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TRADE AND SHIPPING.
Exchanges for the Day Were
$204,036.12.
THE GROWTH OF SHINGLE TRADE
fl4tr Shingles Now Taking; tbo Lead of
All Othcra— Cypress tha Only
Real Competitor.
TTPIB AT SEATTLE HABEOR TODAY.
HIGH WATER. LOW WATER]
s.m. | feet, j u.iu. > leet a.m. ' feet. Jp.m. j feet
<4 4 j 14.6 : 1.13 ; 12.7 * 1 7 6 ;i1.53 j 0.4
at FORT TOWNSEHD.
Tin 1.1 *4* ~ *~i I~jj~i r~6~Ti~Tj» 0.4
p IS.
SEATTLE, Wash., Jan. 18. 1893.
Exrhsnges at battle, Tacoma and Portland
Clearing houses today were:
Cfmrancn. Balancr*
Seattle |2j4.<;36 12 £>4,m« 70
Tacoma 134,900 39 4V**> 38
Portland... 327,000 00 64,u00 00
Tbe local markets presented no new features
yesterday. Prices remain steady. The fo.low
iog, relating to the development o? the shingle
trade, is taken from the Chicago TimbTvvnn:
Tae year 1892 marks a transition period in the
s&'agle business of this country. It has teen a
tlise when changes and innovations that huve
beta just under the surface have become appar
ent.
It has Income manifest that the dsy for high
grsd" white dno siii:;g.es .s pass.ut; away. The
tset is tr.at white pine timber 1* too valuable
dcw to put Ir.to shingles. Fir the most parr,
bigb-eiass shingles are male Irom good timber,
th'iiign of course some will rc«uit ;r >ia the uti
lintion of slabs and refuse logs, it is when
suitable timber is cheap that sning e manutac
turn caa on a large scale be moi-t snccessialiy
prosecuted. It i« for ttiis rea* 11 that Pacific
coast shingle manufacturers have b«eu able to
do to largM a business iu tne inland states during
IH>J. Tneir stan ling timber has hardly more
thau a nominal value, and when tie'ivered at
tee mill represents but a fraction of the value
e! white piuc. Consequently the fine, clear
sSiugles male from tnis timber can be laid
down on a 00 or 60 cent rate in direct competi
tion with upper grades of white pine shingles
male in M.unesota and Wisconsin. That the
Lower Mich.ran mills have not thi< year seri
ously lelt thi» competition is largely because
tUeir territory lie* cast oi Chicago and beyond
the range <>t the fin-cant rate.
The ear!y developments of the shingle market
were not favorable to the white pine product,
but the demand ftriaily reached a point where it
took everything that win offered except in the
field entered by red cedar. Even in Wisconsin
it was the thin h.gh grade stuigies that were
negi-cted. All low«'r grades hare beeu rapidly
mored, and a: constantly increased price*.
I .Thin shingles hart not t.een In favor in the
higher trade*. When hirh prices are paid there
ft >*» with them a demand for standard thick
ness. It is largely owing to their adherence to
the standard thickness that Michigan ingle
Kisoufarturera hare been able to hold their
trade and even to make inroads into the terri
tory to the we»t of them that properly, bv vir
tus ol freight rates, belongs to Wisconsin. Mich
igan white cedar shingles have beau add in
Joiiet, I!L, and s:m..ar points iu large quanti
tiss this year.
Cypress shingles have shown no particular
advauc* in consumption, simply because the
production has not i*;ea increased. The cypress
mills have been kept busy the season throu.-h,
and stocks ot shimcles have been so reduced
that the green product has been shipped to fill
orders that otherwise could not have been taken
e«r» of.
Hemlock as a shingle timbor is coming into
eome favor in the West. It has long be«>n u
regular thing in the East for cheap shingles,
but now in Michigan large numbers are male
and find a ready sale.
During IM»2 immense quantities of shingles
bsve been sold, but, owiug to some of the feat
ures indicated abov», the result of the business
bas not, to the average manufacturer, been aa
aatisfactory as in co-ordinate lines. The dealer,
however, has beeu in high feather. He has had
a wide choice of materials and brands, and with
an excellent trade has secured a substantial
profit.
OENERAL SHIPMENTS.
During the past twenty-four boura produce
and merchandise has beeL shipped irom and re
ceived at the port of Seattle as follows:
Tons.
Shipments by rai! and water 5 0
Receipts by rail aud water 790
Tsroma tirain Market.
TACOMA, Jan. is.— [Special.]—Grain market
quiet, notradiug. Quotatioua: Club, TOc; Biue
fete in, 7.> c.
Portland (iraln Market.
PORTLAND, Jan. la-[Special.J—Wheat— Mod
erately active and steady. Valley, 91.20(51.22Vf;
Walla Walla, 91.12! 2 <<51.15 per cental Receipts,
10,216 centais.
EASTERN MARKETS.
NEW YORE f-Tot S EXTIIANOE.
NEW YORK, Jan. IS. —Wall street t«.d*y (rained
lull confidence eveu in the face of the threatened
outgo of gold on Saturday. The remarkable
ea.y money market, with n practical assurance
of Us continuance for a long time, and the feel
iiiK tliat the gold shipments imminent prevented
a further decline in the price of silver, which
shows decided strength upon n holding of less
than 700,000 ounces in New York, caused th 3
•took market to move steadily upward through
out the day. The features in tho eariv part of
the day were Manhattan and Sugar lor strength,
sud Distillers and Now England lor weakness;
but Distillers scored a final gain of 1 per cent.
Operation* among the indiialriaia were ueain
prominent, uud Cordage was lifted per cent.
Among the railroad stocks there was great
strength in Louiavillo & Nashville. Northern
Pacific preferred after the opening advanced
•iowiy uutti iat-- in the day, when tiie upward
movement liecatue more pronounce 1 and every
thing moved forward, tho cl"*e beiug atrouger
al < r uuar the best prices of the day. Railroad
bondsw >re extremely active.
<«overn '.ent bo. .is- 1 >UI 1 anil steady.
Petroleum- Dud and unchanged.
FIN a NCI a I.
Money on call KN»Y; rosed, offered, C','.
Prime ll)»rca<iti:«S |MT«R, 1 <T . .-TEN;::* «•*-
CTIHTIEE (julet tint orm; sl.- tor sixty DAY ULU;
LL 4 for demand.
SUV Kit
N».w YotK, Jan. is. Bar silver--v v «c.
r. ACs (reg' ... li:p # d\ ft 4's (coupon). 1! >'%
I. s. it's (mg) km iPaolSe6i lej
FULROAIL STOIKS.
