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THE DAILY INTELLIGENCER.
vol. in.
nfIfSSSIOSAL CAMM.
_ LSARY
... (rS»r i " T
«pVAU(IHT & LEAHY.
rroP SV Y8 ' AT - LAW, 7-
A ?nRS iy CHASCKItr. «fc I'HOC
FFI/IIADWHALTT.
- 'a the District an! Supreme
trr.i *
yjorV. ~ _j T , f p«ci»! attention to Col
to th *
|lrt . ,/iwl Estate.
n. p. JENKINS,
SEATTLE, W. T.,
, TTORSHT'AT-LA W, SOLICITOR
A ,l cil*MMr. AND PROCTOR
15 ■° MI
- C. H. II A*ro*y.
f If ftX**"* I*' 1 *'
ELLSWORTH & HARFORD,
Attorney*- At- Law.
Offirf,Fraomlhal BuiUline, ("ociinrrrial St.
SKATTI.E, W. T.
•11l nf*rtl'« in all Cmirta of Ter-
IMM rtwelal attention glten to Bankruptcy
tw*l' iuhl3
MRS. S. 0. HEWES, 111. D.
Oie »f ike First Ladj Graduates in Medicine,
Offcn bar (MnricM tn the peo|»l« of Seattle and
(U Surtb Pa--1 Ac Coaat.
Hf» DocUr flewx cornea W.«t after ten ycara
if -imataot and aoceeaafnl practice. Will open
k»r boose to tbe alc.lt. Mother* can flud a home,
wltt the b*«t medical attendance durtn« confiue-
M,! and patlenta for medical treatment.
Will treat the sick l>y letter, and 611 order* for
M«4lrtna by mall or *i press.
Hwii'fe ou t'aloa strset, between Fourth and
f?*> mjWdwtf
DR. G. BRYANT,
Physician ami Surgeon.
NEWCASTLE, W. T.
DRS. A. & H. B. BAGLEY.
Uomti'opalh isl *,
SEATTLE, W. T.
OR H B BAOI.KY, LVTE PROFESSOR OF
Frtu-ltilm tn ! Practice of Surgery In the
Mltblytn Outral Mcli.al will make
o|*rallvr Surgery andHurulcal » •!'<•<•!»!-
I». will will attend »o calla ID any part .>f the
VutiJ <«1»
nR.G.V.CALHOIN,
Sortttlo, W. T.
Olßc* Ho. 1, l>l»ii»l. b BalMlDf, aj>j>oalte Ocel
dental Hotel.
DR. G. A. WEED,
BURUEOX AND PHVSICIAN,
SEATTLE. W. T.
D. LOCKE, M. D.,
DENTIST,
Nruunent Ofic#— Front Room,
fttiilithi;'# Block. Jktttle, W. T jyril
DENTISTRY.
1. C ORABBE, DF.STIRT. OF
flee ID Stone k I' ■ iitt'a New Build
laj on Commercial *ireet. All work
Ofc J.S. MAGGS,
Dentist,
OFFICE, MILL STREET,
•wtfcddte ud HirnxM Store. EAST OF OC
CIUENT4L HOTEL. f?H.
EDGAR BRYAN,
Public,
®*wyancer and School Clerk.
®" ETE '<W FU!A. ColDcMons rasde
Xorlli Pacific Mutual IJfe Insurance
JJJ*«WLTH Calllgan K Clarke.
USTWICK, MORRIS ft CO.
Civil and Mining
®NCHNBBRB,
C°*«S SO. 6. Burnett'J Building.]
4t WaihlM|l<in SlrreU
•ssttle, Waab. Territory.
WEATHER N lnerml UU.'.A a«- J mines, sur
ami REPORTED upon Dana anj
®'NTNN improvement* furnahed
LOTS and blocks. Map» and draw
■*'*«LC»LLJ avseated Nov M, DCS.
*• MACKINTOSH,
****7 Public and' Conveyancer,
Estate and Tax Agent.
••ftSJlXff** **■*»•«■* "I Title to sit l-anda
?• *WI to the parrbace tad
"•> T*U|PRT fcuwd. Special
NSK. JT' 1 *° Trariafer of Heal Estate and
solicited and aatls
»*»»et, nearly opposite tbe "Oc-
SALE.
