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Mil l INTELLICENCBR.
Fridays November 14, 1879.
LOCAL PARAGRAPHS.
The Mastick towed the Yosemite to «. *
yesterday.
The Josephine is having her boiler,
overhauled and fixed up by Messrs
foster k King.
Capt W. B. Seabury took the Dako
ta down to Panama, on her recent
to Mexico and Central America
Reports from the Skagit mines con
tinue encouraging, and parties continue
to ascend the river t) procure t!>eir
claims.
The ladies of the Congregational
church will give their next regular
jociahle at the residence of Mrs. John
Jilanchari, on Sixth street near Jsmes
Everybody is cordially iuvitod.
Frank Johnson and Henry Hallhow
ir, two young men of experie <ce. will
open the "Commercial Street Oyster
md Chop House" on Saturday. Their
TLI! d is next to H McAleer & CO.'H tin
store.
On the 15th of October a lnnd slide
at Inverness, B C, at tte mouth of
Skeena river, carried into the wa s»vm
h'.imoa and a quantity of roa! aii'i cord
wood. No lives were 1 o»t.
Tho WBKKLT IWTEI.&IOICKCKR, frenb
and moist from the press, will be at
Humphrey'a book and new a stand again
to.lay. Ten cents only for the biggest,
brightest and best newspaper in the
Territory.
A meeting wat held last evening f< r
tlio purpose of organizing an amateur
dramatic and minstrel foci' ty at Yeg-
It-r's Hull. A number < f young m«.-n
were on band, who aignitit*d a willing
ness to take lnld of the matter. May
MICCC»I> attend their efforts.
Since the Cleo Clab has procured the
tervices of an experienced musical
director and admitted ladies to mem
hership in their society we learn they
ar» getting on swimingly, and bid fair
to become one of the permanent organ
i/itious of our city.
The work of grading the N. P. R. R
11us been finished to a point twelve
utiles beyond the month of Snake river.
Gnat diillculty is found in obtaining
water. All used at prcsont is taken
from a Well 128 feet deep, located (even
uiiles out. Four hundred men and 40
teams are at work. Iron for the track
bas been landed at Wallula. If ties
can be obtained, tho track will l>e laid
a* far as the road is graded this winter.
SNOIIOMIBH CoUKT The District
Court held »t Snohomish City ud*
jiiurned at 3 o'clock Wednosday utter
noon. Duting the toriu two indict
ments wero found— one against an
liiditn for stealing goods out of a store
and the other again -t a party still at
lurije. 'i he Indian furnished bonds,
and his triul w*s postponed. There
were n> jury trials whatever. The
loggors AH it s wero all settled, and in
cases where the logs have been sold the
money will be divided up. The Nellie
last evening brought up Jadge Greene,
Prosecuting Attorney liallard, Thos.
Hurlro, James McNaught, C. D. Emery.
J. J. McGilvru and 11. Brosrn, Jr., all
of whom hai beou is attendance.
Judge Jacobs csiue up as far asMukil
too, where he went ashoro to see his
old friend Col. Front, ar.d will not be
heme for a day or so.
School EI.KCTION.--At the last school
election our city cait 12? vot»s. and in
so doing buit Walla Walla, which voted
on the tame day, 1«» to 1. Of the latter
tho following, taken from the Statfiman,
is the report: As heretofore announced,
the annual school elections were lielti
last Saturday. In school district No. 1
(upper town) no cloclioii nai held at
all. Tho clork of tlint district was
there waiting for the directors tp attend
or th>' electors to organize the hoard,
but neither came, and, after sitting
there until 4 o'clock P.M., ho made a
motion to adjourn, whioh vat unanim
ously carried, lu district 34, lower
town, the bowl organized, and, after
sitting four lot>i< houra, polled 8 votes
and no more. F W Pain* was declared
dectod director and It Guicbard clerk.
