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THE DULY IVTEILItRMM.
Monday, July 24. 1878.
LAUSCHZV.— The new -tern-wheel
k teer intended for tie Snohomish
r iv,.r trad', • aiit by Mr Hammond
daring the pa»t three months, was suc
rtstfally launched on Saturday evening
• *»t At the glided down the ways,
Mr. Bobbin* announced her naru<- at
the •• Nellie.' Quite • eoncour * of
prople g -the red around the ibipjr»rd
to witn<-s tbe descentof th« l»*n
tifuily modeled littlo steamer into the
water, which she gracefully ent < r.d
*nd baovantly floated upon like %
thing of life. Tb» " Nellie'* in eighty
feet in length, f-ot beam, ir>d
four and a half f«et d< pth of hold, and
will draw when hmded al*oot sixteen
inches of water, She will bare h*r
boiler and en trine jut in and l>e in
readiness for running in atw-ut three
wwka.
LrADISO Opf.— The DEM<x ratic
Central (om mil tee in tbia c«.unty, I
s'lmuht d no doubt with that confi* j
dene*; of sueee-s which is being g»*n«-'
rally indulged in by the members of
tbsir I Arty throughout the otuntry,
are i*> longer, as iu times paat, await
ing the acti<»n of th< Repuliiicatit, but
are th< raselv-*, as will I* seen by
tbeir notice in to-day's in-ue. taking
the initiative in the matter of eallmg a
county convention for the nomination
of straight out and out Democratic
candidate* tor "<»ur various county
offi-rr*. and to select delegates to *t
t«n J a Territorial Convention ft»r the =
tHjunrmtion of a delegate to Congres-
THE HAT CHOP* —There will 1*
About an average-crop of hay in th«
riTtr valleye this y«ar. The yield on
t l j« low vuoist lands, win his ordinal il v j
the heaviest, will IM* quite light ti»i«*
year on nooiifit of t)i*> iat»» c-»i.tinn»tice
of the spring ovwtflow* ; hut on light j
sandy soil, when* usually Iti. r«* i« not
half a crop, the yield this year is ex
ceptionally heavy. The damages l»y
the late protracted storhi were not
great, as fortunately hut few farmers
had commenced rutting. The heavieiit
loser* were Messrs. Win Alvord John
Oreen, Chas Benson, Ilenry McCabe,
and Patri< k Hayes.
A DIIAtXAOK Km Eh IMiISK —Notices 1
have b*en puled of a petition to lie
presented at the next ««*sion of the
Commissioners' Court, fut authorization
of the drainage of Sections 10 and :il
in township -M of Range 4, according to
the provisions of the new I>raiuage
Statute, passed atth«> last session of the
Legislature. The district comprises u
tract of several thousand acres in the
vicinity ot theTalbot coal mine, now kept
constantly under water from the t«rk
sloughs of White river. Its reclama
tion would prove ava»t boon to the county
in various ways, a-will »s to individual
proprietors.
DieiiNqt KMT T%x S\I.I: -Tin WE who
t •«., « •...» »...; t lliwir <<•«■>« f'.tr *!»»•]
year IfiT.l will have to he prompt if
they would save themselves much in
convenience and needless expense. Ac
cording to announcement in our weekly
issue, Sheriff Wyckoff will, to-day, be
tween the hours of 10 A. M and p. M ,
mike sale of nil property on which the
tixes may still he delinquent. The list
this year is a long one, aud a good op- '
port unity, presumably, is offered to git
valuable property cheap, or at least
nuke some profitable investments.
Home-Madk Furnituek.— Metsrs
Hull A Paulson are extensively en
in tho manufacture of ail kind*
of household furniture, a> bed Mtuads,
bureaus, etc , etc , Q-oiu ash and other
hard woods obtained id o'ir river
valley*. A gentleman, who has hud
experience in decorating th# furniture
produced in several of the Ihjj.l tnuU-r
regions in the United Stat«*s, given ht*
opinion that our hoiuemude articleshows f
A finer finish than any of tho Eastern
woi«U that have come under hie in
•pcctiun.
POTATO Rot. —There is a prosjH'et
that the potato crop this year will be
* juirtial failure. It is found that the
tubers are seriously affected by rot. and
many field* show indications of blight.
