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DAM INTfiLLICBM'BR.
THE OAILT ■NTEMJUtXCCE I*
Published every msralag, (Mondaysex
•apted,) sad delivered to aabscrloers anywhere In
Iks eltjr. at SS eonta par week, payable to tbe
Oarrler; single copies I Oconto.
Par annum. IIO.OS In advance.
tHE WEEKLY IfTEUIVEXfER
Tall ola *ad popular Journal of Wratern Wa»h
--l with the Isrgeet circulation of any P»i«r
la the Territory, Is published every Saturday
saorulnf. Tarma Three Dollar* par ac
aam. la advar<"«; otherwise. W-Wt.
Tuesday, May 26. 1880.
AMERICAN VS FOREIGN SHIPS AS
SAILERS.
In SO many long voyages have Amer
ican ships proved superior to British
ships ss sailers, that the fact of their
saperiority has come o be acknowl
edged tbe world over. Home have
el timed that (be difference was in tbe
baild of tbe vessels, and others in the
energy, the dispatch, the hurry of
American ship owners and masters.
In tbe jays of clippers there was macb
in tbe reas >n first given, bat less at
this time. In the second reason there
is more than most people are aware.
All foreign ships are sailed on very
slow principle*. In comiog to the
Sound for lumber, for instance, ■ far*
eign ship will I*7 around doing no
tbiog days enough to enable a coaster
of the same towage and capacity to
take in her cargo aud be eff. It is a
g iod deal tbe sane when it cornea to
geing out. Tbe coaster fioisbes up in
tbe evening of perhaps her hardest
day's work and is off the same night.
Tbe last 50 000 feet will be several
days going on a foreigner, and several
days more will she then lie off tbe mill
and in the port of entry. It fsnn»
donbtedly the same on the ocean, for
tbe same disparity exists in tbe length
of voyages between ports. There have
lately been a number of striking illus
trations of the trath of wbat we say ia
this matter. Four American and th:ee
English abips, all * beat laden, arrived
at British ports daring tbe latter part
of Marob and beginning of April, from
San Fraocisco. Two of tbe American
ships Went to Queenstown, and two to
Liverpool, and one ef tbe English
abips went to Liverpool and two to
Queenstown. Tbe two American ships
that went to Queenstown were each
100 days in making the voyage, while
tlis English ships were 160 and 171
days respectively. The Eoglish ships
that went to Liverpool was 165 days on
tbe way, wbile tbe American ships
were 1• ft and 116 days respectively.
These facts aud figures tell a great
deal in our favor, and as tbey but cor
roborate what has been told a tbou -
stud times before tbey must be believed.
A recant writer claims that one element
of onr superiority as sailers is due to
the use of cotton canvas, which better
holds the wind aud iuerea-MS the pro*
polling power more than the flax can
vai sails commonly used on English
•hips. Ha claims a difference of thirty
miles a day in favor of ships carrying
ootton canvas sails.
It is about time a good many appar
ently intelligent persons learned what
" diri" means, and for their information
we refer them to Webster's dictionary a
There is no word tuo<e misused than
this one. "Earth" is a cleaner, strong
er and more expressive word, and why
it should be pnt aside for "dirt" we
canuot imagine. The two are in no
wise syuouytuous, And yet four out
of five persons so DM them. We bear
of gold miners washing out so many
pans of "dirt;" in engineer's estimates
we road of the excavation or filling of
so many yards of "dirt," and It is
" dirt, dirt, dirt," everywhere and on
overy occasion, and earth seldom or
never A little reform io the use of'
this word will be very sensible,
SHIPPING NOTBS.
Tbe barkentine San Luis, formerly
the revenhe cutter Lincoln, has gone
Aorth on her first oodfiohing voyage.
C*pt. MoDonald, late of the Constitut
tion, is in command of hsr.
The British bark County of Denbigh,
from Astoria October 26th, with wheat
tor Qu«enstown, has not arrived at ber
destination. Bbe was tpokeo, January
22d, in 5o North 29° West, end has
doubtless mst with some serieua mis-1
hap. »'
A new ship is buildieg at flOweM's
yard, in Bath, Me. She is one of the!
largest ever built at Bath, and will be
ready for launching iu a few days. She
>• to be named the Thomas M Beed,
and will toed et Baltimore fer Ban
Fraaeisoo.
