleu
TRUSTEES:
LEIGH H. J. HUNT President
WILLIAM E. BAILEY Vice-President
G. H. HEILBRON Manager
D.N. RAX 1 ER (ashler
E. B. DOWNING Secretary
COLUMBUS T. TYLER, J. D I OW.MAN, J. M.
SKARS. WM. R. FISHER.
BAVIN tit* BAN K—INCJR
»» FO HAIKU
YESLER BUTLDTNO.
Wj Front, street
t Percent, interest paid on Savings Deposit*
6 Percent, interest on 8-mon'hs Certificates.
6 l ercenu interest on 1.-months Certificate*
MONEY LOANED ON SEAL. KSTATI&
• A tieuerai banking lius.uess iraasacteA
BANKTNi. HOURS:
10 a. m. to 3p. in ; f-at .rdars, 10 tn. to 1 p. m,
and 7 to * p. ux.
BANK O> BRITISH COITMRTA
(FstaUIshed on l'a. iftc a»t 1862.)
Capital pa d up I "* 001.010
J • <er to tncresfe t0...... lO.oOl.'MH)
Surplus. 1,0*0.0J0
Intere-t paid on time deposits; ceneral banking
fciulness iratisactedi foreUn ex< han«tes 6oj,ht
ar.l sold: draTs and teleg'aphlc t-at.s ers a i<i on
the hsrik s branches; also in New York, Ch oago,
< itnalaand Hongkong; dep.'j*iMi reeetved subject
to cheok.
N,ite« issued by our British Columbia branches
redeemed at par.
BRANCHES.
*i«n Franeiseo, « ah: P -tland. Or.;
Wsih. v ct<>ria, A'aac uver. New Westmitisur,
Nanaimoand AeoUoops, B C.
_K I.K A « v BXES Manarer
THE CLISE TNVFSTMESTT COMPANY.
Capita. SUM k. (JOD.OtKL
6 AND 10 PER CENT. SECURITIES FOR SALB
Investments male In farm lands, sere tract* resi
dence and business property.
Statisttc*; matter upon app'.ic»U»e.
I. W. Cusc, President, | H W. Hiaetss, Treaa.
UM. SMjL'-'Jk Vice Pres. {ll K Ctias, secretary.
_ BAjrma.
T H S.S ET SOCXD NATI ° NA L BANK. Or
Fald np capital
Surplua
I'BT and Mil fore'sTi and domestic exchange-
Vs.T°, ney 5 «*lwaph to a!! cities in the
Lni.ed States and Furope; receive deposits of
tnoney and islue pas* ►.r oks or < ®rtlfica es the-e
--»or. Our {acuities for making collections are coin,
plete and will Receive prompt attention.
■ltiiCTOU:
B. OATZERT Pr ,„. .
A. B. STEWART vf^tT
J. i'lKl U
us». j. hunt, a. fhal knthaL
COB RI BPONDKNTS:
London. N. M. Roihschlid A Sons- Part* r»a
Roit, schiid Freres: J-ranktort a M i
bteiger 4 ia: New York, agency of Bank of CaV
u r , lm: « l£Wv. < ' omrlierc 'aI National Bans-
Boaton. Suffolk Rational Bank: s-an IrancU^
Bant ° rU "' : i ' urUtu,J - * W
(J HE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BKATTLB
Paidnp capital
burpUi " * 125,00J
J. H. MCOhaw .
MA CRICK M f MICK KN Vlce-Pres!
U>»M TCKKas .7.......UV„. . _uluuer
General banking business transacted
Sight and telegraphic exchange pavable In all the
principal cities of the United States
and .Europe.
pEOPLE'3 SAVINGS BANK-
Capltal #IOO 00#.
W itb authority to increase to' *1,000,000.
Occidental block. Front street, Yesler avenue and
James street, Seattle, Wash.
Incorporated December 19, 1889.
