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Till: BIILV IMELI.KiF.M I,H.
Monday, July 31. 1876.
ALMOST * KIGIIT La»t «v»n;ng
as th< •t»-_ i tn«- rZ' phvr * ■.* irg
for Taroma, a ttu ; at* r»t !»•. t *i y
the i ana" of Jon'V got '>: Jo an a<V i
tion on Y» »ler « wharf with or.** of tl.
Portland gambb rs who bvl l * » n it.
•ttandano: upon the race*. Frcm « '*'«
J proeeoded to slap the t>".t r «|,«.rt
in the fare wb'-retip' ti the latter w
hi* pistol and wonl i probabh ! v- -h 4
hn a--aiiant liswi not Lf II W» v»t. r
intervened and ae|j«rated them IL
city Marshal th<n arrest*-.} <Jo!.«*s >< .
took him to the station h'/u*. .
while the rough, who drew the ps-? i
and wan diapoaed to v- ;t m the crow
wan left ondi-turb* d. and -h rtlv aft. r
ward went off on the «t. am»-r. Aft. r
the steamer left, the Marshal, w«» ar«
informed, re I «-a»»d June- fr n» c«e diri
ment."
CotTJtTKY HvTKKI RISK - M AI;: a
ter's Landing on Vi hite river ju*' n< w, is
the Scene of iiO little life an ! it. I< *>tn
al activity. Among ' '.her improv« ment
ju«it finished, or in |.r»gre«s, may I*
mcituni'<i ah< -w furniture f*< * ry. j=ia?
put up, wher« Mr i« tiir n-t; < -t»t
» : vrt*cl#' «»t k.J*, w ~n-•
• oti 'tf pi< ture fr.itiK * and othi-r irti
office furniture, which for finish
worild lie creditalde to »? y factory
Such indu»trie« are what tin- o untry
ban long *t<«<l in ueed <»f. limk'i'l "f
imjjortiug.Wa»l»ington Territory -!.«»■. 1« 1
•upply t li«? world with all kii<U «>f
wocidrnware.
TJ.'K NOOTSACK ('OF.MKV, —We had
a talk with a gentleman lately from
Wisconsin, now a settler on the* No .t
---»a< k in Whatcom county He states
that th»Te are ten- of thousands of
acres of the richest land lie ev« r * w
in lliat valley awaiting etccupation. It
Ik his !»«li>f 'h-*t » man <m »ken
g jo«i living lle te on <>io- fouith th»-
land that i- r. quired in W'ta< ou«tin, and
Hot suffer halt so much fr<jm 11 *< cold.
He projwwk s iinniediately to aend for
hi- family and other relatives.
DEATH.— Yc-urday morning, J aim-*
G. Libby. an old St dtle pioneer, di»d
of aneurism of the aorta. Mr. Libl/y
came h< r < # io IS.VS, ai.d wui well-known
to tuoit of the enrly settlers. lie came
to this coast from Whiteflfld, Mtllie,
and was a I tout ■"><• years of age. The
funeral will take plaee to-day at 10
o'clock, from the residence of Mr. Bald
win, ou Second stnet.
A Legal Acckhhlon. Col. L B.
Nash, lately from Walla Walla,
ami formerly » law partner of N 1»
Caton, Esq , of that place, has
located in our c ity ft >r th* practice of
the law. and has gone into partnership
with W 11. White, Esq <'ol. Nash,
tve are informed. was a soldier of th»-
Union and served on the st. lV of U> n
Steele,
I r«KT. —As Mr Hhermati of Sno
qtialuiit* nit freighting lus household
g Htds up the river one day la->t week,
the canoe capsized and i's contents
lost. Mr. Sberinati settled in the
valley some years ago, and has just
been joined by his family from the
Elst. Hi* loss is estimated at two or
three hundred dollars.
Prorate Col" r r —The* < I;n r»r«
against Mrs. Graff, of Yashon Island, of
having conceubid money belonging t«»
.John Filfe, deceased, after in vr
whs found by the Judge, t«» l»< not tm
tinned, and the mm il. In the
estate of Win. Hrown, dte« •***•!. order
was i«*u«xl to show cat mo why real es
tate should not be sold.
