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VOL. Vll * 0 IXTKIIIMMKR. Street, Foot of Cherry. — ~ jr^jKa _ OF~ADVERTI3ING: lone inch or less;, Ist Insertion, »1 00 l££qnent Insertion «> PROFESSIONAL CARD 3. IRVING BALLARD, Attorney-at-Law. onavCSTING ATTORNEY THIRD JUDICIAL PBO9E DISTRICT. ~m,, on Commercial Street, next door to gebmbaefcer Bros, k C o.'s, up stairs. oIS-d cTk. jenner, Counselor and Attorney at law, Will prsctice In all the Courts ol Washington Territory. nffice with J»dls e Jacobs, on Jsmes Street, tattle, ».T. 011-dawlm .J. It. LEWIS, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Orritt-Batler's Building, Rooms 4 and 5, James ktreet, opposite Occidental Hotel. SEATTLE, WASHINGTON TERRITORY. jstf-dtf S. C. HYDE, tuny and Counsellor at law SEATTLE, W. T. Oiflje 0:1 Commercial Street, west stda. O. JACOBS, Attorney and Counsellor at law Oileela building formerly occupied by Larrabes t Hauford, near Occidental Ho:el. Rosins** promptly attended to. U. 0. HTiiCVK. JOHN LEAST. STRUVE & LEARY, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW SEATTLE, W. T. Dilife um Commercial Street, nearly oppoalte the uflli'e formerly occupied by Mc*Vsugbt k U»ry. 523-dftwtf lAMKb MoNaUUUT. Jotttl'll F. McMauuut. McNAUOHT BROS. inntMVS -AT-LAW, die ATT LB, W. T., Ulllo.. ..11 Kiritt Floor In Uolman'a brick Block. Kutramo on <!>intnarclal Street. DR. E. L. SMITH. Ur'KK-K—('oliuitti'ii Building, cor. Mill mil Commercial Hlrati Office hour*, '2 to 5 r. m. ltesldt-ure corner Mill and Commercial btr-eU. os-dtr DR. G. A. WEED, sUIUiKON ANI) PHYSICIAN, SEATTLE, W. T. SulUixm's liloek, up Stairs. Oilico liourn from 10 a. m. to 2 w. U., and 5 to 7r.ii. QRS. A. S H. B. BAGLEY, tiom (ropathiats, SEATTLE, W. T. |\K. 11. B. BAGLEY, IATE PHOFKBBOH OF U Pfiuclplp* and Practice of Surgery In the Hlohlgan (Neutral Mod leal College, will maka Oiwrative Surnury su<l Surgical PlMtlW a apaclal t: i tad will attend to call* la aaypartofttM sun*. ** ' art iiiiiiii ELECTRICITY j PLSOTRIOITY, OF THE DIFFEKENT COII -1-* bl nations and furors. if rationally applied, *lll cure tbv most atuborn canee of CHRONIC DISEASES. 4io Substantiate this I offer to take mim by wntract if desired Otße* on Commercial street, op p. mite Bohwa bubsr's store, Seattle, W. T. jalO-dtf IT. HDAIi:, Electrician. 9ft J.S. MAQGS '™ Dentist, •jfkick, mill street, T <* Sal 1« and llarnev* »tor», EAST OF OO OIDfcNTAi, HOTEL. DENTISTRY. J. C. GRASBK. DENTIST, OF- JtEJSK itce over L. P Smith k Sou '• Jewel- ry Stunt, Sullivan'* Block, BNttlt. li ,J for Otiickerlntf k Son'a Celebrated "Wi. ARTHUR DOYLE, Allu II;I T K T. OFFICE OCCIDENTAL HOTEL harmony lodge no. s x. p. JUGULAR MEETING THURSDAY EVENINGS »t c I' M , at MASONIC HALL. »; ** B:b ' r « In goo.l standing an» cuidially U to attend. aSldtf COLLECTION AGENCY. I HE t SL»E.iS!ONED OAS OPENED AN OF IB BailrtV building, wh«r» he will b* """"i WMytodoalt kindaof Collecting , Copying. Adjusting ol Books, i»ii oTiua work in iiie cubical u*t parmlsaioa-John UtfT, 11,1 Olanchud, A. SloraU, and It. 8. McLure. 