18 - 1878.
' s^^THoßrn^--' v '*/ailed
\aerday t° 860 ,)W t!ic l ' ll!i ' nti
»■. ortbJ institution won ,'etting
* The aisters * bo fa,iVe cbar S e nt
were very courteous and
' } DB to show us through
•departments. The whole
1 is kept in 8 mo*t cleanly and tidy
sod »h c P ri,rate r,, ° m * aIV all
•ted. well furnished and each one
•2£»'eitberas!ove or a fire-place
»t present nine patientsjunder
•care all of whom are doinJV well
T. Ballou, well known
northwestern land by the
tlakr w»e » f "Billy Ballon." We
T*L to state that be is gradually
tyZ- »nd there is no hope of his re-
He receives every possible care
*?gttention from those noble women
SfeTOte their entire lives in minis.
to the wants and comforts of
humanity; but, notwithstand-
Sgll this care, he is slowly wasting
\L/ § Be cannot speak above a whis
Lr sod bis most intimate acquaintan-
Sj'wwild DOW hardly recognize him.
jygr Martinez, the young Chilean.
ff fc> bad both legs broken at Biakely. a
farwertaago, is Kitting along finely,
jgljjcring how badly he was hurt.
Hi eso now walk across the room with
i little aid, and is as happy as a lark,
tothiokthst be will soon be able to
gM bis leg*, that a short time ng*>, he
cuMted to hare amputated It is
tbroogb tbc s i ill aud the care
ind attention of tho sisters, that this
hospital is n<ceting with such remark
ibis success in the restoration to health
of inpatients. They receive the very
font cases, and yet their mortality
iteord i* comparatively vory small.
A TERRIBLE ACCIDENT. —Sunday
Borning at five o'clock, the foreman of
tbe Blakely mill gave tbe order to
ibat down for the day. As soon as tbe
■acbinery stopped, Mr. Shobbrook,
bead sawyer of tbe night force, cr>m
■eoced fixing something about the
large double circular saws, when, sud
denly. for some canst unknown, the
■•chinery was again set in motion. No
warning was given, and Mr. Shobbrook
was caught by the saw over which he
was working, and his left arm from tbe
ha&d to the shoulder was horibly muti
lated, and hi* shoulder and hack was
alio horribly lascerated by tbe saw
above. He was put aboard the tug
Blakely and brought to this city, and
to now at the Providence Hospital
under the oare of the Sisters. Dr. Cal
houn was called, and after examination
dates that the wound, though very
serious, is, perhaps, not necessarily
fatal, but amputation of the arm will
doubtless be necessary. The suffering
■an begs to have his arm saved if pos
■ble, and the doctor has decided to
give it all the chance possible. Unless
mortification sets in there will be a
ebance of saving the limb. This is a
■wt deplorable accident. The man is
; Mated to be a steady and industrious
workman, and tbe loss of one of his
arms will fall heavily upon him to say
nothing of the suffering lie will be
called upon to endure He will receive
•Very care and attention that be needs,
and although very badly hurt may pos
tibly come eut all right alter awhile.
MUCH IMPROVED. The steamer
Zephyr, which has been undergoing re
pur* for the past week, has hero
■och strengthened and improved in
appearance. Sue was oat on the ways
ud had her bottom caulked
tad painted. The addition of DCW
hog chains on each side stiffon her up,
Slid the new wheel has increased her
need, because it is to be driven by ma
chinery that has been made almost as
good as new. Mr, Andersou did a tine
job of painting and graining in her
•biiis. The posts arc imitation ot
Italian marble, while the doors are
pained to represent black and French
vslnut, and California Laurel. Mr.
Ballard has spent considerably over a
H.OOO on her during the past week,
•d she is now as staunch as the day
fcwas launched. The work will go
4»e arn informed, uutil she is second
* appearance and appointment to no
jjjro wheel boat on Puget Sound. She
■& last evening on her route between
city and Olympia.
