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THE DAILY INTELLIGENCER.
VOL. V.
PROFESSIONAL carps.
___ JOH> LKA.iT
lAMtM *C*ACa ST.
MCNALGHT & LEAFY,
attokneys-atlaw;
SEATTLE, W T.
„ K Mifent H-W «h« So«b MttA a*
H»m» of S*» fort «n.l Ptoai.ii.
Hartford. Fire I Murine* Companies.
AUGUST. 1871.
C. H UHUM>. C H H^«
TJUMAREF. & HANFORD.
COUNSELLORS
—ajh>—
Attorneys - at - Law
SEATTLE, W. T.
Oflira next door to Dl«?»tch BaUdlag.
ai2-al J
D. P. JENKINS
Attornev-at-Law,
SEATTLE, - - W. T.
D. W. STARKEY, M. D.
HOMOEOPATHIC
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Offire ©u FRONT BTRF.KT. n' lt to Odd F- t
lova' Be»Ul«. W. T.
i)K (i.V.CILIIOIiN.
fiioattlo, w • T.
o««* No. 1, Dispatch Building, opposite Occi
dental Hotel.
DR. A. BERTH IER
FRENCH
'HISII'IIN I\II siickon
COMMERCIAL STREET.
Opposite U. S. Hotel, Seattle, W. T.
Office Flour* from to 11 A. if; Ito 3, and 7to
kt. if.
QRS. A. & H. B. BAGLEY,
ItoMueopaf h istx*
SEATTLE, W. T.
ivK. H. D. BAGLEY, LATE PROFESSOR OP
1/ Principle* and Practice of Surgery tn the
Michigan Central Medical College, will make
Operative Surgery aud Surgical Disease* a special
is and will attond to call* in any part of the
und. <ll®
MRS. S. 0. HEWES. M, D.
HOMCEOP ATHIST.
Iw «f the First Lady liradiiato in Mfdifioe,
Offer* her services to the people of Seattle and
«h*» North Pac4fl« Coast.
Mia. Doctor Hewes comes West after ten year*
of constant and successful practice. Will open
her house to the tick. Mother* can find a home,
with the best e< ical attendance during confine.
tueut.anJ patient* for general medical treatment.
Will treat the nick by letter, and fill order* for
Medicine by mail or eipress.
Residence on Union street. between Fourth and
Fifth. my'2V-dwtf
DR. G. A. WEED,
SURGEON AND PHYSICIAN,
BKATTLE. \V. T.
, Office Hours at office on Commercial street,
over Harris k Attridge's Drug Store, from 10 to
12a. if., and at raaidenoe, corner of Madison and
i?»cond streets, from 1 to .1 r. x.
DENTISTRY.
PR. J. C. ORASSK. DF.NTIBT, OF
MflBSBl flo * lo Stone Al' MXtt's New Build-
Mir ing on Commercial htm*t. All work
guaranteed.
O|J.S, MAGGS
Dentist,
OFFICE, MILL STREET,
ovarUalcle and H&nie a Store. KAJ'T OF Of.
. CIPENTAL HOTEL. fj*.
A. O. F.
( WASH INO TON. NO. S.W. ANCIENT
V. Order of Foresters, holds Its meetings at
Masnalo Hat) every second and fourth Mon lay in
•fh month.
All Members of the Order la good standing ar»
•twUlly Invited to attend,
order of the Oaurt.
■tfl-dtf JOHN 8. ANDERSON. «*ec.
CHAS. H. WELLS
SHIPPING & COMMISSION
merchant
40 California Street,
S *N FRANCISCO, CAL.
f®r the pnrvhaaa or tale of Prodoo*.
Ac., solicited and promptly fl!l»si.
a.l\an i'it made on coo#tgn»aent*
AOENT FOR THE
ftfet Sound Line of Sailing Vessels
UtfKß BT rEBMUMIOJI XV
L^ k T *n«, Fjkj, PnVt Wei It. Far#* * Co.'»
' wvif* \*'**oUn*. K*q., G*-n«*ral Stip«rluteß<.l«nt
a %r *° * Co.'* Esprit.
Ks*i. ,Pn?i»'t Ur%ug«r'* Bank of C»l
- E»q., Prt«'t California F»riu«*r«'
utuAl n r# lutui-Mjoe jU*««:iatiou.
o ",,* rdn ® r - K*q . Vlc« Pr*»iieut au 1 Uao«j?r--r
soeilJtltta* *"arui«"iV Mutual Fir* lim'iraru* A*.
Bro«. k Co.
