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TEE DULY BTILLIGHtCIR
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DAVID HIGGINS.
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Per axis tub. SI«.M La ad ruxv.
THE WEEKLY IXTEIJ.IUEIf El.
TbU old popnlar joarr.al <.f Wcato-ro Waah
laftcn, vt«L th* largo*? rtrrsiaUoe of at* 7 Parser
lu It* Tirrttorr, liimbliilH *rrrj sunmty
Tatm*: Tare* Dalian i»»r Mi l
aotn. In ad rat * . </*b*raia», ll.oa.
■r. M. WARD Is our July a«tkoru*d
Aeaet for *k» DAIE.T IXTELUVRXfER.
arlth «baa arrac«»m#oU be aa»!« ?»r tta
delivery urrkm it U» rttj «ad at i:S»m«
Parts aroaod tha S"-ii)d and V> whom \-myn*rcU
oa amocnt of anbarflf>ti*&* tbwv , n»aj b*
mmU.
Seattle, Friday, lis# 2.1, *76.
COL. A. B. BTEINBERGER.
During the war a body of troops
was raised partly in California, for
parade service on this coast, styled
the ** First Regiment of Washington
Territory Volunteers." Its redoubt
able commander, Colonel A. B.
Steinberger, we understand, has been
figuring of late as a kind of Head
Mogul or Premier among the Fee
jews, of the Sainoan group. In this
capacity he has roused the hostility
of the British authorities, who domi
nate in New Zealand and the neigh,
boring islands of Australasia, and re
gard with uneasiness the encroach-
meat* of American influence in that
quarter. A serious feud appears to
hare resulted from the collision.
Steinbcrger claims to be backed by
the American authorities in his meas
ures, but a British man-of-war is ly
ing by to dispute his claims to the
last.
In ret]M>nse to a petition of foreign
residents of Samoa, Steinberger was
arrested and deposed by H. B. M.
Bhip Barraconta, on the plea of ar
rogant usurpation of dictatorial low
ers and demagoguism among the na
tires. He, however, claims to have
acted strictly in accordance with in
structions, and exhibits documents,
from the Department of State, com
missioning him as Special Agent of
the United States to the Sanioan Is
lands.
We, of course, are too remote from
the scene of contention to be able to
pass judgment on the merits of the
case, but 011 general principles, the
sympathies of his countrymen in
Washington Territory are with our
gallant, erstwhile generalissimo in
his efforts to maintain the A merican
prerogative in the islands of the
South Pacific.
TELEGRAPHIC
ciuitaiu.
HAN PfcAXctaeo, June 20—Hailed
Bark Gen. Cobb, Beabeck; Str Dakota,
Victoria and Port Townssnd; str Golima,
Panama.
Arrived—U. S. str Baco, Yokohama.
SANTA AM A, Jane 20.—Constable
Tithinall «u shot «od dangerously
voondad it sbout 5 o'clock this evening
by a desparado named Minores, while
attempting to arrest him. The tall
entered the inside of the thigh ju«t be
low the groin and rangrd downward,
passing out just above the knee. Min
or es being on horseback at the time
easily escaped. A posse is now in
pursuit. Tithinall, though faint, is
qaita easy.
BAH FBANCISCO, June 20.—United
Btatso deteetive Finegroes this morning
arrested Herman Harris, at Mohawk
▼alley, in the northern part of the
State, as a fugitive from justice from
Charleston. * Misnsouri, where he
was a merchant. Ho is charged
with being a defaulting credi
tor to the amount of $90,000. He has
applied for a release on a writ of AS&M*
corpus.
At 0:30 this evening O'Larey com
piste*! his hundred and sixty-second
milt, and the amateurs were thirty -one
milee ahead
VmatxtA CITY, June 20. —1t Is now
climated that $40,000 will cover the
loss of yesterday's fire. John Sharlcy. a
miner, working in the Con Virginia
mine, was very l«adly burned while en
deavoring to ware his trunk. He is now
lying at the company'* hospital in a
critical condition. The general opiui<m
is that the city w<wld liave l>een
destroyed but ft r the new city water
%ork* Thieve* were very active dur
ing the fire and got awaj wjth a pH*l
deal of plunder.
