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THE DAILY INTELLIGENCER.
VOL. 11.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
W. It. ANDREWS,
A TTOHNEY-ATLAW.
CTiH j.rvtl-" In ail thf r«»urt# f
>tr, » r* tmno »nijru*'i, /»»•«*ir* o>-n
ftmminum«. * t.
lost* i UrOam. Tao« Beaut
MrMLYRV BiBKB
VTrOENKIK-AT-LAW,
SLA T TI:E. rr T..
9T|)i t i % I fr*> f th* T*t
rt t* #r >.
C M. BRAOSHAW,
•it to r ney-Mi-Law,
i>OKT TO W N SEND. W. T
CHA.*. If UMUU:. 1»h! W RtlX.
liiirrabci* &. Hall.
[msiimiim-iwi
BEAITLK, W. T.
H E. HATHAWAY,
ATi - \T- LAW
Will •U'-U'l U> bitaii.ciw lu .11 }<«rt» of tht Ter-
VtWtrjr fartiiiilftr .tfulioii Klvrn to Pn.bnt*
MttU-rv.(iillw tliiu "f ft*-lit.ftU'l
SfjAT'l LK. W T.
a. N. i C. H. H*wr<»ai>.
i/l'tri. t Attornrv J
M Ui«tr..t, W T I
MCONAH& S HftNFORD,
iltoi'tttytf-'ul - iMtr, SollritorM
<M 1 hanrrry and Prartor*
in .Idmiraily.
Ok MC»: ('ointi.en ial Street, eorm-r
Waaliingttui, Seattle, W. T.
l4»iut J.tiis Li iuf
McNAUGMT A. LEAHY,
A TTOnSKVS - A I - I. A H', S'il.ll l-
TOUti IN CUASr/Clir. «!• I'lior.
rous ix Mt mi HA nr.
Win prtrtlr* InJ ,lUa liutri'l »n>l Su;»r«iur
Oiiurt*.
Mr. will givt «}«-. i.t .tttuiUoii !>• (V>l
- o>»av**»urlii|j. kc *lw> t-. Ilir
Mvl uk >if IU.I Kvtalr
jniv nth, i»»t«. iy« s
W. H. Wmitk I. » X.KH.
WHITE Sl NASH.
Ki IV w ®2 «m 9
Sent(lt», Washington Terr'y.
OFFICK,—DISPATCH 111' 1 f-DI N«»■
it r OJtmnaoM. a i tLeicHtw 1 .
DENmSON k BLANCHARO,
attornrys-at-law and
I'rortorK in Admirilty.
at Pi>rt TowiioriM W«».ilnk.t»~ 'rrrl
or* BU
D P. JENKINS,
SEATTLE, W. T..
A TTOUXKY-A T-l I W. SOl.h'lToli
IX VllAXi'Kit)', AXI) rilOCTiHt
IX ADMIRALTY. nihil
DRS. k. IH. B. BAtiLEY.
Momnopaih l*f#,
SEATTLE, W. T
OK. H I» BAUI.ET. IATE PROKKSSOR or
l'riuclplr* m l I'rvUc# of
Unlil.'n tVutr.l will titak*
o|x-r>iiM> Mttru-ry m l Hur»!l.-»1 in******-. • i.l
•y, .n.l will •H'Uvl to f.ll. in my |»wrt of Ih#
.Sotlli.l.
DR. G. A. WEED,
M'KUKON ANI) PHYSICIAN,
SKATi LK, "\V. T.
UK. JOHN HAk Kit.
a *rnc#:«.r.
Oft'l i:...(Vn«u>ui simit. wrvwa t«
tiAMK CllHttul
IIR.G.V.r HillOl X.
SoAttlo, W. T
. N«t t. h Hial.tuitf, 1 s>t*;lr iVcl
.UuUl H I'l
Sr. J. S. Houghton.
O® t- Di'H J.kir V>r fiv «a*
atar *lUtiU->n ;l*rr. I.»
l»l>KA*hS OF IUK FY K.