S°"' J4IL . CMTlgan Ik Co.
* °"
.lUMawtf
The Three Little Chairs.
They sat alone by the bright wood
fire,
The gray-haired dame *;. d the age i
sire,
Dreaming of days gon« by ;
Th 3 tear-drops fell on ea~h wrinkled
cheek,
both had thoughts that thev
could not speak,
A* each heart uttered a sigh.
For their sad an 1 tearful eyes descried
Three little chairs, placed side by file,
Agaifgt the *i?tir>g-room wall;
Old-fashion enough, as there they
stood,
Their seats of tush and *h'ir frames of
wood,
With their barks so straight and tall,
Then the sire sho .k his silvery head,
And with trembling voice lie gently
said, —
"Mother, thos; < mpty chairs!
They bring such sad, sad thoughts, to-
night.
We'll r>ut thefti forever out of sight,
In the small, dark room,up stairs.'.
But she answered, "Father no, not yet
For 1 look a*, them, and I forget
That the children went away ;
The boys come back, and our Mary, too,
With her wpron on of checkered bbie,
And sit here every day.
"So let them stand there though t
empty now,
And every tirue when alone w<- bow
At the Father's throne to pray,
VVe'll a>k to meet the children above,
In our Saviour's home of r<-st and love,
Where no child goeth away."
Exploits of a San Francisco De
tective.
SOMETHING OK A « BASE.
The annals of the detective force re
veal.some shrewd operations. In IKST
May A: Co., were robbed of $5,000 in
coin AboGt the same time a good
natured German who had been porter
in the store disappeared. Krouse was
his name. The matter was placed in
the hands of Detective Lees. For days
every place was searched, every road
and steamer watched —no trace of the
robber could be found.
One eveninir the detective had u
visitor, one Mr. Sandroke. 'What did
Mr. S. want?'
'Toaid in the arrest of Krouse ,
'Ah ! you know him then?'
'Yes and long for his arrest and
punishment. The traitor ! to steal from
his employers.'
Several days now succeeded, in which
the self >pointed minister of justice
lrd the officers many a wild goose
chase.
Hut the Captain was not deceived
Sandroke was concerned in the affair.
One day S. was seen to enter a board
ing-house; it was ascertained he room
ed there also.
'Had the landlady an extra room?'
'Oh yes, sheutlemens, several.'
' h ! here is one vacant, and one ad
joining occupied.'
•Yah, dash is Misther Shandroke's
room.
•Indeed! I will take this one. My
companion and 1 are hard-working
mechanics; we work at night, and will
come in late ami go out early.*
The watch began.
Sandroke WA* seen to bring in meat
and bread, and go out bulkier than he
came in. Why such a movement? Ah
Mr, Sharper! you are watchod. Those
mechanics are on vour track.
Ho goes toward the Mission; the
mechanics follow; suddenly he disap
pears—mysteriously.
They wait for hours—it is useless
The next day tho officer visits his
neighbor—his disguise is not penetrated.
SiiLdroke is cleaning a revolver.
'A fine weapon.'
'Yes!'—sullenly.
•Why do you rarry itr*
•It uiay bo needed.'
'Yes that's true; good day.'
Again the chase goes out; again he
is followed, and again he suddenly dis
appears. This is repeated several days.
Mystery!
At last he goes out late: it is nearly
dark. Tho officers get ahead and He
flat upon the roof of a house overlook
ing the spot of the sudden disappear
ances It is now very dark; the owner
«»f tho bouse i« frightened, seizes his
«hot-gun, aul— well—the detectives
barely escaped losing the tops ot their
heads. Ah! the prize heaves in sight.
Hut it is lost again
Two days inure do they follow ami
watch. Tim landlady suspects the
honest mechams to he officers. She
informs Sandroke The third day he
alters his coarse; but the officers kept
nearly 'hull down aatern of the chase;'
finally he crises a plain—this is
dangerous ground. A boy is put on
the trail; the officers go 'about tack' and
agr.in overhaul their wau.
Two hours more they wander in
darkness. l>y one thing alone is the
chase recognised; one of his arms is
crippled and hangs motionless by his
side, the other swings as ho walks. Still
the chase g<»e* on; now they are mired
in the inar.h. now tingled in the chap
paral. Suddenly the criminal start#
hack toward the city, and in time
dodges behind some untenanted house*
011 limnnan streec It i* raining hard;
the officer is discouraged, and r» turns
to the city, but a- he walks, he resolves
to take adequate force and try agtin. A
buggy i* procured and with an a«Hist
ant back they go.
