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i ro* 1. ftftj la** j Hf* tf. DULY INTELLIGENCER. Wednesday, June 12, 1878. SUDDEN DEATH. —Soraet A » r three wctfks ago » Mr. Wm Sicb.Of. a native of Wales, aged abo.t filty fiv* years, a farmer employee of the liellingham B»y Coal Company, and f,,r about two years past employed at the Newcastle mine, came to town and put up at the New England Hotel. His business was hero to receive medi cal treatment for a heart and lung trouble, from which be bad l>een suffer ing considerably for years past. To all outward appearance he looked healthy, and only those familiar with his case would suppose him otherwise than a thoroughly able bodied mm. He retired to bis chamber at about the usual time night before last, without partaking of any supper. After retiring it appears he did not go to sleep on account of a troublesome cough, and severe distress about the chest and heart At aliout eight o'clock ha called to bis room mate, and re quested bim to g>> at once after a doctor, as be was suffering intensely. The lat ter quit the apartment immediately, and on his way out notified the night clerk, Mr. Walch.of the man's condi tion. Mr. Walch left the office a mo ment after to visit his room, bat upon arriving at the head of the stairs, in the hall way, he found the unfortunate man lying dead, where be had dropped while attempting to go down stairs. A )>o*t mortem examination revealed the fact that the immediate cause of his death WAS A rupture of the membranous sack which encloses the heart caused by violent coughing, the sack beiug distended with water, resulting from dropsy of the heart. Deceased had S2OO in coin deposited in the safe at the New England Hotel, and a due bill on the Bellingh&m Bay Coal Company for S3OO. lie has no rolativs in this ooun try, and his native town in Wale* t is not kuown. He was buried yesterday afternoon. THE DESERTERS~Soma excitement was caused here yesterday morning as the news of Al. Benson's and Hall's arrest on the eveuing previous was bruited about the streets. Benson came here some eighteen months ago, and soon after secured a situation on the steamer Alida as steward, where be has since been employed. The other young man, Hall, was for a year or more em ployed on the Northern Pacific Ilail read at Taeoma; but getting out of a job there last Winter, bis old friend Benson got hint a situation on the Alida as deck hand. Both young meu have sustained a good reputation here, and especially Benson, who is better known and has many friends in this city and all over the Sound, and wan considered an excellent young man. He felt terribly mortified at his arrest and exposure and was weeping bitterly when our reporter called upon hiin at the jail yesterday. The other young man takes it more coolly, however. But Benson's case is aggravated much by the fact that since coming here he has fallen in love with and be.Mi engaged to an estimable young lady of this city, to whom he was expected to be married soon, we are tela. He has also a mother and two sisters in San Francis-jo to whom he fears the news of hia arrest will cause much pain. He and his associate en listed at San Francisco in the winter of 1N75, for five years. He saw no other opening, he states, at the time, but soon found the service very unpleasant, as also unprofitable, aud concluding that he ought to be accomplishing something more in the world for him self than drawing the small monthly pittance of a private soldier IU time ef peace. deserted He was captured, and deserted again, the last time, two years ago, from Fort Caoby. The two left here last evening, in charge of Capt. Burton, for Vancouver. ANOTHER VICTIM. —Yesterday after- | noon, another aocident happened on the Seattle and Newcastle Railroad, uear Kenton, by which a young man , employed as brakeman, by the namo of j Charles Brenk, had his ankle aud foot