Newspaper Page Text
THE DAILY INTELLIGENCER.
VOL. HI. PROFESSION AIJ ca RDS. CH.H»F„W. ELLSWORTH & HANFORD, Attorney*- At- w. Fraanthsl Boildini.foSHitrfial St. KEITTLE, W T. lo »;i Court* of Waahinifton Tor f£L*A 1 attention gtrtn to Bankruptcy mhl3 o** _ _ Jolt)* I.KAHY Hc >'VUOIIT & LEAHY, t TTOnSKT*- AT - ! AW- MLWI. TOR!) I v CIIA V '*« >. * /'/< o6'- TOMlfl AVMIIt U'Tr (n «i« DUtri-'t Mid Burrem* frl/i r |, M jfive ipticlki attention to Col- Aw.; aino to tlie purchaae £££*■•3 K " U "' 'Mil*.** lyls D. P. JENKINS, SEATTLE, W. T., I TTOHNKY-A T-I.A W, SOLICITOR is CHAXCKItY. AM) I'IiOCTOIi is AUHUiALTY. mh'2l MRS. S. D. HEWES. M. D. lie »f (lit First La<h Graduates in Mulifine, o#er» b«r services to the people of Seattle and U *"fth Pacific O'Mt Mrs IK*IT Hewee enmoa WVnt afti r ten yeara if r.iinttnt and sucrewtful practice. Will open Vrhon* loth* alck. Mother* ran And a home, r.tli tL« t«r«t medical attendance during contlue n«t, and pstleuta for general medical treatment. Vi:'l trrat tb» sick liy letter, and All orders for gadirins' >l in*" " r eipreiw. Kral'iwcc "U Union street, between Fourth and fKtk. nijrW-dwtf DR. G. BRYANT, Physician anil Surgeon. NEWCASTLE. W. T. ORS. A. S H. B. BAGLEY. Uouuropath i*ts, SEATTLK. W. T. i\H H. B. lUOI.EY, LVTE PUOFKSSOB OF U PrtnctvlM kit I t'r*ctte« of Hurgery in the Ml.-hUan (Vntrtl Mflli'tl College, will mall* ot»r»tw» ry *n.lSurj[li'»! DIMMM % ipwUl- Ij, »i. l will trail to calls in »tiy l>art of tlie Sound. <ll9 DR.C.VmiIOUN, Soattlo, W. T. No. I. Building, ißite Occl* JcuUl tii'tol. DR.G. A. WEED, BURGEON AND PHYSICIAN, SEATTLE, W. T. D. LOCKE, M. D.. DENTIST, fenuanent Oftv*— Front up-Main— m*nthirn Block. Hrattie. W. T Jylll DENTISTRY. J. C liKAHSE, DENTIST. OF- Acs Iu Stoae \ I i Il k New Build liif on Commercial elieet. All work rttrtttffi. OK J.S.MAGGS, ~ Dentist, UFP;IC,E, MILL STREET. fcMls and Harness Ktore. EAST OF OC CIDENTAL HOTEL. MS. Electro Mapetism -AND HYDROPATHY ! y* OJ6OTRO MAGNETIC MEDICATED ■4 n I.®" *' urr ysls. Rheumatism, Knf w '* u ' """ rv ous Affections Aleo, will BIIHUI. and cause thorough action of <™r«at crgans of the body. by contract, at th« Eureka Bath Rooms °T"*rri scitwaiurma's sroar, OOMMEBCIAL STREET. II DOANE A « MACKINTOSH, *+* Public and Conveyancer, ®*al Kstate and Tax Agent. Ah «ract Of Title to all Lands *UI attend to the purchsse sad on Sooud. Special if r "* : "'er T ilea! Estate and 'axr« l'atn ua,* solicited and satls- Waraute^t *****' MrtU 1 ' ,lrrrt * BMrl y opposite the "Oc- H. CLARK. J BIILDER. '*OUt y * T T ES riHST ' > IASS * 1Ih: 10 W 'tes 7 I:A 7 A>. 4 '**" "W®! f'<e raising and tnoeinj t«» such orders witt TSTsT 14u^h *+4 opposite the Pavilion. mk. My Mother at the Gate. Ou there* many * lovely picture . ~( )u f D(,,n " r 3 : '- »ilent wall, I here ■ many a cherished imago Ili it I t«-nd'-rly r call. ri:<- «iiv. •th p'u- of iiiy childh .1, itji it- singing brook r.nd bird-; 1 hf friends that b-si !e u;e, With their loving 1 >ok- and words The Huwers that decked the wiliwi*,d. The roses fresh and 1 b'- blue-bells and the daisies That blossomed at inv feet. Ah, ail are very precious, And often come to me Like the breezes from a better land Beyond life's troubled sea. But the sweetest, d> arest picture That memory can create, Is the linage of my mother, My mother at the gate. Life in London. Moncdre I). Conway, iu one of his letters to the Cincinnati Commtrci'U, col - lates from the report ot the liegistrar 'ieneral the following interesting sta tistii's in regard to the largest city in the world; "The .Metropolis covers 78,080 acres, or 1*22 square miles; it contains 1,500 miles of streets and 2,000 miles