A'FH SON .... "I Central.. . I<vv«'
*'• • | tess 11" »r« -:I prove J- 4
■ lian I'.i tie.. > t < >regon Nu a,
ftwti LIM ....... \
• <*' tral Pacific _ gt'iv I!i< Mail
ktu NITON Iv.a9t*ul man 199
Mtao Uil 4' Beading UU
UMtewaaoa IJ>4*t)j 1 . |U ,
1' A K », p:d .V ta i 1 - ><. Western. ..
l>!-tideni. ... 67',! Preferred.. fit
WUI lis - e:.tra! ... It, K.rst* : <
Ka A lexas... Ji l-,a!ld K
Lake - .o?e. 1 i-t. I'au'.. . v > - v
Lead lr.»t -i i >L I'au; A. Oinaha M
MHI'.SSI IN ,v \«sii -ngar..
y gau Central. Ut Ttniheita i \
*}" ! 19 ' uiou I'acitio 4i' 4
RT ' * RIC«!I TL« 4 V, ». K* press. ... fit
W li . L. I arg.» tx:ire»«.... 145 J
1 • A <vrstern Union... „
■Orthwestarn. ... L!.- 4 KlecCrtc 19 j
rreUrred jLinsasd L.I
KiMNj STOCgs.
J/"* n 1 "j. • -ie-ra Nevada .. IJO
v A 4 * 1 •• -tan lard 1 4 •
IIMVOM I 3 t'cion Con.. l !o i
fieuid* c urj • \, . i„, ket ... CO *
» Norcroee ■ ver »• j
■ Mtaki ' <• , ksllrer sjo .
!'* '" •.T . r re 1 IS 0U i
®\ URUJ •" North -tar *6 B- •.
$ ' » > « i •««. r 10 j
riy OULN. . ... - ,
MKRt'llaxDtsg.
R., r , te!::atitl an t steady.
' " i U;-tn sc.v ,J .(tail, to IS points
•p -s e.
Y . J.,, *JF», J R |*| ?D **, s:■ :o
2*'. p P"* h'-o—Firm and quiet; No. 7,17U
W""#
4 „ > w—F;r:a and d ill. Kefined, q'liet
1 ' .W VJiletanlflrra Jake. IU i,
I«*J- .. J
•tea.«r >li " tU,;U pUte. dull and
»o,TO» iT■ CK t( MAS'jl
BORROW, JAN. LS.~T »U LG
MRI'L' I '' " N.. 10; I,
M. tc H ! ■ oo::. !?. -au I' <f S o 17
rnii AuO ItVI ST k.
JlitAfto, Jtu l* Kcctipti IS.OOO*
l - . c rnraon grade. ' i
• ■■■ i eat eteera, I ;& me..
[ '• others » ~ ta au i kei«.« A
• .«• - ». 1 4 • .
wp *:■: a. ; -ti... • M i >,!
** *' < * •' « '''"s an 1 hui. ;
ei'« V , lig!.-, r 4 t 45,
w . iij. ! it »
K,"e- I-," v.* . «;,»». i < lower- i
•a i U
w ~s, y«a:,:n| waUier*. .. w. 1
CHIC AGO BOARD OF TRADE.
Chicago. Jan. IS.— Wheat—Weak. Opened
!ic lower on weather cables, but advanced
on local buying and then declined lc on selling
by longs, influenced by small clearings anil
the uncertainty as to the anti-option bilL
Closed easy lower than yesterday. Receipts
were 26,000 bushels; shipments, 13,*j00 bushels.
Wheat—Weak; Cash 76c; May, 81
Corn—Lower; Cash, 43c; May, 47*ie.
Oats-H««ady; Cash, May, aSfa
rwyc—o6c.
Barley—6sc.
Timothy—ii.%.
Whisk*—sl.3s.
Pors—Steady; Casb,sl7.W; Mav.lJSSl
if rd T. 8te * djr: <: <"h.»10.55; Majr, 110.5 a.
fcboulders—s9. ST : 4 '<|lo.tO
fchort Clear—llo.'2orsio.3o.
bhort Kibt—Steaav; Cash, 19.40; May, |9 47'£
SAN FBAXCISCO MARKETS.
THE STATE or TEADE.
San F*a:scisco. Jan. IS.— Receipts of poultry
are moderate with the demand light for the gen
eral run of stock. Game of ail kinds comes in
plentifully and prices are lower again for aucks
of All kinds.
The fruit is dull and choice r.pples and
pears alone commend much attention from
buyers. Oranges of all kinds are very plentiful
with a weaker tendency in prices. Dr.ed frait
is in good stij>p:y and firmly heta, with a
stronger tone in special varieties of evaporated
apple*.
in the market for dairy produce only fancy
grades of butter enow any firmness The ordi
nary descriptions go at buyers* offers to a great
extent, with a heavy feeling at that. Eggs are
weak ior ail descriptions, with stored eggs ta
vored by buyars. Cneese of Patter grades is firm
and moderately active.
Ihe vegetable market is quiet with prices un
changed. The demand for potatoes has been
checked by the advance in prices, and this in
turn has caused a falling off iu receipts, which
ha* helped to steady the market. Choice onions
are firm and steady. New vegetables are scarce
un 1 prices hold firm.
Produce receipts—Flour, 6,003 quarter sacks;
wneat, 36,000 centals, l ar.ey, 3,u00 cental*; oats,
;»j0 centals; rye. 1,000 sacks; beans, lii.uOO SUCKS;
potatoes, 4,000 sacks; Oregon, 80 sacks.
Flour—Net cash prices for fainL. ex ras. 11!.90
pi;r barr-1; takers' extra.-, 13.juGH00. su
perfine. $26Cf03.10.
'A neat—l be market is falling back asaiu, few
buyers being willing to pay over SI.OO per
cental, while wm the limit of more than
one loading shipper. Milling greats are easy at
*l.o3>4'.<Ci.3') per centaL
Bariey—Spot trading is quiet, buyers taking
bare.y enough to supply immediate wants.
Prices are easy. Wequotei Peed, 77J«c per cental
ior dark coast; bo(£sl}£c for ' >;<>od qual
ity, and lor cuolce; brewing,
97!-jC per centaL
Oats—surprise, 51.45^1.50; milling,
fancy feed. J1.I0; choice feed. 11.32' a -#:.37- a ;
off grades.
mon. and 11. 12'./$! So choice ior seed; gray,
SL2 red, ♦l.ij(^L2 | ) per cental.
CALL BOARD.
The following sates were recorded at the call
board today: Wheat: Morning, informal se-aion
—May, 1.4 tj tons, at
t0n«.!1.3.'?4 per cental.
Wneat. Kagular session—No sales.
Barley: Kegular session—No sales.
Afternoon session: Wheal—May, 100 tons, at
tI.XPi; •."<) tons. $1.33*,: TOO ton's, J! " 900
ton-., *i..;.i 7 H ; IJO u»us, SL.;4; 3uo tons, f1.33 «; 100
tons. |l.per cental.
