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B.A.IIILL&GOj
3f*cafa<-tarer* <d
C\ v. H. REEDER S
Wire-Su-pension,
Yibrating-Spring
BED BOTTOMS
Pat ntel J sly 1, J*~'s, ani *u iwirM the
VM Premium, with Dtl * fend
fair -i * f ,r»T Pr« .• -,rtt *itfc l'ip.<>ma
at th«! Petite (">«* -ity i«73 and *p*< j*l
*t the h«/4 C<maty ftlr, II").
C< <*nty for , m « a»'.&*!>i« figure*.
Order* by mail promptly attenled to.
Pmlofltrr Hot, Xo. 44
x<nr«u*t*r 13. ICS.
i
W. H. Wiw.ur. W*. Tot.
American House,
Mill . v tr> ft. Head of Yetler* Wharf.
SEATTLE, W. T.
WIGGIN & FOX
Proprietor*
B <ard »n<J Lo Iglnif by the Week. . . $4 00 i
end I>>dging by tbe Day, * . 1.00 1
Hlttgie Muli, ...... Uc
lied* from Vi to 60 Cent* alotf
llff FOR NOTHING !
IS V. T. DEXTff H
81 lIiiTIOI.TI lOITISUTTII
—I
Every man who bu a family and
Btijsji Lot and Eiwtsa Dwell
ing Thereon
W ill ff reived a cUw Deed for TWO LOTS.
Price of Lots, SSO Each.
I). T. DENNY.
July lUfa. i«T4. jTia-tf
I
SEATTLE COAL
AM)
TR A NSPORTATION CO
I'rfiM'lpttl |»lnr«> of Wan j
< Ml.
l.o(i%ii<»n or Work*. King 4;»untj
fl H«Hliiirlon Trrrllory.
Tbia O' Mj'uny la now pr*i»ar.'i| furnlsb
Superior Quality of Coal
IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT !
m m.j
For Sale, at Low Prices!
Apply at <>(*.•«« of TFIE SEATTLE COAL
k t UANSPOUTATIUN COMPANY.
MMUI*. JC'iT'ir'brr 7lh. 1074.
AUCTIONEER!
D. W. LYTS, Auctioneer.
om.o and Saieoruotua on
FRONT STREET
Tbn-o doors float Mill.
(tiMHla U tight and eold on fair rotnmlaoloa. la
all «-an»» aattafaeUoa guaranteed.
Oivp (he PmfftMor a rail-fee all wa nono to do
work cheaper or better than btmaolf.
Seattle. July 4th. JpMf
SdUKTIIIMi \EW!
| Tli* undersigned art* now j rvpared to do
Nleam A Uhh Fitting
At ali ft noUrt, and In a workman Ilka mdmt,
SEWING HAOHIKES REPAIRED
•ENIRAI JOI WORK
Done to or£or Place of Buatueoa. on
FRONT STREET*
Between Cherry and HVlunA ta Strata.
COULTER A HENDRICKS.
Soatt.r July. I.'ih IsC#.
v •*—' * * 1 ~ ~ |
E. L. HALL
Undertaker 1
Cherry Street, Seattle, W. T.
COFFINS & CASKETS
t>ti*U«itlT on hand and made t>> order T£« brtt
a»o> riiif-nt of
I'ndc rtaking (iMn
Of *-vrry d<*ed|4k«. in the Ttmtory.
Order. f r u any port of the Kxiad pnxnptly
AIM
Errrt art>. 1* tn my Un« will be swppiiod oa Ik*
BKwt UU r%i
Jju.u IRt Hi 11-
MISCELLANEOUS
ML G-LOBE,
of m 4 la
FURNITURE
UPHOLSTm" GOODS,
COMMERCIAL STREET, SEATTLE
.1
Parlor Sets.
Bed-Room Sets
Sofas & Lounges,!
OP HAIR CLOTH and TAPESTRY
Bureaus,
Oontor-Tabloß,
Olialrs,
Curtains,
Pioturo Frames
Mouldlnss, oto.
W. H. SIIOUDY,
i
DEALER IX
PAINTS, OILS, I
VARNISH, GLASS,
PUTTY, &C.
Painta ready mised in color aud quantities to
auit Jo(t received, the largest and aa»"rt
meat of
WALL PAPER
fn the city, and will aell at reduced ratea r« a.ly
trimmed.
