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VOL. VIII. THE INTELLMiENCEK. Office—Front Street, Foot of Cherry. BATES or ADVESTUIKO One }ncb orless). Ist Insertion. Si SO kfltdlai DO(UM ptf llna.e.e 23 9f ||M yair or qoartar at nlmd rata®. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. O. JACOBS, Attorney and Counsellor at law Oflae la batldlag formerly unualaS by Larrafeea B Haoford. near Oecldaatel Hotel. Bualneas promptly attended to. iAMSa Uußaookt. ioaar A T. Kcßac obt. McNAIIGIIT BKOB. ATTORNEYS • AT- LAW, SEATTLE, W. T., Ofltoe ia Sqalrs'a Opera Bonse, ap Mstrs. IRVING BALLARD, Attorney-at- La w. PBOSSOSTtBO ATTOBBET Tllinu JUDICIAL . Durraior. OAoe on Commercial Struct. Best door to Sahwabeeber Bros, a Oo.li, ap italra. aIS-d C. K. JENNER, Counselor ood Attorney at Law, Will prwtlM ia all tbe Court* of Weebl.gton Territory. OOce erttb JaJge Jeeoba. oa Jemee blreet. » eettle, «. T. oltdW ■1 a. oreevs. Mssutsr. ST&U7E & LEAKY, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW SEATTLE. W. T. OITIOK OPPOSITE SQCIBE'B OPEBA HOUSE. Ifr Learjr ts s Votary PubNe sad Oosmteeioaer of Deedr for Oreton and California. Iftvtf. 8. C. HYDE, Attorney and Counsellor ot Low BBATTLE, W. T. OAn oil Ooiaaterciel Street, went side. Dr. D. W. STARKEY, Homeopathic PHYSICIAN AND SUROEON, PBOST STREET, Oppoelte Sullivan Block, Seetlle. W. T. DR. E. Le SMITH. OrriCß-Ctlmee'e Balldlag, eor. Hill M Ceetaenlal Slmu Offlca Bonn, I to ft r. m . Besidesee on Third Street neat borne neith of Episcopal Obureb. OR. Q. A. WEED, «UKtiKo2i AND PHYBICIAN, .OJUTTLB, W. T. 4 SuHimk'a Blo*k, *p Shirt. OSM UOM from 10 A. ■. to S r. M., iad 8 to «M» : ORS. ». & H. B. BUGLET, . ih mujnuMiti, • i v V» !»**♦*••' *' fegf I IIATTLB, W. T. • |K. a. B. BAOLR. IATB PBOFBBSOB OF "i* *' ■ ■ ■ « ■ ■■■ —» —*—ii TL DR. Ht A>< GALE, OFFICE IN SQUIRE'S OPERA MOUSE. *OUM-r to tl A. K„ I TO I P. 7 TO • k«L *—ld »pcf th> Mint. m\Uh ELECTRIIiTY! or m Drrrnuorr OOK. L*. « «««aaa»y wim. CHRONIO DIIIAKS. OIAm o« OMWtHtI iliwt. opposite teikirt Man, MU<, V. T. DENTISTRV. £2AD«. t. auuiW. dbttot, or- Arthur «QYLE, A.BCH.ITBOT. OFFICB OCCIDENTAL HOTBL ' I RUMMY LODGE NO. UP. MAJVONXC HALL. — -"asur mmJmT T*3L°? D » 3 *iawp TUM tocbd AM or. •wsftsesaasr .!_ %*»*%? %| ?! S'F - fll TBB CLUttCA vr 1 ''' '' '' ■** t MISCELLANEOUS FRENCH LAUNDRY OB Main Btreet v Near Flrat, Back of United States Hotel. Flirting, Polishing. Lace Washing u< Fam ily Werfc ol all Description. Tim reaaonable. Flavier Vacheux. THE ELECTBO-HABMETIC SOLE. LATELY HVBTP-U SAID TO EXCEL all rMMdtes yet kaown for tba complete MN«f ll«aa*lt«. Thry km kM« known to can ite dmaaee itw after Ukw bam eeatert for many ;«n. Paralyafe and n erratic aftctiona yield to their treatment. and pmoni luTlnx cold feat will Sad tkli difflcclty alleviated by tba aaa af tba KLEOTKO-KAOVXTIC BULK. Foe aalo at tbe Dnu Store of BBLLT k TOUSO. Authorised A(ente for Paget Baand, at the low prloe of ILDO per pair. Mat by wil to say addraaa. pdif COAL TAB COAL TAB IB ABT QCABTITT FOB BALI AT A 6REAT REDUCTION ov ' *»' ,i > :%t ; v; San Francisco Price. Apply at Works of iVkdtf SEATTLE OAS LIQBT 00 m. HAHiin Second-hand Clothes Made New By Ike Steam Oteaaatac Proeeee. for lediee an* gentlemen. PANTS MADE TO OUDEB OP ORISON CITY 8000S VERY CHEAP. TAILOHIBO, OIXUIINa k BKPAIBIBO Dane at Bedrock Pricee. Call end examine my |owliend price*. SEOONDIHN'L> Ct.OTHES