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DIILV INTELLIGENCER.
Wednesday, Febr'y 27.1878.
Twu Tmr OF IKE G-o BODE
Superintandetit Col man has : habilit*-
tsd the oid Seattle Coe.l and - :*u§por
tation Company's locomotive George C
Bode, by putting on a new pony trunk
torward of the drivers, and a new ten
der with a cistern capacity of 720 gal
lons making, with the old 180-gallon
tank in the boiler a capacity of
gallons. Yesterday she made her first
;rjp over the Seattle \\ alia u %
road through to Newcastle, which she
accomplished without a mishap, and
wrought down « train of nine full load
ed coal cars aud two ear loads of otaer
freight The Alki made two trips yes
terday, bringing each time thirteen
car-loads of coal, besides other freight
and passengers. The business of this
road is rapidly increasing, though much
of the new work is still in a rather un
finished state, necessitating slow move
ment until the ballasting is done. There
are now five locomotives and forty coal
cars on the line, which, as soon as the
road is put in perfect order, as it will
he during the coming summer, will be
able to deliver 80<> ton* of coal per day
Forty more <*ars will t»e put on this
year, wh*n Col man will l»e prepared
t"> move 1,200 or 1,500 tons per day, if
be can get it. To any who have not yet
t>een over the line to Newcastle, we
would say thai the trip will well repay
t.bem, both for the wildness and gran
deur of the scenery through which it
passes, and the chance to see the big
gest piece of railroad w >rk, all in a
sborf upaea. on the Pacific coast
DIATIi of KOERNFK Yesterday
morning just before daylight Paul
Eoerner, who had been differing the
most intense agony during the wholf of
Monday night, dropped oft' into a heavy
sleep, which lasted an hour. All hope
of saving him had long since been
abandoned, And it was merely a ques
tion of time with hitn. He awoke and
denly wi£h a start and, raising into a
sitting posture, gazod for a moment
about the room, and fell back dead. H
3d. Bryant, Agent of Wells, Fargo £
Co., telegraphed to bis brother of his
death, to inquire if he should have him
buried at the public expense. His
brother is oqe of the ablest writers on
the Pacific coast, and was one of the
editorial staff of the Sacramento lit
l>o;ter during the administration of Gov
ernor Haight. it is needless tossy that
HCoerner was ouly an assumed name,
and, *s he asked for the sake of bis
family to have his real name suppress
ed. we withhold it. His melancholy
end is a sad warning to young in<*u to
ehoose and follow correct walks in lite.
He was a young man, better educated
than ninety-five out of every hundred
in this Territory, speaking three lan
guages fluently. Better for him though,
had be drudged away in honest toil for
a century than to have so degraded the
taUnts bestowed upon him
RECLAMATION.—The citizens living
on the Snohomish are about to hold a
meeting with a view of adoptiug a unl
form system of levees to exclude the
tide from their lauds. By doing this
and letting contracts to have the work
dene on a large scale, they will have
the work uiuoh better doue and the
lauds more thoroughly protected from
overflow than they would be if each
man built a levee accurdiug to his own
notions. The grain yield of the Swiuo
mish flats last year was not far from
six thousand toils of oats and barley
The increase of acres cultivated thii
year will bring it up to marly eight
thousand t<>nn, aud with the amount of
money at stake in these enterprises, the
importance of a substantial system of
levees oinnot be ovor-estimated
DISSATISFIED. -The Republicans *F
Whatcom county are dissatisfied at the
Action of the Snohomish and Kitsap He
publicans at putting up S. W. Hovey,
of Port Gamble, as delegate to the
Walla Walla Convention. N. W. Lake
uian, an old resident ni Whatcom, is
out io acardia which be announces
himself as a candidate against Mr. Ho
vey, and is also particularly opposed to
poll taxes. Really, as an abstract prin
ciple, we doubt the right of any State,
much leas a county or city, te collect a
poll-tax. No penalty should attach to
Mfy nan for being * citizen of any com
munity, and any form of Government
which contemplates it is l,eneath con
t*mpt. So we will see what Lakeman
will have to say about it hereafter
To BE BLOWN UP. —The wreck of
the*bark King Philip, which lies on the
beach near the Cliff House, at the en
traoot of Ban Franciaoo harbor, is to t*
blown up with giant powder in order to
get the copper bolts and spikes out of
her hull. Four holes have been dug
under her keel, in each of which will
he placed about 200 pounds of giant
powder. This will raise the old bark
es high as pig irou went io Seattle
•boot a week ago.
