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vol- IX. m li\TH4ibl£XCEi. O ttce-rron» Utreaß, »«* of Cbsrry. ratm or adviituiki PKOKKB&T&XAL CATWS A. I* BEACH, M.P„ PfcyMUvt Sufi—ia Chronic Diseases i Specialty. OAra -OuMterrial s«ee«. «▼** Rhuedr'a Pa»at F«<ar b Wreot. b *J^*2STt a. a. esse vs. t.■atwaa. "*»«*»*• STROVE,HAIJtBSRLBAM, ATTO!*N£YS-AT-LAW WWpatakelasUtteOwrt*el Wsskiagtae sl'ilii*, ar.rl"' tar Umy is • ato«a»y >ahMa f* ut Ikxadß for m 4 CsßMeia. aDflimw AUTHOR OOYLC, A HCH I TKCT, mhrtcß • % S -i « i Urrlitslal Uetsl. IT**-** it*a* luiiiiee !#•»■ f. ■oNAIMIT BltW. ATTORNEYS AT UW, SEATTLE, *. V., OSUe la MeeavW* o»aea ■*—. «> Clslw. IRVING BAtIeARO, A t toi«ue> -a t- L.» w. HKOSTOCO AfTOItJOfT TlllE.i JVDIOfAL DIMTHIOT. l)Sn uu OnaoMifclal Mrert, ae«l Sour lu Scl.w.law*es *.ia.* OS'6,<«#eU*ra 01*..l Dr. O. C. ROOT. FlCfc• • Mill t»fOO«. r#o» of Front Slroot, • H MM «•# lt» r.»<M for*«wlr i>» I»r». virriuft mx ki r*ow » v «. to 4 r. *. Jaljr I. |NW). Jjrldlf *o. j»oh. a ft /«»»««• JACOBS * JBNNOR, ttomeys ami Counselors at law la oil Ik* OooHo ot Wtoklagto* (>«.» on Um~ Kto-uot. OppmlL OorMmtAl Hntal. .|>MU* DR. i. HI6HWARDEN, PORTUOUEBE PRACTICiSfi PHTSMAH orrici &mo unruw mi 9 * - ' *" ■ * M*f4, P.MIH A Y.a.f'i Mm, fmil Nlrwl, ImlU*. owme Itoew-foee ft *. n-1# *». *. Female Dliei— a BpMslty. OR. H KHMER, £m«iaH ravaioua ano BUMBO* or. Saa sad MaMaeoe Sa HHI SMM. aui m aoath or r««*« Poaadry. (NlMkoM rroaltolt a. m . (Na 1 lulaaS t air. h. Dr. D. W STARKEY, Homeopathic MYiIMAII AM MtfCON, raojrr rrun. Opposite SulUvaa Bloat Beettle. 9. t. DR. C. L. SMITH, Wit aad C» W |r«W Qmshsme.Slsie.au Bsitilieee aa Thled MMI Mil heaee earth a( r>iwipal anarch. OR. Q. A. WEED, MI'BMBOS AS# npvwctA», surfti* » ? Suit IIMA'S A p Stain, new ti*are tram IS a. a. to * e. a., aad Ito t». a. 9RS. I. < H. B. BftGLEY. HmMtrmpmihimti, UUfpLK. W. T. «n> *• *•«§ u M>r DENTTISTRY. £>%!•<> 4. o. a hams, onrmr. or- MSS ft>» «w L P talis Jk •out J«v*l- M -UZnT n iM-irr. felt!***.'* BtMk, >—WU. £•*«••* f * ft »••• IMlllll* nta FOR SOUND STEAMERS' SEATTLE NUT COAL At $2 Per Ton, *»« nf«*tt»o* mn wmwrr a ttovtsrr* on.lT VCCM MTNEKtt MOIULT <x>!m«aut«v w aocouuo •ATI *HTNI> ntAHUt SltUwMlMMllpAlirW MMttl J * To. »TinA, NitMd ? J,. » • • « vi N KOUB. mm) LOOCE MO. 5 K. P. UKOILSS MECTiaO TUrtSDaT EVEaiXCM a* a r.m , as MASONIC HALL. *ll —— li it !■ (oeC ataaSias ar* eunlia ty la tu~i ta aaa— * matt WR3. L. H. MILLS, iodt roa WTTEWCKS PITTERNS. DrtMaNaklni, Cutting A Fitting. Mill CHee«abiii Oa«l<*et» >qaa*a. aaaU'«.% T THE OLTKPIA BROOM FACTORY u sow ranaaa to rcemsa the tiade OMLT WITH Good, W«ilfnad«- Durable BROOMS friwalw kaet laisSrr aa4 (In w a f*lr Ida!. AiMma sH or<*ar» *a woomcrr a va* am ol>w|>la. W. T. Mr. OiUlaa Taaas U oar authorised atfral ia aaatlt* to eoHact aad r»rel#( far aa. «|M WOODCAMP. The ea<!e si (Bad haa epaeid a eaoap aear Heat- We*w Ibe pnr»»»er (arniahlag Sret-rtee. weed aad berk of aay leaath, al the abort,*! not We. Orders left at the Oliicntro Market wilt