RUBBER PAINT.
| I will guarantee tbe Rnbbrr Paint, alt other
circuiuatancea beiuK equal, to cover more turf ace,
per gallon, two-coat work, than tbe Atlantic Lead
and Linseed Oil, and Twenty per cent, more than .
tbe AvertU Chemical Paint, and that it will laat
twice a* long aa either, when properly applied,
withuutj
Painting, Kalsotuining aud Pajier- :
Hanging done on short notice.
Seattle, July 35.
TAKE NOTICE.
*"C»H HAIiK,
3 Voltes Large Steers,
Very kind and partly broke ; t years old
AfflT TO,
m. 3ML. Molan #
aal«w4t PORT LIDLOW.
EASTWICK, MORRIS I CO.
Civil and Mining
mar ai sr jsj sxzui.
[Room Mo. «, Burnett's Bmldlng.)
Car. lanMtrrial 4 Waihlngtan llmtl.
Seattle, Waafe. Territory
Coal oad other niinersi land* and mlM.twv I
»«-yed. esamtaod. and r*; «rtod «)« u Fiona and
estimates fur mining improvements
Special attaattoa |tna t.» land .ur*era, and to the i
location of city lota and blocks. Maps aad draw- :
tngs mechanically axoriited hor. 13 irrs. 1
GO TO
Bean & White's
NEW GROCERY STORE.
ON PROMT STREET, tf yoa Want tlx
Worth of your Money.
They koop a larje an 1 splendid stock of
Groceries
SehMl Bmli, Statioiery
I AND NOTIONS,
And are the only bona* tn B«o»ti«* »hrf» f-m
can get tbo
Alden Dried Apples, Pears,
Plums. Corn, Onions, Et
i
Tbry keep » n.tactty oo bond
Chapped /W, MuUhn.jt, Skoris,
Bran, H'Adai, OaU, Etc.
I BATE LEASED THE
Brick Yard
Eacwn ao tbo Plnramer yard. for a lorn of four
year*, with tbo of
| SVPPLYIXQ THE DEMAND
At r*duced rate*.
Will be pr*i«r*d to famish to order la Joeo noit.
C. McA!.LISTER.
1 »Rk r. MM. Mnk
T
MISCELLANEOUS.
ADELPHI SALOON.
FIPTB
WISES, LIQUORS, and
O IGARS,
OI'J'O.iITK YESLEKS lI.iLL.
Seattle. W. 7.
j3 J. S. ANDERSON".
KtilE Lu*E
PON Y S A LOO A-
t by
BEN .MURPHY
Corner Commercial and Main etrret. opposite
tbeC. 8 H .tel.
'I'HIHie the pla*:-* to vUit t» have the i:;ner
1 itan rep>ni*hed.
Cigars, Tobacco, Wines, and Liquors
Always on hand
Seattle, W. T., March V. 18T5
MERCHANT EXCHANGE
I
Saloon
ON MILL STREET SKATrLE, W. T. j
The Fiueet
WINES, LIQUORS & CISARS!
Couauut'y 'in hand.
F. RIGBEY Proprietor.!
The Grotto
SALOON,
Mill Street. Seattle. W. T.
I
ALGAR I NIXON Proprietors
I*l-1 M
ALHAMBRA SALOON.
YOUNG 8c MALONY,
Succeaaora to R. Prichard,
Mill Slrert, Opposite Poal-officr, Seattle.!
Wine*, Liquors, Beer and Cigars of the
best quality Constant
jj4-tf ly on hand.
i " i
|be Sldorado,
BY
flliaifttlß.,
TIE tnrauuoisi nam
Attached to the Haloon la a Firat-c!aKa
M»T^xjn.A3srrr
Cooperage.
The undmigned hu on hand a large quantity
mi lAIIELS AID WASH - TUBS
Por aal« at reasonable prices, aud ia prepared to
fumiakall kin, la of co«>|>er work on demand. All
work warranted. Apply at tbo Shop, or to Phil
lip Eeach'a Htore on Mill Street.
au7wl2tt JOHN GOIUNG.
FARM FOR SALE
|
| AT A BARGAIN !
I
L
▲ Ranch situated on Coal Crook, near the Seattle
j Coot Miao. i«k* WaahinKtoo, containing
48® Acres,
ot whieb i« gcol bottom luiuL
Good Buildings, Orchard, and
Spring Water in abun
dance.
i Ttiia is the l**t bottom land lUncb in
King County.
; T4 k a*i«RM •
Apply to
M'NABHIT a LEART.
Soatt>, kr.g-.-M 21*. IfC. ail-tf
THE STAR SALOON
AMD
Bowling
Alley,
I'nJer tbc Wisconsin Uo ifo, on Mill St.
between Ist attd 2d.
