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THE DAILY INTELLIGENCIfi.
VOL. I.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
j yt McOniii,) C- H
_,«trut AtViWy,
M W«trfct, W, T.)
MCONAHA & HARFORD,
ittomsy*- at - l/rir, tiolUiimr•
In f haturry o id Fr«d#ri
<» *Mmiraiig.
0* net —Commercial Stiwt, corner
Washington, Settle, W. T.
)iMuVcliC»rr. Ltiif
VfcNAUOHT & LEAKY,
*. 1 TTORNKYS -AT- LAW, SOIJ CI
-1 (tUH IS CHANCERY, 4 I'JiOC
TOlt* /* ADMIRALTY.
Wlil la l»»«« butrlct and fltipr^tn*
'''gl*' {>Mr 7 will #»*• iIMUob to Out-
Couwiaoetaf, tl*' *»■» the tur La»*
t -»»•' uf E»WI»
up it*. i***- )rt #
f |.Vvn LB XtM
WHITE .V NASH,
tjjm. wv wK MM,
Srattlr, Washington Terr'y.
OFKK'K,-DISPATCH BCII.IHNU.
« t d«*lnum. ■ • «~
IENNISON * BLANCHARD,
ATTORNEYS-AT-J..AW AND
Proctors in Admiralty.
l/UAr« at port Towawnil. WMhln»(t<>v 'Vrrt.
D P. JENKINS,
BKATTLR, W. T.,
ITKMSKY-A T-I.A W, SOLICITOR
IS CHAXCKHY, AND PROCTOR
/V A DM!HA LTY. mh2l
JUIU M( NtititHT. G. M. HAIA*«.
IrNAIUHT kHALLKK,
Attorneys & Counsellors at Law,
PORT TOWHBEHD, W T.
W. It ANDMWB,
ATTOENEV-AT-LAW,
Will prat-tit* In »U lb* C<>urta uf H«K'« r<l In the
(Territory.
m aorta*a aca»rM, orroarr* ©cci
I'KMTAt., M4TTLI, W. T.
C M.BRADSHAW,
•# tiorh ty- #i i-Mj «* u*»
POUT TOWNSEND, W. T.
tma J. McOtLva*. Taos Braaa
Mr (d LYRA k Bl Rkll,
HTTOBNEVB-AT-LAW,
SKATT LB. T.,
ttHsttwud to bostuMM ta sll p*rt« of th« Ter
ritory.
HENRY X. HATHAWAY,
COLLECTOR,
I JARTHM IJiK ATTKSTtOJt OIVRN TO COL-
I Ir.tloli \>t l«bto. r «rt (<>r Nuu B«-
IJaiita fr»» of i')iw||p
Ofll. ♦ Willi W. U. YOHK. Attorney At Ijiw.
<U«ttl», W. T. luJO-tf
DRS. k. I H. B. BAGLEY.
Homaopath Mit,
SEATTLE, W. T.
On h B. BAoutr. latk Norasol or
Prloriit'M Miti I'ivlU# of Hurgcry lu lb«
Michigan « •airml Mf-Un-sl Coll#j|»», will tnake
Op-rat iv# tfiti u«ry se.l Murglr*l Dlmmw ssp*«' Isl
tr. »n>t will iti«iil u calls ta say ytri of ih«
lu«ihl. dU
OR. G. A. WEED,
KIKUEON AND PHYNICIAN,
BKATTLK. W T.
DR. JOHN BAKER,
piirjMij.i- * irstnM*.
OI'I'H K—-OmmmaciAi. Man. oeroam vaa
Bui limuhua
HIt.V.V.CIMIOIN.
Soattlo, W. T.
ot>« Xu. 1. Dispat>h BuiUlitt*. op|>ustte Oct i*
■laiUl Hotel.
