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| FRID-Y. JANUA'J 12
I BAILHOAD ACTIVITY.
K>
fie trade problem ot the N rti>
It. weak Coast is gradually comit.g t■< a
& fccm. The lines of content t r the t' i-
tW OOm m<rei d suprema y li»-t*« '■ 'lf
competing cities are hituming el< a iy
E dniW, aad a few year* -ar.il d.-ci »«• »h
--)g|l, One thing is sine, the N «tii
. «a§| must have a through milro.d • 0:1-
®ectlo»» with the Ka t Th..oapi.«h,t—f
Portland are alive to the i«-ue A •»»••• t
}»t| just been h» lI m that • i'y m
Which resolutions were p***d favini g
f "fteextension of time to the X P C<*.
g whh pr»>*isioca that the line be run on
0 **&* Oregon side of the Colamb'tt far
| M Umatilla, and that forty mdes m»ist
be laid eaatwar*? es< h y<ai !»•
' at Poitland At th • - tin- tun- me--
VII had lo«jkiriiC to a L T ui:»n P-.'alie c> :.-
* Mltion in the direct ion tit S: I» L«ke
; POftlaod is Iwginning t »
taria in the light «d a po«»i'o!e iii i! f >r
it should succeed la lint;
I way the diftitulti'-s id the 'itr. the
(Mnmhia still runs down to A.stor a
And up country cargoes when one.-
» afloat cau follow the current. I ho
lbs tit amhur shaking, the railroad i>
I-. FortlamTM rij;ht bo*er. There are.
however, coinplicHti.ig tae'ois in tla
jL H(ll*»ad question The No'tintn I'.-
r (Hg side committees probably ha\i
UiaiC own id* al plans. A' any rite -<s
railroad system ttppioaeii,- e m
plvtcness. th<; superior conui»er-
Okl facilities ot l'ui£v t Sound wll •
nil increasing prcj <»nd' rtnee
l' AJP*Wtiand journal in a recent h tdei
suggests ttiH po>sibility ot iin
iili Ltke extension fioiu the I nam
|
now under way. coming on ti
k UMi'Scund for a terminus, and «pe;»k»
progress of th'* He»ttle «n-l Wal
fefe .'-'"III Wllla road as a factor th»t will op
%' Will to produce this result.
' . Diftainly there is a rsce
*.-;>• Jf |)|| energy and bold confidence thai
!* - Itoiofearactcri/ed the citi/.eiis «.f S. at
W- 'Hi do toot fait them, the outcome may
,
ft i prove, as on s«» tuany I*C»«IIHII m tin
race is not to the -w iit. nor t lie
Mttle to the strong alone but a* l'at
ii fiek Henry said, "to tin active, the tig
Uut, the brave." We have nothing to
dlpiceatc from the entcrprisi «>t «-Uf
r. but a ln al'hy emulation will
feact mutually to tiie a lv.n.!.igo ot
ill plrtics Natural advantage, allied
to human in<lefetigahility and untiring
peraeveran. e are invim ib'c.
TELEGRAPHIC
• FROM ORRGONUII.!
CALIFORNIA.
f. Ba* K RANCtsro. Jan 10. -F s Free
t of Wooilland, Y« lo< ui.ty. at pre
| ; eat in this city. a tuore favma
I>l# proap« t t for the grain < rop than
|» most people at present are willing to
C£M*lc. who are not acquainted wi'h
the Actual condition of the interior. In
Selnno and Yolo counti<s. which itu
b"Soe the bottom lands < f the ra-
W' Uttto valley, grainfiel ls, he i»y>. will
survive another four or MX weeks
r drouth Grain sown dry in summer
Allowed lauds is at least sia inehes
i- w«* ami green. Grain sown after tin
r«UM has sprouted and promises to come
s : nut all right. It we have rain in Feb
9WTJ. and plenty of it. the crop hsr
mt«il '« likely to lie a ginnl on* lln
IMlrain* penetrated the groun.i tVotu
•p..< : • tight to ten inches
|«OS ANOBI.ES, Jan. 10 It hisl'CeU
cloudy all day and indications
* arofor rains. The liaromcter hl< fallen
•tightly since yesterday j
VALI KJO, Jan. tl.— Crops Ktwit-n j
▼•Uejo and t'oluss are looking well y> t
ud will stand two more wi eks' dr.itith
without material damage.
