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THE WEEKLY IMTEIXIttEIfEE
TMt old sad popular frontal of WmUtb W«fc
ia(toe. with tb* UrgMt '-trraUUoa of amy Paper
ia tIM Territory. Saturday
nwolDi Tartan: Tare* Mian per mm!
SUM, la adraara ; otfccrvtae, 94.ee.
■P. H. C. VABt I* aw 4aJy aatkorUa*
AfialleritaßAlLT IVTELUeKII ES.
wftb wfcess may b• a»a4* t<m t«s
4eUnry wiikw ia tlw city aad at eai tat
Fart* areeai tba Sob a*, ml to »Vm pmyn.*nta.
oa Movant of aafaacnptlaaa tbarrto. may to
Saturday, June Si 1878.
TO SSASTLS AJn> WALLA WALU
BAILBOAB I* OOVOBSSS
A private letter published in the
Olympian affords the encouraging
information that there ia now a proa
pact of getting the land-grant en
dowment that was originally confer*
red upon the Northern Pacific Com
pany for their Branch across the Cas
cades, transferred to the Seattle and
Walla Walla Company. A bill to
effect this result has lately been in
troduced in the Lower House of
Cod great and duly referred to a com* I
mittee who are said to be disposed
to report favorably upon it.
Though there ia some uncertainty
about the passage of such a measure
in behalf of a Territory, considering
the well-known attitude of the pres
ent House upon the question of sub
sidies, yet its introduction and dis
cussion, at least, will be af advan
tage. At any rata it is somewhat
doubtful whether these lands will be
allowed to revert back for private oc
cupancy under the Homestead and
Preemption laws, which next to their
transfer in aid of our railroad would
be the best disposition that could be
■ade of them as regards the inter
ests of the Territory. An attempt
has been made to have them be
stowed upon the Portland, Dalles
and Salt Lake Railroad, and efforts
will probably be made by the Nor
thern Pacific management to retain
at least a part of them under some
pretext or other. Yet if the original
grant can be justified, the transfer
of this part of it to our company, in
view of the default of the Northern
of the road, cannot now be reasona
The ultimate sucoess of the Seattle
and Walla Walla road is not depen
dent upon the receipt of any Govern
ment subsidy. The commercial re*
quirements of the country will insure
its completion some time; but a lit
tle aid of this kind from the Gov
ernment, extended now would insure
its immediate and rapid prosecution
beyond the limits now under con
tract, and advance the Territory on
the high-road of prosperity more ef
fectually than any other measure
that could be devised.
SAX PKAWCISOO, June 21.—Sailed,
Henry Buck, Victoria and Port Town
send; bark Knooh Talbot, Seattle.
San PXAXCISCO, June 22.— At 3:2 D
thie morning O'Lsary threw up the
epilogs; for the time being his physi
cian forbidding him to walk longer.
Ha had been bleeding at the nose al
most constantly. At the tisseof leav
ing off he had made 217 miles, and
will re-appear to-morrow evening if
able. The amateurs continue their
tramp, and at noon had completed Sl6
■diss. To keep up the in tercet during
O'Lsary's absence two amateurs of the
Ulympia Club at noon started on a race
of 150 miles for SIOO and a gold modal.
SAW PXAXCISCO, Juae 22.— The
walking match came to an .inglorious
cad this evening. O'Lsary left the
track this morning by the advice of his
physieian. That caussd the intereet to
leg, although the ameteure kept up
the tramp during the day; but this
•veiling the gentleman who came out
at 8 o'clok found an army of empty
benches to welcome hie oatranoc. After
walking two miles, he retired in digest
The amateure did their beet and in
six hours rolled up a ecore of 351 milee,
each one of which wae repreeeutod by a
blieter. The expenses of ths entertain
ment have probably far exceeded the
(pie money and, the pnWctriaus have
their labor for their pains.
A large quentity of coal on the l'eci
ic Mail Steamship Company's dock
was attachsd yesterday, at the instance
of H. B. Berry man. in an action egaiaet
the Company for $109,00t, alleged to be
doe him on a breach of coal contract,
running ow a term of five y«ars.
