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THE DAILY INTELLIGENCER.
VOL. I.
PROFESSIONAL CARPS
'RENIIIIR k buicnarbT
ATTORNBYS-AT-LAW AMP
FIMIWI h italnttf-
W». * U
"O P. JENKINS,
S&ATTLE, W. T.,
A TJCATKT'A TLA W, SOLICITOR
jOf CJIAXCKRY. AND fMOCTOH
IW ADMIRALTY. mhr.
DBNTIBTRY.
Hit WHY S. HATHAWAY,
COLLECTOR,
l>asriotrLAß amnmoir orvr* to 001.
t VmMl* rf 4*M> TISM petA fa* *« »»
w'l TO**,
ft—Hl«, W. t
"na. HALCOM HOKFIA*,
Pljsoai, Sinm ait iccoickeor
Offlm al reeidenee en Cherry Street, U
t*em Frmt and Setvnd tit net*,
SEATTLE, W. T.
I a Mas MoX*c«n. "• B 4IJJ| a
■cNAVOHT HALLEB,
Attmen & Cnnilsn at Lav,
FOIT Towmn. w. T.
W. R. ANDREWS,
ITTOHKIY.AT.LAW,
Will aeartlde la *ll Um Oowti •* 1-cord la tbe
TwiWury.
trrtrw m enxaa's waaos, wnstia wi
bssiu suau, w. v.
D. S. SMITH,
D, 8. CenniaioiM', Jutlw of
tto Pmmibl Notary Pnbllr.
Ooltasttaas mede ae ell •>**» «a>tsr I KM
Dssts aaf t>«h#r ps»s»i 4rawa sod keSao-wl
tig *• aS um rcu utu
OIWfS-O*sv 'rf Third ami »m t ti
ssk
OR. FRED. V. SP&RLIR6.
(LUi ef tltt TJ. I. Aiatj.)
Fvnitu.r t*
cvnoioi OOKMUMUI. ■muurr s poo—
morntM ow an ■onriTau
m J.S.MAGGS,
Dentist.
OF VIC K, MILL BTRBKT.
•vsr (laddie a 4 Sarnies Mora, IWT OF OO
oiunrrtL SOTUL
C Ms BRADSHAW,
POBT TOWKHKND, W. T
|M« i. McO&tu, Tm ICKI
M til LYRA BURKE.
ATTORN K.YH-AT-LAW,
SKATTtS, W. T„
fPW attaad to hudbw in til p*rti of tfc» T»r
Kuty.
• B. i C I linroau
AttorM} J
M DMfM, W. T.J
i'CORAHA I HINFORD,
MmiUitmra
tm Chmmttrjummd jPr+cff
OvvicßCotuntorcial Street, corner
Washington, Seattle, W. T.
ORS. A I H. I, BAGLEY,
flliflgflMflffcllft.
SEATTLE, W. T.
Dm. ■. ». BaoLBT. UTI raorßMoa or
frtatl*la aad fractlra of aargvry iu tb*
UliklMa Caattal Madical Oollag*. will mala
V. and will attaad ta aalla la aay part c*r ikt
Baaad. dl*
OR. Q. A. WEED,
MVBOKON AND PHYSICIAN,
BKATTLB. W. T.
dutaa M.dhMBT. UA»T
A LEAHY,
ATTOBXXrs AT- I.AW, SOLICI
TORS IN CHAJCKRT. 4 FROC
TOA&IN ADMJiULTT.
yaaMot ta Ba thatrwd aad 9*v*w
wtU |tw a»W aWaattoa t > t\»i
ladßaa, (\atwil«| a* ataa *0 tba mrfcaw
IBd aalaaf Baal BNaa
I*o tua. m lyu
UK. JOHN BAKER,
Mtiri «r * imciw.r.
UNbtiCl (\«Mf TUri) iMI rtrwk
9Vrinu~v\«naiiu anan. «n«»m tn
"** ta«u»u
Wt.C.V.CILIIOI N.
•e»tue, w. T.
' nil u Orm
BOARD AMD TfITIOX
Tw» Yfiig Ladir*
F rack, mai ftlu&k Stidia
w mmmo
KB. COBLEIOH'a MOVMO.
Sir. CobMgh m<'Trd on Rrit of
May W* W'-r* going thronfh .V <rtb
•t/«*t wh*u *« owrt him with tha »•
•ignia of tb« act anon hioi— namely, a
look in jf -g lam, clock and laaip. If we
had *udd«»uly 4iikx>i«t#l our own familv
wa could not have b*»*n mor* astonished
He bed lived in tha bouse from wb«nc»-
be wa* m nog (or at least »>igbt year*
Ha *et the lamp on the fence and prop
pod the clock and looking glaa* against
the tarn*.