The 8. F. AUa says: ** A fine three
masted schooner is being built at Port
Ludlow by Mr Murray, the builder of
tbe barkentine Eureka. Captain Paul.
«>f the sohooner Mary Buhne, is to oem
mend her, and goes up shortly to super
intend ber construction."
There arrirad it the port of New
York, during the month of April, from
foreign ports, 874 .veasels. of this
number 897 wsre British, 288 American.
87 Norwegian. 73 Qtrmu, it Italian,
and the remainder of varioos mtinnel
ities. Daring the mom period there
arrived from coastwiw ports, via Hell
Gate, 689 *e»t|«, aad via Hendj Hook
The number «r vessels beloeging to
or l>»ond to or Imn porta ia the United
State*, reportel totally k«t aad mis*io K
daring the month of April, te 62. The
lirt oompruta 4 ■ (earners. 7 shipe, 87
barks, 6 brig* aad 10 tsbwem, nod
their to'sl value, *xcluiive of cargoes
ise*im*ted at $1,600 uOo of the
24 veweß vanrad at #864.000, Were
osri.ed lu thi United Mtatee.
Job* Rose w»s tarred nod feathered
«a his wedding night at Uwie, K*.,
• benaasa bis bride was bis nnme
THE HABBM •¥ SEFC6K.
The following, from the Alto, is the
article so strenaoosly objected to by the
Oregmtian and by Portlanders gener
ally:
Tbe decision of tbe Board of Engi
neer f> is not received favorably by tbe
village newspapers of Nerthwestern
Oregon. A proposal to dump a few
m:l<ions into tbe mudflats of Yaquina
B»y or tbe quicksands at tbe moutb of
the Columbia would hive met with an
enthusiastic reception from tbe same
papers. But the A*tarian, the Oregonian
•nd otber sheets which affect to repre
sent bucolic sentiment in th* ueigbbor
h"od of tbe Columbia pour ont the vials
>'f their ssratb upon the Board of En
gineers, who, io pursuance of their duty,
reported Port Orford as the most eligi
ble site for a Harbor of Rxfage. It is
self-evident that an opposition by some
Oregon newspapers to the improvement
of an Oregon harbor st tbe expense of
tbe United States is based on some real
or supposed reason, and that reason be
who runs may read.
Portland, tbe cl|iet shipping point of
Northern and Eastern Oregon, is located
on tbcPwestero bank ef the Willamette
river. "P
A hundred and twenty Ave miles of
tortuous river channels, obstructed by
sandbars, separate it from the sea, and
at the mou:b of the Columbia a dan
gerous bar of shifting quicksands op
poses a farther obstacle to its oommerce.
The dangers and Hftftealties of naviga
tion from the ocean to Portland sdd
enormeutly to take from tbe
producer a percentage M every dollar's
worth of piodooe raised is Oregon, and
adds a percentage to the price of every
article imported. Tbe Columbia bar
and tbe Colombia river have depreesed
tbe industries of one of tbe finest Btates
in the Union, and have been and are a
burden bard to be borne, but hitherto
impoesiWe to avoid.
Portland ha# for thirty years taken
its tolls from both producer and eoa
samer, and by their aid baa grown in
that time from a clearing in a fir forest
to nearly the dimensions of a thriving
California village. It is a bustling,
basy, enterprising little place, with a
keeo eye to its owl interest*.
Tbe possibilities which may result
froas the canstroatioa of a harbor at
Port Uifrrd at* ot infinite consequence
to Portland. A harbor at Ysquina Bay,
at Crescent City or at Trinidad oenld
bav* uo effect on tbe busineas of Port
land Wheat growers of tbe Wittam
ette ValWy, ot tbe rich counties of Orant,
Wasco, Umatilla and Union, in Eastern
Oregon, woo Id still be obliged to sWeat
under the eaormous freights neoessitatsd
by tba navigatioa of the Columbia, and
would still continue to pay their wel
oeme tribute to Portland. The North
ern Pacific Railroad, with an undesirable
but at present the only available tar*
minus on Paget Soand, would be asp
erated by the Columbia from tbe cus
tomers of Portland, and would work it
li'tle injnry.
Port Orford is at the most westerly
point of Oregon, in a region rich in
every natural wealth. With a break
water it would be an absolutely secure
harbor, which the largest ships afloat
could enter or leave by night or day at
any and every season of the year, with
out cbsrges for pilotage, without tbe
delays occasioned by a barred harbor,
and without tbe expanse of a hundred
and tWenty-flve miUs of inland river
navigation.
