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; THE DAILY INTELLIGENCER
BY
DAVID IIIG iINS.
Tin: ii%ll.v i%Tn tft u
. uablithMl nrr) mornlm. Sundays
- r#-pt*d. «n4 4Hirrr«J t <• «ib*«rl *>*t* w ;n
tn*- rity. tl S5 r«-nU w-*k, p»j»bt* t th*
Vwrtft; coIO r#-rit»
« Irt moviii, *IO.OO la *
THE WEKNI.V IXTKU.I«r.«rr.R.
Tbi« oM and popular }nrrrri»l of Wwrtwn W*#b
lotrt/)n. wit!; th* ctrrulatl'iti of any P*r*T
In Uie Territory, in pnbli*h~l fc*t ira**
morning. Twiui Thrw llollarw J-t »nd
nuiu, In . 'jib < rwftt.OO.
Mr. K. «'. WABI» Is onr doly *<-.•
A«'-nt for lh* DAILY IKTKI.LIUB.K KB,
with whom arr*nif»-m<>kU iu»y b« mv*.e f<.r it»
•lrilvi'ry isywhT In th»* city «ut »t di!?'r*nt
forta aronnd the Sound. and to whom payments,
i.n amount of aubarnptton* thtr* to, may be
nude.
Seattle, Tuesday, June 13, 'TO.
THB CROTON WATER
WORKS.
The f.'roton Aqueduct, whieh MllJ
plit-s N*'W York City, was com
meuecd in the year and com
pleted in 1842. It wam built of
stone, brick and cement, an hed over
and under, 0 feet, iin hes wide at
the bottom, this being the chord of
an arc, <the versed hin«- of which is
ll inebes,) 7 feet, o inehes at the
springing line of the arch, and 8
lec*t s', inclwn high; turt-% of cross
section
a maximum cajoeity of 115,<M>>,000
gailoiiK daily. The fall is 1.1088 feet
j**r mile, or not quite 34 feet in 33
miles. The velocity of the water 11
miles an hour. The aquedurt is
carried across Harlem river in two
iron pipes tliree feet in diameter,
upon a bridge 144j0 long with H
arches in the riv»*r <»f 8(> foot span
and 7 upon the lank of . r »0 foot
span, and raised 114 feet al*>ve high
water mark. The collecting res4-r
--voir was formed bv constructing a
dam across the Croton river in the
highlands -t-<miles distant from
the city, whereby the water was
raised 4*l feet, forming the Croton
lake, covering 4<>o acres, 6 feet deep
and containing .V)o,ort<u)oo gallons.
Many improvements of various
kinds have ls»en added in later
years.
It wan expected that tho original
works would Hufliee for a population
of 2,000,000, V»ut th# city now, with
a population of a little over a mil
lion, requires more than 100,000,000
gallons {tor diem, and the construc
tion of another aqueduct is found
requisite.
Pertinent to this subject, the
Third Annual RejK>rt of the Board
of PliWic Work* for tin- City of
New York furuisheH some interest
ing statements. An average quan
tity of it4o,<H>o t Ooo pillions of water
in daily running over the Croton
ilaiu and with a storage ca|»acit v in
Croton valley.of 21,000,000,000 gal
lons, a supply of 200,000,000, gallons
might, be drawn daily, l«»sides what
is now furnished.
The area of thw City ol New York
is 13,121 acres of which 3,512 acre*
ar« occupied by street*", roads and
avenues, «nd 1,4♦ 1J acres by public
parks, squares and plait s. Of the
remaining 8,5t»0 acres, it i* estimated
that 4,30t! acres are built upon,
and 4,2<Xl acres or 73,1-10 building
lots, 25 by 100 feet each are vacaiit.
The total length of streets, roads
and avenues laid out on tin* map of
the city is miles, of which 378
miles arc legally opeued, 303 miles
are regulate*! and graded, and 253
miles are pared.
Th# water rates ranged from 81*
cents to $2.50 |>er mouth, jn r build
ing ami the total amount received for
water during the year ending April
lot*, 187;?, was $1,368,880.
TELEGRAPHIC
CA Liroilli.
BAW FRAXCTSOO, June 10.—The Pa
cific Mail •twiner City of i\ kmg'ar
rivrd this morning from Hong Kong
via Yokahoma. She bring* only about
ltft» Chinamenf »mr or five hundred in
tended taking paasagc on her but on
receipt of inttruction* from their
countrymen here all returned a#hore
except the numWr above stated.