OFEEKS FOR SALE A
""■■RUCTED sod m.«tl« FINISHED
.SCHOONER SCOW.
"•* n . »l a bargain.
*** ; breadth
• W|J J *T«H F b*!d, « leet.
"" '* i **' n *• a Shlptanl In
L SUw »*l<uw at
MBS. fcRIDCOE.
Frsnt street.
A Female Chemist.
We often rfud of women who nnsex
the tn«elves in appearance in order to en-
K :l K' : in viinc masculine employment,
such as 'hit ot a *ai!nr or soldier, or
ev.-i, a ftr;,, ban 1. But a Itusaian jour
nal telW the following incident, waich
is still more curious than any of these
A young Russian has for some years
Wn prosecuting bis chemical studies at
the University of Leipsic with unusual
/-•*al. The young tnan, of an aristocrat
ic exterior, made friends cf all who came
HI contact with him. Recently HE
passed a mo«t brilliant examination,
which was rewarded with the diguity
of a Master of Art-?.
Soon thereafter a young lady called
on one of the most prominent professors
of the university, addressing the cele
brat<-d savant in tha following words :
"I desire, professor, before I depart
from Leipsic, to express to you uiy most
hearty thanks."
"Thanks—hut for what?"
"Listen, fir. I was married to the
old Prince . My husband dici
some years ago. He died insolvent, so
that I was left even without the daily
bread. I resolved to seek the necessary
means of subsistence in science."
''Yes, most gracious lady; neverthe
less I cannot see why you should ad
dress any thanks to me."
The lady continued:
"Observe then; it is now more than
three years that here in Leipsic I have
been a student. The student who late
ly passed the examination, and whom
you considered worthy of distinction,
is none other than myself.
He Couldn't Drink Wine.
There was a noble youth who, on l>e
'"n urged to take wine at the table of
a famous statesman at Washington, had
the moral couraga to refuse lie wm a
poor young man, just beginning the
struggle of life. lie brought letters to
the great statesman, who kindly invited
him home to dinner.
"Not take a glass of wine?" said the
great statesman, in wonderment and
surprise.
"Not one single glass of wine?"
echoed the statesman's beautiful and
fascinating wife, as she rose, glass in
hand, and, with a grace that would
have charmed all anchorite, endeavored
to press it upon him.
"No," replied the heroic youth, ic*
olutely, gently repelling the proffered
glass.
What a picture of moral grandeur
was that.' A poor, friend'ess youth re
fusing wine at the table of a wealthy
and fatuous statesman, even though
proffered by the hinds of a beautiful
lady.
"No," said the noble young man, his
voice trembling a little a:ul his cheek
tlushfcd, "I never drink wine, but"—
hero lie straightened himself up and his
words grew tirnn r, —"if you have got a
little good old rye whisky, I don't uind
trying a snilter!"
FEMALE SOCIETY.— AII men who
avoid female society have dull percep
tions and are stupid, and have gross
tastes and revolt from what is pure.
Your club swaggerers, who are sucking
the butts of billiard cues all night, t ail
female society insipid. Poetry is unin
spiring to a yokel, beauty has no
charms for a blind man; music does not
please a poor beast who di>es not know
one tune from another; but as a true
epicure has never tired of water, sauce,
brown bread and butter, I protest 1 can
sit for an hour talking to a well regula
ted, kindly woman about her daughter
Nancy, or her boy Frank, and like tne
evening's entertainment. One ol the
greatest benefit* a man can derive from
a woman's society is that he is bound to
IKI respectful to her. This is one of the
greatest good to your morals, men, de
pend upon it. Our education makes us
the most eminently selfish men in the
world, and the greatest benefit that
couies from woman's stK-iety is that one
has to think of somebody to whom he
is Itound to be constantly attentive and
res j>ect ful. —77' a fir ray.
WEBSTER AND THE STAOK DRIVKU.