OFFICE**—BOARD OF TEUSTKIA,
"ATZERT President
JACOB II kIH >'riMiii«n»
JA*»? H Kv* *' • Secon i Vice-President
«r \ iUiUEN.. .Manager, Cash er and Sec v
fwVi StHS < iS n -"-■■ • Asßist ""*
ABACHtR, JOHN LKARV
VNM. E. BAILEY, JOHN COLLIN'S.
OTTO RANKK.
Interest allowed per annum. S'.x per cent on
term deposits, 4 per cent on ordinary deposits.
vernier*" dS decllkred la,t «**.*• OS May and No-
Loans on real estate security.
JQEZTER HORTON A CO.. BANKERS,-.
INCORPORATED 188 T.
£***■» f200,(W)
Surplus 100,000
President W. 8. LADU
Vice-President A. A. DENNY
Manager jf. H. LATIMER.
Cashier F. R. VAN XUYL.
Sight exchange and telegraphic transfers on New
\ ork, Chicago, St. Paul. San Francisco. Fort
land, and various points in Wash
ington, Oregon and British
Columbia.
Sight bills of exchange on London available else
where in Europe.
Collections made at a'.l points on favorable terrna
Bonds, stocks and other valuabies received on de
posit for suie keeping.
RATIONAL BANK OF COMMERC*.-
Corner Commercial and Tesler Avenue.
Paid upcapitai »Z50,000
Transacts a general banking business.
R. HOLY<SKE Pres!riant
M. D. BALLARD rtlnt
it. K. SPE.N ciLtt......
WASHINGTON LOAN AND TRUSTCO-%
(Incorporated.)
MORTGAOK LOANS.
Securities approved here. No delay.
Branch office—Coiman block, Seattla (Ground
Boor, main entrance.)
(JKORGE FOWLER. Manager.
Home office —Walla Walla, Wash.
Eastern offices- •! Wali stre «<- New York.
120 Water street, Boston.
*■ w. WHiiuii, ram. w. baht, cam
FRANK M. SUTTOV, ASSISTANT CASH I Id.
JOHN T. OSTRANMtR, VK'IC-rRKS.
THE COMMERCIAL NATIONAL BANK QV
SEATTLE.
DinncTone:
D. T. DENNY, A. 8. MILLER,
C. P. STONE, JOHN Y. OSTRANDER,
H. W. WHEELER.
Corner Second and Mar.on Streets, Seattle, Weak
jQO TOUR
BANKING BUSINESS
With the
MERCHANTS' NATIONAL BANK,
The only designated FINANCIAL AGENT ef tht
United States in Seattla
mm AND — RASTS
Uv/i t J/U Cl'lei, Counties, School
Districts and WntcrCom
r»n!es AA anted. i'otai Issues will be taken.
Correspondence solicited.
PLUKT SOUND REALTY CO.,
feeaule National Bank Block.
CASH CAPITAL SIOO,OOO jjj LOANS ON REAL E»TATI
RR- LSAVINGS|,R.;:T
Busmtss |HA Mlf '"' D c "" T "" " D
T««««.TFO |FL*4I AB F \ Ci POSIT*
W. W. DEARBORN, Pres. IJF B. B. DEMSJSN, V.-Pres.
H. W. HIGGINS, CasHer.
YESLER BUILDING, 609 FRONT ST.
BANKING HOURS:
10 *. •». TO 8 » m , Saturday Evenings 7 TO f.
MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK
OF TAGOMA.
OLDEST U.\K IN TH£ CITY. PAD IN
ospi'al o' .; snrpius, 575, »»•> < ■ rnftr
Pac.flc *v« n <>e and Kl#*' niO street W»!tf J.
Thompson, i'res ; H* nry Dram, Vice-Pres .Samuel
i ollyer, Cashier: R J. Paris Asst. Cashier; W K
Sar»; nt. -fond Asst. Cashier torres • n:-nee
soli. lied, t ransacts a general bank.i.g be* b as.
