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IHE DAILY INTELLIGENCER.
VOL. VII.
m INTELLIfcEMEt.
Office—Front Street, Foot of Cherry.
RATES OF ADVERTISING:
One h^'iare. (one Inch or less;, Ist Insertion, tl 00
Earb sub-equent Insertion 50
Heading notices per linn 25
By the year or quarter at reduced rate#.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
IRVING BALLARD,
Attorne.ynt-Law.
PRO9ECBTINO ATTORNEY THIRU JUDICIAL
DISTRICT.
Office on Commercial Street. n<st door to
ttchwabacber I ros, A Co.'a, up nUira. oIS-d
C. K. JENNER,
Counselor and Attorney at Law,
Will practice in all the Court* of Washington
Territory.
Office with Judge Jacobs, oa J amen J-treet, '
•cattle, \\. T. olldawlw
.J. It. LEWIM,
attorney at law,
* j
Orri':c -Butler's Bmldlritf, Room* 4 aud 5, Jiues
ktreet, opposite Occidental Hotel.
rIKATTL::, WASHINGTON TERRITORY. f
Jel'J-dtf
S. C. HYDE,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
SEATTLE, W. T.
oillM on Commercial Street, weet tide.
O. JACOBB, I
Attorney and Counsellor at Law ;
ID building formerly occupied bjr T.arrabe* 1
k Hauford, near Occidental Hotel. Business
promptly attended to.
B. 0. STBOVB. JOBK LTMT.
STROVE & LEAR?,
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW
HEATTLE, W. T.
OlUce on Commercial Utreet, nearly opposite
Uiu office formerly occupied by McHauglit k
Le»r>. sjj-d.t wtf
UNIT* MONAUUUT. JOBBPH F. MONAUOBT.
McNAUGIIT BROS.
VrrORXEYSATLAW,
aCAYTLK, W. T.,
UDloo on Klrnt Kl xir In (J.iliinu'n Urlok Block.
Kntrauuo t/b Commercial Street.
DR. E. L. SMITH.
OP KlCK—Colu»*i»*e llallillnjf, cor. Mill
untl CiMiimrrcliil ftlMta
OflUc bourn, '2 to 3 p. u.
ltusiilrure corner Mill and Commercial Hta-eta.
ott-dtf
DR. G. A. WEED,
nukukon and physician,
SEATTLE, W. T.
Sullivan's Block:, up Stairs.
Oiflco liouri from 10 A. M. to 2 r. M., and 5 to
7 r. m.
ORS. A. & H. B. BUGLE*.
UomtropathifitSi
SEATTLE. W. T.
| \lt. H. B. IUOLEY, I .ATE PBOFEBSOB OF
I' Principle* and Practice of Surgery 111 the
Michigan Central Miullcal College, will inako
Operative Hurgi'ry and Surgical Dlaeaaaa a apeclal
t),aud will attend to call* la any part of MM
Hound. dlf
IMCiL ELECTRICITY!
or TUB DIFFKKENT COM
-1 j blnatlon* and force*, if ratlouallv applied,
will cure the moot •tuburn caaea of
CHRONIC DISEASES.
dtoSubatantiate tbla I offer to take canu i by
contract if demrad
OOoe on Commercial alive t, oppoolta Bchwa
baohar'a atore, Meat I la, W. T.
MiMtf n. DOANK, Elortrlrlmi.
J- s. MAGGS
Dontlat,
OFFICE, MILL STREET,
Ovw Sal Ma and Haraaaa Store, BAST OF OC
CIDENTAL HOTEL. OS.
DENTISTRY.
raßk Pit. i. O. OBASSE. DENTIST. OF
uffE&K 'lee oyer L. P- Smith A Sou'* Jewel
ry Store, Sullivan'a Block, Seattle.
Al«o ig«st for Cbickerlng k Sou'a Celebrated
«W*.
®. W. RKA,
(Late of San Francisco.)
ARCHITECT AND BUILDER
l"Ua» »ad Specifications of tb# latest atjrle and
""I". 16-dtf
ARTHUR DOYLE,
ARCHITECT.
OFFICE
OCCIDENTAL HOTEL
"MMGNY LODGE NO. 5 K. P.
KEETINd THURSDAY EVENINGS
* *.*•# at
w Masonic iiall.
* l te?S l ir r " * <xx ' atanding arc cvrdially ln
.sua
dressmaking.
