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fgK DOTTFIELDTRAOEDY -The lapse
, tweo tr4our h «r» since tbe appall
i* tragedj of Sunday lose*
"2-pf jt< horrors. Of all the crimes
■TLjtted here since the pall of night
over Battle, this wan the
2k *"d crueL The Coroner'#
fTjgt held jesterday morning,
Sfollowing juror* being summone
oC. Sborey, F. M Sevier. J. D Smith,
/jj piakham, W.C. Hattbom and Jan.
t Jafdsu- They render*! a Terdict to
yl «Ask that the daceaand was named
PiM Daaflcld; that he wan a native ot
Virtiaia and aged about 57 years; that
to hie death on tbe 3d day ol
jVfgptar, 1577. in this county, by bit
ova hand. to wit: by shooting bimseit
to the head with a pietol and takina
nwhnins and that the act resulted
*am temporary insanity. The te»ti
aoafof the two girls is that they went
to bed about 10 o'clock, and after a
v hile their father catne up and ley
jo*a ea a mattine*. His wife came op
to go to bed but he drove her aw%y
fnm him, and she went down stairs
and sat in a chair by t»»*» Are, where she
H altcp. Tne next thing t ->ey beard
aw the scuffle occasioned by bis cutting
Ut wife's throat and that between him
aal Hopper, when they started down
iMhs sad met him coming up. 1b«
younger girl slipped by him. bjt the
elder ran back into the garret. and got
outside ou the porch. He then ran
jgfo stairs after the second daughter,
chasing her into the yard and cut her
OB the back of the neck with a butcher
kails His wife's throat ha cut with a
Mor. After catting bis daughter, be
ran into the kitchen and shot himself
ia the back of tbe b*>ad with a
lay navy revolver. H - then went
op stain and taking a dose of *trvcb
aaM died on his mat trass H»p
par says that Duutield came into bis
luuai with a laater in one huud
sad au as in the other. He saw h»
danger, and dodged under Dunfleld's
ana. ss the ax fell. He tbeu run to a
neighbor's bouse tor assistance. Mrs.
Duutield is in t very critical condition,
hir throat being cut nearly from ear to
«ar, and ber windpipe being aluioet en
tirely severed by the razor, which bare
ly escaped cutting the main arteries ot
tbsaaok She was sitting asleep in tbe
chair at tbe time, and did not btmr birn
until be seized ber by tbe bead, and
drew tbe rasor across ber throat. An
oaaoa bottle of strychnine was fouud
by tbe aide of bit bed. nearly empty
showing conclu-ively that be bad taken
a very Urge dose of the deadly drug.
That Doufield baa been more or leas
cmy at differeut times, there can be
so doubt, and it is said he was once an
iaoste of tbe insane aaylutn at Stock
toe. He has alwaya bean more or less
troubled about his financial affairs. He
had a good place on the Duwa'uiab
river, where he w uted to reside, bat
bh wife preferred to live in the city,
sad he eould uot make a living here ,
bat kept going deeper in debt
Uut Sunday afternoon he at ori
ia front of thia office and was inhaling
chloroform from a handkerchief, when
oer leporter asked hiiu what be WHS do
ing that for. Mr. Duutield replied that
be was pained wi*h neuralgia. He bad
nstaola hia farm through AugusMack
wash to parties in Port Oamble for
|l,ooo, hut bad not yet received the
aoasy. This case only goes to show
that men who have ntsnifes*ed symp
tarns of insanity should not be suffered
tobs at large. There are other men
walking the streets of this city every
day, Who ought to be locked HO. If we
wwa to name them wt should be set
dam aa a meddlesome interloper. But
MM ef th «e days there will be anoth
er Danfield tragedy and then every
-1 see it plainly em Uib. These
tefarous people shoula b • sent to a
Mil place, no matter what their rela
tions think ot it.
COMFI RTißiE.—Now tbaMbe damp,
Middy wnt r weatb- ris u* n us, it
*wda th ae of o<ir readers who have
not already done so. to provide theai
sslves with a pair of Treeu's extra No.
1« cork-a-led boats. Besides being
made ef ths vary best and most darable
leather, tbcv have placed between the
upper and lower aolr* a thick interme
diate sole of water praef cork which
raises tbe foot clear above the slush of
the walks and keeps it dry even after
ths bottom sle wets through. It is «
fleet conservator of health. Within the
Month Messrs. Trsen A Co. have re-
eeivd orders for 16 pair* including both
Udtas* and genll> meu'a wear. They
Mean men constantly employed,
•n 1 use Bohrocdar's home-manufactured
jttttav-th* eery best tluit can be got
Wffcne; thus aneonrrging local in
m*h end trade.