It is noticeable, however, that the older
\arietiet and thoee longest in cultiva
tion here are the worst affected, w-hvr.ee
it is deducible, either that it will not
do to cultivate the same fields so often
in |K>tatoes, »« has l**en the custoui, or
that it will !>o necessary to have a
thorough change and renewal of vine
tic« for seeding
AltMlM.si KA lok s S.tl.K I lie Me-
Kfcki i* property, on Spring s'revt
alhtve the Univ«<r»ity. cot*. tn v' «•? *
residence and two I >•«, **s offered «»r
rile at aue«i. non Satuida) I'h in
terval ot Aislri w M K VL. |e w »•» puf
ehaaod by Mr. Wadh-igh tor #l.t>o . th»
iutercst of Mrs. Atlvnies McK
w»s bid in by Mr 1. B Atidr v> - .
but on account ol i 4 iu >;.« 11
a to title, <a, 1* i, ch« u.l so
tvit'nlrswu Thi« mt re*t will b. r
• ff« rtsl to <lav «t <>'elo k
In ,im - Ihe U 111 «t t'- u t•«
t«<iat« man dr«w»etl in till I «j le.i
t .«• bri k-yatd. Fii>l»y a.'t»« i<* *• «n v 1 -
diseovereil lying in tin mud at t ;< en
suing low tidr. An iest w -h. I I
• 'V«-r tlif n»maiiis. si hk ti eln i' d t v s%?
th*« deev«s*-d tiatiir unkniosn n
nat x\f <'f iit iuiaiiy ,*i jv«l -vt> t.t 1 1 \■■ •»' »
He u iu hiAXt cotue iij » t- « th vs
sine*' Oti ih*' U*<h|i \\ ,»vc. .»» t stow -
aw«y
TtlK 1 vLliof lI'NNKi i iii» wot k
cmi th<« drain tun ml into th«> Talbot
Mine, uuder contra t ty Mr. Martin, i»
progrtaaing fa%. r >Uy It i» l* ii.g run
•«» at th# tin t »f tic bluff having it*
outlet ii.to tlit- Lack W lilti rivvi i*jttj)>.
1* i»«*i*m« Ito U dot e iu tit co«.r*»'
«'f a tfrw wt>, k», mi <1 the pr(M|*v! t!« re
forv. i% |f.*4 for an early r«->uin| tn n of
wotk iu the mine.
M». llu \it son is bai din f %
m«Wx' tm Njcti Fourth, betveea
P»k»and 1 i'*e » r *? a.
I'ttut liiiMmy— We invite the *t
t ntion of (Mir readers to the »dv> rti~*?
ment of Pn»f.«-tr Baldwin, wtut will
app. r»r h»-r»-•» j F'ri Liy evening in h?-
femarkaMi }. . f rn.atife of » \p'
*pirituaSi-m Wherever lie ha* ipj>»ar
ed the pr> -• -jieak in admiring terra*
of hi* jjerf rmance and regard it as a
full and ornpiete ex{w>*<- of spiritual
manif.-tatioi.H. fa. -i. f h f f ,ij w
ijiif from an exchange wi:S give our
reader* i l»-a ot w l»at they may
exjx-'i to n» xt Kridav evening"
" Next a piir of *terl handctiff* of m -t
approved «le«.ii»n, were placed upon the
p< rf.»rmer». and m «-ur»-ly locked,
an ' the k< y lw>le fill»-»l v* it|i a j\, f|».
