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THE DAILY IRTELLIBENCER.
Monday. July 10 1876.
N r? f F. TO n« P 'ru< HnH'ioor,
M«v r Oat/ -t, Af S hi> . I • »}«i«
!• v. • p..-n re? r< * fita*. ni r!« to t 'u»
it ♦. t.tioti '.uk*'i with <!«• or the
r «*>f th'ir BAm*a o* - n them, i*
»ndi la-.M f r M >r, AO*itd 1» d:*-
tri!iit*d ar. 1 u»e«l todtv tj - n of * l i«
ndh rei.'s of Beruh Brown, for th#-
jiurpnaa of dividing op tbe vote which
w iuld oth« rwi« be given to Dr. Wrujd,
e*ch of the® ioetrnetrd u* to »tate
that tbe uae of their nam« A* candi
date* will wholly thai
they would not q ia!ify if elected; that
they oordiAlly endorae l>r. Weed, tl«e
< itizent' candidate for Mayor, and will
give him thair entir» support.
CITT 'JoP*ni Tbe rounei! met
? it.»rfav * «r®mn# to
adjouri.fr)>'t. On i tioal footing up of
the J.id* for tli- K r *J if !g of Fror t street
from JAUU"* to Pike, that of Mr. <*e«>rg»-
IviwArdt wa<* found to >«e the b»w«#t.
H<- »n a<-or»dingly a* ardrd tlw con
tr irt Tbe f't;iir»'* wer« IT I , c« nts j>*-r
rul»ic\ard fo* • nil**nkßMrnt», V» to •*»
<. i»t» jc r square yard f r tUb rribbh g
»n<| <i*» to *■'> e> »ita f«»r log crihbtfig |
'] h« total f <4«ni up to Aouiethitig ov> r
S]o,(KN). Ir wai ordered to H* l«>g
( ribbing inatead of Ordinar re
No. lit, relating to the procuring «»f
earth for filling* on Fr'- .t «itt*'«-t from
the xide atreet* wm» r-nd and pata* d
An ordinance »»« or«ler«.d to be drafte<l
for grading Mill atr»*«-t. A j»*tilu>i» for
oiMiong S**coud »tr«-< ? from l'ikr? to
Ht» wart atid for tbe contt ruction of a
hi h-Wftlk f>n tbe «a*» «id< of Second
♦.ti'-et froin Union to McWArt v» at read. !
Tbe part r' latiug to H»*cond
Street was and a tuhswaik
orderwl along «att tide of B«oi»od street.
from I'ike to Stewart. Petition was
r< a 1 and granted for a sidewalk, com
meiii'ing at the northeast ooruer of
I'ni'tii j»ml Sistli theno»* alon;f
the < artt tidw of Sixth felroet, to the
north side of Seneca, tbencc w«»«t on
north sidw n( Heiieta street to Fi><irth
The Mayor re|H»rt**l the bill amounting
to sl<ki H7 m favor of the University,
a* paid, and read a release from 11. L.
Yesler, of all CIAIIUS from «Aid Ye*ler
against the city for the rent of the jail
in said city or any other claimt in con- '
siei'tioU with said jail up to date. The
following bills were ofder«d paid
Philip O Ettttwick, eity fund, fll'.t
special fund, grading of Front ttrect,
421•'><><»; balaix-e on gra<le turveys,
$612.93; Ilenrv E. Hathaway, s2t>.6o. E.
A. "i'boiiulike, %'J «V>; ( Nn her, $1K.(»0. ■
The f bill* w«-r<' audittd by the
Finance Committee and ordered pan!
Seymour Wetniore, road work, .
Austin A. Bell, printing. ■'<», I
EiiKtice, Hj>e«tiiil jK>lire Ithtd July, day
and night, \N illiam I.nn .11.
J (!. Crosv, f,i, '>o. Jaiuct Hunt),
J> Moron*. $, 00. W. U Jotdan,
H. O. Thornton, ♦ iUibt-rt Mattt-n.
Sylvester Symons, $7.00, Sila*
Symont, S7.IN»; Philip McKi u/ie, "»0;
Jamt't Dunn, 111 June, f7.t* >; w.gg ins
A l'"V, hotel bill. ,IK). Adjouritid
to nwt n.-xt Tue««lay evening
Tut SroiiM Thry say t!mt it always
ntter a battle. Whether or nof
tin* artillery thunder* ol the ccuLetiniul
jubilee had any effect on the weather
certain it is that, though Heaven
-i ailed serenely on the ceutenuial
C« I»' ,% RATHMI, TU> it iu approbation and
favor, 'he (11(1 i>|' ihe week brought
with it a of unusual violence.