ballv crushed. Tbe cars were being backed along the track at the time, when they came in ooutect with aud run over a cow, which caused three or four of tbe rearmost oars, between which tbe brakeman was standing, to run off tbe track. In doing so, he was thrown partially under one of them, so that a oar wheel paised over his foot aud ankle, crushing the bono* aud bruising it so severely as to render am putation just above tbe ankle neces sary. Iu addition to this injurr he was also somewhat bruised about tne shoul der and face from his fall. Tbe car* J were being backed along very slowly ut the time of tbe aocident, and were in stantly stopped, when the injured man was extricated, bis foot bound up as well as possible, when the empty train immediately returned to the city. He wt« at ouce taken to tbe New Kugland Hotel, and attended by Dr. Baglcy. who, we are informed, will perform the amputation early this morning QT The steamship Great Kepubii it is now taid, will ply between San Francisco end Astoria— not going to Portland, as no vessel of her tonnage oould well get over the bars up tne Columbia, aud should have, we think, tome fears about crossing the bar at the mouth of the river. Tbe steamship is 376 feet in length, 41 fee t beam. IS feet ordinary end 22 feet laden depth ot hold. She registers nearly 4,(XX) tons. PASSEI> BV.— Capt. Hurtou's com mand, consiatiug of soaie thirty odd tnsn, did uot come up on the North Pacitic yeaterday afternoon as we were informed, but reached here about 11 o'clock laat night on the tug Mastick tn route for Tacoma, whence they will proceed to Vaucouver, where they will Uke the place of others from that post »h<> have already gone to tbe fr*ut. §T The at earner Black Diamond brought down a large »cow load of aa •orted lumber- cedar, ald» r and isaj U —lat>t night from Mr. Watana Allen * mill n»-ar Fall* City. The W«nat also brought down a aoow toad frimt the same mill. It ia consigned to (>lc>re Wuuder, O. Schtlliatad and Card A: Lair. BRITISH COLUMBIA ITEMS. Tbebark Quickstep, Capt. Barcaby, IS days from Honolcong, arrived in Royal Roads oo Monday morning. She brings 400 tous of general merchandise for Chinese firms in Victoria, and 305 Celestials as passengers. The majority of them, it is stated, will proceed to Cassiar and Cariboo, whilst others will r-main in the city, depreciate the v*lu of labor, make a littie money, and in the ordinary course of affairs return with their accumulated wealth to China. Had these 355 Chinamen landed in Queensland yesterday instead of British Columbia a tax of SSO per bead would have been collected on every one of them ! What an acceptable addition to the revenue of this country $17,750 w:Mild have proved in this particular in-tance i A match foot race far the Ottawa cup took place yesterday between Mr. Punster, M. P., and Robert Porter, a butcher. The distance run was 300 yards, aud after a stiff contest the butcher came in sii inches ahead of the legislator. Work on the fortifications has l»een commenced. The p%y for the labor employed is fixed at $2 per day, aud the preference will be given to men be longing to the Artillery Compnny. THE COMMUTER MEETING. The Committee on Arrangements for the comiug Fourth of July celebration beld their second meeting At Yesler's Hall last evening. Present— Messrs. Gat zert, Jennings, Slorab, Ilail, Sparling, Anderson, Levy and Turner Mr. Gat zert was elected to the chair. The Committee ou Music made a report to the effect that the baud had refused to play on the occasion tor less than S2OO and " found"— although as to how they were to he 14 found" was not fully explaiued. This extravagant proposi tion was scouted, and a motion put and carrie 1 to do without music. A proposition was then made that music be engaged from some other place. This motion was left for future con sideration. The programme for the regatta, as prepared by the Regatta