-—On one occasion Webster w:is on liis
way t.i his duties in Washington. He
was compelled to proceed at night by
from Ilaltnnoro. Ho had uo
traveling companion, and the driver
had a sort of felon look which produced
no inconsiderable alarm with tbe Sena
tor. "I endeavored to tranqmlize my
self," said Webster, "and had partly
succeeded, when we reached the dark
woods between llladens'uurg and Wash
ington— a proper s-oene tor murder cr
outrage —and here, 1 confers, my cotir
uge deserted me. Just then the
diiver turned to me, and with a gruff
voice inquired my name I gave it to
him. 'Where are you going '{' sa-d he
"To \ta»hingtoM. L am a Senator.'
Upon this this the driver seized me fer
vently by the band, and exclaimed :
'HoW glad lam ! I have been trembl
ing in my seat for the last half hour,
for when I looked at you 1 took you for
a high w ayman.' " I»'*ton Hceaiwj
I'nrryrijt
■"CHILD II EN and fools speak the
truth." An unfortunate widower has
found that »his is true. Prepar ng. not
long since, for a ride with a young lady
and desiring to blind the «yes of his
housekeeper r» peeling his errand, he
Tery politely informed hi» iittle sou he
could go too. "No, I guess not." an
swered the small man in rousihiltouts.
••Why. yes; wash your face and come
along,"' persisted the father. "Shan't
do it," replied the urchin. "Why didn't
you questioned the lady in cb "ge,
after the father had Kit. "be wislwd it,
I think." "Didn't either." retoited the
boy; "he said in the bedroom he'd girt
me ten cents if I'd stay at home
U.VE TEsT of a great mind is it* in
stantaneous availability in an emer
gency The boy who van drop a paper
i.4g of eggs on the sidewalk aud pass
on without chauging h«s gait, interrupt
ing his whistle or looking at what he
has dropped, has a future *>cfore him.
SEATTLE. WASHINGTON TERRITORY, FRIDAY, AUGUST 21. 1577.
T REMOVE PVKTKI.E.- FR >M THE
KVK —Whenever * fly, or other i'.sect, a
•mn!i t'yinz >eed, quick lime, .last or
•Uiy <■!!. r minute object, gets into the
iyi . d" Ti. • adopt the common habit of
ribbing, >r even of washing with
•.vater, but gently mi.-e, or get a gentle
band to rai?e for you the eyelid, and
hend the bead forward. In keeping
thus tlife eyelid elevated, and the eye
quiescent for a few moments, one feels
the flow of tears starting from tae
organ which seldom fails to bring along
with it the cause of the pain, or at t
least to carry it toward the corner ef
the eye next to the nose, from whence
it may be removed by a tine handker
chief folded to a point. If this oper
ation is not sufficient, then a finger
ought to be passed frequently, yet
gently, over the eyelid, from the ex
terior corner of the eye towards the
interior corner, by which means the
substance is made to descend towards
the lachrymal glands, from whence it
may be drawn by a flue liair pencil. If
the irritating substance still remains,
then we are further instructed that
"the upper eyelid must be taken as
before, and kept elevated as before, and
kept elevated as much as possible, and,
the eye being then turned toward the
nose, a very tine camel's-hair pencil,
dipped in cream, oil, or perfectly fresh !
butter (without an atom of salt in it,
remember), must be introduced be
tween the eyelids and the body of the [
eye, beginning at the exterior cerner
and endintr at the interior corner." If
the tine hair pencil is not successful,
you will be almost certain to succeed
with one rather larger. Should all
these efforts fail, which is extremely
unlikely it they are properly perform
ed, do not set to work rubbing or
washing the eye, as you must obtain
professional assistance.
MISCELLANEOUS.
M. GLORE,
Importer of ami Itinlrr In
FURNITURE
AND
UPHOLSTERY GOODS.
Parlor Sets,
Bed-Room Sets,
Sofas & Lounges,
OF HAIR CLOTH and TAPEBTRY.
Bureaus.
Outer-Tables,
Chairs,
Curtains,
Picture Frames.
Mouldings, Etc.
Commercial Street. Seatt'e. W. T.
SEATTLE NURSERY,
One mile east from Yesler's Wharf on
the road to Lake Washington.
How's Stage runs past the Nur
sery tw ice a day.
