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THE IIIII.VINTELIMMKR.
Wednesday, Aug 1 1876.
IMTROVI!* VS •* i) irti f; Hi Mr W.
I nr.'*, wo » iii to* t to day fr iu
I,.k»' WnL 'ii that th«ir little
t. ui. Nt %* Pi* t**' * l'»*y, «.n the «-aitrri;
•tKif--of the Uke. »i gr wir.2 rtpid'.y
j f are i ready »ix f*:niii«» •—ttl«-* *
tb**ri. aud v-xeral f'a:U;"» h»- - >»♦•!<
tik'-n up in ' 'iat locality up*»n
wLi'-'n j<»-roian<nt •»'?tl< ioebt« wt 1
mid-? *>vt* H. claim* th*t i* to
' f t'.ii. «t f: lit *•<*: i
nf W ,Urn Washington, ti»<tt tb y '*.'»•
i; it ?übj« t to tb»- damp cluily « »
whifb ar»? ♦•xperienced on
4i .nd, • in i tot tktt r«a«oo pi
thrive W' ii. at«l th*' in a (-w y»«ar* tf»
i#'*ach < rop of thm ««-cli'*n will
!arge. lb: ha« alr» w<l3f on hi-plv ■1 V>
appl {*ar, *»S»erry and jduai
trees which »r< i*,-ariijg this y«-*r and
JOG small trees »( the satn-* kind
■v hicb will lx ar in a few years II" has
fiVi Iwijf all Here of %traw|>«ry, aiel ;ie
f >nrtji of an *« re <4 black bi*rry *.w?w.
*n I be inti-nds to plant more »jn * neit
Mr. Fri ii< h has the Best largest
on the l*»y, baring 150 trees
«h< h will b»- ir n»-xt year
ASoTurn S.\i» A« CIDEVT —On Mon
day afternoon, while Mr First brook,
an employee of the Freeport mill
l ompany «a* in •« bolting
up" fjr the lath mnchitie, a
b >it from the circular -ikw,
•trikin# liiifl a f«iirful blow in fh*
ikbJoaifn was immediately t.ik»u
from ft" «"dl, and tlnnigh s«i Kitly
h.»rt ••iff-red but little pain until 2
o'iilof k in the morning, when hi* •♦uf
iVruig became intense. He was tak«*n
Jn a bu»t and brought to tin* city,
#riving here a little after noon y•*-
twlsy, and taken to the r. sid. noe of
K.-V Mr Atwvkl. I)r y wm
imincdiatcly caM»-«t, au<t f>»ui.d him in
a vfiy crifi' d condition, vifdent in
(laOialiuU o' ll»«t IkiWi-N hivt: in
At «»ur tunc ot going to hi*
«uff ?ring was greatly rellcv«*d , but tb*;
Dr. entertains T»ut little IMIJK; of hi*
r.-i >vi ry, a>i ho considers hi* caae t-a
c«.t?ditig»y doubtful. Mr. Firstbr.n.k
r%ine !•< ."N-attle about two months sine**«
tVom the K**t. n:.d weut to w>rk in
Kfeepoit mi l d»out thr«j weeks a^jo.
w.. 11*4 **< braid much com
plaint coiicming «he stoppage 6t work
mi Cherry stri« tby th«. gr.ul«*rs I» is
?rtw th't fbst street i» now passable
fur tenuis-'lmt tli«*n the work i* not
completes! I utii it i<< fully done, not
only tht-re but hi I'tont Street aiwmt
ns intersection. nothing rati l»e
done by property holder* in
to piaring tinir buildings
caactly on tiie gjade, or coin ••riung
thi* reimilding of side-walka »itii»-r
w ill the g:»* and water pi pen be r« I lid
until then Ibis causes an intcrlVr
nue with tin* business and convenience
ot resident - in th.«t lot ility. w hi< h thos<>
hiving iontrol of the w• <rk -hould nt
once put nil cud to The grade stakr-*
arc all set, and there i« n<» excu#** for
Hot fi|ii*hing up the work nil along
from Mill I i Columbia streets forth
w itli
Nut rot; Jwoiw—lly hi* oommuni
citmft In another i-ohnnn, it \M\\ 1*» *oen
th*t<>n«of our most rc*pectabh> citi*
t it*, and one of the staunchcst Krpub
Ikmimlb King Couuty, cuuics out l*»ld
ly in op)»obitiot> to tho ro-iioininat ion
by bi« party of our present Delegate.
