THE DAILY INTELLIGENCER.
TIE DAILY INTELLIGENCER
delivered to scanners anywber*- in
per w~k. payable v> th*
THE WEEKLY IMTELUttESCEE.
Thia old m* potnjUr }<OTria! of We mU-m Waah
iDjft'Ti. with the Uri*est cfeeulatim of any Paj-er
lu th< Territory, In publiabed »very Saturday
morning. Term* Three' IXtllant per and
Bum, In advance ; ctbel SIm,I4.SS.
S. ». D***ieO». B. L »LAJU'IM*D
DENNISON & BLANCHARD,
Proctor* In Admiralty.
l/'Of&M at P'<rt Tvwueeud, Waabingtou Terri
D P. JENKINS,
SEATTLE, W. T.,
ITTORNEY-A T-LA W, SOLICITOR
IN CIIAKCKRY, AND PROCTOR
JN ADMIRALTY. mh2l
hsn McHirnr. O M HALLM.
McNAI'UIIT k IIA M.Kit,
Attorneys & Counsellors at Lav,
POET TOWHBEHD, W. T.
W. It. ANDREWS,
Will practlte in si I tbe Courts of Record In the
orrici m SUTLER'S SVILDINU, orrosrra oo<i-
UKNrAL, «K*Trur., w. r.
C M. BRADSHAW,
•lit o rney-al-Mj<*tr %
POUT TOWNBEND, W. T.
Jen* i. McUava*. Twoa Bl MEE.
MrGIIARV & Blßkfi,
HE ATT I.E. IT. T„
Will atl' ml to biialiifM 111 all part* of th« Ter.
JamKS McNACUBT. JOH* I.KAUT
McN AUGHT & LEAKY,
A TTORNK YS -AT- LA W, SOLICI
TOUS IS CHANCERY, Jt PROC
TORS IN ADMIRALTY.
Will practice in tha Dlairict aud Hupreuie
Mr. Leery will give epecial atteiititm to Col
lectloua, Conveyancing. *«'•; alio tu the purrhaee
an<l aale of Ileal Eetate.
Jujy llth. lN7i. J** s
«.R,)toOo«ili,1 ft H lUwroan.
Dietrict Attorney | •
s.l Dietrtet, W.T.)
M'CONAHA ft HANFORD,
ttiomryM-at- f^vir, Soticiiora
iu Chanerry and Proeiorß
Orricie Commercial Street, corner
WiiHbington, B««ttk\ W. T.
DR. HALCOK HOFFMAN,
Physician, Snmeon and Acconcheor
Otfirt at rf»iilfnc<s on Chvry Sfrrrt, I*-
tiCfi H Front ami Second Stiwt*,
SEATTLE, W. T.
DRS. A. & H. B. BftGLEY,
SEATTLE, W. T.
DE. H. B. BAOLKY. LATE rROFFSHOB or
Pri net plea aud Practice of Hurler? iu the
Michigan Oeutral Mciical College, will make
Operative Surgery and Hurgical Dia«a*ee a apeclai
ty. and will atteud ta ealla in any part of tbe
CHI. G. A. WEED,
SURGEON AND PHYSICIAN,
SEATTLE. W. T.
Seattle, w • Ta
>(Bee oppoaite the an Orrira.
OR. JOHN BAKEK,
RESIDENCE Corner Third and Spring atrvet*
OPPlt'l~*(V»niuciiL STMIT, o»»roaiT« thi
DR. FRED. W. SPARLING.
Late of the U. S. Army,)
OrneKO* COMMEIiCIAL STREET, SDOOBB
NORTH or CITY HOSPITAL.
fllM MAZ AM L '
Over ao4 Harrieaa S»< re. E.4ST OF OC
CU)t*TAL HOTEL. rt».
i. c dejiyiht. or
*Bsm fx?« Bund.
