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THE DAILY INTELLIGENCER,
VOL. I.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
it S MrOtiat, 1 C. H
jirtrtd kVUtnmy \
■t vmuict. w. T. J
MCONAHA & HINFORO,
ntmmey»-*t - t*awe, so tin tor«
in Chancery and frtrttri
Im •idmirnity.
1 •» ricm —Commercial Street, comer
Waahington, Seattle, W. T.
Itmm MCXACOWT. J ohm IJUII
HcNAUOHT & LEAHY,
I TTORSRY s -AT- LAW, SOLICI
TOUS IS CHASCKRT, dt PROC
TORS IN ADMIRALTY.
Will prvUr* in fib* bt«trt<-t Mvi
ruutU.
Mr |/try will *1 »• Mt«nttoo V- €<>l
i»rtt >tM. Cutivryaottag. Ac , also to the
Mnl of H»»" K»Ut*
!«?». frtf
f.|. Warn L B JixM
WHITE &l NASH.
M. Ww w *: :K «,
Seattle, Wa/shingtou Terr'y.
OFFII :K.—DISPATCH BUI LDIN G
9 f DtSVISoW ■. L. »U»i *i*l'
DENNISON * BLANCHARD,
attorneys-at-l.aw AND
Prttftors in Admiralty.
a/"Olllr* it Fi-rt T"wu*'nil, Wuthlngt"*: "'rrrl
•tj.
D P. JENKINS,
SEATTLE, W. T.,
i TTOHSK Y-A T-LA W, SOLICITOR
IS CHANCKRY, ASD PROCTOR
IS ADMIRALTY. mh2l
ItVM MrNuuST. O.M.HuiJa
XeN'AI'UHT A; IIALLKK,
Attorneys & Counsellors at Law,
PORT TOWHSEHD, W. T.
W. R. ANDREWS,
A TTORNEY-AT-LAW,
arill (irwllct to all lb* Courts uf Record In tli»
Taiihifjr.
nrtii ut IBTUI'S »eii4»i»«i, erroarra occi
urmi, SSATTUI, w. T.
C M.BRADSHAW,
Ji 11 mr«iey-a t-JL a w,
POUT TOWNBRND, W. T.
lon J. Mcflam, Taos, mmai
MrtHYRA 4 BtlßkE,
ATTOBSKYB-AT-LAW,
S BATTLE, W. T.,
tlil rtUu.l to bustn MS In alt parts of tb# Ter
ritory.
HENRY X. HATHAWAY,
COLLEf TOR,
J lARTtOVLAK ATTItNTION OIVKM TO
kwtloa of ilsbts. Tum lalJfm Nuo Hh-
M«nU ft** of Charge.
OAva with W. M. YORK. A«orit»-y st lukw,
W. T. Olio.tf.
ORS. k. IH. B. BAGLEY,
iioMtropathiMt*,
SEATTLE, W. T.
OH M. B RAOI.ET. LATE rEOFEIWOK Of
Prlai'lulM IIKI Prst-llcn of Hurg»r)- iu th«
MlrMgtn « •atrml MeJiral will iu»k*
Htirg«»ry »i»it Surgical UliouNit •«K,l*l
- and will attend to rails ta say part of the
kwht. <ll9
DR. G. A. WEED,
SI'KUEON AND PHYSICIAN,
SEATTLE. W. T.
DR. JOHN BAKER,
riii-jicixr K iriiteo.r.
OL I H R~.ONM>SCUI BTUST, crroarr* T«B
•Ana Etwu—
DR.G.V.C.4LHOIN>
Sonttlo, W. TP.
Oiks K«. t, Dlaptlck Buitdlk|, Oed-
Awttl Hotel.
DENTISTRY.
1. 0 ORAM*. rtNTIST. or
1m la Mob* k BuraeU'a S»w CUuM
lU| I-N v\>«U»«rt-I»l WT»H All »'TT
|ur»BtM4. ul
CM J. S. MAGGS,
Dontlst,
O F FIC K, MILL BTKK KT.
•»W feUUla msv) HWDM( EAST OF OC
CIDESTAL HOTEL. f2*
M. H. WEED
ARCHITECT t BUILDER.
p«r4»rj I. (erenh FLAXS in 4 SJ'FO
»*tCATtoya f,«» VuilJit • in ail iu breach#*
»tSt l»l« »-0e1r%.-W. ic . •a^rtulrnd
OITtC« UVK» VOUHUX-S DRl'd UTt KX
W T., Man* Utk. Ml*.
ISAAC A. PALMER,
A*elaitwt,
SEATTLE. W. T.
