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THE DAILY INTELLIGENCER,
VOL. VII.
the ivimiMxm
Office-Front Btreet, Foot of Cherry.
K \TM OF ADVERTISING
(on- lorh or 1ea.,.1»t ln~rttoß.il 0*
Mib«*in»nt
K< lulluK noticea per Hue -• • ••• • • ■_
By tbe yar or quarter at redo**! rat«».
professional cauds
8. C. HYDE,
Attorney and Counsellor at law
SEATTLE, W. T.
Offlse on Commercial Street weal aid*.
O. JACOBS,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
0:B- In tralldlog 'irmar!y o«-upl-d bf T-arrabea
A. Hartford. near Occidental Ho at. Huamwa
promptly attended tv.
IICVI V<- BAMiARI).
rrjiiNEV at-lvw. sßirrLg. wain ftu
■I U c -II «iu J. D.»l»atrli BulldloK. Opywtl*
o<.cM«utal Uotrl.
M. <t. Nrnrr*. Ll * HT
STROVE 4 LEARY,
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW
HEATTU I ', w. T.
onto* oa Gomn.arelal f-arly on-*IU
tl,. ulUca former.j .jccupiaU bj k
Lmr,. _ »- l3a *' tf
J*»a< McNaoumt. Joaara V. McKaß«*T.
Mc>AUGHT BROS.
ATrOMEYS AT LAW,
IIATTLI, *. T-.
Offlca 111 th» bolldlac forioarlj
MoN»ui{bt k Laary. " M "
U. ■. LAHSA.MKK. o.* HAtirOBD.
I.ABBABF.F. & HANFORD,
COUNSELLORS
-aud-
Attornevs - at - Law
SEATTLE. W. T.
Offlco u;> »Uir» In Colmsu'S UullJlni:.
d'ii-ulf
«T. I*. LKWIH,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Orric*—Batler'a Buildlns. 4 %nd
utrcfit, oppoilto Occidental Motel.
HKATaLK, WABHISUTOH TfcJUIITOBY.
ORS. A. £ H. B. BftGLEY.
Humtropal hint*,
MEATTI.E. W. T.
I vll. H. B. BAOI.F.V, I ATE MIOFtHSiW OF
I t Principle* and l'rn'llf» of Hurg«»ry In In*
Mlfilil|(in Central M«'«lwal will
Suriinry an.l Hurgloal aaperlal
ts, and will attend lu call* lu auj p*rt or thf
«nuud. dIB
DR. G. A. WEED,
sI'KUKON AND PHYSICIAN,
SEATTLE, W. T.
jJOfIU-a h.iura at offlt-a ou Mill »«ra»t, IB th«
uTI Vanity Fair Building, from 10 lo 13 a. ■ . and
at raaltlauiM. furuar of Midltun and J »coud Ml.,
from I lu J r, M.
DENTISTRY.
tic* oTrr L. P flmllh k tlou'a JoW»l
--irm* TJ Sullivan's Block, Saattlo.
W. T. All work guaranteed.
IB»J.S. MAGGS
Dontlat,
OFFICE;, MILL STBKKT,
)«w galill* and Harae-a Dlort, LIST OF 00-01UIXTAL
01UIXTAL HOTEL. OS.
ARTHUR DOYLE,
AKC II I r r KC T .
OFFICE
OCCIDENTAL HOTKL
MBBIC.IL ELECTRICITY!
i M.scTßicm . or tu* uirnniaxT oom.
1 J bl nation* an.l forces. If rattoaall; applied,
will euro th< mo.l stubora cases of
CHRONIC DISEASES.
d toßufcetantlate Uua 1 offer to ta»e eaaara bf
contrai l If |e«ire<l
Oflten on Commercial etrwt, oppoelto Bchwa
bacber* »t ore, Seattle, W. T.
jeto-ltf 11. no Asl r.. Klrrlririan.
———*
T. S. RUSSELL,
UNDERTAKER
Id FRKLAtttD TO DJ ALL STYLKJ? of
Undertaking and Embalming.
Al 1 on'er* i-Kxaprjr aitraJol U>. and fi l»f4Ck-s
lluulnd.
w (Hnuio* Si but. s'sartM. W. T
)«14-d;f
SEATTLE
SOAP FACTORY
A. H. IIECKMOK. Fl»»ri»tw.
Commercial Street, Seattle,
Manufacturer of a aupertue article of Wealing
and Toilet Soap below San rraacteco prtcee.
