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BY DAVID III'"! iINS. TIIK D411.Y I\ I I 1.1.U.1 \« iII i« <DMI«IIHI »-*rr> morning. *fi<l d+liTtrr'ii t ■ :n tity, it 2-1 r*r.\* \<T * •., j»;* > •- tf.» «'«rr:«-r . vj. •in i.u F« r aztsam, ai«.«o is idmo TICK VCCKLT IMI 1.1 K.rX F.X. Tht» ) nnn! of W»«t»nj W»»& <r.ift</a. with tUt <»<•*;*»« ir of any l»»per la the lVrritTy. i» £,;»■ .;»h« 1 *rt-rj Saturday twming. Tmru* Tl»r«*»* Dollar* p*r lD<t unrri. in tdfuire . tt« rtai.no. nr. li. «•. W%RT» U ■ it : ritsi rth' >:R *itb vhon ><* . .vi'- for it* delivery teprben In th* city »ft<i »t <J: r.t F«ITII» *R».I«UI<L TH* H-MND. «RID T . WFC M PAYAI'TU. on arconat of tber»t<>, uny !>• Saturday. July 29, 1876. PUOET SOUND AGRICUL TURE. It is conceded that the great nec«l of our Territory t to make it wealthy nnd great iu th»* departnn nts for which it has sfacial facilities, i» an increase of manufacturing enterprise, and of industries requiring extensive capital for their prosecution. Hut eij»erience elsewhere has shown that such enterprises usually follow in the wake of agriculture ; or rather that agriculture always forms the solid |«-d»-Ktal to the enduring col- umn of which manufactures an»l comiiM-rce constitute the shaft, and art and literature th«* graceful folia of the capital. A British writer des cribing the progress of civilization iu America in IHlo, dramaticallv pictured it, as the advance of an in vading army pushing back the fron tier line of the ''forest primeval" at the rate of seventeen miles a year across the breath of the continent. The farmers constitute the pioneer corps that is generally relied on to break the track through the wilderness. Let us once get a column of attack moving steadi ly on the forest holding permanent reserve commu nications established with the hives of population in tlie old countries, and there will l«e no delay a!>out solid business and citv improvements following close ufti-r. It ban become the custom to un- der-ratc the agricultural capabilities ofJVashington Territory, and a js-r- nicious fruit i>f that habit is seen in tlie unwarrantably K!<>\\ improve- ment of the rural districts. Th*;re wnt* l«i I u 4UAri> r"iiatul, mora «oi ence, more co-oi»enition directed to ward the country. What though .the coal and lumber and fishery and gold and silver interests thrive; that our sided prosj»eritv i.s comparative ly Bootless to (ho State, whilst the golden stream, as fust as it comes in is drained away to otlu-r States for the thousand ami one necessaries anil luxuries that are raised ami made where agriculture is at a pre mium. Our Pugrt Sound lamis. in eonneetion with our elitnate arc of a high average of productiveness, and the| landless who have foresight enough to secure them during the coming ten years will be in luck. We hav< •no mon* lowas, Indiana#, Missouri* or California* left. The Hooky Mountain plateau is not as rich as the Mississippi valley or the rich coast valleys of the Pacific slope. The surest and safest if not the fast est road to independence lies in the curwful tillage of the soil. TELEGRAPHIC EASTERN STATES. Xhw VoKk.July 27.—The Trd-uni* Washington special says every day's de lay in consideration of the silver bill makes its passage more and more doubt ful. Many Republicans, who were at first led astray by the sophisms of the inflationists hud their attention called to the results of passing either bill and will vote against them in the future. The H ril* Washington special con ccrningthe -ilvcr bill »«\- the support ers of the bill count uj*»u a clear ma jority for at lea*t that portion w hull restorer the legal tender feature i f the old filter dollar. The chairman of the ilnance committee in the Senate i- in favor of making -ilvtrcoina legal ten der for |3O, and favors the passage oj the House bill thu- amended, through the Senate CHICAGO. July 27 The * • o special -avs it isgei > tally coucvded that the verdict of th<v Senate n the im- I« M htmnt ea<i i will be a< ijc.itt .1 on the ground of uo jurisdiction. SYRACVSK, N V, July 27.