"You are *urpn*ed to tee me at tbia'
be aaul, with en amuwi look.
W« admitted a* much
•• I little expected it at one time my
erlf." And b« ugbed drearily
*• Anj tremble with the landlord V
m Ho, Mk."
•• With the boo**, tWn Y"
" Oh, ao; good landlord, and good
br>aa». I dsn 7 t know if Til aver again
find ax good I've lived tbera eight
year* laet Fall, and I might hare lived
there all my life if it wasn't i»r tha
dangrd fools In the world."
••You eee," he went on, about •»*
months ago one of the chap* who l«-
lieved in a sudden and unexpected
judgment day Second advent they
call them—moved in the neat door
(wh«-re Parker u*»*d to live). Ha wa*
a peeoeful sort of a man to get along
with ; but be waa a strong Seoond Ad
vent and «o wa* bis wife Well they
had'ut lived there two weeks beforethey
got acquainted, and Itegan to have rev
elation*." He paused an l sighed.
" Rut why should their jwcuhar re-
Itgiou* Iwli»'t" make* ymi dis*nti*Hod
with your b«>m«* "f" we ventured to in
quire.
" Why," h« ejaculated, hard
at ii* " But you don't know anything
aliout it. You never lived neat door to
a S»«aond Advent, j>erha|»* i"
M Nut t bat wr can ixuioiulk r."
w You'd rvtiiKinUrKi if you bad,"
he replied, with signitir.iut rmphMii.
"I'llmw forget my experience. That
fbutily gut acquainted with us, and then
it bad their revelations. First they
tftjrrowed a little sugar, and then a
little ten, and then a little saleratus,
and then this and then that. They Mid
the world wan all going to be burned
up iu two weeks, and tb*y did'nt f«*d
like going to the egp«a*<» of g< tting a
!«rr«l of »ugar when eternity »»< ao
close, and wouldn't wr let them haw a
amnll taarup full i Wc let '» ui bavu
it. Then two days afterward they cam-*
in and mid that owing to the iiuaiedi
at« approach of the end of all things
they didn't think it advisable to lay iu
a ton of saleratnv and wouldu't we loau
them a cupful r My wife didu't be
lieve, of course, that the world was
coin lag te aaa end, but she said they
did, and ebe reasoned thai when they
at there wae no Are nor smoke on the
day iu question they'd pony up th<*
»ugsr and «aleratus and the hundred
and one other things. Hut that tiiue
oame around and the performance
didn't; eo tb*y professetl to have got a
sort of postscript with the latest partic
ulars, and thea they canto over a«
rampant as ever, and more eo. In fact,
evsry fresh d**ap|>ointm«ut apj*»ared to
give them a new ceal for victual# and
ther things, and it got eo that they
were over every (lay, and sometimes
twice a day, after oue thing or an
other"
•• llut didn't they return any of the
articlwa
"Certainly not. If the world wa* go
inj{ to cDil what on earth w»> we go
ing to «|<> with the article* * I couldn't
go through fire, could I, with tt-acupful*
of aaleratu*, "»ugi»r, ten. etc., hung to me*
That'* the way they reasoned. liut
they wa* going to make it all right on
the other ahore, MHH what his wife al
ways taid. I told tuy wife that if we
otntld only get ha« k 10 percent of the
tiling* on thi* *h >re I'd cheerfully run
tny chance for the l>alanee when we
net over there. Ile*idea all tlu»t, the
pr«*pect of *0 utu Ii gr eriea waiting
me on the other ahorc liegau after
awhile to get veiy e!ii'»trra*Miig. and 1
kinder hinted to the * hap <*omething to
thia effect, hut it did no good, tle'd
got that notion bored right into hi*
akull. and all he could *cc wa# cloud*
of gl'»ry, and angel*. and tn\rp«, and my
•ugar. and aaleratu*, and coffee. and the
like. Hy George ' it g»»t to In- j»j«t awful,
I <wn tell you' l>ay in *nd day out
that fellow, or mane of hi* folk*, waa
rejtatring their a*crn«ion dud# or going
