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VOL. VII. THE IYFEI.LH»fi\('ER. Office-Front Street, Foot of Cherry. HATE 3 OF ADVERTIUISO : One *quar*, (on* Inch or K*»S;, l*t Insertion, f 1 00 Ev Ii gabaequent Insertion so K'-aJing notice* p«r Hue W By the year or quarter at reduced rmu«. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. .T. It. LEWIH, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Oi Kica - Batler'. Building, R'«on»a i *nd '>, Ntrftet, opposite Occidental Hotel. SEATTLE, WA3III.MOTOSI TEKItITOKV. 8. C. HYDE, Attorney and Counsellor at law SEATTLE, W. T. Ofll •<) ui, #r«i, »e»t Mil*. O. JACOBS, Attorney and Counsellor at law! OfUw in tmii lln/ form.rly occupl«-d by Larr.U;* A Itaniord. ii«»r Ocldeotal flotal. promptly attended to. N. O. -TSOVS. ton L»AJIT. STROVE & LEARY, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW HEATTLE, W. T. OlUo* '.u C.HMniHrcirtl Hlrwt, anriy apptlUi th - nlhi-o foriinrij *-cupieJ bj l»«.y. .2t-<Uwtf j UtVIXU BALLABI*. rrj.:N.:v vt'-Lvw, *F.vrfL2. wmi. rtu l.jt.Ti -it inn J. I> »patch Building. Oppo.ice UccldenUl Hotel. jtjiu McNaluhi. io»*eH F. MCSacuht. McNAIIUHT BROS. 1 AT l\»R\ K¥S - AT - LAW, d BATTLE, Vi . T.. Office in tl»« building formerly octuided by i MoNaught ft lAs%rj. C. U. LAUI<AI».K. C. H. HiMfoKii. LARRABEE & HANFORD, COUNSELLORS —AKI>— Attornevs - at - Law BKiTTLK, W. T. Ottl. n uu atairn In Coluiali'* Uulldliif. dii-dly IMi G.V. CALHOUN, *»oattlo, W. T. o.'tloe So. 1, Otipili'h Riitldlug, oppoalta Oocl duutal Hotel. QRS. A. & H. B. BAGLEY. HomtropathixtH, bKATTLK, W. T. i vK. 11. B. n.MJI.KY, I-ATK PROFKHHOR or 1/ Principle* and Practice of Hurgerr In the Michigan Oanlral Medical Oalle«e, will make o|>erattv* riurtfery ati«l Hufytetl • I}, an J will attoud lu calls In any part of the Hiand. DR. Q. A. WEED, SIiKOKOX AND PHYSICIAN, SEATTLE, W. T. Ofßeo H.nirs at offloe on Oommerclal atreet, i>v»r HarrU k Attrldgo'a Drug Blure, from 10 to 1. A.M., aud at reeldeuce. corner of lladlaon and tkuond attveU. frvui 1 to * r. *. DENTISTRY. J. c. ORAHHE, DKNTIBT,| OF floo orur 1.. P fluitth A Hot! -a Jewel v ry itiTu, S.illlvau's Bloi'l, Seattle, W. T. All work t. <ar»t tce£. job J. S. MAGGS X^ontlat, OFFICB'i MILL HTKKKT, • w over Ma I .lo and IlariiM* Htora. EAST OF OC CIDENTAL HOTEL. n«. MEDIf IL ELEfTRIfITV! 1 "LECTKIOnY. OF THE DIMKKKNT COM !'.» tduatlooa and for* re if ratloualljr applied, will cure tlie iuo»l atuU.ru caaee of CHRONIC DISEASES. d Ui Substantial* tlila 1 ulTvr to Ule caasra tijr malm-t If de»lrsd Office on Commercial street, opposite Schwa bachar's atore, Seattle, W. T. jeiii-jti H. ROAME, ClKtrlrlaa. —————» LOAN AND SAVINGS —ANI)— ABSTRAOT OFFICE Money Beceivod in turns of $5 and apwaidt and Loaned only on &m<Uu Mortgage Soennty. lutarvkt capable eemi annually. on Unit day a of January and July. We havt a OOMPLKTK A»BT*ACT OF TITLES lo ait lan da In Bes»t!e nnd King County, aud make a specialty of oouveyeneiiig and making abfetracta of tltla. Taiea paid for Bi>nreeidenta. Pre-emption aud HoutMtead paper* mide for aeUlere. MACKINTOSH i REEVES . lubi-dkwtf I . B. II VHKXKVt. MONEY EXCHANGE, Miil Sttni, opposite the 00l Stiver and tirr«obe»'k» bought and aold at the very lowest rale» of exchange. »|jk> OB aau TBE Choicest Brand* of Cigara ud Tobacco. Jal-dtf TIIE DIVORCE .HILL- A reporter of the San Francisco following account, showing the facilities for obtaining divorce by application to lawyers, who arc to Vie found in almost every large city, who make the divorce business a specialty : 'I suppose yon know why I have call ed ?' and the reporter. 