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IHE DAILY INTELLIGENCER.
VOL. VIII.
IUE IXTELLHiEMEK.
Office—Front Street, Fee* of Cherry.
RATES or ADVEBTMISG
MlaMtloa.lt 00
each luWquent laaanloa JJ
SMdto« notye* .. »
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
4 AMU MoIACOfIT, fours T. McHamii.
McXAUGBT BROS.
amimikf-uh;
SB ATTLE, W.
onus. la fqainr» Opara Hooaa, up Salsa.
IRVING BALLARD,
AttornepaMLnwr
PBOSEOSTINA ATTOBHET TOIBU JUDICIAL
DISTRICT.
Offlc® on Commercial Mrwt, Mil door »•
Bebwahecfc.r liroi, * Co.'a, up Main. oIS-d
C. K. JINNMj ~ ' ■
Counselor aid Attorney at law,
WUI pratUo* Is aU the Ctowts o i WmbimgUm I
Twrltatf. I
OflN with J wig* Jaeoba, oa Juu* Rtrcot,
fcaaltla, W. T. 011-dW
i. . ; .. i .»
*
e. a. trwn. Mae uuw.
. STROVE & LEAKY,
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW
SEATTLE. W. T.
orriOß OPPOSITE SQCIBB'S OPEBA HOUSE.
Mr. Uwj la a Notary Public and Oomnlaaioaar
ef l>aada for Osssoa aatf Oallfcrala. dßwtf.
S. C. HYDE,
Attorney and Counsellor it Law
SEATTLE, W. T.
OSes on Oomatarclal Stisst. mat side.
O, JACOBS,
Attorney and Counsellor at las
OSm la bnlldlas formerly occupied by Lairabss
S flaaford. asar Oeeldeatal Hotel. Boslsms
»rumptljr attondad to.
Dr. D, W. STARKEY,
Homeopathic
PHYSICIAN AM SttRiEON,
noxr STRUT,
Oppuslts Sullivan Block, Ssattta. W. T.
DR. E. la. SMITH.
OPVloa>osbaM'. BalUlag, ear. Mill
sat Cwamnlal SImU
OSka hoars, t to B r. m.
Ssildaa*. oa Third Mmt nut huoM aortk of
Beissopal Church.
OR. G. A. WEED,
•lUBUBOS AHA PHYSICIAN,
BBATTLB W. T.
SnUiixm'* Stock, up Stain.
_ OflUa KaM dram to a. m. to a ».«., sad •to
Vs.*.
ORS. *. X H. B. BAGLEY.
SBATTLB. W. T.
isatßassssss
rsF srsarrtssr^acE.
S°aa#i (tl
Wa.H.ioAIJS,
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OFFICE M SQVMRS RA NOHSL
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r. M.
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OHNTISTHV:
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f«r * aea* OMHM
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ARCHITECT M» mil.
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ARCHITECT.
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ALRGTEJ* aw —atflyto-,
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MIBGELL A N* EOUS
FRENCH LAUNDRY
OH
Main Street, Near First,
Back of Cattad SUUa Hotel.
Flatlaf, Relishing, Lacs WaUiieg sad Faw
ny Work el all Dsscriptiee.
4MB Flavler Vaoheux.
THE ELECTmmagTIC SHE
T AT AT TO EXCEL
Li all nassiMaa yet toaw tor iktewrUk
wwofHwaartia. Tkaj ktva baa fawn to
rare the dtaaaae m* after II fcaa ba» aaatad for
nsr yaari. Paralyau and natron* aCactiona
j laid totMi
agwMsfae PMM S*I«I. el Iha low price of HSO
, psepair,sssafef ■<!> laser aMiesa. ffdtf
ibenl'littd Clothes Made New
I
I By Dm Sum Clturiai troemm. fur lidin Md
PAIfTS MADE TO OKDEB OF
OIiOOM pin BOOM VEEJT CHOP.
