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-- I,| aO'l <teUver»»l to tubmen any-where It
iu» c.i/. ti 25 cents p*' waeS. layafcta to tb*
Cjrrier; sir;,*!® eoplea I« cents.
Per ananm. Slo.oo In alvacce
rilE WEF.ULT IXTEI.LKitSI >;«.
. nl* o'a *o(1 oopniar Journal of W»«t»ni Waeh
' ..WJ, witb tho lfcTjftit clrrilMlon of asy Paper
lu Territory, Is published tt*rj h»tur<l»j
•Ljniiaj. T«nri« Thn-e I»oUltra p-»r at
: iia. In advatee: «itberwl»e. 94.W0.
Thursday, Novem'r 13, 1870
AFTER HOLLAND
The Kingdom of Holland embraces
•jnaTi.*of 20,527 s>piiro mi.ee, and a
1 >j.ulation of -'J.800,000. Her colonial
possessions cover 666,"50 square iniKa.
ar.d iticlndc a population of 23,000,(;00.
It is said, and with reasonable regard
to truth, that Princo Bismarck, Ern
p.-ror William and tb>r whole German
p<ople, look uj/On Hollm 1 at a nece»*
h try adjunct to Germany. Holland
ia prosperous, is Protestant, is com
mercial, and faces the s<-a and the
world. Germany finds herself cramped
ut b iiue. She wants outside trade,
shipping, a navy, colonial possessions,
etc. The only way of getting these
tilings is through Denmark and II >l
- Denmark, through royal a'lian
< s with Russia, England, &? , is tem
porarily safe, ai:d besides H not so de
sirable as Hollaud.
I*i taking p M-p-si'iit < f the Dutch
King 1 »m, Germany is •"«»■ to nn.et op
pa itiou, an 1 it is tu* %ppr< bensio;i « f
ttiis alone that Las so tur restrained her.
Kuglaud would object, hut Loglaud ft
wrath might he appeas> d l>y a division
of the colonial spoils. France would
nV'St positively object, but if France
could bo inad'i a party to the affair, an
Austria was in Bchleswig Holstein,
Germany would take the initiative at
once.
If true, as stated, that Bismarck has
uuy such projttct in his active mind, we
may look for its execution at an early
day. He may be trusted to arrange
the ways and means, and if he hut un
dertakes the job there can be little
doubt of its termination as he iutends.
CHEESE AND BUTTER.
The country west of the Cascade
Mountains, with its moisture and greeu
grasses, is better adapted to the dairy
business than tho country esst of the
Cascades. In the spring tho high and
dry plaius of tho Columbia furnish
excellout food for milch cows, but after
Juue this eanuot bo said. Cattle will
then fatten as they will nowhere else.
Miaip miltr pi#»M Oil
this side it is very different. The flow
of uiilk continues all suramor and into
the fall, the season here being twice
the length of the season there. The
future beef supply of Oregon and
Washington will como from the East
ern couuties. and the future cheese and
butter supply will come from the West
ern counties. So it is in everything
the two sections of our Territory pro
duce. Thero is no cootlict in interest
What the East produces to perfection
tho West does not, and what tho West
has to offer the East has uot, and each
wants and requires the productions of
the other.
OPIUM SMUGGLING.
The Sandwich Islanders absolutely
prohibit the importation of opium
The uae of the drug hat, however, such
a hold upou the Chinese residents of
that kingdom that its importation has
never been more than cheoked All
manner of devices are resorted to to
effect its entrance. The Government is
active and vigilant in its efforts to
exclude, and are making seizures and
convictions continually. Witbiu a
fortnight, not long since, opium was
discovered being, introduced in tho
shape of beans, opium was discovered
in the heels of stoga boots, which had
been hollowed out for the purpose, and
opium was also discovered iu broom
hsudles, likewise hollowed for its con
cealment Like the liquor trade, there
seems no preventing the tale and use
of opium.