Nature has placed behind it, in the
Coast ltange Mountains, an opening to
the interior, which could not better
adapted to railroad u*es if it had been
exprrssly constructed for their purposes
A hundred miles of railroad on to easy
grade will conneot Port Orford with the
railroad system of Oregon, and make it
the recipient of the produce of the
Umpqua and Willamette Valleys. With
decreased rates from Port Qrford, no
more grain would go ofCr the Columbia
titer bar from any peiutoouth nf But
land. If the managers ef the Northern
FaciQo should deflect their proposed
road southwest (rum Walla Wall♦, and
make P»<rt Orford their terminus in
stead of Paget Sound, they would, tap
one of the richest Rrain districts ei the
United States, and the produce of that
district would be shipped from Port
Orf»rd it Urge ship* which could not
cross the bar of the Columbia.
Those are ell only powibttitiet, but
they (ire of such a nature as to fully eo
count for the repugnance of the papers
of Hnrthern Oregon to witMss the im
provement of an Oregon harbor.
_ _
UCLOSWSLT TO saa nnunncu
rr-p-r=J i -iftrrr jl
WASDnfiTON TltaiTOßT.
PORT TOWNSXKD, May 24 Captain
Seivert.of the bark Jenny Pitts, reports
a p*«*eg-' of 24 daye from Honolulu, 17
of which wet* thWt aod relrft. when
be wee unable to take a»- nbsnisoHnii
The br% Hesperian had arrived from
Australia with ooal; the hurhentioes
Catherine Sudden aod EUa and bark
Forest Queen Were loading for Saa
Francisco. One Russian and one Ger
'men War vessel were in port.
steamer fisaie Talfair arrived at
HdqMnlu from Sen Francisco, making
the ptaM in 14 days, and bad only 500
pouads ef foal left.
The hark Bueoa Vista, from Puget
Sound for out S3 deys
and had not erriVed.
Key 83d-Arrived, *riTti fkmiwlis
Adems and Sameset, from BanFraa
cisco; bark Jenny Pitts, frem Hono
lulu.
Sealed, brig Tenner, for Santa Bar
bara.
May 24th- Arrived, ship Gen Butler,
from Australia via Honolulu; berkLis
rie Marahall, from Honolulu.
PORT GAMBLE, MAY 23— Sailed, barh
Baicier, for Saa Pedro; baric las Obes
tqn, foe San Krancisce.
Po«r DUOOTXRT, April 15— Soiled.
Alp War Hawk, for San Francisco.
PORTLAND, May 24—The near ap
proach of the Begteblkao County Coo
veation has est a regular pallidal boom
agatef. Mooh interest is era tend In
the mult The oflooefOowty Clerk,
it is agrssA. will bo ooe of tbe saost
warmly ooetcctod evrr breagb», before e
Bepoblmea Convention. Seweil, Mar
"hall and Bon hwick are all good men.
'SATCttoBAScs
owards the gsasil public. There u
little MtMe for Stlwsflag
* MWO
■*»u«ma arsrm
WaaaiaoTO*, May Md—The proe
peeta of the adjournment of Congress
by the 31st instant have not increased
daring the psit week, bat rather dimin
ished. The suniry civil or otueibus
appropriation bill, just reported from
committee, usually consumes five or six
daye in getting through the House of
Representatives, and with the utmost
expedition is not likely to reach the
Seoate before the latter part of this
week. The general deficiency bill tbeo
remains to be considered by the H«ose
and subsequently by the (Senate. The
House has also to vute upon the Senate
amendments to the po*ti<fsce and legis
lative appropriation bills. Both these
important measures contain subjects in
controversy, which cannot be adjusted
without some deUy, especially tbe star
route Clause, which will cause a further
discussion in the House. The river and
harbor bill has not yet received more
tbau a preliminary consideration in tbe
Senate Committee on Commerce. The
Senate is already engaged discussing
tbe electoral count question, and still
has the Kellogg oase to dispose of, with
a strong dispeaitioo to get both of these
troublesome questions out of the way
before considering ether business. At
•II events it seems to be very improba
ble that the (Senate will consent practi
cally to abandon tbe right of an inde
pendent consideration of tbe remaining
appropriation bills by rushing them
through in two or three days, which
alooe will intervene between tbe time
they will reach that body and the date
proposed by the Soose resolution for
adjournment.