ASYLUM MATTERS.- Frank
Usapson, the painter, well known on
foget Sound, who was sent to the In
•ne Asylum, at Bteilacoom. from Port
Townsend a few months ago, is getting
w«t rate, but we regret to learn that
has become deaf. He is at the Asy
tom and is painting up the wards of
that institution in a baud some manner.
A®|Bit 16th, thero were 62 male pa
neets and 13 females in the Asylum,
••king a total of 75; during the last
n»r there have been 0 males aad 1
• admitted. During the same
there have been three discharged
**dtwo died, whicn leaves 80 patients
■met institution at present. The Asy
yjl being well and economically con
under the supervision of Dr.
Rams Willurd, aud is kept in apole-
*>OT PADS. —John Drommerbause,
•fco lives near the Catholio Church, in
while on bis way home list
Thvrsday night,was stopped by a couple
•wet pads, who reque-ted him to
wow up his hands, which he did. On
fyt through him, they were greatly
*j*M>ointed at finding nothing of value
*his possession, and proceeded to
P*»d him up pretty severely. He soon
***c#d himself on the defensive, bow
•*w, and the parties took to their
iff*. after leaving their mark upon
** countenance of Mr. Drotamerhause.
* NI * BTOCK.— The main portion of
holliday stock selected by Mr.
weeks ago, while in Sao
*fc»ottco. is now on exhibition at the
of L. P. Smith & Son, on Front
T he 110 w stock oontista of
jewelry, silverware, diamonds,
|^'*** r y , hing to be f «und in a flrst
jewelry store. Give them a call.
—Mr. John Collin*, who
for a burglar, and tlijh'ly
bj his son a few nights ago. is
at leading to his tudnets
TUB LEGISLATURE. —Not much can
he ascertained yet concerning the com
plexion of the n*xt Legislature, except,
it is generally conceded to have gone
strongly R publ>caa. The most im
pirtant branch is the Council, as upon
theui devolves, to a certain extent the
election of the virions Territorial effi
cers. As far as we can ascertain this
branch, which is composed of nine
members, stands as follow*: Ellio't
Cline. Democrat, is probably elected
joint councilman in the district com
posed of the counties «.f Jefferson, Isl
and, Clallam and B*n Juan. So far a*
we can learn,this is also true of J B. La
Dti. Democrat, in the district composed
of the counties of Cowlitz, Wahkiakum
and Pacific. In Kit*ap. Snohomish and
Whatcom. Mr. McGlynn; King. G. S.
Dudley; Pierce, Ma<on aud Choha'.is,
Francis H. Cook; Thurston and L-wi«,
AmosTnllis; Clarke, Skamsnia, Klicki
tat and Yakima. R O. Dunbar; Walla
Walla, Dr. J. Day, all Republicans,
are elected, with the district of Colum
bia, Whitman and Stevens supposed to
have gone for L. M. Ringer, Democrat,
though Stevens may give majority
enough to elect Charles Montgomery,
To LEAVE US. —By the Dakota on
Tuesday morning, Mr. E. T. Gage j
leaves for Denver, Col., there to engage
in a large hardware establishment Mr.
Gage has l>een among us for a munber
of months, and by his genial manners i
and gentlcmcnly deportment, has won
for himself a host «f friends, all of
whom will grasp him by the hmd and
wish him God-speed on his new depar
ture. No matter how many miles are
between us, we will always think kind
ly of "little Billy."
CONVALESCENT.— Mr. R. D. Baker,
Gen. Supt. of the Seattle Coal Co. in
this city, has been unwell and unable
to attend to tbc duties of the office for
several days past. We are pleased to
learn that he is now improving, and
will soon be at his post again. Dnnng
bis illness, Mr. Chaa. W. Young, bock
keeper at the mines, has been looking
after the books in the office here, and
C. H. Burnett, Superintendent at the
mines, has been looking after the busi
ness at both poii.ts.
