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THE DAILY INTELLIGENCER.
VOI.. I
PROFESSION" A I. «."AKI>-
I. r, hiv<". * *• """ *' xr>
DEWtISON & 81ANCHAR0,
ATIOHNKV-AT-LAW AND
Proctor* in At! mi rait).
8 *"0 itf n T'«rw*»i< *•»" '" *' " T; r ~ l
D P. JENKINS,
SEATTLE. W. T .
A TTOfiSK Y-A 7 /.1 W. >ol.lCll f th
/A CJIA S( 'Kit Y, ASH J'JiOi TOk
IS AItMIHA I. IY » ,)21
iutmM tUMMfc " * H * lX "
MrNM'HHT 4 IIA 1.1.1 11,
Attorneys & Counsellors al L?i,
PORT TOWNSEHD. W. T
W. It. ANDUKWS,
attorney-atlaw,
W.ll i>rfc.t.w» in »u <" irtM r fl" . i tu*
Trrriltrjf
or*|. * m iicrf.Kß • 0< li.i'ifcn, >rro ri «v. i
KRjrrAi ■!>* m«. » r
C M.BRADSHAW,
.itto r h ry-at- ir,
TORT TO W N'HKNI), W. T.
JuH* 1. MoUU.VBa. r«<»
MrUIAKV k IHRkK.
ATTORN KYS-AT-1* AW,
SKATTLK. W / .
Will ttt'ud *" In alt * < t tTt
nv-ry.
<1 «' M II
Itidrii I *U<ru«> |
i.i lnalrii-t, W.T.I
M'CONAHA & HANFORD,
§ttor*ey*~ut - solicitor*
IN # honrrri/ aw l f hrortor*
in .itttniralty.
Okki«'k (!oiutu« r< ia! Street, eorin-r
Washington, Suttle, W. T'.
D. S. SMITH,
I'. S. Com in iwiotitr, Jtislir< % of
Iko IVrtfemid Notary l*n!»lir.
i«U><'ti«ns • «i si! s»u »* un«!' rli'l
I'n.U aiii) i>tl»«f tli»»ii »nl \ kit' *1
» iMiutiil* at kKMii »r> nifti
t*»»t< i 'f Thlf'l »'»<! H.-!,. a pit -«ta f
lah
DR. FRED. ;W. SPARLING.
Lata tf th« IJ. S. Army )
FfltWlXr *
Ot Mt'KoN OUMUCttOIaL arftFTT. HIMKIK# <
Huirni or crrv BOKITTAI.,
J. S. MAGGS,
Dontlst,
OF KICK, MILL STKKKT,
#»<r Ha-I tU aliil llarii»«« Ht.-rf. I \sT OF (>('•
CIDDITII. UOTfct. TJH
DENTISTRY.
l»n J <• IU NTI r. OF
v
iii t <n t ..iniii. r. itl »trr« t M I » »rk
(iiaruilrftj. ttJ
HENRY E. HATHAWAY,
(•( >1 ,LK< I t >ll,
II Ais net i.AH arrkN rioN t»i\ f s TO COL.
Irttluu i'f J»l>la Tan a f- rN »u lir«
Uaita lit* of t'liai>;«'
om.a with w M. YOUK. Atl..rtir) a( IJ»w.
h. tu , V i asSMf.
I»R. 11.11.C0M IIOKI S IX,
Physician. Snraeon and Acconcheur
Oiticc at vh ('/<(> ry S,'rt,\ *-
ttTftn Pivnt <tnd »S. i.«/ .Vive/*,
SK A TTL E, W. T.
DRS. A. I H. B. BA6LEY,
Homtropnt hints*
SEATTLE, W T
I vtt II II It At 11 FY, t.\rr I'llol'l N.HOK OK
I " t*na<-ipl** »»•! I'r»« ti* f t.f t» ti «*
Mwtogan lYutral V..11«al t-!1«>• will mat'
Oj* ratur Surii a r; an I lkir|l(al i« ?
