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THE DULY IWELIMMM.
Tuesday, August 1, 1878.
Pea' h Or iw:x«» - We look upon the
oft r»-j**statenit-n that the |ier hi«
of.«oft.ie things that w -tit g' * in
»his ciiinate as a blander. Ther« are
Nut tr«-ea in the county, but those
we bare untied are in >stly h*-a;thy at.d
well laden with v«tt promising li king
fruit. The eurbi-af is tbe jrr»-at
malady of the tr '• thr- ugb<ut the
Cnton generally, but her«- iwtic*
IKit little indication of it It is true
t ie fruit d<«es not attain it* finest tfav- r
ii re, neither doea it in Southern ('alif>-r
nia There is a narrow l>elt of Territo
ry adaptrd to the perf»*ction of 11s •*
This extends thr<»ugh Dela
ware, ,\tw Jersey, Illinois, Michigan
and comes out on the Pacific in North
•rn California and Southern Oregon.
The influence of the I.ake<« inth» Grand
Traverse region of Mi< higan. « «p< < tally
vlapt* tliat region to this culture, while
here the influence of the S»nud and
fresh water lakf-< exert* a similar inllu
e we, and we nn rai*e a f»ett<-r article
here if itfiin* Ik- tak--n, than the average
of the I oion generally, notwithstand
ing the «»*>l nights They seem to e
rape the »j»ring frost*, even in the river
valley "hit"nearly a- wi-ll r
kind* of fruit At leu*t tin- Territory
«!iould raif- an ample supply of thi- d<
\'u iou* fmit f«* its own use.
••WHAT A WANT OK Prni.lC HrikiT
-Sutne *uth an expression as thi* htve
«*.- Li ard on two or three occasions,
whet* tbe few w«inbers of our Fire En
gin.- Company have been out on the
•tret t* endeavoring to test the capabili
ties ot the hand engine lately purchased
by the city Their fewni ssiu numbers
tie-re having been only ten or fifteen of
th< m altogether, ah- »i in fact there arn
itir>n enough h< re to fully linn a half a
dozen entire* st once, no doubt occn
s oiied the niuiar k, which is Hiinew |i-»t «.!
k refiaction upon the muscle
and fj>rit of the hundred* ot able
(•• died citilelis of Seattle. L.stead of
ten or fifteen active inemtx*rs of this
«> ni|>afiv what is nwdwl is between forty
and fifty. *s at least thirty men are
required to work the engine pro|>erly
The city authorities, after being urged
by ua f.«r seven long years, have
tin ally provided our citizens with the
means f<»r some protection against
any eonflagrat ion. and we hope
they will now do their part by
joining the fire company, now orgau
iihl, to "•nth an extent as will render it
•if efficient service whenever needed m
an emergency.
AChai.i.knoK on HaT. —A few years
ago the Department of Agriculture
puhlmhrd a >t ate went that Washington
Territory bottom lands would produce
five tons of timothy hay to the acre,
which was generally regarded as a
" Munchausen." We received a call
y< iterday from Mr Seymour Wetmore,
who stated that he had eut and weighed
tU tons of vs i>ll-cured hay upon one acre
of land, on his farm between this city
and Lako Washington thruo miles south
east of town Tht« best of it i*
that fhe after ninth growth for pan
turi»ge till!* fall will Im nearly halt as
much wore. Tin- laud is of tlie desenp
tioii known as beaver daiu land, (willow
•v amp,J and is not an average for the
e».tir« farm A short time since we
published in uccouut of the Becker
t trui. on Fidalgo Inland, (the regio't of
the famous Awinouiish Flat) whieh
yields four tous to the acre, but this
yield right at home, amongst our much
i|i«pa»aged sea-shorc-line farmers, sur
passes anything of which we have yet
heard Mr. Wet more wants to hear
from any section that can l>eat this.
(J..NK IOHKKUEWAHI) WE ellp ih«»
subjoined from tho Gilroy (*'*!•) -ti/ro
<l ift -—C>i» last Thursday. Mr* Mary (i.