WEDDING. —A day or so ago, a num
ber of ladicß of this city went up the
"*ound to attend the wedding of one of
Tacoma's belles, Miss Magpie Ralston,
of New Tacoma, and Mr. A. M. Adams,
clerk and book-keeper at the mill
store at Old Tacoma. The ceremony
was performed yesterday afternoon, and
the party started on the North Pacific
last evening on their bridal tour. Thtir
many friends on the Sound wish them
a happy and successful voyage along
the stream of life.
MASQUERADE parties are now all the
rage in the lower Sound country. A
most enjoyable affair of this character
took place at Snohomish City, last
Thursday night, and the people of La
eonner, not to be outdone, advertise a
grind masquerade ball, to take place
in the town hall at that placeou the 29th
inst. No doubt parties trc:n all points
on the Sound will join with the good
people of Lacouner, on that occasion
for the enjoyment of a gala time.
NOT TOO LAME TO RUN.— Charles
11. Montgomery, whose leg was injured
by a stage accideut near Dayton, W. T.
has returned to bis borne at Colville,
almost entirely recovered. Uncle Jake
Miller accompanied bim from Walla
Walla as far as Spokane Falls. Mr.
Montgomery, although unable to walk,
was able to run well enough to be elec
ted to the Council of Washington Ter
ritory in Stevens and Whitman counties
on the sth iust.
D. D. —John Murphy, a hard cus
tomer recently from Steilacoora, was
fined #2O and costs by Justice Scott, on
Saturday, for drunk and disorderly
conduct. In default of payment he
was locked up. We would suggest that
the authorities keep an eye on tbi* man
when be again is at large, as he has
the appearance of a fellow who would
like to make a living at other peoples'
expense. That's putting it mild.
WE'LL TRY.— The Courier asks: Can
anyone make out the direction intend
tended by the following address on a
letter received at one of the Sound
offices not long ago:. "Saul Green.
Witerumer, Kinckoty, Wassington,
Amerka?" We would sug est Saul
Grund, White river, King county,
GRADUATED.— The following young
gentlemen from Oregon and Washing
ton Territory, recently graduated at
tha medical department of the Univer
sity of Californta: John A. Pruett,
Pendleton, Oregon; Chas. Osier, Rose
burg; L. T. Seavey, Port Townsend,
Ox THE SOUND.— Mr. W. H. Snow,
special agent of the Commercial Union
Assurance Company, is at present on
the Sound looking after the affairs of
Company wbieh be represents. He
spent a few days in Seattle, and went
up the Sound Saturday night on the
Tns Yakima came over from Port
Gamble yesterday, bringiug the par
ties who aie engaged in settling the
Ludlow property, besides a number of
young gentlemou who came over ou a
TUB Dakota, after taking on her
supply of ooal, steamed around to Tes
ter's wharf, where the will remain un
til to-morrow morning at 5 o'clock,
when she will sail for S*n Francisco.
THE cribbing for the railroad along
the beach h«a been completed by con
THE ship Valparaiso sailed from Mil
ton, Jast night, lumber laden for Val
SAILED. —Th« Premier went to am,
iatub.r hi*n. y«tbrd®r *t coon.
Tllis morning a whole grist of steam
ers will leave for down Soand ports at
7 o clock; among them we might men
tion the Josephine, Gem. Libhy and
Fanny Lake. Tl.is will these
boats a go<d opportunity of testing
tb-ir relative ra'es of speed. as their
courses all lay in the fame direction,
on the stme side of the Sound for ut
least thirty miles.
CONCERT. —La«t evening the scholars
of the Methodist Episcopal Smtdiv
school, cf this city, gave a very inter
esting coneort to a church full of ap
preciative listeners. The exerci*es cor
»i«ted of Mngine, recitations, etc., con
cluding with a slvrt but plea«inz and
instructive adirt-ss by Prof. A. J. An
TCE reported mnj cities for the Con
stitution in eleven c nnti-s is 2.18 C; and
against the Constitution, 9(13; irakinrr a
majority of 1,283 in its favor.— Tran*-
ARRIVED —The baik Gem of the
Ov!ean was towed into this port last
evening bv the Politkof-ky.