4. W. SMALL. THE SKAGIT JKIXRS. MOUNT VERNON, W. T.. i NOT. 18, 1879. Editor INTELLIGENCER Perhaps a word from tbe Skagit mir.es would be of some interest to your many readers. Nine of ns left Ruby Creek for Good cils, Not. 10, beir>g the last party nut. There was 2 4 inches of snow from Pierce'* Landing on Skagit river to Ruby Creex, a distance of seven miles, and nearly four feet of snow on the nertbeast slope of Sour Dough moun tains, and still snowing very bard. At Goodell's it snowe l terribly for four days and nights, but melted nearly as fast as it fell. I am quite sure bad it re mained on the ground it would have been fully five feet deep Tbe moun tains and foothills arc perfectly white as far as we could sec ou every side, and the trail in those most dangerous places can ba imagined only by thn*e who have traveled them in the summer On the 15th of November five now comers arrived, and we engaged the Indians who brought theui up, to take us to Mount Verarw We started on tbe 16th, and on the way down met twelve men with canoes and ladhn*, but I think it will be n*xt to impos sible for them to reach Ruby Creek, certainly they can do 110 proipcc'ing. and unless tbey pack two or three weeks supplies with them they are liable to be snowed in any day, and may be hemmsd in for one or more weeks. It is surely a piece <>f fully for men to undertake such trips uow. If men start from Goodell's by the mid dle of February or the first of March thoy will find all tbe snow and ice tbey want, but huinaus are never satisfied to take others advice, but have to learn only by experience themselves. If any naturalist or lover of wild, romantic or beautiful scenery can take the trip from Ruby Creek to Goodell's, over tbe mow, and then down the river in a canoe, over the rushing, foaiuing rap ids, gliding ulong through the de>-p blue water or just scathing tbo im mense rock", whose much worn sides protrude above the roaring water, and not feel that the scenery is grand, glorious, he surely should be sent to Steilacooui I mean Switzerland. It is oue of the graudest trips I ever took. Far away ou either aide, ahoad and bobind us, great mountain peaks, toweriug thousands of feet high, cover ed with their new mantle of purest snow, glistening, sparkling,silent mon arch*, milestones on the road of time. Bilent, yet speaking in the most au li ble voice the power of Him, the Design er of Chaos, the Architect of Time, tbe Builder of Eternity. As the t inbstone marks the resting place of earth's tie parted ones, so the suow capped peak points, so sileutly, but truthfully, to the scenes of earth's convulsions, as it were agony and pain, and as 1 walk over them in leisure hours, a feeling I cannot express comes over me. 1 feel as if treading on the tombs of Xaturt-'ti dead, and as I raise my eves to scm their rugged sides, a feeling of awe, mingled with delight, prompts me to sav, "How beautiful Tby work." It is a picture never wearying, to me at least. The river, dashing itself into spray against the rugged mouutain sides, or so peacefully winding around some more even point of land, and gliding cosily, silently, for a fsw hun dred yards, an.l then seeing the rapids below, as if frightened at its own peace fulness, it hurls itself among the rocks and is lost in clouds of foam and spray; the mountains on either side as it circling near to watch the war be tween the water and the rooks, their foothills covered with evergreens peep ing through the snow, with here and there a blackened rock protruding, the siiow of purest