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BT DAVID III'. '|NS. TMB a»AILY u MMMmI M«n M*raln(. •Mlai.) *td fteliveved V> wbrrttpffi v.ywi.' r* it tkc eH». •* S3 r«sit p»r w«*k. p*y«W« to tl>* hrw. tlo.(K> lo adTu<<-<». THR «>:r.MI.T IXrCM.IUV.««'KN. TMa«&) /Ktru! <-f W. »t»rn Wn*),- | a jl Mi ym Urgent > ? way Pi;*r | a ft*' Tmrr Uitj. >• v«b!;*Le.l wry Kstarday mmwlmt T«ni Thw UalUm p»r •&- mam. la «<«u o» . a 1.00. CMRtj mil City Oflifial Pirns. Monday, June 25, 1877. THS COMMERCIAL SITU A - TION. An Itlhlois subscriber writ' , u*. r» - questing MI ro the f illowi'ig pertinent inquiry : "Tke question here with many i« ru: Will your town, l>e the metropolis on the Susan. »ft**r your country one.; be- OUMee developed * This I presume will be owing to • gfent extent to the speedy completion of the S. 4 W W. )i U., at least •*> f«*r as the b»ad of btvigktioti on the Columbia rivir If you can with go«>d >ti d for the staU"- taaut give sueh ns»urai>c<' through the columns nf your pap»-r. it would I c ( tbe means of rapidly increa«ing jr--"" (■opuletion" To tills practiml qi»' s'iou of ou' •' ,r * respondent, we can answer that it »s , On' own settled belief that Dot oalf is now but will forever liethe me * trapolia of tba great State tl »'* 1,,,w figidlf growing uk> in of the Gambia and along PV Hound. Thie opinion w and of lS *' t y ,n,lkt I* eharad »n b J * ll * bf '^thoroughly conversant with the of the country, snd who are with tha history and laws athe growth of cities. * Tba Seattle and Walla rail road is being by little every ymr; and as stead/progrei*. boaevr.* •low, is sure to re* the goal, its com pletion in o«m t£ ««y bo considered oertaia- Tbe)*l basiuww already de veloped al«tf»* U»® already in op eration or J* un der contract, w ill make it * y, nß l ,ieco of r * !l * road of en the Pacific Coast. Its ffeaf l!> ' nciM> however, will not be ouaied' until it touches the wheat - growi o*lt °f the Columbia basin, whk/ , « in,8 ° miles east of Seattle. i « are aouie points demmding eS «iatioii pur haps *» to the effect 4 J) the completion of other rail j Is. prospectively or possibly to ■ built, may have on the situation, /lei principle, that there will never be ' £ railroad built in this Territory which AWill not contribute directly or indirect ly le tbe growth and wealth of Seattle. 5 Tbat is our declar.it ion of|>oliticui prin- I eiplee which wa nail to tlu* mastheatl prepared to maintain against all chal lewgara. The maritime delnmihure ot the Yabima valley and the central plains / of tb« Coin in I tia is tli<' harbor of Seat p tie. With ber r«>tt>t built. Scuttle can eay, with out irreverence, "I aiu thetrn»» door. Verily, whosoever c«nuetli not but entereth by aune other way. !*to the the <aiuo i« u tbief ami a rohbar." 