KAfTKXX STATU
ST. Lo l it, June 19.— Wui Foster
who murderad an unknown colored
man in Warns county, last August, was
banged at Warreotou between 7 and t»
o'clock this morning. Foeter had two
trials, and was convicted each time.
WA*«IKOTOK. June 2o —The Trthnnt't
Washington c*>rrcp«»ode®t draws a
Martling picture of what may l>e the re-
Milt If Ihc appropriation bill i% not final
ly paved by both Houses in less than
ten day*. The features are that our
minister* and ron«ul« abroad will be re
called, the army annihilated and the
pxtal service stopped
Blaford Wilson. solicitor for the
Trea«*xry Department, wnt in !» - r»-ii;
nation to-day.
Treasurer New ha- written a letter
of resignation. to take effect fr.>m July
I*4. and will hand it t->?.he Pn-id»r.t
tolav
CoKCORb. N. H, Jnn* 20. —E. H.
Rollins, Republican. wa* today el>-ct i
U b. Senator.
Cflicauo. June 20. A Ti -et Bis
raarck «[>ecial says reliaMe advice* fr m
Standing Ko» k Agency report at lent
3,000 Indian* banting, and that large
amounts of pelts are b» ing brought in ;
but the Agent and Indiana try t» dis
guise the fact a* to their young men
being absent No trace* of them are
reported by Black Hills parties, except
trails leading north. It is believed
they hare gona to Montana. Persons
well informed do not believe that the
Indians will attack any settlement ea.-t
of the Missouri river; but in cas«- of a
general Indian war, the settlement* in
Wyoming and Nebraska will suffer.
A train of sixty wagon* leaves Bis
marck to-morrow with supplier for the
Black Hill*. Train* are now organized
and will run regularly every ten d:ty*.
A very large party will leave July 4th.
Nearly all the Bismarck business men
have established branch houses at
Crook City.
NEW YOKE, June 21. —An explosion
occurred in Wolfs torpedo factory in
Greenville, N. J , this P. M. Two boys.
Louis KUM and Cfcas. Segel, were kill
ed. The following were injured : Dord
Arnold and Jacob Venclaf; fatally,
Lizzie Herman, Mossy Schulzer, Jobn
Hohenback, Henry Behern and Win.
Ounbert. The foreman was seriously,
and several others slightly hurt.
Cause unknown.
PHILADELPHIA, June 21. —The Cali
fornia building opened at 2 r. u. this
afternoon with music and speech**. A
collation was served about .'J o'clock
with a liberal supply of California
wines. There was a large attendance,
including many CalifornUns. The
large hall in the building was decorat
ed with California woods, which at
tracted much attention from visitors.
INDIAXOPLIS, June 21. —The Repub
licans of the sth congressional district
at Richmond, to-day nominated Gov.
Tom Brown by acclamation. The Re
publican Convention at Michigan City,
in the 13th district, nominated W. H.
Calkins.
NEW ORLEANS, June 21. J. I). Ed- !
ward Lanard, of Carroll Pariah, has '
been nominated for Congress by the He- j
publicans of the sth District.
j
WASIIISOTOX, June 21. —The Presi- j
dent has sent to the Senate a message :
nominating Senator Morrill, ofMaine V)
to t>c Secrnirry nf the f imwwy. Mor
rill has not yet accepted. He told his
friends to-night he had not yet decided
whether he would accept or not, but
even ; f he does he will not take the
place until after the appropriation bills
are passed. The commission of Morrill
was signed by the President this after
noon. This is noted it* being one of the
quickest executive actions of that char
acter that tins ever been con sums ted.
Mr. New this morning sent his resig
nation to the President as Treasurer.
Humors have been following one upon
another in fa-t succession to-day regard
ing further Treasury changes Resig
nations and new appointments have
been frequently mentioned. Assistant
Secretaries Hurnham and Conant were
l>oth reported as having resigned, but
inquiry shows that the reports are with
out foundation. Equally untrue was
the rumor that Commissioner Pratt had
resigned.
The /W# Washington dispatch siy*
it is thought here that Blaine will be
appointed to till Morrill's unexpired
term in the Senate. He will accept.