DENTISTRY.
J c oß*snr. I'KNTt'"*v ,»r
|j.-t tu m< »t v HunmuVt* HwiiJ-
I Ml Strt
gutrv tutt
G» J. S. MAGGS,
DOUtlßt.
OFFICE. MILL STIiEET.
•iitl H»ra'«t »«i r#. »*F tH
CIUKXTAL HtTI-l. r»
ISAAC A. PALMER.
M. la i §€'€••»
SKATTti:. W. T.

lapHMWdl I'' mral»l» PJ-AN* HHCtfl-
CATtOXaft* lI'IUMIO tal! Itsfcraw *.«•"
MU«;):.lr(lil !ht-U .vurtw> iit«. *' l!,! *
lOR SU KOKKKM
t ll> iv« ,rti r- .. —. » i i !fu«w!»
tt*>»t»4on WUth »l(wl» Tv*
lstrtb-« aI4T» Si'fl' to -r.J a HMTtuf
*>*. HP+l
ROW MARION GOT HIS RI
FLES.
Ir« t»j* H»rt* rd T;s.-"»
Ibe « ! >«♦' r>;~ tti< J ear 1 "S ! \* i* as* I
pert >d f'/T \tti r.'\» TL<- Brin-th held
tbf country from ' ! irlestori to th" up
per S jn!e»*. t.' 1 lit rder tt < < -tup' te
tbri: '• I 'I lIH i (*?abli- ed I chilli
4>t p -t- throughout the Mate. ea» !j ot
wliii i. a- *' •''• • »tifi-i *i I «ie
tend'-d !•}' » g "*i I
re>istawe t■> *h.' I'riti-b th»*re \%a»r.oiie.
Oil th« Aut'-rv ,ii *; !»• tin principal
actor* in the vstfe the men
who comp~j*t*i tae umou- Light Ilrig
adw" ot Genrtal Mafi>n. Tb- favorite
rendezvous ' f Msri-jn wa-nt >tww Is
land This i- a f xrv < f hiyh river
*wainj», as it i <li' i i'i tii* t'aroliua*,
an i »a- surrounded on three s; !es by
water, a* to I*; almost impregnable.
Here M .ri in had his camp. Froin fhi
fustn<-*s be isn'e.l forth at pleasure to
tiie enemy ■» tries or capture
a straggling party of hi* troop-. Se
euro in h - r«*tr»-a' he h-id n-» !<:»r of
pursuit
lu th city of l h irlestivn the de-put
itut < f the 1»«it«->:» it it it>» higlit ; the
proud-spirited p<->pl.* <.f that capital
was held dm\n by ;t grin ling tyranny.
•Man) of them were -till open .»nd un
eoiupromisiij'ij in thtir !i >.stility to the
lliioji.il while oth. i-, tlniikiiig they
could I test -erve tie; cause in 11* it wav,
ath. ted a hearty «ui>uiission to the con
tpierurs nnd w».*r« »eemingly the most
loyal ol* ail King Ueorge's suhjects.
while the Knglish -aw tins and
congratulated themselves u|«»n the
good effect it would have on the Colon
ist. these very "loyalists" kept the
American commander informed cf all
that pas.*ed within the British lines,
and many a disaster of the Euglish w as
m this v* iv direi tlv attributed to them.
One ut tliev.» |ter>'>rtH a lady of
fine {sxiition and great wealth.
