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THE DAILY INTELLIGENCER.
VOL. IV.
PROFESSIONAL CARD?.
W. R. ANDREWS,
ATTOBiNEY-ATLAW,
LA CONNER, - - W. T.
D. P. JENKINS
Attomev-at-Law,
SEATTLE, - - W. T.
C ■ * -f ~ • ««» C. H liVtOW.
LABBABEE & HANFORD,
COUNSELLORS
-4J»-
Attorneys - at - Law
SEATTLE, W. T.
O tbr* nest door to [mpn-ti Building.^
JAM KM ItC WACOM T * OS* LKABT
MfNAUOHT LEAKY,
ATTORN EYB-AT-LA W ,
BEATTLE. W T.
Also Agents of th« North British and
MerrujUl* Moat* of N«w York and Wanli, of
Hartford, Fire loaurtnc* Comptt.lM
ACOrBT. IsTl.
lilt (J. V.CALHOUN.
CfrOAttlO, w - T.
bflM Ho. 1, Dispatch Bolldlng, opponlU Ocet
deuUl Houl.
DR. G. BRYANT,
Physician and Surgeon.
NEWCASTLE, W. T.
DR. T. C. MACKY,
PHYSICIAN SURGEON,
LA CONNER, W. T. nov»
MRS. S. 0. HEWES. M. D.
HOMOEOPATH I ST.
9* •( the Firsi LaJv (iruiuatf* io Median,
Offers her service* to the people of Keattlaand
Iba North Pacific Coast.
Mi*. Doctor Hewee tomei West after teu year*
of constant and succnaaful practice. Will open
her hoiiM? to the sick. Mothers can find a home,
with the bent res* leal attendance during confine
ui»ut.an.l patient* medical treatment.
Will treat the sick by latter, and fill order* for
Medicine by mail or express.
It evidence ou Union straet. between Fourth and
Fifth. mytt'dwtf
WM NOTICE.
IIK. HKK'KN
HAS RRTVRNEI) FROM CALIFORNIA,
And will remain home until the first of June. All
who are Buffeting witli
CHRONIC DISEASE!
Will fiud the I*Htor raady to relieve them.
Office and Residence ou I'nloa street, between
Fourth and Fifth, Seattle, W. T.
spitdwtf
DR. A. BERTHIER
FBBNCH
mwm AND SURGEON
COMMERCIAL STREET,
Opposite U. 8. Hotel, Seattle, W. T.
OSes Hours front 0 to II a m; 1 to 3, and 7 to
»». M.
dTw. starkey, m. d.
homoeopathic
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office orer Frauentbal'* store, corner of Con*
mere la aud Mill street*. Seattle, W T.
QRS. A. ft H. B. BAGLEY,
tiomaropaihi*ftt<
SEATTLE. W. T.
OH. U B. BAOLET, LATE PROFESSOR OF
Principles and Practice of Surgery in the
Mlrbtraa Central Medical College, will make
Operative Surgery and Surgical Disease especial-
U • *®d will attend to calls In any part of the
¥<und. dlj)
DR. G. A. WEED,
M'NMKON AND PHYSICIAN,
SEATTLE, W. T.
Maura at office ou Commercial street,
• «* Rams a Attrldge-s l>rug S»ore. from 10 to
■ reaideuee. corner of Madiiwu and j
■ <«*> d streets, from 1 to i p. u.
D. LOCKE, M. >D.,i
DENTIST,
<*em. Susqac. Tent. *.*•»,)
SEATTLE. W T. |
ui.j Pine Gold Fillings . NiUvtwl
i
*• c. GRASBE. DENTIST. OF-
VgWH in St. ne k P •vttt's New ButkV
, la K ou Commercial street. All work
KWmteed.
Patching Cement !
Pacemaker s tse, is ou per pint
tst« ia. L. A. TREEN,
CVn.men U1 «t"^t.
Sowing the Snow.
BY WILT.IAM SAWYER.
Ia the r*rd of the lunset glow.
O'er the cold
Bleak wold.
Move* the good angle whom none may
know.
Sowing the snow.
D< arfrrii and dies the sunset glow.
And tbe white
Pure night
A pre*«-nr* is filling to overflow,
Sowing soow.
Strange such seeds to the wiud to throw.
Yet the Spring
Would bring
Little of t>l jom. did not Spirit go
Sowing the snow.
——————
• Old Residenter."
A 9TOUY Oh AN* OLI> OUX—.IUDOF NOT
I'.Y A r PEA RAN. E3.