WASHINGTON, June 21. —Senator Sar
gent and Representative Page have called
on Attorney-General Tsft w itli reference
to the published report that he is pre
paring an opinion adverse to the Pacific
coast sentiment, and proposition on the
Chinese question Mr. Taft assured
them that thi* is untrue, and that on
the contrary his impressions, so far as
he has formed any, are all in favor of
the movement
WASHINGTON, June 21. —1n course of
thr d«l«tf on the *ilver bill to day, Sar
gent mid the trade dollars was at a
grenter discount in California than the
ordinary subsidiary silver coin. The
trade dollars were worth 90 rent* on
the dollar, while subsidiary silver coin
was worth 91 to 93 cent- There was
a g**m ral protect in th.it *eeti<»u against
the trade dollar. Sherman said he
thought $20,000,000 in silver coin should
be issued instead of $10,000,000;
though he did not want to endorse the
passage of the bill by offering that
amendment, he had no doubt the Ibm* 1
would agree to it He then submitted
an amendment to -tr»kf out $10,000,000
and insert in lieu thereof $20,000,000.
Sargent objects), and Sherman with
drew his amendment In doing to he
aaid he had no douUt th«? senator from
California would deeply r«*gret having
made objections. In his (Sherman'#
opinion there would be a want of
change in the country before the next
session of Congress. It would be a
mistake for us to adjourn this session
without providing for the deuiaud for
•mall change. He said i! the amounts
were inerKtwd to twentv millions the
re«u!t would be tb*t an enoraoai
quantity of «i!r» r wo:;! 1 K rt to
tba Pacific C a«t nf i droan
out all of the other cnmney.
Morton said be w all not -ppose the
bill, but he had g-r \v doubt* aU ut it-
propria? v. Silver v. as w.tth only •*!
ctnts. od tht do.ir. This -ill '. >oktd
lik'- »*yin£ t«» th- a ri! that '.-ar gr« *n
hackt an- worth ■ niy *»0 oentf, or that
we are g iug to redeem th> ai with
*iiv« r.
Ciijcaog. June 21 The re] -r- licam
hold a ratification tn tinir to nicrbt,
which vva- address-1 by H Silney
Smith, Km ry A. Stf-rr>, lira Ja«. R.
Root, Win Rork n.i<li tU r< Re- »!u-
tionn w.-re adopted warmly « ndor-n g
th» Cincinnati convention, and pledging
earnest labor for the success of the ticket.
The #j-eak» r* paid tribute to the
•tatestnanlike qualities of Gov Hayes,
and his modesty honesty and pr.md
record a- a soldier and citizen.
EUROPE
Versailles, June 20.—The bill em
powering Pari* to b>rn>w 24,000,000
franc* to complete public work* pa««ed
the deputies.
KAGUSA, June 20.—Reports have
been received from authentic sounds
stating thnt Prince des
troyed the town of Allapusa and killed
two hundred Turks.
i It is reported that the Prussian Cham
bers have passed the bill unking Ger
man the official language throughout
the Kingdom. Polish members
were violent in their opposition to the
mea>ure, and were several time* called
to order during the debate.
IJONDON, June 21.—Paris dispatches
announce the death of I)uke George, of
Mecklinburg Strelitz
VIENNA, June 20.—Austria's demand
on Serria for crossing her territory
seems moderate and there is now no
question of the annexation of all of
Bosnia. Servia may offer to co-operate
in the pacific action of Bosnia in return
for a portion of Zworni« k on the Serv
ian bank of the Dwina and the rectifi
cation of her frontier.
It is asserted that the mother of the
late Sultan instigated Hassan to assas
sanate Aoni Pasha and furnished him
with all necessary information of the
minister's movements by means of spies
whom she employed for the purpose.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
Probate Notice.
IN THE PROBATE COURT OF KING COUN
ty. Washington Territory. In tLe matter of the
estate of Archyr « hyr Fox, desceased
Robert L. dixon the executor of the last will
and testament of aai<l deceased, having tiled iu
this Court his petition, praying that a decree be
ma<le by this Court distributing a&ul ehtat* iu ac
curl*u«* srfth ffie prrtvtiffrtnsor *ai<f will: «.t
--«erc l that all persona interested iti the said estate
be and appear in this Court, iu the office of this
Court, iu Seattle, in said county, on Monday, the
54th day of July, 187 C., at ten o'clock in the fore
noon, then and there to show cense why the
prayer of Hald petition should not be granted and
such decrse b.> made.
Ordered, further, that a copy of this order l>e
published f<<r fuur successive weeks before said
time of hearing In the WIKKLT ISTELI.IUENCER, a
weekly newspaper published in said county.