BAJf F»ANI ISCO. Jan 10 Arnve i
Bark Forest Queen, l'. it l.u il >«
•okr l**frkta*. P >rt tinuUi. -hij< liais
ing W tre, Ttcourn, l'k Auni«>. .
%. Ml Fowb*U»i», r >rt ti*Ui?.U l CiMi
f off the «Ks an. Sr itM« »tr V». •
*or«n.
4
I HN »nri>
NK*' \oKK, J»n. It; the r«>ceiit
.W.l M*y tt > V\ t!i
twmM «ir«r tbi fthi'-tthicr !■ i-u 11,,
•MmhU were tn-n r» ■ i i - if. otl ♦ r
tb*n Now Y*k Hit <t' vjl
fttOfahly <w».l f. r K-t } i fn-nt rr or
ftt Wt* si* Nitsmiay. M*v hi* g'i t t
W**hia*tt n »>tlt hi- t"»UM>iv v ! \\ii.
VNMiu tVr» uutil hi* wound 1 *.*
* JftpftmU arrive! thi* m ruin*; %«>,! \\« *
•iMMta hi* Irnui*. M*y'*
tuk dwyrnm, and ho «u able tJfcP*
fe ' I mi v«U jfer,
■iSSSi r
a!-:. t»d recciviug a d:spatch froii
th- ir h y *tai«ng that he was » ightlv
w i<l l>ey rd that the.r vouchsafed
n > isf ruation.
Gut EX HIVEK. Wy , Jan. 10.
1., v-'i :.ii'K r« < t:n i into Camp Brown
oat' e t' r i f r -applies, from the h-a 1
of Woid TiV'-r. and all bring coarse
£ i «.<th th :u They rep rt about 30
in nin the digging* w. rk.ng with
i;<k»rs ;;i d making $lO j»r iJay and
op# ur Is. «»ne man named Waison*
} t d a nugget w»-igbiag The
partt f fyirt n > s.iow on the route and
\t-t \ !i <i • in the camp. Ttiey will
re? .rn with about 10 men who join
t. in from Lander city, in Wind riv< r
-y. and *ho feel jubilant ovor the
i -'ii-t overy. AS t iey have lieeu wait
l g r r the purpose of going into that
to :i'ry early in the spring The d;s
!a> re is «b -ut miles from ( amp
Br wn.
W \»:u voToN, Jan. 10—The Trtft'tnt *
Wo ii ig'on sj»eeial s»ys Five tbou
—:t» 1 «:a >d* of arms has ju-t hewn re
c iv. d it the W:i»hiiigt >n arsenal, and
it reported an increased amount of
oiippiiea will al«e 1»« getn»red bore*
This it f>elieve 1 to be pirt of the pre
«tion ref.-rred to by the President,
in hi* interview published this uioru
iig t*»r trie protection of public pro
p-rty in ihe Dittrict of Columbia and
t t:e pi enervation of jieuce.
Mo't »i» expie-ted the ojiinion to-day
th»t the I>e ux:r.»tic meetings held in
thiHcity ti 4 d the West were for the
! |«urpo«f ot aria'-gitig a large gatheiii g
'iu Washington at ahout the time
the elect oia I vote is counted to
..\ t ii»we the con-iituted authorities in
the exercise- of their duties, lie au
nouneeit hi> intention of peeing v«hether
■*ieiie me ans cannot be devised for pro
vidii g any threatening de
tuoiittr ttiuns Many cf ttie more con
-e vailve Ueimxrats have said the
uiecMii.« yesterday were iil-tiiu d, and
cilcultte Ito prejudice their csuse in
•he estimation of people. Tiiey re-
t esihcially some of the indis re< t
utter imes of their more excitable
or itors
Ihe silver payments fr m the tr«a
-ury fr<>iu April 20, 1816. to the oth
ll. st were 91">.