Indeed ti»,-re were f«-w in ali
Cliarlest-m uv« r w hove Hitliuiissioti to
tho ei iwii th" liritisli wen- more elated
than tlit-v were ever that nf Anno
(iftrd' ii. Xie was a young and l». jatiti
fnt wi I'W just twenty-live,and tor sev
er. i! \ ears bad fieen the statidiny tua-t
ut tlio lieaiix o!" the l.'ari'lin**. When
the lintnh t<x>k the < ity *he was mieot
tho lir-t to »ii!>mit to the King, and
-line then h*r house had been the fa
vorite oiithering-plaee of tho red-i-.>at
gentry. Many ot Mrs.liar-leu *friends
who ui re Htauia h j.atriot« to the last,
tjuietly cut In r af iiuaintauce, and shook
their leads in siieiit indtytia'ioii when
h< i' name was mentioned, and when
they dared speak at all. it was only to
condemn the vidow'.s treaehery. In
the eauip of Marion, however, there was
one cheek that kiudled with pride aud
not with shame when tlie lady's name
was mentioned: and as for General Ma
rion himself, he could have told tale»
that would have startled the widow's
Charleston friends, bad it Ih-m safe to
do so.
When Marion was creating so gr«nt
an excitement lieyoud the gates of
Charleston, Mrs. (turden resolved to
give a l>ull. Preparations were made
on an extensive scnle, and the loyal
element of tho city was iu high leather.
The splendid mansion of tin- young
widow WHS dressed in tlowers from cei-
I ir to garret, and l>la/< d with lights on
the t veiling appointed for thenssen»-
Mv, and tile hand of the garrison dis
toiiiM-d -weet tnusic to th" a->s<mbled
crowds The entert:iii>nient was at its
height, win u tho croud near tho door
suddenly parted and a young tuan catue
forward hurriedly. lie was tall and
splendidly formed, and carried himself
erect, with a proud, martial air. lie
was dressed in the uniform of an officer
of tin Tory legion, and his general ap
pearuuco was that of a man who had
ridden tar and Intrd during the day.
As the young widow saw him her face
Hushed and tlieu grew deathly pale,
and she sprang forward with a cry ot
alarm
• W hat are you.doing here,' she i-k
»d hurt ledlv
"You will *«•«'. If? muwerid quicki)',
in it low tone. "Only for Heaven »
vake. «w cur black nlue to whet 1
tn.-iy say Then he added calmly, :ind
in it louder tone "You hv, my d<ar
tou»in, I have come back to tny allegi
ance "
"I uin delighted to hear it.' the
replied, v\• rmly. taktug the hint at
oii«v "1 lover thought your heart
w»>uld cling to the rflwl cau>e
•Faith.' ho said. Uuglung, "if my
lira it bud < lung to it. tny stouuu h
would have driven me from it I'm
not fond i t >t*rvii g my fnir eou-in,
atul King t»iorg«» lives wi 11, you know
Ihirnftrr, riitMuas NN i'«on li\ - - - u. t
die* :» loy «i tuau.
t olonel NVatson in I ln-rti standing
by, during thi> conversation watching
the couple closeiy. Xow hi 'tepjx.vi
forward to the'ut.y .« side.
ho's thi» gentleman he
*«>tU' e hat sharply. H» *on
ih. rfully f:intili*i
Oh rcpliftl the lady, laughing. In
is my « i'.-tu. l.i< ntenant rboan:ts NVil
•on. and. a- you will jr. . ive t* in hi*
M »j* t * »• r v i< v
•You mm'in rather c*reU»s of viir
dre»v »>»n»iJcrtiig tito txxa»iou, «ir,'
*ai 1 th» colonel, t.-trtly He wii an
noyed at the gn at »ttt« j«—t which the
lady -howed in tbt ; > w co:iur
"My busiai v» in >: lv my excuse
C\>l -lit! ' tai i tin \->utiguian i« j»-t ?-
full) '1 am the I* »ri rof \ letter
Ir 'in M.ijor t. ii* v. i.t.-i my orders ire
to l« >e nottiut tii deliveru it 1 have
tiddw hit i all ilay. ur, MI i apoa
reach it g ) ri; rs l< an. -I of
your t c\> here riu« li ly I* tng
my cousin I hid no he»itatM« i . com
tt'i. hvt< at one*. tru»:ing for jar :,»n ?•»
?!»•• rg-iu -. %• »t it:\ iuiv-i n
A> he spok, he ha: <it i to tUc C■ •>-
tn« i a «*aie«i letter Wn!» >n f «»k ;t
ha>'ily a. I br» ke the *«».« l A- he rea l
i! a sinih f vi'j*'». n v- r*j r> . t ihu
t\ atutv*
* Thl* i* very g*k»l. h. «ai I gle« -
fwlljr "i »air« y Kinking p m*rutt«
Ny the huut!ri»!- NY a tit« >V*» nrt!e». >»
cabvtv ati>i •t Ric aunuui iriou at mky
NN i'.l 1 •«•;! i them % To l>«- * »rt*. I a.-
Have you *a* r.a. lieutenant *"
*"N«v sir,'" rapita-i thr y«H:ng man.