O-Cent Deposit Stamps
—THE—
SEATTLE SAVINGS BASK
have introduced the 5 Cent Deposit -yv
texa iu c< tuif< t.. :x with their Savings l>ejart
mvnt. A-'v la have been appointed la eon*
. nient iu- K..t. s who wi'.l keep OB Lanti a
supply of ituii.i.s, stamp-books. etc., for the
< uveniene® of tb••«e wuo c«iiaot fet t>> t. e
Bank daring its business hours. Agents will
s'.so :: jiie dejH-jits and give credit t • t-. a ot.e
who w.'t.'-s :•» ot ♦•a au at-'- nr.'. vrltu the B*. k
la §>iai* of ti')t less t;;aa one <i ,".ar or twerty
stamj *. This e 1 »f»m Is omintr very popu'ar
with all *!iO are Interested in small savings.
Newcboyg. aohuol children and wajfe earners,
are ; art.oii.ariy i-rired, as iu6 !■.»..». a-.o*a
Interest uU all deposits.
Agents Stamp System.
Stewart * Holmes Dru* Co.: Mark Ten Sale;
Denver Market »O : 1L Wilcox. |IOWj J. W.
Hughes lot Bwrrlmnt; C. F Fggert ,t to . shoe
store; Mimson Mill Co, Ballard: Philadelphia
Book state, 1.5-7 Front street; Windsor Drug
Is tore, toutii Sixui tutd J autaoa.
TKADE AND SHIPPING.
Prospects of Another Cnt in
Corn MeaL
WHEAT RECEIPTS RATHER LIGHT.
Clearing - House Exchange* Markets
Steady, Except Coffee, Which Uu
Dropped Another Notch,
TIKES AT SEATTLE HARBOR TODAT.
HIWH WATER. LOW WATER.
*• ni - P- m.. ft ;; am. | ft. 'p. m. ft
3.44 , 10.1 j 2.51 j 11.5 1 >.55 j 7.ft '1Q.04 5.1
AT PORT TOWNPEND.
3.15| 7A» | 2.22 j j j 4..S | 8.55 | 2 0
SEATTLE. Oct. 29,1891.
Yesterday's clearing-house exchanges ia Se
attle, Tacoma and I'ortlaud:
Clt arancea. Bataneet.
£ eat f '® *1t«.498 67 |29,t>y9
Portland. 279,000 6ti,000
W heat receipts continue light, only 12 cars
having come in yesterday. But general receipts
and shipment* were somewhat heavier than for
the previous day. The shipments included
seventeen cars of shingles. Xo chaugo was
noted in the produce market, but the indications
are that another cut will be made in corn meal
the first of next week. Some very fine apples
were noticed in the market and dealers say the
supply of choice stock is abundant to meet the
demand. The war between Arbuckle and Mo
kaska coffees continues and another half cent
was knocked off the price of each brand yester
day. It looks as though it might be a good time
for speculators to take on a load, but appearances
may be deceiving.
FJBSERAL SHIPMENTS.
During the past twenty-four hours goods and
merchandise have beeu sh*p;>ed from Seattle in
the following amounts: By rail—Northern Pa
cific, 180 tons; Columbia A Paget Sound, IS
tons; Seattle, Lake S'lore <V Kastern, 57 tons.
I>y w>»ter— i eascr, C 5 tons; Puget Sound and
Ala-ka Steamship Company's I'Oats, 20 tons;
Henry Bailey, '22 tons; State of Washington,
a,c# ! '2 tons; Multnomah, 8 tons;
Ciliife, 7 tons; iiuckeye, 5 tons; Detroit, 4 tons;
»' »' elJ . tou ' 4 tous; iiaiiey Viatzert, 3 tons:
A. R. Robinson, 3 tons. Total shipments, 4j2
tons.
MKRCHASNR.OB AND PP.ODDCB BKCEIPT3.