\y *itd «11l att> »kI to valU tu at.; i'*it I tl.»
H>iuh4. Jli
DR. G. A. WEED,
SIHUF.ON AMI PHYSICIAN,
&KATTLK. NN f.
4tnu UtNiit'Sr. Jo'* Uat
McNAUOHT sV LEA BY,
ATTOnirxn AT LAW S
/oasts ( HA yrsin neu -
rons IX AIhViKAU 1.
Will |rttli • tu UM I'latu t aitvl S.ijttu.r
C iirta.
Mr. »iil t;i*v njit sal att<titt<>ii t. t»•!
I<stl 't<.a (\«trttll> lug %«' »•*. t tl * ; nr« l.*»f
fcmt ««> of K. ai l i.Uk.
J«ty tltfti. lifS. jyi'»
UK. JOHN BAKER,
fMIMCW.!' A MIIMO.I - .
Rounder CN ru*t Tlilrvt *»d !•; rlut *lr»>« l»
stai.rt, i » *o»rt> TUB
l'*vk
SI- \ I | | |
BB 00M FACTOKI'
ISAAC CHILBKBG, Proprietor
Ckikl.UY STTUKirr •MrNx,'*l M \Tn,e
U.-> «ik* k< (i lutoUatiT t<r. UaJ
Ur tc ! brwaa* in.'.t t»
•rdar k> umii ptfvkMrrt
>l«4 RfUolV* v»r l'P«v>}ii# 4T* Ki*»U- « tilt h
W 1 lh# t *»l f U<« kltui* i .-..J*. *!«•'. *>:<!
«feU-b Wilt b« ki|J l.y «ttv wt»s« »l Sat; I
ITtiv*. ifi t t by r*Uli |l x«U,» frsivf
Ata», Wisi"* ANT CUtLI KT-N >
U> wi* p*rt vl / a* city wttii
uot ttUlll.ilMl fW^r
Jv*r fnver f.r lb# VattW t> » n-
A|fti U. I»T4.
OBOEGB ELIOT'S APPKAR
AKC'E O'D MANXES.
A «ilifht. urrwmi, oC middle height,
%• • t, 'i» f * «* t , & {:•»
■om what ! ••h< « •".erv tV«%tnr«
• 11* of tnil pow*>r, light* d T
th< • rp* ' t J ijr 'A changing fxpr*,*-
. : R v . t;, •' BfßMtllrtic COO
• i*< *l, r - v i r f 1« f grave
awrrto %*, umft/rmlj womanly, which
pro< «ta>v ♦ i-?j»th i S »h r.'«re*t
• Jif» :n ordinary at 5 r s *r« tiriu;:*
.1' 1 ■>; CObTuflV-t -It w * . id*
it-!'if a* r»adi;y to topi.- trivial a* t »
* |»rt»fouo«l. *•»'! vh'.« !» i* tu'i ol a
l.itmiif « . \tnb'f I *r» b«.r —
tii*t i« r» - J « Ui' i D»r<a«ui by it
t vt-r pf -
»»'I imrw rf.-rt »k< th *>t • • Kl. t.
w !»{«• ii. *) *>' * *-n wh« :* "5 »• ■!
with li* r Saijsl iy r< -ptsons in h» r
}.!• .t . ' h " i !i'"» ' f'» r W l'»r
fT< m «trnt «f IT| h<-»:ltl. •' ftrrl* tfc ''f-
Uir| af fiUlhor>hi|* «> *< lh« m
!• r#*t.*vlii. It t»k"t> in thi 'lfrf'loi)
»!»<| th d- t inr • ? ? n «»< »tu o->
of h' r fimtn, u*li•» niiL'h' t> tter <!«'-
•k ri r I th«* nrr*U/iti'»M<» fr »in h.-r
r. u ji kiiawi> a: I « *p«'ri
i« « > |'»mfully nn<l
! t p, th tt »h< »■> to the of
.iiij» \< ry g ri« r»iijr <»r v. rv much into
• » ho th-ir nigtily <i<>»"* »h«* thi*;k
o!»* h« r 1> • k>. J" the structure ■ t
lit r •« nt« :A < , l* f -re »ho commences to
wntr thfin, that, uiilikt liukcts,
thoofb hk* Thackeray, tor MOMcript
-< .t• «1 y »tt t raturt* rit b\ t.