• !ilik» most perioni who generally
skulk It hind *omu anonymo is lotino in
•uch \ cnw, tho writer hcr>)
give* utterance to his VK WI in an un
mistakable manner. A* it is about
tnuH tlu> |*H»ple were canvassing the
mot it* « f our rt"»jxH'tivi' < andidates, fir
a nomination to a candidaey for the
lMeguli ship. our column# wilt l«» open
t«» tho fuends or opponent* of Judge
JMMLS. or any other aspirant at hist
ti»m h ; ( s are Mining. 11k«- Mr Young,
tn sultfcribe their nam-. •to nrhtt they
write
Tiik L*at Niour Mr Kdmund*,
t i t*« t tin ker, who has l»een d» liv» r-
I 2 it Mtiu* ul lecture* at Yesh-r a 11»U.
i this i»ty, ai.d cngag<d in a dcbati
with Mr F.dwardr, on tliu lliblc. tor
evening* j»*st, delivered bis !■»*»*
I Mure Tuesday from thv smb
l •• The clergy a anuroo <>f danger to
t!u- American Kepublic." The huuso
»v« crowded lii« principal objection*
t i thw cl. rgy were that thoy intei fenn!
t »• much in the matter of public edu
l i t mi. claiming that the public «. h • U
ii.mil 1 bj wholly secular. After tin
!«i'tuti» a free dance was given in which
tv*.nfy.rive couple* or ui<»ro jvir'ni
>l»» li> »vi * t 4 v ( ti*v f>r Fort-
In .1
V Nti'AM'V —tire*i.»'is • kiiijil.il *«
*'» r • made to the i'hi* t of t »o Folic**
yesterday by citiien* tiding m th.-
•vxithw enter n |<«>rtion of the city
agsinst the c iw« that i.ifi st ttiat s«-c
--'i si and !iuk.< night hideous by their
dis<x)rdant »• >ui»< lof aundry l*-lSs Tins
Alpine music is not agreeable to the
wouhi 'h' traiiipul citiiens of tl»»t p.ir
n «.f town; but on tb*. contrary it
thfir ira and indict »tin l>,.<•
who wa« oiilij»Hl to t nut of m
wsruiU'dthi* morning at day-break
' i vite the cow sto Iwiv his preiuis. s
■nd jillow him hi* uma! tttorning nap
'h*i«r»-l he could only do them ju»ti«-
«»thn I iub!e lurrelol aluit g in. a? d
s .'ithvr I that he did not have
* ;>ul of scalding hot wster at hti. I
> ImVIIN»K T\ni». An imuielOM*
Is bell 4 iiui:? hy tie > itth' Water
' 'upany on James Stna-?. Ixtwirn
K urth ai \ \\i\h, just i~t ,\ ,. r xl
<1 »•<»' id Mr. R.» ert Husml; it i,
11 t»*t. '»ud its »tps sly u |li U ](Kl.*m
ttalUxis The ron'l ot* f r I mill, jj , t
has Ua a let t<» Mr 11 1' I' .i i \j r
Jv>hn it» . •
n • fwmaoill ■ i :
C iuplrtnl. aid U.ttoui a 1 Jul
twulkM an I pit. h.sl T! ■ y w;li <>. u ,
*®ance to pltnk t'»«* s,,i, , • ~ i ..
w **|>acttsl that ttie tank v ill vxm U
'•a»ly to hoi J u iter. It wi'l lie t>e
tank ever bunt m the T rn' \
The '.irk Cm ~f th u, ~
Gray, Uiaii.J a»th \ \- , t „ % of
* IU ll S »«> Francisco
'•hit aftrrn«*v;
Pi.: I ,wy«LjD It EM 4, —We are
] ■ ito noto the rttnrn f Hr. C.
