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riY DAVID IID i UN'S. Till »*ILI ISTKLU«E9CIB tm «■%«-r> morning. »" ,t! t«-<l. in! ilf'.iverrA %. « .♦*» nrrr* »- j* r, ,» .i« ritj. «t 3A f«iU r r *«k, r»*y*' • e ? ijiftiir. winiii*-; !** I# mU Per siituxa, dIO.M to nl* i ' r nil. wr.t:Ki.Y i v r»:i.i.i«E*< I:H. Thm old •n't pc'i<ttl*r )•< ;-n*l < f W»»t*-rn W»»h intfton. with th* Ur*'"** if dUtiotJ of any P»;«r In th»- Territory, U »r»ty -»t .rS*r m>rninjr. r.nsß. tn tdvir * . . ai.oo. Hr. M. XV.%ni> l» - 'Jr t«ly» <tt. rt* I A««-Tit for t*» i»%ii.v n ri;i.i.Hi» * h with whom ttmmpmrnU sr-*r rosds <l«ilv»*ry »riyw} -re in th* • tty »n ' »t <ll ?*•"' Porto sr»#tiri«i th< * ifi'J • -I » *• " l"-y '!>«»■ on assent of mfmtF* sa *• • r.t.. '•*> "® 111 *''<3. Tuesday, July 11, 1870. CIVIL SFRVICE REFORM IN EARNEST. As an indication of the drift of the time* we note the fact that at tion in California, out of 180 appli cants in San Franciaco, not one re ceived a first grad" certificate, and onlj five could make a sufficient ntanding to obtain certificates of any grade, and the result in other coun ties was similarly disastrous. The [tcrfectioii of the American public school system is justly a theme of national ielf-gratulation in ncwspajKTM, pulpits and carn|>aign speeches To Ohio is ascribed the honor of the lirst origin of the mod ern Hyst. jj, but to Michigan and some of the newer States, the credit is given of carrying it to its highest perfection. The State of California, however, a few years ago, exacted a school-law, which is probably the most elaborate in the Code of any State, and reduces the school depart ment to a piece of machine mechan ism, the most systematic, and tbe most intricate of any in the State. The complaint has been that the public welfare has suffered in its most vita! interest, that of the edu cation of the young, through the work of teaching being d» legated to i mmaf ure, inadequate Lauds, through whose c'umsy pruning, m itiv of the youugtwlgH have run the risk of 1 growing up hopelessly crooked sticks. California now proposes to reform this with a vengeance, b\ Xldiit't'tiiur all :ii,t.lu'aut»i for a cer tificate of any grade to a rigorou* four day s written examination, un der the direction of a Stale Hoard of Questioners, in It* ( iu some counties, 2< I or more,) branches of study, ni.ttiy of them belonging to a college course, and including a thesis on the theory and practice of teaching, credentials of character, exjmrience, etc. The grade is regulated only by difference in the standard of infec tion reached on examination, the third grade (county) certificate re quiring <»o jkt cent, and the first grade .S« r > |»er cent.—a single itiaceu racyjin any topic, in some instances, losing all the credits uj*>n the whole, usual? 10, in a lump. Then to 1* able to secure a State certificate, qualifying to teach outside of the county where examined, the papers must lie nent up to undergo a second harrowing process and raking down, under the scrutiny of a State Hoard of Examiners at Sacramento. The result is, the great majority of aspi rants are disappointed, and among the slaughtered not infrequently are candidates even from Eastern col leges and high schools as well as | from the State Normal school. One of the effects of tins svstcm j is that the