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Seattle, Thoraday, Jnne 22, *76.
THE PACIFIC NAVY YARD.
The Naval Committee of the
House lately presented a pro|»osition
to cot down the pay of the officer*
of the nary to be in keeping with
the former reduction of the salaries
in the army, but to the credit of that
body the meaaure was voted down.
About the same time came up a
discussion on a resolution to discon
tinue the Mare Island Navy-yard, of
California, as a construction yard,
T>fV«««g it simply a naval rendezvous
and repair station. The ground as.
signed for the action was the want
of timber at that point and the con
sequent expense of procuring the
necessary lumber, iron, etc. On this
point Luttrell, who oppofanl the bill,
remarked: "We get our iron from
* California, Oregon and Washington
Territory." He might well have ad
ded, truthfully, that we can also get
suitable timber in Washington Ter
ritory.
Attention was called to the fart
that Mare Island was the only na
val-yard on the Pacific Coast, with
its harbors and commerce and 3,000
miles of littoral, and distance of
7,000 or 8,000 miles from Brooklyn
and Norfolk. Nevertheless, the
matter was referred for advisement
to aßoard of five Naval Commission
ers to report next session to the
Secretary of the Navy.
Here at Seattle both timber and
iron can be obtained easily, and
cheaply, in connection with conveni
ent fresh water harborage and other
exceptional facilities. Meanwhile,
the leng-mooted proposition to
SeilQet tlteao m atailnUc iu
•lumbering quietly in a winding
sheet of red-tape, pigeon-holed in
the Department archives at
Washington.
TELEGRAPHIC
anew.
PORTLAND, Ogn.. June 21.—Yeater
d»y it 12 o'clock » dispatch by the O.
9. N. Co't. liue from the Dal lee, says
the liver roee 7| inche* froui 6:3ooVlock
l»a* sight to H o'clock thin morning.
Sinto that it has risnu about two inches.
The river is now about one foot above
Ike highest mark of IW2. There is
\mt one dwelling house occupied on
Froot street this morniug. Weather
deody end reining et present. A tele
great from ths same point last evening
at 6:to o'clock says, cloudy ; thormon
eter 71°; river rising et the rate of $
inch per hour sinoe noon today; heavy
up-str*aiu wind from noon Monday to
■OOS yesterday. The river had risen
tea inched at ths i'asrade^.
eiuroivu,
BAH FRANCISCO, June 18.—Arrive*!
Bark Adelaide Cooper. Port Ludlow ;
bark J. II Bell, Seattle; ship Coouno* j
dare, Port Ludlow; barkenti"** W •»-
Oaw!ej, Port Madi«o»- • "argentine Ku
•»«, brig Deacon, Port Dis-
OOTery; Iwrk Mary Glorer, Port Di*
corery; bark Auiethrat, Bellingltam
Bay.
Sailed —Bark Ptirest Queen, Port
Ludlow ; schooner J„n Grande, Pwrt
BlaktW; tarkentine Modoc, Port Tow u
•end ; ship Shirley, Taovma, «hip King
Phillip, Port Gamble; tarkentine Au
reola, Seattle; bark David Hoadlev.
Fort Gamble; Urk Dublin, Sealteek;
hark Vidette. Port Madison
BA< FRANCISCO. June 19,—Arrived
Bark Emerald, from Port Gamble
Loa AsoEi.r.i, June 19 —A bold rob
bery was committed this morning at
the Hall-way House, ou the Santa
Moaira road. About 1 o'clock four men
rodt op to that station and commanded
the proprietor to open the door, lie
refuted to do so, when they fired, one of
thl balls paasing through th< licxv, itt
fictio| a painful wound in the calf of
the proprietors leg They then order
ed him to saiae the window and |>*as
eat hit trunk, which was dene. The
robbers after rifling the trunk n*le off
SAX FRANCISCO, Juce *JO —About
twenty minutes tjefore 1 o'clock this
morning, a tire wa* discovered in the
•Pf**jt<*T the Bay Sugar Refinery,
a huge efran-story brick building on
theoocner of Battery and Union strwts
Capita the rfc*U of the entire depart
ment, which was promptly on the
gwod. the fire ate down from «tory to
•Tory until the who'e building «»« a
IDS** of RTAN;f>«, ami it* destruction com
plete. The refinery wa» ownod by ai.