Committee, was accepted unanimously. The Committee ou the Oration and Heading of the Declaration of Inde pendence reported that they had se cured Heller, Esq ,as Orator of the Day, and Prof. Chas. Young as Header of the Declaration of Independence. The Committee on Finance were in structed to commence the collection of funds on Monday next. The Commit tee then adjourned to meet again at the same place ou the evening of the —th instant. FROM OUEMKS Mr. Morgan, of the Guetnes copper mine, who was in town yesterday afternoon on bu*iue«s connected with that enterprise, tells us tbat we weie misinformed in makiug the statement in au article recently that the new tunnel being put into the bluff at the mines to strike the lead a hun dred ami fifty feet below the surface, had been sunk in sixty-five feet, where as they have already advanced two hundred feet, and have iu all probabil ity but fifty or seventy-five feet more to go. They have recently doue some prospecting on the lead above and found very rich croppings. A ton (if the ore taken out of the shaft men tioned by us in a pervious article, was sent to San Francisco, where an assay was made by the State assayer. It was found to coutaiu from teu to twenty five per cent, of copper, aud from #7 to S2O per tou in gold aud «ilver. They wire offerel from |lt> to #7O per ton for all the ore of this quality they could deliver in San Fram isco by Mr. Baud let, who is buying for the Bal timore works. The demand is unlim ited. The prospect for the success of the copper mine, according to his state ment, looks decidedly flattering. CLOSED OUT.— With the exception of bis safe, a number of clocks aud the more valueless portion of bis stock, which was sold at auction, tbe bulk in value of Jamieson's jewelry establish ment is boxed up ready for shipment by the next steamer for San Francisco, the creditors deemiug they could realize more for them there at retail than here at Hitction. which the Lord knows they ought to do, for such things are gener ally sold one day for three times as muck as the dealer in tbeni would give for them tbe next, if brought back to bim. The goods sold here by auction brought on an average about what they were worth—the safe being purchased for the Auditor's office for #4OO. THE CAMP-MEETING at Fermlale, in this county, which concluled its lal»or« on last Monday forenoon, after four days' religious exercises, was not quite as successful as its chief promoters de- Mrad. There was a large and enthusi astic attendance of ludians, which, iu a measure, made up for the sparse attend ance of white people. The most nota ble event of the meetiug was the marri age ot twenty-eight Indian couples The clergy in attendance were Rev. Mr. Fairchilds. of Seattle, presiding elder, Kev. Mr. Mogul, of Whidby Island, and Kev. W. M. Btewart, uf Semiab moo.—lt. 11. \f'iU. HOCK SOAP. —This product from the Ventura Hock Soap Mine is claimed to be not ouly a substitute for soap but an improvement upon it. It is good for the toilet and bath, removes ink and fruit stains, tar, pitch, etc., aud a< a tooth powder is said to be the beat dentrifice in use. It comes, for all the purposes designed, in neatly de signed |>ackages, tablets, etc.. being put up in the form of powder and of cake*. The Agent, who is in town, will call at every bo iy's resilience here, aud exhibit this new product FOB THE CAPITAL.