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THE DAILY INTELLIGENCER
PT
DAVID 111<; UN's.
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TM» oM *r.-1 -m* f W*»fs
ißtftotl, wir,', the if- UJ i t
ill tW T»rrit'-r». i» pnbiUh* d IWnMty
r&l&rf T«tt .« Tut# llaltar« i<«t a.* I
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«fr. H. r. W«RV» » w r <i jly a » I
A*r..it f r ily D 411.1 UTI l,M<*t««'CS.
ffttli wlitli. IITII., n.»nl« Ii l; br h v\* for .11
M»rwh»r» la U.»- rUy *.* v! t! rjiffrrrtst
fr rt* *n<tin i th« "»■ tiful { t wh 'fi
I'd %rr'j»n'. i>{ • !>/» ui*j Ut
lutdt.
Smttle, Sitnniay, June 17»*7t».
STATE BVILDINO.
Tli** following jNirav'rajth wbirh w.*
Like from a OfytnjH iH «*xj■ ta.jriw
tin- gr >\fc!b auU j.rw*|*-rity of
our ne!'4W*<r Stati arron® tin*
riv*»r r
" Upwards* of finigrants
J »(iMw»l through S*iii Fraacinoo on
ront«-to ()r« k'"'» »h»» |<ant y»*ar. Thi»i
larg»* influx of |>o|»ulfttioa in iH""*un*<l
bv
p.«>;tr»i vi wlii< b mam.
fainx r»f!i<v<t in Sart Erancia<o,
On.aha, ftohton and Pbilad<*lpbia.
Tbc eijn. n»ea nre defrßirr «1 by j.n\ate
att fjacrifd i< mof tb«> citiz* us uf Par' -
land, an the Staff Legislature, when
appointing tbo Jioard of immigra
tion, negleeted to provide funds f«jr
ts Mtip[*ort. Altogether an oxpenko
of upward of is incurred
Ktitiuallv in tiuiitibuning the L'*ad
und bnuicb oflice«. Everv facility is
afforded by tlwm? agencio* to a< «juiiv
ihformatiou euiieernuig tbo »StaU
tbey rcj.roHent, and ltalf-fare tickets
are -rt'eurcd for those who need them
on tlie iM-vcral Bteansiup ami rail
road linen. Over 100 letters <#f in*
<juirv were recently received and
answered ill a «iugle dav bv the
ItoKton agency."
As e<»in|atred with our own Terri
tory, Oregon lalmrn tinder many dis
advantage)!. She baa leas rieb land
yet open to pre-emption and borne.
*te®d MettlemeiitN than wo bare, leas
g«KH? timber ami leas mineral wealth.
Yet with confeNrtedlv inferior com -
men ial facilities and more diflicult
itf UCCCMH we ace her receiving a num
ler of iveessions in one rear e«|ttaJ
h» one tbird our entire population.
If wc * oil Id particifmto in this kind
i»f Is»n«'fit we ninat do likewise
Motiey <*ould not U* more prubtably
•lja'lided. Economist* estimate tlx*
iVeragw value of ea*'h iiumigraut to
[Jie Stilte at 5i,300. From the
ibovu if will Is- that the ex
js-use incurred l»v Oregon in this
matter is oulv a little over one dollar
~r, rtijuht, even the first year.
HAWAIIAN COMMKaCZ.
It is announced that the Hawaiian
tle<-ipr«»eity Treaty contirnuition has
1 the House br a rote of ID!
against 101, A* it had already re
ceived the e»»neurrence of the Senate
and signature of the President, it
lliuv I*e regarded iis HJO>t iH'fmiiftit.
The schedule of articles which it
stipulate* sb.iH tH*admitWd from the
Samlwiclt Islands into the I nitcd
Slates free of duty, includes arrow
root, iwstor »»il, fruits, nuta, vegeta*
Ides, bides, rice, pulu, t«an<lal wo»\l.
soedw, shiultH. museovatio ami brown
Mtgam, webtdo, molnsHes, and tallow.
