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THE DIILT INTELLIGENCER.
Mr DAVID JUGGINS. THE DAILY IXTCLLIVEirEt fas wMteiM every ■suit. <«a»eays«*- • tptetf.j sad dcUr«r*d tn •afaaatom wr»kf« :n IM rtty. st *5 eeats pt w*k. payable tc ti»# tlvrw; Sa|'<« rnpim le mU Par aaaaK, 9ie.ee ta adraa«a. THC VKEHLT mU.UMXC'KB. Tblaold «o A popular journal of Wtifrn w»*h luv*. with Um largaat eifnalaAto* of u> la Um Tarritwry. la poblieSed trrrr Hat ir-lay Boraln*. Tara* Taeee Dalian p*r a&d ■am. ta advar ca. Ctiity and City Official PTMH. Monday, January 16. DROUGHT IN CALIFORNIA. From tha many accounts that have reached us from California, it would Mem that the farmers of that are almost panic-stricken in view of the absence of rain and prospect of another \ famine year as disastrous as that of 186-4 and 5. A dry wioter in this Territory means a mild and genial sea toe with perennial bloom and vegetation continuing through the year. Even yel roses and various flowers continue blossoming in our open gardens. Hut la California it meaus drought and tattering, with bankruptcy among tne agrieattarisU. The more sanguine of their j<airn«ls do bone ol copious showers yet to Call in time to secure a crop, citing the example of sotne former years. Nevertheless the chances are overwhelmingly egaiust a sufficient all after this date, to secure a full crop for the State. Besides, uules* the rain is timely enough to enable the prepare - tory plowing to get well advanced by the first of February, it will be im possible to get as large an acreage seeded even if the spring should prove wet, as if the season were early, There are many tracts lying near the tea •oast, and of dykel marsh lands that will produce good crops in dry years ; hot the great grain districts of the Sac* ramento, Sen Joaquin and Northern California, without au abundant raiu fall will present a bare espouse of parched aridity at harvest time. Such a calamity will be severely fck throughout tbe whole coast. It will check immigration to California, and therefore may lighten the demand for lumber— though that business was never twtter year of 1885. A counter effect will be to raise the price of grain and other farm produce so as, in great measure, lo equalize the receipts of the farmers who do raise a crop with previous years; with tbe diminished trouble and ex pense of handling smaller bulks. The Cirmeis of this Territory will reap a bonanza in larger profits and a sure market for their grain, in consequence of which improvements will l*j pushed on farms that have stood still for years, and new farms will be opened in the fallow waste, thus evincing the t»euign purpose that is. "out of seeming evil. Still evolving good." TELEGRAPHIC Special io The IWJLr M*rTELLK3KLr€KR. CAUFOIKU. SAX FIUXCI.KO, Jan. 13.—Edward Lindsay, a native of Ireland, resident of Nevada city, suicided at tho Alts lodging house Sacramento street, near Montgomery, this morning, by shoot ing himself through the head. He left • mite asking tho landlord, ccroner and reporters to make as little ado *t«out his case as possible. Clear aud cold this morning Wind atill north and quite fresh. Similar weather reported from the northern portion of the State. The same tnie of the ceutral portion as far south as Mo- desto. At Yualia it is cloudy with in dications of raise Drizzling rain at Lee Angelea now and heavy raiu there and at San Diego last night. UITKHI STAIKI. NEW YORK, Jan 18 -A TH l uh* edi torial says the uuexpected has happened again as usaal- JuU as Grant seemed to have put away partisan considera tions from hi? public a(ts, and was win ning by his patriotic bearing respect and admiration of men who have cnti- j ©ized him m<*t severely, and even of th»*ae win have him he •neariover the whole picture with one sweep of hit pen. He has placed Mur tagh again at the head of the Washing ton j«4ice U«ard. although thst gentle man is rating now under charge of having conoocte 1 a vile conspiracy again** the reputation of member* of Coiijjrw*, and although (\>«ui t«> the President only thr<v days ago a lull abolishing the U«t 1 which both Houses bad unat tmously larjjHlv to get rid of Murt was ready to show himself an innocent msn. Grant might se. m mure excusa ble. but Murtagh's a!t.»rney sjH-nt the whole if yeetetday tryiug to e>LabU»h •ot bts client's blamelessuees, but hi* Accuser's inefficient y as chi« t of police. After thie there is no toiling when tto** t BfccjA«4 Mf be appointed mWaUr 1 te >MW« a«sat.ee.»iMikn ~ j en rich the language of courts with bis t picturesque profanity. To pat it mildly. 