ENGLISH LAND OWNERS.
W lintevt r et»e is uncertain abotit the
po-iti' :i i f
fat t carta!n . Btr< n bontlrad and ten j
indtv; 1 :«1 (jw.i iiixrethan i f rth of
tie #• >il • f Knglartd tnd Wales, exebi-ive
of lak-i, r>>ad , riv r-«, l.ond in, wrote
«j vet «t nnd < rown proper' v, and within
a fraction of m f <urth of the entire o, o- j
graphical aria of the country. And
thotp seven hundred ami ten own also,
mum d• atel\ or in reversion, one seventh
of the entire rental of the kingdom - a
projHirtion which if Ijondon could be;
wwitld be very gri atly in
ere;t>©d. Tkk ext lu*ive, b. it
bert d <>f altno-it nil mineral property, j
w hit it in t « n htm betl ami . ntv
tlir<e u:% tut T*ttd to the por
Mr I'.i.- .t h undoubtedly hi ng
i i .-ii-'Vini; that Hn^!i»hm* n have !»■ t n
divurc<d from the -. iI, for i million
lieMtig of :»iniltt s ar<- freM holder ;
< oo own UK If I tit an o|,t> rtcre, ft!:d ! J.'HMI
j•"-1 - % illor' 111 •* 11 1 1 M > at i. -; I >ut ha . s
a* undouhtedlv ri:,'bt in believt r that |
a m.'tt limited - j
b-s-i than the etingregHtloil of ail ordt- J
nat y V% ■ t lie! ch ipel ole i s»' littlt#
nit re thsn half, ft r e\ftnij>|e, \!r. llawt is"
au*liiMMa i'ii a fuU tlay ;-lewW alius ♦
hundretl than the Members of Parlia
luout in Ixitli II use« hi Id -till an
cnori ious t- riitural and political intlu
•lice. Thev own it for, rth tif tho King
dom more, pr-iUtblv, than th«» sann
cist* i*>»so-.*. »iu any country in Europe,
unb it be Hungary < r Hohcnii *
/ ml' .» <] trf,tt>>r.
THE GOLD FIELD OF AUS
TRALA.
The tfj.it of the registrars
altd surve) is of Australia foi th#tpi .r
--tt»r eliding a Ist of I K*Ceol bt T. I"s7.\
have IK-CII puliiUhed I'r in inf •rma
tlon obttiiuoi), by the fgiatiT* Slid stir
ve\o ss, tlit* tctal tpuntity tf gold oh
tallied during th« tpuitcr was csti
in it.tj at ounc«»s, 2 p- nny
height*. 15 grains, "f which llO,.*»fit>
ourii oa, IH pennyweiirhts, 23(rumi were
•tl In vial, and 176,5<>1 ounces, 3 penny
weights, l«» grsuta quart/ g >ld.
fhc amount ex|Kirttd through
the customs Has tatnees
J jiennywughts, and thu quantity
of Victoria netivtil at the
IJoyal Mutt, Melbourne, wts 1 |H.C».*i 1.