%a f*r»Uh Pl-Alt* tad SPICIFt
y***" WlU>l*o la ail Himm. hJ
«wia*?a4 t Wtr Mrflnrtk*. ilMlt
Way-notea of a Trip Down tho
Coast
Ar Ska. Aug 11. isTtf
Promptly at 7 ocl >ck on the m« rn
mjr '»f ?h 9th the I) k »*. i f i»t ; f'n. ii
th' - btuti'i ■ '<lt. \\ » f'*u i>j i g'ii) |-
ly wi'i very «-tb
***ngrf» «r. Iciirl Tin* Oijiupid delf
gation iq' tii'i ! M ir»h ii 111 i .in *it J ft.u
iiv t!*— Alb ' •», t'i t Mi-- A i« n,
Mr. C«»ult«*r an i wife, Mr- Warlm-*.
Mine Warba«a and oth rs. Marly twenty
in all, vxbc >1 i J r the < • n''?in al
and other-. f*r ( alif >rfii* Among th<-
re«t w.*re I>r. W«t>h, front 80-ton, (ten
Howard. K« v M r Van An l.t, and
wife, of Rom*; Citv, «ud George ii
M of Seattle.
Mi* reached port To* on the
afternoon of Thursday, hut did not
stop long enough to interview tin* tow n.
From a ruuj> we ->t w unmis
takable >igns of prosperity of the Port
of Kiitry, in the number and quality of
new building* to IH* seen and the gen
eral air of tlirift apparent in the
citv.
Casting oiT we head til across the
Straits, but before getting out <>t sight,
a green bout was observed pulling oIF
towards us for dear life and makii g
ugnaU for us to >top, which we did,
and ley tu until the mysterious green
bout pulled alongside. It was soon
discovered to be t>ro|»ell<d l>y a c*ni])!e
of dtout lor.g-shoremcn and the helm!
was presided over with nonchalant dig
nity by « lanky, succulent individual,
looking twenty five ye»rs uf age,
r*th» r/'i'/v in appearance. in a straight
backe<l "jj-aiisy" c« at, denims overalls
and cow huh' boots outside, and an an
tique sombrero, which in br >ad-riuimad
umbrageuuMii'M was all that u sage
brush atq>um could desxire This gen
tleman, whom for want of his real name
which w» didn't ascertain, we will eall
" Kaintuck," proved to be an individual
who had l»een observed to get on board,
steerage, at Seattle, and managed to be
out of the way when the boat left
Tuwnsend. lie languidly sig.jithal his
desire to come aboard, which with nil
deference, was complied with, and the
green boat put back fur the port. But
anon, another discovery was made.
When the regular tinr came to be tuade
about mid htraits, Kaintuck notified
the uflinT that he hud neglected the lit
tle formula of procuring a ticket at Se
attle and was not disposed to accede to
what he considered the purser's cxtor
tionate demands. In vain, however,
did be reason on the subject. The ofti
cer* were dull and could view the mat
ter onljr in a very »•«•■«' *•«*»*
Either ba must j.ungle down the
usual fare or go ashore, lie proposed
as a compromise to pay l»er cent of ;
the whole amount. No go. At length
not to .stand on trifles and to show his
conciliating disposition he would pay
6*»s per cent and call it square. Strange
to say, he could not effect an under
standing on that basis. Finally (he
didn't care to go back) he had lift I* is
purse behind, but would pay the tull
score when he reached 'Frisco. There
were men down in 'Frisco who wouldn't
begrudge fifty dollars, rather tha.i not
have him come down this trip. Still
his eloquence and logic produced no ef
fect on our impracticable in iriners.
Kvidently he wvis wasting his powers '
on inappreeiative and prejudiced minds.
They »eem<'d indisposed tovttect an ac
commodation on any kind of terms
Kaiuiuck was marched to the gangway,
and a boat swung down from the davits.
Fortunately, the Kli/u Anderson
passing up at the time, just in
We signaled her and she came up, ttuis
saving our return to Poit Townseiid, as
an alternative of putting him down in
the middle of the Striits, or one of its
I»iands When directed to get into the
Ut*t he mildly but firmly insisted ou his
right to be put ni. "For," >aid he, "you
hadn't lat to U« so snnptiouswith a
frllnr anyhow. I'd a borried the money
<f you'd enly a given me a little more
time at Tnwiwend." Before his req
uirement* in this regard could be
complied with. another cause if
delay aroae. His baggage iuu>t
'be hu'ted up and re-ship|»ed too
This at length, was (ill found, and com
fortably * uibai ked lu the b>at along
with its owner As he shoved ctf,
sadly, but not m wrath, Kaintuck
waved compliments to the officer
in charge and called out. "Good-bye,
[ Cap. be sure to call on me, w hen you
: eome out to Idt yhoe." Such ineideuts,
' though trivial enough. }*r *c. Serve to
divert the tedium of a sea voyage.