1 m. Tm*re is a grest domain, rich r.nd fall of rr«ource», througbout ell the central and north-eastern sections of tba Territory, which the Seattle ami Walla Walla Kailrmd can cull exclu sively its own. No other railroad that ie either eeriously couteuipl*te>l or like ly aver to be built, can accommodate or develop the regions in question. Even should the Northern Pacific Railroad hereafter deciu« U tspercede the Iwats of tile O. S. N. Co. on the Columbia, and extend its line parallel with that tiv«r front Kslama to where its, aattern extrusion will strike the head of navigktiou east of Walla Walla, it vroald not then tap the fertile north era and oentral valleys of tlm Ter •ftory. j? The only otheroontuigencv is wheth er tba N. P. 11. H. Co. will attempt to balkS a branch road across the Cascade Moantains by some other route thsn Seattle. A buowledge of the country esitlee this question by a r*,h»ttio <ni atam/wm. We rea<l that the cloacd gau ot Paradise was guarded by au angel beand«sH«"u • kword of flame TWU »nalogv holds goo«t in some re spects in tbe casa of our terrestrial par adise in tbe interior. Some of those wha would dictate tbe policy of the N. R- Co. in the interest of *]*>• u t>aa of commerce, have Ut n \ i braling in their echatue* l>«tween a Pbss to tha north of and • Nathrs* Pa*ji to the south uf Ntattle. b* itt tbi way of hot tbese gate* (* P*e*"l), Provide nco has j Utite 1 a fabed angel of giant projK rtsoi-s Md Iwriftc mien, wbose voic* of pro- HMttOB ia the avalanche, aud which b»eweanasioßally !>#< n eet n to braudi«h the air a sword of volcanic Aam*. Tba uorthern «me ie called 'JmsMnft Baker, and the southrrn oue Voaat Tactttaa. For our eastern oor paeatiutt to ll<M>ader tbrough such A 1 plgp (dutadrn iu tbu n<wtbcrn latitude «9|lUa broad track railn«d, and all H ®k»ry. would Completely eclipse Rwaparte'e pamir of St. llernard or MaelKmald'a a*ptoit of the Spin I** "wbv such x feat pay dm 4mA* tha* company wuutd be oUltgad * u i e •j"-'' m «.f i.:ut.d»r;ng th- j# p; - tbi.i Xaf. w;;'- of fii*ki':g " w»r »ii-*ain But the Leaguing Architect ba* op ;n>rtunfriy cr>-at>d a natural depression in *heCaMtd« liaise aixut midway |>«'*ween the two i.i utitain* that Hank our |<Mitinn lb" sonth aid < n the n'rtii. duo e-».»t. an 1 directly on the line of B<T.tth and the mouth of th • i river W sll i W i i a!le«i Sr ■•jnabni'* !'■•«» TVis w!>- i# the gr- it i bo n«l of W-?w. en tin C'.duiabiaii int«-ri«>r a:.d fbe •< a. TELEGRAPHIC. i.xrlt*sirfly to thr iMi/.r rr. THE ONLV SkW^HAftK Receiving Dispatches IN WASHINGTON THf.KITOh * « Al.iroKSi.t. SAN FK \seisco. June 'l'l Arrival fiktii C L Taylor, Port Blakely; ' (''iloma, Seattle burk Amethyst, l>el lingbaui Bay; »liip Coqutmb>, Port Madison; bark W irinirr. Nanaimo; > ship Wsr!i:twk '*or: !)ia».«»very. Hailed l'afk Vidette, Pott Ma li«o:i i KAWTKK% «.T«IK». j NKW* YORK. June 2-1. —Tbe Wvrl»Vs Washington special s:tystln.t ilr Mo*-- den has lately made a report on the re- j opening of the mint *t Charlotte, N,C , and on tbe gdd mines of tbe State He favor sthc development of the mint -, and the of The j mines have hitherto produced from *U,IMJO,tKK> to ♦ , - , O.00O > (HK) King's Mt. oriiastou mine should produce uot less tliau JMT mouth if tbe deposit holds out, of which there seems to be no doubt, from personal examination of the mines, if worked to full c.i|>acity If the placers were properly