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Thursday, July 4 1878. ! pgiTVR®, OF TUB DaY. -!>» gt-tling „„ ..he «lebrat'°n to-,Hy " »• n 8 were too late in in .agurat i ° Ur Cl X 7* ment in the first place, and ing the in pushing the project when once started to in through success Consequent tare its oo rat | ier taken out ly tlie WW ref r ar ds the advantage of . 0 1 r j2%0 attendance. Through a , * !tZ,>"l*re we have lort the band, which yeater<!ay f'lSr a large crowd to Olyopia. It eipected, however, that wesbould be able to secure the service of the \ ic uria Band, which it was intend' 1 should visit our city 10 company with the Rifle Team. But this last chance of securing music has been completely frustrated by the failure of the Rifle Team to come to time. How ever, our celebration will not amount to a fizzle as has been predicted; for the indications are that we shall have, all things considered, a very enjoyable time, and unquestionably those who have elected to stay at home and those who have chosen Seattle as their place to celebrate will enjoy themselves quite as well, if not tetter than thoae who have gone abroad. We ihal! have a larg* party of visitors from Newcastle and the surrounding couutry, also a Urge number from Blakely and other ports. The programme of the day will be as follows: A national salute of thirteen guns on Occidental Square at »anrise. A base ball match ou D. T Denney's grounds at 0 A M., for prize, IH stated in the advertised programme, a rifle match at the same place at 10 A. M.; first prize s'2o, coin, second prize $10; a regatta at 10 A. M. and at 11 A. ji, games on Occidental square; for par ticulars see advertisement. At 1:30 P. u, oration at Yesler's Hall -orator Heller, Esq . reading of the Declaration of Independence by Chas. Young, Esq., to be followed by other sports on the square. A rowing match at 5 r. M. Owing to there being no Indians to enter for the canoe race there will be none. At 6P. M further sports at the t&uie place, a national salute at sunset, anJ walking a greased pole from the Urk Windward. All to wind up with » iirand dance iu the eveuing. ARRIVED —The I*. M. S. 8. City of Pauiuia, which left San Francisco on the2oth ult , arrived at this port yea ttrdsy evening. Sho brought up for Soaud ports 24£ tons of freight for Port Tftwttscnd; 104 tons for Seattle; 8 tons for Tacoma, and 15 ton 9 for Olyinpia, ind thirteen passengers. The following is a list of her passengers, and of her consignees for this port : Passongers— Miss Kitty Cape. Mrs N K Preston and infant, Wiu Neville and wife, T Lucy, Thos Kirkpatrick, ttev Dr Beers, Alex Baird, Mrs M A Conniff and three children. Consignees^—A Wolff, A HMS A Co, Boyd, Poucin A: Young, C C Lewis, Crawford ife Harrington, Chil berg Urns, C L Mitchell. Dr Manion, K Lopa*. K \i Marshall, Flinn & Ander son, Frauentlial Bros, F \V W»ld, (J O lialler, l» K Truesdale, 11*11, Paulson & Co, Harris & Atttidge, John Christ, Jacob Beer, J G Gilbert, Jol*n Mc- Donald. J M Col man, J Wenzler, J M ( Isett, Philip Keach, Leonard Reinig, L S Rowe, M McAndrews, Mrs X Keache, M Dcnsmore, Mrs N A Conniff, M A Kelly it Co, M B Mad dnx, Paul Glasser, Peterson Bros, Uen ton, Holmes & Co, It C Graves,Schwa bacher, Bros it Co; T G Wilson, Toklas & Hingerrnan, W A Jenning.s Waddell , A Miles, F W Wusthoff, Ward Bros, W II Pumphrey, Wa Chong, Wells, Fargo * Co ANNUAL REPORT. Through the kindness of Mr. Clias. P. Dyer, priuci pal keeper of the light-house at Blunt's (Smith's) Island, we have been fur nished with the following report of vessels passing that place and vicinity during the year endiug June 30, 1877 : For quarter ending Sept. 30, *77: ships, 2fi; barks, 106; brigs. 4; sehrs., 42; sloops, 90; strs., 210. For the quarter ending Dec. 31, '77: ships, 15; barks, 62; brig*, 2; schrs., 17; sloops, 56; •trim., 150. For the quarter ending March, 31, '7B: ships, 27; bark*. 