Produce and merchandise have been received
at the port of Seattle during the pa-«t twenty
four hours as follow>: Rv rail—Northern i'aciflc,
895 tons: Columbia & I'uget Sound, 32 tons: Se
attle, Lake Shared: Eastern, 137 tons. By water —
ranny l-sske, l'-Otons; J. R. McDonald, 50 tons;
Multnomah, 14 tons: State oi Washingtoa, 10
tons; ilas<a!o, 10 tons; Bailey Gatzert. 2 tons,
lotal receipts, 800 tons.
Portland Wheat Market-
PORTLAND, Oct. 29.—[Special.]—Wheat—Local
feeling is firmer, in sympathy with other mar
kets. but trading continues of insignificant jro
portions. Vailey, »1.55; Walla Walla, |L4S per
ccntaL Receipts were 36,550 centals.
SAX FRANCISCO MARKETS.
THE STATE OF TRADE
BAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 29.—The produce mar
kets are steady and prices are unchanged. The
demand continues fair for leading cerea'.s.
W heat, oats and corn are iu fair demand, liar
ley is quiet and steady.
Tomatoes are plentiful and weak. Potatoes
are nrriving in large quantities and stocks are
moving ofl' slowly. Onions are steady.
Fresh fruits are in light demand and prices
unchanged. Table grapes are in heavy supply
and weak. Wine grapes are dr>ing fairly welt
Choice apples sell to good advantage.
The butter market is very firm for better
grades. Choice ranch eggs aie active.
PRODUCE RECEIPTS AND QUOTATIONS.
Produce receipts—Flour, 9,<>00 quarter saoks;
wheat, 64,000 centals; bar ey, 17,000 centals;
oats, 8,00) centals: bean«, 3,000 sack*: potatoes,
3,0 >0 sacks; bran, 3,000 sacks; wine, 45,00u gal
lons.
Flour—Family extras, SS.I.Y<# r >.25 per bbl;
bakers' extras, $5.15®V25; superfine, $8.65®3.90.
Wheat—fl.6B :, i<®l.7o for No. 1 shipping; $1.71 1 <
forchoice; milling, $1.72' 4 @1.75 per cental.
Barer—Feed, 97V.,o<(£$i.W) for dark coast and
for better ouality; brewing,
(sl-20; Chevalier, $1.47' 2 <X1.50 j>er cental for
standard; lower grades, $1 ,15<®L30 percental.
Oats—Surprise, 11.45A1.50; milling, $1.87W»
1.42^; good to choice. $1.32>
1.30; gray, b lack, [email protected] for
Oregon, and $1.65>.C92.00 tor California per cental.
Corn—Large yellow, *Ll2W<sl.lo; small yel
low, $1.22? j; white. sl.l2 I «,'^l.li.
Wool—Spring foothill,"" per pound,
Northern, l«(<s22c; Nevada, lofc&l*c; Oregon
valley, 22<®24c. Eastern—Light, lu£18c; heavy,
12(<fl5c. Fail, Mountain—Light and free, 11<($
lot; heavy and poor, 9fallc. Plains—Heavy
and poor, 7(4ic; good, 9(g,10c. Lambs—Poor to
choice, &(£l2c.
OPTIONS.
Call board salev Wheat— Buyer 1891, SL7S
closing. $1.75*4; buyer season,
closing, $1.82%. B.irley— Buyer 1891,
sl.lß>i; closing, f1,18J4; buyer season,—-$1.15(9
Lls?*; closing, $1.15.
FINANCIAL
T>rafts— Sight. 20c; telegraphic, 25E. Sterling
bills —Bank, $4.*2; SIGHT. H.SS: commercial,
I-1.81V4. silver pars— Ss3 S <4J.>\C. Mexican dollars
77(#77J1,C.
MINING STOCKS.