incorporated cotnpsnr, Herman Went,
pre*id< nt. and has a refining capacity
of 12/**) ton- annually. about
sii.V),OOo . insure* 1 f>r £i>
ImiUint; *• *niotl c o:j»i ler-.tb'a ♦lim
bic by fire «-<rce months *go. The fir»
jratrol spr« *<» th'-ir co*er» !<> th»-
g'ic-!*. but the r%|<i i j of the
flame* retnh rvtl their <
and a ntifuVr of cov.r* «• r* obliged to
!*: » ! nt) Jprce<! Whi »• attempting to
g»t th* »'.r< »m in the upjwr window*,
the chains of the HayeV truck -truck %
ladder which gnw way and aaver*! fire
meo were precipitated to the ijronnd,
but sustained no serious injury.
EX V A OA
Cnr, Jnn»- 19.—T0-day
another terrible fire recurred in which
about twenty-fir*- dwelling houses w»re
consumed A strong wind «M Mowing
at the time, and the fiam< s were carried
hou»e to house with frightful
rapidity. Had it not IKKJU for the new
water work* the e*[>ericnce of last
October uiight have been repeated. The
hydrant* did splendid service, andtbeir
streams undoubtedly saved the city
KASTXBN STATES
WASHINGTON, June 20.--<»m J. J.
Keynold* ap|>eftred l*fore Clytner's
committee to~<lay snd testified that the
house in Sen Antonio, Texan, *aiJ to
have been presented to him by army
contractor#, wa« in reality presented by
the citiz< :u of San Antonio. The trans
action was ojwn and kndwn l»y every- I
l>ody, and mentioned in the papers. If«•
il<*»s not know the uaiuei of any of the
sixty contributors. He had entertained
General Sherman and the Inspector
General of the Army in the hous<% and
they fully understood thn circumstances t
of his possession of it. He had been
tendered property of four or five times
as much value l»y citizens of Austin, but
declined because the army headquarters
were io Han Antonio. He had accepted
the present as a spontaneous expression
of good will on th« part of the people
am >ng whom he had lived for several
years.
WASHINOTON, Juno 20.—There is a
r«*|»ort circulating among a few Sena
tors. and apparently authenticated,
that the President has tendered the
place of Secretary of the Treasury to
Setmtor Morrill, of Maine, and that the
lattir h:;s the matter now under con
sideration. Morrill will neither affirm
or deny the correctness of the report,
and it is believed to be true.
The silver bill introduced in the Sen
ate to day makes silver coins of 25 aud
'JO cunts value a legal tender for ten
dollars find smaller eoins, to the extent .
of five dollars The IIMXV silver dollars
io tm iviuiu ate ujaue iegai UJUCUIS ru» |
ten dollars. Silver bullion in liars,
stamped by mints with their true weight
and fineness, aud also existing trade
dollars, are to IM* made legal tenders tor
the payment of all debts according to
their metalie value, as compared
with the present gold standard
market. The value of silver is
to be determined and publicly
announced from two to five days
befrre the first of each month, by a
Umrd consisting of the Secretary of the
Treasury, the Director of the Mint and
the I nited States Treasury. The bill
also authorizes Mints to i->iic certificates
; payable in Mint silver bar;-, snd pro
' vides that silver win shall l>e cxchang
|ed for t'nited States notes, at their
nominal value, which shall thereupon
l»e permanently returned and made part
! of the sinking fund; it also provides
that the Treasury may obtain silver
bullion in exchange for silver dollars or
Vnited States notes or gold coin, or
that it may be purchased by means of
the present bullion funds.
