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THE DULY INTELLIGENCER.
• DAVID im.' 'INS. TilF. nilf.Y IXTEIXICIXCCI u f»»rj mornliic. Sre4*yi»i --r J MX] »Gt>»rr!r<-T* is ti* ty. at *.l ffiU »<*k. p*ja*»l* to tb* «Jarr-.rr . « ;.:»« I« r»tst* l-T a&& :H). SI •».««» H. a<l*azi**. THE WI IKM IXTr.l.tl«E*l Ei. •Ti'! * p*i!*r : -sraai of W«t*tn Vaak inrV/n, wjt- ih<* <lr nl»t. <b r.f 4/17 f»wr !'i t!;" T«""r!t'.(rjr. J« t tU 'ViUig. T«fns« Tl»re* Dollar* par and ni! ia tdvai.c* . rH(,'nl»',|l.W. Nr. K. « . WARD U c*»r doly anth'/tlnxd A|f»r.t f-r th« 11411. Y I*TrXIJ4iEI« KB. witli whom arr»r,g«tc»tjU may b« nuada tor l»a /l«-.tTery *aj~*u*ir* in tt» flty and at dJßer*-nt I ru Maraud the JVnind, lad to whim payment* on ac< '/njit of aubecnptl/na may ba I:.kd<'. Count}' and City Official PITHS. Monday, Sept. 11, 1876. 8 A VINOS. One of the principal characteristics that distinguishes the master from tha servile nations of mankind, is tha vir tue of providence and foresight. People may be erer so diligent and prosperous while in health, but if they either hare not faculty or opportunity for laying by a portion of their current gains against a rainy day, they arc liable, sooner or later, to cotue to grief. The savings banks in Eastern and California cities are a great conrenience to the industrious poor, and a great po litical benefit. Statistics show that tha deposits in these institutions are vastly on the increase, and show a correspond ing advance of the lower and middle classes in the scale of comfort, rirtue, intellicence and value. Facts also show that those cities where these institutions are established and f*atronized are those which draw and hold trade and grow most r ipidly irrespective of natural ad. for commerce. It would be a good thing if our work ing |>coplo in this city and throughout the Sound generally—those who hava Mated incomes, ami indeed all who have incomes at all—would devote their attention more earnestly to the object of accumulation. In the case of people who <lo this, a« a general rule, lull* that are incurred arc paid with luoro certainty and promptness, and the ins of it large future expenditure is npidly increased Their earnings in still of being Mattered and forevor gone are at once set to work to earning more income for their investors in the of interest. K"« s out in retail for groceries, bard w ire, dry.good* and the thousand and one little necessaries of life and busi nrs-t, which ought, in a great measure, t•» 1m mixed and made hero instead of u!»r« tad. lii flu*h time* a large population com on in, and an outward drain of spe eio is Kit in motion for their sustenance, whi< h in times of reaction and slack ning market*. causes monetary strin gency and hard times until business quickens up again. A careful ays tem of local savings, in connection with a general disposition to foster manufactures by patronizing home pro ductions and industry as n.nch as prac ticable, would tend to tide us over such periods much more smoothly than is otherwise possible. Much may always be accomplished in any field by determined effort with a purpose. Nearly every industries per son can, by careful attention to the sub ject, lay hj a (smsiderabl amount of mrings, and bank it. TELEGRAPHIC CALUOIKIA. SAN FHA.NCIBCO, Sept. 9. —The oolt stake f>r three year olds, best three in Ave, to harness, was trotted for yester day. over the Oakland couree. There were CICACU nominations, the entrance being one hundred dollars each; only three, however, put in appearance. C S. Crittenden's Oypsj Davis; Dennis* itamons, Isaac Davis; and L. J. Koss' Daisye. There was a fair attendance, betting spirited and race excellent, lsaa«- M.