THE DAILY INTELLIGENCER.
ttXtt MrJAfjrr. 'on*
leNAUGHT & LEARY,
*rrORSEYS -AT - LAW, SOLICI
TORS IN CHANCERY, <k Pltoc
*,!' prsctlc* lo the DUlrict and Supreme
will »p«c!al attention to Col-
OonTejarj"-!!!*. fcc.; alao to the pttfttnw
0., P. JENKINS,
SEATTLE, W. T.,
4 rTOItSKT-A T LA \V. SOLICITOR
/V OttANCKitY, AM) I'ROC'TOR
IS ADMIRALTY. mh2l
W. R. ANDREWS
SEATTLE, W. T. sepll
MRS. S. D. HEWES. M. D.
Ilv if tilt First Lad> (ira-iuaUs io Medirinf,
Offen her to tha people of Seattle and
the S»rth !'»«ifli' Coaat.
ltr«. Doctor Hewa cornea Weat after ten year*
of ronatant am] successful practice. Will open
hsr house to the alck. Mother* can find a home,
with th« be«t medical attendance during confine,
oirat ami patient* for general medical treatment.
Will treat the nick l,y letter, ami till order* for
Medicine *>y mall or express.
KrtiMence ou Union street, between Fourth and
DR. G. BRYANT,
Physician ami Surgeon.
NEWCASTLE, \V. T.
DRS. A. tH. B. BAGLEY.
lioinii'op at hints,
SEATTLE, W. T.
DK H B. BAGLEY, LATE PROFEBHOR OF
Principle* ant Practtca ot Hurgery In the
Mlrhlgaa Central Medical College, will niak*
Opmtir* Sitra-ry tmlSurgt'-at Dianas** a special
»y. an* will »tteml to rails in auy part of Ihe
touml. dl 9
Soattlo, W. T.
OfV* No. 1, Diupttch Rut Mi tig, oppnulte Occi
DR.G. A. WEED,
m r<jko\ and physician,
SEATTLE, W. T.
D. LOCKE, M. D.,
tortutntnl Office— Front Room, up Maim
r .wnthai'n Biork, Seattle. W. T Jj3l
I'R i. (1. GRAPSE, DENTIST, OF-
ft*'# In Htone 9t )' Tftt'a New Bulld
'-t-LUr lug on Commercial ,treet. All work
A J.S. MAGGS,
OPFJIC.E, MILL STREET,
o**f Ss.tJ!» and Itarmmf Hto-e. EAST OK OC
CIDENTAL HOTEL. TJH.
My ELECTRO MAGNETIC MEDICATED
BATHS *lll Cur* r»r»!j»l». H>i*umtti»ui.
*ll Mud* of S*rv»u» Affuctiou* A 1»m», will
rortfy tu* UloiHt. anil CAIIM* th«>r*>U£li action of
oiyaua of the IHHIT.
Caaeg taken by contract.
Eureka Bath Rooms
orro»rr* acHWAHirMEm'a «vn*.
W(TOR & BIILIIER.
OVAMASTEES FIRST - CLASS
*onn .i R rut: 10 W KS r HA I ES.
» ruuipUt* outftt f.vr r*i»tug and mortM
*td will atlrud U kil.'L ord«r» wltt
MM' the Pavilion.
USTWICK. MORRIS CO.
Civil mil l Mining
No. f. Burne tt'« Bulldi&f.}
-r " 4 n'*thlK|UH Itrcrtl
*«attl». lVub Territory,
••i!!? "^" U " r ««iueral latida u.4 niin<« »ur-
»nj iv|«rtnl apvi Pbu mmd
"juiiii taituuu iiupruvruiaou funuM.
MMIIIT?!? 00 « I »w> to laa.l anrrejr*. and to th»
l> avc-s are shrinking on the tree*,
W here the nests are hidden;
There's a bush among the bees.