The President today nominated
James A. Williams, of lowa, Commis
sionerof the General Land Office, and
James Davis, Agent for Indian c tlie
Southern Apav h r » •* l 'y. New Mexico,
j \v .--•iixtiToN, June 20.—Grant made
j a speech to night in endorsement of
Hayes and Wheeler to serenadcrs from
a ratification meeting at the City Hall,
who after paying Blaine the ounpli
ment of a visit directed their course to
the \\ hite House, on the balcouy of
which the President appeared and
in response to the uiu-ic of the Marine
l*and and the cheers of the crowd, when
an opportunity was offered him by the
first lull in the noisy demonstrations,
vii l "Gentlemen- After all the
speaking that you aud I have listened
to Uvnight, for I wa* with you at your
ratification meeting, you cannot wish
even it I was a speaker to hear anv
thing fr«*n nie, but I cannot
withhold my approval of the
excellent tiektt given you bv
the National Rc*pi;Mean Convention
at Cincinnati. It is a ticket that should
receive the cordial support of all races
in all sections I know Gov i rnor Hayes
personally and 1 tan «urrer iKr with
unfeeling pleasure my pree*-nt j-coition
to him. as 1 lielieve 1 shall do 0:1 the
«"»th of March next, *ith guaranteed
Mvurity far y«>ur rtghis aud liberties,
and the la* « Good-night.
BRITISH COLUMBIA ITEMS.
WoriUL* WE>r Coast Tkauedy
I'wo Indians arrived from the West
l\>ast yMterday aid reported to the
Supcriuteudent of Poaoe that the
American Ran «? or Wroo, and thrve lu
diana previously reported in the (
as having been drowned, acre really
murdered hv Indian*. Thry
MT the thr«*e Indian <♦ wern »feot and
the white man *h«>! and
a r>«- th-towrh Th y < lairn to ha*e
*.« n the ito&ie* lying on the Kbo re The
r <*-■ n g r. n f r tb* murders i* that the
v. Lit- are in the ha? f *h -otnig seal*
in«t»ad of tne bow au i arrow or
■p»*nr. and ? ; ;it the white tn .»!*- of tak
ing rhf \r in;*l frighten* the survivors
away.
The
death rir. With a feeling ofcatrtra*
regret we announce th-» d-ath tt Auck-
Ufid. N*w Zealand, on the 26th of
Aj>n! la»t of Mr Charles Clarke, a
i nuerly *»*li-kn<>wn and universally
*-**>■ f-mwl member of this community.
Mr <*.;»rki-. ' «•} >nd the KM. ial circle of
which ho »a* Aii honored nt'-rnVr and
by whom h;« memory w.ll long be
ch< rished, was h»-«t kli >wti as * leading
member of the Victoria L)ramati»- Com -
| any and rarr ability as an
amateur at'or. Poor *'Charley" was a
o I le hearted, s»df sacrificing fellow,
and the news of his demi«e will be read
with a pane of regret by all who enjoy
ed the privilege <>( his acquaintance.
Hos. MR HRXTIXGTOX.— The ru
mor that Hon. Mr. Huntiogton will
succeed Lieut-Governor Trutcb is re
vived at Ottawa. Mr. Huntington is
the pr< -cut Postmaster General of the
Dominion. He H a native of the
Province of Que!>ec. aged al>out 45, a
Sawyer by profession, and largely en
dowed with this world's goods.
TIIE REPORTED MURDER. Capt.
Warren of the sloop Thornton arrived
here from the West Coast on Saturday
evening. He atates that there i« no
truth in tho report that Kayne and two
Indians were murdered, and confirms
the rumor as to their being drowned.
The murder yarn evidently emanates
from one Indian tribe hostile to an
other. -Colonut.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
Pacific Mail
Steamsliip Co.
SAN FRANCI VICTORIA
Aud Olympia Line,
Carrying Her Britannic aud United
Stat** Mail*. Wells, Fargo k Company's Express.
SPRING ARRANGEMENT.
Commencing April 10, 1876.
Ou and after April loth, the flrst-class Iron
Scrtw Steamship t ITY OF PANAMA, 1,500 tons.
Capt. Seabury, and the conun.Klious Side-Wheel
Steamship, DAKOTA, '2.100 tons, Capt. Mora*,
will sail between tIM Porta of San Francisco,
Olympia and Departure bay, as per following
Time-table*, connecting at Victoria with Steam
er* for Nanaimo, New Westminster, Yale. Krazer
River, aud with Puget Sound Mail Steamer* for
all other Porta, and at Tacoma with Northern Pa
cific iiailroad for Portland, Astoria, and all other
iui|>ortaiit points .n Oregon.