'I am in search of a divorce, to be procured in the easi est. most quiet and expeditious man* ncr.' 'How long have you teen married ?' 'About four yearß.' 'Any children V 'Two.' 'What i» tbe tronble r Have y«.u any cau*e of complaint *' •Well, no,' answered the reporter, in a hehi'.atirig sort of way. 'To tell the truth, none.' 'Oh, your wife does not suit you—is that if' 'Well, y*s —partially; bit, to tell the truth of tbe mutter' —and here the le porter coughed as he thooght of the lie he wa» al>out to utter —'I have got a good wife and a good home, but I do not love her, and I do love another wo man. That's why I want a divorce. Do you understand V The other villain thought he did. 'lt would boa difficult rase to get through, but have yon nothing to complaiu of v " 'No, I have not. Wo have always lived happily, never had a crows word, and there lies the tronMe. It we had quarreled, why th> r»- migl.t b« some chance to get an application through.' Here tbe reporter thought that if thero was uny iuhti at all about the di vorce agent, hardened though lie might be, be would counsel an abandonment of such a base idea as that of a divorce from a loviog wife. But it soin became evident that the shyster before him was only too willing to assist in any vil lainy. 'Has she never called you any names or hurt your feelings in uny manner ?' 'No, she has not.' 'But, has t-he never called you any thing in even ujoking manner?' 'Well. yes. On one or two occasions she has said : 'Ob, you rascal." 'Alf, 111 ! CAI.LKH YOU A KA9GAL. That's good. Has «l»e ever iteen cold or indifferent to you ? N<>w, you must think of some tiuie when »»b« ha*.' •Wo'.l, there may have beeu times wlicn she wan too «-iigri>ased in some thing to be over affect innate.' •That's the talk. Now you are git ting something tangible.' 'Ye* ; but my wife will c >iue into court ami swear tint there ha* never been any difficulty between itnd I>3- «idf, we am living together still •That's #o. You will have to leave Iter and refuse to live with bor, or you can froud her out ot town, and then we can apply for the bill anil publish the summons in BOIII« olmcure weekly that she will never see, and in Ihut case you can take judgment by default.' •What paper do you generally adver tise your MUtiiiuons in *' in the Gulden Km, See, here ia * notice (showing the paper) that I will w.ig'T anything will never be seen by th» defendant.' 'Hut the modus operandi of procur ing the*c divorcps—are not the courts very strict *' •Some »)t them are, but you know that the Cise is never tried in court. ' The*evidence is taken before a commis sioner appointed for that purpose by the judge. He submits it ami his opinion of the case to the court, who reviews the evidence and decides the case. Now, I have a particular friend who ia generally appointed at my request by tbe District Court—that is the one I practice in—and he will be VERY LENIENT IN THE MATTER He will do anything to oblige ine.' 'Very well. Now I have an idea. Cannot the summons bo served at my bouse V 'Certainly, but then your wife will know about it.' • Ye*, but can I not see to it that she is absent and that tho summons is served on another who will personate her ?' 