MerebaaU aad otbete wtll tad It to Uketr ad.
vantage to patrvalae kiai ladastry.
KARL.Y HI«TOftY OF THK PROTECT
ANT KPIHtOPAL (HI H< U.
The fir»t Epi«co[>%l c'erjfjrnan that
c*me to Urngrii nu tbe Rev M M.
Facklcr. He crut*e<l the p* n» ia
1817, ia search <-f health, fbe first
services of thr chorch, of which we
L»v<? any record, were held by him iu
194H, in Ortjgi.n City, at Mr McKirdey's
resident*. A* he wn much oat of
health, he made no tffjrt to establish
services or to crgiiL.ire a parish.
It wai not till the yiar 1851. that
any definite were taken, by the
church in the east, to send a Mnawaary
to Oregon. Ths R< v William Rich
lu'it.d w»s then appointed to tLia field.
In May, 1851. be and the Re* Mr Pack,
ler bt-ld Service* in the Method lat bouse
of worabip. in Portlaod. This place
and Oregon City were chosen as the
best places for central operations. Co
lumbia City, the Dalles, Milwaukie ai-d
Hale in were selected as Bii<siun st»tioD9.
Mr Packler'a health had by this tune
so much improved, that be too w»< up*
pointed Missionary by the Board. In
IWI, congregations were organized iu
I'or tla ixl, Oregon City, Milwaukie and
Lafayette.
In 1152, church services were hi id at
Cbauipoeg, Chehelem City and on the
Tualatin Plain*, in addition to the
work undertaken the previ'>u» year, and
the Rev James A. Woodw r«l «rri,-eu
front l'i t.oaylvania. The R Julia
MeCerty, I) D, of New Y. .. > amc
out to Kurt Vancouver \V T. m InV>,
a* chaplain in the army. The small
and depressed congregation of Trinity
Church, l'ortland, persuaded liiui to
minister to them in connection with his
Work at Vencouver; and this he <1 > I
auud uiany au<i great difficulties Of.
tan, "to meet hi* appo;ntu>eutß. be
would have t<> cross a lung stretch of
swampy lend oovvrud with water to a
depth of several fuet. end rather than
disappoint his poople, h« would s'rip
off hi." clothes, tie thcui up in a bundle,
place tbeui upoi his h>ud end wade
through.
On the 2d of August, IV)!!, e meet
ing of the clergy and laity was held in
bt Paul's church. Oregon City, ut
which resolution* were passed,
the i,>; oiii'uirul i I a Mi>sion<ry Mish
ap t.r tlii» T-rrit-m s of Oregon and
Washington, aid favo'iug th«* estab
lishment of nil institution of learning
u In rriu young tueu could be trained up*
on tho-oil for the ministry. The whole
work ot |>luntinir th« church in Oregon
had to begin at the beginning, s« there
was not only no nucleus around which
to build, but there wire ninny preju
dices to oveicome ere mn' h fruit could
crown the Mis»ionury labor.
Th« General Convention which met;
in X*w York in October, 1653, elected
Rev Thomas F. Scott, of Georgia, to
be Missionary Biihwp of Oregon and
Washington. He was consecrated Juue
8, 1854, and retched Portland with his
wife April 22. 1855. The Rev Messrs
Richmond and Woodward hud returned
cast shoitly before, so that, on Bishop
Scott's arrival, there were only iwo
clergymen to aid him in his trying
*<<rk.