whiteness, sparkling with its gems of frost crystals; and as round each bend in the river a new picturo, just as picturosque and grand j as the last, but of an eutircly different ' shape, bursts into view, whose gran dure entirely numbs our sense of feel*; ing cold, hunger or weariness, until our canoe grates upon the gravelly bar and we find we are at the momb of Sachk river where we must camp for the night. liut one or two more glorious viows are in store for us—today's sun set 011 "Annie's Castle." and a moon light scene, both of which must be seen to be fully appreciated. Early the next morning we started, aud srrived safely at Mount Vernon at sundown, rvady for supper. It was too bad to impose upon Mr McNaoiara with as wolfish appetites as we possessed, but part of us ate at the first and part at the secoud table, so they could not judge as well how much we required to , fill that "aching void." Every one seems to be all 00 edge about tbe mines; but my advice would be if you have be*n there, you had better judge j for yourself, if you have never been there just wait until February 15th anyway, or the Ist of March, for a man's life is not worth six bits if be gets caught in the snow up there, or if he falls aud tries to slide down Sour Doflgb. If it is good weather, this month would be a good time for men ffoUg in this way to get their supplies canoed to Goodell's and build caches to keep it safely until spring, but in all probability the first supphes in on Ruby Creek will be packed from tort Hope as the old northern traders un derstand this business, aud attend to it when they once begin. There n one coo 4 place for a town sice on H«by Creek. and it is the most central for Ruby and Canyon. It is on the bench around hv Duncan M-Donald and Beath s. Several buildings -ill be put un there early in the spring ready for sale to traders of all kinds. Aboard ".iiad to a tree bear, the notor.ou* nam* of Beechcr-probably the name of tbe embryo city. Psrties had be U not get too muoh excited over these false reports about the mines Old Linen will be earefel, and pilgrim. shoull be There is a very extensive regioc ot mineral wealth yet to be SEATTLE, WASHINGTON TERRITORY, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1379. opened up in tbi« section, and probably many districts will be found next •uturner fall as rich u Rnby. 80 pros pectors bad better supply themselves with *'l that is necessary for such tripe. Vox. Early in the morning. Ere the day begun, Baby must sit up in bed. And have her bit of fun. Housing weary mother, Tickling father's nose. Now there's no more rest until You the baby's toes. Crteping ou the carpet, lUlling on the rng. Comes to beg a drop of cream From the pretty jag. A tiny bit ef sugar. Just • sip of tea. Is tiier* aught you can dsay Y ur Frixey Wixey Wee. "A feller spoke disrespeotful of my sister He said he'd bet she was cross ■ eyed, aud I sailed in." 80 spoke the boy with a damaged eye. u la your sister cross-eyed ?" the reportor in quired. " I haiu't got no sister," was the reply ; " it was the principle of the thing what I got licked for." Philadelphia, with a smaller popula tion than New York City, registers 25.517 m re voters than the latter. In New Yoik the total number of voters registered is 168.143, while in