SAX DULOO, June 22.— The barken
tine Fremont, tweaty days from Teco
ma, arrived night before last On
her trip down her first mete, Mr. But
ler, fsll overboard and was lost
SAX PXAXCISCO, June 22.— A dis
patch received from Senator Roach,
dated it Alfatsj, New York, yntwdij,
lUUa that bo had interviewed Oar.
Tilden and iipr»wd him favorably
with his tmwi oo the Chinee* question
The f iorttraor is a stroog opponent of
Chineee immigration. Roach *!*> in
ter*i«wed Mas too Marble and the
editor of the Albany Argut. The
Senator ha* drafted a strong anti-Chi
nea* plank for the St. Lottie convention*
which will obtain the top port of theee
SAM Faascisco, Jane M.—Arrived
—Ship Grace Darling. Tacoma; *tr
Km pi re Coat Bay; schr B. H. Hamsdell,
Port Orford; bark Jamee Cheeton. Port
Gamble; bkta Malay, Neweaetle; ship
Howden, Calcutta. ISI days.
Sailed—Bk Adelaide Cooper. Port
Ludlow; schr Ootama, Co»a Bay.
Yirnomu, Juaa 22.—8. P. Hill,
Weetern Uaion Telegraph operator at
Silver City, Nevada, committed suicide
this morning by taking poison. He
leaves a wife and child.
WaskuTOTOV, Jane 21.—The chair
laid before the Senate a atessege from
the Preeident in regard to the caes of
Winslow, which was read in the House
yseterday, ordered printed, and referred
to the Cosaaittee oa Foreign Relations.
Allison reported back House bill to
transfer the ollee of Indian Affairs from
the Interior to the War Departmeat,
aad reoemmeaded thai it be poetpooed
until the firet Thursday after the first
Monday in December next.
Ingalls asked that it be laid on the
table. So ordered.
Bxsooa, Maine, June 22 —The Re
publican State Convention met here to
day and heartily applauded ea-speaker
Blaine, the followiog resolution* were
lUtohed, Ia view of the probable
vacancy in the United States Senate
from Maine, thie convention ree
pecfully reoommende the appointment
of Jamas G. Blaine to fill the vacaocy.
A message wae read from Blaine
saying every effort muet be made to give
Conner a magnanimous old fashioned
majority in September. Maine must
pave the way for the trinmphaat elec
tion of Hayes sod Wheeler, Jamee
Coaner wae renominated by aoolima
tion. W. W. Thomae and H. T.
Farrell were neminsted Preeedintial
eleotore at largs. Reeolutioas were
adopted aooepting the Cincinnati oan
didatee and platform, and thanking
the Republicans of other Statee for
their enthusiastic support ef Blaine and
raaffrming adherency to prohibition.
Naw Yoax, June 22. Plymouth
church yeeterday fixed the salary of
Beecher at $20,000 annually.
of the Second Congressional district of
Kernels yesterday nominated D. C. Has
kell for Congree*.
Clkvklaxd, June 22. W. M. Adin,
who killed his wife, Ktep-daugbter and
Miss Benton last December, was hanged
to-day. He maintained to the last that
the deed was aot premeditated.
Lowell, Mass, June 22.—At a meet
ing at the Second Advent church last
oight Mr*. M. R. Petty place, wife of
the pastor, presented charges of adultery
and base-lying against her husbead.
A committee waited on the accused who
confessed the truth ofthe charge*. To
day he reeigned his pa*U>rate.
HraiKoruiLO, June 22 —The I)tmo
cratic State Convention met at noon to
day. District* ware called in their or
der, end the Tiriottii committees an
nounced, after which a recess vu taken
until 9 o'clock. Smith, of Cook county,
asked for but was not accorded permis
sion to read a telegram from Man ton
Marble, of New York, which was to the
effect that Mr. Tilden was not chairman
of the platform committee at Chicago
in ISM, and that he opposed the peace
resolution dsclaring the war a failure
Ha argued agalast admitting thai
plank. The report of the committee
co credentials was adopted and the
committee on permanent organisation
reported: A. O. Burr, president, with
one rice president for each district.