1 this action it characteristic. 1 The JFerif* Washington special say* « A e<"'3l promise now if probeWe in * Louisi.au a whereby N'i hols will \>t Governor. Ntw YORK. Jan 13.—The 2'r Washington special says: "For tne first time since presidents wire elected. 1 * gr- a*. party controlling one branch of 1 Congress assert-. it is the right of either 1 House to rej«ct the vote of a State be cause cf alleged fraud in a political canvass. This novel claim is utterly abhorrent to the spirit and letter of j choosing the President. It is * man- j' strous outgr iWth of greed for power of the parly long excluded from the flesh 1 pots of office. Curiously enough it is put forth by the very party that is the j historic champion of State rights. The j House if to throw out the vote of any State it chooses on the ground it does j not like the way it voted, for that is what the new theory amounts to. There are always frauds and allegations of fraud on both sides after a close election, and it is only necessary io charge fraud in one or more States to throw the choice of President into the j House. Congress may as well abolish all pretense of election by tLe people." The correspondent then proceeds to j show by argument and fact that pre- j cedents quoted by the Democracy , are no precedents at all, end i continues: "It is scarcely to be hoped j that conference comm.ttees will agree. There are only two methods of com j ■ promise possible that do not involve a j yieldiog by one side or the other of the ' whole matter in dispute. Oue is to re fer questions at issue to arbitrament to some tribunal outside of Congress—a : course which few are disposed to take. The other is to fail to make the count and thus bring about a new election. Politicians of both parties fear a new election, and the people are directly opposed to such sottlement. Besides it i might prove no settlement at all. Who ! can be sure that the result would not | again bang upon some other State, and j that the Democratic committees would not again insist on rejecting its vote. ! Then there would be a third election in ; 1878, and the ridiculous and eipensive I farce might not stop there. Perhaps i' it is best committees should not agree, for then the Republicans will have to cut the knot, and reaffirm the inter pretation placed upon the constitution hy its framers. Democrats who are advising Republicans not to ruin their party by counting Hayes in, shonld re member that the lawful returns now i ate, count him le? There is "no" way lo . escape from the result tbey produce except to approve of the doctrine , which makes Presidential elections nul lities unless they turn out to suit th« ! majority in the House of Representa tives." Ntw YOKK, Jan. 13—GOT. Stanford, of California, has purchased the youug stallion Bouton, It is laid he paid $ 15.0(H). Beuton has a record of WASHINGTON, Jan. 13— John Parker <>f Albany, Oregon, one of the electors appointed by Cronin, testified that he was not armed ou the day of meeting of the electoral college. Benj. Simpson, Surveyor General of Oregon, testified that he conversed with Gov. Grover in relation to Watts' ineligibility, about the middle of No vember. and that Grover then stated he had rewired two or three authorities in relation to Watts' case from the East, but that they conflicted with authori ties which be, Grover, had looked up in connection with the case of Watts. XEW Y<»RK, Jan. 13—Samuel Morri* and child of Cronbufg Park, New Jer sey, were burned to death at their resi dence, being unable to escape from the burning building. The World"* New Orleans special ( says Warmoutb, Pimhlmck, Carey, 1 Judge W bailey and others, are among i those who declare that Nichols is elect* ! ed, and recognise Nichols as Governor. I WASMISOTOX, Jan. 13—C. C. Jor dan, Cashier of the Third National