Barley—.way, 100 tons, at
per cental.
FINANCf AI..
Drafts—On New York, per 1100, 25a.
Sterling bills on London—ft? day bank, f I.ST' 2 .
Silver—Bar", per ounce, Mexican
dollars, w^ptio'^e.
MINING STOCKS.
Belcher 1 lOjt'haileuge C0n.... 50
Best A Belcher.... 12* Con. New York... 45
Chollar v Vrown Point 4o
Con. Virginia 2 .">0: Exchequer lo
Confidence l oolGrand Prize &
Gould A Curry..., w.luiia 5
Hale A Norcross.. ToJustice 6
Potosi 1 7.'lKentuck 10
Ophir. 1 Lady Washington 5
Savage v Mono 15
Sierra Nevada 1 30'Mexiaan 1 45
Cnion Ctn 1 ii. Nevada Queen :>
Yellow Jacket.... 7» ! '>ccidental 20
Alpha Con K Overman.. 20
A!ta 2< seg. Belcher 15
A-ides 30 scorpion ... 5
Bodie J Mlver 11:11 5
Bullion 7 l tah 15
Butwer. H>,Potoai 1 T6
Caledonia 1<
FOREIGN MARKETS.
F;NAS< I Aj.
NEW YOKK, Jan. I>. lne Post's London cable
gram says: The markets are distinctly buoyant
aud the activity is spreading uluwiy t > the pub
lic. Silver is firm on further advances ot an
agreement between the American parties for the
stoppage of purchases ol the metal. The acarc
ity of silver is attributed to the temporary sus
pension of production.
LONDON, Jan. IS. —liar silver, 925 fine, "S?ad;
consols, 97 10-HJd; Bar:a of England discount
rate, 3 |>erceut.
I! RKADSTI'FFS.
LIVERPOOL, Jan. K—Wheat—Offered moder
ately aud unchanged.
Corn—offered sparingly: Spot, firm. 4s Sd;
January, old, steady. Is January, new,
steady, 4s February, new, dull. Is -l : \d.
The Nati • niil Iniard <»f Trade.
WASHINGTON CITY. Jan. is.-The Nation*'
Hoard ol Trade continued its .session ioday. A
proposition recomiueniliuK t..e pasango of H bill
providing for the register and protection of
trademarks was passed. A recommendation for
the passage by congress of tho 'l'orrey bank
ruptcy bi:l wa* passed unanimously. Also a
recommendation to create a department of com
merce and manufactures. A resolution was
adopted that every legitimate means to lostcr
our rnarchant marine engaged in foreign com
merce snould be adopted by Congress. At tho
afternoon session a resolution sa< adopted cm
mending strict enforcement of the immigration
laws of the United States and a further amend
ment requiring from every immigrant a certifi
cate from tho authorities of his former resid
•nce-place that such person is of good moral
chaiacter and capable ol taking care of himself,
and recommending the establishment by u.w of
national quarantine regulations. Tie board
listened to a statement lroia ItUem-.I Kavenue
Commissioner Mason a* to t ie practical work
ings of the collect ion of tue w lisky tax. 1 lie
committee a; pointed to formulate a proposition
for nnu.-n ling the interstate commerce law rc
p ried, recommending seven amendments and
asking immediate action, but tho board made it
the first oider of bush.ess in tho morning and
then adjourned.
It 1.41, ESTATE WALKS.
Deeds Itecarded in tue Auditor's Office
Y est •• rtl :* y.
Ke«* estate transactions from .'anil irv 1. Is-i.l,
are fl. M » : re were ti -.-d lor record y«'ster
dav Hi ileeds, th< % conm leratiotis aggregating
Ji.08',1.;.: ii "wing .« the ii-t as furnish nl by
labor:.e, r rem per A Co., atistnctors of titles,
110 t tierrv betw -en Fiont and Second:
J. N K. Wo.fe r.» Wj..inm \ Tumble, lota JI
and JJ, !• ock I. Katu.et a id. fi.'«sl.
Atttiie Bot.r •!:*. *.t a to < :. li u.scn, part lot
1, sec Is. Jl, - ♦ I
li <>.»<. : t ■ n. A Puieiie, lot I.Uiuck Jl, Crown
2 ! .t: 11. »1.
li. M. Uaui stoJ.W. (,i> .w.n, s 1 3 lot l«, block
2, '.'ad » >ii -ireet < r K i «ty mid. f
V\ D. Field to Wi \*. i.russ.'iot l'J, M"<k 9,
M tor I tne, no>.
Uet 1- A I. c •, to Dow Academy, block .. ai i
others, Ki\cr i'ark. V ■"V
!•' K.coter to >\ is :ngt ti* K .tder * '1 • uy,
lot* : ;an 1 li. bio k < 'rane A t'li k«* s. ft
l I. ?t»u'.' uio A. ii« ... , j U 1 »ec i»,
IS
c < i illacber to H. Turner, lot s. blcck 11,
ll.n s Ist. J i 1.
James 1* >'■«>! to William Cocl ran, luildings
O'.i -s't* and 4. 'eo 1 J'. 5 . *>'.
Bav Yen Brewing! M ~cstt'- - Brew
ing A Ma>ttt,«; c-or.ipany. Lrewerv etc , J."MP*.i.
c'.au-eu—w. one* Hrew.ng i any to tseattle
Br, w g A Malting tonipany, brewery etc .
I ..."i,ii»'.
A.'jert Brs .n Bre" .to c atjon to Seattle
Brewing A Malt:i.g C>.nipauy, brewery etc..
tjj '.LSI. 1.
J A. Moorectal t - P iUn jo.ph, b.-ts 4 and
5. I lock . s, Brooklyn, 1
I B K> * !, re« * : ver, to r". Ueggmver et al., b ts
in S:»;:gi.ter, Jl. •
1". 1. i ..ap.n t • K. e". II ; »ii;«,
Mock 'J">. luiiew -od, 1!
Srusior Haw ley Ke-slrclsd.
II .*KTFOKi', ( iinn., Jan. 17.—Jos»ph 11.
Hnw.«»y, Kcj tibi.i an. wae chosen railed
States senator ;u the !eg:s.ative session.
Srnat.ir <«ray l.e-Klected.
IVVIK, I'el., Jan. 17.—Senator <!eorpe
«iray w.is toi'.ay elected t<> t!.e United
State* senate without opr« s.;:ot..
Qnunc WANT . E fr fS
ji if « I 1 il COUNT -8. SCHOOL
Fs# %•» S e%O t# DISTRICTS. «sT(R
COMPANII S.ST.R.H.COMPAHitS.tIc.
rfrtisic t»nee s
K.W.H4RPJS » COMPAHr.B3««'S,
I6J-IBS Deerhorn Street, CHICAGO.