IS ounces The aitiuiuttil number of
min«; - work during tho quarter was
II TIT, t f whom lo.'.HWi Kutopeans and
I 1.1 la Chinese were engriged in al
luvial mining. I l.'HiO I'.uropt «n> and
1.5.5 Chinese in quartz mining. Tha
minars were distiibutcd in the
M\ i ral ilistilcts into which Jjthe
cohmy it divided m the followirg
pr | t»rti. i-• Haltarat, '\3lS ; lleencii
w rth, a. s Sandlturst, T,n-V.»|
M.»t )U i < ugh. 7, s IT Costleinattie, «>.-
Ila Arai *t. 3,1 ttl ; < iipp I. n.d, 3,
Ihe approximate value of all that
mining plsnt was C*2. ':; ?,•*_*** The
nutulvr of Stuart's null's «*f aunfer as
j;i und actually w ik d up n \ »' 1,-
and tint uuaibtr of distinct «piart«
na>ft actually r«>vid t > nuril". r«. tt« 3.
ITU.
Kit MINI* kniFs oi M .* mum:
S lit h/ - She <*tuo to \\ a*hii>gto*> ■*
«tn jji r, »: ; J »f r« ifcjju r ' . 1;: gin -•
kwnly bow diftkult i } i i;uv *!;<» m»r»t
t;!l ; but <b» w n her ov. n *v »>
to 111- i>t«eUl a- i the let>der«.'»t
1- ve IK r cardial t;r.te.- « I luir.tu r w,i4
Tuty iwnftHttbl*, fv r with bet iMkn
g *l.l V of . Lvtilt ,*! . -11. :i s» wartu
i. of lla- hand, tk.-%t ;t? >»-d her at
o:,«v. On coining »*av. the *ir»t tiute
I v«n h« r >t*ndii in h.« own j ,»r. >t*
to twi'ivi' (■• r_■ »•>. i «•*]»»♦ m\
to* fn« lid "Ah *i; I -he
*' vou ought to go there win is tiu Sen
ator i» ~th *inc II *.!•> t hi* j mo
b • rapture of happuu *> , Mr*. 6Awt
h.i» I it; io Cat I ou hi r knee ; lit* daugh
ter ui g« to h< r t»!her > a c rnj mi
nunt and ;h *<«•»• i« the (riluM.ja
of our I»'t fancies it* |h ! fe« t hotiMl
life Wlnti Mr Sohnr* <i* hreml th.tt
wonderful »|nwh on the I* ui«iana
vtn.iung uiav« r»ai admiration,
Mr» Schurx *a- »upr*u»< It happy
It wa» to amazing that a forvigucr
r* aid *o couuuai.d tht . <e»t r «ourv» •» of
our difti. ult tongue, using the accu
rately gra. eful fxprvnuwi U> clothe
t..# btifliantey thoughtful Argument
that he! iu» all rntr&nct-d One day
Mr». Sliars came to -<-e me. to thank
me 1 hid e tupluuenUd her
hu*band. She told aii) of their early
t'ruggl«« ;
of her gUdneat w heti L«r
t %rl 4 atulit) \» aa xi cvguiii d ; of hi>
unwavering attachment* t«> repul Ucan
j trscij ,e«. fh« truth .Vid «U)o*ritT.
SEATTLE. WASHINGTON TERRITORY, TJ ESI)AY. JENE 13. 1^76.
» i u--*iiiU ti« u»r» ti.; 1 bcth ;r
*- %ht r«l»l tar <rf th" ;%T »h<en t:.->
s- v :♦ i. • g h-r ! . 1 -
car- r it: ttol frltin***'!! Ml If
] f i« if I t-. .»• g • n: . if
i tfc k t.l Jl] Mfr >!U t Jt-k
• >a* *y, h« u «?«i !i s c by hi>
* 1 ,!if I kn«*w \ •«' h n bf "it
li' . rt h Jjftt.fr.
i WIL \m ISE A fIKLEL I'XTiL I
; Ut." —Fb r a frk > f Mr. M xly
in A' n 'u»*4.