It wic* no rlct W nimincr sliowt r, but u
lieiny oh| fu*|/WHK*I r*m. that poured
down with a «ten 'f |*tui on >atur U\
Highland much on Suuday Yester
day afternoon tin- aud gutter*
were flowing with mudd 7 sifCßtu* that
would have Inrn quite in k» *P' IJ g with
Deouniber or Maroii The has
been to lay the dust ami fr<-d»t n up
law n* and garden* effectually, hut »"
to I*e feared that many farmer* liav?
had more or h is mown hay caught out
and seriously damaged
A CORRECTION.- -The amount of re
ceipts for money order# at the Seattle
post-office, for the first six month* of
the current year was ♦■T0.278 .*(». in
stead v( the amount stated Saturday
I his is equal t<> marly three-fourths of
tb» entire receipts for th»« whole of la>i
year. We urn d.» the c<xn|tari*ou to in
dicate the large in* tea*e in the business
in this department, itfil we are >;ratifi»d
t" note that the allowing is more favor
ahh' than it at flr«t *pi>ear*d.
HKVAM KU. The four sailors who
<1»»M rted from the Jcnnjr Pitt* had a
Waring last we. k before V S. Com
missioner Smith, by whoa* the* a*ra
ordered to rvturn to the vetac! Ou
appealing to tho District Judge. one
of them proved that he was a minor
aud was «tNis<<jueiit!v set at liberty
Ihe dwtsion of the C«»tuiDiaio(irr IR
the case cf the ether tillage *a» ton
fi IUJ rd
FTKK DRIM. Ihe Be*ttle Fir* IV lll
pany. "Always Ready, No I, were
• > t with th %ir engine, again, on Satur
day < veiling for practice. With fair
l ot ice and a good »uppiy of waf r.
t'tdjjy from the *t st with which they
I audled the brakes, that sn ordii iry
till » »m1»I nut s;«ud half » «hod ij/sinst
hi' 1 V*
t
I <■'' A .'i 4 i n de l uuprot n.'M.t
hv% U«OSI iniJo on North SMVIHI »tr > t
t'.tunu il ..rum anJ which
hithet' i h%s IK, u a nearly
smo IM,iu - h*\e In n dug along
th« side*. a:; I a goi>d r a>! » ,y throan
up in the ci-liter.
I'tie New J \tt. Bi u.t>t>,; rh> e*-
* tvatiuiis tV>r tht* j4il are aU-ut tv»:n
--1 h ;ttd t||- tt -U Ml Isyil g the
ftau.dvt) v. wiii U i » t > .1»\ The fir-t
v *' >v is to \f Iniilt of whit h
w 'fkiuen r.» now ii» dns-teg
f i the pur j < hw-
ANot ill i; -Mt A NV l'ij*r will
U a candidate t\:r flu* City Counol in
the Thirl W^rd
ARRIVAL G> nri PANAMA Tint
tV V:; r arrived Satr;rdAV evening,
%f* r a <i'* r.ti ti »t Pf»rt Town«ecl of
r • dir sn < ;i**q Mti(« of i ; loosed
■ r_* s Intirthj u>*t)tQUd the
P M *• H t'ottfiAajr, \if Mr* Phelp*,
who br -i(ht «ar to r» tiV.-r in
dvnag> . for i-sjun**s I y her
%*t Kt . frcm f«l ingthrugh A hatch
... ~ r { that ***##• Not Vir.g A l dc to
furnish th«* r'ssui«.t« rtoc.dt At Port
F-7wn«end where the WAS
• w%* brought up her* tn custody
, tbe T* «» M%'«h*l bond for
f' »/*si *A« j*rf«-rted, when «he »s«
r< .«■«•<•■!, And the next morcing early,
f>r .Vittumo en rov'* for >%n Fran
• !*■»> H*-r jas*»?iig#r« And freight for
ti :«).;•<< CAH)« Saturday morning o*l
the Klira And«r<w r! The following is
•li- P***»nger*—l!»nrr M»Ti-r»,
Mn A E Tuft ad cbud. *E E f oft,
John Uitc *4 Mis* Minnie Kftidricks,
Cap* W 15 «*. jrrnmr M.ss Nellie Em
! I-TMI Gov K !'. Ferry and wife. Jam.
