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THE DAILY INTELLIGENCER.
VOL. 11.
PROFESSION A L CA RI>S
BcSitin J jur Lcakt
Mr NAUGHT LEAHY,
1 J TORVBTN - AT-LA w, HOLWt-
IS <IIAS<'KUY, d I'liOC
rous I.V Ah Ml lIALTY.
Wiii (tract * iK,;,th« IM»trl<-t %t.\ Supreiu*
Mr »ii: fur »j *• tal attaiitlß to Ol
i-rti 'M inu U U»r prjrrfav
*ryl «aV of K-al K-uu
J>uy JUt. i<2. ]y!S
(. 11. IIAXPOKI).
ATTORNEY -AT -LAW,
SEATTLE, W. T
Wl'l II l: f B itMtll, I ■ NMiI r l» tt
W. It Wmrt. L h
WHITE NASH,
. M* m ww m- ao ■« w,
KcatUc, Washington T»»rr'y.
OFF ICR,--DISPATCH BI'ILDLNO.!
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C. il I.4kM*SKK, I M II tLI., W.i;,
LARRABEE, HALL & ANDREWS
im&miiEYHmv
SEATTLE, W. T.
». r DMMtaoN K U. BLANCHaBD.
DENNISON & BLANCHARDi j
ATTORNEY AND
I'rodors in Admiralty.
f at Port To*ra»<*4, Wa» jingle a Terrl
jtt . all j
D P. JENKINS,
SEATTLE, W. T.,
A TTOItXKY AT-LA W. HO LICIT OH
IS ('IIA St'ELASH I'HOCTOH
I\ ADMIRALTY. uihJl
C M. BRADSHAW,
•it to rne i/ »r,
p OUT TO W N S END. W. T.
H. E. HATHAWAY,
AT TORNKY-AT- LAW
Will attend t>> b:i*iii«*na In all part* of the Ter
ritory Particular utt«"uti >n #(*♦>» to Fr>l>at« I 1
fe«tlor», ttoa •! Dxbtaanit l'ajrim utuf T»i«*. j
SK\T'lhK. W T.
IIK. J. IjKAKY.
[Fortu««rly yuptl i>f Hir Wm J> nn»r »ti>l Sir H F I
Thouiwn. Court PtiykUitu »n<lßurij*<>ti. ] ;
OiTiri: Fr»n*utli»l |tiill.Un«,<<>r "f «'oin
lurn-11l Slfrf t
o. oi.i« ut»t u»t. ! j'.t-im
DRS. A. & H. B. B&GLEY.
Homiropat hints,'
SEATTLE, W. T.
,vK H. B BVtW.EV, LVTB PHOKFSSv.It OF
11 rrtu.-l|>lm Bil l rrn'tn-f of Surgonr tn th*
MlrlititMi tVntral folle#*, will nt»k#
Chwrstlv* Stir»; • rr an.l Surtflca! • »i>e<-Ul-
I *. >n.l will ti> < «1U tn auy j»art of the
%'WU»I
Dfa. G. A. WEED,
Sl IUiEON AND PHYSICIAN, j
SEATTLE. W. T.
MLG.V.CJLKOUN,
SoAttlo, w • TP.
Orti» N'.» 1. Hull Ung, tVct
drntal Hotel
j
Dr. J. S. Houghton.
Om>» n*o Jt ' l>r Oram's dwital nHuas,
l'»rti u!*i kttruti <u Klvfti
l*fSEA*E$ or THE EYE.
|
DENTISTRY .
j O «IH.\SSK i>KNTisr, or
ft.-# tn Ston* * llurifM i N»w Hull.!
lui i n :*1 »lr«t. All work
|Uni:M.
J* S. M AGGS,
Dentist,
OFFICE. MILL STIiEKT.
®*«r S»<W!» »ti.l HartHw #t r», OF OO
cjdkM'AL HOTEL. f»
A. MACKINTOSH.
Notary Public nut! tonffjaneer,
llfil Estate uiul Tax A«f»nt.