Hauk of New York, testified before the Senate committee on privileges and elections this forenooa, in regard to the Oregon check. Be ordered Martin «fc Itunyon to draw the check for SB,OOO December 6th last for Ladd A Bush, of Saleiu. Oregon. Witues* ordered the check at tlic mstanceof Col. William T. Pelton, Secretary of the Democratic |N >t tonal Committee He «inl uot know what the SB,OOO was to tie used tor. but inferred it was for political purposes He only kuows now that the check for SB,OOO was returned unuswl. S. J. Tilden is director of the bank in which witueas is oeshier. Tilden owns SOB,OOO worth of etock in iauk Wit- i neea was personally respond ble UiMtr- I tin <k Runyon tor the SB,OOO. and Col : WM T Pelton was personally respon ! aible to witness Gov. Grover, recalled t*tili«| be had never written a letter ' to auy )>er<on in which be. Grover stated t'ut (r»>v Tilden w>>ulJ g« t one electoral vote f»* President from Ore gon. NEW Jan. 13.—N0 ballot for I nited States Senstor has beeu bad I 1,1 Republican legislature Senate st I' without «*qnornut Senator Dreaux, wb i. 't the H-i übluai S,t»ate jester- 1 day. ass •<%.-» U lit. the Democratic 3e«)»te to d«y. kepre<erU'iTe Brown also Irft thw Republican House »cd watt a latter to the Dtmo.ra'ic House returned elected bj ] 'K * . . the Returning Board. he did not believe te was elects! and would as'< for a seat in the Democratic legislature. H&d another ball vt tor Unitt-d Ststes !>ena tor. No choice. Fron: Sat irday'i Ores 4 AI.IFOKM I. SACRAMENTO Jan. 12 —The jockey club to-night put Dp a sp»*cial purse race over the Agricultural Park course for May 19?b. entries to dose February 17th, with John MiCiTil, Secretary; raee four imi»- u 1 repeat, free tor all; parse $5.000. SA» FEASCISCO. Jan 12 —The trial of ex-pensi<>n agent Bennett was c<~>n cluded in the United States Circuit Court to-day, with a verdict ot "guilty as charged." Coun.-el g* v 6 notice ot motion for a new trial, to come up on Monday. SAX FRANCISCO, Jan. 12 —lt has been blowing heavily from the north since midnicht. The streets bave beeu un swt-pt for weeks and the city is envel oped in a cl<>ud ot du«t. The following reports are just received from the in terior. SASTA BARBARA. Jan. 12— Noon.— The sky is heavily overcast; horizon heavy; a stiff aouthwt-strr blowing, rain reported as having fallen a few miles to the eastward. VAU.EJO, Jan. 12.— Furious north wind, not considered to be injuring crops. STOCKTON, Jan 12. Wind strocg from the northwest. Crop prospects discouraging: cattle ranges bare; the last few days indications of rain. Los ANOELES, Jan 12. —Clear and cold; sharp north wiud; no sigus of rain; with copiou-i rains within two or three weeks will have an average crop; otherwise the yield will l>e routined to irrigated lands; cattle will suffer with another week's drouth SACRAMENTO, Jan. 12 —lt has beeu blowing a gale from the northwest f< r the last two days. Weather shares say it will come frotu the South by Sunday or Monday, bringing rain. SHASTA, Jan. 12. —Yesterday, indi cations of rain; suuw tell iu Trinity Valley last night SAN JOSE, Jan. 12. —N0 signs of rain; heavy frost during the past week; • a norther blowing to- lay; crop pros pects dubious; rain badly needed for grain and feed. EAftTERX RTATEN. WASHINGTON, Jan. 12. President Orton, of the W. U. T. Co., will be brought before th« House to-morrow. He is here, but his counsel is unpre- For some reason the Democratic managers do not now consult Tilden as formerly. Some state be is irritable on account of the v*st amount of money he has wjuandrred on an uncertainty. NEW OKI.KANS, Jan. 12.