profession m the State is i kept litntbsl and select, and wages arc very high. To the credit of the . law, however, it can l»o said, that no j discrimination in wages is allowed against lady teachers for the same j grade of work. This ky atom mar l«e regarded as an instance of the successful work ing of the reform* nought to be in troduced in the government civil service, by the party known a* Civil Service Reformers, with tieorg* Willuuu (.'urti>, tin- alitor of H ir. jut's MiVjasm* and HWI/y, at their head. Their plan is to make all public offieoui|>ctitive, ami intel ligence the tost, n* dev«*lojn-d in public ii- i te<hn*«al examinations. Tlii* v is darker, houexer, that this reform max l«e carried to such an impracticable degivw o! scveritv as to defeat t !io benefit it was designed to secure, I'he i fl\> tof building tip a privileged protected I \ U jjis tatue bars is to forvfen \ to some extent the healthy eheek> of titivn, and create sinectirvs of a cer tain sort through motiojolv, aud thereby shelter tuyligence and pr*>- sumplioiSuch ia*v* confer a dan gcrous p» \u r, that unless closely guarded by the people may be made powerful engines of oppression and patronatre As long, though, as it can be .<'ur»*d through tbe eomj-et itive system, that advancement shall depend upon fitnes* and fideli ty. i* :sto th*- of the pub lic. At least it :evidently a sitm of the ttrn* * showing liat the ra tion is ultimately coming t Ir. view cf which our youth may Is* warned to make the most of their opportunities for mental culture. Competition grows sharp-r day by dav, and in practi<tal <infests s- ienee in the out#*# iae always wins. The highest .kill is sure to 1 --ar the jelm it: the doruain of its own d- part merit. TELEGRA P HIC BBITHH cotnnu. VICTORIA. July 9 Arrived —The steamer California, from Portland. Hailed —The bark Antioch, for Amoy CAUVOUIA. San Frascisto, Jnly B.—There was track t<»-day, to see the two mile and repeat trot to hsrneas, for a pur«e of $2,000, between Gold Hot** and Jerome Gold Note won in two straight heat- Time l:t/9*4 and 5-04•£. EAffi'V.BH STATES. WAsiiiJfOTOX, July Bth —Thi recent s[ie4*ches of Senator Morrill of Maine. Uepresentative Garfield aiid oth<'r«, showing the real nature of the conflict between the House and tbe Senate on the appropriation bills, have prisluced a powerful impression, aud tlie dead lock will probably be broken next week. If HO, it is l>e!tevtrd the Hoase will r«*Jid ily share the re»ponsil>ility of postpou iug the impeakcbment trial, nrid Con gress will probably adjourn to escape the intense heat of a Washington sum mer ami participate |»eraonal!y in the political campaign. Secretary Morrill took charge of tbe Treasury Departuicut this afteruoou. WillilXOTox, July B.—Tbe commit tee of conference on the Diplomatic Consular appropriation bill ui>>t at noon to-day, but failed to agroe. Tbe President uominated Wui. J. Wright, of Maryland, Consul at Santa Itra/.il; Thos. W. Prosch, postmaster at Shuttle, W. T.; Jno. Oo'suan, agent of Illusion* Indians, at Yankton, Da kot a NEW Kit IIMOM>, rind ) July 8 —A man named Geo. Williams, was lodged in jail for outraging the person of MINS A lad, aud for th' .»up|K)se»l murder of a Ophir To-niglit a crowd of a thousand luim *urrnntulod the i til, overpow. ret tbu jail«.)r, took \>ilu tm* out ami banged him to a tree. New \ork, July B.