BT
OLE GUNNISON, Proprietor.
M
I
tn tb< Bowliog Alley are two new and neel
tort alloy*. a»rb *o feet tn locgSb and u. <ot com
plete in all tbotr appotnUnenta.
Frek an J CV«i Lager Bct, fy (KegUi\t tr
quart, en hint.
' •eotCc. A«<wß Mh. \m.
MISCEI.LAXEOCS
STAR HILLS,
Comer of
FRONT AJfD SE3TECA STREETS,
SEATTLE, W. T.
I. W. BI ZKY. Prp'r.
Mxnifacturer of
EXTRA FAMILY
FLOUR
Alwavs on hand.
GRAHAM,
CRACKED WHEAT,'
and CORN* MEAL.
GROUND FEED,
| BRAN.
SHORTS,
MIDDLINGS,
! and CHICKEN FEED.
, i
} skattle nursery
j One mil east fiom Yesler's
wharf, on the stage road
to
Lake Washington. j
Fruit Trees,
SHRUBBERY
...AND.... |
Choice Plants
I
.4 LBO
Olioioe Boquots.
C. W. LAWTON. Proprietor.
BAINBRIDGE HOTEL.
| JAMES TAYLOR, Prop'r.
i
The f.nly hotel in Port Blakely, and the moat
! complete In all Its adaptations to the accom
' modation and comfort of families and the trav
! eling public, of any house on the Sonnd. The
, building is new and hard-finished throughout.
Kate* of Hoard and Lodging:
Board i>er week jf, oo
Board and Lodging per week 7 00
B.iard p« r day 1 oo
Board and Lodging per day. ......fl 'id and 150
The Bar is supplied with the best »f
| LIQUORS AND CIGARS
STAGE TO PORT MADISON EVERY OTHER
dsy : also. Saddle lloraes day or night to
1 and from Port Madison. JAMES TAYLOR.
Port Blakely, W. T., Jacn&ry 7,1878.
SNOHOMISH
EXCHANGE
ISAAC CATHCART, Proprietor,
SXOIIOMISH CITY, W. T. I
Every effort will be made to
maintain the reputation acquired by
as the bist in Snohomish County,
i and the cleanest kept House in
S Washington Territory.
THE TABLE is supplied with
the l>est the market affords.
THE BAR will be furn : shed with
first-class WINES, LIQUORS and
CIGARS.
m 8 ISAAC CATHOAKT.
i SEATTLE BAKERY
AND
PROVISION STORE j
Mill RlrMl, Beattlc, W. T.
L. REINIG, Prop'r,
MANUFACTURES
Bread, Cakes and Pastry
OP ALL KINDS !
D.-als in GRAIN, FLOUR, GROCE
RIES and PROVISIONS, of the best
quality. Raceires OREGON PRODUCE
by every utearacr. Keeps FRUITS,
PASTRIES, CANDIES an.l CONFEC
TIONERIES, prepared in the neat
est style.
Al»o, TOBACCO and CIGARS. i
VW Prices moderate. Articles deliv
ertnl at private houses in Seattle.
%* Orders filled to all parts of the
Sound. s2O
Notice.
N *lo* la hereby (rtr«s tfcat *ll P*Jtb♦«•• on a
■emie Promtsaory Note. tfi*en October lith, 1874.
for 9600. ia faror of Tbotuaa Griffitha and againat
the L»iao-.l Pnitwii« Inioa, will N» »u >pp«d. aa
tSXTf S*id Aad All
pervu* *.-*• c*uttoae4 p-irrfca*in,j tfca
aaia*. By urdtr of the Prawtdeat.
A. D. BLOWERS, A«*nt.
| OuuptTilta, W. T . Juli 2S, 1»T«. au4-4w
BILLIARD TABIE
For Solo.
Ti.e u&denif&ed baa f»r Ml*
Marble-Top Billiard Table,
Cb«*p for Cash.
Apply at the Port Madison Hot»L
i jjMf PHILLIP WIST.
MISCELLANEOUS
mm AISOESEEMEST!
GREAT CLEARING OUT OF
DRY GOODS
ANI)
Clothing
AT
SFRAUENTIIALi BROS
MILL Slßhh:i\ >h' \ TIE.
Making arrangements for the removal ti our
Brick Store new being erected, v.e offrr the entire
stock of goods at coat.
Remnants and odd 1< ts sold much below cost.
The stock is superior to any in the city, eon
| sitting of
I Dry Goods, Clothing,
Boots, Shoes, Hats,
Blankets, Carpets, Are..