—The State conference of colored voters JMUMHI a resolution recommending the c dored voters of the State to vote t A r Hayes and Wheeler. CttIYKXXK, July 2 s A dispatuh •from l-Vrt Frtt sj 0—• eral Merrltt vkith «ight companies o< th»«Fifth Cava-n- at d sivty four recruits for the regiment* in the field, arrived htm tin* afternoon, r « rvntt to join Crook Yesterday and tu-daj we rnadt -hort marches as two com panic* of the Fifth and % number of fresh recruit* w' • will lt»v F*tterraan tvmorrow r.- rning wal probably ja.it overtake us 1 f >re tfcf dang - us part of the journey i« rvhe 5 At this my p'.ar* last Spring al! of General Crook'* cattle wer rut «.'I? by It. luns and ev. ry J»TC r<% u? io*» has b*fii taken by General to prevent a surprise although no tr ,üble is anticipated until we have parsed Powder river. Somewhere between that point and headquarters ah attack i« confidently expected, as the Indians are ki<ow:i to I** tu »-s»d in large number* Th* 1 soldiers of this command are in good cunditi«»n, i.ot withstanding tb« ir "bird w rk of late, and wem anxi-.t»s to get a chance at the red skins. A couner from Crook brought n«ws that the Ittdiaus are burning the gras* ali ar<>nnd the camp, with the iutention of starving out the horx-s Cro*»k Merritt to pre-- forward as rapidly as possibb-, is immediate action i*. neces sary The courier now leaving will carry orders to tho»e iu the rear to make forced marches so as to join him to-morrow night. When they have reached Crook, he a ill be able to place in the field almost 1,700 men against probably 4,000 or 5,000. He ought to have twice as large a forc«j at least, for the Sioux arc warriors in every sense of the word. NEW YOKK, July 2H,—During the past w<-ek there were -*7O deaths in Brooklyn, being 1*25 less than during thr previous week. Tlie birth* during the same period were 410 A Timet' editorial says Gen. Schenck has written a lengthy letter announcing hi-* intention, at lea»t b>r the present, to remain in private life, and devote him* If to the improvement of his pri vate fortune*. The mention of his uaine in connection with the Congressional nomination, for his district, he declares, in without hi< consent, hut in spite of reiterated assurance® that he will not in meantime re-enter public life in any capacity whatever. This formal denial of the statement, which bus obtained general currency, is more than satisfac tory. WASHINGTON, July 28, —Wilson, late .Solicitor of the Treasury, says he will not make a statement about the seizure of his pajs rs aiid the action of the Pres ident until he makes it before the com mittee. He says I am determined to have justice. If i« **>tiiuated that irn pcilaiu letters are to belaid before the committee which, will create renewed scandal about the connection of Bab- eock and Kelly with the whiskey frauds. NEW YORK, July 28.—A special dis patch states that Governor Hendricks arrived in Saratoga yesterday, and will have another conference there with Governor Tilden. Their letters of ac au|itu»OM trill l>c roa<ly by nont Sutur day. Gold closed at 1.1 If; money offered at 2. WASHINGTON, July 28.—'The appro priation for the expenses of the com- mittee to uujnire into Chinese immi gration i»a*«ed. The civil scrvioo commit toe to whom was referred tin- charges against Repre sentative Poornian, repeat that no bribes wire received by Purman for appoint ments, and that the evidence wholly fails tn establish a sale of the federal offices. Cute voo, July 28.