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DiILV IMELLICEXIER.
Wednesday. June 13. 1877.
Or* ON Tin."R*l>AY. —Tn' earner
LiM-r will b=r Uunrhed f ■m Ham
mond's way» on » ui.r- . y l> aft--r
rectiviog a th rough repairing. Ihe
following itnount of work will have
b-> n oomniHed on her y that time
M» Liaery thoro <hiy ov rbaub-d, cy!-
in lert lored « u? and new piston- con
structed, n»-w wrought iron *ba»i, }»•:!-
er taorougly overhaul- 1 a: li. w con
densers put in* She will also receive a
et of new w heels, constructed on »n
improve! plan, and a compl v r< paint
ing throughout She has b< -en ref*-t
--ened all ever, and her bottom, for the
mo-t part, replanked, and covered with
a beavv coat of copper paint ll' r
stateroom* and cabin liarc been finely
fitted up. and th* f -rmer provided with
patent spring mattresses. Sh. w ; .l
leave here on Monday next for Bei
liogbam Bay; and on account of the
f'ipccU'i opposition from thf Ztplijr,
Capt. Brit tain ha* reduced the fare to
oo« dollar.
A LAROF. OAT FiKtr>.—Mr. Alv-ird,
of White river, we .*re informed has
just put eighty ,»< res into oats this sea
•on. The land compoamg this wten
sive oat field ha« mostly been cleared
from tbeoiiginil primeval forest since
last Winter, rnd in preparing it and
putting in the crnp Mr. A Word has
kept a crew of twenty six men, prin
cipally Indian* and Chinamen, at w-<rk
all the seaso®. He expects to harvest
in the aggregate seventy five bushels
of oats *o the acr* —G.C<tf> bushels
which at the present j -bbiug rates of
Ho cents per bu*hel would amount to
$5,100. A pretty good profit tbn, from
eighty acres of land Who in the fac<-
of such facts can claim that farming
when properly carried on don't pay
here.
KOUMJ.—Th« l«tdy of Knbert Gray,
who fell from the trestle work of the
8 & W W. K. It. into tbe bay and was
drowned en th« evening of tbe stb
inst, was pieke<l up yesterday morning
i'ust inside of Lean's Point, at Port
llakely harbor An inquest was held
at Blake'.y, and the remains wrre
brought over hero y«ster>l iv afternoon
for interment. They were very much
decomposed, au l were burial imine li
ately after rra<hing here. The «h>«
which was picked up the day after he
was drowned at 1 >w tide, near the edge
of tha < banned, proves to have Ix-en his,
as bi> left shoe was miming. It is in
ferred by tins that ho fell into the chan
nel and was csrried straight out ; ito
the Sound by the strong current
AT ir AOAIV. —The Messenger and
Otter have apparently "lucked horns"
agaiu, an l resumed their former com
petition on the Olympia route The
captain of the Otter kept his boat at
Olympia until yesterday morning i«>
stead of coniingdown on Monday uight
as heretofore, in order to start «>ut with
the McMwnger again, and put tho fare
down to 50 cents, while the captain of
the Messenger, discovering bis purpose,
determined to lay bis leuit over until
today, and start out alone. Tim Otter,
however, will lay over here uutil Wed
nesday mor.ting so a< to t*ko a fiesh
start with the Messenger.
LjT The Seatt !e Conl Company com
menced running c«>al yesterday
morning, mi lat * rat» that wilt enable
theiu tu get the sbip Wi'M«rn Shore off
in a short time. The piles have been
contract ni for— or rather n.j t> be this
morning, for the construction oi the
temperarv wharf, and work wilt b
cntiimenc on it at once. It i» no*
calculated thai the breaking down of
the bunkers will but slightly affect t!i ; r
coal shipment.
ItKAI. Karaite Ihe followiug real
estate l ave been made sine#
our la*t report:
A Mackintosh t > John W. Fox, lot
4 in block 20, lle'.l and Denny's ad>U
tion, ti73.
Kinura 1. Stone and husband to G
M H>wroan, 13 acres in section IS. town
ship 2-V range 4 east, ♦ .1.000.