— This after noon, General Ha<lger, cf (iov. I'ack ard's militia, with a ln>dy of men, vis ited the residence of Mr. Pinchback and demanded ad mist ion in the name of the Senate, in search of four Sena tors believed to be concealed there. Pinchback said he didn't recognize any such authority for invading his prem ises, an J if he attempted to enforce un eutrance, he would do so at bis peril, and refusing to say whether the .Sena tor* were there or not. Gen. lia lg»<r left after intimating that he would re turn with a larger force, and Pinch back, it is said, then invoked the aid of Nichols' police, who are on duty in the neighborhool Everything quiet at the £t ite house t» night. The Tnnst ' New Orleans special savs the Democrats arc under «xpi ctttton that Packard will make an .ffort to re gain poMe«siou of the Supreme Court rooms. To prevent this the g neral com man ding the White Le*gue has is sued an order to his men. which says in case they are needed to defend the courts they will be summoned by sig nals on the fire alarm bell*. Upon hear ing the uuinber 22 aouuded. the White League ar« to assemble with all dis patch at Jackson *qu%re. Ringing of the number 3.1 will take the nan to La&yett* square. The fire alarm tele fraph and all p*»lic*- stations are in pos session of Nichols* men. Nkw Yi.uK, Ja-j. 12.—The New York Time* this morning publNhes what it call* the truth of th. Bennett-May du«l, the (letaili ha\ ing been procured from the nry high-»t sutbor.ty. Th* duel was a fare from beginnirg to end. After one shot w<n tired !<■ nnett said he wm sat:sie I. the challenging part; ho had tii» rigi.t t<> do so The proposition tw it«eept«d. Neither par ty received a K-mnh. There were do hand thftkiug and reconciliation. The *tory that Dennett had married M.jy's •ister and sa.led vi* I'hila lelphu u a n»er*» invention At %an>>us ciuba in the city the duel Mill continues to be the t«p,c of o mvenution, and is i« no disguising the f,rt at least that one of th« principals his ! »>t cast wry decidi ily. B- i.n»tt i» «ti!l iu X, w \ ork ai d wi>. rs :»i .*;i i;j until he \* oertaiu wheth rther proj <*e to pursue hiu» It they .In n « will go to Calitor.ua tui t'te tu t'.t< r blows over, *s he Often expres*"d * desire to visit ' th« I'a* :sc. nevs r having bei n there. ! Tiie ZiWi**' Ci:i« inniti »j»ecial says • that it is r«-jk»rtid «>n g<«d authority i that Gov. Williams ha* d. dared his in- ' Untiu# of jputliug ii,t> Ntat* militia of Indaua at once on an effiiicot «ir foot uig. Officer* are to be appointed to traverse the State and enlist men and master volunteers into legion. A force will be organized and armed, and put j in condition to be called into service at ( a moment's warning The Governor j has the power of appointing all the fleid officers above major and is himself commander-in-chief. The laws of the State provide that the legion can be called into active service when ever the j Governor declares by proclamation that there is war. invasion, insurrection or Dublic danger, or wh«"n any one of these are threatened or anticipated. This rue*vire carried out pro tlv. will put Governor Williams in command of • I formidable force. Whether it has any e«peci;»l significance at the present junc ture is a question al>out which there must l>e a difference of opinion. The TinuS Harrisburg special has j the following on the snbject of the re- j cent Republican caucus: The subject? j discussed were the Presidential compli eations and the action of the national House ot Representatives in attempting to violate the secrecy of telegraph mea suges. These subjects were fully au freely discussed. Persons here who pro ftss to be able to read the signs of the times entertain gloomy forebodings for the immediate future. They think the country on the verge of another terri ble war; that the condition of feeling in the city and Maryland, is ai bad, if not worse, than during the period which preceded the firing on Sumpter. Should the worst come, Pennsylvania will do j her full duty. The same paper saya the Republican caucus requested the Governor to place the State militia on a war feoting in view of the difficulties in the South. NEW YOKK. Jan. 12.—The Time* Washington special says: The elec toral committee of the Senate and House had a long meetiug this after noon, being in eession till 5:30 o'clock. Another meeting will be held to mor row. The proposition agreed upon by t *!