The theives would naturally seek
she Iter—so the houses are searched.
Through the window of one they -er
a dark object on the floor. It »scover
ed with a pistol by one officer, while
the other bursts in the door.
But the object springs up and cries
out, -Don't shoot" It is Krouse.
Two short plauks *re loose; under
neath is a sp»ce large enough for two
persons ; there are blankets, and f
in coin. , _ . .
The same night, when Sandroke
SEATTLE, WASHINGTON TERRITORY, TUESDAY, JULY 9, IS7S.
carue home, he found a man hid under
the bed. He siezes him and drag- him
him out into the light It is oue of
the honest mechanics. lie Las a revol
ver in his hand. Sandroke is a prisoner
in a twinkle. His nest is searched,
and S2BOO glitter before the officer's
eyes. A gold bar only is missing.
But the rascales are trapped.
MISCELLANEOUS.
To Those Wishing to Secure
Homesteads!
W. B. HALL,
Surveyor, Land and Tax Paying
Asent,
SEATTLE. W.T.,
OFFERS HIS SERVICES TO PARTIES WISH,
ing to secure Homes in W*?hingtan Terri
tory, either by Homestead or Pre-emption, aa he
Is thoroughly acquainted with the iand not yet
taken np. Terms, very reasonable.
Apply ib portion or by letter to
W. B, HALL, S«att;«.
>IH KINTONII & KF.KVES
REAL ESTATE
—AND -
Abstract Office.
We hava the Only
Complete Abstract ol Titles to
Lands in King County,
An<l Make a Specialty of Furnishing ABSTRACTS
OF TITLE.
To Purchasers of Keal Estate:
Be Carefni to have a Good Title.
%r A GOOD TITLE REQUIRES,
1. That a Chain of Title be direct and perfect.
1. That no Dower Interests are outstanding.
3. That there are no Mortgages.
4. That there are no Mechanics' Lien*
5. That there are no Attachment Liens.
That there are no Tax Titles.
7. That there ars no Liens by Execution on
Judgment* of Courts of this Territory or the
United State*.
H. If ever devised by Will, that the same was
duly Probated.
y If the property has ever been sold at Sher
iff*, Executor's, Administrator's, or Guardian's
Sale, or under decree ef Partition, that the Pro
ceedings are regular.
A Government Patent, signed. sealed aud de
livered, constitutes tbe only positive evidence of
the transfer of Title from the United States to
the Purchaser.
MONEY TO LOAN
I
Ou First-class Real Estate Security.
If yon want to Buy. Sell, or Exchange Securi
ties, give as a call.
MACKINTOSH REEVES,
Seattle, W. T.
PUGETSOUNDSTONEYARD
M. J". OARK FIHH
At the Head of Yrsler's Wharf, SEATTLE.
Eveiy variety of Cemetery Work executed in
Marble and all other Stone, with neatness and
dispatch.
Also, all kindsof Masons' Building Material kept
for the market.
Also, agent for the sale of the San Juan Lime.
All oilers promptly filled, and satisfaction guar
anteed.
L. B. Harkness,
MONEY EXCHAH6E
OFFICE
On .\ftll St red, opimitc (J* Po*t Offin.
Gold Silver and Greenbacks
B«mght and sold at the very lowest rates of
exchange.
Also on Sale the
Choicest Brands of Cigars.
j«S-dtf
House for Rent
v NEAT DWELLING HOrSS ON SECOND
»tr*«t, north of the old Coal R*ad
Five Improved Garden L<>t, Well of
W*ter. and line view.
Terms reasonable.
Apply to
Mackintosh & Reeves,
iuxl>.dlw Mill street. Seattle.
|>TAULINHn>
L. REINIG,
SKA TT L K E A K ERY,
Wh e#a;e and Retail Pealer In
GR< >CERIES,
PROVISIONS,
FRUIT,
VEGETABLES.
Bit HAD, CAKE. CRACKERS, ETC
OS" <",o*.da delivered to all p»rt» of the city
frtf of «harge.
FHESH BBE A D DELIVERED
EVERY MORNING !
Hot Bread and Br wu Bread every Sunday
morniM
HOTELS, Ac.,
OCCIDENTAL
MM 4» TT Mj
■SEATTLE, W. T.,
BOARD AND LODGING AT
MODE nA T E RATES.
This is the Largest Hotel
North of San Francisco,
And U
FIRST-OLABS
In all Resj»ects.
FREE COACH TO AND FROM THE Hltl SE.