TAIUWna. OLBAHIHO * BEPAIBIHO
Dona at Bedrock Pilaaa. Call aad asamlaa my
fooda and prleaa.
SECOBD-HAHD CLOTHES BOPOHT, BOLD OB
EXOHABOBD.
SET' Sheila Balldlog formerly occaplad by H.
8. HARRIS.
FOUNTAIN BEER HALL
tint M. ant (• IHrlk Ndfie Brewrry.
TBI CtLKBBATKD
Sehmieg'e Lager Beer on Tap
MS Ml VST IT.
SwtiMU«r la 4«art« and Pint*.
JslMtf ntBD. OAfCn, Fr.pri.tor.
PUBET FOUNDRY !
WHITE * TENNY
taaooMona to ». r. a t. wuoa.
\ ll ran* or anon amp mam cast*
1 Ottenftw all bsSDaA
«nhnawHa«—««Sdaasa*sß« mw iw
Soldiers' Additional
Homestead Warrants.
APPBOTKD 40 OB M A CUE TRACTS OB
frootioao of lajtamalMltoi, wklekm
O«UM to by UM OWIMIIHI* at tho Qtuni
Lh4Mn, h4 whlok an oabjort to locottoa
without trtlnii. fwtliM tt abort aoMto,
ml laeiM wttboat Mtn p>m«.
WM. JAMMOB.
ilMwtf Doalav la all CIMOM of aotlp.
E. STILL,
Laaiaeape Gardeaer. Tail*
ieralat, Tree Prmner, Ac.
«WL LPUFLM® LOCI HIIMMIIM |HTDVIM«
Bjfuun 0. W. Lwrtta.
. RESIDCNCK-LAKC UNION.
CUNBMITHINO
I IAVI IMUMN aaor 10
Commercial Htreet,
ttwlw p>aaanJ to do tbo M of work la
mj U— H UM abart>l aoMco.
>!■«» L. NEUMAN.
SOLDIERS' ADDITIONAL
HINWRIIVAKKUim
A^imm 0 |tia A«m« wacaa
of tta aiaiiiflM* OAea m initM, ul ntek
aaa ntfia to Mka «UkHl »iyu—>. (»
illaiM|4t.U«.
BaaHli. W. V.. Am*. 9. 18 H. tiettvW
Agaacf (Tawai BHD Slitfll
FOB tlx KIVM or v
ROICH AM fffffffg LBBKR. UTHS
MHomiiMkr
IAXBOI, Aonaaoiaco.
JBF' •■ fcW iS?2Sitto
HIDES AND PELTS.
HIGMKST
CASH PRICE
PAID BY
Kellogg A Bnydor,
; QWT StlOt, JBTTIt aT.
jnaaw
FARM FOR SALE.
mncnnaioiß) onw W«M»A
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SEATTLE, WASHINGTON TERRITORY, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1880.
•Shall I go. Mary? I pat my fete
in your dear.. It is far you to
decide; for me to.Mi bf M»tdo
cision.'
'Por me to decide, John, when to toll
yoo to go is to bur oat by my ova act 1
the sunshine from my life f'
'Bat only for a little while, dear, j
Remember there is a future—a fa tore
when Joa shall shore all tfcdxafed (kit
may bo in sfc*e for ma.'^
'Toe,'the girl answered, se&y, '1
do not forget that, nor that— Bat 1
will oot worry yoa with my idle fears
end forebodings lam oot eo selfish
•* to bii yoa etoy when I know that
by going yoa son give up s lifojyou
here never liked, snd attsia npheped
tae ambition*. No, your anele is right,
and, though bets very tote in opmfingi
hie esree to the foal that yal aa*tbo|
a.»n «>f his sister, even thMl skt e#i
far easriflesd tSe fomiiy gflila jm toy
marry a former, kie peoposHieeifcai
you ehoaM go t» eoltege etkisexpotos,
with only the stipulation that sll your
vseatione be epeot with him, is too
generous to be ignored. Go. John;
only do not quite forget me in your
new life.'