ot sew ers. There are 417,707 inhabited houses, at which dwelt at the middle of 1870, 428, anion" whom there were more females than males by 222,0*0. The iuelusion of fifteen miles around makes the population 4,286,007. The annual rentable value of property is 12:5,251,- 802. The estimated incerease of popu lation p»-r annum is 41,104. There arc somewhat over 100,0(10 professional men, which includes members of Parlia ment, editors, artists, authors, teachers atid officer- 1 ; 211,000 of the commercial class 505,000 of the yre.it industrial class— mechanics, that is, or skilled workmen—the "laborers', (05,000) be ing excluded, and also .'55,000 whose oc cupations are "undefined." Of the women, 082,1150 are wives who aid their husbands in business 226,000 are do mestic servants; many keep inns and lodging houses; largo numbers arc shop keepers; 5,000 hook hinders; 4,000 mako artificial flowers; 15.000 tailor essev. 58,000 milliners and dressmakers; 27.000 .seamstresses and shirtmakers; 44,000 laundresses; 5,000 shoemakers; 4.000 box and packing case makers; 11 machinists. Only 20,000 are returned as gentlewomen. " There are 314, W00 children in the schools. Under the age of five the males and females are marly equal; from five to fifteen the excess of girls is slight; above that the discrepancy rapidly increases This is ascribed to the emigration cf men and the immi gration of women. More than half the population above twenty were born out of London. More than one-sixth of the population annually die in public or charitable institutions, last year 8,- 174 died in the work-houses, 5,310 in hospitals and 111 in lunatic asvlums. The violent deaths were 2,885, of which 7 were executions, T'O homicides, 208 suicides, and the rest accidents. The most disagreeable novelty of this re port is the table showing the daily average of sunshine from May Ist to December ."51st, of last year Even in May the average was only about six hours, and though it rose somewhat over seven in the Summer months, it declined to oscillate between one and two during the last three months of the Year. Something New. This in nothing moro or less than Ja panese |>ai>«r carpeting, which has, de* pitf its lifting, nil the appearance of first-clans oilcloth, with all the tough ness, elasticity ami durability <"f leather Of all tiling*, we last expected to see paper t;.ke the place of oilcloth, but here it does unquestionably. It is manufactured in Now Jersey, and reaches this coast in 23 ntnl 37$ yard rolls, the former a yard wide, and tlie latter 11 yards wide. It threatens to displace oilcloth altogether, as it is handsomer, without the smell peculiar to the latter, lays smoother, is more durable, lias a superior foundation, is printed in six or eight bright colors by iiand, and will not crack like that which it is intended supersede. The necc«sity of the intri luction of earthly matter above the burlap iu ordinary oilcloth renders cracking and tearing iu many instances almost unavoidable, and a substitute like this was long needed This is now supplied, and the public will be the gainer. A TRADE union committee waited 011 Henry Ward Ueeclier recently and re quested ta> learn his opinion in regard to this problem: If the average family can he maintained on or.e dollar a day, how many families can 1k» provided for on $20,000 a ytar * Mr Kcecher, 11? re ply, said he had for many year* grap pled earnestly with this problem, but the enormous expenses attending law suits had prevented him from arriving »t any satisfactory conclusion, lie as all red the committee that his future researches would In* conducted on the brtadaud water basis WHERE AMERICAN ABEOWNEU -The total number of American ship? is 53*»; of these 114 are owned in Bos ton. in Portland, T2 in Bath. 30 iu Waldoborough, 29 in New Bedford, or considerably more than one Lalf in theae five p >rts. Of *»!