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THE DAILY INTELLIGENCER.
VOL. VII.
THE i\muui;\(Fß.
Office-Front Street, Foot of Cherry.
RATK9 Of Al>\ BtTISWO
One squaw. (onein--horlMii.lstJoiwrtioii.il 00
EACH subsequent ILV rtion.
Heading notice* per lino —... •...
Hy t!ie year or <joart.-r at r*"lJ"«l r»» a.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
.T. It. LEWIS.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Ot rtcs-Dotler** Building. H <>tne « aa-t 15.
-tr+nt, OCCIDENTAL H
BBATTLE, WASHISOTO* TEERTITOK^^
8. C. HYDE,
Attorney and Counsellor at law
SEATTLE, W. T.
OfU* ofa Coniif Tciil we*t
O. JACOBS,
Attorney and Counsellor at law
j>rom|>tl3f attended t«.
„ .. «.*«>. "***
STRUVE 4 LEARY,
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW
BKATTLK. w. T.
umoe o« Con.Uiercliil Street.
th« M>» formerly occupied by
L«»*ry.
IKVIMs BALLARD.
'KaTLS. WASH, IEU
sIU -itKiiU 2. DUyitcb Building. Oppo«U«
Occidental Ifotel.
J..U MCNAUOUT. Jottcru K. MOHACQHT.
McNAUUHT BROS.
VITORMIVS - AT-L.4W,
4KATTLE, W. T..
IjHire in the balldlag forui»rlj occupied ly
MclUught k 3 JU
c U. WMUt. c. a- MA* roan.
t.ABBABEE & HANFORD,
COUNSELLORS
—AWI>—
Attornevs - at - Law
HKATTI.K. W. T.
Ofllfle up »talr» In OOIIUAII'* Building.
iWJ-oiy
M&V CALHOUN.
/boattlo, W. T.
OHIO# No. ». DUpatcb nnlldlug, oppo«iu Ocrl
d(«util llutol.
ORS. A. * H. 8. BMJLEY.
ItoimropalhiHtf**
SEATTLE. W. T.
,»H H. H BAOI.EY, IATK PHOrEHHOK OT
1/ VrlnelpW mtid Practlo# of Burgerr H> *{>•
Michigan Oeutral o«ill*K*. will u«»k»
Oi)er»tt»e 9urgorY»n I Xu'gl<:«l Pl»e*a< » • »i><H , tal
p . ami wilt alt-ud lo raits In any part of th»
Wound. dIW
DR. G. A. WEED,
SUKUKON AND PHYSICIAN,
(SEATTLE. W. T.
ORira lion™ it oflloa on Commercial rtrart,
. >mt llerrtu k atlrt.l#r'» l)ru« Htura. frrnu 10 to
A. and AT rwaldeooa, ooruer of Madison and
fecond atreeU. froiu I to 3 F. M.
DENTISTRY.
- ■» t im j a. obaiwk, PEirrisrjor
> flrs t„ P Hmttli A Jewel
rjr s»t>T», Suillraa's Block, Seattle.
W. T. All work K .»rt» tr*£.
fcS/k J. S. M AGGS
Dontlat,
OFFICE;, MILL STREET,
• vnr 8a I. le anil H*rr.ea« Htora, EAST OP OO-
U1 DENTAL HOTIX. OS.
MEDir.ll, ELEtTRiriTY!
1 ELECTRICITY, OP TIIK DIFFERENT COM
JLj blnatlona and forvee. tf ralioually applied
will cure the moat atutfc.ru ia»*a of
CHRONIC DISEASES.
d to SubatanUate thla I offer to Uka caMra b)
contract If drain d
Office ou Commercial *lrwt, oppoaita i ota
bachar'a atore, Seattle, W. T.
JalO-Jtf 11. DO AXE, ElMlrlrlu.
LOAN AND SAVINGS
—ANI»—
ABSTRACT OFFICE
Money Received is jum» of $5 end upwards aad
Loaned only os first-clm Mortgage
Security.
lutere*t papable aeiui annually, on Brat J»ja ol
January and July.
W* bare a COMPLETE ABSTRACT OF TITLE!
to ail laa.U In Heattle and Sing County, and
make a aprctalty of i~onv»yaiiclii| aaJ maklui
of Utla.
Taioa paid for ■<>«miilnu. Pre-euipUoi
and Houieetead ]>aper* mide for erttUrc.