BOI>Y POI ND. - The remains of iittle
Uuth Merrill, were found on the beach
yesterday morning, half a mils below
the wharf, from which she was drown
ed, with her mother, on the night of
November sth. The friends were no
tified, and at «nce had the body pre
pared for interment. At one o'clock
yesterday afternoon all that was mortal
of the daughter was laid to rest
by the side of her mother, in the old
Seattle cemetery. Thus the curtain
falls over oue of the saddest incidents
it has been our paiuful duty to chron
icle. Mrs Merrill and her little daugh
ter lluth will live loug in the memories
nf our people, who deeply deplore the
»«ful accident that befell them.
AT SCOTT'S COURT.— Bob Williams
fined #'2o and costs for avaulting a
klx>trhman. on Washington street
yesterday morning. Being an old of
fender, be was plaoed under SIOO bonds
to keep the peace fcr three months.
Bondsmen were quickly found end the
tsquireJ bonds given. Three Indian
woiuon, who have been tbe source of
tuueh annoyance aod troublo for some
tioitf, were given notice by Mr Scott
Ibst unless they left town at once,
cbtrges of vagrancy would be brought
*g*icßt thorn. They are very loth to
hut their absence will save tbe
»mnty much useless expense.
HEAL ESTATE.— Tho following are
Ibe transactions ia real estate, as re
corded iu the Auditor's office, since our
report:
A A Denny to D P Pickard, lots 5
tad 8, of block 39, A A Denny's addi
*«oo. 1500.
Aaron Mercer and wife to John Graf,
on the Duwamish river,
Cojicchked Is.—A telegram from
U 'jnipu, received last night, announ
tUo concurrence by the Houae iu the
amendment to the Uoivciaity
• This amendment makea the
oeut to be given by the Territory
i—. fI.OOO per annum, end
*®oant to be given for ap
pWik®« and reference books at S4OO.
DROWSED AT THE DALLES. OA
Monday evening, a young man named
W. H. Marraj, employed as a deck
hand 011 the river steam»r R R
Thompson, le.i into tile Cuiuailii river
at the Dalles, and was drowned. The
tallowing are the particulars: The
steamer R. R. Thompson was making a
lauding at the Datles about dark, and
the word was given to pas* out the
gang plank. Murray seized <nie ot the
rop*s, and it> jumping on to the wharf,
lost bit balance, and, falling backwards
plunged headlong into the river be
tween the boat and the dock. Every
effort was made to save him. but in
vain, and at last accounts hit body had
not bean recovered. Murray was about
25 years of age, acd during the time lie
had been employed on tlie Thompson
had made himtelf a favorite with every
one connected with tlie stsamer nnd
with many at the Dalles The youi:g
mau came irom Sea'tle a few months
ago, and bis parents re»i le ot.
Sound Murray had tome to the
Lal'eson the Thuinpsoc, in r«:ponteto
a subpena to l>i present thec<>uri,
and there sterns to lisva been a fatality
in bis meeting d-ath as he did
The river tanks will bed >*ely wa'.oJie 1
in the hop- thit hi* body wi.l be
washed ashore, arid Christian biri»i
awarded him. - Portland Ht'indard
SUIT I3KOU<>III. —the odd Fe'do*S'
barings II uA < t S<»o r'ranesi-ci ''U«
brought suit ag«imt the estate nf Win
C Ralston for $177.5<0. On the day of
his death he owed the hank ju«t double
that amount, but paid one«balf b- fore
committing suicide. The coaipiant
cays that the cieditoit of W C Ka'»t<v.
were John RoeenMd, $1<>,000; C A Low
A Co, 858,000; R C Johnson, SIO,OOO ;
R 8 Floyd, $50,000; Jer<>mo Lincoln,
$25,000; Michael Rteae. $150,000; A J
Pope, $25,000; Security Hank,
$100,000; Savings uid I. m S.ch ty,
$250,000. It is uverriil. according to
information aud belief, that Jerome
Lincoln, Miohaet Reete. \ J Pop-, the
Security Bank and Savings and Loan
Bank have been paid 75 per cent, of
their claims; John Rosenfeld, C A Low
& Co, M Krlich and R S Floyd 77 J per
cent, of their clsims; sui 1 tuius being
received io fall for all claim* aud de
mands. And, further, that all the
creditors except plaintiff have settled
with him; wherefore judgment is de
manded tor $177,500 aud interest from
Sept 4th, 1875, and for an accounting
by defendant of his trust.