We Uy at tin* do* k in
htrlnu t» i»VW* k in the evening
until 1 o'cknk Thw>day. Tb««» there
w»r<r t>ut two British \var-ves«el< a!
that station, tha gun*Umt Ki*k»t and
the Kantoiue the Atiii thy-t having
departed to C iiviv the Canadian
Governor General up from S»n Ft»i-
The uiutt »t ive object >
around Ksquiiualt «r»* Msveral ui* v si\e
pile* of heavy st«>el rails— 5,000 tons .n
all—de-tilted to be laid U|K>n the (.'in
itiau IVitic Kail rotui The British
Columbians seem to entertain a grim
r«*>lution lliat this road fh*il **? built
m the near future, or tb»y will with
<ii•« from the ft»nWt'r*hon of ti>e
Dominion. which may mean annexation
to the l*nit«d I*t;tt«s, or the isolation
of the former statu*. Iho movement,
at luciat t* fraught with Jeep -iirmti
cenee a* Ik artiig ujk>u the future dea
tini « and development of that portion
oj our
A Uikl •'Twice a.< Svali. Tom
Tm MB A large number of physi
ctant went to Tony l'a-tor » Tti«"a?er
y eat erday to the Mexican via art.
Luna Zarate. They meaaurvd her. and
ascertained her height to be twenty-one
invhea, her feet three itu he* l<»ng, her
leg* below the knee four inches iu eir*
cuniterence, and her hands ati inch and
a quarter broad. Her mother. who is
robust at.d of medium sue. lays that
Lucia is twelve years old. Her face i>
older than that. Her feature* are
>pant*h and her complexion dark. Her
activity it inceasant. r»he played pranks
with the |»hy*tc»ai • and talked fast in
SEATTLE. WASHINGTON TERRITORY, TUESDAY, AUGUST 29. 1876.
Sp*:.;«h. stepped into a high silk
h%t. couched down, and was out of
f»;gbt excepting her bead. She sqtt©eze»3
one of b*-r pliable little hands through
a rather Ur*e ringer ring. The hand o1
an adult made in ample seat f>r ber.
standing a chair, snd holding to ths
back of it. her ti« rs struck the -paces
in th*? carit- work—lu.it>* that just ad
mitti-d tiie i«4<*4g«* uf a -mail penhol
d« r. She »»»s not weighed, hut bet
weight i« «aid to be five p«unds; and,
poi.*» d it. the hand, «he does not seem
-r clothing is comically
-mall. tLo Jgh intended for a doll,
'h* sho<-s and stockings especially
heing toy-like. Tom Thuuih ha*
grown appreciably sh ce he was exhibi
ted by Bin.am, but when be tirst as
tonished the public be was twice a*
I as Lueia, and hn w»s then about
h'-r present Hge. She has not grown
any, her mother snys, since she w;.s a
) e »r old —A*. ]'. .Sua.
MATTHEW WALL, of Braughing,
II« rts, nearly three hundred years ago,
left to the Stratford viutr and to the
l>arish clerk of ilal ling bury Sd. each
yearly, for proclaiming on each Ascen
sion aud Michaelinaa Day " that he left
his estate to » Matthew or William
Wall as long as the world Ah>mld en
dure He left 5H*. to the minister aud
church wardens of Hnlliugbary for
seeing to the due carrying-out of his
directions. llow lar the testator's in
structions are now observed it not told ;
but we read of another, one Phillip
Shelley, a goldsmith, who, in 1703, left
i'H> per annum, for ever, to poor
maimed soldiers. This sum still con
tinues to be distributed—generally
among the Chehea pensioners. We
read, likewise, of a Sussex jodv fellow
named Coojier, who in 1621, left lo*.
yearly to the j*>or of Sliuford for "a
drinking," and st. to the churcb war
dens and overseers, " to drink withal
themselves." The poor of that parish
now receive the whole of the money ou
( hristmas Day. and wish peace to the
joyous soul from whom it comes to them.
Some good souls in London were wiser
in their generation, and funds for light
ing cunites and hanging them up in
lanterns in dark dungerous places near
the river, or up at St. Paucras, and
otlier localities then also dark and dan
gerous.
