Help identifying this bottle

I would like some help identifying this bottle. It was found buried in the hills east of Seattle Washington in an area reputed to be a dumping ground for debris from the Great Seattle Fire of 1889. It has an uneven bottom. The top is a separate piece fused to the neck and it has bubbles and imperfections so I think it is blown glass. The trademark is an S&L with the vertical part of the "L" being some sort of screw type tool. Any help would be great! Thanks! imageimageimage
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  • Did you ever identify this bottle? I have one as well! ;)
  • This is a late 19th century soda bottle with what is called a "blob top" - these bottles were fitted with a variety of proprietary closures.

    You might find some info at http://sodasandbeers.com - I tried but did not find a match.
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