THE DAILY INTELLIGENCER.
BUSINESS MANAGER. _
Office—Front Street, Foot of Cherry.
«.<, o 'q nopular Journal of Western Wish
. JLi with the largeat circulation of any Papei
Territory. U published every Saturday
uorninf. Term* Three BolUn. per an
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ISAAC 1. IIALI .
LAWYER, SEATTLE, WASII. TERRITORY.
Offic— Corner Front and Columbia Bir> <ta—t'p
ATTOBNEY-AT-LYW. SEATTLE. WASH. ri-K
Offlcc—Room 2. Dispatch Building. Ophite
J*MU MCNAUUHT. Joaira F, MCNACGHT.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
SEATTLE, W. T.,
Oftice ia the building formerly occupied bj
McNaught k Leary. »*• (Ht
SEATTLE, W. T.
O.Tce lor the prcaeut in the building former!)
occupied by Mcl»aughtk Leary. aiH-dtf
C 11. LAKIUIII.K. C. n- HAS»OBD.
LARRABES & HANFORD,
Attorneys - at - Law
SEATTLE, W. T.
Oltite next door to Dispatch Building.
D. P. JENKINS
SEATTLE, - W. T.
W. W. URTIQT.
'ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, SNOHOMISH CITY.
oTw. STARKEY, M. 0,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office on FRONT STREET, next to Odd Pel
<.<■»• liall, Seattle, W. T.
33£lttlO, W . T.
office /to. 1, Oltpatch Building, opposite Occi
.HftS. S. D. HEWES. M. D.
HOMEOPATH I ST.
toe «f lie First Ladv Graduates ii Mditiie,
Offers her service* to tlie people of Seattle ami
UsForth Pacific Coast.
Mrs. Doctor H««m cornea West after ten year*
of constant and successful practice. Will opei
lM* house to the sick. Mothers can find a home,
with the best c< leal attendance daring confine
■ttnt. and patient* for general medical treatment
Will treat tbe sick by letter, aud fill orders foi
Medicine by mail or express
Residence on I'nloa street, between Fourth and
9RS. A. i H. B. BAGLEY,
SEATTLE. W. T.
D*. D. B. BAOLEY. LATE PBOFEBSOB O* '
Principles and Practice of Burgery in the
Michigan Central Mutual will taalt |
Opwatlre Surgery and Surgical Duianca a apeclal
t .and will attend to call! In au J part of th«
OR. G. A. WEED, j
M'BGEON AND PHYSICIAN,
SEATTLE, W. T.
Office Iloure at office ou Commercial fctreet.
f Harrla & Prog Slow, from 10 to
*. and at reeldenee, corner of Madleon aeJ
u ®ood atr*et*, from 1 to s r. *.
AMIDk. j. C. GRASS It, DENTIST, OF
ME& flea In t-(«b« tlliirxtt'iSt* Butld
i L.l r ing on Cemnmrdil »ti*et. All work
CK* J.S. MAGGS
OFFICE, MILL STREET,
vverlal. 1« aid liamm Stow. EAST OF OC
CIDENTAL HOTEL. «»•
__Fpr iwtclaat DUES3-HAKiNO, OITTINO or
FITTING, call on
MRS. KIXCAID & CO.
Over the Arcade.
*J»EJncatd i* aa A-l Dreauuakcr. direct front
ST" l '; *4 k« an able partner. They reapeet-
MUeit cnatom and guarantee aatiaf action
An Old Sailors Yarn.
We were dismasted «fT tbc Harba
doe?, bound to a port in the west « I
So tiand, laden with sugar and ram
*The forema-t's « «:ri - every
U'er tbe 1-iii twelve fe-t 'ur,v. : deck !
A leak b«Dettb tbc cb«si tr..e< sprung
Call alt lit:..!•» t<» cleir the wreck !
Quick the lany ird's cut to pieces!
Come, my hi**rt;e«, be a» <1
Sound the pump ! the teak increases—
Four feet water in the hold !
Jury masts were rigged, but we made
•low progress, and bad to keep the
pumps almost continually g->ing.
Drifting rather than sailing, we at l*!»t
struck soundings in the Chops of the
channel, having taken three months to
accomplish what under ordinary cir
cumstances ought only to have occu
pied six weeks. For fourteen days
previous we subsisted on molars
candy. Not a speck of any other e-it
*b!e h»d we on board. This sacchar
inc diet produced 1 ixity of the Iwwcls,
with f< verish thir*t. weakening all
hands dty by day. Jack declared it
whs like the devil playing » fellow
with hi* stray line, and w »uld We sure
to land us in 'fiddler's gr. en' ut last.