NI.W YOKK. Jan. 10. —The Ttmtn
VVasiuugMiu correspondent urgut ■; elab
ra'ely to show that the recent rapid
nv in -liver is ttuijxirary. and that it
■tiii f. |l auaiu within a few months,
l»nt n-t t<itne reeent panic prices.
CniCAt.ti, Ja i. B>. —lt is understood
i hat resolutions will be adopted by the
Pennsylvania legislature in a few day?,
i tking grounds that Congress can not
_o U hind tin* cettificates of election,
xcept in case of manifest frauds ou
iheir face. It is believed similar re>o
lutions will IRI sent to Congress from
the Legislatures of all States now cou
itilled by liepublicans, iucluding New
V« ik and Indiana.
Fine sleighing in this city since
I hanksgiving Day, and to-night more
n w is talliiig
W ASHING loN. Jan 10.—'Wigginton
made an ctruest argument 1 >ef<>re the
!to ise I'acific Railroad Coiuuuttew to
day, advocating the prej>ot»itioti that
the Southern Pacific company be corn
pulhd to build a direct line from San
l)i« jr t » to Yuma, the committee, how
i vr, adopted tie saib-eoiamittce's rec
ommendation providing only for a line
from San IJernardino through, with the
in.in iimnt requiring immediate pros
ci utiiui of the work froiu both ends.
New YORK. Jan. 10. —The Tinu'»
sp<ci»l from Maydell. Maryland, gives
the fallowing account by an eye-wit
ness of the Bennett-May duel. A
f.irnu t who witnessed the arrival of the
i duelling party, say- The gentlemen
walked leisurely until they reached a
stone supposed to ui.uk the boundary
•; Inn- I>ctweeii the two State* snd then
■ stopjtd Two gentlemen stefped apart
from the remaining company, and
walked about l'i or 2<t paces, when
they suddenly halted, and turning
about, oue ot them returned to the
j party. In a f»-w seconds two others of
j the party were seen to lay otf their
jot. rati, and take up position. The
j second# proceeded each to load a pistol
standing near one another. This was
succeeded by a short parley bfctweru
the gentlemen, after whieh they walked
to their principals and hurded over
the j i»tols. Again withdrawing, one ot
them called out, are you ready r and
lustaiitly » rej>ort sharp an l quick rang j
out. This *»« repeated twice. After !
the shuts neither of the prin
cipals moved from their positions for
as much as a minute e«r two, and there
-i-enied to l»e a consultation w hl« h j
listed light or ten minutes, at the con
clusion ii which the entire party lift'
th * groun 1. Neither of tic m aopeared I
t • < much hiirt. for tm h walked with-j
0 i? any a«- st«nee.
aUROFE.
I.oM'ON, Jan 11 —A| Belgrade dis
}ateh to the «avs: lien. Xican
tini' a'd *tart b'tt He.gride by steamer
yesterday morning H»> has possibly
g m to th< 1 i*:>r I>atitilH* ia connec
tion uith soiut? uue\j*ctel movement
'* »rtv all the ftnwien Aoor*
and »•. I Ji.-rs 1, ft S-rvta. M Ma I
rio » < h i* « \(~cvtfd to return fr. ni St
IVtersbwrg Friday. It is confidently
asv rU l t iat he will t'orna a catiuet
with the avowed inUntion of negotia
ting j**-- A "trv»ng J>arty fi*ors this
1 lea
Tae Standard $ dispatch from lie!-
giaic rthat Serrt* co&tmoet t thc ]
1
work ot irtui' g. The first-eia-s of re
serve has been ca : l--l t-i.it and will be
•tatiooed a* Giadova a* 1 Negotin.