Psted June 17th, 1876. A
WALDO M. YORK. Judge.
KINO COUNTY. SR.
The foregoing is a true copy of an order of the
Probate Court, of said county, made June 17th,
1576, and entered of record.
|. H ( Witness my hanil and the *eal of said
\ ) Court, this 19th dav of June, l*7ti.
WALDO M. YORK.
Je2t-5w and ex-offictoClerk of said Court.
Probate \olice.
IN THE PROBATE COURT OF KINO COFN
ty. Washington Territory. In the matter of the
estate «»f john I), Closson. deceased.'
Rosweil Scott, ike executor de bonis non cum
testamento auuexo of sai<l< state, having tiled in
this Court his petition praying that a decree be
made by wud Court distributing said estate
among thoce entitled by law them to ; ordered
that all persons interested in «aid be ami
appear in this Court, iu the office of this Court, in
flattie, in said county on Wednesday, the 26th
daj of July. A. D 1*76, at ten o'clock .4. m.. then
ami there to show cause why the prayer of said
petition should not l>e granted and such decree
t>e luaiie.
Ordered, further, Uiat a copy of this. nler l>e
published tor four successive weeks before said
time of hearing in the W>:mt IvnuxioKNru, a
weekly newspaper published in said county
Dated June 17th, IK7R.
WALDOM YORK. Judge
KINO COL'NTT, S3.
Th« foregoing is a true copy of an order of the
Probate Court of said county, made and entered
of record in aaid Court on the 17th dav of June
1976.
J r e I Witness BIT hand and the seal of said
( u o t Court. June 19th. l*7rt.
WALDO M. YORK.
Je24 3w Jmlge and ex-officio Clerk of said Court
Probate \otirr.
IN THF PROBATE COURT OF KING COUN
ty, Wathingt -o Territory. In the matter of the
estate of M. D. woodin <ieeeased.
David T. denny the administrator of said
estate, having flied in this Ol>urt his petiti a
praying aruong other thiiiK* that a deer* e be n.ade
by this Court distributing said estate among th< *e
entitled by law thereto ; it is ordered that ail
p» rv ns interested in the sai 1 <»t»tr in- asiil ap
p>ar in this Court, in the office cf this C art, m
in said county, on Monday, the .'4th day
of July. A. D. l*7f. at 10 o'cl<v*k in the foreman,
then and there t<> th> w c«ua« why t!i* sai l •ststt
should m<t be distributed among th «e person*
who sha!l hare on or before that time proven
their r.ght thereto
Ordered, further, that a copy < f this order l«
published for fotir su. e«»iv« re 1
time f hearing M the Wum ISTI.UU .I S. tu a
weekly newspai>er published in said county.
Dated Jun. ltth. IS*5
KING COUNTY. SS
The fore*' ing is a true copy of an order of the
Probate Court uf sai l 1 unty, made ani entered
of reorrri in said Court, on the ITth dai t'f June
1»*7«
I* j ( Witm* my hand and the r< a. of said
') Court. Jane 17th,
WALDO M \OUK,
)e2t-£w Judge and es-offi--io f sa; 1 t urt
Pop Sale«
Cue-half intercut in ilu
WOUDKN BOW I. FACTORY.
tilTEIIll!. tUHIHiiJ.
•fulv 4t!i.
.1 7' I.A co.\ \o/,\ If. i.
EXERCISES OF THE PAY :
Reading the IX*c!.kr -.tion of Inde
pendence.
Music by the Geric.tn Band.
Oration,
A Strawberry Lunch provide! by
the ladie* of La Connor and vicinity,
free to all.
Boat Racing. Canoe Racing, and
H <r* R cing, and other amusements
in the afternoon, to rontlud * with a
GRAND BALL
In Occidental Hall in the evening.
M usic by Messrs. Cltrk, Upson A
Libby.
Price of Tickets for the Ball, $2. <3O.
Price of Tick ts for Ball au.l Supper,
*4.00.
A cordial invitation to the public.
By Order of Committee.
i, JJ, imjMM
Does all kinds of
House and Boat Painting, Kal
yomiimig, Lettering and
Paper-hanging.
TERMS CASH.
HI I OP ON COMMERCIAL ALLEY.
(ALIFORMA HOIS!:.