M-txwrll, wife of Mr S. L. Maxwell,
formerly ono of the proprietor* of the
Ae#n/er, was relieved of her suffer
l»y the hand of death The
w*s a tm>st exemplary woman, and
U>re her sufferings, which during the
past few week* of her life, were most
intense, with great patience and resig
nation. {Hiring her sicknct* she not
only received the kindest attention
ft• HI her devoted huilmnd, who WM
ready to sacrifice everything for her
comfort, but the ladiea of our city, by
tin* kindin-ss of their niinistiatiout,
supplied the place of alwcnt friends.
While it mddeus the heart to see one so
young taken from our midst the many
virtues and amiable qualities she
pressed are worthy of emulation by
IK i living friends.
A SAD HKHKAVKMKNT Mr A Sny
d«T. lna»k-keeper of the I\»rt lil;ikeiej
Mill Company, receive*! intelligeno l I'II
Saturday Vi*t, that tho vtwinger i»f hi 1 *
t« » daughter*, I S MISS V'loretioe, d
a Unit thirteen years.) who aeooiopau
i<d their mother to the K»at H>UH»
months ago, was Accidentally kille-l at
Philadelphia, where they were o\i a
\;>itto the fetiteunial. Mr«. Snyder
an<l her <lnughters went to t>aklind,
California, from herv atvmt a year ago.
and w«re on the event of returning
from I'hiladelphia when the iwei
d nt oecured.
URAL KATATL TRANSACTIONS - The
following transfer* of re*l estate t ok
plaee in this city y ester Jay
II U. and Wra I'hilpott. t<» Mtry
& patein—loC 11, block 4<\ A A.
iK-nny's plat; SSOO
lsiu< « McXaught, ti» i)ulett .
lot bl.vk 5, M Naught'- .$1 addition.
♦ IW
A l< U* R. m>| hu>la'id, to J«
tf.oig.. lots 9 and 12. bl.vk »U>. A
A IVnny's addition, fj'»
THK OHU>r. The GA* and water
rompsnn a have made t
rvmove, or shut iff their pipe* fn>ui
Kr«»nt strut, in the vkimty of t'htfrry,
and the work of !•ringing the grade
do*.) to the prescribed 1 vel. there
* i'g »lil la« resumed to .lay
XUKIVKD —The followi'ig d«ep
at r rt IVtti.srudv.s
terday tho !»atk> Gem of the ti . *»
' sr.- Hi«» K.h-.} H d O*. Hli the »\ip
tifa.v l»4i|| (j . l»ai kelitine
U!s >i ri v
IjT The r*vet.uo eutter WUv tt
* rrl v*. 1 here Ik »t night
iLA-ULi.a LvaiirrTE —Tbe Teacb
r* T«-rr *ori*l C nrentioo ri «-*-
s n last w»«»-k in Olymp v a, 1 s-1-
j urn* d Friday and th" 1 • r
Sound w r> r-pr- •• * d t?»er»* by lUt
Geo. V Whitw fb. Plrwi I •:, t >-f
T«rr;t'-ria. I'm* r-ty. Mr os J ne<»
from I'-.rt Grioib'f, u d J. P. Jad* c.
Ksq.', tfc * T»nit</rtal -.rintet.4»-rit
A:noi-i; the —♦ i-» ,s di«cu»- d wt?
tbfxie <>! text (**>*« cour.ty -uperin
tendent*>. -ij • law. *• .« l rev«*r,ue
and gradetl s« Lo»il«. Parsuant f > di«-
c .*si .n ' f the tubj ctof iiormai s.;b'» ls,
tbe following nw li t. waaadopted:
Ilrf-'ffJ, That «<me m a* ir»" ahouUl le?
