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THE DAILY INTELLIGENCER.
VOL. I.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
♦ J* UrOnnHt, j C. H
AtU<rwy/
; Uwbkt, W.T.I
M CONAHA & HINFORO,
litorney*-at - IMWT , SotUitor*
tn 1 hanrtry and Proctor»
in .titmirally.
' '■» vicm—Commercial Street, earner
Washington, S«-attLi\ VV. T.
| jt u McXacavr. Jo** !•**«»
>IcNAUUIIT k LEAHY,
i irons Krs -AT- LA W, HOIK /-
TOR* IS CHAM/CRY, A PROC
j(jUS IS Alt VIIiALTY.
Witt in flu* District and Boprem*
r will givti »Urntli« t" f-d- 1
wiMi.C n, */ w ''• •'*" *" IW> haa*
-*|isls ■kUU.
Jyn
ST H. Wsrrt. L n. 5*»II
WHITE & NASH.
MjM w ■<; ■***,
Seattle, Washington Terr'y.
OPFK E,—DISPATCH BUILDING
« f MDnlluil. B. L kUIK'Hikl).
OENNIBON Jt BLANCHARD,
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW AND
Proctors in Admiralty.
g^ofoe* at !'<<rt Towuarud. Washington '«rrt
«ry. tt ' 4
D P. JENKINS,
SEATTLE, W. T. t
117 OltSh'Y-A 71.A W, SOLICITOR
IS (1/ASCKRY, AND PROCTOR
IS Alt MIR A LTY. mh2l
MUX* MeS*CUHr. o II.HaLLXX. j
XrMAI'UIIT .V IIA 1,1, Kit,
Attorneys & Counsellors at Lai,
PORT TOWNSEND, W. T.
w. R. ANDREWS,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
Wilt jtractiof In *ll lIM Court* <tl R«<<>r<l In th«
IfTrrrllory.
orrn b is ncTt.nt'i neu.nrso. nrroarrr oc<i
■•KKTAi., iumt, w. t.
C M.BRADSHAW,
•f ftorHey-at-is4itri
POUT TO WNS E N I), W. T.
Jon J.Uc<.)it,vaa. Tn<*. Dcani
MIIARA & BIRkK.
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW,
SEATTLE, ir. T.,
®UI ktirud to lumtiifM In »U of tlie Ter
ritory.
liKNRY E. HATHAWAY,
(< >LLECTOR,
llAUrii I t.AK ATTKNTION OIVKN TO Cdl, j
l«H'tlull of «lr.lit« Ttli'i pftlil for N.'tl Rr»- j
IJ»tit* fr-t> of t'haiwr
Oftl. ® with W. VI YollK. Attorney »« l*w, '
9e*ttlr, W. T. tu'jn-tf.
I
DRS. A. t H. B. BAGLEY,
ilonwopath ist*,
SEATTLE, W. T.
|\lt 11. B HAQIEY. LATE PROFESSOR <>F
1/ Prln<-t|>l«« »ml iTa.-tt.-r of m the
Mnllril OoU«*k*, wiU u<ak« |
Siinr*rjr aixl j
lv. ni.t Will trill) to talis lu HiJf 1>»I« of til* I
Houtul dttt
DR. G. A. WEED,
SIKUKUN AND PHYSICIAN, j
BKATTLK. W. T.
1)R. JOHN BAKEK,
PIII'SKI.I.r A Hl Rtii.tt.f.
• rri< K~-i\maiscut hun, OriHWtTtt TH» ;
»A> k K...AM& !
Oli.G. V.CAUIOI iV
Sonttlo, "W. T.
oat-* So. i, i>ur«t, h BaiMiai,
DENTISTRY.
J 0 <»BAft*K, UtJiTIST. IT
lag oa lV«uutnu] (tnrt \ll w rk
t'trutrrj. Uj
WOkw* J. S. MAGGS,
rr Dentist,
OKFICK. MILL STKKIiI.
¥ter K„Ule %uA H»riirft» St.<rr. EAST t ►' *-H
CII'ENTAt. HOTEL. ti*
M. H. WE E D
ARCHITECT BUILDER.