Fruit Trees,
SHRUBBERY,
AND
HERBACEOUS PUNTS
BKVRRIFIL
BOUQUETS
Can be •bUln«i|st the Nursery.
C. W. LAWTON. Proprietor.
PUL£T SOUNDSTONEYARD
M. J. CATtTT MMU
it inr Ilrad of lr&lrr'* Wharf. SEATTLE.
ET«T variety of Cfßfb-nr W< rk EXECUTED ID
Marble aj..l all other Sliiif, with ucatneas and
iiqttck.
A *ll kirs.;».>f Jiuic BuiMin« Material kept
for the rnwkrt
Alao. A*' tit for the sale of tbe San Juan LIB*
All outer* praj tl* filled, tad satisfaction pair.
uteed.
JT. €i. O. V.
OLIVE ■RtMH
Lojfc-e. No. 4, meeta
every WEDNESDAY
EVENING U Tt| o'clock,
in tbe Masonic Hal;.
■rubers of the order in lantad to ulaod
By oriicr of tbs N. O.
MISCELLANEOUS.
B U Y
YOUR
GOODS
« tt
B
R
0
nvuin
&
c
0
THEY KEEP THE LARGESI
ASSORTMENT,
AND SELL
CIEArER
THAN ANY OTHER
HOUSE
XIST THE
TERRITORY
All Kinds of
Cooper's Work
Done at kbort notU'B and at LIYISd PRICES
and
FISH & BEEF BARRELS
Alwajg on hand at tlie Cooper Shop of
George Sidney,
Front St., uear North Pacific Jlrewcry.
Jy23dtf
THE STATE INVESTMENT
AND
INSURANCE CO.
Firo cto Marino.
Cash Assets, - - $480,000.
Principal Office. No. 409, California St.
San Franctuco.
orricKii:
Pma DOKAB R*. Preat.: *. J. BBTAKT. VlC#-PJ.
CuiiLu n. Ccauixa, iwretirj.
A. P. IIOTAI.IXi. A General Agent*
for 3.•«§ on and Waabti ?W i, Portland, Oregon.
FIRST-CLASS RISKS SOLICITED
C. C. Perkins, Agent.
M. L. CAVANAUGH,
MANTFACTt RIR OF
SASH, DOORS,
Blinds, and
Mouldings.
Special attention given to
SHIP WORK.
Factory L'uJer Colniau'a Mill.
Brattle. Apn 1«, IST7. aplMtf
E. B. Moore,
DEALER IS
Fresh and Salted
MEATS
and a general assortment of
Cw *• c» c*eri
i Alto, the best brand* of
CIGARS AND TOBACCOS.
- Goner of Third k Union Streets. Seattle.
BILLIARD SALOONS, Jfcc.
THE ADEIiPHI
FRONT STitrET. OPPOSITE VL-LF".'S H J L.
B ; Viards.
PLYNN & ANDERSON,
mylS I'ltOl'lilKTOßS.
PONY SALOON
Kept by|
BK.\ ftIURPHV
C. rr.fr Co:am«rclal and Main street. opposite
ther.S. Hotel.
'PHIS i« the place to Ylsit tj hav» the inner
* man replenished.
Cigars, Tobacco, Wines, and Liquors
Always on haud.
"NED'S SALOON!"
COMMERCIAL STREET,
(Formerly occupied by Mat. Keitli.)
I S Now OPEN FOR RI'SINESS, AND THOSE
1 favoring it with their patronage will find the
liar supplied with tln- choicest goods, and an
"bligiug and efficient Barkeeper to wait upou
them. 1 have a number of Private Club Rooms
for th« accommodation of the public.
Open ail hour* f the day and night.
NED I'ERKIXS,
jy3l-dtf Proprietor.
MERCHANT EXCHANGE
Saloon !
ON MILL STREET SEATTLE, W. T.
The Finest g
WINES, LIQUORS & CIGARS
Constantly on bind.
RIGBEY k CO.. Proprietors.
The Hldorado,
BY
Wlllitll,
THE GHQiCEST LMOBS & CIGASS
Attached to the Saloon is a First-c!as<)
HESTAU RA NT.
VANITY FAIR!