adopv ito • «t%;.:; -b % . •rmil *■ :< < 1
<»r a normal de} artment i c >;.n*-c
--tion with l Trrnt«.<nal I :,. .er*rv for
tbe instru ti-.u of t«-a< :i»r« After *
short di«M .s«i n on tb • »ts l j- t < f text
l*J< .ks it t(» I Urd T .ViViM ! '
lt-» tor r»-rn i a pirtu : 1«r *• ri -
at this time 'fh f ,|| vMt r»--' 'lor,
wis s'ibuiit-r-tl n.d id'»|>t» d /»>.«-■ >f
Thit pfOTiwi n -h ;jld mad»- for
the a* l«ftt n «*f % i - f teat b- k*
f r u«- m 'h>- -.) 1* thi< T rritory
by tb- Territori.t 1 r- I-.-\r
tbe fir*t wbi> hin*v ~ if *ft> r
tbe
the »li!*ll remain f r » <it !»•■•««
than f urye irs. iUd it ulrill lin leoh
lijf it'>ry on »!l the di-»tric T schools to
introduce and u«e tb * «une within six
month* alt* r n«ic!i »el»-c?ion h;»- b»-»-n
made »in<l noliet* th> r«-of nude public
< >ii 1" n i»y, |■rii . \ »-i f * rgati/ati n ,»«
* fT* i ted by electing J I'. Judton Presi
dent. K< v F. Whir worth. Dr. J K.
dandy, and It- v. O \S Skinner, Vice
Presidwiits, J K. Clark, S»-crc*tarv; O.
S. Jt»ne«., MM Frances Meeker, Mrx.
B. 11, of Seattle, As««i*tani Secretaries.
< >u motion the following named person*
were apjwinted as an Kxecutive Coiii
mitUs-: .1. K (Mirk, l)r. O W Skinner,
IC» v. (#. F W hitworth, O S Jones, Mrs.
P. C. H lie. Said couiuiittee were to
iu>ik<- all *ry «»riaiigeineiits for the
mbling of n re;icb> rs limt.itut«* in
th»i City of Seatll*. and t > prepare a
Complete p> itgramme f r «ti I Institute.
Aii IL)L- N I ON WIIII >li V Isl.aM)
w e are iu rneipt of a teller* in from
\\ hidbv l>U..d ni'di-r d*t' t ycsterdiv,
stating that while M m. Kellogg an l
son w» re out driving near Coupt ville,
tie* team ran off injuring Mr*. Kellogg
and -on seriously
The Senate has signified it- willing
ness to adjourn on M ndiyneit, yes
terday.) ltepres. ntative Morrison con
siders adjourn-no nt Is'fore Thursday an
im|K>"^ibility.
IfT The bark Columlm and the .ship
Orpheus arrived at Victoria ye-terday,
the former from Honolulu and the
latter from San Francisco.
nr There is a report that another
vein of c»»il, two f.-et in thickness, has
been struck on the Foster farm, at tiie
fork- of the Duwaiuish.
CIIUCKASt'T Sro.NP The schooner
j Mary Parker arrival <lay before yester
day with I,*M> tons of Chuckanut stone,
for tin- jail
Probate Couht.— ln the estate of
M. D. Wood in yesterday, the final
account was filed, mid August •"»T11 lsT«»,
set for hearing
tr The Dakota left San Francisco
on Saturday and may 1h« cvjavtcl to
anivi- here about Thuisdiv
IT The luirk J H I {<•11 arrived taut
evening from San Fr*nci«eo. She will
lond with Meat lie coal.
IfT The Hirkontine C L. Taylor
sailed from Port lilakely t• • r Sin Fran
cisco yesterday.
L«r The P. M S S City of Pan 4111:1
aailt d from Victoria for S-m Francisco
yesterday
OLYMPIA ITEMS.
On application of II (i Struve, K-«j ,
Attorney f«>r the Northern INrific liail
road t'ompsny, ateiu{K>rttrv injunction
wa-i granted on Monday by Judge
Green, rt straining the Sheriff from >• ll
ing the ruilrtud *• I or her projvity «. !
the company f. r the nor payment »t"
tati t d »guie»t the eouip »:i\ by
the atithorities of tl»i> count v. It is
cl aimed l>> thecompsity that the rail
road ise\iinpt t"r• m taxation by a •♦pi
rial pr«>vi»;.>n in their charter, and that
their land* are not t«\ iMe because the
I nited States hold the b'gnl and ttpnta
hli' title t » th*« same, until the ivst of
surveying a d hvatiig such lands i>
pant by the company. The tiaal h< ar
»ltg of the rtius*« will be p>**tpon«-d until
the regular term of the Ih-triet Court
in l>evvmbcr n« *!