irsciAL LEGISLATION.— The British
Columbia Provincial Legislature it in
tessioa and is about to amend the Game
Law, to reader shooting more attrac
tive to the officers of the fleet. We
don't know what shape this legislation
will take, but there should be a special
lew in referaoce to deer, with one sec
tion providing that calves shall be con
sidered out of season whenever the
"Opßl M is in port.
SALBBBNI. —GoId diggings that yield
•bout $1 50 per day are now being
•orked near Alberai, on Vancouver Is
*BBA. U was at one time a flourishing
•ew-willing site; but the mill was turn
ed, end the business of the place was
•N transferred across to Buriard Inlet
*'OE SA» FBAjfCisco.—Tbe P C. si.
8 CE'» ttearner Idaho will leave Port
ed for 8»o Francisco, Friday, March
IT half-past four o'eleek A. 11. For
apply to
W-.tt PCMFHKEI Agent, Mill street.
OINIBOB SOCIABLE. —The ladie» of
Trinity Church will meet to night at
residence of Mrs M R. Mad docks,
«® Front street, where we predict for
E •▼talcg.
SHIP OTAOO. -This vessel, which ar
rived at Francwv from P->rt
Blakely the 15th, reports thai on
Fel. *h* 9ft. boarded by &
from the british bark K*=iar. from
Burrards Inl* r to Melbourne. trlwarks
•tove and fh'Tt of provisjcrif -applied
her; 34 day? out, she reported having
spoken to tbe British bark Victoria,
from Victoria to Honolulu with I.»«s of
deckload, bulwarks stove and Joss f
•ails. February 9tb, at one p. .v. lati
tude 41'-' 9 min. X.. longitude 14
min.W. passed ve«s*i bottom up, look
ed like <t srhooner of about 100 tons,
painted black with a red streak, bottom
copper pain! - she looked 1 ib*» a tie*
ve«*ei name Job— was all we could
make out booni9 gaff. and Topmast
drifting t<- tvindward apparently at
ta~bei t«- trie rigging, -he appeared to
be but • sh r« time in that condition.
The wre-k *lluded to was probably that
of the schooner John Samuel, wreck
en at Navarro river about a month ago
and «!ib*eqaently ahandonded. These
wrecks arc dntting northward; directly
in the path of Puget Sound vessel* and
some of these days we shall hear of
some vessel colliding with one of th*m
on a dkrk night. The reveaue cutters
should crui&e in search of them and
blow them up. The Alto thinks the
schooner uat» tho Johanna M. Brock,
which left .Mn Francisco for Humboldt
on the ?ot.h of January and neither ar
rive* I at her destination nr\ been
spokeu tf. by any passing ve—el. She
was about eighteen months old and
was built bv llendixen. of Humboldt
M\KJNL NOTKS —The ship Yose urate
will fininh her load ot c<»al to-day, anil
be ready for sea bv to-morrow or nett
day ... .The El Dorado will follow her
Hark Catnrlen arrived at Port Gam
ble from Honolulu, and the French
bark Blc-uville at Port Biakelv, to load
on a foreign order The Aureola and
Discovery l*>th arrived at Sun Fran
cisco together in twenty one days from
thi« place, and report heavy wrather
.No intelligence from the ship
(trace Darling, now out nearly fifty
days from Nenaimo... .We received
full files of San Francisco papers by the
kindoest of Purser Brewster, of the Da
kota, but not a word could we rind In
them about the Grace Darling. ..All
the rest of the uortheru fleet arrived
safely
QriTF AN HONOR —We see among
the local items in a Victoria paper, a
brief account of the new Pope's birth
place We are not exactly aware of
what part of British Columbia the
town of Perugia issituuted, but believe
it lies between A Iberni and Nanaiino.