The report was adopted. The commit
tee to appoint delegates to the National
convention reported delegates from each
district with alternates and delegatee at
large. The committee on resolations
reported but one reeelution, to the ef
fect that since this convention is called
simply to select delegates to the Na
tional Democratic Convention, and
since the State convention will convene
shortly to nominate State officers and
electors for President and Vice Presi
dent, that mo reeoluticae should be
adopted. A resolution instructing the
delegates to St Louis to attempt to
abolish the two-third rule, was referred
under the rule; adjourned. The dele
gatee at large are, it is believed, gener
ally Tilden men ; of the other delegatee
sigh teen are said to be for Tilden,
twelve for Davis, six for Hendricks, and
The Democratic State Central Com
mittee called s convention to meet on
July 27th, to nominate a State ticket.
Ax Daaaox VILLI, lad., June 22.
The Sixth District Congressional con
vention at Ureenfield, met to-day aad
nominated Miller and Robinson for re
ST. LOUIS. JOM 22.—Tbe California
SuU delegation arrived here to-night,
being the fret on the groan J. Tbey
took qiarten at Baraam'e.
WAUIXHQTOV, June tt.—The Prai
dent to-dey noeeisated W«. K. Hop-
I kins, of New York, Secretary to the
C. 8. Legation at London; J. Iky,
sscond secretary of •am*.
Nrw York. Jane 22 —The Republi
can* of the Focrth Maine District nomi
nated L Power* for Congren*
Cmn \oo, Jane 22—Steps were taken
here to-day to reorganize the Tanner'*
club of 196£, un<i« r the name of the
"Scalpers," a name suggested by Gov
Hajes letter in 1&64, in which he said
any man who learee the annv to go
home to electioneer for Congress,
should be tealped.
BAIT LaXE, June 21.—Several per
•an* broke out of the penitentiary this
afternoon after capturing the guard
and securing their guns, pietol*, and
ammunition, aad borsee, and then ca
mped. Harrison Garter, acting a*
cook in the penitentiary, wae shot aad
will probably die. It ie rumored that
the warden was killed, but this lacks
confirmation. Among the prisoner* are
several who were instrumental in the
killing of Cspt. Bcrger, a former war
Loxdom, June 21.—During ths mouth
of May tba number of deaths at Bag
dad from the plague eras 1,222.
Lovdov, Jane 21.—A dispatch from
Berlin says that one captain and sis
lieutenaate of the Chinps army have
arrived there apcredited by China and
bearing a request to be allowed to serve
in the army for the purpoee
of studying thf- Gerssaa military eye
temt. The requeet was granted.
LOKDOK, June 31.—The Sheffield tele
graph says a father reduction to twelve
Mid a half per cent In miners wages in
the West Riding, Yorkshire, is about
to be made, and it is thought it will be
accepted hj them. The Secretary of
the Miner's Union has written to all mi
ners' lodges that they are on the eve of
a terrible crisis, aod that there will not
be a strike, but terms are to be made
somehow. He assures them that if
strikes begin there is every likelihood
of its coming with a possibility of hav
ing to submit to a still greater reduc
It is reported that all available hands
are working night and day at Cronstadt
to prepare the Rossiaa fleet for sea.
VimsnTii.is, June St.—ls the Senate
to-day the election of Buffet was con*
Armed, and thp new Senator took his
MIXES PAINTS IN USE
Oolora db Sliaciea
nil Paint la prmm) la Uaald form, ready for
MI fuolrlpg no farther addition of oil or eplr
!ta. II la of Para White, aad of anj ahado or col
II la oooifoaad of the boot matorlala kaowa »o the
tml*~Par* MaaatS Oil, Strictly Par*
WhlloLaad, Para SiM,aa«ikO|ramteo|.
orlor matter procurable for tlalftaf, watch by oar
p«c alter proc— of meoufartaro, ore eo thoroughly
united thai lhay camx4 aoparalo. Bom, it will
oarerchalk, crack or pool off: doaa nee ran from
MU or aaU holao: aod for brilliancy of color,
and baaoty of flnlah, It la without a rival.