SEATTLE. WASHINGTON TERRITORY, MONDAY, JANUARY I. IS7T.
"M-»j >r w 43 afraid u£«eiid them
down There's no when or
w!;> re ur.e may meet that Swamp Kox
aith his snaking cutthroats."
"Verj good," mM the Colonel. ' I'll
furnish jou with four wagons ani a
guard of fifty mounted men. You nil!
-?ar* at sunrise in the morning. I*ier.-
< ail at my quartern at mid
night and you »hall have the n*i-esa.»ry
<>tders. N> w, sir. jf*u ha<l l*tt«-r take
a rest. you trill ntied i».\
"K»r-t Ist me offer hint ~>u>e refresh
in-.:?-," said the widow quickly, 'He
is tir. -1 and hungry, I know, and no
iuii't have tny h.Ki<*» in such t
*'at«.''
llttur: quicdly, thee," said tho Col
onel "I shall I* mfcwrcble while yon
«r«; gone.
Tlie young nun uffer< d his arm to
the lady,"and they left the balltnom;
but instead of going to the dining
room. she led hiui straight to her cham
ber. and then. locking the door, ?aid
am iotisly:
For heaven's sak & , ('h»rle\ what is
the me n.ing of this :
The young man did not answer ver
bally, but, catching her to his breast.
ki« ed hi r passionately, and, to l>e
frank, the young widow did not resist
Inn..
"It uie.iii*," lie sa'ni at l«*.st. iu re-
I<ly tu her rejieatcd ijuestiotis, "tlmt we
want amis, ami 1 have c«mie for tle'iu."
What else they said matters not now;
hut before they separated Mrs. Garden
seemed very well satisfied with the
young man's explanation. They then
repaired to the supper room, where the
Lieutenant found ample refreshment*,
aud the lady returned to the ballroom,
where Colonel Watson was impatiently
awaiting her.
At midnight the lieutenant called at
headquarters, and, faithful to his prom
ise, Colonel Watson was there. The
necessary orders for th" delivery of the
arms ttnd ammunition aud wagons to
Lieutenant Thomas Wilson, of tho
"loyil legion," were made out, and the
Colonel also placed iu the young man's
hand a sealed letter of instructions to
Major liainey. The rest of the night
was spent m procuring the desired
arti le-. and at sunlight the next morn
ing Lieutenant Wilson, with his wagons
and th« ir contents, escorted by a guard
of fifty men. set out for the " High
Hills of Santee," where the Tory ma
jor's headquarteis were located.
The wagoti-s and their escort made
go <1 time, and by sunset were forty
unle- from Charleston. The sun was
si arce half au hour high when Lieuten
ant Wilson ordered a bault for the pur
pose of caiDpiug for the uight. The
mounted men fastened their horses to
the trees and removing their saddles
prepared*to cook tbair • racing meal.
The team* we unhitched from the wag
ens and the com maud busied themselves
iu preparations for a comfortable night.
Every one w as busy, and no one noticed
that while these arrangements were iu
progress Lieutenant Wilson bad drawn
off from the party and disappeared in
the woods that tmrdered on the road.
Suddenly there was a crackling iu the
brushwood, which caused the llritish
trooper* to spring to their tcet iu alarm.