• Senate committee is utjd-r consid eration. The oid, or form*i dr«ft of the proposition, has been very carefully kept secret, but the general and most important outlines are known. It pro vides that the Senate shall, on the day ot the counting of the rote, meet with the House in the hall of the latter body; and the Vice Presideut shall open all of the certificates, and tellers appoint* edfor the purpose, shall as usual, read the record and sum up the votes, but there are to be counted, in the first place, only returns to which no objec tion is made. Where there is only one return from a State, and that is object ed to, the two Houses will determine concurrence of both Houses will be re quired to reject any vote; where two returns are Bade from one State, the dispute is referred to a com miss ion or tribunal composed of nine members of the House and Senate and the four justices of the supreme court longest in session. The nine members of the House and Senate are to be selected by the appointment of fire Senators and five Representatives and then dropping one of the ten by drawing lots. There might thus be on the commission fire Senators and tour members of the House, or five members and four Sen ators. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS MARK THESE FACTS. Tbs Testunoay of tlu Whols Warld. HOLLO WAY'S PILLS. •• X had no appetite ; Holloway'e Pill gave n:« a hearty one." " Tour Pi'i* are marreloua." " I send fer another bos, and keep then ia the ho nee . " " Dr. Hollowey hae cured my headache that was chronic." '• I «»*e ..ue of yunr Pille to my bebe for cbolo. ramorbuM The dear little thing got well in a day." " My nausea of a moraine is new cored." " Your box of Holloway'e ointment cored me of noieee in the bead. I rubbed aome of yoor Oint ment behind the eera. and the noise has left" •• Send aae two boxes, I want one for a" poor family." 1 ; row* pH«s »s M canto, but the medicine to me la worth a dollar." •• fiend ma five boiee of yoor PUls." " Let me have throe botes of yoar Pills by return mail, for Chllla aad Pover." 7 I have orer » sorb testimonies ss these, bat want of apace compels me to coaclade. For Curtaneous Disorders, And sll eruptions of the skis, this Ointment ia moot invaluable. It does not boat externally alone but penetrates with the moot searching offerte to I tbe Tery root of the erll. " HOLLO WAY'S PILLS Invariably coraa the following Imnm Disoider of the Kidney t. In all dlaeaaae aflb?t<af U«m mbh, whether they secret* too much or too little water. or whether thej be aflbctad with rtoti or graval. or with achea and palce aettlad la tta loins ovar the regions of tbe kidneys, tbeae Pitla abaald ba taken C ordial to tba printed dlrartlona, aad tba Otat aieat should be wall rabbad lata tba sasali of tba tack stbM time. Thia treatment will fiveaimoet immediate relief whan all other maaaa bava (ailad. For Stom&ehs Out of Order. No medicine will ao aflbctuaily liaprova tba •oaaof tbeat-aaach aa tbaaa Mils ; they remove •11 acidity occasioned sithrr by intemperance or tup roper diet. They reach tba ltvw aad radars •t to a healthy actios . they are wonderfully eft caciima in caeaa of apaam-in fact they never fail ,r jl ? Dg •" d»*>rtfsrs of tba liver aad stotaacb » * iTll riLLB are tba beet >mn ta the •orld for tba t oliowia® dtaaaasa . A«m. asthma Bti.ivoa Complalnia. Blotchaa oa tba ttin Bow els. Consumption. DebltHy. pysipelaa. female Irragalartttaa. Fever ofali kin4s, Fi<a, Gout, Headache. ladimtton Inflata rnation. Jaundice. Liver OwpUsa Ltabesu Pi m. Uheuaatiam. Bet»otlen of uriaa. Scrofaia l r * ,n «* Kvli.Bore Throat. Stone aad Qrwve' Ti.-.Dou;our»ut, T amors, Hoe re. Wurar of all sinas a »akueaa from any cause. IMPORTANT CAUTION. N -.ce are feaalne ssleas the signature of J Hstdo. a. «e agent for the Cat tad Blatea anr" r unia each bos of PUU and Oiataseat A Land. Z iU h - « lT " 1 M/OM rwderta* anch informaUon aa May lead to tba dataction •ny I-artJ ur partiea maatarfeiuu the aiediclnee one'"* th * kßolrll ' < to ba spurt .