MACKINTOSH t REEVES.
ruti''-tl&wtf
I . H. HARKJim
MONEY EXCHANGE,
Mill Sirtct, oppotiU tfts Piwtofit*.
Got I, Kiltrer and k» bought »itJ *>ld al
tlie >ery U>w<*t rate* of *icluac«-
ALaO OS «4LR TVS
Choicest Brands of Cigars and Tobacco.
jeMtf
Tir«MA.
A correspondent of the Han Fran
ciico ChronirU, who parted over the
Sound country not long since, concludes
a lengthy article on Tacoma, it* advan
tage*, poa*:blo future, A"., aa follows:
The charter of the Northern Pacifiu
Uailroad Company provides for two
routes from tho Eastern border of the-
Territory to Sound, one being
sub*ti*ritia'.ly »l<-ng the north bank of
tlie Columbia river uutil the western
cide of the Cascade Mountains i* reach
ed and thei.oe north: AND the other IU a
northwesterly direction through some
feasible pa** to the fjouud. They have
built an I are now operating a portion
of the tir*t described line, namely,
from Kalama on the Columbia river
•{<) mile* below Portland, north
miles to Tacoma' Another r>iecei>f road
ol m lei m length, »as b'li.t two year>>
sj(o from tin* place ea*tward up the
Puyallup Va by in the direction of M*.
Uamer. Tlie engioe-house unl machine
shop* f'«r op ra'ing the road* are b>ca
ted at the chi**en terminus. Then there
aro costly wharves, a large warehouse or
freight depot, the hotel aforementioned,
a very substantial and elaborate c«x*l
wharf for loading vessels from the cars,
built up-iB copper covered piles, and
pronounced the best on the Pacific
coast, nnd many minor evidences of the
use of railroal money. The general
offices of the company for the Pacific
Division are located here. IJ'gh lip in
the towu stands a large building erect
ed for the use of the company's Land
Commissioner. The railroad owns ul
uiost the entire water front of the Ta
coma side ot the biy several miles iu
extent, and also holds a controliug in
terest in tho Tacoma Laud Company.
The land company was organized for
dealing iu town lots and in lands con- >
tiguous to the town, and tends to a
business of many million*
fence, in the matter ot real estate
alone, no town on the Sound could offer
inducements of value at all approaching
the interesti of the railroad at this
point. The stock of this land company,
other th»n the .'>l j»er c nt held by tlie
railr..a I n* u< or potation, is owned by
member* <d tie railroad ottmpuuv irnii
viduslly, and it does not semi likely
tlirrt'loce, thttt the t*'iminal business of
the roait will lie diverte I t>> some other
point. Hut if they b»ve in the pa«t
been at lil»ertv to ?-tiitt about lor pur
p.me of land specnl ition. nuture seems
t > have pronounced her tint against it
for the future through the discovery cf
iiumenxo deposits of bituminous cou! on
tlie projected line eastward across the
mountain* and only about thirty miles
distant fromTacom i. As hcariug upon
the future prosperity of this coast, it is j
not extravagant to say that no t»ody of
mineral, not excepting the accursed
Coinstoek lode, has over been disoov- !
ered equal iu importance to these coal
measures The Pacific coast, and !
chiefly California, now sends annually
to the East for its iron ten millions of I
dollars. The opening of these coal
mines will shortly stop that immense
drain, because from this coal may be
produced colte equal to tho best Eng
lish coke, which sell* in the market of
San Francisco for nbout sll per ton by
tho cargo, aud superior even to the
Pennsylvania coke, which is brought
by rail as far west as Eureka. Nev ,
at a cost of #:!."» per ton for smelting
ores. Coke, it seems not to be gener
ally k nowu, i* ra lidly supplanting an
thracite coal for
SMKI.TIXO rt'IUoSKK,
There l>eiug a sawing over Anthracite* of
g'2 on tbo ton of iron ant) the product
also being of a better quality when
mado by coke. The importance of this
discovery to California would seem to ;
justify tbe use of a littlo space in de- !
scribing the location and iu showing,
by comparison with other mines, the
most remarkable veins of coal as well ic ■
quality as size that have ever been de
veloped either in England or America.