Mill Street, 1 Door from First Street,
Seattle.
H. FITZSIMONS, Proprietor.
House Newly Furnished mi'l UiTitted.
Beds, 25 cts. Meals, 25 Cts. Board
and Lodging, $6 Per Week.
YESLER'S HALL
SEATTLE.
For a Short Season only, commencing
Friday, June
TIIE FAMOUS
MAGUIItE'S CALIFORNIA
From Maguiro's Opera House, Sail Francisco,
CHARLES M. ATKINS Manager.
The Monarchs o! Minstrelsy,
\VM. COURTRIGIIT, CIIAS. REED,
JAMBS IfACKIN, FRANK WIL
SON, ERNEST LINDEN,
J M. NOHCROSS.
Wnckin and Wilson.
The greatest Song and Dance do,' Artist < in the
World.
Our Matchless Quartette.
Mr.FRED M. WALZ, r. J. M. NORCROSS.
Mr. J. M. DAVIS. Mr. E. M. LINDEN.
And a Large and Etti< lent oRt'HESTKA OF
Picked Musicians.
of Programme each Evening.
MATINEE FRIDAY AFTERNOON.
PRICES OF ADMISSION .
Dress Circle and Parquette 51.00 ; Children,
So cents ; Reserve 1 Seat* 25 cents extra. Cm
be ssr.ired at the " Or. tto " Ci„'ar St . re.
DANCING SCHOOL
ftlld
at:trd'iu Even in ;>' Soirces
Under luatiagenicut of
Profs. IJrotherhood A Steinwet;,
At
HEINIQ'S HALL
Classes for minor*, Tuesdays and Fri-
Adult*—Mondays and Thurs
days. S ;r.-«•- -Saturday ev«
Faualies takoti at reduced rates.
Ma >ic furnished for any ar.d ali o«."ca
«ior»s, at reasonable rates.
PONY SALOON.
Kept V-y
BEN MURI'HY
Corner Commercial and Main r.?.;, -;t.
the V. 8 Hotel.
'PHIS ;s the place t > ■*. ;t ! L» the i ner
» raan replenished.
Cigars, Tobacco, Wine-., and Liquors
Always on ham'.
battle, Vf T., M*r h 25, I<s.
W M Y«»RK Juige
MISCELLANEOUS
MI St ELLANEt US
A GEM
Wor:li Seeing,
A Diamond
Worth Ilavin?,,
SAYK Y( >UK *KYbS!
REST* Ri: VOI R SIGHT Tlir.OW AW VY YO! R
n VIVCLES WD rSIDOWS > MAGIO
KYE SALVE !
It cure* v- r» iked, weak. vat»ry, m.ir si>:!it
eyes. and ther eye as s. Ti:> i» L ,r °-
kbWJ t the public with the as-u?»r •' of its effi
cacy as » curative ut-st Dis-'as'"* of tat' Eye.
enc'h as juut* •-U r.ic iE?*icn.at:-.>n. whether in
duced by scrv.ftal ti« e-rigiu or «tberwise ; weak
ness or defivt of \isit. a, diminished t ne of the
optic nerv, . t a ?tat< of th< «n
that delicate organ : al»>\ for all
whow» vueati.ui r*-«|nire- an in- c— iant action of the
«-yt*. thf I'.yc Salv will a. t a* a thann ia rt-st-'T
ing a unif r:n, a.-tion, when wakiioss.
paiu aud nij-» ry n.sr hav« thr< stt-nttl a fatal
! nninati a, B-/"Kiir --ale bv all the principal
dmggiat*. Price ft.oo. H. DOWXa,
W. P. DRUITT, Aarent.
TESTIMONIALS :
Ma. Ddwxs, Seattle. W. T.:
Dear Sir—l have 5 ;b»tc eyes for months
or more and have tr i all eye *rat> r* aud calves,
nd in fact everytbi I could think or hear of.
aut found no chang »my eyes, until by chance
l>ir>t one »f your b* >of Magic Eye Salve, which
I am happy to i its work to perfection, and
cau re>. immem tt he world.
GEORGE L. MOCHF.L.
"*K.» lt, W. T., Juno IS, I>TO.
MR. LHnY>- :
l>ear Sir—l have I n troubled with sore eyes
for s me time past. Vas induced to try your Eye
Salve and found great relief thereby. I can rec
ommend it to the public.