Kuw. hts jurchsi«*d rifles
fur s< rvice. Gen has sent
adjutants to Ilad and
Negotiu to prepare i'l- : r tbe inarch
of the Ku- ;aii a:nv.
v Vieana correspondent of the 7V*<>
considers that t—dij'« ineeti*>g tf the
conference w ill b- * great sre;> in a 1
vance The pcstpon.-mei tof th- meet
ing from WYdiic- i*v to fii ursday ■ a!»o
shows plan iy that !!••■ Fur'-;- a-c pit
paring fire ai promise K* poit is th.t
the Tvaks wi.l prop >se iL.it the Powers
rehr.qni-h the demand t r specitl rt
torm- in Bosnia. Herzegovina an 1 Bul
garia, in return t* >r waicii concession of
the Porte would alio* an iiiteruational
commission to superintend the hontst
e\ecution uf the Con.-ti'ution in the
provinces. There can he hat little
doubt that the Turk- see the tuu • fur
yielding h»s come.
|For the Jntciligtncer.]
THE DIFFEBENCE.
In this morning's I.viLI.LiuEXcEK I
tind an item from the Troy (N. Y
Time*, headed "A Spirit That Failed to
Appear."
Now for a different result happening
in iny ca*>: Iu the winter of ltfoti I at
tended a number of spiritual seances
iu company with a friend One even
ing as we were rt turning from a seance
which had b« on rather of "a stunner,"
and over which uiy fnen l ha-1 become
somewhat excite I. lie -a: 1 to me "
it I die tir»t I wnl return t» you the
tirat chance 1 get Hiiii i<i;i >o y-u -will
know tbtit it i* llitzt-n (tut tint was his
name), if you -lie tii-t will yu do
tlies*ine to me?" "v ert*i..|y 1 will, if
it i> possible I, »r HI.- to do MI," I H'tit).
My fri«-i d dud, the following Smt
u.Ci ■ My uffitlicee (who attriwaids Lk.* -
C4iue tiiid i-> now luv witi) and myself
M»t uj» asw ♦teller*' at i We wei'e
Mtting near tlied-to; it adu g ii.to the
dunng-rooui, busily •i j; »^ r ' «i in con ver
"Attoil, when nil of >♦ >u<ld< ii three
heavy r*ps c*ine on tne «lour. I -it oi.ee
rose a;iil opened the door, Mt.d no per
son w&* vi»lb e. 1 cl>)»ed the do >r,
and the rtps c.nie «giln,':u d with
til ui the thought tint it wa-« my friend
with hi- piomi-e 1 »>k- d mentally,
tor 1 knew my Mttit.c e w»> utinid of
rtpirii!*). "UftZeii, u this you ?" Three
diHtinct IK|IH came ns U-f»re, uueuiung
yes.) "Will your luotl ei uruvc or.
the nine o'clock train tins evening *"
(-lie had telegraphed ih.it file would he
oil the tram to nrrive at that hour.)
One loud r«p cauie, (meaning no)
"Will "die arrive oil the tw- lve o'clock
trim r" Ttifir 1 »ud raps came.
"Does she feel very bad r" Sever*!
lively r*p* came, nn-i my alii n.cee
sprung to her feet und sail, ' what oil
earth is thnt f" I answered that I was
mentally questioning II <z n, and he
answering She declined to *cuy longer
iu the house unless I stopped, and thus
ende»l our communication.
As you have many suoscril>ers to the
INTKI.I.H»EN( KH who are spiritualists,
no doubt, my side of this question will
he interesting to tin 111, if you sec fit to
publish it. They a* readily understand
<rhy th»> "spirit in the Tino* <1 I<l not ap
pear," as the telegraph operator under
stand* why he cannot get :i message
when the wires are se\ered.
A Sriw ltini. .
SKAHI.K, Jan. 11. 1^77.
MIBCELLANKOIS.
Police*
\ BPECIAI. MKKTINt. Of IUK OofNTY
cutintj will !*■ heM
ou ThiinnU). Ft-brtury l.">. K7. ntuUi. li time.
|>rop< *»!« »i l !.»• r.>. i iv< .1 for kwi>in« th.*
iudigent nut ui the ct>untj for ouc v< ar i torn tin
-Ist nf Kflmwrv n«**t s»M proposal* t« infinite
tfc>«rd, care, lodging*. »u<t medial »u.t ourgict!