To fix approximately iu the mind, with
out consulting your map, the position
of tLis field iu relation to Tacotua, you
may imagine Pnget Sound, or rather
the portion of it known as Admiralty
Inlet, to be a long narrow sheet of wa- ;
ter having a general direction north and
sooth parallel to the mountain range on ;
the east an J the ocean on the west, so
that in regarding it from the south your
line of vision may be imagined to
travel its entire length northward.
Commencement Bay is a small arm of,
the inlet making southeastward, on the
southern shore of which is/TaeOma. As
yon stand on the water front of Taco
iua facing the northeast there looms op
to the right like a great sugar loaf at a
distance of fifty miles the montter spec
tral presence of Mount Kanier, de
scribed by
AS KLOQT'ENT LOCAL STATESMAN
As "clothed in a verdure of perpetual
snow." the top of whose highest peak
is nearly three milts above the level of
the sea, and whose troxen sides are bur
dened with fourteen living glaciers,
some of which are ten miles in length,
from two to tour miles iu width and
thousands of feet in deptb. From the
direction of this mountain to Tacoma
flows Puyallup river, through the rich
valley and Indian Reservation of that
name. Some sixteen tuiles up from
Tacoma it receives the waters of its
main tributary, named Carbon river,
flowing directly from and fed by a gla
cier upon the mountain. In this region
it was, to the north and west of tbe
mountain and within an hour by rail of
Tacoma. that the upheaval o: the Cas
cade range laid bare the croppiugs of
coal beds that are supposed not only to
underlie Puget Sound basin, but to ex
teud westward and at great depth un
der the ocean and tar eastward of the
mountains. Two years ago the rail
ioad company built tbe road referred
to above, of thirty-one miles in length
to Wilkeson Station, with the view of
obtaining coal, and make other tu«4
extensive preparations. They opened a
mine at Wilkeson, but »ere unfortunate
in beginning on the edge of tbe forma
tion at a point where tbe measures were
broken and irregular, and mixed with
bone and alate. Aftar expending a large
SEATTLE, WASHINGTON TERRITORY, SUNDAY, JULY 27, 1579.
sum of money in running a tunnel an 1
Mope, they cetsed operations on the
J4:h of Miy la«t. Likewise unfortu
nate was E. S. Smith, who opened a
mine near that of the company and
who also ha- suspended work. But
higher up in the foothill* and at a dis
tance of two miles southwest from Wil
kei»on Station, prospector* discovered
the reiily valuable bcls cropping out
on the »; k-s of high bluffs woere Car
l»on river ha l cut its way through the j
hill* to a depth of t»9O feet. The ground
b'-'p ha- been prospeotel acd the rich
veir»'. r. and unbroken, traced for
several miles on the side ot' the canyon,
lying vem upon vein to the r«amber of
fourteen of extraordinary thickness,
dipping to the eas* and upheaved to an
angle of from to io degrees—this in
the in id -t of one of the wild at re
gions on the continent, covered by a
del »•; forest of tir, pine and cedar, the
trees of which, ranging in bight from
2'Mi t > 400 feet, were monsters when yet
th« CUek Prince wis in swaddling
cl.Kbes. Wild and rough as is the j
country here, it i* easy of access by a
railroad fr<>m Wilkeson, and the forma
tion of the ground present* no difficul
ties, but on the contrary is adjudged by
expert* to favor
THE ( HEAI KBT MINIXQ
On the coast. Such is tbe position of
these veins that tbe quantity of coal in
it Approximately calculable to
mining experts, who have estimated
th».t they contain nearly thirty millions
of tons above high-water mark or drain
age line. The value of this fact bus
reference t > the cheapness of mining,
since above the liDe of drainage coal
can be mined without the expense of
pumping By aoalysis and practical
te>ts this coal has been proved superior
to any in the market superior
to, though closely resembling
the renowned Cumberland coal,
which commands sl6 per ton in
San Francisco, where it is used chit fly
for forging Your correspondent, by
lal>orious an 1 somewhat da»ig*riu*
visited the outoroppings of
t*>e pru cipal veins on Carbon river
bluffs, iu comfrnny with Professor Haw
kit a of the University of California ard
others, tin ling a vein of '2l feet, with 'J
feet 2 inches, of dean sand rock partings,
leaving over 18 feet of workable coal;
another of 14 feet of s<>liil coal, with
out partings ; another of 20 feet of pure
coal, and yet others of lesser size, tbe
smallest U>ii.g il'a f«et in thicknoss.