—The evening 7V7<r ijntf h'n Washington special says it ,s believed at army headquarters that th force of Crook and Gibbon are n<»t over eight miles apart, and can readily be brought within supporting distance. Crook feels that he is going to have a hard time fighting, but intends to make it decisive. It is said there are at least <SOO Indians in the field under Sitting Hull, and it i- feared that the Sioux may have received accessions from the Sioux in the lsriti-h province, which might -well the hostile forces to 10,000 The Sioux, if driven to the wall by the troops, will g>> north and t.ik<- refuge in the British po-ses-ion faUROfE, Iltßi.ix, July 27. Extraordinary activity is prevailing in all military de partment* where c uispicnous prepara tions are made for mobilization of the whole army. The autumn maneuvers of Ud army corps are suddenly inter rupted. Tho aspect of affair* in Servia is the subject of general discussion in military circles. LONI»ON, July 27 —A Berlin special says the inquiry concerning the loss of the IVutshland last winter. In Id at Ber lin. has reversed the result of the Eng lish investigation. Captain Bricketi -teiu is fully acquitted The errors m the course of the steamship were attributed to a defection in the com pass. CONSTAM iNovi K. July 27.—Official dispatches announce the defeat of Mon tenegrins and Servians at Medon S« t«- scnisa and l.svak rivers. BkU HiMk. July 27.—The following i- . ffnitl The l urks attempted tJ cr<>s th« river Ixvak at Wrasaagnatx, Wed ncs iay, Imt *« rc repulsed H ith heavy loss. WALLA WALLA ITEMS. A large number of immigrants h*\e come into this valley within the U- t week. Monday morning a tram dnect from Henry county. Misaourt. up Main street. They had g"od outfits, and litoked like the right kind of per sons to make desirable settlers Thurs day morning a train of five wagon-, ar.d nambering nineteen persons, drove into t<>wn They were all v- rv sub stantial looking people, and their out fits. including teams, etc . were unusu ally fir:*- They intend locating iu the Palou<*e country. The f%rty came by railroad to < »gden. and theoce by teams to this place. They report *tw » more t»-ams due here in a day or two. All the recently arrived immigrants seetu to \re of the better and as such will inak' 1 valuable citizens Wrn Maskeyl'ne. a «tock raider, liv ing out on the Tucaron. disappeared from hi* home about the*4th of July, and has *» »t «mc»- been heard from He and hi* brother have a large sheep ranche out on the Tueanon. and are both in good circumstances. They are lnth single men, and hive ?*-en batch ing Early thi* month one of them carne to Waila Walla. and on hi* return home found hi- brother William miss ing. Vigilant search was made for the missing man, bu', without result. Whether he wandered away or has been foully dealt with, i> a m.titer of conjec ture. Iu the meantime hi> friends are very une*sy. Previous to leaving home he put on his best clothes, and this is the last trace of hiui. STEVENS COUNTY —From James Mc- Elroy, Deputy Assessor of Stevens county, we learn that his district con tains a population of 260 whites and lo:, Chine***. Thty have 10.(HM) head of cattle, 'J.ooO horses. 500 sheep and 150 head of hogs. It is almost exclusively a -tock country, though small grains and vegetables are produced in suffi - cient quantities for home consumption. Timothy grows well. There are a great many stock ranches in the district that can be takeu up by any one desirous of so doing. The Chinese are engaged in mining on the Columbia river bars. This section of country embraces the Crab Crock and Ilig Lake portion of Stevens county, and up the Columbia river from White BlutF* to the mouth of the Spokane river. WHITMAN COUNTY.— A correspond ent writing from Colfax, under dite of July 17th says: WE have had a splen did farming season with plenty of rain, and consequently croops look splendid There is quite an immigration into Whitman county. Prospects look bright er here than at any previous time since the settlement of the country. An in creased acreage has been sown to wheat this year, which looks remarkably well. There is plenty of room in Whitman county for five thousand good farmers. Will not some good men who have no farms come and take them '< DAYTON.