OFFERS HKR SERVICES
e *P«*lence4 Dressmaker
s*. w 'th lira. At wood, oa the Mai
"•tg*. «reet, between Columbia and
UMIB
|
BEFOUT: AMD AFTER CAR
RIAGE.
BEFORE.
My Maggie! my beautiful darlicg !
Creep iiito my arms, sweet !
Let me fold you again to tuy bosom—-
So close I can bear your heart be*:.
What ! these Utile finger* betn arwmg?
Oce's pricked by the needle, I see !
These hands shall be kept from such
labor
When once they are given to uie.
All mine, little pet I will shield you
I From trouble anJ lubor and care ;
: I will robe you like some fairy prin
eees,
And jeweia shall gleam in your hair.
Those slippers y"U gave me are per
feet
That d ressing-gown fits to a T !
My darling 11 wonder that Heaven
Should K' vo * ur *h * treasure to iue
Eight nine ton
precious,
Time flies when I am with joi !
It seems but a moment I'fa been here.
And now-must I sty it? Adieu !
AFTER.
Oh, Mag. y u are heavy ! I'm tired !
Go sit iri the rocker, I pray ;
' Your weight so mi a hundred and
ninety
When you i lump down in that s >rt
of way.
: You bad bettor bo me fling my con?
sleeve ;
I have spoken about it before —
| I wanted to finish this novel.
And look over tt;eio lulls from the
I store.
This dressing gown fits like the d l,
Those slippers ran down at the hrel!
Strange nothing can never look decent;
' I wish you could know how they
feel.
What's this bill from Greeu * Why,!
surely,
It's not another new dress !
Look here. I'll be bankrupt befoie
New Year,
Or your store bills will have to grow
less.
Eiuht o'clock ! M-g. sow on this but
ton
As soon as you finish tins sleeve.
Heigh ho ! I'm HO deurwdly sleepy
i'll pile off to bed, I believe.
VOL « IK NOT UKT Alt I'M D OK
t'HICAUO.
A young man of Chicago has long
paid attentions to one of the fairest
daughters of Cleveland, ii<>w visiting
here, and had been engaged to btr,
when suddenly, for some reason or
other, alia concluded to marry aouienue
else. The unsuspecting young man
went to call ou her nt her suut'i house
on Calumet avenue last week, and as
she drew back her ruby lips when ho
prepared to greet her with m loving
kiss, lie at once thought there was
somcthiug up, and glancing at her
again ho noticed that she wore none of
his gifts, which he conjectured wero in
an oinineus looking parcel on the sofa.
This conjecture was subsequently prov
ed to be correct.
'Mr. So-and-so,' she said— she bad
been wout to adruss him as 'Augustus'
and 'darling I'
'Mr. So and so. I Lave consulted
iny heart seriously and discovered
what I often suspected tliat wo are
not fitted to make each other happy.
It is better that we should part—our
engagement >* at an end.'
Her words mink into hiui like bluo
pills, and he felt a deadly tagging st
his heartstriiiKS, but be instantly com
posed hiuiself and settled Upon a plan
of action Hounding joyfully from bis
cbair be danced lightly round the
room, shouting, 'llurrih ! \our tbe
bull lost girl in the universe. I feel as
if the whole Palmer House had been
lifted off my manly bosom.'
The beautiful girl gazed at him for a
moment as it she thought he had bid
den a long farewell to nil bis gray
brain-matter, and said, *W hat docs
this mean ?'
•Meau ?' cried tbe youug msu walk
ing on his hands up anil dowu the
sumptou* drawing room, 'why it means
I'm tree I've been trying ti» muster
up courage to ask you tor two weeks
past to cancel our engagement, but I
couldn't, it would have been going
back on my.word, and, besides, I knew
that busbauds at this period ot com
mercial depression were bard to
get.'
•Birrr!'said she. glaring at him like
a tiger cat, 'your presenta are all in
this package. Take them and retnrn
me mine. This painful interview had,
p'raps, better be brought to tn end.'
•I'll send you all of 'era I can find,
but I gueos our cook carried <ff your
book of Tennyson with the msrked
passages in it; I lent it to her, and
some of your locks of hair, and pressed
rosebuds, and things I burned when I
was cleaning up my room the otbe*
d»y, and as for yonr ring. I don't
think Cora will give it to tue.'
•And, pray, who may this creature
•Cora,'be f Is she the cook at your
boarding house V
•O. bless you, no, she's tbe girl I m
in love with, and that I'm going to
propose to this very evening as aoon as
you give me that package of preesnts
and let me go. I hope you didn't
forget to put the diamond earrings
I gave you into it. 111 gi'® tbera to
her and be S2OO ahead.'
