tar ntu.r i m i.r.i.ii.LM i k i-
PaMUhod morn In*. (Bucdiyitt
oiptM.) aori delivered to Hubert r>er* anywher® In
the city, at 2-"» cent* j-er Vf-k, liable to the
o»rriep; single copies IO cents.
Per annnna. 110.00 In adraec*.
THi: WKBKI.Y IXTI I.IJIiKXt'EK.
Tbia o!d «nd popular journal of Wr stern Wish.
with the largest eircnlttion of any Paper
In the Territory, l# published erery Hatnrday
miming. Term* Three Dollar* per an
®tim. in tdvaree ; oth*Tflrl*». St I. Off.
Official Press of King County.
Tuesday, June 18, 1878.
THE SEASON AND ITS NEEDS
Men do not gather grapes of thorns
or figs of thistles. Neither do they
pick blackberries in January or pitch
snowballs in July. There never was
a season or a circumstance bat that its
counterpart followed apace, and to the
steadfast the harvest time with its
liounty succeeds to the penury of the
sowing. Conditions are not fixed and
It happens that in a commercial
sense the present is a season of dearth
and famine. The culmination of the
resumption movement has stricken
with a temporary paralysis nearly
every branch of industry except the
tillage of the soil. The coming Winter
will witness the termination of this
disturbing cause. Then we will see a
change. Instead of money being nearly
all withdrawn from use, it will again
How freely into circulation. The green
backs being redeemed, a new series will
be issued to take the placo of those re
tired in equal quantity, whilst for every
dollar of the currency retired by re
sumption a gold or silver dollar will
be put into circulation as a substitute.
Therefore, instead of being contracted,
the outlook for our currency on and
after January next, is that it will
really be doubled in amount as the pro
cess of resumption goes on, aud instead
of being held in a few hands, as now,
the opeiation of resolution will be to
send life giving streams throughout all
the channelsof business&nd departments
of industry among the people.
The practical improvement in
connection with this subject is
how to conduct during the trying ordeal
of waiting and suspense that impends
until that "consummation so devoutly
to l>e wished ' is reached. If we need
a store of fruits, wo wait until the Sum
mer days come around and bring them.
So if we need money which cannot be
got, it is equally incumbent to wait
UttUtifltiif._UUl.il the settlement day
Hut the very worst regimen for such
a condition of disease as hard times,
that could possibly be adopted is hoard
ing. Instead of a remedy it is a pois
on that only aggravates instead of
allays the fever of the public pulse. If
owing to causes that are too widt
reaching to l>e beyond the power of
local control, the stock of curroncy at
the command of the body-politic is
temporarily too limited to suffice ade
quately for the transaction of its busi
ness thus inducing universal embarrass
rnent, then it follows as a matter of
course, that the policy best calculated
to mitigate the inconvenience is to
multiply to the greatest possible extent
the circulation ot what money can be
obtained for the purpose. If one dol
lar csn be made to effect the same
amount ol work in exchanges and
settlements that is done by two in ordi
nary times, by reason ot' being moved
troiu hand to hand twice as rapidly as
usual, the currency, iu effect, is doubled
for all practical purposes. All who
have the good of the community at
heart and whose lives arc modulated by
the spirit of the golden rule, will cer
tainly act on this priuciple. Instead of
indulging panic-terror and dreading
calamities ahead that are not destined
to tall, all who have a [dace in the
busy haunts of active life, iustead of
lettiug their gates get off the hinges,
old paint « rack and drop off their
houses, rotteu sidewalks grow still
more dilapidated and everything about
them assume a look of general sfcift
leesness aud a " caved in " appearance,
should take advantage of the times to
spruoe up inside and out. What if it
does coit a little uiouey, it will furnish
a job (or your neighbor just wheu he
most needs it, besides, the keeping up
of your own credit demands it. Keep
a stift upper lip and a clean con
science, and do the fair thing whatever
betide ; then if all go down together in
a heap, let it be with colors all set and
iu brave style.
WALI.A WVU.A IMPROYKMKSI\—Be
tween thirty and forty new buildings
are going up in Walla Walla at the
present time Among them are a tine
new Methodist church. The second
story ot Schwai'Acher, ttros. Oo.'s
brick is nearly finished. Thomspon Jt
*> Donnoll are each building new bricks,
and a great number of fine residences
are going up.
AITROVED. —The Prrsideut has ap
proved the act tor the sale of timber
lands iu California. Oregon and Wash
Mitchell • bill to change the
name of the Geo. W Elder to Columbia,
and City of Chester to Portland, has
pa««ed the Senate.