A«4 into the brave words theve orept <
tUe sound of tears.
•Forget yob, darling—in four abort
years forget the girl I have loved ell
my life! What would auch a love ba
worth. Meryf You would be better
without than with it.'
'Perhaps,' «li» saavsrsd; 'but- it
wouldn't be of MiMl faaidftrfbaopF
•Yeu wfll never be pot to Vfd t+i,
Mary. It does seem hard to leave yon,
but this life never would have eon*
tented me. I should have always felt
• restless longing for the great world
outside. Wken I have tried ny wiogo
I wi!l fly back. Mary, and then we will
boild the home neat in wbieh you and
I are to grow old together. It will
aeem etrange, indeed, little lassie, to
wateh gray threads Sprinkling yoar
snnny brownfiair. or the peach lint*
of complexion chan** and fade. Sev
enteen and twenty! Ah. we have a
long lin e to wait, and when the time
doe* come my old *y«?e will be too dim
to n«U the difference.'
What meant thia sadden staking 0*
the girl's heart aa ahe listened t Waa
it a dim foreboding of the shedowy fa*
tare—a eometbtng whispering in her
ear that the heart might fade and grow,
old, even though the hair retained its
brightness and the cheek Its bloom? 1
And ska bad jwnmissd to bseoms
John Arnold's wife. It was not for
her, bis betrothed, to drag him down,
when his foot waa on the first round of
the ladder which Providence as em ad to
have tkrust aeroaa bis path.
Bo ahe bede him God epeed for fear
long yeere wbieh were to drift between
them—to her replete witk the eeme aa*
eociations, duties and eeres, only
changed In the fact thai so longer hit
voioe or smile wooftl'lighten thmm
only, instead, tke letters wkiok be
promised should tell her all bie life.
Why was it that the very first sent a
pang to her heart! It read:
'My nncle'e wsrd Is with bim now—a
beautiful girl, soarssly sixteen. I wish
you eoafcl see ker, Mary. She it etl.ll
at school but apends her vacatione with
him, aa I akall do. She laegbs at me,
though not ankindly. Doubtless I
seem gaueKt and reetie enoegk, and in
her presence, I think I aa mora so.
With yoa, my dertiog. lam alwaye at
my best. Ab. bow sa4ly I miss yoa in
thia life of elegance and eate, in whisk .
'I feel uncomfortable epl o«t jtffiaoel' I
But, after he bed gone to oollege and
pat his shoulder fstoTytothe whpet, ske
found only comfort in his letlaes. Be
wrote:
'I am beginning to net myself a maa
among men. and to rejoice that 1 am
no longer a drone in the kive: Oh, how
quickly tke weeks and montka fiyl At
thia ram the fear yeare wgill s*m%lftf
tie time ftxlaed.' 4
When the neat vaoatisn hsi bagel*
he wrote.
*Miaa Melville ia hare if tin. ▲ year
hu m»>le bar only mora buntilgl. Next
mr i« bar ltd KM; the wlaftfr fol
lowiag aha taabaa bw'Mrt hi eouety.'
Tbi« «u all. The aaeood year he
aeseei to mention bar naaa, only hia
lattera caaae not quite N OAK aai
war* lea* filled with the rottttsa of hie
daily Ufa.
Why waa it tbal lata tha girl's
eerre? Half at the wMaglai 1
WM o*ar. What had tha tasllve
7 "UVmthaat«M aa«fcr tha*iatef
jxiaUiMd hantf, hat
tarefcd away—all bat raa-tba aata
whoakeaof all the jaat aeeraad iadif
faraat la tar. Bat ha VMtofa« bar
b*ll tonight..
Bha h«d arcaaged that itehaaM tiba
jtey
aad 25^55?
•Too ara worbieg
aofUy «a hi*, aa they gained a letr
qnwt aaaaaata ia tha awaatvatocy.
