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MISCELLANEOUS
M. DOR AN,
SAIL-MAKER.
S;tils mad* to Ord«*r and Warrant/"!
to Kit. Old Sail* Impaired with
Nfatness and in.sj<it< L.
Flax*. Tents & Awnings
\f ttl? to f/rd/T.
Mill Street, Seattle, • - W. T.
B. A. HILL & CO
Mann far tnrera of
C. V. B. REEDER'S
Wire-Suspension,
Vibrating-Spring
BED BOTTOMS
Patented Jilly 1. 1#73. and *u awarded the
I irvt Frftulom. with luiil-.tna, at tbe California
State Pair. Alao. Ft rat l l r« lulum. with Diploma,
at the Hanta Clara CuttDly Fair, 1x7,» . an<l Special
l>iplotua at the Han Joaquin County Fair, I*7l.
Count y itlgbt* fur aale, at reaaonabln ft Kurt*.
Orfclk by mall promptly attended to.
I'tMlulNrr Boa, So. 44
Seattle, November 13.1*78.
SEATTLE COAL
AND -
TRANSPORTATION CO
Principal |«|«rp of llu»lnr««, Naa
I'murlst'o, i mI.
of Work*, Hlaf VoialJ
watelustou Trrrtlvry.
Thi« (Vimj'Miy 1« n<»w prrparrd to famlata
Superior Ouallty of Coal
IN QUANTITIES TO SHIT I
mIJ -m- m ,
For Sale, at Low Price*!
Apply •» th" om. . f.r Tiir: REATTI.E COAL
k TRANSPORTATION COMPANY.
Hr«lt!r. Nor*p>l#r 7tb. 1*74.
AUCTIONEER!
I). W.IiYTS, Auctioneer.
OiU< < mii! Salesroom* on
FRONT STBEET
Tbivr door* rioni Mill.
l oujtl.t utiil <mi fair coiumlMtAii In
fell I'MMi tltilifieUoli jjUfctm.t. < •!
Olv* tli< * < aii in- all"** n<>no to do
work cheaper or batter than lilm* If.
Brattle. Juljr 4th. jy« tf
SOMTIIIMi JEW!
| Th* iitoleraltftied ar*> n->w prrj«arrd to do
a^iJmm mm m mi«- 9
Mtenm A Unn Fitting
At abort u>>tlo«, and in s w<>rk»auiik<- manner,
BEWING MACHINES) REPAIRED
~AKD—
OINIIAL JOI WORK
D«n« to otter, IHaco of Bu»tnaas, >-■
I'KONT STREET.
flrtwru Cbrrry and Co.iu«lla i*trr«ta.
COtLTER A HENDRICKS.
lie July. l:tb 1#76.
GO TO
Bean & White's
•EW GROCERY STORE.
ON HtOXT HTRJUET, if you waul th#
*
Worth of your .Money.
Th< y ke«j> » la'ae »ud splendid aWk of
Groceries
School Books, Stationery
AND NOTION'S,
And srv the irnly turns* tn attic where y« a
can tt« t tt>«
Allien Dried Apples, Pears.
Plums, Corn, Onions, He
Tli'j •!»•> he»p o oo hard
t'hfj'inl tft'il, MuUlh h>)*, Sh<>Hs,
Bran, Wheat, U*i*, Etc.
A CHEAP PAPER!
The demand for the WEEK
LY OKKCiONIAN t\ r a short
time is so great that we have
concluded to oiler it for the
balance of the year fur
OXE DOLLAR i
All subscriptions will ex
pire Dee. 31, 1873, no imUter
when they commence. Ad
dress,
oK£&>3Uli, a oruaikd.
MISCELLANEOUS
UNIVERSITY
or
WA3HIMGTON TSEBITOET
Will r- -op«-n on
Monday , September 11th, 1876.
F >r j*irtirtilar« a* to terai, ap
4 ily to tbe
Uev CEO. F. WIIITWOBTU,
i'rw; lent.
Sea;t>. A.W M. i<e. ai'tr
E. L. HALL
Undertaker
Cherry (Street, Seattle, W. T. I
- ■
COFFINS & CASKE TS
Constantly cm band and made to order. The beat
aaaortment of
Undertaking Good*
Of every dwwlptlon. in *be Territory.
Order* from any part ->f the Sound promptly
flllad.
Every article In my line will b« aupplied on tbe
moat liberal Im.
XL f }J. Hftlle
Jyia-tf
FARM FOR SALE
AT A BARGAIN!