A WAY OUT OF THE WOODS.
A citizen of Walla Walla writes to
the I nion, under the above caption,
relative to the vexed transportation
problem, as follows :
"In seeking after something to de
liver at frotu the thraldom of monopo
lies, various plans are suggested.
Among them all no single one seems
to meet all the necessities of the case.
The 1 ist one namely, building portages
by the people, tid fair at its inception
to fill the bill. Hut the Ute sale of the
local road or its consolidation wit
foreign capitalists, c .rckmate* this pro
ject so completely as to compel us to
look further. In beating a!x>ut we see
the Seattle Walla Walla Railroad,
which has a charter already granting
the right of way. Now suppose a
People's Railroad Company be formed
here covering the fciound from Walla
Walla to the Columbia river and also
to the portages Let this company
nfcgotiate for and obtain that portion of
the Seattle and Walla Railroad
east of the Columbia river giving the
Seattle <fc Walla Walla Railroad Com
pany auch assurances of future connec
tion a* will indue* them to relinquish
to us that portion of their charter and
at the same time to keep oar People's
Company independent and ready to
reach oat and connect with either line
or both, as may be desirable. No doubt
the baiidiag of this road to the river
would do more to stimulate the Seattle
A Walla Walla Company to bring cap
ital to finish it than everything else.
Let us build first and own the ap
proaches to the river, then go on to the
portages. In the meantime we can go
to the Oregon Legislature, which meets
this Fall, and try to get action against
discrimination, and fixing prices on the
long portage, and proceeding at once
to build the railroad to the river, and
await the action of the North Pacific
Railroad and Oregon Legislature upon
| the portages.
Exclusively to the
UJiiL r i+YTELLMG EAX EH.
THE ONLY NEWSPAPER
IN WASHINGTON TERRITORY
SAN FRANCISCO, Juue 16— Arrived,
Bk Fre9no, Port Gamble; Bk Martha
Hideout, Port Blakely. Sailed—Bk
Sierra Nevada, Nanairao; Ship Eidora
do, Seattle; Bk Oregon, Seabeck; Bk
Gen. Cobb, Seabeck; Bkue Catherine
Sudden, Port Gamble.
SAN FKANCISCO, Juno IT —Flour—
Prices reduced one shilling; City mills,
bakers' extra and family, $5 "' B @s 7 8 ;
extra superfine, superfine, F t GO;
Oregon extra, 3 8 \
Wheat—Stagnant and weak; small
sale*; Walla Walla $1 70; choice old
Uarley—Sales very good; new bay
feed at i>o cents; old feed 92i-£<£h97ij';
brewing, 1 02£(ril OT l^.
Oats—dull; feed $1 4o.
Corn—dull; large yellow, $1 9o(ri2
Kye—ll 25 is offered for new.
Potatoes—dull; $1 2'k«>l 60.
SAN FRANCISCO, June 1 <3—Kearney's
torch light procession has just passed
aud wai quite an imposing demonstra
tion. A crowd gathered at the sand
lots and marched down Market to
Kearney, to Montgomery Avenue, to
Montgomery street, to Market and
back to the place of meetiug. Crowds
liued the sidewalks and cheering was
frequent along the rout'* of the proces
sion. About thirty-five h'tndred were
in line, including a good many boys.
Several military companies and some
others without guns were in the ranks.
The procession was quiet aud ordeily.
Kxcept for cheering and groaning with
which Sunday newspaper offices were
greeted, uo disturbance occurred.
This morning John Porter, a brick
layer residing at San Meguel station
went to the house of a neighbor named
D. C. Haley, and asked Mrs. Haley if
her husband was there, but receiving
an answer iu the negative, he accused
her of lying to him, broke in the door
with an axe, and kuocked Mrs. Haley
down beating and kicking i»er severely.
She was at once brought into the city,
bat on her way to the receiving hospi
tal was prematurely delivered of a still
born child, and now lies in a very
precarious condition. Porter has not
yet been arrested.