worked, North Corolina's gold production should be what it was before the gold deposits in California were discovered. Between ♦1,000,000 and *>,oo<>.ooo per annum is tin; product of the South Car olina mines, and such us Brewer, Halo and otbern would send their bullion to Charlotte, but none oi thesu mines ure in operatiou at present. The amount of gold and siiver deposited lit the j mints aud assay offices to the cbue of tbe fiscal year en ling Juno 30th. IHTb, from tbe South Atlantic gold fields is, according to the report of the director of the mint for 1876, as follows: North Carolina. 10,3.'J5,'200..'11; Georgia, $7,- 05. Total, t19.09«.2-2<).28 Thus it ap |M>U rs tbat the mines of this region have hert toforj contributed a considerable amount of precious uietals to mining institutions of our c >untry, and it furth er abundantly that these mines are rich ia gold producing ores, and that many of them are vut undeveloped aud thu« ftr capable of yielding a large increase to the annual supply of gold in our counlry. New YoXk, June 23.—The VforU '•ays MallUcn, a jouinalist, who, with i Joe Howard, was implicated in the pub licatiou of a liogns privhination during the war, and confined iu Fort Lafayette six months therefor, died here yester day. Tbe World'* Washington special says the President will issue au order Julv | Ist, prohibiting all fedeiat ottice hold ers from holding membership in politi cal committees. Office holders must resign or retire from Republican v>oui mittews In looking over the lists, it is found this will necessitate a reorganisa tion of tbe National Republican Com mittee, and commi'tees in most of the States. I here i* much opposition to the scheme, but the President persists i Iho 71nit* Washington sp,»cial says, Sherman to-day directed payment, without rebate, of semi-annu;il interest on S.'JO bomls, which accrues July Ist, shall commence Tuesday next. The amojut to ba disbursed on this account will exceed ♦25,000,1HH) in gold The Secretary alto directed that one million in gold shall be *old for green but ks on Thursday. The Tribu it says Adtdph iiiirudt, % German banbrr, who di<Mp]ie«reti ab< ut tan days *g->. leaving n number of cred itors in this city, among the poorer classes of people of foreign birth. who>e proj-ertv to the extent of nearly, ♦•10,. 000 he ba«i misappropriated, w»4 ar rest e 1 ln»t -y Sergvatit Webb, cf the 12th | r.s inct. Tha opiuton gener ally prevail tbat Girudt had ti.sl from the country, and no uteps hail been taken to search for huu. The missing banker w»s found -ocietisi m a refriger ator in the Utst merit of bis bouse. The bah'* Washington special »ays Ta spite of the oft repeated denials, I ha\e cumulative evidence of the . drnin istration » schemi to aeixe five northern >«at<.s of Mexico. Agents came here early in the Fall. They may have ex l*vt<d encouragement from tVun»cn»t« hadJTildeu Ik>cn declare! elected. Oue of the leading «pirit« iu »h - - b, tu«? w ss a iK ui.viat, and several S itl.ern I>,ui ocrats were bt into tbe secret; but whatever their expectations in this <li rectnm iu iv ha\e iecu, it i» certain tliat th- y vx.ii disenvvreil that th«ir chancea were infinitely brtter with the other side. 1 iumediately after the inangura tun atul finnatn nof the t'*binet, Su-w art, of Nevada, had an , talwihi •.