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
FRAUENTHAL BROS
I
64 TABJDS
for
ONE DOLLAR.
WALL PAPER AT
SECOND STLRET
Paper Hanging a Specialty.
I i
La Conner
HOT E L
I
J. J. CONNER, I'roji'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 great agricultural district
of Puget Sound. The house is well established,
and haa
First-Class Accommodations
For Families and the Traveling Public. Parties
6n
HUNTING EXCURSIONS
Will find this hotel most centrally located
La Conner, W. T.. Jan. 15.1876.
I
Nortbern Pacific Railroafl. Pa
ciflc Division.
KALAMA TO TACOMA,
DA IL F, {SUNDA YS EX CEP TED).
LEAvi abbtve
Kalama 11:20 A. M. Tacoma fi 4)0 P.M.
, Tkcoma 7.-UU A. If. Kalama I'JJOr.H
Connections:
At Kalama with O. 8. N. Co.'a boats for all
) points on the Columbia river. At Tenino with
stages for Olyni)>ia,
At TACOMA with Steamers for Seattle, Olym- !
pia and all other points on Puget Sound.
On Saturday and Wednesday at 6 A. M-. with i
j steamers for Port Townaend, Victoria, Nanaimo, i
New WestmiuHter and Frtw r River.
Connecting with Pacific Mail Steamship Com.
pan) 'a steamers tri-monthly from Victoria to San
Fntncisco,
Through fare from Portland to San Francisco— I
Cabin §23 OO | Nteers«[e gl2 OO
Through Tickets for sale at the office of the O
8. N. Co.. Portland, Or. J. W. KPKAOI K,
Oenersl Superintendent
H W FAIRWKATHER,
Jun3 General Ticket Agent.
TUB MITK IKB
AND
INSURANCE CO.
! Firo cfc Marino.
I
Cash Assets, - - $480,000.
Principal Office. No. 409, California St.
San Francisco.
OFFICER As
Prria DOVABCS, Prss't.; A. J. BBTAWT, Vice- IT.
CHASLKS H. CVSHIM), Secretary.
A. P. HOTAI.IXfi, dk ».. Oenersl Afnita
for 3-egon and Wa*t'j «V>n. Portland, Oregon.
FIRST-CLASS RISKS SOLICITED
C. C. Perkins, Affcnt.
i J. A. McPHEE,
WhoJ»*eale and retail dealar in
fltms. ram rim,
anl
OUTLJBHY.
and exataine my at Faruhau.
Clark's St.>re, Comm<r>. ial Strr« t, Seattle, W. T
1 T. IL STRIN6HAM,
PALMER t
CUXTRACTOR.
I«.,ea all kinds of
House and Boat Painting, Grain
ing, Paper-Hantring and
Sign Work.
Pal eta for sale. r*ady mited, of all kind* V-*-
j timatea toroiafcad for partita designing to have
work dot*
| SHOP ON PAINTER'S ALLEY.
MISCELLANEOUS
nil
BUY THE Mm MIK!
Ist.—lt is the Quickest Baker in the market
2d.—lt is the Kanite in use.
. 3d.—lt is the Heaviest Portable Rant* ;»
| market: THEREFORE MORE DIRABLR
P RJ I 4th.—lt lias Larger Ovens than any other Port-
I P ra I able Range.
I *>tli. —It stives time and money.
J 6th.—lt possesses many New and desirable fa.
PIS (l S I s l 0 Economical Cooking Appa*
1 Sth.—lt does the greatest amouut of Work with
I the smallest consumption of Fuel.
\JL7 IIV| 1 9th.—It is the favorite with all Housekeepers,
" * • V Itecause it is perfect in every respect aafl
I excels anything of the kind ever offered ii
' this market.
10th.— A personal examination of it will cor
vince any one that it is really the BEST and
CHEAPEST Portable Rauge yet offered tt
the public.
FOll HALF, IIY
i WADDEIJIJ & MILES
DEALERS IN STOVES, RANGES. IRON PIPE, BRASS GOODS, 4c
MANUFACTURERS OF TIN, COPPER AND SHEET IRON
SEATTLE. ■W. T.
|
I ~
BENTON
COAL COM PAN V
S. A. SANDERSON,
NfriTtMry- F. H. HENDERSON,
RMSRIPAL PLACE or BVHNBM :
ttlO. EAST STREET, SAN FRANCISCO.
LOCATION OF WORKS :
liLACK RIVER, KINO COUNTY, W. T.