Alpha Con : >N. Commonwealth 25
Alta. SOJOECL dental 35
Andes 75jOverman 1 ir>
Belle Iblc 4- >e<r. Belcher 35
Bodie 5 Scorpion 15
Hulliou 1 O i*ilv»>r Hill 10
Bulwer l"l'tnh 3~>
Caledonia 30|Belcher 1 15
Challenge C0n.... FULLEST A Belcher.... 225
Commonwealth... 25|Chollar 85
('on Imperial • i 1 Crocker 5
Con New York.... 2>< on. V rginia 4 40
Crown Point 1 ('Confidence 2 25
Dal Monte SWloaldACniy 1 25
Eureka Con 1 I<> Hale & Norcross.. 95
Excheuiier 4- I'eer 5
Grand Prize 1» Peerless 10
Julia H'Potosi 1 50
Justice 4' >rhir 2 ,">0
Kentucky..... liMarage 145
Lady Washington. 1 S erra Nevada,... 150
Mono SI T'nion Cou..; 1 H5
Mexican 1 " Yellow Jacket.... 125
NAVUJO loj
EASTERN MARKETS.
ATCHISON'S SEPTEMBER EARNINGS.
BOSTON, Oct 2.». —The Atchison road's earn
ings for September, including the St Lonis ,£
Sau Francisco system, amounted to $1,672,000,
an increase of $339,000.
NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE.
NEW YORK, Oct. 29.— The stock market today
opened active. The upward movement con
tinued throughout the day, and closed strong
at the highest prices of the day. After 12
o'clock there was the usual reduction in the
volume of business except in St Paul and
Burlington, and in these and some other stocks
further fractional advances were tnide in
prices, the S>est figures of the day being reached
ail along the line. The dullness marked later
trading and the dealings were devoid of feature
at the close of the market The gains are:
Sugar 1H» KAKE Shore B>, St Paul Atchison
and Union Pacific 1 per cent
Government bonds—Firm.
Petroleum—Closing, 59J<£C.
MONEY AND EXCHANGE.
Money on call—F.asy; close, offered at 8 per
cent. Prime mercantile paper, unchanged. Ster
ling exchange—steady; sixty day b K, $4.»
4." V- DEMAND, s«.*»;4. bar hiiver—LEAD
trust, 16c. 1
BONDS.
U. a 4s free ) 117 jr. * 2S 'reg.) 100
U. S. 4s (coupon).. 117 [Pacific6s 11l
EAII.ROAD STOCKS.
Atchison 41 'Or-, gon Nav 74
Can. Pacific 87*«j Pacific Mail 3C'4
Canada Southern. 6" ! „ Rea .ing 41 : g
Central PtciUc.... is.aud h „
Burlington Paul ... .. 7.".*^
Lackawanna 11', 4 "t. Paul A «>mab« 34 ,
D ii R. <i. pref.... 47 iexas Pa. irtc j. fc
Krie » ' Paciric m
Kan. Texas 8 Express "2
?<hort; I24''v Kargo Expre-s ... 13H
liouisviile A- N ... 79 Western Cui a. SJ'J
Mich.gan Central. American C 0 2v* t
M.ss- ur. Pacific.. ,V.* k . «r:n.Lal 1 „
Northern Pacific.. 27- l l < >r. -hort L.ne— 24',
i'reierred 74' O K. «i AW 4i £
Northwestern 117 Preferred 72
Preferred It* First* 7" ! j
N. Y. Central lrust lu
Oregon Imp 24 i
MiNISO STOCK*.
Alice 1 -I" Iron Silver 1 45
A !«ui« Coa 1 & Mexican 2 00
Aapen 3 MjOltttrto S* W)
L> ad wood 1 !» Plymouth 2 4o
E .reka Con .. 1 v<4*s*rr« NeTala... 1 Vt
HomesWke lo '' standard 1 jO
lioru biiver 8 4-. Cu;oa Con 1 e
MSECHASDI.-J.
Hope—Firm.
O—Optloni steady and nnrhar.fed
to 1 • j*r uj ha!-* C2.?f<o fcasr*. ;n-
C.ttaiUg QclvbUl, JiLMjiU,
11.45: Jumtrr, |U.OB®II.IO. fipot iilo— Pixint
No. 7.
sugar— Kaw, tirm. o aleswcre 140 bar*. Cen
trifugal, s*> 3 9-oUc. Kedued, steauy a^d
quiet.
