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THE DAILY INTELLIGEACER.
VOL. 11.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
W. H Warn: I* B
WHITE Si NASH.
Ma m ww v »: Km 9
Hrattle, Washington Terry.
OFFICE.—DISPATCH WILDING.
C. H. LUII*U. I. M HALL. *. K. ASMUEW#.
LARRABEE.H ALL* ANDREWS
■nasi mnim win
SEATTLE, W. T.
a. ¥ . wur WW*. U L. kLIKKUD.
OENNIION A BLANCHARO,
ATTORNEY s-AT-LAW AND
Froftors in Ad mi ml ty.
ur». r.U
D P. JENKINS,
SEATTLE. W. T„
A ITOHSKY A T - 1. A SftJ.K y / »/;
LV CHASCMt V. ANb I'IWVTOII
IN ADMIRALTY. nihil
C M. BRADSHAW,
•tt i or ney•tt t ~ Ms a #r,
PORT TOWNSEND, W. T.
H. E. HATHAWAY,
AT I'ORNEV-AT- LAW
WILL ALT»IE! L<> BUMII'-WT IN ALL J.ART* ■■( THE T> R
•TLORJR. PARTICULAR ATTENTION KIVO-II PROBATA
MATTERS, OULLARTIOII UF DRBTAAUL PAYUIRUTOL TAXES.
Nft ATI IK, W. T.
Jiitu XI- N*R«»ar Jons LKAKT
MCNAUUIIT & LEARY,
A TTORNK Ys -AT- J. AW. SOL U /-
Tolls IN ('IIASt'KIIY. it I'IIOC
TO US IS ADMIRALTY.
WILL PRAITL'-E IN{|THR DISTRICT AI. L HUI>R«'IIIE
Heart*.
MR. I><ARY WILL kivb «UE-I*l SUEUIE N t" COL
LECTION*. CONMANRINT. kc ; ALSO TO TIE* I>T:R< HA*'-
INL AALR OF KRAT
JIUJR NTH, I*7l. JYTS
DR. J. LKARV.
{FORMER!* PUPLT OF KIR W# AND *ir II F
THONIAOII, CONRT PBYAIFLAII AMI XURIFE" TI. TENDON '
OITM I' PraiiMiUtal IJull.tius. E< r f CJM
tnrrrlal Mtr*#t
BTMIOICMCK- OCCIDENTAL HOTEL T»-LM
ORS. A. & H. B. BAGLEY.
HomwopathiMiM,*
BEATTLE, W. T.
I \L( 11. II BAG LEV. LATK PROFESSOR T)T
1/ Priuol|>l''S auil Praetlee of KUR»I»ry IN Hit-
Mlrblitan «>iitral M>sll< al IV>llprf<>. WILL makf
Operative auJ l»liwa»-fk aa|>eela!-
Iy, an. l WILL atirud to csllx IN any j>srt of LLIF
HouuU. 'lt*
DR. G. A. WEED,
81'KUKON AND PHVKICIAN,
BBATTLK, W. T.
N.6.V.CiLHOVN.
Soattlo, W. T.
OFLW*« SO. T, L>IS|>AT. LI BIILLIUUI;. W>< OI« I
DENIAL H'-TRL.
Dr. J. S. Houghton.
0(B- « wil d.sir to l)r iir»s*r « drnlal r>" in»
Particular »it<-ntl u t •
insKAth's oy nn: kyh.
DENTISTRY.
J. O OK\SSK. I'KM'IsT t'K
FL. SI. \ BUNN-TT'S NF» LLIUL.L
*"||nr iu» oti I*' strrrt AU wi>rk
(LARSUTMT.
a J.S. MAGGS,
Dentist,
OFFICE, MIL I. NTHKKT,
♦»« C H* Itll* M»«t Htrnna K.AST OF Oi'-
CIDEWTat. HOT*!- ris
ISAAC A. PALM Kit,
Arcb I
SEATTI.K. W. T.
1* Brvuarvst ♦»> fiim.sh M.VNS ».. l S! | It t
CATtUaN f »t"It.l'IXll in ail ;«• tf» sn.l
HlMUiirnJ ihr.r .Mu»lruoli«>ii. »istfd w
A. MACKINTOSH.
NoUry Pnbllr and t'oiffjanrfr.
Krai Estate and Tux Acent.