Tbe beautiful Clevelaud girl s cheeks
glowed so that you could have lit a
match at them if you hadn't been
afraid of having yeur fingers burnt off
by th« glare in her eyea.
•Tell me about thia 'Cora of yi urs.
Is she good looking ?*
'Good looking ?' aaid the young
man excitedly; 'hold on till I «how
you her picture,'and be searched eager
ly in his pocket. 'No. I must bav
left it in my other coat. U « 11 -
mind; she'a a beauty. I used to think
you were pretty fair looking, but you
—liair so long that she ateps on it
when it is let down and she tries to
walk; eyes that make you feel as if you
SEATTLE, WASHINGTON TERRITORY, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1579.
were getting back a ten dollar bill you
had never expected to see again; ■
*ai»t very much like yours only muck
smaller, and as for her feet—why you
couldn't put more than 40 per cent of
your toes in her boots. Well, good
night. Mi«s Wbatsyonrname—l told
her I'd be round this evening if I
coald. I'll trouble yon for that pack
age
'Augustus So and -so,' she hissed in a
low, concentrated tone, putting the
package of presents away under her
chair, "If you go out of this house
before OLL- o'clock tomorrow morning
I'll scream. And I want you to under
stand tl.at cur engagement is to hold,
and if you don't marry me by the
Ist of November, which will be as
sfHin as I ran get my trousseau ready,
I I; SU'* you for breach of promise, lay
ing the daoiages at 8500.000, and I've
j» >t lelt**rs fr >to you that'll make the
jury find I .r the plaintiff without leav
ing th>- box And if ever you mention
that wretched creature's name to me
again the longest day your live, I'll
shoot y>u *»nd scratch your eyes out —
so there; i don't care for you one bit.
but I'm going to marry you out of
spite '
She hurled herself into bis arms like
a whirlwind and sobl>ed upon his
shoulder He smoothed her hair and
call. Jhr a l*rge and varied assort
ment of pi t names, nnd ob-erving his
r»fleit«d itmp' HI the over the
m urolpi-cc w;.iked »t it rapturou-ly.
Tltt-y ari- t>» t*» married on Hal
lo.vt'en You never can git ahead Of
ClllCego.
llt-rgcr WA>» i'« the chain gang at
S-iitl.ikf, nud-r a sentence of tlir<e
months for petty larceny, aud tin
work gnntly dismasted him. Keadlug
that A pair of mules had been stolen at
a certain place, at a time previous to
bis own arrest, lie inatle a false cou
fessien that he was the thief. His ob
ject was to be indicted and transferred
to a cell for trial, thus getting out of
the chain gang. He did not doubt
tint hi< i.iiu ;ence would be made ap
parent in court; but in that he was
mistaken, for be had confessed so
plausibly that t IM-jury convteted him,
ai d he hi* gone to States Prison on a
five years' sentence. His case is before
the Governor.
DUG VS SHARK.—A Honolulu paper
( tells this : 'On the last trip of the
steamer Jus Makee to Kauai, on ap
: proaehing to within a halt a mile of
tho shore, a native owner of a large
dog, wfeo had been boasting of the ani
mal's accomplishments, threw him over*
board to swim ashore. On the way,
however, |>o .r Ponto was attacked by
sharks. He fought them bravely for a
while, but the treachoroua eoa-wolres
came on bun from the rear, aud at
length his lifeless body floated to the
beach with the hinder parts bitten off.
Four Scotchmen, one of whorae was
Lord Dunmxre, have been indulging
in real heroism. A pleasure yacht was
wrecke I in tho Hebrides, leaving four
men, three women and two children on
a desolate, stoini swept rock, eleven
i miles from the coast. They clung
| there, with nothing to eat, and suffered
' intensely from the cold, for a day and
j a half. No boat would attempt the
perilous voyaga necessary for their
rescue, until Dnniuore and hia com
panions put out in an open fishing
suiack. The lives of all the nearly ex
hausted party were saved.

A woman at Tarboro, N. U., mould
ed the Inillet with which her lover
murdered her husband.
vil-CKLLANKOUS.
3HATTU& NURSERY,
One mile east from Ycsler's Wharf or
the road to Lake Washington
FRUIT TREES
SHRUBBERY.