Copper—Steady. Lfike.October, I1LG0; Novem
ber, Jli fin.
Lead—Easier. Domestic, J447?»
lin— Las?, Straits, J19.9>.
CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADS.
CHICAGO, Oct. 29 —The wheat market todav
wan higher. 'lheopening w.-»« a little excited
and sale* were mmfe at 1 advance on the
closing liwura* ol yesterday. Then the market
ea->vd off wuh some slight flu< tuatioaa '-» c, but
again developed a stronger feeling, and tl.is
IflMprteM advanced then llirllmi
I'gC. rallied aligbtly and closed at about \o
hither than the closii.g figures of yesterday.
Receipts were 1,732,000 bushels; shipments,l,u.o,-
00J bushels.
Wheat—steady; cash, December;
JitT, 11.02.
Corn—iC*gy: cash, Mav, 4J>siaot No
vember, .x ,7 B c.
Oats—Ste „iy: cash, May, 31310.
Rye—>teadv; 91a.
F'.ax—y.">^ij'j6c.
Barley—tTii-y; 60,
Pork—steady; rush. January. tn.l9.
La r d—Steaiv; />a-h. Jo.Oi; January, #3.20.
Phould*rs, f '.7 >»•: clear, $6,70®
«.30; short ri-*.
W hiaky—Jl.lS.
CHICAGO LIT* STCK.
CHICAOO, Oct. 29.—Cattle— Receipts, 16.000*
steady; good to choice native*. Jivoujj.7o: oth
***• '0: Texan*. ?2.40(&3.0&; rangers,
93.'_5fi54.2 ■; »tockcr», ..
Hogs— Receipts, 34,Oikj; active and higher;
rough, mixed aud packers, fi.9o.ti
4.05; prime heavy and butchers' weights, s4.loi£
4.2-i; light. VKaii.l3.
?htep—Receipts, *.000; active, steady and
stronger; native ewe-. $ ;.50(<$4 J»; mixed, 4io£
4.43; wethers, t4.jMjVj.2d; Westerns, $i.3X
BOSTON STOCK EXCHAKUK.
BOSTON, Oct 29.—Closing:
Atchison 44 Mexican Central... 2iJ^
Burlington 9s]s
FOBkIGX MAKEKTS.
FINANCIAL
Oct 29.—The directors of the Han* of
England today advanced the rate of discount
from 3 to 4 per cent
LONDON, Oct 29.—Closing—Consols: Monev,
95 1-lfi; account, ■ ' 8.-nds—l". S. 4s, 120:
U. S. 4'js, 1C2?4- Bar silver— Money—
-8 per cent.
BRIADSTCFFS.
LRVSRPOOT. Oct. 29.—W heat—Unchanged.
Corn—Demand fa.r for spot and active for
futures: sp>>t, October aud November, tie jJ*d,
thin; Decemt>er, ;W 4 d, firiu.
Shipping Intelligence.
TATOOSH. 5 p. m., Oct. 29.—Partly olerndyt
light southeast wind, ship iu tow of tug Lome
passed out at 2:30 p. m. iour-;ua*ted schooner
beating in.
CLALLAM BAT, 5 p. m.. Oct 29.—Clondyt light
southeast wind. Ship la tow pasted out at 3
p. m. '
PORT CRESCENT. 5 p. m., Oct Heavy
rain; light southeast wiud. Three-inasted
schooner going out Tug going in with ship ia
tow at 5 p. ra.
FORT ANGXI.ES, 3 p.m., Oct 29. —Partly cloud*;
light southeast wind. Steamer Michlcau cleared
for Victoria at 1:30 p. ia. Tug Goliah with bark
Sagamore In tow pawed out at 4: ® p. in.
PORT BI.AKEI.EY, Oct 29. Sailed yesterday—
Schr Excelsior; today, schr Compeer. Arrived—
Schr Seminole.