No u»w aa*ea of small pox have l>eett
ragitterrd at the Health Office since
Thursday. That day two mild case*
wire wnt to the Tweuty sixth street
h'ttpital There hare ln?en thirty-M VID
known caa*! tiuce the HMh of May. and
eUven of them reported since June 3d,
and sixteen deaths. The |atimU *rv
convalescent.
The businc** of the National Gold
llauk and Trust Co waa moved to-day
t«* the atficcs lately occupied by Well*,
k Co.
KA>TKHA A T * T A •
BOSTON , June 10.- LKHU Pedro |'MT.i
the day at Harvard College and diued
with Prof. Longfellow in the evening.
A wtfr in Western-bound freight
rst«» is being inaugnrit»-d, the Eri»
railr «d begir-ning to-i*y by the an
nouncement f th • ; .I-,-.*.i: j pr:c
which will go into <*T t en Mon .y
next Freights, first-* i-s to Chicago.
2>r<n*s j- r hundred p >':r. !• ir.*V »d
of TO re*.** S<"< "d » ' vs» fr iif'.t 1 >
cent«, instead of TO c* nS <
fr* ight. 2j Cf nts. m-t- id < f 60 *>«/■»
F urtlw law. 16 in*?* - 1 of <-.
Fifth, *p» illolf 10 c r.ta, i » i <>f
25 cnts All rule* of • *»t« rii fr- :g >t
on tin* frame b*»i*. Ol t!i• «' ri' s ;t
will Ik im;"''«ibl« for the ri r ! < •>!•.-
j ani« sto get paid for the hmdi rg of
th" god*. It i« prot -i' »> th»t •*! the
line* wilt flalow suit
W A 8 111 NO TO 21, June 10 The till
reported fr» >m the Ju lie: try <
.md Ly the !!<>';sc- to drty, con*
<erning imnugrntion, i« It i »r« - Native
hill to enforce t!ie "trict en
forfjew nt of the I'nge i *wot last year
plutivo tothg Co> li" rtti'l Chinese wo
nifcii import'd f<»r inim rai purp >*<■>.
In addition to the pr<-«' nt requirements
it pretcribcfl the p« nalties uf fine ui.d
lujpri-onmeiit against any ( uilector of
Cust> tna wii j neglects or refus< - to « x
cute th< law when <a*-> rove Ted hy it
ir*- br ought »|>e< iaHy to his attention
hy the affidavits of a»«y two riti/'-ns a!-
h j/ing information, I lit I", <?o
WASiuxorox, June lw.—Wui. Flv
fliauks tt-stified before the Ki rr »nvt<-
tigating committee t< ilav th.it lie bad
an inttrview with Ilarney with regard
to the alleged payment <>t' t »
K'-rr, and that Hartn-y said to hint, " I
have never said there was anv m >m-y
in the matter. 1{« pr« -entati;« Clviner,
Blaikhurn and Daniord have agreed to
report fully vindicating K« rr from the
diargcs made against him by ILtrney.
nobbins and Bass are the only ether
members of tin committee absent from
tin < ity, but th ir colleagues eutertain
Co d<ail/t what* ver >«f their ( oncurrei.ee
in this finding The ca». will prob
ably not b* formally dosed until tin ir
return.
WASHINGTON, June 10.—The friends
of Blaine have been making t > day a
careful canvass of his probable vote in
Cincinnati on the ballot, and it
may be 6tat<tl that they give him :»17
votes to commence with. In addition,
they confidently expect on the second
ballot a very considerable increase
from M issouri. Alabama, Texas, Missis
sippi and Tennessee, leaving the votes
of Ohio and Pennsylvania still intact.
From Isith these States Blaine's friends
anticipate wit fi certainty a generous
support in the end, and it i* claimed
that the end will be on the third bul
lot at the furthest, and very possibly at
the *eeond.
C'llirAOO, June 12. Tho Wisconsin
delegation to the National Republican
Convention at Cincinnati, held a meet
ing here today, seventeen of the twenty
being present Hon 1\ Sawrey in
troducing tho following resolution
which wis unanimously ad »pted.
Tli.it we will <*ast our vote
for the ll>>n. O. W Maine, of Maine,
nnd UN every honorable means to
necure hi* nomination.