•ttflltUnre
B> order of tu»- H-I»*J
JTF w NKI.MI.N MiOOLLOM, \mlitor.
Wanted*
i
\I>WF.LI.INii OF or 7 ROOM*. Sot TH OF
Pike and We«t .if Fui.rtj ►tri. t
Apply st thin offl. p.
. _
SEATTLE
CI6AR MANUFACTORY
«v
Wand Yung. Co..
Ftrst ftir»»et. bftwn u MiH and W«>.:-iinirton.
Cigars $25 to $125 per 31.
AT
f
Wholesale ami Hot a it.
W» k*vi ttf l<*»t M»k» r» frr iu >*: Km
CISCO and nfii .'5 |»r ent. Cheaj • r th*:. the
lir*!ul» o»c l* parvba*<« at m ti.it city.
Cs2! and riauiiuv our al** k. J4-1*
itoAKiii\ii mm.
J AS. It. Mr ill.ltOY
Tak''» p.«MN !•! HBDtU • I. -J . le UlSt
fc* fr»; ar» I i x 'i.e via?! tin *«• wishing
FIRST-CLASS BOARDING.
TKRMS Eiunlics a Liaising, it>p;r wsrk
COtxxau sjtT Sacase 4*R> THO©
jli-U-U
MISCELLANEOUS.
SEATTLE NJRSF.RY
U .ie east from Ye?ler*s Wharf o I
the road to Like Washington.
Bow's Stage runs past the NV.r
«urv twice a day.
I i
Fruit Trees,
SHRUBBERY.
AND
HERBACEOUS PUNTS 1
)
An.l several choice
VAMKTIGS OF PEACHES
That are adapted to this climate and rij en tarly
C. W. LA WTO N. Proprietor.
THE SEATTLE
HOSPITAL
CONDUCTED BY
(i. A. WEED, M. D.,
CO MMERCIAJ, ST., BET. MAIN A JACKSON,
Soattlo, "W. T,
T . tin Si. k who have no homes, and '
net <i < o.i.i.'i i rooms, good nursing!
and -Ulllul Medical or Surgical treat
nn*nt Tit moderate prices, this Hospital ;
offers inducements superior to any oth.-r
institution of the kind north of San
Francisco. Apply either iu per sou or
I»V lett*r to
\ii.« (}. A. WEED. M.D.
SKAGET
COAL MMI,;
11. L VKSLMR. President
JOIIX H. HALL, Secretary,
Principal place of business, Seattle, :
Washington Territory.
Location of Works, Sk«git River •
Whatcom 'Vunty, W. T.
Blacksmiths desiring to test this
coal will pletse send their addresses
to theoffioe in Seattle, W. T.
August 30th, 1875.
PHOTOGRAPHY!!
FULLARD & M'CLARE,
I Two of the most experienced and effi
cient Artists and Photographers this
side of San Francisco, have just takes
charge of the extensive Photographic
Establishment founded by Mr. (ico. R.
Moore, and known as the
Pionoor Q-ollory
located on the corner of Commercial and
Washington streets, where they are pre
pared to take orders for Photographing
n all its branches.
SATISFAi TIQN G UAIIA STBEB.
Foi
The undersized ha* on band a
Cargo of Spars
of s :: >r) r ».*:»»lity, (from
I
13 to 49 Inches in Partners.
Will *• ii tround ir teiN, to cult pur
chaser*.
For further j>artl< a tar* ei <julre of
Amos Brown,
Olyropia. Thurst-n Co.. W. T.
Noveml«er 24 th, 1*76. nJtttf
\otico to TaxPavors!

Ail Taxes Jue Kins County for the year l*7r.
and pievlctie, Dot paid before the 3Ut day of th<-
I'Tifctiit month. wit] tie returned delinquent, lu
l Pr • 'tit id'M thereto. end placet! in the hands
of the Sheriff far collection.
OKU. P. HTLL,
Treasurer Kinir ("Vtir.tT
battle. W. T . Pec. »tb. 1*76. dlljd
ROOMS TO REM.