Esn«-r. A Rudolph. O. Johnsoti, Mrs
Sheewool And two daughter*. J IIAUT ALT
A FUuraur, And 36 in the »t«fr»f
—A W MaU-n. K yd, Pon
cin it Voat ir, '.'AlligAU Jt ClArk. C H
lArriU t , Crawford
Harrington. D A W»kl«y, EC rVigu-
K Uigby. HAII A PAUISOH. Holu*«s
A 'JI <n\ I J < bapman, John Beasell,
Ja« Weir, .} But/. J L Jamieson. John
Latham, .1 A McPhee, Jen-«on A Vergon
J W Hunt, J F Morrill A Co.. Kauf
man «% Harri«, I, Wilbt;r, L C Harmon,
rd A Lynch. L K Ho We, L>awreie-e At
Pi rkin*. >! McAndrews, M Gomel, M
K. itb, M A Kelly A Co., M R Ma i
d T O Wi.*,n, PirikbAm A SAxe,
Kenton Coal CO. R Robinson, R B
Harry, SlorAh A Co., Seattle Coal Co,
Stetson Jit Po*t. S P Andrews, S H Mc-
Naughton, Toclas A Singerman, T W
Proah, WA Chong, W A Jennings, W
U Pumphrey, Wusthoff A Wald. Win
C'ancy, W H Mutco, Waddell Jt
Mle*
PROMOTIOM Tlie President ha* re
commended the following promotion*
to the Senate for « onflrmation Major
II (' H«»lgen to be Deputy Quarter
matter General, with rank of Lieutenant
Colonel; Captain <«<orge If We«'ks and
Wiliiam H AaMstaut (Quarter
mastern, to l>e Majors and (Quartermas
ters Major Hodges was an old pioneer
of Washington Territory in a certain
way He wan attached to the Northern
Pacific Railroad surveying and explor
ing expedition of Gen. (then Captain*
George B. McClellen, in lie was
the <|tiarterma*tcr of the party, and
while dix barging the duties c»t* that
|Ninition in transjxirting supplies from
Fort Steilac«>om to the field of operation
in the Yakima valley, in August or
September of 1*.»3, was interviewed on
the summit of the Nachess Pass, i»y a
former intimate ac<|uaintance. Major
ThwKlore Winthrop,the brilliant voung
author and soldier who dramatically
deseriben fc the rtns»nfre in tint enter
taining l»ook of Washington Territory
travel, tb< "Canal and the Saddle,"
which was published after Winthrop's
death at the bittle of Bethel in
\ irgmia.
TIIK llor MAUKET -Jjist week I'*.-
7m; pounds of hops were taken from
San Frarici»eo for Australia, and HI, I:I I
|>oun 1 were shipped East by rail. Sale
is reported of eighteen l*»les, «t twelve
cents a p «un«l. The San Jose IhiU/n-e
Sht*l of June 17th says: "The hop
prospect in tho Willow district is very
tlatterlng, and the anticipate yield
will be fully up to the *«*ason since
the fields were planted, the crop last
yc.-ir, although large, lisrely paid ex
p» »"», s, owing t » the depression of the
luarket. It i-. to be hojM d that better
pricts will l>o I'ff-iinl for the preMiit
<r »p Suuta t'lara cieinty will la» ahle
t'< tin null altuut 150,000 pounds of the
tamou* Willow tlrovo ho|»«, il no daiu
*>je u Mistainot! 'tween thif and har
\ «.sf —}'ot tlaml Journal,
THK KOI-RTH OV JULY -The (Vn
ti.'iiiiiel of American was
olwerved here yesterday by the closing
of placift of business and a liberal
supply c*f bunting. The ol*»er\-ance <»f
the holiday WHS very geueral. The
American Steamer (iussie Telfair, lying
in the hartior, b»-gau to fire a nation# 1
salute at uouti; but after six guns had
U *II discharged the harbor master
oid.T'sl tl M ' crew to desist, which th»»y
did We thfi k that if ever there was
an occasion in the life ol Captain
Nagle when the |MV»eoo* of cotton in
his ears would have b V* pardonable, it
was yesterday.— firitiM
IV The funeral of Mrs.
