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R. H CALLIGAN', F. 8. CLARK CALLI6AN & CLARK, DI, A I.l' liS IN GenTM Clothing A N I) FURNISHING GOODS, Af> well an Gent'* BooN.yriioes and Slipper-. Hats, Caps. Trunks and LADIES' & CHILDREN'S BOOTS & SHOES 4 * Onick sales and small profit#," i*> our motto. CALLTGAN A- CLARK COMMERCIAL STRE SEATTLE, W. T. Seattle Brewery, CORXEIJ Mil.l. .v FOURTH STREETS, SEATTLE. SLORAH & CO. Proprietors, and. Brewers of SUPERIOR ALE, PORTER And the only Genuine Lager Beer Made in Washington Territory. Our Bottled Ate and Porter is equal, if not supe rior, to any foreign brand. mm A r ir r jr Md m D R I WWSTORB, M. XL. MADDOOELS, W 11(>LKS \I.K ANI) RETAIL DEALER IN DriigM. Patent Ciiemieal*, Etc. Prescriptions ('arefullv Compounded. Also Dealer in Wines. Liquors, kc. on l*K lis FJi 0M . I lill OA I) S OLICI TED. U R. HADDOCKS. ffeatttp. January 1*74 Occident al Hotel, John Collins & Co., Proprietors. FREE COACH TO AND FROM THE HOUSE. O 8. W. IIOVEY. W. W. BARKER. HOVEY & BARKER, DKAI.KIIS IN General Nereliandi^ COKNEtt OF COMMERCIAL AND MILL STREETS. SEATTLE, "\A/ - T. All GVoocls at tills Etotntollalimont arc of first rato Quality, ANi> WILL in: SOLl> AS LOW as at any other house in the em. Goods tlelixcrcd t«» un\ j»art of the City of uplO-tf BOOK & STATIONERY STORE JOHN L. J AMIESOA N\xt door to Scbw»b»cher lire*. A Co.; COMMERCIAL STRKKT. SEATTLE. W. T. SCHOOL AM) M IS(' KLLAIN ROUS BOOKS STATION"ERV. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, ALBUMS Clltlfry- Fitnpy -I'liF ■ liOlt Ksl i h;ARS AMT TOBACCOS. Subscription?* solicited tor S. F. and Kastorn Periodicals. b. O IDAXiEXI IN OEXMEIAL. MERCHANDISE SNOHOMISH CITY, W* T FIVE fII'KDRKD SHIP OEES FOR SALE. Enquire of E. C. FERGUSON. MISCELLANEOUS* Den-Drop SalOon, Cor. Mill A; 2»1 St., Seattle, W. T. I « HAKKY ZIMDAKS, Proprietor ADELPHT SALOON. FIXE WISES, LIQUORS, and O IGARS, YHsL Kli'S HALL. 8«-attl«». W T. j3 J. 8. AXDEBSON. lit bE Lu»E PONY SALOON" K»| t V>y BEiN MURPHY C-irtiT Commrrrial and Malta opposite thf r. S H<»t#>l '■MUSI* t ie place to vicit to have the tuner I rntn rfpicniMhed. Cigars. Tobacco, Wines, and Liquors Alwaya on haii I Seattle. W. T.. March 25. 1875 MERCHANT EXCHANGE Saloon | ON MILL STRKET SEATTLE, W. T. Tli* Finest WINES, LIQUORS & CIGARS Constantly >n hart.). F. RIGREY Proprietor. 'The Grotto SALOON, Mill Street. Seattle, f. T. ALGAR t NIXON Proprietors THE AINAMBRA SALOON. YOUNG BcMALONY, Buoceiwon» to R. Priihar.l, ! Mill Strrrt, Opposite Post office, Srnttle. Wine*, Liquors, Beer and Cigar* of the Inst quality constant jy4-tf ly on hand. Office Saloon, Mill Street, Seattle, W. T., BY ... . LAWRENCE* PERKINS HBVIUR purchased the old Stand go iitnn kept hjr RI'HE LOWE, on Mill Street, opposite Y<aler'a mill, Seattle, W. T.. (now kn<>wn a* the OFFICE SALOON) and fitted It up in flrtit-cIaKH at vie. we are now prepared to funiinh our friend* and the public generally with WINES. l.lyl ORS and CI OA its of the f.n<'Ht brand*. We have a rtixt cla*a RILLIARD TABLE and iirvera! Private 11 flu h Rooms" for the aivotuuiodatinn of our patron*. LAWRENCE A PERKINS. OldOoldtn.J H. Cutter A Gatnea' Old Hermi tage. Rye WhUkya Three htar lleun'Hsej and Mattel Hrandy, constantly nu hand. NORTH PACIFIC smiii wimmi Piflit&Mehlliorn, Manufacturer* of CREAM ALE, PORTER and Cagcr 58rcr Having ancce*ded