Hw i ix'tMplri* VMrt' l • t Ttt> t.- »' I.an4a
a King tV anti Wiil alien 1 t the pfiKftw a»4
.<( I«kU uty vhrtT .'A I'Ui-vt Sj,-<s-l*i
attention mi>l to Transfer if H«-«l f «tat» a».t
lyrwwt >4 Tmx ItuxM,'* M't
fktl 'J fJ*r»:n"J
Oft.'-* ou Mill nrarl? »»♦ 'Of-
Hot*l ™
EASTWICK. MORRIS & CO
C»*ii Muung
BN* aiNii Ens.
He. t". Punic tt » D ilii t*.
(•r.t aMmrrrU! A> *»»▼•«•
r«rik*7.
Ootluid (hft I'.liwti! lull aW"* *»'»♦• * ur "
f'Jti.iwJ. »tid rr(> rt«sl l' »c- «n.l
wtltlM for n.UHa| funnhfJ
»»U»ork*-n iflWMi »«*1 <• tfc *
l >n >«f aij lota Mhl bl.u-k# KM* •**•! Jr»w
inm *«rt«aw*Uy «w«iM *o* H. 1*"»
An Ardent Lover Leaves His
Sweetheart a Fortune.
I!y diiigeii c andhhra r 1 * ;*, Mr
FrtrnUsn-, ot D;b.qu., I i*i, who died
h fcw j a;, aj: amas-f d * prf; table
cnai|»tt<>(ii y •» . I it w.i» ti. m i :it he
4«f»Mvai bit: i belorhood. !!»• b smm
mu. t •*. jytii, i 'i* jy —r. *i
'!•*!.* Of ttl. H We Will call
Miii .Jut. • vi;• ; iHi i i * ;
but ' !.e yt g.tly« •ti -1 ;-w. re in>t
w .lliug th»t t!i« ir -1 s jgLt« r si. .ui-i t>*-
4*- a uitn w i > »a< a > on fir mod crip
, ...!*■ Mr i:, til At qu tr
it« r > t,,.. i !u ,. nftcr Lfl
i | ru; ()■ ti ti> ,i y.jii;.j» u.ly iu Dubuque,
, .vii", ut'tor r .iut; i,< >»t»tiutj, «oc« pted
ii.s Lau 1 J..VI ! -r:ui,c. lit- new
wife « n ur.il fund o! wci^ty,
white Mr i'r w »- » \Ut uit |y op
pnsit«—proli<a?>:T !'n>m th- t"t< t of hit
ix>l»iy T :'v wt>r«- <': i. nn i
fr >iii <.i i-•» I* t kr. -wti t > if Mr.
I 1 rt titr- njt} in i t >r .t'.d • i>!ain- ia
dtV'-ri ti iii hi- ty a;.d «>»yw.ird
* it>-. m !i«. it!•. i \ *rii« in irru d a t»r><t tn-r
■ ! .* (iphiiii." .t jt; u»iA '>i\ th>' U-tich
iu ttji- St %' ot < 'itiiforni^
Mr. Fr«;iitr.--,» m > iu--d |>frf«.-rtly
tied with the vt-rdi't of tin* court, ,1-
j h« iii i i) t -n in is lively of
Y'lfc, atid gave w*y to dt -pondcm y
I iii»»t, in hi- t >li iwi-d th'* duir
i. ti r' tatiiTi • t ftrr i h /( mid <ll i nut
h'-«-il tl»*- hiirnui*; fittWi liiufi.t ia the
hr. ait of Mr. i'rolitres* fur hi* first
!"V«. H<> availed hisuvlf of every op-
] >• ■rtuni ty to *<<■ and compliment b r
lli« desp xxlent heart b->r-» hiiu to
tt sick hod, aiid at latt he realized that
thegriui messenger of d< »th waa km«ck
ing at hi.s d<H.r. U wrote to Mi»s
Johns and told her ot his c instant, ar
dent attachment, and of her
to attoi.d him in hi-, sor« <lintreM The
letters tti the Veiit'g lady wore inter
cepted, and ot course he received no
rvsjionac At 1»~t he deputized a trust v '
servant to n<> olrer the young lady in
person, urging hi r to come t<> his «iy.
ing bed. She could not refuse the Hp
peal, and. contrary to the vishes of har
parents, attend«*<i the summons.
