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THE DAILY INTELLIGENCER.
VOL. 11.
PROFE >S IO NA L CA K DS.
Jo** J it nILIXA. Er ««
MrMLYRt &KIRkK
ATTORN KVSAT-I.A W",
SEATTLE, W T.,
Vj \u ail part* of th# T*r
riv,ry.
C M. BRADSHAW,
•f ft or ney-at-La tr,
I'OKT TOWX .H K X I), W T
C*»« H l» ic M Haix
li»rrulH'<' A Hall.
CiSniATTiIEYHT-MW
SKATTLK, W. T.
H E. HATHAWAY,
AT VOK \ K V-AT- LAW
Wlii ftttfid to humii'-iw in »ii «.f ii„- [Vr
rltory ul»r attoittiou k 'lvr> t., I'r
■»tUr«,Collection of Drbtatu ] Pajrtueatof
SKATILK, W. T.
<•-»«« W< J'ihh IJAIIT
McNAUGIIT & LEAHY,
- LA S'tfJCf
ran* is 17/.1 Ye/en y, ,t I'ltoc-
Tuns IS ADMIhAI.TY.
Will lr»],lh<* l»t"tnct M><l ftapreiu*
lourt*.
Mr is-mry will t{lv<- attention to Col-
Im-Uoiu, i( *;*. t.» tho ;>urt liaw
•nl «»!•• of It*-*I h»tat>
Juiy lltb. I*7 J. jy 15
W II Wiirt. L U »*«■.
WHITE NASH.
% MM' V K UW,
Seattle, Washington Terr'y.
OFFICE.—DISPATCH ML I.DINO.
• R DMIWIII. H. L. BLAWHAIIP.
DENNIBON & BLANCHARD,
ATTORNEY S-AT-L.AW AND
Proctors in Ariiiiinilt.v.
»/-|>ra< * at Port Ti>wii»«n4 Ww.)lnt;|iiu - '» rri.
or v li 14
D P. JENKINS,
SEATTLE, W. T.,
A YTOUSKY-A T-t.A SOLHITOH
IS CJIA SCh'li A Sit I'liOCTOll
IS A frv/n i r.rv. —1"»*
ORS. A. & H. B. BAGLEY.
Homo o§mtli j ###,
KKATTLK, W. T.
• vlt It II lUiit KV. I,\TK riI«>FEHSi)R OF
11 priaetolM ud i r*. ti. • ..f Hargwi tn tb*
Mil l>ti!>R «Vii«r*l M.ll. •) Coll'ip, will
Oj*>ratlTi> Stir* rv »n I »l
ly. Mil *lli »U«>iii! t" mil* iu »uv i>*rt •«? «li«
HouuU. "'l 4 '
;DR. G. A. WEED,
M IUiKON AN!> PHYSICIAN,
SKATTLK. W. T.
DR JOHN BAKER,
nnm'M.f Sf st KG
urrH'E«>liMi> J»rHicrT. urro.iTt uir Oc
. ISPMT4L lIPTII..
IHt.G.I'.MLIfOONv
Seattle, w . T.
Sii I. IMsj al- h Hulldilig, i | »ilf (V«'l
dental llotrl.
Dr. J. S. Houghton.
Ofli. «■ mit J.xt !• Dr. Ulim f'* ;
I'irtiiiilir atUuli ■» mvfii t«i
insK.ifiKs or rut: 1 :YK.
DENTISTRY.
j •• <;k\ssk, urxTisr. or
• LI M :i.' v. W'innHt » N• * HuiM
r.,„ \'lwr»
gu*r*uti~«il.
OA J. S. M AGGS,
Dentist,
OFFICK, MILL STKEKT.
H dvUli l m l lliriK w *l. it, VAST OK Oi'-
cidkntal hotel n<
ISAAC A. PALM Kit,
.1 rt*lt i t€ k t*l,
sKArrLi:, \\. r.
