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THE mill IMEUMMM.
Tuesday, Sept. 12, 1876.
iHPROTeNEST.—Tfca file
driver I>«ck Atkins is now jy i in
taking tb* *r ags o ! t of tiie channel
o# the 1> wami*h river and will un
dwhtpd'y improve the navigation < f
•be river very much bef>r< sh»» n
through; !>ut a pile-driver car.n * do
the work nearly as well a- tub mario«
boat* built expreasly for that j»orj:>ow
tjcti a* are c-mployed by the Gowrrr.-
ui' nt in other places; tie ugh the pile
drin-r is tb»- U t substitute w> rin g'-t
The Ii ''• r "i <'• lupv. v*• barn,
are going to ' ?.r all tb< e*p-ns<- of do
ing tbi* work which in other
is done by the Government,
but i"-r" must U* d'm« f.y frivat>- «n
--terpri**' or not a? all Ths« is one of the
iitff rtui.es of our I> rritoral conditio*
Other -t i'« i IHVIV large appropria
tions for th»» improvement of small
»'ream*, that ar«- r< ally ot n » imp r
tnnrs a- c«»mpar#-»l with many of < '.:r
river* f<<r which the Government has
unjU'tly refy-<-d t" gra: t any appro
priation It wool I do-in that ta*«au»s*
are so far away from the national
Ijei'lquarters, or « IWJ !«ciil!«! w< are
toot at all, t!i*t L'ncle
«s.iiu turns a d«*af »-sr t / a'i our request*.
»od forgets tbatw. even, as a dist.ir.t
Territory, have rights which tlie G .v
--1 is bund to respect.
<>jt jw 'ple seem t > have t ik-n it f r
that, "what can't l»* cured unit
f#e«4ured, M an 1 are try inn to tnak»-
lb* t#*t of It 'i his I# ttie l**t p«»liry,j
A nd it is much better to bo up and do
jns; than liJ«tbs*ly waiting the turning
ni the tide, even if we are doing the
work which pisticc and right demand
that the Government should do for us.
We can do much by private enterpri** j
to improve our river* and render
at least, more navigable than!'
they arc »t the jr.* .t, «nd ?
otif dtif-ns now sc m to b
waking ui to this tn t, it>d we vet.ture
ti» say that before another )»-ar b»s
I Hissed, many of our rivers will l>e
greatly improve si over their present
condition, not by appropriations from
th • government, but by private enter-,
j-rise, which seems to be the only source
m* can look to, at present, for any im
provement of this kind.
COMIXO. —\N e had a call yeateidav !
from Mr K 1» Wade, the advance
of th" Georgia Minstrels, who
will gm two performances in this city,
on V i iday arid Saturday c\eniugs of this
W<t K Tlh'T are now on their way to
S.ui Fraiui«oo eia Victoria, at which
lilac*- they will also perform They
iiav»- b« IMI making a tour through <>r«-
gon. and |MTf»>niietl to crowded houses ;
in the dt (Trent tun ON of that State,
and were everywhere highly eulogized
by the pr»-ss They performed for a
whole week in Portland with the mo*t
fluttering success crowded houses
greeting them < very evening, and the
matime on Saturd-iy atternoou was
witne»M-d by seven hundred ladies and
children. The < *rtyont tn in apeaking
of them, aayi "The troupe includes a
munla r of genuine artists, who deserve
to IM classed high in their profession.
The aouderful degree of proficiency |
evinced I»y these men. has never lieen
equalled in this city at any previous
time." Our citizens nre promised a
fare treat something that they have
had the op|>ortunity of listening
Wbtforc iu this city,and that is a gen
Biiw Negro Minstrel troupe. The
fmipany contains twenty real sable
s«u>of Africa, and of these, sixteen are
performers of real merit. The com
!iiny l»as traveled extensively i:» the
'uited States, and everywhere have
hem received with gr«at approbation.
The agent informs us that after per
funning in Victoria, am) again in San
Frunciwoo, they will embark for Aus
tralia, giving on tin ir way there our
p-rform.ince at llotiolubi. Go cirlv
ami aecure a reserved Stat, at Ja« k
l,<<\ y o cigar stand.