The *ppe iraneo of Miss Johns ut the
l)e<lside of til" ilyilig mall seemed to re
\ ivo his "1> ing enMgies, and, ki-«-iug her
hand, he with th« gr«atest hap
piuest He tohl her his tonjj attach
meut, und 1 her to remember hiui
when dead and goi:#; a:id placing a
package of pap* rs in her liaud, f»id her
a long farewell, and expired s,>.»n after
It was an iffei ting se«>ne, ami moistened
the eyes ofall who witnessed th« strug- j
gle Itetweeti death ami love.
Mr. Frentress was lnirie<l on the farm
upon which lie ilied, attended hv a large i
concourse of iteoujc froui the countrv. |
a* well as m tny from Dubuque, as lie .
was a man respecttd f->r his very tunny
noble traits of character.
When Miss Jones returned to her
home, she was a-tonished t«» find ill the
package of p»p*-rs given to her by Mr
F, a will, in which lie bequeathed her
SIO,OOO in money and part of the real
estate of which he was possessed. Trti- |
lv tliis is a bit of romanco not found in
your yellow-covered novels.
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I
T IIK HOMIIIEST MAN oi THE
HOUSE. -• A bright. blue suit, *ur
mounted by it regular old fitruitr't
cru-li liliti k lint, prot I tims that, Blue |
Jean- Willi mis !N< return' «l to TI IS
Congressional duti< >. HH is, without
exception, IN IT- OT" tin- UGLIEST men, iti
face and figure, I have ever scon. lit'
suyii-ST-i th«* lik< ness of au EXAGGII ated
Brother .1 it;»tli.tit. His body is long,
!> in ami la'ik, and In- ungraceful arms
HA' <; A- it' s|,|l,v 1 <>u t. » INS ungainly
binly. and worked L»y RUSTY hinges
His bauds arc brown ami callous look
ing, AMI his fuo IS utterly devoid <<f all !
« \pres«ion of culture. intellect or RE
FINEMENT. His skiu resembles in color
*:id te\turo th.it of the Egyptian inn IN
inies nt th«» Smithsonian. His hair IS
o itul and he HIS shaved off
the SEIAJRGY Uttle heard he last winter
WORT? tinder H,s olitn. J R< H»bly his eoo
nomir.-IL LI-KBITS jir"hi!>itinj; ins longer
*UJ>J»IRTIAJI such an «NNEERSS»RY luxury.
L'|M>N IWIIIK A-ked why h,» were »uch A
SHAHLIY DIMIKUIG S (I IT, Hhl 1 JT AM re
plied "It's good onouij/I FOR hoiuv. and
ought to HE GO*>»l EAOTIUH tor Congress "
The Indiana (} »vern>»r ~1l \tn>«l«*»L h« rt*
tli«re and »WRY where, off ring the
"horny hand of A <»ra»ger" to ALL his
: eonfrores HIISA (' r. ('i u'iun'iti 'r-J
--DEFEXMNO THK TIIK \IF.KS Mr. J.
T Ford has eome to the front in de- |
feuse of Amerua'i theaters in general
He the Hroi-k'vn fir«- "the
destrsjetivin of a house *'mt<sl of many
of its t»nvetiieii«vs M as to
utili™ f< r t>u«iaes» j m ioses"
H- sends his romphuiei t« to the puljnt
"To the godlv men," h s*y-«. "who
«j>oke with charity aU ut the calamity
m the'r sermons or Sunday, are da«
the re veri n»t» l« j; to ministerial
ehartcter a- 1 espi<;t\ Fo the clerical
I'evksniff w!»«» dwih ujton the innate
«d" ihi jn>r !»oy - if th*» ga!-
I,»rv. I can only say he j ~Hut. > the |ml
jist la hi iri ! 'a *»■ wit in >s .iicanist his
n,''ighl>*r. For «i\*y t;\i- years t>o life
ha i l«een I -t 1 v the tuiri ing of t thea
ter in th«> I iiitnl v !st> -up to the
!?rt> Wlyn di*.a«*«r. although the play
g srs in tint r- riod w.aild
over *»ot».<K*>.ot»ii ui atteiulai v nj*on the
at r .-*1 r-jio'i 'i" ; < Any building
tn tv I • a !i)<*!> t an durir g * panic, it is
a dii»ccr i - J: . * t ■ i- »«ur and is
to s- us whvrt v< r jx-oj 'e m»y
eongreg .te "
G<u t.i v-rg W*shi»igt.'in w»s
in dnrM U I pfohti Ijr bad many
* plcatat t '.it TLI \»• ity of hi< o«r. In
the i-mif at T n;t« rls; L I TT there
WAS l«ut ot r»r .rs ! that >et in the
>R.S T \ j will rl. RN !i'EL y his
fnet.d A T . ;; r< H T" ' /.vbary
I.«-wis \U this N ;rr T (i<r. Ge»Tjrf
s) ;»*•■•! Ins * Tv» tn >r-iing and
oomph ted his t il.t Ihe p w-der horu
u >\T a >ue t t\%! de-
I COI.D»! tsp »- -*I HI. HTV .IID The
horn is s;jil » >«perd d tsp I» the plaited
' leathern strir-C by which it h«Bg at
' I the tiddler » ssde.