You couldn't call him a sportsman by
aiiy* strain of your imagination, and
yet he was by no means a loafer,
though he did talk with a draw! which
indicated that he didn't regard time a«
a very valuable commodity. Ho sat
on the fence as the train came up to
Seigfried's Hridge with the three Eas
ton fancy gunuers aboard, whom he
was to pilot across the country after
quail. His gun, having the lock tied
on with a string, reposed across his
knees, and his dog, looking like a ghost
of starvation, reposed at his feet. The
Easton men came up to him.
*l>o you know Abe Hertzogr'
•V a a s, I know him.'
'Where can we find him?'
*R i g h t hyar, I guess.'
'Are you Mr. Ifertzogr'
*Y aa s! that's what I'm taxed for
anyway.'
'Jimmy" suid one of the party, totto
nx-e, 'can this be the man that Cap
told us was personally acquainted with
every quail family in Allen township*'
'You tellers want to go some
quail ehr'
•That's what we came for. Do you
know anything al*>ut thorny'
'W a a I, y a a s, I can tell one when
1 KU it.'
•What kind of gun have you got
there?'
,W a a 1, ye see, mister, that gun's an
old retidenter; bin in our family ever
• ioce the first old llertzog moved up
hyar. That gun's a ritie. mister, an'
she shoots mighty quick. Handle her
a little careful, mister,' he continued,
us he handed the old thing over for in
spection; she has a way of tuiubliu'
apart if she is used rough like.'
The old ritlo had a barrel übout as
long as a fence rail, with iron enough
in it for a young Gatling gun. and a
bore not larger than a healthy rye
straw, wliile all the stock it had was
absorbed in a brass trapdoor leading
into a cellar smelling of verdigris, and
filled with grea«*j and little pieces of
rag.
'How do you kill anything with this
—kucek it down?'
•\V a all yes! sometimes. That a the
way I bustid the etock thar wbar the
rawhide bandage air, a koockin' a fel
ler down made fun of it.'
\t this point the investigator sud
denly lost interest in the gun, and the
party moved off into the country, as
they climbed the fifteenth fence, the
old man paused on the top rail, aud
waived his hand indefinitely over the
fields before them.
'Gents, there's quails ail about hyar,
and over yander—yaas, and thar's one
of them, now,' he added, as he drew up
Old Residenter and knocked it over
where it sat.
'What! do you shoot a bird on the
ground? Why. old man. that's infer
nal potting.'
•'S'that so?' inquired the old mail,
humbly, as he picked up a piece of
his gun-stock that had been jarred <'lF
by the shot.
Just then a small covey of the birds
took wing, and the man who scorned
i»»>t hunting blazed away with both
barrels «>f a costly breech-loader and
missed,
•Whar do you shoot thrni mister?'
inquired the old man «juietly, as ho put
hie patch aud bullet ou the muzzle ot
his rirte. which he held between his leg*
while he rammed the charge home,
and then a> a stray bird flew overhead
he raised his ritle and dropped it. 'ls
that the way you want it done, mi*-
ter*'
The objector said nothing, aud the
gunning continued; but it soon became
evident that the sportsmen were doing
the gunning and toe old man was do
ing the shooting. The l«>ck tumbled
off his gun occasionally, and the barrel
had a loose habit of parting company
with the stock; but the old man had a
pocket full of strings, and as fa>t as it
gave out he tied it up and made ready
to ahoct whenever a bird showed it
self, and he occasionally varied the mo
noteny of the proceeding by coolly
blazing into the bushes, whereupon his
mean locking d««g would rush in and
drag out a dead rabbit.
The Eastern party hunted faithfully,
according to their lights, nnd shot upon
the most scientific principles, but. souie
how. the old man got the game, a- the
count showed tive quail and a pheasant
among the three for the day's work,
while Mr. Herttog toddled along under
twenty two quail and four rabbits; and
as tbev sat on the broad pile at »lic
depot "bargaining for the ofd man's lot,
he remarket! :
•Ye ace, gents, Old Kesidenter be aut
much «*t" a gun to look at. She aiu t
purty nor handsome at all, but I tell
you sktf't mighty on the shoot All
you's got to do is jest to grease the
Satch right well, and ram the ball
own close, and then if you pint her
at a bird aud pull, that bird s got to
stop Leastwise. 1 allers find it so.
Ye see, irenu, whar a mau has sich an
awfully purtf gun his 'tention a kinder
takeu up admiriu' of it like an the
bird goes away after he shoot". Least
wise. I allers find it so.'