At six P. m ,on a dßrk winter's night
w>- were 'ff Cape C ear. The
strong and gusty, is southwest. The
sky—thick, cloudy, with intermittent
drizzling rain—>s a southwest sky.
bong, rolling billow*, tossing their
crested beads in mea-tured paces, like
rained coursers, flowing I'rotn the
Atlantic into tlii St. George'.* chain-1,
tell of long contiuued southwest gales
>ur crippled argosy rolls heavily
along with the harmonious movement
>f wind, sea and sky. Keeking with
merry humors, tho watch on deck.their
monkey jackets fitting their shrunken
tonus like a purser's shirt on a hand
spike. crack :h~ir joke.
'Three days more. Kill, and then
eb !' exclaimed long nosed Jim.
'And. then, round the corner, Sally
Brown,' answered Kill. 'Aid lord
love the 1 indla ty, if she don't give a
'el'.ow u blow out lit tor a Lni'ou Al
derman, after this bl«m>'d candy lit k
lll* Bpel i .'
•Why, we shall all 'OJ such candy
stick-.,' chimed in Tom, th i wag of the
ciew, 'that wo will ha»r<? ti hire a lob
lolly boy to keep the flies and girls
from devouring us. 111 tell you what,
'Hard ui> —bard up your helm Let
go the tip foresail —
i all all bands,' is rapidly shouted from
the quarter deck, and why »
A ttv»v lu-f.tro tint u'fif)tlw>r licain ta
Away Dei ore trie weatoer
the nor'west, the watchful officer's ex
perience 1 eye is arrested by a small,
clear, blue speck, like tho eye of the
storm king penetrating through the
rolling mass of vaporous cloud. 'A
shift of wind, eh?' he mentally asks.
Ha! was that faint gleam not bgt tiling?
It was. No time to lose. 'Up with
the helm!' The blue spot expands.
A thousand others quickly appear, dap
plmg the sky midway above the hori
zon to the zmith. Stars seem to
rush as if in eager haste to wim<ss the
couflict of the elements. Tha cold
temperature of the approaching north
ern blast wreathe the misty vapor into
fantastic shapes, which impart a scen
ic effect ©t weird-like beauty to the am
phitheater of boiling ocean bilow.
Nearer, still nearer,swoops the mighty
Titan lorce, grasping tho south we>t
bilows by their snowy manes and
flinging Ligh the silvery spray in mad
confusiou. Shrieking, howling, bia
sing it come*. Our bark is within
its grasp. A momentary lull; tho can
vas flaps to tho mast; then, with a
fierce o'ermastering spring it is upon u*.
Tiie ship was paid off before tho wind,
bringing her lee broadside to the sen.
Down, down her lee gunwale is pressed
below the briny waves, which rushing
over the deck, crashing bulwarks and
sweeping the longboat from her lash
iqfls. It was a moment of human help
lessness. Tbe crew are washed along
the deck or clinging convulsively to tho
weather rigging. A sourd—a welcome
one—like to the roll of musketry, is
heard above the roaring din of tbe
elements. It is the bvllowiug canvas
torn into shreds and snapping in the
wind. Tbe struggling sbip was reliev
ed 'She rights! she rights, boys!'
Each eye is turned aloft, and • 'th*nk
God, the marts still ttamt,' is felt if
not expressed. Kallying their sinking
energies the crew succeed iu laying the
vessel to under her main spencer and
loretopmast staysail. Tired nature
c< uld do no more. Utteily ethaujted
they dragged themselves below, leav
ing the first and secoi d officers, with
the dftiky cook and two apprentice
hoys, to bend and make s»il, as btft
they could, 4 A sweet littlo cherub
sits up aloft who ka*'ps a lookout for
poor Jack.' But, do the owuera look
out for themselves. Let's see.
While our bark, the (Jannet, is ly
ing at the mercy of the winds. Bailie
Brown (Bailie— magistrate), merchant
and shipowner in tbe western metrop
olis of Scotland, reaches his couutry
house and enter d bis private room.