A Ranch situated on Coal Creek, near tbe Seattle
Coal Mine, Lake Waablugton. containing
480 Acres,
300 of which is good l>ottoni laixL
Good Buildings, Orchard, and
Spring Water in abun
dance.
j Tim is tlio lx>at bottom land Ranch in
Kiug County.
I ___
Apply to
MNAmm a liaiy.
1 Seattle, Auguat 21at, ire. aSt-tf
EASTWICK, MORRIS I CO.
Civil acd'Miuing
snrioxM xi mzus.
(R.H>m No. 6, Burnett'• Building,]
far. (ummirrlal Si Waahln|tan llretli,
Seattle, Waab. Territory.
Coa\ and other mineral landa and mlnt-a.aur
eerfol. e&auilned. a»«»l report n1 upon. Flaua and
n»H.uate« for miul.K iiu,»r >Te-uenta furniahed.
SjMvial attention j.ltru • land aurveya. and to tbe
!tM'«l*oa *JI city 'o.e »»>»» t ixlu. Map* and draw
tngs bidhaiiit ally executed Nov. 1J 1K75
I HAVE LEASED THE
Brick Yard
Known aa thr Plutr.mer yard. for a trrin of four
yean, with tu« tnUtitivu of
SUPPLYING THE DEMAND
At reduoed rate*.
Will br prepared lo furnish to order lu June oml.
C. McAIXISTEft.
March 17.1*7*. ssmUo.
W. H. SHOUDY,
DKALCK XV
PAINTS, OILS,
: VARNISH, GLASS,
PUTTY, &C.
Paiuta readT lulled to tx>l.»r and auantltie* to
suit Jmt rwetvfd, the Targsat anJ l«»t a*»- rt
-1 n>«fil ol
| WALL PAPER
In the city, and [will aril si reduced rstos rra.l*
Irut. sued.
RUBBER PAINT.
I w.ii tnarant** the Rubber Pi nt, a'.! other
i irvut-Wl»4 'M«»al. •<> rm au. re surfs, e.
per gall-vc. work. Ibto tb« AIU&Uo Let..
*ud L;i.s»«xl Oil, and Twenty |«r c*nt wore than
th* A\en 11 Cbeeucal Paint *n<l that it will '.Mt
twieaaa ! >»« aa ntlier whru j>r*>prr!j applied,
without
Piloting, Kal.*otuming and Paper-
ILutgiug done on notiot.
SralUa, Jutj is.
I _
W. 8. Wjooi*. W*. F»I.
American House,
Mill Street. llfad of Taaler't W barf.
SEATTLE, W. T.
i WIG GIN & FOX
prletora
Ro«rd »r. * T Xf'~4 by ths Yaafc. . * U*
>-+r£ and fcj the Day, . • 1 A.
Maal.- hltaia, ...... He
Dwla from Mto to Carta aiou
MISCELLANEOUS.
ADELPIII SALOON.
PINE
WISES, LIQUORS, and
O IOAHS,
OPPOSITE YEsLEIta lIALL.
Seattle, W. T
j3 J. 8. ANDERSOX.
Kl'bE LuffE.
PONY SALOON;
Kept by
BEN JMURPHV
Corner Commercial and M*ia etr*-»t. oppneite
theC. 9. Hotel.
'pHIB la the plar* to Tiiit to have the inner
1 man r»pleniahed.
Cigan, Tobacco, Wines, and Liquors
A'way® en band.
Seattle, W T„ Marrh 23. 1875
MERCHANT EXCHANGE
Saloon
OS MILL STREET SEATTLE. W. T.
The Finest
WINES, LIQUORS & CHARS
Constant'y on band.
F. UIGBEY Proprietor.
The Grotto
SALOON,
111 Street. Seattle. W. T.
ALGAR & NIXON Proprietors
"X'HI M
ALHAMBRA SALOON.
YOUNG 8c MALONY,
Sact-ewon to fi. Pfichard,
Mill Strert, Opposite Post-offier, Seattle.
Wine*, Liquors, Beer ami Cigars of the
tnut quality coiistaut
jy4-tf ly 011 hand.
The Eldorado,
BY
Voiii
THE CHOICEST LI INK QUE
Attached to the Saloon u a First-clatm
RBBTAU KANT
" BOCA/'
The Mi'#t Celebrated
IBeei*
«»n tbi« (Vast, will be served from tbu dak at
THE RETREAT,
FRONT STREET. . . - SEATTLE.