NEW ENGLAND HOTEL.
W Myors. Miltcn G G Swan. Olmpia
W Kolsnn, La Comer R Elder, Paya]!up
Z B Girard, do H Harmon k *lfe, StciS-
C C I>wiß, White Bivcr aro»m
Mr* W H And* r*on. tiluk'A S B»n»on. Stmr K P
O * I u 11. y, Duwimiiii .1 J Keene, Li Conner
H F Terry, do Jl> Sulilvan, Laie Wash
Mi#» M Mi<l<r do H B "V*t rnian. Portland
Mr* M Natt & son <io C Xorden, San Francisco
J Kurna k wife do J Marazo do
8 Kiv.inau.h do P L.izarac us do
A N B-nnett do a»rg Rubiui-on, Scabeck
J H Burnett,Sin Fran
0( CIDENTA L HOTEL
M B Smith, San Fran A Levy. Pan Franciaco
Ed Sykes. do W T Satward do
D Kane. Winno, Min J M Knifm u do
J M E Atkinson, F- we'le A J Lachinan do
H Hal ley. New Vork T B Hhilds A wf, FidalßO
P R Skiuntr, Portland MIK« M Soule do
H C Bnki-r & wf, Lu.llowM P Siniiu tin. Oyster B
V.'iu Oldfteld, Milton J And<-nion, Newoaetle
Liver Is King.
The Liver is the imperial orgau of,
tho whole human system, as it controls
the life, health and happiness of man.
When it i-t disturbed in its proper
action, all kinds of ailments are the
natural result. The digestion of food, j
the movements of the heart and blood,
the action of the brain and nervous j
system, are all immediately connected
with the workings of thb Liver. It has
been successfully proven that Green's
August Flower is uuequalled in curing
all persons afflicted with Dyspepsia or
Liver Complaiut, ami all the numerous |
symptoms that result from unhealthy
conditions of the Liver and Stomach, j
Sample bottles to try, 10 cents. Posi- •
tively sold in fill towns on the Western
Continent. Three do-es will prove
that it is just what you want.
BARE CHANCE FOR BUSI NESS. —
Piukham & Saxe, proprietors of the
large dittoing establishment, on tbe
corner of Commercial and Washington
street", h:tve concluded to retire from
bustndxs on account of ill health, and
they offer their entire stock and fixtures
to any parties who desire to en
gage in a first class business, at a great
bargain. Their store is situated in one
cf the best locations in Seattle, and tbe
tirui are doing a good, steady business.
Any one can get the whole stock, fix
tures and business on tbe easiest and
most liber&l terms by calling at tbe
store, or corresponding with the firm.
SHERMAN HYDE & Co. Pacific Coast
Agents. Also agents for the celebrated
Estcy and Standtrd Organs. For Sheet
Music and Brass Instruments, address
SHERMAX, HYDE & Co.,
aug3l-d*wly San Francisco.
FT'EW ARRIVAL. — Mecdames Bur
roughs & Keith have just received from
San Francisco a splendid new stock of
millinery, bats, bonnets, etc , of the lat
est Fall styles, which they will dispose
of at the lowest prices. Patrons are iu
vited to call and examine their stock.
All work in their line executed neatly
and promptly. They also have the
agency for A. Burdettc Smith's pat
OCCIDENTAL HOTEL, AT VICTORIA
Persons visiting Victoria should not
f »il to stop at the Occidental Hotel. It
is the first hotel from the steamboat
landing ; is tire-proof; has good accom
modation for families, and as good
meals as any houie in the city, at only
$1 00 per day.
Wharf street, Victoria, B. C.
CALL OX J. A. MCPHEE for Cigars,
Tobacco, Pipes and Cutlery. He keeps
the best supply in the city and sells at
the cheapest rates. Customers may be
supplied at either wholesale or retail.