The first Convocation wa? held in
Portland, Jane IT, IN5>. The tir-t
church consecrated i» Oregon wn»Trin
ity Church. Portland (Sept 21 1835);
St John's Church at Milwaukie wa.i 'he
tint church built
Mr Jarnt g L. Daly wn admitted us >i
candidate for Holy Orders this year; ,
an oncouraging event to Hisbop Scott
who had uot yet reonived oue liue of iu- ;
ti mat ion of the coining of any Mia-;
siouary. (The venerabla Dr Duly still
doxs good work in Portland, superin- '
tending St Matthew's Miss Sunday
Services at St Stephen'* Chapel) Soon
after thia the lt«v Johnatone McComas,
Deacon, arrived and in 1806, the Kevs
John and James K W Sell wood. These
last bad l>eeu involved in a fearful mas
sacra in Panama, where the Rev John
Sell wood was nearly killed and both
w«re robbed of ne •rly all their earthly
possession*. The Rev JHW Sellwood
took charge of the church at
In I*oo a boarding school for boys was
opened at Oswego under Mr Barnard
Cornelius; a tract of land of nearly
seventy acres, with a Urge dwelling
situated on the west bank of tb« Wilia
mette river, having been bo' '»t for
that purpose.
lu the fall of IS3T Hl. shop no.tt was
active in traveling over his wide juris
diction and hunting up tbo mattered
sheep of the fold. Hut it was the sur
vey of a vast w<>rk without the men to
do it. Speaking of thia the Bishop
says— 'Since my return 1 have been con
tinually on the tramp—calling ocea- j
sionally to spend a few days with my
wife; northward to Vancouver Island
and Southward nearly to the head o!
the Willamette valley; eastward to the
Dalles and westward to the Pacific
And yet alas! in all this how little bave
I done. 1 can say little else of each
poiut than rent, riJi, Were
there a faithful clergyman at each poiut
I visited, how different were the work,
hov different were the frnit. how dif
ferent the retrospection!'
Bishop Scott consecrated St Mary's
Church, Eugene City, Jau. 25, 1553
Oaring this year, each clergyman, in
hi* own tield labored quietly an ! faith
fully iii the work of building up the
church and loading precious souls to
Jeeus the Saviour of men. And this
he did, amid many discouragements.
Worldhue*s on th< 1 >ne hand. and pr«j
ndice on the o'ber, were two gr«at ob
stacle* everywhere
Io 1860 " th" Ri»hop's hfart was
cheered by the arrival of lire new cler
gymen; the Messrs Carlton, P
Maples. T A Kyiar.d, D E Wille*. W T
B Jackson aad P E liyiaud. Two of
theai. however, returned E«st and
one went to Washington Territory,and.
thus, ouly two were added to Oregon.
Spencer Ball, a school for i; ir ' 9 . was
opened thia year by the Bishop at Mil
waukee It was well-nigh self
supporting at once; for a Protestant
school of thia kind w%s very mnch
needed. The Oregon I'hurrhm.ti. was
first published in this ytar.
In 1862. Mr John W Sellwnod was
ordaiaed Deacon. The wo;k, this year,
was in a rigorous state
la 18fi3,8tSta(»b«i • Chspel, Portland ■
SEATTLE, WASHINGTON TERRITORY, SUNDAY, Al'Gl'ST 21, 1ST!).
wu finishe-l acj opened, tbu§
two plaret f r cbarcb srrTice» in P. rt-
In thi< and the fall wing Tear,
•otoe of the cltr/y a,a<le extensive rui*-
si nary j urnej » through reKiot<« part*
of th«* jurisdiction.
In 186-5. the Rev i T Roberts. Deacon,
anil the Rev W II Stoy w.re *l.l. dtj
th* stuff cf clergy and the U« v John
W Sell wood advanced to the Priesthood.
Mr S*lUc* d n- the tir<-t Wiest "f the
Bishop's »-tTort to raise up men on the
soil to do the Missionary work of this
fin 1
The r ear 18»13 was ad«rk one for the
Church. ■«« both the Diocemo Schools
w. re clus ii; principally through a fail
ure to secure suitable teacher*.
At a very eirly d«y Missionary work
was undertaken iu Washington T»rri«
tory, at Olytnpia and Vanoouver, and
churches were built in those places.
Dr McCarty did good service while he
was army chaplain at Steilacooni.
In May, 1807 the aunnal Convocation
met in Portland, preparatory to the
Bishop s return ea»t for the benefit of
his wife's health. His address at that
time, whi:h proved to be a firewell ad
dress, oon'ains a resume cf his work.