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i'*riO>< ( r MII4UNO in *1 It» l-ran. »>•«. «n I
•tt|*[SUtMi<l lb>ir tion. *f»t \»
A. MACKINTOSH.
Notary Public am! Cotivpyancrr,
Iteal F.state and Ta\ A sent.
|{» * « '.rt» VN»tr».t f Ttti* «• »■'. I *
I. Km: tYiai.ty Hut »!lrj It. Iti- ;-m !.»*<• **■!
►«!« I wl»»w i-n hitsri s nr.J *>;
a t. I'r*»»!>r of »sJ
P*jrw<-nt fun l'»tr :.*»*• *■ »li«ki..l
f» ti.'ti tfUfcTmntorv!
o®«-» on Miil ttrwt nearly "Oc.
Uet«i "*
EASTWICK. MORRIS & CO
*iul Mil nng
EN" OI N I 1 ETIS.
Kvtt) MO, (, Ihiriirlt I Cuildiu.
« or « otMiMvrclMl .V W *>hlH«tn«i »«I««H
MtVrrSt-ry.
» s »:.4 u,:l r»! »i ?• J tv : * »'.r
irvitl, n*tuiu<sl. *i;4 r«p* r*M ■„ vo I
f. - luitnu* nut-r> < i Rit'i-u (arr.*l»»vl
f"l*« tai attention (fiirw*. !ar 1 »-±R* #*» *J..I I- tfc«
f clty i. U n.J t Uvk* Mtj< wJ iit««
t»i£» IMNIf'l N * t« l*" s
A Turkish Romanco
♦ >*»•■ * s «i*i punt the munr r< «.!
CoMteotiaople A m h>-
With ma' '■ it" -As - i "c-r -tic o!
& OOU htioi. vf - . .. ;i f .r«- :^r
ba» t£i' trur.t -;•« iittr.ti y true
'i Oil *A h • . Vth'mo i< T!: J tWititi
a*' r v t » i'i r v - • ■-• t- .i
- . ' """"I™"
tfic . . ~11 •». - i-. n»[ l
van • v if :■</' i.. i. r mce. * ju • <.{
Tbwdofi tod AtWutii. K<r • brioti
re*%>ns I* • iiiei.tiuu i... i tine.
There now tin « ou the btakft of the
fi <ru- .tii J.:.;' t-h j tiy>i<v>a, whu,
it th'* entr* .ity 5 I- Hyron, ueat t
Ur.M in 1 >»•_ > a « r ?Tge<«®
in t: w.ir i : ij«u j. i»ce. lit.- »t
rne-J ooljr in tune to see the poet ex
pir. w Mi* . -:. i In th. c of
the war b' wn t t k i. pn*ji:*-r by the
hgyptx*" ti xj> w \.' in their ,r re it
M«d of *U!•','« . V k"j.t „ !I V rU I'Rl'
ployed it. tin j.r .fe-.«j :i. Idid ! t
regain l.i-> fr >■ 1 ;n ,'itii *t:. ; tti«- wur.
and tlifti '.lily 1 i ,1, i;ti .:i thit lie
-!l i lid r- -I'lf < o:i r »;.ti ; it , one
"f til. |.by-i« 11 ■ : th- - r.:m, Mo
hammed 11.
V finny v..pj "*f tl.it 4> i i, •j' |if t »
vv.it I t <>iij i-.i•. t, i. : position
>i ksoine to tlllll. f' ' i; '' v . | j, {,ii vieei
ed to the temptatkm« of the capital w
to fall i:t i ><fii with * v ty j>rlfy f»ee
which in >a* daily ;it v i>-t\ .vindow ut
the M re-t be tr.i\ un'-i <•:. th" wty to
to the -teragli.> Amj ! ; lihttiiee-i, whieb
»oin< times pri-n-des iove, in thi» <a-e
followed it. tlui d « tor declared his pas
hiotl and wit* a cepted l,\ the willing
iu*i i- 15ut mi Oriental ua\ window is
the opportunity ot the world, and the
ioctor, doming i nviiiccd that his
♦ tlianced was :i desp>rt»t'* Hirt, nn 1
yielding t > the e!itrettit s nt ins friend-,
broke oil' it;
trw. in !»♦ r (Jfrit, to CDDtHwc her oS-
M'rv.iti >ns upon in tiikinl This, h<»w-
L-vor, did not -nit the plm.s of the love
ly u!id lick!" girl One tu irniug, short
ly »t't r, b WHSsiimuioik'd to h.two
1 urki<b !.i lies who :iw*it«'d hiia in bis
•thee Whi-n be i»j pe:ired the ««rerk
iirl tor it wt- she ;»r ; i b r mother
•brew aside their di.«j»ui «.*, tnd declnred
bey would not leave the house until
lie I >tn tor married th daughter, for
he i upt lire I.f til -Jig Igemeut bad
n » le i! i:iipo--iilii< to procure any oth
•i bu«li»iid Wbt tin-i he- owu l>-ntty
r the t rribb i-pe t . t tli • mother pre
vailed, I do hot kn-.w. but the Kn-
ill ipbtill W it* m lit ft | . be I'eftHed
' o purfot in tin o» reuiony, and a (ireek
prie-t \\ i, t. iui ! win u ried tbeiu
I'hi.i marriage, whieh took the iip
|.»*ttr tin eof dur« », might have been
ii ippy if the < uipelliug party to it had
>»»• k..« f I- -»• ...Im.mll.>> f- .