t'> the boainesa ;.f the North Pactflc Brewery, *e M*SI our Cream Ale. Por ter aiid Imager Bwr, which if acknowledged to t>e the brut in the luark't. at price* that Will compete with any other brew try in the Territory. We will not be undersold. Having increased the facilities of thu popular •-»t«bli»hrn%i.t. our patrona can rely ujn>n their . nlera Win* j r « ptly ilied PICHT k MEHLHORN. Referring t > the above, the amleraigned thanka hi* former patron# f.r their Ut« ral aujn* rt, and aclu*,ta a continuance f the »anit f- r hi« «<K> <ra MARTIN SCHMIEO. Seattle. Jannarv 29. THOMAS JACKSON. Tbr popular pr f rl< t. » f the old B2»ke'y H.?*! f. r L*» tt>< r*>i t. Ihs* cut, wii bw>*i rwn**i Ibe < -l<l UNITED STATES HOTEL. it » First-Class Saloon Ukd BOARD I\G HOlSh THO3. JACISOS, Fivprieiar. April).* i.«Tv\ MISCEI.LANKORS SKAITLE NURSKRY One mile east from Yesler's wharf, on the stage road to Lake Washington. Fruit Trees, SHRUBBERY AND Choice Plants ALSO Olioioo Boctuots. C. W. LAWTON. Proprietor. BAINBRID6E HOTEL. JAMES TAYLOR. Propr. The only hotel in Port Blakely. and the most complete in all its adaptations to the accom modation and comfort of families and the trav eling public, ofany bouse on the Sound. The building is new and hard-finished throughout. Itntra of Boar# and l^odflnt: B*>ard per week $6 00 B<.anl and Lodging per week 7 00 Board per day 1 (to B'>ar>l an t Lodging per day fl 25andl 00 The Bar is sapplied with the best «f LIQUORS AXI) CIGARS STAGE TO POUT MADISON EVERY OTHER day ; also, Saddle Homes day or night to and from Port Madison. JAMES TAYLOR. Port Bl»k*!y, W. T., January 7, lr*7(".. SNOHOMISH EXCHANGE ISAAC CATHCART, Proprietor, SNOHOMISH CITY, W. T. Every effort will be made to maintain the reputation acquired by as the best in Snohomish County, and the cleanest kept House in Washington Territory. THE TABLE is supplied with the l>est the market affords. THE BAR will be furnished with first-class WINKS, LIQUORS and CIGARS. m 8 ISAAC CATHOART. SKITTLE IIIKERV AND PROVISION STORE Mill Street, Seattle. W. T. L. REIXIG, Prop'r, MANUFACTURES Bread, Cakes and Pastry OF ALL KINDS ! Deals in GRAIN, FLOUR, GROCE RIES and PROVISIONS, of the best quality. Receives OREGON PRODUCE l>v every steamer. Kw[»s FRUITS, PASTRIES. CANDIES atul CONFEC TIONERIES, prepared in the neat est style. Also, TOJUCCO ami CIGARS. «r Prices moderate. Articles deliv ered at private houses in Seattle. i ()r«'ers filled to all part* of the Sound. s'JO STAR HILLS, Corner of FRONT AND SENECA STREETS, SEATTLE, W. T. I. W . HI ZBV. Prp'r. Manufacturer of EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR Always on hand. GRAHAM, CRACKED WHEAT, and CORN' MEAL, GROUND FEED, RRAN. SHORTS, MIDDLINGS, and CHICKEN FEED. PHOTOGRAPHY R. H. CARDWELL, (Success- r to J GEORGE MOORE. Smt" of r» to* on the nf SEATTLE MAKKET bl ILDISU. «rter Corn n.tr ial %nd Waaliiagtoa struts. THE BEST OF WORK DONE IN THIS GALLERY anl 6ATI PACIION GUARANSEED. «tt, iere. MISCEU.ANEOR? IJMTSII ! . i GREAT ''LEAKING OL'T OF DRY GOODS AND Clothing AT FRAUENTHAL BROS MILL STREET, SEATTLE. Making arrangements for the removal to our Brick Store now being er%cted, we offer the entire Stock of giX>ds it cost. Remnants and odd loU «old much below cost. The st<n k is superior to any in the city, con sisting of Dry Goods, Clothing. 