— Mr. Levy went up on the steamer Messenger yesterday to Olympia, taking with him all the necessary apparatus for tke establish ment there of a soda manufactory. The District Court of tbe First Judicial District, Judge Wingard pre siding, is now in session at t olfax. Whitman county. There are seventeen eases oo tbe docks* there. ICE CBEAM At the Maiaon Doret this evening and for the balance of the aeaaon HOTEL ARRIVALS. OCCIDENTAL HOTEL. Orrin Hall, Portland; T O Wilso», City; J M Flowers, Cedar River; R O C«nnor, Port Townsend; James Duval, Snohomish; J 3 Morgan, Guemes Island; H B McCabe, White River, Abe Mayer. San Francisco; Charles Kenneth, Coupeville; John Sebo, Chica go; Themis Foran, Olympia; SEW ENGLAND HOTEL. W Wright, San Francisco; Michael Ryan. City; Wm Liuk, Milton; C El well. C Howell, Old Tacoma; R Oar land, Oscar Babcock, Skaget; A Howell, Tacoma; Miss Smith, W S Jameson, Port Gamble; J S Reese, Texas; Thomas Christopher, White River. Tivoli Beer Hall. V\ e have received per City of Panama a cargo of GERMAN IMPORTED BEER ; also, sardines, caviare, Swiss and Lim burger Cheese. LIMBURQER CHEESE only fifty cents apiece. We also have Scbmeig's and Steilacoom Lager Beer on draught ; and the celebrated Bud weiser, Milwaukie, Boca and St. Louis Lager Beer in pint and quart Wottles. Also all kinds of lunches to order. HESS & CZARSKE., PROP'S. Occidental Sqaare DR. R. W. KIBBE AND WIFE having located here for a time is prepared to treat chrodfc ailment by the Electro Vital Magnetic treatment. Curable diseases removed without drugs. Fe male weakness a specialty. The doctor can be consulted at his office on Front Street, between Cherry and Columbia. Otfiee hours 9A.M.t00 p. M. jelOrdtf MAISOX DOREK RESTAURANT, Front street, next to the •• Arcade." Every thing first-class. Open day and night. New furnished rooms up stairs for trav eling guests. D. H. WEBSTER, Propietor. tsr For the finot pickled feet in town, Schweitzer case, sardines, or anchovies, go to Vanity Fair, where the coldest beer in town is to be had. BUT your groceries at T. Lyle's, the cheapest house in the city. Quick salee and small profits is mv motto. FOR GENUINE GERMAN Milk Bread go to Piper's. EASTERN OATMEAL for sale at Chi!berg Brothers MISCELLANEOUS. " NORTH GERMAN LLOYD STEAMSHIP COMPANY." HAVING BERN APPOINTED Agent for the above Company, 1 CAN FURNISH EITHER INWARD OR OUTWARD BOUND, AND BOUND TRIP TICKETS TO SOUTHAMPTON, LONDON, HAVRE OR BREMEN, Ai the loweet r*tee- Oerratns dMirous of brlngisg their friend* to the Territory, will find It to their Interest to csl) on me before purchasing their Tlcketa elsevher*. We H« Pumphrey, AGENT, MILL STREET, BB4TTLE iay7-d*wtf S.IUDB&OL Importers and COMMISSION MERCHANTS. BOLE AGENTS for Weatern Waahingtoc for tbe California Farmers' Mutual IFire Insurance Association, OFFER FOR SALE TO THE TRADE ONLY Tenoant'e Ala, plats and quarts. Bass' Ale. pints sad quarto. Guineas' Porter, ptato and quarto. Hauneaeey Brandy, la octoTae, and 1, 2 and 3 •tar In eaae. Mart all Brand?. In ectovee. aad 1,3 and 3 star to case. Otard Dupuy Brandy la octaves aad ease. California Grape Brandy lo octaves. Scotch Whisky, la case sad balk. Irish Whisky, la cess and bulk. Champagae—Chaa. Fairs, la plats and quarto; Laudeberger'a California, Imperial, and Private Cure*, to plots and quarto. Hfcarry—Flnset Old Golden. Old Garvey and California, in case and balk. Port—lmported and California, la case aad bulk. Bourbon Wbiekiae-Hotaling's feauloe J. H. Cutter. to case and bulk ; White House, Calver sal. Miller, etc., etc. Tobacco—Plug. Granulated and Long Cut. (Scars -Tbe Largeet SUM k aod "est Assortiaeat on Puget Soon*.. a/- We are tbe only bono lu Waahiegton Teo> iltory ebipping Fur* direct to London, England ( and ax* paying the highest Oaab Price*. jei>dAW j W H. LLEWELLYN & CO, Books anil Stationery, PHOTOGRAPH AND Autograph Albums, FANCY ARTICLES. 