ilrn* t*»i k Wli'-a hr first b< h-ti i
u.t» hb oj n-air m etini»s the r.- gro«•,
nitnglfJ - > vntU tho
tu li* n<f iH'Cume «li-.ssjr«t..i'*>l« to
tfit- <i •! i<!ivi f- nc«» wakput
up. Mr M » ly dt«i not 11k and
«• 1 <if rt. wh'TS frt"- of th* r»*»?r-»4
.t forui d biin th.it it v.** imj>os.|Me
fur tha blacks an<) wfcit. 4 t > mingle,
. s in i r !i*.'i<" •.« !»«'♦•»ing Mr M «iv
th. n • »i-i •* 1 * ><»« Ijav nt fbr>£. t
y r !h »n» :: g- yi t* ' \
ill'! th" n ! ii-•!< r • I im pr« 'id of my
•• !;• ? litijf* ! w»l! Ik- a r»d» !
until 1 «i»« A c -rrt n i«.i»t f tii«
\* t -a' ' l 1, i ' t\ !.-<•! lhf 1 th«
in td« nt, and «»j* it In im.-* known
" Mr ,Mo >«iy will h.ive very ?tv to h tr
hiui »mo;ig tbc wbit«»."
lit'DTiltA*s ( OUMASDMKXT- Ity
ovtwiim antf«r; by kjool,
« \ il; !-y li'»• raiity. jjjrci< 1; by opcn;:».>*s
itid truth, disscmblii nmi t"il4<*bfo«!.
SjM tkth tn.it!!. yi'dd not to ang**r ;
wh 'ii nske 1, of tli-i little thou
Iritt by tli* *<• thr. »* •?< ]>■< th u -lialt go
n»-ar tho
11 u t-vil-do r in iri sin thi» world,
a!: t lie -drill mourn in the m xt; in !»oth
w rids li ti he -orrow*. He grieve*, he
m t>.run ntrd, -.oviiig th* evil of hi*
<1 ed
Tli" virtuous man r< j >ices in this
world, and he »hall rej< i< «in tho nu\t ;
in loth world* ha«< he joy Hr rejoices,
li-- > xultf«, set the purity of lii^tieed.
A in in >loutbful, saying many good
things !>iit not doing them, h lik« a
h< rdsman (H 'O'tii » tin kino of others,
but ownint; none.
DF.HPOXDK.V V What has any
jM-r« >n endowed with an ordinary share
of intellect, and Mi «s. tl with > respecta
ble <*hare id health, to dosiioud r
What l- tin cause of dt>si»ondct<cy 'i
What tin' meaning of it ' The oni-e
is a Weak mind, and the meaning is fin.
l'r.tyi i* net lu-Vt r intended that one of
Hi- cr«' .turtti should Im* the vie tint of a
d< sire to feel and look the »»m of a
thunder <lt lid. NcVer ■ 1 -H|» »;» !. fl'itT.'l
ly ri adur, K>r one of tin rirst entrain*'*
of \ tee t » the In-art i made through
the instrumentality of despondency.
Although wc cannot expect alt our days
«*.»! li nirs TO IK- gilded in »un*!tine, wo
must not, tor mere momentary griffs,
Ut*y aru H
in tin* midst of misery, or clouded I »y
t!.< opacity of sorrow a» 1 misfortune.
{ tT " A terrible temptntion" in real
lilt lifts lift n !>i -ught t't light in thu
recent 1;!»el suit of l>r Camp against
the Troy limf'jft According to the
testimony of a Mr. Ooddard, of
Albany, I>r Camp procured a young
infant f r her from the couaty house,
some time ago, at a co-t of and she
g«>t h> r hit-!-and. who had been a trav
< ling nmsi ian with Sheridan a Mat k">
min-tr> ls. to believe it wa* his own
offspring. The woman was childless,
and took this means o! retaining the
regard of her husband. The decep
tion worked w< 11 until l>r Camp, in
an • ffort to control the woman's actions
in reference to the libel suit, informed
the husband of. the true -tate of affair-.