Ht*M'*uEi» It is said that the North
I'acitia will shortly rcsuuae h> r old
route on the Sound. Also, tint the
liakota and City of Panama will K>
xucoee lid l»y the Salvador and South
('atolina on the >an Francisco tnd
Sound route.
The fourth race did not coioe
off on Saturday as was announced. tor
the reason that the fund* which w< re
to tnako up the eonsolation pur So of
*1 V>, and fJO cntrauoe, could not '»«
rained, and the ra<t» was consequent ly
given up.
I'oLtCE CotßT—thi Saturday, the
ui»n Uiley, arrested the <lvv Im fo-e, f i
be.ng dmnk an 1 di- r1« rly. aNo r ■ -ist
iiiij the officer inskint; the art« st, was
tiur«l by Justke S«a»tt, #5 ► u I Cvsts,
which he will work »<ut
The gr«do eu Front
street has d *< » t»r that the
strwt i« ti >w sga>n j asasN * ! r t< iins
siu th of Sj ring atr.Ht Imf how K>nj; it
will oontiuue »o i» a
future.
Testimoni ai Mr John I ' ini«>
our enterprising yotinj* n a > 1 i! r
reich<Hl his majority yesterday and was
presented l>y hi«tri<-nds with an i'■ re
ineewliantu pirn- r*» nieno nt« f th-
O tMsi'lll
tlr Prof. ILildwiu gave auotlu t of
his spiritualistic « xiiibitio«-» in
the Favilion on H»tur«lay to a
m s*l h m«\ ai»d ib parte j \ -*« s I t > f r
rortlainl. wh-re he e\h; its tonight
Aiotuir Ship to seßi it t We
hear that M; Mitchell is dra*i' g a
model of another vo ! to 'u.' at
the yard in lblltowu. by Mr J M
Col utan
I>v>s P.*. W lV \ I innish ri\er»
an? ju»t uo* **l'. IllUsi with
b s lus and tb i. K s r, mth l e lar
ri*er and a «t< ent caiiij -
ItT The Il.vts i{. S Li ».
lately ap;>o4Utel I.icutei a t t»o\ -re r
of Hii'iaU CoLuubu. «as svit.ru tn ai.d
«Hilrred upou a diw hirge of lh duti« s
ot the office «vn Friday last
: v . <i i.tk*.—Tht dis- (
c* -* \ y ♦ T»-%ch' rs Territorial
( *• : ■* n * : ty will Ist. "T*r
ii'.riA >r.j rlr' ■ ; r.t» . tVir dnts»«.
p <!»r' ,nt ar><i «a : ary.* 2>l
( A.' \ * J. rir :.•! r.*» i. liosr-i 5
A v. t, i. >'* constituted. iutie>
tr. * . •-« f *n e ■ '■ z father
!' ; •nu r« ;v» cci,«ideration before
-»• t *< wiyii. i«u «ig which i
tl.rf ifiaj r'sri*. on of test b00k5....
«» )• : I I •> :' ■ v r.£ t r,d !J» % :tifv ng
Ute-r* thi- y<%r li<j» «;d walk-,
ff t %' d ut 1? g* hav« been pit in
g -«d >rd» r. -*n l we claim that no town
on the i pr* - ».♦- a more at true tire
* r .'*? '■ t s i ar*is?ic eye than <ur
iittl- c y 'Lis -uu.mer. T..e work f
r*-p.-tiri" ir *r. br: Jge ha« been
roi . . r:< .-d T?: heavy "*id> brac>■«
■u- • * r« ir.f-v d. and th» ea-tern end
ts to - rt:<« ?hr<e * r fi..ur feet. ->• a*
t'is*---,r. . tier irrade... .The steamer
F.v rit*■ t. wi i :i«ay \ tine W>oin of log*
fr in ry r ' i_v ye«ttrday. belonging to
Firry lit «... .We art j-1« w-«-• Ito note
that Mr. >. N Coojxr, of Tumwater,
s. ire 1 t>j coffers t for furnishing the
d'-or-. -ash m i • iling for the lar*:**
br. k -'or. now ? dir.* in battle f r
th- Frauetithal l?r< - Mr. <Hto Flanks,
of t- j'ls s. ha- the contra< t for the
m.is- nry work on the same building
....Fishing parties arc now making
Nilyraiil-up. il the »enly iuha>>it»nt
«>f bay and inland lak-- at»d stream ....
