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TOE DIILV IVTELIIfiFAfB.
BY
DAVID HKitilNS.
THE DAILT ISTEIAIAEVrER I*
takliakH »*»rj mornlm. -its-ltr* *i
e pv*i MJ'l 4»ilT«T*»! t »uNnrrs *r ywr. r» :rj
• to, rttj. >t *.* c«iU p-r p*)»* * 1' tb«
Oarri'r. «n*> I« "r.t*
for •aaau., •!«».»«» Ua *
THE WKF.KI.T lITEI.LI«ES« I K.
ThU o'.<i «a'l jvopu'*r }onre*l ' f W *Vi -
laiftor,. with ■lr n »tin f »?:* "v* f
In tb« TlfTfMj. l« s*t ir Ur
T*rsu» llollun '
gun, In tdru c« . otbfnriw.ll.Ofl.
County ami City Official I'ress.
Thursday, January 11.
PJ7GST SOUND COMMERCE.
The Custom House records f r the
past year show an export trale i r< in
Paget Sound to foreign countries dur
ing the veer of of which
♦4l 1,128 was carried in American ves
sel*, and 327,417 in f<»r« >gn ves«*d»
Tbe other side of th< account t - t- up
a tola 1 of #79.111, of foreign import*,
or little more than a fcn«l» of tie* ex
ports. We know of no district in the
Luion that shows so hea\y a Comptrit
tive halance in f*vor »•( country.
Tbe report does not include dome-t ie
e*port« of luiuU-r, coal, wo 1, hide*
furs, fish, holts, furniture, yr.iiu, etc.,
to Sftti Francwo and other i jM.r's
The shipments of lumh-r alone t" >m
Francisco ar<- estimated at 'Joo '
feet. Worth in that cit\ an ?»v« i »[
near twenty dollars per M
The largest «ingU item o!" . xj- :' is
lumber, and the largest -:t>i:i ■> p'ir aa
•er is our neighbor british Columbia.
Our foreign customers compare a< fol
low! in amount of patron ig *
British Columbia H?" «*>
Australia Wlt
Feni M 173
Hsndwl.b lalaiel* .*27
Chill ««•» H3
New Caledonia 27 Xtt
Itraail 33 -*73
Mssko I» £ll
China U »M
flocisty I aland* x ny,
Onatemala 5 117
The foreign exports of the district in
1870 were $440,917, and the itupotts
were $33,1 0.*>. Since then there h»s
been a steady and gratifying increase
until row the aggregate value i- almost
double what it was then.
The number of vessels entered from
foreign ports dining the year was 390,
•Bd of those cleared t"ur foreign perts,
400. 101 vessels were entered and ly
cleared coalVwise The total number
entered was IG'.l, tonnag**, 243,7:1";
cleared, 467, tounage, 241,H33. In all,
940 vessels with a total tonnage of |v},-
570. Betides, the bulk of tiie domestic
trado is carried in licensed vessi Is whi< h
do not enter a:id clear ai the Custom
' House.
Tbe number of vessels owned in tlit'
, # district is 133, tonnage liT.lll The
number of vessel* built on the Sound
during the year was 10, ot which five
were steamers, two #IOOJ>H, -I* «*«-H<M>ll.
era, two barkentinus, and »no b»rk.