UOUOUT, HOLD OB EXCHANGED. tf Shop In Balldlng formerly occupied by H. Joaee. en Mill Street. S. HARRIS. FOUNTAIN BEER HALL Frnt St. icxt to forth Pacific Brewrry. THE CbLCBBATED Schmieg's Lager Beer on Tap eeee I» ear IT. ledwebir la (taarti and Plnti. jalldtf PBED. OAPCH, Proprietor; PU6ET FOUNDRY ! WHITE ft TENNY iBCOCBSBOBS TO t. r. ft T. WILSOB. fJWDS Ordere eM Soldiers' Additional Homestead Warrants. A PPBOTBD M OB 00 ACBB TBAOTS OB xl fraeMt>aso( aapdeastaOaetten. which are imtlOri So by tb. OManitsaioaer of tbe aanerel UsOOSee, ead which are eabject to loeetlon wltboet eotttaeaeat. furnished at short notice, and located withont extra charge. WK. rAMBBOV. dMßwtf Dealer la all (Bsassa et Scrip. t. BTILL, Updacape Gardener, Taxi* iemlat, Tree Praner, Ae. Work NIWM aad atliMltß (WiiMA\ RESIDENCE—LAKE UNION. SOLDIERS' ADDITIONAL HBMRSTRAD WARRANTS. Amono m. an un> pao ACRI rmcn wfcteh in MtttSad by U»« ftaoMwe ot U* OMnl LH4 OBM *• ■••■ la*. u4 wtlefc an oaklMt to laaattoa wtthwl miiwal.fi> ilOiUiamwito. Ayptyto JOB* LBABT, illwwj at law, s— itii. w. T.. lag, a. iara. atodAwt* CUNSMITHINC I RATI uvuTvinamf TO Commercial Htroot, Wkm I w pri»iw< to do At hat of work la 1 Maa at ta» abtat aoma. al-AAw L. NEUMAN. Aguey (TmmmHW) Seattle. ottMnnumDiw ROUGH AID DRESSED LIBBER. LATHS ■umwSaKn* c*. Jff" «»i2SSw. MARYLAND HOUSE La Conner, W. T. JtfflH JbOLOnf, SEATTLE, WASHINGTON TERRITORY, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1880. Tom Darcey, a young man, had grown to be a raij hard on. At heart he might have barn all right if hie bead and will had been all right; bat these being wrong, the whole machine was going to tbe bad very fast, though there w«re times when tbe heart felt something of its old truthful yearn irgs Tom had lost bis place as fore man in tba great machine sbop and what money be*now earned caasa from odd jobs of tinkering 'which be was able to rt > here and there It private bouses. One day Torn had a job to mend a brcken sewing machine and reaper, for which ha received five dollars, aod on the following morning be started ont to his old village tavern. He know that bis wife needed tbe money, and that h!s two little children ware ia absolute suffering from want af Olath* ing: and tb*t moruiugtoabeldfc debate with the better pari of himself bat the etherparhbad become very Weekend «bakv. anatbe demon of appetite car ried the dsy. It was late at night, almost midnight when the landlord's wife oame into the barroom to sea what kept her husband op, and sbe quickly saw Tom. •Peter,' Mid the, net in a plfipt t mood, 'why don't yon send tbat lifeer* able Tom D.iroey bouts? Ho'a been hanging uround here long enough.' Tom's stupefaction was not seam) sleep. Thn dead oonja bad (eft bis brain and the calling of bis name stung bit sense* tqkeen attention. . . A *Why ddnt yon send *hfm besrtj 'r* demanded Mrs Tinder, with afnapo* tient stamp of tbe fsni 'Hush, Betsey I He's got money. J>t bin be and he'll be sura to speed it before be goes home. I'll have th 4 k»ru»l o| th ant and his wife may hate tbe busk.' With a »niCFand t snap Betsey turn* ad away. «ud shortly afterward Torn Darcey lilted himself ap an hifl elbow. 'Ah. Toot, ere yon awake T •Yes.' 'Than r. u»e up and bare a wane glasy." T<>in giil upon bis feet aud steadied himMf. •No, I'tter.T won't drink any mere! tonight.' i •It won't hurt yoa—just a glee*?