StMiid in S. Kenny's merchant tailoring
establishment, Commercial street, Se
attle, W. T. myl7 dtf
Sic SEMPER SALKRATUS.—Notwith
standing tha excitement about the ad
mission of our Territory into the Union,
the celebrated .MR OUN at tb« Centen
nial Saloon still hits the bulls-eye every
time. Dennis Kearney to the contrary
MAISOX DOREE KESTAUEAXT, Front
street, next to the " Arcadt* " Second
to none Open y and nig'it.
New furnished rooms up stairs for trav
D. H. WEBSTER, Propietor.
EUROPEAN DRAFTS.— Drafts issued
at loweat rates on Grest Britian, Ire
land, Germany, Russia, France, Norway
and Sweden. Tickets to and from
Europe sold at lowest rates by Andrew
Cbilberg, Seattle. W. T.
fy Boca Beer in pints and quarts,
for sale by
CUAWKORD & HARRIXOTOX, Agents.
BUY your groceries at T. Lvle's, the
cheapest house in the city. Quick sales
and small profits is my motto.
FRESH OYSTERS served at the Mai
son Doree 'rom this date.
FOK GENUINE GERMAX Milk Bread
To PARTIES. —W. H. Davis offers the i
use of hi 9 Marcy'a Bciopticon to those
wishing to give parties or sociables dur
ing the winter season, at rea«on»ble
2w W. H. DAVIS.
J - ??"" THE Fountain Beer Hall, Front
street, next to the North Pacific Brew
ery, is the ltreest and fine-t in thucitv.
All kinjs of Beer. Aie at>d Porter for
?ale. Luuch from nine to one o'clock
every day; aiio, fine lunches to order.
ZW Charley Keil, of the Saddle-
Rock Bestiurant, Commercial s*re«t. is
constantly receiving the largest and fin
est flavored oy>ters ever offered for saie
in this city. OrJers from a distance
promptlv filled in every s'yle.
HOT Boston brown bread delivered
Sunday mornings. Plcaso leav* your
orders at PIPER'S. nlGdtf
MIBCBLL A NEOUB.
SEATTLE, W. T
N-RW WORK MADE TO ORDER.—HEPAIR
log of all descriptions neatly done, mr'^
Seattle, W. T.
We would sanoon-e the receipt of our
FALL AND WINTER
Which ire cflfar at the lowest pos-ib'e prices; co%
DRESS, ttOODS, MILKS,
CLOAKS. AND SHAWLS, HOSIERY, EMI 80ID
ERY, BLANKETS, CLOTHS, CAS£IMEUE3,
CAKI'ET.S, OIL CIOTII. WALL
PAP*!it, PISST QUALITY
BOOT*, SHOE.?, A
—AI SO —
A COMPLETE LINE Of DURABLE AND FIXE
CLOTHING, H.vT', L'NDEItWEAR,
At plaiß, unmistakable low t.rbea.
Seat'le, Oc'ober 10, 1873.
C. P.STONE & Co's
Front Street. novX-dlf
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS MADE ARRANGE
MENTS BY WHICH TIIERK WILL BE
Two Days Racing,
In which all f*«t horses In th« Territory are de
sired to take part. The raring season will com
mence on and continue through
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY,
November 22d and 23d,
SEATTLE RACE COURSE.
Among the races arranged for tbat occasion
will be. Friday forenoon, a single dash ta»lf-*iiU
running race. Free to all; purse $150; horses to
carry catch weights.
On Sstnrday forenoon, a running race, best two
In three, one mile heats. Free for all; parte
$150; catch Weights.
And Saturday afternoon, • running race, best
two in three, one-ha f mile beats. For three
year-olds, Washington Territory bred; purses
$160; horses to carry 80 pr.utds.