The order of Postmaster General
Key, sending to the Dead Letter Office
all letters not addressed iu the most
precisely correct manner, is raisiug a
howl from one end of tbe land to the
other. In every State of the Union
there are more places to which mail
matter has been going that sre not
l>ostoffices than there are pouofiice* in
tho State. These places are known to
the Department as -locals," and it is
these locals the bead of the Dcpatt
uient intends in future to deprive of
service. Newspapers and ltaling
public and private citizens have taken
up the matter and made it personal-
The order complained of is too sweep
ing eutirely, and unless it is modified
a bit General Key may find himself
disagreeably handled by Congress four
weeks hsnce.
During the week ending October 20th
SSO,OtO were sent to foreign ports troiu
New York, end $4.598944 received
Even the West ladies contributed to
the filling of our mercantile money
box daring tbe week referred to. Since
January Ist, 1879, $13,043,380 have
gone foreign in lbs shape of gold and
silver from the port of New York, while
$64,712,689 have come to that pott from
foreign thoree.
TELEGRAPHIC.
iza-rstmr TO tk* nrau.!.;**c*a.
WASHINGTON li ituiroci.
j PORT TOWKSE.VD, NOV 12 —The ship
j Shirley left l.ere th:s afternoon for up
i Boat d. in t w < f the iti a-m r Tio ma |
i Is»rk Tidal Wave arrived yesterday
; from San Era" rno ar i 1 ft today t>r
! Tort Mad s n
PORT HLAKM.V, N V lltli—Sailed,
bark Martha K for S>n I'ran
• ctsc).
Olt*ii't *. N > 12 u A the *e»sio .
draws to a c'. «e ti' • w -k ap;«*rs t«>
j l-e in-criii ~te. b:t • •' n <"n'> r
|i* doing ..n . •
The 1.1.1..-A bi.'s «i r>' pa»si d l »
the CoU'iCii toi :v An rt-la'ive !•>
roads, ferries and bridge#; tb* app r
ti .'Quieot bill . HI a.*' lor th relocation
: <<f tho couuty kei*. <f Pi« r «) county .
; Ciitig tl.e tlmfs and places of bidding
! the Dutrict 0 lilts in tho Third Judicial
Dihtrict.
Tnis siterr.oon tne Co incil confirmed
! the following 110:1.11: itiotis for Territo
j rial officers iirade by the Governor:
Auditor, Tbt'in-i • M li-ed; Treasurer,
j Francis
! Public Instruction, J Houghton, I.i
--| brarian, V»' W Jiewlin; Pilot Commis
j sioners for the Soat d, II E Morgan, J
H Swift and C C Rartlett; Pilot Com
missioners for the Columbia Hiver, J 15
Knaprt, J Stout and II L Comegys;
II aid of EdJcati->u. J J Urown, F C
! Eldridge hiid J R Thompson; Itegents
j of tie University. (Jranye Jacobs, Ar
thur A Denny, Henry <i Struve, John
P Ju(]-oii au 1 James Power; Immigra
tion Mrs A II H Stuart,
; J A Kulm an i O i' Lacy: B'jard of
Heaith for the Souud. Ailen \Vcir.Chas
Eisenb- is and L H llas-inui 1 ; Trustees
j f<r lu-ane U -j-it^l. T I MrKeuny, (I 1$
Kan Ho and M. S Ilooth.
The liou.-e | a sed tho foil > vii j. biiU:
Fixing the tiuus and places of folding
Court in the Third Judicial District;
relative to road.-, ferries and bridges;
making tliM county offices of King
county salaried < tli es; and to incorpo
rate t'ie city of G'>ld':r<dalo
CALIFORNIA.
HAS FRANCISCO, NOV. ll— Arrived,
bark David Iloviley, from Port Gam
ble.
The distribution of tlid estate of \V .
H. O'Brien, deceased, amounting to
80,000.000, which was to have taken
place August 20th last, has by the de
cision of the Probata Court, rendered
yesterday, been indefinitely postpened,
tho estate being defendant in four of
tho suits brought by John H- Burke
against J. C Flood and others, amount
ing to 838,944,000. Burke filed oppo
sition to the distribution, together
with complaints in all the actions
pending, and was demurred to by tho
executors and legatees of the estate.
