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IHE DAILY IM'ELLIGENCER.
VOL. V.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
•— - ~«r
;O TT. MC HACAHT. *>■* LEAJIT
XcNAUGHT & LEAKY,
ATTOKNKYS-AT-LAW,
SEATTLE, W. T.
the North British and
MMitilt Home of New York and Pho>nix,ef
Hartford, Firelnsurant Companies.
AUGUST. 1871.
. c. H. HARFORD.
C 1. LABJUBKK •
LAPRABEE & HANFORD,
COUNSELLO RS
—AItV
Attorneys - at - Law
SEATTLE, W. T.
Office next door to Liupatch Building.
d'iu-dly
D. P. JENKINS
Attornev-at-Law,
SEATTLE, - W. T.
D. W. STARKEY, M- D,
HO MYOPATHIC
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Oflice on FRONT STREET. next to Odd Ke!-
o wh* Hall, Seattle, W. T.
Ill; G.V.CIUIOI N,
feoattlo, w. T.
•2ke 50. 1, Olupaleh Building, opposiU Occl
dental Hotel.
MRS. S. 0. HEWES. W. D.
HOMCEOP ATHIST.
Oof of thf First Ladv (irndualfs in MeJifin^,
Offer* her service* to the people of Seattle and
the North Pacific Coawt.
Mr*. Doctor Hew«* come* W«**t alter ten yi-ar*
of coiiKtant ami Hucce**f ill practice. Will open
h»*r houhe to the idc!i. Mother* can find a home,
with the b»*«t *< leal attendance during eonftne
nient.and patient* for general medical treatment.
Wi!i trfat the alck by letter, and till ordonj for
Medicine by mail or expreg*.
Ktwidence on Uuion htroet, between Fourth and
Fifth. my-'i-dwtf
QRS. A. & H. B. BAGLEY.
ttoHHropaf hint s,
SEATTLE, W. T.
DH. H. B. BAOLEV, LATE PROFKHSOK OF
Principles and Practice of Surgery in the
Michigan Central Medical College, will make
Operative Surgery and Surgical Disease* a apecial
tj.and will atteud to call* in any part of the
»'< und. dl 9
DR. G. A. WEED,
SUKMEOX AND PHYSICIAN,
BKATTLE, W. T.
gOtV.ee Honrs at offl.e oil Commercial atreet,
o>er Harm k Attridgo'n Drug Store, from 10 to
12 a. m., aud at residence, corner of Madison and
Mcond street**, from 1 to .1 v. M.
DENTISTRY.
I>H J. C. GRASSE, DENTIST. OF
floe In Stone & 1" "rutt's New Build
tiiK unCommercial (.irt-et. All work
Kuaranteefi.
J.S. MAGGS
Dentist,
OPPICK, MILL STREKT,
Over 8a Idle and Barnes Store. EAST OF OC
CIDENTAL HOTEL. 4 f2B.
YIK SIIINIi T()NG,s
Chinese Physician«
Wiiifiiiajton Stru ', Inti&en Comuh r< ill
and First Stnrt*.
Dr. Yik Shim; Tong haa Just arrived here from
San Francisco, and is the twst Chinese doctor
ever 111 Seattle, being a graduate vt utf of the
Wat medical college* in China. jyU-dtf
L. B. Harkness,
MONEY EXCHANGE
OFFICE
[On MiU Hrrct, tht Voat Offict.
Gold Silver and Greenbacks
fevugkt and aold at the very loweat rate* of
exchange.
Also on Sale the
Choicest Brands of Cigars.
j«*-dtf
To Those Wishing to Secure
Homesteads!
W. B*. HALL,
Nurreyor, Land and Tax Pa.vinp
Agent,
SEATTLE, W.T.,
( HIS SERVICES TO PARTIES WISH
w, j®«tosecure Homes in Washington Terrt
'• tti'nT Homestead or Pre-emption, as he
acquainted with the land not yet
A ,P* Terms, verv reasonable.