> l barks. 41. are owned on the Atlar.tic or over tive eightb*: 130 are owt.rd in R«toti, 110 in New Bedford, 127 iu New York and 43 in Portland Of Drig*. nearly ail are owned 111 New Eaglard and New York. — ft+toH Tr<ir<!sr. THE uumtwr of idle men in the an thracite coals regions ot Pennsylvania is estimated at over 40,000. O&EOOJT yield* flax equal to the best grown in EUMU or Ireland. SEATTLE. WASHINGTON TERRITORY, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1577. The Pacific C "t contains mere than one-third the '.rca of the whole United States, ar;.i fr*tn which New York. Pennsvlvania, Ohio, or the whole of New K- gland might be tak.-n without being iii «vd This back d<<or oi Anur ica ht-. within tw< nty r.in? year*. pro duced ovtr $1,800000,000 in gold a-1 silver, or more than one third of all the % >»d and silver coin in the world—equal to all the gold, silver, copper and paper money in Great Britain, France, Ger n.any and the United State-, and dur ing the next twenty-nine years will «upply as much more. It ha- furnish ed world with money. It now produces moie wheat than any .State ol the Union ea>t of the Ktx ky Mountains—California bj 1 itself being the third wheat-producing State in the I. nion, and send.s nearly one half of all the wheat shipped from the I nited States to Europe. This section produces nearly forty-five per cent, of all the wool raised in the United States and nearly all the wine. This section supplies more than half the quicksilver of the world. It furnishes salmon to all the world, and will, ere long, supply the world with lumber. It has the largest bunk in America, the Hank of Nevada of this city having double the capital of any other bank in America. San Francisco stands as the third city in the Lnited States in the mutter of imports and experts. It lias a popula tion greater than any city in the United States when the Ilsruld and Tribune newspapers were started, and equal to tint of the empire city at that time.— *y. F. Juiirn.il •>! Cumnterce. A WASTE OF MMXEY.— The wide spread financial depression seems to have had little effect on the • .xndus of of American tourist* going abroad to air their republican dignity and inde pendence. and import European super cilious impertinences. More than forty five million dollars have already been issued by New York bankers in letters of credit during this season. In addi tion to this, the transactions of other bankers in the same line, in other large seaboard cities and the interior, have probably aggregated nearly as much ; and moreover, a large collective sum has been exported either in American riin ey to bo exchanged in Eurepe, or in European money purchased here Indole the embarkation of the excur sionists. On the whole, an estimate that $ 100,000,000 will be taken out of the country by tourists this year, will probably be within the truth, and it is highly doubtful whether ttie returns, in the way ot increased culture, informa tion, and patriotism, will be worth a tithe of this enormous sum. .MISCELLANEOUS. INFORMATION WANTED ! IMMEDIATELY OF THE FIFTEEN (15) I Shipwrecked Mariners who were placed on board the r. s. h rigftti' " Constitution," Capt. John Percival, l'y the 11. S. Consul at Valparaiso. Chile, June 15. isifi.to be carried to an American port. The partiea themselves. or their heirs, will learn something to their advantage by addressing or applying to ALBERT M. SNYDER. Attorney for