11. Welts to Mary Olscn, halt* of lot
3, iu block 4'.), Maynard's plat, #IOO
lIEPJIKiNo." A survey was hel 1 on
the ship Washington l.ibby y< sterday
by Captuus Windsor. Pontield and
shipbuilder Hammond The <1 image
was found to l>e serior. Mr. 11 im
mond, under *!»o»e supervision the i«-
pairs are to l>e made, inform* us (hat *i e
can probably be put in as go.*! condi
tion as before the accident, for f-»,0OO
Work was commenced y«*t« rday aft r
noon. She is lying at Yealer's wharf
California l)rao>«ti«- Com
pany are adfam** I to appear in Port
laud on Ibe evening of the >th in*t , in
the ''Tour of the World in $0 days •
As most of tbs se companies find their
way to Seattle aft« r visiting Pi rtl.t 1.
we may expect to hav< ;» pres* , ntiitio:i
of the f.unous play m this ei:y
STK\WRRHHY Kk-T.V\! The idle*
of the llapti*t t hu e'u will jjive \ t< s
tival iu Y<si r's Ha 1 ! t i >rr-*«-
berries au 1 cream, cotlce, rt .<t *iil
hi serv d, an 1 a time f < > >
msy la» expect "d. \ ! 1 are tunt I
pr The steamer I • .4»e U*tt h' re yes
terday with a tiill i> aa of suj pVs t- r
Swan Anvlerson's logfinf camp ai P- rt
AfrtwM She will bring over f: n>
there this tuoining a Urge boei.t ef" ,
f <r Coltna'. 's mill.
ur Four Vsi p.rcc Indian prca r
arrivevl here on the (>tter yenter Uy '»
att*nd the Pr »;>>tc > *o < nven» m thi<
city to-day
* f* m Wa Cli >ng, the ijrc.it * of a";
t • Cbituim :i ot tM" \\ \ Cbo m
pany here, has t»« »,h" at the Viiiit
I.
LIT■ apt \ n J»ik-tvi i or »<1 usiist
evenins, that t l -- Cam<r t\ter *t'l
have this morna* So"cl« -k shsr t * on
her return trip to Oiympi.«
AN XHER ARRIVAL FK V YAKIMV.
—S mo t;m>- ago a Mr. Bridge and
three other gentlemen from tlie East.
r- by --"ripv - .nd men of some
tn'-aus, arrived in ths- city and started
out on i tour of inspection a'-jut the
Sound with a Tie* «4 selecting a suita
ble location to settle down. After
spending some time and investigating
pretty thoroughly, they returned very
m:i< h i'»-ati»fk i with the country, ar.d
'tale ! that after visiting various por
tion* of California. Oregon and this
Tr iltory, they hid decided that the
whole I'." :ific coast country had been
over rated and offered n i such induce
iui.uU to the husbandman, all things
cori-i if n-1, as the Eastern States Th-y
decide-), however, to pay a visit to the
Yakima country before leaving, and
have just re;urne 1. Thev report it one
of the finest and most promising sections
of the Pacific coast country that they
IIAV« vUitefl, and speak in the highest
terms of the people there, who received
them most hospitably. The valiey.
they -av. i-, settling up with wonderful
rrpidity. and the crops are looking
beautitu'. They were so much taken
up with the country that they have
determined to get their families there
as soon as possible and settle dawn per
manently. They say that just preri
ous to their leaving some exciting news
of rich discoveries came in from the
mines, and some rich apecimens of sil
ver ore were brought in. The gold
bearing quart r is now averaging $35 per
ton.
fIi!» Wlll..—Tht* will of tbe late
Arthur Phinnev, of Tort Ludlow, was
filed in the offic*. of tlie Probate Court
of Jeff- raon county on Monday of this
week. Geo. \V. Hani* and Oliver F. i
Ornish arc naimdin it as bii executors,
and are given five years within which
to wind up bis affairs, aud in the mean
time are authorized to conduct the bus- t
mess at Ludlow as heretofore, and coiu
plete tbe building of the new mill. At
the expiration of the five years they are
to sell the property and divide the pro
ceeds equally between tbe brothers and .