tb* n retired t » hi»> «a!»inet —a light
n -tns< ture place ! in the center
of the -tage ntj tr« -tb-H *#s the audience
could «* e all ar-uu l it a>i I l»en»-ath it
In :t nwmi' .t m:uiife-trt?ion«» Ing-tn,
liand- v.er« -«« .» thr.e and t ur fevt
ipirt, at th< expiration of whieh >1 r
Bilda sii *t' pp. 1u ;t »;th the I ii.d utf
still on, i!id re»pi »t. d Mr MilU t<» u.i
lo< k and remove them, tomor
row night h'- w mid rt in >ve th<m him
self Mr Mill*, who bud evidently come
prepared t<»r bu-ine»<, w:v- d» t< rmined
that Baldwin «h old remove them, and
then*' a» he« laime«l he e ul I do. Ht pr »•
duced a huge piir«if m.inacU> f»r the
feet, and told Bal lain !»«• waoted to
•»ee him take them off- Btldwin ua>
thoroughly allowed lt'to
h «nd< ufled anil hi- feet J-haekb d, and
and in I#*hj. than < n»* minute app«ared
carrying the eutT- und -lik kle* ia his
liand*. having got out ot them in If—
than one minute. The ProflVsuor, we
are iufonuvcl by hi- agent, fir*t jK-rfonns
the various tri< ks of' the spiritu di-t
and then exposes them. Reserved seat*
for the entertainment will be on -ale at
J. Levy's <-igar stand on ami after Wed
neitday, without extra charge. Secure
your seat* e.irlv, a- h<? remains but one
night, and it is n rtain that the lull
will I»:■ crowde !
I'RALKE D K I' RK I>.VI ION s. A gentle
man from the upper White ltiver set
tlement informs us that the farmers in
that vicinity arw t-x, < t i<-ncing a j*rei*t
deal of aim value by reason of the
bears destroying great numbers of their
hogs -they having killed thirty head
within a shurt time past.
KRIM < Kl> Pktcis."-By the advertise
mentof Messrs. Frazier A Moon iu to
day's issue, it will be noticed that they
are selling bri< k at their yard for s♦>.*>()
j»er thousand This is a material re
duction in former prices.
TicKfcl OH K E -TIIC tickut office of
the Theater Coinique is no* open, at
the theatre, and those wishing boxes
had better secure them at oner; as they
are iu demand. A plan of the boxes
can !*• seen at the theatre.
I.fT Dr Mcßride has established
agency at the City Drug Store, in this
; city, for the sale of his great remedy,
"Tho World's Belief or "Concentrated
Tea." Druggist's will please notice.
Ihuns SOI.K,- Drifts will he sold on
all the principal cities of Europe, by
.Alit|rew * untfig, *mn,x- m * inonii;
Brothers' store, Seattle, W. T
tirw ho cau't afford to dress up
now? (Jo to Scliwaliaeher'g and get the
atest style of Silk Hats for six
dollars! *
A Saloon kok Sai.k. —A first cUs»
B<t r Saloon in this city, doing a good
business, is for snle, on account of the
proprietor's intended chittgc of business.
Inquire »t this (Hfio*.
1H7(» r\M>Y Piper h»s devised »
novelty in the *»ti« k candy line which
rends "IN7G" in bright red letters
wherever broken, all the way through.
Free Lunch.—Free lunch daily at
•he ('ity Beer Garden*. oorm-r of .'Jul
and Washington stre ts.
Nick Wei man. Proprietor.
%3T Fresh Chehalis Butter, thn» best
in the Maiket, for sale by Moore A Co.,
corner of Third an 1 Union stre t«,
Seattle. *
The o: Iv place to gvt tho cele
brated Steilacootn, I»ouU and Bre
nien B -cr. col 1, is the Ci'v Beer
11 ■» 11.
I)R t" At.Hot \ h:i» removed his cftiou
to »»kiui Ni>. 1, Hutlcr's building, Occi
dental scjnare, opposite the Occidental
Hotel.
ur For a good, cool jjlt-s of Lager,
go to the Adelpliii, opposite Voter's
Hall.
* tf" W rii on th« i"«<»ii«bitio?i <»{ th
Pifsb\ litii cHui'i h wi»*c 11. .1 nee i 11
> 4'n ■< «v .
KOTF.L APRJVAi '
< t < !11 b S I A 1 Ii • I I
A M vUt, « |Mi (Wdio !• -
VM IF HovWf • v i* f \ L
I'r »i cir II irrv II K . •. <,m ; I W k -
H»* : I. W 1 t«- l«iv»r. H K M '*»!•«,
W !rt« I; ><• Wi! i . i l\-i»k«»k I'm
\|« ri \, n* '* ti i D w :ni
l«h: lYter IVteivm, A v i \';«>r. S'.rt
HUW.*\ » tin 11 11 Sunt!i N
Vrn-k*. \\ ju UuKb.r Frank C4v<n«
N- *< n*tlc; \V Al!«n. I'liarlf*
*-IU. IN •ton. H Stretch. Snohoinin';
J R'iUglier, l» Steta it VV Six m \ < itj ;
A Keia*, A M Sny.lt r i* 1' ll:rklin£.