AND
HERBACEOUS PLANTS
A Fin* Collection of
Small Fruits of all Kinds,
Anil Two Varieties of
PE AO b: El s
That ir« Sum to Ripen in t&is Climate,
Orders Can be left at the Eureka Bakery
C. W. LAWTON. Proprietor.
FOUNTAIN BEER HALL
Front St. next to .\orth Pacific Brewerjr.
THE Ct LEBKATED
Schmieg's Lager Beer on Tap
cons lit VST IV.
l)ail«reU«r la (iairti and Plata.
j.IJ-Jir rBED. QAPCH. Proprietor.
T. S. RUSSELL.
UNDERTAKER
1? riELARCD VO Do ALL ?TTLM OF
Undertaking and Embalming.
All oH*r» |Too:pt'f to. ao4 wlifaetloa
(naraotved.
WtfiMCToa.araßST, T
iiltaU
NOTICE.
Orrrca e» Cm Tiiijmi, I
suttu. »i 9. ir». I
The tax ust roa th* citi or b«attli
for tbe year WT» la now la say kwhul
Am Alt Uim not p*l4 on cr before D*cesab*f
li»." ISTS. will be retained ielleeaaet aitd a
**** "*33™ V. BLAXOHABP.
ilMif OIJ Ttaasafsr.
HOTELS, Jtc.,
.NEW ENGLAND
IS OVK Vi
Comer Commercial ic Main
floattlo, W. T.
THE NEW ENGLAND
sod Its accommodations for fatullies art oasui
pass* 1.
Ttats BOOM to KEWLT BUILT, Is HARD FT*.
t" n tkroafboat, has lain* and well rsrnlsM
liwia aad ant olass board, on the
European Plant
eaa be bad at moderate prices.
Best Hotel in the City.
L. C. HARMON,
ml-tf. Proprietor.
MARIETTA HOTEL
La Conner, W. T.
MILTON B. COOK,*Proprietor.
THIS HOUSE IS NEW AND NEWLY FURNISHKI>,
GOOO ACCOMMODATIONS,
With the Comforts of a Piivate House.
The Tab's will be found unexceptionable Tfie
Bar Is farniahed with tho AaeKt Wines, I.l<|tiurn
and Cigara. It has a well-flitol
Itll.Ll Altl> ROOM
Ftirulshi J with the modern Tables.
Notbtag wilt be left undone in i. ar elforts to
uiako the Knests comfortable.
TERMS MODEBITK. inJ dtWlf
OCCIDENTAL
mm i? ~WJ "MA
SEATTLE, W. T.,
BOARD AND LODGING AT
MODERATE RATES.
This is the Largest Hotel
North of San Francisco,
Aad la
In all Respects.
PEER COACH TO AND FROM THE HOUSE.
JOHN COLLINS & CO.,
jel PROPRIETORS.
Maison Doree
RESTAURANT !
FRONT STREET, SEATTLE.
HORACE DOWNS,
urccwso* TO DAVtU H. WINTER,
HAS THE PLEASURE OF ANNOUNCING
tbal tie tiu fiiti-d uo the »b >vc pljce. au I
baa it *• a FIRiT-CLAS- 1 BEST Vl'ltANT
Ladle* and Gentlemen boar'led by the day or
week on the MOST REASONABLE TERMS.
FRESH OYSTERS IN EVERY STYLE.
Families aupplteil with Outer! it 50 CENTS
PER QUART.
Three Meal Tickets for $1 00^
Also,
FURNISHED ROOMS •
Newly fitted up. je2o-tf
Bow down yonr head, ye baughty clam.
And oyatera. »ay jour prayer*.
Ilia month ban come the "K" in in,
You're on the bill of fare—
IK EVERY STYLE AT TIIE
SADDLE ROCK
RESTAURANT,
CUaaaCUL STREET, • SEATTLE, W. T.
AT
£5 CEBITS PEB PLATE.
CHA3. KIEL, Proprietor.
alMtf
LOAN AND SAVINGS
—AND —
ABSTRACT OFFICE
MOM? BecaiTod is rams of ss>nd npward« and
Tmntii only on Inwiin Mortgage
Security.
laUreat papabla aeml-ananally; on first uaja of
January and inly.
Wa havaa OOMPLCTK ABSTHACT OF TITLES
to all laada la SaaUla and King County, and
mak* a epeclaKy Of tuoyayancibg aad making
•batrarta of tltla.
Tun paid for noa-waldenta. Pra-emptlon
ltd Homaatea<l papara mad* for aetlirri.