ItivipriM-allr, nearly all kinds t»f
American merchandise are to lv IUI*
mitted fi*ee of dutv into tbe Island*.
•The eiport* from Houolulti for
air vm*l* f»t' April and Mac amount
ed to p{ cargo«»s. and a value of
S*2tl,Uo;i, distributctl Is'tweeu San
Fiuucioeo, Portla:i«l t l*uget Sound,
Victoria, Tahiti and other neigh
boring iilau<l> The chief article#
ttf export are sugar, ri v, pulu. bi-les,
t allow and wwl,
Honolulu is a city «>f als>ut IV, (It *
inliaoitiinta, a large |*art of w hom
are Americans who together wttlj
Euro|s'an» conduct tlw primija
'•usiness of tbe place. Tbe tola
native imputation of the Isl.uids h
estimated at « p >o,(kH\ or only aln>ul
one fourth to one eighth of tbenum
l«er of inhabitants in the time «»l
Caj»t, Cook. The survivors, bow
ever, arv said to le in an imprx»viiu
condition. Wage* of la!*>r rang*
froui «ns to twentv-tive dollars .
month according to akill ami ability
Tbe treaty it is thought v. ill in
fuse new life and pros|«erit\ tbnvngh
out the I-lands.
TELEGRAPHIC
• AIIFOIB I A.
SvN Faavciaxv J 10 H.--Arrived
aleauiahip Dakota, N ict* ri.i.
San FRANCIatO. Juae 14 Lelan I
Stanford and Miller, j revident and set*
retary of the Central Pacific Railroad
Company, were to-d »y arrested on war
rant* »unwl «>me <t «y< ag.t <"»ti «vu»i-
plaint of J li. Robintoa, a «to»~k
r in U»- 1 #r»r.4 Rt<*iv. H* r <*•!,
f««r t» 0 U- ** aivi
arroant* f t:*e enn panv B *h w
on K ndU
A Frf ncbu &fi iißKd Pi- rreL vinar*
l>ropr-r c,( a at-ore <*i tue corner ef
MUfir Mi Twenty-ninth *tr«K% cuni
raifti-d "iK-rlft th - rn rning r jing
huntr f fr<*n * tra j*»ai'- of hui I*~l
root., •! *»r. Th* drrra««*l wn flft y -*r«
of in nrd \ familv N*) <*%-.•<
kr.own.
f»AX Fk\*« '>. June II Tbc 4>i x
mmn.m of tbf »hi|» < »n<i,, brought here
by th- City < f !'ekj»g to fig tried fur
mutiny, » ft «f arbafg. «1 ytfi ty ! y
l":.it»-l f'omntiaaioiier «»'Rru-n
tot want uf auffieient evidence to hold
Onr Co»:«al at Hong Kong ?>»•]
auihwi'y U» try th?a»»-n, ht»i
doing-o aent them hero, andf»il-d to
♦ranmut any testimony.
Sv'K *Me*to, Juu' 4 II Thirty-six
ear load*. of t«a from China ' v the last
•t*aiar*r p»«v-d i nt t -d»y
Tb'* only ax* of tmall-pox itt th»: city
h a C'hina:nAn t uho din) an 1 wn buru-<i
t'>-d.»y.
Ti»« wmlhw »» still h »t, but greatly
improved
Sax PkaX« i*< f>, June 14—Coition,
who killed Milr* ■ liy before y«-U rd.iy
with a haiunu r, wm hrl.i to annut-r on
tb<- « bargv of utirder to Jaj ; l*»il was f
Ktfu«t<l.