sisters of the testator. Among those
who were remetuliered by the deceased |
ami provided for in his will, besides
tbe relatives above mentioned, were
several itsidents of Port Ludlow, who
are to be jxtid by the executors sums
ranging from SSOO to SI,OOO each In
addition to these bequests, be wills a
Ih r«;<- amount of valuable mining stock
11 the .t'evsda mines to Qeo. W. Har
n- t to !»<j used by him for charitable
purposes wholly in this Territory, to
tbe wife and mfant child of Mr. liar- j
ris, the sum of $5,000: and to Captain
Francis K. liurns. of tbe bark Fon at
Queen, a one-fourth interest in tl'fct
vessel As yet no appraisement has
Iteeii made of the property ot the de |
ceased, tbe inventory not being com
pleted, but it is estimated that the es
tate will amount to somewhere between
$ 1 >IO,OOO and $140,000. Messers. Mc-
Naught A l*eary have I> >Oll retained t>y
tho executors.
So Mi Ot r —Mr. Dollarhide has sold
Ins photograph gallery to its former
Mr. George Moore, now of
Oakland, t'al M-. Moore will take
possession of tha gallery in two weeks
time, pending which Mr. Dollarhide
wll r<nt»iu iu charge. He is unques
tionably one ot* the most skilled photo
grapher* that has ever oj« rated iu this
city. His work is noted fur high art
istic finish, clearness and tiutbfulness
in subject Those w?»o wish to avail
themselves of tbe advantage wf his
skill should do so at one?.
* t?~ Jack Levy received a letter
from Captain Burton, iu charge of the
I*. S Arsenal at Port Towusend, last
evening, stating that he would l»e un
aide to furnish the Seattle rifle team
with" ammunition for tbc coming Fourth
of July lnteruHtional Kii!<* Match to
take place in this <ity. He, however,
recommended Mr. Levy to apply to Ma
jor Kress, of Fort Vancouver, and gave
it as his opinion that be would have no
difficulty in procuring it there
It is stated by the Portland
Pt'Oal'ii< ! that ikb quarts discoveries
have been made at Colville, in this
Territory It says ''Parties inteiested,
in this city, have received some l>eauti
ful specimens that sho*v uative silver
in abundance- Mr Jos. Oppenheimer,
who is ccgnixant of the particulars,
will leave to investigate and ascertain
the correctness of the information in a
tew days."
frvtm the captain of the steamer <«rap
pbr, which arrivtd there on the 3rd
in«t from Cassiar. that the miners up
tu the time ehe left had t>een unable to
work on 1 Vase and Thibart creeks on
account of the Tery hif;h weter. Sugar
» >s *elling on tUe i reek at »0 ceuts per
l>ound , flour 22 cents, and bacon for
4.) cents, and other provisions in pro
porti.Mi
Hei p Ihu AuNti.-Mr. T. K. Mc
-I>. mid. tbegentleinauly l>ookcanva s> r,
who b.is b«fen »topping u> this city for
the j ;*»t week, kit for Port Madison
v. sterday. where he *topa a few daya
H has the agency Ira >{rmt variety
>fti.,l..i,t works, and wtfti all. is com
pa: : .\« ' v a helpless cripple, an.l a meat
1 - nj? {* rson.
lahij; A Hyatt
>. ak< iuit the ith«rday \*«th 3,300
h< .i • f rail f. »?* it g Ka*t The cattle
U- 4'.: in K.4-t< rn Oregon and
W i»ii r'i.t.i: , <*". i will tw .iriron t > Ne
l .»ka, and I lrom them ty rail to
1 ; i. i^o>.
l«T I'liw < >tt. > Hr ijfht in thirty jww
«fi\»er* ye-ter i*y frmn up th« S«acH,
1 »r> t ! i** trip vl vtn uwvni L>v*tor
Wiiimm'f Urntly from Olvmpia •«» the
A«\ 1 ,ii:i at **t »Ut <* n.