SEATTLE. WASHINGTON TERRITORY, MONDAY, JANUARY 15. 1577.
What Crops to Laave in the
Ground.
\Netaketh? following very valuable
article from the ftural Hun, which will
h) well for our farmers to p< ruse car®,
fully, a- it contain* much useful infor
n.ati on to :h?tn :
Many farmer* are rather slow t >
i-aru that wha* tbey take out and off of
the *>ii i:j the f.»rm of ft crop must !>e
pai i back to the soil, or it f>ecoia»-#
imp >vcri*beu. Ignorance <»f« r
indiff renc« to this great law of nature
his c*;iaad so ui tuj worn >ut wortb'M
farms throughout (be country, and it is
high time farmers should begin to real
ize that they mu«t pay back what tbey
get from the soil, or els* b* condemned
as murderers of the life-giving soil be
• jueath'd or falling iato their bands in
the order of Providence, and transmit,
to their children a ruined, worthleas
inheritance of Land On tbi* point it
may not be amiss to publish the experi
iu> nts made in Germany by Dr. Weiske
and several other savans, showing tliat
the stubble and roots left in the earth
by crop# that have been harvested, add
to the soil much more nutritive value .
than com mo nly supposed. These ex
periments fully explain the groat value
uf clover ta » preparatory crop for
wheat, and for all otbar crops that are
not manured with nitrogen. toU&h and i
phosphate* Tbe clover of a single
acre has been known to leave nitrogen
enough for 116 Imsbaie of wheat, phos
phoric ftctd enough for 1 14 bushels, and
potash enough for 78 bushels. More
over, it is found that most ot this valua
ble material is left in the best possible 1
condition for use. Whether the nitro
gen of the clover come* wholly or part- !
ly from the toil, or from the air, it is J
certainly taken from a condition in i
winch it is of little ue* to moat crops,
and m converted into en available one, so
that practically tbe clover is a creator I
of nitrogen in the soil, hs it ia also an
efficient purveyor of potash and phos
phoric acid.
The Fkkncii Bau and Mustaches.
—An English paper shows that French
lawyers are doomed to wear clean
shaven lips It says : "Although tbe
Paris students may claim to be more
free and disorderly than thos* of Lon
don or Berlin, it is quite clear that tbe
Paris bar is under as strict discipline as '
that of any city io the world. An edict'
has gone forth to the effect that musta- 1
dies are at once and irrevocably to dis- 1
appear from the upper lips of all advo- ; (
cates of Palais de Justice. Of lat*
years the dread auth iritie* of the Fa
culte de Droit had connived at the
wearing of these unprofessional orna- 11
...-uw, (*u«i pi«Acaeui• uatv otou I
carried into the lecture-room the for- «
bidden embellishments. But the Min
ister of Justice baa interfered to cor- J
rect the scandal, and the learned coun- '
sel will no longer be permitted to dis- i 1
pensc with their razors, The incident j
has given occasion not only to a great f
deal of grumbling un tbe part of those
gentlemen, but to some considerable '
amount ot' discussion in the public press ■
a- to the history of mustaches.