PHILADELPHIA, May 22—In the 2:30
class race today Unolala won; Legal
Tender secoad. Best time, 2:27%. Six
heats were ran. Tbe second raoe, for
tbe 2:20 class, was won by Driver,
Harris second. Time. 2:23%, 2:22%,
2:18%, 2:22. 2:22% and 2:31%.
LOUISVILLE, May 22—In the 1%
mile dash, Matagorda won. Little Reb
second. Time, 2.07%. Volturna woe
the 1% utiles dash. Miss Hardaway
the 1% miles dasb. Time 2:49%.
Voltagne won tbe % mile dasn. Titus,
2:22%. Tbe first race for three year
elds was won by Boulevard, Moderator
seeood. Time, 148%. The seoond
race, mile dash, was won by Longtime,
Frank Short second. Time, 1:48%.
ID tbe third rare, 1 miles, Matagorda
von. Belle Bird second. Time, 2:34.
Tbe fourth race, a 4 of a mile, was won
by Beautitvdu, Lavencia seoond. Time,
1:18%.
Washikotok, May 24—The following
poatat changes Tor tbe Pacific Coast
were made: Established—Buttercup,
Walla Walla County, W T, David Mil
lar postmaster; Clifton. Mason County,
W T, Alfred Jones postmaster; Fayette,
Lewis County, W T, Henry M Stearns
postmaster. Discontinued Park
Place, Snohomish County, W T.
Sens tor Farley is sctively endeavor
ing to obtain tbe inserioo by the Sen
ate Commercial Committee an appro
priation for tbe river and harbor at
Wilmington. The Hoase Committee
purposely omitted making any pro vis
ion for the completion of Wilmingten
improvements, but Farley is hopeful of
having the emission supplied in the
Senate.
EUROPE.
Bomb, May 24th—Cardinal Jacobini
has eeen instructed by the Curia te
inform Prussia that tba Pope disap
prove of tbe permiasive system in tbe
bill amending tbe May laws, and with
drawe tbe concesaion made in his brief
to tbe Archbishop of Cologne regarding
the notification to be made to the Prus
sian Government of tbe appointment of
priests, declaring it void.
Forty-six ballots for members of the
Chamber of Deputiee give 14 seats to
tbe Constitntionslists, *4 to the Minis
terialists. and 8 to the Dissident Left.
Garibaldi and Crispi are among those
eloottd.
PARIS May 24—The French Derby
was run t»<Uy at Cbantilly, and was
Won by Beaummett, by Shortbead,
Lei ion second.
The Cammnnist demonstration today
commemorative of the death of their
comrades shot en ti)e 23d of May, 1871,
passed off witbouheny more serious ac
cidents than the arrest of 13 persona,
including a Prussian, aod a slight «n
--cou liter between the pclice and a
throng.
CONSTANTINOPLE, May 24-The Porte
settled the claims of the contractors of
the war offioe by giving them assign
ments npou tithes for next year.
LONDON, May 22 —Vignaux won the
first billiard metoh, Bennett only soor
ing 575 points. In the subsequent
matoh vignaux also won, Bennett scor
ing 182.
WHAT WOV WANT,
Is a asedicioe that will do the meet
good in the shortest possible time and
least expense. N. T. Cody A Co..
druggists and apothecaries, are now
introducing into the market a list of
non secret medicines (the formula for
the preparation of which is published
ou the wrapper,) which are designed
especially for diseases peculiar to this
el i mate. Our preparation of tar aod
wild eherry is better for eoughs and
oolds than German syrup or any other
medfeieo. Our SarsaperiUa for the
hfood; our extract of Bucha for tbe
kido !T t; ®° r Tr °obea *or bronchitis;
J° r Soothing Syrup for children; ecr
Insenges for worms; our Condition
Powder for cattle and hoises; our ea
seooe of Pepeia for .dyspepsia, and our
yarhms toilet preparations are the beet
in use.
SBBRMAN HYDB ± Co. Pacific Coast
Agents. Also agents for the celebrated
Bstey aad Standard Orgaas. For Sheet
Music aod Braes Instruments, address
BHiutAjr, HTM * Co.,
augtl-dawly San Fraodseo.
