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DULY INTRLLIbKMER.
Thursday, June 21. 1977
AR*lvEb —rti. bark H*r> -t H uit
eighttfcn day* fr -m >an Krai a;:~d
into tbi« harbor Ia i ; o:ng itidi run
up to Y -IT S wbarf, s .»? will
diacbarge tne f» lowing lot of freight
ta-dsy: W. A Janninga. 210 pack-
of mercha ; U*>- . a bicker.
Bm. ACo If' W rthnff Jc H
1 #53 do; H. Harris. 1 «i-: Waddell A
Mile*. 13 do; Whit- A, Tenvy, ~>l iots
of iron and cj»1; J M Tenney. 11 park -
age* of merditiifliic; Hal! A I'aulson
32 do: L Hroi., 1 do; ff TC, fi <1 . {'
W, 92 do; C B M. 43 do; J 8. 10 do;
W H A K do; T W H 12 do; CO II
3 do; W H R 2 do; W G 37 do L -> li
n do; A KlO do; I' Bro». 4 do;
J C H 7 do, F EMI do; S G W 3 do.
WAR 5 do. ( aptam Wat*»>n r«-port*
a very plctatat trip, with **»th
er all the w*y. lia apoke sever*; vn
»el» in the Straits and 'ower Sound, but
none for this port. The Harvest Home
will load fml at the Settle Company's
wharf. She will take b'-r turn next
atter the CKmyn.
CAK&YJXO PA-.RVM - KOU S-n I
Iso. — The steaui'-rs <Mt- rand Messen
ger both trr.v«d from up the Sjnnd
yesterday afternoou. the latter aVout
ten minutes in a 1 vance of tin- former,
and Uith with a goidly number ot pas
aeug'-rs. l>etw»-e!i *>«.tb L«'a*s
to atjout fiitv «lt tol<i Th< oppo
sit;*ii tth;' b has tieen so long sustaineii,
now appears to o«- narrowing down to
a focus, and the probability »» that <>n*
Ijotvt or the other will *o<>n be obliged
to resign the route. The Captain of
the Utter announces th<»t he will com
mence to-lay to carry passengers for
nothing, through to Olym i>ii an 1 all
up H >und au<l way j«srts. He will like
ly find a large crowd ready to travel on
such terms As one of our German
citizens appropriately remarked ystrr
day ''Wu it vas cheaj>er not to drave!
dan to stay at home, d< n dc l>e pbs vas
all on de drave! "
Walla Wai,i,a Itkmh. Mr. D
Chapman w»i seriously injured on Sat
urday by the upsetting of hi* wagon
with a load of woo<l . . .The Sl<it:inu t/«
estimates the increase of the agricul
tural population of Walla Walla county
by .lumigratiau at ninety farmers per
week... .Arrangements are l>«ing made
for locating sixty square miles of dry
laud between the Shoshone (Snake
river; aixTtbe Touchet, under the des
ert land act. There is no water nearer
tbsn six miles... .The O. S. N. Co are
making arrangements fur moving
tons of province weekly As soou a-;
tb .' grain comes in they will commence
to earry down 300 tons per day.
FT The steamer Fanny Lake ar
rived lini'- Iroin the Skagit yesterday.
The captain reports nothing new at that
point, excepting that a large amount
of logs are bring driven down the river
at present The steamer took ou a full
(SSgo ot wtieat h«re fur down S- u nl.
including some to t or fifteen tons of
merchandise from Schwabacher l»ro*.
•fc Co.'a establishment for the Luinmi
reservation She will leave tint morn
iug for there, and nil intermediate port*
on the routt at T o'clock this morning
UT.Mr. I'crry Dun Held int'orim i n*
last evening that li»* had | M -1 sold In-
Duwaomh river farm to the \Ya Choug
—Chinese—Conpany, fur The
purcha-ers intend to construct a large
company house, hospital and temple
there as a h< ad.junrter for nil the Chin »
men of tint company on the Mound
The teiuple will be oo« upied eventually
by Josh and placed in charge of u ( hi -
nese priest
or The hark Caroline K e l sailed
from l'oit lllakely for S*u Francisco
night before last, and the lionti* r W
L. Beebe arrived yesterday frotu the
same plact<. This make- eight vessels
Uow in port at liUkoly all told. The
will is running fall blast night and
day.