Through Ticket* sold to principal Stations on
Northern Pacific, Oregon and California Railroads,
and principal landing" ou Columbia and Willam
ette River*. Tickets incluae Meals and Berths
<>ii Pacific Mail Steamers.
- ■
Time Taole for Steamship "CITY
OF PANAMA."
RORTA— SAX ra*»euk?o TO OLYMPIA.
I**av<« San Francisco June 10 JuneW
Arrive Port Townaend " 15 •• 5
Leave *• •' ; " 15 14 5
Arrive Seattle •• 15 " 5
!>e«ve '• ' j " 12 " 5
Arrive Tacoms " 15 "5
I>ave •• •• 15 " 5
Arrive olympia i •' IS I ** 6
POBTS—OLYVPIA TO "AN rSIMfIUCO VIA DEPAKTI'RK
HAT.
Leairi Olympia .... ... June is July 6
Arrive Tacoma •' 16 •• C
Leave •• •• 16 «• rt
Arrive Seattle " 16 •• 6
li«avs " i •• 16 1 " c
Arrive Port Townseud •' 17 •• 7
I<eave " " •« 17 •• 7
Arrive Departure Hav " 17 •' 7
]>*ave '• •• •« pj ♦ 9
Arrive Victoria •• 19 •• y
I.eave •• «« •• jo*
Arrive San Francisco ♦« '>4 "It
NOTE —'Passengers from Portland will make
connection at Victoria with Steamer City of Pan
ama for San Francisco.
Steamer* leave San Francisco at 12 M., and
from Victoria at 1 o'clock P. M.. er on arrival of
Mail Steamer from Puget Sound with Portland
passengers.
Time Table for Steamship " DA
KOTA."
ro«TN— SA* FRANCISCO TO OLTMPIA.
Leave san Francisco. ifcly
Urivs V; tons ** J24 14
L*ave •• •• J4 «• 14
Arrive Port Townsend •• 25 "I*.
leave « •• •• 35 » j 5
Arrive Seattle •• 25 - 15
Arrive Tacoma '• 25 " 15
" |; " 25 •• 15
! Olympia |j " <0 " 1«
•.. ■»I%~OLTVKIA TO HAN ra*xcisco,
1 rave lUympia ~ 77 June 27» JnTy~l>
Arrive Tacoma 1 •• 27 j •• 17
I-eave " •• 27 ♦ " I7t
Arrive Seattle •« 27 i •• 17
l eave - M 30 f «• 18
t Arrive Port Townsend •• 29 ; '• 19
i I<esve •• •• 29 •• 19
Arrive Victoria •• 29 ! •• p.#
I>eave •• •• JQ •• •»
\rriv« San Fran. is.'.' It.ly 4 "24
Nora— 'Steamer leaves Tacoma for San Fran
cis< oat .*• T M .or on arrival of tram with Port
land passenger*. -Steamer leaves Olympia at
12 M
TICKETS —Through Coupon TkkfU will I*
ik Id b* the ilifftfii! Tr*n*|i<r:*Mnn Giup*r.u*
i»» S®n PVsnotai'o : ttir« Coupon. will I* good on
Pug«'t Sound M*il st**in»'r fmc T*rous» to Vic
toria.
Tin** Ti. ket* *ro good only for the Steamer
the* »r* puM>u«J for. *n»l «rt> not transferable ,
*lll if . J?« jt>M t'j any < ih*r perfc'n than the party
wb ■ >** nan.* they b«-ar. will be refused and full
far* collected.
For Passat" and apply at Ticket and
Freight offi «*. Corner FIRST and BRANNAN
-TKF.ETS For Tickets only, at MoSTil* >M
KHV STHK ET >au Francisco.
V P. BATON. General Agent.
OTIS FIiEEMAN, Agent Puget Sound.
Seattle. W. T
fllE STITE IHI
INSCIiAXCK CO.
Flro ct? Marino.
Cash Assets, - - $480,000.
Principal Office. No. 409. California St-
San Francisco.
P» rra Dojumt, Pr*»t., A J Bsiaxt. Vice-Pr.