■ICKIRTOSH l REEVES.
BlbS-d ftwU
OLYMPIA BROOM FACTORY
13 SOW PtFARED TO fCKSISH TIIESTRADK
ONLY WITH
Good, Well-made' Durable
BROOMS
At Law Batr«.
Patroolaa homa ludaatry and glra o« a fan
Mai. Addraaa all orf.m to
WOODBCTF ft VAS IPPS.
IMt 1T - Oiympta, W. T.
MISCELLANEOUS
FKU LYI IIU BROS.
Seattle, W. T.
We j >u'd i33oJu:e she receipt of our
FALL AND WINTER
MXOCK,
Which tre (T-r at t'..e Test prices; coa
si.-tlng of
DRY GOODS
Dlt ESS, 4.00!>H, SILKS.
Flannels, Domrstirs,
CI.OAKS, ASI> SIIAWLsI, HOSIERY, VUBKOIC
tKY. UL.VN&rrSI, CLOTHS. C.VS?IMEREJ>,
CAUPEM, OIL CLOT'I, HALL
FAFKB, FIK>T QI ALIIY
BOOTS, SHOES, A
SLIPPERS.
AISO—
CLOTHING, H ATS, I NDERWK4R,
TRCNKS, EOT.
At plaia, unmlii ikable low prices.
FrAnentlial ItroM.
Seat'le,
S.BAXTER&CO.
IMPORTERS OF
FOREIGN
Wines and Liquors,
AND WHOLESALE DEALERS Hi
Domestic Wines,
Liquors, Cigars,
and Tobacco
EXPORTERS OF
j Wool. Hides, Furs, 4arain. Po
tatoes. Hops. Ac.. Ae.
Offer for sale to the trade only, at Wholesale
prlc««, to arrive per British ship Golden (Hie,
now Jue from Liverpool to Sau Francisco, and
other vessels to follow. In Bond or Duty uald:
100 Cases * Hennessy Brandy,
20 Cases ** * " .
100 Cases * Martell 11
| 20 Cases Holland Red Case Gin,
1 50 Cases Fine Old Tom Gin.
150 Casks Guinness' Porter, quarts
and pints,
50 Capks Bass' Pale Ale, ouarts
; and pints,
110 Octaves Fine Old Martell
Brandy,
10 Octaves Fine Old Hennessy
Brandy,
5 Octaves Holland Gin,
5 Octaves Fine Old Islay Scotch
Whisky,
j Fine Old Port and Sherry Wines.
, Wc also have constantly on hand a full lineof
| An* OLD BOI'RBOS WHISKIES and other DO
t M EST I(J LIyIORH which we offsr to the trade at
; San Francisco prices.
! •/•Agents for Stato Investment »ad
Insurance Company—Fireand Ma
rine.
%r Every Boot has a OUARAKTEE HTAMf
inside, and the Merchant of wh»m you buy them
is authorized to return your money if you are not
satisfied with the Boots. It is
THE BEST
RUBBER BOOT
; In the Maiket. Ask for it, and take no other.
HECHT IlltOS. Ac CO.
BAN FBANCISCO,
SOLE OWNERS.
We carry the Largest Stock ef Boots and Shoea
of all kinds of any house In America.
JyX7-dawtf
NORTH PACIFIC
BREWERY
AUGUST XEHLHOBN, I'rop'r.
(KtrrKtuma 10 D. KCIMIBU.)
The Kent Beer Alwayn on Band.
ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.
jetiUwtf
FRENCH LAUNDRY
oy
Main Street, Near First,
Ba«-k of l'nit<-d Statea Hotel.
Fluting. Polishing. Lace Washing and Fam
ily Work of all Description.
Terms reaionab!f.
aavtim Flavier Vacheux.
alMftwSu
MISCELLANEOUS.
P. W. WUSTHOPF,
DEALER IN GENERAL
HARDWARE,
I s
i
Ixl *Jn -rS 355 "*
s 9 |S3
llitildoi-K* Hardware, Ship Oliandlery
Nlioo Findings,
GUNS, RIFLES, AMMUNITION,
REVOLVERS, FISH,NQ TACKLE,
Front Street, Seattle, \\. T. 1». (). Itox 23!).
WADDEIL &, MILES
WHOLESALE AM) RETAIL DEALERS IN
Ranges, Cook, Parlor and Box
3 T O "V" EJ S,
Brass „ > _ Tinware,
Goods. i = T .