Philadel phia the number is 193,690. MISCELLANEOUS. LOAN AND SAYINGS —ANI)— ABSTRACT OFFICE Mensj Received in suns ol ss,aad upwards aad Leaned only on first-daw Mortgage Security. Interest payable sauii-snnually; on first Jeye el January aud July. W« have a COMPLETE ABSTRACT OF TITLES to ail lania In Seattle snd Xing County, and make a apt-cialty of conveyancing aad making abklrarU of title. e TaxttM pal 1 for nun-residents. Pre-emption aud lloiiieNteed papers nude for settlers. MACKINTOSH & REEVES. mhS-d&wtf SOLDIERS' ADDITIONAL HOMESTEAD WARRANTS. APPROVED 40, 8.1 AND (lM ACRE PIECES whlck aru certiflad by tbe Commlsatoner of the General Land Office as genuine, snd WDlch are aubjest to location without settlement, fur nished at short notice. Apply to JOHN LEAST, Attorney-at-Law. Seattle. W. T.. Au». a. I UTS. a'Odkwtf GO TO A. P. FREEMAN FOR XOVR BOOTS AINU SHOES Repairlsg Neatly Done. • ;t I Agent for Vincent's Custom Hatle Boots. Shop on Frosst Str-et. ui posits Sullivan's bulldlu« nl-dtf MOVING BUILDINGS. 'IMIE CNDER9IGMKD IS NOW PREPARED TO 1 move large or small buildings fruss one loee llon to another. Will also Raise or Lower Buildings, Or Other Heavy Bodies* ! Work promptly dons la Seattle or any port oa the Bound. Work solicited, sad setisfectioe guaranteed. Jy°J3-dlm A. O. BK9JAMIN. 1.8. HABKXESS. MONEY EXCHANGE, HiU Strett, opposite the Post office. Gol'. Silver snd Greenbacks bought sad sold st the very lowest rates of exchange. ALSO Ol SSLB TUB Choicest Braada of Cifan uA Tohano. JiUtf COTTAGE BY THE SEA ON YESLEB'S WHABP. This pi buc runout has ekcentlt kw r< fitted snd re«to»'ked, snd now Is wsll sup plted with the Choicest Brands ol Liquors and Cigars. The travslisf puMle wlll^ alwsvs / ils of the lateat newspaper* snd periodicals st tale ssliou. _ J. A. UHJtLLMTER, ftttdtf Proprietor. THE OLYMPIA BROOM FACTORY u now pcpared to ruEjrua to teade ONLT WITH Good, Wall-made. Durable HBOOMS At Uw Hales. puroniae h«»e lndnstry sad flee ae s fslr •Hi Addreas all oo*.e»s to WOOBECK HOTELS, ic„ WISIMSI* HOUSE Mill Street, Seattle, W. T. TIIS HOUSE HAS RIECENFLY BEES RE- Utted, and is recognized to be tbe "Wsrkiafmss'i Retreat." Superior Arcoamodalions for Families Board and Lodging per week.... s'> 00 Single meals 25 Lodgings per night 25 Free Coach and Baggage Wagon to and from Ue House. W. H. OOANE, aIS-dif Proprietor. NEW ENGLAND JHL OTi: Mj Corner Commercial & Main Sts., Seattle, W. T. THE NEW ENGLAND IVES'S and lis accommodations for families are dosui passed. This House la HEWLY BUILT, Is HARD FIN IHF*" throughout, has large and well famished Booms, and first class heard, on the European Plan, eaa be hed at moderate prices. IT IS THE Best Hotel in the City. L. C. HARMON, ml-tf. Proprietor. MARIBTTA HOTEL La Conner, W. T. MILTON B. COOK,'.Proprietor. THIS HOUSE IS NEW AND NEWLV FURNISHED, GOOD ACCOMMODATIONS, With the Comforts of a Private House. The Tab!