It** > <WupW U r Tltte I.' »: Lsii.U'
tx (IU \VHiuty W .1 »il*t..t 5 It* jr. • * s
wit Ins - 1 ® r.i k srts-u t
•Krct. -e ] »i.t Tr»a»frr t a; !
flimnrl -r T»i<* t,*»* »o;K-ll<sJ »»i-»
ffetuut |{M*r*ii««st.
v»®.* v'U Mill »rrort. sw'.y cj jx*.ll!> tJ.# eK
C -rata'. Hdtr! **
EkSTWICK. MORRIS CO
Civil and Mining
TTITSX o-x Nil ERS.
r,v® s». B itvtt • P.. -
C*r.V*Mwtrtl>l 4k U *«•'««•
SMttle, « tVrrttarr.
Cat ttJ Kll>«rtl »•-<* " »•..:■-
»vaa.i:!«st. auJ rrj- rt*v! affl !'.»::»• »c_-
«uautM t.-t ui'.cia«: impf iur%»lM
iais 1 wir*#*» m' « th *
loeatio* at oltj i.-U %*>l Mixt*. Mai* ai'i iir«»
ta* ewftwetoeUt S- * 1?. !>"»
From Ea»* the Mountains
PI.K \*\ XT <»BOVE P. O , KITTITAS
VM.I.KY. Y AFFIX % CorsTY, Decern
bt-r .T'ltii, I H T''.
CO, ISTULIOESCER : When I
glanei at the ■ tp • t Wasbiugtosi IYr
ritory 1 n.p.rail;. b;*»'. 1 dc>»irc to
l-»r> tlit luvb.-rn geographer
-tiii * t-L'i* iti.g -i. j•?»}•-!:-ti g.-ogra
piiy tit' I'tiritor l .. »nd to n.y utter
-urjin-' , 1 ver that u.y ideas
A'.'i {» .-s rial k i •*!' ige of the country
ea*t < f the Cu-al'"' are directly in
OOliflct witb that i* -tit-id in all of
><mr «« Itool s that >tate
tint the i-i-i rn 1 »• east of
the C»s< i ie-t 1- and destitute
of wood Tn.it the country L« dry; the
general n>rfu • of the oeiutry-tony,
and a 1 tpted to pa-!ur i#e o:;ly These
error- su >»:! i (.■ correct' d, and a
c >rrect description f r war led to the
AOJI 'i. »ii t, g: Aj'M. ii aiid statistical
S.< u;ty,' tint they may rectify the un
j :at and unmerited rej>ort a- published,
f-tuyLt and accepted as truths, to the
detriment of ohm of tLe I — t agricul
tural of toe Pa'iti Slope—the
country us a whole lymg east of the
Cascade mountain-, from the Northern
boundary t > the extreme Southern
limit ot our Territory, not only as a
stock raining but emphatically as an
agricultural country, is in every point,
either as to climate, soil, etc., superior
to tin whole array wf Nebraska, Kan
•a«, • e rado and Ari/.on*, t » >iy noth
ing of tlie State of Nevada or the
limited agricultural resources of I'tah.
As regards the scarcity of wood the
country i- in much better condition for
that iitces-ary article than any section
between the Bocky mountains and the
Missouri river, ami there arei>ut fowjlo-
alities this sul of tin' ( it- ,vies to the
('olum'iii rivertlnti- without sutlicient
timber for fm-l. 11> this comuiuuicatiou
it l- not tity intention t > give a graphic
ketch of <i ! / Kast< rn Washington Ter
ritorv, and if you but pnVilish the state
ment ot l iots eon, i ruing Kittitas, which
is but i iiiiiited part of our country, the
reader v. ill obt un ;i general outline of
the whole, ai.d 11-riu onic idea of the
advantages that our Territory possesses.
Kittitas Valley is situ at« din longitude
11 wt st iatitt 1 ttitud IT notth, lying east
ot the 1 tsei ie moil.itaius and is loS
miles settilh of i i«t ti >iu the city of .Seat
tle Th»' v ill, vli t-au average lenfitli
of thirty miles aad til'treu iu width On
the west and are tLc (\is<ade
uiouut:tins. with intervening foot hilis,
which are covered wi'h a v.ry heavy
growth of tir. ij ruce, pine and other
woods Oil the east arc terraced up
lands aud lulls. Ou the north aud south
segregated dome shaped hilis. Flow
ing through tl."\aii« y is the Yakima
river, with its i;uuicrous tributaries on
each side, extending t '.e length and
width of the valh-y--never tilling
supplied us they ate by springs and
lakes, which are fed I»y the eternal
snow-clad peak- and mountains of the
Cascade range. The and the
various tributatics ai" skutcd with a
luxuriant growth of eott >n WOIKI, clier
t v. balm an>l ald> r.