defies at the vending tnrcshold; but
a r loiistaney was only assumed, like
die Turkish veil. t'«»r an oceision; lovers
.VITO not wanting. ami ;ttti*r tin; birth ot
ihrte ehildreii, two sons ».d a daugh
xr. she des-ite 1 h< t hu-haml ami went
:•? live with a young lurk, who bus
-inee held high < tliee in tlio tioveni
uient of the Sultan. It wit> MI in r
haracti i ot Mni! - M' ii iu.-t Fash t tliat
die wrote* '>r one of her si.n- wrote tor
her? a hook ss. il known in the West,
wUtlwl Thirty Year* in .» Harem Hut
Iter intriguing -pint was not extinet
rven in a Turkisn harem; -he attempt
i'-l to palm "tf ■':> the paste*, ie»
her child, ' a child that »l»»*
lot 1 bought. her device was detected
I ► y one ot the pal tee t utnu hs, and itt
the *auii> time her amour with a Uretk
of the t itv came to The eunut h
incurred hei displeasure 1 1 hi- <>fti
cioinness, and shu had him -tranglod
and tlirowu into tin llosphorus. Soiuo
say that the resolute woman even as
si-ttd with her own hunds. For these
1-reat lies oi dee rum, h -wever, she pai d
dear The pasha banished hei to Kuta
yah. with outers t » the guard who at
tended her to pa- 11 hr on her way,
but she so w» :i upon the affection.* of
the officer thtt he 1< t her escape a?
llroussa Th re h> r1 1 auty, if not h. r
pi.tv. 1 • eomni'nde-1 h.r to nu Imam ot
one of the m >s.pn an l *he tuirii.d
him. and sceui* toi a time t<- have b 1 a
ipliet life ;;t aUV la!' n.-tiiing tlifth* r
was h< anl of her until ju-t belore the
fatuor.s cholera season, when n< ws caui.i
•f the death <<f In ! husoand, tie- Mos
lem priest, and thvt *h< w >- h\:ng in
extreme pos. rtv, all her Ixautv gone
for. \.-r, and <oiiseapiently her ability to
prot tut* another huso » . I
file )'asi.t, MehelUet, lived 111 lis HI
ut'ul p.ki'iee n the eastern shore of the
It.xpboto- » K »!: 111 « During the
great ch-leia epidemic of 1 **«»"•. the Fa
sha was taken ;U Om d*v there itp
p» ir.sl it the iiat> 01 unknown woman,
who said sh< had <*ouie to cure the l'a
-ha N > one ksw-w her, b.? sh< si* ke
wjh authority, and w»« it4tuilt.«i It
w &■* our adventures. >!ie nursed the
I'a-I.a with the m tt t.d' r •
wat.htui «k . -* that in* it. aiid
in gratitude !•. r the pr• «.t v 1 . ; oi hi*
lilt .h ' pcrnuft- 1 h-'r at;J It. r d .tighter
t.» it main in Site palace. For some
time tie \ w. r 1 < ntei.t.d with the lu\
»u \of -uvii a h-nc , bu* >'..e day ;t
w i> ti.' evet t;*sr ot Wed.ie* lay, :.either
moihet nor was to be found;
a: lup u 1 * inunat: > . i wt- di». «>v
ere ! that a large 0 lle.'t u .1" previous
teoties and - un»- r«;. !y n; my had ds
appeared with thi 111 I h«v had .h*
parted on the French sVauteV. in orJer
t t msfrr their talent* to the field* of
Kurope Ihe fate .! th laughter Ido
not kn >w . F r so:si-. t;ine *hi an.; her
uiother wrr. . t -picm 1- ui the d:-»ip.»-
tiesi ol l'a .s it.- > AjQHitlj the
IU 'tli.-r ia. ; w .:h a *• . ia L»>r.do»,
and. 1I • ard h> : -tory u « -ta' -
nnople. *he di< I ;n mmrj and,
Th. furtL«« hiuorj ot thedoct « mm!