THE STAR SALOON
AND
Bowling
Alley,
I ndor the \fci*con»in House, oo Mill St.
between Ist and 3d.
BY
OLE GUXNIBON, Proprietor.
In tba Bowling kl'.ry ar* two new au>) excel
lent allaya. -*. h To fM ta length an i ui *t com-
Vletrtu ail their appointments.
Fifth and CvlJ bctgtr Btrr,ly 'he r
q><art, ahrat,* on hinJ.
Seattle. Au»rtiat 'Hh, 1»T«.
BILLIARD TABLE
For Solo.
The underpinned ban for tale a-
Harble-Top Billiard Table,
Cheap fir Caah.
Apply at Um Prrt Madi*>n H> t« I.
jy« -tf PHILLIP WIST
SEATTLE BAKERI
AND
PROVISION STORE
Mill llmi, Kfßiilf, W. T.
L. REIXIG, PropY,
MANUFACTURES
Bread t Cakes and Pantry
OP ALL KINI 9 !
D*«als iu GRAIN. FLOUR, GROCE
RIES mud PROVISION'S, of th* best
quality. Rcceire* OREGON PRODUCE
l»v everv tteam«»r K«»* j* FRUITS,
PASTRIKS, CANDIES and CONFEC
TIONERIES, prepared ui the tn-at
**at atyle.
Alao, TOBACCO and CIGARS,
ur PriOM mode-rate. Articled deli*
«rr**i at private house* iu Seattle.
Order* filled U> ail jarts of the
bound. s3O
MISCELLANEOUS
STAR HILLS.
Cornr of
FRONT AND SENECA STREETS.
SEATTLE. W. T.
I. W. BI ZBV. Prp'r.
Kua/»-tnfr •/
EXTRA FAMILY
FLOIR
Always on hand.
GRAHAM,
CRACKED WHEAT,
and CORN MEAL.
GROUND FEED,
BRAN.
SHORTS,
MIDDLINGS,
and CHICKEN FEED.
SEATTLE NURSERY
One mil cast from Yesler s
wharf, on the stage road
to
Lake Washington.
Fruit Trees,
SHRUBBERY
....AND....
Choice Plants
A mo
OXioioo Boq.uota.
C. W. LAWTON. Proprietor.
BAINBRIOGE HOTEL.
JAMES TAYLOR, Prop'r.
The only hotel in Port Blakely, and the most
complete la all Its adaptation* to the accom
modation and comfort of families and the trav
eling public, ofany house on the Sound. The
buildiug lb now and hard-flni£hsd throughout.
Rates of Board and Lodging!
Board per week $/> 00
Board and Lodging per week 7 00
Board per day | 00
Board and Lodging per day $1 25 andl 60
The Bar in supplied with the best »f
LIQUORS AND CIGARS
STAGE TO PORT MADISON EVERY OTHER
day ; also, Saddle liorsen day or night to
and from Port Madison. JAMES TAYLOB.
Port Blakely, W. T., January 7, H7«.
TAKE NOTICE.
3 Yokes Steers,
Very kind and partly broke ; 6 jeara old.
APPLY TO.
m . m. HT€»iaii 4
anl6w« PORT LUDLOW.
Cooperage.
The underpinned Lu on hand • quantity
FISH BABULS AID VASI-TOBS
For sale at reasonable pricaa, and !• prepared to
farniah all kind# of cooper work on demand. All
work warrants. Apply at the Shop, or to Phil
lip Keach'a Store on Mill Street.
nu7w!2tf JOHN GORING.
SNOHOMISH
EXCHANCE
ISAAC CATHCA&T, Proprietor,
SNOHOMISH CITY, W. T.
Every effort will be made to
maintain the reputation acquired by
ThiN
as tin- btst in Snohomish County,
and the rleanett kept House in
W hington Territory.
THE TABLE is supplied with
the l«est the market affords.
THE BAH will 1*« funrsbed with
first-class WINES, LIQUOKS and
CIGARS.
MS ISAAC CATHCAKT.
GEORGE H. WHITE,
Prartiftil Book-Binder,
TUMWATER, W. T.
Law Books, Papers, Magazines. Mu
sic. By-Laws, Checks. Etc,
Botsi> AT FRANCISCO Piu<u
UVTE)
MISCELLANEOUS
HUT UMK9DT!