r tuarkrt i« nou abundantly
> • ; ! ,#<d vuh »lra* berrua and rberrw*
an ' the pru<*> arv- tU>ut as lo« a» t:> y
r«> .•'*•!» • t s* *i .iStHi
Lr** Am tlur Indian t loowely o»
\ ettwday, *nd was wot up in
the Police Cotut at t*»e tnne ot %•'» and
CW Mr. George Smith, the Yakima
Cittle drover, will be here again about
the iotb irst., with a pack train of 20
burses. Th *e wishing to cross over
aboot that time, will have a tine oppor
tunity to do so. He will return again
a!y>at the 29th m
LV The funeral of Thomas Mc-
Dwnald, the veteran Mason eouuty log
ger. vvms very largely attended at O'.ym- j
pia yeater by bv hi* numerous frienda j
and acquaintances at that place.
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
NEW EX6LASD HOTEX.. . I
Joaeph Quinn, James Cunningham.
Boise City: 1) McDonald, Seattle Mine.
Frank Eagin, George Turnbull. City;
Frank Doran, Newcastle; Wm Clance,
New Tacoma; Andrew Lynch, Warren
Smith. Snohomish; Mathew Murph*-y, '
Talbot; John Gillis, White River; Jno
Sullivan, Duwauush; Patrick Dunning,
Peter Emerson, Thomas White, Fred
McHugh, Olympia; John Harper, Geo
Fletcher, Victoria; Michael Donovan,
Mass, John Hall, If R Gearney, Oregon;
Dr. Braun, M A Bacon. G Tullea, Port
land; H P Dunning and wife, Canada;
Wm Itodgers, James Lang, San Fran
cisco; Capt Comstock, John Miles, Port
Madison; Capt Nugent Port Blakely;
John Smith, Tacoma.
A V ERICAS BOUSE.
J H Pike, Maine; Miss Ida Borst,
Olympia; W Kelton, Port Gamble; T
H Clancy, City; W Smith, Port
Blakely. A Hlirltert, Puyallup; B Gil
man, Salem; F G Tuttle, Bensonville;
J Martin, A Sutton, C Sweeney, Ta
coma; I) Hawley, Sacramento; J G Mc-
Gregory, Newcastle; E Morse, Snoho
mish: Rev J R Thompson. Olympia;
Rev A Sawver. M W Williams, Idaho; i
A M Hess. W H Hess. Sao Jose, Cal.; J
Bishop, Oregon; W Crow, E Newman. ;
Tacoma; A McCrae, Str. Mastio, E
Kelly, City; G F Robinson, Port Town
send; W Cork, Olympia; J Peth, A j
Quade, M Logan, R Wiley. G Pedol, N 1
Anderson, J Cristiu9on, Portland.
Murder will Out.
A few years ago "August Flower'' ;
was discovered to be a certain cure for
Dyspepsia and Liver complaint. A few j
thin Dyspeptic** made known to their j
friends how easily and quickly they had
been cured by its use. The great mer
its of GRFSN'S AUGUST FLOWER became I
teralded ttrough the country by oue
• jfferer to at othar, until, without ad- ■
vertisirifc, its sale has beoome immense.
Dru"<sist« in EVERY TOWN in the j
United States are selling it. No per j
son suffering from Sour Stomach, Sick
Headache, Costiveness, palpitation of
the Heart, indigestion, low spirits, etc., :
can take three doses without relief, j
Go to your Druggist and get a bottle
for 75 cents and try it. Sample bottles
10 cents. Crane Bringham, Agents,
San Francisco.
lIKMMtU'kS «k CuuTis are consider
ing the hard times; there'ore they, in
order te do justice to all, intend to do
plumbing, steam and gas fitting at the
very lowest living rates. If you want
water pipe laid, or gas fitting done, be
sure and see them, as it will be to yorr
interest. They have a nice lot of stove
and sewer pipe, and very cheap; also
have a new saw gummer.
Hook Aoexi-y.—Mr. T. K. McDo..-
111, agent for the publications of A. L.
Bancroft <& Co., of Sau Francisco, and
the National Publication Co., of Phila
delphia, is now in town, and his exten
sive list of valuable books can tm seen
at the Occidental Hotel uutil the 30th
inst. lie comes among us well recom
mended.