The Coroner this morning h< Id an
iurjueat on the liody of Fran< i- Miles,
kilbxl by Cot.»ot» »itk a black
Bm/b'a hammer, lbs jury f nnd a vef
dict charging C »nlon with murder. Ids
aDtinntion i< now goi nt; on in the
|*>ltce o<»ort
K I • T K It K sr | v r. %
WASHINGTON, June 11—It is rc
|f>it»<l to night that Bti*t<>«v rvo"?ived a
projwiti'jai froui CitK'tnta»ti to secure
laiu the nomination f,»r President in
consit Iteration e votes of bis friends
fir Blaiue. He replied by telegraph .
"I aiu in the hands of mv friends; the
it*publican guns are t«o w«U ground ;
nd." It is stated that Bristow received
a t< l- gram ftom Cincinnati this morn
ing inquiring if liu would accept the'
a<'oond plans' on tho ticket it' offered to
him by the convention, in the eveut of
111 tine's nomination, ami he replied
that he was willing to leave the matter
in the hands of his friends.
It i« mentioned as a singular histori
cal ptrallcl th.it Buchanan and llreek
enridge wer*» nominate<l by tht Demo
etaUt party at Cincinnati. There was
a peculiar ao-iteration of tbe names of
the two (!'•, and the rudv puns of tliat
[a-rioJ. " Bully boys, brav«*st and best,
to will be retuemljercd by
ilioae who wars familial with th* event
itf that execitiug catupaigu. It is
thought that liristow'a natuu would
uiaterially »tr »ngth<ii tho ticket, ajel a
pretext would thereby b>* furnished to
Liberal Republicans to return to tin
party, and, Ivsiile*, the religious ele
ment of the country which has favor ad
Briotow's uouiiuatioii would also be re
turned to the party. Several promi
nent Republicans m this city declared
today that lilaiue and liristow would
be the strongest ticket thai could be
placed in the tieid.
WASHINGTON, June 11 At tl o'clock
this evening, Ulaind took a drive «»f
M. \eii utiles with Secretary Vish in an
open carriage, passing through a iiuin-
Iter of pnblic s«piain»and streets «>t the
city where hi» appe*r<«nc* excitvd uiu« h
eCugmtulafory i-oiritnt nt. Ife was out
tt'iuut an hour, after lie returned; be ate
his dinner with his friends, read the
evening |t*p> is, and spent an hour or .
two i.t ionver-.itiui» with hi- friends
atal lul.itious Bta.na tlun retiitd to
rest. Bud at '• jo u-as sleeping quietly»
Among the very numerous telegrams
leovived by Blaine t«»-day from all parts •
of the C'tuntry congratailatiug him in
his c> iivaWsccnee aud pros|»ects gener
ally. is one from IWe Spanish Minister,
now in Ntw York, and several friends
iu tlie moot it au >s ut (J*ltiert»i.i.
The H'orf l " Washington s|>«'cial s.iys |
•'A statement ha-< ln-en made to-day on
auth«>rity of s»uuc worth, of Grant's
tauixiac to rem< vc Bristow after tho
convention unless his name is on the
ticket But there is suspicion that the
statement is a ruse of Bristow's frionda
to help hiui in the convention.
WASHINGTON, June 15. The Presi
dent recently wrote to the editor of the
Sunday s« lnx>l 1 n>.< n at Phiht lelphia, as
follow s
" Your favor of yeatcolay, asking a
message from me t<> the childreu of the
I'nited States to a«"COu»piny your cen
tennial iiiiuitar, is this moment re
ceived. My advice to Sunday aebool-,
of nc matter what ditioniillation, is to
hold fast to the Bille a» the sheet
auclior of your lilH'rties. Write its
p;aoe|4* m y<air ii *arts ,u»d practicv
them in your lives. To the influence
of thi* Uvk we are iudebt*'d f«tr all
progress ma>.le in civilization, acd to
this b>ok wo must lock for our guid
auce in the future. Righteousness
« \alts a nation, but sm is a reptcatch
to A y people.