116; brigs, 2; schrs., 27; sloops, 50; strms., 204. For the quarter ending June 30, '18: ships, 48; barks, 102; brigs, 4; schra , 23; sloops, 72; strms, 189. To tal for tho year : ships, 98; barks. 386; brigs, 12; gchrs., 118; sloops, 268; struis, 753. Grand t.tai: 1,635.-7*. T. Aiyut. WARNING. —By an ordiaance of the °ity. the dinhargc of firearms and alse the explosion of bombs, fire-crackers, within the business portion of the city is prohibited. To day, as there w ill be necessity for extra vigilance on part of the police force in order to protect our city from disturbances and 'lsugers from con flag rut ion, this ordi nance will l>« strictly enforced, aud anv Person violating it may expect to be promptly arrested anal punished. The iniiti, we are informed by the Chief of • olice, embrace all that portion of the west of Second street, between *nd Mill streets, and all west °i Third street, south of Mill street. THE RIGATTA. —The following regu for the regatta to day have adopted by the Committee : Boats Jill move j nto pujition on the line as by Commodore Winsor upon firing of the tirst gun ; the start •ill be announced by the tiring «>f » gun, and Imats on the starboard * will iu all cases give way to those &'u^ P° r * tack. Instructions will be to the sailing master of each P to the start, designating the ••flcordiug to the wiud. A CITABLE PKKSKNT.— Jack Levy 13 a very neat maple bat beariug * ail vt r plate with an appropri- together with a gilt ball ® at own expense, to be pre i., to winning club in the base t to 01)1110 at Olvmpia to v . ey re sent through on the North Pacific Ust night. In order that every one con- Q *cte<\ with this office may have an r tunity of duly observing the (>url h,' there will be no paper to Worr ow morning.. Walla Walla Items, The Oregon wheat market is verv stagnant, and buyers exhibit but little disposition tu operate a* holder*. The PMiie may be said of Walla Walla. W heat is still 4o cents per bushel, but few care to buy or sell at that price Several stock men with their families and herds of cattle and horses pa*«ed through town last Saturday. They came thirty miles south of P'srewell Bend, I. T., and were driven from home ty Indians Our friend Levi Malone, rut of eighty acres of the finest wheat that ever stood out doors, will &%re about fifteen. The rest burned up, but he is not the only sufferer in the valley this season. Such is luck and dry times Five Indians came into Waits burg last Wednesday, and drove off a large band of horses. They went north and arc hotly pursued.... Dr Clowe lost over forty acres of barley by squirrels. Extract their teeth, Doctor, and make their jaws ache. It's an all day job, but a sure cure... .Wheat sowed early last fall is turning out well, but wheat sowed late, or this spring, looks best in a hav stack.... The report about Louis Reinhard being killed by Indians was faUe. He was only missing, and has turned up again. ... .A load of silver salmon caught in the Columbia river came into town last \V ednesdav, which sold like hot cakes at fifty cents a piece The Convention is still at work, preparing for us a Con stitution, of which we may feel proud of on some future day, nine die Dr. lilalock last year raised wheat at a cost of eighteen cents per bushel. This year he thinks it will cost fourteen cents per bushel A new post office is to be established at Centerville. on Wildborse Creek, Oregon. SMALL POX IN PORTLAND.