Judge Myrick, of tho Probate Court,
in overruling tho demurrers, says that
sufficient appears in opposition to show
that a partial distribution should not
be made until the controversy as to the
rights of Burko is disposed of.
ID.%11"
SILVER CITY, NOV. 11— Clias. Mc
i/UI lUlill| XJIA € »t- Iv^rsti
itig. admits that ho was one of the
band of thieves who covered a large
section of tho Pacific coast in their
operations. 110 states that Hank
Vaughan, Nto of Boise City, was one
of the ringleaders, anil that tho late
safe robbery in that city was planned
eight months ago. McDerinott says
that these outlows have allies in Utah,
New Mexico aud elsewhere Tho op
erations of the gang aro directed by a
wealthy business man in Michigan.
K \HTI:IL\ HTATKN.
SAi.ism nY, Md., Nov. 11—Win II
Partington, recently elected County
Commissioner of Ori?omoco county,
was shot and ins'ar tly killed to-day by
J. Wesley Turpin during a quarrel.
HENRY, Ills., NOT. 11 -Robert Da
vis, the millionaire, at itan Autonio,
Texas, died this afternoon of consump
tion. Mo was the wealthiest man in
Marshall county, owning much landed
estate, which bo leaves to hi* wife, ton
and two daughters.
PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 11.- Captain
Flaherty, of the steamer Zealand, ar
rived from Antwerp today, and report*
th-»t on November Bth he picked up the
bark Royal Arch of Sunderland, which
had been abandoned by the crew. The
bark when found by the Zealand was
loaded with salt and gonerul merchan
dise, and her masts and rigging were
all in proper shapo. She had but two
or tlmo niche* of water in her hold
and her pumps were in go<*i workine
order. Captain Flaherty could not tell
from what point the bark hailed, nor
what her destination, and no reason ran
be assigned for her abandonment by
her own crew. A volunteer erew was
pnt ou board of her and Captain Flab
erty directed hia officer to take the bark
to New York.
EL PASO, Texas, Nov. 11 A desper
ate tight took place yesterday at Csnde
loria Mountain, 50 miles south of
here iu the state of Chihuahua, Mexico,
between a large band of Indians
(about 200) and a party of 50 men from
Carira, New Mexico, 30 of whom were
killed aud 18 escaped woundod. The
Indians were the same party that
Mapr Morrow was after. They came
from the Florida mountains by Geos
man's lake to the Caudelora mountains,
wh«re the party after ttum was
ambushed by tho Indians behind rocks.
The tignt lasted nil day.
1.1 UUI'C.
UKKLIS, NOV. 12.- Negotiations with
the Duke of Cumberland continue. It
is now that Germany proposes to
assure hi* succ snou to the Dukedom
i f Brunswick, ou conditiou that he re
nounces his claim to the throne of Han
over.
MAI>RIO. NOV. 12. -In the Spanish
Chamber i f Deputies, the Minister of
Finance read a bill granting to the
fn'ure (juten tlS.tw annually, aud
£IO,OOO aunualiy in case of her widow
hood. There wts no debate on the
measure The opposition members will
not upp >se the grant, l n-j House was
very thinly attended
LONDOX, Nov 11.—The J fail Laiu
A'.rvnr«s. in its review ot the Uritish
Oorn trade f r the pas' We«-k, says : Tbe
wet and f>.ul condition of the'land in
England delays plowhing. Compare*
lively little wheat is yet sown. Despite
the damp weather, a good deal of
Ei g'i*h wheat has oeen threshed l»te
ly. wi'h n-sults fully confirming the
shortness of the crop. The balk of Um
wheat offcrco for sals daring tho past
' week, owing to the pressing pecuniary
netds if farmers. LAS BEEN anything
but good. Really sound grain, fit for
nailing or sowing, wu comparatively
rare and was un*.7ected uy % decline of
per quarter, which has be*:;
generally quoted. The trade has beer.