.J* funiuh PUX>4 »n i >I*FO
inCATK»\H for UttMinii t» *sl »» Iwmn., i,*-»
•**» *UI UW cvrtr»»u »iuS mprnuUrnl
Omit OVER MORHIIJ -S DKI OSTOE*.
••"•ww. w t . Mm h nth. ivr*.
ISAAC A. PALMER,
It 4 t «'<•!,
BEATTLE, W. T.
PLAXR feKj gfECiYi
Stay oc Your Own Side.
Fr rii the V V }
Af i- 1 wl. ii traveling in tiie Far
\V. writing to u-*, relat* s th- follow
ing amuv.ng incident:
I haveb't dnt**d the h-tt» r b» rnu««* I
do«4*t know \» b«r<« l am. I aiu :«lx>ut
otne mil«*< from jNltslmrg, VN>■ >ur;-
ty, <' »ii/r..«l » »»f i i«' 11•- » tllem iit on
th«; St/ith l'i i't»- r;v. r AT <!.<% light
tO-morr »4V l mi »«> cti< t -.j»»•»»- »( the
finest ■».*t:»i-»r; v. r <i* I Ut v *v»il
not bit- (-? ) 'h. r ti'iie of" the day
I thiy I tr »• I tbi»
able hvbit ot f »r! v b»e a-tmg frv u»
the •• bull w \ 4<:k- who navigate
the*'- plains lam "topping at a littl •
hotel about lit'xlO f<«t The «'-t
thuii; in tiiis i > iiitry i* linuU r, t: i rs
having to piy -v.-r s«» many tioihti* a
toot for i.[ |in y u si>, Im - i » what th»*y
brought in \ The t tndlord i<
from IV„I.«JU, I ia, and to L< do
ing a thriviiig business, l'y ilmt <»f
haril t t''king HI i liberal proinis«-, I got
a r.Hjui to iuy«eif. It h juit largo
enough for the l»ed and a candle box
-♦•t on a chair, upon which I am writing
thi* b tter It is in on« end of the build
ing, and separated from the next room
by a l>ed quilt, which you must crawl
under to come in or g » out. But it i>
my ro im. iin-l after the jolting I had
upon the l- 'liitn pony I expect to hive
a good night'*—
Was c\er ;i poor pilgrim i;i >uch a
tlx v Ju-t a- 1 had written " night V
above, and had 'Sleep,'on the point of
my pen. I heard a knocking on the
floor outside the bed quih.
u ( r iv\ I undt r," said I.
Kilter the landlord's d.-iughti r. a buxom
youi g laily of >event« ea year* of age, I
should judge. She opened her rosy
lips and spoke as follows:
'•Mister, do i t t ike off your c!o:h"s
to-night when vou go to bed ?"
-Whyr
" Because I am g »ing to sleep with
you."
" Well, if you have uo b tt r reason
than—"
" Hush! Shct up! Vou told par you
wouldn't sleep with a man."
"H i I rather sleep with a wet <h»g."
"Wi 11. I have given up my bed t > a
siek man. I have been hard »t work
all day, and have to work hard all day
to-morrow, and can't afford to stay
up all night Tint bed is wide enough
for us both. I shall stay on the back
side, and if you don't stay on your M'le,
you'd belter, that's all."
A- she sunl thi> she raised from her
dres* piM kt t an infernal jack knife,
such as use in trimming fruit
trees, mid then let it tall back with a
chug. I comprehended the situation
in halt A moment, an 1 unto this maiden
qilotll a« follow *
•' Misa, young laily, your in
tentions may or may not be hon
orable. I aui traveling entirely by
myself. My natural protectors are
miles and uiil< away, beyond the
bouudless prairie, ignorant of the jw rils
which in iy beset their idol. Thus far
1 have not boun insulted by your sex.
I am a man of few words, but they are
always emphatic. I will give you a
part of that b-d, anil that's all 1 will
do. It' you attempt, dm ing the -ilent
watche* <if the night, anything con
trary to this firm determination, by St.
Joseph, my patron saint, 1 will shoot
you right through the tniilriff."