Kurofean Drafts.—-Drafts issued
at lowest rates on Great Bntiau, Ire
land, Germany, Russia, France, Norway
and Sweden. Tickets to and from
Europe sold at lowest rates by Andrew
Cbilberg, Seattle, W. T.
PUKE Mocha CotT«e for sale cheap at
Chilberg Bros.
MISCELLANEOUS.
NOTICE.
Notice to Creditors of Steamer Dispatch.
'I"WEXTY CENT* OM THE DOLLAR. BEING
1 tbr •f.-ond .IITI.ICDJ will t* paid to creditor*
of the »t»anier luapavh.
McNAt'OUT a LEABY.
ktumtyt for Jiiun Orawfard. Trnatarof Crad
ilura.
C*att> Vttk Tit.JiimW, tin. ;fl-4tf
For Sale.
4 I II I HEAD OP STOCE SHEEP. AT PKOM
-r " " " Si 30 Uf i So per bead, in >»ta to auit.
diint b« app'.le*! for wuaied:atelf.
App'r to
B P. t 'EXRISOK.
O'raifta.
NOTICE I
'I>HE TREASrEEB OF EIXO COVSTt WILL
1 pay '« prr*»nta»: -o all outataodiag WarraaM
4r»*D on tu* Road Fual oi Km*- < <vMty. up *o
and in.- ti ling No. * of tka Ber*ea o< IS7S ; »'ao
WnT»i:t Jia. 11. >fSxo m*. ■»<! No I* ift <S« 00».
drairii <>n the it Jti! f an! "flu of
:«-« No interret wll! t*iik>v*doo »*IJ Warraela
after ttirt* Jajt fr>Ti thla .late
tiEO. I>. HILL, rreaaarer,
Offl.etf <V>»ety Treasurer,*
Saatt'e. m»j i3d. i my-it i<a<la»«»
FITS EPILEPSY,
OB
Falling Sickness !
Pfraisaeally fared -aa kaaikaf
l « .'Uf w- v. h • *»»*• (4 l»r. VaalaH * 01.
rbrslMl lafalllble HI Pa»d»r». T
t-ttn.-e »utf*per» that * i»ra «' ' do a'
w* - aim for Umk: v* araJ throi t * ri-ail,
ro-i r»«r>. arm tvtal k \ *• I*r <J» ulard U
e« c t j ktaciaa thai ha» *»ar ata>l» tai«
•ft > acd aa t.. otir ta«vM|(
»h *ar.ta Ua*» l"-r« rUDUki *Ttf by tfee
f ttiM* P»>« j»r». m* a; f :irv.l« i p«E»-
aect <-ur»'.a tvrry raaa. or SaviH* y.m a' MM)
nr<t>W«l A uftfwt «in<«i f»v !n
rtrij trii'. u.t I* i*ta- oi IU» tmtiw
Pr: ». ? * bo*. |J 00. * 4 N>**a f< t 110 ».
m-uS ty ma; aay v «rt ..< the I'atSad ttatea o*
Caeada. o f p rK*» 11 j *«}>f»aa C. i» P
ASH * lOIBINS,
a*t#-wtr ri'ta Hiwli Bpxi /s, 5. f.
MISCELLANEOUS.
EDGAR BRYAN.
•IVary Pubiie,
Conveyancer and School Clerk.
Raa. ilf'ju* f jc 9*.». made.
A«eet for Sorth PaciSe Xatnal L;le kr:ni,»
Ocmpuj.
Offee with C*ni|raa k C.vk»
ap3o-dawtf
IISHERIES!
r rUF. KItEBSir.SEP HAVE LUIJL FACIU
J. tie# f'-r tujp ym<
FISH \ETTI\fc.
of all sizes, '■* to 4 inch square. .-f a *tac4»rti
Huality, at lower rate* >hac ever before K J.
FISHERMEN
Can apply to thair laerchaata. »h.. wili tuw.j
lu.' rmat: n. taoipie*. tc.