There were then ten clergymen at work
with hirnaud twelve churches hal been
built; two at Portland and one at each
< f the following places: Milwaukie,
Bnttevillo, Salem, Ktigene City, Rose
bi.rg, Oregon City, Astoria, Vancouver,
Olyuipia uud I'oit Townsen 1. These
wi re nil free from debt anil had coat
hlhjiit twenty thousand dollars, of which
lifteen thnij'siid bad bren raised on
the ground Two hundred and fifty
|H-rg< r:s had been coutirmed by iuiu
• hirii.f those years in Oregon v ry few
of a t.o.u had been born i*i t f.»- . burcb
Tiiree days after ILshcp Sco.i'a arrival
i:i New York, he «ra*ci!le<i home, to
enter u|h>d that rcet which renmiueth
for all the people of G ><l. He had 1
been go beloved over the whole State
that uot only did bis children in the
Cburoh weep at the loss of tf.«ir Rev
erend Father in God, but als > all who
!.»'! i ver known him.
The church at his death wai thua j
left a-i orphan and for two vents »he
along, simply maintaining her
croii'id, until the arrival <*f her uewly
elected Missionary Bichop, the lit Rev
B Wi-tar Morris D D, in June, l!? 69. j
In tor' inteival botwe» n !>*> Seutt'sdeath
and Bp Morris' arrival. R v A S Nichol
son came to Vancouver and Rev C R
R 'l.i ell to > w aieni.
With the i oiling of Bishop Morris, e
new era begun to dawn in the Chutch
work in Oregon. Besides his own im
mcdiite family, lw brought with him
his >'vn sisier and the sUters of his
wi.'e. the Misses Rodney, ot Delaware
to aid hiiu in establishing in Portlaud,
a gul's school of a high order, nnder
the auspices of the church. Through
the liberality of Eastern Churchmeu
end especially Mr. John I) Wolf of New
York and that of his daughter, efter
his decease, a block of land belonging
to tho widow of Bishop Rcott was pur
chased and St Helen's Hall was built.
About live thousand dollars of the
buil iinsr fund came from the people of
Portland, chiefly in the form of schol
arships, to the privileges of which their
clrldrcn were entitled. The Her Mr
Stay, 'Hector of Trinity Church.'Port-
U:id, was a good frieud to the new
school He secured uiany pupils for
it, fifty of n b im assembled at its open
ing, Kept. 6, 1860 In the tea years
which have since elapsed, the average
yearly attendance of pupils has been
oue hundred and fifty.
Scott I! vntkk, aSt Louis negro, gave
a p irty on his 40th birth day. and invi
ted all the colored folks of his acquain
tance. The guests were a little sur
prised and indignant when they were
compelled to pay an admission fee of
ten cents at the door, but Hunter ex*
plained that the money would be spent
for music and beer, and good feeling
was restored. Dancing was kept up
until 2 o'clock in the morning, at which
time Hunter's wife tbonght the gather
ing ought to disperse, and she said so.
Surprise and indignation again pos-
M«se*d the guests. Mrs. Banter re
marked that the gate had been broken.
'De costs did it. I guess,' said a young
lady. "Yes, a two-leggad cow,' Mrs
Hunter retorted. That offended all the
ladies present, and their gallant escorts
took up their cause. Hunter was loyal
to his wifo in tbis emergency. lie took
down a gu. a*:d scared the company
out of the h ou»e. but they learned that
the weapon was not loaded, and re
m rirnKi in the yard. Thon h« loaded
the gun and killed Ben Ceorge, the
dandy of the party.
EXPRESS BUSINESS.
I HS rNDEKSIOSED HAVISO PCItCHAfIKD
1 the Team. Wa£oo and of Harry
Bitf'low, i« prepared to do all klndl of
Hauling and Delivery Work
At the lowest rat** and on Ibo »hortc»t notice.
Delivering Coal a Specialty.
A fur share of the f-üblic patronage it aslieUed
Jjll-dtf P. A. POOLE.
12. ABR A MS'
LIVERV. ntCK A\D FEED
STABLES
('or- tr, of Commtrcial ami Washington Sta.
SEATTLE, W. T.
Orvlet* for Hacka pr> njptlf attended today or
INSTRUCTION ON THE PIANO.
17* stzixle. raurtasoß or urate, fob-
J marteacher of Ptaao al Itilla Seminary,
California, *lll aeeept a limited number at ad
*an.ed joplle for a Ibotoofk and claaaieal iaetrcc.