heßnwptiy *»«aaded to. FeuiNfeel Weed tfslltwtd far »a.BO par C«Nl|4h«rt Wosd 14 par Card; larkM.OO par Card* stadtf M. V. STEWART. FARM FOR SALE. THE RREVSB TARM OF 179 A€RKS, l<eialeil al IHe Jun.tl.io of Ibr aa t Mkykeuileh rlvere, ats mliea alww Sanlnm.iab Olif. taiMSarad toe sale la whole or la part, al a her if* lu. Tbe lead la ald>r and maple Wtn-r. tVraoaa looking for faruia wlfl <t» Writ to exaiu i.e thla aro|Mrrty. TIIU lartM Inquire nf D. M SMITH, aeaul . W. T March. I«SU rnlMlf GENTLEMEN'S tOOTS S SHOES MAbR TO OiIDKU John ILonnoy, Oo Ooia nerflal Slrmt. next to Opera lloaar. THK CHAMPION STEAM CLEANER AND TAILOR ISHOP FOB LADIK* AMI UKMTI.KMKM. ran a u*r. All ■•lts ClaaaMl and Preaaed |«.OU feat do .... I.«HI fasla da VeeS da .... »• All Sthef wosfe S* ahe lewssa ralee. MKMMV MAKHIS. Oueldealal Mquare. F. PETERSON, Practical Engraver Mi Meeefwwer of Notary Seals, Door Plates, Stencil Plnte«, ted alt sart ol wieer nth York. All onfan la ■) Ha* will be prowptly aad aat trfMtartly nwnrtnt r. PBTBIIOS. nasi Mmi Mil «kw» lo the im4<. SEATTLE NURSERY, Om anile east of Yaaler'a Wharf on tha rood to Laka Waahington. FRUITTREES SHRUBBERY. Un HERBACEOUS PLKMTS Beal Frniti of til Dads, HI All KINDS OF OftffßMOtftf WAITS hs wril a» a tee m» el CnHnir, Mli|i mi Teewle Meets. 0. W. LAWTON. Proprietor. aUK COAL TAR COAL TAB at A*T«JFA»TITT roe uu AT A GREAT REDUCTION on San Franc! aco Price. Avoir eSWeshee# rr r* mmi aas uonr oo SEATTLE, WASHINGTON TERRITORY, TUESDAY. AUGUST 24, ISSO. A WOMAN I* nLWADO. Thu city iasy 1 itaelf the woret governed cine* id ttas Union, flattery pnewiioM are neglected, girbage it piled op in tbe alley*. and the ntcr supply. locarwl at enumoai ou-t, is openly pronounced a source of <11•»««:. The C.ty Fatbara ep*n>l tbair tmie 10 wrangling over tbair relative cL-graee of corruption. The coutract f >r a luucii needed Mwtr ia to ta tat, mi>] u uiuet of tbe Aldermen art di rectly interested ib lirick yarda.tbvdilß culty uS au impartial award u pondingly in< reaaed. Ib« pleasant character letks of the city are aaicusiion, a royal mountain view, and luug, straight, level drives, p. rfict eiioagb to inspire i seiut with a love uf feat boree*. Life bere would tw indeed ta>ue and oulurlraa wit bout lioiara. tbe inseparable friends of tbe frotitierewea It a resilient, you cannot biv« much pUaaura without a borse end bukrgjr. Denver has u« parka, u or ruiHirta my of aoceas, and you soon ex- Uauat the interesting walks. Tall cot ton »o ds b>rd«r tUe streets, filling the air a: times with ssasperatbig down. Streams and j«u of water give to tbe gtrilriia an Urioittd effect Wbtff i>ei)(tilK,ta uitft in the evening ta fight over ttieir ruapective ditches, or when yon bear the overtaxed citizen groan as he pays hi* water tate, yon catch a glni p-e »f the other aide of tba picture. Hub prices are tbe rule. Complaints agaiift lodging Louse- ksepera are luud, but liu-y hold out bravely, charging for one r - ui sufficient to pay the rant of a bouse. I'eraoua of moderate