* Itia iKfttv} Enti*, ud fo h:aa th* utli; « s f l»i« j ..«!> E»ar'* i* »n*i-u« t< hivt* til thf «!»*- taih therpopc:t. At <h r- of K*»rt«, Stewart te!-grar.Lt 1 to Get: John !» Friabit?, of L'*lifv>r:.i t, who h'd Iwen her*' Winti r, ir,«. i f tli» lending >}iiri'* in rl< et<:erprii» . t«« oiuii' f-jcth wi? ti to U •.«hn>gtvn Hr aiioe iu rctjMßte t» * •»Mißinm * a >1 had m i-.i sr int. with K»ar*- ,-.!»■ I tiw ]«»«»••! f" isini '•*-i 5-.- - !!-.< jii.t.i u v- ii l#y Kv.«s:». »r.'l. Fr -be «vi< 1 to *w h i •!«-- • t'i t ?:»■ itiiiifli.i'e y Ti'4r«.» i ;<> hi- ftouie ■*? Vil'.j... C'.tiit'.utit i A'.t'f uri.tj hi- i« • ?' 'i ' l ' u *'• •t» «• !' .'r t't A te'i it.tiu Kri»hie"- lin .- u< V ..lej > * :ys !.r i» >t • i.eM'l t<» !>•_' I', tile <'st* > f II t' \ H'o Tie gti it Ciiulou «ikl i)ura->ijo \\ :th un. ♦\a ticn tli **) States will nt oniy »>b*>»iii a -t•*'<i»* government but t«ri»gi>ut r »il r<»,ni comjHtnies Th<* T<-\ t- Ptcitic and T lit? Cent!a! Pacific will itu:ii, !i --ately compete with each otb«r in imi!d --• g lii:t"» to tliOMiiie <»r different jx-rN ■ » : U-; Pacific Coast New VOBK. June —I b-tmy nu cwt.fideiut? when I -*y evervlnxiy *t tin- State Department thinks difficulty with Mexico is imiu in<>ii t. Mexicans nuw here are al*> su'iali-d that the a itniiiii t rut ion has designs on their country. The Sun and discredited the arrival home of iienni-r, edit >r ut the I/'tit!J They have neeii nothing of him. The Sviiguiau-Hilton atlttr hit: >ip j parently blown over. All claMti are disposed to let the matter drop The Herald'* Washington sj>efial say* Sitting Bull ba* Income an iuternatiui.al nuisunc-j. Correspondence is being ex changed between Canada and Washing ton looking to the return of Sitting Hull and hit followers to America, where they belong Canada objects to his presence among the friendly Black feet. The subject, however, i-> full of difficultiea. The 'lrilmne says Minneapolis handled 5.'J 00.000 bushels of wheat the ptst year, but »ent abroad only 4S,I>(K). The rest of it came down to the sea coast in the form of barrels of flour, branded with Gilt Edge Sea Foam, lied Letter, Ol I Glory, and other imaginative titles in which millers there take dt light, aud Minneapolis accordingly is three million dollars richer tor having manu factured her raw material instead of having exported it direct 4MXAINIAK ItOMI.IIOX. TORONTO, Out., June 23.—Commit tee# ami collectors are at work raining money for the St. John's siiff.