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IIIIIA IXTELLICEMER.
Tuesday, June 18. 1378.
A NF.W LAYOI'T. On" of 'HE first
person* with wkum one wouui h.> moat
likely to coma in ontact with »<» mak j
inga tour of the Extern agricultural
district, would I* tb.it traditional
a d obsequeoi;< character known as
the " Yankee tin peddler * He visits
('very farm house with i well aborted
stock of Yank, e notion i. tinware, etc
This be manage* to dispose of for
rags, feather*, junk, eggs, etr. He is
always brirn full of information, » z'-u.
depository of news, and for this reason,
if no other, nearly always a welcome
visitor at the farmer's fireside. Not
until now, however, has he ever found
hi* way to Puget Sound, but hence
forth be is likely to be a permanent
institution among us. A short time
ago a gentleman of this clasi, an old
time tin peddler, came here from
the Eastern States, procured a horse
and wagon, and a stock in trade, and
started out as the pioneer vender of tin
for Washington Territory. Hs re
turned yesterday with a load of rags,
egg* and general farm truck which he
bad gathered up in exchange for hi*
■to k, and well pleased with the result
of hi* trip. H«' proposes to travel
through to the Puyalluy Valley and to
the upper Sound country. He will
also put his team on some of the down
Hound steamers and make a tour of
Whidby Island and the lower Sound
farming districts Being a cripple and
an undobtedly deserving man he will
probably receive a generous patronage
from the farmer* generally. The rugs
and junk which he receive* in exchange
for hi«go>ds have heretofore to
wast«i.
HTTh« two deserters arretted ou
Saturday and Sunday by Chief Thorn
dike were sent down to Port Towusend
yesterday morning en the North Paeific
in charge of special officer Fred Miniek
West, one of the twain, was arrested on
the steamer North Pacific, while he
was employed as a deck hand. This
makes three deserters already arrested
from that steamer. West deserted
from Sitka something over five years
ago, and has beeu on the Hound ever
since. During his stay here he has
been continuously employed either as
deck hand on some of the ateamersor in
the mills. He deserted from the ser
vice in company with another man who
is now living in this city, and who,
since his desertion has lost one of his
legs. He Mn>* they can have him if
they want him. Since the recent In
dian outbreak descriptions of a large
number of deserters who have left the
service during late years have beeu
sent to the Marshals and Sheriffs of the
various towns and cities in this Terri
tory and in Oregon, with instructions
to arrest them wherever found, and
offering a reward of S3O for each one.
These, when all gathered in, will
augment the available military force at
the various garrisons considerably.
DROPPED DEAD.—Several days ago
a band of Northern Indians arrived
here from the Naas river iii liriti*h
Columbia, and ctmped on the beach
near the old Seattle coal bunkers.
Among them was the old Chief of the
Naas tribe, who, by the way, IS as
pious a mail and /.ealous a MeatliodUt
church member as Christianised ludi
aus get to be. Yesterday one of the
members of the tribe, a comparatively
young man, was sauntering along
the road leading up from the beach,
lie stopped opposite the open doors of
Nation's Foundry and looked in for a
moment upon the wurkmeii, then
started on again, and stopped suddenly
ami laid down just beyond. It was
soon discovered that he was dead. The
Coroner visited the place shortly after,
but determined from the nature of the
ctne that an inquest was unnecessary.
BLACK KITER BRIDGE. —The peti
tion of tha Martinsburg and Cedar Kir
er settlers for an appropriation to repair
the bridge over Black rirer at Martins
burg, was rejected by the Commission
ers at their Ute session This is to l>e
regretted, as the bridge is said to be in
a dangerous and in fact untraversaUle
condition. This circumstance renders
the Black river road and the long
bridge up the Cedar rirer at its mouth
practically closed to travel. The re
sult must necessarily cause great incon
venience to quite a uuml*r of settlers.
Something ought to be done if possible
to save the bridge and retain the road
open for travel.