Mr- sparks and Mrs < B Mnnn and
infant, of thi* city, were driving a -in
gli hot * to % buggy, near Mound Fr-ti
rie, Thur-day. when a bund of* rattle
n,< i ar.d frightened the h< r>e, which
whevlt-d round ;t!.d turned the buggy
over. The infant mi thrown clear of
the vehicle *nd uninjured. The ladte
were caught l»eneath the buggy; but
the hor*. (Ikl not attempt to run away.
Mrn Mann ha«l her hip bndly brui«*d,
and Mr* Spark- had an |artu severely
hurt, and \va- seriously jarnnl by the
fall The fall Wrm of the school in
<)i\tnp:a l iiioii Academy will begin on
Monday, the fourth of September next.
>TK:L\' O M IIEVS. —At the UnitetJ
>t * tec | < nitetitiary, on this bay, are j
now •• vi i inmsti - Une was discharged
on Sunday. Chas B. Hopkins, »oa
of Mar-hal Hopkins, is to leave his
l»osition at the peuitentinry on the
tir-t of August, and go to Onkiand,
California Mr. K/ra Meeker, off
Fuyallup. who three weeks ago was
neriou-U injured in the face by n kick j
from a horse, white >. >r m Oregon, '
eauic to town jestenlay. His upp«.r
left Ja A W,T> broken. His face is jetj
cunsnlurablv swelled, and the lea«t jar i
pro<iuces -even- pain in the head. Judge
\N inoitiil. ot \\ ail.t allu, alter the ad
join ninent uf the Supreme Court, has
been waiting various towns on the
Sound to note the improvement since
his removal <a>t of the mountains j
Fate has attempted several times to >
burn the Methodist church, in this city,
l>ut n< \t r kui « etded The other morn
ing a not her tffort wa- made. It con
tined itself to a scare and an im
meusi quantity of smoke Mrs.
Eii/ab th P. Spinning has been ap
|M>inti'd t'» take charge of the jostoftice
ut Sutum r, in this county.
M in: ( oak is Pititcr. County.—
Wo have been shown a piece of ct«al
which was discovered by Ja*. L mg
mire, in Pierce county, recently. It
l- one of the specimens, ami
shows a Utter quality of coal than any
we have yt*t had the pleasure to ex
amine. It was taken from a vein some
thirty units south of the N. P. railroad
traek. \V edo not look ujw>n the dis
covery as anything unusual or strange,
for j>r. vn ius evplor.'tions in the vicinity
meistiiUttd 'giv. undisputed evidence
that the southern and t a>tern portions
of Pierce county are lich with undis
turlted d-po its of coal, lead, copper,
iron, m almost unltinittd quantities,
and silver and gold to an extent not
yet known.
Lono TiMtijcits.- Soiue very good
work w»i performed at Ill.lkeby Mill
last we» k. The mill »nwed four sticks
of timber, 20 * 2-1 inches, and I.'JI feet
1 *'"KT- Tin* "ticks, a-* they < ante from
tin \v<H»ds. sealed 86.000 fret, tat id were
estimate*! to weigh between 70 and
tons They were cut utid hauled in
one of the Company's Camp*. near
Olyinpia, superintended by Mr I)an'l
\ arnes, to whom gre*t credit is due in
obtaining them. The tuuK rs will bt»
•tut to San FranriKO, on the C. L.
Taylor. Theae sticks, w* baliave, are
tl* Ijirir* -t ever ktiwed in any mill on
th • Soui <1
Coli MMV Bar. -The survey of the
bar at the mouth of the Columbia
River ttiv made in May and June l»y
t apt. .lesson and Mr. Tabor bv direc
tion of Col Wilson. The area sounded
was over ."10 square miles 148 miles
were run m making soundings 2,381
angle* were obst rved and 1 *2,381 sound
iit«j« wt r»* made. The work Las now
Wen plotted; the 18 feet curves at
luevn low water are 5,(V10 feet apart,
an 1 t'»o ltanr depth in the slop channel
it tl.i "tajje is 2"| f« et . the tide rises
fr in to Line f»~ t.--( ■■tra.i' lit
porftr.