* will be found unexceptionable. The Bar I* furnished with the finest Wine*, Liquors and Cigars. It has a large well-fitted BaUARD ROOM Furnished with the best modern Table*. Kotblag will be left undone In cur effort* to make th* guest* comfortable. TEAMS MODERATE. m 3 d*Wly OCCIDENTAL HE » Wj Mj SEATTLE, W. T., BOARD AND LODGING AT MODERATE RATES. This is the Largest Hotel North of San Francisco, Aad I* In all Respects. PEEK COACH TO AMD FRO* THE HOUSE. JOHN COLLINS ft CO., JEL PROPRIETORS. Maison Doree RESTAURANT ! FRONT STREET, SEATTLE. HORACE DOWNS, •COCMOA TO OA TIN A. WBBSTAA, HAS THE PLBASOBB or ANNOUNCING that he bA* Bited »0 «b* Abo»e place. anJ hAS oncoed It AS A FIRST-CLASS BEST AC RANT. La dies AAd o«AtU«ea bearded by the day or week on the MOST SEASONABLE TERMS. FRESH OYSTERS IH EVERY STYLE VbafllM ibnlM WitA Ojaters at 50 CENTS FEB QUART. Three Meal Tickets for $1 00. Aloof FURNISHED ROOMS ! N*»ly fitted ap. j«»tf Bow down yaw head, ye baoghty clam. And eyaters. say jear srAjem. Tb* uoath ha* com* tA* U t* la, Toa'ra on the Mil at fara ni ITDI SfTTLK AT THE SADDLE ROCK RESTAUBANT, COMERCIIL STREET, - SEITTLE, W T. AT JU CBHTB FEB PLATE. CHAB. KIEL, Proprietor. riNtf NOTICE. Omci or cm T**A*C**A, I BAATTLA. an* 9. ir». ( THE TAX LIST FOB TH* CITY or SEATTLE far tke rear 1479 ia now In my baud* tr.d Ana All '*««* aol paid on or Before De> emt*r STISn. win B* ratarsad delinquent AUAP«. •"•tag* added lA«r«uM V. BLAMCHA.BP. iHIK flUfntaenti MISCELLANEOUS run i:\riiu BROS. Seattle, W. T. VTe * u' J aciOJ!i et? receipt o; our FALL AND WINTER Pi «© «' IK , Which tr? ff-r at 1— wp»t pries; coi -IMiDg ..f DRY GOODS DREM.S, «;<>ODS, SILKM, Flminol.a, Koinositks, CLOAKS, AMI SHAWLS, H'l-IEKY, KMDROID ERY, ULANKITS, CLOTHS. CASSIMKBK3, CAUPETS, OIL CLOTH, WALI. PAPER. Fi::-T QIWUTY HOOTS, SLIPPERS. \ COMPLEIE I INK OK IH'RABLE AND FINE CLOTHING. H ATS, t'XDERWE \R, TRUNKS, ECr. At lotr urt? Frauoiithal Ilrus*. Searlc, October 10, I^7^. S. BAXTER & CO. IMPORTERS OF FOREIGN Wines and Liquors, AND WHOIjfiSA'.E I>E.\LER3 IX Domestic Wines, Liquors, Cigars, and Tobacco LXI-OIITER3 OF Wool, Hides, Furs, (>ruin, Po tatoes. Hops. Ar.,&r, Offer for sale to the trade only, at Wholesale prices, to arrive per British ship Golden Gate, now due from Live rpool to San Francisco, and other vessels to follow. In Bond or Duty paid: 100 Cases * Hennessy Brandy, 20 Cases ** * " 100 Cases * Martell " 20 Cases Holland Red Caso Gin, 50 Cases Fine Old Tom Gin, 50Casks Guinness' Porter, quarts and pints, 50 Carks Bass' Palo Ale, auarts and pints, 10 Octaves Fine Old Martell | Brandy, 10 Octaves Fine Old Hennessy j Brandy, 5 Octaves Holland Gin, 5 Octaves Fine Old Islay Scotch Whisk}', Fine Old Port and Sherry Wines. ; We also h»vi> constantly on hand a full lineof fine OLD BOUUBOS WHISKIES aud other DO-! MESTIO Ligl OILS which we offer to Uio trade at j San Francisco prices. WARenU for State Investment snd j InsuranceCompany—Fireand Ma rine. Kveiy Hoot has s Gt'AIt\XTEE STAMP Ineide, and the Men haut of whom you buy them is authorized to rcturu jour money if }ou are not aatieflcd with tbe Boot*. It is THE BUST RUBBER BOOT In the Maiket. Ask /or it, and take no other. HKCIIT lIItON. \ CO. SAN FRANCISCO, SULK OW.NKKS. We carry the Largest Stock ef Boots and Shoes of all kinds of sny hou>e in America. JjlT-dawtf NORTH PACIFIC BREWERY A I (JUST MKHLHOK3, Prop'r. (srci sssos TO M. M'umso.k Tito IJi'Ht lfie«>r Aluiivm on Hand. OKDSK.I PROMPTLY KILI.RD. Jsi^lawtf FRENCH LAUNDRY ON Main Street, Near First, Rack of Tnsted States Hotel. Flut.ng. Polishing. Lace Waihing and Fam ily Work of all Description. Terma reasonable. sudjm Flavier Vacheui. , arMAwCm a