Ax F.nglishman visiting Sweden
ii*-tit tng their eare for neglected chil
dren, who aie taken front the streets
»M 1 highways ami placed in special
sckotds, inquired if it not eostlv.
lie ro • ivetl the suggestive answer.
" \ <•<«, it is costly. but nit dear. Wo
Swedes are not rich t uough to let a
f hild w up in ignorance, misery
and eiimw, t«» la* oiuc afterwards it
# >urg to «.* iety, is well as 4 disgrace
to himself. "
tt r A couple recently got married at
\V» i»tmi«stt r, Ontario, and then dis
< vei d they uep st,ji brother and
«i-!ir; t!.' ir father ».i> twin married,
but the man hlt hotn> l«ctV»re his
mother's d nth, m l never saw the
daughter of the >etond wife till he
courted her At last ao'>unt- they
ha in't cm.vault I what to do about it.
Thk N V. /?,'.. (• says: Waching*
ton Territory contributes t!i« tallest
*v In at and oats in the Centennial build
ing, at. 1 California shows soiue vege
table prodigies of ractiuionstrasitiis of
breathing bulbs «t:;J clubs.
iitfc. Sail l.ak<- it '. says lite
ttai ,» t- und Hast i vir the I'tii •: I'a
ctfli are crowded *;th j • ,s- :u<:s fi.m
( liina, Japan. Australia, tin i'lit iiic is
for tlf grtat show nt I'hilailslphia.
PAINT SHOr & STORE
by
C . OH II KM AX.
Milt i •. Mt<> Ocei<l«bU!
>KATT!b:, ir. r.
CARRIAGE, SIGN, AND
ORISr AM E NTAL
PAINTINO.
A /jSO
HOI HK IMI\TI\^.
\t »U rt n IK« *->t fr-A.*'r*tm».
nB.G.V.€4LHOI\,
Soattlo, w . T.
th* Irmxiaa^c*a orrsw
MISCELLANEOUS
mm IAIM,
SEATTLE. W. T.,
w m. Prop'r.
MANL'FACTTEfc* AJ.I KINI>« of
Hlii|»:iud Soft Itroad
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rivsic,
lifts TO\,
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ciiAciiioris,
Caltos, ct»c., d?c.
<>ra«rs fillctl t > PAKTS UF li,e SOt Nl> at
.SIIUIiT NOTICE.
VESSELS FURNISHED
with
/v V 7 n-Dri C( / I Use ft its
Ou i j'i»lu»tu-D, fv»r
lA>\U Si fc a Voya«ft fc H.
( iT I'rices moderate.
IV. 11. PUMPIIREV,
Srrrrrsso?' to
PUMPHREY
—YOUNG.
Jiookocllci nnil
Stationer,
SEATTIiE, W. T,
fflrll'S ACADEMY
For Young tsttrtics,
llujiiholrit Street, Victoria.
Thi« r*Ut>liftliUHht i» i<l>a«antly «Huat<-l on »
high an.l healthy lih ktii<n, lij *j'*-
Ci u* j>lay gro;m,U, who h aff.tfi! the young laities
the futility of i l. a.saut walks anl iim ful Ihklilv
eaercine.
The j/lma of • .In ati n embrace* every mean
rv<jUiaiUi f. r training young la<!k* in virtue,
Mtil In the kit * of thoft* bmijchen of wi
eiico becotnlnK to their #ex.
IWld«n the tuual literary course of atudi**
(ilatn a!! klinU of useful and orntnienta t
nr«illr » >rk. ai.il every variety of fjuny w-rk are
taught fre<> of chtrg*.
DiffePMje* of reltfitoa t« no i b-ta< k t>> felno.--
•t<>D into the Institution.
TKK M S :
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Wwbing. ni«)
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ISOAIU> AND TITHON
c*ji b* obt*iu*»! t r
Two Vim up; Ijailie*
* iiirtrn ti a !n
FrencL German, & Eofilish Stadies
t - Mils OITTEXEERO.