The lulls ami uplands, in fart tho en
tire valley and -urrouudiugs, are cov
« r< 1 with a thick growth of initiations
grasses.
rht soil ti' i l» it to be tackled, the
N<r«l scattered and the yield i.-> enor
mous—wheat | roducing -ixty and sev
i nty f»ve bushels p< r a< re, barley, rye,
potatoes and all cuiinary plntits pro
dueing iin it' nature ordained tin- l<>eal
ity as the h uu ■ of such growths and
productions
An yrt tho valley is spar-ely sitthd.
but the majority that have cotue and
.settled are* of the true material, and
|VMNt-sa the light tpialilns to build up
and develops the hildeu treasures and
unlimited I'o-kiUives ot this hx-a hty.
which may l>< truly named the "Nile
•■f the Oceideiit." Ih'* settlers are a
elass of people appnei it mg the bless
ings nt in >r iU, aid -.hi »l order, pat
ron* ed educational interests, e.pen to
enterprise, and aid \ r. ;;ro-sion.
lh valley issutlnnntiv l.«rgv t > -us
tainj a populati- n of t nity tli m-and
inhabitants. At the present we do not
tioN I v. r two hundred votes
Tliero are thou-aini- of acre- yet tJ
l«e had and taken under the pre-emp
tion and homestead i*vvs Abundance
> f room tor ai> :i w ; tli ml without tam
ilu s. sothiy have the requisite ipislr
tlcati >i - i.eee.-arv bra new country,
industry. energy and determination.
Thi» 1-h atity like all n. v e untried, It **
no us' t'.-r croakers, gruml.l. r- and up
-tart ari*tocra< y. \N e want men and
women not things, j-. .? absconders
fro.n u!vdieation, but tin s. that ire de
termined to buil I up tlie:r own fortunes
f*: 1 secure th« pha-nre and solid coin
fort that is attiti iin* upon a -ettled
and thrifty jK»pul»ti >n With such a
population to t i., con. <it w.th
th* U"-ahead and enterprising in; n of
Stattle the day w fid net Is far di»-
t.f..t when we *v I t hive * wagon road
if rot i ruSr t i t t hj_;'i th Smapul
lui j a«- Neatta- is » i.r n; irk t and
i>\ nature we are tribvtir] totbit port
We cannot 1»* kto any otner *-un« of
ivmuiere" and < nee w must j :t forth
our vm rgn -t > .-p n p th- :o*d, which
wid give \.i 11 » i a ! - cure to us
p pnia'i P- j . at. t <is wealth
an 1 to y it ■ i up v nr e.ty
•l a ciwdete il lattropoiii toilet the
jr.- t -y-t. id t» ' -• f travel, by
t -* k .. '.i -in t \\ »t a d
N'ort..* thi* j*rt of Washington
|*« Tit or y:* j .i' iit rath-r t !i-»«.l
--vantog- ;« po-i-i • P*?t. - «-tuing
f. in th. K.s* r i g .} por-.spd,
ar< nit t i-n iv y !.»I y tJ.e !4nd
«h.uk i i -it. it w ;k; ia efo
t'vtt wi'h t! i . -.i -- •. i ~* tie
:l II e ' Per' i S . it. - ! a;'. ;;S _
i; : IV. W 1 h . 111. Vl } I I!i I'TI
t - PortUn-' ,:v j ■ > immi-
to bvate . . - " * th> »r
i r s i i, o . . t . l •
t vv % . ' k ff'irl . I »Ve
* u-t to si i* e t f smu. _-r .tioti
if j* sstbl d tr >an Krancisro
S-afl-. i av. ; s-.;,».i ro» 1 to trarei
orer, and u»u !: .■ tsrmt: g element
i tarred in 'hi- «ay t u< Their s. eui fc r
SEATTLE. WASHINGTON TERRITORY. THURSDAY, JANUARY 11. 1577.
us, and *Hir thrift, with such inducements
a* are «.ff red by the settlers among us,
together with our splendid soil, unlimi
ted stock rang*, m%gnifi<*nt picturesque
scenery, will enchant the beholder
and %eek«?r of it fortune au i bvOic, that
hi# deaire to go furtber.will end, and bit
future will be east with us More ac m.