WjU*F AcciDiar. Yesterday!
■flteiag a) oit • leven o'clock, the
wWrf of Ha sou. Aekerson & Co., at t
ft** fell w-tb i load crash, carry
gg with it abi ut two bnndred tbuQMWi
VMt of Inubvr that Uy on the wharf
awaiting ihl|«tnt K*ery available
*at Ml uaoirdutely pw—ed into th»
•wiao, and nearly all of it will ha run
wa booais. ThU will probably ocra
«J» » np»« of notations at the
fcrtll. tu. Wi ter.
**
ft* I ®crtJnr.—The neat leelare
gl«*n an'er t a a«*tpiee« of the T oung j
"■jfcClllke Asa -cat on, will tar J
1 S?* Yaaht'a Hill to-mnrmw i
Ij. Bar. C. V. Anthony, of POrt
* The eatijoer is "Joan of Arc. or
iMan I ,Groat Work." We sincere
y ? IU rywrandpalleau will
■*o«|er hnate tbaa that which
I- l"*<'""|»D»ad|.
JjpWMU—The daoadfol aoonrge of,
■ < ri« bit. 1 iaed another rietiai
" ti«W fcatily of Prof. H 11. of Poyal-
I Oily ten days ato, wo
SiPMfaM th» death of bis eldest
| Pjjj* by this fearful malady, and
lb d*°*bter is taken any.
| —Mi ton e-e»i t«» be gobic
I- ; tpbnMlj. Capt. Blinn »«y»
will b-vtn working at
to All their order*,
p «hi to note thb change for the
A DANOEBOCS ASSAULT This morn
ing. about 2 o'clock. a young fellow,
named Smith, struck a man named Ste
ven*. while sittine in the Hnajr Saloon
np.rti the bavk ol the bead with a heavy
chair, cutting a frightful gn.h ii> hi.
•calp ai.d inflicting whmt b suppoaed to
be a most <l»> gerous woo ad. After nc
lug the effects of his aaaaalt Saiiih
n^ e r l !iLf c * MB fr . ,m tke
, r - was immediately called
in attendance tpon the uijnrvd mum.
The woaad may not revolt faulty, al
though there sns a great low of Mood
and much pro*tratiuu in confluence
An OLD STEAMBOATMAS GONE.— On
Sunday last, at Vancouver, Cept. Wo.
R. Turnbnll died from tbe effects of a
cancer, which had - eaten away tbe
greater porti m of his face. He was
about 37 y»ars of age and has led from
boyhood tbe business of steamfewting.
He built aud commanded ihe steamer
Fannie TN.up, also was master of the
••tcamers Vancouver. Champion and
Governor Grover Hi* wife precaaled
him to th« grave about eight month*
ago. worn out by watching him through
his sufferings p.ior brave hearted.
hone«t little "Dick he was every inch
a man.
A SKCNR. —M. R. Mad docks has
some fine fowls in a coop at the rear of
bis residence, at the corner of Fn>nt
and Ma>lison stre«u For several days
he has lieen mi sing them, and con
cluded to set a trap for the thief On
>unday night a large polecat wa«
cauaht ana Frank Hpenoer, who live*
with him, fired six shote into the bea»t's
hide. A young man slo<id by and
watched the oftera'ion. which reunited
iu tbe de*truutio of a fine suit Of
clothes Thi» unfortunate youth acrtises
Mr. Maddocka o*' baling "put tip a
corner" in perfumery Phew I
REMOVAL.— Ihe Old Fellows have
b-en busy in removing from tlieir old
ball, next door to tbe Post Office, to
their new quarters at tba foot of Cherry
street, during the past two days. The
new hall is a very handsome room, ele
aantly furnished with a heavy Brussels
carpet and everything selected to
match. We are pleased to learn tba*
the monetary affairs of both lodges are
iu a very flourishing coudition.
DIED. —Iu this city, this morning, of
diphtheria, Alfred Hillory Coombs, son
of 8. F and Rachel Coombs, aged 11
years and 8 months. Ally was carrier
of the 1 NTKLLIOKNCER to Brlltown for
the past 14 months, and up to the
morniug be was taken down aith this
dreaded dis»a*e. He was universally
liked by all who knew him. Rock
land, Maine, papers ple-.se copy.
WHOLESALE TRADE— Seattle is fast
assuming toward tbe rest of Puget
Sound, a position tq<iivalent to tbat
which Portland occupies towards the
rest of Oregon. On Saturday last the
firiu of Htitfh McAleer A Co. sold to a
firm just being est.blisbed in Tacoma,
an invoice of s2,oH*> worth of stove*,
tinware, and house-keeping articles.
