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SMtUe, Tuendaj, June 6, 1876.
PBOPOBED REMEDIES.
In response to the clamor that has
been raised on the Pacific Coait in
rsgard to the increase of Chinese
immigration, two measures hare
been introduced into Congress for its
regulation. The one a joint resolu
tion by Page, on which the House
Committee on Commerce hare au
thorized a strong favorable report,
requesting the President to negotiate
mi additional article to the Bnrlin
game Treaty, as follows:
"The United States do hereby re
serve the right to regulate, restrict
and prevent the immigration of Chi
nese subjects into the United States,
except for commercial pursuits ; and
reciprocally, the Emperor of China
doss reserve the right to regulate,
restrict or prevent the immigration
of citizens of the United StaUu
into China, except for commercial
purposes.'*
As originally submitted, the
proposition was to exclude all Chi
nese immigration, but in this form it
could not obtain the sanction of the
Committee. It is thought that with
the addition of this clause as modi
fied, the treaty will be reduced to a
mere commercial convention.
The proposition, however, is warm
1y opposed by Sargent who Las in
troduced into the Senate a bill, of
which the pith is, that Chinese tran
sit, hitherward, should be limited to
ten passengers for each vessel, in ad
vocacy of which he was to appear be
fore the Senate Committee on For
sign Relations last Tuesday. The
latter plan certainly has the merit of
brevity, simplicity and practicality
than which no stronger arguments
could be urged in its favor.
Against Page's resolution exists
the fatal objection of ambiguity,
provided, that is, the purpose really
aimed at be to check the evil com
plained of. There would be room,
as at present, for equivocation and
evasion, and as Bargent says, "it
would leave the door as wide oj*en as
now to Mongolians of the worst
class." In case of its adoption the
question will arise what is to be the
criterion of decision, as to who
lie or are not immigrants, for "com
mercial pursuits," and what tribunal
ie to ait in judgment upon each
special case and decree who are or
are not admissible according to the
qualification.
TEU-GRAPHIC
'ia.
Ww*SMUCA, 3.—Tbe fut
train nmU aoca it 8:10 this
lOwooi, and ntto'/Md tight or ten
■intm Tbe Mrifiwt train with Mr
•ml hundred •migrants and alto a
largt crowd froai lowa wore at tbe
depot and greeted the train with cheers
apoa its arrival. Tbe whole distance
of Um Humboldt Division, 236 miles,
was twylhhiH in aia hour* and
three minatee. The breakafe of the
labrioator at Ohrlia detained the traia
thirteen minatee, and a hot box ceased
Author detention at Battle Moaatain
Landiag, a delay altogether of twenty -
Bve miaatee on the Hamboldt Division.
Notwithetaading the heavy gredee end
corvee between Toaao and this point, a
•peed of forty-eight and three-tenths
miles per hoar wae maintained. The
train wae Are hoars ahead of time, and
aatloipatians of arriving in San Fran
cieoo between 8 or 9 a. m . Sunday, were
confidently ex proceed by paeeengers
who mem sit aaenimoasly pleased and
■etieiti with this brilliant feat. At
aboat 8:90 the traia dashed on its wey.
oat of hearing.
BaOUXUITO, Jane 3.-TU train ar-
Mil Milk City at *53, making
mil— in thirty-three min-
II iwitdi H Humboldt »l 9:15.
&BXO, Jim 4.-2:15 a. M.,the tn&«-
OottiMitil train hae jait paeeed
thioofh Ik town. The track for a
•ib ill i hilf «M lined with pwpto
Iring ph>ol% And bombs, Roman
emdlat vm trad from the rear end of
tklnk
BaC*AM*»TO, June 4.— The
haa baao mifciy an effort to get the
privilege of midiß| a reporter on board
the lightning train at Ogden for which
Un anm of #505 «m oflarad and refused
yesterday. However they dispatched a
oorreepondent to Trockae In Um hop* of
kbf able to gat on board thara and
lUa to tfcft Bay, bat ho ratnrnad by tha
morning'* ooorland train in a fearful
fltNfco ol dimtiftiafaetion, aa ha laarnad an
itnaMng fttmmit, through telegraph
that hie aaiesaon would prore a
total fcttar* oad thai ho woald not ba
■llnnad In >ranmji«ij tki forty at all.