1 very dull.
liFKMX, Nov. 11— The editors of
ail tbe principal newspapers iu 3t.
, Petersburg l;*ve recently been sum
nioned to a press bureau of the minii
i try of tho interior and instructed with
reference to the conduct of the:r respec
-11v«« papers. They were informed that
frequent complaints bare ltcori recievtd
from [.ivulia that articles in the St
Petcr»bur« press interfere 1 with the
imperial policy, and therefore they
mu»* not continue ia the s»uie s'rain. j
Neither Germany nor Auatro-lluucary,
n r the relations of Kus»ia with either
ofth'«ct«»o powers, nor France, must
r be dueussed. England may be dis j
1 cussed, but judicouslv. These rulus j
will be coutinued .until the Emperor's
| return to St. Petersburg, a mouth ■
hence The Russian government pro-;
j poses to establish a new official n-iws-;
paper to iulijeuce public opinion. ■
Telegrams reporting h recant inter- j
view bet wees licatvnsiield and
; Schmivloff, Russian aaiba'sidor to
England, were suppressel. ||
KLttUIITER AND ITS SCHOOL.
KLECTION.
Sl AL'QIITCK, W. T., Nov. 6, 1879.
KD. IXTKLI.IOESCEK : —TLerc i< no- !
thing in a name—even a rose would j
smell as sweet it known by ti me othar. j
All of which is very tru- 1 , or at ler.st '
«a,<, until the Itev. Mr. saw fit
t > change the whole st*te o! affair* by
openly declaring that: " Even the
na;ne (Slaughter) is blood curdling
or words to that effect. This you see
leaves that old iaw in rather a pre
carious predicament. Therefore, in
order to avoid a repetition of this dan
gerous business we had better change
our name. Say we call it " Potatoes,"
That's pretty, and its nice ; besides it
would be of immense assistance to the
reverend gentleman in the way of
keepiug his audience io an attentive
state of miad, for we all like local
news, and there are none of us but
what would relish the idea of hearing
our name repeated in every sentence of
a sixty minute sermon.
IQ pursuance of a notice to the effect
that November 1, 1879, would be the
time for the annual school meeting, last
Saturday afternoon saw assembled at
the schoolhouse a fair portion of oar
legal voters, male and female. Two
directors and one clerk were to be
elected. Our lady friends of healthy
sentiment proclivities (no patent on
this expression) were in full at*
tendance, determined to no longer
submit to that tyrannic rule of taxation
without representation, and brought
out Mrs Dr M. O. B. as candidate for
the office highest in the gift of the'
people of Slaughter, viz, School Di
rector. She ran remarkably well for
one of her size, and was elected by the
nanusouie majority ol i»u vines. Dut
as ill luck would have it, one of our
ex Solons was present, and being a
person possessed of considerable legal
lore, ho easily picked a flaw in the
form of procedure, and per cousequence
a new election was ordered. Owing
to this it becomes the painful duty of
your correspondent to record the fact
taat Mrs Dr M. O. B. was beaten, and
Mr tiove elected. Law is deep and
mysterious, and few there are who can
fathom its innermost recesses. But is
it not a little irregular for judges to
revoke their own action, and call a
new election ? This is something like
Porter's Prairie justice, as exemplified
in tho case before Squiie Johnson last
spring, wherein a man received judg
ment on account of his being married
and having half a dozen children.
Morn than likely he needed it, and
more than likely he will get it abou
the time Gabriel toots his bom. Be
sides all this, Mr. Editor, whose busi
ness is it if a certain young widow did
, receive one vote? That is no sign tbat
she voted for herself, as some have
| been cruel enough to intimate. We
! 'una knows better. Some little birds
can speak French, and it was one of
these tbat said that oar Great Puncheon
Road Contractor was the brave and
gallant gentleman that " entirely, com
pletely." laid aside the mautlo of
bearishness that is supposed to en
velope all masculinity and voted for
the one of his choice, both politically
and otherwise.