NEW YOHK EI.KVATKD HAII.R IADS
'Clio investigation of the elevated rail
roads of New York City is now in pro
gress. The fao'H brought forth show
that these ru»>h «r« vcty costly, but
yet bid fair to bv >nr* proftt'ihl*. Tim
M.-t ro|iotitan his cost, up to thw time,
$K(H),000 a milo for the fifteen miles of
its length, aud »t is estimated that the
expenditures yet to be mad<* will in
crease tbis to $1,000,000 |or utile. 'I be
company have expended SIOO,OOO in
experiments on plans f >r consuming the
smoke of their fftigiues ar.d cinrters.
Their cars cost $3,400 each, and their
engines $.i,000 to $5 'JOO each The
road lias 50 engines and I.*>o cars. They
claim that they have aided $100,000,-
000 to the city's taxable valuation f>y
increasing tbe value of property lu the
suburbs. During the three mouths
•nding September 30th there were car
ried on the Third, Sixth and Ninth
avenue lines 12,012,036 passengers, and
the receipts were $900,002; the aver
ag« faro being cents. The Metro
politan road, it is estimated, will pay
quarterly dividends of 2% percent.
A SMART BOY. — The Walla Walla
Watchman tells this : Recently two ro
bust, hard working farmer's boys sat
on the south side ef Adams Bros. store,
backing thamsolves in the glorious
warm nun. and telling each other with
a sort of I .ovish prido what they could
do ''l," said oue, *'can uiako iwo
trips to th'' mountaifs in a day. aud
haul a lead of wood each tim*." "And
I." said ths ether •' milk ten cows
every morniug before breakfast." "<>
pshaw !" Hoorufullv exclaimed one of
our city boys who happened to listeu
to the conversation, " giro us a rest on
that racket ! That's nothing ! Why,
I can get away with a package of
cigarettes each day and make the
smoke come out of my nose !" then he
walked off feeling as big as a load of
hsy.
WHEAT AND FLOUR— Messrs Joues A
McCotnb, of the Starr Mills, have just
received a large consignment of excel
lent Oregon wheat, which they are now
grinding iuto flour. They are uaking
arrangements for the purchase of an
other large lot of the same kind of
wheat, a stock of whioh they will here
after keep on band. With pood wheat
this firm can turn out a superior ouality
of flour, and hereafter they intend using
none but the beet. Their price list,
both wholesale and retail, will hereafter
be found in the INTELLIUENCER'S ad
vertising columns, and will be corrected
from day to day, at the market varies,
so that our citiz. tj» can be always in*
formed of the price of flour This is
an enterprising firm, and should receive
•very encouragement.
SUNDAY LAWS —At the last Council
the Suuday law was passed, ard now
look oat for its enforcement. All busi
ness houses must be closed with these
exceptions: Barber shops saay keep
open till 12 m. Bakeries, hotels and
drug stores msy keep open all day, but
all other liusiness houses must shut up
and take a re*t Whether saloons are
embraced or not. is still a question of
doubt. There seems to be a little mis
understanding about that in the Coun
cil, but let justice be done. Saloon
keepers need a rest as well as dry
goods merchants. It will also be un
lawful hereafter to keep saloons open
after 12 o'clock, mi tmgbt W all*
WalU Watehman.
Suippisq NOTES The Mijotic
towed to Miltou di«charge ballaat. The
bark« Giett Western, Lizzie Williams
ami Whiitler »ro at the enal ahutea.
The barkentine Modoc atil) awaita her
turn *t the ahutea.
HihTHi'A* PaeTV. —A nuoilwr of the
many frienda of Mr. and Mr*. M. YL.
Modd>tcka a*aembled last evening at the
family reaidence oo Front etreet, and
commemorated in a happy -anner tna
birthday of that worthy citixen.