SiV Fma»CSSCO, Jana 4. -The fal
lataitrf by Foal-
MfNrOMT
• Jl%ve 100,00 ft letter* for your citi
renr, will you deliver them to-morrow
on arrival of th-j ex
press train r
Signed JaRKETI" 4 PALMEH."
The j.ostmaster will bsve the deliv
ery made upon the arrival of the tram
in San Francisco.
SAS FRAST< rsco, Jane 3 —Two new
cases of death from small-pox in the
Chinese quarters sr? report**! to-day at
the health office. It is th*; opinion of
medical men that were it not for the
filthy habit* of th« Chinese and the im-
possibility of dealing with the disease
in their quarter there would be little
or no fear of it« becoming epidemic
and that immediate measure* should be
taken to enforce the health ordinance.
Bax PBAKC!.vo t June 3.—The light
ning train arrived at Evanston at 9:15
4. M.. leaving at 9:20 a. M., eight hours
and fifteen minutes ahead of time,
running down Echo Canyon at the rate
of 60 mile* an hour.
8a jr Francisco, June 3.—A fire thi*
afternoon destroyed the work shop of
Church & Co., manufacturers of firs
work*, on Market street near Taylor.
It originated from a boy running
Roman candles, using an iron instead of
a wooden rad. Loss uot stated.
Bak Fraxci«co, June 3.—A fire
broke out this morning in the turuing
factory of Bonhard £ Co. and totally
destroyed the factory and several dwel
ling houses adjoining. Los* about
SBO,OOO ; partially insured.
8A X DIEGO, Juno 2. —Dispatches
from Corporal Smith, in charge of th*
detachment at Campo, at a late hour
last night, says be went on a scout yes
terday 14 miles from Cam{>o, where he
found Pete Lark in and seven men.
Lark in said ono of his herders and all
his cattle wert) musing. These seven
men joined the corporal's party and
started for Jaoquebera valley. In the
upper end of the valley they fouud
many Indians end Mexicans
in the rocks, apparently guarding stock.
On attempting to go around to see what
they were doing, some thirty mounted
Mexicans rode out from behind the
rocks, when they retired. An Indian
who brought the news to Catupo, says
Che Mexicans intend to attack Carnpo as
soon as they are reinforced from San
Rafael. Hmith thinks there were about
60 Mexicans in all.
Oaskell Brothers, of Campo, tele
graphed to District Attorney Wildy
this morning that the Indians had
ftatuni to tb« rocks, tha Mexicans backing
them, and are plundering houses and
running off stock, and swearing veu
genoe on the inhabitants. Many fami
lies have concentrated at Campo for
protection, and the prospects are good
for a general outbreak on the border.
J KAaT Klt X STATKM.
/ WASHINGTON, June 2.— Wiudom
from the committee on public lauds,
reported favorably oti the House bill
to authorize claimants upon even num
bered sections of land within the twenty
mile limits of the Northern Pacific
Railroad to make proof and payment
of their claims at the ordinary medium
rate of #1 25 per acre ; placed on the
calendar.
The legislative appropriation came
ap as unfinished business. The first
amendment reported by the committee
on appropriations restoring the sslery
of Senators and Representatives from
84,600 to $5,000 was adopted without
division. The other amendments pro
posed by the committee on appropria
tions restoring the salaries of officers
and clerks of the Senate and House of
Representatives, capitol police and em
ployes in tbe library to the amounts
received by thorn under the existing
law wti agreed to, as WAS also the
amendment appropriating s!.">,<x)o for
the salary of the Congressional printer
and the employes of his efiice and s'2,
500 for the contingent expenses of his
office. The uext amendment was oos
restoring the President's salary to S6O,
000. McCreery hoped it wo«Ud not
prevail as #l4O |»er day eras tea large,
and only promoted improvidence.
Tbe House has paeeod the army bill
at I'iO to 8? Alter debate, the mer-
chant seamen hill gamed. Adjourned.