— The PortUni Standard of June 30th, con- tains an article bitterly complaining of the recent large immigration of Chinese to that city direct from China. The concluding portion of the article is as follows " With but oue of the evils brought upon the people by the Chinese will we deal at present, and that is the loath some and contagious diseases brought into and spread throughout the whole country. For sometime past Chinamen have been dyiug off at a rapid rate in certain localities, and daring the mid uigbt hours the bodies taken from the city in an express wagon and buried. It is given us as a fact that tbe disease in their midst is small pox. In yester day's Standard we mentioned the death of one which occurred on Second street between Alder and Morrison, and on the authority ©f an able physician the cause given was small pox. Our attention was called to another locality 011 Alder between First and Second, next door to Alisky ifc llegele's candy manufactory. During each night al most for a week past the dead body of a Chinaman has been removed. A gen tleman who slept next door to this pest house was so disturbed by the sawing and hammering of Chinamen engaged in making rough coffins during the night, that he was compelled to move his bed to another and more distant room. If it is that fearful scourge which is making such sad havoc among tho Chinamen it will not be long before it has spread throughout the city and Stato. The authorities should take this matter in hand at ouce and investigate it. We shall expect a report from them ac once." FAVOKSUUBO. —WhiIe going over to Waitsburg last Sabbath we met Abber son Jacobs, with his mule team, loaded up with a uew planing machine be longing to Sheriff Steen, destined for Favorsburg, which, according to our in formation, is situated on the Pataha, at the well known place of Vine Favor, after whom it was named. County Purveyor Alex. Beall surveyed out the towu and also the mill race last week. The mill is to be erected as soon as the luml>er can be put on the ground, and at the mouth of a gulch opening into the Pataha, and is to be run by a very stroug spring coming down said gulch, having eighty teet fall in less thau one fourth of a mile. The mill is to be erected by the efficient and well known mill wright J. N. Bowman, and will !»e run by Geo. Sydney, his partner. It will start in July with three run of burrs, after which they will add more if required. A store and butcher shop will soon be in readiness to supply the people in their respective lines of trade. Several of tho leading business men of Dayton have contracted for lots in the place. It is centrally located in the wheat growing country, only ten miles from Snake river to Kelley's Bar, to which a road will soon b* ojiencd.— 1)> n/ ton Xetr*. SETTLING UP.— A gt-ntleman from the upper Squak Valley informs us that a large number of settlers are locating in the couutry along Squak Creek this svasou, and in the vicinity of where it has its source near Cedar river. The laud there is of an excel lent qtiaility, and is remarkable easy to clear. Among the muuiber who have located there arc a number of married men from Newcastle, (turners J, who have taken up aud are at odd times im proving their claims Sojte of theui will move out with their families in the Fall. A new road is now being cut through from this neighborhood to in tersect the Snoqualtnie road two mihft fiom Reuton. This will place the new settlement at a distance of but eight mile* from Keuton. FREiuur RKMITTED. —The Superin tendent of the O. b, X. Co., at Port land, sent orders to their agent at Lew iston to remit the $lB5 freight money, which they had charged on the guns and ammunition shipped from \ an couvtr to Le wist on tor the benefit of our citiaens. This is a generous and courteous act on the part of that com j any towards our people, and worthy of special mention. — I*tet*ton lelfrr. The following boat* are entered for the Regatta to-day: Vir*t CUm— Ada. Caswell, Nip an 1 Tmk, Nellie and Amelia. Stnjnd (?/«'•*» —Mena. Lone Star, Lillic Bell, Jim Paine and Har vest Home. For the rowing match, the Yukon and Lillie Bell are entered. The •hip Eldorado arrived at this port yesterday, from San l-ranci»co i She-will load here with coal. M AIT3BURG.