'That's a capital idea; tbe sheriff or bis deputy will then u<ak* an affidavit that the summons his been served, and the case will go by defiult.' •Yes; but when she discovers tbe fraud ir* •Well, that would not be for some tim«,' said the aerpent-like villain, 'and then it would not do hor a particle of good. We could prove that tho sum raona had bean served by the sheriff, who would be our best witness. He would t>e unable through lapse of time to tell whether she wrs the woman or nut, and be wonld naturally swear that she was the party who had received the •nmmona. At soon as you got the di vorce you can marry whom yon like and then leave your present wife ' The interview, which had l»een lengthy, finally ended by the "agent,, stating that he would have the com plaint reedy next day. Tbe tcrma for procuring the divorce would be $75, ♦4O down, and the balance when the decree was granted. Out of this he wonld pay court expenses, fee the com missioner and also fee the clerk of tbe court, who would see that the "cussed newspaper aien" did not get wind of the matter and publish the fact that tbe divorce had been granted. Promising to call the next day the reporter took his leave. At the appointed time he was again on band, and the complaint was ready for him. It was a remarka ble production, and atated things in a recklessly interesting manner that was the peculiar charm of the divorce fiend s character. THE .COMPLAINT. After reciting the fact of the mar riage the complaiut goes on to state: That a-tid defendant has been guilty of eatreme cruelty to plaintiff in the manner following: That ia to say by the infliction of worda aud acts auch aa to cause plaintiff grievous mental dis tri'ss, rendering life miserable iu the extreme and at times almoat unendura ble, using offensive language and giv ing names to plaintiff aoch aa rascaJ, and inany other epitheta not proper to be applied to a husband by • wife. SEATTLE, WASHINGTON TERRITORY, SATURDAY, JULY 26, 1579. That said defendant, without cause, i* guilty of extreme cruelty to plaintiff by tbe infliction of grievous mental sufferiog upon bioi by an incompatible indifference and want of afftction to wards him for a period of over two years last past prior to tbe commence ment of this action, which sai i jindiff erence and want of affection has been continually growing more incompatible between the parties, and defendant le;s inclined to affection for him, to such an extent a* to preclude tbe possibility of i the parties ever again living together in p-aee and harmony as hußbaad and wife. Toml lhi - complaint is made in good fui.b and siuoerity, to tbe end that jus t.ce may be done in the premises. I 'An laml to swe%r to all this ?' asked . the repoiter. 'How tan Ido it* It is all false*.' ONLY A LITTLE lOKMALITY, 'Oh,' answered the bureau man, *tb«t is only a little formality. The com pUint once filed, it will be an easy matter to get all the proof you need. You will only want one other witness beside yourself. The commissioner will not be particular, and by the arrange ment we will make there will be no defense.' Seeing that tbe sharper would not take 'No* for an answer, the reporter asked for time. He 'wanted to oonsnlt a friend and see if he was ruuning any risk in signing it,' be said. With this the sharper was perforce satisfied, and the reporter departed with the com plaint. Now th« whole truth wss out, the plan revealed by which an innocent, con tiding wife and two children were to have been cast adrift in the world bj a scoundrel of a husbaud, ai led by a villainous shyster who would hesitate at nothing. As the reporter was not the fortunuto possessor of a wife, and therefore needed uo divorce, he did not take advantage of the bureau. MJ-I'EI.LANEOUS. i 4*l OFFER'S roKm& FRENCH yfiw CATARRH CURE. A COLLECTION Of IIIKII-, KOOTS AND CUM? OF WONDERFUL CURATIVE PROPERTIES Biunknd lu • common clay pip* and In cigarette. Tltl # mtflual, common mum an J Kitntifle, rim e<tjr f.