I ff" A correspondent of the Loudon
Tim** tells a story a Cassack
Captain, of ongnifieeat physique, who
i sat down to dinner with him at a decent
Servian table d* His ample ilress
hid a splendid small sword as sharp as .
a razor, a revolver with sixteen chain- I
hers, and two others of smaller size. ,
He had two formidable knives, sixteen j (
and eighteen inches long, and bitterly
regretted not having his rifle with him.
When asked the use of the knires, he !
laughed, and said: "Why, to be tare, to
scalp the Turks; we never take a Turk
alive. I have 500 Cossack, every one J
of them lias knives, and every Turk will
be scalped." His viewa on natters j j
generally were equally singular. He <
pitied Turkey, which, he Baid they '
would overrun in a fortnight, and spoke 1
scitrnfully of Germany, saying that 1 J
when Itussia had done with Turkey she
j w.xild invite Franoe to divide Ger- (
many liataeen them The Cossack
Captain was >{uito in earnest, and was
evidently an intelligent man speaking '
English and French fluently.
CI STKB'S COURl^Bir.— The first time
< that General Custer Mt his handsome
eyes upon his future wiffe was when he
was fifteen years old, and going to j
school in Monroe, Michigan. Going !
along the street one day. the rough,'
flaxen-headed boy passed a little black \
I eyed, eight-year-old girl swisgiag on
the gate She was a pretty little crea
ture her father's pat and only child, '
and naturally spoiled. Bba said archly,
her little face dimpling with smiles, >
"Hello' you CusUr boy!' Then fright
enod at her owa temerity, turned and
' fled into the house. It waa love at,
first tight with the wild young savage .
of fifteen, and he tb+n and there
vowed that ""rn* day that small girl
should be bis wife. And so she was,
but only after many lovers' woes.
Judge Racon. pretty I.itzie's father was
for a long time obdurate toward the
' young man. who h* feared was fickle
' and unstable, ard his daughter and her
•uit -r submitted moat patiently to his
will until it last he r*lented.
THE ISFLCBTIC* or PiCTrat* —A i
; niom with picture# in it and <*oe with
» out pictures differ nearly as much as a
* rot-iin with and without win«biws.
Nothing, w* think, is more melancholy,
{\artictilarly to a person who has to pasa
much tune in his room, than black walls
an 1 nothing on them, for pictures are
s loopholes of escape to the s.«l. leading
r it to other scenes and other It
:i is soth an inexpressible relief to sotae |
» jvraitns engaged in writing, or even
i» reading, im hx»king up not to have his i
< line of vision hjuare off by an j
v »iioua white wail, but to find his soul
e soaping, as it w ere, through the frame
d ?an exquisite picture to other ?«eauti-;
u ful and perhaps idyllic scenes, where
the fancy of a moment may revel, re
e ""reshed and «iciigbted Is'it winter in
d your world' perhaps it is summer in
tt the picture What a charmiag mocseti
tary change and contact
MISCELLANEOUS
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, *. L. -ftiowr*. J. I*. fcrow.
<Mtj Surreyor C. & IXpat j Surveyor
THORYF & S\OW.
' CIVIL lISIIEIIS SOfIVEYfiBS
Seattle, W. T.
j Ofiet i<r tit u i, /i.itrancr •„
Strati.
J
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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 Block* in this city.
Ballard &Jisner,
8a«-<*«»or» to Robert Muiufactur
SASH, DOORS,
7
Blinds, and
Mouldings.
Bpacial attedtion given to
SHIP WORK.
Factory UnJer Coluuin's Mill.
Mttl#. Oct 3. 1876. „4tf.
Pniel Sound Soap Factory.
C. MTRIM k Cft,
Proprietors.
Corner Xiis and Second Streets.
Tha very l»at quality of Family Soap manu
factured and for Mir at Han Kranciaro factory
SPECIAL.'
Logger* and mill men should not fail to ex
lalMOur New Skid Oreaae ; It in better than oil
and much cheaper. Only jo Ont» a Oar.on.
and merchant* will tied it to their
advaatafa to giro ua a call. M-pjtf
«l IK<
L>«»ler in Second-hand {
(lolling, Blankfts, Walrhr* nlnJJrwrlrj
Tailoring. Cleaning aiul Repairing. (
Commercial St., bet. Washington Jb Main i
»miE C&RBIABE FACTORY.