—Mercury stand*- W in the shade to-day, ami the weather is intensely hot. lh« thermometer in Camp Middle, N. J , marked 110 in the shade. One hundred and seveuty sol diers were prostrated, and more ar<* in a dangerous condition At dress parade thirty more fell, ill the rank*, and pa rade was dismissed. Six of tb» «Mven surgeons in camp are prostrated, and all available physician<« in Tientoii have been ordered np. Gen. Hidtlle's soil, who was among the prostrated, left the camp. ArauSTA. July B.—Fx -Speaker Blaine ban formally accepted the I'nitcd State* Senatorship, tendered him by GOT. Connor. The vacancy thus cre ated in the House of Representative* will not be tille«l until tho regular elec t I*>n in September. WASHINGTON, July H. -The sft. Louis platforiu and the pending pro|H»ition tor the repeal of the Resumption Act, puts the New York Democratic Con gr» souen in a bad fix. as th« Lcgialu ture instructed th«-ra last February to oppose the repeal. still it is apparent that tho iVmotrat* will now vote against the repeal. The Senate will defeat the lull. Hl.iuton Duncan, who led the straight-out iJwntot rats Cor O'Connor in opposition to Qrveley, de nouuee* Tilden's nomination as highl\ impolitic and sure to bring defeat. He predicts *io,ooo Kepublican majority in Indiana for Haye*. of Ohio, and ail cede* California and Oregon to Hayes because of democratic soft money. He He says the St. Louie platform w double faced and tho nominee* sntairo nistic in principle, and that this is an effort to conciliate Democrats. He t«- lieves the Democrats have thrown away the bost ehsnce th«*y ever hxd for success. KVIOPK. lUINE, July 7. A jwiwergrr trmn froui thin city, for L'ausannc came m collision to-d*y at Palixu-u*, m ith another, coining froui L'ausann* Both engines were destroyed, aeveril earsde ttu liih il an! ten p-rsons killed July 7—An official t-le grnpbic di«pntch, rwtited at li»igi a»ie. •niimmco that after *en hours desper ate fighting *t Kachka, the Turk* have lied to Nonil>\la«v The Sersian* tveu pied the territory bftwcm U<Hljk» and NombaU'. The Servian low i« iiicou -i 1 *rablf The army under Gen. Sl*ck croscrd the frontier, u»ar Y»v >", on Thuradty. They fouud theTarkjen tmulk-J in * very f»x«r»Mr position, b»it weiw able to di»lodg«* theru after lire hour'* «evere I.tXiON, July b—Tlit* dispatch from Pe'grade, dated July t>, *ays: One huadred and thirty wound «"d STrims, of the army of the T)wma iare arrived tlnr*. They report that luring tb righting: at J* !i a. the gsr -iaon fi the Tirki-'i guardhouse atd h- inhabitants nded themselves to Qtm At agii:-* the > rrians Ic b- *trr-t* * terrible waM.fn- •'* -ued. in which H the inhti* it* per ched LOSIK>X, July - ~fbe 7 • « \ ienna x>rrespond*-i t ami tb«- Ku«*.an tele graphic i.'« :.cy b. th e )iifirtn the rep«rt that Sbemay ,tf I t*k»*n Khpa'anka. The 7 tm-«' Vienna di» pat-h also report* that the Turk* di 1 not t ike the main pn#;tion tt Sitcb"«<-a*\ but captured tbc eontigun I'tr! v* !i'*< Tb«* Servi an* ir • 'h* >*!• up e*.rt worksaronr.d **:t U*C» |> l c t.yt" r ' '.t * f lis. < f tb kid;' a- r< tbe riv»*r TIP FC Ti»e .V -ri H rim *peen*l r»pjrt- that th»r Turk* arc >itc!»