The superior quality of this coal being
pla • d beyond question, we may fairly
appreciate the wealth of these veins by
comparison with those of other foreign
an I domestic mines as to s'ze. A vein
of three to five feet is regarded as of
good workable size. The South Wel
lington of Vancouver, which recently
made its first shipment, has but one vein
of "J fe«t. and its owners bavo expended
ab jut ♦ 130.000 and several years of time
iu opening it. The Soattle brown coal,
a pure nnd good lignite*, but no u-e
comparable to bituminous coal,is taken
from a vein of 11 feet, whose partings
reduce it at the present time to feet
of workable coal. That comyany ex
pende<lj|4oo,ooo to open this vein, and
have made a success of it. The aggre
gate thickn ss of the workable coal iu
the Carbon river coal veins is 121 fe~'t,
and their roofs, floors and partings, in
stead of being slate and shale, as in
many other mines, are of solid sand rock.
The presence of shale and slate parting
is damaging, sometimes ruinous, to coal
veins, as tbe coal is not, without costly
labor, entirely separable from sucb
brittle and crumbling partings. The
average thickness of the workable coal
in the Mount Diablo mine is but 0 feet;
ot
THE COOS ISA 1 MINKS
But 4feel; of Wellington and Na
naimo, British Columbia, only 9 feet.
These aro the principal Pacific coast
mines. Kxtending tbe comparison to
Eastern and English mines, we find the
Average tbiekueas of the famous anthra*
cite coal field of Pennsylvania to be 60
feet —the largest coal field known iu the
United States, except this newly-discov
ered field on Carbon river, which is
more'thau twice its thickness. Tbe av
erage thickness of all the English coal
fields developed is but 35 feet. Pro
fessor Hawkins pronounoed tbe Carbon
river veins tbe most remarkable in size
of all that were known to him. Re
ceutly Mr. Shattuck, under whr.se man
agement the Seattle coal found success
ful competition, after visiting Carbon
river, stated to the writer his opinion
that tho Carlton river eoala would soon,
it properly handled, drive all other
coats out of ihe market, not excepting
Seattle. The nearest outlet to deep
water for this coal is at Tacoma, and it
would insure the building of a large
town there, independently of tbe
Northern Paoific road. Not only so,
but there is the dependent iron iutereat.
Within a short distance of the supposed
coal veins there ia an incxhaustable
supply of ore or brown hematite.
Over south of Mount Kanier, in the
neighborhood of the Cowlitz Pass, and
on tbe projected line of railroad, lie
great quantities of rich magnetio iron
ore. which will be Vransj'orted for mix
ture with the other ore near the coal,
and here will in time develop an im
mense smelting industry. Lime rock
for fluxiug is near at hand. Close to
Aldirton station is a large deposit of
coralline of lime, so called from its
close resemblance to coral. Observing
it. freighted on platform cars through
Tacoma. upon iuqairy I was told that
they were sending it to tbe Oswego Iron
Smilting Works near Portland, where
it w as used for flux in preference to all
other lime rock, on account of its supe
rior purity and tenacity. The lime pro
duced from it is whiter than any other
I have seen It makts a better finish
and is reported to be superior as a ce
ment aud easily worked. It is now in
THE OBEGoy M \RkET,
Taking the place of all other lime,
about 3000 barrels having already been
sent there. Walls finished with this
lime become remarkably white. A
builder tells me that a barrel of plaster
of Paris mixed with it in tbe usual pro
portions will work 500 square yards, as
against 300 yards when other lias* is
used. The mining and handling of
coal in shipment, the burning of coke,
and tbe mining, smelting ar«l handling
of in>n will gather here a
large laboring population, not to men
tiou tne manufat turc of steel, cutlery,
farming implements, engines, and all
kin 1« of machinery which will follow,
and for which there will be a demani
in the regions of fertile country
cast of tLe mountain* now being opened
up to agriculture. No one will donbt
that the real terminus of the railroad
will bi' where the greatest amount of
business cm be d.;ne. Tbe coal, iron
and manufactures s<t*le tbe ijti >ti >n.