The British Columbia people ought to
appreciate the compliment i>aid them
in the selection of a Pope It was prob
ably done to enlist the influence of the
Queei. against Bismark, vou know
FH»»ar' Hear'!
GOI.NU NoKTH.—The spriug B-gira
to the Cassiar mine* ha- begun again
in good earnest, aud the steamers are
taking up big loads. The California
took up 112 passenger* and 575 tons of
freight last week, and yesterday the
old Otter went up from Victoria with
87 white passenger*, 22 Indians, and 75
tons of freight.
LONU STAY.—The Nor'.h Paciii., ar
rived here at four o'clock p u, yester
day, and remained af>out five hours,
during which she took a large amount
of freight, for up-Sound ports that the
Dakotff had no time to deliver
HAVING removed from Cherry ntreet
to the Elephant *tore room, on Front
street, I wish to Announce to inv old
patrons and fill other#, that I am still
alivi* and always ready to wait on all
my customers in a business manner, by
groceries cheaper -than can IHI
bought elsewhere in Seattle, (live me
a oall, oue and all, ani conviuqe your
selves of my low prices. Goods deliv
ered to all parts of the rity free of
charge. T. LYLK.
+■ mm
OCCIDENTAL HOTEL, AT VICTORIA
—Persons visiting Victoria should not
fail to stop at the Occidental Hotel It
is the tirat hotel from the steamboat
landing ; is tire-proof ; has good accom
modation lor families, and as good
metilt a* any house in the city, at only
$1 00 per day.
\YM.
Wharf street, Victoria, B.
At the Tivoli Beer Hall, Occi
dental Squafe. they have Boca, Hteila
coom, Muokilteo, and Sineig's Lager
Beer on draught and the celebrated
Budweiser, Milwaukie, and St Louis
Imager Beer in pint ami quart bottle*.
Also, all kinds of lunches to order.
EUROPEAN DRAFTS. —Draft* ISSUED
at lowest rates on Great Britiao, Ire
land, Germany, Russia, France, Norway
and Sweden. Tickets to and from
Kurope sold et lowest rates by Andrew
Chilberg, Seattle, W. T.
WHITE KID SIJPFEBS and French
kid boots for dancing Opera, croquet,
kid, cloth and carpet slippers. Fancy
shoes, etc., etc Cork-soled boots and
custom work will have special atten
tion TREEN'S, Commercial street
MAUON DOKEK MESIAL'RANR, Front
street, opposite the Poet Office. Every
thing first-class. Open day and night
New furnished rooms up stairs for trav
eling guests KJUDW & WEBSTER
Propiwtor#
O. LOCKE, »M. l> . Denti*. dO#4 UOt
intend to leave, as report*! but will
be round at bis ofto®, Fraueuthsl's
Block, ready to do the BEST work at
the lowe*t rates
TOI R PoC>*D9 go- A1 Cost* Kic*
coffee II *od eight pouod* of C
sugar for #i can be bad at O A Mc-
Callister's, on Front etreet.
ttor 803T0 , 1 BROWN BREAD on Bun
day morning at the Eureka Bakery.
I.saveyour order* tor delivery during
the week
fa* next thing on the
at the Centennial is a Clam Chowder,
to be s*»rred up ever J night--free
PtfEE 6WW CIOEE k>l »ais El
Chilbafg Brotfem
"German Syrup.*'
ho other medicine in the world was
ever given such a test of its curative
qualities as Boschee's German Syrup,
in three years two million four hundred
thousand small bottles of this medi
cine were distributed frtfr.f ,-v»by
Drjgsr»sts m thm country to those
afflicted with Con«umptioo. Asthma.