Yours u>|>tvtfallv,
U. S GUAN I "
tiI.ITIXG AITKR Tukm A
from Washington to the t*in
cinnati Enqairer atya an inveatigatifu
oommittee are abvHit t«» get on the track
of thi Pugrt Sesitid and I-ak« Superior
land grabbing c rj»t»ratioo, of whicii
Senator Window and Win. S. King, of
Minnesota, are director*, and whnh is
an ius'.J«> nug in the N rtl vrn Pacirt»'
Railroad Company, tbe « Wceri «<f tht
latter t*mg directors e-f the former
l«nn<l gra'tbincr i< tb*» rt>ar^»*
BRITISH COLOMBIA ITEMS.
«»11> f'i tNF.KR GoNF. Our rrvl' r<
» ' obaerve r»mot:g the d-at a n-'iiiv*
the demi.— OF WB, R. McDmal 1 it
< Liiwb. k Mr. McD aald is well
known tbr ;;_[b- u! th- I'r •. i..ce. ha\ini;
k■•* !■* ri * a- D «> fr * >ne tiuif.
iii i - i s»-que|,* iv * -in «h
ui*-n? at Yale. Br |- med ■ n*h-r
--% e>>ilitv with o» h. and S**<st as
..... , !
country ].i[« rv 11. i av.a a * id. w
and -wcutrr children t J mourn hit ! -SB.
W. -i i-x> to record 15j death -<f
Richir 1 K ;iy a! Sunns- U>J j oncers
vn!t renvrobcr "h n< »t Dick," who
us». 1 t / k- * a V «ie in the early
<lt) The o I cbims arc rapidly pi-s
icg away
AL* HKHY.— A !iu!i»l»troi gentleman
during the put week or have been
practising this d lightful recreation
with the h •}<* of becoming iently
skilled to v. in the pri*.>« to be «-h't for
at tht Forester* frU on Saturday next
Several intended couipetit**rs ate mak
inp excellent sb 'Oting, and at •>' yard
range 'spot tbc gold" witn nearly
every arrow A number of the fiir sex
will compt t«- in the com test open for
ladies. ari l <* 1 I »ome what to tbe novelty
of i he f-ports.
WHAT -HM.L WE DO VITII THEM r
-It i> tt.it«d on good authority that
Ti* > *-Lg, of tLi« city Laa received m
f »ruiation that three have sailud
front Hong Koug—two for Portland,
Oregon, and o:te for Etquimalt. the lat
tfT having on Uiard 400 Chinese p.iv.
aengera liound fur British Columbia and
Vkiil arriv« here in al>oiit throe w.-eka or
month. i
HIS Eyk.—A few <l»yv ngo a ■
man named Ja>. White, while in the
act of firing ufl hi* g in, received a
tViignient »f the <tip it i> Mtppoatd, in
lha right eye. The result \vus a com
plet«* division of the pupil, and conse
quently destruction of the eye.
A.VOTH KR CHURCH —Th Baptists of
Victoria have pnreba-ed a lot on Pan
dora street, between Dougla* nnd Bl:in
cbanl ot» which Ihey intend
erectuig a hand vine edifice, of 40 l»v tjO
feet, at a Coat of a!»out tbia
will make the tenth church in our city.
Yuily, we :vr« yetting along.
THK Boston Evening Journal is in
formed that J. C. Aycr, the patent
ucdkino manufacturer, of Mass,
was aent to ail itiwne asylum hi New I
Jersey last week.
CHIJIFSK IX NEW YORK.—About
ouw hundred and twauty newly iui|>orte«l
Chinamen went to work on the Long
Island Railroad at seventy cents each
per day.
MISCELLANEOUS.
AMOUMI],\T !
On an. I aft* r J mi*- l'2tli, a
Sla®e Mill leave Seattle
F« r the
Tallmit Si Kenton Coal Minos
At 7 V> every morning. coimyiu:' patwetigem ami
freight b>>th way*.