KITTITAS.
Purity for Purity.
Oirls: listen tn this, and with virtu
ous resolve demand as your right, a
pure love.
Young uuti of bad habits and fast
tendencies never like to marry a girl of'
their OTA u mrt, f>ut demand a wife
a!x>ve suspicion. 80 pure, sweet women, !
kept from the touch of evil through
girlbo<d, give themselves with all their
costly dower of womanhood into the
keeping of men who, in base asaocia-,
tiuns, have learned to undervalue all
that belongs to them, and th>jn find 110
repentance in the sad after years.
Tbere is but one way out of this, an J
that i* fur you to require in associations
and marriage, purity for purity, sobrie
ty for sobriety, bouor for honor.
Tbeie is uo reason why the young
men of this land should Dot be just a*
virtuous as its young women, and if the
loss of your society be the price they
are forced to pay for vice, they will not
pay it.
This is plain, sensible talk, und just
such us ought to be heeded by all our
boys and girls, till the much needed re
formation is fully established. Too,
much of the happinees or misery of oar ;
childreu depends on this for it to paM
without producing deep reflection and
action in the right direction.
-V tfl'lKir THAT FaILKD TO AITEAU '
—There was during Irving's life a
story afloat concerning bis intimacy
with a young Englishman, au invalid, \
who agreed to appear after death if be
should be invoked' The invalid re
ferred to was named Hull, and be aud
Irving wet in Spain, whither the
former bad gone for bis bealtb. Irv
ing gave the following account of the
affair: Oue day they were talking
■ilK)iit ghosts, and Hall suddenly asked
bis friend "if he should like to receive
a visit from him after death r" Irviug
replied that, ns they bad always
fnn-ii <>n good terms, he would not lie
afraid to receive such a visit if'
it were practicable. Hall then
said lie was serious in nis idea, and
added, "I wish you to s»ay you will con- j
seut." To this Irviug agreed, and Hall
smd: ' Irving it is a compact, and if I
cm solve the mystery for you I will do
it.'" Boou afterward tbe invalid aspired
aud Irving was tbe only real mourner
at tbe tuueral. He wrote to tbe dead
man's friends a full description of the
sad event, and, while oppressed with
tliM tender associations of such a mourn
ful scene, be wandered out to their for
uier haunts, and then recalled the com.
pact. Iu obedience to his promise he
whispered an invocation, hut no one ap
jieared; nor did Hall ever make hi itself
present to his last earthly friend. The 1
latter was wont to say that "the ghosts
w« re not kind to him." Troy )'.)
7 Ullt M.
ESTIMATES. —Tbe heads of Depart-j
ments at Washington do not intend that
any waut of money the Government
may experience shall he clurgablc to >
their parsimony iu making estimates.
<»n the contrary, estimates seem to be
made out on tbe principle some shop
keepers observe when a customer en
ters their store; they ask enough and
take what they can get. The estimates
for the next year, from January .'JO,
IS7T. to June 30, 1878, are $299,611,671.
The net expenditure tor the year end
ing June 30, IS?R, were $-58,459,797, >
%nd the estimated expenditures
for the present year, which are based
upon the expenditure of the first ijuar
ter will be The Depart
int nt estimates for the coming year are
therefore $11,000,000 in excess of the
actual expenditures for the year end
ing June 30, IS?<>, and 63,000,000 in
ex< e«s of the probable expenditure of
tbe current year. Some of the Depart
ment estimates will be ruthlessly cut
it to—for instance, the secretary of
war's demand for #32,21 i.'iOo, for mill
tary establishment, and the secretary,
of the navy's demand for $19,150,012,
f>r naval establishment's.
How TO MAKS THR TEA UO FI K- J
rHEK. — A method has been discovered
lor making more than the usual quan
tity of tea from any given quantity of
the leat The whole secrot consists in
steaming the leaf before steeping Bv !
this process, it is said, fourteen pints of
good <pi»lity may Se brewed fron one
ounce of tea.
"Dili's gwioa t> be wah. sbuah " re
marked a col >red citi/'n. "an'all ye
t.iggahs tnought jes' as well git ready
f >r active business " "Which sjde shall
we take asked one of bis hearers.