Pl>iy IB persou or by letter to
W. B. HALL. Seattle
A. O. F.
Cy°rtJ» T W , ASfi tXOroN. No. S.HSS. A.Ni lENT
Muta nts u ?1 Foteaters, holds It* mettirgs at
••ch ui'inth 9vvT J second anil fourth Monday iu }
Ha,°^! rofth * Court.
JOHN S. ANDERSON, *ae. I
Nasbv
wit. NASBV BECOMES A COMMUNIST, BUT
CIRCUMSTANCES IMPEL A CHAKOE OF
HEART —THE DISASTROUS RESULT
Fr m th* Toledo Blade i
CONFEDRIT X ROADS (Which is in
the State u* Kentucky;, Jooly 10, I*7B
Respite our recent disastrous failyoor
to become Commoonists, we deter
mined to try it again. Ez there ain't
nothing in our hands, ez R.tscom and
Pollock have everything that is uv
valyoo in this vioinity, we coodent see
where we shood lose anything anyhow
by insistin into a fair divide with a
view uv takin a noo *tart. After all.
Com moon in IU is the proper noshun.
Wat difference does it make to me
that Pollock vrorks and I don't'< Pol
lock likes to work and I don't. Am i
to blame for not liking to wm-k ? I
am nacher made me and I must
live There he is, and he ca:j't get
anything more than a livin out uv it.
■berefore it is his dooty to acoommo
olate enuff for hisself ami me, and, ef
he refuses to do it. it is my dooty, ez a
citizen, to compell him.
Issaker McPelter, the Deekin, and
myself thought the matter all over and
determined to stand no morn nonsense
from them fellows, but to take with
the strong hand nil tliat which they
had so long defroded us uv. We de
termined to rise in our mite and wrest
from them despoiles the pro}>erty
they had contrived to filch from us.
And avery man of us roiled over and
got up, and called a labor metin.
I wuz inukin the speech uv the nite,
it wuz a georg»>ous effort. I wuz in the
middle of it; 1 wuz showin that all
property wuz robbery, and that in a
too republic one man shooldent her
any more than another man. 1 wuz
demonstratin the absurdity ov permit,
tin one man to hev horded up that
which he coodent yoose, when others,
made in the same image, wuz a hnn
geriu and a tbirstin. I wuz deuion
stratiu the necessity ov ekal division ov
all property, real and pcrsional, with
laws perhibitin accootuooUshen by
heven a diuishen every Fourth of July,
when a boy entered the ineetin-house,
with a telegram for me. It wuz breef,
and to the pint :
SAINT'S KKST, NOO Jersey, Jooly 15.
—Pttrolmm I'. Confedrit X
lb mil n, h'y : Your aunt Mehitable
died yesterday and made yoo her heir.
The cut ate is wu»h sutnin like -*lO 000
Write how yoo want it.
SMITH & SLOCUM, Attorneys.
1 see u lite. To wunst my feeling
experienced a rovulsion I had asuddin
chauge of hart I frit a horjor at the
levlin doctrines uv couiuiooni »ni. The
idea uv dividin up property become to
me to wunst the most repulsiv thsng in
the world. Forty thousand dollars is
SI,OOO a } eel —and four thousand a
yeer means comfort and elegance for
me. Wat good wood it do to divide it
up? And beside, I found a double ez
to whether a man wux ever eutitled t<»
anything more than he really amassed
by honest industry, or possibly iu he rets.
1 can't see that it is wrong to live by
the honest swet ov an aunt's eye brows.
At all events. 1 decline to go on with
my speech, and Joj Bigler insisted that
1 shoold. 1 refoozed and deklined to
give any reason for it, and denouced
em all as a set of agrarian levellers. 1
deuounst Com moon ;sm ez robbery,
and insisted that every man had an in
defeasible ntu to wat wuz hisin, and
that nothin cood unloose me to join
my forchoons to a principle so utterly
repugnate to the idee uv civilizashun.