— On visiting this town after an absence of four month*, we find it greatly unproved in the w;iy of sub stantial buildings, shade trees, shrub bery, fresh coats of paint, and other improvements which help to make a place neat and attractive. Dayton with tlie Touchet, bordered «*ith a thick growth of Cottonwood, and carrying a largo volume of pure, cold water, to the South, and the winding little Patit, with the golden fields of grai". to tho East, is to say the least, a beautiful place in the summer time.— WalUt Wal la I'iijiers. BRITISH COLUMBIA ITEMS. The steamer Emma arrived here yes terday from Nanaiiuo. She brings wui'l th»t tincc men were engaged fell ing trees at Baynes' Sound on last Saturday, and that suddenly a tree fell in an unexpected direction and struck the three men, killing one of them instantly, by breaking his back, one arm and leg. The other two wero very seriously injured, and, in company with the dead man, were conveyed to Nanaiiuo by cvnoe for medical treat ment. C. P. R. K —Mr. Robson arrived froic. the mainland yesterday, having come direct from Clearwater, ou the North Thompson, where he had gone on business in connection with his depart ment. The steamer Marten had made a very swift and successful trip to that point, carrying forward a large freight of supplies fur the railway operations being carried on from Tete Jaune Cache weft, together with a large pack train to transport the same from the head of navigation. Mr. KoKson reports the main road still in indifferent condition for travel, although free from water. The government are, however, making praiseworthy efforts to place it in good order. We now learn that the unfortunate man who cemmitted suicide by drown ing himself in Eraser river last week, while being conveyed to Lillooet to the Asylum here, was a German by birth named Jacob Krouse, aged about vears. UP SOUND ITEMS.—There is a rumor afloat among the Indians that a copper mine has been discovered at Point De fiance, near Tacouia. On a recent date, some Siwashes were making excava tions at the point mentioned, and found rock which to them was a curiosity. They did not, however, show it to the first white man they met, but carried it to some intelligent Indians, who pro nounced it rich with copper. Our in formation was obtained from Peter Stanup, Indian sheriff from the Puyal lup reservation, who was in this city on Tuesday Two large families came to this county on board the last ocean steamer. They hail from about five utiles below Council Bluffs, in lowa. An advance agent came to this county a few months ago, and deeir.e U it prudmt to send for his family, when other- followed. Tin y ex|>ect to settle near Mr Sales' farm, six or fight miles from Olympia ... .It is rumored there is to be a grist mill erected at New Taconia, at the end of the railroad track With the transportation facili. tit - afforded by the railroad, and by the mill upon the wharf for -hipping, there r.iuld not be a b» tt«-r -ite chosen f«.r a steam grist mill than is there found. ... .A wagon, loaded with fishers, went out to Offet'a place, * f t -w days since, a d brought home over three hundred trout. O-ymyut. SILVER —Mr. I I. Lancaster, ot Klic kitat Valley, \V. T. sent u> this week by Sheriff Sinister, a >mall piece of sil ver, that he says he extracted from sal verl Rearing quart/ r-* k. :i lead of which he ha» discovered over in that section ot*country—iti-1 where, he dot* n<>t in tonn us. —7' f lie* Slmnt sitteer. The Northern Pacific purple now projKwe to complete their road to Ulcndive creek in twelve mouth* with* out aid from M mtana or any other onintry —11* IT. &f<tte*tH'in. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS CALICO BALL AT YESLER'S HALL, Tafsdai Rhs';. Ans. Mh I'nder the direction of O. O. Stelnwes. TICKETS, - • - #I.OO Seattle. July nth, 1876. td Notice* Parties iodebtrd to me IR to mtk« immediate payment. Accounts unsettled on the Ist prox.fwi!l be placed in the hand* of a collec tor. Settle and save expense W. G. JAMIESON*. Watchmaker and Jeweler. Seattle, W. T„ July 27th, 1876. jj-25-tf DIUUTI 6F CO-FARTIEHSHIP. The late ftriu of Holmes & Glore having Bold their stock in trade as Furniture dealers, and the undersigned Michael Glore, one of the members of iaid late firm having purchased the same, and the undersigned having the right, has exercised it to dissolve the. late co-partnership, aud does now give notice that the co-partnership heretofore existing between J. S. Holmes and Michael Glore, lately doing business at the city of Seattle, iu Washington Territory, nuder the firm name and style of li<>lme« A: Glore, has been this day dissolved. M. GLOitF. Seattle. W. T.. Julv 11th. 187» 12- ff-Nlim ACADEMV For Young Ladies, Humboldt Street, Victoria. Thin establishment is pleasantly situated on a high and healthy location, surrounded by spa rious plsy grounds, which afford the young ladies the facility of pleasant walks and useful bodily exercise. The plan of education embraces every means requisite for training young ladies in virtue, and in the knowledge of those branches of sci ence becoming to their sex. Besides the nsual literary course of studies, plain sewing, all kinds of useful and ornaments i needle-work, and every variety of fancy work are taught free of charge. Difference of religion is no obstacle to admis sion into the Institution. TERMS: Board snd Tuition per quarter J4.V00 Wishing 8.00 Music I#.oo Drawing 6.00 Painting 6.00 Hair Work—course of lessons 10.00 Wax Work " •• 24.00 Bed and Bedding per annum 10.00 Letters should be addressed to the Superioress of St. Ana's Convent, Victoria, V. I. THE SEATTLE HOSPITAL CONDUCTED BY G. A. WEED, M. D., COMMERCIAL BT., BET. MAIN k JACKSON, Soattlo, W. T, r|X> MEET TH* PRESSING WANTB Or I many persona on Puget Sound, needing Medical and Surgical aid, for comfortable rooms and good care at moderate prices, I have fitted up a Hospital where every convenience and comfort will l>e provided in connection with ex perienced and skillful Medieal and Surgical at tendance. We aim to make this a permanent institution and to give SPECIAL ATTENTION to cases of FRACTIRE AND INJURIES OF ALL KINDS, constantly occurring in the SAW MILLS, COAL MINES, and LOGGING CAMPS surrounding us. Seattle being centrally located with regard to these interests, and more accessible than any other point,we mean with the aid of these and advantages, giving personal and thorough atten tion to its entire management, to build up an In stitution indispensable to the SICK and DISA BLED who have no homes, and worthy of their confidence and that of the Public. The Hespital is in a pleasant and healthy lo cality,. and the rooms neatly and cheerfully furnished. For farther particulars, apply either in per son or by letter to G. A. WEED, M. D . feblS-tf _ Seattle. W. T. Sheriff's Sale. BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF SALE IH sued out of the District Court of the Third Judi cial District of Washington Territory. ID AND for the counties of King, Kitsap. and Snohomish. held at the city of Seattle, in King county. dated on the /yth day of June. A. I>. 1*76, en a judgment and decree rendered In said Court, in the rase wherein N. B. I*.«wer* la plaintiff, and William Phllpott, Rosa Philpott (his wife), and Robert Flynn and Samuel Alexander are defendants, on the Jtith day of August, A. D. 1874, and to me di rected. commanding me to proceed to notice for sale and to sell the property mentioned and de scribed in said decree, and to apply the proceed* of null Hale to the satisfaction ef said judgment, amounting to the sum of Five Hundred and For ty-one Dollars and Fire Cents, and interest there on at the rate of twelve per cent, per anaum from the date of said decree with cocta Of suit— ari.onntiot; to Fifty-nine Dollar*— le*s the sum of fiVt.l2 received sad paid on said judgment and decree on the £>th day of June, 1K76. 