VBOM 09» tmAYELIHG CORRES
PONDEHT.
y«ao from tha Centennial.
PHILADELPHIA, I
May 14th, 1876. \
Kl>. INTKLUOKKCER The great day
of tha century has coine. The Ameri
can heart is jubilant and has put on
her gay robee. bunting of all aizea,
colors, and nationa, ia floating in the
generoua breese. Uncle Sam's children
have ahouted and aaog and tooted their
horua and participated generally and
generoualy in the opening exercisea
Jnpiter Pluvius, out of reapect to the
oooaaion, etraightened up hia flowing
horn out of which he had for hours
been pouring hia nectar, and thereby
gladened tha hearts of the people.
Nature'a great bright ejrae looked down
amilingly upon the grand pagvant.
Our big Tyhee (President Grant.) dtgni
fledly graced the occsaigo, and coo
daaoended to make a speech, and a eery
appropriate one it was. Our neighbor
Dom, and hia wife of Brazil, waa by to
me how the Yankeea do it, and mw.
The boy*, (Congressmen) from Wash
ington, came op and took a hand, and
dear ladiaa flattered and fanned and
white handkerchief*! to their aweat
haarta' content boom of oar ncigh
hnre on thia little roond globe of oar*
hare come to stay a while at; i get ac
quainted, (quite a goodly number of
them, and we have promt**! to b*»
tiftgbbwlj and trtat them well for
tfcey have all of them thougb'ful
and broug'it knittiig work a! i>g
just to th*m from being idle while
they stay We have visitors from
Jajan and Chiua, Sandwich Islands,
sandwiched in between Japan and
Australia, New Zealand, Turkey,
Egypt, South Africa, Italy, Spain and
France, in fact all Europe u**ariy. Peru,
Chili, Argentine Confederation. Brazil,
Columbia, Ac., from South America
all North America, and if a rapid
transit of any kind had been inaugu
rated, I have no doubt bat Saturn,
Herscbell, Mars, Venus, the Sun, Moon
and Star country generally, would have
been on hand also.) and altogether we
have filled up this ordinarily quiet old
Quaker burg pretty full, and have given
it an appearance quite in contrast to
its staid ways and sober demeanor of a
centnry gone.
The Centenuial opening and display,
although very much is yet incomplete,
is a grand success. The first thought*
and impressions on entering the grounds
are so overpowering, BO immense, so
grand, that one feels like sitting down
and gazing in wonder upon what seems
too much like magic to be real. But as
the eye becomes accustomed to the
scenic effect of the changing panorama
and the mind gradually grasps the im
mensity and grandeur of the occasion
and begins slowly to gather it in item by
item and understand and comprehend
its import, then we feed th%t the sucoess
is not that of one people alone, but of
all; tbe triumphs of the display will
not be those of-one race, but of human
ity at large; the productions, not those
of a single century, but tho growth of
«x thousand slow toiling years. Let
us therefore bow our heads and take off
our sandals, for we tread on holy
ground and stand in the presence of the
modern deity, the Jupiter of the arts
and sciences, the servauts of civiliza
tion and refinement.
On the day of the openiug we started
for the grounds at eight o'clock in the
morning in a street car, and were not
able to reach there before half past
nine, because of the immense crowds.
Every method of conveyance was
loaded to the utmost, and the delays
caused by jams ill the streets rendered
the traveling very slow iudeed. Upon
passing the gates we fouud the crowds
so packed around the grand stand that
it was impossible to get within hearing
or hardly seeing distanco, and had to
content ourselves with the consciousness
that the programme would be carried
out as intended, and that we could read
it all the next morning in the papers.
80 we have, so far, wandered aimlessly
about the grounds from building to
building, from shady nooks to pleasaut
fountains, to flower plots, to springs, to
log-cabins, to the thousand and oue
curiosities on every hand, and have
hardly taken a minute account of any
thing. The official count of attendance
on the openiug day reached 230,000.
Hi nee then the attendance is about 20,-
000 per day. The admission gates are
so arranged that one person only passes
at a time, and are self-registering.