Most respectfully yours,
WEALTH EASILY OBTAINED.
Jay Gould, combining vast amounts
of money with several great capitalists
has frequently made colossal profits in
stock speculations, paying millions to
each shareholder. The new combina
tion plan of Messrs. Lawrence A Co
confers similar benefits on the share
holders who invest small or large
amounts, from $25 to 810,000. The
money of thousands ot customers is thus
massed in one mighty sum, and opera
ted with the ripest experience and best
skill, has secured the most brilliaut suc
cesses. A hotel keeper iu Ohio invested
#IOO in a combination, which netted
$478. Three reinvestments resulted in
a total profit of $13,801.13. A Boston
gentleman invested SSOO in a combina
tion, which yielded a profit of $2,817.-
two reinvestments netted him $3.-
044 31. A Chicago merchant made
$43,210.41 in four months of combina
tion investments. New explanatory
ci.cular with " rules for unerring suo
ccsa." Apply to Messrs. Lawrence «&
00 , Bankers, 57 Exchange Place, New
York City.
Axnnsw CHILRKKO, Vice Consul for
Sweden and Norway, is prepared to
execute any business pertaining to the
office. Issues sight drafts on all the
1 principal cities of Great Britain. Ger
many. Italy, Russia, Norway, Sweden
and Denmark. Also sells tickets at
1 >west rites to and from Europe.
AXDREW CHILRRRO, Agent.
•iJtw Seattle, W. T.
We send all our Pianos and Organs
ou trial. We sell on easy installments
and warrant oar Instruments for five
J ears. For Price Lists send toSnzit-
Mix, Hint «ft Co., San Francisco.
.
Tub finest brands of Cigars and To
bacco at the Adelphi Cigar Stand, op
posite Yealer's Hall. jy3ft
MISCELLANEOUS.
*
King of the Blood
Cures all Scrofulous affections and disorders rwolt*
mg from Impurity of the blood. It is need lass I#
. ipeci.'y all, a« the sufferer can usually perceive thsiv
•a use ; but Kh'vm, fSmpitl, i'lctrt, fa si If %
Overt, SmtlUnfft, &c., are the most eomaoo, afl
well aa many affections of the Heart, Htmd, UHt
and Stomac\.
SCROFULA.
!
Wninrfol Cora of Blindaeti.
D. RASSOVC, SON ft Co.: For the benefit of all
troubled with Scrofula or Impure Blood in their
systems, I hereby recommend King of the Blood.
I have been troubled with Serofula for the past tea
ft are, which so affected my eyes that I was com
pletely blind for six mouth*. I waa recommended
te try King of the Blood, which haa proved a grant
blessing to me. as it has completely cured me, and
■ ehecrfully recommend it to all troubled as I have
•era. Tours truly,
Mas. 8. WEATHULOW, Sardinia, X. T.
frill be paid to any Public Hospital to be mutu
ally agreed upon, for every eartioeate of this msdt- J
Use published by us which is not genuine.
Its Ingredients.
To show our faith in the safety and excellence of
the K. 8., upon proper personal application, whaa
Satisfied that no imposition is intended, we will
five the names of all ita ingradienta.br affidavit.
I The above offera were never made before by the pro
prietor of any other Family Medicine in tne world,
i HiDjr teatlmonlala. further information, and
full directions for using will be found in the pam
phlet "Treatise on Diseases of the Blood," is
which each bottle is enclosed. Price $1 per bottle con*
: taining 12 ounces, or 40 to 10 doaas. Sold by drug*
I fists. 1). RANSOM, SON A Co. , Prop'rs, Buffalo, N.f
COLLECTION AGENCY.
' I 'HE UNDERSIGNED HAS OPENED AN OF
-1 flee in Butler's building, where he will be
found ready to do all kinds of
Collecting, Copying, Adjusting of Books,
AND OTHBFT WORK IX TDK CLERICAL LI SB.