When, upon the completion of the
road, the ftrmers ship their produce to
Puget Souul, the cars will not return
empty, as to the Sin Joaquiu Valley,
lint will be lidtu with coal, all kinds
of uiantif.ictured in«u and lninber (f >r
much of the interior is prairie devoid
of timber.) lime, pottery, farming im
pl« etc. The freightage on out
going grain will in consequence be
light. T tie greategi amount of return
freight will therefore be found at Ta
coma, and there will be the rc<l termi
nus—the great city of the Tcr .-ui)--
let their nominal terminus be where it
may. In short, the plain interest of
the railroad fetters it to this ypot, and
stamps the question of tetminus as res
adjadicata. One further important
circumstance bearing on this subject is
that Tacoma is tho nearest point to
deep water on Puget Sound to the
Cowlitz Pass, through which it has
b*en decided to contruct the railroad.
This pass ia to the south of Mount Ul
nar about twenty miles, and was re
cently discovered as feasible, and sur- ,
veved in March. 187$. Its greatest
altitude is lesa than 4100 feet. Such is
the genoraj outlook for Tacoma But
it would not be just to omit the warn
ing tbat its immediate prospects are
not such as to invite laborers or any
class seeking mercantile or professional
business The stirring business times
will legin when the company renews
the construction of its road in tho di
rection of the Cowlitz Pass.
The New York llerall thinds there
would be a i»ood deal more fishing if
they wou'd oulv bring the p .od* into
town.
HOTELS, Ac.,
MARIETTA HOTEL
La Conner, W. T.
' MILTON B. COOK, Proprietor.
TIIH HOCSE IS NEW AND NEWLY FURNISH FD,
(JOOD ACCOMMODATIONS,
With the Comforts ot a Private House.
THE T»B'A WILL L>E FONND UNEXCEPTIONABLE. THE
BAR IS FURNISHED WITH THE BURNT WINE*, LIQUORS
AND CIGARS. IT HA« A UCLL-FLTTED
I
UILL.IARD ITOOM
FURNISHED WITLI THE BEAT MOD' RN TABLES.
NOTHING WILL LIE LEFT UNDONE IN CUR EFFORTS TO
MAKE THE RUSHIM COMFORTABLE.
TK&XA UOVfAkTK. M3-D*W I>-
ORIENTAL HOTEL
TEMPERANCE HOUSE,
N. I.OLLN, PROPRIETOR.
' SECOND STREET, - SEATTLE, W. T.
This Hotel is newly built, herd-ftnlsbed, and
elegantly furalehed reoina in auita or single.
MEAW, « CENTS, • LODGINGS, S3 CENTS
Board and Lodgls? by ths Wetk very reasonable.
This house is conducted on flrat-clasa princi
ples, and every attention will be paid to patrons.
Baggage conveyed to and from the House free
of charge.
no ciinfAlien nmoTU.
OCCIDENTAL
HOTE£
SEATTLE, W. T-,
BOARD AND LODGING AT
MODERATE RATES.
This is the Largest Hotel
North of San Francisco,
And is
FIRST-OIjASS
In all Respects.
FREE COACH TO ISD FtOX THE HOLSE.
JOHN COLLINS & CO.,
jel PKOPRIETOBB.
NEW ENGLAND
Iff OTC Vi
Corner Commercial & Main Sis.,
Seattle, W. T.
THE NEW ENGLAND iittTJ
and Its accommodations fa* families are a nam
This Boom is NEWLT BUILT, is HARD FTN
MED throughout, has large and well famish*
Ism, and ant slase board, on the
European Plan,
mm be had at moderate prices.
IT I ft THE
Best Hotel in the City,
L. C. HARMON,
ml-tf. Proprietor.
MISCELLANEOUS.
TO INTELLIGENCER PATRONS.
All moneys due the IsrELUOEXcuK
f>r existing subscriptions to either
DAILY OR WEEKLY are payable to S.
I. Crawford an 1 tho uudcrsigne 1 alone,
or to their order.
Also, all monty* due for advertising
in cither DAILY or WEFKLY since the
1-t of May.
Payment* made to anyone other
than a* here indie»ted are made at tbe
ri-<k of th* person paying.
Tnon. \\". pßoscn,
15u>ini»s Mmager. INTELLIGENCES
Publishing Company.
Sertie. Miv, IB7y.
S. BAXTER A,CO.
IMPORTERS OF
FOJEI E I O- IST
Wines and Liquors,
AND WHOLESALE DKAI.EK3 IN
Domestic Wines,
Liquors, Cigars,
and Tobacco
EXTORTERS OF
Wool. Hiden, Far)*, Urala, Po
tatoes*. Hop**, Ac., Ac.