PIRKIXO ▲ CARTRIDGE— The little
girl of a New Jersey lady named Cady
a couple of weeki ago took to her mo*
ther a cartridge and asked to have the
cap taken off for a top to her lead
pencil The mother, taking the child
in her lap. began picking out the ful
minating powder with a pin. An ex
plosion fallowed, and the throe chil
dren who stood by her were more or
less i jureJ, including tke one in her
lap. The fingers of Mrs Cady'a right
han l had to tw amputated, and pieces
of copper were taken from the arms and
necks of the little ones.
TIN WEDDISOS. —These odd affairs
arc suddenly popular and Lumercus.
Two on the tapis for Saturday
evening of this week. One will be ia
a Tfiird street dwelling and the other
on Fifth.
Ponr lii AEEI.Y.—The will is run
ning night and day. Four v»csc!sare
at thedi«k ta«ing on lumber, namely:
Bark* ntif »-•• II :r« ka and R K Han and
scho i era >u;i I'u?va Ventura and
E.i-e
Do .' r p i.it y< ur gun at yourself.
Don t i''t yntir gun at tiny one »Is#
Don't i linili <ivi r • fence and pu'<l your
iju'i nf'i ry< u miizzl* f.iretn Mt. Don't
P..t > ur h I:d over the muzzle. DJU'I
carry it nt half c<>ck. Don't carry it
w:th the hammer down Don't fail to
tike i* dose of E.inl Free*'* celebrated
Ha'i.bu-g Tea CM ca'i mally, as it is the
b- st blood purifier and liver regulator
auiorg medicines Don't carry a gun
at all.
* Falae Imoretelou.
It i- f i rfil y -ui>j-« s-d l.y physicians
a I • .:<• p. oj le g-iertilly tb»t
rn?i l ot invariably b ■ cured, but we are
plea.-e 1 to say that GIIEEN'S Afot'ST
FLOWEK has never, to our knowledge,
failed to cure Dyspepsia and Liver
Complaint in all its forms, such as Sour
Stomach, Costiveness, Sick Headache,
Palpitation of the Heart, Indigestion,
bad taste iu the mouth, «ic. Out of
tbo 50,000 dozen bott'es sold last year,
not a singlu failure was reported, but
thousands of complimentary letters re
ceived from Druggists of wouderfnl
cures Three doeea will relieve any
cas<?. Try it. Sample Bottles 10 cents.
Hegular si7.-i 75 cents. For sale by all
Druggists.
Ur. I. a .ilar'« steiulual Pllla
Cure all t-Hses of Seminal Weakness,
(.os< of Vigor, N'octnrnal Emissions,
Impoton<:y, Nervous and Physical De
bility. a:.d all that clais of complaints
uritii.g from excess, indiscretion or
abuse. Th« old find in this retnedv A
FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH, and "the
young a safeguard aud protection. DK.
LA MAK'S SEMINAL PILLS restore the
Sexual Organs, debilitated from what
ever <Mii«e, to their prisiine vigor.
Price, $2 50 per bottle. Sent C. O. D.
by express to any address, secure from
observation Address all orders to A.
McIIOYLK & CO, Druggists, P. O.
Box 1 052, San Francisco.
jy2d«&wly3dp
H. KM A N HYDE £ Co. Pacific Coast
Ag«* nt». Also agents for the celebrated
K-tcy ami Standard Organs. For She«t
Music and Brass Instruments, address
SIIF.KiIAN, HYDK «fc Co.,
ai'g3l-d*wly San Francisoo.
Everybody rushes it litis' Tlvon
BKMt I! Al l. to i£« t the coolest glass of
btcr i.i town. Besides Scbaffor's cele
brated St«si*< com and Schuueg's Beer
on tap. jon will find Budweiser, St.
Louis, aod Milwaukee Lager Beer iu
pint and quart bottloj. Also all kinds
of cold lunches to ordor. A new
Pigeonhole Tabid in the bouse. St.
dozen quart bottles delivered to any
part of the city.
OCCIDENTAL HOTEL, AT VICTORIA
Persons visiting Victoria should not
fail to'stop at the Occidental Hotel. It
is the first hotel froui the steamboat
landing ; is firc-proof; has good accom
modation for families, and as good
meal* as any home in the city, at only
II M per day.