>r Catarrh ami it« xll.nl disorder* will commend list If to all «h" w II Ki'e it a moment's candid coo sUltratfon. II L» dlre-t lu ITS application to every part o( the dl-e ««■, ii llnimeot to a liurn or »alve to a sort. It oiieti* t!i>* air passage*, n|i»'N ca 1 arthal secre tions. allays indaiuiua'ion, and ban a remarkable ■outhint; and heilinir effect upon the mucous mem brane «l tlie no e, face and throat, aud bronchial Inhra. I' is plea -a tit to use, in»e« instant relief, and never falls to cure wh' u directions are faithfully followed. It 1< told in lb cms, also in cigarettes. Cam are f1; cigarette*. 50 its. If you cannot tt t J EFFER'S FRENCH CATARRH CURE at your drug store, or at tlie c»|t«r itjud), or-nd the pric; to tbe undersigned and it •ill lie sent to >o i by (nail Immediately. W. J. TUCKER, U California Btrce*, S* n F anchco, Cal., General Agent :or tbe Pacitlc Coatt. a<s <l*wly SEATTLE NURSERY, One mile east from Yesler's Wharf or the road to Lake Washington, FRUIT"TREES SHRUBBERY, AND HERBACEOUS PLANTS A Fins Collection of Small Fruits of all Kinds, And Two Varieties of PBAOBBB That are Sure to Rlp«n la this Climate. Tomato Plants !i ernU per dozen. Tabbatr Plants 2) fonts per hnodrtd. Orders Can be left at the Enreka!Bakery C. W. LAWTON. Proprietor. GO TO R. W. OSBOURNE FOR BOOTS AND SHOES The Cheapen* place ia Washington Territory none but the be*t of stock need. Working Boots made for |6; half-soled. 75 cte Float street, opposite SaUlvsa's block. ml-dtf NEW BOOT STORE A C W KOKMTKB. Hoot nnd pihoo Mnlter. AJ. Kind* of Boata Kid SLoaa aide to order Repairing d «e nettljr and at reasonable nIM. Only the brat ot Stock ujed A|l eoi k foir llral Whop wl(k DavM Kaafaaa, <ui mi rc ran itcisc. ali-dtt PIANO LESSONS. PL'PIUt WASTED. ! \ VOCNO LADY FROM TU CITY OW OTW J\ York attkM to take P*fi»e •• ttß Hmo. aha kaa enjoyed uwul advantages. la having the boat teacbar* that iba city afforded. and flat tin kiiaalf that aka *lll ba abta to (in atuafac • tton to parent* or guardians wko any few har villi fltir mlnmm. A* MOAAN« , iftk etieet. opposite CnlTsrtßty grw»»ds 8e • attl*. HOTELS, MARIETTA HOTEL La Conner, W. T. % MILTON B. COOK, Proprietor. TIIH FI'H.-'f I? NEW AMD SEWLY FfRSISHKD, GOOD ACCOMMODATION'S, With the Comforts of a Private House. The Tab?e will be fonn J atflO'pUonable. The bar ia furnished with the fine»t Wine*. Liquor* ISI Cigar*. It hk« a large well-fitted UII.LIARD HOO.n KurnleheU With the bekt nxfcKru Tables. Nothing will be left undone m cor effort* to make the gut'rtH comfortable. TERM* MODEKITE. njj wt* ly AMERICAN HOUSE E. C. EVERSIIAM,*Prop'r, Mill ntre*U • Nenttlc, W. T. THE BEST AND CHEAPEST HOUSE IRTCWR FOR A POOR lAR Five Tiekrligood for Brd or Board, Sold for *1 Single Bed*. 2"> and SO Cental; Hoard anil Lodg ings by the Week, $5 and ft. according to room, board by the Month, 20 to 26 dollars, ax per room. lia&age taken to and from the Hmw free of charge. luj'-dtf ORIENTAL HOT£L TEMPERANCE HOUSE, N, LOUIS, Proprietor. SECOND SIUEET, - SEATTLE, W. T. Thin Hotel in newly built, liard-ttutsbed, and elegantly furiili-hed reotus in suits or single. MEAL?, 25 CENT?; • LODGINGS,'2S CENTS Bo.rJ and by tU* \V« k very ieasonable. Thla house la conducted on ftrat-olaM j.rinel- Pl**. and every attention will be paid to patron*. baggage conveyed to and from the House free of charge, MO CBIKAMKM EMfLOTU. OCCIDENTAL mm:» r JP jtc MA SEATTLE, W. T., BOARD AND LODGING AT MODERATE KATES. This is the Largest Hotel North of San Francisco, Aud la FIRST-CLASS In all Respects. PEBE COACH TO AND FROM THE HOUSE. JOHN COLLINS & CO., jel PROPRIETORS. NEW ENGLAND mm MM HP