i. < fi«»!y »»i .v d< 'a;.; ear .art s.tv : r
a m m : WIM a his wif Uft htm f r
«■ n. .eb dtfti i'vl"l fi ;u any m
.:r» n that he drtrrnumd t mm I them
e \ ;; t. : t t'-rp t .a tri.ll I,
who v.ls rt- re t hvg'.and I hoy
went hi 1 n<* way ct ltoitt< It hai»-
i« ;; d : :.*t the i. th r aa i r • f th.e
d v tor had mc 1 Han that
SEATTLE, WASHINGTON TERRITORY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 3
to iloose tor the »ako of health, au-i La
there warmly einbrictrd the Kotos
i Catholic Church. Of course the tlir*
e chii ;r> ii were take:; to tee thfcir gratii
mother arvl auct, the litter (ajc
f) rtficJ f r their t-ter:.ai welfare, lifer!
i 4 ♦' i tht iu from their journey, and im
mur' 1 the in a tnooaatary and th
c *?irl in fh.» fkthfr whou !
beard of t:j|# abductum, <xpre<sed il
lt_'nation 'nit having at th:tt time onl;
i i religi i*t faith u may be
th-r Onet.tul air ai. 1 coaimuntu all
ii » v. porous tIT -rt to reoove
!ii« chil-lreo. indoad he hiai
4clf, in the >n of the oount r v, b 1
niariy tug a_,'mn; this tiuie ;t Ory«lt bdi
*ho died leaving biti> two bov<* Th«
, *«AjcUJT w.ts ui Lraetojaoruu.
th o*f»|>rlr g« <>f"*be aeeona
:o .Scotland, win-re they were odu.ated
f in 1 they returned to Jo him huaor—cnt
, "f them ;i- the »l«xjuc*u? »ikl devotee
» pa«t.ir of a Frote»tant church in iVr.i
tnd the oth' r a- :i ph\«ician in the em
, ploym.-nt .»}' the government.
Alt'r the death «»t liis second wilt
. th*- doctor—l can but tell the story uo
I in »: 1 it—became a changed m;in and
married again; this time a Swiss
ii ty of lovely Christian character. In
his chaiigt 'i condition he l>egau to feel
in\;oa- to recover his chiluren from
thegr»-j» of Itomc. He wrote for in
; lor:ii;itioi;. but his sister rtrt'ised to tell
when- they were, and his search could
'lisCovi rno trace of them. At length
the fuller obtained % leave of absence
from the >erau;lio, and :irme-i with an
atiftjgraph letter from Abdul Aziz to
l'uis IX., he went to Koine. The Pope
gave him »n order for the restoration
of his children, lie drove first to the
convent to see his daughter. In place
of th. little girl whom he bad years
ago parted with, he found a young
lady of ( xtraordinary beauty, a de
v ited Uoiuanist. At first she r».fus< d
to g:» with him. und it was only ii|>on
hi* pr..itw to all«>w her perfect lib
erty ot conscience, and never to inter
fere with any of the obserrances of h< r
church, that she consented. Not during
to lose fright of her, he waited for her
to pack her trunk, and then putting
her into a carriage, drove to the mon
astery, where he heard, after uianv in
quiries, that his boys were confined.