M I' - i i-hiw ! i Li* home sirv.ii aft»T
* f! - so- we.k» in the Ea*t.
where IJ ,rs* »«**n vmftng t \<\ fri> ;.d*
He ccu.« * :*v k reconciled that Li« lot
b»* >-> ■ '•i-' i the pleasant *h"r.*s of
Port Towrwnd P,»y. Mr« Bradshaw
*-»* »-*■-r. ,';i' «:i at o[> mpia during her
h i a'?*»r ebit ;* ti'»w r-'e *%r
; i' . . .Tbotr.a* M re, who ha* been
-*■ i'ti'jr ft"i ' . S*aind f>r +> 'li*
» *-* n.'t with an accident at P rt
Gtsbll !a»t *c- k whiS' - g >ing aboard
ori" f the v'-«!-*■-is t tbv |>lmv. hv
* ho*<- fb s ankle U«i»« -* *- fjn-liv
fractured H" wi* placed in the
M iff '- II -j !t» >«iidthe fr»*t.ire reduc
' d v lir Minor 1 i«t Friday evening
. A f«-w days • mce, * y.»':ng 1 wi. son
of .Mr. * *'V. of seless lliV, while
piayivg with .hay cu'ter had hi* fin-
X- r- d-iwu ii * '.heknivts * ! two of
tu< m -jiiiy amputate 1 H»-
w i* to Port T■ > *: vi,d aitd uri
d*T * • f I»r Min r proai»«e*
to in«k< t»p e«ly recovt-ry... .Frt-der
i* k 11 i d r— 'i* i -e»ltitH
the U*rk Oregon. »A> wounded with &
piwtol i>*!i l.i th» l'.'g tt S» »t* < , .»n
W«dr<"«'}'»y of l.nt and w»<.
broujfbt here to th«- Mitring ii >«pit»!
find th<r bullet extracted —Aryu*.
VISIT TO run MINES —Gen. How
ard, acc >mpanie 1 by CI. Durfce,
Capt. Hiln-ott and brother, J. M.
Coleman, John Collins and John
visitrd th» S 1111 »* coil mine yesterday
by invi?;tfiitn of Capt. W H Taylor,
Sn|»erint«'ii I'-nt of Transportation, and
after n.*pv< the S. C. ii T. Com
pany * *otk<. proc< ed«*d to the Renton
uii'l laiUit companii*' mines, an«l iheii
ieturin d to tow n by the S. Jt W. W.
H. H Stage, arriving b.-re al>«»ut 7 r M.
Tlw Gvueral expressed himself a«
highly p|ci*.-«i with bis trip.
Ho! FOK A G<W»U TlME.—Several
yourfg in'u of this city, who hold the
old t j be true that "all work and
no | lay make* Jack a dull boy," have
chait Ted a *loop, and proj»ose to *tart
off to day fur a week'* cruise among
the niaiid« in the lover portion of the
Sound. They will go all prepared for
camping out, hunting and fi*hing. ami
undoubtedly will have a ioo*t enjoy
able tiiu.\
(Joixa Ahkaij.—Th» new
thal Brothers' building it rapidly ap
proaching completion. The brick work
i« alretdy finished and the carpenter*
n >\\ have the building all to theinsrlve*.
It is a building of considerable
aichiteetural preteusi m«. and adds
very uiui-h to the appearance of our
fast growing eity.
B» i><» l\Kl'Atut:i» —One of the scows
belonging to th -Benton Coal Compa
ny, which was run on a Ming while b«-
in<j towed down thi l)uwamish Kivcr
>oni»« two vs.vk- sine*, knocking a hole
in h«*r Iw.ttoni. and sinking her, has
U-en raised, and ih now on Hammond's
\\ aj i undergoing repairs.