The fee for admittance, fifty cents,
must be paid in a note of that value (or
coin.) One dollar will not be taken for
two, neither will two silver quarters
pay for ono entrance. There is a good
deal of growling at this particular
restriction, but as thero is a national
bank on the grounds with a business
window on the street outside where
everybody can get fifty cent notes in
exchange for auy denomination of
mouey without per centage, I consider
the provision a wise one. There are
thirteen entrances at each of which
there are (I believe) six gates, so the
provision iu this respect is ample. The
outlet gates are separate, uo person
passing out at any of the entrance
Ktes. The gates, both inlet and out
>, are well supplied with an efficient
police force as are the buildings and
ground*.
(Concluded to-morrow.)
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Probate Notice.
IS THE PROBATE COURT OF KINO COUN
ty. Washington Territory. In the matter of the
estate of George A. Ring, deceased.
C. C. Lewis. th<» administrator of the Raid ins
tate having this day Sled in this Court his peti
tion. representing that hia final account* a* auch
administrator have been settled in aaid Court,
and there remains a balanee ef sail estate in hia
hand* for distribution among the heirs of the de
ceased, aud prayiug that an order be made dis
tributing said estate among the heirs of deceased;
How, therefore, it ia ordered by the Court thai
all peraon* interested in the aai>i eetate be and
appear in this Court, to the office of thia Court io
Seattle, in aaid county, on Saturday, the fifteenth
day July. A. D. 1*76. then and ther*- toahow cau«e
why a decree distributing aaid estate ahould not
he made. and why the whole of the reaidue of
aaid eatate ahould not be given by such decree to
Emma »i. Ring, wi.law of deceased.
Ordered further that a copy of thia order be
publiahed f,»r five aucceeaive weeka before aaid
time of heariug in the WEEKLY ISTTU.MEX. EB. a
weekly newspaper publiahed in aaid Seattle, and
aerved on the County Auditor of the county of
Kin«.
Dated Jane 3*1,1»76.
W. M. YORKE,
KI*G COUNTY. SS. *
I, Waldo *. l'orke, Jn.U'f and ei-offloio clerk
of the Pn>bate Court of aaid county, do bervby
certify that tha foregoing ia a true copy of an or
der of aaid Court made and entered on rec. >rd in
aaid Court am lb*ad day of June, A. 1). l*"f>.
Witness my hand and the aeal of aaid iVurt
(I. S i thia 3d daT of June. A. I>.
WALDO M. YORKE,
Judge and ei-offlcio Clerk aa aforeaaid.
Pure Milk
FROM
Amunds' Dairy.
Hotel* ami Families Supplied
In Quantities to Suit.
A. AMUXDS.
W. T. fMt
MISCELLANEOUS
Seattle's tllorv i> Verified
Through
FRAIE.VTHAL BROS,
BR-TH* opening of their wonderful Spring stock,
ujtiov in the Dickens the* ~an aff>rd to eel!
them so low will be prvTtn to the pnzile of all.
" If to their store you'll take a walk.
That this is no idle talk."
Complete assortment as fol
lows:
Wholesale and retail.
All descriptions of
Dry Goons, ;Men s & Boys'
Fancy Goods, J Tritxks,
M ILLIXERY, \ CHOICE
LADIES' SHOES. J READY-MADE
CARPETS, j CLOTHING,
OIL CLOTH. j IIATS, BOOTS,
WALL PAPER, ETC,
Courteous attention, and
ONE PRICE
For all justly respected.
FRAUENTHAL BROS.
iy Order*from abroad tolUited.
GO TO
Bean & White's
NEW GROCERY STORE.
ON FROJfT STREET, if you want tbe
Worth of your Money.
They keep a large snd splendid stock of
Groceries
School Books, Stationery
AND NOTIONS,
And aro the only bouse in Seattle where yoa
can get the
Alden Dried Apples, Pears,
Plums, Corn, Onions, Etc.
They also keep constantly on hand
Chopped Feed, Middlings, Shorts,
Bran,WWheatt t Oats, Etc.
RUBBER PAINT!