GREAT CLEARING OUT OF
DRY GOODS
AND
Clothing
AT
FRAUENTHAL BROS
MILL STREET, SEATTLE.
trrtcgvniento for the fwnonl to our
Brick skore now being meltd, we offer the entire
•took of goods tt cost.
Remnants and odd lot* sold much below cost.
The stock is superior to an? iu thecity. ron
sistiug of
Dry Goods, Clothing.
Boots, Shoes, Hats,
Blankets, Carpets, kc.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
FRAUENIHAL BROS
64 YARDS
for
ONI DOLLAR.
WALL PAPER AT
SECOND STLRET
Papter 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 Hkagit river, and
in the center of the grtfat 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 moat centrally located
La Conner, W. T.. Jan. 15, 1870.
Northern Pacific Railroad, Pa
cific Division.
KAT.AMA TO TACOMA,
DAILY, (SUNDAYS
LEAV* ARRIVE
Kalama 11 ao A. M. Tacoma 6:00 P.M.
Tacoma 700 A. U. Kalama li^Or.M
Connections:
At Kala.ua with O. 8. N. Co.'a boata for all
polnta ot the Columbia river. At Tenino with
atagea for Olympia,
At TACOMA with Steamers for Seattle, Olym
pia and all other pointaon Puget Bound.
On Saturday and Wednesday at 6 a. W-. with
at earn era for Port Townaend, Victoria, Naualiuo,
New Westminster and Fraser River.
Connecting with Pacific Mail Steanmhip Com
pany'a «t«au»Tb tri-monthly from Victoria to San
Franciaco,
Through fare from Portland to San Franciaco—
fabli §23 OO | Ateer*f<> 912 OO
Through Ticketa for aala at the offloe of the O
8. N. Co.. Portlaud, Or. J. W. BPRAOUȣ.
General Superintendent
H. W. FAIRWEATHER.
JunJ General Ticket Agent.
THE STATE IWESTKT
AND
INSURANCE CO.
Flro db Marine.
Cash Assets, - - $480,000.
j Principal Office. No. 409, California St-
San Franciaco,
OFFICES H:
P*n* Dohahvk, Prea't.; A. J. Rktastt, Vice-Pr.
H. CrsHixa, Secretary.
A. P. HOTALIXM, A «.. General Ag«-nta
for 3 -agon at J Waabtj fton. Portland, Oregon.
FIRST-CLASS RISKS SOLICITED
C. G. Perkins, Agent.-
I J. A. McPHEE,
Wh< :• aale and retail dealer In
(KISS. TOM, PIPES,
and
O XT T IiBRT.
■/"Call and examine my good* at Farnljan
Clark a SU re, Commercial Street. Seattle, W T
T. H. STRINBHAM,
PAINTER S
I COMRACTOR.
all kinda A
1 llou.v and Boat Painting, Gmin
ing, Paper-Hanging and
Sign Work.
Paint* for aale, read; mixed. of all k:cd« L»-
ttmatea furWahed for partiea to hate
work done
SHOP ON PAINTERS ALLEY
MISCELLANEOUS
IIP Mil
BIT THE EUREKA MBGE!
Is4.—lt is the ({nick est Baker in the market
2d.—lt is the Handsomest Han ire in use.
, 3d.—lt is the Heaviest Portable Ram?* u
i market; THEREFORE MORE I>l KAHLF*
p U I 4th.—lt hjis Larger Ovens than any other Port.
I M I able Range.
1 sth.—lt saves time and money.
16th.—It possesses many New and desirable lm
if ill l l Ttli. —It is the most Economieal Cooking App*.
i Bth.—lt does the greatest amount of Work with
J the smallest consumption of Fuel.
TirilYf ■ 9th. —It is the favorite with all Housekeeper*,
«UJL • V because it is perfect in every respect and
I excels anything of the kind ever offered fa
! this market.
10th.— A personal examination of it will eon*
vince any one that it is really the BKBT and
CHEAPEST Portable Bauge yet offered to
the public.
FOB HALE IIY
WADDEIJIJ & MILES
DEALERS IN STOVES, RANGES, IRON PIPE, BRASS GOODS, 4c
MANUFACTURERS OF TIN, COPPER AND SHEET IRON WAffl
SEATTLE, "W. T.
KENTON |
COAL COM PA M
I
Preatdent— S. A. SANDERSON.
SECRETARY— F. H. HENDERSON,
PRISCTPAL FLACK Of Business :
616, EAST STREET, SAN FRANCISCO. |
LOCATION or Work* :
BLACK RIVER. KING COUNTY, W. T.