1 have fitted up a )>a*K«iii;tT car. which will
connect with my #ta«<*, t>» imiiv) - tin*** who
patronize my line from
Steele'#Landing to the Minos,
Tim* av itl:nx a very disagreeable rile up the
til lIMIK sr llif O Miws
K. A BRA MS. Proprietor
Seattle. Jnm 1011. j tin Ift
IB BOW!
The Shell* from Wo«>«h n liowl* make tb»- lm4
Fe«*d Tr fi>r b< i>« a c r ■ attle e\. r iu*d.
Pit Mi: $1.50 PER HOZKN.
Applr at th»- \?o<4oii Bowl Fartorr.
YESLER'S HALL
SEATTIjE.
F>r a *b» it only. commencing
Wednesday, •lime 21
THK FAMOUS
M AGI'IRE'S CALIFORNIA
>1 instrHs !
[Fr-m
CHARLES M ATKINS Manager
The Monarch* of Minstrclsy,
WM. COI'ItTKIGIIT, CIIAS. KEEh
JAMES MACK IN, FRANK WIL-
SoN* ERNEST LINDEN,
,T M. NORCROSS
Mark in and Wilson,
Tbe great. «t tinnj and I'ax e Clt -.: Artist* in tb
Wortd.
Our Quartette.
Mr FREI> M WALZ. r J M 50IU:RfH>
Mr I M lAVIS. Mr I M LIM KM
a L*r#r ai«>i kit ir'.t oR< lli-"»Tli\ •>!
Pi. k*%t Mn.*iiiaus.
my i hange of Protamine e*. h E»emi rf _/•
II * TINES SATI KTAY AFTHItN^H>N
PUIO-S OF ADMISSION
Peeaa f'irrle an 1
itkli . K<Mwr vr»l Sc At. crcta utra < »
1 - it tl.» tip ft.. < i;-ar *•. r.
NEW AT»VE RTISEMENTS
mm iinnim l
• ♦KHAT CLEAKING OCT OK
DRY GOODS
AM)
Clot liin£
F RAVEN THAI* BROS
MU.I I'IIEKT. SKA TTI E
Making arraog tUi.au f.» tli* f¥?»wra; t. > our
hri. k S( r»- n- * I'ißw ffMtal. fTir the entire
*t»»rk i.sf at o. rt.'
li> > u»: ts *:J«1 I 1.-ta is«>Kl ninrh l>»-low ooct.
TH«- »t'« k ih -ii[Kri"r t any In tfcerity.eno
«ictiiig < f
Drv Goods Clothing,
Hoots, Sht»os. Hats.
Rlanketc. Arc..
\VfIOLKSALE AND RETAIL.
HRAUKNTHAL RRO
IBS * CO
Importers of
■GA S i
t
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% kf
V..4—*
i : s , «*
> /-,* V-$
V j
2 f I
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FIXTURES
I
KTKAM All! «A«;
VI • • ■ ■■!(*«,
BRASS GOODS, &€.
I P. ANDREWS & CO.
HI
i
--
i STOVES, fINWAREI
HOUSE FUftMSHIMG ;
HARDWARE!
i ' !
~ I
All work pertaining to the lawinosa
done at short ntotieo, ami hi a
Workman-like Manner.
ooumm* tat. rrnKEr, »rrw*r.ii wiiHinmo* ash
main.
KEATTLK. W. T. uil3-3ni
|
I

\v. n. SJ iuri>v, •
I>KALi.K IX
PAINTS, OILS, MDVAtRISN,
ULAttM. riTTI, (4LORM, tf«.
HOUSE ft SIGN PAINTING,
GRAINING,
PAPER HANGING, \
GLAZING,
ETC., ETC.
D»oe in WortuiMlil' nianaer am! at Sb rt >'•■-
tire tiive me a Call.
W. H. SiIOIT»Y.
RUBBER JP-AINT.