-: 'I know it won't,' said Tom, button* iug up bis coat by tbe ouly solitary but* ton left. *1 know it won't.' And with thin hp went out > n to the chill-sir of midnight, wben'hehed got away from tka abad»w of the t*T eru he stopped end looked op at the stars, sad then he looked down upoa tbe earth. 'Aye.' ho. muttered, grinding his heel in tbe gravel. 'Peter Tinder is taking tbe kernel, and leaving poor UOBtlo worthless busk—a busk mora than worthless I and I helping hiss to do it. I am robbing my wile of joy, robbing myself if lore and life—just that Peter Tiader may have the kernel and Helen the husk! Well see.' 'We'll sec!' he repeated, setting his foot firmly upon tbe ground and then ha wended hie way homeward. .On. tbe Jollowiog morning be said to 'EUew. base you aay coffee in the house ?' •Yes, Tom.' She did not tall him that her sister bad Kiven it to her. She was glad to hear for ooffee instead of the old. 'old cider. . ■I wish yon woctd make me a cup, geod and strong.' r ! Tout drank two eupe of tha Iragrant coffee, and than went 9Ut— I went oat with n resolute stop, walked straight to tha great ananOCat* tory, wbere be fonml Mr Scott ia the offioe. 'Mr Scott, I waat to lean my trad* over agaia.' •Eh, Tom! What dojrou mean f TFmein that Tom Mph tha psxtaad hoping to'dbrnftot fn the future.' Tom,' cried the maoafaetnrsr, stark* iog forward and nuyiof hb band, 'are you ia earnest' la it ffelly the old Tom ?' 'lt'lt what's left of hiss, sir; aad we'll have him «bol« and stroag Tory soon, if yooU only +&WOMm. 9 'Work? aye, Tom, and bleseyoo, too! Tbore is in engine to be sot up Coioe • Boott, as be came into the testing boast and foead tba wr>wa ihad/ part ' * 1o *n~rt% ■ *M!» all right, sir. TwiafiKa to* lrteMet'Tri*ootfttK*«l •Odd Weea 1M! Tott Ml know 'Khf'iMdtnirMW At tha littla ooktaga Ellen Daicfn's flauariy dar steak; aad all dsj lose a raj el light had been dsartag aad *!■■» lag before b«r-s ray traN the bftaasad light of othot days With pcarsr and hope ibe bad sal ea? the Mb and waited, bat the sen went doerasai no 2HsgaKSSSfIBS after >11? Hark! The old slept Quirk, etroag. eager forbooaa. TiKlt wm Teas, with the oM jrime imlUMi- pllM odor of oil atta-.bsd to his garments. Tbarahopt yea wtUiag. HoUia.' -Teas r •I dida't n«u to. bat tbe work hang oaf ,*.-"»»? "p Tea. To*. Tea hsTe baai lb the old shop.' ONLY A HTW. 'Tee, and Tm to have the old place, and-' •Oh. Tom! 1 And she thxaw her arms arooad his neck and covered bis face with kisses. 'Nellie, darling, wait a little and you shall have the old Tom back again.' 'Oh Tom, I've got him now—bless him! bless him! My own Tom, my hasbaad,.my darling!' And then Tom Darcey realised the foil power and blessing of a woman's lore. It wea a banquet of the gods, was that sapper—of the household gods all restored—with the bright angels of peace and love and joy spreading their .bp over the feast QVBBB HAPPBNINCB HEBE AND THEBE. At Lake Oeorge. N Y, the winter has bfcea ao mild that large flocks of robins and yellow birds still remain in the woods. Mr Delancey of Delancej's Corners, nftttSsrßtis and its wings and tml drag npon tbi grooad. W ti Hathaway lost a valuable hound over a yeer ago, while banting in Mad ison oonnty, NT. While banting ia the same region, a few days ago, tbe dog rejoined tbe pack and oontinued "the chsse. *3 I f : v . A singular toit has been settled by advioe of the