DENTISTRY.
i. c OKADAF. DENTIST. or
flmSSjL Boa ta «*t»»a» A buni»ii « N»* Buiul
lu* us CVmaimltl itiwt All tort
|Mrui«nL ai
AJ.S. MAGGS,
x>ontl«t v
OFFICE, MILL BTBRKT,
•»« »rwi HftTBoM Stf*. LIST OF OC
CIDENTAL HOTEL «*
M. H. WEED
ARCHITECT & BUILDER.
t# tta-m ptvfvrd k> f PLANS *ihl SFFC
iru ArioSH for l«ntkiln« to •?! lt» brtccbes
al»< «nt t»k » »«j mprhsaail
OPm I OVEIt MORRILL? fKCfI gTv *E
SsaUW. W T.. Mavk tUL. IflJ.
ISAAC A. PALMER,
la 11 «»«•!,
SEATTLE, W. T.
c rt-AKa .ra KPftctri
CATtoKI/q, BULtHSQ ta «li pu tw. %m. f*i
I ""* 4 «»♦» roawtrurtioa. »l*tM «
Bto it of a Book-agent.
A trnok ager.t rn-eatly ®»**T with a
seri</us accident in the suburb* of L«i
Crowt. He ws* walking along
the railroad when a freight trwiu came
»i-n>/ The unfor tun •t" lutn WHS
fctru« k by the t-i gine and knocked di
rectij *cr "» the tr i« k, a m»- fifty thr»-e
cars pa saii o\er bioi He wis th«m
tumbled d> *n rtf *nk *OO f. *-t high,
over *t< «t< and stumps. »!•'! ju«t at be
go* l<> "b» "f ttiver lie -truck
agaj* *t i p.i>- driver that »a« at work,
and, his U**« t laving on tb'- pile f.»r »
Diioute or tw», trie- p.nd**rou» haiuiu-r
desoen led. striking biui on the tbwk,
braiMuu Li* somewhat The shuck
rotlpd him into the nwr ju«t m a« up
nvcr packet was parsing l»y, and, by
some mishap the unfortunate msu was
ent it'jeU«l Hi one of the wbcrK and
whirled ar<««ind for an h ur and * half
before he witi discovered and r>-l»aM.-i
He w:t«« Oit-n picked up n«*arly .v
and removed to the cabin where his
w unt* were supplied. A Iter he had eaten
a henrty meal he was approached by the
captain, wl»o asked :
" I* there any tiling you would like t
haver "
" No, sir," replied the caiiv»:is«*r,
*• there is nothing but thia "
• 4 Whnt ! what!" ejaculated the cip
tarn. *• w h »t i» it r "
The book-agent smiled sweetly as he
a i,eat subscription list and
N»id :
" Sul.seribe for that U-autiful book
entitled 'The Guin Drop, or
the Candy Woman's revenge,' by the
author of ' Jones the Button Hole
Maker.' Cr"*»e JjraJer.
Tb© Lawyer's Wife.
About 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon a
citizen cliuibed the stairs leading to u
Detroit itw}i r'i oflioe, pushed open the
door with an impatient slant and angri
ly iuqiiiretl:
*• Why did'nt you call on me as re
quested
'• C«ll on you '< I did'nt know that
you wanted to see me," w:m tliu sur
prised reply.
•• 1 It-ft a note on your table an hour
before n»*»n." continued the citizen.
" It wai enclosed in »n envelope, direct
ed to you, and I wrote the word 'pri
vate' across the end."
" That explains it," answered the
lawyer sinking back in his chair. "My
wife came down here this morning, saw
that letter, and I'll bit >he was'ut the
tifteenth part ut a s*h;oihl putting it in
to her poekut. I hope for the lord's
sake you wrote a large hand and signed
your name in full."
A Kkmabxablk Criminal.—One of
the greatest criminals of the age. who
had led a charmed lite everywhere but
in O«orgi», atoned fur his crimes on
the gal lowa at Rome, Georgia, recently.
Hi* name was Haywood Grant, and hn
was a colored man. lie was l»>rn in
1H44, in Ghio. of free parents, hut alter
ward became a slave of hi-* own accord.