As to ream forbidde: :
i here's the silk of <*orn '.hat sh .'.vs
Faded tangles blowing.
So that everyb xiy knows,
iJir'itig. summer'® g> ipg
There's the mist 'hat haunt- the iiigli'.
Into m >rning sailing.
Leaving tilniv webs of light
On the grasses trailing;
There's the fierce red sun that glows.
Through the vapor showing;
**o everybody knows
Darling, summer's going
There's the insects' wings that gleam;
Iywusts khrilly calling;
There are silences that seem
Into sadness falling;
There is not another rose
liut the sweet-briar blowing;
So that everybody knows.
Darling, summer's goiug,
Hreathe but softest little sigh,
Chiltl, for vanished roses.
For (itch season, g"ing by,
Something sweet discloses;
And if in your heart lias grown
Truth to fairer blowing.
Summer then will be your own,
Spite ol summer's going.
From tho Puyallup.
PCYALLI I', Sept. IH, 187?
lit*. INTXLLIGF.NCER: — There are
acres of Indian camps scattered through
the hop fields here, and a trip through
them by moonlight is a most interest
ing sight The bright lire-t blazing in
every direction, liidiun*, squaws and
children lying around them in every
positiou, according to their notions of
comfort, while the inevitable Indian
dogs, by the score, bay the moon most
lustily. Hi re and there amongst them
their Indian game is in progress: a
dozen or more si washes sijuatting
around on a board, howling their loud
est, pounding it witbjsticks, and umk
ing a most infernal dm. A pile of sil
ver h oil the board and they win or
lose it by guessing in which hand the
dealer holds a painted bone The loser
holds the bone almost every time.
The Chines* camps ure less numer
otis, but are moro orderly and quiet and
much cleaner. They are sitting around
their camp-fires smoking and quietly
chattering in their native tongue, and
some ure in their tents sleeping, the
bright moon shining in on theiu j
through the open ways. Above their
heads the tall Cottonwood trees with
their fast withering foliage and bare
branches stretch upwards, patiently
waiting for the new life which in llis
good time is sure t> come, making a
fellow almost curse the civilization that
compels him to pay four lits for the
privilege of stretching his weary limbs
HI a dark room by the light of a tallow
dip, and tight animate nature all night.
The 1 ittto town of l'uyallup on 81111-
day morning was swarmed with In
dians on horseback and afoot, all
dressed iu their Sunday best. I learn
a race is te> take place 011 tlie other side
of the river so thither I wend my way;
the ro«d was thronged with Indians all
the way; the ferry boat across the river
is strung on a wire cable, and is a great
convenience to the public and u great
source of revenue to its owner. Yes
terday was it field day for it. The lace
truck is a straight liOU-yard track in an
open licld, the sand is from three to six
inches deep on it. Arriving there, one
of the strangest scenes 1 ever witnessed
was lie fore mo. There must have been
tive hundred Indians there at one time
dressed in a variety .if costume that no
country in the world but this can pro
duce. All over the plain they are
scat tern I in groups gambling or run
ning their ponies at reckless speed
through tlm crowd; yet all seemed
good iiatured and happy. The squaws >
Usually sat by themselves Some were
knitting, some nursing and all gossip
ing and good natured. A number ol
gamblers, chully from Seattle, have
their g:iiues nattered around -the
ground, ehuckalui k being the principal
one, as the Indians can more readily
understand it, and they ail have money
nod will gamble.
A l irge number ot Indian* are here
fioiu Klickitat, aud they are the finest
b>oking tpecimeiis of the red man 1 ever
»*\v They are tall, straight us an ar
row, cleanly dressed 111 their native and
most picturesque costume of breech
cloth and leggings, buck-skin mocca
sins, aud their bright colored blanket
doubled and fastened in graceful folds
around their waist with a sa>.h. They
have the bright, keen eye, high cheak
(tones, aquiline noae and receding fore
heai (Which is not covered with hair)
that we used to read of when children.