% Sold at the mscure- tory of Paorueoa Hot- U, wsi aCo . lew by all reapactahla drn<xve*» utd dealers ia madidae throjjboat tba la boxaa at *5 canto. «} casta aad •*" ftmra ia cotkalderable aavinf by the OfflM, 113 Liberty Btreet, Itwjork. MISCELLANEOUS r.E.YOK'E. PRACTICAL WOOD TUHi; AT J D. I. Crtnr'i Shop. BBdrr folfmau's Mill. ] Patterns | Made to Order and all kiuds ot* fjod TurnioE Eiecntei at Short Notice. js-lm-dw •nsroKß PUGET SOUND AGENCY or THE. Celebrated Sinner Sieving Machine L. 8. LOYELL, Agent. Office and Depot at J. L. Jamiesons Stationery Store, Mill Street. tirMachines gold on Monthly Installments Koto or Literal Discount for Cash Also Sole Proprietor for Western Wseliinfiton of the Celebrated Combined plaiting and Fluting Machine, Oaa of the (TMtart Invention* of the day. "Every family must have one." Tor particular* ad drees L. 8. Lovell, oiTtf Seattle. W. T. Foi Male. The undersized bia on hand a Cargo of Spars •• • - • i*- 18 to 40 luck in Partners. Will Mil them round or bew<>d, to suit pur chaser*. For farther particulars enquire of Amos Brown, OlTtnj.ii. Thumton Co., W. T November 24th, 1876. ni'Htf FRBIT TREES At Red need Rate**. I have a large Stock of the finist trees In the Territory; propagated on clay-loam soil, such as compos* tba UPLAND NURSERY. The wood Is eouad, well matured, and B*bi*et to might ! A word to the viee is sufficient. Catalogue* foe. Orders solicited. Mr. Jas. P. Chllberg la my authorized Aui-u at Seattle. , JSO. M. SWAX, •"ffl Olyoipia, W. T G. L. MITCHELL, Manufacturer 4 Dealer in First CI ass HARNESS & SADDLERY MILLS 7 ., BETWEEN FIRST AND SECOND SEATTLE, W. T. BADDLES, BRIDLES, HARNESS Aad everything appertaining to the Trade con staatly on band. Carriage Trimming OOlni TO OKDEB. and prompt attention given to all orders tar NEW WORK or REPAIRING. PRINTING!! All kinds of gen eral book and job printing executed in tfce latest >lyle of the art. All order® receive im mediate attention Try oa. 11. M. Saunders, pro prietor mBUHE JOB PRINTING OFFICE. For Sale. Two Handsome Two-story Dwelling Houses And Lota, all hard finish, built by the o«y. It the corner of Third and Pike ???* Al! *° Foort< *u Lot, in Law's Addition, and Three Lots in Mens Apply to THOS. J. JACKSON. MISCELLANEOUS. NOW OPEj* THE Alt l)rj Goods, Fancy Goods, Hosiery, Gloves, &e, Ladies and lienls' Furnishing Woods. (bthiig, Hats, Caps, Trunks, Valises, &c„ dec. Our FM! Stock ii complete in everr particular, and comprise* the finest and moat ftahioukk goods in the market. We call special a.tcntion to our Clothing Department. Rubb< r U>>odaitjr br-llas. WHITE SHIRTS A SPECIALTY BOYD, PONCII k YOUNG, W. A. JENNINGS, Wholesale acd Retail Dealer lu Choice GIOCEMES, nous, HARDWARE, FINE TEAS, CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, FLOUR, FEED, &C. Imported and California Wines Foreign ana Domestic Liquors, Cigars and Tobacco. ' All Goods Guaranteed as Representel. Gotxls Delivered in the City Fru of Charge Commoroial Street, Seattle* w.T. M. A. KELLY & CO, KlilUfilSTS AND 4POTIIEHRIES Wli«»l€ k M«tle nnA SEATTLE, W. T. As we carry the stock of Drug*. Medicines. Perfumer!**. kc„ of M« LOOM ta ; can ofi, r superior inducement* to the trader* of the Sonnd for their orders fi» m -- the jobbing trade a specialty, and will *ll good* at botton prices * Ii ■* The ladles will find our Toilet Department very complete, with Mir niniil ni li i l r if»a« to'JroTe to™ 1 " ,i<ineß b " Ve ,he , 'l' l,Ution " f kp 'riD K the fiie* £it n^dabj73 Particular attention given to filling Mediciue Chests for country PbrauMi »j and Shipp. ' .W.'A'-PIONBER 3DIR.TT3- STORE ! w A dux; & oa, CHINA TEA STORE, Brick Store, Corner of Washington k Third Streets, Seattle . ®i*** l wlon h,Dd » Ur «'' mnd a*aorted utork Of TEAS of virion* m-adea lmitarM Iff ■ directly from Canton. China. We make • SPECIALTY of Tea. «nd thu *rJ ,T f*« " f *l°*' Kra ' l "J""' much cheaper than can be had at any other nMMM( till* Mde.if hau trsurtacu We itxk the |>ul>llr to rail ml MlD p|« Pnr 'f ru >U) j |he prlc# tr | tfk •* ■» *"■* CHINESE LANDSCAPE PICTURES OIL PAINTIRft |ALSO FOR SALE. Contractor., mill owner*. and other, requiring Chlnaae help. will be furnl.hed at .bort*** Wholesale & Retail Chinese Merohasb SEATTLE W T Seattle. W. T., Dec. 11th. l*7ti. ® ™ aU tf STETSON & POST* SEATTLE I'l.A NINO MIIXSi SASH,DOORS BUNDS. VRAMKS, SHUTTERS, AND WOOD FDA® of every description. SUAso.\ I h LI'MUEIi OF ALL KINDS CONSTANTLY ON BAffl FZED GROUND .It our (tillSl MILL, at Reasonable Row* H< ittlr, W T.. Frb. 13. J<fi. «/• F# JttorrlUi Wholesale and Retail Druggist, COMMERCIAL STREET, SEATTLE, W. T. Complete Stock «>f - Trusses, Supporters and Fancy ArtioW Orders by Express or Mail promptly attended to.