I'.V IH. lut'ttovKUEX ß* —The Willi
pa Grange, of l'acific county, are build
tug a hall and warehouse a mile from
Woodard's.... Wood A. Co. are also
building a warehouse at Malli*' Land
ing The crops will IK* heavy on the
tributaries of Mioalwater Hay.
LST McDonal I. the bunko >harp,
who was committed to jail some time
ago t.) aw..it tin* action of the Grind
Jury, w is brought eut yesterday on *
writ of otj •<», and again (com
mitted to jul to await the decision of
the Ju.lgi*
I'OKT - -We n>» HAVE U e t" >!: •>»
iog veas Is in poit Shi|*s Wasningt<m
Lit'by and Western Shor. . I>ark- Aur< -
ola, J. # H. Hell, Osiuyn and Harvest
Home, all under charter t r S»att!e
coal; al»o tin hug North Star loadii i;
Talb >t coal
Wr rise U»rk eleven .lay*
from San F r anci-:o, saia-l mtv th«*
lower of th harU>r !•* f.-r
--last atn! taiuo t » an li r u little a'<vt«»
Smith s core She will KM I Seatt'.**
coal AS uaua<
Of Congregational Awociatioc tN'n
*en»»« t > t'ay in ti»'* Coiig:eg*ti. nil
Church in tastily Ttir t - ■»«!■ ■* \
»lay all ojwu to th<» public. A»-ot. a
tionsl *»"iu -li this #voi«iug at So« k
t»y K» rl>it li ray,'of Oregon C:!y
M u wi.n n —Mr. Donald Maclesy
of the firm of Corbitt A Mico*ay, of
Tort laud. is tt*n<?r». ting .* atone uiaii
•olwuru ill l.ont Fir Ce'.netry >\l'*fes»t
and V> t-»*t
'•urinl eh tmbt>r> an i the >.« st is $ .
»•!*" The u;» mt*rs and ! u nds cf the
Congregational As*> .*!ion will have i
tik ial reunion on Thur*lay afteriKX>n,
•t tb* r«side»Kv ot" l>r Wnxi. trvm t
vi'clw'k All arc cordially invite 1.
llor Ikttrox BROWS BHEin on Sun
«t*jr morning nt the Ecrcka Fakery
SH V —» BE JSTOFPED —We are crei
ibiy i f.rn ei that parti-j ao Ce«i..r;
river have recently s >e»« engaged in a ;
«'*» * V i -t- : f trout in that j
itu by at giant p*-w Vr
tr: ig - I n«- enrtr; ig<-« bave I- en *-x
--plodc-d in grea* numb«-r«, we ar> told,
d jri'jg *he ja«'. few ue-k*. and at each
exj*3 sion water in the vicinity has
been liurailj covered with ie* i tr ,ut ,
of all »uei. from the smallest yout g
■ ne . » hi' ii ar«- no use to the destr y
to the Largest plump pan fish
It i* only latter th<*y have pr
t<-r. i-d t -avc. of ru.irs.-. and many oi
tbeui hiv been lost after (wing killed
If tl;i« wanton destruction of tbe trout
in tii-tt str'-im (jv tbi* partus iu fja; j- '
t: >n :* rmitted to 0.-ntit,ue.it is safe to
predict '.Lit that th»-y will be » thing f
tbf pa«t :n Cedar river after t iiis reason.
If it *. oiiiy the wholea;tle de-truc
t»o:. of the large trout that was caused
by the means employed the tbi. g
would i>- bad eis< igb to warrant the
m »vt •»-v» re condemnation ; but as not
►-ven the v-ry smallest members of tha
tiny tnb ar* fr> iu the deadly
•hfcck, ai d are destroy«d to no pur
>>o». %ki.u?»-v« r the t!;ing i< an absolute
that »houl I at nnce di*<-on
t.iiU" t :»n 1 stepped effectually.
Tit*' stMiatr Zephyr arrived
h r»» y»«•«■; Jty from Uay,
br. up vwnc twenty-six pa>s«m
g>-r* at d ii«out sixty tons of pro-luce
as freight The purser informs us that
there is considerable talk at the Bay
al 'Ut the g>>id discoveries on the N<x>t
*a< k, another purty having arrived at
S.- home from that section recently af
ter supplies, and tak»,-n away with them
f r the diggings a considerable num
ber of friends and a general
r« -uiforceineut. One gentleman who
cawie up on the boat in formed us that i
tlio only reason why there was not ;
already H general eacit ment al>out the !