15 W«l! Street, Wfc«V YORK.
7d State St., 00970 M.
THE SEATTLE POST-ISTELLIGEXCEB, THUESDAT, JANUARY 19. 1995.
THE BITTER WINTER.
Persons Frozen to Death in the
Streets of Berlin.
THE POOR SUFFER TERRIBLY.
W aires Lssts the Forests and Coma to
Town to Kat Girls—Unprecedented
Weather in Quebec.
Bbbl!N, Jan. 18^—'The bodies of three persons
frozen to death were found in the streets today.
Navigation is suspended on tue Elbe at Ham
burg. The poor o.' the Prussian citi*s are suf
fering keeuiy. The depression of trade has
let tens of thousands unemployed. Today
four meetings were held, all very dieorder y.
The meeting resolved to demand that public
works be undertaken in order that idle men
w.th families to support may be given employ
ment.
Horrible stories come from the remoter regions
of Europe, and especially the Balkans, oi death
and suffering caused by the severity of the
winter. In servia the wolves have abandoned
the forests and prowl about the towns at.d vil
lages in oearch of prey. Young girls have been
devoured by wolves m the suburbs of Belgrade.
l>.spatches irom Russia stale that there is
greats uffering in the provinces where famine
prevai.e J last year. In Russia, also, wild ani
mals made desperate by hunger and cold have
mTaded the villages and devoured human be
ings and domestic animals.
STOCKHOLM, Jsn. 18.— Intense cold prevails
throughout Sweden. In tne north the mercury
froze. All the harbors are ice-bound. Steamers
due on Saturday have not yet arrived.
Quebec, Jan. IS.—Never within the memory
of man has Canada suffered so continuously
from intense cold as during the last
month. For twenty-six days the thermometer
has been below zero, and most of the time 15 to
20 degrees below. The among the
toor m ail parts of the country is great. Num
erous pc-ople have been frozen to death.
Salisbury, Md„ Jan. Is.—Advices from Nan
ticoke says several men were frozan to death in
canoes caught out several miles from land.
Some of th«m started to walk to laud beiorc the
ice was strong enough and were probabiy
drowned. Three tramps were frown to death
bunday night near Princess Anne.
G rand Haven, Mich., Jan. 18.— The steamers
Wibconsm and Roanoke are in the ice two miles
off port. They have been out about thirty si*
hours The ice is moving this way ana the har
bor is badly blockaded.
DXNISOV, Ttx., Jan. 18.— The heaviest snow
fa lin years has occurred in this section. The
storm has been raging for twenty-four hours
without any signs oi abatement. The loss of
stoc* will be heavy.
THE REVIVAL. SERVICES.
Miss Downry's Sermon—"Tlie Heavenly
Telephone"—Alison on Free Agents.
Miss Downey, tho revivalist, preached to a
large and earnest audience at the First Meth
odist Episcopal church, coraer Third and
Marion streets. Her sermon was powerful and
convincing and was received in an appreciative
and sympathetic niauuer by a large congrega
tion'. Several converts were made and many
were led to com ess tiieir sins aul endeavor to
lead a purer life.
Ker. T. W. Butler was ill and unable to at
tend the revival service# nt G face Methodist
church last night A rousing meetingwas he'd,
however, and Kev. Mrs. E. M. Barrett preached,
taking as her subject "The Heavenly Tele
phone," the text being: "There is more joy in
heaven over one sinner that repenteth than over
ninety and nine j:ist persons who need no re
pentauce," The idea which Mrs. Barrett sought
to convey was that the departed keep them
selves acquainted with the actions of their sur
viving friends, and that there is great joy in the
home circle in heaven over the repentance of a
shiner. There was a large attendance from the
Baptist Free church, where Mrs. Barrett had
preached, and many people from Fremont were
present The sermon wus a stirring one, and
several souls were converted.
A very audience was present at the
meeting held iu the First Presbyterian church
last i:.ght. Dr. Alison preached an effective
sermon from 11. Peter t:10: "Wherefore the
rather, brethren, give di Igenee to make your
calling aud election sure, for if ye do those
things ye shall never fall." The ape-ker said
that God is sovereign and man is a free agent,
not a machine. There is nothing in the Bible
or the Presbyterian Confession of Faith that in
terprets the word election except in harmony
with God's sovereignty and man's free agency.
God calls everyone, but the call is only effectual
for him who answers it and a ccepts Christ. The
things to be done referred to in the text are con
tained in the verses preceding the text—adding
to faith, courage, virtue, knowledge, temper
ance, patience, godliness, brotherly kindness
and charity. The Christian who does those
things will never fall. Diligence in Christian
work ts the great safeguard against temptation.
After the serman Mrs. Dr. Alison sang,
"Nearer, My God, to Thee." Tonight and to
morrow night the services will be held us uaual
at 7:13.
.Miii»* Manager* in 4'i>iifer<*iic«.
T. B. Corey, Miperinteudent of the Oregon
Improvement Company's coal mines, and
Wesley Wiisou, manager of the Seattle
Coal Si iron Company, returned yester
day from Tacoma, where they went
to attend tho meeting of tiie Washington Coal
Miners' Association. The meeting was a secret
one, but tho;e participating In it say that it
wa» merely for the purpose of compar
ing notes as to mining methods, but
it is more than suspected that steps were taken
to look after the interests of the members of the
association before the legislature in case any
legislation of a hostilo character should be pro
pused.
ttoaril of I'uMir WorLs.
The superintendent of water works submitted
his report for Heceintef to the board of pub ic
works at its meeting yesterday, it snows the
following:
Operating I ake Washington station.. f.'.W
I i|wratt:;g Pr 'ad way aiatuin ';»vt >7
Operating Queau Anue station .
<eraling mains - ( 05
Ofioe &05 jo
Total »|,Ms 01
The receipts were JlV> <'t There was no
other business of importance before the board.
HOTEL AKKIVALS,
Ti!E ARLINGTON.
I t p-.mmct'. I'ortlan 1 I. W David, Blaine
«i V 1 ' tr. \ W iuteni A V. - ( i ~;,urv, VVno'ej
I - « Htt. -HJi Krrucisco o S A all. *trt' !'rait,-.»e"
Mr Vi ro.snv, - iii \\ I'nd-rlul., Mont- *»ir
II M: or. la- .ma JNM- ,K .ney. Unr gtn
v\ - ; i- Aw, Pt G I II 1 hotnas, N Yakima
A\ U in'z, ' " A IV M '•_•!.er, < Uar Use
K.i'-ri' u*s. -sedro \\ Mavnarl, N- wprt K 1
I', i h >t< it it H*,s ne S, Yt'kims
Mr* Evart K child, B c IT Herald, Vaoouvr. ti <.