I »ill v. ukr.»:it< < th« Rubber I'aii.t, all other
ci t si equal, to e»re «arfa<*.
per , alb n. t« .-coat work, than tb« Atlantic Lead
ud Uo«ml OU. amt Twwty par more than
the Av*riu Ohemi.-al Paint, and that It will :aet
k*f»s ** either. when pmperl* ap|>lie<l.
\»lUiv Jt < ,
lYelinjr. Craekinjr. or < 'lialk
ing oft".
W H SUoudy
Srltlie )>IB* 1*
MISCELLANEOUS
DEXTER NORTON A CO.,
BANKERS
SKATTUi. W.T.
DKIDBITB KRCKIVRD AND AC
roußln kej't •abject to Cheek « r Draft
Tsterest allowed on deivsits fr»ni date
U (
Sight Ft "hang* oa I'ottland, Sao Franewco
and Xew York.
Vnoey t.oased on anorosed teeunty;
R<-nd«. Mwk* and other valuable* reieived on
dep.sit for tfe keejvtig.
CodeittoaS made «B<! prxeed* promptly
rrfrti Tteo.
Inf<-*in.rals in Heal Karate and other prop
ert y made f»» : arties.
BENTON
I COAL CO.tIIMW
rmMrat- 8 k.
Mrrrtmr) F. H. BEKDEIUOK.
PaiaeinL PUCK or BcanrxM :
• l«, EAST STREET. SAX FIIAXCIftCO.
Locanoa o» Wuau :
I BLACK BITER. KIS6 OOrXTT. W. T.
IMUB OOMPAXY 18 SELLIXtf A Ht'PF
RIOR ARTICLE OF
COAL AT $6 PER ION,
And furatabtng Htookbatdera «*). mt p«r at»!»-
u 'iimu*, at Um» rata of
Four Dollars per TON.
j
Apply at the OAc« of til* RENTt )> CuAl.
CO. on C'omuieivial Street, Htattli*. W. T.
SEATTLE COAL
| AMD -
TRANSPORTATION CO
PrtarflfMtl plaef af Rmlarwt, Maw
Fraattaco, 4'al.
Laratiaa af Warka, Klaf Caaatjr, .
i Waaklactaa Terrttarjr.
Tkia (Xxiipaay la now prepared ta fiunlah
Snperlor Quality of Coal
IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT 1
im u m. zm» ,-m. m «
For Sale, at Low Prices !
Apply at the Offlco of THE SEATTLE COAL
Seattle. November .Hi. lffft.
A. MACKINTOSH,
Notary Public aud Conveyancer,
Real Estate and Tax Agent*
Baa B complete AI w tract of Tltla to all laiulf
lit King County. Will attend to the punhaae and
aalo of Laada anywhere on Sound.
attanUon paid to Tranafer of Real E»tite and
Payment of Taxes. Patronage solicited and aatia
faotioo guaranteed.
Oflreon Mill Btraet, nearly oppoalte the "Or
cldentil Uotel."
THE
ALHAMBRA SALOON
B. PBICHAED, Proprietor.
Sucrrafter to Win. Malvln.
Mill St. opposite the Post Office,
' SEATTLK.
Wines,
3jlq.uors,
Cigars, etc.
of the best quality coustantly
on liand. nilo
BAINBRIOGE HOTEL.
JAMRfc TAYLOR, Propr.
The only botel in Pert Blakely, a*d Out tuoa!
cotaiplete iu all ita adaptatluua to the a<"<*otn
raodaUoß and coufurt of faiuiliea and the trav
eli*a paklic, ofany houae -stn the Sound. The
building la Bee, and hard-finished throughout
Ratea ol Raard and I^NIKIBK:
Board i*r w«ek ffl ttfl
Board and Lodging i»er weak 7't*J
Board per day t in]
Board and Lodgißg par day SI J6ai >ll :•<!