-reis Fif wo men's and cbddrens clothing was sent ovci hi>t night. Sr. Jon x, N. B, Juuc Jit. —Offvrs of assistance for the sufferers by t In* great tire continue to come in from provincial towns, ami alsj from many American cities. Several car loads of provisions arrived this morning and to night ou special trains from Portland, Bangor, Cent. r. etc., which brought 1.1»M) bar rels ot tlour, a lot of bia!ik< is, a iptan-- tity of cooked flood trom Mitiiticdl ainl Toranto. Hamilton and other Cannu diaii cities hare dispatched provisions. A relief committee has I►eeli organized ami the woik will bp systematic, >o that hii! may go as fat as possible and relieve those most in neud of it A company of local volunteers has been employed in blowing up ruins to re mote dangerous vails. Three men were badly injured by the premature explosion of a blast. One will net re cover. Several new fins were started to-day, but were* all stopped. It is supposed to have been the wi rk of in cendiaries. Five men accused of incen diarism arc in custody. One, who was caught in the act, narrowly escaped be ing hanged to a lamp jost. A com pany of troops have arrived from Hali fax to aid th« authorities in n aiiiUui iug order. All is quiet Tho body of Capt. Firth, a w«ll known citizen, was found in the inius ; also auotlur l»odv was identitied as that of Jas. Ti.ouias. Several people are still tui»sing. KI'KOPC. June 22. Arrived, ship Occidental, San Francisco. LoNIKtS, June 22.—Dispatches point to tho speedy removal of the Kussinn htadquarters t«» Alexandria and ltou mania. Several English insurance offices lost heavily by the St Johns lire In one instance the loss v«ill La- ov« r tive hun dred thousand dollars and the least that ai > !»ii■ iz 1 c othce will have to bear isovtr one hundred thou .and dollars. The principal sufferers are North Brit ish and Mercantile, ami in social the Royal Liverpool, London arut Globe, North*ru Ouo u a:.d Commercial I nion Cos. Constantinople intelligence received to day announces ti.at Mukhtar Pasha has Ueii engaged since Thursday with the liuasian army at Tsttkho Ija, bc twten Klorason Diiihaba. The battle was proceeding all yesterday The result is unknown. The Porte's reply to I. rd Derby's note, in refereute to the Suez Cat.ai, was dispatched on the 2lst ir.st It i unde»«tood that the Porte accepts the principle of free navigation of the tanal by neutral powers, but re~-rve- th« rii»ht of fighting the enemy's »«..vU Prince Hansen, of Egypt, leaves f> r \ arco to night. Tl.e Sult.m j resented hjtn vesterday with a swot I of h>r>i r xi:w ai>vertise m exts WANTED. \ GIRL FROM TEN TO TWELVE Y f \K< V of bj,- t take --arc .•! tw irn: *n<; trip la kit. Applj ml E irHa Hva#p r t Mrs I■* * n llili >-tr rt >i; Ml«. Uic Occi J«;t»l H elW'l MILLINERY STORE. I Mrs. C. M. HARRISON iij- ;*! » Eashicnable Millinery Store Oil 1 i i». rv i.l Str.-et. >V\t r :•> i': 1" - I^ .Klimrnt, A®<*. .'fs yen LicU. *Li re.Tivia<r by «VI tt -rmn.t-r. i : arjf<' mm rtdMßtof th*lriilt fc'ylt-- •f •!*?► »:. ! ilir v.n Iks-is: » Triuiium^g. aii.l Kittiiiji 1 r.-» ► 4:..1 .».-t> taw a IfrNt Mtict. f. .Jtf NOTICE. I HE CITY COt'NCIt. MEETS O.N THt'RSDAY 1 Evfunis; nut it h» f-in»t wrrii 1 ak« icto coasi.lir»ti'-n the ai-ilirt/atiur. of *he <«tat!Ubt«l t'l'in at thr ri rr.fr <>f Suth »t:<t Spritij: Strt>«-t» ; Fifth au.l Sj riu« Streets; »uJ Maois. ii aiut Secon-.l Strrets. All ;>eraua ar- here by notlflesl t > attend 1». T WUEELEK. Citj CJtrk. ATTENTION, COMPANY! 