esagistrate in London, Ontario. Two ehnms slept together. One kieked the other oat of bed during hi* sleeps oo(d the one kicked seed for a>sealt and battery. At k Hi» Jersay Method iat lnp jmr party in Midland Park tha chief attrac ttan wvanaaettas adeof ladies. The My told «u to sesompaay tbe pnr obaaer to tapper. As low eleven oenU »H paii) for tbie pleasure. Tbe for payment of iutereat iui tke ahurab debt. In tbi Supreme Court in Aubnrn. N Y» bea just baeu tried Iki suit of Mre Electa R Wiloe* against her hatband, Harnr J Wiloox. to raoever SIOOO which she alleged he agreed te pej her if aha woold marry him. which sbs did io Port tlyrea ia 1877. The jory returned a verdict of 91154 99 in her favor. Tbe plaintiff is 50 ted the defend ant 74 years old. Wnt Levers and his four torn wers employed by the Central Railroad ef New Jersey, beginning three ysars ego. John was killed two /ears ago by an ( Occident near Plainfleld; a little later William loet both of bis feet by a train; one month ago Charles brake his leg; and the other, who is employed at tbe .Bergen Point depot, is eovered with Mats from aooidenta in the discbarge of ,«s doty. On Toetday the father was buried, having disd of oonanmption contracted while ia the dissbsrge of his datias. MISCELLANEOUS. f . * * King of the Blood P"*** *# s 9f t "^! m jftfthmni *»»w*ww—lN THni oiitoMNd.. miiimini M ■pceiiy ill, M the lafmtMn pwNtrathM MUM*; bat Halt Mkmm ftmplu, Uleft, tawi Wn, MM|ia SCROFULA. ■~s* f|»v «...'• it .. ftaAqftltotef BUaftasss. D. lumi, So* A Co.: to U>« I— iflt of •> wtu BewfaU or Imgw MpM teJSMr fhara bM trolkUd wiU> Bar«fuU*« tk* paatta* S^At.r£2JSSiSJE3V.!Z3 IMinimi WUBMIIIIII »|U ImMiJMI Wf 5*J i aup. a. wauSSSHiMatate.y.T. r ; nj jj P * * ' *' * ' .XbiXicndtemta. . wySStw£lttySiyp» fgyn i?r *■ ilwi A -, f » *»A»U - * « T%aBSffISiSSJSK2h2 AKi wu|||W» .IKBABS" "* Bsttdflßflk <or.>'? - « • T ■■■ ri SS®Bmjr .... * fctoMh m wg "wotlC£ MmMiMtib MtM^aitiaitf i tu Horn Boring ||^&ssm£&s •MM IV ■HMffT. .o™ *.>'.Ubrj MISCELLANEOUS. bML p. Dealers ia all fyyyo kina «r p«di bdv beat quality. L. P. SMITH §J*. & soN.^pa WATCHMAKERS --AKP-- JEWELERSj Sullivan's Block, Front St. Soattlo Particular attention given te Repalrlug Watches. Clocks, and Jewelry, AID ALL WOII UAUITSD. Relatlal and ether Koala made to ardor. flealtlt, April 7,1819. aS-dtf PROBATE NOTICE. In THE PBOBATE OOtJBT OB EIXO OOUHTY, Waablagtoa Territory. matter of tbe eatate of Jamas Oreea. da- Ob reading and tllng the petition of Bichard t'Mw Hetchlnaon. the executor of the lent will aad Muiit of Jim Onu, Ammml, aattlng forth that Mid aetata to la • peeper madltloa to boeloaed. aad that a portion of Mid aetata ie> malnai to bo MriiMl to the legatee and dertoee ■awad in aaid will. Mow, therefore. It ia ordered by thia Ooart tbat all peraoaa Interacted in the eetate of aaid Jaaeae Oreeo, deoeaaed, be » d appear before aaid Pro beta Oonit. la the City of Seattle, in aaid King oounty, om Saturday, tlie 14th day of D. 1880. at tan (10) o'clock a. h., then and there toahoweaeae.lt any there be, why an enter of dtotrl button ehonld not be art, it the reaidue to the legatee and deirtoee named In aaid will. And It to farther ordered by the Court that a copy of thia order be publtohad onaeawaek for toy anceeealTe weaka before aaid 14th day of Fe ternary, A. D. 1880, in Tn Wibxly Iraui enaßß.a newepeper printed aad pohllahed In