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THE DAILY INTELLIGENCER.
VOL. 1.
PROFESSION A I. CAIWS
n r. * t-
DENNISON & BLAKCHARO,
ATTORNEYS-AT-I.AW AND
Prorton lit Admiralty.
•« t-n T w»l.sr,i? *' '*rr-
fci *
+rj.
D P. JENKINS,
SEATTLE, W T ,
.1 TIOUSKY A 7 /1 « >'//. /' ITOli
IX CD AS* 'Kit Y, AM) l'UO< T'Ut
/V ADMIRALTY. *nh2l
DENTISTRY.
i « mrttm Mfiw^
4QS '
l.i
HENRY E. HATHAWAY,
coi.u.< i< >i:.
I >ARTI<M iJUt ATO.VrioS ,»IVI v J " "I-
I Uc*uO«f 'VIA* T.i~ !r S d »>•
U*Bt* fr* nf
<MR. * with w M Tolifc. Af n<}» l*«
W. T
OK. HALCO* HOITBAX,
Pfeysician, Sorgeoa anil Acconchenr
(tftirf at rrtidrft't on < Urrry Stn
ttfftH F,<jut <u,.l
SKATTLK, W. T.
'» « Hum.
SlcNAKiin iV IIAIJiKK*
Attorneys & Cflnnsellors at L^w,
PORT lOWHBEHD, W T
W. It ANDHKNVS.
ATTORN EV-AT-LAW,
Will |»r»» tl<-« 111 «1! ths CjurU <f Ke«-' rtl tn th»
T*rrtU<ry
orre a i« aeri.*a'« at ua»i*«», <>rro*iT* o< • 1
inarti. »*4Tri-*. ». T.
D. S. SMITH,
V. H. Commiwiioner, Jusliri» of
the IVticeand Notary I'uliHr.
r<j||»rtt<>ua iMftdr-in all sums und'-r f loft
t»rt-t* •inl >thrr |)i|>»n <lr»» u »>; ! \ ln<?wl
ed|(lll> Ills It KfUl'l 111 HIT!"
Orriea -4\>ru»r •«/ Third nut a «tr< <l* 'l~-
luh
DR. FRED. W. SPARLING.
(Late cf the U- $. Amiy
f»i* iticu.r [a Hi'Ku f:o.r.
OmcKOM OOMMKMI'UI HTHrJTT, 3
MOUTH or UIT* MOHTITAI..
mm io .m b-j*
tO/k J. S. MAGGS,
Dentist,
OKPICK. Ml LI. STRKKT,
•»« Hs'l'll* •ml llari»»es hi<.ro, K\st" o> ot'
CIUKNTAL HOTEI..
C M. BRADSHAW,
Attorney
li» 0R T TOWN S K Nil, W. r
afoaa J. MoiltLva*. Turn Hi mi
KrUIIARV k R1 IKE,
ATTORN KYS-AT-I. A W,
UK ATTLK, H*. 7.,
WW alt*b4 to l>tt»iu«"«» In alt |>arl* >f tb« X- r
rth-ry,
Q. M .MeOmi »»»* i r ii h*b»<»ri>
11l inwi '
8d Dtatrtrt. W T. )
M'CONAHA X HANFORD.
41 f ortiry «*. at . fir . Sot ir it or*
tn ItUtHfery mnW Prorlor*
<n Jifmiidlly.
Orn<ie Counuereutl Htr.ot. corner
Washington. Seattle, W, T
DRS. A. I H. B. BAGLEY.
iiomaropal hint #,
SEATTLE, W. T
OR H V lUOI.KY. I \Tr I'Kor* >H»tK or
Frttirkplr* and lTa>-tie» * irgvr) iu »?>«•
Michigan v'atttrai Mnllt'tl CV!!ejt««, will ak«"
OfMeativa HHrw-ry ati<l 1 1 i»• ** •!*- tai
t*. aii.l will altriul to tail* m an? \ *rt • f
KiUlid. dl'J
DR.G. A. WEED,
SI'KIiKOS AND PHYSICIAN.