In "rdencg, a.wajr* name tLe Mjuare of the
meah, and tbe <-ugth and depth of the Ret it i«
to W wL> n rv i*d tu.
CORK, LEAD !\D ROPE
Wv<Tca in Seine* in tke beat c.aaLer-
FOB SALE,
fishing Nets!
Fittad t»r uae. mitaMe for Brook. River. I.ike or
Saa.
American Net
AND
TWINE ffIMPINV.
43 Cemeroial Street, Boston.
apl4-w3m
1. O. «K W.
OIJVE BRAXtU
Lodtfe, So. 4. UlMll
"'" TEDSKSDAV
-« —EYENIKG at 7* o'clock,
la the Uutu.c Hill.
Mom ban of the order an invtted to attend.
By trtti of the K a.
NOTICE.
To All Whom it May Concern:
THK COMMISSIONER OK THE
\ V General land Office, in letter dated July 8,
1H74. ordered that the landa In Townahip 22
North, K*'ige 5 Kant. In the district of laada for
itlr at Olympia, W. T, nh iIJ b« withheld
"from dlap<aa' a* ianda until the
non-mineral character thereof shall have been
fully etub'ihbe-.t." And, vhereaa. Mi. bn ! Harn,
of Eing County, W. T , who made bomeetead
entry for 'and In uKI Townabip and Range, viz -
for the EH of 8W 1-4 of ttcctton 18 , no» make«
application to make hi* final entry of Mid land,
and baa filed In tbia office hia affidavit declaring
that the,* la not wltlitn tbe liniita of aaid land,
to hia knowledge, any coal or other valuable
mineral depoalt. and that aalJ Jaad i* eaaeitUaliy
m-n-mineral land.
Nov, therefore, in accordant-* with instru. •
tiona fioin tSa Cnuiuianiiiner of the General
land * e, it la ordered that teetiinouy touch,
lag the character «f aaid deecribt-d iand'ahall be
taken before tbe Hetfiater and Receiver of the
I jited atea Diatri't Land Office, at their office
la Olyn'.da, W.T.. on tt« l?::i day of July. A f>.
1877, at lt> o'clock, a. n . at which
piece asd time all perenoe having interewt in the
matter < f tba character of the above deacril>ed
land are required to ap}«ar, and there and then
to preaent auch evidence aa may eerve to fully
eatabllab the character of t d tract of land.
Olven under 'tir band, at the United KUtra
District land Office at Olympia, W. T., thia Mb
day of June, A. P. 1877.
J. T. BROWS. Register.
Jell -wst ROBERT O. STI ART, Receiver.
STEELE'S
Pain Eradicator
THE MOST
VOIDIML DISCOVERYfIFTHE i&E
The World Moves, and Unless We
Progress We Most Go Backward.
Nothing Remains Stationary.
ix offering this medicine it is not
1 ttitet»l"d to deceive the people aa • cure for
•vary complaint on earth : but a lea'.ly ai ientifir
article of the irreateat mt-nt, which wiU prove a
boo* to Buffering lmmanltv—t»>th .">a account of
lta adaptabi ity to both man and beaat. lt» rra li
laaaa >r application, and tha ptir« being within
the reach of ail It will actually curt
Bheu-natiaiu, Lamenaaa,
Neuralgia Swelling,
Contracted Cord*. <»<'Ut,
Contracted Mnc!<«. Cuta,
: Stiff Jotata. Hi>re«.
j Si.i» Throat. Strain*.
I in Back. Brmaaa,
D arrh<*a. Oram pa,
Haada.be, OoUc.
Fac«a«he, Barn* asd SfaM •.