The ltristow Clul» held a meeting to
night and Appointed a delegation of
one hundred to go to Cincinnati to
w<«rk in the interest of Rristow
The Tii/mt' Raleigh special says that
very lively times are anticipated in \t
week, ax a >piit in the Democratic r inks
is imminent, u- the sessions have seized
the rein- and leadership ami the I'nion
element of the Democracy are in revolt.
Several addresses and --JHJC* IICH hav<
been dt livcrcd on both -.i.it* K recently,
which the pirty i> trying to hush up
in.til after the conventioji
The Triltun/* Washington corres
{Kindeut s.i}> the Democrat* nr. >o in
thtuied against Maine that they are
lik*dy to raver** their decision and ad
nut hearsay evidence. This decision
can bo reversed in two ways; by a re
consideration of former action I t the
judiciary committee, -»r by instruction
from the House, which enlarge the
Morrison resolution, so that it i- incom
petent for the judiciary committee to
reconsider its action. DvimvraM say
that the admission of the telegram from
Caldwell entirely change,! the leg*l as
pect of the ease, so that the Democrats
who before under a different state of
facts voted with the Republican*, will
now be certain to vote with the ro<t of
the Democrat* for the enlarged juris
diction. It may bw possible for the
Democrats in the Hou-*> on Monday, on
suspension <»fthe rules, to pass tin M r
ri*<>n resolution, as many Republicans
will be aKent at Cincinnati. There
can bo uo d>>ubt that th« Democrats
will then ha>e a two-third- majority.
OREGON ITEMS.
Fr> k. th« tu*a.
WHAT RA TO HK ltoxE - >fr. I'erry
Davis, the street commissioner, ha*
ihan.it- i ut th<» following u te, which
wo publish for the purpose of calling
the attention . f jirej rty owner* t » a
important matter * Wh»t wilt be done
wiih the w,v>d improved treets if the
n*er i ntinuo to rise " 1' uugh: be w t »ll
ito give a thought m t.oi* an I try to
dev is* -Mue pla:s to prevent them f: m
floating. A> ail Kicol* >n pavement or
planking *ill float as soon a- i: is cor
©cd with water > \ inch • d. «»p could
Cv t nulroad mm !v had and placed in
two line* along the struts r heavy
chains*. r<vk, gri..dston« - bags r bar
rels tilled with sand. Suah timely pre
cautious uiii»ht sa\e inanv d. .liars to
the owner*. It ;* my opinion that a me
thing of the ku.d will nav« t. !<• done
and it i>now time to give the subject
a thought."
t*P T*tK r - i.' it.iA. — I)i-pat
frc: .4 t.p the ( lun.'* ia i; v* r, Fr. iiy
tv« •. jtl t'4t- Vt i* - ; i 4 •* a
*tai d a* Wtllu t :•»: d I'm tili <;uc*
v *e !4v n.orru <; " . nv< r .lis r>*n
two i*.- at C lil >. an 1 «i\ inches at
the < aar-ides At Umitil'a the river
hek« only one inch of being
a- high as daring the Bummer of 1871
Th" telegraph op* rator at Wall «: \ -
tint the present rise is froi» S- .ke
r.v» r, a« tha* • , r a*ii 1 .'i's 1 : a? .1
' rat .1. v. .f •i- »♦ it'-me! tll c *"-
rect we hold'" ourselv * in rcadine«a t"
emigrate toward the Miiar'x • t *'■
< it y.
Mr. A mold Mul-r. t t'h h . :«.• (. >» .
'.vst* killt i on Tne-.iiy. 0;h in?:., at
Ov-ter Hi}*, W T 1 if -g cru-ht 1* >
death bv j n !:i"<x 1 g- H wa« n v rk
ing at ooe of the c • ips, and w w stood*
i n g I d'itv alcjw he h was liabh t«* r -11
at any moitii lit. Hi* <iuj»au«oT.- warn
ed him of dai!;*er, h it h- remarked that
he Wi-"aH riirlit." When thi' log
••tartc-d to roll, n.; was en rind
crush d b neath its mighty weight.
Bef re hii C"ia]>ai'.ions could r«*«ch him
his boiy w ,s entirely lifaless.
Ur.dordate of June l»th. our Eug. ne
correspondent sends the following : No
1 ■ tii m t -. tr-i\« ling agents for wh»de*
sab lions s in PortUml and S..n Fran
cisco are now in town, all registered at
the St. Charles Hotel.