meaus have declared independence and gone into camp Two of these communities rxut. Ouii that I eaw was a picturesque »treet of ten's uudcr tbe trees in Went Denver. C>-m<»on necessaries are cheap and pu e air is free, but if the present u-4i ag' uient coiitiuu< s there will be little (.'bough of that to be bad io a abort time. Tbe health of tbe city is not good, winter or auiuuier. Thia diae<sia of s typhoid character arn alarmingly prevalent With all thet. however. » proportion of" tne alult pOfu at ion consists of eastern invalid*, who have recuperated bi-re, and »l» > can c'aiai the to priise th- clima'e It ia not an ltaliau cli mate. It i* ufien ex'remely hie, lint so whimsical in its fit-k|.-fn tiiat it m >ke« life i l-ewhere monotonous l>v control I'i-e hi art ««f J«iiii*iy is » ini llMiia gl ritk-d by tli»- In <gt.tr»l ol •Uminery ilsy*. r -iul May wwit-a «-u» imouuh tlir<-t* feet of snow I'tn? win t«'r» *ri' v#> I 'i>)f A ol wii.d a 11, is •• vi ry thing in ti ve minute* Vio li'tit wiml at- ima ate fnqueiit, tli» at k »li iliiat they r»lv in Denver proving a »«!*• r>- tn»l to w«>itk luuga a >d de.tc.ite throat a At such times your bair crack lea. and to flams under tbe brush. Your nerves, too, are sensitive and irritable. After you have been thoroughly disgusted by a display of every |to»*ible climatic meanness, you experience a change. BbDeath a won* deriul aky, in a clear stimulating aU inoapbrre. yon exclaim that only here is life worth living. Denver, with h*r gardens, ber tree*, and the blue gl >ry ol ber bill* in the background, liecome* a type of the eternal youth that tri •irnph# over the desert and the lavage. K'se # then, if you sre wise, and fly be fore you are tempted into joining the steadfast army of property holders, who, if they beard tbe last trumpet, would hesitate to respond lest it prove a device to rotard the development of Colorado's resources. Very few people who live beio a loog time ceo be happy elsewhere. The eountry takes e firm bold npoo them, and the luxury of iU freedom end the •plendor of iU barren beauty grow more charming then nil that civilisation oen offer in exchange. The 'beet soci ety' ot Dearer would here delighted the e»nl of Diokena. It contains Indies and gentlemen, but they neither control it n«r impart its peed liar tone. Money it the snie Utter of Introdoetien de manded by s frontier aristocracy exclu sive sfter its own fashion. Mainly eompoeed of ignorant persons who have acquired wealth, no matter how, it sur rennda itself with en atmosphere of perpetual eelf-coogratulatkm. 'De lightfully ineonventional,' you call ft, if you wish to ba polite. A man may steal hie master's silver in New York, end come out here and take a leading position while the officers era punting for him. 