THE FIRST SUBSCRIPTION. —The sub
scription bonds in aid of the Yakima
extension of the Seattle aud Walla
Walla railroad are now ready for sig
nature. Ttn first to come forward in
the good cause was Mr. 11. L. Yesler,
who led off yesterday evening, with
the princely sum of $40,000, represent
ing two-hundred shares of stock. The
subscriptions will go on to day and all
will have an opportunity to show their
msttle and patriotism in the same pro
portion before the lists are close,l.
NLW TEACHEE— Prof. Gushoe, the
nsw Professor of penmanship and
book-keeping in the Puget Soand|Busi
ness College, whose arrival we men
tioned the other day. commenced his
labors iu the school yesterday. From
•otna specimens we have seen of his
handiwork, we doubt if he has any
s iperior in his special department.
iW The grain yield of the Swino
®sish flats wdl be immense this season.
Calhouu, we lesro, has 230 acres
*fcled this year, twenty acres more
tban ever before, and will have a much
larger yield to the acre thau has ever
bsen known there.
ARRIVED.—The ship Western Shore
CRine into port last evening, eighteen
days from San Francisco. The Captain
reports heavy head winds all the way
U P- The combined lumber and coal
fleet now in port nimbers eight ves
sels.
SOCIABLE, —The ladies of the Preabj
teriaa church will give * atiawberry
*nd ice cream sociable next Friday
eyeuing, in Yealer*s Hall. All are in
cited to attend
THE GREAT YAKIMA VALLEY.—A
writer in the Oreyonian, thus vividly
describe* the scenic graudeur and pic
turesque b*u of ?^ e magnificent
▼alley east of bere which we purpose
to tap with oar railroad next year:
"Your first thought is that it is a
world within itself, for you see no
bounds on either side, and like Ponce
de Leon, you miy imagine the Eldora
do is in sight. A birdseye vi»w wil!
truce the river tor over one hundred
miles in its zigzag course toward the
Columbia. Directly in front of yon it
appear* to ismo from the mountain*,
ar. 1 like a «i'ver thread it ijllatent in
the «unlight. In its curse you will
* e passes where it has forced its way
through the different ranges of bills.
Huge abutmcuts of basaltic rock in
the** place* prevent the monntain *ides
from crumbling into the channel, and at
intervals which *cem to you only a few
r«Kli, but which in reality are froiu teu
to twenty miles, you may, by the
foliage of willows and poplar, trace
the courses of the Wenat, Matches,
A tan urn. Topnish and other* of its
tributaries a* they wend their way to
the Yakima. Taking this panoramic
vi*w a< a whole, it will vie in ȟblimi
ty with a Niagara or Yosemite. The
soil of the valley is dark and sandy.
Irrigation is nece**ary in most place*
but the slope of the whole country is
so great that this is done with very
little !alx»r. Cereals arc prolific, and
sagebrush laud which, until recently,
has be< n considered worthless, will pro
duce from thirty-five to sixty bushels
of wheat every year. The climate is
colder in winter and warmer in sum
mer than the western part of Oregon,
and we have very little rain during
the year,"
EXCURSION TO OLYMPIA—JyIy 3d
and sth. The steamer Messenger will
leave Seattle for Olyrnpia on Wednes
day afternoon, July 3d, at one o'clock,
going through direct/ and has engaged
the services of the Seattle Brass Band
f*r the occasion; returning on the sth.
Tickets for the round trip $2 00, and
not transferable. A limited number
of tickets only will be spld and can be
obtained at the purser's office en board.
NEW MONEY ORDER OFFICE—On
and after July Ist., the postoffices at
Port Gamble, New Tacoma and Dayton
will be money order offices. A very
desirable addition and one that has
been demanded by the people concerned
for a long tune.
liTTbc Blakely cane in about 12
o'clock last night, bringing over a man
for surgical treatment who had his
hand mangled by a crosscut saw in a
logging camp at Port Orchard bay.