Three were built in St attic, two in
Olyinpia, one at Fidalgo, two on W hid
by Island, two at l'ort Madison, five
at Port Ludlow mid one at Seabei k
CHERRY STREET
Tbare is no east and west street in
tbe city that can surpass Cherry street
and tew that can etpial it in the nuiu
bri and elegance of fine private IVM
deuces, built along both sides ot' the
way all along back to Kighth street
For this reason, if no other, it is fitting
that the street should receive a little
letter attention in respect to some im
portant matters of convenience and hy
giene. There is no lamp ou the street
above Front -trett. yet in addition to
tbe fact that thtro is a h< avy
throng ef travel along tho blocks from
the water front to Fourth stre« t, tin re
is a precipitous place at theThir 1 stre. t
crossing aud a number of awkward j
in the sidewalk, where, ou dark nights,
pedestrians who are not as familiar with
tbe locality as Mark Twain's pilot w»s
with the channel of the Mississippi, are
in jeopardy of life or limb. There is
110 point in the city where a lamp i
uiore needed than there
Another unpleasant feature ot the
street is the want of sewerage. The
house drainage of that part ot
of the city discharges aloug the side
walk between Second and Third street*
and diffuses a redolence that is more
savory thsn agreeable The health * t
the city and its credit abroad demand u
more assiduous wte ltiou t i the, nnt
ters now than was requisite n bv-n me
days, when Seattle was , nlv a m re
scattering liambt
UtioßT Wa\«iv-Mr In-raUm
County Superintend.',- ~f s, -hool« i„-
forms us that he has not y lt rewind
the annual report and j i%t , t tti
entitled to draw sthisd money in di*
tricts No. 10, 14. i:» and is Ao ililu , g
to law. t!ie clerk- should hive nude
out these reports within n Isjs aft, r
the first Fridsy i:s N \ 'sT»; |
d«H'S not know the a !dr« -s cf th - k
he has suggested this i;< m t > i.ntii, •
them of their neglect t'daty It tber<-
fiwe lxv«>iiic- tht-ir duty t- *--:t t i:; t; ,r
reports at once. in order that th« ir
district* may share iu tbe January ap
portionment-
TELEGRAPHIC
v tk* *r }
i: iSTI R> STATE*.
NKT «'Bf .FANS, Ja'l !f -This after
i: ftU ;t Jo'« lo k. when Lieut-Gov.
Ai t'>;n wu c Minding bn remark', a
cr w 1 F VK. ;t f/*> persons collected >n
f; y»l stre -t, in front of t!.e >tat*?
H and alter j-.ering and ho ting at
th- police at tbr <1 x>r, began pelting
them with oyster shells and other
and yelling "L>t's put tb<m
-The Doors were closed aud some
; «'!ir-th'n pr<ceded to «1 • f»c*? K>l
- '_'g - ■ irnnge which was standing
r.< ir Tii"*. K >yian, Nichols newly r»p
p ai ted Chief of P<.lire, appeal* 1 and
,1 «p*-r*ed the cri.vf ! Th i city is ipiiet
T : edit A large crowd a«s*inblc-d in
f-unt i ♦ ? fit- M*-onie ll.il 1 h«-re Nich-
<•!-' p .;i e :ire being enrolled, as an a;-
♦ v k upon the State House was appre-
hended, They have all been barricad
ed a fid reinforced t</ prevent the Dein
'<ra?» taking theut by force. The Dem
ocrats are much elated over the reports
from Waehiugti>n that the President
will not recognize either Governor for
the present.
WASHIN'-TON, Jan. —The Time*
Washington special tiius deseriljes the
character of the affidavits taken by
tho New Orleans House committee:
The affidavits are alike in si/.a and
wording for each parish, and in fact
\ ary v< ry little throughout the State.
Wh> re the is colored it is so
priii'cd, and tho"*e for the white affiila
vit iniiki r- are a little stronger than for
the color. I There are many thou-and
ot these documeuts which will mak»
peth ips 6<K» printed or two-thirds
of the Democrats case. In each parish
on * man u-uillv alt'rs all of these ia-
p» r-, ai.d thej I'M>k very much as
though one man in call parish had
ti I J diem all up Looking them over
i- eiiongh to demonstrate to any one
why llit! d< mocrittic committee sent to
Ni w Hi lt a'ti refused t«> give the; ltd
publicans ft copy of thini, and why
t'n v have 1.. 1 1 t bcin I>»ck so long be
for presenting theui f<»r publication
It is extremely doubtful also whether
tlio lemming board ever saw or heard
of ime tenth of the stuff the democracy
propose to give the country to show
that Tildeii was elected in Louisiana.
WASHINGTON, Jan. I». —The Tinas'
Washington special on the Oregon bus
iness says that IYlton, Tilden'a
private secretary, hud eight thousand
d iiitrsof somebody's money sent out
t > Oregon on the day of the meeting of
the electors, and that he has since tried
t > keep the fact from the committee.