According to his own confession, he iia<l
murdered several men. In Iwhile
employed upon a western livrr on ihe
steuiiivr PoUanac, lie killed a dcck-hmd
with a laltet of w>»g4* some mouths la
ter. he killed another deck-hanl on the
■trainer lioatotiia, ami threw h«iu over-
Utinl. H«» committed many thefts
about this time, and in \t murder* d an
Irndiuian in Mempliis, Tenn, androhl«-d
huu of 1 110. Thi u he stole a mule, and
was nt to the penitentiary, and es
caped. In IBi4, he was trird in Mem
phis for shooting at a white tnan and
killing a policeman. He was sentenc
ed again to the penitentiai y for half a
life-tim»\ was lured out with other con
vict n to work, ami escaped On the
'iith day t»l" September, IN6B, General
Thomas C. Kiiutiman. late of the Con
faderate army, w:is brutally murdered.
Noelew to the murderer was ever
found, tfctmgh large rewards were of
fered Giant e« »nft-ss-d t* fore hi* death
th»t he *hot Oeii<-ral llindiu.tii in the
lie* k with an Klitleld llfle. He also
killed William 11. Hansborough, of
Richmond, Virgiuia, in a Teuneaaee
town, but was never found out. As
much as s2ft,ooo m rewards was offered
for ths arrest of the crimin.il who ooui
initud s>)ioc of the crime* above enu
merate! Hut justice overt<>t)k Grant
at laat in Georgia, where he was con
victed of arson. He told a reporter that
he; would tell huu liifl story if he would
give him a hig watermellon. Ho ate
it with a rellaii before he died.
A t'i mot* Makkivok -A curious
fact in regard to tlit* mirriage of John
Ketnble, tii«* artor. told in " Bannis
ter* Memoir* Oue of the daughter*
of A uk KU' lord, formerly holding high
ortitv, but then living in retirement,
had fallen in lore with the graceful and
>howy actor im ri ly fnmi weing him «n
the *tage. K« mble «:»> sent tor l»y the
father, m Jul, to his astonishment. ae
quainted with the circumstance a. The
noble 1 »rd t<4d him fnrtlo rth t it was
in hi* pomer to do hiiu eitlur a gn-at
evil or a reat lator, aud th«t it he
would do the latter, by ivlievi««» him
from all apprehension of the lady's in
dulging her phm.tasy. and relieve him
effectually l>y marrying an) one ilm* f< r
whom he might have an attachment, his
wife *b<mld n-ctiv* a dower of £•"> wo.
KetnMc itmmdiat. iy |>roi»«,#ed to Mi!**
Brer« ton, a pivtty *< tr« in the coupa
ny, and the marriage ti*»k place with
out delay. Hut the amusing jwrt of the
tale is tliat the atHicted and
m> t s father instantly recovered his
"P»rits and l«»t hi* memor? <»n t*eir<g
applied to for his thousands be d<\lan-d
lh.it be had no recollection whatever of
the compact, nor any of the idea, fur
th« r than route gen» nil conversation on
such m.ttti r> # \vith the "verv intelligent
p« rs. u in question;" adding "that if
h« * :*> to p»y £'>,ooo for every whim ef
his daughter'« he tnu-' Ik- made poorer
than he ever intended to 1* " It is ln
litved KiiuUe never got a »hillling
frx ta th»' very sensitive nobleman, and
lor the rest of hi* life he attached a
new value to the vulgar etiquette of
and sealing beforehand, even
with the most plauaible of mankind.
SEATTLE. WASHINGTON TERRITORY, SATURDAY, AUGUST 26. 1576.