W U. JESBBK,
Wharf street, Victoria, B. C.
NlehoU** Infallible lajectlow,
Guaranteed to euro promptly and per
manently every case ot Gonorrhoea,
Gleet ard Whites, no matter of how
long standing, if directiens are followed.
Internal medicine not recommended or
necessary. A cure guaranteed or money
refunded. For sale by Geo. W. Harris &
Co . wholesale and retail druggists, Se
attle, VV. T- olodawfm
ANDREW CIIILUEKU, Vico Consul for
Sweden and Norway, is prepared to
execute any business pertaining to the
office. Issues sight drafts en all the
principal cities of Great Britain, Ger
mauy. Italy, Russia. Norway, Sweden
and Denmark. Also eells tickots at
lowest rites to an l from Europe.
ANDREW CHILBEEG, Agent,
diw Seattle, W. T.
UK*. GRAMT MtVBTi
iu exquisite perfume, ptepared and
sold at the Pioneer Drug Store only.
Give it a trial and you will use no
other, for it is equal to the best Lubia'a
Price oulv fifty cents per bottle. Foil
ounce, and pot up in eleuant style.
KELLY JK Yoixo
lit* Boss Lrucu AND THE B*BT
BEER, YOU will always find at the
Concordia Hall, on Mill street, not
only the best of boose made, bat also
the excellent Humboldt Lager Beer.
Also imported beer in quart or pint
bottles. Boiled ham and ell kinds of
cold lunches to order.
We at nd all our Pianoe aud Organ
on trial. We aell oo eaay installments
and warrant onr Inatromenta for flea
rears. For Price Liata aend to Sats
iia*. Hvnß Jfc Co. 8»i» Franciacu.
Til* fineat branda of Cigara and To
bacco at the Adelphi Cigar Stand. op
posite Yealor'a Ball. JJ^t
! MISCELLANEOUS.
W. H. PtTMPHREY,
BOOKSELLER and STATIONER
SEATTLE, "YV. T.
THE MOST COMPLETE STOCTOF BOOKS AND STATIONERY
KEPT ON THE SOUND.
AGENT FOR TJIEj NEW SERIES OF
, Sclxool Books.
PROPERTY OWNERS
1
To insure good material, stipulate in
all your Contracts for Painting that nothing
shall be used except C. T. Raynolds & Co's
Pure Paints and Oils.
Painters who use C. T. Raynolds & Co's Paints and
Oils do the BEST AND CHEAPEST WORK, because PURE
MATERIAL GOES FURTHER, !"?KS BETTER, and LASTS
LONGER than any other.
DEXTER HORTON & CO..
BANKERS
SEATTLE, W. T.
DEPOSITS RECEIVED AND ACCOtNTS KKI'T
SI'BJECT TO CIIKCK OR OR AIT.
BlgM Exchange 4nd Telegra'hi* Trin»'»-i or ?an
fraoeiico, Portland and New Toilt.
Sight and Slxtv-day bill* of Ext'haiijt l il»a«ru in
■Una t" «ult <1 ra" e:i lan 1:1. jvalM'r jmvtk'.rc
10 E«r>pe.
Mobey lu*ut<l i>u ' v ' ' ""t'lri'i.
Hoci*. and tlher rece.viH on
dtpotii for tafe tr;eplu;.
Collections made auJ proo<;'Ji promptly remitted.
octlH-Utf
SLORAH
& Co.'s
"BOSS"
BEER
Still Takes the Lead.
PATRONIZE
Direct Importations
BY HOME HOUSES.
The undaralgned in the sol* Agenta for the
Pacific Coaat of the
Celebrated Fair Oaks
Boorbou Whiskies,
Imported by them direct from lantern I>l«ti!lcr.
laa, tbaa avoiding tba doctoring pruceM or San
Franciaoo cellaia; are guaranteed pare, and of
farad to tba trade In lota to «ult. at low. r prlcea
tbaa gooda of a aiml'ar quality can ba bought for
alaawbara.