S<» f*r ;i* the jHitato er >p in thi>« vi
cinity n c**iuvme*!. we may it i* a
failure. Ihe |H.»tato rot ha- in
e.trly. and hardiv a patch <>r garden
within the city liiuit* !)*•» filled to be
visited by it In -me field*, in r. in t<
l.«illti»*«. p.'tat<,H»s :tre growing tlinf
tily. When the vi e<s begin to -how
evidence of the potato t there is ti- ■
known remevly other th in to and
■ell the jmtattHa iiiitno«iiatel\. It m»y
U- that the Ute run* ;tre the principal
tauseof the injured crop f, r this >. a
•on.
>. vers, i xpi rtn»c pir.t - projm>*. to
rendt *vou» tti the mountain* - «ui Thi*
has been *n ungual y» ir for t \«nit«ioi -
of various *. rt«. aii I th< end : t yet
They will conduce to * ur 1 health, if
barren of other desirablt n-sul:-*.
The Teacher's conventi >u adjourned
y« strr ivy.
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
Ot\ II'EXTAT. HorKL.
M V Am II r TiUkt. Villi#, Port
l.wii.'W Geo Atkin* »r I «rs!"*. T* • nu*
Fr.it: W t T»rk Str % -:u J li M '•
goin.-ry Ms** J. !t * t Ft it 1. O K
U< tri»h. 1' «rt i ti H Foster,
John Fv*?«>r. (' \V » «.: r. S W: I»'\
Oijftujn*, Wui IVuk r C II T«>hin,
I' I„%\\ ir-r 'V \ J 11 > i »i r«- t, 1' rt
It.** v A !>*>!«* <"jr \ 11 :i'vO'»t n.
F r b.%1- M 1. Hi In > W bi| plr
W hitr Kiv?r; J T B**>m!»rk», IVru; W
VVftdhitui. l'ortUui, (. li McClelkml,
Nrw York
BUSINESS NOTICES.
A x.iL OJ» y p. SALE —A first claw
I -t ia this citj, doing & good
■i-.n - i* for sale, nn acc»>ani o t the
r'« ir.ter.drd ch inge of v "«inrs«
I <p.tire %' this Office.
I>u ' kr« ri> l>ri!t« -a ill fie -< Id >:i
* . principal of Europe. ! v
A:. lr« w t hslberg. Office at ChiHicrg
J2r *! r«" »t ""-attle. W T
AN VXTEI* —A hoojmi or girl, coui
} • r.t to do general bouse work, can
find «t--a y employment in a small
?*• ily. by at this office.
i {** Who can't afford to dress up
». -■.-(} •> Sch*abachtr*»> and g> t the
1 *t>-st of St k IT its for six
dollar*"
* ' Hi* only pls"e to wt the cele
br i!. d St. ilaeoom, St. and Bre
men B«< r, ice cold, is the City Beer
Hill.
F< K REST — Booms for a small
f utijly < an V*' obtained at a reasonable
r t*i-> by applying at this tfficH.
I r For a cool gla*s of Lager,
L'O to tti* Adelphin, op|»osite YeslerV
Hi! I
ADVERTISED LETTER LIST.
The following are the letters remain
ing in the Pout-office at Seattle, W. T.,
for the w«*-k ending July 29th, 1876:|
Branden, John H Bruno, Frank
Browner, <» Bow en. J S
Brown, liobt Bevin, W R
Burrell, MrsThos Cleveland, E B
<"on don, Master J T Constance, Mrs E
CoUtor, Miss F Drake, J H
l'.a»< h» n. Mat Fleming, John F
Field, B Froom, Ely
(ilynn, 1* 2 Grace, Mrs <1 W
Hivman. Win 2 Mallard, Frank
Hamilton, Win Johnson, H S
Johnson. Peter Johnson, Amos
Keller, Rich Kelsey, Byron
Kehhun, Floyd Kerns, B
Lauu'hlin. B F Lee, Anna O
I.ewi<, Frankie 3 Pratt. 1' B
Prichard, Richard Rogers, E E
Reef, James Rufert, J 1)
San Song Bo Smith, T P
StotF.-r, C W Thomas. Elizabeth
Thomposn, Knima Toner, Fat
Wilson, Thos Waggner, Win J
McCoy, Richard McDonald, Mrs M
McDonald, Mures McDonald, Jas F
Persons calling for the above letters
will pleast give the date of advertising.