—This town, after hav ing experienced the oack-set usual with nearly all the towns and cities on the Pacific Coast, is now going ahead again:—several buillings baing over hauled, an»l others in process of erec tion. Hon. 11. \ ansycle is building a new hotel, which is centrally luca'ted and will be ready for business at least by the approaching Autumn. The amount of business done in Waitsburg is larger by far than the casual ob server would imagine. It is the centre of an extensive and fertile country which is fast filling up with industri ous citizens and is yet destined to be a place of considerable importance.— Dayton \e>r*. WILL SAIL. —The steamship Citv of 1 anama will leave this port at six o'clock this morning for Xanuimo, and then Victoria on the 10th inst., en ro"te for San Francisco. HOTEL ARRIVALS. NEW ENGLAND HOTEL. Thomas, Tacoma; Mrs Evertt & two children, Kenton; Jomes Dillon, Seattle; T Armstrong and R S Clark, Newcastle; M D Littlefield and A Wate, Port Townsend; D C Cameron, Robert McClair, Olvmpia; M Day. Wm Cochran and R S Cook, White River; W B Watson and wife, C Cooper, John Inland, T Watson, R M Dyer and Johu McCennea, Port Ludlow; Mrs Conniff and three children, Maine; Mrs N E Preston, Cornwall, Ont. Liver is King. The Liver is the imperial organ of tbe whole human svsttou, as it controls the life, health and happiness of man. * eII it in disturl>ed iu its proper action, all kinds of aiiuienta are the natural result. The digestion of food, the movements of tbe heart and blood, the action of the brain and nervous system, are all immediately connected with the workings of the Liver. It has been successfully proven that Green's August Flower is unequalled iu curing all persons afflicted with Dyspepsia or Liver Complaint, and all the numerous symptoms that result from unhealthy conditions of tbe Liver and Stomach. Sample bottles to try, 10 cent*. Posi tively sold in all towns on the Western Contiuent. Three doses will prove that it is ju9t what you want. Tivoli Beer Hall. We have received per City of Panama a cargo of GERMAN IMPORTED BEER ; also, sardines, caviare, Swiss and Lim burger Cheese. LIMBUROER CHEESE only titty cents apiece. Wo also have Schmeig's and Steilacoom Lager Beer on draught ; and the celebrated Bud weiser, Milwaukie, Boca and St. Louis Lager Beer io pint and quart bottles. Also all kiuds of lunches to order. HESS Jt C/ARSKE., PIIOP'S. Occidental Square. DR. K. W. KIIJBE AND WIFE having located here for a time is prepared to treat chronic ailment by the Electro Vital Magnetic treatment Curable diseases removed without drugs. Fe male weakness a specialty. The doctor can be consulted at his office on Front Street, between Cherry and Columbia, Seattle, W. T. Offiee hours 9A.M to 5 P. M. jelO.dtf EUROPEAN DRAFTS.— Drafts issued at lowest rates on Great Britian, Ire land, Germany, Russia, France, Norway and Sweden. Tickets to and from Europe sold at lowest rates by Andrew Chilberg, Seattle, W. T. STRAW BEIIRRIES AND CREAM Call in at the Maison Doree Restaurant. The strawberries and cream speak for themselves, and the coffee can't be equaled. D. H. WEBSTER. ty Celebrated Weiner Export Beer at Vanity Fair. Call aud try it. The first lot tver brought to Puget Sound. BUT your groceries at T. Lyle's, the cheapest house in the city. Quick sales and small profits is my motto. fcjTFor smoked halibut, or napes and tins pickled call on J R Bean, Front street. Fo* GENUINE GERMAN Milk Bread go to Piper's. STRAWBERRIES AND CREAM for din ner on Sunday at the Occidental. MISCELLANEOUS. GRAND BALL AT — YESLER'S gATT ON THURSDAY, JULY 4th, 18T8. First-Class Music 11M TX>«D enga£*d FOR tb* •*euiotf, Mrf Man will •par* DO paiua to make tl the mo#t sac affur er«r given in thla city. Tlrkris C. G. STEINWEG, Manager. WANTED. rpwO MEN WHO UNDERSTAND BMOKINO I Hvrriug tod prMalng oil. and mending can find a api«ndid opportunity to go intotfc* htuiuMi on ihtrM, with mrytWog fnniiiMn them. They muat a!ao haul tha Mlna for MI won danng tba run*, and will be allowed a aLara of the catch. Tor particular* addreaa at onca