S\i» AccIOKNT.--The little MM of Mr
Titus. of \\ hite Hiver, whom we stated
a f« w weeks since hvl gone to Port land
for the purpoa* of having hi* crippled
ankle ami foot operated upou by the
surgeons connected with V. S Surgical
1 istitute, who were then stopping in
that city, uiet with a serious accident on
Miudiy. He returned frotn Portland
a'mut a week ago. While there the
cords of his ankle were cut by the sur
g<v>u% and his ankle and foot aecurrd
in I natural position by means of iron
straps, and he was getting along nicely,
until Suuday, when on his way to
f'jurvh on horseback, the horse took
fright and suddenly threw him off He
w»s injured «piite badly alanit tin head
and shouldera The little fellow we ins
to he peculiarly unfortun te The la< t
of his IK ing s,j Ll> p, h *«ly crippled
made huu au object of pity, and many
oi our citizens feeling a strong synipt
thy for him, in bin unfortunate condi
tion, coutrtlnited lilierally to have huu
*"i)t t«»* Portland, where it was Imped
his misfortune could l > initiated, at
leist m jwirt. I'pon his return from
that city, the result of the operation
*• s ooti&idered very satisfactory, and
many of his friends entertained b
of hu ultimate rsanery ; but thi< la»i
accident strongly illustrates the truth
of the old udage that " Misfortunes
never come siugly." ludeed they often
•sem to be married, and have
f-niilies of little one*.
SOLID. —The young aiasculmc co;i«
of the tcrpsechoreau art in
&s*ttle, who have been threatening to
1-rui tlieowlves into a dancing club
* knowu by tin cuphoni u» name
of tin "Lancer*.' n««*t l*%t evening,
.twenty in uumta-r, *t White's
Hall, and th«y rejvrt th*: tiiat club is
one ot the perm aa* r.t things in
Seattle L>i thee u.ing winter, .t U*a*t
this club ujpiv not 'e legionary
4P*y hav» limited ttieir tnembctsh p to
twenty five
The «t«atu»hip iKketa
••iled frem San Fraudwo on the l»th
Ui * l - fwr the Soi nd. jul brings the f.d
iMa'u ng«!% ft this city
f s Hirrfc, uit\ vtd.iughter Miotiit
uu. l\ik I<*» i T avjs S J
®paie, j.» Xouukii s A *iie, Hirniu
J M goiman j K M«-Donal.l, (-
W wradlemM,. H L GnfcT 4 wi , Vi Y
ju. Lll j p S S Hot
K Bdwwls, *nj It in th<
-
li .... ihj*y —Last evening j;.st
*?. re the ' Linjmeti employed in
S'i:;ng lumber - u - wha'f, bad in
ifh' i their day's *ur<, :\ f-ortim; of
the t r'h »id< -r<k- 'k»n
Th» »* U -.*:» ♦ engng.d at th
iinj* in 'arrji: r*A j »:,k ar i tithing
* *>»g { i.e f-* t n»ar the
tdg» of the wbarf, ' ut as tut- srsjael
proved tb*y j*it on on* 1 p auk to many;
•' twa- the last straw brok - tbe<~*ai
(b b*rk, for, ju«t as * Ceieatial stei -
ped >ti to the ji. »i'h th- last { Ist k,
and * h*le v. vfnl other*, -« t* bid de
posits their Urn*, were abut to re
turn. tbc piles gtv«* away and the
wharf cam-- down * ith a t« rnbtn cr t«h
Tie almond-eyed foreigners dotibtlcw
tit %ht that J jsh b»1 » n plotting
tb«-ir ruin, when they found themselves
'**mg precipated into tb<- water
jh< y scrambl- 1 ..k wning rets to
•av< thet:,* hres fr m gum g .! .wu with
the luu.i*-r, and in catching boll of
punk* in a i«orti n of the pile that
rt main'-d mi tbn souudi r pact of the
w-arf they only n. td«* tb«- in »tter w.»r*c
by pullii H the plank-. over on tb**pi
selves. The ctdeatials w»re uninjured
wtth the exception of a f»-w bruin***
Tin- fall w»«cau*fi l-y the { «it**e breaking
off where they had prolssbiy l>eeii
eaten i»way by the worut Nearly all
the wharf ii I up with the ex
ception of this place, which for >!i>e
r+n-ou bad been neglected. Slab
bing i- i vi ry »ss«ntial adjunct to a
}>eriu it.* i.t wharf, as pile* do not ia*t
here- ir» the fcdt wat> r, but are soon
detitroyid by worun. One i f tbu
fender j iU-H *t tb»- « nd of this wharf,
whit b w*M driven only a yo*r ago and
w»t - at that time in a very sound con
dition, broke <»ff a few days ago, an J
ii|>oti • it it nm found that at
the lower end, wher«» it hid broke off.