< 'roup, <*-vere Coughs, Pneumonia and
"ther disease* of the Throat and Lungs,
the American people undeniable
proot that German Syrup will cure
than The result lias been that Drug
gj3ts 4 n every town and village in the
1 n:tei Stntes are recommending it to
their customer* Go to your Druggist,
and a«k *vhat they know about it.
Bottles 10 «»ent<» Regular
* T*> cents * 111 relieve
sny 'ase
- -««*•-
R..TT GEN-T INE GFHU.A , Milk Rre*d
•jo to Piper s.
MISCELLANEOUS.
F1 R\ISHFJ> ROOMS
WitL or Without Board.
apply »t
Aiftn GELi.KB«OX S
• .tiiH «r £eioud aba Msrrm streets.
ns^rf
NEW GOODS
iT THE
SEATTLE BAZAAR
WAX FLOWER MATERIAL AND
SHADES At the Bazaar.
TOILKT SOAPS -AN ELF.GANT
LINK At the Bjzaar.
BLOCKS' CLOCKS! CLOCKS!
At the Ba?aar
ALBUMS, FROM 76c TO S2O.
At the Baiaar
JAPANESE GOODS - A SPLENDID
INVOICE At the Bazaar.
GARDEN POTS ALL SIZES
At the Bazaar.
REAL TORTOISE SHELL BACK
COMBS At the Bazaar
WHITE SHIRTS, HOSIERY AND
UNDER WEAR At the Bazaa-
TABLE AND POCKET CUTLERY
At the Bazaar.
SILVERWARE, MERIDEN CO'S,
AND ROGERS', At the Bazaar.
SPLINTS, WALNUT, COLORED.
AND WHITE At the Bazaar
HAIR, TOOTH, CLOTHES, AND
BLACKING BRUSHES
At the Bazaar
STATIONERY ()F ALL KINDS -
CHEAP— At the Bazaar
CHINA DINNER AND TEA SETS
At the Bazaar
COAL OIL LAMPS—A FINE AS
SORTMENT- At the Bazaar.
CHROMOS, PHOTOGRAPHS, AND
FRAMES At the Bazaar.
And heaps ol things too numerous to
mention Call in, No trouble to show
goods. H. E. LEVY.
A Farm Wanted
Two Experienced Farmers
t r..iU (tic East ere desirous uf Rmtlug
ON SHABES,
for uae or wore yeare, &o improved farm, adapted
to the raialog of grata or tbe dairy bualneae
The beat of references, or security for the
compliance of any contract entered into, will be
Mlveu.
Any ian«l owner having a farm to leaae,
whether etockedor not, will find here an eicel
lent opportunity.
For Information apply at tbla ofßce.
BENTON
,00.41, COMPANY
f •
Prealtfenl— *• A.
Sffrrlsry— P. B. HENDEBSON,
PnoiciriL PIACS or Dusts ess :
Old. EAST STREET, BAM FRANCISCO.
Loom on ow Woaas :
SI. ACE RIVER, EINO COUNT. W T.
'RLLFL COMPANY I* ITLUJO * »CPHHO«
; I IRTICLC Of
COAi. AT $6 PER TON,
famishing Btocktu>ldsrs co*l, ss per sUpu
UMCD*. st tl»« nU at
Pour Dollars por TOD.
1 Apply at the office of tbe RENTON COAL CO..
on Commercial Street. Seattle, W. T
LA CONNER
HOTEL
j J. CONNER, PropT
T&u E~ui i* *ta*ud is Um u*n ▼!»«»•** ,"f
U (MM. •* **• ******
IB tlx* c*®u» of til# (KM*
Pmj«« teoad Tks tooss M wsll
L*«
First-Class Accommodations
Fcr Fuxu jm sad its XTS*sliai IhafeiiJ
Parties on Hunting Exenratona
Will tad ifeisEesel »se« ssatral? l °n?wtf
SIGN PAINTING
Paper Hanging
oarpet'*lj»y> n «
MISCELI.AXEOCS.
REMOVED.
Mrs. .laiuicMiii
to *ulotQ it* i*■'.ic j . t viciw
tty tLst i* so-5 ,p#o ir, ter
NEW STORE.