SEATTLE. WASHINGTON TERRITORY, THURSDAY, MAY 9, IS7S.
Just then tbe lock dropped off •Old
Residenter' for the eleventh time, and
*3 the old man wasn't going to shoot
any more that day, he put it in his
pocket along with his game money, lay
: »ng
Thank ye gents, thaLkee. Come up
soon again, an' I'll take 'Old Residen
ter out any time, we'll be purty sure
to get some thing.' And he meander*
off intc the Indian Summer haze.
IT is a remarkable fact that, although
common sheep delight in verdant
fields, religious sheep are not anxious
to have green pastors.
IN Rome, Georgia, the other day,
seven brothers named Hill were iadict
ed for counterfeiting. Reme sat on
her seven Hills as usual.
CERTAINLY, the state of matrimony
is one of the United States To obtain
a divorce is to secede from the I'nion.
MISCELLANEOUS.
JOHN WELCH.
TAILOR,
Commercial Street. Seattle.
The Best of Work Guaranteed.
Repairing ami Cleaning done.
a3-dtf
My Public Pleasure Garden,
AT RENTON,
Will be open on Sundsye from TO A. M. to 7 P. M.
iiu! on week Uvh any time on application.
Flowers. Fruits, Ice Cream, Soda
Water, all Kinds of Fancy
Drinks. Confectionery, etc.
Kept always on hand. Admittance, 25 cents;
lar r . parties < ►*.
W. P Smith.
Sp. J-dtf
NORTHERN PACIFIC fIAIIMD.
PACIFIC DIVISION.
KALAMA TO TACOMA
—— axd
TACOMA TO WILKESON,
(COAL MINKS.)
MAIN LINE TRAINS.
DAILY, {EXCEPT SUNDAYS).
LXAyK I tUITI
Kalama 11 20 a. m. I T%cotm 6DOF.iI.
Tacoma 7:00 a. m. | Kslama 12:30 r.M
PUYALLUP BRANCH TRAINS
Lesve Tacnma '*> minutes after arrival of Main
Line Traina, and returning, arrive at Ta<v>ma 30
minute* before leaving time of Main Liu* Trains.
COSSKCTIOyS.
At TACOMA, with Pacific Mali Steamship. for
Vicuna aud Han Prancisco. aud with Sound
Steamer* tor Seattle, Steilac«>om. Otympia. and
all points on Vouft Sound
At Lake View, with Stage f.»r Steilacoooi.
At Tenino. with Stages for Olympia.
At Kslsms with O. S. X. Ce.'s bests for P rt
land and all points on the Columbia river.
At Portland, on Wednesday and Saturday at 6
a. m. with <»t»»eru« r* for Port T>>wn#end. Victoria,
Sanaimo. Sew Westminster and Fra*er Kiv«>r.
Through Tickets for sale at Principal Office* of
the Company, and at the Office of the 0.8. S. Co.
It* Portland. Oregon, to Victoria and Seattle, and
via P. M S. S. Co.'a Steamship* from Taroma,
and O. S. S. Co. and P. C. S. S. Co.'a steamships
from Portland to Ssu Francisco.
Through Tickets to Portland. Oregon, for sale
at Victoria. Seattle. Tacjma and Tenino.
S. A. RLACK
General Superintendent.
W WAYNE VOGDEB,
Genera'. Ticket Agent.
W. H PUMPIIREY. Ticket Agent at Seattle,
W.T. o** 3 *
MINES & KELLY,
BOOT BLACKS
AN I) GEXK KA L JOBIt KK S.
Office iiMMpiut;, D«llT*ry. SloTe and
lIonM Cleaning.
WHITE WASHING
And &11 kind* of odd job# J: tie with diapatcb
tod reliability on short notii** 1 .
JAKE BEER'S OLD STAND,
COMMERCIAL STREET.
*j»"~dtf
XLCR
BRICKYARD!
BRTWEKN
Freeport and Alki Point
OCPERIOR BBICiS ALW.VT9 OS H vJiD OS
O ORAWFCKC A HA.HKINIiTOX"B WHAB/.
For tik by JOHN KLIN V*. and tt tb« Yard.
JACOB IL OLSEN.
HOTELS, Ac.,
OCCIDENTAL
Iff OTKIi
SEATTLE, W. T.,
il W,ll»lk4|SdO
Board per «ttk U 00. I? 08 aid ti 90
Accurding to room.
This is the Largest Hotel
North of San Francisco.
Aad l«
fiust-class
In all Kes]*-ots.
FREE COACH TO AND FROM THE Hfll SE.