>M in tha pools for SSO; Gypsey Davis, 35, and Daisy e. for #'JO, a short time before the start After the first heat, however, ilypsey was the favorite throughout the contest. and won three straight heats. Time, 4 7 l t , 245 and 44. Isaac, second. This waa tha best three-rear old race ever trotted in the State oj California, and by far the l>est which has been trotted anywhere this vtar. SAN FRANCISCO, Sept a.—lt had been j.'ireu out that to-day would be a leiral 1; »lulav, and :i prx* tarnation to t!,*t rflVt t had been drawn up, and onlj awaited the *T.iveruor's signature. ID the meantime it suggested that is many jv»rtio«> of the State no kuowl edge w! the fa«t could p»*&it»ly be re- CviTtd at *» late an lunir, and that bus i».« might l»e wriously affactrd. It therefore decided to tuppreee the proclamation t'on sequent ly :he!-auks, nuirt*. j-t.x k':»oord!> and other places ot t'u>sn» v will be open as u*ual during the morning There i* a general dis play v( bunting alxut the <ity. The weather i- all that could be wished for The regatta will c i me off tbi* after noon, and considerable interr*t is nun. »fi-ted in the result of the nice. -VI• tboogfc the weather is wim there it a ' Sue t*ef re on the bay. The smallpox again made its appear ance in the city prison this mr rniag, mild ft vigorous prices* of disinfection is being followed. XAXTKDI IT AT *4. CHARLESTON, Sept 8, Midnight.— The city is perfectly qaiet. The street* are patrolled !>y detach merits, while the dubs* meeting of colored Democrats are held under the protection of an armed guard of whites. There was no dis turbance. PHILADELPHIA Sept. B.—The cases j of the tug boat masters, charged with ! being accessories to the killing in the > merit prize-fight of Kastor. came up on a writ of habeas corpus this morning, but, at the request, of (lor. Hartranft were deferred one week to allow him an opportunity to examine m ore fully into the matter. There is a great attendance at the Exhibition, this being a 2-5 oect day. Niw YORK, Sept. 9.—Traphagaa, M enter & Co., clothiers, on the Bowery, hare suspended; caused by nnlucky in vestments and the lata hard times. The business of the firm continues at present under the direction of creditors. Niw LEBANON, N. Y., Sept. 9.—Mo tes 3. Tilden, brother of Gov. Tilden, died this moaning. WAauiKQTO*, Sept. 9 —lnquiry at the State Department, neither confirms or denies the reported arrest of William M. Tweed. LAOOMIA, N. H., Sept. 9.— Belknap's Mills, idle tor three years, will resume soon under the name of Laconia Mills. NEW YORK, Bept. 9.— The railroad ticket agents in Con rent ion, to-day, made a reduction of ten per cent, on the present rates on continent tickets to New York and Philadelphia from all points west of Chicago and St. Louis. This makes in all a reduction of 35 per cent, from regular rates. HARRISIIURO, Pa., Sept. 9.— General Sherman and Secretary Cameron left here this afternoon on a tour of inspec tion west. WASHIJIQTOW, Sept. 9.— No informa tion has been received at the Navy De partment in regard to the reported mu tiny on board the United States frigate Franklin, at Leghorn, on the Bth inst. On the contrary, the Nary Department has a dispatch from Rear Admiral Wor den, on board the Franklin, dated Spaz zia, Sept. Bth, showing the vessel was at that place instead of at Leghorn. The officials at the Nary Department are inclined to doubt the truthfulness of the telegram in the Paris Figaro. CHICAGO, Sept. 9. •In acoordancc - I- .A—» awx <ar?