Collins took place yesterday aft/* 110011 '
and «as largtdy attended fiy fr«
and acquaintauoes. She was Imried .' u
th«' giavryard on the Duwamish river
A >\LOOX YOH HAUL—A first class
Beer Saloon in this city, doing a g<»d
bsiim*. is for aale, on account of the
proprietor's intended change of bu sines*
)rc t m at this Office. *
CHA*. I*. Dyer, of Smith's Island
!ight house, was married at Ooveland,
the 2nd uist., by R 8 Hathaway.
.1 P.. to M«*s Kiunia Lovejoy, of that
plac*\
t \\!»> Pijier h*» a
n.-velty in the >fi»k candy line which
ri .I- "!n76" in bright red letters
ill r« v. r broken, all the way through
RKE Lrxctl. Free lunch dailv at
the City Be» r <hardens, airnsr <»1" .'inl
ii>d \\ a*hiugt«Ml *tr«» ts.
NICK WEIRA.N, Proprietor.
KHS vI K A ho<is*i and two ini
provtd lots ir. IMI Town, chrap. In
quire on th«i pietui-es curlier «»f Wall
anil S**e«»cd »tieet*.
|,if Who can't affiled to dre«* up
i.os C« ito Schwabacber*# and g. t the
at**st s• y i<» t { <!ik Hats for sn
dollar*'
I f"* Mr Sevier is building a c«»ttjgH
Te*id«"t*ce on the S*.aith«i«t corz.er of
Nouth l int atid Fifth «tr»Ht.
BLKL) CA<->ES. —W. H ha*
rtveived per Dakota a large acd
fin«» assortment of bird •aifr»*«
W IT« H THE POUUP —ln Tie* of the
rep*-*! of the mji*trT U-ar. And the op
portunity th.it is n< w afforded f «r fnod
u'.ent v <ing. it bt boofd A 1! who
would pr« vest ii'.- jrU noting to
b* m hand at tb« po{!« to<lav With a
fair wpwfai f tte r ire Dr.
Weed will have near'.ya two thirl? i ?•
over fir wr. , bat. if the p lb &r<* n ?
closely watched, his election may t*e
jecpardiaed—f r, with A f» w mMe
exception#. Brown's nuiin reliAnrc t«»
day i* ap« n a C!A.«« of mru am
whom th re Are tci»res who would c t
h—itAt*: At Any fraud.
SCVMEE S HOOL.-—We lf»m that
M:ts liaoon witl op-TI A prirAte scb<> >1
in th« « «n!ra! school h'Hi«e to-day, to
r- r.tinoe during tbe S ttsoK-r rAcation
of th« Public h-b >oH. Thit will afford
ATI excellent nfportumty for tboae
parent* who l*wrt- to continue the edu
cation of their children daring the
Summer to place them tinder g«v>d in
teraction
Ix To*>'—Among tue «trAegcrs in
town on Saturday, were Dr J E P*-y.
ton At»i bride. trAveling on t htir wed
dirg tmir. Mr. FArrer (of Farrer Bros >
and ia*iv. and W. M. StAsrjjir, all of
Paleui, AIHI <ieo '"tai'pir of Albany,
Oregon. Tb« y wcut down on the Ar.r.ie
htewart iittettding to tike th" City of
PananiA for >an Krau< iacs.
Fok IHE 2l> WAKI>. —We are
author iced to announce an Additional
candidates for Couneiltnen, in tbe
Second Ward, the names of John Col
lint, Ea«i , M. A. Kelly and J It.
Rnbhms.
THE CITI/EX'B TICKET. —lu our
advertising columns will be found tho
nsinti of the different candidates on the
Citizen'* Ticket, boaded by I)r. Wetd
for Mayor.
tST Johu Iyury. Esq., present Coun
cilman for the First Ward, will
ported by hut numerous friend* for re
election to day.
vr Thomas Jackson, Esq., and Capt.
J. A Suffer n will I** indej»endent can
didates for ounciliui-u in the Third
Ward.
RF" For a good, cool glass of Lager,
go to tho Adclphia, opposite Yesler's
Hall
ty Workmen were engaged Satur
day refiaiutiug the Catholic Churcb.
THE CELEBRATION AT THE
FALLS.
FALL CITY, July .Ith, 1870.
Kl>. IxiKI.LIOEN'I KR This was the
happiest gathering we e\ er had out
here, in fact, a success in every respect.