Improved I'Rr.r Duykk. —We barn
from t? e >;e i --i t'ist th t.« w Plum
nser Frui' I rv r built *t City
was •» steii on Thursday, and uorked
*atisiactorilv in every particular l'io
plant was diied in oi.e L> ur and twenty
minutis, app!« s in ta'o h< ur« and cher
r>es in thr«e hours The dryer is
v* ik<d by tie Clacks us a' Fruit Com
pany. Q ute a numUr of the dty«r>
are n * iu oj«« ration in this St »te and
Wa.slnngt n Territory, rui 1 they give
j>» rfeet s»iisfaction everywhere. The
dryer in F.ast l\>r:land »iil !>e wv»rked
on t>ia» klnri ies shortly.
>M\L! I'oX IN SAN Fraxusco
riie « -.all p \ to la* fearfully
prevalent tn Sin Francisco at the pr<, •
wt tnu We h ,\e i< t lu ard of its
•tj'jH iraiu« ti> any alariuinc extent
a])t»re It an tl» r« t the things.
ths» vtir pi vtple may conjjratu'af th«m
--<lv. s th.-»t tin* fearful di«-
ea*e has never 1m en epideuiic on the
r b . f Ft:g* t N isnd
The Pi iujre ant! thip I* sok
«ai!ed from Vict wi i on Fn iajr
the i rmer for Honolulu I tbe
latter f r Sap, Francisco.
BUSINESS NOTICES.
A >.iL«ojr FOR SAT r —A firs: claaa
I'-tr Sai on ia this c:'y. doing a_* *>*
bowif**, is for sale, on aio unt of the
i.fc-j n«» -«r'«int*r.d< •! < h mgeof! :«in< «
inquire a? this (*f£oe.
IHAVT* r.:». Draft* will - 1 n
a'i the principal cities of E"" m y
Br fh-T- -t»'T , **<Tittl** W T
Wa.vtkd —A woman or girl. <•> ui
pet-mt to downers! bouse * rk. can
find steady employment in » -ma
family, by applying at thia i Sic**.
IriT Who can't afford to dr- s< up
no* : G - to Schwabncher's and g t the
latest s»yle of Silk Hats for sis
dollar- '
only pla»>» to ir**t the cele
brated Strilaeootu, v t, Lou- and Bre
men Beer. »oe cold, is the City Beer
Hal!.
FOH BEST —Booms for a small
family can bo obtained at a reasonable
rate- by applying at this offi->-.
IV For a goo»i, cool glass of Lag* r.
Ut> to the Adelpliia. opposite Yeslfr'*
Hull.
We call attention to the advertise
ment in another column ♦»f the Grani
Calico Bail t<» be given at Yesler's llall
• m the nth of August next.
Dismantling.—The old Windward
hulk is t* ing taken to pieces, with the
design, t-rot-ably, of saving her iron and
copper ftstcntngs.
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
OCCIDENTAL HOTEL
S D Ives San Francisco; A Mackay,
City, K J Th<>rne, City. C F E Foss,'
Newcastle; Charles M Mitchell, New
castle; Joe Fares, Squab; M I'addcn,
Talbot; James Duvail, Newcastle, F
Powley, San Miss Johns,
City; Wui. Carkeek, City; Otis Free
man, San Francisco; F M Colthark,
Portland; H ButKr, Portland; K G
iiaiidt 11, Portland; 1* G Cochrane, New
castle; A Launt, Port Ludlow; George
Girty, Yictyrm, Thomas Doyle, Port
Gamble; John Mallei, Port Gamble; L
B JLindaey, Portland; G Buckingham
ami wiu, Francisco; G Fisher, »aa
FrrnotfOn; A San Francisco;
M fj Hicks, White Hirer!* ,
AMUICAI IIOrSK. _
John Murphy, Charier Beasniill, T ;
Welch, Wui Hughes, Uauiel Morris,
Port Townsend; Thomas Pmn, Port
Madison; Joseph M< Snohomish i
City; J B Bargent, James Nichols, Cal
ifornia; A C Davis, Race track; Wui
Green, Whatcom; Isaac Taylor. Port
Towusend; C Allen, Tacouia; J Patter, i
White Biver; Win Walker, City; Thorn ■
Conuiey, Port Madison, Johu C Dodd, 1
Vancouver; Peter Engles, Snohomish
City.