**ntq of coal companies here, by their man agers, who met in Convention at Erie, Pennsylvania, yesterday, prices on all kinds of coal have been reduced to t lay fifty cents per ton. BOSTON, r ßept. 9. —Hanks has con sented to be a Republican candiJate for re-election to Congress from the ttb distriict. A carefully revised summary of the Gubernatorial voto in Vermont gives Fairbanks 28.732 majority. NEW YORK, ST»pt. 9. -Gold closed at llOf The magnificent clipper ahip Three Brothers cleared for San Francisco to day. The vessel was open to public inspection the past week, and was visit ed by thousands of people. CHICAGO, Sept. 9.—The Wilmington Street Coal Co. has failed; liabilities, $50,000. BALTIXOAB, Sept. 9. A Hayes and Wheeler meeting at the Croes street Market House waa broken up last night by roughs. Several shota were fired and William Terry wounded, aud Trony Dilley badly beaten about the head and face. Within a few minutes after the first shots were Ired the ball waa amp tied of oocujmntv Many present jump- Mi out of the windows on an adjoining abed. The rioters were promptly ar rrated by the police, several of whom ware in the kali and outside. Marshal Gray states that yesterday being an election day at the Democratic prima riea, he had given order* to the Captain of potior to have an extra fofee of tnen to attend all the political meetings. Last night, in ebedience to this order, a boat a dozen police were at Crota St. Market. Within a minute after the second shot was fired the rioters were in the hands of tbe polioa. This morn ing the rioters were bailed out, Nut have barn re-arretted and are now in jail. Warrants have been iaaued for the rougbs not captured. The matter has lieen before the Grand Jury to day, and the authorities declare that the rioters shall not escape due punishment. Hie roughs do not exceed ten in Dumlxtr. tuiort. Paßl9. Sept. 9. —The Fi&u% publishes * telegram from Nice, mnder date of yeetcrday, reporting a mutiny cm board the United Statrs frigate Franklin at Leghorw. The dispatch says: The com tuanJer of the Franklin. to sare the livee of the officers, fired with a mitral lease gattling gun npoa the mutineer*, nine of whoci were killed tef>re order was reatored LOW!**. Sept. 9 -Crttinige Darush Pasha's attack ia the south east, Wednee day, was made by mrtral foiamns. which croeacd the Theeella and Mount Sim, when they were repsked. A por ot the Tnrks were cut off from the furds. They were driren to Alget«, between two rirera and pushed into Manatx Sim, which runs between perpeadiculir, rwky banki. TV Turkish artillery vai ineffectual to protect those pursued and the <iught«r WAS gmit. Eight hundred troops were left drad on the Sel l and upward* of one thousand drowned. The Montenegrin* lost three hundred killed. County Commissioners' Proceed ings. At the extra action of the County Commissioners' Court of King ( ounty, W. T. f held Sept. 6th. 1876. the follow ing business was transacted, after the notices were dily entered of record, viz: In the matter of the petition of Ar thur A. Denny, on behalf of the firm of Dexter Horton & Co., enmpoaed of Dex ter Hortoo and Arthur A Denny, for the correction and reform of the assess ment roll of saii King county for the year 1876, so as to exempt from assess ment and taxation all mortgages of real estate when the real estate itself is as seated and taxed, Ac. Whereas it appears from the petition of Arthur A. Denny, tbe assessment roll of said King County, and the evidenoe submitted to the board, that the firm of Dexter Horton «fc Co.. composed of Dex ter Horton and Arthur