GEO. F. WHIT WORTH, a student in
the University here the past year, in
tends going to Berkeley this fall, to
enter upon a course of study in the
I*Diversity of California.
£-4*T* A large vessel is now baiug
built at North Bend on Coos Buy.
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
NEW ENGLAND HOTEL.
D Ijeousrd. Port Blakely; John
Langston, C G Rose, Frank White,
White River; James Maybears, Port-
Itnd; John Cling, Olympia; Mrs. Mc-
Donald, Huml>olt; A Clark, John Good
son, I'uyallup; Frank May, Peter Han
son. Astoria; Mark James, Oregou
City; Geo. Cook, Albany; Samuel Har
ris, Maine; John Goodhue, Mass.. L A
Stan wood, Portland; Jacob Heiliuan,
Port Gamble; C Peterson, city; M
Gruud «fc wife, Steilacoom; Chas. Case,
Port Gamble.
COMING TO OREGON.
The afflicted will be glad to learn
that n corps of Surgeons from the
National Surgical Institute, fitted with
a complete assortment of apparatus for
the treatment of every human deform
ity, will again visit Portland, Oregon,
at the St. Charles Hotel, from Juno
2oth to July Ist, inclusive, 1878. This
institution, originally founded at In
dianapolis, Indiana, has extended its
business throughout the United States,
and has attained a reputation for the
successful treatment of Spiual Curv
ature, Iffp and Knee Joint Diseases.
Club Feet, Paralysis, Tiles aud Fistula,
heretofore unkuowu to the profession.
References of the bigho«t order can be
given.
OCCIDENTAL HOTEL/AT VICTORIA
—'Persons visiting Victoria should not
fail to stop at the Occidental Hotel. It
is the first hotel from the steamboat
landing ; is tire-proof; has good acoom
modatiou for families, and as g-wd
meals as any house iu the uity, at only
00 per day.
WM. JENSEN,
Wharf street, Victoria, B. C.
K. O'CONNOR. Surgeon Chiropodist,
removes Corns. Warts, Molts, Bunions
and ingrowing Toe or Club Nails,
without pain or ache. No acids or in
jurious chemicals used.
Office at Occidental Hotel. Will
visit residences by having addre<»e» at
the hotel office. j!5-lw
THE Fountain Beer Hall, Front
street, next to the North Pacific Braw
ery, is the larjfest and finest in the city
All kind* of Beer, Ale and Porter for
•ale Luuch from nine to one o'clock
every dav ; also, fiue lunches to order.
MAIMJN DORKE RESTAURANT, Front
street, neat to the " Arcade " Kvery
thing first-cltss Open day and night.
New furnished rooms up stairs for trav
eling guests.
I). 11. WKBSTKR, Propietor
NEW STORK. —The Jatnieeon Jew
elry Emporium on Front *treet will be
reopened bv Mr. J. H Tibbitts and
wife, recently from San Bernardino,
California, with a neat stock of jewelry
and millinery goods. Picas* call.
2-tT" For the finest pickled feet
in town, Schweitzer cast*, sardines, or
anchovies, go to Vanity Fair, where the
coldest beer in town is to 1* had.
STRAWBEKRIEB AJiD CKKAM f«»r din
tier on Sunday at the Oo<ndent*l.
Liver is King.
Ihe Liver is the imperial organ of
the whole human system, as it controls
the life, health and happiness of man.
When it is disturbed in its proper
action, ah kinds of ailments are the
natural result. The digestion of food,
the movements of the heart and blood,
the action of the brain ncd nervous
syatein, are all immediately connected
with the working- of the Liver. It has
beet. successfully proven that Green's
August 1* lower is unequalled in curing
all persons afflicted with Dyspepsia or
Liv< r Complaint, and all the numerous
symptom® that result from unhealthy
conditions of the Liver and Stomach.