As they did so, a voice that sounded not
unliku' that of tht! young lieutenaut,
shouted loudly :
"Surrender, or you arc dead men!"
General Marion secured bis prisoners,
together with the arms, ummuuition,
wagons and horses, and set out, after a
rest of a few hours, for "Snow Island."
At the request of the l>ogus Lieutenant
Wilson, ho sent back oue of the red
coats to Charleston with a note to Col
one! Watson, infonuiiig him of the
trick that had been played ou him by
tho young officer —who, so far from be
ing a lieutenant in the Tory legion, was
none other than the famous Charles
Hampton, a Captiau in Marion's Brig
ade, who planned and carried out the
affair successfully—thanking the Colo
in I for the excellent weapons and other
muteria's he had sent him. and promis
ing to do giHxl service wth them.
The Hntish commander was furious
when he r.>a I the note, :ind saw the
hoax of which he had been made the
vicutu He wvnt in ha»te to tlar
den, but the fair widow had sailed for
Kugand. lie wat compelled to swallow
hit mortification in sib noe. and a few
years afUr, when the war was o*er, hit
chagrin was not a little iucrtoMd by
the tidings which reached him that
Mra Garden ha-i married the young
officer who had tricke-l him out of his
rifles.
MISCELLANEOUS.
Notice*
S 'r i» titu* It. t* e JW
Sidewalk. an<l Wlwrf
Ua m' *u mm »: mm
v*. la iiK Om atoM ;u»il«rr ia
I «at In S»«tt!r ft
aV a J«I imoift o'oiu jirr«lf. il
pl« t w i JVX\l*sl»s s>'«iiir.t<r
) J M *i:sn \1 LkOO , » .t-"*-4 tf
CillCAlid MARKET,
FKDXT STUEET. SEATTLE.
ONSIM JL OUST AD,
Proprietors
Fresh 4c Salt Meats
6c Vegetables
CONSTANTLY OS HAND.
MISCELLANEOrS.
Rraoval aid 9priii*
IS TP**
New Brk*: Store
or
FRAIENTHAL BROS
Nc\t I»->r to Jamiestm's Jew«lr\ >t«>re.
SEATTLE, W. T.
Our eui-t inert «bJ tii*- traJ« tcuat%\.\ are kuij
!y BK.ru t~ i dwfv.' in w ii«|inifliia our urw
ly Wit st n, «ktr« vt Om Jgm umi tttrfcctu*
•fcoHk "if
CLOTHING.
DRY GOODS
Hoots, Shoes. Huts, Millinery
Goods. Carpets t v Oil
Cloth, Wall Paper.
Trunk* \ Satchels. Furs. Ac.
WHOLESALE AX'I) LET AIL.
A eall to th# fttei* will eor.viiuv y nr of our
Ut prt'fKf'T br«t JJOOdS
l;csj>e.-tfully,
FRAUENTHAL BROS
NORT raCirlC
mm mxwm
Piclit & Mehlliorn,
M.I afai-tum-. of
CREAM ALE, PORTER
•Hit
§cer
U.viuK *ucc«H».le<l to Mir limtiiietui of tin- North
I'ftcitU* Brewer} , we will sell tiur Cream Ale. Por
ter. and Beer, wtilrh is to If
the bent lu the market, at pr; -c» that will romi>e«%
with »u> other brewery iu thr Territory. We
will not lx> underbill
Having inoreaM\t the facilities of tLi» {wjnilai
eatabliahuiviit, our patrons can r< ly upiu th» i.
orders ppoaiptly all«st.
I ICHTi MEULIIOKV
B«fwriug to Um abov*. Ut* auiltinlgsui thank*
his fonuer patron, fur their liberal nui port. an 4
•olleita a cotitinnance of the aanm for hia rotma
OIK. MARTIN BCHMIEO.
Seattle, January 29.1878.
PUGETSOUNDSTONEIYARD
!M[. J. CAIIHLBBK.