NEW ENGLAND.
A F Carroll, J Biginct, Portland; I) j
K Evans, II M Sanders, City; l> II A 1 - }
len. Sun Francisco; A B Cardwell, B S ,
Oslmrn, Newcastle; W C Mathews, S R
I >i».vi<, Seabeck; F Emerson, Carson; A !
A Gilford, W Noble & wife, Mrs I) Me \
gatcr, G A Sibley, J Kingston, Snoho
mish; W Williams A wife, White river;
J I) Jones. Benton; r Peterson, W E-
Webster, Duwatnish; Mrs A Harris, Ta
coma; Mrs Kellar, Port Gamble; A M
Snyder, Portlaud.
SEATTLE MARKET REPORT.
CORRECTED DAILY BT MESSRS. CRAWVOED A HAH
RIXUTOS
SEATTLE, July 49, lH7fi.
Gold iu New York. fllJ*.
Currency, here. buylnK. M : wiling. 90.
Trade dollars, W , half dollars, 9V.
II unit* Prodnee
Floor. fi bill i3#s 75
Wheat, y bushel 1 to
liarley, " .... 80M&90
Oat*. " 60(<#62 |
Potato**, •' 1 25 I
Onions, •• I 2.V41 so
Hav * l<>n W 00 '
Butter. Fresh Roll |i!b VkgXA 1
E*«* down :*) ;
Cruilwd Feed 100 tb 200 j
Chkktßi, f» dozen 4 00 '
Tluiothy st-ed, ft bushel 4 50 :
Haeon 16#20
Lard <*
Wk.l 1*
Hides—Oreen. nated.
Pried. 12 S ; culls, v» lew.
j
Nan I'rnnrlwo Market.
B%x Frajicisco, July V).
riour-H «7H.
Wheat—Superfine grades, f 1
fl 40,*1 45.
Parley— Feed firm at 97Hc<£*fl 00. half silver.
OaU—<l 25-' <41 65.
H*y-
Potatoes—6sc<4 85.
THE SEATTLE
HOSPITAL
CONIH'CTED IIY
G. A. WEED, M. D.,
COMMKRCUL ST , RET. MAIN Jt JACKSON.
Seattle, W. T,
'po MEET THE PRERSINO WANTS Or
1 uiaiiy persons en Pu*ta Si iind, n«-edinK
Mfdira) and Surgical aid, for eon.f> rtabl*- r la*
at. 1 k-.-i-! < ar»> at i:;.*t« rat.- jr. • 1 * II
uj> a Uoapital w!irr»> er*ry iMuvcuifii •' and
c< tnf-rt will !>• pn \lilp4 ui conm ■ti sltb «i
--l*rtfD«*l and alillful MeOwa; aa-t Surgical at
tfn.iau««'.
V* r- aim t<> maV<> this a institut! n
and t< giT»> aractaJ. %rrrvrj- > to » aw* of
KRArTt RE AND INJI Klla OF Al l. hIM»
>< iuitatitiy occorrlQK sn thr S.*sr Max*. G<>ai.
M;«k*. an t Loootva Camps surr un tsrirf ua
ait«r>"»t»>. and tn rs a. <»wiMe than any
• tbrr pulbt.vt mftn with ti.f ai l f th«*» and
- u
ti u to ita rstltv iiiMugtuMct, l» build U[> as In
*tiSutb-n india(>raaa.bi« t" the SICK aiid
I!LKI> w!ui ha\s n<> htiOifa, and worthy < f tudt
onftdfuc* an I that of tkr Public
Thf H -»j iUS l» in a plt-a<»aKt and healthy lo
cality.. and the nxm» neatly an! ihwrfullj
furnisLcd.
i T further particulars, apply elthir la ; t
H'JJ ■ f by letter V..
O A. WEED. M D .
W U-U Sfeatt)-. w T
01SS8LITIOI OF Cfl-PAfITIEESHIF.