It is further shown that Crouiu hav
ing been the Democratic elector receiv
ing tha highest number of votes was
the only who could carry out
the Democratic programme; that he
took advantage of this position in
which he found himself to be conscience
>tricken until he secured $3,000 t<» pay
his expeuses of S3OO at the most. The
t ronin college cost money, and money
w. Nt fruui New York at just about the
proper time that it would have been
needed
The Trtl»mt» Washington special
-ays Oregon ltepublicann explain the
nturn of the fl.nOO draft to New
York by the theory that the money
was originally sent by express, but
nut getting there in time was tele
graphed four days afterwards. The
express package got to Salem and the
•1r aft w«s r< turne 1 according to agree
ment. This theory is confirmed bv a
rep. rt in a Salem pij er, of the State
liou«c proc«e iing> of Dteember oth
it was stated therein that the Demo
crat c* leaders were very anxious dur
ing the forenoon, but just before noon
Bush, i h.nk. r ap|x'ared. an I, after a
consultation with him, the trouble
seemed to vanish, and they went ahead
• with their programme.
IMm. viiEi.riii v, Jan 10—The nic«t-
between Bennett and .May ttiok
plat e one mile from Marydell, Marv
-1 ind, »t one o'clot k yesterday afternoon.
The patty tarried blankets, overcoats,
two cases of pistols and surgical instru
ments. They represented themselves
as railroad officials, May faying he was
a director of the Pennsylvania railroad
and Bennett giving hie name as Daniel
Drew, of New York, and bating his
mission w is the purchase of the Mary
land and Delaware railroad They bad
with them also maps of the Peninsula
and to several parties they rt jiorted
tbenist lve> hunters on a gunning expe
dition. and stn h was the privacy of the
whole affair that their statements were
lalieved in the neighborhood. Ben
nett-face showed a scar which wo
much swolKn, probably l>y cold The
set i;e ef the inc«tir.g was a short dis
tance from the line of the Maryland and
lb l.»\\ tie ia>lread. Three shot* were
tiri i without Injury to either of ilia
j rtn ipai-; after which the entire partv
!<•!: tl»e ground- The parties returned
to Mtry I' ll separately The Bennett
party tli« i -ecured a convt-yauce to
' lay! n Bennett blmselt appearing
raous j ,1, pre-scd. and subsequent
ly t k s -p ; n*l train for Wilniintiton
*n.i I'hi. tde j h.a. May went to Slaugh
?er'» Station, thence t> Philadelphia cn
• is* lU'T'.ai.g s tram. Mr <;dgbu:an
» « *uh May, but the names of the
of •rs prmmt are not yet as,, rtainttl.
i e partv pud lib rally for ail services
ered them a d ak. f.r silence. It
:* -vid U!h men are satisfied and
thr re will I* i.o further hostile meeting
Bcnaett and his friends will leave for
>~t*w York at nudcight
— »
From Yr*t*r!iy> Or*z niiz> 3
EASTERN STATES.
NASHVILLE, JIN. 9.- EX-<TO\TRN«:R
I J Harris was to-lay elect*, dI. S.
o . the srst b»l. >t in both
H uses fur the !• rii; t- r:n to suoretd
Henry C<jop r. whose term e\pirt« on
th-' fourth of i.■ it March
NEW YORK. Jan I'. -The Ti .it*
Washington ?p» • »i <'i tUe D*ui erratic j
meeting ?<•.y- i I) -'ltre"!
mass iutftiug w». caii- d :-.N»ut two
w< i ks ago with a gitiou:i»ii I y -owe
of tuoso t. mployed it th. II use, pre- '
to be i )>_!::< crats. I lit Club I
was not be:iri ott! t*re w»s n<i re- |
gponse,and p*ooab!y none w.as expected, j
Th'- call a tran-parebt fraud, to
make people believe tin re are reahy
negro Demi iu ti.t cuui.try.
Cm< AOO Jan. U —Tiie Democratic
stories tUat the Florida eoiuimttce wiU
Ui.auimc>usly t that Florida went |
ior Tilden are ftlse. fh - iirpubhe-an
members -av. on t: e contrary, that the
evidence has nut disturlieU tbe i'>o ma
j >rity for and th«y think
."Steams is also elected.
Gen. s>hend»n las been in council
with the President and Sherman to-laj . |
>eusationai repurts will Le -cut fi 'in
- V
here to-uight about the of
ftberidiin's visit. The meeting *va>ol
an entirely peacable character.