1 have le\ied Bjxm the pr>i>erty J»■»•<"nbed in «aid decree, U'-vrit : Ail that rertaiu lot. piece or parrel of land situate, lying and being in the county of KiUap. Wa»,iiingt..n Territory. described as "fol lows The undivided one-half interest in the southeast quarter of the northwest quarter of s«v. number twmty-one, in Township number twen ty-five North, of Range number one W«»t, con taining eighty acres of land, more or leas, at Sra beck, in said Kitsap county . and now, by virtue of said de* ree and ordtr of aale, on Saturday, the 19tli day of August, 1876, At the hAor of ten o'clock A. M.. in front of the »U>r* of O. A. Meigs, in the town of Port Madi»<n, in th* rounty of Kitsap aforesaid. I will sell to the highest bidder therefor, st Public Auction, ail the right, title and Interest of the above-named defendants William Phllpott, K- sa Phllpott, brrt Flynn and Samuel Aleiand<-r. in and to thaaUiva described property, or so much tnareof as will satisfy said judgment and decree, cuxts, interest and acnung costs. THEODORE A. WILLIAMS. Shenff Kitsap county, Washington Territory. Port Madison, July 15th. 1K74. iyl?-4w MISCELLANEOUS. M. H. WE E D ARCHITECT BUILDER. 1* n v prepared t- furnish PLANS anil SPEC IFICATIONS f r building in all its branches: also wsll tike cor tract*, ard superintend OFFICE OVER MORRILL'S DRFO STORE. Seattle, W. T„ March 11th, 1975. Notice. The drawing ot' the tirst Oram! Lot tery of Washington Territory i- hereby postponed until the Ist day of January, A. D. H. L. YESLER, Manager. Seattle, July 1. " BOCA" The Most Celebrated Beer On this Coast, will be served from this date at THE RETREAT, FRONT STREET, - • - SEATTI.E. W. H. SHOtID V, DEALER IN PAINTS, OILS, VARNISH, GLASS, PUTTY, &C. Paints ready mixed iu color and quantities to suit Just received, the largest and best assort ment of WALL PAPER In the city, and will sell at reduced rates ready trimmed. RUBBER IMINT. I will guarantee the Rubber Paint, all other circumstances being equal, to cover more surface, per gallon, two-coat work, thau the Atlantic Lead and Linseed Oil, and Twenty percent, more thau the Averill Chemical Paint, and that it will last twice as long as either, when properly applied, without Painting, Kalsotniniug and Pa per- Hanging done on short notice. Seattle. July 25. A New Gallery! Te be known as the PHOTO6RAPH GALLERY Is now ready for business. Having con ducted an institution of this kind in Chi cago for a number of years, we claim to l>e able to give entire satisfaction to all that shall favor us with their patronage. The best and latest im ptovtd instruments have been secured, and it shall be our aim to furnish a superior style Of work. Bring along the little ones, as Children's Photographing Has been a specialtytwith us for the last ten years, with gratifying success, Gallery on Fit OXT S Til EKT, Foot of CUE Uli Y, Over the ISTCLL'OENCER OFFICE. PETERSON BROS., Proprietors. Seattle, W. T.. July 14,187tf. jyl4-tf Music! Music! SEATTLE ttffi i STUB til Win. NTKEIT, Leader, Is now thoroughly organized and open to engage ments for Balls, Parties, Parades, Excursions. Etc., on reasonable terms. Apply at Dolly Varden Saloon or City Beer Gardens. GEORGE LAMBERT, Agent. Seattle, June 28th. 1876. tf W. MONTGOMERY, AUCTIONEER Office an<l Salesr-oiu <>u COMMERCIAL STREET, East Side, third door south of McXaught A Leary law office. W. M will attend promptly to sales at auction of Rral Eslatr, Mrrthandiw, Foraiturr, Elf., A* veil at* Administrator SaU*. e3O-lm Democratic Convention. Th«- Democrat* of King county are requested t-> meet at their tueveral Toting place* on Saturday. Auafttct l&th. 1«T(5. at 2 o'clock P. m., for the pur- P"*e of delegates to attend a Democratic Connty Convention, to t»e held at Seattle, on Sat urday, August 30th, I*7«, at 2 o'clock p x. The following tc» the apportionment of delegates Seattle Freepurt 2 Tolt 2 Knoqaalnue 2 Duval'a "... 2 White River 5 Lake Washington 2 Squak 2 Mo* La Pu»h h«-nt«/n> .... .. Porter'* Prairie •» Samannah *} Cedar River j I>u wamiah 2 Newcastle _ ?. Slaughter 2 The delegate* f.,r the city of Seattle will \* elf-cted by Wllot, and Wm. H. White, T. S. Ru*- *»-ll and 8. F. Coouib« are appointed a orumitt*-*- to conduct the election. C. D EMfcKT, EOIJF.HT BROWN, M V. R. STACY, W H. TAYLOR, JERE DRIOGS, jy2t-lw Deaw-cratic tVuntv Committee. M ISCELIi A XFOrS. DEXTER MORTON & CO., BANKERS ShATTLE, W.T. nEI'OSITS RECEIVED AND AC c.mir?