Th»: Pole Familt. —Aboct
an 1 Magdalen Polk, together
with their six sons aod two daughters,
***t *ail frf>m th : coonty Donegal, Ir*-
lat» i. fnr Antericn, and •ettle'l in the
then colony of Iv»r4 Baltimore and now
Swnr-r<*t rounty. M rrvland, at a place
now known as I>ane* Quarter. All the
Mti' marrUfl am) h«*ante the progeni
tor- of f.tartlieH Fr«»m one of
the son- the lata President
J-iniK Polk, General Thomas Polk,
"f Met'kleoburg fame, Lieu
tenant General Leoou!as Polk and
• ►ther*; frumi anothi r son. Governor
Ch irles T'olk, of Delaware, deceased, and
wn'»tk«*r. itn lateex-Girvernor Trus
ten PrHk, 4if Missouri. Fr<»m Rol>ert,
i the ifth ami of Robert aad Magdalen,
is dtisrended the artist. This Robert—
of Roliert and Magdalen—married a
i! i>>i Guillette. arid had a son Robert,
who nairriei! a Misw Peale, sister of
Charles Peale. the founder of Peale's
museum. The Utter Robert, father of
C'lmrle* Pcale Pidk, w as a distinguished
naval officer in the French war. and was
, murtallv wouude<i on lioard of his ship
S *>y » Splinter during a desperate engage-
I merit.— Potter $ American Monthly.
How MUCH?— A distinguished pro
| fessior in one of the theological seinina
; ries relates the following. Reiug in
i Germany with a red covered book in
his hand,.a German supposing the book
to be " Murray," asked in KnglUh if
he was an Englishman '? The profes
i *** replied in Gkrmau that he was not.
The conversation then turned an
object of agricultural beauty near at
■ hand, and in the course of which the
professor iacidentlv raised the questiou
of its ct*»t. " Sir." exclaimed the Ger
man instantly. " y» n are an American
'* 11 ow do you know thatrejoine«l
< the professor. " Sir" continued the
' German, striking an attitude and as
suuiiug a toue of great solemnity,
" upon the ressurrection morn, when
we stand before the great white
throne, the first questiou of every
American in the w hole assembly will
l>e, * How much did that throne cost Y' H
Another Opportunity for the Be-
lief of the Afflicted.
The Surgeons of the National Sur
fu ul Institute, located in Indianapolis ;
arifie Division, Alhambra Building,
Rush Street, San Francisco, have yielded
to the many urgent apjwal* from their
patron* and friends in Oregon and
Washington Territory and adjoining
regious, to visit Portland. The former
visit was highly satisfactory and en
couraging, many of the patients then
accepted for treatment l»eii<g now en
tirely cured, while nearly all are greatly
lametiitt dand iua fair way of recovery.
Three or more of the Surgeons will be
at the Cosmopolitan Hotel, in Portland,
Oregon, from Monday, the 28th day of
August, until Saturday, the 2d Septem
ber. 187<5, six days inclusive.
They will have with them a great
variety of surgical apparatus, applianc
ex. etc, and couipeteut workmen to
change, tit, and mako such apparatus
as ni»y lw r«qi red. Thep will ootpe
es|»t lally prepared to treat all surgical
case*; Paralysis, all kinds of deformities
of the Faoe, Spine and Limbs, Diseased
Joint*, Diseased Eyes, Catarrh, Private
Disease*, Piles. Fistula, etc. All who
wish to avail themselves of the advan*
tages of the Institute, without the long
journey to San Francisco or Indianapo
lis, should do so at this time. No cases
will he undertaken without a fair hope
of relief. It is needless to say that tne
institution is entirely responsible, and
the largest aud most popular of the
kind in America, curing thousands an
nually. Remember the time and place,
and come early. JJT Send to the In
stitute for circular.
CFT¥
L. DILLEB, Proprietor.
iDsmaw to f. W. Snyder. I
KILL BUUBKT, SEATTLE.
Csaaf all| m lUad Um
CHOICEST MEATS
AND
..ALSO..
CORKED BEEF IND PORK.
SMOKER MEATS,
MI SOitSNA
SAVSASES,
HEAO-CHEESE,
T■ I E . ETC
Fanny Lake
J. a HILL, Mister,
WUt «ara Seattle for
;SNOHOMISH CITY
Every Thursday, and K<> tu ru
in £ on Saturday— Stopt iag each
war al all mtenncdiAte Landing*
m. €». CP- JE'•
OUTI BiAura
jenßAjßlkk Lod«a, Jla. i- b»m«b
* rmr * WKD9KSDAI
mcnata S»TH o'clock,
ta ta« Miaak all.