No<jtsatk gold diyguign un tho Sound, ,
was that the mines were too near j
home for "distanre to lend enchant- ]
ment." There in undoubtedly from all :
that we can l»«Hrii, a very od found a •
tion for the leported richness of the
diggings If there be gold there in
paying quantities as reported, the fa(t
will likely I ■ established before long.
There are no vessela at Sehome. The j
mines are running as usual.
A Choir for tub Fourtu.— A num
ber of our young people have broached
the idea of getting up a choir for the
Fourth of July, and the movement is
in a fair way to meet with succesn.
The idei is an excellent one and we
hopo to see it carried into effect. The
choir shotild be organized immediately,
as a litiU* preliminary practice will
make th singing of the national airs
on that <xcation all the inoresrceptable.
It should also represent the musical
t-*h r»t of our city, and not be deficient
in n uiL r. We may, however, antici
pate no failure of this kind from pres
ent indications. Those who would
like to become members of the choir
should b ave their i ame at Humphrey's
imm* liately.
l~f*' The sle».mer Nellie brought up
twelve passengers from Snohomish last
evening and a lot of shingles as freight.
She t'H>k on a lot of lutub -r here yes
terday and other fieight, and will leave
on her return trip at 8 o'cl' k this
iin-ruing. The captain informs n that
the logs are still coming down the river
at it rapid rate, and, despite the large
lots taken away weekly, are accumu
lating at Priest's point rapidly. There
are now aUjut *»,000,(«00 feet or over ' i
boom at the point
l~tf" We wt re favored wjth a rail
yesterday from Mr. Kuhinson, traveling
of the Seotch Type Foundry of
Messrs. Miller A Kieliards of San Fran
ei 00. He has been makinir an exten
sile tour thmugh Oregon and tbis Ter
ritory. and ha* oht ioed more orders for
new outfits fur various newspapers now
established, and to l e shortly published,
than were ever given before in any one
year oa the coa>t
ur The A*tort<in .-ays the British
ship Isle of Bute will clear with 89,87">
eases of salmon aboard, valued at s•"> 5"
pel ca*c, $216,012 Number of salmon
at three per case. 117,825. Amount
paid fishermen at fifty ceits each,
1* 12; deduct one-third for boat and net
and there is le«t the sum of
jtaid for the services of the fishermen
on t his one cargo
t«r The steamer Fanny Lake brings
up the news of a case of aroi lei;tal
•diosrting, oa the Skagit rr er. on Mon
day last A man by tha namo of Kelly
was out hunting near the jsm, and his
gun was ar idently discharged, the con
tents enteric his head and kiili»g hun
instantly.
M«>kk New-ParKHS —A uioting
w»s h» Id ut (Mfa*. Win uian county,
•>n the l!th to rs:**' subscriptions to
ward >t »r.ii a new paper hi th*t
place. It is stated that the deaired r> -
»u!t was accvuuj lislud.
l&' A,• were in error yesterday in
Mating, .*> »t were informed. that
Judg* Burke would appear with J M
Hall iu lu half of John Kiss. in the
< as*> now peuding M«nn hini and
th<* s c A r. Co.
ir \V< rwf ired a call yesterday t"t.><u
M: !i B Phillips, agent and trare!ir<;
C. RR « l«-T t of the San KMM ;*CO
< • i »!i.> is canvassing fr »< !►-
•erilvrs to that journal
Tb" <vh uner Frith AT is the
V'TTily V ('*»«! I•• W 1' .! Mvl -n. The
bark* Y rthw>«st and Tilal Wave sre
now due there, bowrrr, and d.ii!v e\-
jvct«\!
nr Tfee bark Jam » Clu »t>m fiotu
San Francisco, arrived at 1' ri Town
seni n x't b f e U-t.
Los iaiiv..- A'l. i i i*
tor<- n>tr.i t t« b irnt ( is!ru!
l-4?~ Th« ship Western v b' re «\-
lwcted to sai t dav, f.-r San INalro
i3f The work of repairing the ship
Wa«Ltir gt n Libby u being pushed
as fast as possible, under the circum
• ancca. The Captain informs us that
it i« re w inten l«d To biT» the rejia;rs
til roo pitted in ab >ut ten days. It
oh, I<l be done in less time acre it poa
•: !? to | r-cure the r- qtii-r.e number r f
good ship carpr !-r« to pu-h the w >rk
ahead.