Ot K farmers who have been com
plaining no much about bad weather,
»txl their inability to cure tln-ir hay
propi-i Iv, in ooiiicquatici' of the wet
weather, have been afforded a fairoppor
tiiit it y tlu< pavt four or five days to get
their hay in in good condition, and we
presume they are improving it.
Ihe Imrk Tidal Wavo st*i!«.kl
fioin Port Madi«oU yesterday for San
Franciaco Mr*. <J. A. Mefgs, Miss
Meigs, Mr* !la«*ick and * >n, Mr
Steve iih in took passage on lor.
POLITICAL.
Frkhpout, W r , Aug 14, IHTn
Ki'ITOK INTEI MUK.VCKR: In the
It.iilff />#/"/<o of »ho 11 tli inst ,in *p« ak
i*»ff of the nil fur a Territorial It pub
lii'tn < >nvfiiti hi. T.i 1» • h 1 I at Ki!jii.ii
mi the 20th of Septeinlter next, it was
intimated that "our p'esent Delegate
U> e\pe»*ted t<i render an account,
Ar, ami enter the list for te election."
I'anion mo if 1 ttitke i sugges i»n.
O .Jaeob«, ;-l<- ft »<•', "ll'.llh'l*
Delegate. ha* no n»*al tu render sail
account, f-*r n ithino which le'can sav
cert»inh nothing whieh ho has dom—
eati re>t,»ri to 1II:II th* 1 ixuitidi lire whioll
the Hojiuliiicm |«Mity onre | IUK<I| in
hun; au<i »' i- N» !».• !H»JMS| 111 *t he w >n"t
liiv tho clietk to thrust hiiu«c f U«
fu i* th«* Oonvi'iiti.in. -taking or nj»tt
iito Is eiulorsed, mueh l<*ss to In- ro
turne 1 ugain tot'ongrcs*
l! 1 !s> :il! «ii| to i>ff< r advice
in tin* in«tt< r, I ** mi l rei.'oiiiiiieint that
t* J«e»>lis present liiinsiif IxUre the
other Ti rritorial t"«»nvi ntion; and to
malto It its !ui| iotio as p. I
w.Hild that h< be i oitotl to tb«-
d (>\ L i *III». of t »n. aii«i Boriah.
i»f S. attic, an«l Nisi twek -d on the tail
nf hiscnar. "somewhat nfti r the IUMII
ner in whit h tirat/ Mrown was ta» keil
i>n Gr«s |ey - iH»at-t*u during the last
Presidential cau>ii«igri," and the band
playing that '-me «<> d»-ar to their heart*:
" I >ix ic "
I k o\\ thst wi iM !*« a h* aw hud
topaik. but io iir*»at« r in prn|orti>n
than that which J»c f »s has packet! since
the la>t canv as». anil as he s«»<'iiis to
• ik" it a: d has di>tie everything jwtasi
if to «ievate that clasa, to tli" exila
'i n of hii pa-tv frond*, an 1 is the
MM ;I fr|. n 1 ».f LillC, of DrejfOn. 1
hixe eouir to the c->uclitsion that all
K'puMicm* Ulievi'ig that t .eir party
ha* not vet finished its work, should
hold tl enis,'.ves alvK t ftoni *uch Uliie
fll llitlu • noes. a-;d conic out Mjuarely
fur - me ca* }. Ufa thit *sll at least tie
tr.N- to his fro nda.
BUSINESS NOTICES.