C. E. DO DOE. Pros'r San Jnaa Packing Co.,»an Joan Uland. iflMlv MtSCELLAXEOrS. - « W. A. JENNINGS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL HEALER IN" GROCERIES, PROVISIONS HARDWARE, Crockery and Glassware, FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC WINES and LIQUORS, COMMERCIAL STREET. SEATTLE. W. T. Pacific Mail STEAMSHIP CO. Summer Arrangement: THE SPLENDID SIDE-WHEEL STEAMSHIP ■ft .A.. K1 <ft rw* A. 2,100 Tuiih, il. O. MORSE, Commander, Will !HT« on tb« dates hereafter mentioned. I'urr from Sri* til*- lo <iin Fram-lsco: CABIN STEERAGE. LEA YES ■an Francisco) Seattle J Victoria \ July 10 | July 1# | July 2*) •• 30 ! Aug. 8 }■ Aug. 10 j- Aug. 20 f •' 2S | •' 30 f Sept. 10 | Sept. 1H J Sept. 23 J " 30 I STEAMSHIP CITY of PANAMA 1.500 TOII«, \V. B. SEABURY, Commander, Will leave on tho following -late*. Ban Francisco ) Seattle 1 Victoria 1 July 2<> | Jul; 10 Aug. 10 f On Anlval. f " 30 " 30 J 1 Aug. 20 Sept. 'JO j j Sept. 10 '« no 1 Passengers from up-Sonnd ports will take Pu get Sound mall steamer and make connection with the City of Panama at Victoria. Steamer Dakota goes through|to Olympia. These steamers leave Victoria at noon on the day advertiaed. Tickets are good only on the steamer fop which they are purchased, and are not transferable. Fur freight or passage apply on board, or to U. L. TIBBALS. General Agent for Sound, Port Townsend. D. O. PEARSON DEALER IN Dry Goods, GROCERIES CLOTHING, And Fancy Good*. A full assortment always on hand. STANWOOD, - W. T. jyldawtf WHIDBV ISLAND FARM Xear Oak Harbor. FOR SALE. /•/ v ACRES. MOSTLY BEAVER SWAMP I'M * n<<w drained, ftnd Fifty Acres under (*oo<l Culti vation. With a g<Hkl Dicdl'uig llou« and excellent Water at the door, a <j»oJ Stall* and a large Bam, and ./ thrifty Orchard oj Choice Fruit Tree*, all baring. Title Perfect. A span of Good Horse*, a Wagon, and Farming Implement* can be had on the place. Anybody desirous of seeing the six ve described lend can call on Frank DeLonne, On the 1 Premises. or Major O. O. Heller, at «oupeviie, W. T. J*ls-d*wtf WANTED. \ MXN AND WIFE WOHLD LIKE TO GET J\. piece* ** Coo* ftti 1 Chambermaid, The Apply ft* thUoftce, or at Ja:ue« McLiroy s. od Colambia street. ;elj-dtf NOTICE. JOHNSON*. AMERICAN HOUSE. *j will ftct tcr me till further notice fta Shipping Agentft» Seattle. „ |Tnr j*22-dtf W. T. BALLOI. s. sum mi. Importers and COMMISSION MERCHANTS. i SOLE AGENTS for Western Washington for the California Fanners' Mutual Fire Insurance Association, OFFER FOR SALE TO THE TRADE ONLY Tennant's Ale, pints and quarts. Bans' Ale, pints and quarts. I Guiiiena' Porter, plat* and quarts. Hennessey Brandy, in octaves, and 1,2 aud 3 star in case. Martell Brandy, iu octaves, and 1, 2 and 3 star in case. Otard Dupuy Brandy iu octaves and case. California Grape Brandy in octaves. Scotch Whisky, iu ease and bulk. Irish Whiaky, iu I've and bulk. Champagne—Chas. Farre, In pints and quarts ; Laudsberger's California, Imperial, and Private Cuvee, in pints and quarts. Sh« rry—Finest Old Golden, OKI Garvey and California. in case and bulk. Port—lmported and California, iu case and bulk. Bourbon Whiskies—Hotaliug's genuine J. H. ■ Cutter, in case and bulk; White House, Univer sal, Miller, etc., etc. Tobacco—Plug, Granulated and Long Cut. Cigars -The Largest Stock ard w est Assortment ; on Paget Sound. tST We are the only hons-5 lu VTushiugton Ter ritory shipping Furs direct to London, Kuglaud and are paying the highest Cash Prices, jt 4.d*w To the Ladies! j rj>ME UNDERSIGNED HAS LOCATED OH Cherry Street, Seattle, Where she is prepared to Teftch Mrs. F. A. Boom, bower'* System of DREBS GUTTING COMPLETE. Also keeps constantly on hand ft well selected Assortment of FANCY ARTICLES FOR LADIES' WEAR ! Please call and examine. MRS. W. H. KIESTER. , Mftv 23d. iuy23-dtf I I. H. LLEWELLYN & CO., j Rooks and Stationery • ft j. PHOTOGRAPH AND Autograph Albums, j FANCY ARTICLES. &C. Tobacco and