Rksi mino. —l hey looked sad, aud
doubtless tclt so, as they stood tip
against the horse-rack.
" l imes is hard!" sighed one.
"Wuss than Confcderit!" the other
respondt-d.
"An' work's too exhaustin'!'
" Hit draws a man down pjw
„rfi«if r
"I never did see motief
get a fist on!"
" Yas. hit's skarscr'n hen's teeth."
" Hut Fve got one fifty-celt note left,
you bet."
•' All, well; I haint."
" Let's soak her down for drinks !"
" Now, that's aouns gumtihin' like
rcfutmshin of bizness, that do!'
And they hid themselves behind the
b;ir screen.— Atlanta Constitution.
Another Opportunity for the Re-
lief of the Afflicted.
Tho Surgeons of tho National Sur
gical Institute, located iu Indianapolis;
Pari fir Division, Alhambra Building,
Push Stieet, San Francisco, have yielded
to the many urgent appeals from their
natrons and friends in Oregon and
Washing! oa Territory and adjoiuing
reginus, to visit Portland. The former
visit was highly satisfactory and en
couraging. many of the |>atients then
accepted for treatment I>eii»g now en
tirely cured, while nearly all are greatly
U'lictittid and in a fair way of recovery.
Three or more of the Surgeons will be
at the Cosmopolitan Hotel, iu Portland,
Oregon, from Monday, the 2Nth day of
August, until Saturday, the 2d Septem
ber. 187t», six days inclusive.
They will hare with them a great
\ar.ety of surgical apparatus, applianc
es, etc , and competent workmen to
change, tit, and make such ap[«aratus
a» in*y be r«quir<*d. Thcp will come
• specially prepare*! to treat all surgical
cases: P*r»lys»s, all kinds of deformities
of the Fisce, Spine and Limbs, Diseased
Joints, Diseased Eyes, Catarrh, Private
Diseases, 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 -hould do so at this time. No cases
will l*e undertaken without a fair hope
relnf It is needless to say that the
institution is entirely responsible, and
th<- laigtst ami most popular of the
kind iu America, curing thousands an
nually. Remember the time and place,
and come early, fry Send to the In
stitute for circular.
L. DILLKK. Proprietor.
to F. V. S&ydtf.)
MILL STREET, SEATTLE.
Coastaatlf aa Hand the
CHOICEST MEATS
AND
VBQBT A TITiTiIS
.. ALSO ..
CORNED BEEF AND PORK.
SMOKES MEATS,
PORK and BOIOONA
SAUSABES,
HEAD-CHEESE,
Tiipi.ne
MISCELLANEOUS
mm *>
for
Sale or Hire
Apply at
R»biß<wii's Ship Yard.
PaHt<s raa h» •upplie-* with row or Mil bo*£&.
wi >• «n**u J »» TUC'ixrjit.
W*. W. RuBINSoN.
A. MACKINTOSH.
Votary Public and Conveyancer,
Heal Estate and Tax Agent.
Hat a complete Ahsi<-act .if Title to all Landa
n Ktn< County. WiU »tte id to the purchase md
•ale of Land*-nywhere < n Paget S<*und. Special
attention paid to Transfer cf Real Estate and
Payment of T»»«-s Patr >uage solicited and satis
faction guaraMet-d.
Office on Mill street, nearly opposite the"Oc.
Ideutal Hotel."
G. W. BULLENE,
Practical and theoretical,
ENGINEER Hi MACHINIST'
M&
Front Street, Seattle, W. T.
Is prepared to do all kinds of
Steamboat,
Mill and
Logging oamp
W oris.
Iron, Brass, Steel or otler Metals.
All kinds of Blacksmith work done
to order.
9nen:o'Wji
T. P. FREEMAN
«*«>«» .
AX V Tlll.Xi IX II IN LINK,
AS GOOD AS THE BEST AND
CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST,
KTCan henceforth IK- procured.
ANDREWS & CO
Importers ol
GAS
FIXTURES,
STEAM AM> OAS
BR \SS GOODS, &(-.
I P. ANDREWS Si (0.
STOVES, TIN WA HE,
HOUSE FURNISHING
HARDWARE
JOB WORHL.
Ail work pertaining to the buuueta
done at short notice, and in a
Workman-like Manner.
ooKvnrtAji mxxr. wamrxjto* *«>
auxv.
SEATTLE. W. T. mIJ-im
MISCELLANEOUS.
PAINT SHO? A STORE
By
t. OK l> KM AX.
Mill Street, opposite Occid<at*l
SEATTLE, IT. T.
CARRIAGE, SIM, AND
ORNAMENTAL
PAiNTma.