'I'HE FOLLOW IXli NAMES ARE ENROLLED 1 as vol unto, r# f>r the lutlian War Makmry. William R. Srnttb. !atp Serfc't. M»)>>r 21st I . S lufantry . Mi< hael Minnftian. 'a!.* |>auy C Jlst Infantry ; J. Martin, tnliier ; l>. t'ole- Uian. J. P. K.-nnnly, J. 1 . St-'ne. J 8. Burns. J. Cliatiiiitn. W. H Arnt 11, iat#S« rj;t. Company H, lslh I'. Carelry; Charles Tliateher. All ar«' lj<-rrb) notified that a l>usin«M uu'etina of the C'lut'any wi!l be be! 1 at the Alhambra oil Monday t-vrniiiK n« it at T o'clock sbarp. All are invitr.l. A special tacsseß»;«r will 450 to Olyinpia Tuemlar tor a requiaitloo on the Oovernor for •riiiß to equip this Company. je'2s-Jtf NOTICE. I PERSONS INDEBTED T<> THE MASONIC I Aaaociati »n for Lots and Permits will please •■all ami settle -vritti the within 30 .lays from date. :ejilui T 8. RUBBXLL,Sntea. VOtUKTEEIIS TO Fiiiit the lota in Idaho! ,4 OEO. MALONEY. AT THE ALHAMBKK, M if making an effort to raiae a COMPANY' to |j' move at cti.'e t > the »ceu« of atrife. Tliom; L» •.*:sbiii« t>> V<'luiite»r »iil hand their name* iu ti> the All'.ainb'a ■ i>r 1» fore Monday next. je->S dlt YKSLKITS HALL. SATURDAY EVENING. J I l*i «">*rtti, «»vf THE FAMOUS DEAF-MUTE ILLUSIONIST -AND MAGICIAN j * STAR COMBINATION E ,r\T T«> JJ Mi l /, UK ILK li. It BUM A XX, or AS DEL s V, I i Aiul ChillenKf anyj Magi, tan iu Hit* Wi.i, i . i raoi «>f »> :«• roDipftt wiilt him. Xrw L 'k'frvtt-inaui, Sleight of !l»n.t and Ne«-r'ii.r.i!. y iiit.-iKl.i. a S. ,-t >• of tt.«s Must Bwttiliii j.uu Extraordinary lilunioiii of llie prr+* lit •fct*. Adtuiatioa,ifuts; Cla: lireu, Half-price. Doers open at 7 oV;.>cL' ; performance coin tufboea at 3. No Eitra Cliaige fir ret*rve«l seat*. EASTWICK. MORRIS t CO. Civil ami Mining ENGINEERS, [Room No. 6, Bu-u.tt'a Buitdlug,] Cur. ( umwtitlnl »V Washington Mirrl> Seattle, Wanh. Territory. G>a! atnl uttatr mineral Uul*'an) lumen, aur »i»jniiirU, and reported i'laiia m l «etitn«tea for miuiug improvementa furnahed Speri«: atxitlon «i»eu to land «ur*eya. and to the location 'f city let* arid block#. Map* and draw »u<h hanicallj aiecited NOT. W, I>i7£. MRS. S. 0. HEWES, M. D. »f thf First Lad} Graduate in Mdiciaf. Offer# ber neniiti t»> the pe- >p!e uf Seattle ami th • Xi-rth Pacific CoMt. Mr» Dortor Hewe* ooo&ea Wet alter ten yeaT» of and *oce«tb>fal practice. Will pen her L. u*e to the »l«k. Mother* can Bed a home, with the beat BiedicaJ attendance (luring conßi.e. ro»nt. and paticnu me*llf»! treatment. WIH treat the *K k by 'etter. a lid fil! order# for MedktM » y mn »r enpn-ss ■nyS-Jttf WANTED. k WOMAN WITH k CHJU> WANTS A SITC - * ittoi I i HMI la. App yat tbr Wifcf, n»ia H »u*e. ! A. o. F. I ""'Mtr NO. 3-n.V. ANCIENT v Urd*r •>( iw *t UMotk Ha.: every -ud and f. urtb Mu.»y la t#t h month. All metuben «-f th» ori*r lb f «-l atati Hag are • invited W ktteutf. Bl •#!