Offer for «»!e to »h« tr»de only, it Wholesale
price*, to arrivc per BrltuOi Ship Golden Qiir,
now due from Liverpool to S»n FranriHOo, and
other vesKlß to follow, In Bond or Duty paid:
100 Cases * Hennessy Brandy,
20 Cases + * * "
100 Cases * Martell "
20 Cases Holland Red Case (Gin,
50 Cases Fine Old Tom Gin,
50 Casks Guinness' Porter, quarts
and pints,
50 Capks Bass' Pale Ale, quarts
and pints,
10 Octaves Fine Old Martell
Brandy,
10 Octaves Fine Old Hennessy
Brandy,
5 Octaves Holland Gin,
5 Octaves Fine Old Islay Scotch
Whisky,
Fine Old Port and Sherry Wines.
Wc »1«> have constantly on hand a full linaof
fine 01.1 l BoI'RBOS WHISKIES and other DO
MESTIC LIQI'ORS which we offer to the trade at
San FrauciHco prices.
•sr Agents for state Investment *nd
Insurance Company-Fire and Ma
i rine.
ENT A BLINKED
L. REINIG.
SEATTLE BAKEKY,
Wholesale anil Rut all Denier la J
GROCERIES,
PROVISIONS,
FRUIT.
VEGETABLES,
BREAD, CAKE. CRACKERS, ETC
Oo.»ds delivered to *ll part* of the city
free of ckirge.
FRESH BREAD DELIVERED
EVERY MORNING I
ttf Hoi Bread anil Brown Bread fwy Sunday
■•ruing my»-dtf
JACOB LEVY,
Tailoring, Cleaning and Repairing
CASH PAID FOR
SECOND-HAND CLOTHING'
BLANKETS.
Watches and Jewel* y.
Commercial Rtiwt, between Washington lad
Main, Seattle. W. T.
■lMkvtr
160 ACRES
—OF—
CHOICE LAND FOR SILK.
SITI'ATED BETWEEN TIIE NORTH ANDSOCTH
FORE OP THE
MKAUIT RIVER,
Being tt.< SEl* of Sc . U Tp. 23 N. B 3 E: located
oil what U known as Dry S.ough. A fresh water
•lou.h rcnn through It Id an easterly direction,
and It ii> above high water. There is • lumber
bou«e, a 1 cabin, and good hay abed on the
preml*.-*; three acre* of meadow, and Afteen
aiw or more ►lashed and burned. Steamboat
navigation at high ti4<-. School within reason
able distance.
Tor farther particular* lcjnire of the sub
ftcriuer at Mnkllteo, or to Thomas Hajton on the
adjoining premises,
myft-davtf M. H. 7BOST.
LANDS! LANDS!! LANDS!!!
rpHE CITIZENS OF WaSHIXOTON TERRI-
X tnry are informed thai I am selling it-
PPROTED SOLDIERS ADDITIONAL HOME
STEADS. at the rates following:
Piece* containing 40 and iK acres each at 93 T$
per acre.
Forty acr* ptecea at t3 30 per acre.
Fraction* below forty acre* S3 75 per acre.
All claims warranted and aatiafanion guaran
teed. Hooey to be remitted In adTsace, All mj
claims are certified by the Commissioner of the
Ufaml Land Office.
J. THOMAS TIBKEB.
Attorney-a!-U« and General Claim Agent,
Corner Seventh and E Streets, Northwest Vaak
lngtoa. D. C. al-dAwtf
WADDELL & MILES
WHOLESALE AND DETAIL DEALEIiS IN
Ranges, Cook, Parlor and Box
S T O "V EJ S,
Brass
Goods,
Pumps,
Copper,
Lead and
Iron Pipe,
Pipe
Fittings,
(UarrlpllMa.
Steam
MALEABLE IRON FITTINGS.
l*luual»!ii|r, Copp«r-HmithlM|f,
WTEAM AN I> GAM FITTING.
Call and oiamlae th« KRAXCOM4 RANUK i Hlngl* anil Double » rM ian
linprovemwat «*rr all olbrra.
Ag»ii,a fer th« celebrated Superior Stoves, »h« b*«t sold on the Pacific Ooaat. All plat*a
warranted not to cracfc by Ait. Klre-back» warranted to laat flv«* year*.