There i» no superfluous flesh on any af
them, but they look as agile as a pan
ther. Nearly all wear largo shell car
tings. aud their gnrments are decorated
according to their rank or prowess,
after the Indian custom. Their squaws
wear leggings and uiotcasins, with a
short skirt, aud cleau, bright blankets
thrown gracefully around their shoul
ders. They are all painted, not daubed,
a* our Indians, with a bright veruiii
lion fut on evenly over their frncv*.
after the fashion of our peop.e, and
more of it. Cue motherly looking
Mjuaw, with a family of grown children
around her. had her hair powdered
white, an 1 her face, which had a perfect
European cast, was (tainted red. She
was standing lieside one of her sons,
who was losing all his money at monte
with our Indians.
Tfce down Sound Indian*, with an
eye to butiueM, were peddling Al»alone
shells amongst their brethren from ever
the mountains, while wandering togeth
er in pairs over the fields on foot, or ou
the road on horseback, were cwipb»
paired, but uot mated, smiling through
their paint, the sickly »o»ile which lie
tokens the old, old »tory. it •
motley crowd and ona 1 shall not »oon
SEATTLE. WASHINGTON TERRITORY. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 20, 1577.
forget, the galloping korses and their
yelling rtders the bright color? and
ttic picturesque costumes of the Indians,
the gamMers calling tht-ir gnaiej with
stentorian voice, and the perfect freedom
from esre or restraint which seemed to
At night the Indian* had a ball iu
a hall th»y had built for the purpose.
It »i< a respectable ball— no Indian
dance —and the way they all mi
through the figures in a quadrille was
better than any ordinary country ball
room crowd could do it There was no
laii'-s' dressing room, Dor was there
need for any. When a »qu»w's bot.t
became untied, she just sat down, swung
her foot'over her knee, and tied it; if
her only skirt became unfastened, she
stopped the dance and fastened it. As
for bursting hooks and eyes, that don't
occur amongst the squaws, they use
buttons, and their dresses are the same
size all the way down. Cider and root
beer were for sale oa the ground, in
which they participated liberally, all
having plenty of money. An Indian
deputy sheriff was here, with one or
two constables, a very commendable
precaution, as otherwise the Indian*
won Id be roblj->d. More anon.
There is a feeling of jealousy that
seems to Lie innate in snuie natures.
There are many persons who can nei
ther look with pleasure nor approbation
on the successful accomplishments of
their neighbors, ami if by honest worth
one struggles to achieve an unblemished
reputation, there are hundreds ever
anxious and ready to pick flaws both in
his personal character and business re
lations, their motives being pram | ted
by no reasonable prejudice but rather
impelled by their inordinate selfishness
and envy. If a man just starting in
life, with buoyant hopes and laudable
ambition, struggles to assert his mental
and moral supremacy, there is often a
strong feeling created against him, and
many jealously exclaim, "I'ut him
down," as if one born to low estate had
no right to rise above the level iu which
he was cie&ted. Would it not in the
brotherhood of man, seem more like
Christian charity to aid the soul that
struggles to enlargo itself?
A COMFORTABLE DWELLING HOfSE-l
i*A Rooms and an rp-tdair*. heeldc Barn. Stable
Shell*, Well aud ('ellar—ou Welier street. Kent,
f»> per month. TIIO cheapest house in the city.
Apply at Cavauaugh'g MilL sepß-dtf
rpilK I'NDERSIGNED, HAVING LEASED THE
X Mill formerly mn by Stetson A Post, oil
U prepare*! to manufacture a superior article of
GKAIIAM FLOUR, CHOPPED FEED, Ac.
Barley aud other Clraiu choppej on short notice
and at lowest rates.
Grain sent by steamer from any part of the
Sound, promptly ground and returned.
Farm Produce of all klnda bought or sold on
au'2-dawtf GEORGE EDWARDS.
SECOND STREET. aul
c. La MITCHELL.