Disencumbering himsell of what the
Scotch, in their vernacular, call his big
roiit, and unwinding snndry fold* of an
old fashioned, home knit cravat from
his mouth, be placed himself before
the glowing coal fife with evident
satisfaction. Catching a gU«r«
through the dsor of bis head book
keeper. Mr. Mcgnill. be ioqum>s Are
yon sure. Mr. McQuill, tbe policies on
the Gatr.et are aright f
•Oh yes, sir,' replied the b>okkeo; er.
•You remember we increased the
risk when that L-ndon vess l repo:t< d
lbe huriicare in the West Indira
•So w<» did: so we did,* replied Balie,
toasting his fingers at the fire. 'Sharp
cf the insurance, was asking if I beard
oueht »>* ber as w eime i«» the road
I tear sbe'a b' Davy Jones , as
th« sailors c*' it.'
•X think it rery likely, ecuoed Mc-
Quill Bow will Macwhiddls A
Sticker feel. They were heavy slup
SEATTLE, WASHINGTON TERRITORY, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, IS7S.
•Chiefly sugar; chiefly sugars: and ts
th-y figure just now in" the market 1
r ckon Mackwhiddel is as well pie tsod
with them at the bottom. It's an ill
wind that n i>jdy any gnid : ve
ken: be, he.'
He, he. from the clerc, alio adds:
liv the t y Bailie. now. it occurs to me,
the captain o' the tjacnct's wife. Mr?.
licDougall, wiil likely l»e here to
rn rrow for her monthly allo'mer.t.
Perhaps I better
Not pay it. interposed the Bailie, It's
tliree mouth', good, since that hur
ricane, and w«i micht overpay ber.
Ju»t so. ll id I better tell her of our
fetrs? inquired the bookkeeper.
Will, yea; it will prepare hcr.maybe;
I tirmly think myself she's a widow.
He believed sbo was, poor Mrs. Mc-
Dougall bad been feeling she was for
the last month, but rtrived hard not to
Where is my umbrella? I must go
over to the exchange, added the Bai
One moment, said XcQoill, interrupt
ing The revenue doctor, Fareface
called ye.»t r -rday after you were gone.
He says yon promised a five pound
subscription for school* for the freed
slaves. Am Ito give it to him ?
Pshaw ' bother bun and the slaves to
gether; tb»*ir freedom has ruined every
estate iu the West Indies. I declare,
ministers and woin»n are haith alike;
they are everlastingly botching up
some scheme or another ti waste siller,
answered the Bailie, adding in a lower
tone, not without a touch of humor:
You can let him have it though. I Re
lieve they ar* going to propo.e me for
an elder a.t the nest meeting «»' the
kirk session, so 'he subscription ye sec
is a bit teiit o' my sufficiency. Heigho!
the ministry of wealth.
But heaven all bountiful ever,
brought the (ianuet and her exhausted
crew safe in o port. About • fort
night after her arrival something akin
to the following appeared in the Week,
Last Sabath day three of the crew
of the Gdunet bark—which we report
ed, some two weeks ago as arriving
jury rigged and her crew in a starved
condition, their provisions having
given out--well on to half seas over
*'wi' the barley tree"—staggered into
tho Ilev, Dr Parker's church, and
seated themselves in a prominent pew.
They behaved tolerably well until the
commencement of the sermon, when
something tickled their fansv, ana
lliey laughed out'ight. Elder Boldie
went to them, and peremptoriy order
ed them to leave the church, an order
which tbey obeyed with as much ala
crity ax if on board of ship. It ap
peared, however, that they had each
deposited a penny piece in the collec*
tin plute at tho door on entering, and
they evidently reasoned that, deprived
of tt:e sermon, they were being defraud
ed of their money. The first sailor,
therefore, as bo passed the plate on
going out picks out his ' penny; the
second did the same, but the third, a
little more modest, perhaps, did not
pick up his, for which bis two ship*
mates so severely chaffed him outside,
that back be went for bis money. This
being perceived by Suuffy Jamie, tbe
old doorkeeper, he instantly snatched
up the plate and ran up the main
aisle towards the vestry door, at the
back of tho pulpit, followed by Jack
shouting: 'Heave to, there, you old
landlubber, till I get my shot. I'm
bio wed if you'll bave it for nothing,'
The sailer overhauled bim by the pul
pit stairs, took bis penny out of tbo
plat" and departed. There was natur
ally considerable excitement in the
kirk, and several started to their feet
to seize the intruder; but the minister,
who has a warm heart towards our set
bovs, cautioned them to keep still, say
ing: 'We are nil of us responsible tor
the condition of these men, aud, per
haps on the great day of account,
those who wallow in the mire of sensu
ality. clothed in purple and fine linen,
may find reason to envy those whose
nntoward lot in this lite condemned
them to seek enjoyment iu a roll in the
VI ItSt'Kl.lj ANEOUS
il the Head of Teller's Wharf, SEATTLE,
E*e»T variety of CVmwttiy Work executed In
Marble and all other Stone with neatneas and
Also, all kinds of Masons' Bull ding Material kept
for the oarket.