1 ,Tr i%l atmt vll wart
HENRY E. HATHAWAY
1 U S n u l A r R r\!Z KX r rU)X l)lvrx TO COI,
U'lU , Ho.
t*mu. m"f W *' TOIUt - AtUnhj.at.Uw,
The murderer's remorse and the ti§-
ioctt that haunt bis troubled tlaiabert
have furnished the theme for many an
exciting sketch, but the free* surrender
and unsought acknowledgment of a self
confessed man-flayer rarely appears in
police annals. The regular bearing at
the Central Station yesterday afternoon
had been concluded, the audit-nce had
dispersed, and Alderman Carj»enter was
about leaving, when a blae-coftted and
brass-lmttoned patrolman. n«*rrously
grasping a man of peculiar appearar.cu,
hurried into the hearing-rooiu and an
nounced that ho a had murderer tu cus
tody. The prisoner gave his nam'- a*<
William Devitt, and his r«»eiduiio»} as
"nowhero." Officer Smith, of the Nine
teenth Police district, testifb-d that on
Sunday evening, whil« he was standing
at Twenty-third and Booth streets, the
prisoner approached hiui and said : "1
want to give myself up. I have com
mitted murd«-r." The officer then
questioned him. and subsequently at the
station-house, in rrgard to the matter,
and learned the following particulars:
About five years ago Devitt was em
ployed as a laborer on a railroad near
Uniontown, Fayette county, i'a., about
eight miles from Conm-llsville. To
gether with three or four companions,
all of whom, as well as himself, were
intoxicated, ho was passing through the
woods. They met a stranger, who De
vitt thinks was a railroad "boas." Be
ing in a quarrelsome* humor, Devitt,
and a man whom he terms his "part-
Mr," had a controversy with the stran
ger about some trifling matter. The
argument advanced to a war of words,
when Devitt and his "partner" seized a
large log of wood, and striking the man
on the chest, crushed in his breast, caus
ing almost instant death. Devitt's
"partner" ran through a corn-field, but
had not proceeded far before he was
captured. Devitt himself was arrested
the following day, and the two men
wore lodged in jail, though in separate
cells. Devitt succeeded in forcing open
the window of his prison apartment,and
lowering bimselt to the ground by
means of the blankets cut into strips,
effected his osci»j>o. In subsequent con
versation with Alderman Carpenter and
with tho Time* man, Devitt stated since
his escape, five years ago, ho had wan
dered about the couutry, mainly through
tho Southern States, working upon va
rious railroads. His compauiuii iu crime
was convicted of man-slaughter, and
irM Io r» yr»r(i iu ttic Wvn
torn Penitentiary, Pittsburg. "I have
not had a night's rest nor a day's luck
since that time," said Devitt, in earnest
tones. "Everywhere 1 go the murdered
mau is before me ; everything I do his
blood stained corpse distracts my atten
tion and grants me not a moment's
peace. We were all intoxicated, but I
want to go back and be tried, as I
would then fiel far more satisfied."
Tho unfoitunate man was according
ly committed to await tho action
of the authorities of Fayette
county. Devitt is twenty-eight
years of age and a native of Ireland,
tlis countenance is a peculiar one. It
bears a look both of hardened criminal
ity and firm determination. At first
glance he appears but a boy in years,
but u|>on closer inspection lines that
tell a tale of daily torment and a look
of premature age are plainly discerned.
In talking ho has a careless, uncon
cerned way of expressing himself, lead
ing to tho inference that he either was
of unsound mind or was narrating a
false tale for tho furtherance of a pri
vate scheme. Tho man who. in San
Francisco, announced himself as tho
Nathan murderer, when brought to
New York admitted that his sole pur
pose was to obtain a free pass to the
latter city. At tho Central Station,
however, two years ago last Christmas
day, an individual delivered himself up
to Turnkey Ilolloway as the uiurderor
of a mau in Maryland and was subse
quently sentenced to eighteen years im
prisonment. The police authorities yes
terday rather mistrusted Devitt s tale,
and accordingly telegraphed the au
thorities at Uniontown. A reply was
received last night stating that a mur
der of the character that Devitt de
scribus bad been committed about five
years ago and one of the accused parties
had managed to escape. Officers from
Fayetto county will probably arrive
hero to-day. and Devitt's wish will lie
gratified. —Philadelphia fiw*.