CHERRY STREET,
opposite Yesler's Hall,
sr.e ft £Oud rtmect 01
/ *i>n:s' FCiiXisifiyo auoi»
RIPBOXF, TArES,
7EPHYR WOOLS uU
FAXCY GOOD*.
tear p*tr. q»|J* .4 solicited.
Mrs. Jameson.
For Tacoma, Steilacoom auc
Ulympia.
The Nrn
MESSENGER !
C A PT. J . «l. PAR KPR
WILI. LEAVE SEATTLE FVET.V
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday*
AT SEVEN O'CLOCK. A M
JyMl-dtf
NORTHERN
TRANSPORTATION CO Y
Carrying the U. S. Mails.
, k THE STEAMER J. B LIBBY
Capt. Brittaln, of the above Com
pany. will leave Seattle every MONDAY, at 7
o'clock, a. u., for Whldby Ikland, Ftaalady. Iji
Conner sod Wbatcom; and every FRIDAY for
Wbldby Island, Ctaalady and La Conner . return
ing on Wednesdays and Saturdays.
HjCJI the steamer dispatch.
JhSSHHK* Cap*- Monroe, wilt leave Seattle
every THURSDAY EVENING, at 10 o'clock, tor
Port Townssnd, San Joan Island and Semlabruou.
tetnrnlng on Sundays.
For freight or passage apply on board.
J C SRITTAIN.
Seattle, April 27, VB7T. ap27-dswti
Tlie Steamer
Fanny Lake
J. HILL, - • MA9TKK,
WIU. IJEAVE SEATTLE POft
Ontreville. l r taalad>
Skagit &La Conner
•Holiday and Thursday.
jelS-dawtf
BIiRRKA BAKERY
SEATTLE, W. T ,
Km. MKYDENBAUEH Pnp'r.
mi klnda <>t
Ship anil Soft Bread
Soda, Picuie, Boston, ftugar, Milk, Kan
ry am) Sboo Fly
Crackers, Cakes, &c
Order* filled to all part# of the Sound *t *hurt
notice.
Vhmli furn!»hed with kiln-dried on
application. for long voyag**.
Also Wboleeal* end Retail dealer* lu firit-cleiw
9ROCERIEB & PROVISIONS.
Authorised agent for Dynaiulta (Heu.t Fowd
All eisea Cartridges. Fuse. A.\
Oaah Paid for Egg*.
•y-PRICEB MODERATE.
PORT BLAKELY & SEATTLE
THE PASSFJfOER STEAMER
CAPT. NUOK.VT,
Will leave
SBATTLE
FOR
POrt Blaltoly
Every Afternoon at 3 o'clock.
and
Return tlie next Morning at 9 o'clook
For ['•—r apply on board. fl-dtf
FOR SALE.
A New S6O
WILSON SEWING MACHINE
J oat from the Manufactory.
For $lO Less
Then can be bou*U of any of tbe in thle
city ur elsewhere.
APPIy *t *bl» uflo*.
PUGETSOUNDSTONEYARD
7VT. Jf m OA^tUK
At the ttfidif TutT'i Wharf. SEATTLE.
■vmy variety af Cemetery Wort executed In
uSSL uyt all Other Hcoe, with saatnua eod
Meseiw Balldtag Materiel iept
' 6 120 wMtfo* the aele ef tho Baa Jus lime,
i SUa4.asdsM<*.tii,„ jaar-
f&lai
EVERY
kIMO
MISCELLANEOUS
PACIFIC COAST
STEAMSHIP mtm
« ■ f; uut -ji tLe.. I r#t . ,»»4
froß
fMH.TI.AJSD
FOP.
Sun Fi* aa o iaoo
A Unit «'\t rv F'lVf D.lS'j.
I'asxfiifrfr UfoiiiuiOtialitUK I n^urpaN^fd
For lurtl.rt of
W. H. PUMPRREY, A 6 eut,
Mill Stn*et,
•t/" Also IV k>i Agent Mr N. P. R. R C>.