Tus lay, th*; Astoria-Portland tele
graph line was completed a» far as Clif
ton The line is being c- nstructed at
rtre rate of al»out one mile ar.d a half in
ft.ur da.ys.
SOMK citizens < f Btocktou purpose
starting a matan/a there f r daughter-j
ing *slit'i p. The pelts will he saved !
1n< I prepared f>r market, tin* horns
and hoof, made into glue, the tallow
rendered from the carcass and the resi
due made into soap. It is estimated
that th" heep ran bi» made to yield >
to $:» 50 a head hy AH economical estab
lishment of this kind, while they can
not i>e sold on foot for more than f 1 50
jK-r head.
IV Tito I'crtland ./ •hi //don't seem
to entirely favor the amendment, offer
ed hy Lane, to compel the Northern
I'acitiic Railroad Company to complete
its road from Kalama to Portland in
the next two years. That piper pro
pounds the following query •' Will
thi» proposed railroad connection bring
a competition for deep-water freight
from Plight Sound against the Colum
bia river navigation, that would not be
to the advantage of our city ? It is
well enough to 10.,k at the effect ol
Puget Sound competing for the ship
ments of the Willamette Valley by
this proposed railroad." "That's ju>t
what's the matter.'' (Jive us the rail
road connection direct to the wheat
fields of the Willamette Valley, and if'
Puget Sound shipping don't have the
wheat carrying trade in le*9 than two
years, you may write us down a false
prophet. —.V< in third.
Tin: Lakeport lire wauls pumping
engines erected in that town, to obtain
a water supnly from Clear Lake.
NEW ADVEETISEM ENTS.
CHALLENGE!
The undersigned, proprietor of the
PKJET SOI'M) LOTTERY, |
Hereby announcesthat it ia the privilege of »ny
one patronizing hia establishment to challenge
the uamt-, by the deposit of Five Dtdlars to de
fray theex|>enae of a count at the dose of the
came. If upon counting the frames anything ia
found not right, 1 will pay the sum of Two Hun
dred Dollar* to the challangcr.
Joseph Fares.
HIE STATE INVESTMENT
A XI)
INSTKAXCI-: CO.
Flro tfc Marino.
Cash Assets, - - $480,000.
Principal Office. No. 409 California St.
Xfi ii #' raitri a r o.
<> r r M'KU«i:
Pktt'-R PosiHfc, Pn-b't.: A J. Bhyavt. Vice-I'r.
(tfaui.r* H. i't suiNii, Se.-retary.
\. I*. HOT tl.l\4i. «t General Agents
ft 2 egon and Waabuvton, Portland, Oregon.
FIRST-CLASS KIsKS SOI.K ITED
C. C. Perkins, Agent.-
|
r ■" ■ ■ ao
AVERtLL
PAINT
The Ix st
mi\ki> pants i\ i sk
in ail
Colors d? Sliadcs
This Paint is p«-tared in 1: ;tiid fern, ready f>v
sitting no frsrtfaer additi « ■( oil or aptr
sta. It is of Pure Y> lute. and of an; shade or col
or.
It )» cojrsp"eed fth material» in- wn t the
tr»!r -1* lire- Maseeit Oil, Mriril) Pur.*
H bite I.«•!*• I. rare ju»e.an<t th* pumt 001.
. ring matterpr*r«rab|# f-* t»ujtr*. w irn t j cr
V*vu;Urpto<v*«of m at. of act ir», are a. th reus! >
i.niw-4 thai they cann* t imparate H- :t vn.l
nevercli&lk. <Tack or peel of? .! ■<•* nt ran fr :u
wra:-.« or nai: hies . and f r UrtlMa:. y v! c- r,
an 1 ?<auty >-f ftuish It is mit!. Nt a r;\»!
lutup in *. \. 1, S. « and 5 Pa* k
afT*. an-d in barrel*.
For in Quantities to suit
W. A. JENNINGS
SbATII.K,
Agent for Puget Sound.
M ISC ELL A NFOTS
Probate Notice.
ni THE PBOBATK COURT OF KINO COl'X
ty. n Tt-mt-ry In the i..att-r f the
estate < { (if Tf* V King. deceived.