RUBBER PAINT!
I Will Guarantee the Rubber Paint
{All Circumstances Equal)
To cover more surface per gal
lon, two coat work, than Atlantic
Lead and Linseed Oil, and wear
twice as long when proj>erly ap
plied, without Peeling, Cracking or
Chalking off.
I will corroborate (if necessary)
by sworn statements all I claim
in the above.
w. IT. SHOUDY.
THE RUBFEI PAINT
Is put up in quarts, gallons, and
five gallon cans, ready for use in all
shades and collors. For sale by
W. H. SHOUDY.
STEAMER
Fanny Lake
J. S. HILL, Master,
Will leave Seattle for
SNOHOMISH CITY
Every Thursday, and Return
ing oil Saturday— Stopping eacb
way at all intermediate Landings.
Alao for
WHITE RIVER
Every Monday and Returning
on Tuesday— Stopping at all in
termediate Landings.
Freight on White River will bo f.J per ton on
mercliandis# and produce, with the exception
of hsy. Passenger fare reasonable.
J. A. McI'HEE,
Wholesale and retail dealer in
CIGARS, TOBACCO, PIPES,
and
OUTLBRT.
•/"Call aixl eianiins my goods at Farnham
k Clark's Store, Commercial Street, Seattle, W. T
■c ■'> smm » "w xi.
T. P. FREEMAN
Has jufct miiovcJ to hia new atore on Mill Street,
Opi**it« Occidental Hotel, where
ASYTHISO I!* HIS LI!IE,
AS GOOD AS THE BEST AND
CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST,
■./"Can henceforth be procured.
fHE STITE INVESTMENT
** AS D
!INSURANCE CO.
Fire «.• Marino.
Cash Assets, - - $480,000.
Principal Office. Ho. 409, California Bt.
jail Francisco.
OFFICE! At
Prra I>o**Krt. Prest.; a. J. BaiAjrr, Vic#-Pr.
Charles R. Ctshzxa, Secretary.
A. P. HOT ALI SO, gfc Oeceral Agents
fw 3 .-agon and Waatu# fton, Portland. Oregon.
FIRST-CLASS MIsKS SOLICITED
0. C. Perkins, Agent.-
MISCELLANEOUS.
The Grotto
SALOON,
111 Street. Seattle, f. T.
HLGtR t.NIXON Proprietor*.
MERCHANT EXCHANGE
Saloon
ON MILL STREET SEATTLE. W. T.
Tbe Finest
WINES, LIQUORS A CHARS
Constantly on hand.
F. RIGBEY Proprietor.
SEATTLE SALOON
TOM SMITH PROP'R
WASHINGTON STREET. SEATTLE.
(In the building formerly Oro Fine Saloon.)
Vines, Lipors, aid Cigars,
Of (be beat quality.
BJQSTAURANTT
In tbe rear apartment.
BOARD BY THE DAY OR WEEK
Single Meal ®oe
Board per day SI.OO
Board per week #.OO
PONY SALOON
Kept by
BEN MURPHY
Corner Commercial aud Main street, opposite
theU. 3. Hotel.
rpnis la the place to visit to have the Inner
J. man replenlahed.
Cigars, Tobacco, Wines, and Liquors
Always on hand.
Seattle. W. T.. March 25.1875.
Solly Varden
ti a. jd<€» €»
Front Street, near the Pavilion,
SEATTLK, W. T.
.At Uu. nOI-LT VAU&KX
WINES,
LIQUORS,
BEER, AND
CIGARS
of the BEST QUALITY, will always be served to
onr customers.
CUTTER'S OLD BOURBON
AND THE
BEST CIGARS IN SEATTLE
ARK THE SPECIALTIES AT THIS HOUSE
Smith & Jewett,
n7-tf Proprietors.
ADELPHI SALdON7
m mm +*
WINES, LIQUORS, and
CIGARS,
OPPOSITE YESLER'S IIALL.
Seattle, W. T.
J. S. ANDERSON,
J3 RUUE LOWE.
W W JTC "JL « MM rw?