References by permission- John Leary. Esq.,
John M. Blanchard, A. Slorah, and L. S. McLure.
nio-dtf J, W. SMALL.
NOTICE TO THE TBAYS'.IXQ PUBLIC.
MORRIS A HILDERBRAND,
HAVING FORMED A PARTNERSHIP FOR THE
CARRYING ON OF A
General Delivery and Passenger Business,
Are prepared to wait on the arrival of boats for
passengers, or to be at any part of the city at
any hour when ordered.
Careful Driver and Good Horses.
Price to or freiu any part of the city to the
boats, 60 Oents per passenger. Price per honr.
One Dollar.
Also doe- 1 general Express, Dray and Truck bus
iness.
Orders left at Jack Levy's promptly attended
to. Stables on Yesler's wharf. nlO-dtf
RESTAURANT
FOR SALE.
THE
MAISON DOREE RESTAURANT
Located on FRONT bTREET in this city.
The establishment which is very neatly fitted
up and supplied with every convenience for car
rying on tne business, has a leading reputation as
a first-class house, and Is well patronised by our
citizens aad the traveling pnbllc.
Connected with the Restaurant, up stain, there
are seven sleeping apartments and parlor which
are tastefully and neatly furnished.
Also a good Oyster trade and plenty of boarders.
Other business in which the proprietor is in
terested requires his Immediate attention, and
that is the sole reason for his wishing to dlnposo
of the property.
Such sa opportunity is rarely to be met with by
those competent to carry on ths business.
For particulars inquire on the premises.
HORACE DOWNS, Proprietor.
Seattle. Sept. 10,1879. al2dlcwtf
POPULAR PRICE LIST.
Sl* Shaving Tickets for 91 OO
Three 44 *« 50
Shampooing, - - 25
Hair-Catting, 25
Come each and all etui give us a trial, aad so
one will go awty dlaaatiafied.
Shop in Colman'a Block-
W. H. HOWARD.
ois-dtf
PATKONIZE
HOME PHOTOGRAPHERS.
Cabinets 96 OO per Dozen;
Cards 94 00.
Foar Bon Tons for 91 00.
At MOORE'S.
ell-dim
WK'UNS.
HORSE SHOEING
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS Jt'rfT OPENED A
BLACKSMITH SHOP
On Second St. between Washing
ton and Main.
Where he u prepared to do all kinds of Black
smith Work.
HORSE SHOEING A BPECALTT.
A share of the publle patronage reepectfully
solicited. Work don* at lowest livlag rate*.
o-.tf.dtf JOHN A. McBEATH.
CUNSMITHINC
I HAVE REMOVED MY SHOP TO
Coiiuucrcinl Htreet,
atxT ooct to a. xz ticiuas,
Where I am prepared to do the beat of work la
my line at t*e aMrtest notice.
Lt NCUMAN.
MISCELLANEOUS. '
GREAT REMEDY.
Sirong'y recommet:vl<»i> by t t SJedi'Sl Faculty
for aK case* of Nervousn<*s. Debility. Indiges
tion. Fever. Weakness. Dyspepsia. ChlUs. etc.
SIMMONOS'S MEDICATED
NABOB_WHISKY
Consumers are referred to the following n rid
from tbe report of an eminent public aualijst:
This it pure barley and wheat spirit*. rexark
abls in fragrant ethers, which impart a delicate i
aroma. at tne tame time greatly increasing it#
value as a diJttsive stimulant. Ihe solid reshi'ie
contains a irgt amount of tanoin, derived from
storing in oaken ckki. which impart* to fln< old
wh:a%y one of its valuable individual qualities.
The amount of residue proves the whlfkytobe
free from the excessive coloring and sweetening
so generally used in adulterating, lu fact, in two
words, it is the PLRKsr WHISKY, and will not
only supplv a public want, now that whiskies are
ao generally adulterated, but will be of greatest
valua to physicians in those numerous '
where pure whiskies are the most useful for !
■tedicinea. G. COOKE. M. D
Bold this vear lOO.OvO cases on the Pacific coast. I
Sold by all std grocer* by tte bottie
aiid gallon.