A. Denny, have been assessed for the year 1876, under [) rot est, for the sum of $36,350, money oaned by them to sundry persons upon mortgages upon real estate in said King county, which real estate is also assessed for the full value thrreof; and whereas it is a question of law as yet unsettled and undetermined, whether or not ruch mortgages are properly subject to as sessment and taxation, as well as the real estate itself; It is, therefore, hereby ordered that an agreed statement of the facts upon which this controversy depends be made by and between King County and the skid Dexter Ilorton auu Arthur A. Deu ny and submitted to the District Court of the Third Judicial District of Wash ington Territory holding terms at Seat tle, to be herad, disposed of and final judgment rendered by said court, either in term time or vacation, and that Geo. N. McConaha be and he is hereby ap pointed the attorney of said county and this board, for the purpose of mukirg such agreed case, and prosecuting, argu ing, waging, and submitting the same to the said court. And that in the meantime and until final judgment of said court in said case, the oollection of the taxes assessed upon such mortgages be suspended. Ordered, that tbe expenses of this court l>e allowed as follows, vix : A. L. Tester, per diem,.. $ 5 00 D. K. McMillen, per " and mile- age 11 00 D. T. Wheeler, Deputy Clerk, per diem 3 00 Ordered that this court adjourn. 11. L. YESLER, Chairman. Attest: D. T. WHEELER, Dp'y C'lk. PORT TOWNSEND ITEMS —Last Fri day evening, about 6 o'clock, a fire broke out in the hous« of Capt. Wi 1- loughby, on the hill, consuming the kitchen part together with cooking had iU origin throufn* uw cLfcfe&nels of the Chinese cook. To the promptness and energy of the citizens mmy b© at tributed the saying of the maiu build* ing and the comparatively small loss sustained by the proprietor... .Capt. E. S. Fowler, who has been suffering for some time with a cancerous affection will go to San Francisco on this trip of the Panama for medical aid. It is hoped by his numerous friends that he may meet with the relief h< so much de sires.—Argr*. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. PHOTOGRAPHY! E.F.DOLLARHIDE Successor to GEORGE MOORE Suite of Rooms on the upper floor of the Se attle Market Bnildlng, oorner of Commercial and Washington Streets. THI REST OF WORK DONE IS TIIIB GALLERY AMD SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Seattle. Sept. 11, IST6. tf POSITIVELY THE LAST NISHT OF THE ITALIAN CM AND VARIETY TROUPE Monday Evening, Sept. 11th, AT YEMLEB N H ALL FROG RAM MS FOR THIS EYFNING : No. 1. R.»iioJißi leaps by the mure Company, Why the tar© Champioaa, A. Watrlgant and F Blawbard No. t. The W irld c n a sp*ae. by San;wells No. 5 lYyatal Pyramids, by A. Watriifant. Ne. 4. Fwree Com'.qar by tbr two J -ee. N«>. 5. The Ri.b*!*M W. ader. M ne Blan< hard 1 No. e Flan ten u Pasture by Sam wells * Wat tee. i So. T. The Brothers Watrtgant in their chaa pi»* Gpaaartlf ewmaet. KM. «. Song and Dance by the uartralled Geo ! Duerow. Re. t. The flrst time here yf Mr Den Ducrvw's i challenge f«w» at thr><wi*« a Do<iWe S,m»rsau>t ! oa Le« n sam wells about dera, he being Uke only j ■sain the wurld that baa ever eccompliabed ttu feet; he steads nan railed No. 10. Docbie Acrobatic Snag and Dance by the Decrow Brother* The Performance u> co»- elude with Preactaco Watrigant'a Oesste Trtck Faatomima character* by the enure iVmpeay. Owing to the veiling og the Hall not being high •aowgh. the Watngant Brother* have volunteered to do their rhampK-a Doable Trapese act in front of the Hall previous to the beginning of the per- i *te»«a opts at T o'clock: performance begins ! MS. W». MILLS, Manager, I NTW ADVERTISEMENTS Yeslers Hall! HAarißEfc HAVXaLT I The most remarkable event of the Season. For Positively Two Nights Only Friday & Saturday, Sept. IS & IE laitial appearaace of tha widely famous sad Just f ly celebrated ORIGINAL GEORGIA 1MB! KING LAUGH-MAKERS! The Great Southern Slave Troupe. 