The monk who admitted them denied
that they were there, and endeavored
to lock him into the waiting room,
while he went t<> call the superior.
Ilut the doctor anticipated his tuovo
ment>, and a-> ikx>ii as tb>' monk was
out of sight started to explore the
house, liy good luck the first door
he opened led into a chamber where a
m< k boy was lyin<j on a l»ed. The
doctor fx-heved that he recognized one
ot' his sons; a few <juestioud satisfied
right. "I ainvour
"lCiin quickly and call your brother,
and come with me." Monastio disci
pline had not so many attractions for
the boys as convent life for the girl,
and the child ran with alacrity and :
brought his brother, just as the abbot
and a score of monks appeared upon the ,
scene. As the celerity of the doctor
had given no opportunity to conceal
the b"j s, opposition to the order of the
I'ope was useless, and the father hast
ei.ed to the gate where he had left
the carriage. Meantime the auut had
heard of the rescue, and followed the
<jiri from the convent ; she implored
hr t»y tears and prayers to reverse her
decision. The doctor cut short the
Scene by shoving his sons into the
carriage an 1 rapidly drove u*r»y.
Nor did he trust them very long in
Kome.
The subsequent career of the boys
H not div< It on with pleasure. One
of theiu enlisted in the Turkish army,
married a Turkish wife, and, after
some yean, deserted her, and ran away
to Kngla'id. His wife was taken into
a pasha's family, who offered to adopt
her only child, a boy of four years, but
tlie mother preferred to bring hint to
las grandfather. None of the family
hid -een her, but she established her
» lentity. and begg»*d that her child
might l»e adoptt d by a good man. whn h
-he km w his grandfather to In*, and re
ceive a Christian training. The doctor,
therefore adopted the grandchild,
whit h had c >me to him in such a strange
way, and the mother shortly after
lied
The daughter, whose acquired ac
. >mpli«hm<Mits matched her inherited
!>eauty. married, in time, a Venetian
mint of wealth . and the idler in Ven
ice may -•*« on th-- Grand Canal, among
th.^s.-moldy that could reveal
»o many romances, their sumptuous
pal »i • . and learn, if he t are- to barn,
that it is a home of a family happy in
the enjoyment of most felicitous for
tune lu the gos»ip with which the
I•• st Italian «us'i*ty sometimes nmus'j
its.it", he might heir that the oouptts*
wa-a daughter «f a slave of the Sul
t m's harem 1 have given, however,
ihe true version of the roui intic story,
but I am ignorant of the- sial <vmdi
tion of the rice of th • mother of the
he?, in.- of *.«» u.ai.y advei.tutes. >he
mav hue !•<•« n t">ni in the Caucasus.
Ml.«t'Kl.l<ASKOr&
SEATTLE mm FACTORY.
Mr. August Harms,
*a < ifwrifiu ed *c>l first vl»*» »c l C»r.
ru,*■ iu»kw. r*» Ir- iu WW.'.-cala. having
; » « »r-: «•• Uuuftrk'rv Uid Itrpair Stv p
sr.. . uii*cti.'c »itfa Br»iiEi*K"» »k- p o
*1 STREET BFTWTJRN VIM. * WASHINGTON
\Vi«k«* t mxsnoftnv* lit* J üblK tl.»t be i» pi*-
, ; *rvd t- li.kke all kit. t
Carriages to Order, am! Repair
llarks Buciries A. Wafiron*.
OAKI;I\AR TKIVVIN.. AND PAINTINO DUNE
ti- r ca*n.st«^v!.
FOR SAIII OR ROT.
\ C- tUtf* HOUM h»r\i %sut«>S *£>J | ilMMCtlj
lvv-»u«i uc * nth *t4 nrt«rt» |Vr
f irifcn ui«r» »pf-Jy U) Cr»w{ -r\i k Harrxg
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in
i CRAIG & HASTINGS
U*
ie
L . Stono A. Unmet! Wharf,
iy
* NKATTIyE. W. T..
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y
16 4
Je' Grain, fljy & Fari-fti(h»,
e
t Goods received 011 storage
i- in \\ hurt urehouso ;it rea
sonable rates.