Crowds «if people from the Lower Soo
qualruie came up tho day previous and
took up their quartan* among the
neighbors ucar the picnic grounds. On
the Fourth, all tho people from the
prairie and the settlers around the Falls
came to celebrate tho day. At 12
o'clock Uut'us Stearns, the president of
the day, called the assemblage to order.
Mr. llatter led in prayer. After the ,
reading of tho Declaration of Inde
pcndence by Mr. Stearns, owing to ihe
sudden illness of Key. Mr. McMillan,
the chosen orator of the day, Justice j
Janicke. of Tolt Precinct, was called
upon to deliver the oration. Messrs.
l*oyc« Ac Stearns followed, and Mr.
Harrington closed by a coat, humerous
speech.
I counted •50 persons on the ground
when the procession was formed, Mr.
Harrington at the head of the column
playing one of those patriotic airs dear
to the Americau heart, lead the people
to tables set cut, and supplied in a way
which reflects the highest credit to the
taste and generosity of the ladies who
hail the matter in charge.
A ehtir of ladies and gentlemen filled
the interlude with songs and national
airs. Towards evening the lovers of
the dance repaired to the school house
where dancing was kept up until two
o'clock. Other celebrations, no doubt,
have been more brilliant than our«, but
none more patriotic. J.
HOTEL ARRIVALS,
St. w RXOLAXD.
0 tjoivlwin, John I-aw ton, Port BlakP
ly: M McMabon, W Maddock*. White
river; J Farron & wife. MINI Johnson,
N Stargen, W Star gen. M Salmon, Sii
l«m; K Keller, J Cisco, Nebm»ka; W
Vhards, Col.; J«weph Parley, Abe
tiiu. *tfr#ui. Wis; S Bod en, A M Whee
ler Ne T ada; Oillm»n, R C Allen. K
Withers, Portlaud; B F Denniaon, Port
Town*end; B«td, Montana; O Bar- ,
krr, T Park *' r . J Down, .0 M*l«el*on, |
Salem; W W Noting, W J Bueasly. San
Fr»ncist«o; W City; A B ( a
tilo, Olympia.
AVERICAS norsß.
lii-o Williams, Port Madison; K f>
Sprey. Ijike Washington: Henry Foster, I
T Tall on, C P West, San Francisco; S
Millon, Olympia. J A MclKiuald, Coal
mines. Karnson Stokes, John Coyle,
Wm Bead, White river; A W Walker.
Benton. Charlea Fisher. Frank Sakey,
Port Townsend
D £ ED. j
WI*T-la Madisun. oa tte mamtßj cf th# |
-th m»t , Mrs Mirtr Aaaa Wt»t. wife of Philip
Wirt, 'J years auJ <f Bi>uUt*.
SEATTLE MARKET REPORT.
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SJUTTI-S. *'ULJ ». T*TF.
O A m Xrw Tort. tl.ltVs.
Currro.-y. L«rr. bajiuw. "» : n»llin<[, &
Tr»>te dr>U*r«, *5 . half dtritars.
tlamr Frostne«>
riour. R bbl I 7*
R tn»h<*t I 53
lUrley, -
Oats. -
lVlat.s«. " I J*
(Moss, •' I 2Aal aw
H»y R t.»o »*:'
Butur Kr»»h IU U Rffe iS#a3
>*** R doKD .*»
iVu»A«sl R Me Jfc J 01)
Cfeli s<rna, R 1 itt
TlanCt.» Knt, R tiaktl |
HAOUTT 18»*SRJ
lari .
Wool is
Hute»-OrMB. sal«l. *R«S . m!l* S !«m.
rn»st US raiu H *.~m
MISCELLANEOUS.
B U Y
YOUB
GOODS
!
OF
B
R
0
i SCHWAB ACHER
&
c
o
THEY KEEP THE LARGEST
ASSORTMENT,
AND SKLL
CHEAPER
THAN ANY OTHKK
H (U SE
XM THE
TERRITORY
|f. H. PI'MPHRIV,
4 , 1
;
Successor to
L
PUMPHREY
| j
—YOUNG.
iioohscllct' and
Stationer,
t» - I
j ' ;
■TIATOIJB. W. T.