it was i more she)', t!u* w -rms having
literally cut it • tT iti cue y»*ar * tiuic
f Sr. HKI.K.N'S HAM. W. cull at
teution ttj the a«!v»*rti•cement of St.
ifoleu 3 >i iica.., to, y\ )fe :v . ...
which app«ari «. < .b.i-: in cur <V)I
uiuin. A re- «-».t i-- • t >1 the < >r<
gon f'tir". hmti >*• »'<» of *at Houtitib
ing it Mtitution ii tull iw ug Urru" :
"I! K .lit y who Imve !>e»n
winding lb« Sutnrucr iu the Ki>t. »r ■
on their r-ttrn, bringing with them
thive ti.u iifi ■ to be itiibnl to the prc4*.t>:
number, making »-b ven in all, wh
whole time is t;i*en to the work of
insfrtic tion in the various departments
of the school. VV.» know no in
th< country that is furtiished with *o
l»rg»' a corps of teachers. Tins is o.r- |
taialy an advantage which should be
appreciated by itpatrons and pupds
In»t«;«<l cif !>ftng under the influence <»f
one or two pei>ons. the pupils t f tbi>
school have the advantage of a large
numl»er of teachers of v.;ri< d abilities
and acquirements, tr iimsl iu the best
instruction of the country, an.l con
scientiously devoted to their work."
A Goon TIME.—A number of out
business men star ed ' IT on Sunday
morning for a tisbing excursion on Ce
dar riv»-r, and came back on the even
ing of the same <lay with a large -string
4>f Hue trout This seems to t>e an e.v
cedent place f »r trouting, and it i% just
about the right distance from town to
make the pleasures of a Ashing excur
sion two (old— combining the pleasures
of a fine long rid« in the country with
those of angling in the nhady brook
Those among ui who contemplate
•{tending a «lay or two in the pursuit of
lileasuru of this character, cannot do
wtter than take a trip to Cedar liver
and try their skill as anglers, as then
is no finer sjv»rt than catching the
speckled trout that bides iu the depths
of the mountain stream.
THE MAMSOX SVKEKT HILL.
WliiUt ullitf nmlnl iu provi moiiti are
l»eing made, we vs. ml.l call attention to
the condition of the Mvh»> n street hill
whit hi« the direct r<»r» 1 t«» the eeun
tery. This hill in th - vicinity of the
intet>ectii n of Ninth and Tenth -tre, t*
is exceedingly abrupt and difficult of
ascent, while below in it deep hollow.
As all th>» Itinera I proc ><>io.is goiux out
of the city have to climb this hill, Us
improvement ia a matter of cotisidet*
blc iuijHtrtanoo. A cut of even a tew
feet near the summit and a corrfS|<ond
ing fill ladovv would I»e duly appro iat
ed by the pnbbe.
THEOTTEH. The Ottel Went up the
Dnwtitnish river on Saturday morning
with the pile-driver, Diek Atkiu>, in
tow. On her w.iy d \vn yi sfcrd «y with
two scows 10.t.1t .1 with eoal, one of them
w*s run i 11 a .t > tit >.i\ miles HIK»V>
the BMNtt hof the ;islr »n I Mink I n.-
steamer brought the other >e »vv down
to the ctfy, and the morning itturiicd
to the river with an empty scow in tow
aiul a corps of Chinamen, to U* em
ploy td in raiding th*i «uai '■
ur Yest rday j. a .«t»< U i t,i
jtetiple w« re l l '•. I.s •> at th • t tuip
meeting which i> be;i g In Id in til"
\\ nv. r V I . twenty-twj mil t
from town The mu ting will continue
for several d •> - yet. and if the weather
Contiuues t»* ss fiv< rable as it lis*
the intervst in the tins ti. g w ill p •! . • >
be Oil the iner»-a- ad the whi
We to dsv saw iu Mr \N t».