3I.\l)IsO>", Wis. Jan y.—At a caucus,
this evening, the Republican;* nom
inated W. 11. Hiner for President pio
teni. of the Sei ate end J IV Cas.snly
for Speaker of the Assembly. The
Democrats nominated W. li Held for
President pro tern of the S, nate and
Joseph Hamilton for Speikir •! the
Assembly Iho lbpuUiie.ni- have a
majority in U>th House
\\ \ 8111M«I oN. Jail, tl 1 in- iiiVesti
gation <f th- <b. g r, electoral case
was foi.ii n.t i t:—lay \lt. K.ippel,
one i i the DeniiKiHtu: e.ii.di iates lor
idector, testified that luoney w is col
lected by ill lli ld::ger to p ('renin's
expenses and to pay the fees of law- '
yers who argued agaii -t the issuing of
a certificate of election t.> Witts, ;it the
hearing before Gov. Grovcr. Other
witnesses were called, appparently to
confirm or coutradict the -tat. nients of |
previous witnesses.
——— ■■■ !■■■ ■ll IJ
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
C. 11. IIAXFORD.
ATTORNEY -AT-LAW,
SEATTLE, W. T.
OFFICE—Fr»ut ntUal Building, C'onnuprcial St.
MIMM HOUSE.
JAH. It.
T»k'« pleasure in *.tjii 'iiticitis; t<> the public that
l.e t« prepared t aeonnm-date tlmse wishing
FIRST-CLASS BOARDING.
TiIRMS Boarding \ l.wlsinj, Mi per wrrk.
CW MHi Btrf»:T. EST SE< <>M> AND THIRD.
jll-d-tf
Lost*
\TUAOIN<» Ot \ M\p OF THK PfYAI.M'P 1
Cm»l Field The ftnder will refeiv a suita.
b!>- reward by r< turning it t.>
FABTWIOK MoRUHfc CO. i
Cor. ONHMKiII an<) VVa*huigt*n rts JlO-tf-4 |
ROOMS TO KENT.
Gentlemen desiring pleasant Lodging Rooms
in a private residence, near the buaineaa part >«f
tha > ity. can btain them k by applying at thi* of
•«. niTtf
VICK'S
ILLUSTRATED PRICE CATALOGUE
Fifty pages 3<«> liluftratii'-c, with P«*rrip
tl-.ma of thousand* i f the best F . wit* an.i \ e.;p.
table* in the w rl.l. and the way to kcr«>w thwii---
all fora Two Curt po*tag>- stamp Printed in
German and Fc^-lit-li
Vlrk'a I lural 4.til«le Quarterly, cent
» rear
Vlrka I'loner and leselnhlr Our.-!
lien, fto cent* iti paper , inelegant rl, th . u\.r*, ,
fl t*» Addres*. JaMKSVICK.
)W-!V-it 1.1 bdUr, N V .
Wanteilo
I
I
\ I'WKI.UNw uF tor 7 ROOM*. ><>! TH OF
\ I'ike and ftrM of ] ■urth i-treet
Apply at thi* offlct
N O TIC E.
\I.I. PERSON* INI>KBTFI> T ' THE
S«>N BR I » Wi I ; ;•*«■< Mttie tf;»-ir a.~. OOBtS
b> January 1»«. I-". Ail » uat* *ta:t ;i' « f.Xer
Jauary -i, thn-« 4*t. v ra • will tw ;■!», r! in
th< of a i 11. I- r »it; ut farther Mi**,
:uaitßK 10 i*r v> at a<! tit*, a : -r owt . ( r. tii a
jt-J-tf IAMIKSuN BROS.
\ mtCUL XEKTUO t'l IBS COCSTt
\ t ~;;.a.i«»i u*r> f Kit»a}' . OBtjr will tw htH
> a Wftlnrfcii* Jan ;»rv IT. i»V at win, h tin<-.
~-a!.-.$ |>r..pc**:. *l.l ir r»- • lvrj ! k- j >r.« thf
ia<su«-at *u k f tli* <vaatT (jr ©a* *»-»r f t-'iii
s*t if February uU «a -t» tt>cla.]«
-*rv aa 1 m«C|.-ai aa.i vurgicai
MtdhiiDn
By , nl#t ...f tlkf 8.->*rl
** MX>OS McCOLLOU Auditor (
f t
MISCELLANEOUS.
skaitle njrskky
Or •.. le ea*t from Ye-ler < lurf • >
tin rosd to Like
How's Stage run* past the Nur
snry twice a day
Fruit Trees,
SHRUBBERY.