SAMUEL KENNEY,
Jlerrliaiif Tailor
Hu j » n<* khl oh ;• v
STCX K ( >F GOODS
F r l&J Suit;ni*-r wr»r.
FASHIONABLE SUITS
t >r*W.
(•aiMtrrlil itmt, fltMll*, W T
ML-: EL I ANEOUS
HOI. MS i CLOSE.
tuportrn of «utl Do*l«r» In
FURNITURE
.m m BB
UPHOLSTERY GOODS,
COMMERCIAL STREET. SEATTLE.
Their Immense Sto:k Contain?
Parlor Sets,
Of C»vr:i.*a Tapestry &iul U*;r Cloth
Bed-Boom Sets
j feo ij
j w w
OFULAi'K W A I.N I T AND WHITE ASH. triumuxl
With M»t k walu.it.
Sofas & Louies,
OF HAIR CLOTH and TAPESTRY
Bureaus,
Contor-Talolos,
Oliairs,
Curtains,
Picture Frame
Mouldlnss, ot
CROQUET" SETS.
Coffins, Burial Cases, Caskets, &c.
• Ml >♦<►»!ln pnrcliwnl at this r-staMisliniriit,
%U. tx- deliveml free iu aii) i-art of tho city.
Seattle. July Ultli. 1573.
w a 2An?nr:ii a<:
unit,
M. R. MADDOCKS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Dealer in Drills, Patent Medi
eiues, Chemicals, \e., &e.
I» It ESC ItIPTI ox n
CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED.
A IJSO ,
Dealer ill Wines, Liquors, Arc.
ORDERS FROM ABROAD SOLICITED.
M. R. MADDOCKS.
Seattle, January 3, K4.
MOORH & CO.
dealers in
Fi ( c»li ami Sailtctl
MEATS
aii-1 ;t gi iu ral assortment t-f
Cj* « C* <M* i
Also, the be«t brand* of
ritJAKS AND TOIUCVOS.
C'..r. f T'hijil & Union Streets, Seattle.
SKATTI.K NURSKRY
One milt' oast from Yeslor s
wharf. «>n tho >tatrc road
to
Lako Washington.
Fruit Trees,
SHRUBBERY
VXD...
Choice Plants
.
mm
.1 L.iO
A f»» kt» f D«.hllk bn!b«, *Ti!C»bb«€«,
Cftnltflowet x>UiU, for «&je by
C. W. LAWTOJf. Proprirtor.
.MISCELLANEOUS
Seattle Planing Mills
U. W. NTETSON,
SASH,DOORS
RLIXDS, FRAMES. SHUTTERS. AN'D WOOD FINISH!
of every desoript ion.
s'KASOXKD LUMBER OF ALL KIXDS COXSTAXTLY OX NAXIh
rttn GROUND
.// our (iKfS'l MILL, at Reasonable Bates,
.W. T , Fe-b 1?. JST<?.
BOOK k STATIONERY STORE
lOM L. JANIESON
(Nt-xt d«.*or to ychwal»acher llroji. »fe Co.)
COMMERCIAL STREET, SEATTLE. W. T.
SCHOOL AND MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS
STATIONERY, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, ALBUMS
• ■ •*»•>• » fittMMla.
Till: CHOICEST Clowns AXI) TOBACCOS.
Subscriptions solicited for S. F. and Eastern Periodicals.
SEATTLE II IK Ell V
AND
PROVISION STORE
Mill Klrcol, Hrnltle. W. T.
L. REINIG, Frop'r,
MANUFACTURES
Bread, Cakes and Pastry
OF ALL KINP9 :
Deals in GRAIN, FLOUR, GROCE
RIES nn<l PROVISIONS, of the best
quality. Receives OREGON PRODI'CB
by every steamer. Keeps FRUITS,
PASTRiES, CANDIES ami CONFEC
TIONERIES, prepaml in the neat
est style.