RKATrLK. w. r
j in»» m> Nit -<■; lonUai
MeNAUOHT & LEAItV,
A rrORSKY »S 'AT' LA H\ SOUCI
TOUS is CHA SCKH )', .f VROC
TOUXtN ADMIRALT).
Will j«ra»ai«-a iu ,ll># Duir*. t * ;**>
Oourto.
Mr. Lmm>7 wilt |tn ai<r,->al titraii ■« ».> O '
lat-Uoee. (Yamiuiln«i,l> al»- Ui ihf i?un!»•"
•Dd aal* of Itoal K»UI>
ieiy tIU. lit?.
DK. JOII> HAkKit.
ram'M.r * si m >:«».«*.
WEHinrHO* Tblri a» l ■*;
Cri r tin
lUxa bw4»i.4
AR.Ia.V.CALHOI
•oatUo, "W. T.
#flk« th imum* it On t
BOARD A N't) Tt'ITION
caa ka ot>Uib*d fur
Two Young LndifH
vtoktsf . u«a:u. Uoc la
FRick,eni3, & Eailish Stall es
A»»riT «• MRa r.rrrr^prßrt
CHANGE.
TV. i < n ■!. »ii'-n the morn ui iigbte-it,
\' \ tV- r * « t; w brightest,
! § * hour wi'l stay
Tempeat lou-i
And thunW c" njd
< i?i th«- >umru**r d*y
I>-> m ti■■■'. wb u th«* Winter's torrent*
-w< i ♦h u>l«ty rn i:.tain < urr<»ot*.
That t>i» «ki-<» w ! l©w« r f-rr aye—
stormy »h »wert
llrirsg «*«-«♦ *t flower*.
An \ * *n aj I tm le th»* rasn away
St, when h: .* !\rk itil gloaming.
Or ■* u j v « lirigb' y bloom log.
!Ia» i r f.-tr a lotig d*'lay
or «»gb,
Tbi h -itm grt by,
Ar»d <**'U will Ifjt thy life away *
Tbt-n frsr not thou the darkest hours,
\ r «par<- to the iweetrrat f!ow»-r«,
N r t b-- I*r,i*L, nor dr«-*-l tl»« fray—
' »r lo»t or won,
L»f- aoon i* done,
\t ; «ii» *i• Ii- 'Uwn of a r «!*y
A STREET-CAB DRIVER'S
LITTLE ROMANCE.
1 ii« driv-r of a downward-lKxmd
»' i ■ ••{ tar on a weilt rn avenue, ft night
or »wo ;> ;o, chatted with u pretty
vn .uftn * *'«; t next to on# of the front
Wiinlowi ' That i« hi* wife," aatd the
conductor * and *iii ri }»• with htm ft
littio w*y nearly every night." At
Tw' nty-thtrd ttrc-t tb« woman left the
ear. "Y< » " -aid the street-ear Jehu,
uiedita?iv> !y. taking a ch»»v\ of tobacco,
*h» s .v pretty I wife, l>ett«r titan
the m >s\ of 'em, I gu# though if I
wit Vitii, ymiij{ tuan. I wouldn t never
jri'f iuarri> 1 I married f>r money, afi-1
did win- We ham t < {her of us got
•ny, <0 we have t • inak> it up in love.
Oti, hi 11, there ain't much of a story
about it," he addded ft* he M Tewed Up
t!■« hri tk t«> let 1 lady »tep aloard, "but
it'* kinder funny. My old man wa% a
po!ic« r.a,<t am It v.a* during, those
tim- « that the A«« iuuly Cointnittiu on
Crime tn d laat fall, ami I *'po«e
he had pii'iitv i>f 1 hanc< sto coin money.