OBEGOJTWAR CLAIMS. —Among the
amendments to tbe general deficiency
bill reported by tba Benate appropria
tion committee, is one proposing ar ap
propriation to psy the claims audit* d
ai d allowed tiy tba treasury department
| for services, transportation and supplies
jof Oregon and Washington Territory
| volunteers iu tbe Indisn war of 1856.
THS 8.0 RIFFLE.— Tne tick*ta in
Lovett'a bi/ rsffl • at Victoria are near
ly all aold, Jack Levy having disposed
of over one hundred already. The
drawing will take plaos on Monday
next, the 10th of D oember. It arill be
•ememtiered th t the second prise in
L«v»tt's last raffle was woa at Fort
Gamble.
Nnw SALOON. —The saloon farraeily
knowu aa the ft. Owl-* b»s passed
into the hands of Milton B. Cook, for
many years mayor domo of the TeekaM
House at Port Uawble. He has a host
of friends in the u Mta*e of Bast Mtcbi
as" who will not fail to oad ana ere
bim wlien they come to town.
HOLIDAY PESO .NIB.--A* the closing
days of th« year appr«e h, we are rer
minded that Charles Naeher has splen
did watches and jewelry for all bis cus
tomers, of patterns not i.ffered for sale
here before. Prices will be found ex
ceedingly liberal to cash buyers.
BOUND UP. —Th* at earner Phantom,
wbiab arrived from Port Townesnd last
night, reports that she passed the barh
entine Portland, off Point No Point.
She is from B>n Pedro in halnsst and
will load Seattle coal fur tbat point
again.
MAKI .E TELEGRAMS. Schooner
Compeer aa.leU f< >m Milton for San
Francis n ye- er- ay, >n I tbe bark
Kedar arri* d at Vmtona on Snnday
from lok«hi m*.
QT Wat. Hall, aa who
was sentenced to ten years' im| riswn
ment for S'M ting a squaw at Victoria,
has been p duaMd hv the Oe*%*nur-
Oeneral after nUhi five yeata.
HOIXL AMMIfAU.
s*w BSOUID NOTBL.
U«orM Bipund, Edwin Morria. N(«
rattle; K M Howry. Port BltWy. F
Larkui. New Out**; M Henry, Br*tU»;
J«aM* BtldM. Olymuia; HM« HIH*
ttantllv; H H Oil lam. r>*t Madiwm J
Born*. Dnwai*i*h River; 8 O Wood-,
Heart B«ritr. Bnuhowiah City; MJS
T Cooroy. F Pordiu. tit. LMW 8 WH
IM, Cmti»«ilk ABU Tod-r. FW
Tovnimid; B Honor. New Cn-tlr; Mr*.
Greortt end child. While Biter; D*m'l
Mr Kay. Soohomiab; V D Syom*
Ol—alien. Ueii county, W T, 6*4«e
0 iMay*. Bi't.t»a.
i (vaoma Draft*.—Draft* tod
at low** rmt—cm Qn*t Brittan. In
land, Uinwny, B—d«. FW* ■ a,w F
and Sweden. * and mm
Barepeeold nt lowrel rata* by Andrew
CbilbM«, SantUe, W. T.
Lowe AT THIS.— T. Confer M. »-
* tbi ? *■»*. the Central Mar
- w^ e *•!! he pleased to wait
J® "" old patrons and as MOT aa will
favoi• hlm with their patronage. Being
L for **** tavor*. ha will do all
he cu to please one and all. Central
T r ef Fim aDd Kke St* .
Settle, W. T., NOT. 30th, 1877.
Dinner IMPORTATION Schwabach
er Broe. &Co have just received, per
►team* Alaska, end direct from New
J ork. a floe assortment of ladies'
snd dry goods, and a full assortment of
fancy goods and hosiery, all of which
we offer at gree'ly reduced prices.
SCHWABACHEB BBOS & CO.
HOT BOSTOJT BROWS BREAD on Sun
day morning at tbe Earoha Bakery.
your orders fur delivery during
tbe week. m
DIRECT IMPORTATION -P W steamer
Nellie, from Mukilteo. a nioe lot of
smoked salmon at tbe Eureka Bakery.
PVRE MOCHA COFFEE for sale at
Chilberg Brothers.
FOR QEXCIXR OEKMAN Milk Bread,
«ro to Piper's.