'I Ime reading.' said a yeoag lady, daughter of a prominent lawyer. "Give me a book an' an armchair, and I don't cere for nothinV 'Leila Rookh ? oh, yea; I reed bis j poems,' answers another. Tot it ahowe e laudable striving after knowledge, and yoa will often meet in tellectual men and high bred women in meet unexpected piece*. As the country bee be»n eettled about twenty years, there are now some full grown natives. They are for the most part well lookiag, a acent roiled nad uncon trollable. gifted with keao apprehen sion, have en iasUactive appreciation of beauty in form or oolor, and nn Iruh rradmeae of apeech It is well to avoid intimacy with new aoqeaintenosa. The gwneroeity of the waet is often na pro t«*ae aa it is unprincipled. The man she dtvidee hie last meal is eapaWe of stealing your last dollar. Pont look for tigtd honesty. Better ant oa the arord* of aa old mieer. They are aiae people in Colorado, but they need watching.' if you oome out hero. Call amoog thieves, and are stripped of yoar pneseasioet. keep your peace. Nobody wants to bear from you. The ooantry expects, if you must starve, that yoa will have the politsniss to sterre peaceably. It is the way of the world. We ere running a race, with the motto of. *tt»e de'il tak' the hindmost.' To the celm spectator it seems that be has a good grip aa the winners, too. Prom the crowd that gathers daily around tha pastoffias on Fifteenth street aa esperieooed aye osw at ooce select samplea of the varu as slamee that com poae thie com munity. There in the miner, stalwart and reddj. the oaly use «bo show* a diapesitiou to make way for woman. Mast joe see the old set tier, of nndiscovsrsble ag*, meant, or profeeeioe. bearded, careless of style, si.d looking ahead with dreamy eyes and wistfal expression The gambler, and the with aloocbing gait and keen glaare*. elbow tbe shaveu city clerk and tbe 'tenderfoot' di—sing the part of miner wi<h oetents'ious cars Tbe Bngliah tourist. tx>, iatbere. draw in.' detestation a poo himself by bis dis. dsinful eyeglese. and bere and there are figures needless to part*cular:ze. sboa ing by their faees that tbe worst ca*es of the east have felt the Occidental in.- pu'se as well as their betters The peculiarity of" Denver's busine* history ia that it gri.ws bj fits and starta Por two or three years time* are dull, real estate a drag, aid many are on the point of moving when a mining diaenvery send* everything up at a bound and capitalists build several more mammoth botel* There i* much poverty amoni; tbo*e too proud to own it—pe pie who were couif stable at home, but who moved ou socount of the ill health of some in«-mber of tbe family. Tbeir neighbor* take little in- West iu them, and their poaition is often a very sad one. The great lommtr i:nu<em ■ t is *oamping out.* K'ch and | oor, they all j go, tbe few in style, tba many in wag ons heaped high with pruvinont. bed ding and human beings. Tbey enj >y it immensely, at least sometime* Notb- . k mg can be plenaanter than a nioecamp ing party, but there ia danger of attri tion of tempera. Ladies must be made of stout material to endure tbe petty diacomfort*, and the gentlemen mn«t be patisat when the horses stray off or the proviaioos get drenched. Still, it is a