W. II Pl MTHEEY, P. M.,
SEATTLE MARKET REPORT.
CKRHKCTED I>AII.T nr MUMUI. I kawvurp A hah-
UXQTOJf
KrATTLE, July 29,1*7«>.
iu Xt-W York. 11.12*.
Currt-noy. here. buylnK. sa ; Railing. 90.
Trade dollars, S3 . half dollar*, I*>.
Home l*r«Htur<*
Flotir. fl bbl f 0"
Wheat. V bushel 1 53
Barley, " S'y<ij|9o
Oat£, ' 1 65(t^75
Potatoes, " 1 25
Onions, " 1
Hay * ton 'll 00
HntO-r. Fr»>t<li Holl |»th JC^.ls
V <lo«en 30
Crushed Fml fk 1(10 lb 2 00
Chickens, .J.izen 400
Timothy seed, f» bushel 4 50
lU'« >n I&<^2o
Lard
WT«d IS
Ui.lt*—<»r«in. aa'ted.
l>rt«d, l'JVj ; culls, Imw.
SiMit Frnneliseo Market.
Han FaAHcisco, July
Flour—l"> s7 .
Wheat—Supertlue grades, fl 3 7; coast.
#1 loitl 15.
Barley - Fenl firm at 97Vjc((v|l 00, half silver.
Oata fl i!»*l C 5.
Hay- t9013.
l'< 'tat< >ra~(V.V'(t| s5.
THE SEATTLE
HOSPITAL I
CONDUCTED BY
<i. A. WEED, M. D.,
COMMERCIAL ST., DET. MAIN k JACKSON,
Seattle, W. T,
ri'O MEET THE PRESSING WANTS Of
I many pfrwni on Puget Sound, needing
Mttdical and Surgieal aid, for comfortable roorna ,
and g.<d <-are at moderate prirea. I have fitted
up a Hoepital where every cournilroc* and
f. >mf rt will l>e BMTldiK< in connection with ei- i
l-rUiufil and skillful Medleai aod Surgi. al at
tendance.
W".* aim to make this s permanent institution
*• i t srsciAL irrnnoi to ra*e* <>r
FIiACTrRE ANl> INJt KIF.S OF ALL KINDS.
»■■■ natautly occurring lu the SAW Mux*. COAL
and CAMPS surrounding u*.
S< att'e t>eing centrally located with regard to
tin *e inn-rent*, and nii're accetwible than any
«t! . r j«>tnt,we mean with the ai lof th«•*« and .
advantage#, giving ]>enmnal and thorough att«-n- |
tin t' it* entire management, to build up an In- j
►JKun. n mdißjv>n*aMe to the SICK and DISA- 1
BLKD who have no homea, and worthy of their
!• e and that of the Public.
The H »«pital in in a pleasant and healthy lo
cality.. and the TXHMBM neatly and cheerfully
furnished.
I" r further particular*, apply either in per
son > r by letter to
O. A. WEED. M D ,
febl»-tf Heattle. W. T.
AUCTIONEER!
I). W. LYTS, Auctioneer.
Offi e and S*le«ro<iaia >n
FRONT STREET
Three door* fioni Mill.
■» «*!* t« ught an IKId on fair eomzstMlon In
all » «atufa> un guara&tee<l.
Give TI.E Pr fe»a. r a call—he alk wt BOLS U> do
w rk < hcapcr > r better than iaaiSflf.
Seattle. July 4th. jji ti
Pr obate Notice.