CoHKK'. TiON.— ID justice to MR H- <w
wr tb- erfulh , -ad without ay
solic tat' »:i on hi- pait, state that we
w. re misinformed in relation to hi#
h vu JI, *■* *t a couple of days
t. ru up any portion of tbe; S. C
A T. Co s track. portion of cur
a> ■. u«>t of bis proceedings as
the company was incorrect.
|3T The steamer M>-«*enger brought
down over thirty pa«»enger>. yistiidiy
frora olympia and up Sound ports. She
took on t-eventeen ton* of freight last
evemig. and will leave here this morn
ing with a ful. frt'.gtt an<l passenger
list The Messenger is holding hi r
own pretty well it api* ars
The r.cw twelve f.M»t sidewalk
along the west side of Commercial
street, is now all completed from
Schwatiaeber'i building to the corner
of Washington street. The improve
ment over the old clap-trap of a side
walk cannot fail to b<- appreciated
tar The strawberry and ice cr< aia t
festival held by thr ladies of the Pr*s« •
byterian Church at Yeilcr'i Hull laatj
evening proved a very pleasant affair.
The bouse was crowded full for the
mo t of the evening.
LsT Work on the steamer Libby is
still progressing, and she is already
putting o'i a pretty fine apperauce. It
'' not yet decided, we believe, whether
she or the Zephyr will make the next
trip down.
I3T Sheriff Wyckoff has nearly com- .
pit ted the new blind ditch around the
county jail The work is biiug done
by the county prisoner*. The construc
tion of the yard fence will be in order
next.
new cattle corral has taeu
constructed on Yesler's wharf adjoining
the new warehouse. The old one which
!ias encumbered the centre of the wharf
for sometime will be removed.
l~if Dr. Paul M. Brenan, lecturer,
etc., having done Portland, has just
tone to Astoria, where he will deliver
a course of his lectures t") the fisher-
Wen by the sea
ty The U. 8 Survey partv uuder
Command of Captain Ellicott will move
thtir camp about the first of the week
fuither up the Sound and locate near
St 'la'oom.
1-iT- tters frern Uruudy County,
lowa, state that there will b-3 a large
emigrati>>u from that State this year
for Washington Territory and Oregon.
ur The schooner Hay ward hauled
into the mill wharf yesterday, and will
commence taking on her cargo of lum
ber to-dav.
iar Surber's pile driver went down
yesterday to commence piling for tho
Seattle Company's new coal wharf.
Council Proceedings.
SEATTLE, June *2otli, 1877.
Tne Common Council met pursuant
to adjournment. In the absence of the
Mayor, Mr. Denny was oa led to the
Chair. Councilman present: Messrs.
Dentiey. .Matthias. Gatzert, Hall, Kin
nev and Bell.
Minutes of the previous meeting ,
read, corrected and approved.
The Clerk made his report on the
settlement with Mr. Edwards and found
s7tfl 21 due Mr. Kdwards on his con
tra* t for grading streets, and on motion
the report was accept i and filed.
M"V» d and seconded that the clerk
issue road warrants to Mr. Kdwards to
the amount of s7ls *2 for street inter
sections, and #72 .19 grade warrants for
said amount due Carried.
Moved and seeonded that the Clerk
issue warrants on the road fund to Mr.
Flward* for balance duo on bridge
cribbing at Seneca stre >t amounting to
$49. Carried
Ordinance No. 1:19 couiing up for its
passage, the yeas and i ays luring called
the vote stood, yeas Messrs I)*nuey,
Bell, Matthias. Oatiert. Hall and Kin
ney. Nay s, none. Carried.
Movei and seconded that the S2OO
vv inatit is*u*-d Deceral -r 4th, I*7B, to
Me*«rs. McGilvra Ilurke. lie allowed
on »< .-runt of expenses instead of fees,
Carrie 1
On moti >n Council adj wrned until
Thursday, JUD« 28th, P. ls?T, at ~ l ' t
o'clock r. M
I). T- WiiEKt.Bß. City Clerk
XA RRIXD
BTONE XrWTt'X On Oreas 1a1»r,.1. Jan* I2th
•t tkt imMmms of flat Mtj t j W H OifTont
J r H M Mr«» u \W Uatt« H
Wtfa at >*o uat. *' aciT. W T
\ 'trgr party f fn*o.!« km xMnl fat *:tu**a
tL* iat«r»rtia< c*r»>u; cy
MISCELLANEOUS.