Portia©!; Wm. Lxdon, Whit" Il.ver.
NIV EJCOLAND
J II Lewis, Olympic; A Wall i-f,
rity .1 TbiMnjNm, M t* S lilusWT,
.M!*<*•: I> Mtt«iuni>. Ka>t Sutfiaau ;
Frank St. no, Duw&mUli M Martenaon
ftn<l wife, !Virtl»nd; J II .!<'!,< •« ar.<l t'rini
ily, iity. W Carlton. A«t«»rii. A John
*t'»n. Astoria N W S« Kr ijk rt
!* tJ tWliran. Duw.itnUh; .1 K Brown,
V\ hit. Ki\. r. Mrs M>( as»\ \\ hit< ltiver.
•' K I'ullen, cit* A I. Sivncrr, I'<»rt
Blakrly.
AMIttK AX l!Ol BE.
<««*> rg* l*hel}*« Au*trgii;». 1' Fergu
v " • ' T Wtkb, ficooik, H U
I'i .»»»■;I, Rtc. Track; C F lit vint*, A
II *»1 it« Tacoma. II J Hump. 1 ort
liUkilj; A C M«r*ttn Ts< onit; A
IVt. r«on, p 4 r t Ludlow
T>*. M Barns.—For tbo pi«t two
•!ay» this cn*mop< litan practitioner, in
' • b< * r.g art, h% \< n stopping at
tbe Occidental Hotel. where be will
r ; . ua. w» ander*tard. f-r a couple of
w.-k«. dunrjt wb b time can be
' n- ilt d by the -ick a;.] all the* af
'■ 1 with div wb b b.'iv»" bat?!. 1
t•• »ki for her practiti ners S>> f.tr
be liti been weil patronized, aud. iu
i>-.' ins*at' r which has come to our
k- w ledge, has wrought a truly won-:
derf .1 improvement, if n ta complete
cure Tint i«, in the < a«<- of tbe well- j
kT,o**r. Ittl.au fisherman, wboie ttflic-j
tioii of aim *t total blindness, with
which he hss be. n troubled for several
months j«-t, he relieved in an opera
tion of i»*-- t!,an twenty minutu dura
*i • Wi- -;r». *!<o informed th*t therei
»ii>>th*T r» «»ident of thi- city, whom
»• m fully treat.d in San
I'rar.ci- o, several years since, who ex
j i. 4- - ijr»-it confidence in the Doct< r'»
•kill ai d treatment. And in thi.> con
ception we give the following notices
<> r i riiii g him. which art copies 1 from
the liurubolt Bay Statu lard and the
Stockton Ju'lrj*iuL/U:
' Dr. .1. J Mcßrile, the skillful
practiti./ii. r, and very jKJpular gentle
man, his nt the week in this city in
truducing a uudicine which possesses
w >n<lerful iH>teucy in curing pain. It
i> i !*ll».-d • World's Relief,' and is prop
erly named, f>>r in every case ot' physi
cil •♦uff.'ring which has come under Dr.
Mc ßride' s observation and treatment, |
reli< fis a!mo«t instantaneous. The j
clo-e, searching, keen discrimination
in distinguishing and deter
mining the nature and character of dis
eases and their flymptoms, is an indis
j>ensable characteristic of tbe
physician, and to Dr. Mcßride's won
derful diagnostic ability U iu tbe main
to IK; attributed his miraculous success
in curing paint, no matter from what
muse arising. Such men are benefac
tors to their race."— Stockton
ent.
" Mcßride, of the " Great World's
Wonder" fame has been iu our city
since the arrival of the last steamer,
since which time he has entertained
and benefited a large number of citi
zens. Some of his cures have been
viuiply miraculous. One of wbieh we
will notice in particular. About fifteen
years ago a resident of this place at
tempted to cro-s the • bur' iu a small
Loat, in which endeavor the boat was
ctpsized and its occupant thrown
among the angry breakers. Summon
ing his energies, and (ailing into
requisition his knowledge of seaman
ship he made a desperate struggle
against the elements, and was finally
thrown upon the shore, exhausted and
almost dead. After recovering from
his stupor lie discovered that his hear
ing facilities were destroyed, under
which misfortune he has labored ever
since; but having accepted an invita
tion fr-'tn the doctor the other day, ao
operation was p>rformed that entirely
restored him to his former condition.