THI Boas LUNCH AND THE BSBT
Bun. you will always find at the
Coooordm Hail, oa Mill street, not
«*ly the boat of homo mode, bat also
the excellent Humboldt Lager Beer
Alao imported bser in quart or pint 1
bottles. Bulled ham and all kinds of
oold lanobes to order.
BUCK.— Gove * Wilsoo are in re
osipt of a large scow load of first dam
brick, from the Steikoeom Brie*- Yard.
Parti-* unable* eitbnr large or small
gyrj * ty lsoying
Teller's wKerf. We al
lathe aod lime. Gun A VUM.
a
liitllD. »
WILLI AMB-EMPIE—IB Seattle. May Ud, 18H6,
st the nuidmce of tteofficiating iiMwiiian. by
iuv. J. F. Dtaoa, JameeT. Wiltiaaa. of lalaad
cooaty, and Mm Mary A. Emptet of Klag
county
DOSALDSON-JOHIT3C.V—In Valla Vail*. Kay
7th. W. L. Donaldson and Mary 0. Johnson.
LOBEWZEW-TIHM—At Wallnla. May 11th. A. L.
Lorensco and Emily Ttmm, of Baa Francisco.
BOWLES-McEEE—In Walla WalU county. Ma*
nth, Mr. Benjamin Bowk* sad Miss MirU *
McEea. '
died 7
TREES—In this ci y. May «M, of seariot f«nr.
Hnaan Anita, oldest daughter of L. A. aad Nina
Treea, a|«d 11 years, 7 toon tha aad 18 days
CAUPEKTEB-Ia this city, May Md. of di»h
tberia, Edith, daughter of Mr. aad Mrs. E. Car
penter.
MALSOH— Ia thla city, May 21th, of »»inal meo
instil, Allen son of In. 8. E. .MaiaM,
aftd 8 months aad U days.
Tha fnaeral of tha Utter child will take al.os
at half-past I this afternoon, Ber. J. A. Wlrth,
officiating.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
C. A. R.
ALL MEMBERS OF SEATTLE POST MO. I,
a A 8.. arereqneeted to be present at tha
rofalsr meetiag of Stereos Poat, aa
T««4«y Kreßlag, Kay ttlfc.
Final arraaoemeats in connection with Decora
tion will coma before the Post. A fall at
tendance ia deaired. By order of
W. H. WHITE,
Furn SBSKIh Adjutant. Ceei,nel, * lee * ee * -
PROBATE NOTICE.
IB TOT PBOBATB COUBT OF KIBO 00TM.
ty. Waahtngtoa Territory.
(liriiMfl** 11 " °' " °' "Utom Clancy.
Order to show CHH why Decree of DUtrihutien
Should not be made.
Oa reading and filing the petition of Thome
Clancy, administrator of the estate of aald Wil
liam Clatejr. deceased, setting totth thst said an
tste Is lu n proper condition to be closed, and
that a portion of the residue of said estate re
mains to be divided among the heira ef aald de
ceased, or among the panose entitled.
It is ordered that all persona Intereatsd In tne
estate of the aald William Clancy, deceased, be
and appear bafors the Probata Oonrt of theOonn
ty of King, at the Oonrt Boons of said Conn, la
the City of Seattle. In aald ling county, cttt Satur
day, the 36th day of June, A. D. iseo. at tea (10)
o'cloak A. M., thsa TAD then to ahow cause why
aa order of diatribatlon ahonld not be made of
the reaidaa of aald estate among the heira of the
aald deeeaaed according to lav.
It la farther ordered that a copy of thia order be
Kbiiahed once a week far four successivs weeks
tore the said 20th day of Jane, 4. P. 188*. la
irsifiss-rs- •jnsrjst.
aad of general circulation in aaid County sad
Territory.
Done la open Court this 17th dsy of May, A.
P. 1880. THOMaS BURKE,
Judge of the Probata Court.
TERRITORY or WAIHINQTOH,\ _
County of King. J ■"*
I, Thomas Burke, Judge and ex-offlcto Clerk of
the Prebete Oonrt de hereby qsrtlfy that the fan.
gate* la a true aad correct copy of to «Ur this
day aiade by aaid Probata Oonrt.
(rg \ Wmress my hand aad the aeal of aald
I I Court this 17th day of May. A.D. 1880.
_ "7" THOMAS BUBKE.
Judge aad sx-offlcio Clerk of the Probata Oanrt of
Klag eouaty, Washington Territory.
my39wst
GENERAL OROERS MO. 11.