Look Here!
CALL AND GET A SHINE
AT THE GROTTO.
11l t.I.Y kMITH, like It* mb tL'.tt+t f r all
Lata* aitlaiy *c ! iltlt, £Tral t l .
t»<> So h;m- ta« all i* i
X tig o ll * t* to »* y«a--
T it ctt hi* t&J TTO b KIIS|
c! artt. H K« M»W JRT IN lark:c(.
Six Tifket% for .SO tl»,
ray•» dtl
MISCELLANEOUS
k. BORREX,
Maf~acttr« ■(>' IV*.*r is
Furniture,
BEDDING,
u4
Hoisr FarnUhin* toods.
Spring Mattrasses,
Top Mattrasses,
Sofas and Bed Lounges,
Oil Cloth, Window Shades.
Mouldings.
Cooking and Parlor Stoves.
Glassware and Crockery.
Which 1 thai. sell >t Sat. >'r*rutaco prices. anJ
cheaper than aoy other fcoaae in Seattle. A call
at the Store will ccirince y>.>u of our low price#
anl the superiority ef our
Street.
Sesrly opposite the PaTilioo.
i|W <M
|FOR RENT!
A First- Clan |
.Barber Shop!
EVERYTHING FOUND.
Extra inducements offered.
Apply at this Ofllce. jeli-dlm
PIONEER
WAGON SHOP
f
Si conrf St., brt., Washington and Main.
Wagon* and Carriage* built to order, and the be»t
of Eastern lomtxer uaed In manufacturing.
All Kinds of Repairing
Don* at »Lort notice.
HORSK-SIIOKIXG
by an experienced workman. Logging camp
work done. All work guaranteed to give batli
factlon. Order* aoliclted.
J. W. HUNT.
4lCtf P. O. Bos Na. 21 J. Seattle, W. T.
NBW
* i
Butterick Patterns
JUST RECEIVED
AT
MRS. W. E. SANDERS'
COMMERCAUL STRLET, o;<p<«ite the New
Hotel. je-Vdlra
! " '
J. H. MARSHALL. ROBERT KNII'E.
Marshall kni|ie,
Stcne & Burnett's Wharf,
SEATTLE, W. T ,
DEALERS I N
grain, HAI,
v WA c» ~WJ mm ,
AND—
FARM PRODUCE !
Oooda received on Storage in Wharf War*,
houae. at reasonable rate*
Forwarding and Commission Business prompt
!y attended to.
Qouds de!iv» red and Frelghta collected
A! buimew entrusted to onr care will receive
prompt and careful attention. uiy7-dtf
i NORTHERN
TRANSPORTATION fO.'V,
Carrying the 0. S. Hails.
h, THE STEAMER J. R. LIRBT.
SH£BH||C Capt. Brlttaia. »f THE above COSQ
pany, will leave Seattle every MONDAY, at 7
: o'clock, A for Wfctdby Islsnd, t'Us'ady, La
O cner and Whatcom ; and every FRIPAV for
Whi iby Ulan 1, ttaalady aad La Coaaer return
ing on Wednesdays and Saturdays.
-<—■- fc. THE STEAMER DISPATCH.
' Capt wi'l leave fteatt e
every THT itAPAV EVKXINO. at lo or - k f r
Port T » nter-'. Sac Juas Islsnd and Hemiahnioo.
teturniac n Sundays.
Lor freight t passage app'v on board.
"i. C. RRITTAIN
Heattle. April J". 1g77. spi"-d«wtf
PlfcKT FOI.XDRY !
WHITE & TENNY,
!tacc*WM* to J F i T. W1 *•« c
\ M. Kixr»"i or IR«>N A*D BRA-sS CAST
V i a»> id' »i Hai. ) run tat" i rt/«*
<T\i#T» «11 *■%«« f ifc» S. *bJ •! it t*
with |T mirtarm Ziai-Uct,.