T:UI.DERAJGTIED hereby GIVE NOTICE that HY the
VS.ii t Ji*sah Settle, iate at K:ag county. Wa»h-
ITtrrlt "» .le.e««**t. they were a, ;• :nt«*l
t< rv u th« oaf : that «aid w..l La* !*»a ad
ru.ts«it. probate la the Probate Court of aasd |
a ur.tv a i. I l*tur* there* n granted
v »ai 1 l'< art t Iheiu Ail p*-r»- r.* having CIASSJI
against Use r>Utf of »ai i .iei->-ae<d ar» re., Hired to
pfejM-s t thea*me t- as at the l* e <«f PT iiate
t .rt w;thta s« year frooa thia date at they will
be !*rrvxi by law,
June .--th. !-:« ___
MARY ETTA SETTLE
L>AXIEL BAQLEY,
E»< ;trn aau EieeuU* of the ia«t aril Isa i t**ta
siaer.t of i a«ah Settle, dressed. je2f-«w
MISCELLANEOUS.
BUY
YOUR
GOODS
B
R
0
SCHWABACHER
&
c
0
THEY KEEP THE LARGEST
ASSORTMENT,
AND SKLL
CHEAPER
THAN ANY OTHER
HOUSE
X3ST THE
I
I
TERRITORY!
IV. H. PUPHREV,
Successor to
PUMPHREY
—YOUNG.
JtSookscllcr and
Stationer,
\*y '
HBATTXjE W. T.
CM:"*
uxatsxt %
L. DILLKK, Proprietor.
(Soec+Mor to F. V. Solder.)
MILL STREET, SEATTLE.
< nn*(Hiitly on llnntl Ihf
CHOICEST ME.ITS
AND
VEOETAI3L.ES
...ALSO...
CORNED BEEF AND PORK.
SMOKED MEATB,
PORK and BOLOSNA
SAUSAQES,
HEAD-CHEESE,
T R I P E . ETC
SI'BI'KBAX
Property for Sale
OVER 200 ACRES
Of beautifully lorato*? UnJ a I-*** r
it m-..i li U gVlrti toll Also
V*n..:i4 Ut i cm .-SAT L*k«. ae*r DowtMiS*
A MACKINTOSH.
MISCELLANEOUS.
THE Alt CADE.
JUST OPENED
the
fHflSf MM M&H'X
Fashionable Stock
I
or
DRV GOODS
DRESS GOODS,
FANCY GOODS
Ladies' and Gents' Furnishin* Hoods. Men and
Hoys' Qlothin*, Hals, Caps. Trunks, Valises.
Ever brought to this eitv.
Our stock has boon selected by ourselves j»erßonalh\ aiul knowing
the requirements of the trade, we feol safe in saving that we have the best
selected stock in this market, and at low prices.
BOYD, PONCIN & YOUNG.
Seattle Stone Yard !
mM' oli ie Keeiit k ii 9
MANUFACTURER OF
MARBLE MONUMENTS. HEADSTONES. TOMBS
Also famishes Stone for Building Purposes. Cemetery Work of all kinds exe
cuted. All orders promptly filled and satisfaction guaranteed. Persons
living at a distance by sending a description of what th«*y
wish, can have Desigus, Prices, Etc., sent to
them to choose from.
Shop on Crawford & Harrington's Wharf, SEATTLE, W. T
-IS7O. 1876
M. A. KELLY & CO.,
DRUGGISTS AND APOTHECARIES,
Wlioß«>Mitß«> al. ■««.
SEATTLE, W. T.
A* we carry the largest stock of Medicine*, Perfumeries. *c., of anjr hmiM in town, wo
can offer auperior inducement* to the tradera of the Hound for their orders, for we propoae to make
the jobbing trade a ap«« ialty, and will m<-11 goods at bottom prices.
The ladiea will And our Toilet Department very complete, with the moat Delicate Perfumery,
and fine Oosmetiquea. We hare the reputation of keeping the Oneat Cigara, and it needs but a trial
to prove it.
I'urlicul.r attention given to filling Medicine Chests for country I'lly-i' i:.ii- i
autl Ship*.
ttg/TSIGN— PIONEER 33S.XTO STORE.
GOOD NEWS.