«car wbteb br:s a garrison of D.OoO m^n. PA EI -J, July * —Tbe Is Suir *ay<> that all the advitv* m*ived ri«ifirm the rejMjrt- cf th' march »>f Tuch«*r« manoff. The *'ouri?r lis Frunrt report* that a great engagement ha* taken place bet*'**n Tinok and Iravibod. The lark* a-«re dislodged, and the rood ia now op*'it tj tbc S -rvLwn The Turks lo*t 7<K> killed, nn i aDo I<X) prisoner.* at Herol. A di*patcb from Alexandria to tbe .Vcci announces that General Loring, Commander in Chief of tb« Egyptian army in Aby«sinia, has ar rived in Cairo, from Ma^-sowah. Troops for Constantinople are arrtr ing at Alexandria. THF. ARMY APPROPRIATION BILL. — The army appropriation bill, a* rejiorted from the Senat' 4 committee on appro. pri*tion>, i* in the following important particulars: The Committer entirely ctrike out eight sections by which the flo'nm projK»sed to reduce and reorganize th» army, and to estab lish lower salaries for <.Sicer-». Amend* ments are accordingly refSDi led increas ing tbe House items of appropriations to an aggregate extent of over $3,000,- 000, 90 at to provide for continuing the present force of 23,000 men aud officer*, aud tbe salaries prescribed by existing law, and also to more nearly conform to the estimates of Secretary Tnft in other respects. The priucipal items of iu oruas* are: $813,708 for the paj* of the army; #291,000 for subsistence; $150,- 000 for Quartermaster's Department: $400,000 for transportation; $600,000 for biro of quarters, etc. The Com mittee recommended retention of the House provision concerning officer's mileage, fixing it at 8 cents per mile, in lieu of all other traveling allow ance* 11 IK Committee on Territories jx>st poned further action on the Senate bill for the admission of New Mexico till Dceeml>er isth. which is regarded as equivalent to a defeat of the measure. SAI.MOS in eases to the value $(?.»,- 502 was shipped from Astoria last week to San Francisco. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS onsiAT ITALIAN CIRCUS. if FIST 93111 Tiff MSI. Will Ptrforni in Seattle On Wednesday, July l*>th, 1H76 LOOK AT OI U ARRAY OF TALENT : The Great Watrigan Family, in number; the only family of Gymnaxt* m l AcrotiaU In tho true ecuae, that have ever traveled. THE FAMOUS JOHNSON BROTHERS ' The m.»t wonderful and Trapeze |»er fonurrs that have ertr been teen. SIO. JIAN DEVINI, The On-at Italian Hurdle Rider and Ram-twrk Someoauiteni. LORRAINE k SEXTOS. The m<«t pleaaing and t\.mlc Clown* that ever •■niered tha Arena. LOriS RANDOLPH, The (.'bainpi<>n Slacfc-wtr* Pvdratrtaa. EVERETT HARDING. M'«t I'lfwiug Tattlter and Tuxnblar. MONS. PI'PPEE, Tho Cirt-at Principal Pour-bora* Ridrr. FRANK ITNCK, Spinning Plate and Globe Artlnt. WILLIE HART AND SADIE BIRD. The Great Double and Mingle Contortion if ta. Ml!* MILLIE EKTERLE. MADAME CI i.LEN. I«tr<diKing her Finely Educated Arabian Stallion. To conclude wtth an interesting FRENCH PANTOMIME ! A.tmiaaion, On** Dollar ChlJ.',r»n HkU friif. I>-»m opeu at i , performance t'' iV'tunitßc? at* Notice* Tbe Tr»Mur*-r 4 »f King Cvmnly. W T., u pr+- 0 to ro«J«*Ti all ut»tuKiiß« Coanty War. 11*1 an-! ißtcMit t»ar.n(i «lat«*a prior U> October Slat, 1*75, GEO. I) HILL. Trwurw. M. H. WE E D ARCHITECT ft BUILDER. Is n w prepaml to fort.nfc MLA** t&J SPRO IFR"4TtOS> t. r bull Utui m if m SaockM ; «rtU coi irav-ti. and eui^rfatrtW | omc* OVEa MORRIU.