) a
Ths Grotto
SALOON,
111 Street. Seattle. W. T.
ALGAR K NIXON Prophet on
MISCELLANEOUS.
MERCHANT EXCHANGE
Saloon !
OX J4IU. <TRrjrr SEATTIE, vr T.
Th. Fia«t
WINES, LIQUORS &CISAi?S
CVnaiaMr iu t• r.!
F. ....Proprietor.
Bids for Work
s. & w. u. it
SEALED PROPOSILS FOR
Clearing;,
Grubbmg,
Slashing,
Grading and
Trestling
Ob the Extern;: u tf the ».»«'• iDd Vil'i Villi
Railroad froai lU ut. n to Xt-\vcat.tl« wit! 1* r. ■
reiretl by the uu.i«-r*igiie>l at his iftuc iu S. »tt <.
M> follow*
I Separate bils fat 0 . sri:: . Grubbm# sn.i
ar»- to be haude.l in ■ u M u.Uy. ihe
lltt taHakt, conditioned for tho imm«»liat<-
. dtec ad TMtla Work art to 1* handed iu v u thr
foOewtac Wadu««*ajr.
*W parties!ara as to the work mm*,) to V
■ ia, tke uadmlfMd.
1. M. OOLMAN,
... _ teperuMaormn 9 * W W R. H.
monii. w. r., fma» wu>. ir7. • j» :< <n *
Rooms to Let!
Furnished or Unfurnished.
FOURTH STREET,
BETWEEN PIKE AND VNIOX.
Seattle, June 14th. 1877. jelVdliu
Bed-Kock
BARKER SHOP!
HAVING OPENED A NEW SHOP. AND
having secured the MrYkf* of a flr*t-c'a».»
Artist, we are prrpan J to di»]>eikeie Ton*.rial
lusunea to the
Entire Satisfaction of All!
AT
Bed-Rock Prices.
The only place In the city where you < an Ret
jour money * worth. We know our trade, and
will guarantee Mtlafactioii in all «a*e*.
Shaving, 25c; Hair Cutting. 25c
Shampooing, 25c.
Ladie*' wnl Children'* Hair Catting cil
Wa*hiug % specialty.
Shop on Mill street, next door t.i St.i'harle.
Saloon. JelJ-dtr
IV I%' r W ■».
A No. 1 COOPER.
Apply to
Thus. Phillips,
POUT TOWNSEND.
May 2*.» th, 1*77. dtiu
M. L CAVANAU6H,
MANrFACTI'HRIt OF
SASH, DOOHS,
Blinds, and
Mouldings.
Special attedtiou given to
SHIP WORK.
Factory Under ('olman's Mill.
Seattle. Apri If. 1977. apl'-dtf
E. A. TOFT.
WafrbnaLrr \ Jeweler.
I WISH TO SAY TO THK OITI/ESS
Tt'l "f Srfttt> an 1 -t.iiiid l'-.rt «.»!-• I I hit'
oi»t.e<l • «l»vj • u
CHKhRY *TUEET. XF.\R FBOXT.
Whwe I *iii J r*p*r>*i lit do * J kin !« f
Watch, Clock and Jewelry
Repairing !
In ft itniitr u.»i.n»-r
•A 1 l»i u ifiuruti ti,ml ir. r fte. u
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NORTH PACIFIC
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Iron ?nd Brass Founders,
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BOOTS AND SHOES!
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INSURANCE AGENCY
H. W. ROWLAND,
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REPRESENTING
Mutual Lite InMirmo- Co vf Ni w Y<>i k People'* rut, Co. Of W©W*rk, N.
Continental Fire IIM to of NEW York NEW < >rl<IMA In*. AMIO**, NOW ' Or Irani*;
Atla< Fire Inniiraruv Cv ot ll:irt t*»r«l ; St Paul F, AM. J»a Co.. V( St P»ul ;
Franklin Fire lus. Co. of IntlianajHihs, llev. re Fire In*. o*. of BqMMI ;
Oirar»l F. A M. Ins. Co. ol i'!iil» '< !j I»i.i ife X. IM, Co,
llorro Firi lis*. Co. < t Columbii*,O : Commercial I'nioo. °* * Mian.
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NOW IN STOCK :
J. H. CUTTER,
ESSENCE OF OLD VIRGINIA,
UNITED WE STAND,
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