The Bar ia aunditsl with the heat t*f
LIQUORS AND CIGARS
S TAOS TO POET MADISON EVERT OTHKIi
day . also. Saddle lloraes da.r or night t<
and froiu Port Madiauii. J AMLS TAYLOK.
LMW .
Port Blakaly, W. 7, IS7C.
ME STATE IMESTMM
AM)
! INSURANCE CO.
Flro db Marine,
! Cash Assets, - - $480,000
Priucipal Office. No. 409, California St
San Francinto.
OPF K'K KM:
Ft ru DomßCi, A. J. BkiiTT, Vlce-Pt
OIARLI.II H. CL'MIXO, S»-cr#Ury.
I*. 4k «».. (irjirrsl
fir ) enun at<J W«ab*j ftun, P<»rtlsu<l. Oregon.
riR?T-( r.ASS BIAKA 90LlriTP.l>
C. C. Perkins, Agent.
r ■"■ G
.
Dew-Drop SiilOon.
C«»r. Mill X 2*l St., Smttlr, W. T.
HARRY ZIMOARN, PrepriMo
MISCELLANEOUS.
BUY
YOUR
GOODS
OF
B
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0
SCHWABACHER
&
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0
THEY KKKF THE LARGEST
ASSORTMENT,
AND SKLL
CHEAPER
THAN ANY OTHKK
HOUiG
IN" THE
TERR J TORY
M fIAOTM
for
Sale or Hire
Apply •»
Robinson's Ship Yard.
PtrtlH cud b* mpplird with row or Mil txmta.
vi i * wit a»i: Hit in charge.
W*. W.KOBIWIoX.
ORANB
CENTENNIAL BALL
IN
Ycaler'* Hull,
ON
TtiAttdii> KTenins* July 4tli,
Fader the manag* mailt "f
Y. BROTHfcKHoOIi aud O. O. HTKINWKO.
TIOK.UTS, «Q.
LIVERV STABLE
Cor. of Mill & Second Streets
(Oi>tHo}t* Ofddfntil *Hat«l.)
UHATTI.B, W. T.
W. H. BOW, Proprietor.
R HORSES, nraaik's, c ARM AGES,
WAGONS and SADDLE HOUSES
Kept for Wire Hurwi bought and Bold. Hay
ud Onla, of i *uperl:>r qnality. ilviyt ou kMd.
RU(M froinhU Mtable rrun«rt twira a
day with the Laka WaahißgUxi •taaiuer fur tba
Saattla Coal Miae
4j| farm in
or
181 ACHES
F or Sale
Situated about two aiU«*a from the eity of Port
Tovoivod. Jeflfentou County. The ioontf r>ad
leading b> P«»rt l>ia«'o»rry Mill, Clitinai now bay,
and Port Ludlow Mill.ruuaritfht through the farm.
One h!n«lr»«d wrea or;<ler femra.fSO <>r 7« for ml
tivetion. 'io frm It. re>l clover aiwi d dug well-
Plenty of water, a cistern of fto.ouo gallone, a
(M ud and Kprinrf.
A good two atory houav X by 4H, Lam, triable,
ahtxla and ether ue< e*Mry buiidlnga.
A good orchard l'J jre»ra old. With KO tt'M of
▼arioua kind*.
Two good mi!'h r<*wa, farming toola, tao
g »A horaa teaiua. etc.. etc.. fur aala if wanted.
The above land with all ita impr »*to»nta, will
be aoM for eumethiog leaa thaa 114 com par acre,
if applied for aooo.
Title, U. B. Patent.
For further partii nlar* apply ft thla •■ftnr.
Of at th»> house <>f
f. M IIIIMuNP, Au tpreuuae*
MIS KIXANEOUa.