• Why dealyoa lake hotter aara a< year,
aelf f*
jaaHhaa,aaa lahrftfeaalaiMM^
I hia ancle'e voice brake Ja opowtbtev
cker aad diatlaoL
aa atd aad valaad fciaa3T ■Bceawleae
of tha lhtaaara la thak Imfj iat«aa<
'Tee.' ha waa aayfcfc. la aaty
beeatifel. It ia mj daata*wkh that
•haaboald bacaaaa aay aayhiat «tfc.
S3SSSSS
a taa fallow aad adaairably adapted to
aright be ftpad la wfe kt».M *M
hie early raaiie habits her. wata> away/
UaaaaMha4* tbo m 4«( tha two
aadar dtaaaaaiaa aet. Ia thwa el tha
Sffi&gafii
ALL A IIITAKK.
ered. Ia those of the girl, was a wist
ful, appealing glance, as though she
would aay:
•Ob, re«rember my position! Keep
silence no longer 1 Do wot withhold
tbe words which seem forned upon ns,
aad for which my soal yearns!'
Ceu!d be withstand their pleading?
•Four years! It will oot seem very
long, flha you will oome beck to aae,'
Hadsocne COB spoken tfcoae worla,
or was it only a memory ?
Ilis fac3 was ghastly at he rose to his
feet and offered bis oompanion bis
arm.
! 'I forgot lam monopolizing the belle
of tbe evening,' be Mid. lightly, though
in kii own Mr hie voice sounded harsh
and changed.
©no moment she faltered; then,
wrapping herself in the mantle of her
pride, the swept mte the light and ra
diance at the hell room, bar gloved
head jest rutting on hi* sleeve, a mile
upon her lipe, and only a shade perhepe
of pallor on the beautiful cheek.
IMloMHcnndtovarkl It was
this alone, thought John Arnold, which
woald save hie brain from madne*.
Tkrvegh the long vacation ne plodded
on. He wrote hu uncle:
'Next jeer ie mj last. To do yon
justice, you mast let me etey here and
Work.'
'lf 1 should see her I should betray
myself and my honor,* be added to him
self.
Then a sudden 'idea possessed him.
He woald cat short the time of their
probation and see Mary. Her letters
jeemed changed. Perhaps she was not
happy.
Ab, when he saw her his eld allegi
ance mast return and he would forget
this unnaturil dream whioh now ap
peared, to have enveloped his life. He
elmoet thought it dissipated when, in
that first glad moment of greeting, he
held Maty in hu arms, and saw the
rose flesh «*■ ler efcwk deepen to vivid
ecartet.
Bhaheddmwabereelf away u though
in lOtMsti «hjrtMt of the elegiht stran
ger, so unlike the Ud who had bidden
her (trcvell three long years igo. She
glanced down, too, at her cotton dress,
so (imply made, and then at the text
ure of sie stylish outfit. Bat these
were mere externals—theve she ooald
conquer. What etee waa there yawn
ing between then, e black and bitter
gulf*
She did not know, she would not
think; ehe pnt the truth resolutely
away front h«r, and he. holding fast to
bis honor, helped her all be eould, until
one day she missed him, and strolling
into the wood in search of him, fonnd
him at last prostrate on the ground, his
frame convulsed with sob', a letter
crushed in bis hand.
He did not seem to know the alipped
it from bis cold fingers ud read it
through—ave, to the very end. The
Utter ran (lie
•Vert Us •very itt, my boy, ao ill that
V* have shared off the beautiful hair,
yon remember, close to her head; eo ill
that she knows no one; but her ooe
piteous cry from fflorniag until night is
for yon. The pbjaiciana think your
presence aright quiet her, and if this
Iking continues • she mutt die. For
©od r s sake, loee ao timet It cannot be
bat that you hm her. Let no fear of
fortnae come between you. All that I
have is yours and hers.'
The latter had fallen to the ground
now, aad the girl's voice, though vary
lav, tat M taadrt* thaifh bar fia*
gars M ao tightly interlocked that
aha woadered dimly if the eon Id release
them even from their own interelasp.