•li i v, .-Piuw od W Murdock, ,s>aua
• ■ I . .«jli:n-.:.. •>V w , .0 J.s 1. t tr, A her leetl
II ?• < i;::er, I.» »' inr.er
lViulons fs-r WaalilngtiMiiani.
*4Wis iTos Crrv, lan. i». 1 Special.]- Pen
sio:.» have • -.cox granted l.) residents 01 Na-h
ingt j-.i as to: lows:
0.-.g.iial .i.ihii Far'.ev Additional—l>aniel f«
! ie* » od, W.luautii 1' r an. Original w 11-
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v sas: pailoii *1 4,osuv«a*ss w u c*an..i
f j '" « p .is wt. e!;
drr r,>ni »r-' .I'lcfly oonnpi »d w::f. ru» :»rf
fur .f Vsgviabic. and <mt. lu sai si's.
I.CI. -ASAR 1 < AIID. ,-ARGF F.OIFJ, .0 .ROTS 1 e
»-*r- ■"• i*njaterfw«a and iia:t» ya» ttf gfc.jine
*>;< l t-y I cniatb dt C«wi I*, t»OS * runt St
raa.tis Hua
WANTED!
Who lias a ropy of tfu* SI N-
I)AV I'OST-1\ I'kLMGKNCKK.
•Itine -i*. *lM>. Fifty cents will
In* paid to tiie tirst person
l»ri iiiTinir a eopy to the business
oilice of this paper.
fflSI-INIiJUtiEXiER CO. i
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TO THE
CITY OF
SEATTLE
Have you seen it ? If
not take the Grant Street
Electric Railway and
look at it, and I am
sure you will buy. Con
tract to grade the streets
and lay sidewalks now
being let.
WILL
SELL
FOR
CASH
OR ON
INSTALLMENTS
Will lmild you a house.
No grade taxes, no elty
taxes, and a street rail
way at your door.
ONE YEAR'S
Free Transportation
T# HOME BCILDERS.
'
Title Perfect
IJ * I J*|A> SR ||
FRED E.
sun,
■ : ■
LESLER I VENUE AND CM
MERCIAL STRETL
i i_ : :
II < ) ) i'. { \
t> V V ☆ O-
N
i
NORTHERN
PACIFIC R.R.
Pul'man Sltrpln* Car*. Elegant Da* Coactaw
and finest Paiaca Did: a« Oars between Seattle. St
Tan! ar.d Cbicno without change. Connactlaai
lor ail pu.au m me United Slates aad Canada.
OFFICIAL TIME CARD
TAKING EFFECT NOV. Ist, 1892.
TRAINS LEAVE SEATTLE:
F«rSt. Pan! and East—lo: 25 p. ra.
Jor Spokane—3: JO p. m. and 10:25 p. m.
ror Portland auil SoJth —s:ls a. w., and 8:45
p. m.
Fir OlTßapia 6 15 a. m. and 8:15 a. a.
For Monte«act> and Ocosta—B:ls a. ;o.
For Tacouia—«»:ls. 8:15 a. in . 12 01 3:20, &0J
8:45 and 10:25 p. m.
For Snottuaiaie Fails and Nf»rtl» Band—9:l}
a. m.
For Furnas and Anacortes—9:ls a,. a.
For and UetcheU—9:ls a. in. aaj
4:35 p. ul.
TRAINS ASRtV* AT SKATTI.*.
From St. Paul and East—ll:23 p. ay
From Sp.Jtane-10:J5 a. m. and 11: Jsp. m.
From Portland and S>ouih-5:50 p. m. and 12:53
a. m.
From Olvmp'.a—6:so p a. and 8:45 p m.
Prom -Montesano and Ocos'a—s:So p. a.
From Tafoma— l2 .55. 8:45 and 10:35 a. ra..
2:00, 5:50, 8:15 an-l 11:25 p. ru.
From Snoqualmie Fails aad North Bead—s:23
p. m
From Siirrias and Ar.acorr**—s:2o p. m.
Krom 8aouooi!»ii at;d vietcne.i—lo:34 *. ra. and
5:20 p. a.
RAILROAD AND STEAMSHIP TICKETS TO
ALL POINTS IN THE WORLD.
PUGET SOUND & ALASKA DIVISION
VICTORIA KOITE.
STEAMSHIP "CITY OF KINGSTON."
(J:'«Oat!. Lv U • . ,;u' UMAIj 5:154M8
10:15 paiil.v Seattle ...) 82Lvi 3:ooam
1:30 pni! Lv "2 It. Towitaend 3811.v 11 45pm
4:3opm Ar 110 ....Vioiaria. Mijl.vj 8 Hopa
Meatners "City of Kmg*ton" and "C:ty u 1 Seat
tle" make connections at Fori Townsend for pas
sengers col:-£ from Heliingham bay points to Vic
toria and return.
WHATCOM ROUTE.
STEAMHHIP "CITY OF SEATTLE."
000 pic Lv i M i'. , tTacoma...; 132 *r aTTTiTi"
9 00pm I.v 28 ..Seattle ...llOOlLv 2:3opm
12 15am'I.v 72 Pf. Tc>wr.s«nd.! 59 Lv'U :30am
2:4 aamLv 11 1j... Ajiacoriea... ao.Lvj P:l»am
7:45 am Ar 129!. ..Kalrbaven ..: 3; t.v > S o.i mu
6:loam Ar 131 Sehom* ...I l'l.vj 7:3oam
aiu At .132 . Whatcom*.. MLLvi 0:00 am
JCiose connection with X. P. train trom Port
land and *»n Francisco.
Steamer* "City ©f Kingston" and "C'lty of S<»at
t'e" made eloje connections at the Taooma wharf
with train* to and fiuia Portland, und witb the
and west bonni overland trains.
FOIJT TOW'SSKXI) MAIL ROUTE.
t ;mi ]M i j "
11:00 an: l.v' VS:-....'Seattle SH'Arl 3:oopni
12:30am;I.v| .-><# . Port Madlsou.; 47 Lvi 2:loiiui
i-v! i'y ... 4 I I . v
3:00 ara l.v 49;. Port ». amble. i 2i l.v ! 1:00 am
4:ooam Lvi ;'ort Ludlow. 13 I-vUo:ooam
0:00 am Ar H3 iPt. fownsend l.v 8:00 am
*l>aliy except Sunday,
fl'aily except Saturday
Il>*Hy except Monday.
For rate*, routea and other Information call oa tr
address
A. D. CHARLTOX. Asat. o#x Pan. Agt.,
121 First st., "ortiaaJ. Or.
L A. SADRAU General Agent, Ctty Ticket rtfflce,
corner Yetier avanue and Commercial hired,
Heatila.