JOURNALISM IN 1776.
There were no daily newspajiers iu
the time of the Revolution Of some
fifty papers which were born, and lived,
or died between 1743 and ITS.'}, all were
weeklies or semi- weeklies. There wt re
forty-three such in existence at the
end*of the war. They were poor af
fairs, viewed in th« light of the journal
ism of to-day; but, measured by their
times, displayed considerable enter
tirise, aud exerted an immense influence,
t was their characteristic that they
aimed not so much to print the news
of Ibe locality in which they were pub
lished as to bring to that locality
news frcm distant parts of tho coun
try and of the world. In fact, the
tieaspajfis of tho KeVv lution ha>i
comparatively little to do with news of
any kind. Tho gathering of it had not
be«"n reduced to a system. The pub
lisher was his own editor and reporter.
There were no telegraph tolls to pay;
and, had there been, there would
havs been uo money with »Inch to
haye paid them News trav ltd to
the psper by t rivate conveyance. It
was two mont-.s coming from <ireat
Britain, and six month# from Constan
tinople. That useful and widely
known individual, "a gentleman »<f
undoubted veracity,'' lived however, iu
the country at that time. and ren
dered valuable services Ihe papers
were filled aith political sayings,
s.\tires and lampoons. By many of
thorn, the largest liberty of discus
sion was allowed ; and there were no
ticeable tendencies to tho fre*»? s« rt
of ii*eulition. Of journalism in the
modern sense of the term, elabo
rated, enterprising, competitive, lavish
SEATTLE, WASHINGTON TERRITORY, TUESDAY, JUNE 6, 1576.
in outlay, and presenting a field for the
highest attainments and most care
fully acquired professional skill, there
was absolutely nothing. And yet we
mast accord to journals of the Revolu
tion, small irregular, struggling sheets
that they were, the credit of a gener
ally heroic spirit, and a very noble
achievement in shaping the the pat
riotic temper of the times.
" MY SOX " said a Boston parent, as
his eighteen-year-old offspring stood,
carpet bag in hand, up on the thresh
old, " you are going to tho Centenuial.
Promise iue that during your absence
you will shun bad company and keep
your feet from the doors of alehouses
and billiard saloons. " "Fathor " re
plied the young man, with the mem
mo ry of the last caucus fioating iu his
mind, " I cannot. I go uninstructed
and unpledged. "
M. J-riAW u uimir
At tbe Foot of Sreond Street, SEATTLE
Every variety of Cemetery Wort executed ia
Marble and all other Btone, with neatneae and
AIHO, all kinds of Maaons* Building Material kept
for the market.
Alan, agent f«»r the sale of the San Juan Liine.
All orders promptly filled, aud satisfaction guar
beattle. October 16.1873.
MIXED PANT l\ ISK
Colors cto Sliaclos
In prepared in liquid fortn, READY for USE—
rtHjiunint no further addition of oil or apirita. It
X* .»f Pt'RE WHITE, and of any shade i»r coltw.
It i« cumjKiewl of thi»b«*at matenalK known to the
trade—Purr l.lnneetl Oil. Nlrlrlly Pure
Wl«lt«* l.rml. I'lir*- Xlnr.aud th«* MMttri*
<<n»« uiattf r pntcnrable for tlntiuK. which by our
p«vuliarpr<M of manufacture, arr ao thoroughly
unit*.-*! that th. y cannot Mparate. lirnce, it will
neverchalk. crack or |x«l off. doea not run frt>ni
Mtuun or nail holt*: and for brilliancy of color,
and lieauty of ftninh. It la without a rival.
I'ut up in S.I, 4 aud i gallon Pack-
and iu barn l*.
For sale in Quantities to su it
W. A. JENNINGS
AGENT FOR PUGET SOUND
WOSTHOFF I WILD
Are in receipt of a
SHIP CARPENTER TOOLS.
A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT
Call and them.