1 wan < ourtin' i v wii then, and she
thou'd.t tl. it thi- <>ld mm wa* coinin'
nioiii v, t.ii We liviil in West rniity
fourth »(ret t. in a tiie«* looking hou>e,
and »'i<- livtd in \\ < Twentieth street
Her I ith**r wa-> iu the dry g«i»W Uni
ne-—, their 1 ju-e was (tit niched right
smut. ;u,d, wuetl occasionally I t<x>k
dinner wrh her there wan a tine lay
out on the table c'Twa* natural for me
to imagine that In r old man «ai well
fijM»d, and, a-» Li \ thut'a her n i:ue—
wft« 1 pn tty girl. 1 popped the
quest ton She put in- off ft day or two,
wont up and callud on my »i»tM, saw
the *t y!« we |iv«d in ami aeoeptcd me
\\ e had a high old we< idtng. Went
down to I,otig Ilr.tnch and Philadelphia
for a week on a wedding tour, and came
bit* kto New York IJwas earning s'2.*>
a we»-k, mid we boatded on Forty-first
•trei t You can f»» t I didn't have much
of a salary left nft« r Saturday night. Wnt
I thought after a time *h« would have
lome fund# coming in. She thought
my old man would help me along, *0
•he invested my fi nd* pretty liU.Tidly
in 1 lot lies (>!, i evening 1 came from the
store and I I und Lucy c rying. She
s-inl her father hid failed, e aildn't pay
Itts groei ry lulls. and that her folk*
v» uld have to Itjvi'thc furnished house
the\ had rented. You'd Im tt»»r bwlicve
it -hock uie up alx>ut as much a* it did
h««r. but I didu t -a\ anything. I just
1 mf- rt«d In r a iat and i« s«.|\i»d to save
toiueiliii.g out of my -alar}. Soon
atuirw ird* my o!<l man got Umnced
l«- some new (\umuissiouers, and Lucy
» on learned that he wasn't worth a
red She was inclined to a
little, and I viw through tho whole bu«-
ittcM f«>r the tir»t time 1 hud married
her f>r money, and ditto »ho. Neither
of us had and right on top of our
ui is fort 11 net I ieit my place. Thing*
w i« get tin' ri<jht - -rious and there wai
a pronpect ot an additioti to the family.
I t'w w around and got a pi act* at driver
on the line. We removed out of Forty
fir «f stifet into Twonty-tecotid, near the
river, and the ba by wl* born. Then
Lticv and iitc talked ot«r the whole
i d »t tt i* to li*#
ch< t|> and no? autn anything from
iHir in in, ami l iu il*rn«l if I don't
think ahe lovre m*» r now th:»n be
}.>re we m«rrii><| Here we ere At City
II all. «ir." AVw ) rk H >rui.
A HISTORICAL QUARREL.
Out* cf tbe u»o>t amusing of th« con
gr» KjuiiM'lMt *s« !niwern t«t»
Ktrt tl> mm who wrre ricitwl l>y
/*trot*u lritsk J«tf<frv>n iHvu ami
Hcnrv s. l li»y *i r» fitting in
• r ><>ui ttlior at Will r V*. in I S 4 S .
•n«l got it.t«> a Ji«ouv-u>n n»er * letter
u ritt'i'bj On Uvl, r. :i. 11 •c tndi
dato f.»r th<» Prrtidwiry Out* word
bro; Jjht en anothe r,«nd n the "jiravf
and r> v, rrti ! " •*•(-.» tors »« re striking
f* tn th» »h» u! l« r at « a h i tber. Tb#
i Ivc- uf Iho i :.o unter Iroe.ght nngh-
U>r» •» inmate■« f tho !h>tel into the
r«* u a- I ih<- o»<tsd»*? »nt* H*re
t« t. and *«me e:,tr» ity, ab<K»k
hai ; * and «».»•'• fru !•>
" K'*a!:v.' * *ld Mr F»*>te. «• I ahotl'd
not tsave i t a thing a#
atriksng Mr. l»a\i* tf li« ha*l r<d
the fir»t M >«
"Ar* vou t mi«t*k**ii«.i aJx>ut
that .-' urg«d Mr. lU\ia aj . tieally
" Indt. d I am not " r the i»-
tUIMH Mr. Pi«olo
"It is ns\ iu)|>rv«* o yo*i »tr?;ck uie
tir;«t jtle.tde i Mr l*avn
** Oh. no * It ** » y
" No, it wa« y.-u
"Hut Mr I» * 11! «»« .<r *a»
you."