Ther. Joe liigler and Pollock, fol*
lered by tiie enraged citizens, pounced
upon me, and Joe tore from mv grasp
tlu telegram, and read it to the pop ill Is.
It wuz enulf. A party ov men wanted
to tear mo lim from lim, for wat they
wuz pleased to call my base desi rshuu
ov a great CO'/, but the counsils uv the
older and wizer prevailed.
• Let him up/ sed the Deckin
Pogram. hitu up, lie bez money.
WE WILL itoKuow VN IHM, which will
be the same ez tbo he made a divvy all
to WUURt.'
And so I wuz released, and went my
way feelin considerably eiatid. No
more work for uie. llenceforeh my
days wuz to l>e pleasure and my
delitrs. With * 10,000 I cood snap my
tinkers at the world and live ez I
choose.
ltascom bad lent me the money to
percecd towunst to Saint's Rest to
seeoor my patrimony, and I bad borred
a pare uv boots uv the Dtekin, and an
extra shirt of Is-ake. All wu/ in redi
nis and the mnle wuz at Hascotn't door,
when the died intelligence reached me
that there wu/ nothiu jn it. It bed all
l>een put up by Bijjler ami Pollock to
nee ef I would change on the very plat
form. They bed writteu the dispatch
and sent it, and hired the mail boy to
hand it to me. Bascom pounced uoto
me for the money he had lent me, and
ls>aek and the Deckin wanted their
property. I wu* stript on the spot
and left helpless.
There isn't any humanity in man.
I shel l>e a Commoonist yit, and a
bloody one. It is gettin to be a ques
tion uv livin.
It wuz cruel in them fellows to de
ceive me so, tbo alter all I have no
reason to oomplane. Basootu cotue to
conciliate a m»n tiv >o much capital?,
kei t mc full all nite.
PETKOLCTM V. N'ASBY, 1\ M ,
Conservative ut present
Hints About Celery-Raisint.
Correspondent Western Rura .
Celery is believed by mm to have a
soothing effect upon the nerves. It is,
at any rate, an excelleut relish for those
who have acquired a taste for it, an 1
its use is rapidly extending. It is a
little more difficult to grow in perfect,
lou than any other vegetable that we
have considered, but I lK'lie%r it can >•<
grown by every farmer who really
wills it. The sJtils arc very tine and
nce<l to be skiilfuly treated to insure
their germination in the seed-bed.
SEATTLE, WASHINGTON TERRITORY, THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, IS7S.
which should be made very fine and
rich. and the seeds kept moist until
they have germinated and become
rooted. A deep, damp muck is the
best soil to grow celery in, after it is
transj lantcd, but it is not indispensible.
1 have grown very nice, crisp celery in
a dry, sandy soil, bat it requires much
greater effort than it doc? in muck"
There is a difference of opinion as to
whether it is better to grow it in
trenches or on th* surface. I rath r
prefer a compromise between the ix
tremes, and would set the plants in
shallow trenches about four feet apart,
made very rich. The plants should be
slightly shaken when first transplanted,
and kept well watered uutil rooted.
Earthing up, from blanching, may be
deferred with advantage until cool
weather, except for such as is needed
for early use. The operation amy In
performed all at once, after the plants
ha«re attained their full growth, or two
or three operations may be made at
different stages of growth.
Health, Profit and Independence.
Young man, have you thought of the
safety of the investment iu farming,
the hcalthfulness of the employment,
ot tlie habits of iuduatry and self-re
liance if. inculcates and the percentage
of profits ? In the city you may re
ceive #.>o or f HM) a month. What be
comes of it r Gone, and not in acquir
ing habits of industry 4>r principles of
integrity and uprightness. Go into
the country; if there now, remain. As
far as profit goes, political economists
say that ninety-five per cent of farmers
are successful, while only five p< r cent
of merchants are successful. Keep on
your farm, with its rural scenes and oc
cupations' for they not only please the
eye by there beauty and charm the fan
cy by the images with which they enrich
it, but thay are also conducive to the
support and comfort of life, and mini
ster to the subsistenct, the increase and
the happiness of mankind.