Good and well-l»roke Oxen
At Smith's Cove, three miles
A GOOD STRONG WAGON
wanted in exchange for well
broke Oxen. Enquire at the
abovenamed plaee. or at this
Mill Street, Reallle, W. T.
L. ItELMG, . Prop'r,
Bread t Cakes and Pastry
or ALL XKVDS :
Dvals in GRAIN, FLOUR, OROCE
RIBB and PROVISIONS, of the best
quality. Receives OREGON PRODUCE
by every steamer. Keeps FRUITS,
PASTRIES, CANDIES and CONFEC
TIONERIES, prepared in the neat
Also, TOBACCO and CIGARS.
fclT Prices moderate. Articles deliv
ered at private houses in Seattle.
Orders filled to all parts of the
C. L MITCHELL,
Bianufacturer & Dealer in First Class
HARNESS & SADDLERY
MILL ST., BETWEEN FIRST ANI> SECOND
SEATTLE, W. T.
And everything appertaining to the Trade con
stantly on hand.
DONE TO ORDER, and prompt attention given
to all orders tor NEW WORK or REPAIRING.
FRONT AND SENECA STREETS,
SEATTLE, W. T.
I. W. BIZKY, Prp'r.
V L, O U R
Always on hand.
and CORN MEAL,
and CHICKEN FEED,
All orders left with CHILBERG BROS,
promptly attended to.
The popular pn«prieUir of the old Blakely Ilotel
for year*, haa un r*d to thia city, and haa opeued
THOS. JACh'SOM. PropriAir.
HeatU«. Aprtil, 1C76.
Picht & Mehlhorn,
CREAM ALE, PORTER
Having Ktceeeded *r tL» Lu*st»«e of tu# S> rth
Paci&c b!T»t!Ty. *e »ill aeli our Cream Ala. Por
ter, and He«tr. «btcb ta ecki* w;*d.?«d t. ■ b*
the Iwet in the scarkrt, at price* that wlii compete
w.th eny "tfc'r br**ery in tbe TamtMry. We
wlii n>i be under* id
Having Us Vf fa- tllUea f tbla pr jlar
«n*h!i»hm*i.t. Mrcaiivb* can re.'y opon tt.ir
orl«r» being j<rostptly
PICHT 4 MEHLNOKN.
Beferrtng U tiie at«ove. the Tjnticr*!fintd t) ai.k»
hla former petrixze fut their liberal aoppi rt, and
■uUclta a cootianaace of the same for hia •wt'aa
cfm WAKTIX SCHJfIE"
Seattle, /aitoary f*. 1?"*.
Has juat received a new aud choice
STOCK OF GOODS
Tor Spring end Bnir.n:er wear.
Vatic to order.
fesißMrelal Street, Seattle, W. T.
BOARD AND TUITION
can be obtained for
Two Young Ladies
wishing instruction ia
Fresch, Genian, &Eulisb Stadiis
Apply to MRS. QUTTEXBSftO.
The Puget Sound Wooden
Ware Manufacturing Compa
ny, just organized, will during
the present year engage in
the manufacture of all kinds
and they are now making a
superior article of
which they will sell for less
money than the imported art
icle can be purchased for.
SEND FOR PRICE LIST.
Addre**: THK PUOrT ROIXD WOOPF.N
WABK MANX"FAI'TTHING COMPANY. Lock IV>*
No.-iOSMIII Street, Seattle. W T. tula
and all who feel weak and
want to be restored !
That you can have your spir
its resuscitated, and the inner
man satisfied, by calling at
nn MID nniaiinui
Steal lS, Oliops,
And all the dellicaeie* of the eeanon are ■erred io
the beet Near York Htyle.
by the Glass, and supplied to Parties
and sent in quantities to any place
where there is steam eommumcation.
Fresh Made Candies,
And an AworUuent of
Conatantly on hand. WeddlnK Cake* made to or
deraon the ahorteet notice. Ball Supper* and
May 13th, nr. 6.