wholesome, merry, and adventurous cnatom. It Is a pity that cheap rail road excaraioos era threatening to do away with its peouliar features. l>enver is rapidly casting off all sign of a distinctive individuality, uulesn it j be one that does ber no credit. The . Mexican bull driver, the woodsman, the Indian, and tbe trapper have di*ap« peared from her stree's, and loungers as civilized, bnt I'-a* oii*tur havu tnkeii tbeir plmv. I'liO aiylits are «>u seen, and uule»* V"U have resources within youraelf the place in tolerably dull. 'I WIMLI the gra«»huj>i)ers cuui th a y*er; they'd starve.' »ei«i * farmer, in grin, i»-collrotion ol hi* former fo«s. Ye«. the ilrnllglit 18 »t IH-I an adioitttd fart. I *»y »• la*?. b «\»ime it in tbe cua t in to lit- t >ll • <ii» ttufavuriilile 1.1 tin* ixiiU'ry wjili V' U I'M I l> t(• r not iippa ik >\ t;i t emu- t<i H 1111.1 wiio imui (,rii|«ily. H-< lius ilia mo t unliO'ii'ituit c-'UtiJ mi - in tin* I'triir*.' in whit«»ef. en urpr.<« miy lm*e on imiul Ao< ordiuglr. »•»•! went into the ground thW «i»rn.jj in faith that would bav* been cell.-vl »uti- , lime if ebown iu a bett«r ceus». Lest j summer was one never to be forgotten.' The euo «u a bell of fire sod the air ■moke in the mountain end dust on tbe plain. E»en water could not make the plant* grow. Tney withered at though ' before a fire. To tbi« a dry winter succeeded, blown dry by incessant gales. Thia year the weather ie not so bot, bat still dry, end wbso tbe cloud« gather, it is to burst in storms that de j stroy whatever tbe drought baa spared. Today the Colorado farmer, always weatoiHed to fight bard for a living, •drops his bands in a panic. No: for seventeen years has inch a seaaon been known, bat in '63 there were not so many people to he starved out of their homes. From every quarter comes the same news. Actual distress has not yet beoome apparent, bat the bo pee of ee oeping it ere few. Bets are offered that bay will be SIOO a ton thia winter. There ie little danger of that, for food een be brought from ether States. It only illustrates the state of feeling. Tbere is no grass on the prairie and no water in the springs. Yet the first i man who stumbles into a piece of bot-; torn land, well watered and carefully j cultivated, will cite its yield as a proof j of what Coierado can do if she triee. j There are fertile spots in the deeert, . bat heaven preserve as from a scheme' to oolonlie Hj'iam. When the history i of wee tern li u speculations is written ! it will oontsi:i.;i>4ee only seooed, as re- 1 citsls of human wrongs, to the jwnaU • f i slavery. We are better off then western Ken see. for we have mines, uncertain, but j still prom king. That immense mineral deposits exist in tbe Rocky Mountains ie a veil known feet; the principles governing their dieeovery and extrac tion are net known at all. Mining is a matter el chance very slightly aided by experience. No men eboold risk more than he can afford to looee. If yoa are earning a living, and hove a oomforte- Die heaw, get your