Sau.j le bottles to try. 10 cents. Posi
tively sold in all town* on the Western
Continent. Three d«»«es will prove
that it is just what you want.
Tivoll Beer Hall.
We have received per City of Panama
a cargo of GERMAN IMPORTED BEER ;
also, sardines, caviare, Swiss and Lim
burger Cheese. LIMBUBOER CHEESE
only fifty cents apiece. Wa also have
Schmeig'* and Steilacoom Lager Beer
on draught; and the celebrated Bud
weiser, Milwaukie, Boca and St.
Louis Lager Beer in pint and
quart bottle*. Also all kinds of lunches
to order.
IIESS & CZARSKE., PROP'S.
Occidental Sqaare
Latest Telegrams.
If the ANOLO-RI'BBIAX War bangs
fire much longer the PEOPLE of SEAT
TLE will get so tired out waiting that
there will be an OVERWHELMING rush
to the CENTENNIAL SALOON, and WAR
DECLARED against the fine BRANDS of
BEER, WINES, LIQUORS and Cigar* con
stantly kept on hand at this noted and
]«>}>ular place of resort.
-
CALL ON J. A. MCFHEE for Cigars,
Tobacco, Pipes and Cutlery. He ke#»j>s
the best supply in the city and sells at
the cheapest rate*.. Customers may be
supplied at either wholesale o. retail.
Stand in S. Kenny's merchant tailoring
establishment, Commercial street, Se-
Httle, W. T. my 17 dtf
EUROPEAN DRAFTS.—Drafts issued
at lowest rates on Great Britiao, Ire
land, Germany, Russia, France, Norway
and Sweden. Tickets to and from
Europe sold at lowest rates by Andrew
Chilberg, Seattle, W. T.

STRAWHERRRIES AND CREAM.—CaII
in at the Maison .Doree Restaurant.
The strawberries and cream speak for
themselves, and the coffee can't be
equaled. 1). H. WEBSTER.
O. 11. GOODWIN. Piano Tuner, wilJ
be in Seattle aguiu shortly to repair
and tune pianos or organs.
EASTERN OATMEAL for sale at
Chilberg Brothers
MISCELLANEOUS.
" NORTH GERMAN LLOYD
STEAMSHIP COMPANY."
HAVING BEEN APPOINTED
Apt for tbe above Company,
I CAN FURNISH EITHER
INWARD OR OUTWARD BOUND, AND ROUND
TRIP TICEETB TO
SOUTHAM PTON, LON DON,
HAVRE OU BREMEN,
At the lowest rates-
Germane deslroua of bringing their frlenda to
the Territory, will find it to thslr interest to call
on me before purchasing their Tickets elsewhere.
W. H. Pumphrey,
AGENT,
MILL STREET. *K\TTLE
iny"-dAwtf
L. B. Harkness,
MONEY EXCHAHGE
o m ob
On Mill Strret, opposite the Pout Office. I
Gold Silver and Greenbacks
Bought jtnd sold at tb* very lowest rates of
sxchangs.
Also on Ssls the
Choicest Brands of Cigars.
jeS-dtf
u
FOR. SALE.
" 1 "
a FINE LOT or
H<» Ml MILCH COVS
Just in from the Yakima Country.
ThU stock is at Abrara*' stable. on Wasllngton
•tr*«-t, wh-rf it can be sort* by thoss wishing to
purchase.
JACOB JENSEN.
jel&dtf
coiphyiiij: Horn
• M|it. 1.. H. Pmkrr, Proprietor.
/CONTAINS TWENTY WELL FrRNIBHED
v_ R«x>:ui» The Übic i» sxoellsJ by no first
olttM hotel in the Territory.
A lanje Reading R» »ui and every coavsoieacs
cf a drM-c!a*« h.»a«e.
fIS-ly
FIRM SHED ROOMS
With or Without I*oard.
APPLY st
MRS aELLXRfIOEt
Corner of tfeoond snd Msrise strssts.