4C. Tobacco and Cigars. FRONT STREET, OPPOSITE ODI* FELLOWS' HALL. mjJO-dtf. _ MISCELLANEOUS. CITY DRUG STORE, Harris & Attridge. Wholesale ai. \ Retail Dialers iu DRIM CHEMICALS i PATENT MEDICINES. MB■-11 SEATTLE, WASHINGTON TERRITORY. tsr Orders by Mail or Express promptly attended to. jel-d«fcwtf W. A. JENNINGS WnOLESALF. AND RETAIL DEALER IN* GROCERIES. PROVISIONS HARDWARE, Crockery and. Glassware, FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC WINES and LIQUORS, Vobac«*«i« Cl*•*, t€c*. COMMERCIAL STREET, - SEATTLE. W. T. SUMMONS, | N THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE THIHD 1 Judicial District of the Territory of Wash ington. holding Terms at the City of Seattle, iu and for the Counties of King and Kitsap. James KeifiT, William H. Pearson, Hans Lee, Thomas Conway and John T. Maguire, Plaintiffs ; vs. John Lodge and Thomas Pearson, Co-partners under the firm name of Lodge & Pearson, De fendants. Complaint filed in the County of King, in the office of the Clerk of said District Court. The United States of America send greeting to John Lodge and Thomas Pearson, Co-partners, under the firm name of Lodge «v Pearson, De fendants. Ton are hereby required to appear in an action brought against yon by the above-named plain tiffs, in the District Court of the Thirl Judicial District of the Territory of Washington, holding Terms at the City of Seattle, iu the County of King, for the Connties of King and Kitsap, and to answer the complaint filed therein, within sixty days (exclusive of the day of service), after the date of this summons, or judgment by default will be taken against you, according to the prayer of the complaint. Ths said action is brought to obtain a judgment against you in favor of the plaintiff James Keiff, for the sum of slf>7, and interest thereou front March 28th, 1878, and in favor of the plaintiff, William H. Pearson, for the sum of s2ll* 25. and Interest thereon from the day of February, 1878 : and In favor of the plaiutiff, Hans Lee, for the sum of $142 34, and interest thereon from the 18th day of February, 1878 ; and in favor of the plaintiff, Thomas Cenway, for the sum of (111. and for interest thereon from the 18th day of February, 187*; and in favor of the plaiutiff, John T. Maguire, for the sum of $57 50 and inter est thereon from the Ist day of December, 1877. All for work and labor done by said plaintiffs iu cutting and seeming certain sawmjogs in the County of Whatcom, W. T., betwe«n»the first day of September, 1877, and the 2Mh day of March, 1878, at your request; and to foreclose liens upon • lot of about 100 fir and spruce saw-logs now in Wilson's Slongh, and a let of about 30 to 40 fir and spruce saw-logs now in Gage's Slough, in said County cf Whatcom, for the several amount* due said plaintiffs as wages for labor thereon, for which Judgments are herein prayed fcr as above mentioned, and for costs of this suit, and for general relief. And for a more particular state ment of the cause and genera! nature of said action, you are referred to the piaiutlffs' com plaint on file herein. .. * Witness the Hon. J. R. Lewis, Jud*e of It. s.} said Court, and the seal thereof, this *—- ' 7th day of May. A. D. 1878. JAS. BEAVEY, Clerk. By WM. H. ANDREWS. Deputy. W. H. WHIT* and L\BBAUEK & HANFOOD. Attor neys for Plaintiffs. myll-w7t IK THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE THIRD Judicial District of the Territory of Washing ton, holding Terms at the City of Seattle, in and for the Counties of King an t Kitsap. William A. Jennings, Plaintiff, and Charles W. Moore, Defendant. Oomplaint filed in the County of King, iu the office of the Clark of aaid District Court. The United States of America send greeting to CharlM W. Moore, defendant. You are hereby required to appear in an action brought against you by the above named plaintiff, in the Diatriet Court of the Third Judicial Dis trict of the Territory of Washington, holding Terms in the City of Seattle, in the County of King for the Counties of King and Kitsap, and to answer the complaint filed therein, within sixty days (exclusive of the dsy of service;, after the date ef this summons, or judgment by default will be taken against you, according to the prayer of the complaint. The aaid action is brought to recover of you the sum of $lO4 91, with interest on 50 there >f. from February 10th, 1878, and on $35 41 thereof, from the l»th