THE NORTHERN PACIFIC
steamship cms*
IN CONNECTION WITH
THE NORTHERN PACIFIC
RAILROAD COMPANY
The Shortest Kouie to
JAPAN AND CHINA
PROPOSED SAILING OF STEAMERS:
(Subject to Alteration )
\V ILL LKAVKT A ( 4 ( )M A
FLINTSIIIKK - !•>!». a, ! 8:t»
VKTOIIIA - - I'eh. SI. I8»:t
TACO.MA Mar. SI. 1 Sill
I 1.1 NTMHIUB - Apr. I «.
VICTOhIA- - - May 9, Is- 03
TACO.MA - - - June «. ISIKJ
The Stoaiiisliip FLINTSHIRE
Will l eave latuna <>: i the ltd i<f February, and
will carry passengers and freight at current ratss.
For freight or p»»iage apply to
DODWELL, C'AKMI'Ii * CO.,
(ieueral Agents, iacoma, or
I. A. NADKAII,
ilti.cikl Asfttt N. I". I*. H. <"o , Seattle.
j^AN'ADIAHI^S
THE RANANAN' PACIFIC RAILWAY COS
CAM* *32 J«PTA RAY »L M»II S:«»UI«U.I> LIU*
THE SHORT ROCT* TO JAPAN AXDCBINA
PROPOIED OF %T»»U?R« ►LOTWSEN VANCOUVER,
JJ C., YO<OTI»::.» »R. 1
< ■■•. R ■» V> SU) LOLIVL<LA»L PSAT9ON»'.IJPBU
FROM VANCOUVER:
'WPR»N OF JUPNO SOTTMLUT 13
OF ' HIT* DFCMTB. R 1 J
NPR*MOF LTD)* JSAWRY 9
11. ■"»»» IF J'T'IN FTNRIMRY F.
I |>FES» OF MFI» MM TI •
R.UIPTEII OF INILIN. .. „„APTU O
#3R FU!L LAFORUFTTION APPLY TO
OKO *F I. BROWN IJILIRICT J'AMONJSR A<«AI
V»NR«I«»F
II <* U.OIX.N A • ••AT, S;»RR HORI 3!O-». "I*-
MI •
JAPANESE STOKE
ST j
COLUMBIA
LATEST!
<T>..-«. P,imphi*tNfc.2.)'n
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CURE YOURSELF
l k .T- in r ' tt<- If 1 . I»' .- r —•*> 1 ti+i CCfC
s. iiifurrnik pr apt permanent • are f r U»r I HLt
»*!;!'« x rui. Miiiai a »■; siurl nis»w^,
■»«. Kn)k(Vnw«l «»rt*ln IMn < »:'6
t*iUUU e S X*rsk»U» itic4u
RAILWAYS.
Qoicjc tiki to sax rxAxaaoo
Asm! all points la
CALIFORNIA
▼to the ML Shasta root* of ItM
WUTuaa PACirrc comfaxt.
The oaiy ruate
TUOUOH CALIFORNIA
Te all points
BAST AND SOUTH.
**» scmtc aor-T« of t*« pacific win
■xssislo* tickets to L»s Anreies aad re lon fro*
Seattle. »07 .2*.
PULLMAN »uT?Er SLEEPER*
PULLMAN SECOND-CLASS SLEEPING CABS
Attached to express train*, affording superior ae
eoiamodaiioas for second c.as* p&ssengera
Far rales, ticket*. • efp.og car reservation*
etc., cail upoa or add re**
WOICAS A GRAHAM. Piatrict Paa*eager A|W\
PaolSo at* ( Washington block;, racoon
9. P ROGEBBI Assistant General Fr«Uht mms
Puma—» Aitav, For:,and. or.
QIIEAT NORTHERN RAILWAY LlNE—
beattle <£ Montana Ra:l*nr. Fairhaven it Southern
Railroad, New Westminster Jt southern
Railway.
TIME CARD IN EtFECT JULY 17. 1892,
TO AND FKHSI
Everett, Marysvilie, Stan wood, Mt. Vernon, Fair
haven, New Whatcom, Tiiaine a.id
South W estmlnsler.
Trains leave Seattle, passenger. 9:30 a. rn.
Mixed 7:85 p ra
Trains arrive Seattle, pass-uger 5:50 p. m.
Mixed 5.35 a. m.
Through car* between Seattle and South West
nimsier connecting with electric Hue lor Van
couver.
■T. S. WILSON. Agent.
a TEA HMK s.
F LT ON TIIK '-FLYER."
SEATTLE TO TACOMA
Id one hour and twenty-five mlnatea,
THK STEAMER "FLYER"
Hav!»* be»n rebuilt, 1* the finest pft««*njet
•'.earner on the Sound. Regular daily and Sunday
tripe, Seattle-i act)ma route, a-t follows:
taking K>-FKOT
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15.
Leave Seattle 9:30 a. m., 1:30 p. ra. and 8:00 p sk
lharp. Dally except Sunday,
Leave Tacoma 7:30 a. m,, 11:30 & m. and 3:30
pi m. sharp Dally except riuaday.
SUNDAY TRIPS:
Leave Tacoma 7 a. ta. aud 3 p tn. sharp.
Leave Seattle 9:30 a m. and d p. m. sharp
Landing at N. P. wharf, Tacoma, and Comaia
tlal dock, foot of Marion street, Seattle.
HW. RAKER <* CO.. BAKERS DOCK,
• foot of University street.
MERCHANTS" STEAMSHIP COMPACT.
ro* TLA St a (KATTLM, TAJiCOOVXB.
Flnt-class Steal Steamships
HAYTIAN REPUBLIC AND WILMINGTON,
Carrying freight and passengers, l»ara sr*-r tso
da**. For pasipnger and freight rata*, exact salt
tax ate., apply to
H. W. BAKER * CO, Agaata
JJACIFIC COAST STEAMSHIP COMPANY—
Dispatch steamers irom as follow*:
For San Francisco. Tia i'ort Townsend un I Vic
toria. at 5 tv m. (pa>wtiT'M received on board at A
p. m.> January 6, 13, 'JO. 27
hot Alaska, Janiia'y 7 and -1
J Krancl«co. for Vtctorlaand Puget Bound
poru, U9 & ul, January H. 13, <!0, 'J7.
Tickets amjf be obta neda; the oflice >f tbe coca
; aay, a: ocejk duck, *>eu.tle.
GO"D.4U PERKINS 1* ca,
General Acenis. Sen frattclsofe
r. rr. JOHNSON. P. I*. supt., t>e*ttie.
FAST TIME.
PORT OABDNER ROCTK.
STEAMER GREY MOUND
Leave* «eatt:e daily 7:30 a.m.