One mile east from Yesler's
wharf, on the stage road ••
to v j
A f'w ft ire lota f Dahlia hnlbe. a;<d <
Canl.t! *rr aii.l Tvsoato plaiita, f r nai* by
C. W. LAWTON. Proprietor.
Sale or Hire
Ibbinson's Ship Vard.
Paiti«e can be aupplied with zvm or nil U«te.
W'-th or without u-titi in 'barye.
*>* F.BOBOrt&K- 1
Seattle Planing Mills
ti. W. STETSOX, Manager.
BLINDS. FRAMES. SHUTTERS, AND WOOD FINISH
of every description.
SEASONED LUMBER OF ALL KINDS CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
At our GRIST MILL, at Reasonable Rates.
W. T.. Tvb. I*. IS?«.
BOOK & STATIONERY STORE
JOHN L. JAMIESON
(N«*t door to Schwabacbrr Bros. Co.)
COMMERCIAL STREET, SEATTLE. W. T.
SCHOOL AND MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS /
STATIONERY, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, JJUMB
THE CHOICEST eta Alts AND TOBACCOS. « ."*j2
Subscriptions solicited for S. F. and Eastern PmHMhH "■
THE Alt CABM
" Fashfonaile Sto«j
DRY GOODS, I
DRESS GCODfIL i
Ladies' aid Cents' Goods,
Boys' Clothing, Hats, Caps, Trnnks, YIHH
Ever brought to this city. k
Our stock bos been selected by ourselves personally,
the requirements of the trade, we feel safe in saying that we
selected stock in this market, and at low prices. » k '■
BOYD, PONCIN & YOTffli
fk FAMR H
MHMLMTW eta AM Hl* eity ef Poet
rSES. ***rwcm County. Tbe mmmtj
leadfac lb Dterorery Mill, Cblisaaxjen Bay.
eedimfluwllti Mill jwwriglrt tieeegb tbe farm.
0»e hlkdved arte* nader feace. «a or TO for e«l
--t|V*tlcin. 20 a« ree In red rTomr and dr>tn» wefh
• Plenty of water, a ci»tem of jo,<jo«j itallont, a
pond and aprinf.
A «t""d two etory houae » by ««, barn, atable,
aheda and (>ther neceaaary baitdlnga.
A Rood orchard 13 yean old, with WO tree* ef
Two good milch cowe, farming toota, two
good lK»r*e taama, etc., etc., for aale If wanted.
The above land with all ita imnroeementa. will
be aedd for eom"thing leae than 111 coin per acre,
if applied for v»on.
C. ®. Pab-nt.
For farther particularn apply at thia office,
or at the bonae of
T. M. lAMMOXD. on the premiaee
I HAVE LEASED THE
Kn<>wn a* th* yarl. a t»-rio of four
with the intantlen of
SUP PL YING THE JJEMA SI)
At reduced r*t«a.
Will be prepared t.[ furiiiah to< rd*r in Jon" fk^i»
C. McALLISTKK. j
ueatile, llarih I?, lfT- .
ISAAC CHILBEBG, Proprietor
CHERRY STREET, nttr Bacond. SEATTLE.
Rrooma krpt '-ormUntly on band to meat lb*
rMulrtmrati of the tnd«, Mid broom* mad* to
order to nuit purrbaa* ra.
Tbr«* dtaerlptioM of brooma are made, wbirb
and by rattil a* price*.
Abo. WIBfS Air LMIU*BMWn bOOOHH.
cSkraa° **"' * ,lh *
•#" Aak j«>ur grocer for tbo Seattle Broom.
Seattle, April 15. ir«.
July 4, If
Tba rttiu-ns nt Seattle hav» det» r<
brstn thr Centennial Atiniveraarjr of m
dex*-r><l »-*/-« mtj tba eomlnrf Ith of T 1
rd ' t" tbe a®/ iu a nuarin«4
oca.-! raby *it*n<l a x . A
r*«T>U«ljf itir ughout onr IVrili f M*' 'Jmffl
u*. ar> l u.»k« it worthy of tba tfr<ras j|/'
l>* ORDER or *
March 11. K*.
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