Mo genuine except the name t»f Q. SiiumrnUs
acrosb the cork.
SOLE AGENTS:
SCHWABACHER BROS. 4 CO.
ut-d^iu
HOT BOSTON BROWN BREAD
—AND—
PORK AND BEANS
EVERY SUNDAY MOBNING.
LMLYE VOI R ORDERS AT
Piper's* Bakery.
elft-dtf
K EATING'S COUGH LOZENGES.
The great English Remedy. I here is un
questionably no ether remedy so certaiu in
its effects. " ASTHMA. WINTKR I'OI'UII
BRONCHITIS, and DISORDERS OF THE
THROAT alike yield to its influence. The high
est medical testimony atatea no better curt- for
these complaints exists (now proved by over half
a century's experiance) They contain no opium,
morphia, or any violent drug. KEATING'S
COUGH LOZENGES, prepared by THOMAS
KEATING, London, Britain, are sold by all drug,
gists. Agents for the Pacific Ooast, KKUINUTON
k CO. and OH AS. LANGLEY & CO.. Van Fran
cisco. nol6-d*w3m.
Pacific Mail
STEAMSHIP CO.
Winter Arrangement—lß79:
THE SPLENDID SIDE-WHEEL STEAMSHIP
CHINA
H. O. MORSE, Commander,
Will leave on tha dates hereafter mentioned.
Fare from Seattle to San FranrUro:
CABIN S3O I STEERAGE 110
LEAVES
■•a Francisco Seattle 1 Victoria )
Oot. 20 Oct. 8 | Oct. 10 ;
Nov. 10 " 28 t " 30 .
" 29 NOT. 18 f Nov. 20 f
Dec. 20 Dee. 8 t Dec. 10
" 28 J '• 30 J
THE STEAMSHIP
CITY OF CHESTER
1.400 TOUH,
PETER MACKIE, COMMANDER.
Will leave on the following date*:
Ban Franelaoo 1 Seattle Victoria
Oct. 10 i Oct. 20
" SO Nov. 10 .
Nov. 20 f On Arrival, •• 29
Dee. 10 I Dec. 20
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Theae steamers leave Victoria at noeu on the
day advertised. Tickets are good only on the
steamer for which they are purchasod, and are
not transferable.
REDUCTION IN FREIGHT.
Hereafter the freights which, as per tariff, hive
been $6 per ton. will be charged at $5 per ton.
From aad after this date ALL BAOGAOB of Pugft
Sound passengers bv p. 11. 8. g. Oo.'s steamer*
via Victoria wlil be under custom-bouse seal, and
will not be subject to examination by custom
house authoritlea in Sac Francisco.
Seattle, July 10, 1879.
For freight or passage apply on board, or to
H. L. TIBBALS,
General Agent for Puget Sound,
Port Townsend. W. T.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
IMSD Office AT Oltvpia, W. T.,l
October 2.1 d, 187 J. )
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
following-named settler he» filed notice of
bla Intention to make final proof in support of hi*
claim, and aecura final entry thereof at the expir
ation of thirty days from the date of this notice,
▼la:
Nile* B. Pktxbson, Homestead Application No.
3071, for the NX of NES< of Sec. 24. Tp 26 N.. R.
S E., and namea the following as his witnesses,
via: Ole Scbilliatadt, of Elng County, W. T.. and
Frederick Jensen, of King County, W T.
i. T. BROWN.
nlwst Register.
SEATTLE
SOAP FACTORY
A. H. HECKSOX, Proprietor.
Commercial Street, Seattle
Manufacturer of a superior article of Washing
and Toilet Soap below San Francisco price*.
Kenkuti aad other* will find it to their ad.
vantage to patronise home industry.
|y«-wtf
WANTED
AT THE
SEATTLE AUCTION AND COMMISSION STORE
A LOT OF
Second-hand Furniture & Stoves
For which we will pay the
on delivery of the lime.
OOI7U %N <k CHKADLK.