mi m* Corner Commercial & Main Sts., Seattle, W. T. THE HEW EHGUHD SiSffi and Iti aceommodatlona for families ara uniui ThU BOOM U IfEWLT BUILT, la HARD FTN. tamtn throughout, baa larga and well farnlahad Intiin. and bit olaaa board, on Vk» European Plan* eaa ba had at modaraVi prlcaa. IT ■ H T H E Best Hotel in the City. L. C. HARMON, ml-if. Proprietor. Maison Doree RESTAURANT ! FRONT STREET, SEATTLE.; HORACE DOWNS, JCCCIMO* TO D4VID H. (IMTU, | HAS THE fLEASCRE OF ANXOrSCISG that hr Laa fitted up the abof* pl»<y. and kM o—Md H *» a fIMT CLASff UKSTAI'RANT La dirt and GtotlcmrD boarded by tb« d»jr or •ttkoatfc* MOST REASON ABLE TUMI Board per week $3 ttO Three Meal Ticket* for #1 00. At*>t FURNISHED ROOMS - Newly op jeJUf Moglt,y I OfFIOI. |l jOBBBMPITAL BOm> J MISCELLANEOUS. TO INTELLIGENCER PATRONS. AH moneys due the INTELLIGENCER for existing sub* riptions to either DAILY or WEEKLY are payable to S. L. Crawf >rd an i the undersigned alone, or to their order. Also, all moneys due for advertising in either DAILY or WEEKLY since the Ist of May. Payments made to anyuoc other than as here indicated are made at the risk of the person paying. TIIOS. W. PltOat'H, Business Manager. INTELLIGENCER Publishing Company. Seattle. May. 1879. S.BAXTER CO. IMPORTERS OF FORE I O*T Wines and Liquors, AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Domestic Wines, Liquors, Cigars, and Tobacco EXPORTERS OF Wool, llidoM, Far**. 4. rain. Po tatoes!. Hop*, Ac., ir. Offer for s»le to the tr.de only. »t Wholesale prices, to arrive per British Ship Golden O.fc., now due from Liverpool to San Francisco, and oth.r vewela to follow, in Bond or Duty paid: 100 Cases * Hennessy Brandy, 20 Cases ** * " 100 Cases * Marteil " 20 Cases Holland Bed Case [Gin, 50 Cases Fine Old Tom Qin ( 50Cask8 Guinness' Porter, quarts and pints, 50 Capks Bass' Pale Ale, quarts and pints, 10 Octayes Fine Old Marteil Brandy, 10 Octaves Fine Old Hennessy Brandy, 5 Octaves Holland Gin, 5 Octaves Fine Old Islay Scotch Whisk)*, Fine Old Port and Sherry Wines. Wc »Iho have constantly on hand a fnll line of fine OLD BolllbON WHISKIES and other DO MESTIC LLIJL'OItS which we offar to the trad* at San Francisco prices. for State Investment m«i Insurance Company—Fire and Ma rine. KMT AII 1.1 Mil El> 1H«0, L. REINIG, SEATTLE BAKERY, WUoiaaale an>l Retail Dealer ia J GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FRUIT, VEGETABLES, BREAD, CAKE, CRACKERS, ETC QooJa JellTurad to all parta of the city fre« of rhirga. FRESH BREAD DELIVERED EVERY MORNING! ST* Hot Bread and Brown Bread arary Sunday morning, mjV-dtf JACOB LEVY, Tailoring, Cleaning and Repairing CASH PAID FOR SECOND-HAND CLOTHING! BLANKETS- Watches and Jewel' y. Commercial Street, between Washington and Main, Seattle. W. T. BlfcUVtf 160 ACRES -OF— (HOKE LAND FOR SM 9ITCATED BETWEEN THE NORTH AND sOCTU PORK OF THE NKAVIT RIVER, Being thr 9E* of B<c. II Tp. 'j3 S, B 3 E: located on wbil u known a* Dry Siongh. A freeh water alou.h runa through it ta an ea«terly direction, and It m above high water. There la a lumber ' hou*e. a log cabm. and good hay chad on the tremix»; three acn-a of meadow, and flf'een acn-a or uorv alaahed and burned. Steamboat navigation at high tide. School within reaaon able distance. For farther particulars Inquire of the auW aeriber at Mokllteo, or to Thomaa Hay ton on the adjoining prtmiaee. my 6 dawtf M. H. FROST. LANDS! LANDS!! LANDS!!! rpHE CITIZENS OF WASHIXOTOX TERRI- I X tocy are laformed that I am selling Af- PPROTED SULDIEPJ ADDITIONAL HOME STEADS, at the ratea following: PI erne containing t*> and »*J acres each