« DBUO iTORE. , W T Marrh nth. I<*. M rSCELTj A X F!Or 8. Lowing Urease! Pr»tu and a/ter tfcia i-it* we will nak<* sad keep • rietantly n hind iir ea*e for Logging And <.tber purp- ses at oar Seep Tscbvy. M street, Ja»t ab>jvi» the Seattle Brewery. Price 13.23 I**? I'M) I- Uf-ds. itg-Im CHAPMAS 4 00. Notice# BHa will be received at the Talbot Mine for running a tunnel through rock and rial until Sat urday. th • "th. The sixe «f the tunnel to be 5 feet high. « S to 5 feet wide. Tools will be fur niahed by the Company. The tunnel will have to be run with three shifts. The airtn * and run ning of the rock and coal will be done by the Company. The tunnel also will have to be run with a grade of not more than one inch to the sis teen feet. M. PADDEJ, Superintendent. Seattle, July sth. 1876. * SEATTLE COAL AND - TRANSPORTATION CO Principal place of Baalaem, Nss Franrlaee, t'sl. Location of Works, Klsg C'osnly, Territory, This Company is now prepared to furatah Superior Quality of Coal IN QUANTITIES TO SHIT I i "i For Sale, at Low Prices! Apply st the Ofllce or TBI SEATTLE COAL Ik TRANSPORTATION COMPANY. Seattle. November 7th. 1874. Pacific Mail Stoam f»Hlp 00. SAN FRANCISCO VICTORIA And Olympia Line, Carrying Iter Britannic Majesty's and I'nlted States Mails, Wells, Fargo A Company's Express. SPRING ARRANGEMENT, Commencing April 10, 1876. Oil and after April 10th, tha flrst-claas Iron ' Screw Steamship CITY Or PANAMA. 1,600 tons. Capt. Seabury. and the commodious Side-Wheel Steamship. DAKOTA, 2.100 tons. Capt. Morse, will sail twtween the Porta of San firanciaco, Ojytnpia and Departure Bay, M per following ~r«» for Ssnaimo, New Westminster, Vale, Frazer ltiver, and with Puget Sound Mail Steamers for all other Ports, and at Tacoms with Northern Pa cific Railroad for Portland. Astoria, and all other iinportant points »n Oregon. Thn.ugli Tickets sold to principal Stations on Northern Pacific. Oregun and California Railroads ami principal landings on Columbia and Willam' otto Rivers. Tickets Include Meals and Bertha on Pacific Mall Steamers. Time Table for Steamship 44 CITY OF PANAMA." ports — tun raAiirisco to oltotia. I,esvs San Francisco June 10 June :*T Arrive Victoria j •• u July 4 " " 14 ! •• « Arrive Port Townsend. ! •• is «• 5 Leave •• •• | .. 15 .. - Arrive Seattle .it " u - 5 Leave •• I•• *. j Arrive Tacoma ' n •• v " I " 13 " 3 Arri T*_ o| y m > 1 * n " i< •• n r nw oltmi ia TO ll* nuncuoo VIA DrrAJrrra* lit. Leave Olympta June 16 Unlj «' Arrive Taoxua •« lf 1 .. " •• IB •• f) Arrive Seattle •• |« .. fi Vl* T# '■ •• u! •• C Amve Port Tovunij •• 17 » 7 Leave •• •• i; m j- « Arrive Departure Bay. •• 17 •• 7 I.eeve •• •• | .. jy t- w Amve Victoria •• 19 •• <» - I •• - i">. Arrive San Franciaro •• 24 i •• 14 Nt* •Pwaengera fn>m Portland will make connection at Victoria wlUi Steamer City of Pan ama fi>r Ban Francisco. Steamers leave Han Francisco at 12 M.. ami from Victoria at 1 o'clock P. If ~ ar on arrival of Mail Steamer from Pug«t Sound with Portland paas»ngers. Tune Table for Steamship " DA KOTA." r ibts—sa* ra*KCtaco to olymfia. Leave San FrancisooT June Jo July 10 Arrive Victoria *• J* .. j 4 V*T* " U " 14 Arrive p.»rt Townaend j " 25 •• Leave •• •• i | " 35 "IS Arrive Seattle ; •• n " j - * i - 15 Arrive Tacotna 1 •• 33 •• I>eave •• I •< 25 [ .. jj Arrive OlymiHa j " M J •• ]« r<i*T» -oi v*n* jo au huknid, L«eve Oijnipia j Jnne !;• Arrive Taco ma ! " 77 •• 17 " !.!.