MISCELLANEOUS. P. W. WUSTHOFF, DEALER IX GENERAL H^.R.XD-W-A.R.E3, 2 ■ fli I - zJ / V : : Jri 3« i x:1 q I 2 ? pi 13 g a S ft 10j •3» Huilders' Hardware, Ship Clinmllei\v Shoo Findiu^fN, GUNS, RIFLES, AMMUNITION, REVOLVERS, FISHING TACKLE, ▼ Front Street, Seattle, \V. T. P. 0. Kox 239. WADDELL & MILES WHOLESALE AND DETAIL DEALERS "IN Ranges, Cook, Parlor and Box 3 T O VES, Brass Tinware, s ' ~ Japanned Lead Ironware Steam Whistles, Gongs, Steam and Water Gauges. Globe Valves, &c» MALLEABLE IRON FITTINGS. Coppoi-Smitliinir, HTKAM AND GAW FITTING. Call and examine th« IKA.VCUXU RAXCBi Mingle and Doable Oren i an Improvement over all oilier*. Agrnia for th* celebrated Superior Stovos, tl »e bout sold oa tte PsclAc Cowl. All piste* warranted not to crack by Are. Firo-backa warranted to last five year*. ALL JOB WORR NRATI.T AXCCTIR3, AND ORDKKS FROM ARR <AO FROUrTI.T FILIRD. Mill Street» Seattle. W. T. mylH-dawtf G-LORE & WTTNDER, MANUFACTURERS OF AND DE.VLEItS IN FURNITURE:! The most cuinple Block of ; ""*"0118,1 and CHAMBER and Fit Ail 1* Also, Fancy Cab I oat L J ** Pt ' n # Ware, Parlor BrackeU.lj|WWßM^fc^**^^i'^^ t^ ulture Htor% whloh w» Wall Pockats, ' cTer ** |,rl '' ot ' U "' Shelves, Ac., Ac., <omp«-«ltleil Commercial Street, between Jouuings's Mtore ami the Now Ho'el. SAMUEL K JE3 3ST 3ST EY, HFM "MM, W" JM. ]lf r B? H 1 53 Bj BC HAS ON HAND A CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF GENTS' SUITS AND FURNISHING GOODS. ALSO— Boots, Slioes, Brognm, Rnhber Goods, ladles' and Ml**e*< Cinller*. And In connection therewith a line assortment af Foreign and Domestic Cat-*lin»-r*ii, Doe*kim Bearers, Ac., Ac., which ha will make to order at Living Kate*. COMMERCIAL STREET. SEATTLE, AT TH* OLD HTARO or CALLMAR A CI.ARSC J- tUU WHARF, WAREHOUSE, STORAGE i AND COMMISSION BUSINESS, H. L. YESLER'S WHARF AT THE FOOT OF Mill Street, - Henttle, W.T. Freights received for Bt..r»t;e, axul Freight Charges Advanced. No PrHaht wilt b<- recrivd for Shipment en Te»!*r's Wharf after sr. tt. On Sunday* Frblxht vlli be received from 4 to »2Jlf STEILACOOM BRICK YARD B. ALDiIN & CO., Proprietorp. A LARGE yCANTITV OF Firat'ClaaM llriel< On ltand. which *lll be Sold st the most res«oo able rates. Seal for our figures before purehsa isg elsewhsre. B. ALOJN * CO , saTd k wtf sjfellaeoom. W. T. Agency (Tacoma Will) Seattle ORDERS FOB ALL KINDS OF ROUGH MO DRESSED LIMBER. LATHS And PICKETS Ailed by HAXSOX. ACKEKftOS * CO. Apply, GEO. W. HARRIS, sMdtf Afeat.Beettle. S.&W.W.R.R. i MSBBMM SEATTLE TO RENTON —AND— NEWCASTLE. | ; AND FREIGHT CARS OF TIIK I Seattle and Walla Walls Rallr<>a<l will leava Seattle every day (Hucdaya exctptad) at TuJO a. I M., and 2 v. u. Arrive at Rrntnn at a. M. and 3r. m. Arrive at Newcastle at *a. ie. and Ip.s. RETURNING, leave Newcastle at 11 A. w aad Sr.K. Arrive at lienton at 11:«S a. M. and 3:44 r. s. Arrive at Seattle at 1 r. x. and 7 p. m. ' , Kih'j tlreet, foot of Commercetl. J. M. COLMAN, Gen. Kupt. seplS-dawtf SEATTLE AUCTION AND ! COMMISSION STORE. AfCTION BALE* OF REAf. ESTATE. OENERAL MtRCUANDISR. FCHNITCRE. HORsEH. £t GGIEB. CATTLK, Ac. Regular Sale Days aro Tuesday & Saturday, at 10 A. M. All goods for auction muat be bron«bt In the day before their Intended asle. R. CHKADLK, Auctioneer. FRONT PTREF.T. f-ar MILL, SEATTLE. W. T j s&diwln NO. 151.