__ <
Mr* August Harms,
As »iperlence«l an! dwt-f'iM n and Oar
rte(MUkir. r»c*Dtlf from WW« u*in, having
op«o*d • Cftrrtage Manufactory and Repair Shop
In connection with Brannan'v blarkmnHh sh.'P on
Sd STREET. BETWEEN MILL fc WASHIKOTOS
Wlafca* to unoanrr to the public Uiat he 1* pre
pu»d to make all ku. ta of
Carriages to Order, ami Kepair .
Hacks Ruccies & Wagons.
CARRIAGE TBIMMING AND PAINTING DONE
M'Ufttlftfartlon guaranteed. olTtf
~ ' ——— mmm •
Clark & Eustis,
fONTR.WTORS & BULDERS.
i
OIARASTKKFIIiST-CLASS WoJth'
A T TDE LO WBs T liA J AX
Bm ft complete outSt fur raiatng an.! arsoTlng
klUlnil and triU attend to *w)i wltL
prMtptaM* and <Uspat.h.
j
Front Street, o|>i**»te the Pavilion
mW&kw it
V I C K'S
ILLUSTRATED PRICE CATALOGUE,
fifty SuO with Deacrtp
tines at th -inn 1r of tLf tx»l K v«<*r« toil \rgn.
, USkt in th# world. and thft »»' to jtrow «t*m~
all for» Two Ctsrt pi»tajf* .taujp I*riul» l in
German and Cog'.ut.
Tkk't liftrftl Wiuj-t*rlj, 25 c« nt.
*• Flftftfr ami VfffUklf <■•«*.• I
lw, SO c«sti U> paper , in elacaat ck-th corrr»,
ti oo kxitv. James VICE.
Rocbeater, NY.
MORTON HOUSE.
j Post Street, Above Kearney
SAX FRANCISCO.
W. (B. GBAHAV, Proprietor,
F*fin«Hy tb« Pit Trw*. Oaiirrr** 0» nnty
PfeiAc CV&(r*w rtzf.
Ooutj isd !*!• • f ViaftUt, C»: »«<a
i ISAAC A. PALMER,
; ltif «»<•!,
SEATTLE, W. T.
i
U MfpiwJ to fnrtuh *r>4 spECIFI
i C+YK>» for BCILDUia la «U its boadu*. m»d
apoMaad U»tr wtuntwr.. »W4-»
MISCELLANEOUS.
R. C. GRAVES.
7
IMPOBTEB ASD DCALEK IX
FURNITURE
Just rec*ir*d a fine a.vH»rtmect of
Bed-room Sets,
Extension Tables,
CHAIRS. WINDOW SHADES
tfe.
Ai«o k<ep» a fineatock of
Pictures, Picture Frames,
Mouldings, kc.
Give me a call and aatiafy vonraelvca aav I
pricaa.
FRONT STREET, - Seattle, W. T.!
CRAIG & HASTINGS,
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Stone k Burnett Wharf,
SEATTLE, W. T.,
I>r»ler# In
j »
Grain, Hay & Fan Prodocej:
Goods receired on storage
in Wharf Warehouse at rea
sonnhlo ■**<* trto 1
Forwarding and Cominis- 1
sion business promptly at
tended to. <
Goodsdelivered and freights t
collected. 1
All business entrusted to
our care will receive prompt J
and careful attention.
Saddle-Rock ! <
CHOP HOUSE,!
Open all hours of the ilay and night,
at which the
IIKMT OF FARE.
On the Kburimt time, cm bo got ott the mu*l j
rt>**oii»ble rub term*. I
K-niulit* with (h/t f fTt at 50
Centi J*r I<>o.
Van Wie & Knudson. ,
BlCtf Strert, Se«ttl«, W, T.
PUGET SOUNDSTONE:YARD
it the Foot 4>f Srfond Street, SEATTLE
Every rirtrly of (Vmrtc* Work wmW 1i
Marbi- and all other Htune. with n«aU>Mft and
dispatch.
A1a0.%11 kindaof BuiMlftg Material kf?t
for the market
ASki, tdfDi for the ml* of tbe San ioM Lint*.