AND
Commission Basinet
Messrs. McCallister & McCarty
OWNERS OF
Barge Champion
nATE ERECTED A WAREHOUSE OXTONK S
* Burnett' aWharf, in thia City, where thay
will Wholesale and Retail
All Kinds of Produce !
Flour an<l Feed, f!ay and Grain. Vegetables
Fruit, Chicken*,etc.
Term* Sir icily Cash.
iUliiA BAKERY,
SEATTLE. W. T.,
Wm Meydenbauer, Prop'r.
MANUFACTTREB ALL KINDS of
Ship and Soft Bread
ALSO
SODA,
PICNIC,
BOSTON,
sua All,
MILK,
FANCY
and BHOO-FLY
Oak.es, tfce., ebc.
Order* filled to all PARTS OF the SOUND at
SHORT NOTICE.
VESSELS FUBNISHEB
with
Kiln-Dried Biscuits
On opplication, for
LOXCr He a Voyages.
Pr Price* moderate.
MISCELLANEOUS
•KATMiIE
DRKi STORE
M. R. MADDOCKS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Dealer in Drugs, Patent Medi
cines, Chemicals, &e., Ac.
PRESCRIPTIONS
CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED.
ALSO,
Dealer in Wines, Liquors, Ae.
ORDERS FROM ABROAD SOLICITED.
It IT HADDOCKS.
htille, January 3,1871.
W. H. PUMPHREY,
Successor to
PUMPHREY
—young.
gSookstller and
Stationer,
SSATTZJB, W. T,
«. ». *r-
OI.ITE RBAHCH
Lodge, No. 4, BNti
every WSDIf BBDAT
EVENIRO *1 TJg o'clock,
Ib the Masonic Hall.
Member* of the order are invited to attend.
By order of the B. S.
Hurrah
In the field again, and we
will not stand back for
anybody, and offer
for sale to the
public
1,000 Fine Cashmere Hats
for Gents, at 50c each.
2,000 Fine Ladies' and Chil
dren's Straw Hats, at from
25c to 75c each.
2,000 Fine Gents' Straw
Hats, at from 25c to 75c
each.
500 Fine (Sents' Panama
Hats, at $1.25 each.
1,000 Gents' Oxford Ties,
at $1.50 per pair.
1,500 Fine Gents' Alexis
Ties, at $2.75 per pair.
750 Fine Gents' Gaiters, at
$2.75 per pair.
1,500 Fine pairs Gents' Boots,
at from $2.50 to $5.00
per pair.
500 Fine pairs Boys' Boots,
at from $1.25 to $2,75 per
pair.
2,000 Fine Ladies' Shoes, at
$1.25 to $2.50 per pair.
2,000 Fine pairs Gents'
Cashmere Pants, at from
$2.50 to $5.00 per pair.
500 doz. Fine Cheviot Shirts,
at 75c to $1.25 each.
1,800 Fine Cashmere Shirts,
at 50c to $3.00 each.
And everything else in pro
portion. Come one, come
all, to the
Seattle
Auction Store
on
MILL STREET
(Next door to the Postoffice.)
MIXDT & DAVIS,
Proprietori.
MISCELLANEOUS
n Mi
i T ~rlf|V
Wholesale and Be tall
{ ». J|s
CHOICE
i \
I
Groceries
ProviilcJ
Hardware, |
<sint Sea*,
CROCKERY, J
GLASS*)#,
FLOUR, FEED, ETt,
1
Imported and Califenii
-wmrmm- k«,
Foreign and Domestic '
Liquors, etoylt
ALSO I
Sole Proprietor of the feflm
ell-lcnown Brandt of Cigvt;
" Foster,"
"Uttle Zld."
....And....
"Pride of W. SI
t£T\*// Goods guaraatetdi
represented,
■T'OooUa delivered in the OUyftwof«M(i
Commercial 8 treat, SeatU* V.
BUf
TTOXJH
GOODS
on* j
B
R
0 'j
SCHWABACI
&
c
o
THBY KJSEV
ASSORTMENT
AND SELL
CHEAPEI
than any othbi
H USE
IXT THB
territob!

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