day of April, 1878, at the rate of ten percent, per annum, due by you to the said Jilalntlf! a* follows, to-wit: *69 50 on account or goods, wares end merchandise, to wit: Liquors ami tobacco sold and delivered by the said plaintiff at your special instance and re quest, at t. eCity of Seattle, in aaid King County; and for the further sum of $25 ly due by yon to Frauecthal Brothers for goods, which said sum was dvly assigned to the said plaintiff for a valu able consideration; and for the further sum of $£ 50, due by you to Jacob Levy for a pistol, which said sum wss duly assigned to said plain tiff for a valuable conaideration; and for the fur ther sum of $3 12 doe by you to Sobwabecher Brothers A Company, on account for goods, which •aid own was assigned to aaid plaintiff for a valu able consideration: all of which is more fully set ont in plaintiff's complaint filed in this action, to which yon are rsftrred. Aml you are hereby notified, that if you fail to appear and answer the said complaint as above required, the Mid plaintiff will take judgment agminst you for ths sum of $lO4 91, interest as aforsssid, and costs of suit. / i Witness the Hon. J. R. Lewis. Judge )L s ' of said Court, and the seal thereof, this I j 2d dsy of May, A. D. I*7*. JAS. SKAVEY, Clerk B? WM. H. ANDREWS, Deputy. MCVACOBT A" LEAST. Attorneys for Plaintiff my4-w7t PROBATE NOTICE. I v THE PROBATE COURT OF THE COUNTY I of Kin*. Territory of Waatington. In the rnstter of the Estate uf SOLOMON BAXTER, deceased Order to show cause why Decree of Distnbu. tion shook! not be made. On reading and Allog the petiti n of George U Ttbbette Kaecutor of the last will snd tegument of Solomon Baxter, deceased, setting forth that •aid estate is in a proper condition to be closed, and • portion of ths residue of aaid estate remains to be divided among the devisees and lcjatssi of said deceased, as the persons entitled : It is ordered, that all persons interested in the estate of the ssid Solomon Baxter, defeased, be snd appear before the Prvbate Court of the County of King, at the Court Room of sstd Court, «n the City of Seattle, is said King County, on Saturday, the Rtt dsy cf June. A. D. I*7B. at'lo o'clock, a. then ami there to show cause why ■n order of distribution should not be made of ad of the restdss of ssid eeiate among the de*tae*s and legatees of ths ssid decessei. according to ''y || farther ordered, thst a copy of thia order be uubJiahed weekly for four successive weeks, before the said 29th dsy of June, A. D. Is.*, iu ths Wnnt IVTULUOMCKS. • newspaper printed a&d published in the aaid King County. *** P THOMAS BURKE. Probate Judge. l* 7B - isl-wtd NOTICE. T HEREBY GIVE NOTICE THAT I HAVE i A withdrawn my connection heretofore exist* ing with the business known as the Martins burg Brewery, »t Martinsburg. Black River. In i King County, and henceforth will have no Inter est or concern with the Mid business. JOHN DROMMERHAUBF. May 20th, 1878. my2l-dlm SHERIFFS SALE OF Groceries, Provisions. &c j r J"HE STOCK OF GOODS COMPRISING THE i 1 store of Oliver McCallister, on Front street, i is now being sold under rttachment by a stipula tion of the parties iu interest, aiul at reduced ! price*. .Sale peremptory, and bargains may be se ' cured. May 22, 1878. dtf WANTED! \ MAN AND WIFE TO <lO TO SAN JUAN ! \ Island. j A German couple preferred. Man to work in s j parking house, and woman to cook. Steady | p'ace for good hands. ' Wages f(0 snd $25 per month Apply at this office, or to CLARENCE E. DODGE, my22-dlw San Juan, W. T. To the Ladies! ! r J~ , HE UNDERSIGNED HAS LOCATED ON Cherry Street, Seattle, Where ahe is prepared to Teach Mrs. F. A. Boom, hewer's System of OREBS CUTTING COMPLETE. Also keeps constantly on hand » well selected Assortment of FANCY ARTICLES FOR LADIES' WEAR ! Please call and examine. MKS. W. 11. KIESTKR. May j.id, 1878. my23-dtf CARD & LAIR, , Sash, Door, Moulding