Claui H Ciaauw, Secretary
A. I*. MUTAI.I%<i. Jt A^nti
'>'» 3 •**%« and *»»t j rtoa, Portland, crefua.
FIRST-CLAM SOLICITED
C. C. Perkins. Agent.-
O I' I' I ( C B N:
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
1776. PROGRAMME. 1876.
OF TUB
Slffl HlTffll tttIJTII!
* T . „
Seattle, July 4th, *76.
National Salute of Thirty-eight
Guns at Sunrise.
10 A. M. - Rowing anil Sailing Re
tratta.
12 M —Centennial Salute of 100
Guns.
2 P. M. —Fonuation of Procession
<»n Occidental Square.
ORDER OF PROCESSION:
FIRST DIVISION Pioneers of
Washington Territory.
Marshal and aids.
Band.
Colors.
President and Chaplain.
Orator, Reader, and Poet.
Invited guests.
Vice Presidents.
Major and City Council.
Car of Liberty.
Singverein Society.
SECOND Drvjsiojr— Band.
Masonic Lodges. 1 *
Order of Odd Fellows.
Fore»ters.
Good Templars.
St. Patrick's Benevolent Associa>
tion.
S. P. L. Association.
Seattle Coal Miners.
Ronton Coal Miners.
Talbot Coal Miners.
Ship Carpenters and Caulkers.
Sailors.
Seattle Fire Department.
Citizens on foot.
Citizens in carriages and on horse
back.
Line of March—Up Second street
to Main, Main to Commercial, Com
mercial to Mill ; Mill t© Front, Front
to Cherry, Cherry to Third, Third to
Marion, Marion to Fourth, thence
to the University Grounds.
ORDER OP EXERCISES —Music.
Prayer by Chaplain.
National Hymn (America.)
Reading of the Declaration.
Music, (Hail Columbia.)
Original Poem.
Choral.
Oration. - ,
Music.
AMUSEMENTS AT THP UNIVESITY
GfiouNrs.--Foot Races, Sack Races,
Wheel-harrow Races, etc.- -
Salute of thirteen guns at Sunset.
Fire works on the Bay at 9:30 p. M.
Grand Ball on the Plaza, free to
all at 10 p. M.
T. S. RUSSELL,
Marshal of the Day.
P. S.— societies and associa
tions desiring to join in the proces
sion are requested to so notify the
Marshal by th« morning of the 3d.
Seattle, June 20th, 1876.
FOURTH OF JULY SUB-COMMITTEES.
ON RKCXPTlOM—chairman, B. Gatzert; Judge
Lewie. Hen. A. A. Denny, H. L. Yealer, J. R.
Robbina.
ON FINSNCK A*l» AalUNOiMEirrs— Chairman, B.
Gatzert, John Leary, John Colliaa, Cept. Q. D.
Hill, D. Kellogg.
ON M MR— Chairman, W. Meyden Saner; W. H.
Pumphrey.
ON AXI NKMXNTS— Chairman. J. S. Anderaon; O.
Kellogg. F. S. Russell, W. Meydsnbaner, L. Reinig,
O. V. Calhoun, 8. P. Coombs, B. Murphy.
ON RF.OATTA—Chairman, Dr. Sparling; Captain
Wlniior, Capt. S. Jackson.
ON MILITARY AND P*O< asaioN—Chairman, Capt.
O. D. Hill; Col. Jeukina, Dr. U. V. Calhoun.
ON DSCOBATTOS—Chairman, A. W. Piper; O. W.
Hall. T. H. Stringham, W. H. Nhoudy. W. O.
Jamieaon. S. C. Harria.
ON PaiNTreo-Chairman. W. H. Pumphrey; O.
A. Weed.
ONFIBK WORKS— Chairman. A. W. Piper; W. H.
Pumphrey, J. Sullivan, W. Meydenbauer.
YESLER'S HALL
SBATTIiB.
For a Short Season only, commencing
Wednesday, June 91
THE FAMOUS
MAGI'IKE'S CALIFORNIA
Minstrels!
\
From Maguire'S Open Hone, SM rnactico,
CHARLES M. ATKINS Muii^r
I
The Mouarrhs of Minstrelsy,
WM COUHTRIGHT. CHAS. REED,
JAMES MACKIN. FRANK WIL.