ANI>
HERBACEOUS PLANTS
And se \ «r* I choice
YMIfETIES OF PEACHES
That are adapted to this climate and ripen early
.. _ _ _
C. W. LAWTON. Proprietor.
H G-LORE,
linjtcrlor of hml Denier In
FURNITURE
npEOLsfm" hoods,
COMMERCIAL STREET. SEATTLE
Parlor Sets,
* ♦
Bed-EoomSets
|. q •£; •#
Sofas & Lounges,
j OF HAIR CLOTII and TAPESTRY !
I Bureaus,
Oonter-Tatolos,
Oliairs,
Cur alns,
i Picture Frames
Mouldings, etc.
ST -Mm ACADEMY
*

For Young Ladies,
I
Humboldt Street, Victoria.
This establishment is pleasant »v situated una
! high ami healthy location, surrounded by spa
j eious playgrounds, which afford theyoung'ladies
| the facility of i>leasaut walks and useful bodily
| exercise.
The plan of education embraces every means
re#julaite for training young ladies in virtue,
and in the knowledge of those branches of sci
ence becoming to their sei.
.
Besides the usual literary course of studies
plain sewing, all kind* of useful and omameutu i
needle-work, and every variety of fancy work are
I taught free of charge.
Difference of religion is no obstacle to admis.
j sion into the Institution.
TER M S :
Board aud Tuition per quartor *4"> 00
1 Washing B.im
Music IS.OO
! Drawing 6.00
| Painting 6.00
Hair Work—course of lessons IM.OO
; Wai Work " " 24.00
Bed arnl Bidding p*r anuum 10.00
I
yi.etters should be addretwed to the Superioress
of
Kt. AIIITW CnnTfnt,
Vlrloriit. \. I.
For Sale.
Th* un<ter*igned ha* on hau l t
Cargo of Spars
..., i
Of Superior gnality, fr >u
,18 lo 40 Inches io Partners.
Will s»u them round or hewed, to suit pur
• chaser*.
For further particulars eutjuire of
Amos Brown,
Olympia, Thurston Co.. W. T.
November 2ltb. lsT<s. n.'stf
j '
6EOR6E H. WHITE.
Prarliral Book Binder.
TUMWATER, W. T.
Law Books. Papers. Magazines. Mu
sic. By-Laws. Checks. Etc.,
lit'i MI \T SAN PRAM is< O I'mo s
i}V4n
iiOIICCt
The of the tir»t (jrunl Lit
tery of Washington TYrriUiry i- h r»-by
postponed until the Ist d»v <>f t'anuiry
A. D. IST". ' l
H. L. YESLER, Manager.
MISCELLANEOUS
J. E. VOICE.
PRACTICAL
WOOD TURNER
VI
D. M. fraur's Shop, un.lt r ('ulrmau's Mill.
Patterns
Made to Ordt*r an ! all ki? i-t
food TniniDE Eiecntefl at Short
Notice.
r-lm-dw
PUGET SOUND AGENCY
OF THE
Celehratefl Siisr Seiieg Machine
L. S. LOYKLL, Aireut.
Office and Depot at .1 1.. .1 avtn!«»•-»»n <
Stationery St.ire. Mill Sireet
Sold on Monthly Installment*
Note or Liberal Discount for Cash.
Also Sole Proprietor f< r \\. ».t<rii Wastiin»:t<<ii
of the Celebrated Combined
Plaiting and Fluting Machine,
One of the invention# of the «ls\ "Every
family must have on>*."
For particulars address
I. S. Lovell,
o'iTt! Sfsttlc. W. T.
i
PRINTING!!
All kinds of gen
era! book and job
printing executed
in tbe latest slvl<
of tiie art. All
orders receive im
mediate attention
Try us. 11. M
SaundEO.s, pro
prietor
TRIBUNE JOB PRINTING OFFICE.!
t
NEW BOOT anfl SHOE STORE
Buckingham A II edits'
CELEBRATED EOOTS.
FI LL LINE OF
Ladies', Gents'
i
and Children's
Fine Shoes.
NO AUCTION GOODS.
i
East •m and {California make constantly on hand.
ELLIOTT M. BEST & CO.,
Fine Hand-Sewed Custom Work
for Ladies and (tents, and
Stoi?a Boots for Men.
If any of our Warranted Go. xl- tout
breaks we ojvo another pair
in their place.