Jamiosoti's s'aow window sotne of the
hansvimest Ct»ral Cain o an.l Quartz
which it has 1 *n our lot to see in any
large city They itc certainly di serv
ing of notice, and reflect great cr\-»iit
ujH»n the « nteri>ri*e ..f that -j •nth-man
iu purchasing -uch fine £ » -d« for th*. •*
mark. t.
tir The «11 produc>> *<irt'! o »*e
which is stniiding on the pile* driven
in the alip Oil the S«' ith side td Craw
ford A Harringtoti's >sharf. near the
end. ia !>eing torn down, ai d a* on as
the building is removed the pile* will
l»e cut off Thi- i* a much n < bt! i:n
provciutnt.
Sou» —W IT ItiUiatti's claim on
White uver. eoutaimng forty acr s. was
a» Id at >h-- > rifl"> sale yeater l«y after
n.sci t«» aatssfv the judgment, iu the
ea* of Cotlit s r». Ciiil a n The | rop
eitv «a* in f. r t2 *• *»y Mr
John Oolliita.
1 h»} l»*rk 11 .r» » 11 ins. s • ;
W.tU the first rista laient of tii S A
W. W. K. R. iron, is ex ret tod hTC to
day.
J-'ROM I>ow> THE SorSD —The tug
1 >rus Walker, of Port Gamble, ar
risel t- re last evening for the porpoer
of her botkri inspected by
b b-r ir »jKi<t,-)f her
* i< h got a y«-'.r bavirg eipir
ei - ..Tbaitbec •* i>ark being oi.t-t
S abrck i- jfjing auead raradly, arvi
' M ve>a»l 1 Mtti if with
at thU pUct....That they
t. w-yf i n new tb'ee-toast schjor.er B«
port -r ♦ » *■>-% lay right frem Port
I.ad! » that the mill at that plsce s
running right arl lay, and that the
*' rk the n<-w arkent;ne buiiding
tb -r-i is U i.sg piuhed mr.e«d rapidly bv
t * r ge f »rce of uaen....That every
thing look* h**;ly and prosperous at
Gam !•*. .. are two n>>w dwelling
b > « :» ing ♦■uiSt. and two veaaels ioad
ing the -tip 1 1 Butler and the bark
hoi tea' the former for Australia and
the litter i">r >an T~anci«»c»j; that the
ni.ll there bad shut d wn on night
w rk Ust Saturday, aid are run
nii % or:iy dunnjj the day time at
pr- ->!.t, on account of the non-arrival
#.f vessels to take the The
'i akiuia towM in a I>ooni of logs tl»e.e
iiigbt frotn the Snohomish.
-NFW STYLE OF IIKABTII.—Mr. J.
C from Yreka, California,
has laid, in the new residence of Key-
Mr. Bagley. a couple of hearths of the
Leather's Artificial Stone, which l<»ok
as if laid of a single block of granite.
They grow hard in f»ur days—being
wet meanwhile, three times a day—and,
it is ssi 1 become harder than granite,
with a smooth poliahed surface like
tnsrUe. As a novelty In maaonry they
will repay examination^3tfr. Jamieson
eijw-cts to of the same kin<l
iii4rti**ff«-i lcn(es now under way.
THE NVEAIHEE —The weather is
now salubrious and delightful again.
The cool, invigorating breeze which
' u !r ■ ! 11:«- cc»nn tijrongh t'-e
t < * iiu) SLOW capp* d Oiytu(Mcs,
t :npcre«l as it reaches us by a genial
S. pt<mber sunshine, m ikes the spirits
buoyant, and sends life and v im through
every nerve. This is a most favorable
c« itrast t> the hot, sultry
w. at her which the deni/ens of the
I'i-tt-r.i States have to endure at this
s i«- n of the year.