S. BAXTER & CB.
Importers and
COMMISSION
MERCHANTS.
ft'tl f" .VIENTS for W««eu»rn Wft*MntftoD forth#
Ca'iforait* Farmer*' Mutual
Fire Insurance Association,
OFFER FOR HAI.K TO VFIF. TRADE ONI.Y
TENNENTS ALE, Pints ami Q't*
BASS' ALE
OUINESS' PORTER, "
HENNESSEY BRANDY in Oe
tavt'B, and 1, 2 and 3 star m
rase.
MARTELL BRANDV m Octaves,
and I, 2 and 3 star in eaae.
OTARD DtTPUY BRANDY in Oc
taves and case.
CALIFORNIA GRAPE BRANDY
in Octaves,
SCOTCH WHISKY »n cast- dud
bulk.
IIUSH WHISKY m *nd bulk.
CHAMPAGNE—
Olid*. Fariv, in a,iul Qiuirtd;
Landsberger's California, Im-
jierial, and Private Cnvee, in
pints and quarts.
SHERRY—Finest Old Gcldeu, Old
Garvev, and California, in case
and bulk.
PORT—lmported ami California in
case and bulk.
BOURBON WHISKIES - Hotal
mp'H genuine J. H. Cutter in
<aso and bulk; White llou
Universal, Miller, etc. etc.
TOBACCO—PIug, Granulated and
Long Out.
CIGARS —The Largest St«»i k and
l»est. Assortment on Paget
Sound.
W r it re the "iilv bullae in
Washington Territory ?hi}>|»ing-rurs
direct to London, England, and are
paying th»* hiv.'hesf ash prices.
nl9- d*\«h
•SEATTLE NURSERY,
One mile eaal from Ye*lc-r's Wharf on
the road to Lake Washington
How'"' Stag*' runs paat tho \ui -
ser> ♦wire a day
Fruit Trees,
SHRUBBERY.
AND
HERBACEOUS PLANTS
A Fine Collation of
Small Fruits of all Kinds,
And Two Varietur of
PBAOHE fit
That nr* Si no to Ripen in thls|Clliuate.
Oi J«rs Oao be left at the Eurekalßakery
C. w LAWTON. Proprietor.
Farm for Sale.
Oil tlie Skagit Kiver, 1 * mile»
from Hount Veruou.
For #*oo.
It CcOUiuft ?!> I<a> 40U l ran la ou*-li»ir
ml]* on the rt*»r. Th* 10IIU1 rich ftlluvUl bo«.
! torn, bat high tod dry. and
DOES NOT OVERFLOW.
i Ev*r? *cr« I* tt:lftbl*. ftod tL« location U pvr
tlouiirly dMlrtbl* <f>r riiiooi, stbonf
which Art-
It is in tiie Midst ol a Sfttiemeut
I OB.T lk OU.«l frODI ft Pc*t U.U e Ui 1 tOWB. ftid
cAOV«aI«Bt to th* Cc+l U:u*«. *od ft ifrtftt ft»d
MW-mllt BOV I*l Qg bull'
1 will Mil tti* if Uv-gi-t for
fci >1 Til WtU ft WftfTftCU*
*y Till' Is * C » l*»t*a»
FvT iuTth*r p»iti<ruiAr» c-n b. N L
• D*n», ©• thssdjclaiarf wftUs. or to ib« »t Pjil
!^S^ W T o * SMITH
BEHMKI & DBOIIMiDSK
SUCCESSORS ro
(iieu. Cantienl & Co.,
Brewery!
Mftrtinsbarg, BUcfc Hi»er.
' ap*.we -
r
THE NEW
fVHILI GROCERY STORE
FRONT STKEEX.
Wxt door to the North Pacific Brewery
Tha w\ uUt >-* i; tfa# of itogfiug Cticp* *s4 Y*«««U to u'.»
NFW STOKE. wb#r* Le %rtli fvirninL tU« ta»t
Family Groceries and Produce
At t L«* Lowest flat**
Butter and Cheese always ou Baud.