JOHN COLLINS & CO.,
jel PROPRIETORS.
AMERICAN
HOUSE
MEAD OF YESLER'S WHARF,
Seattle, W. T.
This house hu been thoroughly renovated and
put in first*clasa order for the accommodation of
the traveling public.
Board and Lodging from |§ to 6 per week
Meals and Beds !i cents.
EDWARD JOHNSON,
Proprietor.
No Chinamen Employed.
jeßdtf.
NEW ENGLAND
JBE » TP K2 Wj
Torner Commereial & Main Ste.,
Seattle, w. T.
THE NEW ENGLAND
and its accommodations for families are unsui
passed.
This House is NEWLY BUILT, is HARD FIN
ISHED throughout, has large and well furnished
Rooms, and tirst class board, on the
European Plan,
can be had at moderate prices.
Best Hotel in the City.
L. C. HARMON,
rnl-tf. Proprietor.
EUREKA LODGING HOUSE.
Mill Street, opposite the Occidental.
Open All Xlglit.
Bv<la 25 to 50 cents
Social Hates by the week.
Andrew Pflauru.
je4-dtf
CLARENDON HOTEL.
PORTLAND, OREGON.
Zieber & Knowlcs, Prop's
Situated opposite all the Railroad and Steam
ship Office. Street oars pass the house every
; five minutes.
Free Coach to and from the BOOM*.
iMvlj
TO SPORTSMEN!
JOHX SILLIVAX
HAS NOW A COMPLETE ASSORT M EXT
of :
Trout Rod*. Reel* and Flies ;
Out. Hooka. Leaders and Lfnes;
Spoon Hooka of the very best killing stylw;
Dog Fish Hooks;
Powder and Shot Flanks ;
Cartridges of all size* ;
Ammunition, etc.
Also a Fine Assortment of BIRD CAGES.
COMMERCIAL STREET, SEATTLE.
*p23-4avtf
To the Ladies!
! M>HE T'SPERSIGNED H\S LOCATED OK
Cherry Street, Seattle,
Where she is prspar*l to Teach Mrs. F. A. Boom,
htfwer'ft System of
DRESS CUTTING COMPLETE.
Also keep* constantly on hand a well selected
Assortment of
FANCY ARTICLES FOR
LADIES' WEAR !
P>a»e cail and cianun*.
MRS. >V. H. KIESTEB.
MISCELLANEOUS.
L P. SMITH I SON,
WATCH MAKERS.
JEWELLERS
ENGRAVERS
DEALER* JIN
American and Swiss Watches
FIXE JEWELRY.
SILVERWARE AND CLOCKS.
UOODS SEMI TO ANT PABT OE THE SOUND C. O. D.
*3T Witch anil Clock Repairing done as usual,
kt moderate prices, and in a satisfactory manner,
at the old staud. Front Htreet, Seattle. W. T.
apG-dtf
My Public Pleasure Garden,
AT RENTON,
Will be open on Sundays from 10 A. M. to " P.M.
and on week .lays any time on application.
Flowers, Fruits, Ice Cream, Soda
Water, all Kinds of Fancy
Drinks. Confectionery, etc.
Kept alwayß on baud. Admittance, 23 cents ;
large parties less.
W. P. Smith.
Spi'J-dtf
H. UHLFELDER,
DEALER IN
Fancy
Crockery. UlnHsuan'.
Tol»:icco, CigarH, l*ipe»»,
tirorerles, Etc., Ft,\.
ruer of Mill and Commercial streets. oct2:i
JASON Sl'ltlNtiEß & CO.,
Corner Spear and Mission Streets, San Francisco.
Manufacturers and Dealers in
DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS,
Weights C'orrtN ami Pulleys.
Importers cf
GERMAN FRENCH AND ENGLISH WINDOW
GLASS. If., 21 and 36 oz.
Doors a Specialty..;£Ss|
SEND FOR CATALOGH'E AND PRICE LIST.
No. 65 Front Street, Portland, Oreeon.
je29-w3m
lIITill PACIFIC UILHU.
PACIFIC DIVISION.
KALAMA TO TACOMA
—— AMD
ITACOMA TO WILKESON,
iCOAL MINES.)
MAIN LINE TRAINS.
DAILY, [EXCEPT SUNDAYS).
leAVK arkivk
Kalama 11:20 A. U. Tacoma. 5:00 P.M.
Tacoma 74)0 a. M. Kalama 12:30 c.x
PUYALLUP ROAD TRAINS.
LBATK | AHBIVK
Tacoma £.1.1 a. .v. t Wilkeson ....9:00 A. m.