SALMON.—These fish begin to get
more plenty now, as the season ad
vances, and the Siuash report then
quite plenty. Yesterday morning their
caii4>es came in loaded down. One of
them, it is said, brought iu a ton. The
salmon, though running unusually late
this reason, may not prove to lie so
scarce after all, as many supposed thev
would !>e.
l-ff Tha IT. S, schooner Yukon
which has IKH II hauled up and under
going repairs at machine shop
will leave here to-day.
THE TIM* IS LIMITED.-— But H few
days now remain in which to take ad
vantage of the Great Ke«iuction at W.
(i. Janueson's. Until the sailing of
the Panama we will, sell our enlarged
titoek at cost; watches, $7 50; gold
watches, The best American
watches in heavy case fsjrt, (regular
price, #45.) W. G. JAMIESON.
Mr. Hatch, collector, will call on per
sons indebted to me between now and
that date.
BUSINESS NOTICES.
Mns. S. laiiih, Portland, agent Cur
Oregon and Washington Territory, for
the s»ln of Mrs. Moore'a Great Scien
tific Hair Producer, cores haldnoj iu
ail its stages without fail, checks fall
it g of th«s h tir and itching of the
seal p. Pci «ous desiring tho prepara
tion can obtain it in Portland, or of 11.
I" Ijord, Seattle, W. T.
IA»OK! LOOK'! LCDK!!!—At the
i'fw Tildca ai d Hays and other styles
of H its by the last steamer.
PISKJIAM «fc SAXK.
THK Celebrated Humboldt Brewery,
S.-ui Kran<i«i»o, " Imager Beer" fresh and
( sd at the City Beer Hall
If irdware of every description com
ing ' i .vn at
WU3THOFF JC WALD.
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
XKW KN<.LAM».
A .1 Burnett, wife A 2 children, O.e
g"ii; Mrs J Thorp, Ouklan<l, C':il ; A P
B;d*cock. C Kastbonie. W Taee
v-1111 ' V Kicr. i• ir l uki ly W
'i.tiay, <. »ty; Miller A w.fe, Titus,
i• s« sinish river; L McKeilnvmd, Straw*
! ■ r> y <• r.o c A Ktu Francisco;
K A Shaw, Lowell. Mass, 1) Conway.
\\ tur river; I. M.isters*-n, Sq uak; L L
L itlu i- wife A 2 children Oakland;
w ,?e A wife, Steilac»x)m.
OCCirEXTAL HOTEL.
\ has. Fisher, and wife, Port To#n
mii.l; C A Huntington, >'eah Bay; E
<i lnpilia, Xew Tacouia; Jas S Lawtnn.
o' vntpia U II Wilcox, C A Palmer, B
F llnenesa, L Bchlu»selU city. F M.
I'll our, Portland; IB Ioni», Vaalioo
Island; lieo Swan, Olympia.
AMERICAN UOI SE
Jehu I lery, Olympia; John Thomas,
Kenton. Mrs Harrison, J. hn Harrison,
* nUr Ritrer; M A Blair, Joseph Preble,
NN lute K;vt r. K I*. Cooper. Cal.;
J G<**lwin, Portland; 8 D Lothm As
totia, Oreg»»n.
BORS
L\T/ In Ihu fjly. on tLe IctL la*t-, *if«
«l P w Lytx. • a»u<btrr
% ■
i>«l "ees
>"r*i r ;• awry «b*i »•. Larir4t Lu:
ftiff. tcum* S*»V»l
U« Q< Joha lltT. iliand, ftwm »e
in tlw t a»*-iijea r»*l proj*i.y, t*.«it
*namd#d haif of Bl * k« J. #. t«. *otl cl
tr%.rtl bkx'k* 3. S. R 11 IS «.n4 !S. n
ud » Addnix c t wi4 iwfct w»ns t!
tfe*ir jx*U t-i k> «**•<
WR MSJ p«ri f
Lrcnrc*A RATCUF*.