MISCELLANEOUS
r now i*
* ' •
, o -HS
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R G
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0
p Janieson's
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a 2 " 0
<s • ■
s -
S BS as
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:
"SILVER,
* AND R
H H
o Plated Ware 11
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£ i
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1 OPENING
Pi i at R
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0 JanieMi's h
ns. w & sunns,
DBESSMAKER.
Batterlek Wmittmm
COMMBUCUL ftrBBBT,
J - MISCELLANEOUS
HOLIDAY GOOuto ,
OP ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
NEWEST AND LATEST.
The Largest Slock in the City
W. E POMPHRErS,
NMiSEI LEI ANI STMItXML
SEATTLE,-W. T. n ovlß
symcn
■OLE AQENTB for Weatera Waahlnfton for the
(hllfmli Farmer*' Mutnal
Fire Insurance Association,
OFFER FOB SALE TO THE TEASE ONLY
TENNENTS ALE, Pints and Q'ts.
BASS* ALE
GUINESB' PORTER, "
HENNESSEY BRANDT in Oc
taves, and 1, 2 and 3 star in
case.
MARTELL BRANDY in Octaves,
and 1, 2 and 3 star in case.
OTARD DUPUY BRANDY in Oc
taves and case.
CALIFORNIA GRAPE BRANDY
in Octaves.
SCOTCH WHISKY in case and
bulk.
IRISH WHISKY in ease and bulk.
CHAMPAGNE—
Chas. Farre, in pints and quarts;
Lands berger's California, Im
perial, and Private Cuvee, in
pints and quarts.
SHERRY—Finest Old Golden, Old
Garvey; and California, in case
and bulk.
PORT —Imported and California in
case and bulk.
BOURBON WHlSKlES—Hotal
ing's genuine J. H. Cutter in
case and bulk; White House,
Universal, Miller, etc. etc.
TOBACCO —Plug, Granulated and
Long Cut.
ClGAtid—The Largest Stock and
Best Assortment on Puget
Sound.
We are the only house in
Washington Territory shipping Furs
direct to London, England, and are
paving the highest cash prices.
■l9-dawtf
AUCTION SALE
OP
■aHfej «M«b
—OS—
Wednesday Evening, Dec. sth,
Oamyrtatoc folloirinf articlaa:
Enfraviiici,
ChrtMM,
Photography
Jewelry,
Vases,
Lanps,
Toilet Deta
flrceltiae Tea* Sets,
Japaaeae Caada,
Plated Ware,
Clocks,
Cigar Uaips,
Glassware,
Alkam,
AM Ifltiaf Qtfcir KJe» TMap.
Tfca QoaJa will be o« a, HMM on m ■Hwliy.
mw Odd Fallow* Hall,
nu* H. B. Levy.
WANTED.
PATRONIZE
Howe Industry!
FLOUR,
—BT—
I W. BDZBT,
nov7 Seattle. W. T.
T01S! TOTS!
—AND
FANCY GOODS
RECEIVED DIRECT FROM
—BT—
J. SULLIVAN.
RPHE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE
L Stock of TOTS and FANCY GOODS la the
city.
1 call apacial attention to • very large and
beauUfnl aaacrtment of
AND
JDoll Perambolaion;
ALSO,
Boys Wagons!
Ladies and Gentlemen, Boy* and Olrla, before
pure baking
HOLIDAY GOODS!
Call and examine my atock. Ton will Bad every,
thing yon want remarkably cheap.
Candies, Note, Figs, Dates,
Pop (?oru, &c.,
Ob hand, in ]«rga qoantitiaa.
CO M M EKCIAL STREET, SEATTLE.
k exalt or roans in* iuhl nil
NOTICE OF SALE.
Seattle Coal and Transportation Co.