Gentlemen .Wirum peasant Lodging Hootue
In a private rmMotirf, n»-ar the buaiu<*a part <-f
the city, can •„ btain th»m .by applying at thi* of.
flr * ' niTtf
VICK'S
ILLUSTRATED PRICE CATALO3UE
Ftfty r •*'<"* —Su> lilnatratiot, with Petnrip j
t; n* of thouaaada of the but Flower* an t \
i tabic* IC the world, an 1 the way t«> gr>.w thruj—
all f.raTwo C*jrr postage stamp Print«d in'
<»rrri;»!j and English.
I lets'* floral tiulde vu«lt!t. cent,
a y*ar
%4cl»*« I'lener and VegetaUe «ar
««•!». si. i eiite in paper; In e)eg«nt cl< Ut covrn
• l ««. AilUrne. J A MLS VICE, ' I
jtO-lw-jsr Rochester N V
NORTON HOUSE.
Post Street, Above Kearneyj
SAN Fil AN CISCO.
W. G. GRAHAV, Proprietor,
Formerly of the Big Treee. Calaveras County
Pacific Congreee Springs, Santa Clara
s Qxktti aadUt* ot VIMdU, <M. k«4 B
Midi'ELL A N I'OLf
J. I;. VOICE,
PRACTICAL
WOOD TINE
A i
j
D. M. Crane's Shop, uutltr Colrmac's Mill.
Patterns
Made to Order an! all kinds of
I j
food Timiii Eiecotei at Short
Notice.
*
PUGET SOUND AGFNCY
OF THE
Celebrated Singer Sewim Machine
L. S. LOVKLL, Asent.
Office and Depot at 1.. .la »:e~ - •
Stationery >tore Mi I -M.eet
* #yMachlucs Sold o» Von'uU ill i.< ntf
Note or Liberal Discount for Ot*li
Also Sole Proprietor for Westeri W -< n<t;t.>u
of the Celebrated C<*iubiued
I
Plaiting and Fluting Machine,
One of the greatest Inventions of Ue day. "Even
family must hsvo "tie."
For particulars a.Ulr<->s
L. S. Lovell.
o27tf Seattle, W. T.
PRINTING!«
]
,
All kituls of gen
eral book ami j<>!>
printing e\eeute»l
in ti.o 1 itt»t si vie
j of the nit. All
orders receive im
inediilte attention
Try us. 11. M.
SaUNDEUs, pro
prietor
TRIBUNE JOB PRINTING OFFICE.
f NEW BOUT and JHOE STORE
Buckingham \ 11 cell Is'
CELEBRATED COOTS.
FI LL LINE Of
Ladies', Gents'
!
and Children's
Fine Shoes.
NO AUCTION GOODS.
i
: Kant.Tii si.il n.ako cormtaiitly .1:1 lua I.
ELLIOTT M. BEST & CO.,
Fine llnnd-Scwnl Custom Work
for Ladies iiml (jcnts, :mil
Stosra Boots for .Men.
If uny «»f <mr \V urra'ite 1 < J<><»!•» tc.it
'•rcak- we givo another j air
in 11icir place.
Kepiiritis Dour Nraily and Froin^!!)
Coinmerci il Street, .V :ir AIi!!.
|
W. IT. SllolDV,
f
UK.VI KR IN
PAINTS, OILS,
! VARNISH, (JLASS,
! PUT TV, &U.
I Paint* r»»dy mixed in c.il..r atul quant !t:e* to
j .ult Just wrtvinl, tbc iar e*t 5;. l !">( aw .1
j lumt ot
jWALL PAPEII
inth« «Hf. an t w;ll s. J] .it r<d .! r tr- r. i!y
, trlmmetl.
RUBBER PAINT.