MaKbeva of Uc order at* tarl»s4 to iMal
By«vt«altoa J- «
MISCELLANEOUS
noAVm
for
Sale or Hire
Apply at
ltbiasM'9 Skip Yard.
PmUm am W audited wttk row or aall boats,
wt >.* wit mi «u to ckiqc.
Wm. W. ROBINSON.
A. MACKINTOSH.
Notary Public and Conveyancer,
Real Estate and Tax Agent.
Haa* romptete Abstract of Title to all Ltada
■ Eiug Cuun ty. Will attend to the purchase and
sale of Lands anywhere on Pujjet S«>uud. Special
attention paid to Transfer of Real Estate and
Payment of Taxes. Patronage oolicited and satis
faction guaranteed.
ut MUI Mrset, nearly opposite tbe ••Oc-
Idettal Hotel."
G. W. BULLENE,
Practical and theoretical]
IXGOSIB aid MACHINIST'
Front Street, Seattle, W. T.
Is prepared to do all kinds ot*
oteamlx>at,
wii and
Ziosging camp
Work
m m r
Iron, Brass, Steel or other Metals.
All kinds of . Blacksmith work done
to order.
T. ,P. FREEMAN
Has Just removed to bis new store on Mill street.
Opposite Occident si Hotel, where
AXl'THlNtt RST IIRS LIKE.
AS GOOD AS THE BEST AND
CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST,
henceforth be procured.
JIBS 4 CO
Importers ol
GAS
FIXTURES,
STEAM AXI»
Vittlnfls
BRIVS GOODS, &C.
I P. ANDREWS & CO.
STOVES, TIN WAKE,
HOUSE FURNISHING
HARIWARE
All work pertaining to the t busu»e*s
joDt tt short notice, wd in a
Workman-like Manner.
in «nur. ■i«m ViiaoMM m
mo.
SEATTLE, W. T. mIS-Urn
MISCELLANEOUS.
PAINT SHOrA STORE
C. OR DEW AX.
Kill Stiwi, opposite Occta<*&tal
hKATTIB, W. T.
CARRIAGE, RIM, ANR
ORNAM E KTA L.
PAIN TING.
AI JO
HOI NR PAI^TIXti,
it short notice and reasonsblt rttM
LIVEKV STABLE
Cor. of Main & First Streets
W. H. BOW, Proprietor.
HORSES, HUGO IKS, CARRIAGES,
WAGONS and SADDLE HORSES
Kept for hire IIon>e» bought and sold. Hay
and Oraiu, of a snpert.*r qnahty, always on band.
SUKN frombi* KUblr tYunei't twice a
day with the lake Wicihiutfton steamer fur the
Seattle Coal Mine.
WORK OXEN
Good and well-broke Oxen
At Smith's Cove, three miles
below Seattle.
■r mm je '.m mm rwj
AND
€oinmi(»sioii HUM! net***
Messrs. McCallister k McCarly
OWNERS OK
Barge Champion
HAVE EREOTED A WAREIIOrsE OSTONE 8
A Burnett' tWbarf. in this City, where tbey
will Wboleesle and Retail
All Kinds of Produce !
Flour and Feed, Hay and (train. Vegetable*
Fruit, Chicken*, etc.
Terms Strictly Ca*h,
MOOR K & €0
dealers in
Freah and Halted
MEATS
and » general assortment of
C^vocevlcm
Also, the best brands of
CIGARS AND TOBACCOS.
0 mer of Third & Union Btreets. Seattle.
WISCONSIN HOUSE,
Mill Street, between Ist anil 2«1,
Seattle, W. T.
J. MHONVILLE, Proprietor.
Bo*rd p*r W*ek |«.»
Mf»i« 35c.
Ye Strangers
and all who feel weak and
want to be restored !
Know Te!