Sensible Remarks.
The Fire J'rt.vt thus lectures the
people of Vautura county, though its
remarks are applicable to many other
counties of tho State: 'We buy too
much abroad. With soil thac raises
the richest and biggest sugar beets in
the world, plenty of woo 1 for heat and
plenty of water for power, we import
all our sugar. With abundance of the
be-t kind cf tan-bark, we ship hides
away, pay somebody to tan them for
us arid pay the Steamship Company
freight both ways. We ship wool
enough to-clothe the State and import
back the very blaukets and other goods
made from it. Tons of dried apples,
peaches, prunes, etc., are brought here
annually and consumed in the
iinest fruit cotinry the sun ever shown
upon. The best of timber grows in
our mountains, while hundreds of
thousands of dollars ar annually sent to
Oregon for lumber. These startling
facts ought to set our business men to
thinking—but will they r'
MISCELLANEOUS.
MARINE WAYS
—AND—
Ship Yard !
THE UNDERSIGNED are
*4"now prepared to take Con
/ fftVa tracta for Building Ship# &f4r\
out the name 011 their New Way*, and make all
necessary repairs, such as
Carpenter Work.
Caulking, and
Spar Making.
BI'tLDERS of SMALL BOATS,
either Metallic or Wood.
We have just completed our NEW
Marine Ways and Ship Yard,
On tuo BEACH, near the old
Seattle Coal Bunkers,
And are ready to receive ordera.
Tierney & Co.
P. O. Eo* 12. ap«-dtf
SEATTLE
SOAP FACTORY
Commercial Street, Seattle,
ENOCH & HECKSON, Prop's.
Manufacturer* of a Suj»ertor Article of
Washing and Toilet
SOAP
Below San Francisco Prices.
M< rchanta aud othera will find it to their ad
vn.tHiieto patronize home industry.
jy6-dtf
JOHN L. JAMIESON,
Watchmaker ii Jeweler.
WENZLKR'S NEtl BI'ILDING,
FRONT STREET.
ALL WORK WARRANTED !
Onr Specialities— Fine Watch Repairing,
ilonogrtm Engraving. Seal Cutting. Pipe Mount
ing (gold or silver) : Jew« !ry Repairing.
The TKC« YIXK iece»v*i dat'.y by Tele
graph from the U.S. Sigual Station, kept in a
fir»t-cla»« Chronometer, enabling those having
flue \» atchea to have them accurate*} rated.
We gnarartee Fir»l-c!a>* Work at Reasonable
Frtcee «uyl4*ltf
HOTELS, £c.,
ORIENTAL HOTEL
TEMPERANCE HOUSE,
SECOND STREET. - SEATTLE, W. T.
This Hotel is newly built. hard-finißhed, and
elegantly furnished in suits or 6ingie.
Board and Lodging per week from $4 to
$6, according to Room.
This house is conducted on first-class princi
ples, and every attention will be paid to patron*.
Baggage conveyed to and from the House free
of charge.
N. Loris. Proprietor.
NO COIN AM IN EMPLOYED.
AMERICAN
HOUSE
GEO. WELSH, Proprietor.
Mill Street, near Steamer Landing,
Seattle, W. T.
Board and Lodging per week from s.*> to f<s.
according to Rootn. Meals 25 cents each. Lib
eral reductions maae to Families.
Bn??ajf Conveyed to and from the Hotel free
No Chinese Help Employed.
r r J jy22-dtf
OCCIDENTAL
mm or w. »j
SEATTLE, W. T„
liIIAKD AND LODGING AT
MODE It AT E KATES.
This is the Largest Hotel
North of San Francisco,
And is
FIRST-CLASS
In all Kesi>ects.
FREE COACH TO AND FROM THE HOUSE.
JOHN COLLINS & CO.,
iel PROPRIETORS.
NEW ENGLAND
HT » R W K WJ
Corner Commercial k Main SN.,
Seattle, "W. T.