Wilkeson.... tfiJM p. M. | Tacoma 5:50 p. m.
COLLECTIONS.
At TACOMA, with PaeHic Mall Steamship* for
Victoria and Han Francisco. aud with Sound
Steamers lor Seattle. Stellacoom, Olympla, and
all pointa on Puget Sound.
At Lake View, with Stage for Steilacoooi.
At Tanino, with Stages for Olympla.
At Kalama with O. 8. N. CJc.'b boata for Port
land and all polnta on the Columbia river.
At Portland, on Wednesday and Saturday at 6
a. m. with steamers for Port Townsend. Victoria,
Nanaiino, New Weatininater and Fraaer River.
Through Ticketa for aale at Principal Offices of
the Company, and at the Office of the O.S. N. Co.
ir> Portland, Oregon, to Victoria and Seattle, and
via P. M. 8. S. Co.'a Steamships from Tacoma,
and O. S. 8. Co. and P. C. S. S. Co.'s steainKhipa
from Portland to San Francisco.
Through Ticketa to Portland, Oregon, for sale
at Victoria, Seattle, Tacoma andTenino.
S. A. BLACK.
General Superintendent.
W WAYNE VOGDEB.
General Ticket Agent.
W. H. PnrpIIREY, Ticket Agent at Settle,
I W. T. oct3l
* T O VE »
Almost liivon A WHY!
W
| EXTRAORDINARY NOTICE.
Rjr some meana a letter aent by me to San
Franclaco waa one menth in reaching t* daatl
natioo; ao my stork of Stovea are • out two
months too late. Now I have
KX3STID S
And a* 1 do not winh to carry this atccc into the
next year. ( will aell the aame
Cheap for Cash
Call soon and make your selections.
T. P. FREEMAN,
Pioneer Variety Store, Seattle.
I dS-dlf
MISCELLANEOUS.
Crawford k Harrington,
IMPORTERS ANDfiJOBBERS
SEATTLE, W. T.
! Havo on hftnd n
consisting of Foreign aiul Domestic
Hardware and Cutlery
Iron and Steel, aborted.
Blacksmith and Carpenter Tools.
Agricultural and Implement*,
Crockery aiid fl '<;iass\vare. Paint* & Oil*
Hemp a and Manilla Cordage, (irocorios ami Provisions,
|Wines, Liquors, Kt<\
AGENTS FOR THE
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF LONDON, &C
ITjT TALBOT COAL, FOR CITY TRADE, FOR SALE FROM WHARF
CI"; AW I "OKI) & HARRINGTON
Seattle, W. T. July Ist. ISTS.
iMAMMOTH UNCI SALE!
I


FOR 30 DAYS
Prior to the arrival of our
IMMENSE sntMii STOCK
From tlie East
We mtVi
m GOODS, CLOTHING,
CARPETS,
j BOOTS AND SHOES,
A
At a Reduction of Ten
per Cent, for Cash.
j
We make an allowance on all Cash Sales in the above
named Lines of Goods.
COME EARLY AND OFTEN
And Secure Bargains.
SCHWABACHEK BROH.&CO
i
Paget Sound Business College,
Cor. Front and Columbia Streets,
SBATTLK. W.'T.
DESIGNED TO IMPART A TIIOROUOH ENGLISH KM'CATION, A COMPLETE BUHINFHH
Training, and Practical Instruction in M jtl» rn
THE SCHOOL-ROOM AND COINTINO-ROOM
Are nniU-d upon a plan that tex-urea to the tdud'-nt a 1 th«- practical a-1 vantages of each. There min
operation a Hanking flooM, with Cheek*. Draft*, N»tea. Bill* of Exchange,
Certificate* of Qepoait. etc., fally illuatratiu/ tn* banking bu»lue«M.
The Hcbo<»!.R<)om in fitted up with Mer- hau lining, Jobbiutf and Importing Emporium*. luaii
ranee and o*-u»ral Rankin? Office*. Commiaaion and Korvurdln* Ifouaen, Hipr»** »u«l Pf*t Office*.
For fifirticulars. apply or address
inyS-d&wtf * PUGET HOUND HUSINESS COLLEGE.
CITY DRUG STORE,
Harris & Attridge,
Wholesale and He tail Dealers in
DRlliS, B i PATESIT HUM*
It ■- va •* ***€»«•€»•
SEATTLE, WASHINGTON TERRITORY.
Orders by Mail or Expreix promptly attended to. j#*l-«1 AwM
NO. 29.

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