DS-utf
Patching Cement
SHOEMAEER'S C*E, « OO *** Pl**
I Bottle.
L. A. TREEN.
afls-dltawU Comaasrelal rfraet,
MISCELLAXEOrS.
CITY ]DRUG STORE,
Harris & Attridge,
Wholesale Rttail Dealer-* in
DRUGS, CHKMK AI.S £ PATKVT 11II(1\H
SEATTLE, WASHINGTON* TElißl TORY
lar Orders by M*il «>r K.\prt-f> promptly to jel-d&wtt*
W. A. JENNINGS
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL HEALER IX
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS
HARDWARE,
Crockery and Glassware,
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
WINES and LIQUORS,
€. * 8 £*.?* i*w 9 cC' «*.
COMMERCIAL STREET, - SEATTLE. W. T.
MifflMl
Importers and
COMMISSION
MERCHANTS.
HOLE AOENTB for Western Washington for the
California Farmers' Mutuel
Fire Insurance Association,
OFFER FOR SALE TO THE TRADE ONLY
Teunaut's Ale, pints and quarts.
liass' Ale. piuts and quarts.
Quinesa' Porter, pints and quarts.
Hennessey Brandy, In octavvs, and 1, 2 and )
■tar in case.
Mar tall Brandy, in octaves, and 1,'2 and 3 t>tar
in case.
Otard Dupuy Brandy in octaves and ca v.
California Grape Brandy in octaves.
Scotch Whisky, in case and bulk.
Irish Whißky, in case and bulk.
Champagne—Chas. Farre, In pints and quart* ,
Landsberger's California, Imperial, and Prix ate
Ouvee, in pints and quarts.
Sherry—Finest Old Golden, Old Garvey and
California, in case and bulk.
' Port—lmported and California, in case and
bulk.
Bourbon Whiskies—Hotahng's genuine J. H.
Cutter, in case and Lulk ; White House, Univer
sal, Miller, etc., ate.
Tobacco—Plug. Granulated and Long Cut.
Cigars -The Largest Stock and "est Assortment
on Puget Sound.
93T We are the only house lu Washington Ter
ritory shipping Furs direct to London, England
and are paying the highest Cash Prices. je4.d*w
SHERIFFS SALE
OF
(irocerifs. Provisions, &f
'I BE STOCK Or OOOD3 COMPRISING THE
1 store of Olivar llcCallister, on Front street, '
Is now being sold under ettachment by a stipula
tion of the partias in interest, and at reduced
prices.
9GT Sale peremptory, snd bargains may he se
cured.
Msy M. 1878. dtf
House for Rent
A NEAT DWELLING HOUSE ON SECOND
atr*at, north of tha old Coal Road.
Fiva Rooms, Improved Garden Lot Well of
Water, and ftne view.
Tarma reasonable.
Apply to
Mackintosh & Reeves,
myli.dlw Mill Street. Seattle.
COLD!
COLDER!!
COLDEST!!!
Yea, the coldest beer in Seattle can be had at
Vanity Fair at 5 cts. per glass. Ice cold, fresh
from the arctie co«.!er. Fiva different kind on
Sought TOU*G A TURNER.
jS*?tf Proprietors.
Farm for Sale.
80 Acres Good Bottom Land!
1 * ASILY CLEARED. WITH FOUR ACRES
\\ under cultivation ; <T<«d Houae. Cellar and
Barn ; Fruit Traee-Apples. Plums and Pears ;
also Currants and Gnaaaberrtea.
Tft Building Sits contains Fire Acres high
lend tha balance is ail bottom ; situated on the
Bamamish. and thr** quarters of a mile from the
steamboat laading: is on the couaty road to
Snoqualmie and Seattle Can go and come from
Hostile tbe same day.
I will sail at aaarrlice, aa I wtah to go back
East. C. S. Patent and D*ed.
A ply to
JAMES MORRISON,
Seattle Ct*
To the Ladies!