THE NEW ENGLAND SiSSS
and its accommodations for families are unsut
passed.
This House is NEWLY BUILT, is HARD FIN
ISHED throughout, has large and well furnished
Rooms, aud first clans board, on the
European I* Ia n ,
can be had at moderate prices.
Best Hotel ill the City.
L. C. HARMON.
ml-tf. Proprietor.
EUREKA LODGING HOUSE.
Mill Street, opposite the Occidental.
Open JA III Niglit.
Bods 25 to 50 cents
Special Hates by the week.
Andrew Pflaum.
Jei-dtf
IR JBiPTT BLI 0-A.3ST
TSRRITORI AL_G OHVEMTIOH
1 >Y ORDER OF THE REPUBLICAN TERRI
] J torial Central Committee, duly assembled
pursuant to notice this l*tb day of July, A. D.
1878. at New Tacoma. Washington Territory, no
tic# is hereby given that a REPUBLICAN TERRI
TORIAL CONVENTION is called to assemble at
Vancouver. Clarke County. W. T., un
Wnlnfwhy, the 9lh day of flctobfr, ISTS,
at the hour of ten o'clock, A. M., of said day, for
the pnrpoee of nominating a candidate for Dele
gate to Congress, and for ihe transaction of such
other busine*- as will properly come before it.
The Couin.trtee ha* fm-d the apportionment cf
Delegates to said Convention a» follow*: One
delegate at large, for «-ver? county hi the Terri
tory and one additional delegate for every one
hundred votes and for every mijority portion of
one hundred vutea cast tneach couniy at the gee
era! election in 187*, for the Republican Candi
date for Delegate to Congress. Upon this basia
thr vatioua Counties of the Territory will oe en
titled to representation in said Convention as fol
lows:
Cbehslis 2, Mason 1
Clallam Pacific A
Clarke 6 e,v T e *
Columbia * San Juan 2
Cow its 3 Skamania 1
.! J Stevena 2
K ina 9 Tfcor»n>u 5
i 3 Wahktakum 1
Klickitat".'. : 2 Walls Walls 5
» 3 Whitman 3
WhaUm"..: Yakima 3
B* order of the Territorial Bspublican Central
Committee. DANIEL BAGLEY,
Chairman of the Committee.
Byboh BaiUjOw. Secretary.
New Tacoma, W. T. July I*T<«, jy24.dwtf
MISCELLANEOUS.
L P. SMITH TM,
WATT! >IA k Kits.
JEWELLERS
ENGRAVERS
DEALERS IN
American and Swiss Watches
FIXE JEWELRY.
SILVERffAHI AND CLOCKS.
OOODB .EST TO ANY PART OF. THE SOUND C. O. D.
Watch aa l Clock Repairing done as usual,
at moderate prices, and in a satisfactory maitur,
nt the old *taud, Front Street, Seattle, W. T.
aptVdtf
H. UHLFELDER,
DEALER IX
Hllf t V (iIHIIIH,
Crockery. 4iln**w »re.
Tolmceo. CivHn. Pipe*,
tiroeerle*, Etc., Etc.,
ra?r of Mill and Commercial streets. oct23
j! (J // PJiiD FOR 3
ft; Second-hand Clothing, n
H BLANKETS. H
2 WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
fH Commercial St,, bet. Washington and *1
Main, Seattle. W. T. «
■ojNiKvano
Mffli&Cl
Importers and
COMMISSION
MERCHANTS.
SOLE AGENTS for Western Washington for the
California Farmers' Mutual
Fire Insurance Association,
OFFER FOR SALE TO THE TRADE ONLY
Toxicant's Ale, pint* and quart*.
Pass' Ale, pints and quarts.
Guinesa' Porter, pints and quarts.
Hennessey Brandy, In octaves, aud 1,2 and 3
■tar in case.
Mart all Brandy, in octaves, and 1,2 and 3 atar
in rase,
Otard Dupuy Brandy in octaves aud case.
California Qrape Brandy in octsvus.
Scotch Whisky, In case and bulk.