As t concluded, 1 laid a Slociim pistol
upon the candle-tmx A low chuckle
outside the bcdqiiilt gave evidence
that paterfamilias heard an.l approved
the arrangetm nts
My antagonist laughed and saying,
" Mister, 1 reek'iii we understand each
other." In tituled ovi r to the back side
ot* the bed There she i< now pretend
ing to Ik- asleep 1 <an t finish this
letter. I (ant do anything. T.ilk
about the trials «>t' earlier saints—altout
b«-inu broiled over coals -af»out being
flwyed alive about being boiled in
oil What all that to this if
Ho'd Suffered Enough.
Capt. Rob Shaftoe concluded to run
for Congress. He had been in tlie wars
—he hid fought *ml bled. —and his
record at a soldier wa> «>f the very l>est.
Of course. having concluded t«> rutj, he
ha«l to take the stump. liob could be
elupn lit upon oei ision, ♦•specially when
picturing battle seem s, and he indulged
rather freely in this style. for he knew
more about war than he di<l alwmt |>oh
tics Hi* oppouent was a politician,
an dnot a soldier.
One day Il*>l» address. d an assembled
multitude in front of a cr.«« rmid gro
c-rv. lie told the story of his hard
ship- in the field ehVqucntly md touch*
i".glv lie told how he had led a for
l< rn ho|>e; how lit? had been stricken
down under the very nuiKles of the
enemy's battery; and how he ha I lant
two night* and a day suffering where
he fell Uf« re *uocor came. At d other
things he t ild itjually thrilling.
When he hid concluded, one of the
unwashed and unteriified one of the
sovereign*- approach.-.! him with sym
pathy in every lo<>k.
' Cap'n Bolt. »:ir a!l that tr ie v u
told us r"
** True as g< taped. uiy friend
" And you raiily fit light up to tic
months of the et emy's * annon r"
" Yen "
" And got kn-«* ked ov. r r"
"Ytt*
" And come nigh dyin'r—l*«> wlide
nights in misery
- Yes, my friend, it is all true as I
have told you. I was wounded, fur
times after that "
'• Welt," saul the interrogater, with
\isiblc emotion, " l tu Mamed if you
!i >:nt suffered enough for the country.
I d >n't see whv w < -I • 4i!d s« i. I y< u out
atn n g tin in Congress fellows. They're
a hard !>.t. T'other man is youngern
you. and iint . f much account anyway
I v»v, Ut him suffer awhile; so I guess
Til vote for him !"
A Satisfaction Always to be Had.
A dt sorted wife and m ther followed
her fugitive husband fr »m England to
this country. Sis long years had passed
SEATTLE. WASHINGTON TERRITORY. FRIDAY. AI'OI'ST 25. ISTf».
h*r little to simple anaided with
tie wor! 1. She hod at last heard of
him, <pii»-t'y M tiled down with anoth< r
wife in thi- country. She Mrac in pur
suit a». 1 succeeded in tin-ling him Al
most : r f.r-t excl mixtion, to a com
j.u iu . H'ter sh In J - v i n hm, *•»«:
• Hi- |.« k- <!♦ p'o ihlt* in i y. and
1 am glad ot it."
Si far s % le*»-rt«d wife c»n d«*rive
n fr- m» th« r«'fl»ction that li*-r
truant hus ; t»i>l i» unhappy, sb«* need
hardly go -o ftr as to cross the Atlantic
to obtain it It is quite ,saf<- for her to
rest stHUt* in that a--urar.ee, wherever
silo may be, and without the trouble of
going out of her <1 «>r. Elopements,
separation* and divorcer*— these are not
the ways that lead to happiness. They
are thorny paths, ending, usually, in
un»p. akable misery. There is no gn it
er delusion than to suppose that th*»
marriage relation can !«• rendered, even
by legislation. of a brittle tenure and of
a transitory character. Nature has or
dained differently, and whoever violates
the ltws of nature must suffer.
Throwing Light On It.
"Mr ItiitTkins." said the stern judge,
' I wish to understand yo;ir exact rela
tion to this i-ase."