For further particular! apply to
S. BAXTER A CO.,
Sole Agent*.
Seattle. W. T., Sept. 18.187». alMAwtf
WANTED
AT TBI
SEATTLE AUCTION AND COMMISSION STORE
A LOT or
Second-hand Furniture & Stoves
For which we will pay the Highest Ca»h Price
on delivery of the aame.
DOl'G IV & CHEADLE.
00410
I, B. HABKSESS.
MONEY EXCHANGE,
Jf a Street. opposite the Poatofiee.
OoM. Wlvet aad Oreenbacki bought and ao'.d at
Um vary loweat rate* of exchange.
aiao OH aui TU
Ckocaet Braada of Ci**n aad Tobacco
jel-dtf
FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS
wanted the at C. O. D. Stot*. on Occi
dental Square. Gold and ailver taken
at par in ncbanga for goooi. apdtf
L. S. IcLURE
lUiv.DW.B Ii»
H. W. HOWI.AND,
J
i
| GENERAL
I Insurance Agent
] Fire, Marine, Life and Accident.
i
DEALER IN
j COUNTY, CITY AND TERRITORIAL
I 1
SC II I 1* -
i Occidental Square, Seattle, W. T.
ablSO-dtf
' _ .. ..
GO TO A. P. FREEMAN
FOR VOI R
| BOOTS AND SHOES
llppairtntf Neatly Done.
Agent for Vincent'* Custom Ma le BOOIH.
Shop on Front Street, o;p>si:e HUUIVJU'*
luii.tins ui-atr
Pacific Mail
STEAMSHIP CO.
Winter Arrangement—lß79:
|
THE SPLENDID SIDE-WHEEL STEAMSHIP
CHINA
I
11. O. MOUSE, Commander,
Will LEAVE on the Gates hereafter ruentlonsd.
Fare froiu Seattle to San Franrlsro:
CABIN |3O | STEERAGE $lO
LEAVES
flan Francisco | Seattle 1 Victoria )
Oct. 20 Oct. 8 I Oct. 10 J
N"V. 10 F " 58 j. •• 30 .
" 29 I NOT. LI F Nov. 20 F
Dec. 23 | Dec. a Dec. 10
" 2M i " 30 )
THE STEAMSHIP
CITY OF CHESTER
1.400 Tout.
PETEK MACKIE, COMMANDER.
I
Will leave on the fot'owlct; date*:
Ban Francisco J Brattle 1 VLF torts
Oct. 10 | 1 Oct. 30
- SO ; } Nov. 10 >
Nov. 20 F On Arrival, [ " 29
Dee. 10 I J Dee. 20
•• X I
TL'-xe stesuiers leave Victoria at noen on the
day advertised. Ticket* are good °NLJ on the
steamer for which they are purchased, and are
! not transferable.
REDCCTION IN FREIGHT.
Hereafter the freight* which, a* per tariff, have
been 16 per tun. will BE c?>arged at 15 per ton.
From ABL 4>ER this da»e ALL BaooauK of Fuget
Bonnd paasengr-r* b- P. M. 8. 8. Co. * ateaiiisr*
via Victoria will be under ctuu M-! ou»e aeal. and
will not be lubject to examination by diatom
' house authorities in Sax. Frar.CL^co.
Seattle. Jnly 10. 1379.
For freight or PAS*A£» apply on or to
U. L. TIBBALH,
Genera'. for Puijet SOAO'T.
furt Townsead. W. T.
CUN SMITHING
I HAVE BEHOVED MY SEOP TO
Coinmon ial Mirent,
• •IT tteOil TO h.»SB tktaAXtiK.
ffkm 1 Mil prepared to do tiie bfkt of VuTk is
my lun >t the uotJ<°«.
nl-dU L. NEUMAN.
MISCELLANEOUS.
F. W. ViLI«
o- ssor to Wustli 'fl .V. Waiu),
* .£ >: -
Jf _ <
-r -• r*h - - «>- ■ ■ ~
- * 5
5 | £;■ A* ft'A ' i 331
2 j «•) | = ../r i--• w &
3 1 M? -J v /;*»\ ,/il u2C3 S
its V hm 13 -
* sk o i c> 11 j \ o\
■J | T |^3B:
A grloulturAl Implements.