Steam Whistles, Gones, Steam and Water Gaugos. Globe Valves, &c.
MALLLAULb IKUN HI I INUS.
L*litinl»iii(r, Coppoi-Hmltliiag,
NTEA>I AN I> GAW FITTING.
Call and examine Ibr l HANCONU ItAXUK i Nlngln ami Double Oven t am
Improvement over all oilier*.
Agonia forth* celebrated Superior Stoves, Ibo bent HOM OJ tie I'aclflr tioaal. All platea
warranted uot to crmck by Are. Flro-barka warranted to laxt five jrrara.
ALL JOB WORK MKATLT ■tcrrriD, AND URDKII* NRNII ARRIAU PROMPTIT RILLIO.
Mill Street* Seattle, W, T. «n,2B.<uwtf
GLORE & WTJNDER,
MANUFACTURERS 01' AND DEALERS IN
FURNITURE!
The most coniple stotk of v ." . MIKRORSJ
la Wellington Territory. ", 'j-t. j' "* m 'CARRIAOBH,
Also. Fancy C»bloattJ PJf-kept lu a Firnt Clw fur.
Ware, Parlor nlture Btor-, which we
Wall Pocket*. ' ,„ 3-<Ter at prices thst ■>«!>
sheWM. *c..«c. ( toMpit»i«
Commercial Street, between Jennings's Store ami the N'«w England Ilotol.
SAMUEL IK J3 IST 3KT EY,
AC jk uc' -■■- rmj jwl w MA O H
II\«> ON HAND A CHOICE ASSORTMENT OP
GENTS' SUITS AND FURNISHING GOODS.
ALSO—
Hoots, Shorn, Bro|*nn», Kuhbt r Good*, Ladles' iinil Jlliifi' Gaiters.
And In connection therewith • nne assortment «f "orel«u and Domestic Casslmeres, Doeskin*
Bearcat, Ac.. Ac., which he will make »o order at Living Kate*.
COMMERCIAL STREET. SEATTLE, at tus Old Jiud or Calimas A Clam jefldtl
WHARF, WAREMNIIE,
STORACJ i:
AND
COMMISSION BUSINESS, j
H. L. YESLER'S
WHARF AT THE FOOT OF
Hill Street, - Seattle, W.T.
Freights received for itursge, slid Freight
Charges Advanced.
No Freight will be received r.r Shipment en
Yesler's Wharf after sr. * On sunders Freight
will be received from 4 to &H- sidtf
STEIUCOQM BRICK YARD
B. ALDtN & CO., Proprietor?.
A LARGE QUANTITY OF
FirMt*Cln«H Brick
On hand, which will be sold at the moat reason,
able rate* Bsnlforour figures before purcbas
log elsewhere.
H. ALDEN A CO ,
auTdkWtf Btatlacoom, W. T.
Agency (Tacoma Mill' Seattle
ORDERS FOB ALL KINDS OF
ROUGH IRQ DRESSED LUMBER, LATHS
And PICKETS Alied by
HAXSOX, ACKERftOX * CO.
Apply, OEO. W. HARRIS,
aawt f Agent, Seattle. |
S.&W. W.R.R.
SEATTLE TO RENTON
—AND—
i NEWCASTLE.
i
TJABSENGER AND FREIGHT CARS OF THE
L Seattle and Wslla Walla Railroad will leave
Seattle entry day I Sundays exc(pteU) at 1M A.
M.. and 2 r. M. Arrive at Kenton at BJOa. M.
acd 3r. x, A IT'TO at Newcastle at 9:30 A. *. and
4 P.M.
RETURNING. Iter* Newcastle at 11 A.M. and
i (P.M. Arrive at Rentou at 11:4S A. M. and 6:46
p. M. Arrive at Seattle at 1 p. M. and 7 p. M.
Depot, Kin<j tfrtet, foot of Commercial.
J. M. COLMAN, Gen. Hupt.
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SEATTLE AUCTION
AND
COMMISSION STORE.
AI'CTION SALEJ OF REAL ESTATE. GENERAL
MERCHANDISE. FI KNITI RE. HORSES,
tl OGLES, CATTLE, Ac.
Regular Salo Days aro Tuesday tt
Saturday, at 10 A. M.
All k<" ils for auction must be brought In the
dsy b«fore their lutended sale.
K. ('IIKAI)I.K, Auctioneer.
FROVi r>TREBT, near MILL, BEATTLK. W.T.
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