fur my grttcerie*. and it did #eem a* if
I'd go mad and get up a judgment day
on my own Irnok Why, that ehap
would c«aite oti the greatest errand* y<»u
ro lit came m one day to get
my *liAving l»ru«h. He *A»d he didn't
feel justified in haying a new hruah
right «>t» the ere ot' a general rc*unrec
tion, hut he would u*e mine, and whrn
we all got orer there * (here Mr t'oh
leigh wared hi* hand in gloncny in
dication of the "he'd give me
a *having brush inlaid with preci»*u#
•tone* and frisking in golden faun
Hah' Th<* jackaiw' But that* the
way he'd talk He g»>t BIT ax one day
with a l«»t of the wrur f»w.4Uhne**, and
while he wa* u*ing it the handle l»n»ke
and the hiade went down the well. He
came o%vt right away to »ie if I had
another ax And when I told him t
hadn't, and tliat I didn't know how 1
was to get along witlnvut that <»ne. I ru
Matneii if he didn't want m<* to > rn>w
one fiocn aotue of the neighNira. ao he
could finish the little joh he at
H» N&UI there waa no u«-> of my Iniying
a new a*, with the era* kof J »«ra far
ing u* in the tki-e. There'd he no u*e
of a new at in heaven, f. r there I
nopain there, an n-» crying, with a l«»t
of other «tut? 1" >i* riled mr lik< thun
der Hut tlure wa* r »ife talking to
him 1 wa* mad though. aUnjt the ax;
aa mad a« t cvul t *>e. and ! told him if
he tlidn' get me a nr* ax I d hur»t him
in piece* with the right arm of the law
And what do you iuppoae he «**id V*
Atvl Jlr. Cotdeigh U»»ke»l at ua with
grm anxiety.
Wf ww »»Slige*i to admit tliat we
eiaildn'l tell.
"He mul hr\! hom** an«i pray for
OK, iol our friend, with % aigh of
<V«ra ! f "Ar ! iw>* »Kit r<«!>] I A<»
SEATTLE, WASHINGTON TERRITORY, THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1876.
with tich ft chap M tktt There VM
d one in getting mad, and you cvoldn't
reason him Hit of the fooiiahnem. Aad
he * xftda't more, and the daj ofjudg
mn&t showed DO iigts of being e*rue*t
S> there I m Tlie oalv thing leuald
d<» wa# to get twaj, aoa I re hired ft
ho*i*e it the *>ther end of town, and Ito
moving there. Aad now," willed onf
unfortnoeU fnend. fteadyiog the look
ing g!ai and ct.rk under hi* «£Btt
while he grasped the l&mp, Tf« got
where there U a iail on one aide of me,
and a grave jrira oo the other, tod t
don't cmre ft darn how man? Second
Advent* more in on either siae,"
And he stalked grimly oa hit way.
MISCELLANEOUS.
V. H. PUMPIRBf,
I
Successor to
2
PUMPHREY
j
—YOUNG.
|Sookseller and
Statimwr,
BBATTIaBX W. TP.
'PHOTOGRAPHY
o
R. H. CARDWELL,
(fnrrsespt to)
GEORGE MOdRE.
Rolle <>f pmm on tbt upper floor ef the
MEATTI.K Mam IT BI'ILDIMO, eocasr (Vu
mwrisl sad Wsshlafttoa Mmts
THE BEST OF WQJLK
DONE IN THIS GALLERY
Ml
SATISFACTION 0 VARAN 8EKI)
Hostile.May Stfc, MM.
IIMITir HHIKHQT!
ORKAT CLKAKINO OUT OF
jI)RY GOODS
Am ,
Closing
AT
FRAUENTHAL BROS
MILL STUKKT, SSATTLK.
Mikiic irruitoMßk far Ik* mml to ou
Rri.-k Mm* aow Mac arartad, wa ofln tftw «tft«
•fork i t f»oda at curt.
lUniaaßta and <xld K>U *>l<t math 1»'loW coal.
Th# it* ! U auyrrt.* to any la lb* rlly, tec
aUUag if
Dry Goodt, Clothing,
Boots, Shoes, Hats,
Blankets, Carpets, kc. y
WHOLKSALK AND RKTAIL.
FRAUENTHAL BROS
EASTWICK. MORRIS I CO.
Citil and Mining
mxaiNasizis.
Nt *O. *. Burc*4t a kuldlnf,]
<*•»■ A WaaM»|taa Mmia,
I SwaitUe, Wah. Tacriarj.
c<«l aad ftkcr artaarat laada Mi a>ts«a wmt
*«v*d. n*aiß«l. and rrporUd im. Flaaa and
Mttmataa for a.iatat uapt maaaaw fnratatrj
*p«-ial uuatiM civa« to Saatd aarrtya. and to tfca
i.« a»;.«a it city lota aad Mocka. Maoa and In*-
i**a r>*« teat a3ty nrtl#d Wcr n tfa
SAMUEL KENNCY,
Xtrrkaat Tailor
Saa .-704 ft+tr+d a w« ltd cbelm
STOCK OF GOODS
far aad waar.