C
J Forwarding and C'oiinnis
s siun business jimniptlv at
,l tended to.
* < roodsdelivered and freights
i collected.
i
1 All business entrusted to
j j our care will receive prompt
) and careful attention.
i j
; E. B. MOORE,
dealer in
Frenli and Salted
MEATS
and a general assortment of
€il ■* ■
Also, the It-sf brands of
CIGARS AND TOBACCOS.
Corner of Third & Uniou Streets, Seattle.
f
PIONEER WAGON SHOP
! Blacksmith 'ail lap Skip.
| Serond Street, Wtween Washington
and Main,

W««.>nt. »ii«l Carriat'. * built to onlcr, an.l the
I »f EftKtorn IhjuSmt us<-.l iu manufacturing.
i
All Kinds of Repairing
|
Inuip »t abort notice.
hoiisi>si[()i:i\g
:By an w<<rkiuali. I.'KKintf innji
■ wt>rk <ion«. All w..rk KiiaranUf'l to give ntu*
faction Orders solicited.
J W. HUNT,
dl'.tf I*. O. Box No. il2, Seattle, W. T.
. R. L. Thkuni:, j. M. Ssitw,
City Surveyor V,'. S. Deputy Surveyor
TIIORM & sm\.
; CIVIL EK&1IBEBS AID SUBVEYOBS
Seattle. W. T.
i-ri r tic hi Si Eilr<i' »<•<• "< MVI
Strut.
Particular attention given
jto the Survey of Lands in %
j King. Snohomish and What
! com Counties, and the loca
tion of the Corners of Lots
| and Blocks in this city.
i :
\ j
1 Pnpt Soanfl Soap Factory.
f. !llTltin\ i 111.
I
1 Proprietors.
Corner Mam and Second Streets.
Th* *»ry W%t quality »f family >».*!' m»DB.
f*rturr»l a;. I t< T *»"' at sai. I rax.-. i». - itt f.-ry
j.ri •* H. ap i f til k;u > ia*J* t«>urj. r
} Sl'E' I.\L.
Hi ill n**a th*« Mr* t
, iHiiiie out New ski I tt-u; oil
* waJ Tan«. L r t>nU C*r»t» i (iill-ji.
" *: i iiie-rrt»Bt» tuA it lo their
| 1- i rail- tcpitf
P J
Clark & Eustis.
(O\TR MTOIIS k BULDEBS.
.)
i -ii AhAXTEE FIRSI i LA -> H t,UK
AT THE LOWEST JiAIES.
j
Har> % -« titftt ?<-T rait'-SC an 1 a.^ring
buiidinc* n l w. i ati»ti I to ti <x\\tr* w.tL
y l>r»v.;>tae»» a-1 Usjat. a.
' Fr>>n ? Stre»t. oj>pc«t« the I\*iiion.
MISCELL NEGUS.
-R. fiRAVES,
lIfiPORTEB ASD I>£VLKK IN
FURNITURE
Jufct r«vei\rj % fl«f «Mfrt!ueul I'f
fj i Bod-l UUiU Oclo,
Extension Tables,
. BE
CHAIRS. WINDOW SHADES
I Als.i a f:ur sl.k k of
Pictures, Picture Frames,
Mouldings, iVc.
Oive Uif k ctll sd.l sivtlsi'y vonrwlvts m*
pfiCM.
» FRONT STREET, - Seattle, \V.
TO LET !
I
HEVEKAL
Fl RMSBED ROOMS
' In Hotw • formerly known at. th. Tremout llvujm>.
('OMMERCIAI. S TIiFET.
Sf jttle, November jsth, IsTt".
SAMUEL KENNEY,
Herelia|iit Tjailjor i
Just r»\«iv«>.l a n«w »u,l choice
| STOCK OF GOODS
For Spring tad Baauutr wear.
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Made to order.
Com inert Ihl Ktreet. Reattle, W. T.