THE SEATTLE
HOSPITAL
COXDCCTED BY
G. A. WEED, M. I).,
COMMjriCIAL BT.. BIT. lUIS - JACSftOK,
Seattle, \J\J • T,
ri-vj M>J,T TO* PRMBIHO W vNTH OF
|_ ri|t X on I'lid't B«>Qiid. !;"• ;ii
•■•■rfaruble r «ji»
Ai»i good car* ftt iuo4< r*te pric**. I have fitt« 1
up ft H«ptt*] *&««* «*'«ry eouTwaUmc* »n<l
r< lufurt will
11 itwwnd m>4 tXiiUul *nd at.
ttodtoc*.
We am to miU tia* ft jwnuftnrat institution
< aiul to wioul. *TTornu* to raoM of
JTUCTtSuE AND IXJrKIM OF ALL KINW.
' f< r.«t*nt!r o*cwrrta« U» tbe Saw Mill*. Coax.
aad Lcw«uiu Ca*w «arrotu: lia# w
SMtU« Mux <«n«r»Uy wltb t
IbUtww. aod n*** >c««MbU th*u auj
ij»t3« r |i<ißt,vc mru wt*b U»« <-* the*- aii*.
ulTanta***, »rt vin# pwunftl Mtd tb«wu#h
to it* <*nUrr •»« buiid up *1; In
•tit at km li*itftp«i>Mbl* l" *b' SICE ai-d I>l>A
m Fit w ho tm»« do kv n.<-», *r >l w rti y f Uwir
wtd tbfti of tb» Pnbi!
Tlm Hmi tui u In ft I ftt<l J.v
oftltty.. &Lil roc«-* n*«Uy M l cb**rf»]lj
Par f irth«f partid'jn. *PPI7 either >■ pw
! MS or by MKT k> „
a A. WEED M D„
f*bl»tf •m**k *■ T
Lost*
Oa tb* Fourth of JaiT. » • O»iJ Back>.
Tb« tedsr vtil b» libmity rcwar-ird tj leaving
ibtMßWftttbii^Ac*
*rftt»!«" Jul* ztt
MISCELLANEOUS.
THE An
JUST OPENED
the
FSHSS? iis M&WS
Fashionable Stock
or
DRY GOODS
DRESS GOODS,
FANCY GOODS
I.ail if > and Cents' Fnrnisliin* Goods, Men and
Boys' Qlotliiu*. Hats. Caps. Triiuks, Valises.
Ever brought to this eitv.
«/
Our stock has been selected bv ourselves personally, and knowing
the requirements of the trade, we feel safe in savini* that we have the l»est
selected st«H'k in this market, anil at low prices.
BOYD, PONCIN & YOUNG
I ,
Seattle Stone Yard !
•Mm Ia mm JkLeeittMi,
MANUFACTUREH OP
MARBLE MONUMENTS. HEADSTONE?. TOMBS
Also furnishes Sten<- for Building Furposrs. Cemetery Work of nil kinds exe
cute!. All orders promptly tilled and satisfaction guaranteed. lVr*on*
living at a distance t»y sending a description of what they
wish, can have TVnigns, Price#, Etc., out to
them to choose from.
; Shop on Crawford k Harrington's Wharf. SEATTLE, W. T.
IS7O. 1875
M. A. KELLY & CO.,
j
I DRUGGISTS IND IPOTUECIRIES,
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SJEATTIiEI, W. T.
Aa w« cart y the larK*st Ktorkof Drug*, Medicine, Perfumer!*#. kc., of any houae in town. w*
>'*u nff«-r tupeii >r tnda<enaeut« to tUr- trader* of th<> Sound for their order*. fur «i< juvpoae to n.ak*
th«c Jobbing tru.U-a *pt*ia!ty, and will i*U goods at bottom ]>rtr«a.
The ladle* will ttud • <ir Toilet Department very complete, with th« moat Delicate I'rrfmuMry,
and Aoe Cof tiftiqiics. Ui have th- i»i>uUti"ii of kr< ptu*,' the finest cVar«, ant! it need* but a trial
to prove 11,
Particular f\tt«»nli<»n given to filling Mtnliciuo Chests for country Phyupiati*
and Ships.
n&rsiaK PIONEER 3DRXJO- STORE.
GOOD NEWS.
The undersigned are constantly receiving by every tteauier from San Francisco
a large assortment of
CHOICE OROCERIOS
And ke.jp constantly on hand
Vlo«ftl* 9
Fresh (jraham Flour, Corn Meal, live Meal, ftuekwheat
Flour, and Rice Flour, Chicago Hams, liacon
and Smoked Salmon, Fresh Califonia
Butter, Eastern k Maple Syrups.