Cigars. FK< INT STREET, OPPOSITE ODD FELLOWS' HALL. my3o-dtf. 99~WLJ M« IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THI THIRD Judicial District of the Territory of Washing ton. holding Tenos at the City of Seattle, in end for the Counties of King m l Kitsap. The University of the Territory of Washington, plaintiff, vs. Samuel F. Coombs and William Boyd, defendants. Complaint filed in the County of King, in the office of ttie Cl*rk of »*id District Court. Th* Unilt-d States of America send greeting to Sftmu«-1 F. Coombs ftud William Boyd, defend ant*. Yoa are hereby required to ftppe#r in an action brought against you by the above named plftintiff, in th«» District Court of the Third Judicial Dis trict of the Territory of Washington, holding Terms in the City of Seattle, in th« County of King for the Comities of King and Kitsap, ftnd to aiisvrer the complaint filed therein, within sixty days after the date ef this summons, or judg ment by default wil betaken against you, accord ing to the prayer of the complaint. The *ai 1 acti n is brougbPto recover the sum of One Hundred and Nineteen and Sixty-five One. hundredths Dollar*. balance unpaid and now due upon ft promissory note for Four Handred Dol lam made by said defendants on the 27th day of Septemoer. I**4. and payable six months after daw- to the B"arti of Regent* of the Washington Territory University, with interest at the rate of one ana one-half per cent, per month, payftble semi-annually. ftr.d for interest on *aid sum of *ll9-65 at thv said rate from the id day ef June. A. D. ItfcT, 1* «* the sum of Fifty-«sght Dollars, scd for c nti of suit. And for a mora specific statement of the cause and nature of said action you are referred to the p'ftiiililTs complaint now on file. 1 i Witness the H<>n. J. R. Lewis. Jutlge ' L. s.' of and Court, end the seal thereof, this (- l l"th day of Jun«, A. D. 187 H. JAS. BE.VVEY, Clerk. Br WM. H. ANDREWS, Deputy. C. If Hayroao. Flsiatiffs' Attorney. JSi-J-wTt } MISCELLANEOUS. ,F. W. WALB, (Successor to Wusthoff A Wald). ait r ■ _ '.J- SC nr. ta-tv* •" >- 3«Z»i £ j«! Agricultural Implomonts. i I I ; GREAT ATTRACTION AT THE "ARCADE!" FRONT STREET, " Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Hosiery, Gloves, Ladies' Liueu and Cambric Suits, Cloaks, Parasols, &c.; In Grand Profusion. : THE BEST. CIIBIPEST l\ll HOST FIMIIOMBLE STIIfh Ever offered for sale in this citv. Our Clothing Department ! Is complete in every particular, great can* having l>een taken to scunvthe most fashionable stvies in the market. FURNISHING GOODS - White and Colored Shirts, Hat 4, Caps, Trunks and Valises, A full line of Genuine English Meiin> Underwear. We call especial attention to our assortment of Ladies' Dolmans unci Cloaks ! The Largest Stock in the City. S&v Don't fail to visit THE AItOADK ! As to prices, wc simply i defy competition. BOYD, Po\( l\ & YOUNfI. • p3O-d&W| j I hk sc AL.wwa K j ■<; w ■* ■» JOHN KEENAN *4# Also furnishes Stone tor Huild'tig PiirpoHes MANurAcrukßii or. V A. ~ . .» , , .. Clustery Work of all IVTAPIITP HI kinds executed. All or . ■ ra-u - n ' !? •: v& der.s promptly filled and II A\IIII IfiVTII r- * aatisfaction guurai'fed. ill "ii U ill Kiii 13, Persons living at dig -IbEs» taucc, by sendio": a de i HfilUSFOMfti *:■' 1 >3 w§" cri, " ioD of wl,Bt th *> ; *,j w i*h, t-'A" have DJHign*. ~ ATO ~ Price-, etc., sent to then, VO-tIIBM Mfo&ir ■ mh—■ to choose from. AG-HKTT for XT.OR BRIOHI. Shop oil Crawford k Harrington's Wharf, Seattle, W. T sep4-dtf LIME, PLASTER iCEMENT AND BRICK I FOR SALE —BY— JOHN KEENAN, On Crawford & Harrington's Wharf. I I Chillx-iz Brother*, 'WHOLESALE & RETAIL PKALKKS IN Choice Groceries, Aad keep constantly on ha::J IESBI CiTY FLOE HI KEtL IKE Mil IMS! FUII Bice Flour, and Feed. Also ft well selected stock of Crockerv, Glassware, & Table Cutlerv Which they propose to Ml. cneaper than any other bouse in Seftttle. STREET. .... SEATTLE, W. T.