WILLIAM FOX, Prop'r.
EUREKA LODGING HDUSE.
Mill Street, opposite the Occidental.
Open All Nlglit.
Beds 2/> to 50 cents
Si»eoial lwaU*B l>v the week.
Andrew Pflaum.
J*4-dtf
NEW ENGLAND
ffff » TT K Ma
Corner Commercial & Main Sts.,
Seattle, W. T.
THE NEW ENGLAND t.I SSS
and I!a accommodaUoaa for fazulllea ir« unsur
pssaid.
This House Is NEWLY BUILT, la BARD FIN.
18HZD throughout, hss large aad wall furnished
Booms, aud first elate board, on tha
European M*ian %
can be had st moderate price*.
IX IH THE
Best Hotel in the City.
L. C. HARMON,
m 1 -ti. Proprietor.
PUGET SOUNDSTONEYARD
j I
*» ( m I
Af. J■ fIAW »*. wmi»».
il Ihc lirad •( Yfiltr'i Wharf, SKITTLE.
E*eiy variety of Cemetary Work executed tu
Marble aiid all other Stone, with neatneea and
dispatch.
AIM. all kind* of Maaone' Building Malarial kept
far the market.
Alao. agent for the sale of the San Juan Lima.
All promptly filled, ard aatiaf action guar
an toad.
EASTWICK, MORRIS & CO.
Civil and Miniug
BN OIX HERS,
[Room No. t, Burnatt'a Building.)
C or. ( oiiiMiricUl and Wuhlngton Klrrtti
GEORGE MOORE
IS PREPARED TO HAU
PHOTOGRAPHS
i vF SUPERIOR EXCELLENCE: ARTISTIC 15
' ' petition, and brilliant in finish.
OLD PICTURES copied an.i tinlahed in India
Ink. vith great accuracy
Call at tha Oa'.lery, C*>ratr at
Commercial and Washington Streets,
and examine tha Tar.oua «tj!ra
ap'XMlawtf
Oliver McCallister
DEALER IN
GROCERIES
ASD
! PROVISIONS,
Choice Batter, Cheese ami Ehs,
rraoh Prom tha Country. t«yi on hand.
I.IMK, HAIR A\D OILS.
A I*o Sc},*U-lool*, Etc.
Front Street, above Cherry.
Oooda SoliTcred froo of and pncaa aa
lorn aa can I* had in the city aplt-dtf
MISCELLANEOUS
NEW GOODS
i
AT THE
SEATTLE BAZAAR
WAX FLOWER MATERIAL AND
SHADES At the Bazaar.
TOILET SOAPS —AN ELEGANT
LINE At the Bazaar.
CLOCKS: CLOCKS! CLOCKS!
At tbe Bazaar.
ALBUMS, FROM 75c TO *2O.
At tbe Bazaar.
JAPANESE GOODS- A SPLENDID
INVOICE At the Bazaar.
GARDEN POTS—ALL SIZES -
At the Bazaar.
REAL TORTOISE SHELL BACK
COMBS At the Bazaar. 4
WHITE SHIRTS, HOSIERY AND
UNDER-WEAR At the Bazaar.
TABLE AND POCKET CUTLERY
At the Bazaar.
j
SILVERWARE, MERIDEN COS,
AND ROGERS', At the Bazaar.
SPLINTS. WALNUT, COLORED,
AND WHITE At the Bazaar.
HAIR, TOOTH, CLOTHES, AND
BLACKING BRUSHES
At the Bazaar.
STATIONERY OF ALL KINDS
CHEAP— At the Bazaar.
CHINA DINNER AND TEA SETS
At the Bazaar.
COAL OIL LAMPS—A FINE AS
SORTMENT— At the Bazaar
I CHROMOS, PHOTOGRAPHS, AND
FRAMES At the Bazaar.
And heaps of things too numerous to
mention. Call iu. No trouble to show
goods. H. E LEVY.
L. P. SMITH I Si,
I WATCH MAKERS,
JEWELLERS
—AND—
ENGRAVERS
DEALERS IN
American and Swiss Watches
FIXE JEWELRY.
SILVERWARE AND CLOCKS,
OOOM Ull TO A*T FAIT OB TBB ftOrVD C. O. D.
Watch and Clock Repairing don* aa uatul,
it moder*U price#, and In ft MlUfkctorj manner,
ftt tb« oM •taoJ. Front Street, Seattle, W. T.
ap6-dtf
Singer Machines
AGRNCY AT
HALL & PAULSON'S
Commercial Street,
JOHN H. BENSON, Agent
mhl'Miawtf
WATCHES & JEWELRY
REPAIRED AND WARRANTED !