1 Boots, Shoes, Hats, Blankets, Carpets, See., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. FRAUENTHAL BROS 64 YARDS for ONE DOLLAR. WALL PAPER AT c; A. jctw :EHT'M SECOND STLRET Papt-r Hanging a Specialty. La Conner HOTEL J. J. CONNER, Prop r. This Hotel Is situated In the thriving town of La Conner, at the mouth of the Skagit river, and in the center of the grent agricultural district of Puget Sound. The house is well established, and has First-Class Accommodations For Families and the Traveling Public. Parties on HUNTING EXCURSIONS Will find this hotel most centrally located La Conner, W. T., Jan. 13. 1876. Northern Pacific Railroad, Pa cific Division. ft rfPBF rjSBBBEP KALAMA TO TACOMA, DA 11. }\ (SUM)A TS EXCEPTED). LIAVR ARIUYK halama 1120 A.M. Tacoiua 500 P.M. Tacoma 7:00 A. U. Kalama 12:30 l». M Connections : At Kalama with O. 9. N. Co.'s boats for all points on the Columbia river. At Tenlno with stage* for Olympi*, At TACOMA with Steamers for Seattle, Olyin pia and all other point# on Puget Sound. Ou Saturday ami WtMlnesday at fi A. M-. with steamers fur Pt>rt Towusend, Victoria, Nan alt no New Westminster and Fraser River. Connecting with Pacific Mail Steamship Com pany's steamers tri-monthly from Victoria to San Francisco, Through far* fn>iu Portland to San Francisco— Cnbln 123 OO | Steernye 9(2 OO Through TVkets for sale at the office of th« O 8. N. Co.. Portland, Or. J. W. BPRAGCE, Oeneral Superintendent H W. FAIHWEATHEH, Jun3 General Ticket Agent. ifHE STATE liWfcSTMENT AND INSURANCE CO. Firo cfc Marino. Cash Assets, - - $480,000. Principal Office. No. 409. California St. San Francisco. O ri'ICKR ft: Picr»m DoNABre. Pre*'t. ; A. J. fts* vht. Vice-Pr. t.Miiuj'H H Ci-imjro, Secretary. A. I». lIOftMXC, a «».. Oanerai Agent, f >r > eg.»n and Wa*lr, «ton.P. rtlanl. Ore#..!- FIKsT-CIAM IHSK* SOLICITED C. 0. Perkins, Agent. J. A. M'I'HEE. ' „ wl;..!«-*»;»■ IXj) | retail d. aler in CiGIHS, TOBICIO, PiPIvS, ahd OUTLEHY. and euuUne my gts-ds at Farnha* Clark's st« re, C<>mrn«-r ial stre- t. s«-attle, \V T FOR Hardware AND let tanks' Tools, Of ail kinds. g<: to WUSTHOFF WALD Country tnule •oltciterf. > FRONT STREET. * P O. » \ 9i, I be*ttk. W T MISCELLANEOUS NOTICE . g&tm*. DOT'BI E ENGINE STEAM . luj Driver. -Dhk A iuinvJ^, the brst *! !> -lnted ev«-r u !v j:..1, i« pre part-d to build Wl;*rv« s. drive Foundation* for St.ne or Fri. k Building*: drive Ptl* Trmtling for Bailroade. and to loa<» V»i*el» with Spar*. Pile# or Tiu.Ner an 1 «•.!! to any part of Fu,iet Sound. Addre**, H. A. ATKINS. battle. W. T. X. ol Pile* furnished at thort n* ti»-e. ~~SKAGET COAL COMPAM, H. L VESI.fR. Prrsiilful JOHN' H. HALL, Sec.vturj, Tri ncipal place of business, Seattle, Washington Territory. Location of Works, Skagit Kiver, Whatcom County, W. T. BUcksuiiths desiring to test this coal will please send thtir addresses to theoffice in Seattle, W. T. August 3<»tli, 1*75. jfew fngland z Torner Commercial & Main Sts., Soattlo, W, T. THE NEW ENGLAND k'i'tt and its accommodations for families are UUFUT pwrd. This Htuw is NEWLY BUILT, is HARD FIN ISHED throughout, has ami well furnished Booms, sua lir«t class board. on thi* European Plan* csu be had st moderate prices. IT I N T II t: Best Hotel in the City. I>. C. HARMON, ml-tf. Proprietor. R l-N TON EO U, COMPJNF Prc*.l«l*ti|... 8. A. SANDERSON. Kern>lsr) .