Put aa la fc. H. I. 2, S, A «U S felloe Pack
affaa. aad la barrels.
For sale in Quantities to suit
W. A. JENNINGS
Agent for Puget Sound.
t 14 VI LBAfISD TBI
JAMES TAYLOR, Prop'r.
Tba only hotel la port Blakaly.aad tha moot
complete la all lla adaptednua la tha accoai
modatioa aad oomfoct of familiar aad tha tror
alloc public. ofaay boaee am tho Soaad. Tho
baUdiag la now. aad fcerS tolahad thrnighsal
latea af lasrl a*4 Isljisn
tad par vaak «S SS
•aarS aad 1 il|hj par «Mb t OS
par d* 1 SS
BaarSaad US«ta« yar day. ......tl Saudi SS
ThaßerleeappllaS wtth tfcebertef
LIQUORS AND CIGARS
STAOB TO POET MADISON XVSBT OTWWM
day; alao, Reddle Horaaa day ar uixht la
aad Brum Part BUdloaa. JAMBS TATLOft.
Part Blokoly. W. T.. January 1. ITS.
loora aa tho Plummar yard, far a term et foot
yean, with tha lateattea of
SUPPLYING THE DEMAND
At redooad rates.
Will ha prepared to fasaMfc to erdar la feae aaei.
II IBCKI.UA SEOCS
IIXTKII9ITIK 4 et.,
TIBPOaiTS EBCKIVBD AKD AC-
U counts kept NkjKt U Cb«ck or Unit.
Tnurtet ilktH o« tte» &*• Jala
HflrtfctlMMai Ptla»4.B— Fififcm
Money t, naeal on anpreretf anourlty;
Bead*. ;*tacka aad otker f aJunbtee received oa
dep««tt far «aAi kreptag.
Cetleetloua mnde and piemli promptly
laeaalmoala ta Rani Batata and other prop
arty toade kr i nrtlaa.
nrniaoi i i. mimmoi,
iNiMMy- v. h. bodbbsob.
Swig a tb Fun an Bmnn i
lit, BAST mw, Ml VBAJKBOO.
luci um. bibb conrnr, w. t.
rn ooKfin u ttiin a scfb.
BIOS ABTIGLB Of
COAL AT $6 PEB TOH t
And furnleklag MacUallw aaal. aa par Hp.
alatleae, at Oi rata af
Four Dollar* per TON.
Apply at the OflUe of the XUEXTOB GOAL
00. en Ocounerelal Street, Seattle, W. T.
AT LA CONNOR* W. T.
BXEBCIBE6 OF THB DAY :
Reading the Declaration of Inde
Music by the (toman Band.
the lediee of La Connor and vicinity,
free to all.
Boat Raeiag, Canoe Raeiag, and
Horee Racing, and other amusements
in the afternoon, to conclude with*
la Occidental Ball In the eveolag.
Music by Meeere. Clark, Upeon &
Prioe of Tiekete for the Ball, 02.50.
Price of Tickets for Ball and Supper,
▲ cordial invitation to the public
By Ordtr of Camxoittaa.
aturday Evening Soirees
Under management of
Profit. Brotherhood M Stelnveg,
Claesse lor minors, Tuesdays and Pri*
t.ys. and Thnre
ys. Sot rase—Saturday evening*.
Familiee taken at reduced ratee.
Mueic furaiehed for any and all oosa
eiooe, at reaeonable rates.
One-half interest in the
WOODEN BOWL FACTORY.
W. H. BHOUDY
p "*— n
MINTS, MLti AM VAIIISI,
MAM, rant, nuu. arc.
HOUSE I SIGH PKINTIN6.
Boa* la WorfcauoliJu mu« art ai Btcrt N*.
w. a. uoudt.
I Will nrnatM th« E«bb«T **lnt. *ll mitm
cirmniataiMat taat mil, to tonr mm niftet,
pot Alios, two-coat work. Uu Ui Atlantic L—4
and T l»nii OU. m 4 Tvwtj pwmiaontku
UmAtmU] jfj Pfttat. ut Nut It wtu laat
t»»«t» lane m attfcw, wfcw pwnlj tpplted,
Peeling, Cracking, or Chalk*
W. B. Wtoudy.
SAVE YOUli EYES!