To those who are affrctctl with a fre
quent headache, rheumatism, neuralgia,
toothache or any other kindred disease,
we would advise them to consult this
eminent professor. He is to be found
at the Nance House. //» /mboldt Stand
ard. *
,», T 1 ,11 5 '! ;,RK SAILED FR.QUJ I'ORT
l»luk* ly from San Francisco on Saturday
la«-t.
BORN.
TRYON At Port (inutile, on the 2<Hh lust., to
the wife of W. L. Tryon, a daughter.
BLANCHARD.—In this city on the 21 at Inal., to
the wife of J M. Blanchard. a daughter.
SEATTLE MARKET REPORT.
loItRECTKI) miLT PT MIMM. CKAWTOOO A HAB
ataoToa
Seattle, July 22, 187 G.
Oold iu New York. $1.12*.
Currency, here, buying. 89 ; selling, 90.
Trade dollars, 95 , half dollars, 90.
Home Prosluee
Floor. * bhl $5 25#4 75
Wheat. bushel 1 53
liar ley, •• fr*s9o
Oats, •• Mriyfij
Potatoes, •• 125
Onions, •• J 23<$1 50
Hay V t »n 22 00
Butter. Freah Koll flth 23&U
E#K* fldoien i so
Crushed Fee* I |i too |b 200
Chickens, doxen 400
Timothy seed, %» bnahel 4 80
Bacon Iftty-ju
Wi*il If}
Hi.les-Oreen. sated. 4<s«H ; culls, H leaa.
Dried, 12* ; cuua, S less.
THK LATEST
AND
GREATEST DISCOVERY
(«»)od »ws to the Afflicted.
Dr. J. J. Mi*.
\\ h« l>aa had H upcrleaoa In all i art*, f
the w rid.) forraerly of Philadelphia, and rr
r. !.t'r fr>.'U» China, has ojened an office at li>-oai
0(1 IDKNTAL HOTEL, Seattle,
And will remain nntil August Ist, All who
»f»- trsi are mvite*! to call.
OFFICE HOt llS—Fr»in > a m. to Jr.*., Son
d*T», fp*.ia D t»J 1 O'clock.
WONDERFUL !
He tells yi ur d-.w*aae without asking any quea
t: Re cXires Rhfurjiatlsni In one day. Curea
sn fire mintite* Cure* Head
a« he :n one aiinate. Cttrm Fever and
Ague in ne -lay. A:»«) refaiatea
the Kidcera aad L4ver.
IMPROVED KIM OF PAIN,
Or rONVEXTRATED TEA. i» a dliwmiy ua.l«
b* t»r Mfßn4#*hil« izx I bio*. Orlpplaa mad*
t walk wittwul cruUrh« in tmrutj minufcfa.
Evrrjklnd f j-atn ruwsi Tl»a Liver
ab<J kiduej* H*t!Tilated
MtolKiDe eaa ba proratad at tbe or
Dar f\J» i+T Botllr.
NEW A DVERTISEMENTS
COMING!!
ONE NIGHT ONLY!
YESLERS HALL,
OX
Friday Evening. July 28th f
Affcrr a LMig »nJ SdCffal rnn »t
IAUIIISIUUTII KX
SAN FRANCISCO,
PROFESSOR S. S.
Baldwin,
AND
IMM MOTH,
(f
"Ts«r"
SPIRITUALISM
EXPOSED!
Endorsed by Upwards of
1,000 Prominent Di
vines, Editors, Lit
erati k Notables.
SSOO CHALLENGE!
, - - %
PROF. BALDWIN will perform by
HUMAN AGENCY
All the startling manifestations of the
most famous mediums who claim the
tions, to be accompllsKleA^jT auToF" *'
m* *»* m rmrrnmm
What Prof. BALDWIN will do.
FOSTER !