The 5-Cent Saloon,
As good a glass uf Beer as can Imj
had in the city for Sets.
The best of Liqaors 10 i ts.
A good Cigar lOets.
VAL Mill CO.
The Grotto
SALOON,
Mill Street. Me. ff. T.
ALGAR & NIXON Proprietors
ZILPAI liLIOII!
FRONT STREET,
YESI.EK'H CORNER.
The Choicest Liquors & Cigars.;!!
J. <« 111 FKITHM.
PROPRIETOR. mblS
Bed-Rock
BARKER SHOiP!
II A VINO OPENED A NEW SHOP, AND
1 I titriDK iffiiml lb# aer\loes of a fimt-ciaM
Artikt. we are pr>p*rr l to Tonafriai
luxurle* to the entire nli>(kHii9 of ail.
Shaving, 25c; Eair Catting, 25c
Shampooing, 25c.
Lflies' an] CUiUlreis'a H»:r Catting an)
Wt*fclßg a apt-f ialtT.
Shop on Mill at're*t, next dcor to St .Cbarlei
Saiuoa. Jel3-dtf
H. CLARK,
CONTRiCfOR J MILDER.
GUARANTEE* FIRST - CLASS
WORK A 7 THE L(J WES THA JES.
Uu • comp'irU uotflt fur raialng and moving
building*. atJ will attenl h> neb ordara wttfe
ac 4 diapatrh.
Front Street, opposite the Pavilion.
*l*4
MISCELLANEOUS.
Crawford L Harrinqton.
w 7
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS
S E A. T T _L, E, "W. 'P.,
Hare on hand a large and well assorted stock of goods n
their line, consisting of Foreign and Domestic
Hardware and Cutlery
3 roil and Steel, aborted.
Klacksmitli and Carpenter Tools.
Agricultural anil Alining Implements.
C rockery and Glassware. Paint*&Oll
Hemp and Manilla Cordage, < Jroeeriesand Provisions, Wines,
Liquors, Etc.
AGENTS FOR THE
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF LONDON, &C
J3T TALBOT COAL, FOR CITY TRADE, FOR SALE FROM WIURF
,* "AKKIMOTOn.
THE ARCADE !
FRONT STREET, SEATTLE.
DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS,
GLOVES. <fcc.
l-adies and Wilts' Furnishing (Ms. Trunks,
■VALISES. ETC.
Our Spring Stock has arrived, ami comprises' tie most Fasliio mble
Goods in the market. We call special attention to our FURNISHING
(JOODS and CLOTHING DEPARTMENT.
GENTS' HATS .A. SPECIALTY
IIOVD, POMI & YOUNG.
NEW GOODS AND NEW STYLES BY EVERY STEAMER.
Hustlioff & IVald,
A >- »-■
•* ■= K- * - •_ ; 7|||(| JJJ
, —£ p- ~ "• V ,'." 1 ;■"* «| *ij|
£ = I | >" ' ' ?? l ?***
1 " J
Agricultural Implomonts !
L. P. SMITH <fc SON
WATCHES
1 Clocks,
mmm jewelry,
} eter . v desirable style and kind.
JilJilH Il\\\\\\_ They return their sincere thanks to
' griafflß 1 1 "'''' c or 'ho v 'Ty generous patron-
B t? ( ' lH.'*towrd since their return froiu
Please Call and Examine our Stock.
Our Motto is—Fair Dealing, (Juick Sales and Small Profit*.
STORE ON FRONT STREET. Opposite the Brewery.
WA CHUNG & CO.,
CHINA TEA STORE,
Jlriek Store, Corner of Washington and Third Streets, Seattle,
AGENTS FOR TAE SING,
The Great Oil Painter of Hongkong, and Enlarger of Photo
graphs to Life Size.
Chinese Landscape Pictures, Oil Paint
ings, also for Sale.
Contractors, Mill others, requiring ('biuc.«o help, will Ij« fur
ni-hed at short notice.
The Higheftt Price Paid for Live Hog*.
~wvjl V3w«- mm to.,
Wholesale & Retail Chinese Merchants,
SEATTLE "W". T.
NO. (>!).

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