HIFADYUABTEBS Psov. DBPT. WASHINGTON )
TaanrroßT, O. A. 8., 1
Seattle, April 10.1880. I
1. The Comradsa of thla Department are aa
mindad of the approach of the 80th diy of Mar,
appointed by the Bnlas and Begulatlons of 2a
® ■ A. B.« to be obesrred la commoaaoratton of
the services and aaerlflcea of our fallen comradsa
who now anawar the roll call of ' that grand
army above." Btevena Poet 80. 1. of the Depart
ment will eee that the graves of our Comrades
■•gone before," that are located In this vicinity
are aoaght oat aad fltUagly decorated on that day
witn floral or ether tribntea, aa diligent hands,
prompted by hesrts filled with gratitude and
sympathy shall supply, and it Is recommended
thst the Bsvarend Clergy and all good loyal men
and women ha invited to on oaerate and partici
pate.
1 The Poet Commander of Stereua Poet No. 1,
will forward to tbeta headqeartera a report of tho
manner In which th« day wm obaerred, Jthe num.
ber of graves decorated and all other matter* of
interest In this couaecMy.
Department Commander.
A. gLo&tH, Aaaiataat Adjutant General.
HsAiM)CABTBaa Sritlil POST KO. J,G. A.
OoMSADga:—Yo«r attention la called to SMwaal
Order No. 11, Headquarters Proy. Dept, Waah-
Ington Territory, O. A. B. lad In accordance
with the Bniea and Begulatione eetabll.he* by
the O. A 8., the 30th daj of Mar will beobeerred
In comm«>nioretloa of oardeeeaeed comradea. All
member* of Stevens feat 80. 1. O. A. B , 1b good
£^£sTS^<teiunS3 M J , 3!:
»th dar of May. 1880, at lo'olotkr. m. And all
honorably discharged Union aoidiere are raqaeat*
w H. WBITB, Commanding Poet.
Fiiwt Bsion, Adjutant
C. A. R.
Programme, May SMSOO
FIBST DIVISION. * - 4
Colore Draped la Moarning.
Htoreae Foat, O. A. B.
aad MafteM> '
Chaplain. Orator and Foot of the Day.
Car Bearing Children (of doldiara) Brpreeentinc
the Btatea aad Terrltoriea of the Onion
SKOOVD DIVISION. . y •
„ W«e OompaayNo. 1.
iS'C *"* CaMell of Seattle.
Tlelttag May ore aad Common Oouacila.
Ol'ic Bocietiea.
2 'mowSJSS **"**"■
rnm> «*«—*»
right resting oa Mill atiwt, at linn laali 1 6'elook
*•*•. iatbefbncoteg order. *
The route of mm* will ba .oa OminrU
OuwMa, to Third, to Foaatt. to Vahrmity
Miaate by the B^d.
MaSataUha aL«. L '
A4 dieaa Wataoa.
i th * " Mrcl "*
■2s3i Sr SIXES ttatTsfgT 4
Partla tba Baaontln
MORTGAGE SALE.
Arsass tawsasssz
TUESDAY, JURE t, 1880,
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MISCELLANEOUS.
Beaters ia nil
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|r" Sll Mr Mne
quality
L. P. SMITH A J
& SON,-«^p
WATCHMAKERS
*-> - * a »•* 4I *
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—AND- -
JEWELERS
Sullivan's Block, Front St. Seattle
Particular attention given t* Repairing
Watobea. Clocks, and Jewelry,
ASB ALL WOBI eCABAXTEBS.
latarial aad sthar Mtala aaada t« artier.
Seattle, April T. 1879. «<Wtf
SLORAH
t • *"> '< to U' . A I## - .
1L # < -iff*** i K .• *«' v t
& Co.'s
"BOSS"
s»-i* ♦ t : -I■*,•».;<.t
/ 1 ; ; ! ' A
BEER
Still Takes the Lead.
PRACTICAL 6UNSHITHING ON MODERN
PRINCIPLES.
W. T. BEARD,
ng.AT.ww UN
BRECON AWO MUZZLE-LOADING
UU.ITM,
Mflss, Pistols, and Fixsd Ammunition.
COMIICBOXAL BTBEKT, lat DOOB SOUTH OF
*■* m bnoland, szattls, W. T.