In all the above rac»s 25 per cent, of the gross
amount of parse* offered in esch race will be
charged as an entrance fee for the aame. Two
thirds I the pur»e given to best hnrse; one-third
to second be»t. AH the rsces to be governed by
the National ltules, which will be strictly carried
All entries mnst be made and entrance money
put up b7 Wednesday evening, Nov 20. 1878.
octlO-diwlm Proprietor Beattle Track.
\NEW STANDARD OROAN. FCR CASH OR
on Installment plan, cheap, at Charles
Naeher'g Jewelry Store. novll-aim
Freeport and Alki Point
SUPERIOR BRICKS ALWAYS ON HAND ON
ORAWFCBt 4 UARRINOTOS'9 WHAB/.
For sal* by JOHN KEEN AN. and at the Yard.
MMlf JACOB R. OLSEN.
(Direct frota the East;
Has permanen'ly established DRESS MAKINQ
at thla place, and respectfully solicits the pratoo
age of the ladles of Seattle.
Renm*.—Co! man'a Block, corner Commercia
and Mill streets.
Goaruteod in and Prices.
A Nicely FarHUhed Bis—.
Oa Xrrioo street. between Second and Tkiid.
For siniMlin enquire of lev, J. A. Wirth.or at
thia eOoe. aov«dtf
M ISCF.LLA NROUt^mi
G UN SMITHING
General Job Work
HENDRICKS & CURTIS' SHOP
Opposite Odd Fellows Hall,
Front street, Seattle. W. T.
nor 2 At f
KAUFMAN & BLFMQIIST,
BOOT ANO SHOE STORE,
On Front Street.
HAVE JCST UECEIVFD FROM THE
Faetor.v in JPliitmlolpliiu
A Large and Srlet Puck of
Ladies' and Childrens' Shoes
Of thj Best Quality and L'test S'tles ever brought
to Seat 'e. I'ltas" Ci 1 »nd examine our *«ol«, lud
you will find we sell cheiivr acecrdios to quality,
tban a: y ot'ier htuse in tie city.
GENTS' CUSTOM WORK
Made to Order.
Ordeisf.-oic aboad promptly afterd?d ti,
Rooms to Rent
HOUSES TO RENT
Lots and Farms for Sale
and for Lease.
Abstracts of Title and Deeds:
Made up on reasonable tei-ms.
Orders Received for Grading and Clearing !
of Lots and Streets.
Apply oyer »rug Btoro, opposite Oorldantal
Hotel *.lll strctti.
R. D. PITT.
COAT. TAR IN ANY QUANTITX FOR SALE
San Francisco Price.
Apply at Worts of
a23*ltf SEATTLE OAS LIGHT CO.
| DEXTER HORTOir & CO.
SEATTLE, W. T.
DEPOSITS RECFIVED AND ACCOUNTS KEPT
SUBJECT TO CHECK OR ORAIT.
Sight Exchange acd Telegraphic Transfer on San
Fraucisco, Portland and New Yoik.
Sight and Sixtr-day bill? of Exchange drawn Id
! iuts to «uit direct oa London, arallalle anywhere
| in Kurope.
Money loaned on approved security.
Bonds. Ftocks, and other raluables reccirel on
I deposit for la'e iepinj.
Collections made and proceeds promptly remitted.
HOUSE FOR RENT.
A Kent Dwelling; House
On Second s'reet. north of the old Coal Road.
' Five Ro<>ms, lir proved Qir.ttn Lot. Well of Wa.
ter, and flue ri. w Terms reasonable.
Apply at this office novTdtf
C. L. MITCHELL,
v_ r ji /
mscFAcrcEE* AND DKILU I* nur CLIBS
I HARNESS m SADDLERY
Kill Street, bet. First and Second,
SEATTLE, W. T.
Saddles, Bridles, Harness,
And everything appertaining to the trade con
stantly on h nd.
Carriage Trimming Done to Order,
And prompt *tt ntioc given to al I orJers fur
New Work «>r Repairing. novldfcwtf
ATTORNEY FOR U. S. CLAIMS
Washington St., Seattle, W. T.