aaid King county, and of. genml circolatioei la aaid eovnty and Territory. Dooe In open Oonrt thia 10th day of Jan nary, A. D. 1880. THOMAS BOTtU, Judge of the Probate Ooart. TK&KITOBT Of WASHIHQTOX,! M Oonnty of King, J **• I, Thonaaa Bnrke, Judge and ex-offieio (Berk ef the Probata Oeeil ef Stag eoonty, Waahlngtoa Territory, do hereby eartlfy that the foregoing la a true and comet copy of aa order thia day duly audo by aaid Probate Court and entered upon the reoorde thereof. • In witneaa whereof I hare hereunto aet . . > my hand and afixed the aeal of aaid Ooart ) thia 10th day of January, A. D. 1880. THOMAS BURKS. Wje aad ex-offlclo Clerk of tho Probata Ooart JIT* of King oonnty, Waahlngton Territory. SNOHOMISH EXCHANGE luao Catbcart, Proprietor, SHOHOMISH C»Tr. W. T. Irery eSbrt will be made to malatale the rep. tetloa acquired by thto Hotel aa the Best Hotel ia flnohwish County, aad the Oleaoest kspt Honas inlWashington Ter'y The Table will be enppltod with the beat tha Bwrwlllbe with Srat-aiaaa , aiwtf ttAAO CATHOAB# MEAT MARKETS. CHICAGO MARKET FRONT 8T n BEATTLS. FRESH IRQ SALT MEATS ALWAYS OK BilP. VlmlMiNßHlUalMi mitf Ouu A OliMt bubfi BBBIF! KITS. IBETMUBjnSk flMflHin. J MSMtf R.MIK. M. DENBMORE MJUID FIEW AMD SALTED HEATS ' ' ' V GROCERIES Tobaooo «md Cigars. , v.Lv*" ■- : - i ri MISCELLANEOUS. W.K. Jons. w „„ *OBT. KcOOKB. STAR MILLS, SEATTLE, W. T. JONES & M c COMB, mancvactcuxs or Choice Flour, Barley and Oats Gronnd. AUktaditfFwdM hud. And Soldat Market Price*. 1 Ond« of rimu mU at WHOLXSALB and BITAIL chaapor tfcaa It oaa bo ahlppad fK» _ S IVE J? OME INDUSTRY a TRIAL. w * riow a»d raod to any part of tha city ft*o of chare*. o. w. OOVE. * T. 6. WILSON. OOVI * WILSON, COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND IDKALEBB IN All Kinds of Produce, Hay, Grain, Flour, Feed, Etc, Yealer'a Wharf; MeatUe, W. X, CITT DRUG STORE, Geo. W. Harris & PURE AND FRESH DRUGS. Particular AttraUu Paid ta Oiden. • o*m+w tt WADDELL & MILES WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN Ranges, Cook, Parlor aid Box STO v B s, Bra** lilHrili 11 Tinwan, Goods, . p Japtnntd r .** W '* 4 Ironirare Iro ° f>ipe ' Pffctn ' Utentlli Steam Whittles, Gongs, Steam and Water Ganges. Globe Val?ee, &o* MALLEABLE IRON FITTINGS. Plnnblnflr, CoppflHimlthlag, HTEAM AND OAS FITTING. Call mm* tuadao Iko tojte mm* Doiklo Ora I mi A«oataforUiooalafentodSuperior Stove*, **•boatoaMoa tkoPaolOoOoatf. Allptaiaa timiM B»i ti onek ky flf*. nra-kaoka wamntod to laat ftva 70010. Mill Street* Seattle. W. T. ■IMH« THE (WEST PLACE TO TttUE. IM AT SCEWABACHER BROS. & CO.S SCHWABACHXB BROS. * CO. SEATTLE NURSERY, Om mil* aatt from Yealer'a Wharf op the road to Lain Washington FRUIT"TREES .SHRUBBERY, HERBACEOUS PL*UTS a Wa»ortlMtH« tt Small Ftarits of all Kinds, AaA PBAOHBM IffUTUn, 1 TBABOLD.WnBIM. AifUTßn.tasiaamoLD.«imiM. mi mo, a Tiaa old. aa ram m Ordua Oan ba left at Um Euaka Bakery 0. W. LAWTOK. Propriator. WOOD CAMP. Chicago Market Paur NHWwd OWnawifcrlfJO pnr Owtfi «Mrt Wood 14 pgr prOord «W far. V. STCWAKT. Dr. SPimil, NO. 11 KBARMY ITMIT, YOUNG MEN ESS *mamm immmmttT. M, •1011 «fll |*mMn M ri> asSCTgttttSuraag axwtafff.ffrgna.'&Mßi tssnsixsztsatmff: snss wisssttess^Ss if >» ww. itrt to ttiMMti atoatal mS> Dr. I.mil OK. arononr * cow jraawiy U 12* i LOAN AND SAYINGS * t * * * •* ABSTRACT ORIOB . W AWjyWBMf "*^ linil "Ts3fiisf^ ;-rTr!T^•"• T nr NO. 62.