County Produce bought and hold. Everything kept by a
JJM'f - HM33 SilDSlJl J Jf'JlOJtia
Will he found in our stock which we propose to sell cheai>er than any other
house in Seattle.
All goods guaranteed. Give us a trial and 1« convinced.
4><M»«IS l»*>li«*»r«l Ut all Part* of the t'ifjr I'w »l (Imrgr.
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Wm. mm mm m§ IB mm Rlj aWt Wis Ji v JP Hi ■■ ■■ mm*-* mm mm
FRONT STREET, SEATTLE, W. T.
Pure Milk
FKOM
Ainunds' Dairy.
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Hotels an«l Families S»i|>|»] i«-« 1
Evf^ry
la to Suit.
A. AJfIWDH.
*«*ttl- W T < tf
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1. DILLER, Proprietor.
(Aurtr**- t t-> F V. Hnjriirr.)
MILL STREET, SEATTLE.
< on«tautljr on Hand I lit-
CHOICEST MEATS
AND
VQGETADIjES I
.. ALSO...
CORNED BEEF AND PORK.
SMOKED MEATS,
PORN and SOIOONA
SAUSABES,
H £ A D-CH EESE,
TRIPE. ETC
MTSCFT,! VNKOVS
thirrt'ft I
In the field again, an 1 w *
will not *tand »kV r
anybody, ami oV* <
tor 8810 to !10
p uMi o
1.000 Fine Cashmere ? iaM
for Gent>. at 5tV eaeK
2.000 Fine Ladies' and Ghil*
I dron's Straw Hata, al fir 11
25c to each. v
2.000 Fine Gents Straw
Hats, at from 25e to 75,j
each.
500 Fine Gents Panam v
Hats, at $1.25 caeli.
1.000 Gents' Oxford Ties,
at $1.50 per pair.
1,500 Fin»* Gents' A le\U
Ties, at $2.75 per pair.
750 Fine Gents Gaiters. it,
$2.75 jier pair.
1.500 Fine pairs (ients ii».ot>,
at from $2.50 to ss.o(>
per pair.
500 Fine pairs Boys' Poot>.
at from $1.25 t»> >*2.75 per
pair.,
2,000 Fine Ladie* Allocs, at.
$1.25 to $2.50 per pair.
j
2,000 Fine pairs (ients*
Cashmere Pants, at from
$2.50 to $5.00 per pair.
500 doz. Fine Cheviot Shirts,
at 75c to $1.25 each.
1,800 Kino Cashmere Shirts,
at ftOc to s:>.oo each.
And everything else in pro
portion. ( l onu i one,
all, to the
Seattle
Auction Store
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MILL STUKKT
• (W\t ilool' l»> l!ic I'oMoMirr.)
!NIA»TAi I»AVPS.
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Proprietor .
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MAPI'ICTiItIiS !
The Puget Sound Wooden
'Ware Manufacturing Compa
i ny,just organized, will during
; the present year engage in
the manufacture nf all kinds
I of
WOODEN WARE
I
and they are now making ;u
superior article of
WOODEN BOWLS
which they will sell for lex.*
money than the imported art
icle can he purchased for.
fih'SJ) FOJi I'HH'X
Adurmw : PI'GET SOT'?II» tVOODKN* WAIiK
MANL'F ACTUKIN <i COMI'ANV I k IS t N
, 209 Heattl*. W. T lu! I
MUS. ItKIXII KI W Klt
TVe^-making.
f'inl«»r\v«*}ir A
f'hildrcn s (-lothing,
JSL spboiamy.
At Mr*. Drnsiu' r<- » I ftb 1< tw« ■ •» ' u
*n«l I'sk*- ttmU
B. A.HILL& (;0
Manufacturer* OFF
v. v. B. RJ;ki>Kß\<
Vibrating-^pring
BED BOTTOMS
pafoto-l Ju!y 1. 1*73. tad *t» »
Fir*! PT'-llilum. with lMj.lt. «i>». it tr.. «'» if rui»
!tt*t« K»lf Al«k,, Ft ml lUi. With I
At Um tMJ>t* Cl*r» County Fair *>
Dip>on>« at the fc*n Joaquin C/Uti?y Fair 1
Gmiity f"r a*l»>, at p » f.» ! f
Or-V-ra by at! u i- I t .
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