Hon. Win to Pref. A i. Aadenca. PreaiJeit
of the Calveratty. For farther arrasgetnenta call
at Wb. Meydenhaaer-a. aatdlOt
ao.,
O€€IDE\TAL
■i r jr mu
SEATTLE. W. T.,
BOARD AND LODGING AT
MODERATE RATES.
This is the Largest Hotel
V -
North of San Francisco,
Aad ia
In all Respects.
PREF COlfH TO AND PRO* THE HOI SE.
JOHN COLLINS & CO.,
jel PROPRIETOR*.
NEW ENGLAND
WW O TT ■<: MA
Corner Commercial & Main Sts.,
Seattle, W. T.
THE HEW EHGLAHD "*'^."s
and ll* accommodation! for famlliea ara onaui
paaaed.
This Boom ta NEWLY BUILT, I* BARD FIN.
IHBED thruaghout, baa larga and w«ll fiimlahad
Boou. aud Qrat claaa board, on tfca
European RI an ,
can be bad at price*.
Best Hotel in the City.
L. C. HARMON,
ml-if. Proprietor.
MARIETTA HOTEL
La Conner, W. T.
MILTON B. COOK. Proprietor.
THIS lIoU.SE IS NEW AND NEWLY FI'RXISIIED,
C.OOl) ACCOMMODATIONS,
With the Comforts ol a Private House.
Tbe Tab'e will be fonod unexceptionable. The
Bar is furnished with the finest Wines. Liquors
an l Cigars. It has a large well-fllted
BIMJAKI) ROOM
Furnished with the best mod' rn Tables.
NotblnK will be left undo;.e in car efforts to
make the guests comfortable.
TERMS MODKIUTE. m&dtwly
LOAN AND SAYINGS
—AND—
ABSTRACT OFFICE
Money Received in mmi of $5 and upwards and
Loaned only on first-class Mortgage
Security.
Interest papable seini-annaally, on ft nit uaya of
January and July.
We have a COMPLETE ABSTRACT OF TITLES
to ail land* in Seattle anil King County, and
make a ip<fUlty of conveyancing aaU making
abstracts of title.
Taiea paid for nom-resident*. Pre-emption
and Houaatead papera made for settlers.
, MACKINTOSH ft REEVES.
jnhS-dAwtf
NOTICE! NOTICE!!
For Sale at a low figure
ONE FIRST - CLASS PIANO
AND
One Wilson Sewing Machine.
APPLY AT TOE
Seeee**»n4 Furniture Store
OF
SIMON URQUHART,
aaltdtf Front Street. Beetle. W. T.
GO TO
R. W. OSBOURNE
FOR BOOTS ANDSHOKS
The Ctieape't f'.iof m Washington Territory
none but th>- b*»t of stock u»e.l.
Worklc; B x>ts Made for s»>. n»lf-»W. TI eta.
rrotrt street, opposite bal'lvan* block.
ml-dtf
NOTICE TO THE
TRAVELING PUBLIC
DATID MORRIS HAVIKS SECURED A
Catarci Cartiage, ia prepared to rettiw
order* and to wait on the arrlrtl of boaU fur paa
«enger«. or to be at as; part of the city at any
h jur when ordered.
Careful Driver and Good Horses.
Price to or fr*m as; part of the city to the
boata. 50 Cents per paaMager. Price per hour.
One Dollar.
Also doe general Express. Dray atd Track bus
iness.
Orders left at Jati Lery'i j rctnptly attended
to. jnnlT-dtf
MISCELLANEOUS.
F«u i:\tihi. bbos.
Seattle, W. T.
V» e w uM an v U r* rfCfipl of t»ur
FALL AND WINTER
WV4BC* K:,
te fl'r at tbf 'W»»»» ivj ib'f prkM;
f
DRY GOODS
DKKNN, NILKN,
FlunitelN, Uomentirn,
CLOAKS. AND HOSIERY, VJIPKOIP
ERY, I'.I.ANKITS, I'i.OTHS, CASHMERES,
CVRI'EfS, OIL CLOTI, WALL
I'AI'KR, FIRST QI'ALITT
HOOTS, SHOES, t
SLIHPKRS.
iLfh)—
A foMM.trK USE OK OCR ABLE AND FINE
CI.iiTHINO. tUTS. I NDERWEAR,
TUI'NKS, El r.