CMHFORD & ÜBBINGTOH,
IMPOITEBS AND JOBBERS
SEATTLE. W. T.
The Finest Stock on Paget Sound of
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
Hardware, Cutlery,
IRON AND STEEL,
Tools and Implements or All Kinds
CROCKERY 3c QLASSWABE,,
Paints, Oils and. G-lasa,
Foreign and lOomestlc
Wines, Liquors and Cigars,
LIME, PLASTER, BRICK, CEMENT, &C.
! Agents for
Fish Bros. & Co/s Celebrated Wagons,
BOCA BREWING CO.,
! IMPERIAL NORTHERN IND OUEEN I\SLRA\(K CO.
• OP LONDON AND LIVERPOOL,
j Aggregate Capital $33,0P0,000
Crawford & Harrinsrt an,
COMMERCIAL STREET, SEATTLE, W. T.
" JylO-iUwt!
THE CHEAPEST PLACE TO TRADE
1 s AT
SCHWABACBER BROS. & CO
NCinVAUACHEII BROS. & CO.
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M.JA. KELLY. A.JB. VOI'SO.
KELLY & YOUNG
(»cccrs<i<i»3 TO M. *. IIU.T * CO.)
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
DRUGS, MEDICINES, PERFUMERY,
Fancy Goods, Etc.
Order* by Mail or Otherwise Promptly Attended to.
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NORTH PACIFIC
ilron Works Co.,
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Seattle, W. T. f
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MAXIFACTIBEBB OF
! STEAM ENGINES. BOILERS
Saw Mill, Crist Mill &
Steamboat Machinery.
IRON & BRASS CASTINGS
MADE TO ORDER.
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p;*ni>, and P.ttenia funil.he.l >1 ,
abort notice.
JOHN NATION. Superintendent.
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MOVING BUILDINGS.
THE C!»DEBBIO*ED 13 NOW PREPARED To
I mo*e large or amaH bullJinfca from *ne Uwe-
II .ii V) ancther. Will aUo
Rnine or Lower Building,
Or Other Hravjr
Work promptly done In 8. attic o* any port on
the Sound. and aatlafactioa
guaranteed.
Jj-iidlm A. O. BKXJA3IW.
$5 00 REWARD.
rpjlE ABOVE REWABD WILL BE PAID BY
J. the underaigned for the return to hltu of a
pocket-book containing valuable papera recently
lo«t by John Forcey. dec«a.»l. No quealiona
will be aaked The finder mat ao:..t It through
the peat-office. If he dc«lre.. aftsr taking oat the
amount It contained. aome twenty odd dollar*.
The paper* arc "hat are wanted.
1 J-dlm I- WADDEIX. (
JACOB LEVY,
IT ailoring,Cleaning and Repairing
CASH PAID FOR
SECOND-HAND CLOTHING
BLANKETS-
Watches and Jewelry.
1 Commercial Street, between Waahlngton and
Main, Seattle. W. T.
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RE-OPENING
CiW THE
CITY BEER HALL.
'I UK I NDMI-iIiNHD HAH OPENED THE
1 City Beer Hall in the re«r of the
where he will b*r>-aft»-r be e>ad to meet bia
friend* and the public in general.
Beat of Beer alwiya on tap, and aerved at fl»a
. centa per glata.
r. C. KVHItSHAM,
o-VJtf Proprietor.
COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE.
'| HE INDFRBIOXED HAVE FOItMED A CO
-1 paituer>hlt> under the firm name of Tret-a
k Ita> mond for the purpoae of carrying an the
i wholeeale and retail Boot and bLoe bu»ln~aa la
Seat le. Tb«y tovi'e a continuance of eld boal
net-a au'l i b < >-. i of new, and promlaetodo
thai: y-j btrt t»> -l« ferre It.
iL. A. TREEX.
w of. Raymond.

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