XI ww ufwwnl«A. «aak. watary, near
eyaa. lad other aye 1H«■■•«. Tto W**
Mated lo tha public with Us« nmnoa of tto e«-
CKT M I CVtUTt •* Bed DIMHM of*h« D«.
net as •cut* cbonlo Inflammation, vktttir ln»
4oc«d by acrufaloae ori«ta or oibwwto*; w«U
naaa or dafect of rialou, diuilnlabert taMoflb*
M4U Mm, «r i atate a* tto tlaeuaacou
antuting Uwi dalieete organ ; alao. tar all panaw
«boat Toeatioo requlrae aa lneaaaant action of the
ayaa, Um Bye Hair* will act aa a charm is reator.
aanllorm. toaHky action. vhai
> aad mleary may hare long threatened a fatal
ilaattou. iTfor Bala by all the principal
druggleta. Price 11.00. ■. POWXf.
W. P. DRUITT, Agtit.
Ma, Dnvna. Baattla. W. T.:
Dear Bir-X knta bad aora ayaa fat aifkt nantka
o* mora and here triad all eye wataae and aalaaa,
and In fact everything I conld think an kaar of,
tot fonnd no rbangela mr apaa. until by cbanca
I got ana of your bosea of ab«te Bye lelre. whlcb
I am bnppy to aay did lie work to perfection, aad
mb recommend Itlo the world.
Bnaxvu, W. T., June XV, Xtli.
Daar Sir—X kava been troubled allh aatn mm
far aoaaatlma past. Waa induced ta toy raw lye
galra and found great railaf tkaauky. taeniae
omaaand It la tka public.
A. 1. Jons, Snglaoor Steamer lapkyr.
Daar Sir—Tkat athara may ba benefited I mala
tbia atotamtnl. Wa bad a young girl living with
ualaalyaar. vboaaayaa bad baan aora for aaran
yaara. Pbytlclana exerted Ibalr akUl, but with no
permanent auceoaa. I purekaaad a box of your
Eye ■elTean«eheeaadltou bar ayaa for a week
or tan daya, ncoatdlng ta tba dlractlona. X waa
aatoniahad to aaa tba work It bad dona. (Har
ayaa wara curad.) My wlfa and I uaad It; It
fraahened tbe eight end made ua tan yeera young,
or. Xalnecraly recommend It to all who are af
dieted with nearsighted, waak, aora or inflamed
ayaa. MABTIH MONABON.
Monay can ba ami by mall in Registered Laltar
or by PoatoAca Ortlar, and tba Balra will ba aant
by ralura mall. Write legibly your addraaa.
Address, H. DOWNS,
>•l9.tf Soottlo. WMhißfton Territory.
Mill Street, 1 Door from FUst Street,
H. FITZBIMONB, Proprietor.
House Newly Famished and Refitted.
lads, 85 eta. Maala, 95 eti. Board
and Lodfinf, $6 Per Weak.
Notary Public and Conveyancer,
Real Estate and Tax Agent.
mlatcmai)*- WahSSiwif JWaa^tidUraft
Ml* nfll>4l lorakin oa Putt Bouad. Idmlil
■UiBtlM nil u Tnamim of lid litoto ind
hjnatwTuN. P»trun«g« solicited ud aotls
Ofßc# oa Mill ■treat, aeerly opposite the "Oc
STOCK OF GOODS
For Sprint ml haaevML
OwawiUl Miw«, InMlt, W, T.
PrlMlftl »Ui— mt Im
Superior Quality of Coal
II QIARTITIES TO SIIT !
For Sale, at Low Prices!
Apply •» Ik* Oit# of THB BZATTLX COAL
* numrosTATiox coxfaxt.
BooMlo. VanmbirTtb, 1174.
V. ID. 8MB«1A1
Home u4 fioit Piinttif, laj.
MBiilif, Letteiinf ul
SHOP ON COMMERCIAL ALLEY.
Mill Street, between lit and 2d,
Seattle, W. T.
J. XcCONYILLE. Proprietor.
KATES REABON ABLE.