*.* " 2Tt " i7t Arrtv Stattle 1 - J7 •• J7 L«s»e •• i •• > « 18 Arrive Port Townaend | •• 79 •• 19 Leave •• •• ! «• » "19 Arrive Victoria ! ! •• w ** ly Leave " *. ji «jo *' m Arrive San Frar>ciaco • tuiy 4 "• 54 leaves Tectums for San Frar. ciaro at 3 P M.. or on arrival of train with Port land pasMAgera. -Sleainer leaves Olympia at 13 M TICKKTS —Through Coupon Ti kets will be eoid by the different Tranaportatlon Oompaniee t<. San Francisco ; theae Coupon* will be good on Pu*"-t S«-nad Mail Steamer from Tacataa to Vic toria. Tt-eee Tickets are good only for tbe Wtaatnsr are pnr* haaed for. and are not transferable ; aad if offered by atiy other penoß tban the party wb se naaie tfce* t>e refused and full fare collected. For Taw*!-' m 1 aprly st Ticket snd Freight ofii-n l>rner FlftST an-1 BRAN NAN 'TKIIFTS For Tickets ouly, at M MONTOOM ERY STREKT. S*n Franciaco. A P B\<'ON. (ifneral Agent- OTIH FUKLM.VN, Agent Puget Seattle. W. T. SIBIKBAX Property for Sale OVER 200 ACRES Of b«*ul[fallj !ud &L»kr tatao.Mirlf <>t «tilrb u good gar be toll. Aiac, Kartciog Land ok SUr L*it, ur+T ImvuiUt Hirer jy«Mf A. MACKINTOSH. mSCRIXANROUfe i GEM Worth Seeing. A Diamond Wo rtli Having. SAVE YOUR EYES! RESTORE TC»m SIGHT ! THROW AWAY YOl'R SPECTACLES AND I SE DOWN'S MAtilC EYE SALVE It cure* cvtrtvorked. weak, watery. near sight eyes, and ether ey«» dletase*. This Salve is pre s* ritej to the path. 1 with the assurancr of its rfli XJ a curative of most Disease* of the Eye. «ich M acute rhonic inflammation, whether in- J need by scrofulous origin or otherwise; wr»k- C<>M or defect of viaion. diminished tone of the optic nerve. or • diseased atate of the tissjes wn st;tuting that delicate organ ; also, for all persons whoso vocation requires an incessant action of the ejM, the Eyo Salvs will act a* a charm m restor ing a uniform, healthy action, when weakness, pain and misery may hare long threatened a fatal termination. Sale by all the principal dmgglsts Price 11.00. H. DOWNS. W. P. DRUITT, Agent. TESTIMONIALS : MB. Downs. Seattle, V. T.: j Dear Sir—l have hail tore ejes for eight months or nor* and have tried all eye waters and salves, and in fact everything 1 could think or hear of, bat found no change la n»y eyes. until by change I got cue of your boxes of Magic Eye Salve, which I am happy to aay did Its work to perfection, and can recommend it to the world. QEOROE L. MOCHEL. SuiTLE. W. T., June 1%, 1876. Ma. DOWNS : Dear Sir—l have be«n troubled with sore eye* for some time past. Waa iuduced to try your Eye Salve and found great relief thereby. I can re'e- >, ommend it to the public. Respectfully yours. A. H. JONES, Engineer Steamer Zephyr. Ma. Downs: Dear Sir—That others may be benefited I make this statement. We hail a young girl living with as last year, whose eyes had been sore for seven year*. Physicians exerted their skill, brt with no permanent success. I purchased a box of jour Eye Salve and ahe used It on her eyes for a * eek or ten days, according ta the directions. I was astonlahed to see the work it had done. (Her eyes were cured.) My wife and I used it. it freshened the s'ght and made us ten years young er. I sincerely recommend it to all who are af flicted with near-sighted weak, sore or inflamed I eyes. MARTIN MONAIIQN. Money ran be sent by mail in Regiatered Letter . or by Post-office Order, and the Salve will be sent • by return mail. Write legtbi'y your address. Address. H. DOWNS, iel9.tr Seattle, Washington Territory. fftFor Satelfik A FARM OTP 159 1-2 A(UES, Naarly cue-half urnler f<nee. Cuts fr« m sixty to •eveoty tons of bay yearly. Twenty ftvo acr<>B good pasturing laud. Alao Or>/» r»A/\rl One good Wagon, 11 Head of CattJu. 