Earache. Inflammation of Kidaeya
And a! 1 , nervouaand n lam mat- ry achaa aii«l paina
-■ ■
DB. STEELE, who haa for jreara been ic ihe
Proprietary Medh ma buaiaeaa as 1 who ka«
traveled la van ** parta of tha world ID ae*n h
of lafrmati n. baa eraat conMruce In the Era.'-
Icat-r aa the •• » Ploa Ultra" of eafe aura an.l
Ireiabie reruediea for genera) ua* a« a Family
n- <-tor
Provide y >nra»!f with a t» tt!a with ul da!ay
an 1 y>>« will alwaya kaep it in tha fao.i > and e«*e
mrsey l>.m't be put off with acme .iter prapar
atlua. Take ooiy Maela'a Pale Kralsrat. r »'•
can pr «iu. e th..uaati<la of te*t; :wyial» aa ♦ • the
core# made l>iii a trial will (w.va i the moat
akep<i««! thai it la truly u. Fra.lK-at->r of F*.CJ,
A. tiea and Ir.ftajjia.ati »«•. It haa baati, ai l i*
now. conatant'e i.*e«i by h< r»en>en aa a LiaS
! tr.er.t. and haa mil wore valoable j>r- ,*r t» f
that kind than any ther praparab>..D Taia
(«saa t» aee that yoa gtt the fet uiae.
Put up is iarc* U ttiea a:,d t r aa e ? y .Sr i -
(lata abd demirra If y<-u hapi>eo t be in a
where WTEEI.E'* PAIN KHAI i- A I u
cana. t be- .'btaina>l aer.d t' tne :.ear-»t wh
dniJjJWt, nt to the A^ecta.
* k. srixv.
J bbttsg Aput f >r the S/tiod P.,rt»
C'BAXE A Bhl .H AM.
Wholeaaie On;«i«ta.
STi. Sit «c l W- Fr-tit atreH. Saa Fr*m i» i., Cal.
Prlra f. per I at;* H"e #u B»t ear
aplt-dawSai
NOTICE.
I N THE PROBATE nor ST OF KINO COt'X
-1 ty, Vaahla|t >a T.frit rj
liithe n.atter tie latate '.f BkN&Y t«>U«
MV I K Irceaa ! 'ft eta Wwb* t>y tb»
uu.iarwia"aad alu.u»»tm r ! U' eatate of Hmrr
t>. idnsyer fc t;.« twdiH* at atnl a
u lai a; as*i«»at tt>e ea:J .lape*»»J.
U txwnt tSein. wth tte c#*e*#ary v
witiic <»ee year «fter tb>- Sr»t ••csb.'! Ati- n f tfcia
U tfcaaa.l aJ;i -> f »: nil<MW
is Tv«raafciji it in aa»«l
t«ated *lt. UfT*.
wtejt WPXIA* OOLPMVCR
MISCEIIATWHM.
MERCHANT EXCHANGE
Saloon !
O* mr-I. STREET STATtUt. W T.
T*.e Tlaeat
WINES, LIQUORS JL CIGARS
Cooattmt*? on t *ad
F. Proprietor.
BUY
YOUR
GOODS
» ar
B
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0
SCHWABACHEB
&
c
o
TJIEY KEEP THE LA EG ESI
ASSORTMENT,
AM) SELL
CHEAPER
TOAN ANY OTHER
HOUSE
11ST THE
TERRITORY
SEATTLE BAKERI
AMD
PROVISION STORE
Mill Ktrmt, Menille. W. T.
L. RE IN 10, Prop'r,
MANUFACTURES
Bread, Cakes and Pastry
OF ALI. KINDS !
D«als in ORAIN, FLOUR, GROCE
RIES and PROVISIONS, of the bout
quality. Receives OREGON PRODUCE
by every strainer. Keeps FRUITS,
PASTRIES, CANDIES and CONFEC
TIONERIES, prepared in the neat
est style.
Also, TOBACCO and CIGARS.
IT Prices moderate. Article# deliv
ered at private hou"*,"* in Seattle.
M. L. CAVANAUGH,
manufactuifi or
SASH, DOORS,
Blinds, and
Mouldings.
tfpecia! atte<ltl»u jlvcn to
SHIP WORK.
Factory Under Column's Mill.
HnIIIi, April 1«. tr?. aplft-dtf
E. A. TOFT,
muker \ Jeweler.
Q,**K ' WUH To SAY Till. tiTIZFXa
EK.'j i " He* . » and n )i>.l p rt« t!.a? I haie
, i,n ; e,t a »h»p n
CHEKBY rtTB*KT, NKAB »KO>T.