FASHIONABLE SUITS
Mada to aadvr.
r«aam>al tlmf, Vrattl* V. T.
MI3CILLASEOCB.
jjpCD
gTs
FIXTURES
HTEAM AND
BRASS GOODS, &C.
I P. ANDREWS ft CO.
HOUSE FURNISHING
HARDWARE
All work pertaining to the business
dot* at short notion, and in a
Workman-like Manner.
loiiaacui ITUIT, «rrwmm WAMHS«TI>* A*l>
MAI*.
SEATTLE, W. T. ml3-3m
FEED MLS!
Th« Stella tri>m Wooden Bowls maka the beat
Wmi Tr\ tt|(h# fur bum or cattle «v«x u*«l.
PRICK $1.50 PER DOZEN.
• # - m ~ —
Afflr at the Woodea F»< torr
— ~ ■ -'ii -rferrfi* —.
FOR"
Hardware
ASD
Ifflianifs' Tools,
Of all (TO t<>
WUSTHOFF ft WILD
Country trad* aulirited.» FR>*T 9TRECT\
f. O. Boi M. ( MUli, W. T.
WANTED
ACM* BAVTNAkF.It.
CM DQ4i# W«r*lfc. Uof MnJ} >;*} iU.
en ktTt mpicTni«)t f r •"'»* tiro* it tL» I'. rt
Tomwul 8b« W rr
EsMjuit* H
JOHN FITZPATKICK,
Pv>*T TUWXSCfD.
;«»•»<&. im
ADELPHI SALOON.
PZNZI
WIXES, LIQUORS, and
OZOARS,
VWteITK YK*LERS HALL
•wtf*.«. T.
i * A!n>nt»ov.
A ftr«« lows
MISCELLANEOUS
MOORE & CO.
iu
Fifnh and Halted
MEATS
sud a general aanortmeut of
*• « e erl
Abo, Um bat brands of
CIGARS AND TOBACCOS.
Corner of Third k Unioa Btr®?W. Be*tt!a.
WORK OXEN
Good and well-broke Oxen
■«.
At Smith's Cove, three miles
below Seattle.
A GOOD STRONG WAGON
wanted in exchange for well
broke Oxen. Enquire at the
abovenamed place, or at this
Office. m2otf
SEAT T L E
BROOM FACTOR!
ISAAC (MBEB& Proprietor
CHERRY STREET, near Second, SEATTLE.
o "*"
Bmoma constantly oo hud to meet tbe
rf«inir*»#ou of the trad#, end bromiii made to
to suit ptuvhsaers.
Tbre* descriptions of broom* are made, which
an» (qui to the Unt of the Uwb Imported, and
which will h* sold by wboleealn at Han Francisco
prices, and by retail at Seattle prices.
Also. WISPS AXD CHILDREN'S BROOMS.
Brooms dsliTfrxd to any part of the city wilh.
out additional charge.
«T Aak your (tr >cer for the Seattle Broom.
Seattle. April Is. IST*.
I Yc Strangers
and all who feel weak and
want to be restored !
KNOW YE!
That yon can have your spir
its resuscitated, and the inner
man satisfied, by calling at
the
ntiT am mmtiTiiii
WII KMC
StealLS, Oliops,
And all th«' ddllctrlN of (be —mob in mud in
tbe W*t New York style.
■ €•«» Cream
bv the Glass, and supplied to Parties
Met aeut iu quantities to anv place
wbffe the* i» rteaiu com niun Nation.
ftrwl Cm#m,
Constantly on hud.
den on the ihorVirt notlrr, fill
Partite aappl led. w*r
Mi; l.'ith, 1876.
Dolly Varden
Stj ¥ qp,
hjlx<OOlV 9
Front Btreet, near the Pavilion,
SEATTLE, W. T.
At the DOLLT VAKDEJf—
WISES,
LIQUORS,
UK Ml, AND
cm a its
®f the BEST QU \LITT, will »! W*T» be *n*d to
<wa r*»t. mrr».
OTTER'S OLD BOIRBON
W H l «K K W *
- AKD THE -
wr dsns IN fiiimi
ARE THE SPECIALTIES AT THIS HOt'SE
Smith k Jewptt,
n74f hcprt»tor»
THE
ALHAMBRA SALOON
R. PRICHARD, Proprietor.
Stfr-rea*? to »'B. Kelvin.
Mill St. opposite the Post Office,
SEATTLE.