friends to watch yen till the mining lever leavee yoa; bat if fortune thwarts yoa, if life is e harden and hardship a relief, oome right along. Men who have nothing to loan have all to gain here. People of eMail ■sane, reined habits, and cut tivsted tastee are anbappy in this oonntry. Large capital is saf# if the holders have brains. Moneyed intere*ia are nertwved with a tenderness in strong contrast with the prevail iog indiffer ence to haman life. Tbe criminality of a murderer depends eltogetber on tbe popularity of hie victim. Tbe newspa pers echo the sentiment oI the commu nity, which is ntroogly against unfa vorable publicity. There are no dime novels more sensational, no tragedies mere gloomy than incidents which from time to time come to the notice of a wsetegnsr. Death is nidon far away, and ho learac to ride, with n langb. through what would check another. A kind of eneipreeesd fatalism ie a strong point in hit organisation, and familiar tty with danger tnnde to givu him e soldier's son tempi for H. The oon fusion of the lawgiver nod the deepalr of tbe moralist, ha is often a food fellow to meet in a bad piece, if you know how to take htm. A WOHA*. ProCeaaor—'CM VJ ooe ULL U TAT orifia of lb>MpnMioa "FATOF EB»- brcva Miniater—'Parbapa tbare ««• fHhiag MI f it MM*, awl they b«ei«« H didnt mai w»U.' MIdCKLLANEOCS. -—FOR DONNOLLY'S Yeast Powder, 20 TEARS BEFORE THE PEOPLE- W«. the aaJersivaed Metvhasia ami Jobber*, have boaikl aaJ aolil ta lar*a %aaadtlaa DOS HOLLT"B OALIFORSIA TRKMITM TXABT row. PER (er ta« laa* twenty yeua. and aaa *ay vltk truth Uat no ether Yeaal Poeilar haa «t«aa aon (rnml uilafanlua. both to the Trade tad Ooa ■nam We have aaed DOIXOLLn TEABT fOECUI to our faanUea. tud can taatlfy to Its aholaauturuaaa and inertt. Caatle Bros TiUinen k »*adall. Albert Mas h 00. Hoaatra* k McCtsra, M *C. Maintain R Khrmaa A 00. Juoaa a O.'. Haaa Broa. w. w. Dodae A 00. Taane. Harktr A 00. Rout A Saudaceoa. Eagera a Co. TUoinaa Jeuaina*. RltfWj Bros. Kra>e A Ruler, Wellaiaa, fact k Ou. ucataino. Adaiua, MeNrll! A Co Ball. Lu'ir* A Co. MebtuahOo. O W. Cbaalay, t. H Ruaaall. I naai IIS Allan R Daarla. Waiihama A E.llott, Corblit a Maclaay. arocsTos. R. B. Parker a 00. P. Masto. •SaTTLK AMD <IIXI WaIXA. Crawford A riarrlnftoa, Schwabacbar Broa. a Os. Cooaomara of Yeaal Powder will plaaasaoUea the above la loreemant cf OORXOLLY S YEAST POWOEU by aaarly all the Mefchaata uf the Pe el Ao Ooaat The eaorntoua aalea of thla Powder la San Fraaclaoo prove ita intrinsic sMrit. sad the ree«CD la obvious—DONNOLLY'S YEAST POW DKR baa alood the teal of M yeara. It never fall a to make the moat ctelicloaa, light aad awaet Bread, Biacuit. Caki-e. Corn Bread, Ac. No haste keeper who ever tried thla Powder will do wilhoat It. Alwayetik for LO.MNOLLY'S YE HIT POWDEB. II uevor faiia to give settafactlon. Strlctl) PURE CREtM TARTAR and ENU. 111-CAUb. IFOUA alwaya oa hand al tlia loweal uiaraat prlrm. D. GALIAGHAH CO., 119 and 121 Front street, i>aMi*akw BAm prvncimJll. PRAU liiVniAL