I will cause blood letters, at the will
of the audience, to appear upon my
naked arm.
JENNIE HOLME'S TRANSMUTA
TION 1
I will cause water to turn to wine
and wine back to water, in full view <>f
the audience.
THE GREAT HANDCUFF TEST !
I challenge an/ offioer of the law or
medium to bring to my seance the new
est and best patent handcuffs.
MATERIALIZATION!
I will fully duplicate the famous
Katie King apparition; showing spirit
fsces, which are often recognized by the
audience.
CLAIRVOYANCY!
I will give clarvoyant tests unequalled
by any medium. Clara Bald.vin, while
in a trance state, will reveal the past,
present and future. .
;TIIE FAMOUS PILLORY TEST!
I will bj locked by the committee
head and arms iu a pillory, and thej
keyhole filled with sealingwax. and I
will escape in thirty seconds without
breaking the seal.
DAVENPORT BROS!
1 villi * l'»w n commit'*** of four gen-
Mcini'M >«>-l»«-ted trom the ) ft ) t<>
it iui with Mpi-t, and 1 will e*cip»*
i -i- , i „| o: •» minute. 1 vvt i | u-duee
. tide tn-ii the most wonderful nmnitf*
11*» i »ii«.
i.\V Ol" riHI.N K'
1 i .'mii itii'i' will iiiri i hirvl
Ml .1 t ->f. »l '1 Hbllti IB t «li<* CHUiOUHIii i
e ( i* • llu- I Kick «»f one of the fti.'J;-
t'luv will In- ti t>» mv !>*<k,
sh l .iltcr injj *" wt "d ««eiir>l) to
gether .*t tlic n.».k mid iutF«. will 1...
instant«iK-<>ii>ly, «*nd i;i full vi * of th**
audience, returned by «• »u»»» unseen
power to its owner. Not a knot un
tied or a «e*l broken.
CHALLENGE TO MEDIUMS !
I unequivocally end without rwKi va
tit<!i pronounce the so called pbenomt-ua
of Spiritualism bumb«gj?fry. en.l de
nounce iceJiums, one end all, as frau.i*
Notwithstanding that Spiritualist"*
claim that Clara Baldwiu and myself
are mediums, I hereby agree to wag« r
the sum of ♦•V*) or more, that I can
fully, completely end satisfactorily,
perform and eijios*.* eny manifestation*
of to celled spirit power which I am
permitted t«» witneea three tim<-«.
(Sgned) PIIOF. 8. 8. BALDWIN.
Expoeer of Spiritualinn
NO ADVANCE IN PRICES.
Front Stats, - - • SIOO
Back Sests - - -50 Centa
No Eatre Charge for rved Saata,
at J- w* Cigaf stand, on and a'ter
Wedneeday, July 2f>tb.
MISCELLANEOUS.
13 UY
YOUR
GOODS
ov
B
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i SCHWA6ACHEB
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! THEY KEEP THE LARGEST
ASSORTMENT,
AND SELL
CHEAPER
THAN ANY OTHER
HOUSE
I3ST TUB
TERRITORY
vv. h. piimphhhy,
Successor to
PUMPHREY
AND Y OUNG.
|!ookscllcr and
Stationer,
SBA'l'l'JLiß W. T.
DEXTER HORTQN & CO.,
BANKERS
SEATTLE, W. T.
f\ EPOS ITS RECEIVED AND AC
l' r«nmt • K< |i( « t ■ • * • l !t"'k "t
'i.iot'i i!lu<> i| "..I t«- <l. j» •sita fr'm d*'**
- c » La i' :i.l.*- *tl Fr
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Uimi, > !. .«!.<"! "ii wrurily :
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T. P. FREEMAN
!!•<■ ju*t r»ir. v**l hi* w-w <>n Will ,
Opjx»ein- Ocrlikbtil Hotel,
AXTTUIXti IX Hl* LIKE.
AS GOOD AS Tin: BEST AND
CHEAP AS THE: CHEAPEST.
•JfVfcii benref rth V+ procured.
FOR THE CHOICEST
Imported Cigars
AS It
VolNtec^fM,
GO TO
FRED. BABKEB'N,
Comer Mill an 1 Comni rial » e ts.
MISCELLANEOUS.