WASHINGTON, June 15-The Senate
b<\* confirmed Benj. F. Potts, a* Gov
ernor of Montana Territory; aud Indian
agents John lUw, of Montana, Western
Shoshone Agency. Nevada; John Pat
tee, low*.San Carlos Agency, Arizona;
Francis 11. Wearer, West Virgiuia,
Southera Uta Agency, Colorado; John
A. Wright, Maryland, Lemhi Agency,
Neu \oKk, Juno 13 Le?i Parsons
turns up as a suitor against the Mis-!
souri, Kansas and Texas Railroad Co j
to compel them to recoguiae him as a
Director, claiming that he was defraud
ed out of re-electiou last month by
means of an illegal canvass
WASHINGTON, June 15.—Some of
the Pacific coast items contained in the
river and harbor appropriation bill as
finally pasaed by both houses ar*. for
canal around the Cascades of the
Columbia, #150,000; lower Willamette ;
and Columbia, $30,000; upper Columbia
and Snake rivers 120,000. improvement j
at the mouth of the Columbia, #5,000.
The bill also directs surveys to be made '
by aruiy engineers a* Crescent City,
aud Humboldt river, Cal., and Coo?
Biy. and Cape Foul weather, Oregon, to
ascertain the practicability and ex
pediency of suggested iiEgrovements.
ST. CATHERINES, June 17.—A
bre»k occurred in the Well*'* ! C'intl.
to-day, between Tiiorald <*nd Allan
bury, interrupting navigation while re
tail ■» art: being made.
• i itori
I.OM>ON, June 17,—The OW.'vr ntys
it has reason to believe Austiia and
Russia have reached au understanding
by which the interests of Austria and
Hungary will be protected in the same
way thnt English interests are protect
ed, by agreement between Lord Salis
bury and Count Schouvaloff.
The premature publication of letters
by the Globe is generally believed to
have beon procured by Russian diplo
matists with the object of quieting the
excitement in Russia about the sup
posed concessions to England,
BERLIN, June 17. —1t is stated that
Russia will refuse to evacuate Turkish
territory in Roumelia or liberate pris
oners of war until Shumla and Varna
have been surrendered, the latter being
required by the treaty of San Steffano
as well a« ly former negotiations at
Constantinople for surrender has b;en
The statement comes from Paris that
Persia claims admission on the ground
that the settlement of the Eastern
question necessarily affects Persian
The Emperor sat up nearly all day
Saturday and is progressing favor
ST. PETERSBURG, June 17.—THJ
condition of the Empress is improving
and no more bulletins will he issued.
LONDON, June 17. —A dispatch from
Comtantioople asserts that Turkish
delegates have been instructed to with
draw from Congress and declare that
Turkey prefers to execute the stipula
tions of the treaty of San Stofano if
Congress decided to grant autonomy to
Epirus, Thessaly, Bosnia and Herzego
A Bel ions conflict occurred at Pander
ma between residents and refugees, and
it is reported that several persous were
A meeting to be held at Accringtoo,
to-day, expects to result in the resump
tion of work in the mills. Representa
tives of weavers from all strike dis
tricts met at Accrington, Sunday, and
advised men to return to work us suffi
cient funds to support strikers could not
VIENNA, June 10.—The mobilization
Y>t<>lV>s&}ftV. troo,)S asiumiiiff larger
KAOUSA, June 17.—A report was
current here yesterday that hostilities
had commenced between the Turks and
Montenegrins, but up to the present
time no confirmation has been received.
Montenegrins were actively fortifying
their southern frontier. All the insur
gent chiefs of Herzegovinia were in
continje to-day at the Martalon of
Montego, the object of the meeting is
A telegram from Constantinople re
ports that British Consuls will go to
Rhodope mountains, Thursday, to in
quire into the condition of destitute re
fugees there. The insurrection has
spread from Gumaldjina to within a
short distance of the coast, the insur
gents have fifteen cannon at Balaka.
LONDON, June l<.--Out of seventv
tive meetings of operatives in Black
bum region today, fifty resolved to go
to work at a reduction of wage*, twenty -
ono decided not to resume, and four
reached no decision. A large number
of operative* throughout Lancashire
resumed work to-day at a full reduction
of wages. Meeting at Burnley were
very thinly attended, and the general
opiuioo is that the strike is ended.
A dispatch from Cai>e Town dated
May 29th says Catfrcs havo broken up
and abandoned Psirie bush. A portion
of the troops will be sent to Natal as
precaution against trouble with Zeelas.
lIEHLIN, June 11.—It is stated in
•ome quarters tbat the documents
printed in London on the l:lth inst.,
contained the propo*als submitted by
Russia and rejected by England, and
that their publication was procured by
Russiant to prove that they are not
repugnant to English public opinion,
and thus to limit th* concessions which
English 'representatives may demand
in the Cou gress.
CONSTANTINOPLE, June 15 The
Minister of Greece here denies that
Greek volunteers recently lauded ou
Turkish territory or that the insurrec
tion in rhessaly has been renewed.