I'. S. Claims, Seattle, King Co., W. T. j Patents for Inventions, Land Patents and Land Warrants obtained : Pensions. Bounties. Extra Pay, Prize Money. Claims for Horses, and other Property lost or destroyed in the service of the | I'nited States, collected ; unsettled accounts of ex-officials of the Civil Service. Army ami Naval Officers, adjusted before the various Departments of the General Government. Can be seen at Office DAILY IXTFXIAACXCKA. au:U (Uwliu A. M. 3. All Kinds of Cooper's Work Done at »hi rt notice and at LIVING FRICES and FISH &BEEF IMRRELS Always on hard at t' e Cooper Shop of George Sidney, Front St., near North Pacific Brewery. Jy2:Vtf H ILLS Sale & Lock Co. H. ff. ROWLAND, Agent, SEATTLE, W. T. N. B.—Parties wishing to bn* a Safe wi!i find it thc.r interest to caH and examine prices, 4c.. of this old and reliable Company, before par. chasing elsewhere. au"*itf BOARDING ! VM AN AND WIFE. OK A COfPLI OF P.E spe. tab e men. can tw accommodated with a II a.e and Hoard in a 5-nvate family, if perrs-atent Address H Y T. lUsoficc. No bummer* need apr y. aulS-dtf BOAT STOLEN. ON TllE NIOHT OF SINDAY. SEPTEMBER M from Cr*wf,*d A Harrington a Wharf, a WHITEHALL BOAT aixtren fret long an 1 palmed drab < n the , atude. with » blue streak co the gunwaie The ntr is br kea aboet five j feet from Ike Uw. on the j rt side. It is a New York hul l boat, formerly the property cf Capt. Jno 8. Hlii. Ten IX.lars Reward will be pal J . for bringing It back to, or semi in* Information to i MARX RACINK. Hf I ilw Vaafaus Island The Back-door of America. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE ! FIVE YOKE OF LARGE WORK OXEN ! Will be »<. d t 'g*tbf r r wi'tnittly. Also, a COMPLETE orTFIT of fcOGGING IMPLEMENTS. Far particulars iciuire of PAY * CRAIG. Dawamish Rivt-r f.mr ralles from Seattle Aagast 2«, IsTT. tu24.dlm C- L. Mm^ELL. Manufacturer A Dealer in First Class HARNESS & SADDLERY MILLS 1 ., BETWEEN FIRST AND SECOND SEATTLE, W. T. SADDLES, BRIDLES, HARNESS. And everything appertaining to the Trade con utautly on >iaiid. Carriage Trimming TONE TO ORDER. and prompt attention given to all orJoru tor NEW WO UK or REPAIRING. SEATTLE Grist Mill. r | HF. T'NDERSIGNED, HAVING LEASED THE A Mill formerly ran by Stetson & Post, on YESIER'S WHARF, la prepared to manufacture a superior article of GRAIIAM FLOL'R, CHOPPED FEED, Ac. Rarl»y and other Grain chopped on hliort notice and at lowest raUs. Grain sent by steamer from aiiT part of the Sound, promptly ground and returned. Farm Produce of all kinds bought or sold on commission. »u2-d*wtf OEORGE EDWARDS. S. & W. W. R. R. cyqr 23EIEE!3BEBC SEATTLE TO RENTON. pASSENOER AM) FREIGHT CARS WILL I leave Seattle erery d»y (Sundaya excepted) atfi 1 , A. m.. and 1 v. M.; returning will leave j Renton at 10*. M. an.l 4 r. M. For freight or passage, apply at the Office of the Company at the Depot. J. M. COLMAN. Jy2-diwtf General Superintendent. | PUGET FOUNDRY! WHITE & TENNY, SUCCESSORS TO J F. 4. T. WILSON. J 1 LL KINDS OF IRON AND BRASS CAST . \ tugs done at Sun Francisco ptirea. Orders from all parts of the Sound will be flllad wi|U promptness and dispatch. ap'A>-daw GREAT SELLING OFF HOI SE, Government Street, VICTORIA, B. C. In consequence of our relinquishing the Retail branch of our business, the Whole Stock at the *° London Hoiihc" Will be s. .1.1 off at such prices as to insure a sj»eedy clearance. The sale will commence on 9 Qlmie lIH. The Stock, amounting to al>out ?GO,OOO, an«l imported direct from the markets of Euroj'e, consists of a lull assortment in the following Departments, viz* PRESS GOODS, MILLINERY, UNDERCLOTHING, COTTON GOODS, SILKS AND POPLINS, GLOVES, CLOAKS, MANTLES, LACES, FURS, RIBBONS, UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS, FANCY GOODS, CARPETS. CURTAINS, SHAWLS, COSTUMES, BLANKETS, FLANNELS &c. Turner, Beeton & Tunstall, Wharf Street. Victoria. B. C., Mav 3uth, 1877. mv3o-dwtf SEATTLE II STORE! M. R. HADDOCKS, PBOPBIKTOII. MlO MISCELLANEOUS, EASTWICK. MORRIS S CO. Civil and Mining EN ess- x n>j" mums, Room No. C, Burcett'a BniMing,] « or. Commercial «V Washington Street* Seattle, Wwb. Territory. CO4I AU-1 oth r iu;n n! !mu.