THE A B CADE
JUST OPENED
the
ABB ~mm
Fashionable Stock
|OF
DRY GOODS
DRENS GOODS,
FANCY GOODS
Ladifs' and teats' Furnishing Cummls. Hon anu
Boys' Clothing, Hats, Taps. Trunks, Valises.
Ever brought to this city. 1 ** 4
isT Our stock has beeu selected l>v ourselves i«erpoiialiy, ami k t
the requirements of the trade, we feel safe in saying that we have th«> hesi,
selected stock in this market, ami at low prices.
BOYD, I'OM'IN \ YOUNG
Seattle Stone Yard !
mW oltit mm *
MANUPACTUUER OP
MMIUMONUMENTS.HEADSTONiS.TOMBS
Also furnishes Stone for Building Purposes. Cemetery Work of all kind; exe
cuted. All orders promptly filled and aatis&<*»***« ed. Persons
living at a distance l>y sending a desci. " * •" oy
wish, can have Designs, Prices, Ki
them to choose from. *
Shop on Crawford k Harrington's Wharf. SEATTLE, W. T.
_ _ r
IS7O. 1575.
M. A. KELLY & CO.,
iiruggists iMi iroTHEoiaif^
Wltolemilt' ■<<-!:t ■d,
SEATTLE. "W. 'X*.
Ak wc carry the Urgent stuck of Drugs. Medicines, Perfum» rl» « Ac , «>f nny h >u«f in t >wn, w •
riu offer superior inducements to the traders of the Hound for tl»«*lr order* f«*r «• t. mat*
th* Jobbing trades specialty, and will *>ll good*st bottom prt< «•«.
The ladies will flud oar»Toilet Department very complete, with tlo iii>»t I>» 11, ate !'• rfr.i»i*ry,
and flue Co«tueti<)tiea. I%e have the reputation of keeping the finest and it m-ed* txit a trii.l
to prove 11.
Particular attention given to filling Medicine Chests for ronntry Phy«ici..n«
and Ships.
§§TSIQN- PIONEER DRUG STOBE.
GOOD NEWS,
The undersigned arc constantly receiving by every *teamer from San l'laitc-i***
a largH ufMortmont of
CHOICE OROCERIOS
And ke»p constantly on hand
Oregon € y i t^ r r 9 <J»ib
Fresh Graham Flour, Corn Meal, Jlye Meal, Bu<'k\vhc;it«
Flour, and Rice Flour, Chicago Hams. Bacon
and Smoked Salmon . Fresh ('alifoiiia
Butter, Eastern Maple Syrups.
County Produce bought and sold. Everything krpt hy i
IWM'J »IMBB 'MWSH'I MWli
Will U« found in our stock which we prof Mine to «*•!! ch« x' t - i (h*:i uv - •* f» >*
hointi < in S -little.
All g'xMln guarantied. Lii v«* u* * trml and U- <on vino t.
UimkK D<*ll«rr«l In nil I'url* «l «»»•• •lljf Irn «»l 4'U.«rfc«.
a:u a■ b Btsj&s rs u o!.. «. -•*:
FRONT ST&IIDT, SEATTLE, W. T.
PAWTSHO & STORE
Bj
c. oKi»»:nAX.
Miii opposite OccltktiUl
> am rii.K. h. r.
CARRIABE, SIBN, AND
ORNAM E NTA L
PAINTING.
ALSO
HOI K PAIXTIX<«.
At abort nolle* UKi fMMMbk riUi.
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LoJs*-. N'<#. 4, ®h» *
*vrry WEDXEBDAY
EYEXIXO •» 7H o'clock.
la the tutJ!.
of tb« ordrr V* iurtt«-1 tu
By ur4rr of tb# X. <1
<z;a r £:
asASEif i
li. DILLKIt, Propria! m*. <
(KucccMur tj y V. Mjj < r
MILL STREET, SEAT fLU.
< otaotmitfy on Ifnii I t'
CHOICEST ME
AXI.
VBGET ABXil . -3 j
...ALSO
CORNEO BEEF AND PORK.
SMOKED MEATS, .
PORK and BGLUG:. i
3AUSA jtiw,
, HEAD-CHc.ESE,
TRIPE. El;,

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