IrMjtßllea, alao Sight and Shoot Btflra.fit
Jlatol Gripe to both BUfaa aad Bhot-g*o>,. Bora
to dMot oloae either with choke o«
cylinder bore; Beasodal and make over guna like
5* w " , Browning. Biasing and Oaae Hardening
doqaja handeome aad durable atyle. Sewing
and Knttting Machine repairing. Lookamitbtng
and all ktafc of lae meebiao work done with
aUtliiMtapM. d3Bdtf
KISSES
« ? ' ' .-*»"? • 41" ;4 *
With IceCream
OR
Ice Cream
With Kisses,
; *' a ' *'■■■■ .!
" ** AT * '
~ 11 B |j *•■», . I
FIPXX|>S.
■ *4 . ■ . +•. •». i f , ~ ; va* r
JACOB LEVY,
Tailoring, Cleaning and Repairing
m
CASH PAID FOR
SECOND-HMD CLOTHING
BLANKETS'
*|atch«» and Jswsl.y.
ilMtf
*• OENSMORE
maim n
FRESH MB MLTED MEATS
AND
• i! . • ..
VEGETABLES.
_ ABkiade of FreeA aadSahed Meata. Bologna
»
H— PorMr Third * Union *t»-
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
t" OMNIS PROSHr~HE
The Skaurit gold fields do not create
half the excitement a disordered
Bladder or painful Kidneys produce
in every so affected person. Inflam
mation of the Bladder you have If you
cannot retain Urine. Your KldneVe
if affected, will show It by having pain
in the back.. Excesses or Indlscre*
tions—in either sex-will always pro
duce, more or less, the above diseases. Wipe them out
thoroughly, with PFUNDER'B OREGON BLOOD PURI
FIER, that valuable remedy Not Dlsoovered but made
upon Scientific Principle*, Cood Sense, end edepted te this ellmete.
Your Druggist has it or will got it for you. "Tko Original." Insist ho*it| k;
SEATTLE DRUG STORE,
M. B. HADDOCKS, Pioprietor.
HAS REMOVED IJTTO HI! OWN YXW STOB*
CORNER OF MADISON & FRONT BTREETS*
A OOMPLm STOCK OF
EVERYTHING BELONGING TO THE DRUG TUBE
As to price u4 qulity of good* i«t tko pur trbaarr to tka jvdga.
OJPKIV FOR TRADE AT ALL HOURM,
Seattle, May 10th, 1880. M. R. Maddocks.
HUGH HcALEER A CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Stoves, Ranges, Tinware,
COPPER WIRE (jRiNITK
LEID PIPE, jEgpSmIRON Wißh,
STEAM FIFE, OAS PIPE.
GENERAL
STEAM AND ASSORTMENT «I
GAS PITTING VT Bran Goods
SHEET LEAD, SHEET COPPER AND ZINC. *
All JOB WORK pertaining to tbe business promptly attended to.
Orders from abroad solicited, and satisfaction guaranteed.
HUGH McALEER & CO.,
COMMERCIAL STREET, BEATTLE, W. T.
Seattle, June Ist, 1878. jeS-dtf
•870. 1880.
KELLY & YOUNG, Proprietors.
We take plcMure In tnnouneliif to the general pablio we h»-r« 4k#
LARGEST STOCK OP
PURE AND FRESH DRUGS
Of »ny Hooaa on Paget Sound end so licit » iku* of tki to 4«.
TO SKAGIT MINERS
We wouU MJ thnt wo era fill tketr or«*n Jfcr
PIjUX ORUOIBUSS, Arrm« *HXX
• "I S. OP TII urr AWD rciiEST KIND.
MILL BTBMT. NOBTH 8!P«. KELLY & TOIJXS.
ALWAYS IN THE FRONT RAM
i b ....
The Sai Francisc* SUre.
The Boss of the Road.
One of our fin hwiag lttit
returned from San Francfeco
where he has been engaged ife
selecting a mammoth stock of
goods, especially adapted for
this parkef, we shall i«t wlj
continue to give the samehar
gains as we have in the past,
hut offer still greater induce
ments*- 1908
W© have enlarged our business In every
departmrat, owing toour incraa pad trade,
and sell Goods at such low prices thai
our customers reap the benefits bv dSS
- with us.
5 Call and inspect onrGo«li»ad yoawill be
surprised at the variety apd(h|# selec
tion of latest style# in every liafc, •
Bespeetfelly, /
Tokl ~ *

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