Also, TOBACCO anil CIGARS,
ty Prices moderate. Articles deliv
©red at private houses in Suattle.
Orders fllhd to all parts of the
Sou ml. b2O
■€ jk ■ fjt, mm nr
AND
lluttiiiCH*
Messrs. McCal lister A: Met'arty
OWNERS OF
lUrgc Champion
I f ATK ERECTED A. WARKHOT'HK ONTONK S
I 1 \ Hummtt' a Wharf, in tliia City, ahi r< they
will Whol»-Hale and R< t*ll
All Kinds of Produce !
Klmir and Feed, Hay and (irnir, Vegetable*
Fruit, I'blckeus, etc.
BhO* Terms Stririty Cash.
For Sale.
20 TOMS OAT HAY.
Fifty Thousand
Oak Hoops,
At
Chehalis, Lewis Co., W. T M
On the S. P. It. R . or dt-lirer»l
at XKW TAiOMA
A>lJrcM
c j. non iK,
June Ist, 1 HTTt. Cbtbaiie.
THOMAS JACKSON.
Ti*- j- palar pr<>prl<-t .r< f theidd !i!ak«!y Hotel
t< r j far-. iihf u. v< 11 tL;» city. sr. 1 ha* oj»«-ned
\Um old
UNITED STATES
HOTEL.
Aa a
First -Cla-s Saloon
ud
BOARDING HOI.SC
TQoS. JACXBO9, Prt prtettfr.
t>-*ttle. Apnll. 117«.
Ye Strangers
and all who feel weak ami
want to be restored !
KNOW YE!
That y< >ll can have your spir
its resuscitated, and the inner
man satisfied, by calling at
the
HCETSHIIIEMfIKITIIII
WIIERB
StoaUJB, Cliop« f
An»l all tin-dvlllfirlN «>f the icmmi in- **rv<«l in
tIM tx-xt S>-m Turk Htjrir.
by thcUlaiis, and Kuppliol to Partie*
ami neiit ia (|iuuititieM to any placo
where then* i.s strain communication.
Fresh Made Caadirs,
AuJ an AHurtatiil of
FINE OAKUS
Constantly on hand. Wr<l,llng r*k<« rua<U to or
<l«rn on th« »lir<rt< xt noiii ti, 11*11 Huiii>*n and
P»rtt< -■ MJJ ]>li<-.l
May 1 Jih. 1H76.
WORK OXEN
Good MIKI well-broke Oxen
M
At Smith's Cove, three miles
below Seattle.
A GOOD STRONG WAGON
wanted in exchange fur well
broke Oxen. Enquire at the
abovenained place, or at this
Office. m2otf
Administrator's belief.

I
|hav»> N rii «| ih.iuUhl bj (lits f*r< >tet# (Vmrt '4
Khitf O.tn.ty, Territory, Admita*.
trmfc.r <.f the but' uf L. T. Woodward. UU of
Ctllf'ir&ll. dieting]. All < lalius against aald r»-
tat#- Uin«t L. j>r*i»rtit««i to in* pruoariy proven, at
n if r. airirti. »• In in said King count/,
within on* year ff.vjn litis J»U!, or tbr* will U«
bam*! i>y i»w jCMHt w. otoßoE.
A loiliOatitWir m aforesaid
Datrd June vi, l*re.-4»
, golly Varden
m M. mj «» o .
Front Street, near the Pavilion,
HIUTTLM. W. T.
At the DOLLY VAiil/LN-
VtINKS,
Lilians,
UK Kit, AXJJ
CWARX
of tL«- BIWT QFALITy, will always ba a«rv»-d V>
oar castoKen.
(ITTER S OLD MIIKM
- AXD TUK -
liKHT CI OAKS IN BKATTLK
ARX TBI Si'JtCLALTIM AT THIS IOCS*
Smith k Jewett,
■:tf rr«mri«wr*.
NO. 8.

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