Arrive* averett ally tt.AO.tra.
lMvii Itverett d»Uv.. o ,if> a. in.
Arrive* Seattle daily V.' 04m.
Utvti ftoittit(Mtr ....12:1ft p. m.
Arrives Everett daily V:3op. m.
]«»VM tv«rtud»lly 'i:4op. ui.
Arrives Seattle daily 4 oOpi m.
1-eavet s«astl« > D .. fft 03 p. na.
Arrives Eve<-ett t ' J. J7:lSp tu.
Leaves Ev, rett f T7:*opm.
Arrives Seattle J Sunday \9 '0 p. ul
('oniiects with boat for Snohomish. Connects
with steamer Batley Gaixert for ! ac' ru v
Trips daily Including Suuday.
To tain effect Monday, rteptember ?9.
SEATTLE AM) TACOMA NAVIGATION COl
CLAUD TSol'P, IKAiNK W. UUOKUI K,
I'ru tM|.
fJ'VKRET I'-SEATTLK TAC'OMA ROUTE—
"j The new, fa*t an J commodious a.earner ' IT Y
OE AREROEKN. carrying pa-.sengtjrH an.l freight,
wi I ieav « <m the folliWiiiK schedule, daily, except
Sunday,commencing l-'rlday. aov. 'i >. Ihvj »-<»:ith
bound l eave Everett, 7 4Sa.rn : 'eave Muki.leot
8: 1<> a.m.; Iv t- diupnds. ain . arrive seatt'e. lu I a
K. in ; leave Seattle ltrSOa. in.: arrive Tacoma,
l'i.t' p. m. North heuo.l-l.eavo . acorn a. 1:40 p.
in., arrl'.e 3:3jp. m.; |.»vs s.-ut le. A: JO
p. m , leave Ettir.onds, £:4 op m., leave -i.ikiiteo,
f. m.; arrive Evere t, »> »5 p m. *-unlavs
i.ruve Everett 9 a. in. tietarning. leave Seattle
4:3 ' p in. I.andln(» Everett. Merchant*
Peattie, Kaker A t'.i » hock; I ncotna. I'. I»ork.
At tnta Merchant* l»o<'k Co., Everett. H W.
«t fo., Se atlf: t«'lrytionv'Vl4. J. E. Harmon,
Taooma; telepiione 45ti. '1 !£> )«. s. IKW,
Manager.
PORT ANOKLEH. PORT TOWN3KNO, DUN
geneas and peat.le route.
TIM* f»KD
l ast I'aaaen»rer 88.l Freight Propeller
MONTICELL >.
Commencing Tuevlay, Noveoih»r 1, lH.vj.
Leave* except Monday at follow*: Seattle.
7 a ni.; T .wi.atul 10.30; ar-»v«a Port Aiigei<-s
p. u. l.eave* Port Angeies '< m ; Port
Towasen t «:3t» p m.; arrive* Seattle 10 p. in.
Ijtn.Uuiis, Cltv l>oek, Seattle; Utibal'a Hock, Port
1 own tend; Mor»e • Dock. Port A os.:e»
UAlCli BKUIE
•IEAMFR TIME TABLE.
iT* iur. Ml&a.Ml'.K MULTNOMAH
P.una on tao loaow.:;g time c.ird. ilaily;
FAKE t'-> TAL'OMA, it' CENTS.
Ltivixi. j irtttnsa
't'.vrir>!a . '4O v m. facoma . St 40 a. m,
•j a<- nr.a 10:tl0a. n. Seat'ie IV t#o noon
-tattle 1 .00 p. it: iacoiua 3.0 ) p m.
lai'onia . . 3.33 p ru Oiyrapla. «:30 p 'U.
i ~: ting with b..atjfor Karu'lchle ar.J aael
lor:. C.tv Hock, foot »f ai'J street.
i APTAfN .. .Vii.i.KV Maater
pOKT ORC HARD
Navy Yard Route—Bremerton, P.'doey
at.d ■ narleston.
t>TliAliLK ELLIS
foot of V. asb:n*ton a'.reet dallv eicept
Miudav, at 3 "«j a rr. aaJ I 40 p in. The 8:lf>
r. tu. trip Include* head t»! Port Orchard Lnur
stoD parties a*i bea< on emu-lava
J A CONNER ROL'TE.
STEAMER EAIRHAVEN.
leaves f l'y Dcxk. Seattle, ;la;ly except s a tnr
at 9 p ru , for Kdwoud*. ' ..in >:. T i n..'p,
Pr wi « Point, I a'ip • I Coupevllle. -an de i u a
<>aall at ..or, t'Ua.aUy a-: i i aoonner P.eturt. i<
le:*v.» Lacuuuer 0 «. -u. |jr >e»ttj>-. corem* *em«
tvam. r. UREEN Mmk
L'VEKETT ANI> HNOHOJIL-SH JtOL'l E
STEAMER M V BEL
l eave* Yesler * «tt*rf Ttn *d*y* T, jrs !av* aid
.it irdat * at 7 a. ru ;-.r Fdui- ti l*. Mukliieo, i-*-
erett, Marysvtlle. lotset. and s..ohom *it
f'A It r. TO i V.KRi fT. 50c.
ro BNOnOMIHH, «0a
IJELLISOHAM LA IN*U'E liOfTE
-1)
Whatcom aid -tehc :te, I .i am:«'i. Alt
a ■ ri• ■» i" ida'.go t.'ity. I »a a<i, t >upe v't.te, Laujj
tey, A.intoß, Ek«r«u, EanaontAa
hiEa Mf tt Vt Asf y
leave* Hetf.e la do-k 1 u'sday*. T>.a-s<l*ys
a 1 -aiiir.iava at 7 o'. eca >* m. ih-i'tt for saiu
*1 L.;/ itcaet JiLca. OCA -<u-i aUeek
STK.4 «ri».
gEATTLE, TACOM.I A VA.VCOCVEB UN 9%
The new steamer,
"ISLAND BKLLTS,*
Will, on and after December leave *very SfeV
day and Thursday fur
Fort Towunl,
Ana'ortet, ,
JTilrbtrti,
JSew whateom,
Kiaine anl
Vancouver, R.
At 2:00 p to.
For *re*eht aal p*s*»nc*r rar»s apply '« «<-bw»
bacher's deck. Telephone No. li L
& P. LKTr*, Vtrtftr.
picirio NAVIGATION CO.—
tTtmrr *s» Snohomish ROTT*
91EAMJ.il fa AGIT CHIEF
Leaves Sev.t> rtniijr „• p. m. for Everel%
•"■"iiohoiuija aii'! a.l w*y points.
T »a*e« S-att!»« fn r Tdt .v,, a dailr at 10*0 a. m.