I ~~~
; r j > HF. rNDERSIGNED HAS LOCATED ON
Cherry Street, Seattle,
Where she is prepared to Teach Mrs. F. A. Boom,
bower's System of
| DRESS CUTTING COMPLETE.
Also keeps constantly on hand a well selected
Apartment of
FANCY ARTICLES FOR
LADIES' WEAR !
Pleaso call and examine.
MRS. IV. 11. KIESIEK.
May iU. IS7B. . laJ J.i-.Uf
HARD & lIIK.
! Sjssli. Door. Moulding ami
Scroll )!iiiiufartiir<>rs. .
i
THE I'NDKRKIGNED. HAVING FORMED A
1 copartnership under the firm name of CARD
.V LAIR, to dat<> from thts date, and having
! bought all the Machinery formerly owned by M.
L. Cavauaugh. are now prepared to do all kinds
of work in their line, and respectfully invite
! their friends and the public generally to call at
their Factory on
MILL STREET,
; and get a supply of
SASH, DOORS, MOULDING
• AND SCROLL WORK,
! Of all descriptions.
Alto, FEED GROUND TO ORDER, and k«pt
I ou hand for *ale.
L. S. CARD,
P. J. LAIR.
StittU, June lit, bM. . je:t-dtf
I "
TO SPORTSMEN!
' JOHN SI LLIVM
I FAS NOW A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT
II Of:
* Trout Rod*, Reels and Flies ;
Out. Hooks. Leaders sod Lines ;
' Spoon Hooks of the very lx-at killing *tjlee ;
1 Dog Fish Hooks ;
Powder and Shot Flstks ;
I Cartridges of all size* :
Ammunition, etc.
Also a Fine Assortment of BIRD CAGES.
COMMERCIAL STREET, SEATTLE.
spi*2-dawtf
IS THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE THIRD
Judicial District of the Territory of Wsshiag
t. n. holding Terms at tha City of Beattle, in and
! for the Counties of King and Kitsap,
William A. Jennings, Plaintiff, and Charles
W. Moore, Defendant.
Complaint filed In the County of King, in the
. office of the Clark of said District Court.
The United States of America send greeting to
Cbarlea W. Moore, defendant,
( Yoo are hereby required to appear in an action
brought s jam fit you by the above nan.e<l plaintiff,
in the Di*irirt 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
i date ef this summons, or Judgment by default
will betaken against you, according to the prayer
! of the complaint.
The said action is brought to recover of you the
sum of with interest on 80 there .f,
from February loth, snd on $35 41 thereof,
frotu the 19th dsy of April, I<<7B, at the rate of
ten per cent, per annum, due by you to the said
plaintiff as follows, to-wit : fta Si) OD account
for goods, warea end merchandise, to wit :
Liquors and tobacco sold and delivered by the
said plaintiff at your special instance and re
quest. st t eCity ot Heattle. In said King County;
and for the further sum ct I'M TV» due by you to
Fraueuthal brothers for goods, which »ail sum
was duly assigned to the said plaintiff for a valu
able consideration: and for the further aum of
%c> jO, due by you to Jacob Levy for a pifltol.
which said sum" was duly aaalgnad to said plain
| tiff for a valuable consideration; and tot the fur-
J ther sum of li due by you to
brother* A Company, on account for goods, which
j aaid aum was assigned to said plaintiff for a valu
able consideration. all of which Is m«re fully set
out in plaintiff's complaint filed in thia action,
to which you are referred.
An l you are hereby notified, that If you fail to
appear and answer the aaid complaint as above
required, the aaid plaintiff will take judgment
against you for the sum of fl'34 91, interest as
aforeaald, and costs of suit.
t j Witness tha Hon. J. R. Lewis. Judge
'L.*. 5 of said Court, and the seal thereof, thia
i ( | 2d dsy of May, A. D. DCS.