Y < i nivalis can t*k« jes' w*t side yer
pit**s< ! n" gniue to take de Canada
side. *
A Scotchman lx in j aske i by his
minister "What kind of a man was
A Ism r" replied. 'Oh just like itber
tVik " The minister instiled on having
* more sj«e. .a! description "Wwl nae •
Kvh got aiivtbing fcy hits, and many
I *♦""
MISCELLAXEOI s.
SAMUEL KIiNNFA.
\Orill\T TVII.IIR
H»* ju*t rr*l • a««
STOCK UK GOODS
For !•; tad >a*iß.«r wt%r
FASHIONABLE SUITS
Hk!« k order.
I'MiMfTlal Mm 4, IkaNU, W, T.
MISCELLANEOUS
s _
STAR JILLS,
(V«i(t of
FRONT ATT) SEITECA STREETS
SEATTLE, W. T.
I. W. Bl /itV. Prp>.
Xtauf* turrr 14
j EXTRA FAMILY
FLOUR
Always on hand.
GRAHAM, r
CRACKED WHEAT,
and CORN' MEAL,
GROUND FEED,
BRAN.
SHORTS,
MIDDLINGS,
and CHICKEN FEED.
B. L. THO&MB, J. M. H.VIW,
City Surveyor. r. 9. Deputy Surveyor
TMIM * SMW.
mil imus in siiwiis
Seattle. W. T.
Oftiff «rer Qem S >il>xju, Knt retire Mill
Street.
Particular attention given
to the Survey of Lands in
King. Snohomish and What
com Counties, and the loca
tion of the Corners of Lots
and Blocks in thiscit\*.
Ballard & Iter,
SaoMMon to Robert Guodtaru. Maanfactur
SASH, DOORS,
Blinds, and
Mouldings.
Special attedtlon giveti to
SHIP WORK.
Factory Under Column's Mill.
Httlr, Oct. .1. !S7«» o4tf.
Poiet M Soap Factory.
C. & to.
Proprietors.
Corner Main and Second Streets.
The very lietd quality of Family manu
factured aii'l for aale at Sau Franciaco factory
prior*. 8o«p of all kind* made tt>.-r>ler.
SPECIAL.
Lottgeraand mill men ahoaM not f«i! toe*,
amine our S<*w Skid Greaxe it i* better tbau oil
and mqi h cheaper. Only 30 Oenta a Gall 'ii.
and merchant* will find it to tlo-ir
advantage to give na a rail. ao:tf
SEATTLE mm FACTOEY.
Mr. August Harms,
An eiperiened and «r*t-rlaw» Wa«oo and Oar
rtage-roaker. recently fr. ln Wiacnmn. bavin*
opened a Carriage Manufactory an 1 Repair Sh p
in connection with Branaan'a blacksmith shop ou
Id BTRF-KT. BETWKEN MILI. k WASHINGTON
Wiafcea to announce *0 the pubh t!.at h* i» prv
pv*il to make all kit.l* of
Carriages to Order, and Repair
Harks Buesies k Wagon*.
CARRIAGE TRIMMIXO VXD PAINTING DONF.
•/"SatlkfacUiC. guaranteed. olTtf
Clark <fc Eustis,
fOMRAfTORS & BIILDERS.
r, i It.l y TKK FIRS T '7.1- iY"li K
AT THE LOWEST KAJEFI.
Hit» ■ txftu|>irte outit f r r».«iw w I i ,
bu>i<iißr*. »til wiil »w»nJ t« : *1 h 'Un «;!t
j>r»roi'ta*«» «n4 is.
Front Street. 11»»• IVtvilinn.
; K'.-'li* ;j
I B.IVE LEAi»U> THE
Brick Yard
Kr »« u tie P'.annwr ; *rfor • t*rrr. t ! rj
with tb» tut«LV. n '
SL'PPLYISG Tilt: ZJESIASD
At reduced rate*.
Will t» {r-{►*/*-! Tv fsruuh to order U» Jaa# ant.
C. MCALLISTER.
• M«rc& r. irt aMttie.
MISCELLANEOUS.
, R. ('. BRAVES,
7 i
, IMPORTEH ASD DEALER IS
FDMITIiIi
| |
Just r*v*lT*<l t FLA« MAORTXNRNT of
Bed-room Sets,
Extension Tables,
CHAIRS. WINDOW SHADES
<€e.