A#*Hl for HAinmtad'* c*l«hr*t*<l VIiJtaoD Homa** Faruitfft h*ribtf proUuc« fa dttpcta
i f *»ili >io weil to <•»!] apou
J. R. BEAN.
W. A. JENNINGS,
wit*.)*&*.!• u.t K*r»it ia
GROCGIIIS, PROVISIONS,
HARDWARE, FINE, TEAS, CROCKERY,
6LASSWARE, FLOUR, FEED,AC.
Imported anil California Wines,
Foreign ami Domestic Liquor*, CUgaiN and Tobacco
All 0«*kl» (luirautrifJ ni W*i|.rv:»«-uled. tlvkkN tii tLf C 1 •tv Fivu
of Chargr
Oouimerolal Stroot. Sc att JO. %/V\ T
H. W. ROWLAND
FIRE AND MARINE
INSURANCE AGENCY
REPRESENTING :
org»oLz*l. U4tU.
UNION FIRE AND MIKLKK . ...I*4B I 7M.0U0
HOME FIRE IMS. SOO.OTW
ST. PACL FIEE AND MARINE. I8T» L.UOO.TXW
NEW ORLEANS ASSOCIATION N. 1850 OOO.LA/J
ST. JOSEPH FIRE AND MARINE 1867 COO.OOU
AMERICAN CENTRAL. . . MM... .... L.MW.UJW
COMMERCIAL UNION 186 A 1
NEW ZEALAND FIRE AND MARINE IM9 I.UVU.OW
1.4 CAISSE OKNERALE .. ....185* . ... T'.OIW.LW
O
Policies issued ou desirable property at lair
I,omp« r.juitablv adjusted aud promptly paid.* 1 ®!
H. W. ROWLAND,
■«l>n ATR HEATTLE DRUG BTORL
OROROK W. HA RILLS. ROBERT D ATTRIDOK
HARRIS & ITTRIDtiE,
Nurce&wrN lo J. F. Morrill,
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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS
DRUGS AND MEDICINES!
The M«>st Complete Sto. U of Patent Medicine*, Perfumeries, Trusses,
Sponges, Brushes, and Toilet, Article* north of San Pram is« o.
Prescriptions and Kainih Reeripts «-r» r«*fi» 11 v and .t«vurat«lv roin
|>ounded.
Country dealers and ullu'n Sll|i|ilu'd WITH I test Good* *>l* reasonable*
terms.
The Genuineness of all (foods Guaranteed.
Orders l»y Mail or Express promptly attended i.>
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Ct-LORE & WTJNDER,
Wholesale ami Retail Dealers in
i FURNITURE
A N l>
House Furnishing; Goods
Commeroia) Street, South 01 New England Hotel.
Al*o. raiier r»ukept in e First OBse Far
W«r«, Fftrtar Brackets •*>*«, whlck «•
! CALL AND PRICE OUR ROODS RfcFORE PURCHARINR.
Ptrtlruiar fttteotlin fJ?«n to im*oaf*ctarlai OOe« Tables Mid Decks. »od FanUiar« or til kinds
from mil v» MU »o4 M«pW; eieo from Pftclte eud KMUra W*loat tad Uexleea wood*
All Goods Guaranteed aa Represented
HI. A. KELLI A CO.
WHOLESALE ANP EKT^IL
DRUGGISTS
Air jUSt lli Cfc Ijlul a t »L« Lilic wl
I TOILET SETS, VASES A FANCY UOODi,
FRENCH)AMD DGMEBTiC PERFUMER! AMI* vOLGRNt
In FntllfeSß Variety
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We *Lo v^ir« ibe Most Complete Stock ul
Pure Drugs Mediomes and Chemicals
Of an? Hourve il th*- Cit?, .-tad ate coriSt&iittv adding ?tfov«?lti£i
1 an J Preparation* to our Complete Stock.
4S M. A. KeUy A C#.
MISCELLANEOUS.

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