SOLDIERS' AND BAILORS* CLAlMS.—Arnara
of Pay, Pensions, Bounty Honey. Land Warrants,
Prise Money, Pay for nae and rtak of Hcraee, sad
Horses lost tn tht Service, collected from the
WAR OF 1811 SOLDIERS AND SAILORS, who
served 14 days, and th-ir widows, are now en-
S titled to a pension of $x per month.
CNITED STATES GENERAL LAND OFFICE.
Contested Land Cases. Private Land Claims,
X ning, Preemption, and Hoawtud Cases,
prosecuted before the General Land Office and
Department of the Interior Send stamp, and a
full reply after examination will be given. Pre.
emptlon papers prepared.
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE for Seattle Pre
duct, W T.
Bwtaaas «t NOTARY PUBLIC promptly at*
P. W. WALD.
(Successor to Wusthoff A Wala),
® -M f! - - •
3 <i • 4
CRAWFORD & HARRIMt.TON.
IMPOSTEIIS AND JOEIEBS
SEATTLE. W. T.
The Finest Stock on Puget Sound of
IRON AND STEEL,
Tools and Implements of All K^lnJa
CROCKERY Sc GLASSWARE,
Paints, (Oils and Glass,
Foreign and Domestic
Wines, Liquors and Cigars,
LIME, PLASTER, BRICK, CEMENT, &C,
Fish Bros. &Co.'s Celebrated Wagons,
BOCA BREWING CO.,
IMPERIAL NORTHERN AND QUEEN INSURANCE CO.
OP LONDON AND LIVERPOOL.
Aggregate Capital $33,000,000
Crawford & Harrington,
COMMERCIAL STREET, - SEATTLE, W. T.
IS YOUR PROPERTY INSURED?
IF NOT, WHY MOT?
•roHur aa. niIAMCHA »]»,
Agent for Seattle and Vicinity for the
XORTH BRITISH A XESCAMTILK. of London and Edinburg,
The fiERKAN AXERICAH, of 3tew York,
The PHiEXIX, of Hartford,
And the HOME, of New York,
™ „ Fi « lnß ? rftnce °? Dwe,,in 8« "d Furniture, Btorea and Merchandise, Grain
Mtlla, Manufactures, Ac. at moderate ratea.
JOHN M. BLANCHARD.
atl , Reaident Agent Seattle, W. T.
OOTI-dU (SUCCMSOK TO MCIACQBT A LUST.)
H. W. ROWLAND
FIRE AND MARINE
Seattle, • Wash. Ter'y.
UNION FIRE AND MARINE t
ST. PAUL FIRE AND MARINE .77. IIW * i
NEW ORLEANS ASSOCIATION 1850
ST. JOSEPH HUE AND MARINE ........I*7
AMEB CAN CENTRAL
NEW ZE >I.ANO FIRE AND MARINE V.IW9
LA CAISHE OENERALE ..... . . ".IS3*
ST NDABD S ST.'SS
Policies tuned on desirable property it fair rates. Losses equlUblj sdjnsted and promptly psld.
H. W. ROWLAND.
Slfcdswtf SEATTLE DBPO STORE.
Cork Sole Boots and Shoes.
They are Superior in Workmanship and Durability to any other
make. Just what vou want for winter wear
. H. JONES,
octldtf Occidental Square.
FOR RERT_OR SALE.
A CENTRAL DEBHUBLE DWELLING OF SIX
B»mt, conihMta} • batiiid r.eu of the
Ur Corner of F fUI u4 Trince kinm.
Apply loin. Hall, e»tr Cbiltorg'i «tore, or Mri.
A. fcidd. New E inland Hotel. oalfMlm
ON AND AFTER THE FIRST DAY OF NO
▼ember BO eredu will be allowed it mjr bar.
Cub nut accompany every order.
Oct. 36,1871 «WU*
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