- kept s be * to t heck or Prafl allowed on ti'iie deposit* from date o! deposit. <icM Fxv hanjre os» IVitl tnd. Sun Francisco jii'd Mevr York. Money l.naiied on apurove;' security ; Bonds. Stocks and valuables leoeired on dep-*it for 4*fe keeping. Co.lections made and proceeJs promptly remitted. Investments in ileal Fafate and other prop erty made fo- arties. REOITED SIM NEWBRICK YARD One tulle north of Seattle, near Juilge Mercer** Price per Thousand, $6.50 at the Kiln, or SB.OO Delivered. Hi" »av€ or»U*ra for brick, ami examine samples. »• t the stove of L S. Row®, Front street. ' Frazfer A: Moon ivo4.«' T. H. STRINGHAM, PAINTER & CONTRACTOR. Does all kiuds of House and Boat Paint inir, (drain ing, Paper-Hansrfns and Sign Work. Paints for sale, ready mixed, of all kinds. Ea timatea furuialicd for partiea designing to have work done SHOP UN PAINTER'S ALLEY. Logging Grease! From and after thin date we will make and keep constantly ou Laud C* reaw for JLoggiiig And other pnrpooen, at our Soap Factory, Mill Street, Just above the Seattle Brewery. Price 12.25 p*r 100 pounds. jvß-lm CHAPMAN & CO SONETHINCi NEW! The are now prepared to do Hteam & Cwan Fitting; At short notice, and in a workmanlike manner, SEWING MACHINES REPAIRED. AND— GENERAL JOB WORK Done to order. Plat eof Business, on FRONT STREET, Between Cherry and Columbia Street*. COULTER HENDKICKS. Seattle July, 12th 1N76. ■c bm «► w,- ,w a T. P. FREEMAN Has just removed to his new atore on Mill atrect, Opposite Occidental Hotel, where AMYTIIIXO IX HIM MM:. AS GOOD AS THK BEST AND CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST, %JTCan henceforth be procured. FOR THE CHOICEST Imported Cigars AN I) VolMtffON, GO TO FltKlft. BARKKR'M, Corner Mill an<l Commercial St* jylMf AUCTIONEER! fe. IK W. LYTS, Auctioneer. OfSoe *nd Hklftif M'iuM on FRONT STREET Thr+r door* fioni Mill. <VKHU >«.u«Lt and *.lj on f»ir commiaalon. In all < »v* tetiMfkctioti guaranteed. Oive the Prof«.*, r a call-h- allowa n<>n« to do work «h«*pcr or better than hi mm-lf. 9»ttl«, July 4U». Jy4|f MISCELLANEOUS. GO TO Bean & White's NEW GROCERY STORE OS FROST STKF.FT, ,f Mwi-u J ' Worth of your Monty. They keep a t»r*e and vpletidM ttorfc Groceries School Rooks, Statioim AND NOTION'S, And *rv the only house in Seattle W hw» _ ru gft the *"• Alden Dried Apples, Pears, Plums, Corn, Onions, Kv * Th«> also Imp constantly on hand Shorty llrtiH, Whtat, Oiite, Etr. JUL G-LORE, Importer of mid Dealer la FURNITURE IJPHOLS?SRY"GOIM I COMMERCIAL STREET, SEATTLE • I «;IR mi 39HW Parlor Sets, Of German Tapestry and hair Cloth Bed~§oom Sets OF BLACK WALNUT AND WHIT* ASH. trimrafd with black walnut. Sofas & Lounges, OF HA IK CLOTH nn3 TAPESTRY Bureaus, Oontor-Tablea, Oliairs, Curtains, Picture Frames Mouldings, oto. croqueF sets. •<T" All good* purchased it this establishment, 11. o» delivered free In 107 part of tha city. Seattle, July 17th. 1H76. §&F#r Sale! || A FARM OP 159 1-2 ACRES, Nearly one-half under fence. Cuta from alsty ti *«• verity tona of hay yearly. Twenty-fly* MM #ood pasturing land. Alao One good Span of Horses, One good Wagon, 11 Head of Cattle. 75 Head of Hogs. Thin valuable farm Ilea one-half mil* (!*■ White Itiver on the east Hide, and elghtaea #!!• fr >ni Seattle. Terina—sA,ooo ca*h down. Apply to FRANKLIN HAMMOND ontbefam. River, June 28th. IK7«J. E. L. HALL, Undertaker Cherry SI reef, Seattle, W.T. 'COFFINS & CASKETS j C oiHla'itly «>n t,»inl ami ina«l«- to ontor. Th* a*M4>rtm»-iit of I'litlertaking Cw©oda Of evrry il«-K<*rij>ti<in. In Territory* Ofilt-rs from any |>art of the Hound pfoeptif nn«xi. Ifc . Every article in my line will be mi[>plled<* moot UUral term*. B. 3_». HftU jjia-if A LOT FDR WW! IN I>. T. DENNY'S ID UIIIIII TO HI SUIW Every man wh" Km » f»n*ily wd Ituyn a Lot and Kreetn a Dw«B* int? Thereon Will received • clear l>e«d for TWO M*** Price of Lots, Each. I>. T. DENNY' July lltb, !#?•?. 1