The "cno" was an action against
c rtain evil-di*j)osed young men wlio
had li*H'!i (fnilty of disti:rLiii»j an I'VT-n
--iiiil religion# meeting held intheschool
h Mine nt" the district.
*' If I undfritand aright, sir," pur
sued th«* judge, *• you were in the
<l<-sk r"
" Yes, Mr."
" < >ftieiatiiiL{ t'ier>* ?"
" Well -yes, sir—l think you might
say so."
•• Do you lutan ly that thit you
|<r» aelud f"
'* No, sir. I held the limp for the
man that did."
'• Ah, the court understood you dif
ferently. It supposed tho discourse
came from you."
" No, sir—l only threw a little light
on tho subject."
" No. levity, Mr. UlitTkins. Ftmd
down, on please."
MONKEYS VS. CROCODILES. —On one
of the i*l)»n Is in the Gulf of iSiaui,
crocoliles are very abundant, and a re
cent travehr in that region thus de
scrilns the manner in which these
monsters of the deep catch tlie apes,
ul-o numerous, which sometimes take a
fancy to play with them : 'Close to
the bank lies the crocodile, his body in
tlie water. an»l only his capacious
in«>uth above thj surface, ready to seize
anything that in iy come in reach. A
troop «<f H[> s catch sight of hun, seem
to consult together, approach, little by
little, and commence their frolics, by
turns actors and spectators. One of
the most active, or imprudent, jumps
fioni branch Ij branch till within a
respectful distance of the crocodile,
when, hanging by one claw, and with
the dexterity peculiar to these animals,
he advances and retires, now giving
bis enemy a blow with his paw, at an
other time only pretending to do s<».
The other apes, enjoying the fun, evi
dently wish to t;ike part in it ; but the
other branches being too high, tin y
form a sort of chain by laying hold of
each other's paw-, and thus swing l»a< k
ward and forward, while any of them
who come within reach of the croco
dile torments hun to the best of their
ability. Sometimes the terrible jaws
suddenly close, but not upon the au
dacious ajH-, who just escapes ; then
then' are cries of exultation from the
tormentors, who gambol about joy
fully. Occasionally, however, the daw
i» entrapped, and the victim dragged
with the rapidity of lightning beneath
the water, and thin the troupe dis
perse, groaning and shrieking. This
misadventure does not, however, pre
vent th<ir recommencing the game a
few days afterward "
Another Opportunity for the Re-
lief of the Afflicted.
The Surgeons of the National Sur
gieal Institute, located iu Indianapolis;
Pacific Division, Aihatnbra Building,
liusb Street, San Francisco, have yielded
to the many urgent appeals from their
pit runs and friends in Oregon and
Washingt on Territory and adjoining
regions, to visit Portland. Tlje former
visit was highly satisfactory ana en
couraging. many of the |>aticnts then
accepted for treatment l»eirg now en
tirely cured, while nearly all are greatly
Itenetitted and in a fair way of recovery.
Three or more of the Surgeons will be
at the Cosmopolitan Hotel, in Portland.
Or--g n, from Monday, the 2Mh day of
August, until Saturday, the 2d Septem
ber. l>7(j, six days inclusive.
I hey will have with them a gre.it
van. ty of surgical apparatus, applianc
es, etc., and competent workmen to
change, fit, and make such apparatus
anility be required Tliep will co«oe
especially prepared to treat all surgical
cascc Par*lyMs, ail kinds of def runties
of the Face, Spine and Limbs. Dis. a«*U
Joints. Dia. asjj Eyea, Catarrh, Private
!>;». *s, s. Piles, Vistula, etc. Ail who
wish to avail themselves of the advan
tages < t the Institute, without the long
j -uri '-y to S m Francisco or ludiauapo
kv should do so at tins time. No cases
will be undertaken without a fair hope
of r. !i< f It is needless to say that tb.
i <it it ion i> entirely responsible, and
tie- largest and most popular of the
kind in America, curing thousands si<-
loial'y. lv member the time and plac •,
and come early, fcy Send to the In
stitute for circular.
For Sheriff of Kim County.