Manufacturer A Dealer in Kirat Clans
HARNESS & SADDLERY
MILLS'., BETWEEN FIRST AND SKCONL
SEATTLE. W. T.
And everything appertaining to tha Trad* eoi
staatly oa baud.
DONE TO ORDER, and prompt attention civet
to alt orders tor XEW WORK or REPAIRING
mm » MZ M* .
J. J. CONNER, Prop*.
This Hotel ;• situated In the tbnTln( to*a oi
La iVinner at the ui.juth of the Hkaxtt nver, aad
In ths 'entre of the great agricultural district o(
fu*et •i'taJ. Th« huoaa la well estab lahed. anJ
F- r Fsmiies and the Trs*e.ii:g Public.
Parties on Hunting Excursion!
W»:; And this hotel moat caatrally located.
1 La Coaocr, W. T.. Jaa. IJ, IST*. «
Put Him Down.
BILLIARD SALOONS, £c.
MILL .STREET, SEATTLE.
\ UVIVS ox H VXD. PILSIXEK S CELF-BRA
- \ tM BoTTLEI' LAGER; llhl md
all other kind* of
I. Ar, K R I) KK U
Lager Beer, 5 Cents j»pr <;iass.
1.l .\( lli:o\ AT ALL IIO( Its.
Mill Street. Seattle. W. T,
ALGAR & NIXON Proprietors
FROXT BTKEET, OPPOSITE YEBLKR*S H VI.L.
FLYNN & ANDERSON,
Corner Commercial and Main street, opposite
theU. S. Hotel.
' la the place to nlnii tn have the Inner
1 man replenished.
Cigars, Tobacco, Wines, and Liquors
Alwaya oo har d.
r l\»ni W>«t i «? 1a 9
TBE CHfIiCEST LIOS3RS & CIGARS
Attached to tho Saloon i<< a Fimt-claf*
The 5-Cent Saloon,
As good a glass of Boor as can l>e
had in the city for scts.
The best of Liquors lo i ts.
A good Cigar lOcts.
val mm i co,
" NED'S SALOON !"
(Formerly occupied by M»t. Keit^i
I S NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS. AND THOSE
1 favoring it with their patronage will dud the
Par supplied with the choicest goods. and an
obliging anl efficient Barkeeper to wait upon
them. I have a number of Private Club Rooms ,
for the accommodation of the public.
Ojwa al! hour* of the day and uitflit.
ON MILL STREET SEATTI.E, W. T.
WINES, UOUORS & CIGARS
Constantly «• hand.
! RIGBEY & CO.. Proprietors.
MPIH SALOON !
The Choicest Liquors & tors
PROPRIETOR. nil. 16
Notary Public and Conveyancer,
Heai Kstate and Tax Agent.
Uwt co«ji>l*te Ahatraat of Title to all Land*
In K.ln« Cow'. y. Will attend to the parvhaae aad
aal* of Land* mjwhrr* on Paget Huuu 1. Special
attention paid to Tranafer of Real Katate and
hjmut of Taxaa. Patronage aolicited aad aatia
OAMN mu Mrat, uaaitj oppaaita Ut"Oe.
1 I AVISO OPENED A NEW SHOP. AND
I I having secured the mrvln . f % flr>t-ca.-*
Arti>t. we arv pttpsre.l to dispe: so Touscria]
luxuru* t ■ the entire u of a
Shaving, 25c: Ilair Cutting. 25c-
Ladies' and Children* liair Cutting aal
Washing s specialty.
Shop on Ml!', street, next door to St. Charle.
ARE DESTINED TO TAKE THE LEAD '
A No. 1 Machine for s3s—
Machine* sent on trial anywhere in tin-city,
free of charge. THY ONE.
au3o-iUwtf E. BRYAN, Ajjent.
All Kinds of
Done it fl;< rt ti.ti.e and at I.IVIVG PRICES !