>. r. H. HENDERSON. PRINCIPAL FLACK or BUSINESS : 616, EAST BTREET, SAN FRANCISCO. LOCATION or WOMS : BLACK RIVER, KINO COUNTY, W. T. l'Hia COMPANY IS SELLING A SUPE- L RlOlt ARTICLE OF COAL. AT $6 PER TON, And furnishing Stockholders coal, as per stip ulations, st the rate of Four Dollars per TON. Apply st the Office of the BENTON COAL CO. on Commercial Stivet. Seattle, W. T. C- L. MITCHELL, Manufacturer & Dealer in First Class ! HARNESS & SADDLERY MILL ST., BETWEEN FIRST AND SECOND SEATTLE, W. T. SADDLES, BRIDLES, HARNESS And everything app.rtaiolug to the Trade con atantly on hand. Carriage Trimming DONE To ORDER, and prompt attention givt« to all order* tor NEW WORK or REPAIRING. SAMUEL KENNEY, Merchant Ta ilo Han JuM received a new andgchotre, STOCK OF GOODS For Spring and Sinnurr wear. FASHIONABLE SUITS Marie to order. Commercial Street. Seattle. \v. T. l|ForSalf!jf| A FARM OF 159 1-2 ACRES, Nearly . ne-half under fence « uU fr(<:n hUt , aeve,,ty «.. ua „f hay yearly Twenty ftv. area i suturing Und. Ala.. Olio good Spun (»t* Horses, Out- good Wagon, 11 Head of Cattle! 15 Head ot Hogs. Thia valuable farm he* u - half mile from S^attv" 0 1 klJ "' aU i 'Ml't.-. n mile* Terma $ 000 ra*h vrn Apply t.. KHANKUN HAMMOND onthef.ro, lviver, June iftt, 19>;. Xotire. Tbo draain* of the fi,. t Grand L,.t --t. ryot \W*bin K t(, n Territory is hereby I uat|ioti>-<l until the Ist day of January. A. 1). * 1 H. L YEBIEE, Manager. Seattle, July 1. -aw MI K' K N K OfS WADDELL & MLB Wholesale aid Eetail j, STOVES AND y --. RANGES The largest Stock and greateat uridyl COOKING and SOX STOVES In Washington Territory. Over 50 different kinds tod tfyfab •elect from, including the oM faTWtll DIAMOND ROCEj « SUPERIOR | CHIEF COOK ) * For Wood or Coal. Plain or Extension Top. EUREKA 1 ft. ASD ? MARIPOSA) <2 IRON PIPE, For Gaa, Water or Steam. Black or Galvanized, all sizes. Malleable Iron PIPE FITTINGS, allna SUCTION and FORCE PUMPS. Plain, Japanned, Planished anil Stamp*! TIN WARE. English, French and German Enameled & Tinned Hollow Wn. Steam mid Water Uaugn, Ulobe and Angle Valfd, Cheek Talm, Marine C'eapawfc BRASS GOODS, Of all descriptions, for Strain andWftta We purchase our Brtwi Oood« direct froa tt» Manufacturer, whhh enabled ua to furnlah tkoarf firvt quality an.l at lowest rated. MANUFACTURERS OF UK, SEE! M and mi BOOFINO, PLUMBING and JOBBUO promptly attended to. Baring the largttt Pipo Cutting and TUrtrfN Machine, and tba most complete Plp« Tooli •• Puget Hound, we are prepared to cut and threel Pipe, all atzee, from h in. to 3 In . #0(1 fttfnlahW any lengths dealred, with promptneaa »nd at W" price*. AGENTS FOR VAN'S CELEBRATED Wrought-Iron Ranges ASD Patent Coffee Urn* For Hotels, Steamboat* and Beitattf* 8 * Parties in want of any Goods in o® will find it to their interest to gi*« a* • before purchasing elsewhere, as *e b* T# largest uud most complete stock on Bound. WADDELL & Iflft SEATTLE.^ I HAVE LEASED THE Brick Yard Known th«* i'luiiitner >ard. for a Wui ' ct ' }ear», with the intention ot SUPPLYING THE J)EMA^ At t>«lt»<'t<l rates. Will 1-e prepared i furnlah towdff in Jim*•*** C. McALLISTER. M»nL U". I»:c Hftitir, (VI,NORMA lloS Mill Str««t, 1 l»'N>r from First Stre<*» Seattle. II HTZSIMONS. Proprietor- House Ncwlv Furui-hcd and ll«»u>e kept on the old country -tyl«- T .l»l supplied with ** tf>> <> i > thv market afford* Bed., 25 cU. Meal., 25 cU. a" 4 and Lodging, $6 Per Week.