The undersigned are constantly receiving by every steamer froiu Sau Praucisco
a large assortment of
CHOICE GROCERIOS
And keop constantly on hand
CJl.'fry Vloui*,
Fresh Graham Flour, Corn Meal, Rye Meal, Buckwheat
Flour, and Rice Flour, Chicago Hams, Bacon
and Smoked Salmon, Fresh Califonia
Butter, Eastern k Maple Sv ips.
County Produce bought and sold. Everything kept by a
jaw - SM3S um
Will be found in our stock which we propose to sell cheaper than any other
house in Seattle.
Ail good* guaranteed. Give us a trial and be convinced.
€«ood« D+li«er«l to nil Parte of <hf <ilr Frrr of CliMrgr.
FROHT STREET, SEATTLE, W. T.
W. A. JENNINGS,
Wbol**!* fcnd D*»l*t In Cb'ifr*
GROCERIES, FROTISIONS,
HARDWARE, FINE TEAS, CROCKERY,
6L/SSWARE, FLOUR, FEED, &C.
Imported and California Wines,
Foreign and Domestic Liquors, Cigars and Tobacco
All Goo-l* (iuaranWe<l a* Ri*|>r*3eot«?d. GootU Delm-red in tb»- Citv I-rw
of Charg*-
Oommorolal Stroot, Seattle, vi/ • T.
MISCELLANEOUS.
Hurrah !
In the field again, and we
will not stand back for
anybody, and offer
for sale to the
public
1,000 Fine Cashmere Hats
for Gents, at 50e each.
12.000 Fine Ladies' and Chil*
dren's Straw Hats, at from
25c to 75c each.
2,000 Fine Gents Straw
Hats, at from 25c to 75c
each.
500 Fine (rents' Panama
Hats, at $1.25 each.
1.000 Gents' Oxford Ties,
at $1.50 per pair.
1,500 Fine Gents' Alexis
Ties, at $2.75 per pair.
750 Fine Gents' Gaiters, at
$2.75 per pair.
1,500 Fine pairs Gents' Hoots,
at from $2.50 to $5,00
per pair.
500 Fine pairs Boys' Boots,
at from $1,25 to $2,75 per
pair.
2.000 Fine ladies' 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 doz. 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
MILL STREET
(Next door to the Postoflice.)
MIINDT & DAVIS,
Proprietors.
STEAMER
Fanny Lake
J. s. HILL, Ma»t«r,
Will »»vt Heattla for
MTOHOMISH \CITY
Every Thursday, and Return
ing on Saturday—Stoj>ijiug each
way at all intermediate I ending*
B. A. HILL & CO
Mamifarturera of|
C. V. B. REEDER'S
Wire-Suspension,
Vibrating-Spring
BED BOTTOMS
Patented July |, 1*7.1. ml »»» awarded tha
Firwt Premium, with lM|>l->rna. at the California
HUlc Kalr; A 1 *-, Flint Premium, with diploma,
•t thf Sniita Clara I'-ounty Fair. 1*73 . iiii) H(i*rlal
Diploma at the Man Ji«<|nla Cmnty Fair, ltTt.
County f«r aal*, at r*-amjn»ble figure*.
Onl«m \>j mail promptly attended t<».
Pootofßre ROB, NO. 4A
Healtle, November 13.1X75.
SEATTLE COAL
- ANIi
TRANSPORTATION CO
Prlnrlpnl plwrf of BH«la«aa, Kaa
FrnnrUro, < al.
of Works, Mine Conaly
Wa*hlngloH Territory.
Thi* Company 1* b<>w prepared t<> f uralah
Superior Quality of Coal
IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT !
m «j- ■" m.z *
For Sale, at Low Pricea!
Apply »f "fflre of THE HEATTLE COAL
k TitANHFOKTATIOM COMPANY.
Heattla. M-Tember 7lh. lfTl. ,
■. o. r.
, ULITE MAXiN
Lodge, K«. 4, • u*a
etery WED.HEHKAT
ETCnxa at T* o'el<*k.
la ti.e Uuuuu utll.
Metiib*-ni of the or-ier m Isrltad to attend.
Br WT'lrr <.f the V. 0.

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