J N lv»rf* r. IN i»ti-t. »uooe*-
- r<f I >r J 11 Hitch of I'ortUoJ,
'.*« *: ii i» tiow ii> «Mir city. :u»d ticwgns
r«nittn » in.' I!.- !it*> the froot
- \>r M It \|»,Mnk< <!r«isr*tore
4 ' H»rl*i f in, * t!i r,.-.,,'k!v ivcom
ii■ *'i.» i 11 1 i>, It.t. i i« t £»nthrn*n
• »kiH in ht« j.rtift
rii.fr *i;i U i im cling <>n Kri
<i.\ t!u- l*<: 11 i>t , in Vhkt*l
i. us, f r tic purjw » , f rrjjaniiiniT *
< i.i*x 11 \ ,„T»i Mu>;c All ar«- invited-
No Jnjt\*>\.
ADVERTISED LETTER LIST
Th* folic wirg are the letter* remain
mg in riif Post~«fEoe at Seattle, W. T.,
f r tb< *e»-k • n4iug A jgust, PJ. I*7«
Afhi- r-on, f L M ; .t, Gacr*; •
Ab'ltr- .J 1" O'Bryai.t, M:tn A T
AndwHjn, K P Oliver, N T
Biker. C J O'Keane. John
I{r*'*kin. C J Raleigh, Wua
C »'«th«»rp, B F Km**;, M
Coyle, Geo Field, B W 2
Fagan, Ja> Gibson Geo
Hight, A W C Lampa m, F
K F M Lipsrc, R>)b
L/ »i", M Mallon, G
Rap pert ie, A S 8» buck, Piul
Simmons, H Stratord. Joseph
Syiii«>cd' 4 . J f. Sailee J<-ph
Shif.rr, M Mi-< Streit, I'rof, Music
Vixon, .1 Woinpy, Jos
Wilson. Friil Weiler, Otto
Person* calling fjr the ab-*ve letters
w;ll pl»-**« uive th» date of advertising.
W. H HUMPHREY, P. M.
S G Alien. San Francisco; J B Ball,
Mr* Sch ini'lt, Port Madison: E C H in
man. L I, Thomas. .Siiohoruwh: George
Linn and wifr. Mi->e« M innie and I»la
Hay nes, Jake Wallace, Thotnat Christy,
San Francisco: Charles Taylor. Snoho
mish, Jauies Pierce, Vic'or.a; John
William*. Ban Francisco; J K Marshall,
Port Gamble; C N Coulter, Henry G
Strure, Olympus; Freeman, Matt |
Keith. Albert Keith. Wm Danker, City;
John Burns, John Morris, White Hiver;
M Padden, Talbot; S George, City.
Janus Williams and family, Renton;
Mrs 1 Bessell, Reuton; John Close,
San Francisco, MM Cue, White River;
J time* Rodden, John Hamilton, City;
Mr* ncer and son. Port Blakeley;
S S Crawford. City; Mr* Saunderson,
Port Hlakeley; F M Walsh, John F
Smith. City; James Dougan, Union
City; Stephen Birry and wif»». Vic
toria; Neil Knight, Olympia; I D
Kupert, City; John Palico, White
Kiver; John Mile<, Port Madison.
AT POUT BLAKELY.—There are four
vcim'li no# loading at Port lllakely AS
follows; Hie Hideout, R. H. Ham*
I
bark Cambridge, and a fourth, the
name of which we did not learn,
loading for La Pas.
DIED.
ALLISON—At Port Gamble, Saturday,
lath. Cora MircflU, infant daughter of J. L.
»u l M J. Allison, aged 7 month* and 11 days.
LouUvlllr, (Ky.> Courier-Junrual and New Al- |
bany jlnd ) }>lease copy.
SEATTLE MARKET REPORT.
CokltK. T»:i> PAII.T BT HOBTOS A DENXT.
BftrrLK, Autfunt 15, 1«76.
O.dd In New York, 11.12.
Currency, here, buying. S9 . wiling, *>■
Trade dolUrn, 90 ; half dollars, y.5.