That you can have your spir
its resuscitated, and the inner
man satisfied, by calling at
the
POSIT»BEFIISIISIT1Q01
WHERE
StoalsJS, Cliops,
VLtl »li Lfc* d*lli<-M*«a vf tt« ar* »»r*. *-> iis
Um W(t X«« York
■ €•«" Cr^am
bv the Glass, and supplied to Parties
and sent in quantities to any pla**
where there x» steam communication.
Fresh Msdr iaudies,
Aod Ml AMort&«tkt of
FINE OABLBS
Cuasteetly oc h*i.d Wtddtaf CMktm aukd* to or
dm on Uk« »b-.n«sl Mrtlc*. Bail Sappers sad
PwlksnppliMi
M«r inh. i<6
.MISCELLANEOUS
Crawford & Harrington.
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS
S E -A. T X IL. E, IK7\ T.,
Have on hand a large and well assorted Mock of goods in
their line, consisting of Foreign and Domestic
Hardware and Cutlery
Iran and HI eel, assorted.
Blacksmith and Carpenter .Toelt*,
Agricultural and Mining implement*,
Crockery and f* hut*ware, Paint* & Oil*
Ilemp and Manilla Cordage, (iroceriesand Provisions, Wines,
Liquors, Etc.
AGENTS FOR THE
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF LONDON, AC.
CT TALROT COAL, FOR CITY TRADE, FOR SALE FROM WHARF
CRAWFORD & HARRIGTON.
BEATTLE, W. T., July Ist, 1573.
TV KM r r vii K
r
D R IT STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
I>rujp«, Patent M<*dieine*, Chetiiifaltt, Kte.
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded. Also Dealer in Wines,
Liquors, kc.
Ollbh US FROM ABROAD SOLICITED.
II B. XADDOCXB.
8e»ttl«. Jauuarjr 3, 1874.
IH»nU-r« in
jl mm
Gents' Furnishing Goods
Seattle Brewery,
CORNER MILL k FOURTH STRKKTS, SKATTLB,
SLOJIAH & CO.
Proprietors, and. Brewer® of
SUPERIOR ALE, PORTER
And the only
Genuine Beer
Made in Washington Territory.
40, Our Bottled Ale and Porter i« equal, if not Mipe
rior, to any foreign brand.
J. F. MORR
Druggist & Apothecary,
IV hotenaie and Hetmii•
traiDfircial Street, Seattle f.T
SION--OITY DRUG «TOHEI
GO TO
Bean & White's
NEW GROCERY STORE.
OS FliuMT HTUEET, If you wauttbe
Worth of your Money.
Tlyy kr«p a tari(« ai/S »t<* kof
Groceries
School Books, StatioNm
AND NOTIONS,
art t Lt only bouiMi la whrrc you
cau grt lb*
Alden Dried Apples, Pears,
Plums, Corn. Onions, E'.
TL*J limit k««p roMta&t;jr o«i faatl
Ch"Jiped Fit J, JluUiiA'JS, Short*,
bran, H'AccU, Oats, Ktr.
EASTWICK, MORRIS ft CO.
Civil bik! Miniug
EHSr oikts HH».
(Uuuii N'j. 6. # .rueti i INtMttntf,)
( ui.<»Mintrtial 4 H'aaMnftm *•«•!<.
s»-attlr. Waab Territory.
<>«al and n(fiT mlD*ril lau-ta wl Bitn»a l Hf'
t»)«d. tiaiuibwl. atul re|M>rt«tl upon. Plant ud
t*tiu>at«« f>r lutuiun tmprovwnruta furulabwl
Mtoott- '(i W> laftd aur«*r». a*.<l lo tb«
l ocation of rtij lot* and blorlu. Mai* ai. t draw,
tnga nt«wbax»i> »Ky |to». 1J 1§76.
FOR THE CHOICEST
Imported Cigars
AMU
OO TO
FBED. BARKER'S,
Cufiifr Mill »nJ CoQinierciil St*
JyU-lf
NO. 71.

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