Engraving Neatly Executed !
| NOTARY and SOCIETY SEALS CFT TO ORDER.
"W. Q-. Jamloeon,
J*. Ii« Jamloson.
IW Our Specialities— Pine Watch Repairing,
M -nogreni Engraving. Seal Cutting. Pipe Mount
ing (gold or ait ver) ; Jew ry Repairing.
tOT The Tar* TIM I terslred daily by Tele
graph from the U.S. Signal Station, kept in a
flrst-ca«« Chronometer, enabling tho** having
ate watches to have them accurately rat*-«i.
Uf o®c* and Work Room (temporarily) at
RESIDENCX, immediately in Rear of M ASOJiIC
HALL, Frost street Hoars from 7 a. M. to It)
r. M.
We guarantee Firat-c sea W rk at nea*<nabie
Pncei. aplJ-dtf
STEAMER WENAT,
CAPTAIX BAiLET.
IS IREPARED TO TAKE CHAR ruts FOR
TOWING HAFTS,
01 DELIVERINO
Losing ('amp Supplies and
General Jobbing.
To aay and ai! points ou Pug«t Sound an 1 iU
tributaries.
Will make Regular Triis op WHITE RIVER
daring boating stage of the water
Partiss having freighting or towing todowi.l
had they esn charter the W*a*t u cheaply a*
aay boat on the Sound that can do the same work.
BAILEY A KENNEDY.
Itattlt. May «th. ltTf. Jawtf
MISCELLA N ROCS.
Crawford LHarrington,
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS
SEATTLE. "W". T.
Hare on h.mJ a large and well assorts! s.oek of GooJs in 'iboir line,
consisting of Foreign anu Domestic
Hardware and Cutlery
Iran and Steel, assorted.
Blacksmith and Carpenter Tools.
Agricultural and Alining Implement*.
Crockery and Glassware. Paints & Oils
Hemp ami Manilla Cordage, Groceries and Provisions,
ines. Liquors, Et<\
AIiEXTS FOR THE
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF LONDON, &C
11T TALBOT COAL, FOR CITY TRADE, FOR SALE FROM WHARF.
CRAWFORD & HARRINGTON.
9e*ttl». W. T. July l»t, 1875.
SAN FRANCISCO STORE
AT JENNINGS' OLD STAND
Commercial Street.
AN IMMENSE STOCK OF CLOTHING
—AND—
Gents' Furnishing; Goods
A Large anj Fine Assortmont »<f
BOOTS A. KT ID SHOES.
I«adies' Boots and Shoes a Specialty*
VJe propoaa to Sail our Go<>aa Cheaper than any other n>>uae in the City.
Tbia n*w Stock we have aelected ouraelYee with «reat care eepeclally for th»* market
A«euU for Oregon City Oafiaimerea.
Toklas & Singerman.
Cliilbers Bratliers,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
DEALERS IN
Choice Groceries,
And keep constantly on haotl
Bl CITY U II VEIL. DYE MEAL KIIBEIT Mil
Riee Flour, and IFeed.
A ao a well Mlirlel atock of
Crockerv, Glassware, & Table Cutlerv
Which they pr>>poae to a«! cb««|icr than any other huiiw- In Seattle.
FRONT STREET. SEATTLE, W T.
H« McALEER & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL I>E.4LERS IN
Stoves, Tinware, Copper
—AND—
miIKET IAOM,
GRANITE IRON-WARE, WOOD AND WILLOW-WARE.
Particular Attention Paid to General Jobbing
and Tin Rooting.
Ejajj' OKDKKS PROMPTLY AN D 8 A Tls FACTOR 11. T PILI.KD. .MB
COMMERCIAL STREET. - - SEATTLE, W. T
GEORGE W. HARRIS. KOBKIiT D. ATTRIDGK
HARRIS & ATTRIDCiE,
Successor* to J. F. Morrill,
■ M™ on ' ■-z mm w *
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS
DIGS AND MEDICINES!
The Most Complete Stock of Pateut Medicines, Perfumeries, Trusses,
Spouses, Brushes, and Toilet Ancles north of San Francisco.
Prescriptions and Family Receipts carefully and accurately com
pounded.
Country dealers and others supplied with Best Goods on r»'Msonahlr
terms.
The Genuineness of all Goods Guaranteed.
Orders by Mail or Express promptly attended to.
Wflj&M C?** iIR*«R $&,
NO. 131.

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