At i>la:a. uumijiikaM-- l a i>d?c*.
Frauentlaal Kro*.
Sea' le, Oc?ohrr 10, I^7•<.
R. W. OSBOURNE
I« AK'Ut for tbf New luiprovod
HOWE FAMILY
Sewing Machine.
And li** privured the *ervloes of
Mi-, (i '.V. t'UURIEH
AS 80UCITIN0 AGENT.
FRONT STREET- 0 ! 1 Smith"► Jewelry
Store, Ht-a»tle. jylldtf
LOST.
ON THE NlunT IIP 1 HE RECENT FIRE IN
Seattle, the unJi lost from his store
• shirt d< tible-bteasted. worsted saek coat, in
t' !• pickets nt which were a nu:UH»r of IIIOIIC} re
eeipts and butintss b tiers. a bank Iwok anil 8.
ami W W. it. K, bund* numbered l?i ami 19">.
t ujmtnt ou tViif bon«i* hat. been slofptd,ami all
ptr< >u ar< warned against their negotiation on
pain o," eriiiinul pros.. iti. n. Tlio > ther papers
•ri> of U'i gt'o:! 'o any oto but myself. For the
return ot ai.y or ail th' -e articles a suitable re
ward will 1M- Kiveu au.l I 1 question.) N kid.
S. Kt'NNET.
Seattle, Aug. tt
S.BAXTER & CO.
IMPORTERS OF
FOREIGN
Wines and Liquors,
AND WHOLESALE DE\LER3 IN
Domestic Wines,
Liquors, Cigars,
and Tobacco
EXPORTERS OF
Wool. IlidcM, Fur*. <iiraiii, I*o
iatooH. llo|>N l Ar M &c > ,
Offor for Okie to the tr».lo only, at Wholesale
prices. tu arrive ptr British Ship Golden (Jatr.
nnw due from Liverpool to San Francisco, and
otbor vtssela to follow, in Bond or Duty paid:
100 Cases * Hennessy Brandy,
20 Cases ** * 14
100 Cases * Martell "
20 Cases Holland Red Case Gin,
50 Cases Fine Old Tom Gin,
50 Casks Guinness' Porter, quarts
and pints,
50 Capks Bass' Pale Ale, quarts
and pints,
10 Octaves Fine Old Martell
Brandy,
10 Octaves Fine Old Hennessy
Brandy,
5 Octaves Holland Gin,
5 Octaves Fine Old Islay Scotch
Whisky,
Fine Old Port and Sherry Wines,
Wc also hava coustantiyon hand a full line of
ftne OLD BOURBON WHISKIES and other DO
MESTIC LIQCORH which we iffer to the trade at
Han Francisco prices.
ssr Amenta for Scate Investment "> il
Insurance Company—Fireand Ma
rine.
; W. ■■ A ■*»*■«
Second-hand Clothes Made New
' B--the Steam Cleaning Prii au, for iatlien an 1
gentleman.
PASTS MADS TO OKDEB Of
Ore iron City Goods for $6.
TAILOKIXG. CLEANfNO .V RF.PAIRISO
; Di.n.-- at fc<v!-rt.ck prices. C*]. ;.nd examine tnj
acJ j ilot*.
Miop in Trrinont Honor. oppo»ll<-
New l.ii-iuii<l Hotel.
llAßltl^',
| Jjwtf
JACOB LEVY,
, T2i!Qring 9 C!eaning and Repairing
CASH PAID FOR
SECOND-HAND CLOTHING
BLANKETS-
Watches and Jewelry.
, CoKJoejrUl Street, between Washington and
Mala, Seattle. W. T.
MISCF.LI.AXKOrS.
LIQUIDATION SALE.
At (lie Stow of H. A. Jeuuioss
ON COMMERCIAL STREET,
In Seattle, W. T.
FOR THE NEXT SIXTY DATS
tiik kxtirk stock
Lately »w»«l by XV. A. Jonning* will In-
Sold for Caxh or Approved l'nper.
Everything Sold at Cost Prices,
EXA3IINE.
my2^twtf D. A. Jennings ©t aL
WADDELL & MILES
Ranges, Cook, Parlor and Box
STOVES,
Brass
Goods,
Pumps,
Copper,
Lead and
Iron Pipe,
Pipe
Fittings,
Steam Whistles, Gongs, Steam and Water Gauges. Globe Valves,
MALEABLE IRON FITTINGS.