; I will £nar.nt< r the 1< it.}* rPa Jut. all other
i ctrvun.«taii< i.. rqual, t . -w-r in p . irfiw#,
, i*r i-coat « .tk. tj.an the Atlantic L a<i
I an.l Liuw- l Oil, ai: I T ritj ]* r .ut : t:.*;;
j theAv»rlll iTliftui al I'ali.t. ai, i that it v.,11 ! .-t
I twice a. lan,' *» • ith- r, wht u iir .« rlj a:-i I
• ithuut
i Painting, KnK >i»u int» mil l' i;,.-r
- ihi sli :t u-•:
i Seattle, Julr 2 V
For Kale*
Two llan<is me I w*> -r >rv
Dwelling Houses
; An t Lots, all h trd luiislj, l»uiit hv t!»i
i day, at th*- c ru<T of Third and I'ike
fetrei-!?. A!*o Fourt»'t'U Loti in La\v'.«
Addition, aiid Three Lots in Moss
Apply to
THUS. J. JACKbCOi.
MISCELLANEOUS.
MOW OPEi\
THE AB
Dpj Go<hl§ 9
Fancy (jJowln,
Hosiery,
Gloves, &€.
Ladies ant! (•cuts' Fnrnisliiu» Goods, Clothing.
Hats, Caps, Trunks, Valises, &o« dec,
Oiir l ull H complete in evtry particular. an 1 tviuprierit the (inert sad a>.»rt fat>hiouU*
c .if in the n.&riit t-. Mei/aU*pt ial a»tentn>ti to iur Clothing lVpartnit-nt, ttnbN r I><HH!B and I'm.
br lias.
M IIITH Mil I HTM A SPEC IALTY.
BOYD, POMN & YOUNG.
S. BAXTER & CO.
IMPORTERS I\ it COMMISSION MWRITS,
And Deal- rs in
roiilUGN & DOMESTIC WINES,
LIQUORS & CIGARS.
AGENTS FOR
J. H. Cutter Whiskies,
White House Whiskey,
Universal Whiskey.
A 1 ull assortment <-t \\ iiu*g«, Liijuor.s aud Conli; 1; always on band and
tor s;i!r at l«»\v rat* >. Wo rail special attention to our Extensive StiK'k of
C? ■ *rn JL mm m 9
FOR SALE AT

H A X F It A X C I « C O PRICKS.
I U« >NT STIIFKT. SKATTLK. W. T.
j9-dw-tf
L P. SMITH & SON,
Watcluiftaker§
& Jewelers,
nßj,y< tin! jr buui'iiiK t'to tli<> of Seattle and vicinity that tlicy nr«* r<>tu*taiit!y rectlTinf
large additiuDM to tbeir droirable «t<K-k of
II,ITCHES, CLOCKS. JEWELRV, SIMM,
A:c., Snitiilile for flip Holiday Trade.
\>< ir;\itt a t'ltrcfu! timi «t our good* and prior*. and we confide utly HMmrr our ciiatotnenUut
v • niski it h ;».int to (le*.'r\ <• their cnstoni.
Hood* wnt to Miy part of tho Bound by cxpri-Mt, to tlie order of r«*»pot»#ibie parties.
All kinds ot Jobbing and Repairing in our line promptly
a.id satisfactorily* done.
V. t nre a way* at bom*' and X4?r<l to b» t- imr friend*.
L. P. BMITII & SON,
' fit-' lirtirrrii.
I'KO.XT STRKKT. - - . Seattle, VV. T.
I 7
Wuxlhoff & Wald,
rn i. •
SS I S - ■ ... ; »^
i 5 > ■ ■ vv"O i !h ! >?
|J§ |? ( - Igjf
* 1 w -01
■-«• 2ta «si £+* a "H■ Sft «• r«*»
GREAT ATTRACTION
AT
John Sullivan'**
k<-o«'iv«-tl tiirwt from N'ew «»rU itn iiumi uv St<>< kof
TOYS AND FANCY GOODS
TJ 'nr./ -t in '!.• • iH. wlii.-Ji I »n an! v ili. m! 1 i bra[»r than anyother li"um- iu (■Uattle. Call
• t!»e !»<'i»-- aii I lj<.y» and tftrU. Un baud a* u«ual a ttue aa*ortiu«-ut of
Candies, Nuts, Dates, Figs, Pop-Corn*
Maple Sugar, &c«, &c.
i JOHN SULLIVAN, - - Commercial Street, Seattle.

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