ILL JOi WORK SUTLT (IKCTI'ID, AMD ORPKR.H »*OH ISRO.tO rilDrTI T nillD,
Mill Street. S63ttl3i T. my.HiUwtt
HU Y VO MI JK
DRV GOODS mil CLOTHING
—A r r-
THE -A.RC
BOYD, PONCIN & YOUNG,
Front Street, Seattle, W. T.
ItbUif
OLORE & W UNDER,
MANUFACTURERS VV AND DEALERS IN
FURNITURE!
Tbe tuoat oample stock of dSMfeft MIRRORS,
PARLOR, ' m WINDOW BHAPKB.
DININd ROOM, | t SPRING KIXTI'IIKS
Md CHAMBER BMP ■ " V I'ICTI'HK MOt'LDINO
FCRNITURE CHILDKEH'H
la Washington Territory, 7", CARRIAGES,
Also. Fancy CablustL In aFlratClaaa Par'
War*. Parlor Brackete.aj^PßßH^* o>tur * Mtor«, which w*
Wall Pockets, Book^ at prices that llffj
Shelve*. 4c.. Ac., * CompclUlaa
Mill Street, corner of Second, opposite Occidental Hotel.
IS TOUR PROPERTY INSURED?
IP NOT, WHY NOT?
WW CMKIV IE.
Agent for Seattle and Vicinity for tho
NORTH BRITINII A HKRCIXTILi; of London and Edinhurg,
The CJEKJIAX AUKRR'AX, of New York.
The PH4KNIX, of Hartford.
And the HOIK, of New V..rk,
INSURANCE COMPANIES.
Fire Inaaranca on Dwellings and Furnilnre, StoreH and Merchandise, Grain
Mills, Mannfactoree, Ac. at moderate rates.
JOHN M. BLANCHARO,
Resident Agent Seattle, W. T.
n»W-dlf ttrccnuma to a LIA*T. )
SAMUEL ZKJSITIJTBY,
immr k mc J» 3W OP AI Mu « JW
HA* ON HAND A CHOICK ASSORTMENT OK
GENTS' SUITS AND FURNISHING GOODS.
ALJIO—
g T -It. filii.i. BroKani. Mubbrr Uuudi, Ltdlri' and JHw.' flallan,
And la riantrll~a tbmwttta a toe aaaortmant of Foralfn and DomaaUc Caaalmaraa, Doaakina
B«trtn, he., fee., which ha will maha to o*d" »« Idrtog Hataa.
COMMERCIAI. JTIIEET. SEATTLE. AT TA« OLD !*t»»D or CaUMU A CLASS. jeSdtf
• r. COLLIER, O.
UNDERTAKERS
dAVi. THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE
LTOCE OK
UNDERTAKER S GOODS
I» TBI CUT.
Caaketa -tn'] C Bru furnished at rea«oo«>.le price*
and 00 >b«rt none-
Hearse furniabed aod aerric-e rendered at fut:er<i»
it tbe lowe-t rate*.
flaijui Lm-Cnui itiw, PUT-tla.
t|D ilttK
FUEL FOR SOUND STEAMERS.
SEATTLE NUT COAL
At $2 Per Ton,
bCUVKRED ON BOARD WTTHOCT A MOMENT**
DEL*R PROM BCNKERH ESPECIALLY
CuJi.iTEL'CTED TO ACCOM MO
DATE SOCSD FTEAMERH.
Save titae and meaey by
B. a * T CC. at Seattle.: <T« <iil
MISCELLANEOUS
NOTICE TO THK
TRAVELING PUBLIC
DAVID MGRBIS HAVING HECIRED A
Comrrd Carrlagr, la prepared to receivo
onler* aod to wait on tbo arrival of boat* for paa
aeugera, or to be at any part of tbo city at any
hour * bed ordered.
Careful Driver and Good Horse*.
Price to or from any part of tbo city to the
boata. 60 Onto por paaoeDger. Price per hour.
One Dollar.
Aiao doe general Eiproaa, Dray anil Truck bua-
Ineaa.
Ordera left at Jack Levy'a promptly attended
to. }a&l7-dtf
T. THOMPSON,
PRACTICAL
OJNMAKER,
COMMERCIAL STREET.
OPPOSITE JENNINGS'.
UATTU, W. *.
NEW WORE MADE TO ORDER.-KEPAIR.
!■( of •'! dMWlptlou aMtly done. uytf
NO. 46.
Tinware,
Japanned
and
Marbl'z'd
Ironware
Kitchen
Utensils
or «u

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