SON, ERNEST LINDEN,
J M* KORCROSS.
Mackin find Wilson,
The gr *•!#■«( Rong and Darce Cl< « Artists in th*
World.
Our Matchless Quartette.
Mr FRED.M. WALZ. r. J. M. KORCRO9B.
Mr. J. M. DAVIS. Mr. E. M. LINDEN.
A»J a Large tad Efflcleot ORCHEST&A OF
Picked Musicians.
Charge of Programme e*rh Erenlag.^g
MATINEE SATVRDAY AFTERNOON
PRICES OF ADMISSION :
Dresw Circle szui Parquette 11.00 ; Children,
3,1 »*nta : Reserved Seats 25 cents extra. Can
be *»•.-tired al the " Ototto " Ctrfar S.oi*.
WASTED
A PARTNEA WITH A
Capital of SI,OOO
I& a profitable masrufarturtc* bna>ri—a in this city.
Address •« Wsn»i'»-"tTjr»*r " p.#t •►flk-r. Seatti*.
W. T. >sl* tr
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SPECTACLES AND USE DOWN'S M AGIC
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It cures amwotked. weak. watery. DW eight
eyes. and other eye diseases. Thi* Selv* is pre
tented to the public with the assurance of ite efii
cecy Mft curative jf most DIMUM of the Eye,
such ftft acute t hemic 1 a f! animation, whether in
duced by scrofulous origin or otherwise : weak
ness or defect of vision. diminished tone of the
optic nerve, or a diseased fttftte of the tissues ccn
st;tuting thftt delicate organ ; also, for all person*
wb«M vocation requires an incessant action of the
eyas, the Eye Salve will act ft* s chanu in restor
ing a uniform, healthy action, when weakness,
pain and misery may have long threatened a fatal
termination. Sale by all the principal
druggists. Price fl.oO. H. DOWNS.
W. P. DRUJ.TT, Agent.
TESTIMONIALS :
Ma. Dew*, Seattle. W. T.:
Dear Sir—l have had sore eye»fur eight months
or more and have tried all eyewater* and aahres,
and in fact everything I could think or hear of.
but found no change in my eyes, until by chance
got one at your boxes of Magic Ere Salve, which
I am happy to aay did ita wurk to perfection, and
can recommend it to the world.
OEOROE L. MOCHEL.
Hunu, W. T., June H. 187#.
MR. Downs :
Dear Sir—l have been troubled with sore eyes
for tome time past. Was induced to try your Eye
Salve and found great relief thereby. 1 can rec
ommend it to the public.
Eeepectfully yours,
A. H. JONES, Engineer Steamer Zephyr.
Ma. Downs :
Dear Sir—That others may be benefited I make
this statement. We had a young girl living with
us last year, whoee eyes had been sore for seven
years. Physicians exerted their skill, but with no
Krmanent success. I purchased a box of your
e Salve and she used it on her eyes for a week
or ten days, according to the directions. I was
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er. Isi m erely mom mend it to all who are af
flicted with near-sighted, weak, aore or inflamed
eyes. MAKTIN MONAHON.
Money can be sent by mail in Registered Letter
or by Post-office Order, and the Salve will be sect
by return mail. Write legibly your address.
Address, H. DOWNS,
iel'J-tf Seattle, Washington Territory.
DEXTER NORTON & CO.,
BANKERS
SEATTLE, W. T.
;
DEPOSITS RECEIVED AND AC-
counts kept subject to Check or Draft.
t Interest allowed on time deposit* from date
I of deposit.
Sight Exchange oo Portland, San Francisco
sad New York.
Money Loaned on approved security;
Bonds, Stocks and other valuables received on
; dep-sit for safe keeping.
Coriectloas nudt and proceeds pmnpUy
i MittM.
luimoituto in Heal Rstsls aad other prop -
erljr made fo t arties.
EENTON
COAL COMPANV
Freai«leul— 8. A. SANDERSON.
Hwretorj- F. H. HENDERSON,
PaniciFAZ. PLACE or BLKIKUM :
| 010, EAST STREET, SAN FRANCISCO.