Ti>#- Ut* fim: i f H ltn#« k Oiorr h*vliu; lotd
their k tii crfeie m Kunvltur* dc*k>r», *cd the
ondrrHfiini M. i.**l <Mw of ti»« Ui«-aibrr»
■ f *»*■! .ktr ftrui l.X\ lU fc pSKbtNd th« MC.A, »Qtl
th* abJrru<finl th« r/fct tim-twd
it t» dt<WiT« li.' l*te r >-ptftsinyp, l&ttiiM
b t Ifiw Di liot ti>*« tfc? • ; fcrtcrr*lil|. Utri->tart
rU*UB# brt*'. n J - H Lc.rt* Ikt 1 Mi. li*e\ til nt,
Ut*if a, bajuA*** *: th« c»iy f -*■*».«•. to
W*»bittgttia TVmfcry, utul*r i;.« iirvu
w..S »t> I*t f H la. •» a GWit, L*» beta tkut vi*jr
il:wh4
SMttu, w. T., Jul* litfc. is:*. rl
MISCEILAXEOrS.
BI V
YOUB
GOODS
Oft'
B
R
0
SCHWABACHES
&
c
o
THEY KEEP THE LARGEST
ASSORTMENT,
AND SI LL
CHEAPER
THAN AN¥ OT&KIi
H O (J S K
XIST THE
TERRITORY
IV. H. PUIHPHREV,
Successor to
PUMPHREY
-YOUNG.
liookscllcr antl
Stationer,
BBATTT ■T] W. T,
rn.JM.ra:
KASSBftj
L. DILLKK, Proprietor.
(S-.*-c«H»ar to F. V. Snyder.)
MILL STREET, SEATTLE.
( AiiMiinlO on H»n«l the
<II<II<ENT MEATS
AND
VEG-BTA TILES
.. ALSO
CORNED BEEF AND PORK.
SMOKED MEATS,
PORK and BOLOGNA
SAUSAQES,
HEAD-CHEESE,
T R I P E . ETC
SIKIItKAX
Property for Sale
OVER 200 ACRES
Of t**atifulljr S « 'tiL*ke I"u 2.
one-bsif vf «>ufa I* #*r>lra mil. Almo.
' »■' s Sur L*ie. ne*r
: * A. MACKINTOSH.
MISCELLANEOUS.
THE ARCADE.
JUST OPENED
the
wmmm mw MOH'H
Fashionable Stock
OF
DRY GOODis
1) It ESS GOODS,
FANCY GOODS
Isiilics' ami («ents' Furnishing Goods. Men and
B«vs' clotliins. Hats, Caps. Trunks. Valises.
Ever brought to this eitv.
Our st«*.k has Uvn selected by ourselves personally. and knowing
the requirements of the trade, we feel safe it- saving that we have the best
selected stock in this market, and at low pruvs.
BOYD. PONCIN & YOUNG.
Seattle Stone Yard !
mW €» Mm mm Kc k tMit v n 9
MANUFACTURER OF
MARBLE MONUMENTS,HEADSTONES.TOMBS
AK.) furnisher Stone for Building Purposes. (.Yiuctirv Work of all
cutcd. All ord«>r* promptly tilled ami satisfactionVuarantt-ed. Prions
living :it a distance by sending a description of what they
wish, can have Designs, Prices, Etc., stmt to
them to choose from.
Shop on Crawford & Harrington's Wharf. SEATTLE. W. T
NL A. KELLY & GO!,
■r /
w
MilKitil.VTS AND APOTHECAKIIX
■>
Wl>4>l«>N3«l4 k «•■■«!. SKctCmAX,
SEATTLE, W. «T.
An we carry the Urprat stock of Prop*. Medicine*. Perfumeries, fce., of any hnuae tn
ran offer xuperior inducement* to the trader* of the Sound for their order*. for wo propose to rnafc
tlit jobbing trade a *p<vialty, ami will B<<ll gixidt at bottom price*.
The lailit-K will find our Toilet Department very complete, with the m«*t Dollcato PrrfUMry,
and fine Oosmetique*. We havt« the reputation of keeping the fluent Cigar*. B iui tt ueed* but a trial I
to prove ii.
Particular attention given to filling Medicine Chests for country Physicians
and Shij>s.
DRUa STORE.
GOOD NEWS.
The undersigned art; Const antly n cciving by every steamer from San Pr»nci*co
a large assortment of
CHOICE aROCERIOS
And keaj> constantly on hand
49 aa C? 9t y WM «»«■
Fresh Graham Flour, Corn Meal, Rye Meal, Huckwheal
Flour, ami Rice Flour. Chicago Hams, Racon
and Smoked Salmon, Fresh Califonia
Butter, Eastern k Maple Sy ips.