PUIS COMPANY IS SELLING A SITE
-1 RIOR ARTICLE OF
COAL AT $6 PER TON,
Aiul furnishing Stockholders coal, as per nlip
ulitions. at tlm rate of
Four Dollars per TON.
Apply a? HIP Office of the RENTON COAL
CO. on Commercial Street. Seattle, \V. T.
C. L. MITCHELL,
Manufacturer & Dealer in First Class
HARNESS & SADDLERY
| MIL!. S'BETWEEN FIKST AND SECOND
SEATTLE, W. T.
! SADDLES,
BRIDLES,
HARNESS j
And everything appertaining to the Trade con !
Ktuntly on hand.
Carriage Trimming
DONE TO OKDER, and prompt attention Kivrw
to all orders tor NEW WoUK or REPAIRING.
SAMUEL KENNEY,
llercliant Tailor
Has just receive 1 a new and choice
; STOCK OF GOODS I
For Spring and hummer wear.
FASHIONABLE SUITS
Made to order.
Com uieitlKl Ml ret I, Seattle, \V. T.
.
*JVW "W
M&SMMSI
L. DILLKR, Proprietor.
(SuccMSor t'» F. V. Snyder.)
MILL STREET, SEATTLE.
Coualantly on llhiml I lie
CHOICEST MEITS
AM.
VEGETABLES
...ALSO...
CORNED BEEF AND PORK.
SMOKED MEATS,
PORK and BOLO6NA
SAUSAfiES,
HEAD-CHEESE,
T R I P E . ETC
CALIFORNIA 1101 Si:,
Mill Street, 1 Door from First Street,
Seattle.
11. HIZSIXONK, Proprietor.
Mouse Ni-wly KurnUhcd and Refitted, t
H >u- kejit on tlie <»!<1 eonotrv
style. Table supplied with as *
g<*>d US th market atTorJa.
i Beds, 25 cU. Meals, 25 ct«. Board
and Lodging, $6 Per Week.
■ ■jynw ■; IP 1 ■ i' ————
Hew Sngland
Htrniri!
roruer Commercial & MainSts.,
Seattle, W, T.
THE NEW ENGLAND
aiul its accommodation* for families ar« nn»ur»
paused.
This Hi-use is NEWLY BCILT, ia HARD Fill.
ISHED throughout, has large an<l well furtti«h«d
Rooms, ami first board, on th«
European Plau %
can be had at moderate
I T I H T II E
Best Hotel iii the City.
L. C. HARMON,
ml-if. Proprietor.
SKAGET
coal com,
11. 1.. I lISI.FR. hoiM
JOHN 11. lIALIi, Secretary,
I
| Principal place of business, Seattle,
I Washington Territory.
Location of Works, Skagit Riter,
Whatcom County, W. T.
B1 >t<-Ksinith* desiring to tent thif
i coal will plu»*<* s»'iul their otldrests*
to theoflice in Seattle, W. T.
August 30th, IH7.*>.
NOTICE.
I>OfHI,K ENGINE STEAM
lUI Pile Driver, ML
fW •• OKI AlNim,"Jp
the beat a»)jM)li>t< d ever on I'nget B>»nnd.to V*
pared to build Wharvea, drive FouadattOM for
Stone or llrlck linildititfa; drive Pile Treatllaf
for Kail road*. and to load Veaaela with Span.
Piles or Timber, and will K'» to any part of
< Sound. Addri aM.
11. A. ATKINS,
Seattle, w. T.
N. U.— ol Pilet. furnlahed »t abort Dottct.
PUGET SOUND STONE YARD
Yf " f jf *
M. j. cahblue®
At ll:r Fool of Sftoml Slrtrt, SK*TTIE
Ev«-rjr variety of Cemetery W-.rk
Marble an I ail oth« r Stone, with neatnaa®
.\la>'. ail kmdn.jf Ma* n* B iihlintfMaterial k'P*
for the market. , »!_,»
Al»», igi iit for th'- hal»- • f the San 1..
All ordt-ra promptly fill"!, and aeti*fa t < s"
ant»-**d.
Seattle. Oolober 16. ltC5
Notice.
The drawing of tb# Int [jy
tery of Washing!, n Territory « hertoy
postponed until the Ist <i»y <>f J* u
A. D. 1*77.
H L. YESLER, Manager.
ty attic, July 1 ■
■ . O- «»• *"
-j —y_ »''7.
EVOINO *
a the Ma*-.i<i< nail. ■ >. »||iait
MtUibt r» of the order W w ||7••
By vrtter of tb*

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