GOLDSBORO, N. C, June LO— Cherrv
Atkinson aud Robert Thompson, color
ed, murderers of the Wormley family,
were executed to day iu the presence of
si\ thousand people. They protested
their innocence to the last and were
very defiant and hitter toward the pro
CHARLESTON. S. C. June 15—A
cable special from Sierraleon, May 19,
announces the arrival at the former
place of the bark Azor which sailed
from Charleston April 21, with 3.50
cegro emigrants for Liberia. There
was much suffering oa the voyage,
Water becoming short, the ship ftver
broke out and 23 of the emigrants died,
the rest were in good §pirit« at having
What a Contrast.
There is a man who we regret to sa>
is a church mem!>er in good standing,
who uever drank a glass of whiskey,
smoked a pipe or courteu » woman.
He is Sttv ve«rs old, and lives alone
Exchange j>o<>r fellow . What a sad,
dull time he's had of 't to be
Our » ha- done all three. He did
'them h.l the other evening, and even
added hi* fourth happiness in life, which
ID eating s?rawl>erries and
crea.n at Charley Kiel s, at the
Saddle Rock MM Commercial street, in
company with the lady lies courting.
Be*t testaurant in the city
I! DR. R. W. KIBKE AND WIFE haviug
located here for a time is prepared to
' treat chronic aimient by the Electro
' Vital Magnetic treatment. Curable
; diseases removed without drugs, te
. male weakness a specialty. The doctor
can be consulted at bis otlice on tront
Street, between Cherry and Columbia,
! Seattle. W. T. Offiee hours 9A.M to
| 5 p. M. jetO:dtt
R. C. GRAVES, of this city, has just
received the Agency for the Knabe and
! the Irvin Pianos, and the Prince
1 Organs, and is prepared to sell them
very low for cash, or on easy Install
t i ments. Will also take orders for
i Sheet Music, etc. jelT-dtf
BUY your groceries at T. Lyle's, the
1 cheapest house in the city. Quick sales
> ! and small profits is my motto.
t : FOR GENUINE GERMAN Milk Bread
j go to Piper's.
1776. 1878. j
SEATTLE, W. T.
MARSHAL or THK DAY E. A. THORNDIKE
TREASURER GEO. W. HALL
« A. M. HALI TE OF 13 (JITXS.
'J A. M.. BASE BALL.
University VB. Towr>. One making most runs
on winning side.asih r watch. Webster'* Pic
torial Dictionary to I.ue making most rune on
10 A. M., REGATTA.
First Clafcs— Open to all sloops from 16 to 30
second a Silver Ice Pitcher.
10 A. M., INTERNATIOIfAL RIFLE MATCH.
Seattle vs. Victoria. A Silver Medal for the
best Bhot, and a Cup for the best shot on the op
posite side from the one winning the Medal.
11 ▲. M., GAMES.
Standing Long Jump, entrance 25 centf; first
prize $3. second $1 50. Hop, step and jump-en
trance 25 cents; first prize $3, second $1 50. Back
® BTR *? CE 25 cants; prize |2. Foot Race;
100 yards; entrance 25 cents; first prize, $3; second
prize, SI 60.
CLIMBING GREASY POLE
On Occidental Bquare; $lO on top of pole to be
won by successful competitor. ,
1:30 p. si. ORATION
R,«NL TB » P °TF H °1 Orator. Mr:
Heller. Reading the Declaration of Independence
by Chas. Young, Esq.
BACK RACE, SIXTY YARDS.
Entrance 25 centa; first prixe *3. second *1 .TO
Sack to tied over the •boulder.
QUARTER MILS RAGB.
Gif FT'££ 2 L C ! N^; &nt P RLZA 95, second $2 50.
Girl s Race, 60 yards, under 14 years; entrance
free: first prize $1 50, aecond sl, third 50 cents.
Boy S Race, 60 yards, under 14 years- entrance
free; first prize $1 50, aecond sl, third 60 cents.
Eighteen yards; entrance 50 centa; first prize $5,
second 50. Wheelbarrow Race; entrance 25
cents: first prize $3, second $1 50.
*5 p. M.,ROWING ON THE BIY.
RACE open to all Whitehall boat*: ~t
prize $lO, second $5. Indian canoe race; -.rst
«HNT ♦ LS -F EI ' ,JUD F lO - hoats must be entered
IvL « ♦ I THE «"trance fee paid.
lree, first class, "second cla«8, sl.