75 Head of Hogs. ftrm lirs one-balf a illt* from »nite River on the eai>t aide, mm slcbl ecu Julie* from Seattle. Tmm-$5,000 ruh down. Apply to FRAJCKI.IK HAMMOND, o the farm White River, Jnno -Mb, I*7o. IT- ANN'S ACADIit For Young Lad is t, Humboldt Street, Vlctc ria. * I *■ * ■■ Tbla establishment Is pleasantly aituat>i»na high and healthy location, surrounded 1 * spa eious plsy grounds. which affiird the youi 4 ladles • the facility of pleasant walk* and useful 1 todltv exercise. ' I The plan of education embrace* every t ean» requialte for training young ladies iu Ti ftne, ant iii the knowledge of th>se branch f sci ence becoming to their sex. Besides the usual literary course of stfcii ieK plain sewing, all kinds of useful aiid ornamt'i ita, needle-work, and every variety of fancy work are i taught fr»' of charge. Difference of religion is no <>b«tacls to a< 'j Us sion into the Institution. j TER M S : Board and Tuition per quarter ' 4- 00 * u " l ' t :.*> Drawing (f 00 Painting " " ,!$ Hair Wo»*k—course of lemons |r Wax Work " " ** | 4 (g , Bed and Bedding per annum .... \ jo. <w sh mid U addreaaed to tha Superb ra <a •t. Anas'* Caattat, Tlftaria, V. I. C L.MITCHELL, Manufacturer A Dealer in First C'lasg HARNESS & SADDLERY j MILL ST.. TiF.TWF.KN FIRST AND SF.CO.NI> SEATTLE, W. T. SADDLES, BRIDLES, j HARNESS ! An.l everything *pp*rt*inlt<K to tb» Trade con ftatitly <>n hand. Carriage Triwniig DOSK TO ORDER. and prurr.i4 att*Ltio& *iv«t to al! onlera f.. r NEW WORK or RKPAIIIIXI. • Canary Bird Lost!! Qi. T Uy lu: a Canary liirl, of u«l jt'.i w c.>li T. *ub black top-kcut, w*» Ji.«t from Mr. • r«*idence on Thlxd Street. adjvlui-ii: Mr. Horl n't. SnJtr *ill t* liberally rewarded br"V#- tha J alios W. Smith. *■*«!• Jane 2*lb, L«Ti. if MtSCKLLAN EOl S DEXTER NORTON & CO., BANKERS SI A I I'l.li. W.T. nKI'OSIIS RKOKIVED AND AC kept *.b ttoCh-<*k or ;• tpiett t'-n ifn »•*■» fi' tj lale i>i •*; >»«!. S ic'it l"" X '• » < 8 ! ';lt i "■>•*?! II i i •- j» d f\» Irk Money !.i*..e! >n n'prcvet' v. r :' y a>«i:ti<. an ) •'hi f . iI»U ->« < • <•' dep-Mt t'l >"t'e ke-; in t'o.U -'ii ii!! nude m:iJ pr*«> .i> j> remittee. 1 .v?sJT.e!!.j« u i.V.I K«Uat* ai'<? t*.:r ; r p • «t: v I • *it.e>. AUCTIONEER! D. W. LYTS, Auctioneer. Office aud Salesrooms ou FRONT STREET Three doora from Mill. OoihU bought and aold on fair commission. In all oase« satisfaction guaranteed. Give the Protestor a call—he allows to do work cliwprr or bv«tt» r than himself. Seattle. July 4th. jy4 tf the ALHAMBRA SALOON. YOUNG 80 MELONY, Successor* to R. Prlchanl, Hiil Street, Opposite Pesl-offirr, Smttle. Wilms, Liquors, Beer ami Cigar* of the best quality constant jj4-tt ly ou hand. SAMUEL KENNEY, Merchant Tailjo UM junt recti veil a new and|ch<>tc« STOCK OF GOODS For Burint; au l Humiui r wear. FASHIONABLE SUITS Made to vrdw. Conimctcinl IMrert, Krattlr, \V. T. Music! Music! :sm