C. C. the administrator f the said e*-
t%:> htriai tLi* day AIM ta tb:« Otnri hi* peti
tj n. that his final ••-counts as such
administrator have treen *~tt!ed in said Court,
»i; ! tLer~ r»::;!?r.s a balar. '«> ef ssi I e-tat»* in L:<
ha:. f. r Ij«tr;buti u a:i; U;: the h irs-fthede
iM-d.and irafin* that au order be inad> .1:*-
trv .!ine*aid estate mn re the heirs ( dec» a«ed;
> w. ili»-!*fure. ;t ;s rdered by tl* Court that
all p- ix -as interested in the said estate be an 1
aj pear in this O'urt. in the office of this CVnrt in
i^att!* 1 , in s»i«i c ji-ty. q Saturday, th'* fifteenth
liar July. A. P. 1 »:«•*, th< n ax.d there to show cait-e
«lt a decree distrtbuti;.* said estate should o- t
be made, and why the »a eof the residue of
»a: i est ttt «h uld nt lw- »i:vva by such decree to
Emma O. Kiait. vitl<'W < f deceased.
Ordered farther that a copy of this order }-•>
published for five succ*t«iv« weeks before saul
time f hearinif in the Wekklt I\t» llj vkn Kii. a
w-ek ly newspaper published in said Seattle, ai. I
on the Ceuuty Audit- r of the county of
King,
l a ted Jute 3d. liTtu.
W. M. YORKE, Judge.
KING COUNTY. SS.
I. Wall • M. Yorke. Judge *n 1 ex-offlcio clerk
of the Pr bate C«->urt of -aid county d • hereby
certify that the t reg- ing is a true copy of au or
der of said Court ma le and entered on record in
f-aid Court on the 3d <lay of June. A. L». 1*76.
Wltn< »s my hand and th« seal <'f said C\ urt
L.S. tliis .h1 dav.-.f June. A. D. 1 "<~G
WALDO M. YOK
Jud-e and ex-ethi io Clerk a.- ai resaid.
AffIWEIEST !
i
|
On au«l aft t -Inn* 1-th, a
Stage >vill leave Sea Hie
For the
Talbot k Ronton Coal Mines
At 7 30 every morning, conveying passengers and
freight both ways.
I have fitted up a passenger car. which will
coaneel with my utagen, t" convey tboM jrbo '
patronize my line from
Steele's Landing to the Mines.
*
Thus avoiding a very disagreeable ride up the
lulls near the Coal Mines,
R. ABRAMS, Proprietor
Seattle, June 10th. jimlO !
{
. .
ghajstd
CEITEIIUL ULIIIITIIt
•1 illy 4tli, tSlti.
at i \ cox yon, n*. r.
EXERCISES OF TIIE DAY :
Heading the Declaration of Inde
pendence.
Music l>y the tJerman Hand.
Oration.
A Rtr:iwl«!rry Lunch provWctl l»y
tli« laiiics of Lit Connor and vicinity,
fret- to all.
Float Racing, Canou llacing, and
I lor so litcing, ami other amusements
in the afternoon, to conclude with a
(IRANI) BALL
In Occi'loi.tftl 11 all in tho rvoning.
Millie l»v MtHhrs. (Ink, I vV
Lit>by.
l'ric*! i.t 1 ii kcts for tli«' Hall,
I'i ii'i' of Tickets fot 1 i.t 11 Hll«l I,
f l.l'tt
A c«»r<li:il invituMou to the public.
By Order of Committee.
IHPORTAST AIODBCEMEN?!
CUKAT CLEAKING OI*T <>F
DRY GOODS
AM)
Clothing
AT
FRAUENTHAL BROS
MIIL STREET, SEATTLE.
Making arrai:/et:;* i nts for the remoral t. nr
Itri- k *»t"-re n bmintt » r<f ;»>l, t fftr t ,e iLt;r»-
*t«ck vf goods at coat
Eemnacta an l «ld ! ts » ' I much l»l. w c»»«t.
The st.Jtk is *up<f. r t,. any in the < ty. eou-
l f
Dry Goods. Clothing,
Bt>ots t Shoes, Hats,
Rlanki'ts. ('arpcts, Ac.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
FRAUENTHAL BROS.
I.A.JEIIK
*V . and Iletail F'l.al-'r :u
CHOICE
Groofries,
Provisions
Hardware,
f\wt
CROCKERY,
GLASSWARE,
FLOUR, FEED, ETC.
' Imported and California
m jm w: m 9
Foreign and Domestic
Liquors, etc., etc.
ALSO
Solo Pro|»rittor of the f!'owing
Wfll-lv!i«>\\ ii ISrands <d' Ci^ar?