and Scroll Manufacturers. j'THK UNDERSIGNED. HAYING FORMED A | 1 copartnership under the firm name of CARS 1 LAIR, to date from this date, and having bought all the Machinery formerly own«d by M. L. Cavanaugh. are now prepared to do sll kinds of work in their line, ami respectfully Invite their friends and the public generally to call at their Factory on TVTTTiTi STREET, , and get a supply of iSASH. DOORS, MOULDING AND SCROLL WORK, Of all descriptions. Also. FEED GROUND TO ORDER, and kept j on band for sale. L. S. CARD, P. J LAIR. Seattle, J una lat, l»7s. je-Mitf Farm for Hale. 80 Acres Good Bottom Land! i"I A SILT CLEARED. WITH FOrR ACRES I*4 under cultivation ; good House, Cellar ahd » Barn . Fruit Tr+*m— Apple*, PI urns and Pears ; also Currants and Gooseberries. The Building Site rontaina Five Acres high land, the biiame is all bottom . situated on the S*mamisb. and three-quarters of s mile from ths steamboat landing; is on the county rosd to Snoqualmie and Seattle Can go and come from Sesttle the aame day. 1 will sell at a eatiriOce. as I wiah to go bsok East. U. S. Patent and Deed. J ply to JAMES MORRISON, s*> Jtf-dtf Seattte OTM Uimm. MISCELLANEOUS. ™ " 1,1 I - I GREAT ATTRACTION —AT THE— "ARCADE!" FRONT STREET, aiEATTTi' ■ as, (I m.m'. Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Hosiery, Gloves, Ladies' Linen and Cambric Suits, Cloaks, Parasols, &c.; In Grand Profusion. TIIE BUST. CIIRIPESTIMI HOST PtSiIIOMBLE STOCK Ever offered for salt 4 in this city. Our Clothing Department Is complete in every care having been taken to secuiv tlx most fash iodide styles in the market. GOODS—White ami Colored Shirts. Hats, Caps, Trunks anil Valises. A full line of Genuine English Merino Underwear. We call especial attention to our assortment of Ladies* Dolmans and Cloaks ! i The Largest Stoek in the City. . *ae* Don't fail to vi.it THK AKCADK ! As t.. |.rie. •s, we simplv defv competition. BOYD, mm & yoifPrtj. apSO-dJkvt 1 « H. W. ROWLAND FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE AGENCY REPRESENTING : nv , AW ~, Organized. Audi. UNION h IHE AND MARINE . ft HOME FIRE ...1863 «;U. hh ST. PAUL FIRE AM) MARINE ...INK 1 OOOOiki I NEW ORLEANS ASSOCIATION .AMO... SSkl ; ST. JOSEPU FIRE AND MARINE 18*17 SMI'.MU ! AMERICAN CENTRA! 1M9... , COMMERCIAL UNION 1889 13 SWUM NEW ZEALAND FTRE AND MARINE 1«9... W, UK CAISSE OEVFRAI.F. 1^ ; tfOUj' O IT I' licitffl issiKtl on <lesir»l»U» property nt fair j :«r Losses equitably adjusted ami promptly ,j 18. W. KOU lilMl. —pli-dM SEATTLE I'RI'G STvftK fe* K^L*s? r n* mc ru ■<: ■& ■» JOHN KEENAN *■ Aha furnishes Monc for Huild : ng purposes MANurAcrikßH o» | 9 (Yuuter Work of all W A PBT.F ft All " r ' | .fj jVyjQhjk tiers promptly filled and II A\IT HI I? VIV I*% f y" r? i l' - i«fuetion gnsntuttHnl I I # , jil l* er,,o,i ® living at ii dis .,„. 4 -Tnr?iy^--i f I®L tancc, by sending a de wmrnm *^ ,cri,,tio "° fwhatth * y '■ i"! wish, can have Deigns. ~ 4WI> ~ y fjflp Prices, etc., sent to tlieu PBJPa» ~ v "" >?T»»s ii iir * ' S * roui - AGBRTT for XLOR BRIOK. ; Shop on Crawford k Harrington's Wharf, Seattle, W. T Mptdtf ' ' | Cliilbers Brothciit, WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALERS IN Choice Groceries ▲ad keep cou*Uutly ©a hand ' Oltttl (ITT It II HEAL RYE HI. IDIXIIEiT Ul Rice Flour, and Feed. Also a vol) Miwte*! stock of Crockerv, Glassware, & Table Cutlerv Which th«y propoM to Ml r.B«af*r tb»n tny ntber b»nM la Bcattla. FRONT STREET. SEATTLE, W. T. Sill FRANCISCO STORE AT JENNINGS' OLD STAND Commercial Street. A\ mm K STOCK OF I'LOTHIUKi —AND— Gents' Furnishing Goods A Lirgt* Kiue AsHortnivnt of BOOTS A.3STXS SHOES. Ladies' Boots and Shoes a Specialty. *« |»rupu«* t • B«U oar Uouua Gb?ap«r tbsu any other Hou*e in tti* City. Tfcu new Stuck we have uun»e|vc* with great care mpecUllj fur tfcl* tuarkct. ▲gmta fur Orerfoß Ctty t'**eiii.»r*». . UiUJw-au Toklas &Sino-erman.