Location of principal plaea oI bgriMM, flan
Franclaio, California: Loratioo of Woe a, Kli|
Oouniy, Waahington Territory Kattea—Thai* la
daiinqnant upon tba for.-twin* daacrlbad alack on
account of aaaaaamat 'So. 5) levied on tto
fourth day ot October. U,thi aeveral mbmuU
art oppoaitc tba MDta of th« raapactire ehare
holdera, aa follova:
Mo. of So. of
IIMUM Oartl Scats !>»■ Ami
AUra M W M ISH t M AT
Altco M W H • 40 00
BxkUwC, traMM 110 ma 0,710 00
lioda O«o 0, troatM 11l 17« 0.110 0
BIUITA 38 M 0 MOO 00
HUk* T A 70 IS»S 1U M
Claocy TkeaO 37 10«, ni
Ctiacy Tta 0 80 >1 r
CO 31 MS 33* S
S38ST«i::::::::.::.a & 8!8
Hatcbtaaoa H U trusts*.... 101 MSS U* S3
Ha'lmui Richard 1 M 400 00
KtiloHUl Etc hard M M MO M
Lm Chaa tt MS 1M M
CkM T1 MS IM M
Morrla Thoa B 1«» 758 S.7U M
Mania Thoaß 133 M 7 .jm «
Mod Malaga HarUco ft ls3H 8M <1
ltoataatag* Harlmao 87 80 *OO 00
kichardaoo KA. traal e.... 103 130 ODD 00
Blekardaow 14. train Ut m l«0«
lanltHw MUlo 1 I.MO 8,000 00
Phil* M M 0 ftjNO 00
Htt/btDg 0 ■ • IBS MM fl
Strjbing C H *1 M 0 1.800 00
ftbattuck Cfcaa B 93 ISIIIfMM M
Mh-ttack Chaaß M I.9M* M» »
ButUtck Chaa B. *» - ... • ■ 109 818 9(980 09
Mattock Cfcaa B >39 » WO 00
WaavarPL M US MBl
Wawtfl M 8 80 M
Aad la «ceor4aar« with Uvtsdu order of Um
>o«rtl or Ti —li m mmU—tto fourth tof at Oe-
Mock MMV to MMMn will to *44 at fUlfc
SSStSX.St^JS.SXSi^T
c—tor. Uo7,atth.kwotfto. .'elMfcr. M.,«f
TTft ■v tT ? ' T„* '1
T"" "** »Ain>. toyrtwy.
CdllofM. * *"* r sE£°-
Lost or Stolen.
OH TSUMDAT, TOY. JJd. VSCMIIUI «•
la " Lbo«t tkm
for tt» Mn to ' *•**
TIOI. a UUT.
IOM.
iff* A.*
Are jusi
TOILET SETS
FtHM MB Nil
In End?
We also carry t*
Pure Drugs Med
Of any House in the City, aiu
and Preparations to our already Cot
■rmtf
OUR OWN Jj
INVOICE OF CHOICEST
Vv IMS!
For sale, at PRICES to COMPETE vith SAN FF..KOISCO of
PORTLAND.
CRAWFORD & HARRINGTON,
COMMERCIAL STREET SEATTLE, W. T.
H. W. ROWLAND,
fleieral hsaraace Ageit t
REPRESENTING:
MUTUAL LIFE or HEW TOBE
FIBE IK 3.. .1,100,000
■P i'aii'iiiiitin 1883 «00J»»
>T rlrL FIBE A WD MARINE IKH lnooooo
»I* OBLEANS ASSOCIATION 1850... TOOAL
MiUUHE Sft&i
AHIIIII AN CENTRAL. »•••••••••••••*••••*»*,»,,. , 1 mnimn»
COMMERCIAL PMON ioo»:;;; J;::;::i^SSeS.
o
*• I b«* authorised to iaana Policlea for (he above Oonpanim,—" No need to *e»d away
for approval ;"-I am fnll agent. Partlea will ha inenred from day of application.
Apply to
H. W. ROWLAND,
SEATTI.E DRUG STORE.
H. McALBBR & CO,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Stoves, Tinware, Copper
—AND—
mmm KKTT Mibojv,
GRANITE IRONWARE, WOOD AND ,WILLOW-WARE.
Particnlar Attention Paid to General Jobbing
Mid Tin ltooflug.
OBDBBB. PKOMITLY AND SATitfKACTOBILY FILI.BP. r^||
COMMERCIAL STREET. - - SEATTLE. W. T
VVSAWXtK MTOME
JOHN KEENAN Al«o furnishes Stonn
for Puild : ng Pnrpnftct.
ttAivTAcmmm or 1 Work of alt
Hff APUTT ft All or
j IjH filed end
monuments, ii^H";-::::
nniufiMviKi WKlin ® * (l€ *
HKlwrvlilw of wh,lt tbey
M have DmigMy. - <«■
~* m — qjf„ gent to them
AOBNT to** XZjG^^EOK.
Shop on Crawford k Harrington'* tie, W. T
wpMtt
THE AR(BE!
FRONT BTBEET^i^TTi,EcS
mi goodsHpanct goods,
GLOVES, dec.
Late «ai ttafe' I'urfi&hiag (M*,., frisks.
VALISES, BXO.
Our Hall Stock kas arrived, aod comprise* tb* mtwt Faabiouable
Goods in the market We call special attention to oar JPtfi&i*lSUlN(l
GOODS and CIiOTHING DEPARTMENT.
OBNT'S KATB JL BFBOIAXTT. <
BOYD, mm & YW
IEW QOODS AHBI£W STILES IT EVE&I STEAMER.

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