EM Va JttABIT.
BETsY PIEKSON,
•*as Bj w B Au4rsw», Attorney la »?*.
MISCELLANEOUS
BUY
YOUR
GOODS
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SCUWA6ACHER
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THEY KEEP THE LAKGEST
ASSORTMENT,
ANO SELL
CHEAPER
THAN ANY OTHER
HOUSE
XKT TUB
TERRITORY
If, H. PUMPHREV,
Successor to
PUMPHREY
—YOUNG.
bookseller ii nd
Stationer,
SUATTXiB w. T.
Pure Milk
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Hotels an<l Families Supplied
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In Quantity tA^Suit.
A. AMI'XDS.
I SMttlt. W. T. * • j*-tf
Ordinance No. 122.
In ftl-ttion to Building a Sidewalk on
the North Sulf J* k*>o Street,
liet wreu Commercial ainl
Second
Tb# City of A-"** MtUlB foHor-*
K*. t »st Irr. uf H#wl E<UI« V* d«c-
IBftoC e D'>rll» *id» ol Jfc'tol'O M'Wl »Du
tnyaCMunocUl it<) s*»ca®d Sfcr*-* u in Xl** ■
I c **!• pUt t M<*ttl*. »t*U b%lid **-i f. a»:r.« t •
i. ■ d« . eufcetAuUsi rtUew*!* *»•■* i«*» tk*a »tt
-*x m m td%. ar-4 of Mt itmm th*s t* j
ip. h« in Uffkr**#»■** * <*• ne to tb«
•«t.» Ktion of tb« Citf Emtio«*r *fc'l to om
withi* Uor./ vl*y» *-'w tfc# : «-»»' of tbi*
**c jt Tkat if toy ow*rof h*-»J R»Ui<- »h m
duty it i* kjt%« ftrrt 3*> t nof tfci* <Jrd.; *to
b«ild 41..-1 •»r>«tr .«» » suit **Xk •* tLems • ?*«■»
a*j fnitofomsi? *'-t* «**
»f Mi,|
■•wr*-! *ad UjilJ **J rmmrart Mid BU<-v*U
p*w.-rtoe4 Sr. tb* ftnt teetfc* of tb:«
- fciiil tt»* rrM- < battd»t«r tb«
wc.e «A*H b* f >ai *b» tAjltming lot
• lct» «tM (k&d pt&AlUea «T» colltvUd So
<.«b«r mA
IWrd !taks.b*r Ift. A. D. in
PabliaL«ies>t«s.b* Ufc. A. I> !<*•
(i. A. WttD. M*f*
• W*. fc I***. Cl* Clttf.
MISCELLANEOUS.
THE GUT REDUCTION
AT
W. G. JAMIESON'S
WILL
LAST BUT A FEW DAYS LON6ER.
Oold
(juld HI A.
<»ent*« Ptem-Winding M atch.
The best American Watches iu Heavy Oases S3C
• i Resular Price $45)
AT
i
EVERYTHING IN PROPORTION.
i
Clocks and Plated-ware 15 4 52 Per ft. Below Cast.
MUSICAL INSTRUMENIS AT AGREAT SACRIFICE
'
Jaiuicson's Jewelry Hiiiporinm.
GOOD NEWS.
The undersigned are constantly receiving by every steamer from Sau Francisco
a largf assortment of
CHOICE GROCERIES
And kenp constantly on hand
on OMy
I Fresh Graham Flour, Corn Meal, Rye Veal, Buckwheat
i Flour, and lliee Flour, Chicago Hams, Bacon
and Smoked Salmon, Fresh Califoniu
Butter. Eastern & Maple Syr ips.
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County Produce bought ui.d sold. Everything kept by a
WI»IM3S eiDtmi Mil
Will lie found in our stock which we j>ro|»o»o to sell cheap r than any other
house in Seattle.
All goods guaranteed. Give us a trial and be convinced.
0«MM1« IMitcrd t« nil Pari* of «h# €l»v free of C'lutr**.
FRONT STREET. SEATTLE. y Sf, T.