Also, agent for the sale of the San Jean Una.
All oilers promptly filled, and aattsfsetfoa swar
NOTICE IS IIEBEBY GIVEN
that the Tax List ot King County
and Special School Tax for the year
187S are now tlue and in my hands for
collection. T.» all taxes remaining un
paid on Decern oer l*t, 1878. ten par
cent, penalty will be added. Tax P*y _
era will please hand in their tnpartia
nr*. mad poll and road property tax
" O. D. HILL,
Sfnttle, August 19th, 1878.
Eoard and Lodging $5 per week.
HAVING A L\RGE FAMILY TO MAINTAIN,
and betog depea lent on oar patronage for
their (ooport. voold rtssect u IT solicit a gen
erou« 4hare of tbc nab'ic cujtom, a. : sario|C oar pat
rons tbat BO iiaioi wtll be 'pared to make our h <u»e
in ererr war tqaal in merit to any other bctue in
i he city
J. E CHRARD, Prop'r.
Seattle, Oc.\ lOb. 1878. oetlO dU
SECOND STREET, - SEATTLE, W. T.
This Hotel ia newly built, hard-finished, and
elegantly forntehed raonie in suits or single.
Board and Lodging per week from $4 to
$6, according to Boom>
This house is conducted on first-class princi
ples, and every attention will ba paid to patrons.
Baggage conveyed to and from the House free
N. LOCIS, Proprietor.
SO CHINAMEN HfPLOVU>.
GEO. WELSH, Proprietor.
SEATTLE. - W. T.
Board per day $1 00; per week, $5 00, M 00 and
$7 X), according to roam.
MEALS 25 CTB. BEDS 25 AND 5-1 CTS.
No Chinese Help
urn o or v, MJ
SEATTLE, W. T.,
BOARD AND LODGING AT
This is the Largest Hotel
North of San Francisco,
In all Respects.
FREE COACH TO AM FROM THE HOUSE.
JOHN COLLINS & CO.,
H » TP M Ms
Corner Commercial & Main Slm.,
Seattle, W. T.
THE NEW ENGLAND JRSSCn
and Its accommodations for famillea are anaui
Thia BOOM la NBWLY BUILT, la HABD FIJI.
IgHKD throughout, baa large and wall furnished
Roocsa, and Oral elaaa board, on the
can he had at awdanlii price*.
Best Hotel in the City.
L. G. HARMON,
EUREKA LODGING HOUSE.
Mill Street, opposite the Occidental.
Open All Xlglit.
Bed* 25 to 50 cent*
Special Rates bj the week.
The uudersigned. |who has bees engaged la
boat buildiag mm the bound for three years put,
(An hie aerrfcea to til peraoaa deal ring to pur
chase or build
Fast Sail Boats
Or say other work la his Una. Oood satisfaction
guaraatead at laaaaaabie prices.
mom S. SMTBOSH.
1 p. am t wn,
American and Swiss Watches
SILTERffARE AND CLOCKS.
OOOftS aK2« TO AST PA«T OK THE SOO'D C. O. D.
•y Wstch and Clock Repairing done ts usotl,
at moderate prices, and in a satisfactory manner,
at the old stand. Front Street, Be»ttle, W. T.
Tobaerw, t lvar*. Plpe<a,
Uraeerles, Kir., i:to„
Corn.-r of Mill and Commercial streets. oct23
| I.IS II HI ID FOR JJ
H Second-hand Clothing. H
B BLANKETS, 2|
2 j WATCHES AND JEWELRY. 1 2
m Commercial St., bet Washir.gt n and V
Main. Seattle. W. T. *
W. T. GRAHAM. GEO. VANIiIKE.
NEW PRODUCE STORE
The undersigned liave formed a co-p»rtn« rslilp
for the purpose of cirrjing on a lint-clans
It is onr Intention to keep on hand, and for
aaleat the lowest living rate*, ail kind* of Pro
dace, §uch aa
IJAT, FLOVJt, Ft-ED, VEGETA
BLES AND GRAIN.