PLIIS COMPANY IS SELLING A SUPE- i
I RIOR ARTICLE OF
COAL AT $6 PER TON,
And furnishing Stockholders coal, as per stlp
nations. at the rate of
Four Dollars per TON. |
Apply at the Office of the RENTON COAL 1
CO. ou Commercial Street. Seattle, \V. T.
C L.MITCHELL,
Manufacturer & Dealer in First Class i
HARNESS & SADDLERY
MILL £> T ., BETWEEN FIRST AND SECOND |
SEATTLE. W. T.
SADDLES,
BRIDLES,
HARNESS
And < verj thing appertaining to the Trade con '
stantly ou hand.
Carriage Trimming
DONE TO ORDER, and prompt attention giv< ■«
to all order* tor NEW WORK or REPAIRING. |
SAMUEL KENNEY,
reliant Tailor
Han Just received a new and choice
STOCK OF GOODS!
|
For Spring and Summer wear.
FASHIONABLE SUITS
|
Made to order.
I
Commercial Street, (Wattle. W.*T.
~,w
L. DILLEK, Proprietor.
(Successor to F. V. Snyder.)
MILL STREET, SEATTLE.
Coii«ttA»tly on the
CHOICEST MEATS
AND
V UQH-JT ABLES
...ALSO...
CORNED BEEF AND PORK.
SMOKED MEATS,
PORK and BOLOBNA
SAUSAOES,
HE AD-CHEESE,
T R I f» E . ETC
CAM FORM V 1101SM.
Mill Strut, 1 l).x r from First Street
Seattle.
II KIT/SIMONS, Proprietor. I
Ho>w N-ulv Furuislud and Refitted.
House kept oa the old country
t-tyi '. fable supplied with as
g<-<>d as the market affords.
Beds, 25 cts. Meal*, 25 eta. Board '
and Lodging* $6 Per Week.
iHew England
JHO'JFJK Jh I
Corner Commercial & MainSts.,
Seattle, W, T.
THE NEW ENGLANDHSU
and its accommodation* for families are unsur*
i paused.
This Ilourte is NEWLY BUILT, is HARD FIX.
1 ISHED throughout, has large and well furnished
i Rooms, and first class board, on the
European Plan,
j can be had at iuo«l< -rate price*.
IT I N THE
Best Hotel in the City.
L. C. HARMON,
| ml-tf. Proprietor.
SKAGET
(HAL COMPANY,
H. 1.. VtSI.FR. fraital
JOHN H. HALL, Secretary,
j Principal place of business, Seattle.
Washington Territory.
Locution t»f Works, Skagit Riv«*r.
Whatcom County, W. T.
I. . ~
HI «ek smiths desiring to test tuw
coal wilt plniHt' vnil their addres**
to theoffice in Seattle, W. T.
August 30th, IS7">.
NOTICE -
i DOUBLE ENGINE STEAM ,i.
Pile Driver. JfiL
SBt ATUI^'JIjI
the best appointed ever on Pngrt Sound. l» P"*
oared to build Wharves, dri*«* Fouri<lati<«» ' or
Stone or Brick liuildiu>!a; drive Pile TrwtliM
for Railroad*. and to load Yeaaela with Spar*.
Piles or Timber, and will go to any part of Pu#**
Sound. A'Mr»hs.
,11. A ATKINS.
Seattle, W. T.
N. B.— Cargoes ol Pilrs furnished at short aotiea.
i ■
PV6ET SOUND STORE MM
M. O". CAIIKEBtt
ll tbc Kent ol Srroatl Mrtrt, MJTtU
Every variety uf Cemetery Wort J 'j
Marble and ail oth.r Stone, with neatM*
dispatch. w , ..I v fV) |
Also.all kinds .f Mas ns' UuildlngMaterial »rp
for the marker**' , , lmf
Aim., « k 'M.t for the *a> «t 4'J*" ; . tU f.
All ordera promptly filled,
Seattle. October K>. 1873 9
Notice*
The drawing of thr first lirtn<l L*
teiy of Washington Territory »j> If '"J
postjKin*'l until the Ist day °f ,|D
A. D. IST".
H L. YESLEK, Manager.
Seattle, July 1.
I. ». «»• ■'"*
. OI.IM
Lodge, >'•• J'
til A every WEDNS»»
Setubrr. «( U>. unlet IM
By w4er v( Um

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