Re«]*vt fully yours,
A. 11. JONES, Engineer Steamer Zephyr.
MK. DOWNS :
Dear Sir—That others may b< benefitt d I make
this statement. We ha.i a young girl living with
us last year, whose eyes had been &ore for seven
years. Physicians exerted th» ir skill, but with no
permanent success. I purchased a box of your
Eye Salve and she used it on her eyes for a week
or ten days, according to the direction*. 1 was
astonished to see the work it had done. (Her
eyes were cured.) My wife and I us«\l it; it
freshened the sight and made us ten years young
er. I sincerely recount.end it to all who are af
flicted with near-sighted, weak, sore or inflamed
eyes, MAUi'IN MONAHON.
Money can be sent by mail in Registered Letter
or by Post-oiHce Order, and the Salve will be st iJ
by return mail. Write legibly your address.
Address, 11. DOWNS,
jel'.'-tf Seattle, Washington Territory.
DEXTER HQRTGEs & CO.,
BANKERS
SEATTLE, W. T.
DEPOSITS RECEIVED AND Ac
counts kept subject to Check or Draft.
Interest allowed on time deposits from date
of deposit.
Sigh* Exchange on Portland, Sun Francisco
and New York.
Money Loaned on approved security;
Hond-i, Stocks a::J other valuables roewfed ou
dep--it for -nTe keej in ,'
Co.lections made and pr.»e eeds promptly
reuiteoa.
Inv?.-:n:»>nts in ileal Kstnte and other pr »p
oitj made f• eit'icd.
RENTON
Pmidont"* S. A. SANDERSON,
Secretary—F. 11. HENDERSON,
Pkisctval Pi.ack or Business :
CIO, EAST STREET, SAN FUANCISCO.
LOCATION OV WOBKB :
BLACK liIVLK, KING COUNTY. W. T.
lIIIS COMPANY IS SELLING A SFI'E-
I lilOK ARTICLE OF
COAL AT $6 PER " ON,
Aihl furnishing St holders c< al, »i* per
11 Vd« tiF, at the rat
Four "D lars per TOjST.
Apply mt the fli cf the RENTO.N COAL
CO. on Commei ial droet. Seattle, W. T.
SEATTLE COAL
AND
TRANSPORTATIONCO
Prim ij»»l jtlts t el San
Frttise'^fo.
Locution of VVot'k l *. liinjc County.
Vj Tfi'ri tory.
This Company is now prepan <1 to furnish
Superior futility of C'oal
IK QUANTITIES 73 SUIT !
-W m. Jß r "* a z fS.IZ 'VL EI «)
For Sa'e, at Low Pricos !
Apply fat thf< OflW f THE SEATTLE COAL
k !1 \N »HTA"I ION >(- MP. V.
Sattl<. N vri.hcr7th. 1 *t.
A. MACKINTOSH.
Notary Public and Conveyancer,
Heal Estate ami Tax A
Has* complete Abstract f Title t. *ll Lan-1*
in King County. Will attei i t the pur nii^l
id*rfiindimyilwH >n l etSoond Bp ttl
attention pni-.l :> Trailer i: *»1 E»tit* an I
Payment of T «xes. pat: i.s.. >li ifed and -atis
fa- tin guaranteed.
Cffi > 11 Mill street, marly <>:•]>M-ite the "Oe.
Cidc!;til H iW."
WISCONSIN .1101 SE,
Mill Street, bctiVf u Ut and 2d,
Scattlt-, \V. T.
J. McCOWILIiF, Proprietor.
VAT E8 1I EA SONAfiLE .
BOOK & STATIONERY STOM
J©H3» L. J
x, \t *U>or to ScliwubachtT liros. «.t Co.}
COMMERCIAL STREET, SEATTLE, W. T. 1
SCHOOL AM) MISCELLANEOUS BOOKj
STATIONERY. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. AIBCM
77/ K CHOICEST CIGARS ASD TOBACCOS.
Subscriptions solicited for S. E. and Eastern PoriodW
A. "'eh as
fir
Sale or Hire
Apply at
Robinson'* Ship lard.
Tartios >-a:i Ve supplied with row or Mil koat*.
vri !• v IM i t inrhaiye.
WM. W. ROBINSON.