< mine*. *ur reyed. m i upoo I'ltr.s and estimate* fi>r ciiniug impDvemeni* fumnhtn! sttenti*: n t** iar. I survey*, and to the <alion • f city lot* u:d bKvk*. Maj » and draw ls mechanu aliy etecuted NOT. 1?, ISTS. Bed-Rock BARBER SHOP! II AVI NT, orF.SEP A NKW SHOP. AM) I 1 liaviEß sfi'uml the eervUca of a firt.t-o:a»« Artist, we are jir.pared to disprnKe Tonsorkl luxuriea to the entire satisfaction of a Shaving, 25c; Kair Cutting. 25c Shampooing. 25c. I.adiea' aii.l Children'* Hair Cutting *aJ Wastalng a specialty. Shop on Mill street, next door to St. l"!:&rIf* Saloon. jeia-dtf THE "WHITE" SEWING MACHINES ARE DESTINED TO TAKE THE LEAD ! A No. 1 Machine for s3s— COIN. Machines sent on trial anywhere in tlx city, free of charge. TRY USE. au3o-d*wtf E. BUYAS, A^cut. PUGETSOUNDSTONEYARO M. J. CARIiEEK it liic llfiitl of Vrslfr's Wharf, SEATTLE. Eveiy \.\ririv of Cemetery Work executed In Marble and all other Stone, with neatnesa and diapatch. Aluo.allkindsof Masons' Building Material kept for the market. Also, for the sale of the Ran Jnan Lima. All older* promptly filled, and satisfaction guar, anteed. WALL PAPER I'Al'l'.ll NIIAUKS CHEAP AT CALVERT'S, SECOND STREET. aul Crawford & Harrington, IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS S E A. T X JL, E, w. T., Have on hand a large and well assorted stock of goods in their line, consisting of Foreign and Domestic Hardware and Cutlery sroii and Steel, assorted. Blacksmith an«l Carpenter Tools. Agricultural and Mining Implements. ( rockery and Glassware, Paints A Oil Hemp and Manilla Cordage. (Jroceriesand Provisions, Wines, Liquors, Etc. AftEXTS FOR TIIE FiRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF LONDON, &C. LF" iALBOT COAL, FOR CITY TRADE, EOR; SALE FROM WHARF CRAWFORD & HARRINGTON. SEATTLE, W. T„ July lsl , THE ARCADE ! FRONT STREET, SEATTLE. DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, GLOVES, &c. l,aiiios and Gents' Itiriiisliing (Ms. Triivks, VALISES, ETC. , I ° Ur S P ri »S" Stock has arrived, an,l comprises" the most Fasbio. .able (roods in the market. We .all social attention to our FURNISHING GOODS and CLOTHING DEPARTMENT. C3-ENTS' HATS -A. SPECIALTY IIOVII, PONCIN & YOUNG, NEW GOODS AND NEW STYLES BY EVERY STEAMER. PIIKHAM & SAXE, ARE SELLING TIIEIH CLOTHING ! —AND— amis 11 R\ISIII\C; mm CHEAPER THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IX rHI <Q| MltV. hli3 L. P. SMITH & SON WATCHES Clocks, JEWELRY, (f llflf - TLev return their sincere thanks to jjjjk: public for tbt> very generous patron WV age bntowc-d since tbeir return from * '-" California Please Call and Examine our Stock. Our .Hollo is—Fair Dealing, <£uick Sales and Small Profits. STORE ON FRONT STREET. Opposite the Brewery. JeliMltf W. A. JENNINGS, Whuleaala and Retail Dealer In Cboie* GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, HARDWARE, FINE TEAS, CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, FLOUR, FEED, &C. Imported aud California Wines, Foreign ann Domestic Liquors, Cigars and Tobacco. Ail Goods Guaranteed as Represented. Goods Delivered in the City Free of Charge Ooxnmeroial street, Seattle, w • V* MISCELLANEOUS. NO. SJ.