Tht rwjwrted by naaatron*
fri«nl» to w kit BAnf fc> br M ft OAtdl
rfftU- for Sheriff. *tiJ not twin* »bl«> u> am* m>
(■oußtr uke* tbw rutbixl of
kn KU D TU the PUBLIC . and TB«*»F.»RE
annoacCM him** lf m » c*ndid«t« for So«ttf,
Mbjfc-t to tb« cboic* of tbe I>«ir*crfttii- CVUATJ
MISCELLANEOUS
£L €*
tor
Sale or Hire
. Apply at
Roliins«m\ Ship Yard.
r
Parti. « can l e tiuppln 1 with n;>vr ir will-oat*.
wi i #.t i• i t., iu cliarvlf
Wa. W UOBINSoN.
A. MACKINTOSH.
Votary Public and Conveyancer,
Real Estate and Tax A^eut.
Hat s complete AlMrs t of Titi« tii all
n «.V>uuty. Wi J! at teii • i t<> the j irchaMe asi.l
**!«• t'f I-ami* suywherv "a Pujjt t S>.>un«l. Special
attention paid to Transfer of ll.al F.r-tate and
Payment of Taxe*. Patrouage solicited acd natis
faction gnaraiiteed.
Office on Mill s>tre*t, nearly opposite thf "Oc
idtntal Hotel."
G. W. BULLENE,
Practical and theoretical*
ENGINEER ail MACHINIST-
A
Front Street, Seattle, W. T.
Is prepared to do all kinds of
StoamlDoat,
Mill mid.
Logging camp
"Worli.
d m
Iron, Brass, Steel or other Metals.
All kind sof lilacksmith work dime
to order.
AC a^.
T. P. FREEMAN
Has just removed to hi* new store <tn Mill strett,
Opposite Occidental Hotel, wht rr
AMTIIIXU IX II IN M.\i:,
AS GOOD AS THE It EST AND
CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST,
henceforth he procured.
ANDREWS * CO
Importers ot
G A S
FIXTURES,
ST EA 31 AM> <«.VM
"JF a C G £ ■■
ItR t\\ GOODS, &('.
S. P. ANDREWS i CO.
STOVES, TINWARE.
HOUSE FURNISHING
HARDWARE
JOB WORK.
All work jx-rtaining to the
done at sliort notice, aud iu a
Workman-like Manner.
coMVxacux, mm, wrr»*t* *ar»
haIS.
MISCELLANEOUS.
PAINT SHD& STORE
By
v. ori>TOIAX.
Mi)! s» r , .t, •p, site CKvnlvatal
SEATTLE. U*. T.
CARRIAGE, SIBN, AND
ORNAMENTAL
PAIN TINO.
A LSO
II4H Si: i'A!\TI\(J.
Kt >rt i. ti »» an I r<>&s'UiaM<
1,1 nill I STABLE
Cor. of 2ilaiii & First Streets
\\. 11. HOW, Proprietor.
HOUSES, nrmnEs, CARRIAGES,
WAG('SS and SADDLE HORSES
Ke-jit for hiw* Uorst» ami H»jr
•nd Oram. <>f a .jnalitv, always on tiand.
Sta-.'es fr<>miii» staM« connect twice a
•lay with t(n* I al.v stea»uer tor the
s« att'.e C> al Miuc
WORK OXEN
(rood and woll-broke Oxen
I^C2)CC .«• li:
At Sini tli's Cove, three miles
below Seattle.
cs a. «* urn r w*
AND
( oiaiiiiHsioii liimiiieHH
Messrs. Mri'allisler A: MfCarly
m OWNERS OF
H a rge Champion
N AVE F.KF* TH> A w.vßF.norsK ONTONKS
v l'i«rn« tt' aWharf. in this City, wbt-re tl.ey
will Wholesale ami in tali
All Kinds of Produce !
Flour arel Feed, Hay and (irain. Vegetables
Fruit, ( \:i<. kt iiH. et>-. #
IH>" T< ruts Strirthf 4 ash.