Plnuihinir, Ctoppoi—Mmltlilnir*
STEAM jVIVI> GAM FITTIN(J.
Call h»«1 «umin« flu. HIANCOMA R \KGK I Hlngl* ami Doulil.. Oven : N n
Impi uvi*im ut «vi>r nil ollii'ia,
Ag«'n.« for 111# celebrated Superior Stoves, the »c*t Hold <»a tie Paclflc P. tut. . All i>lal< s
Warranted ao» to crick by Ore. Hro-Wkn warranted U> iaat five year*.
ALL J 'B WuRK NKATI.T CIKITCKII. ASK OKHIRH r:tO¥ IBK'iiU CJOVITLV riLl.kU.
_ Mill Street# Seat'fe. W. T. mywdawtf
IS YOUR PROPERTY INSURED?
IF NOT, WHY MOT?
■■.IW IMC.MM A""fti t
Agent for Seattle and Vicinity for the
NORTH BRITISH * JIKRCAXTIMI, of London and Edi n b ß r K .
The OFR9IAN AMERICAN, of New York.
The PHtKNIX, of Hartford,
And the HOMK, of New York,
INSURANCE COMPANIES.
W „ Fl x? lDß ? ranM °» nwellin K 8 aud Furniture, Store* aLd Merchandise Oraio
Mills, Manufactures, Ac. at moderate rates.
JOHN M. BLANCHARD,
. ISesidsnt Agent Seattle, W. T.
DOv'-Off (HCCCBHSOt TO M SAICHT A I.CART.)
G-LORE & WUAIDER,
MANUFACTURERS CP AND DEALERS IN'
FURNITURE!
Tli* moat cempl* itock of • iflk MIRRORfI
PARLOR. O WINDOW SB ADM,
DISIXO BOOM, FIHFPWJJFC fICT PBI *° MTD,UI • <,
8h.w«.*0.,*e., 'ssssr
Mill Street, corner of Second. opposito Occidental Hotel.
SAMUEL "Y,
AC KZM C' iV r B I 'H - ' .tv B Mj HP BC
HA* ON- HAND A CHOICB A-SORTMINT OK
GENTS' SUITS AND FURNISHING GOODS.
AT.SO
HaoU, SliMt, Brujiii, llubhrr UIIMII, UIIIU' unit Miuft' Uallrra,
And In coanectlon therewith * 8n» of Fort-lipi and Dooieatic CIMIUHTW Due»klna
li- Artm, kc., 4c., which he will make to order at Living Katea.
COMMERCIAL ?TRKI.T. FLZATIL(C, at TUB OLD .*ta>u oi Caliigas A Clark je<*2dtf
LANDS!LANDS!! LANDS!!!!'
TIIE CITIZENS OV WASHINGTON TEBRl
t'.ry ar» informed th»t t no nallinc AP
PPROVED HuLMKI-.S ADDITIONAL HoMt-
HTLADS. at the raw* following:
containing "> acd iVi %rrr> rich at 12
per «cr». i I
! Forty acrr ji «■«•<* *t f.l 30 p»r »<T«.
Kr«ctir>Li brlow furt/ ii-fl t-'J "5 prr n-r».
All cWltua warranted and *atiafai ti< □ Kuaran-
Money tu be remitted lu advan.e. All my
claims are <-rrtia«d by the ComuilMjontr of tho
lieueral Land Othc*.
J. THOMAS Tl ItXEK.
Attorney-at-Law and General Claim A3;:.!.
! Comer SeTrath aad E Street*. Northwest \t aab- j
lagton. D. C. al-diw.f I
olMAvtf
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
T. THOMPSON,
PRACTICAL
UUNMAKER,
COMMERCIAL STKEET.
OPPOSITE JENNINGS',
uarrui, v. T.
WOHK MADE TO ORDKB.—KKPAIIb
Ing of til deccrtptloc* neatly done. lu/Vl
NO. (i<).
Tinware,
Japanned
and
Marbl'z'd
Ironware
Kitchen
Utensils
or all
ilearrlptlon*.

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