AH order* promptly filial, and aatlafactlon guar
i anteed
Seattle. Ocb-ber 16. 1#75
Hi STATE INVESTMENT
( AND
INSURANCE CO.|
Firo cfc Marino. {
Cash Assets, - - $480,000.
Principal Office. No. 409, California St- .
San Francißf.
offices »t
P*Tt* Dentin*. A i BaT*wr. Ylca-Pr. >
CiitLU n C»a*i»o. Secretary
4. P. MOV .41.1XU, * ft.. General ApuM
; t y *u n ai <1 *aab:* »v.n. I* rtland. Oregon
>:R*T-< I AM KIS>K» SOLICITED
C. C. Perkins, Agent.-
I. <». o. w~
OLIVE RBAXf H
X* Lod«*. H» «. v.'*u
tTWT WEDNESDAY
, tTEXirO it th o'clock,
la the Mmvuu oai).
I lfMuben of vk« (#te an tantad ti fttt—t.
by order <A tbft K S
MISCELLANEOUS
Crawford LHarrington
IMPORTERS AM) JOBBERS
SEATTLE, -\V. T.,
Hare on hand a largo and well assorted stock of goods in
Ir consist in*; of Foreign and Domestic
Hardware and Outlerv
Iron and N(w k l. aborted.
Black *lll it li and Carpenter Tools.
Agricultural and Mining Implement**.
Crockery and <»la««w are. Paints A Oil
Hemp and Manilla Cordage, Groeeriesand ProvisionfcWt&ea,
Liquors, Etc.
AGENTS FOR THE|I
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF LONDON, At \
Or TALBOT COAL, FOR CITY TRADK, FOR BALE'FROM Hl||
reattlf J B * w ' FORD & HARRIGTOW. -1
SEATTLE, . T., July Ist, 1873. f
VERIHCT AHVAVS FOR THE •'*"
DAVIS MTICLE FEt
SEWIKS MACHINE, {
The Centennial Gold Medal and Diploma fllM
The Scott Medal, "* fEJi
The Franklin Institute Medal
The Report of the Centenuial Commission says: " The DAVIS is iL
Mijki A 7<V VJtVhVrtl 'hi.fftYiai an<L const ruction, a<l anted to the
range of work. IPM ||
»«<» Mtl.f.rtlon VNIVEBBAL. In 11. cou.trnctl.rn it SW* lll
IRA nf AT I FV T" "P O !'»' """" AH » U of what la her* cltliMd. Ui« MamiMAglfl
OO Sft IDIIUT T< »v* T,» r r ?. « !*■ ' rW r f " r •"»">«"'"»< "«• tor a lucre
! * '* runuJug ami wmlly .oiupreliendeJ . baa an
Thu I 1 i » , r w»r. w»M. H. to a niaclilniat. U panitlvo proof of duraSßw •
linu rf> "' lT ' " lorr Ml ,laN ar "' foii.pUmonlary Testimonial. than any other In tbelQß
AGENTS WANTED IN A 1.1,1 \()('(TIMED TKRIUTOI^jj
El UAI I . Agent for |
■ Washington Territafjf J|
CHERRY STREET SK.'TTU:. '.vjfc %
Seattle Brewery, 1
CORNER MILL & EOI'RTM STREETS, SEATTLE 1 t
SLORAH & OOJ
Proprietors, and Browora o*
SUPERIOR ALE, PORTEi|
And the only
Genuine Laser Beer
Made in Washington Territory.
Our liottled Ale and Porter is equal, if not M4p#f|j
rior, to any foreign brand.
Cliiibcrjg Brothers..
WHOLESALE & RET AIL;
DEALERS IN
Choice CJroceries, I
Ami ke< j> MMUfitl} OU hand
OBESOICiTY FLU C-JBS HEAL. BYE MEM B6CKIBE&T Mill|
Rice Floor, and Feed*
A w » w»U ftti-ck of «B
Crockery, Glassware, & Table Cutlery*
| Wl»ii h tli«y J>r V* t »■ 'l.i ftj-»r thftn ftiijr > th*r h'-'ift* in Scftttlft
FRONT STREET, SEATTLE, W. T. II
HALL Sf PAULSON.
Mitj'ift 1 I***)"™ in
Our * . ,h a: lo did# i. iilliJlllltlMlßi •
ISO. SIX.

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