W ;.»*<•! an. j i*; »T« 1 t ■! alllniauf
Watch. Clock and Jewelry
Repairing !
Ih a workmaalik* rti»r.n*-'
a A Satiafa. 1 n < » j Jjr . . r -aa i.
able
NORTH PACIFIC
Iron Works Co.
Iron t id Brass Founders.
Pattern Makers!
Hitrhinr Wnr« I nilii<>lir«l •: Mtort
Nw ipc !
P tt.l %li 1 «£»< aS - !l.a<• Pattern. &ad«
frr» >f MM»t. A i W -rk warranted, at.! t: the ;o».
• »t fttrt
J. NATION v u rntndent.
B»ytS-d»f
■ a~
' MiaCEUUHBOU*
WATCHES, JEWELRY,
J9^>|9
Silverware, &c.,
At J^A
- j
CHAS. NAEHEB,
s» €«• ■» ■*■ s« Ia «»■• c( «V ■«* *•«
Wusthoflr & Wald.
st >:
Asrioul tural Implomouts !
THE ARCADE !
FRONT STREET, SEATTLE.
DRY GOODS, FANCY CHNUt
GLOVES, See. J
Indies and tienls' Furnishing Ifopfr--•ftiP'S
VALISES, ETC.
Our Spring Stock has arrival, am
4.•«»«>« 1 s iti tin- market. \V«» call sjiecial »tt<<ntiou to Mlf ftJ) PISHINO
GOODS ami CLOTHING DEPAHTMKNT. i' i
Q-TEHSTT" 3" HATS A. T fl^gV
Ml, PIOT a Tolt ,
NEW GOODS AND NEW STYLES DY EVERY STEAsIIM
4*
s
5
W. A* JENNING.fj
WUklmml* «ri'l JUUtI Dp#l«T In Cliotc* -,lb\
GROCERIES, PROVISIfINI
HARDWARE, FINE TEAS, CROCKERY,
6LASSWARE, FLOUR, FEED, &C.
Imported and California Wines,
Foreign ami Domestic Liquors, Cigars ami Tobacco. ti
All Goods Guarantor.] aa llrpreinnted. Goods IMivcred in the City F # M
of Chaise
Oommorcial stroot, Soattlo. w •IJ
m r.
1
INSURANCE AGENC}
M. W. ItOUIiAMf
mac ii « jf
REPRESENTm^
Mu ■• f N •• V '». !'••• <\>. oCjflHHMfc
• • !,' K.!" 1 1 ■" ' N. A V VW I >r ' -un
At.a- F;r>- lri<n,r:i: •• 1 • Ha". I-r ! -* I**.•l I.A M. hflfaJl
I'"iai »lii» F.r«* li<- ' "f li.'hii :»[> li-, K< \< r«*Firi; 11 -:Q| iSSjjBS
Oirurl F. A M. )•»•. Co. <>l lpb< i I A; M ttl<,
|{< me Fir.- Irs I< ■ .lum'.in.O . < < miiif»rcid rfi|f
Capital Represented, 3100«0(^
WA OHlMti
CHINA TEA St&
Brick Store, r*i»rucr ot •» a.-iiiir_ r t«»ii v Third
V»k*W* * r. : « % »• m
,!ir«wl!y*- »t ' ' » *< »»'*♦■ * *«•-• Ml/I ■ '•« M# %|r
. !'»•«■. f gndi in I Itj a ; fc <"* •" H *- f W> W w
-» «-» • • ■ ■fitjMfy
, •» »» ;•,< ftf ' »*? • <-!.t w •'« » - •
#!•*.»# tt«.», to «t!-i :*•
We • » 4f. jt » ir»» «t » ' » '■' '4> ,MW P*
J /t=fci3g A U>(» »»rtrtji of y
CHINESE LANDSCAPE PICTUtti,
also roK
r* r*. iiii 4u**- *j> J • r**'j'; *rt - Obi® —*»>■>
Tie Hitiiest Price paii ty*
Wholesale & detail Ohf
SEATTU|J

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