Foster,"
" Ijittlo Ed."
....And....
" Pride of W. T."
Ifloods guaranteed
as represented.
ttiTtJ.KHls delivered in the City free of charge.
Commercial Street, Seattle, W. T.
PONY SALOON,
Kept by
BEN MURPHY
Corner Commercial and Main street, oppoeite
thft*. S. liotel.
fpms 1« the place to vuit to have the Inner
a man replenished.
Cigars, Tobacco, Wines, and Liquors
Always on hand.
Seattle. W. T„ Man h 25, 1973.
DAXCIXG SCHOOL
and
atnrdaij Keening Soirees
Under management of
Profs. Brotherhood & Stoinweg,
At
REINIQ'S HALL
Ciassos for minors, Tuesdays and Fri
days. Adults -Moudays and Thurs
days. Soirees Saturday evenings.
Faiiiilu-s taken at ri-duced rates.
Mu '-ic furnished for any and all occa
sions. at reasonable rates.
AMIsTRATOR'S
SALE OF HEAL ESTATE.
In the matter of the estate of Mr*. Mary Jane
Gilliam, «!«-<*« a*< >l.
Xotice in hereby givt o that by virtue of an or
der of th»* Probate Court of Kmj County, Wash
ington Territory, made and entered of record on
the ,kl ilay of June, Idire< tint? the sale of the
following described real estate of said deceased ;
1 will sell *t Public Auction to the- highest bid
der or bidder*. for cash, gold coin of the I'nited
States, t-> V* paid on the day of sale, the premisea
situated in the city of Seattle, known a* the resi
dence of the late C. C. Terry, sai 1 premise* being
imn particularly dea ribed km Five ,*s,j Hix
[f»,] Seven T. and Fight .*.) in Block Thirty two
{3*J.jofC. 1). Boren'a additiou to the town [now
< ity] of s»-attl<-.
Sale to take place in front of the office of tha
Probst* (Vmrt <.f King county, in the city of Be
a tie, on the sth day of July, at the h ur of
ten o'< ;>i! k A M., MHi I sale t-> Ik. subject t con
flrmati üb\ the raid Probate Court.
C. H UANFORU,
Administrator de bonis n n, estat" of llri. M. J.
Oiliiam, deceased.
I>ated June fcth, 1 «*. j-7-ltw
WANTED
A M»D BOOTH Vkliß.
Wh<> can make tew«d w-rk. If of steady habit*,
can have empi- vineut for s»ui< time at th> P'-rt
T wnaend *h *. St re
F.u jnir" of
JOHN FIJ/PA THICK,
POUT ToW.VsFND.
J tint 'Jth, KG.
THE
ALHAMBRA SALOON
R. PHICHARD, Proprietor.
to Wxa. Mai Tin.
Mill St. opposite the Post Olfiee,
SEATTLE.
Winos,
ljiciuors,
Cigars, otc.
of the best quality constantly
on hand. ml 3
MISCELLANEOUS.
MVERI' STABLE
Cor. of Mill & Second Streets
(O jMwit* Occidental "Het< l, 1
SEATTLE. W. T.
W. 11. BOW. Proprietor.
nonsfs, nruCfiEs, carriages.
WAGOys nui SADDLE HOUSES
Kept for hire Worsen bought and sold. Ilav
and Grain, of * gnpe*i;>r .jnahty. a'.wsys on band.
tkf frumhis Stable ccanect twice a
day with the I.aid Vfaeaiagvn strainer fcr the
Seattle Coal Mi no.
B. A. HILL & GO
Manufacturers off
C. V. K REEDER'S
Wire-Suspension.
Vibrsitinir-Sprini*
BED BOTTOMS
Patented July 1. and awards! the
First Premium, with Diploma, at tin California
State Fair; Also. First Premium, with l>iploma.
at the Sauta Clara County Fair. IsT.i : and Sj>e» inl
Diploma at the San Joaquin County Fair. Ift.'t.
County for «>alc, at reasonable figure*.
Order* by mail promptly attended to.
Ho*. \o.
Seattle, Xovember 13.157».
ANDREWS & CO
Importers of
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FIXTURES
STEAM AM) CAM
i ll^S
BRASS GOODS, AC.
S. r. ANDREWS & CO.
STOVES. TIN WA It E
HOUSE FURNISHING
HARDWARE
job wouk:.
All work j*ertaining to thf* btninom
d ino at short notico, nn<l in :i
Workman-like Manner.