It thr Foot of Srromi Street, SEATTLE
Every variety of Cemetery Work executed tn
Marble' and ail other St. ne, with neati.rtw and
dispatch.
A1a0.%11 kin.laiif Mason*'BuildingMatrrialkept
for the market.
Ala.), afi.t for th*- sale of the San Jnan Lime.
All order, promjitly filled, an l »atisfa<~tion
anteeii
Seattle. October lf>. 1573
TO LET !
Fl KMSHKII ROODS
In furnifrljf ViK'W:; »>. ti J( Tr»ri .>tj»
('<>MMERi /.1 /. ,n TUKEI'.
SdfHtbn .'"th, It'.T;»-110
SAMUEL KENNEY,
Jferchajnt Tailor
Ha# Ju»t r* «l>rl • u»w *t.|
ST< H 'K OF GOODS
F'-r Spring »rut ><uir.m«c w*»r
KASHIOXAIH.K SI - ITS
M*<# to on!**.
* •uiinrrt tail \V. T.
Notice.
Thf h»*tr " • «i >ni .» ii, ik
tun t
MESSRS FORCEY & HICBOLSON.
I «bo »t i c*tt? to U»* t>*»: :.>•>• !n ti»
Mh>!. tbuiiß« the jml f i t *1" -»s*r»;
mgr (h#y fc»»- »ttrr : <w him. wxm>A r»»j« tin r
» lai i •t. sal. :t *f tfii- »**!♦■ fu»
► r» %
»-lm
1000. 1000,
( i; \l< ; \ HASTINGS
HAVE
r.OOO BUSHELS OF OATS
AND BARLEY
At tt-u n*ff it »be l* wm Cml Pnc*.
1 T.Wt
MISCELL NEOUS.
STAR DLLS.
.Tf
FRONT AHD SENECA STREETS.
SEATTLE. W. T.
> I. W. IU /BY. Prp'r.
Xaß<:fact:ir«r >..f
EXTRA FAMILY
IF I. O I R
Always on haml.
GHAIIAM,
' CRACKED WHEAT,
and CORN' MEAL,
GROI N!) FEED,
BR AX.
SHORTS.
MIDDLINGS,!
and CHICKEX FEED.
W. H. SHOUDY,
I'KAI.ER IK
PAINTS, OILS,
VARNISH, GLASS,
PI'TTY, &C.
Paints ready uiised in color aud quantities to
suit. Just received, the largest and t>e».t assort
ment of
WALL PAPER
In the i*Hy, and \ull sell at reduceil rates ready
trimmed.
RUBBER PAINT.
I will guarantee the Rubber Paint, all other
circumstances bt-itix equal, to cover more surface,
per Kallnn. tw<»-coat work, than the Atlantic Lead
and Linseed Oil, and Twenty per cent, more than
the Av-ri 11 Chemical Paint, an'l that it will last
twice as loui; as either, when properly applied,
without
Painting, Knlsotuining lixiti Pa'jier
llanging done on notice.
S»»Mle. Jnli J*.
PU6ET SOUND A6ENCY
OF THE
! Celebrated Sioser Sevine Maciiiee
L. S. LOVELL, Agent.
Office and D»'|x»t at J. L. Jamie*onV
Stationery Store, Mill Street.
•/■MirlntiiH Sold on Moothl> Installment*
Note or l.iberal Liiarouut for Cuh.
Alto S«ilf> Proprietor for Western Vfa*>liineton 1
of the Celebrated CtiluMned
Plaiting and Plating Machine,
One of the j;r< *t«nt inventions of the day. "Every
family must have one."
For parti.ularm «ddre««
L 8. Lovell,
oTttt Seattle, W. T. \
It. ('. (iRAVKS.
IMPORTER \N"l> DEALER IN
FUtniTURE
I
Juct i % Ant taoortmeiitof
Bed-room Sets,
Extension Tables,
" Jlfcr'
CHkIRS. WINDOW SHADES
\l- a fine «♦' i ot
Picture.-, Picture Frames.