<<>KRICTEI> I»*ILT UT eRAWre>W> k HitIKIKOTOH
Home PriMlnee
Dour. V l)bl |5 2a#4S (Vi
Wheat, ft biiihel 1 53
llarley, •• ftt(£9o
Oat*. •• AM 75
I'otatoM, " | 25
Onion*, •• 1 flo
Hay fl ton WOO
liutter, Preah ltull fltb :ki(£3s
Effga V dozen 30
Crushed Fe«<l yimjlh 2 00 '
Chicken*, f» .l ien 4 00 1
Timothy aeed. buahel 4 50
Ilaron lt-nJn
Lard I«H«*I7H
Wool .• IH
Hide*—Oreen. naled. 4.<«4 ; culla, H '**»•
I>ried. liSi ; culls, S
BUY
YOUR
GOODS
Oft 1
B
R
0
SCHWABACHER
&
c
0
TIIKY KEEP THE LAKH EST
ASSORT.* EXT,
AND SELL
CHEAPER
THAN ANY OTHER
HOUSE
IN THE
TERRITORY
A 11. Vot'.xn
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
OOMIIEjrrAL HOTEL
NEW ENGLAND.
MISCELLANEOUS.
ANNUAL CLEARING SALE
FOR NEXT THIRTY DAYS,
PREPARATORY TO GOING TO EASTERN MARKETS
FVK A
FAI L STOCK OF NOVKI.TIKS.
W. G. JAMIKSO\
Will **ll f r the Si' At i
(IK 111 sum IMUS MS BUY IT li! IST
Silver American Watches from Sin upwards.
Gold American Watches from SoO upwards.
For iht neit Su dmv*l wiil Mil my entire St k i\ vU
15 Per Cent, below cost. Clocks fromsl upwards.
. mW JtL *■ M BTC €» JW
Will sell for the neit ;*• <ls\ s the U'ui< r- if -ul on hand of
Silver & Silver Plated-ware. 25 Per ft. Below Cost.
CASTORS FROM #2 50 UPWARDS.
For the next *) .l»y* I will sell the t«!ance of my Stock of Ml SltWI, IXSTRI'MKNTS au.l F\NCY I
GOODS on hand at a GRKAT SACRIFICE to clomout this hue. The public will
ftti.l this an unprecedented opportunity to
Our Annual Clearing Sale commence* six weeks earlier thin seawou to i> -rinit u* tow.Mt FaMrrn
markets for <mr Fall Stock of Noveltie*.
BARGAINS FOR THIRTY DAYS
AT
Jamieson's Jewelry Emporium.
GOOD JNEWS.
The uiidenigimi are constantly receiving l>y every steauii.T from San Franeisco
a large assortment of
CHOICE GROCERIES
And beop constantly on liaiid
Fresh Graham Flour, Corn Meal, Rye Xeal, Buckwheat
Flour, and Rice Flour, Chicago Hams, Bacon
and Smoked Salmon. Fresh Califonia
Butter, Eastern k Maple ?v ips.
County Prodtioe bought ar.il sold. E»vry;hing • j.,t l>y »
HBMt - JMB3 fill!)tun S•i I)ill
Will bo found in our stock which we propose to s»-ll than any other
house iu Seattle.
All goods guaranteed. Giv»; us a trial and be convinced.
Clootln Dfllverd (« all Farln «»l «!»«» City Free or Minrge.
FRONT STREET, SEATTLE. \7. T.
HALL tf PAULSON,
Mannf»ot*r»C* of an i I»« n!>-rw Iti
Our facilities are such as to defy competition.
MX'H: IN A CALL AM/ SATISFY YOLKSKLF A> TO J'HICKS.
Crr. n»MvU! Btr»-« t, Seattle. W. T-
a, wstmmow,
IDEAIJEH X3V OEJ3VEII AIJ
MERCHANDISE,
SNOHOMISH! CITY, W- T
FIVE HUNDRED SHIP KNEES FOR SALE.:
ENQUIRE OF E. C. FIMJTSOX.
T. H. STRINBHAM,
PAIMF.R 4
CONTRACTOR.