ALSO
HOISE PAIXTIXfi,
it short notice MIJ reasonable rats*
lilVEIIl' STABLE
Cor. of Main & First Streets
W. 11. BOW, Proprietor.
HOUSES, BI'GOIES, CARRIAGES,
WAGONS ami SADDLE HOUSES
Kept for hire Horses bought and sold. Hay
and Grain, of a superior qnalttv, always on hand.
W Stages fromhii Stable connect twice a
day with the ItU Wsshintfton steamer fur the
Seattle Coal Miue.
WORK OXEN
Good anil well-broke Oxen
At Smith's Cove, three miles
below Seattle.
M? ■« .K ■. ft ** V
AND
Commission BuHineMm
Messrs. Mr('allister k McCarty
OWNKBs nw
B a rgc Champion
I TATE ERECTED A WAREHOUSE ONTONK S
lIA Burnett* •Wharf, in this City, whrr* they
will WhuleuaU- and Retail
All Kinds of Produce !
Flour and Fwd, Hay and drain. Vegetables
Fruit, Chicken*, etc.
B&*f Termn St rift ly
MOORE & CO
dealers in
Frewli and Salted
MEATS
ami a general assortment of
€j4 JL ®m
Also, the btst brands of
CIGARS AND TOBACCOS.
0 rner of Third & Union Street*, Be*ttle.
WISCONSIN HOUSE,
Mill Strnet, between l«t and 2d,
Seattle, W. T.
J. McCONVI LLE, Proprietor.
jwr Week UM
M.»U Me.
Ye Strangers
and all who feel weak and
want to be restored !
Enow Te!
That you can have your spir
its resuscitated, and the inner
man satisfied, by calling at
the
riTMiEiißiimiiii
W HE HE
Steals, Chops,
A...1 *ll tfc. f the iw r, *rt a«r?<-d to
ibr New York «t}U.
■ C.- m'C na.
\,y the Glass, and supplied to Parties
and sent in quantities to any j>la«-e
where there is »t« am communication.
Frfsh Made Gaudies,
And %a A** PUK«t* of
FIXE OASSS
OoMteBtl; f>u tAiid. We*!<Mng Ctktt to or
Am ~>a the »h u rtcat L«Uc». BaU bat>|Mn and
P*rU<« sappaetl.
Mu Uih. ICI-
Crawford &Harrington
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS
SEATTLE, "W. T.,
Have on hand a largo and well assorted stock- of goods in
their line, consisting of Foreign and Domestic
Hardware and Cutlery
Iron and Steel, assorted.
Blacksmith and Carpenter Tools,
Agricultural and Mining Implements.
Crockery and Glassware, Faints A Oils
Hemp and Manilla Cordage, Groceries and Provisions, Wines,
Liquors, Etc.
AGENTS FOR THE
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF LONDON, &C.
PT TALBOT COAL, FOR CITY TRADE, FOR SALE FROM WHARF
CRAWFORD & HARRIGTON.
SEATTLE, W. T., July l.t, 1875.
m M: m wiiC
D R IT G-jll STORE,
M. R. MAX>Z>OCKB y
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
I>rag«, Patent Medicines, Chemical*, Etc.
Proscriptions Carefull}' Compounded. Also Denier in Wines,
Liquors, &c.
OHDKh'S FROM ABROAD HOLICITKD.
K R. HADDOCKS.
B«s*ttle. January S. 1874.
in
ciiOTiii i«r■»
Gents' Furnishing Goods
Seattle Brewery,
CORNER MILL & FOURTH STREETS, SKATTLE,
SLORAH & CO.
Proprietors, and Browora of
SUPERIOR ALE, PORTER
And the only
Genuine Lager Beer
Made in Washington Territory.
Bottled Ale and Porter is equal, if not supe
rior, to any foreign brand.
J. F. MORRILL,
Druggist & Apothecary,
IV holeuale a nd Retail.
jEjb Commercial Street, Seattle W.T.
810-N—OXTY DHUO- «TORB
B. W. HOVBY. W. W. BARKER.
HOVEY & BARKER,
DEALERS [N
General Merehandwe,
CORNER OP COMMERCIAL AND MUX BTREETS.
SEATTLE, "W. T.
An Gfroodß At tviii Batatollwbmonl
are of first rate quality,
I
AND WILL BE BOLD AS LOW AS AT ANY OTHER HOUSE
IN THE CITY.
i Good* delivered to anj j>art of the City f-'te of tl * {>'• aplO-tf
MISCELLANEOUS
NO. 78.

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