Moulding*. Ac.
(iivf r:;. * all >fil <^tiufy :rw»iw-» »•
vn««a.
, KONT STKKKT, - SattFh-. W.T
DEXTER NORTON 4 CO.
BANKERS
SI.VITUS. W.T.
DEPOSITS RECEIVED AND AC
kept » -bject U> C!»#•''h or [traft
itteie*t » i*?ij citt tiro* deiKwits fr>m date
, of dejioait.
>i*M El ri»nge oa Pi itUnd. Aaa Frmn<-»fc
sad New Y^rk.
V 't*y I.r«c*d o» apyroted •er;irity.
I iU.c<J«. >t—-k.» and ether »*lu»bie» re<r«i»ed on
dep-»it for kt±p as.
t oJtctMon maie ai»d ff weed* prxeptj
am»uec.
»Mtawau ia >U*. E«uu and other prop
'T'* m*n.V for i«n»<
MISCELLANEOUS
Crawford k Harrington
IMPORTERS AND JOHIIER.S
S JS A. T X JL, E, W. T_,
Have 011 hand a largo and well aborted stock of goods in
their line, consisting ot" Foreign and 1 tamest ic
Hardware and Cutlery
Iron and Steel, assorted.
Blacksmith and Carpenter Too In.
Agricultural and Mining Implement*.
Crockery and <«laK**vare. Paint* A Oil
Hemp and Manilla < ordage, (Jroeeriesaud Provisions. Wines,
Liquors. Ktc.
AOEXTS FOR THKJ
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF LONDON. &C.
OT TALBOT COAL. FOR CITY TRADE, FOR SALE'FROM WHARF
CRAWFORD & HARRIGTON.
SEATTLE, W. T., July Ist. 1875.
Seattle Brewery,
CORNER MILL & FOURTH STRKKTS, 3KATTLK
SLORAH & co.
Proprietors, and. Browors of y
SUPERIOR ALE, PORTEft
And the only
Genuine Beef
Made in Washington Territory.
Our Bottled Ale and Porter is equal, if not sunk
rior, to any foreign brand.
Wholesale and Retail Oniggisi
(OMIEIK IAI. STREET, SEATTLE, T.
Complete M«kK of \
Trusses, Supporters and Fancy Artiol^
Orders by Express or Mail promptly attended to.
HALL Sf Pil'MOld
M«niif»'-tHrrr« of mi'l 111
Our fa«*iiit ii-s arc such as to defy competition. *"*'* <*•*'
G/VK US .1 CM I. AM) BAT/SF}%YOL'HSK/.F ,1S TO VRWhM.
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M.YXI. MADDOOK*
WHOLESALE AND KETAIL DEALER INJ
IlrngH. J Patent MnlirineM. Clienti<*al».| Ki||
Preemptions ('arefully Compounded. Also Dealer in \Viu4||
Liquors. &c.
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GEO. MTBII
& Co.'S
BREWERY
BUTCHER SHOP
Murtiii*huru, Black Kiw*r.
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tit tc«-.«ntiU i«i» Urn* durlug thit rti-
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HALL * PULfcOX
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GEORGE H.WHITE,!
I'rarlical Book Kiad(9*
TUMWATER, W. T. 1
Law Books, Papers, Magazine*, lQj|
sic. By-Laws, Checks, Etc.,
I'"l M' '1 San KKAXIMO Phh^H
ti'Cw
EAST WICK. MORRIS f Cf
Civil and Muting
BN OIKII
fVv.rn So 6, Burtirtt * B jM!
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t'jhl runiluil. tnd r»f» rtati nj»>b ftotffl
rotiuttrt fo: UiltiUig
Hp<>ritl ttwotk ti itiTtta tc ttii i turvtjrt. ud tofl
of city Icti tiul block*. Mtlt ti4 dtH
In** oviltM Jot rt iH
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