ORAKD
CENTENNIAL BALL
IX
Ye«!er% IB nil.
ON
Tuesday Evening, July 4th,
Under the management of
T. BROTHERHOOD end C. O. STEINWRci.
TICKETS, 83.
LIVERV STABLE
Cor. of Mill & Second Streets
(Opposite Occidental "Hotel,)
SEATTLE, W. T.
W. H. BOW, Proprietor.
IIORSKS , nva A //-:>, c.t ITNIA A KS,
WAGONS awl SAl)l>Lh' HOUSES j
Kept for hiro Horeefl bought and ftold. Hay
and Ore u, of a anterior quality, always on hand, j
i/" Stamen fromhis Stable ccnuect twice a
day with the Laka Washington steamer for the
Seattle Coal Minu.
iiiffines
Wholesale and Retail Dealer iu
CHOICE
O-rocfries,
Provisions
Hardware,
CROCKERY,
GLASSWARE,
FLOUR, FEED, ETC.
Imported and California
isr jl ix JE m 9
Foreign and Domestic
Liquors, etc., etc.
ALSO
Sol»? IVoprittor of tlio flowing
v.vl!-known Brands of Cigars
" Foster,"
" Xjlttlo EJcl."
And....
Priclc ol W. T."
C.v .HI iJoo/fs ijuu nuitccri
as represented.
a r . d« aver»d in the City free of charge.
Commercial Street, Seattle. W. T.
3. H'".
|~LffV • WL,TE bhaxcii
/ * (0 *" 1 4, meet*
f.very WEDNESDAY
EVENING at » o'clock
in the Ma*(tile uall <*ocux*.
.l theonl- r are invited to attend.
MISOKLI. A NKOUS.
GO TO
Bean &Whity
NEW GROCERY STOK
OX FRONT STREET, if toow^^*
II orth of your Monm
They kwp a larjfe and splendid at«|g
Grocerict
Srliool Books, Statin*
AND NOTION'S, g
Anil arc the only houM in Seattla % k
can get the
Alden Dried Apples, P<w *
Plums, Corn, Onions, At
They alao keep miutantly oa hoi
Chopped /*Vrf/, Middlimja, Sbt}
Bra-n, Wheat, Oati, Rte.
STEAMER |
Fanny Lata
J. S. HILL. Master,
Will leave Seattle for
SNOHOMISH CITY
Every Thursday, and IMai
i lie? oil Saturday Stopping*!
way at all intermediate I<andiap
J. A. MepffEE,
Wholesale aad tvUil dealer in
(KIRS, IWCto, TO
I l*Mi
and
OUT Xa £3 XIX.
•/"Call ami examine ray c<M>da at 7Mb
.V Clark'* Store, Commercial M treat. Seattk,!'
T. P. FREEMAN
lias juMt removal to his now ator* on MiBM
Oppoaite Occidental Hotel, vkar*
ANYTHING IX 1118 LIJVB,
AS GOOD AS THE feEBT All
CHEAP AS THE CHEAPBft
»yCan henceforth be procured.
The Crottc
SALOOI
Mill Street. Seattle, f.l
ALGAR * NIXON
MERCHANT EXCHANfi
Saloon
ON MILL STREET SEATf!** 1
The Fineet
WINES, LIQUORS & CIIH
Constant 1 )* ->n hand.
R HIOBKY Proprie"
Northern Pacific RailmaU
ciflc Sivision'.
KALAMA TO
DAILY, {SIMLA YS KXCi&
uAti I.
Kalama a. u m p^r'
Tacotua 7«> *. H. Kalaw*
Connection*: i
At Kalama witb O S. N\ 0u
jHHutH 011 the Columbia rim. » 1
Ktii'm fur Olympu, . -.«!*-OP
At TAOOMA with Kteamtre
I>ia aiul all othfr jx'i:.t» nt
Oli Saturday end \V«diiP*J»y ff
Ht« *im n» for I'i rt T wiiin'ii'l, View* j,
Sr\r Wentmizuiter and Frawr Ri yef '
Connecting with I'ai ittc Mail
pany'h uteainerH trl-uiontbly f p,m
Kraintwo, Woof-
Through fare from Portlat>i fc> "•* Jof§
Cabin *23 ©o !
Thrush Tl. kttn for -ale •'
8S •"»
If W. FAIHWFATHKH. %
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