IK*» ALL t
MOUM» and Boat Painting, rain
ing, rtper-Haiifirine ami
SL?n Work.
FLIATE F R «AL#. F*AD Y NAII*XL, O< ALL KIO4* E
TLMATN FANUAW F R ;*RU** T> !.A\«
* RT TKKOR
SHOP ON PAINTERS ALLEY.
SCHOOL TAX.
T - 4 1 .- F ► LI ! D TR • N 1
LID. ,»CJI: I. : ;>AI.I ' *'■ R>- !** T* RTIL «R 1» 1. COL-
F T..* *»•..* * IF I UI R. <,I ». .J C» *T»
FTJ B* ■ : - ' T»,» 1.-IF-T. R«
I> T. * UFCF U H. ORK
SR*H > HB|%' . TH, !*~ S.
TH<- T»I »« F IT- CITY t --AIT!' ' t XL- y*+t
\»'l I« T. « IT U-> B*l> ' FTT-I * • TAX** T T
YS*II < T R TRF. RT I»T *UI TTITT K*D"-
UAUAEN? AISD A
H W. ROWLA3TP. •
CMY Trrumrcr.
THE ARCADE.
JUST OPENED
fUISS MOSS
Fashionaile Stock
1)111 ««OD§
Kit ESS GOODS,
FA\( V GOODS
Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing Moods. Hen and
Boys' Clothing. Hats. <aps. Trunks. Valises.
Ever brought to this eitv.
Our stock has been selected l»v ourselves peraouallv, ami knowing
the requirements of the trade, we feel safe in saving that wo have the l«ost
selected stock in this market, ami at low prices.
BOYD, PONCIN & YOUNG.
S. \V. IIOVEY. \Y. W. BARKER.
HOVEY & BARKER,
DHALKKS IN
General Merchandise,
CORNER OK COMMERCIAL AND MUX BTRXKTH,
3BATTLE, AA/. T.
All GrOods at tills
aro of first rato quality,
AND WILL HE SOLI) AS LOW AS AT ANY <YTHEK HOUSE
IN THE CITi.
(iooils <lolivored to any j»a**t of tin* Oity t r cv of charge.
li. H CALLIGAN. F. 8. CLARK*
GALLI6AN & CLARK,
i>t: \ i ri;s i \
GrnlN Clothing
' > *%
A N D
FURNISHING GOODS,
A# u.'ll ax
(lents Boots, riioos aii'l Slippers, lints, (':ips, Trunks ami
Vul is >s
LADIES' & CHILDREN'S BOOTS & SHOES
" Quick sales and small profit*, *' in our nn»tto.
OALLIGAN & CLARK
COMMERCIAL STRE SEATTLE, W T.
BOOK & STATIONERY STORE
JOHN L. JAIWIKNON
(X«-xt door to S'liwakcht r IJi rm. A Co
('OMMKRCIAL STItI'KT. SIIATTLK, W. T.
SCHOOL AM) MISCELLANEOUS HOOKS
STATIONKItY, MI'SICAL LVSTIM'ML.VTS. ALBI'MS
t'latlcry i*n«l Vnnvy
TilK ' //'</>7->7 fjo'AHs AM) T(i/l\rCttS.
Subscriptions solicited for S. !•'. and Kastcrn Period
Seattle Brewery,
COKXKH .MILL fc KOI irni STKKKTS, SKATTLI-:.
SLOB AH & CO.
Proprietors, and Browor« of
SUPERIOR ALE, PORTER
And t!»«» only
(genuine Imager Beer
Made in Washington Torritorv.
< Mir iJottlcd A'.»• and IWtcr i* cijnal. it not -wjr
rior, to any foreign brand.
./. r. ,noKKihi^
Druggist & Apothecary,
WIIOICHHU' a lift ih'tail,
roaimeroial Street, Seattle, W.T.
SIGN-CITY DriUG STOZU3
MISCFT.LAXKOrS.

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