at $3 75 1 P« arr«. Forty acre pie. ee at 13 30 per acre. Kractione below forty acre* $3 75 per acre. All claima warranted and aatiafactlon guaraa . teed. Money to be remitted in advance. All my claima are certified by the Commlaeioner of the Oeoeral Land Office. J. THOHAM TI BXER. Attorney-at-Law and Gcaaral Claim AfMt, Comer Seventh and E Streetn, Northwest Waah tngtoo. D. C. al-dAwtf MISCELLANEOUS. W ADDELL & MILES WHOLESALE AND DETAIL DEALERS IX Ranges, Cook, Parlor and Box STOVES, Brass Goods, Pomps, Copper, Lead and Iron Pipe, Pipe Fittings, descriptions. Steam Whistles, Gongs, Steam and Water Gauges. Globe Valves, dec. Di MALEABLE IRON FITTINGS. PliiuthiiiK, Coppnr>Nmitliliiir, KTEAM AND GAM PITTING. Cnll mud examine the KHANfOM4 RA\UK j Ni n| >l* n.„l Double Ovr. |an Improvfinrnl over nil other*. Afr&.s tf>r th« Superior Stoves, ti»<' i>*»t aoid on th« Partite co»»t. ah uiat*« warranted not to crack by fir*. Flitvhacfc* warranted to lart five yo-.ru. ILL JOB WORK MKATLY MKiTI KD, AND OIPUS rU>V illlHD P«OMrTI T rlLl tP Mill Street, Seattle. W. T. V«» ■« DRI GOODS and CLOTHING -a r r- THE ARCADE BOYD, PONCIN & YOUNG, Front Btreet v Seattle, W. T. IrbS-dlf O-LORE & W UMBER, MANUFACTURERS OF AND DEALERS IN FURNITURE! TUe rnott cample *to<k of |H6BPA IIIKRORH, Alao. Fanoy Cahluetb In aPtrrt 01MM Fn/ War*, Parlor Bracketa.J^PJ^^ii^*" nlh,r " Hu>rl *> whtcb wu Wall at prlt-M tbat Mill Street, corner of Second, opposite Occidental Hotel. IS YOUR PROPERTY INSURED? IF NOT, WHY NOT? droHiv Jfn. iiiiii urcKE^uii, Agent for Seattle and Vicinity for the NORTH BRITISH * JIKRCAXTILK, of Ijoudon and The (JF.RMAN AJIERICAX, of New York. The riIIKMX, of Hartford. And the HOXi; of New Y«rk, INSURANCE COMPANIES. Fire Insurance on Dwelling)* and Furnitnre, Kto res aod Merchandise, (Iriiu Mill*, Manufacture*, Ac. at moderate rate*. JOHN M. BLANCHARD. It evident Agent Seattle, W. T. novl-dlf (U'CCBMOa TO MtXII'GHT A LKABT.) SAMUEL K JE3 3Sr3SrE"5r, JMKIICIKAIIT EiO U HAS ON HAND A CIIOIOK ABETMENT Or GENTS' SUITS AND FURNISHING GOODS. ALSO B»oti, Mhocn, Brofana, Kulihrr CiooUa, Ladim' aauil Uallcri, And In coaMctioa therewith a One aaeortment of Foreign and Domeetlc Caaalmaraa, DoeaUo* Beavera, he., which ha will make to order at Llr'ug Bate*. COMMERCIAL STREET. SEATTLE, at tbk Oli> 9t»*i> or Cilmoai k Cixal j,S.Uf T. COLLIER, 0. SOIULLK9TAD. UNDERTAKERS rfAVE THE LAKGET AND MOST COMPLETE LTOCK or UNDERTAKER S GOODS I* TBI CUT. t'aakeu and C )Bn« fnrniiUd ai rea-cuiMe price* ar.J on tbort nolic Hearae farnißbad a ad Jtrrir. ■ rendered at fancralf at the lowr-t raiet. <ALCB Ri otf—( BKBBT .-T»BBT, ?«*TTL«. dawtf FUEL FOR SOUND STEAMERS. SEATTLE NUT COAL At $2 Per Ton, DEI.IVKHKD ON BOARD WITHOUT A MOMENT'S DELAY PROM BL'.NKEKH ESPECIALLY CON.'TRL'CTED TO ACCOMMO DATE SOUND HTKAMEK*. 3«»e tlaac and meaey by fetllnd*uur| fuel ol the 1.0. AT. C«. Bt !*raule.; uctSMtf NOTICE TO THE TRAVELING PUBLIC David mokkis havino hkoured a Cereri*U Carriage*, la prepar»d to rutin ordora and to wait on the arrival of boat* for pan aengera, or to be at any part of the city at aiij hour wbf.n ordered. Careful Driver and Oood Homes. Price to or fr*ui any part of tha oily to the >«>ata, So O nta p«r paaeenti' r. Price per hour. One Dollar. Alao dx-a general Kipreaa, Dray and Truck 1/ua iMas. Orders left at Ja:k LeTy'a promptly attended to. janl7.dtf T. THOMPSON, PRACTICAL JRUNMAKER, COMMERCIAL 9TKKKT, OPPOSITE JENSINOH", •UTTU, V. *. NEW WORK MADE TO ORDEB.-EEPAIIW log of »ll dewripttoaa HMli done. tujU NO. 41. Tinware, Japanned and Marbl'z'd Ironwaie Kitchen Utensils or all mjr.'H-dawtf