PORT HADLOCK, Oct I».— Sailed—Schra Meteor
and Ha'cvon.
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct 29.—Arrived—8Unr HAl
tian Republic from Port Townsend; stmr O. W.
Elder from Astoria; stmr Empire from I>««»
parture bay; stmr State of Cull orn.a from Port
land; stmr Walla Walla frotn Victoria; bit
Aureola from departure bay; Russian schr
Leon from PetropolovskL Cleared—Norwegian
stmr Marie for Nauainitt. Sailed—ilk Currolitoa
for Nanaimo.
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct 29.—Brig w. H. Myer
arrived today from Balloa straits, after a long
whaling cruise. The brig made a clean-up oj
seven whales, and the W. L. Morgaa caught
three right and one sperm wha.e.
REAL KSTATK BAI.EB.
The Deeds Recorded With the Asditer
Yesterday.
Real estate transactions from January I, l«n.
to date are $18,399,413. Thee were filed for
record yesterday 22 deeds, the conslderatioaa
aggregating $10,403, an average of $172.Ml
Following is the list as furuisaed by Ost><>rue,
Tremper A Co.. abstractors of title, 116 Cherry
street, between Frout and Second:
A Amunds to O i llall, lot 7, biook i, Crane's
add, $725.
J F Brever et a! to James M. Mat haws, lota 1L
12. block IC, Wsiia Walla add, $9,»).
A W Shenh-rd to Louaon, lot 19, block
70. Oilman Park. $2.0i | 0.
L H Griffith Realty and Hanking Company to
city oi .-cattle, tract on Aibert street, $1
South Park land and Improvement Company
to William Gyar, lots 1 to u, block 49, south
Park, J.vX>.
W. W. Y'onngto S. P. Willis, 30 lots, Stone's
div, rtreea *Lake add. $775.
I.iila Winn to s. H. Piles, lot 14* block 1,
Baxter's add, $L
William Foatell to J.F.Pike, lot 20, block 6,
E».st Seattle, HSJ.
B. J. Bloniskag to L. 3. Hergberg, 21 acres, seo
17. tp 25 r 6 e, $357.
B. J. Bloomstas; to L. S. Ilerberg, right to take
water from spring, sl.
Jacob Furtn to B. W. Murray, lot 21, block 8,
J. J. Mciiilvra's 3d add. sioo.
O. H. Randell to W. A. Ryerson, lota 19 and 20,
block 12, Rsndell'a2d add, s('«so.
E. Y. Jettery to W. B. Cautrell, lots 3to 8,
block 5. Lull Point a id, pi
J. C. Merifield to William McCrory, lot 8, block
6, Y'ester's Ist add, SI,OOO.
W. T. Corrao le to It. C. Raymond, lot 18, block
10, East Lake add. $5.
11. C. Raymond to F. A. Williamson, lot 18,
block 10, East Lake add, $5.
11. M. Bennett to J. C. Steele, lots 4 and 88,
block y. White & M. ad i, W. Seattle. $5
J. C. Steele to W 1 Ilium Patterson, lots 4 and 38,
block 9. White A M. add, W. Seattle, S3OO.
M. E. Church to C. Abrahams, lot 00, blook 6,
South Park, SIOO.
E. C. Walsh et aL to A. K. Moore, lots 8,5,0,12,
13 and 14. block 15, Harrison Heights. $L
A. K. Moore to J. W. M Faddeu, lot 12, block
15, Harrison Heights, $275.
J. M. W lcstilng to H. Aronson.lots \ 6 and 7,
block 2, Ayer <Si Walker s add, $1,900.