County ProduoH bought at.d Everything ke|>t l»y n
HM'J - IM3S tUW CTMffl
Will b»* found in our stock which we propose to sell chea|»»»r than ai y other
houw in Seattle.
All goods guaranteed. Give us a trial and bo convinced.
tiwwl* Itellterd to nil l*Mrt« of • tity free of Oi«r|e.
FRONT STREET. SEATTLE, W. T.
W. A. JENNINGS,
Wbolenlt FU-taJ i Dtiler lit
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, 1
HARDWARE, FINE TEAS, CROCKERY,
GL/SSWARE, FLOUR, FEED, &C.
; I
Imported and California Wines,
Foreign aim Domestic Liquors, Cigars and Tobacco
All GooJ« (iuar.iut»*e«l a* J>liver< 1 in the Cit\ Frit*
of Charg**
Commercial Street, Seattle, w". T.
MISCELLANEOUS.
Hurrah i
Tn the field again, and we
\\ill not stand back for
anybody, and offer
for sale to the
pub 1 i c
1,000 Fine Cashmere Hats
for Gents, at 50e each.
*J.OOO Fine Ladies' and Chil
dren > Straw Hats, at from
25c to 75e each.
2,000 Fine Gents' Straw
Hats, at from 25c to 75c
each.
500 Fine Gents' Fanau
Hats, at $1.25 each.
1,000 Gents' Oxford Tie
at $1.50 per pair.
1.500 Fine Gents' Alexi
Ties, at $2.75 per pair.
750 Fine Gents' Gaiters, at
$2.75 per pair.
1.500 Fine pairs Gents" Boots,
at from $2.50 to $5.00
per pair.
•>OO Fine pairs lk)ys Hoots,
at from $1.25 to $2.75 per
pair.
2.000 Fine Toadies' Shoes, at
$1.25 to $2.50 per pair.
2,000 Fine pairs Gents'
Cashmere Pants, at from
$2.50 to $5.00 per pair.
500 do/.. Fine Cheviot Shirts*
at 75c to $1.25 each.
1.800 Fine Cashmere Shirts,
at 50c to $3.00 each.
And everything else in pro*
portion. Come one, come
all, to the
Seattle
Auction Store*
Oil
M l 1,1. STREET
NI'XDTA J.AYIK, j
Proprietors,
STEAMER
Fanny Lake
* ■ v-^i
J. s. HILL, Master, *
(WHI »ave l«* for
SNOHOMISH |CITY
Every Thursday, and Return*
hit; on Sat unlay Stopping each
way at all inter mediate i<andiiigfl
B. A. HILL & CO
Manufacturer* off
C. V. B. REEDER'S
J
Wire-Suspension,
Vibrating-Spring J|
BED BOTTOMS
l'«t« nt»-<l July l, 1*73, ami wa« Awarded thm
Kir>t lT« inltim. with IMploftia, at Ihf California
HUtr K»lr; AUk», Mrat Pmiiltn, vllh IMploiua,
at tin- Hanta <Mara County Kalr, 1H73 , *ixl Mperlftl
IMpl me at tli«- Han Joa<juln Ooanty Fair, 1879.
C' mty kU'tiU fur •*!«•, at r>aw>nablt< figure*.
OnJfr* by mail l>romptly attended to.
I'ttalolKrr Rai, Mo. 44
Mrattle, Jfo*eiub«-r IS. I*T7S.
SEATTLE COAL
- AXD
TRANSPORTATION CO
•*rln«*lf»Ml plxr* of Bm«laf*a ( *»•
rrnnrtaro, 4 nl.
(.oration of Work*, Ming fMBly
\% n«hiiitftoii Territory.
Tbi* Company I* n<-w prepared t« funaiab
Superior Quality of Coal
IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT ! !
For Sale, at Low Prices I
Apply at the SEATTLE COAL
k IKA^HPUKTATIO^^BD'AXT.
- # Sa-ivt: itRAsrH
e m •
WEI>X EBDAT
at ?H o'clock,
In the Maa> uie uiflp
)f«nit»ni ul the r%.r are lutHfd to attend,
by order of the 21. 0.

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