'* And 1, M Foote, would it
wun'l"
** Yvmi did »trik<e tne
" I did n> t strike you ftr»t *
- Yvhi did •"
•* I dtdti t r
" Vou dnl, I aay 1"
" I »my. 1 d»du t r
" Well," rvciaiuitd Mr. Foote, th. re
♦ han't hr a- v diapofe a- to wh-i *traek
SEATTLE, WASHINGTON TERRITORY, FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1576.
tU f:r»*. time.** and, Uhe »p:ke, he
dealt Mr Davis a stinging blow on the
cb««k. The a«tom»hcQ friend* sprang
[jctwfn tk« two gent'emen and pre
vrutod fartlicr t* atilitiea Pledges
wore etM-tod fraea all present to denv
there had b*ec any "unpleasant nom ;'
but I have the abo*« from food South
ern a»i bority, aa iho oocameSMMcaecrt of ft
f«?u i was r>"t yet eettled. W<uAtnft<M
( "hfVtUtl*.
DoWS HiLL—How THEY CiUVOI
I* Waswi*oto*.—l eaw Genera) Bel
knap in the teiU before it retired ft ?
private mrdrtaUone. ami thought hits
greatly changed Ha if far from being
emaciated or looking haggard. but ha»
that l<iok of tension an 1 labbinese that
bears euual n itocM to mental wear and
tear Unfortunately Cor himeelf, he
hae been a handsome man (It i> eery
baid for a pretty mao to get oo MM
tingled in tkrewortdi; bat in the storm
of the lost few sreek* that beauty has
vanished. The bright ootor, thognkien
locks, the important part, are all alike
bleached out. His heir is rapidly turn
ing. Lis eves are besjgy and overhang,
an<) his skin t* gray A gray look like
blight envelope the man. I hart teen
it coma over more than oae in this city
witluu the la«t few years. It is the
I'wk that turmd Schuyler Colfax into
parchment in the Credat Mobilter days;
t hat came over the face of Oak we Ames.
The whole story of the change in Bel
li nap's fortunee merited told in the fly
ing hack that paused ae this morning
on its way to the Capitol and impeach
ment. In it sat Belknap, smokiug a
cigar, surrounded by his lawyers. It
ws« a ragged looking vehicle with an
unkempt driver, and bore as little re
•emblance to the stately coach of the
War Deportment, devotod to its Secre
tary, as the distraught looking man in
side bor« to the lemon-gloved gentle
man fitting up in self-conscious state
heiide a handsome woman driving
through West End.— Mary Clctnnxr in
Ct ii cin nnti ('om uurt nil
MISCKLLA NKOUS
PHOTOGRAPHY
R. H. CARDWELL,
f Aacc«aw>r tu)
(JKOROE MOCSRE.
Mull* at rmni oa lb* upper ftoor of tki
HKATTLK MAHKRT Bt ILIUNO. ran* Com
ru«-n ial aad WaatUoftut) *tr*«ta.
THE BEST OF WORK
DONE IN THIS GALLKRY
and
S A TIS FA CTION «UA RA N SEED.
Si-atttr.Majr «.»h, IrtTfi
IMPQHTAMT AIIBDICEMEIT!
ftRKAT CLEARING OUT OF
DRY GOODS
AND
Clothing
AT
FRAUENTHAL BROS
MILL S I'HKK T, SUA TTI.K
Mabin« arrantfa'itaota fw the removal to nor
llrik Htorr now being ecvrtad, wa niter th» antlra
•t -» k "f ifOHIS ll CO#I.
AamMßta and odd Into kiM nook txdow c<wt.