Wine®,
Olcars, ©to.
of the best quality constantly
on hand. ml 3
Seattle Planing Mills
«. W. fTKTSOX. Mauger.
SASH, DOORS
BLINDS, FRAMES. SHATTERS. AND WOOD FINISH
of every description.
SEASONED LUMBER OF ALL KIN
FEED GROUND
At our GRIST MILL, at Reasonable Rates*
9mm#.W. T, W », w*.
BOOK & STATIONERY STORE
JOHN L. JAMIESON
(Nntdoor toSohombMlMr Bra. *Co.)
COMMERCIAL STREET, SEATTLE, W. T.
SCHOOL AND MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS
STATIONERY, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, ALBUMS
nnct JTaiteyr OoodM*
TJIK CHOICEST CIQARB AND TOBACCOS.
Subscriptions solicited for S. F. and Eastern Periodicals.
'WHINES
i
Wholsssle sad Brtall Dealer la
CHOICE
Groceries,
Provisions
Hardware,
. *•
smt ®eaw,
j CROCKERY,
GLASSWARE,
FLOUR, FEED, ETC.
Imported and California
-wmr ime m 9
Foreign and Domestic
Liquors, etc., etc.
ALSO:..
Sole Proprietor of tho fl lowing
well-known Brandt of Cigar*
" Foster,"
"utoe
■ *■* -
l&rAll Goods guaranteed
as represented.
\ I
j
I
I
OiP"O..»U delivered to the City free of charge.
Commercial Street, Seattle, W. T.
.SEATTLE BAKERY
AHD
PROVISION STORE
Mill Ntreet. tosltle. W. T.
L. REInIg, Prop'r,
MAXCFAOTC*E»
Bread, Cakes aiul Pastry j
OP ALL KISD* !
I> *ls in GRAIN. FLOUR. GROCB- j
KI» and PROVISIONS, of the beet
quality. Receive* OREGON PRODUCE
by every steamer. Keep* FRUITS,
PASTRIES. CANDIES and CONFEC
TIONERIES, prepared in the neat
est style.
Also. TOBACCO and CIGARS.
t3T Prices moderate. Articles deli*
ered at private houses in Seattle.
• • Orders filled to all part* of th* I
Bound. *2°
MISCELLANEOUS
THOMAS JACKSON,
WJtor proprietor of the old Blakely Hole
J* kM BioTttl to Ihli city, ml hM opntn
WM Old
UNITED STATES
HOTEL
A* •
First - Class Saloon
BOARIIM HO
THOU. JACKSON, Proprietor.
•mm. Aptuu MM.
T~'"irrinpMT-irr-'i"agariMß
PONY SALOoI
*eptby
BEN MURPHY ■
Corner Gtmmmlil tod M»l» street.
tketT. *. Hotel.
T*W to the plsre to rlalt to haw the fIS
* mm replenished.
Cigar*, Tobacco, Wine*, and Lujm
AJwsjre on hand.
HesMts. W. T., Marrh M. 1«».
DANCING BCHOOLJ
aturday Evening .Sb/rflj
Under management of
Prof*. Brotherhood SteineM
HEINIOF'S HAIJK
Clinet for minora, Tuesdays and (■
days. Ad alia—Mondays and Tbfiiß
day*. Soireee—Saturday evening**-'*
Families taken at reduced rates. |^||
Music furnished for any and all
sions, at reasonable rates. „
rmrmmma
AVI R ILL
PAINT "
The best
MIXED PAIVTS l> iM
#|
in all
I
II
Color* «*? Sliadeg
_ w
Thle Pelnt U prepared la ll'iald f- rm, ready ft*
use -rrq-tlrlnie D'< farther kddHiou t <>( l or«;4a»
Its. It i« of Purs White, end of any shede or m
or ••
It Is oonpciaad of the uest materials known to
Uasw< Ml, Wrlrtly Pup
Wkltr krsd. Par* «tar, end lb* i»«»»»t «fc
firing matter prvrarabl# for tinitb*. vmrb by
pecnilarproeeMof zu**«fertt«re. ere thrown'
united tUt they ruiL'jt separate. Henre. it «
oarer chalk, mek "* peal t*, J*»ee no« ma ft++
seams or net i hrdee sad f< r tulllan y of r> !«
sad beauty of finteh U is attbupt » neel.
Pnt up tb i|. H. 1. i, 3. 4 4n4 l gallon
Sfa, sod In barrel*.
For sale in Quantities to snif
W. A. JENNINGS
SKA TTLB.
Afffnt for Pni'pt Soun«.
NO. 16.
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