BOOK & STATIONERY STORE
JOHN L. JAMIESOJj
(N«*l door to SchwrtMcbcr Bros. Jt Co.)
COMMERCIAL STREET. SEATTLE, W. T. 1
SCHOOL AND MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS
STATIONERY, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, ALBCIQ
Cuilevr *»ndL nr«»M.«y eootf.
THE CHOICEST CIGARS AND TOBACCOS.
Subscriptions solicited for S. F. and Eastern Periodical^
Sale or Hire
IMUSM'S Ship Yard.
Parties can be supplied vttk it* ar rtl koia,
«t w au in »hi|s.
TiMdiy Eveiing, July 4th,
Under the msasfscusnt of
T. BBORANAOOD sod c. o. snurwao.
COP. of Hill ft B#cond Btn«ts
Warcu. w. *.
W. H. BOW, Proprietor.
HOUSES, BUGGIES, CARRIAGES,
WAGONS and SADDLE HORSES
Kspt for kire Horses benght and sold. R»
sad Grain, of esnpetier quality, always on kaad.
tar stagss fromkis Stable sonneot tftice a
day with tka lake Wsafclnfts* steam ar for tke
•settle Oeal Mine.
W. A. JENNINGS
VMMII md latell OMI« la
•FLOUR, FEED, ETC.
Imported and California
w inrii« f
Foreign and Domestic
Liquors, etc., etc.
Sola Proprietor of the flowing
well-known Brands of Cigar*
of W. T."
iWAIX Goods guaranteed
VOooda diUnnd la Uo Clij tim ut durao.
Commercial Street, Seattle, W. T.
■. €*. «». Bp.
Z&JzSSftgi ■**■»• •• '**•••».
Mwelwef »*oHw «ra to*** It KM.
%■*•**• ». *
Bean & White's -
DEW GROCERY STOIE. i
OX FBONT STRUT, if yonwsnttks
Worth of your Money,
ksep »ltfft tad splendid slock at
Setol Backs, StatiMfq
Art m oaly how* la .Isattle M
eangstthe .. # ||M
Alden Dried Apples, Pears,
Plums, Com, Onions, Etc.
Tiny also IMP constantly on tent
Chopped Feed , MuUlings, Shorty
Brmn, Wheat, Oats, Etc.
J. 8. Master,
Will IMT* I—Hl* fW
Krepy Thursday, and Retire
log on Saturday— Stopping each
way at all intermediate Landing!
J. A. McPHE£,
Whclmli wd tttantatete
mas, imcco, pjpss,
, STOkll Md wirtiw my jood* it fankm
a OUrk's Btoro, Ooaaorclal Stroot, BoottU. W. T
T. P. FREEMAN
■M J««t moored to kit saw ator* on MIU afewi
Opportt* OccidtoUl Hotel, wkwi
AVTTHMO llf HII Llffl,*
AS GOOD AS THE BEST AND
CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST,
WCw kMMfcrtli bo procurod.
■ill Street Seattle. V. T.
• «' $
tIGAR I NIXON «
0* MILL STOUT BIATTLB, W. *.
WINES, LIQUORS A CHAM
OnwlMlly m In 4.
F. RIOBEY Proprietor.
Hirttai Me Railroad, ft
KAIAMA TO TACOXi.
*»»—»■ UAO A. *. TKWI »»*•*
*<*« M Tfl) i. M. I Ktluu IMS'*"
Connection!: . |
At Kitiai with O. t. Jf. Oo.'e boato f o **?
potato the Columbia river. At Tenia*
*W£»MTO«h Steamer* for Seattle. Olf*
V** »U other potato oa Puget Bound-
On Saturday and Wednesday at® *• ■••5?
•Joamera for Port Townaend. Victoria,
Weatulnater and Fraaer Klver. ..
Connecting with Pacific Mall
gMjje itaamera trt-monthlj from Ylctcito «° "*
Through fare from Portland to San
las | iMr
Through Tlcketo for sale at the
«. M. Oa.. Portland, Or. J. W.
V.W.FAnWIATBXB. . t
'ana general TkW 4H"'
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