« ** * SAI.ITE OF CiUXS.
Entrance 25 cents; first prize $3, B econd $1 60
\\ aterbucket race, 60 yards; buckets of water to
T>e carried on the heads of competitors Fntran™
25 centa. first prize $5. second $2 KNT ™CE
WALKINO GBEAST POCK K*OM BABE WIMOWARD $lO.
ioe,u,l, nKl* fond time
BRAND ANNIVERSARY BALL
At the Pavilion.
Admi|,Bion Two dollars a couple.
Everything free to all daring the dav All >i»
cordially invited to attend. All ar«
By order of the Committe. JACK LEVY.
Friendship Lodge No. 13, I. O. O. P.
nSfiVt N, « ht ln the Masonic
W. i„ J Gamble, Kitsap Co., W. T. Mem.
" e „
Port Gamble, Jane 13th, 1878. jel7tw3m
CAPT. J. 8. HILL. . MASTER,
WILL LEAVE SEATTLE FOR
• MONDAY AND FRIDAY
Skagit Ciiy and Way Ports
w • eurei. jeVl-dtf
8 . I
I 2 /| i <=
. I ° I 53 1
F. W. WliSTlOf F,
NEXT DOOR TO TELEGRAPH OFFICE, SEATTLE, W. T.
P. O. BOX 236. jeLB-<Uwtf
Butter, Eggs and Farm Produce.
GLASS AND QUEEN'S WARE.
WOOD AND WILLOW WARE,
TOBACCO, CIGARS A*ND KNICK KNACKS.
Also a fine lot of TEAS, COFFEE, SPICES, ETC.
A full assortment of CANNED GOODS and other articles too
numerous to mention.
Bedrock Prices is uiy molfo. ('it-'I (tin? < xctnii>wJoy youvse?v€&.
FRONT STREET, Seattle, W. J.
1870. I * 7 *'
PIONEER DRUG STORE
M. A. Kelly & Co.
! HEAD COMMERCIAL STREET. - SEATTLE, W. T
We entry the Largest Stock of
PURE A.XTJD FRESH DRUGS,
• Imported direct from New York, of any house on Puget Sound. jet! dtf
NORTHERN & QUEEN
! LONDON AMI) LIVERPOOL.
Aggregate Capital, 833,000,000.
Crawford <fe Harrington,
jel- d&w t f
HUGH McALEEH & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Stoves, Ranges, Tinware,
AH SHEET COPPER AND ZINC.
All JOB WORK pertaining" to the business mvmmtli. i i
Orders from al.roa.l sa,is?a"ion SLI
HUGH McALEEH & CO.
Seattle, June Ut, ,^° MMER( ' lAI ' STREET, SEATTLE, \\ ; T.
CEMENT AND BRICK
JOHN KEEN AN,
On Crawford & Harrington's Wharf ■
- - MIS S. E^pAK |
Fo ® SAlt
Fl " v Aws ll,lller i;«k) (v,
"■'" Un > **<««,„, /">
*■* ■•"<> a
A »p»n of Good Hotim ».
» *n.i Farming I« P wJ^*V
j on the place.
l*n<i rin can ? on >UB ° f W * in * lhe »**>*♦ 4*^
Coupevili^w"^ 8 ' ° r Mijor <*• 0. BiSt
YESLER S HAU
JULY 4th, 1878,
H« been engaged for the evening, m thtMu
ager will apare no paina to make It tit
ceasful iffiir eyer given In thiadty.
C. 6. STEDVWE6,
CLOSING 01 m!
The Entire Stock
S. P. Andrews & Co
J. W. IEOIIE,
or Bteamboata; to haoJgHi
out tne Mine on thalr New ui
ueoessarjr repair#, aoch aa
Carpenter Work, .
M'ILDKItS ol SMALL BOATS,
either Metallic or Wood.
We have jitft completed our ll*
Marine Ways and Ship YiH,
On tue BEACH, near the old
Seattle Coal Bunkers,
And are ready to receive ordera.
Bigelow, Tierney & &
HT P. O.Boi 12.
Wbolml* I*o DM,<r i§
BREAD, CAKE. CWCK ®''J'l
I «y Good* delivord * 111
EVERY MORN 1 * •
%T Hot Bread and BroW*
PORT BLAKELY * sE * TTLI
TUB PAS3ENU&B S-TUX*.
port B lfl
a 4 o'clock.
Every Afternoon *
Return the next IMornin? rJ #
For yMMg* W l * 0B bo,r
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