Thr »i.«-k ii t > any It tlM<lty. «w
--aittin4 of
I>rv Goods. Clothing,
Roots, Shoes, llats.
Blankets, Carpets, Ac.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
FR AUKNTHAL BROS
EISTWICK. MORRIS 1 CO.
Civil fti)d Mining
BN OI N JEJ SIRS.
R'woi *9 f •nnwtta Bul.Uug
4 Mr t mium,irlal 4t W Mntli.
Waat. .
«\wl tad of !.rr a ta»ral tasda and blcm
»"«! *vau»iu«*l. u»l r*fuM Flab* »n<l
*»!ui-.atra f r ft.tanm ;u.pr< tmt«uU f*ra;»h»<l
«*}« <a; *tt*otloc fir mo to laad aur»»ya,acJ totba
o >f city lota aad kiocfca. My aaJ drav
in r* wvfcaawwUy n»c«h<d W«». is ir?S.
SAMUEL KENNEY,
Jferehant Tailor
Baa )mI wonwj a at* and iloMa
STOCK OF GOODS
TJT ftpria« aed 9wi mmm mmr.
FASHIONABLE SUITS
Mate to ardar.
faaaaamlal Mtrr«l, ••atllr W T
MISCELLANEOUS.
ANDREWS&CO
Til
FIXTURES
STEAM AND «»AM
I''' i • • i ■■
BRASS GOODS, &C.
i P. ANDREWS A CO.
STOVES, TIN WAKE.
HOUSE FURNISHING
HARDWARE
All work pertaining to the businoM
duu« at short notice, and in a
Workman-like Manner.
oomfSßi ul rrw.Br, irrviri waahi!*uto* ami*
mm.
SEATTLE. W. T. ml 3-3 m
FEED BOWLS!
Tbf Sheila from Wooden Row}* mikt the bf«t
Feed Tn>a#h» fur boraes or cattle ever u«ed.
PRICK $1.50 PER DOZEN.
Ap|>lr at the Wooden Bowl Factory
FOR
Hardware
4\n
Mfflianifs' Tools,
Of all kiiuU, »'o U
WUSTHOFFI WALD
Country trad* • 1 fTt««VT STUEET
r. O. Box a. ) battle. W. T.
WANTED
.4 COOt ROOTMtkKR.
HV< <mo n.»k* »ew*.! w. rk If ft rteadj h*l it».
ean tava eaipU yrueat t r »,>o» tint* •* th' !• rt
Vrarewtx! Bb«* Wore
Ea<ltar< ot
JOHN FITZPATKICK,
PORT TVWVSEXI),
JCM (th. ItfT*
ADELPHI SALOON.
FXMXI
WINES, LIQUORS, and
OIOAH.S,
OPPOSITE YESLKKS HALL.
Settle. W T.
1 9 iSMEv V
„ Ht ht lomr
MISCELLANEOUS
MOORE & CO.
lealers in
and Salted
MEATS
I
and a g>-m-ral a-jo'tment of
C»r
Al*o, the be«t l«*ands of
CIGARS AN'I) TOBAt'COS.
Comer of Third & Unioi Stre.ts, Seattle.
WORK OXEN
fiootl an<l well-broke Oxen
■ m M . -m. ju mxi
At Smith's Cove, three miles
below Seattle.
j A GOOD STRONG WAGON
I wanted in exchange for well
broke Oxen. Enquire at the
1 abovenamed place, or at this
Office. m2otf
SEAT T L K
BROOM FACTORV
| ISAAC CHILBERG. Proprietor
CHERRY STREET, near Second. SEATTLE.
__o—
Brooms kept constantly on band to meet the
rfiuireiuenta of the tml«, ud brvoius made U>
order to suit purvljawrn.
Three descriptions of brooms are made. m hich
are equal to tb«be»tof the kinds Imported, and
which will Im» ifc'lil by wholesale at San Erat>cisco
| 1 rices, and by r» tail at Seattle f>rlo««.