039-dlm
1.8. HABKXESS.
MONEY EXCHANGE,
Mill Strtrt, opposite the Puxtuffire
QoM, Silver and Greenbacks bongLt and eotd at
the very lowest rate* of exchange.
al*O o* tut m
Choicest Brands of Cigars aad Tobacco
Jel-dtf
REDUCTION IN_PRICE OF COAL.
O* f*® AFTtH THE Sis* OF OCTOBER
th* Seattle Oual and Transportation Cos
p«ny will reSail eoal in Seattle at
•4 OO por Ton, Cash.
o»4iw 9. r. Uoa. Supt. I
MISCELLANEOUS.
M. R. MADDOCKS
SEATTLE DRUG STORE, SEATTLE, W, T,
DRUGS AND CHEMICALS,
Toilet \nd Fancy Articles.
SICN-Seattte Drug Store.
PQTi-du
G. W. (iOVB. T. O. XVtVIUSOX
GOVE & WILSON,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
AND DEALERS IN
All Kinds of Pre luce, Hay, Grain, Flour, Feed, Etc.
Y«'hlci-'s Wliart; Moattlo, >V. T,
nuvl-diwtf
TO SPORTSMEN,
JOHN SULLIVAN
IIAS A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF
RIFLES, SHOTGUNS AND PISTOLS
Of the bfst makers at extremely low prices,
Alno Cnrtridgen, Ammanition and Plnhing Tackle.
ID fact Everything in the Sportiug Line.
| Commercial Street, Seattle, W. T. no*Mtr
CARRIAGE OWNERS
Order your work dono with. C. T. Raynolds
& Co's Standard Varnishes and Superfine Coach
Colors. These Varnishes and Colors are in
use in all the principal Coach and Car Shops
throughout the United States, and are every
where recognir cd as the "best for all Fine Work.
C. T. Reynolds £ Co's Varnishes are now manufac
tured expressly fo. this marker, to suit the peculiarities
of climate.
SEATTLE IRON WORKS.
JAMES C. FOX, PROPRIETOR.
Front Street, foot of Seneca,
(On premises formerly occupied by Bullene A Williamson)
MANUFACTURERS OF, AND HAVE OW HAND.
High mill Low Pressure Murine and NUtionary ROILKRS and IC\<Jl\KS| NM
Mills, Grist Mills; Mining and Agricultural Machinery.
AOKM FOB THE CEUDIIAILD MOOP.B k PARKER WATER WHEEL, chenper than aoy other drat
class Wheel,
REPAIRING OF MACHINERY AND BOILERS promptly attended to and executed with ue&tneM
and dispatch. None bu*. first class mechanics employed.
AC EM FOR KNOOLKS' AND THK F M.F.BRATFD HOOKER PATENT STEAM PUMP; also fcr GATES'
HYDRAULIC BTEERIN J APPARATT3. SPARK ARRESTERS. ETC. ol&dtf
MILLINERY
NEW STOKER NEW GOODS!
Ladies' and Misses 3 Hats and Bonnets at San Francisco Prices.
rpHE I.ADIES OF SEvTTLE AND VICINITY ARE] INVITED TO CALL AND EXAMINE OC*
L Stock before purchasing elsewhere.
LaiiiiV Fur Sets and Caps mat ato ordT, al 'erej and repaired. White mis c'eanel. Festhsrf
cleaned and curled. Laces clt ated. Kid Gloves cleaned.
SrOUK F'LR THK I'UKTENT IN KENNEL'S lil II.MV<I. ON OoLt'MBtA ST., SECOND DOOR FROM FBOVT.
ow-dtf MILLS Sl KENNEDY.
D. A. JENNINGS
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
Provisions, Wines, Liquors,
Cigars, &c.
HARDWARE AT COST
411 Good* Cheap for Canli.
CITT DRUG STORE,
Geo. W. Harris & Co.
PURE ANI) FRESH DRUGS.
Particular Attention Paid to Orders. ocWd4 „tf

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