29 KEIUIIEIEGIO AITISTS. 28 4 COMICAL END MEN 4 8 EMINENT COMEDIANS. 8 Champion Serenade Band Which will pass la review before iha citixans of Seattle immediately upon their arrival. ADMIB9ION—One Dollar. Baaerved Seata 35 • * - » M.> AV ~ Cigar Stand. Territory of Washington. County of King—Bß. Whereas Eli Msplss swore in open Court in the case of the Territory va. A. O. Bedell, that I had told him that "Mn. Miller's reputation for truth and veracity was bad," and which statement by him was false. I unqualifiedly deny mr having told Eli Maple* or any other person anything of the kind, or having questioned the reputation of Mrs Miller for truth and veracity. - . . F. McNATT. Subscribed and sworn to before me this tth day of September. 1176. ROBWELL SCOTT, J. fT Notice* A special meeting of the Directors of ths Seattle Homestead Aaaociation will be held at the office of the Company, on Monday, the Uth day of 8s r tember, 1*76, at 2 o'clock r. M.. for ths purpose of levying au assessment „ .. JoMS M - BLASCHARD, Secretary. Seattle. W. T.. Aug. 31. 187 S. sepl GRAND BALL! There will be a grand ball given at the RENTON COAL MINE For the benefit of the RENTON BRASS BANS, OS Friday Evening, Sept. 15th. $9.00 A couple and sapper included. All are respect fully Invited. Oommltte* of Arrangements Lsny Parker, Ssmael Britt. and T. H Bcholey. Floor Managers—Charlea Sutton, Own Mono boa. and Sed Smithers. Mt*SIC BY TDK RENTON AND STRING BAND. soft Notice* READ THIS ! All persons knowing themselves to be indebted to me will please call and aettle on e* before the 15th Inst., sad save ths costs of col lecting hy law. CBARLES MCDONALD. Seattle. September tth. IS7«. eeidw Estrav Notice! 1 • Taken up on the Butter a Farm Svs bee'. of Sheep Mo marks er brands perceptible. The ownrr can have theai by pr»-<Tltu property and paying charge*. loqatre of Prwl Hnatbeea at Rent -u. or GEO. W. TIRRETTS, on the premises Seattle, August 31 eejrt-lm For Sale. Two Handsome Two-it^re Dwelling Houses And Lot*, all hard finish. boilt by the day. at the c»-rner of Third and Pike street* Also Fourteeu Lota in Law's Addition, and Three Lots in Moai Apply to •ep4 THO6. * JACEdOV- MISCELLANEOUS. J Notice* j All are hereby not.<s*o that they will be pruaecaw to tne exter.of the law if found en gaged ia de<»ecr*tin« or la interfering with tii« grmvr* in tbe Cemetery. T. 8. RI'SSELL. Sexton. Seattle. Aa*. 39.1876. a»Mm - I Notice* • ■■ ■ ■ Bavin* recently become »o'e proprietor of thi Seattle T.net end Piw Comnacy, all Mil* due me. mut b« NAL> lo Mr. Paul PIUIMB on or be far* the 15t"u o uext month, to save coats of col lection by law • DAVID WEBBTER. Seattle, Auguat 11.1376 alitd j Pntet Sill Soap Factory. C. VCRIiON &CO, Proprietors. Corner Main and Second Streets. The xtry beat quality of Family Soap manu factured and for sale at San Franoiaco factory prlcea. Soap of all kin da made to order. SPECIAL. Loggera and mill men ahould not fail to ex amine our New Skid Greaae ; it is better than oil and much cheaper. Only 30 Onto a Gallon. •TTarmera and merchants will find it to their advantage to give ua a call. aep2tf H. M. SAUNDERS Having Eatabliahed a First-claw General AND