COUMKB' IAL srrnrKT, nrrwi:rx WJUWIKOTOX AXI>
MAIN.
SKATTLK, \V. T. ui 1 in
fg FARMH
or
lsl ACRES
P OP Ma le
Situated al*»ut two Hiilfit from the city of Port
Tomeud, JeftnoL County. The county r->ad
Ira-iu;* VJ Port Diacoxery Mill, Chim*co<>u} hay.
and PortLndlw Mill,ruuartght through th<* farm
une hlndred a< re® under fence, '*» or 70 for ml
ttvatlon, 2u »■ rm in re«l and doing well'
Plenty of water, a cisteru of 30,"00 gallon*, a
I* »iid and »pri ng.
A £ood tw" utory houae 2C by barn. *table,
•I.'- 1R and other n» < etatarv buildings.
A fp>od orchard li year* old, with SiO tret* of
various kinds.
Two good milch OJW#, farming tool*. two
g-->d h>r*e t* an.H. etc., etc., f-.r **le If war:t«d
The above lan.l with all it* improvement*. will
t*e sold for something lea* thau 114 coin pet a-re.
if applied fur aoozi.
Title, 1' 8. Patent.
i For further particular! spply at this office,
I or at th« Lous* of
T M MAMMOND "n the premium
MISCKI.I.ANEOI'S.
GO TO
Bean & White's
KEW GROCERY STORE
ON FRONT STREET, if yeuw, a | tt , '
Worth of if our Money,
They keep a !*r a -e and iplendid »tock cf
Groceries
School Rooks, Stationer?
AND NOTIONS,
And are the oa!y houM in Seattle *b»r» *«
can get the "
Alileu Dried Apples, Pears,
Plums. Corn, Onions, Et«.
They alao keep cou«tantly on hand
Chopped Fred, Middling*, Skwit>
Rran, Wheat, CKitt, Etr.
RUBBER PAINT!
I Will Guarantee the Rubber Paiit
(All Circumstance* Equal)
To cover more surface j«er pj.
lon, two coat work, tliun Atlantic
Lead ami Linseed Oil, and w»»ar
twice as long when pro]»erl* ap.
plied, without Peeling, Cracking or
Chalking ofF.
I will eorrol»orate (if nei-ess&rv)
liv sworn statements all I claim
in the a bote.
W. H. SIIOUDY.
THE RUBBER PAINT
Is j.at np in quarts, gallons, ami
five gallon cans, ready for use in all
shades and cvllors. For sale l»v
VV. H. SHOUDY.
S TEAMEB
Fanny Lake
J. S. HILL, Master,
Will leave Seattle for
SNOHOMISH CITY
Every Thursday, and Return
ing on Sat urday- Stopping each
way at all inter mediate liUiklingH.
AUo for
II HITK RJVm
Every Monday and Returning
Oil Tuesday stopping at all in.
termediate Landings.
Freight on White River will be f:t per ttni oa
uierehandiKa anti produce, with th« »io*ptlta
of liay. Passenger tare reaaouable.
I HAVE I.KABKD THE
Brick Yard
Known m the Pliiniiiior yard, for a term of f»>iu
yearn, with the intention of
i
SUPPLYING THE J)EMAND
j «' * 'T \t
At r(hluc«i| ntr*.
Will be j r» |mr« J to fnroirli toontrr In Junr urit.
(\ McALLISTEK.
Suivif, Malt li 77, i»;n.
J. A. McPHEK,
Wboleaale and retail dealer In
(II,'IBS, TOB.IUD, Plfßt,
and
OUTLJORY,
»/"«'a!l and examine my good* at Farnhaa
At Clark'a St-Tf, (V>nmer< ial Street, Seattlr, W t
■* v a ti.
T. P. FREEMAN
I!*a just removed to hi* new atom on Mill •♦r<« , t.
Ojjpoaite Occidental Hotel, whew
A\VTIII\«; IV inn USE,
AS GOOD AS THE BEST AND
CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST,
henrefi/rtL piwnr«<l.
The Crotto
SALOON,
Mill Street. Seattle. W.T.
-j
ALGAR & NIXON Propriet on-
MERCHANT EXCHAN6E
Saloon
ON MILL HTIIKBT SEATTLE, w T *
The Flneat
WINES, LIQUORS Jt CISARS
Conatant'y >u Land.
F. RIGBKY Proprietor-

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