Irish Whisky, in c%se and bulk.
Champagne—Chan. Farro. in pints aud quarts ;
Laudsberger'a California, Imperial, and Private
Cuvee, iu pints and quarts.
Sherry—Finest Old Golden, Old Garvey and
California, in c ase and balk.
Port—lmported and California, in case ahd
bulk.
Bourbon Whiskies—Hotaiiug'a genuine J. H.
Cutter, in case and bulk ; White House, Univer
sal, Miller, etc., etc.
Tobacco— Plug. Granulated and Long Cut.
Cigars -The Largest Stock apd Peat Assortment
on Puget Sound.
%J~ We art) the only house in Waahlngton Ter
ritory shipping Furs direct to London, England
and are paying the highest Cash Prices. je-i.daw
CARD & LAIR,
sasb, Door, Moulding and
Scroll Manufacturer*.
tvttt.t, STREET.
Also, FEED GROUND TO ORDER, and k*p
ou hand for sale.
L. S. CARD,
P. J. LAIR.
Seattle, June Ist, I*"*. Je3-dtf
To the Ladies!
r E UNDERSIGNED HAS LOC4TED ON
Cherry Street, Seattle,
Where she is prepared to Teach Mrs. F. A. Boon),
bower's System of
DRESS CUTTIN6 COMPLETE.
Also keeps constantly on baud a well selected
Assortment of
FANCY ARTICLES FOR
LADIES' WEAR !
P ease call and examine.
MltS. W. H. KI ESTER.
May 23d, royfcMtf
j MISCELLANEOUS.
W. A. JENNINGS
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN"
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS
|
HARDWARE,
Crockery and Glassware,
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
'WINES and LIQUORS,
€'«(•»• I'M, «Ce.
COMMERCIAL STREET, SEATTLE. W. T
T. LVLE,
DEALER IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
Butter, and Farm Produce.
GLASS ANI) QUEKN3 11 'AUK.
WOOD AND WILLOW WARE.,
TOBACCO, CHi AUS ANI) h'SICK KNACKS.
Also a fine lot of TEAS, COFFEE, SPICES, ETC.
A full assortment of CANNED GOODS .ami other articles too
numerous to mention.
!
Bedrock Prices 1.1 my motto. Call un tyjcamint for i/ourntlce*.
FRONT STREET, . Seattle, W. T.
j __ ____
GLGRE & WUNDER,
holesale and Retail Dealers in
FURNITURE!
The moet complo a took of MIKUOKH,
\ >V 1 p I ;L' W BHADEB ' ,
ill Washington Territory. OARUIAQIH,
Also, Fancy C>bl»<*l kOD * in » f<™t Clue Far-
Ware, Per.or Hra«ikeU. nlture Storo, which w*
Well Poekot*, It .10 k et price* thet l>ef>
SholTrte, Ac., /«c.. v < ompeliti*u
Commercial Street. South of New England Hotel.
Chilberg Brothers,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
DEALERS IN
Choice Groceries,
And keep constantly on hand
HHI [in FLU. HI lIEIL EYE IUL MMIIT Nil
Rice Flour, and Feed.
Aleo a well eelectei etock of
Crockerv, Glassware, & Table Cutlerv
Which they propoee to eel cneeper than any other honee la Beettle.|
FRONT HTREET. . . . SEATTLE, W. T.
HALL # PAULSON,
Xabu facta rtra of and Dealer* Ik
FURNITURE !
Bedding, i ndow Shades,
Our facilities are such as to defy competition.
fjIVK US A CALL AM) SATISFY YOURSELF AS TO I'HIChH
CCTQin*rrci»l Street, Haettl* W. T.
CITY DRUG- STORE,
Harris &Attridge,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
DRUGS, CHEMICALS k PATENT MUCIMS.
Nl^n —City JWULJL Utovi^
SEATTLE, WASHINGTON TERRITORY.
» K3T Orders by Mail or Express promptly atteoded to. B jel-ddwif
NO. 07.

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