Seattle, W. T. ' We would aDamiDt Ihe rrcelpt ef oar FALL AND WINTER MVOCK, Which we nfl'r at tbe lowaat potilbia price*; oo» dating of r> PI "X" GOODS DKFAS, GOO DM, MIL KM, flanaele, Doiasentleu, CLOAKS, AND SUAWLS, HOSIKKT. tUIBIOID- KttV, BLANKETS, CLOTUS, OA4UIIKIU, CARPXra, OIL CLOTH, WALL PAPU, nxsT QITAUTT BOOTS, SHOES, * surrcas. —ALSO— A COMPLETE LINK OP DI'BABLK AND PINt OLOTUINO. HATS, CNDERWRAB, TRUNKS, BCT. at plate, aomlfUkable lav aiicea: Frnnenthal Bros. October 10 ISIK. L. S. McLURE VI. W. ROWLANDS GENERAL Insurance Agent Fire, Marine, life and Accident POLICIES IBBUED. Otter yu Front uiml, Mil loot to Pipar'c. llOHtf SEATTLE COAL —AMD - TRANSPORTATION CO rvMctoM*! 1 cfil"" Bwieeee ' **" Ijyltoy •€_ Wwrta, Kit o*aaiy Superior Quality ol CoaJ II OiANTITIES T0 MIT I tm mjrm? For Sale, at Low Prim*! MISCELLANEOUS. ii CHEAPEST PUCE TO TRADE IM AT SCHWABACHER BROS. & CO. S BCMWAIIACHER 8808. & CO. GOVE & WILSON, COMMISSION MERCHANTS. AND DEALEKB IN All Kinds of Produce, Hay, Grain, Flour, Feed, Etc. AOKMTS FOE TAOOMA LIUK. Y«»ier'M Whtirl, Mruttlr, W. T, »wl iirt SAMUEL ZENNBY, MJiHCHAMV IF MJ €» ■* HA* 01 HASP A CHOICE A'JOITMEKT OF GENTS' SUITS AND FURNISHING GOODS. A IMO— BmU, ak«M, Bncwu, RakWr Om4i, Lmim «r.« Gallon. ta eMMrttMOMMWIUI l U. hvMK TorHgn uui DoauaUe OaMlaaraa. 9vmkf »"»■«. *•.. wUaft l» will Mki to ordar »« Uriug tutm. COMMERCIAL STRUCT. MATTLE. at til Uu Iriit o» CiUMii A Cuu. jcSJ, WADDELL & MILES WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IK Ranges, Cook, Parlor and Box STOVES, Fittings," rfoarrlpilon . Steam Whistles, Qoogi, Steam and Water.Gauges. Globe Valves, &c MALLEABLE IRON FITTINGS. Pluiuhlnir, Copper-WmlthlHg. HTEAM AND GAM FITTING. Call iuOm UM FRANCO MI 4 lUIWI I «a«l( mm* DtabU i •• tapnrwMil »»«r all •Iktrt. AcMto fa b NhknM Superior turn. Ua ba«» aol« o« It# Pacific Ouaat. All pUt*. VMTMU* MI * mat by li*. Ilra-backa nmaM to laal In yarn. *u MI *MI luni ixacrraa, tit ouw rmaa IIBOID p«o«m* nu.w. Mill Street* Seattle. W. T. ■»»<»■« HUGH HeALEER I («., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER# IN Stoves, Ranees. Tinware. COPPER WiRK (JRINITK LRU PIPE, HH IRON WARIt. STEAM PIPE, GAS PIPE, Copper Pipe, oiisiiui. STEAM AND ASSORTMENT or BrueQeede SHEET IXAIj, SHEET COPPEI AAD ZINC. All-JOB WORK pertaining to tbe business promptly attended to. Orders from abroad solicited, tad satisfaction guaranteed. HUGH McALEER A CO., COMMERCIAL STREET, BBATTLE, W. T. Seattle, Jnae It, 1878. jeß-dtf WA CHONG dc CO., en WJMJ9L vka IQeeiweeew. MIU Onm h4 rlfcm **■ MW setae melHn fl>l»«M pMltr UlpemWfwOe> aiieortMUM. USB moos. HI DIBECT FRBS cum, THE PUREST AMD BEST. Dealer tm Rice. Opium sad all Kinds of China Goods. MUH Igucf (Tram Hill) Saittli. tttt— vob iu sum or ROU6H 110 MESSO LBBKI. LATHS MlMUniMkr UKMI, ACKBMOI * CO. JBf' gnaw-WAW BANK EXCHANGE IIITiUIIAfIT, "wimi | MLTHOVII, WOfMITOti d. euorrax, ■u l |i>. UUI 'AT AX*L HOUSSJ M. OENBMORE MALM IB FKSM AID SALTED MEATS ASP VEG ETABLEB. t lh«» Crwf Third A Union If NO. 70.