Rrpairins Dijiip Xrally ami Promptly
Commercial Street, Near Mill.
W. 11. SIIOL'DV.
DEAI.EK IN
PAINTS, OILS,
VARNISH, GLASS,
PUTTV, &t'.
Paints reedy mixed in t 1 r snl nv.iwtitlea to'
•nit Just received, the end best assort
ment of
WALL PAPER
In the cl|y, a:id will -.11 nt n In. . I rat- r« ady
trimmed.
RUBBER IMI XT.
I will K'uarai.ter t!te Uubber Paint. all other
cirruii;«taui < * being equal, t.. corer more s.irfa.e, ;
per gallon, two-coat a rk. than the Atlai.ti Lead
and Liuse.-i on. an ITw ntv p< r. • lit un >re lUau
theAverill Ckeml el Peint v. i tt;st it
twl'-eas a, • iti.er, i ;f, r!y applied .
without
Painting. KJ- mining: uid
H.»ngi::g don»* on »h t
S» aHie. J.jlj
For Sale»
Two ll.iti I- n." 'I iv'c! a \
Dwelling Houses
Ai.l ill bird (unit bv th<-
day, it the < rmr of Thirl awi Pike
stret-ts Aiso Foi:rt<*#u Lot* in Law'*
Addition, and Thr-c L<»N ii, M"-
Apply to
+-\* TIIOS. J. JACKSON, i
MISCELLANEOUS.
MOW OPEN
THE AB
I>i? Goods,
Faiiq (*O<hIM,
Hosiery
Gloves, &cs
tail ics ami (icnts' Furnishing lioo(k (lothio*
Hats, Caps, Trunks, Valises, &c., &©.
<»nr Full St«H-k is complete in cvny particular. ami comprise* the finest ami moat fuhioaabU
i*< in the in*!!;»t We call *i<e ial intention to our Clothing 1»* partmeut. liulib: r and I'iT
br lias.
WIUTK KIIIRTS A SPECIALTY.
BOYD, PONCIX & YOUNG,
S. BAXTER & CO.
iiii'ijisrciis nn (iiMisM mmm,
And Dealt rs in
FOKEKiJS & DOMESTIC WINES,
LIQUORS & CIGARS.
AGENTS FOR
J. H. Cutter Whiskies,
White House Whiskey,
Universal Whiskey,
A full assort me-nt of W iiifs, Liquors and Cordials alwavs on Laud and
for sal<' at low ratrs. NY on 11 sj M cial attention to our Extensive Stock of
«' ■ «* Jk. At «»,
FOR SAI.K AT
»AS KltA\(' IS(' O PKII'E«.
IRONT STIMI.T. SKATTI.K, W. T.
jf-dn-tf
L P SMITH & SON,
Watflimakers
& Jewelers,
W "u'«l respect! ill 3 itmioinx .to the people of Seattle anil vicinity tint they are constantly recetTtaf
Urge additions to their desirable stock of
Hvrmßs. CLOCKS. JuiVKi.Rv, mmm.
A.C., Suitable for the Holiday Trade.
Wf tin it< a rim fill inspection of our uoodg and price*, uinl we confidently assure our cuctMMMtM
we make it a point to deserve their custom.
Uoods sent to any part of the Sound by express. to the onl« r of rctpotulblo partita.
All kinds of Jobbing and Repairing in onr line promptly
and satisfactorily done.
\\i nrc *'w»\h M home and to net onr friends.
L. P. SMITH & SON,
[Opposite t'n Itreir ry.)
FRONT STREET. - - - Seattle, W. T.
WiiKtlioff' & Wald,
£ - »Z
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GREAT ATTRACTION
AT
John Sullivan's*
iJtu ivt .i Jircut Iroin Now York un iwmenvj Stork of
TOYS AND FANCY GOODS
Ti. ir.i- : tti t.>. -its v. ,I,)| I in au I"Hi.mH• h» aj • r thmi »iiv other house In Hrtltll"- P*"
«< (!>•.:. ». t ..'•-nt!»-!t:» ii, Nij* ati<l . :r!«. On h»u l»- tii'ual a ttun Awortm®**
Candies, Nuts, Dates, Figs, Pop-Co**
Maple Sugar, &c., <fec.
i JOHN SULLIVAN, - Commercial Street, Seattle.

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