LOCATION or Woaaa :
BLACK RIVER. KINO COUNTY, W. T.
IMIIB COMPANY IS SELLING A BCPE
RIOR ARTICLE OF
i
COAL AT $6 PER TON,
1 And furnishing Stockholders eoal, sa per atip.
n 'aliens, st the rate of
Four Dollars per TON.
Apply st the Offlce of th# RENTON COAL
| CO. on Commercial Street, Seattle, W. T.
SEATTLE COAL
-AND
| TRANSPORTATION CO
Principal place of Brniam, Man
Frsarhes, fat.
location or Works, King 4 ounfj.
Hathlnglon Territory.
This Company ta now prtpared to furnish
Superior Quality of Coal
i - •
111 QUANTITIES TO SUIT !
u rm? mcz mm A. ■ 9
For Sale, at Low Prices !
Apply at ths- Offlce of THE SEATTLE COAL
k TRANSPORTATION COMPANY.
Seattle. November 7th. IH'i.
A. MACKINTOSH,
Notary Public and Conveyancer,
Real Estate and Tax Agent.
Has s complete Abstract of Titls to sll Lands
in King County Will attend to ths puivha*« and
sale of Lands anywhere on Pujjet Sound Special
attention paid to Transfer of K*-al bttu- and
Paymaster Taxea. Patronage aolicitrd and aatia
fst-tiou guaranteed.
Office m Hill etret-t. nearly uipesite the- •Oc
cidental Hutel."
FOURTH OF MY.
Bide will be received for the building of a
4TB or JILT HATTOBB
Ustil noon, Jan* Jwh. Spec i&csti'na can be
see* at
JOHN 8. ANDKRSOV.H,
Opposite Y~s let's Hal?
MISCELLANEOUS
BUY
YOUR
GOODS
me
B
5
0
SCHWABACQER
6
S
0
THEY KEEP THE LA EG EST
ASSORTMENT,
I 7
AND SELL
CHEAPER
THAN ANY OTHKK
(HOUSE
IN THE
I
TERRITORY
!
■B «» J*TP IV
for
Sale or Hire
Apply at'
: Robinson's Ship Yard.
Parties can be supplied with row or aall boat*,
wi >rwkt*i»tt an iii< barge.
Wm. W.ROBINSoN.
I
1
GRAND
CENTENNIAL BALL
IN
Yewler** Hall.
ON
Tuesday Evening, July 4th.
Under tho management of
T. BROTHERHOOD aud C. O. STEINWKG.
TICKETS, SQ.
LIVERY STABLE
Cor. of Mill & Second Streets
(Oppoaite Occident*] Hotel,)
SfcATTLE. W. T.
W. H. BOW, Proprietor.
HORSES, BUGGIES, CARRIAGES.
WAGOySand SADDLE HORSES
Kept for hire Hor sea bought and aold. Hay
and Gram. of a anp«»ior ijua'uy, alwaya on hand.
UT Sta«ea fromhla stable eennect twi< * a
day with the I,tk* Waiihingt .n Ktean.er for thn
Seattle Cenl Mine
F* FARM £
or
ISI ACRES
F or §ale
Situated about two n.ilea from the rity of Port
Townaend Jeff<-r»>n t unty. The county road
leading *> Port l»l*c«>T« ry Mill, Chii:.a«t>oni bay,
an 1 Port Lndlow Mil] jriuiright through the fariri!
(>tie hundred acr»a und< r fen.-e, f* i or To for cul
tivation. »> acrea in r»»l clover and d ing well-
Plenty of water, a tMernof .*>,<**) galhxia, a
pond and aprinj;
A good two *tor> houa* by t*. barn, atable,
»LM* and <>ther nece»<e*r} building.
A good orchard 12 year* old, with MO tre** #,f
varioua kind*.
Two good milch e<w«, farming tool*. two
food hone team*. etc., et*\, for aa'e if wanted.
The land with all Its ImpmnneiiU, will
be » Id for «©m-thing Ira# Than r.l . ■ m per'a -r»-.
if applied for soot*.
Title, U. 8. Patent..
Ft«r further particular* apply at th<« office
or at th« houM of
T. M. MAMMOJCTV on the pwn.lae*
MISCELLANEOUS.