FISH & BEEF IIIRRELS
Always "j» hautl n\]t !.e Cooper Shop of
Front St., ln.ir Ni.rtli Pacific Brewery.
(Yuninercial Street. Seattle.!
The Best of Work (Juaranteed.
Repairing and Cleaning done.
Importer »f mid Itcaler In
Sofas & Lounges,
OF HAIU CLOTH and TAPESTRY.
ComuiWCit: Street. W. T.
Farm for Sale.
ri"HE rjfDERSIGXEt) OFFEr.S HIS PLACE
L In the Snojaaimie f r Mle It contain* lit)
A.-r»* Bottom l.md.and 40 Acres Tluit<ered t'p
:and, a'.oplng gently to the river. It 1« li mile*
fr-'ui Hnoqaslmle City, at the ri»er srosalng. t
II.I:« from Laie Washington. ami '£• frum Seattle
Fifty arm * a>he<! t M acres iu Krai*. 4 icm of
u;- and grubbed for an orchar.l . 30 too* of hay
The place ha* three-quartern of a ml!e frontage
on tha river, la safe from overflow, and baa •
clear stream of water running thr ugh. which
can t.e brought in the h'.uae. bain or milk house
la valuable for !aiu)>eriii». Latii..' a good deal of
timber oa it. an t la the first key point for getting
out t'ie timber on the adjacent alx or eight sec
ti in*, and ha* a good bay for booming. The loca
tion is centra 1 . and aflt>r.laa go >d steamboat >an4-
tig A h' tel and More would do well there at
the present time, and it i* convenient to ait loj.
King camp* now In operation.
House and too!* uu the place. Cans? of selling,
For farther pariicnan lnqalre of
•nIT-dawtf Suoqualtnle River, W. ?.
Crawford & Harrington,
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS
s E A. X X JL. E, w. X.,
Have 011 hand a large and well assorted stock of goods in
their line, consisting of Foreign and Domestic
Hardware and Cutlery
B ron and Steel, assorted.
Blacksmith and Carpenter Tools.
Agricultural and Mining Implements,
Crockery and Glassware. Paints&oif
Hemp and Manilla Cordage, Groeeriesand Provisions, Wine*.
AGENTS FOR THE
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF LONDON, &C
iIT TALBOT COAL, FOR CITY TRADE. FORJ SALE FROM WHARF
CRAWFORD & HARRINGTON.
SEATTLE, W. T., J„ly Ist. 1573.
THE ARCADE !
FRONT STREET, SEATTLE
DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS,
Ladies and Gents' hirnishin* Woods. Trunks,
Our Spring Stock lias arrived, ami comprises 1 tbo most Fasbio. table
Goo<ls in tbe market. We call sjteoial attention to our FURNISHING
GOODS ami CLOTHING DEPARTMENT.
C3-ENXS* HAXS -A. SPECIALTY
iiiivii, pom & vorafi.
NEW GOODS AND NEW STYLES BY EVERY STEAMER.
PINKHAM & SAXE,
ARE SELLING THEIR
GENUS IIRMSHIVO GOODS
THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE
IX THK COBMTBY. au3
L. P. SMITH &. SON
FMease Call and Examine our Stock
Oar Motto is—Fair Dealing, Quick Sales and Small Profit*.
STORE ON FRONT STREET. Opposite the Brewery.
W. A. JENNINGS,
uul Ketall Dealer In Choice
HARDWARE, FINE TEAS, CROCKERY,
; GLASSWARE, FLOUR, FEED, AC.
Imported and California Wines,
Foreign ami Domestic Liquorx, Cigar* ami Tobacco.
All flood* Guaranteed us Represented. Goods Delivered in the City Frew
Doxnmerolal Street Seattle, W. V
Have juvt reaivcd a Large Addition
to tin ir Stork of
< >1 eve ry desirable style and kind.
They return tlieir sincere thanks to
the public for the very generous patron
age bestowed since their return from
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