MOOUIi & CO
dealer* iu
Frc.sli and Sailed
MEATS
and a u' m-ral assort im-nt of
f« I* Qd € k l"i
Al.io, the I*<fit hrmnis of
OMIAKS AND TOBACCOS.
C ruer of Third & U:.:oa Streets. Seattle.
WISCONSIN HOUSE,
Mill Str««t, l«two<n Ist an«l :M,
S. attle, W. T.
.1. >IH ONVIMJ:, Proprietor.
_ ~
K «rl per W»-«:k V'.OO
M. *la 2ic.
Ye Strangers
and all who feel weak and
want to be re.-tored !
Know Ye!
That you can have your spir
it- resuscitated, an i the inner
nam siti.-fu.-d. by calling at
the
MKUItfICDEIIIffII
win: re
StcalzS, Cliops,
V:; : mil U.« dr;Ucsric* »t th< a hi* serv»-«l ia
ih IttJ NV w Y. rk
3 «**:» ( i*« k :ani
}••» th< t -ind »■ i| •} I i- - Ito I 'art ie*
u\A -«lit in .htiti» s t<> any plat*
v. here tL- r« i* st. uin eoinmunK-ation.
i'roii Made (audit's.
Aud ha Am- rt*u«i» of
FINE CABLES
0 r«»ur tly on t*r. i WMrfl&g CaJuw mwl* to or
denua the *h'>ru*\ W<k*. bail buppers and
~ •
MISCELLANEOUS
Crawford L Harrington
IMPORTERS AND JOBRER3
SEATTLE, "W", T.,
Have on hand a large ami well assorted stock of goods in
their line, consisting <>t* Foreign and Domestic
Hardware and Cutlery
Iron and Steel. assorted.
Klacksmitli and Carpenter Tool*.
Agricultural and Mining Implement*.
C rockery and PaintdAOilii
Hemp and Manilla Cordage. (Iroceriesand Provisions, Wines,
Liquors, Etc.
AGENTS FOR THE
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF LONDON, &C.
UT TALBOT COAL. FOR CITY TRADE, FOR SALE FROM WHARF
CRAWFORD & IIARRfGTON.
SEATTLE, W. T. t July Ist, 1873. •
» MS M r JTT MA JE
c
D RII STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Drug*. Patent Medicine*. Chemical*. Etc.
Prescriptions < 'arefnllv Compounded. Also Dealer in Wines,
Liquors, &c.
OliiihliS FliOM An aOA J) SOLICITED.
X a. MADDOOK3.
Seatn«. January ;{, 1874.
zmmAM & asm,
Dealers itt
cjjmmt.m ■ m T M. iw:»
9
Gents' Furnishing Goods
Seattle Brewery,
CORNER Ml 1,1, .V FOURTH STREETS, SEATTLE,
SLOKAH & CO.
Proprietors, and. Browors of
SUPERIOR ALE, PORTER
And the only
Genuine Beer
Made in Washington Territory.
/j)CS=-Our Bottled Ale and Porter is equal. if not supe
rior, to any foreign brand.
./. r. MORRILL,
Druggist & Apothecary,
II holt sah' (i lift Retail.
Commercial Street, Seattle W.T
BIGN CITY DRUG »TORB
GO TO
Bean & White's
NEW GROCERY STORE.
ON FIiOMT BTRKET, tf y nww.t
\\ orth of your Money.
Tb'-y k<-«p k *r>is »U»k f
Groceries
School Books Statiomn
AND NOTIONS.
Atui at* the only b<v,we in y*,u
C*li till
AMeii Dried Apples, Pears.
Plums, Corn, Onions, E'
Th' j aXmo evuiUntl} < a Ur.d
Chopped Fir J, Middling* , Short*,
EftSTWICR. MORRIS * CO.
Civil mil Mining
EN" OINB BUS.
U<IUB Mo. 6, U.iru«-tt'» Huildlug,]
4 I •llMdltirlal «V W*lh|li(lUH
H«-*Ul*, Wwli. T>rrtt>rjr.
< ..»i u. l <•(>•« r iniritrt! Un.t* ami
vjM. rtMuiiixl. M»<l f*i» rU<l upon. PUun aiwl
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