' JAB. BKAVEY. Clark.
By WM. H. ANDREWS. Deputy.
M. N*r w »rr k LE.*mt. Attameya for Plalatiff.
a»y4 w't
MISCKMiAXBOrS.
I
GREAT ATTRACTION
AT Til K
" ARCADE!"
FRONT STREET,
Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Hosiery, Gloves, Ladies' Linen
and Cambric Suits, Cloaks, Parasols, &c.;
In Grand Profusion.
i the Kftrißirtsr in host fkmimiu mn
Ever offered for sale in this city.
Our Clothing Department
Is inever» particular. ureat ear.' having lnvn taken to seeiuv tlx
most fashionable styles in the market.
FURNISHING GOODS White ami Colored Shirts, Hats, Caps, Trunks
and Valises. A full line of Genuine English Merino Underwear.
We call espeeial attention to our assortment of
Ladies' Dolmans and Cloaks !
The Largest Stock 111 the City.
•sT lwt fail t > visit THK AIM'AUK ! As to prices, we simply
defy competition.
BOYD, m YOUR
ipSO-dftvi
i *
.
——————
H. W. ROWLAND
FIRE AND MARINE
INSURANCE AGENCY
REPRESENTING :
OruftnlscU.
UNION FIHK AND MA RILE IS4S f T;', Mki
HOME FIRE I*s:, MO 000
! BT. PAUL FIRE AND MARINE 18Aff ... 1 nut non
j NEW ORLEANS ASSOCIATION lar* Atom
ST. JOSEPH FIRE AND MARINE Irtrt7 Li* wL,
AMERICAN CENTRAL JHRS , ZMJMM
COMMERCIAL UNION l»f>3
NEW ZEALAND FTRE AND MARINE 18MI
1 LA CAIBBE QPNRRAT.K 1 ss>; iI.OO »,li«
tar P. liciea issued on desirable property at fair rat's.
l~&' Lossi * ctpiitahly adjusted ;in<l promptly
18. W. R<»WIiANI),
■•pli-dtf SEATTLE DRUG fiTt RE.
** w w* ■<: mu n
JOHN KEENAN «4l Also furnishes Stone
for l'uiM'iig Pnrprw*
MANU7AcrrkEu or »&» i S /< * w i t n
jji j I Pj ( emetery Work of all
TVTAWRTP if •'Cm'- I kinds executed. All or-
ITlilliPljrj (1 .tors promptly filled and
11AW IT II - & sat Miction guaranteed
ill liil I * Persona living at a dis
,T1;-n?
mm - t — " cri,,u °" ° f wut ' b,y
+ f f- .gfof * wish, can have lieitigns.
—ato— f . Price*, etc.. sent to tli«i»
,^*Zh- to choose from.
AQ-SXNTT for XT«OR BRIOHL.
Shop on Crawford k Harrington**} Wharf, Seattle, W. T
Mp4-dtf
I Chilberg Brothers,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
DKALRRB IN
Choice Groceries
4b«l keep constantly uu hanJ
ion city run com uu. bye iieil iicmt fliu
Rice Flour, and Feed.
▲!«o a well keiectA'i «tock of
Crockerv, Glassware, & Table .Cutlerv
Which the; propoee to Ml than any other bnuae >n Brittle.
FRONT STREET. SEATTLE, W. T.
SAN FRANCISCO STOKE
AT JENNINGS' OLD STAND
Commercial Street.
AS IMMENSE STOCK OF IMHIMi
—AND —
Gents' Furnishing Goods
A Large and Fine Assortment of
BOOTS A-ISRR) SHOBS.
Ladies 4 Boots and Shoes a Specialty.
We propoee to Sell oar (Jwou* Cheaper than euy other House in t&e City.
TbU new Stock we h|T« eeiected OUTKITM with PNL cere UPKLILLY fur th.a maiket.
Agent* for Oregon City Ca#eluieree.
Toklas & Silverman.

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