UOTKL ARRIVALS.
tbb enxa
Mrs Chase, Portland G C Hatch, Pt An*ele»
R H Htrech, do H London, 8 F
(»eo Rubj><;.l, N Y B F bennison. Olympla
Mr« I>ennison,Olympta Arthur Voigt, 8 F
N 1! '.ireertfelder, S F -M G Fernber.?, Mdl Lake
F W Ludwijr. Wia \\ hitney Porter, Boston
G Clum, Ft Madison i> ii - »>>ner, Itidlanap'a
L Hennhel, Taeoma Hp Whitney, Whatcom
A F Lowenthal, 8 F F. Goodman, Chicago
I' N Feldman, do J W Hartnett, Hnohomh
W W Evans, Pt Town V J Knapp. Anaoortoa
E M ila!!, Ntw York 6 Garcia, Saw York
J H Symonds, Albany Joe Hughs, Albany
II Powers, do
r-Ooodyrar, Elitch it ScMUing'i ifirwtreU.s
Chas W Good;cat, tlim E Schilling
E M Halt, 8 Gruia
W Mainz, Joe Abeur,
J H Svmondi Joe Huxriea,
George Kastus, Elmer Law ton,
Howard Powers, J W Keoyon,
Will II -canton, <'urt F. rfchaat,
George Stevenson, V G Hibnlku,
Harry Humin, J K Fostan,
R Hartel, P T iKinsi,
Ed M Elitch.
TH* ARLiSOTOIf.
W F Corv, Tacoina A Johuson, Tt T'wns'nd
A C Samcaou. Victoria T '• Wellington, lit Paul
A C Ticker, Pt '..tmbid H R McLeod, ,-eat»«<-k
L Jones, Portland T E Erana, Tacoina
L I Sitreuil:Ot.», Colo II steTt.ua .4 I, Victoria
J Smith, sun Francisco <■ II I hon paon, B t Paul
H Clark, do C F Browniee, M'nie* o
M r» Jam**. do M Polley.Cltjr
Vim Fulton, Pt Bl'k'lv < a(taiu b Gilraore, City
JJrs P V Gii'.nau Mrs I> Gilraore, do
JC Maion, Chicago J F frowbrMue, do
Wll Frtuicr, lacoma Mia Trowbridge, do
TH ( OCCIDRHTAL.
J E Evan*. Whldby I->!d Mrs Armstrong, Taeoma
Amxnda Johnson, C:ty B>J W!(c o x A»( do
J LMo ran, do T Brnmlee, do
H .-weaney, Uo 1 P A wf, do
J Hortiaby. Kentucky W H Upson, Portland
F H Lysons, Snoboraiah E P Ja< k»ou, do
H H Holland, Omaha W H Meal, do
A litcomb, i»r Payneer, Pimaroy
1 A Hoot, do V> Gall:ns A w f . Ren'oa
E F Tucker, Calcutta G Cr.urctiili A wf, do
Z J Hatch. Olyrnnia S Van Vactor, Oakland
\\ Ascott.Wooi&C tKepJ M KuLm.shelton
TUK SNOQCAIdtIK.
G IToines, Tac inn J S Parry, Tolt
!' I Ren in«ton, N Benl J siebel, Minneapolis
B B .-tandish, t/vii, tal M P Hurd, La Conner
Mr* Maa<<n, City W Subeiak), Tacomi
T Gottlieb, do* W A Haas Aw, do
W B Halrae, L'n:on fy W K Ma**:*, l>nn
A -t nfall .v w, Qllmaa A II JUS*. North Bond
J!> -» van.Marysville C J Paraous, Colocuru
J B Dnboia, la Mrs Cban.bert, Baltiim'*
W A Fiaher, J*in? Sing
free reclining c air run, elegant dtntn* oar*.
fir*t-cia*t aud tuurtat sleeping car* arts
tlje many feature# oS'twi t>y trie Lnina l'a< lUc
raiiwar. !>?•<• n;>11 v« matter aad JuU ia' rrnn.
tion refar lin*'-I.U maay Mate* ilI territory*
traverae 1 bsr ti.ia rre.tt eratem can be • otaint I
at th«* cumtwajr'a o&ce, 7>js secoua A. C.
Jiaiuu, ticket ng?ut.
Order your -"a! from ths seattie Traaifer
Company. T«.tsi>iune 4i or 4^9.
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