GO TO
Bean & Whte
KEW GROCERY STOK
OX FRONT STKFrT. if
Worth o; your
1 h#v kee r a Urgt «U.l
Grocer!**
Sfhwil Rooks, Statin^
AND NOTION'S
A»1 are tb* oily bout* i U 9<»itl« -i
can got the
AKlcn Pried Apples. Pea*
Plums, Corn. Onions, k
They *!»> k.-ep ivnatan:])
hWJ, MitUtling*,
Bran, Wheat, Oats, fft c
S TEAMEH "
Fanny Lab
J. K. HILL, Mg«i)>r,
Will lea** Seattle for
SXOHOMJSH CITY
Kvery Thursday, and KfUrv
ingon Saturday - Stoppings
*ay at all iiit» % rnusliati» I Audita
AUu for
WHITE RTVKH
Every Monday and Hetiirnifc
on Tuesday- Stopping at all »
toriuedinte Landings.
Freight on White River will I* i.: p»r t<a,
mort'haudiMe and prodnoa, with tii« M.*M«
of bay. Paiimtiijj<r far» reasonable.
J. A. M-THKK.
Wboleaale and retail dealer hi
cuius, Tim iKo, rim
and
OTJ TIiBRT,
•/"Call tod examine my (rood* at Farukai
• Clark'aMore. Commercial Street, Seattle,i.T
um K9i:«> V v« li.
T. P. FREEMAN
H«I juat removed to hi* new atom on Mill aim*
Oppotdte Occidental n<>htl. where
AM Vl* Kfi f "/fH' VhlT'lJlWt "Kt%f
CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST,
*J~C,*n hen. e forth be im* nred.
The Grotto
SALOON,
Mill Street. Seattle. W.f.
♦» 4
ALGIR & NIXON Preprieuwi
MERCHANT EXCHANGE
Saloon
UN Mil.!. BTKKRT SKATTIX, W.t
The Vinaat
WINES, LIQUORS & CIOAK
Conatant'y '>u band.
ft KIGBKY Proprietor.
Northern Pacific Railroad, "ft
ciflc Division.
. MA TO TACOMA,
It AII.)'. {SI'S PA YS AW I'KPIM
IkAVK I * uu,r *^»,
I Kalaiua II A. M I Tacoiua ff', ,
Tacouia 7<»i M. | Kalama IS** f
CounectiouH :
At Kalan* with O. H. N. Co.'a
poiuta i»u the Columbia river. At Tenin<»
for Olympia, .
At TACOMA with Steaiuera for Seattle.»"J"
pla and all oCier |><ditta on Sound.
On Saturday and Wednesday at 6 A.
; atean.er* for Port Townaend. Victoria. MaW* 1
I New Weatininater and Fraiu r Hiver.
i Connecting with Pacific Mall Ht»*auk"b»l»
| pany'a ateamera trl-m<>nthly from Vltftortow
j Fraud* »,
Through fare from Portland t > San Fraw'**'
, < «bIH I'M AO j •'**
Through Ticket* for aal» at the office
I R. N. Co.. Portland, Or. J. W. SFKAOf *
General Superintend
H. W. FAIRWFATHF.K, .
Jun-i 'lmiTil Tlilfl Atf*'
OFFICE SALOON,
Lawrence & Perkins, Prop* ••
JIIU. STREET, SIATTI.K.
• Having purchased the ■•hi Stand a"
hr 111 BK IA»WK, on Mill Htr. • t, oj.poaite
nilll, Seattle. W. T . (n..w kU"\vii »* ,hr •
HA LOON | ant lilted it u|< lo fir*t < ia«
. are h< w prejsred t«' furniah • »«r lß jl'l
! public generally with WINKS, I -I'V'
OAKS of the fin**»t brauda. ,„.tiiF H 1
We have a first-.'la** UII.I.IAKU rA#W'
f veral
Private " Vlub Hoom*
for the accommodation «>f our patr"ii».
LAW HEX'CK*
Old Oohlen. J B Cutter A Oalue* t,w
ta#e Hy«i Whiakya. Three Star llen'i
Mart*-! Brandy. t*».|i»liiuti> '•»> hand.

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