W. A. JENNINGS,
f
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Wlidliml*' •n<l lu-tasl r la Cbotce
GIOCEBIBS, HOIISIOIS,
HARDWARE, FINEITEAS, CROCKERY,
GLASSWARE, FLOUR, FEED, &C.
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Imported and California .-Wines,
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Foreign aim Domestic Liquors, (igar* and Tobacco.
All Utxnl* a# Rsf»rest'Ut*«l. Delivered in tbc Clip Ffit
of Charge
Commercial Street, Seattle, w• TP
HALL Sf PAULSON,
r» <A ml D**l» r* in
0* Oil iinL-w Sfmdts,
arpe Picture Mould
_ ' iiitr St Frames,
ets, rerambu-
Our facilities are such as to defy competition.
GIYK US A CALL AM) SATISFY YOUHSXLF AS TO I'KICKS.
C*«iMrcl»l Bti**t. W. T. i
MISCKIXANKOrS.
AVE RILL
'Chemical
I
Painty
| Durable, Beautiful. Wa
terproof, Fireproof,
Eeonoinieal,
All Shakos and Colors,
All Stylo* of Packages.
F> r *»!«• m Qiuatitif* to Suit l»jr
H. 1. JENNINGS,
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I>KAL£K IN
PAINTS, OILS, BLASS, AC
j Commercial Street, - • S«»%ttlt*.
mm iiiilf,
SKATTLK, W. T.,
Wm. Meydenbauer, Prop'r.
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MASFFACTTREB ALL KlNl>B of
ftliip and Noft Bread
▲LHO
salt A,
ricsic,
no s Toy,
sm A it.
MILK,
FANCY
and SHOO-FI.Y
ORAOKURS,
OaILOB, (jbo. f d?o.
j Orders rtllisl »«. all I'AHTH OF thr tOI'NO at
) SHORT NOTICK.
VESSELS TURNISMEB
with
Kiln- Dried lliscuits
On opi>Utatiou, for
LOMIr
tr Prices moderate.
NORTH PACIFIC
! st'miii Mimi
Piclit& Mt'lilhoro,
Manufacturer* of
I'ROU All, IDKIR
•lid
||ager JSrrr
liarlriK uiffMilwl l« tbi-buainewa of Ih<- North
Pariflc Hrwwrry. we will aell our Alt, Fofw
ter, and I<*«er llei r. which i» a< kii< wl< d«iifi to >•
thr U-ttt ID the market. at that will COD
with any other lirewery In the Territory. Wl
will Dot be under* >ld
Having tncreaaed thr facility * of thta |MIJ alar
eatabllahmont. onr j>atr rm tan rely ii;»>n thalf
ordera being pronjjdly filled.
PK'DT k MKiII.HOHH,
! Referring to th« above, the MUtbralgned thanks
hi* fmiM-r patrona for their liberal »iij>i>ort, and
•"Hi lt* a continuance of the aatne for hia Mir.ea#,
I or*. MAI'TIN HrHMIEO.
S« attle. January 39. 1876.
DEXTER NORTON A CO.
BANKERS
Si .A I TLE, W.T.
-
DKI'OHITH RECKIVKD AND AC
couuU kept aubject toChf t k or l>rafi.
i Interest allowed on time deposit fr'»m lata
of deposit.
Sight Eiehange on I'ortlan I, San Kianclaoo
aod New Y>»r%.
Money Loaned '>* acurity;
. ffa/ri'i*. -1.»*• k« and other teraltre4 uo
Jtp-Mt f»r ajft kwpiru.
('<>»!•■• mule »n<J proved* prorcptij
i remitted.
InveatraertU n Ileal Kttata and other pf>>p*
. ffty made t»r art lea.
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Dealer In Hecon»l html
Clot hi tic, Biankrli, Walrhr* and Jrwilff.
T*U<-ribK. Cl«-M»iutf wi'l H< pftirlr.4.
>t In t W »V M ila
Lovers. of Sport!
« jf- /> f
V'jti will t'.i • •pl'Wi't Wf•tt f Um
lb «t
SPOON HOOKS
ASD
Vackle
OmanUlj. at
John Bullivan'&
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