Alc> k- «i>s a flat stock of
Pictures, Picture Frames.
Mouldings, &c.
Give ni«> k cmll kiitl Mtitfy vcmntelvet **'.
ptiem.
| FRONT STREET, - Seattle, W. T. j
_ j
CRAIG & HASTINGS,
i
Stone aV Burnett Wharf,
I SEATTIjK. W. T.,
I>ealer« iu
! !
Grain, Hay & Farm Preface.
Goods received on storage
|in Wharf Warehouse at rea
r ■ sonable rates.
Forwarding and Commis
sion business promptly at-
I tended to.
i i
Goodsdelivered and freightsj
collected.
All business entrusted to
our care will receive prompt
and careful attention.
j 1
T« Immigrants!
Good agrii ultural land* open for I'ra-e mptio '
and Hoiuratead aettlera in
Whalrom €O., W. T. I
Fur agricultural purpoaea thla county excala '
any ether county in tha wealern part «>f thta Ter
ritory. We therefor* ad\ iaetho*e deairing home*
to coiue to
SEMIAHMOO, WHATCOM CO,!
And ae!«.ct a piece of land ; the eiperme will be
but a tnfl*. The HTEAMER TEASER leavea Se
%tlle f..r S. iniahni'.*! a*id intermediate point* once 1
a week On their arriral viaitora will find flr*t
clasa accommodation* at the
SEMI \H MOO HOTEL
At moderate [.rice*, and the pewpl.- will give them
al! the lie ettfcary inatructiontt in regard to vacant
lai»l*. There are lamia yet vacant <>n navigable
water, and fr»>m th> n> e onward.
aniM-«' P«*oj>le <>f St'Uiiahmoo.
t
;
G. W. BULLENE,
Practical and t'j«or»tic»l
ENGINEER and MACHINIST- 1
Front Street, Seattle, W. T
Is prepared to do all kind* of
StoamlDoat,
MIU and
liOgglng camp
Work.
Ira, Brass, Steel or other Metals. <
All kinds of Hlacksmith work done
to ord#>r.
uiun.
For Hale!
1 A Gool
; HOI'SE and LOT
In this City »n a
Doslra'blo Place.
Enquire .xi
CRAWFORD A HARRINGTON.
MISCELI. A N EOUS
I— = = . ;j
, Crawford k Harrington
IMI'OKIKiiS AM) JOBBERS
S JE A. T X JLi E, W, T_,
j Flare on hand a and well assorted stoek of goods in
their line, eons;>tin;j «>t 1 oreign and Domestic
Hardware and Cutlery
Iron and Steel. aborted.
Kla<* k*nt itli anil Carpenter Tool*.
Agricultural and Mining Implement*.
t rockery and <«!n suair. PaintN&Oil
, Hemp and Manilla ( (Jroeeriesand Provisions. Wines,
i Liquors. Kte.
AGENTS FOll TIIEJ*
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF LONDON, &C.
iy TALBOT COAL, FOR CITY TRADE, FOR SALE'FROM WHARF
CKAWFOKI) .V HARRIGTON.
SEATTLE, W. T. t Julv l*t, IsTJ
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DAVIS VERTICLE FEED
SEWIN6 MACHINE, M
The ( entennial (io]<l M<*«]:» 1 ami Diploma
The Seott Medal.
The Franklin Institute Medal
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The Report of ihe Centennial Commission says: "Tin; DAVIS i*av«^||^|
t?iJo C .m GKANI> ! H>U) Vl| :»'Al. <»F llONOlt ami thu MI'LOMaV^H
i MEIcI 1 tor oxc*. .!«'ut mutvrinl :ti>«l i■>ni-,trtiction. a<lui>t«'<l to the
range of work.
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AGENTS WANTED IN ALL I NOIVITILD TKRRIToSM
E. L. HALL g \\ ashington Territjj^^^
CHERRY STREET SKATTLK. W.^BB
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Proprietors, and Browors of I
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in V\ a-liinjftoii Twritoi'v.
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rior, to any fon»i«rn Khjihl. *
Brothers*,
WHOLESALE & RET All]
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Rice Flour, and Feed.
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Crockery, Glassware, & Table Cutlery,
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,M Willow Shades, j
Our l'aoiiitie.- n: • < L ;i- to 'l -fy competition.
GIVE L 6 A CALL
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