Alao. WISP* ANI» CHILI I It KVS BROOMS,
i Brooms delivered to any j>art <»f tlio city with
! out additional charge.
Aak your grocer for the SeattU Broom.
S*attl<<, April 15.1#76.
! Ye Strangers
j and all who feel weak and
I want to be restored !
KNOIV YE!
I That you can have your spir-
I its resuscitated, aud the inner
man satisfied, bv calling at
the
rn am mnini
WIIEHE
StoalaLS, Cliops,
And all thcddllririri of the season are nerval in
the bent New York stylo.
■ «•€» t'renm
, by the (flans, ami supplied to Parties
| ami sent in quantities to any place
j wht-re there is stvatu communication.
o
Fnsh Madr Candies,
And an A»i .rtment of
FINE CAKES
Constantly on hand. Wddiiitf CakeH tuad* to <>r
demon the sh >rtest notice. Rail Snpi>ers and
Psrtie* stipplied.
May lJth, lfCe.
s>o!!y Varden
¥ V
mj. 9
\ I
Front Street, near the Pavilion,
BEATTIJ!. W. T.
At the DOLLT TARI'EN
« !\ES,
LIQUORS,
ItKEli, AND
Vld AltS
•f the BEST QUALITY. will alwajs be »er*ed to
on* mston.*rs
fITTERS OLD BOM
! W ■■ l «K K W S
AXt> THE
BEST CIGARS IN SEATTLE
ARK THE SPECIALTIES AT THIS HOI SE
Smith K Jewett,
nT-tf Proprietor*,
rp-pqp-p
ALHAMBRA SALOON
R. PRICKARD, Proprietor.
Socvwi*- r to Win. M»ivi*
Mill St. opposite the Post Office,
SEATTLE.
Wines,
Xilquors,
Cigars, oto.
of the beat quality constantly
i on hand. ml 3
MISCELLANEOUS
Crawford &Harrington
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS
SEATTLE, W, X.,
Have on hand a large and well assorted »tock of goods* in
their line, consisting of Foreign and Domestic
Hardware and Cutlery,
Iron and Steel, aborted.
Blacksmith and Carpenter Tttb,
and Xiniag
Crockery and G lan* ware. Paints ALOUA
Hemp and Manilla Cordage, Groceries and Provisions, Wines,
Liquors. Etc.
AGENTS FOE THE
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF LONDON, AC.
UT TALBOT COAL, FOR CITY TRADE, FOR BALE FROM WHARF
CRAWFORD & HARRIGTON.
SEATTLE, W. T., July Ist, 1873.
8. W. nOVEY. W. W. BARKER
HOVEY & BARKER,
DEALERS [N
General Merchandise,
CORNER OF COMMERCIAL AND MILL STREETS,
OTATTLB, "W. T.
All Ooods At till* UlstAtol I»h menl
aro of first rate Quality,
AND WILL HE SOLD AS LOW AS AT ANT OTHER HOUSE
IN THE CITI.
tslf Goods delivered to any part of the Citjr fret* of charge, apKMf
Wiisthoff' & Wald,
™LDING*H ARDWAITET*
Ship, House Carpenters, Machinists, Blaoksmiths, and o'her
MECHANICS' TOOLS A SPECIALTY
Seattle Planing Mills
€>. W. STKTMOX, Naugrr.
SASH, DOORS
BLINDS, FRAMES, SHUTTERS, AND WOOD FINISH
of every description.
SEASONED LUMBER OF ALL KINDS CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
FEED GROUND
At our GRIST MILL, at Reasonable Rates.
Settle, W T.. F' b. 19, 1<«.
J. F. JHORRIL.L,,
Druggist & Apothecary,
WkolenaU a Hd Reimil.
JL4> Commercial Street, Seattle, W.T.
IF
SION--CITY DZIUO STORE
S'UriCE&M &
lvlert in
eiicmcKVU m.nr»
\
Gents' Furnishing Goods
NO. 17.

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