JOB PRINTING OFFICE In Seattle, la prepared to do all kin da of printing Neatly and Promptly at Reason able Rates. Washington Street, Hear Commercial [Office adjoining Tribune.] Bel-lm Notice* The co-partnership heretofore existing between W. 8. Lawrence and K O. Perkina, in the conduct of the Office Saloon, in Seattle, W T., under the firm name of Lawrence & Perkins. is tbi' day dissolved by mutual consent, Edward Q, Perkins retirin . A"! outstanding due the late Arm must be paid toW 8. Lawrence, and all claims against said firm will be liquidated by him. WILLIAM 8. LAWRENCE, EDWARD O. PERKINS. Seattle, Aug. 19,1876. W. 8. Lawrence, successor to Lawrence A Per kins, will continue to carry on the business as heretofore. sJ'2-4w MORTON HOUSE. Post Street, Above Kearney SAN FRANCISCO. W. 0. GRAHAM, Proprietor, Formerly of the Big Trees. CalaTerafl County Pacific Congress Springs, Santa Clara County ; and late yf Visalia, Cal. seC-Cm STEAMER SCHEDULE OF TUE Starr Line. Until further notice the STEAMER ANNIE STEWART Will run as follows, connecting with the Steamer Isabel at Port Town send | for Victoria: Leaves Olympia for Fort Townsend and way porta on Sunday and Wednes day evenings at 6 o'clock ; returning the next day. The STEAMER ISABEL Leaves Victoria on Tuesdays at 10 A. M., and Fridays at 4 A. M., connecting at I*°rt Townsend with the Steamer An nie Stewart for Olympia and way ports. THE STEAMER ALIDA Leaves Seattle for New Tacotna every day (Sundays excepted) at il A. M*. Returning will leave New Taeouia for Seattle at 6 r. M. Far Freight or Pattaye A [fly on lioiirJ. WANTED A Girl competent to du general homework Ap ply to E. A. Thrndlkr. cornrr Third and HpriLtf Streets. For Rent* i Two furnished rooms to rent, situated on Ihe corner of Fifth and Jefferson Streets. wltbtu minutes walk from the bu»ii.~«e center of the city. Inquire at this Office aepfl 5,000,000 j Ojstess were served to appreciative cuatcujera last aeasos at the I Pullet Sound Confectionery Store. 10,000,000 Have been contracted for this esesun and will be served in giorlona style Our Hons and Frys have a "Sound" reputation. Fresh opened Oyster* In quantity to euit. Seattle. Sept. 9th. seM-w THE ARC ADM. JUST OPENED the Finsf mb mmi Fashionable Stock OF DRY GOODS DRESS GOODS, FANCY GOODS Ladies' and dents' Fnrnishin* Goods. Mei »| Bovs' Clothing. Ilats, Caps, Trunks, Valbts, Ever brought to this city. fir Our stock has been selected by ourselves |>ersonallv, ami kuuwn Sl > tlie requirements of the trade, we feel safe in saying that we have the U,t selected stock in this market, aud at low prices. __ BOYD, PONCIN & YOUNG, S. P. ANDREWS. GEO. W. WARD. S. P. ANDREWS & GO', DEALERS IN STOVES in Till. XjSHflE^^Hßnrk HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS STEAM AND (JAS FITTINGS. I Oommoroial Stroot, Seattle, "W-1. | W u st h *B"U ITD IN*** II aT"vwTkeT Ship, House Carpenters, Machinists, Blacksmiths, and o b*r MECHANICS' TOOLS A SPECIALTY SELLING OFF AT COST! FOR THE NEXT SIXTY DAYS We will S«rll fxtr entire Stock Consisting of Clothing, GenlN Furnishing Goods* Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, Cigars, Ife h>r the purpose of rnqaijimj In a rent line of tra<U. CALLIGAN CLARK JB . .j ,j caHt#* * All f>entm» indebted to the Utc l inn of Panibam k Clark ir« hmtj n®®* 4 * ** k Clark N (tort ai.i aettle up, auil cave ait eip« D*<-* uf collectiou by FOR Tin: CHOICEST Imported Cigars AND OO TO FRKD. BARKER'S, Corat-r Mtli and Commercial Bt*. ixu-w MISCELLANEOUS !»I KM. REIXHEI*®* I) re**-making, Ladies' Underwear A Children's Clothing. A sPBO ». Mr.