Notice*
Now is the time to buy your
Sidewalk. Street, and Wharf
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W'willilfiivtr the aVhjvf luntber in <{uuititieß
to Hint in Seattle fur
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Apply to W A JENNINGS, Seattle.or
E. 1.. MAU.SUALL k CO . Frre]Kirt. .1in.,1 tf
H. M. SAUNDERS
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!!»vhi>* n Kirst-i i*w< (irnnil
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AND
JOB PRINTING OFFICE
11; i» prej>*r»-il to do all leant* of printing 1
Neatly and Promptly ait Reason
able Hates.
Washington Street, Near Commercial '
, Tribune.] Ml-lm
For Sale*
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Two HanM-onir Two-*t.»rjr '
Dwelling Houses
Arxl !.<•?«. all !nr«l tim-h. fmilt l>y tbe
diy, at the t « rn> r «•( 'I l»»r«l ainl Pike
stivrts. AKo Fourt<«it Lot 1 * it» Law*
A<l<iitian. au«i 1 hr<v I-«»t- in Mow
\pplv to
Til' »S. J. -lACKSON
B. A. HILL & CO
M Mi iifv t iirrrs of {
C. V. B. RKKDER'S
■ Wiiv-Su*peiision.
Vibrating-SjHing
BED BOTTOM
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Dtp It rua at tti* Joa» lain Cc/unty Fmir. le.j.
i C -tity Kigtui ft *ai*\ t: r*-a» :«abi- tgz:**.
orirt* by uaII promptly atwuifl to.
PMUScf Bom, S«< 44
SomUr 13.11?$.
MISCELLAN rors
Crawforf LHarrington
IMIOKIKUS VN'D Jor.UKKS
S -E .A. X T E, "W. 'p ,
Have on lrni.,l a la I¥ ,. an.l well a»„r U ,l stock of S o„,i S in
their line, consisting of Foreign and Domestic
Hardware and Cutlery
Iron an<l Steel, assorted.
Blacksmith and Carpenter Tools.
A^rinilt and Alining Iniplciiicnls.
Cftwkcrv and <*las»%vare. Paints AOil
IK'inp and Mauilia t orda^e,' irt»ceriesaml Pr«>visit>ns. Wines,
Liquors. Ktc.
AOENTS FOR TIIEj
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF LONDON, &C.
It** IWM'.O r COAI., FOR CITY TIIAPK, FOR WHARF
CRAWFORD \ IIARRIGTON.
SKATTLK, W. T., July Ist, ls7».
Cllilbci's Brothers,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
I>EALKIIS IS
Clioiee Groceries
OHEGOS CITY FLOUR Oil MEAL. RYE MEAL BDCKfifIEAT FWill|
Rice Flour, and Feed. |
Crockery, Glassware, & Table Cutleryi
Wliloh tht j i.r«>j>.>s.> to k> r!u aj>rr tlmn riij other hoiiiie In S.>attlc
FRONT sriiKKT,
D R IF STORE]
ML- i XX. MADDOOK«
W HOLES AI. K AND RE PAIL DEALER IN}
l>rng;«. 'Patent lledicincM. Cliemicalxj Ktcj
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded. Also Dealer in \Vine«
Liquors, t^c.
OllhKllSl FLU M.l HUdA /» SOLICITKI}.
» MATDOCM I
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Seattle |
COKXER MILL \ KOCKTII 1
BLORAH & (JOi
Proprietors, and Browors of 9
SUPERIOR ALE, PORTEftj
'And th ct> Illy :
Ciieiiiiine Been
Mudc in \\ asliinj;|..i! Torrilory.
nr Rottled Ale and Porter is e<jiiul. if not supcj|
rior. t<> an}* foreign brand.
J. F. . Wow/ft; I
Wblfsali' iiml lli'tail llriiggistJ
< OMMKitf IA I. STHKK l . SEATTLE, \\. T. |
Trusses, Supporters and Fancy Artielesf
()rd»*rs hv Kxpre>> or Mail promptlv attend«'d to.
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HALL Sf I'AI LSOX,
tnr«-rn •>! UiJ t'Hion 111 *
Our facilities are >u<:h a- to <U*fy competition.
GIVE US A CALL AM' SATfsFYgYOCIiSELF AS TO I'MCRn.
for n,> rr-Ui W T
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