We may be found on
At all times, read* to wait npon customers who
may favor aa witn their patronage.
GRAHAM & VANDIKE. *
Seattle, Ang. 3, lx*7. dtf
S. BAXTER & CD.
SOLE AGENTS for Weatern Waahingtoc for tba
California Farmers' Ha teal
Fire Insurance Association,
OFFER FOB SALE TO THE TRADE OWLY
Tennant'a Ala, plnta and quarts.
Baaa' Ala. plnta and quarta.
Galnaaa' Porter, plata and quarta.
Henneaaey Brandy, in oetavea, and 1, 2 and 3
atar in caaa.
Martell Brandy, in ocUTea, and 1,3 and 3 atar
Otard Dnpuy Brandy in octaves and caaa.
California Orape Brandy in oetavea.
Hootch WbUky. In caaa and bulk.
Irlah Whiaky, In <*iae and bulk.
GbampagDe—CUaa. Farre, in pint* and quaita;
Landaberger*a California, Imperial, and Private
Oovea, la plnta and qnarta.
Sharvy—Fineat Old Gulden. Old Oarvey and
California, in caaa and bulk.
Port—lmported and California, in caaa ar.d
BoArbon Whiaklea—Hotaliag'e genuine J. H.
Cutter, la eaae and bulk ; White House, Cniver.
aal. Miliar, etc., etc.
Tobaca>—Plug, Granulated and Umg Cat.
Cigars -The Lariat Stock and "eat Aaaortment
on Paget Boan£.
tf We are th« only houar la Waahingtoc Ter
ritory altipplng Furs direct to London, England
and are paying the higheat Caah Price*. Jaldaw
Omcx or Cm Tkxaktua, I
Seattle. July Ist, 187«. (
fpHC TAX LIST >OK TEC CITT OF SEATTLB
1 forth* year im. to mow in my and
doe. All taxes not paid on or before December
las, ITS. will be raffed dalloqaeot sad a per-
I" " si JOH* U. BLAKCHABD.
Jjluvtl CJtj TllMW*.
P. W. WUSTHOFF,
DEALER IX GENERAL
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY
' 9 s ! ss"
o « JS & es
—■ «a U o y
* *-• „ * 63* ®
as C, » ,j=» •*
o ' | UI 22 "*1
5P3 " gji
Guns, Rifles, Pistols, Ammunition, Fishng Tackle, Ac.
i Front Street, Seattle, W\ T. P. 0. Box 239.
I W. A. JENNINGS
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IX
Crockery and Glassware,
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
WINES and LIQUORS,
COMMERCIAL STREET, SEATTLE, W. T
J. R. BEAN,
forwarding and Commission
Will receive and sell ull kind* of Produce, and do a General Commission
PROMPT RETURNS MADE. CONSIGNMENTS SOLICITED
FRONT STREET, SEATTLE,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
And kMn constantly on kind
OH CITY Fill II HEAL RYE ML NBNUT FL9IB
Rio© Flour, and Feed.
Aim a mil Mlartd stock of
Crockerv, Glassware, & Table Cutlerv
Which they propose to Ml. cnaaper than any other house tn Seattle.
! FEON T HTHEL r. SEATTLE. W. T.
OLORE A W UNDER,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Tbe nimt c->-op1» «to.-k of lUBROBB,
PABLOB, K«KL ft I WINDOW 80AD18.
| CUAMBKR iff PIOTUR* MOFLDINO
tn Wellington Territory ' CARUUOKH.
Also. Fancy Cabtotl lnTflrat G'laaa fa'.
WOT, Parlor Bracks. altnra gtore, which «a
Wall Pockata, Bao W **P ric ****»»* n*f>
Commercial Street. South of New England Hotel.
CITY DRUGh STORE,
Harris St Attridp^e,
Wholesale and RetaiifDt-alera in
DRUGS, CHEMICALS 4 PATENT Mywintt
SEATTLE, WASHINGTON TERRITORY.
' QT Orckera by Mail or Ex proa* pronp.ly attenie 4 |to. jtl-dAwtl
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