« of I't f\>tirt. ■*3i-d« i: M EYLATT. s«c. MISCKLU\NEOUS. Below Ckl lor Xint'lv Dan ! WATCHES, JEWELRY, (I.O<KS, SILVERWARE, : at Jewelry Emporiiuii COME AND SECURE BARGAINS. Paities imlcl»u<l t<> nit- will tiiul their accounts with WILITK NASH. By t-alliii.tr on mo. and making immediate payment, they will >ave costs. W. (i. JAMIESOW The Stock of STATIONERY, NOTIONS. for sale in lots to suit, at great sacrifice. TERMS CASH—NO DEVIATION, jel6 R. C. GRAVES, IMPORTER AM) DEALER IN MOULDINGS. PICTU R KS. FRAMES, WINDOW SHADES BRACKETS, Babyt'arriages, WALL POCKETS, " lIUBORS, ETC. I bav« juat r.H-eive,l the linest Sto. k of PIOTrRES, FRAMES and MOCLDIXas. r\tr br to the city, and will hereafter make tin* line of goods a apecialty. PATRONAGE SOLICITED ANU SATISFACITCS GI'ARANTEED. I will dispose of my Stock of FURNITI'RE at COST and FREIGHT Alao, AGENT for the FLORENCE SEWING MACHINE. FHO\T STREET, SEATT E. W . T. e»» ' L. P. SMITH & SON Have just received a Large Additi »n jS®*m i WATCHES r Clocks, y#llP| JEWELRY. j* «i;e be'-towed >inee 11 ■ r ntuti: from Pleasi Call and Examine our Stock. I ! Our flotto is—Fair Dealing, (Juick Salt's ami Small Profits. STORE ON FRONT STREET. Opposite tha Brewery. jftn-jif THE ARCADE ! FRONT STREET, SEATTLE. i DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, GLOVES, <fec. Ladies and Penis' Furnishing CUMMIS Trunks, VALISES. ETC. Our Stock lias arn\v«l, ami c«>iu| •risen tin* must Fashionable. Good* in the market. We call serial attention ♦.» uiir FURNISHING GOODS ami CLOTHING DEPARTMENT. j GENTS 1 HATS _A_ SPECIALTY. B0VI», Po3i('l\ & YOIIJiC. ; NEW GOODS AND NEW STYLES DY EVERY STEAMER. STETSON & POST. SEATTLE IM.ANIM! MII.LS SASH, DOORS BLINDS, FRAMES. SIUTTKRS, AND WOOD FINISH of every description. ' SEASONED LVMBEII OF ALL KIM'S CONSTANTLY OS HAND Heattl-. W T.. Feb. VJ. 1*7., 1 GEoUOE VV. HAIIHIS. KoIiEHT I). ATTIUDGE H ARRIS & ATTRIIKiiE, Successors to .1. F. Morrill, Wholesale and Retail Druggists, COMMERCIAL STIJEET, SEATTLE, W. T. (<mip!« te St«* k of Trusses, Supporters and Fancy Articles. Orders by hxpress or Mail promptly attended to. W *»« re Opeued on SmitlH) front 7 to In. n. HI., from 14 a iti to I i> in. mid ! (rum "V (• ? |* m. j , MiS; ELLANKO l*s». Bl Y I YOUR * g««»i 8 R 0 | SCHWABACH3 & c i 0 V TIIKY KFEI' Tilt: LAUam I ASSORTMEKIJ AND SKJX I CHEAFM THAN ANY OTHEK HOUSE IN THE T E R R I TORY SEATTLE STONE TIM. JOHN KKENAN, Seattle, W.| Bh«>j> ou Cr«wfor.l Jt Harrington *h Whtrf. m - - ■ 1 - ■ -■ - ■■ i ■ i , " STILL H E IRE HERE DOING SIGN WORK Cheaper than Ever. PIKE & SIITI, RAPID SIGN WRITERS —AND— ! Fence Ail vert iaen! SHOP ON I'A INTERS ALLEY. •A 1 OrtUrn from •olklted. J*ll SILVER AT PAR KOJI WALL PAPfB AT C4LVERTH, For Sixty Days i AT FOLLOWING PItICES : GILT I'IFKR. [xr a.II KATIN •• •• « " WHITE lILANK •* II * BKOWN BLANK •' » " Paj*r d"i>r rrawtiaU! j nu »b«rt Bttk*- SECOND sTHEt;T, SHATTLK. W.I NEW STORE! New Goods! r r*IIK LAfcU.S AM) M'HI.IO WILL 1 take BblU't that l!.e Elephant Store H«* Juat be»-n under a btw tuana***"^ with a u«-w akw:k. In connect 100 with tw, f.nt »t<wk ot 0001»?« t>er*tof<.r« kept, MRS. MU3*» ■» opened a ari<i- aii<i Htock of MILLINERY ! MILLINERY aw! FASHIOSABL* V*B+ M \KIMi of ali kind*. L»di«* - duita uiaJe to order. %JT Wr inti!: 1 to tb«r #.at Ktock f MILLIN KRV to »*• f 1 ««*< »*Jg> of H*ti FraU«-i«.v. A!»o * fall M>* °® zSr GOOD*.