ns s STUM dm. Will. S'fBElT, Iwulm-, i 1* now thoroughly organized and open to euKatr«- i Si" 1 Ball*, Partiw, Parad'*, Excursion*. *»c., on reasonable terms. Garden* Vardca or City B«-er wlokoe Lambert, Agent. Seattle, June 23tb, 187 C. tf PAINT SHOP & STORE B, V. OKhOAX. *■ i : ' I . , Mill Street, oppoalte Occidental hkatti.k, w. r. CARRIAGE, SUN, AND i OMT E NTAL PAINTDia. ALSO HOIK paixtisg, At ahirt notice and r< an nab!e rat*#. Notice. The drawing the fmt (Jrand lot tery of \\ ashingtm T« rritorv is hereby postponed until the Ist dav of January A. D. 1877. ' H. L YJESLER, Mftnaggf, battle, Jul* l. " BOCA." ,The Moat Celebrated Ot thia Ccaet will be aerved fr<>nt tbia date at THE ketbeat, r» INT .tbuct. . . . t>cattle j * "" —*"■ LOST. <*™«h SHAWL WAS LOST. IBt J t» ► aame to Bow's W. H. BOW. i MISCELLANEOUS. GO TO Bean & White's NEW GROCERY STORE. OX FRONT STKKET, if y ti want tin Worth of your Alonei/. TVt Veep a lsrv and splendid -took of Groceries School Books. Sfafjonm AND .NOTIONS. An 1 i.. t!:f only how in S.a'tle wh«r* : oia g«-t the Abloii Drieil Apples. I'ears. Plums. (Wn. Onions, K. v Tli y a!so fce*p roa»tant!y on hard fVrtf, }fi<hWtiys, Jiron, m,„t. Only, Elf. 3TEAMER Fanny Lake J. S. HILL. Master, Will leave S» altlr for SNOHOMISH CITY Every Thursday, and Ketwni ingon Saturday —Stopping eaou \s;\y at all intermediate Landings J. A. McI'HEK, Wt>< >i«'Hale an J retail dealer In KIRS. TOB.IffO. PII'S, an J I OUTIiJBRY. anil examine my good* at Farnliaiti k Clark'a Store, Commercial Street, Bealtle, W. r M Hj. T. P. FREEMAN llaa Jiwt removed to his new atore on Mill atr>-*t, Oppubile Occidi ntal Hotel, where AMTiii.xj n 111s i.im.i aa AS GOOD AS THE BEST AND CIIKAP AS THE CHEAPEST. i MTan henceforth l>e proenred. mm +* J* lvw for sale or Hire Apply at Robinson's Ship*Yaril. Parties can l>« a>ippli * with row or sail l>oata, wi or vit 1 »11 1 in charge. Wm. W.ROIIIXSuN. ! jLIVERI' YT.4RLK r Cor. of Mill & Second Streets (Oppoeifo Occidental Hotel,) SEATTLE, W. T. , W. H. BOW, Proprietor. IfOR&KS, HUUQIKB, CARM A(J KS, WA fi OAS mul SA DDL K HOUSES K*l»t ft.r hire IIor*»a bought and Bold. Haj • Oraln, of a npfHor qnaJHjr, alwaya on Lain I. W Stamen fronthia Stable connect twice a •lay with tljo !.•»'„« .r» ateamerior th« I Hcattla C« al Mill. SEATTLE RESTADRAKT, (In the rear of the Seattle Saloon.) ! Fit AXK TE LLE, Proprietor. Open day and night . fluent m» aU aerved at the j ahorteat notice. All the delicacies of the aeaaou at the moat moderate rric«»-. Oiva mo a call. jeT7-tf W. MONTGOMERY, I AUCTIONEER j Office anil Haleaream on COM M ERCIA L STKK KT, pat Side, Uilrddoor aoath Of MtNaught A Leary'a law office. ' W. *. will attend promptly to aalea at auction o( Rfal Kstair, Mfrrhamlixp, Farnitnrr, Etc., A" well at> Adminiatrator Salsa. eJO-ltt tAUIORMA IIOUSK. Mill Street, l [)<> or I'roin First Street. Seattle. M. FITZSI.HOXS, Proprietor, Home Ncwty Ftiruieho l and Kefitted Bedi, 25 ct«. Meal§, 25 eta. 'Board and Lodging, $6 Per Week. I)AXCIXG SCHOOL and Saturday Evening Soirees I'nder management of Prof*. Brotherhood k Steinwep, At HEIIjTXO'S hall Ci ia-it-* for minors, Tuesdays and Fri '••y**- Adults -.Mondays and Thurs days. Soirees—Saturday evening*.' Families taken at reduced rates. Music turniihed for any and all occa sions, at n*ason*blo rate*.