GO TO
Bean & White's
DEW GROCERY STORE.
OS Flu NT STRF.FT. xf rim want the
Worth of your Money.
Ther ieep a large an.l "plenata ttock of
Groceries
v . 3
School Books. Statioam
AND NOTION'S.
A nil are th«- only bun* in A+attie vW< M
<'*Q |!ft the
Allien Dried Apples, Pears,
Plums, Corn. Onions, Etc.
They *l*o k»*«i> conatautly on haai
Choppetl I\'J, ytuhUimj*, £Aorti,
Bran, Whrat, Oats, Etc.
STEAMER !?,
Fanny Lake,
J. a HILL? Master,
Win l*av»» fc-attl* for
SNOHOMTBH CITY 1
Every Thursday, and Return*
ins on Saturday- Stopping
way at all intermftiiate r^iulin^o.
J. A. McpHEE, 1
Wholesale and retail dealer In . *
(ictus, MM, nrs,
•lid
OUTIaJEIRY. *
*/"Call and examine my gooda at Firaka
k Clark'# Store, Commercial Street, Seattle, W. T
T. P. FREEMAN I
Has jiiKt removed to bia new aV>ra on Mill Mmi,
OpjH>kite Occidental Hot.-l, where
AXYTIIIXG 1* HI! LHfB,
AS GOOD A 8 THE BEBT AND
CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST:
*#*Can henceforth be procured. , , ,
Tag Crotto?
SALOON,
Mill Street. Seattle, f. T. ; ;
»*.» J
ALGAR £ NIXON Propiut««
MERCHANTEXCHANSE
Saloon
• »• - < ;
05 MILL STREET BSAITLS, W. t, a
The Flnaet
WINES, LIQUORS & CISAIS
Constantly tu -
P. RIGBEY Proprietor.
Northeni Pacific Railroai, h i
ciflc DiTision.
mm*
KALAMA TO TACOXA,
DAILY, (BUSDA YS EXCEPT BIT). r
lsAtk uini
Kalama 11 OO A.M. Tare lua 3<»P.M« • V
Tacorsa 7<W a. m. KaJaiua
Connection* :
At Kalama with O. H. X. Co.'a b..ata for *9 '
l>oiuta on the Columbia river. At Tenino wlw S
for Olympia.
At TACOMA with Htcaiuer* for Seattle,
pia and all other point* ou Paget Sound.
On Saturday and Wnlneaday at # a. *- *"■
»teamer» for Port T» wnaend. Victoria. K»n»l"fr
New WfatiuiUkter and Fraaer River. &**
Conne. t.in with Pa< iflc Mail Steam»hlp Co®»
pan>'• *te«ii>eni trt-monthly fr< m VictoriatnS* %
Franc taco» I t
Through fare from Portland t< San Francisco*" -
Cabin It) VO j Nlferagf §!»••
Through Ticket* for aale at the office of th*o
8. N. Co.. Portland. Or. J. W. SPKAiiVt.
Oeneral Superintend"#*
II W. FAIBWEATHEft,
Jiin;i general Ticket Ag«»t»
•OFFICE SALOON,
Lav/rence & Perkins, Propr**-
MILL STREET. SEATTLE.
lU\ ing pur< haiM I the old stan 1 a>> '-""if *3?
by urilE LoWE, on Mill Street. opp-*ite\cafc"
mill, r«»-*ttlr, W. T., (now kn>wn a* tha oFFlv*
HAIAHJN and fitted it up la nr*t-. laaa
ar<- now i re pare* i t»> furni»h our frlenda and
public g»u* rally with WIMJti ORS
UAK.S of the f.n< nt branda.
Wf ha\<- a BTI.I.IARD T\BLI- (
aeveral
M*rirate kl Vinb Rot***'
i f'<r tha a<'« "uiu»o<!*ti«»n of cur patron*.
LAWRENCE* HSDf
I t>l.t Golden, J B. Cutter k Oalne#' Old
| ta. e. Kje Whiakyt. Thre»- sur Iler.n-*cJ
i Marl*] ItrstKlr c« » *t«ntlT in

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