; J
no K«.
'pHE QUARAXTKK LOAN VXD TRUST CO.-
Incorporated 18S7. Capital, $203.009.
P.aiiey Bulidins, Corner of Secoud and Cherry*
Transac:* a ceneral lunklnt busluM*.
SAVINGS PFPABTUEST.
Deposits f-iai* amount frem oa» de'.le?
upward* and lnu»r-<; allowed thereoa.
Mo.'.ey loar.ed ipo:i :mproved
fe;m aud city real eel ate.
TRUSTEES:
r.FTfiR R J. RUNT PreeUent
WILLIAM V. BAILi-.Y Vice-President
U. H. HKILBKoN ...Manager
l>. N. BAXTER Ca*hfoe
K H. BOWNIMI Secretary
COLUMBCS T. TVI.KH. J. I>. I."WM VN, S. U
WOMAN'S. WM. li. Pis II EH
THK PI'GET SOUND N A TiUN AL BANK. Of
Seattle.
Paid up capital. tJO9 OOt
*urpiu* 3o|o«#
ftny and se:i flnretjfn and dsmeitle
tran«f>r money hy >ie*rapi» to ail cttius In :aJ
la:l " 1 Slat#* and hm im;
mouey *ud MUS put book* or eerilflaatee titer*.
•<>r Our for *r#
p»*t« and wtli r*w«lve i>r*>nj t au«mloa.
DIBBCTOM:
B GAT7FRT. PmifdMt
? &i% WART - vi^rSSSZ!
j* rinj n i'»h uii
I. A J. HI ST, s. t
CO it R K« M N 1> KN* T« :
London, N. M. Kotli«<*hlM & Son#; rtrli. 9%
Rntli*efcil« Frerf*: K*aakfort A M., L. Voa
Mnjjsr A i o.; ,\f» Yur». a*-ncy of Bank of Call.
f»rnsa: Cktct{A, i ommeivt&l National rank:
ruston, SL'tfc.i N atonal bauk; Mau Krauclaoo!
Tue Raux of Cahforuia; Portlaad, Ttaa i\m
J»a »»fti Hank.
JJCXTIB HORTOS <K COW BASUU*
INCORPORATED lilt
PapttaL f*»rO(«f
tarp as
Prn!il»st W. & LAOOk
Vlaa-PreaMeat A. A. DBJfNY.
Man*«t-r 5 ||. LAT.'Mlt*.
Ca&lilhr. F. R. fA.N TCI VI»
bight eteharige and taleifmpalc «ra*(fera <>a !*•»
York, t bU'»£o. St fan;. -»n ► raticKw, Faff*
1 fciiU »«'l various pointa in A'MW
lugtoii, v laion and UrltUfe
Columbia,
S'f*» tiu* Mfarfa*ou Lpa«aa (vMllUlllMi
ILtr* In Kur.'p*
< o!!€>ctlors iuad« at ai> point* on faToratelalaraM
Bunds, Bt.nß* und ot&er vinuaMe* re»«ir*d oa 4+
■wit for *Hft keeping.
'J'UIcriRST NATIONAL BASK OJT BKATTLB
!'»!d op capital..... 91KMW9
eurp'.'Ja,.... 150.00#
I H. MOmw Preatdeat
Maraioa M'Mic*a* vloa Praacdeat
LUTSK lunula .castier
Oer«ral banking btulneM transacted,
Hffet and telegraphic exahang* payable la aU tkt
pnoclpal cttlas of !h« t oiled 3tatea
AND LUTUUA
PEOPLE'S RANK. OOCIDHNTAJ
bl ck. atue. \\ >'!un< .)n Ca, ltfil, gJOOOJ®
Officera - Hoar i of Trustee* - Uatacrt
I're* deut; Jacob Mirth Vk"* PrsiUaui; A rtf\ul
A l»u« r, J-Suo-id Vi.v Pre»t,leot: U<a*i H. Itif
»u»ter. t'Miner and Herniary; Eraak I.
K'lxißrtt. A>«.at*n: t itefcler; L. sehwafcachar J.J» t
Laary, V. in. r. B.uley. J#ht» Colllus mio Utusk*
Vtansa. t-a bank busiaese ext<to»iT»lT,
Deposits received from one dol ar to ten thousand
doll»-a. Mx par cent per annual aUuwej
on tertu audi oar per ,■»!,. on oriiuarv .lep.«Ha,
LiT'dend* declared tbe u»t tiny of May and No
vember Loam made on real eata;* or aparoveJ
collaterals o;ily.
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RANKING BUSINKM
With UA
iccßrn A TTB' NATION AX. BARK
deslrna'el FINANCIAIi AOIXTof '<&•
Vnttad Htatea Ik Seattle^
Ul'' BRITISH COLUMBIA—
I'All> I P CAMTAI $3 000,000
RESERVE 1,23J,00#
HfiM ' ftlco. tit) I. tnba'd streer. Loudea.
Hranche* Portland. San E anct»co. HeatUe. IV
ceuta. Viciarla. New Westutl:i»ter, Nauaitaow
Kautioopa, Netnon. VancouTer, iJ. O.
A <teneral Rmtkimf a:id Exctiange liualnesa
tiansaeteit. Loans male. Hllu dlecooßted. Cora
mere a: ire lit* ariuited. I'*i> >nlts received on Citp
rent account sutiiH 't !<» check Inieieat paid on
tme depoaita. tl. I. A JtAßN'it.-S, Manager.
RATIONAL BANK ur COUMKKC*
Coraar Lemmercial acl Veaier Aveuua
Paid oplapltat *....9309.099
Transact! a lenaral hanking baslaaea
R. HOT-YOKU .....PretldeiM
M. U BAf.I.ARD Vice-Praallenl
U. K. «PEMt IK. Caehlar
nrii£i.NoioN IOAN a*D TKunr ca
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MOtlT-.AUE I^ANK,
"•ftir'tles approved bere. N« dtlar
Branch otUce -t.olu.au block, Hcat'.tA Or««i|
ioor. ciam entrance.
UKOKOE FOWUR, Maoagat
Uorce office— Wa !a Waila. Wa»h
>'att»rn oft'cea- •' 45 Wail ■M"**'- W « w Yorfc
Intern on.ott-- i Water atraet. Iloston.
K. W. WHK'ULS, RKK » B> 111, CAIA
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TUE COMMERCIAL NATIONAL BANK OF
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Corner *e:-oart ani «t'»e!e "cattle. Walk
CATTLE NATIONAL BASH,
Coruer Ve»Ur auc Houth «km 4
CAPITAL, PAID t;r. $■£50.000.99L
Traaaacts a general batia'sg b'i»:Qeaa *lLfe ipeaHi
a:c<tt>U(iti to coUecUana
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