'Jehn, 70a are losing time,' said she.
The train leave a at six.'
What commonplace words 1 Did tbey
tall the atary at a breahiag heart ?
'I eaaaot goP he groar.ed.
'What! yen weald let her die f Think
what the world woald ha without her.
for yon love bar, Jehu! Ah, do not
rftattl. W had meant to tell yaa any
taw, that wa have grown older, we of
pome had ahaaged aad that I
thought it better to go back to the old
footiag-Wbaa ymii caßed me your little
sistar, aad to give up the foalish talk
that followed it. We thought wa loved
cash other then, is a different way; bat
yoa see'—how iavolantarily the eweat
voice faltared as her strength almost
was all a mistake, and—and
It anly required a little aoarsga far one
of as to state Ike truth.'
*Yoo aeeea it. Marv?' he cried, sae
aMggxvs
Ms dear eywTaiearcbed her fseel' How
aanld they ba <dam:£Uadag with teara
for love of aUmi woaair -Bat her
waataa'a ae«l apbaid bar, aad in his
bliadaess he aaw nothing.
Three veeke later aad the physi
tzss&.'&rtxxzz
ftaarly IST holding honor dear than bar
ieathimtebmv aad sta wtaAsse evea
fober own whether
attend wareael-*sr tns, aad that ft
tad MMahar
■onoa
Thorn Ittaltt and Moving
Amnios
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sLSg|Sf^^l^aftgSeaa.'<»e
T • M A - ■
r* Tit*' 1 1 * - ~ ' •
f1 „ 1 *
____ MISCELLANEOUS.
p. Dealer* In all
Jvjlw kind* at good, WmXr
S|la car Use
brtt qealiSj.
L. P. SMITH AgT
& SON.^fB
WATCHMAKERS
--ANI*--
JEWELERSj
Sullivan's Block. Front St. Seattle
Particular attention flren t. ftepalilag
Watches. Clocks, and Jewelry,
aaa ALL «MI cminrua.
Xatarial aad atbar *»aU aaad. to ardtr.
Seatilc. April 7.1819. aNU
FRMENTHAI DM
Seattle, W. T.
We would aaaouD "• the receipt of oar
FALL AND WINTER
- as r jp «c; JK: ,
Which •• ■ H»r at t'je ioweti possible prices; rot
listing of
DEY GOODS
DRESS, GOODS, MILKS,
Flannels, Domestics,
CI.OAKS, AMD BIIAWLS, HOSIERY, KMBROID
KBT, BIiANKRTS, CLOTIIS, CASSIMERES,
CARPEfS, OIL CLOTH, WALL
PAPER, FIRST QUALITY
BOOTS, SHOES, *
SLIPPERS.
—ll»0
A COMPLETE LIKK OP DURABLE AND PINK
CLOT 111 NO. HATS, UNDERWEAR,
TRUNKS, ECT.
At plaia, onmlsukable low prices.
Franenthal Bros.
SMt'.le. October 10.1878.
FUEL FOR SOUND STEAMERS
SEATTLE NUT COAL
At *2 Per Tom,
DILIVBRED ON BOAHD WITHOUT A MOMENT'
DELAY FROM HUNKERS ESPECIALLY
CONSTRUCTED TO ACCOMMO
DATE SOUND RTEAMIRB.
time ud near; by getting year fuel of the
8. a A T. Co. «t hattl*. uciaa-dtx
Bow down yont head, ye haughty clam.
And oyaten, eay jeer mm
The month hu como the "H" ia In,
You'ra oo the bill of (irt-
Ol EVEBY STYLE AT THE
SADDLE ROCK
BE3TAUAANT,
COSBERCIU STREET, - SEITTLE, W. T.
AT
#5 CBITT9 PER PLATE.
CHAB. KIEL, J. ARNOLD,
Proprlatora.
aiMtf
MEAT MARKETa
CHICAGO MARKET
FRONT ST., SEATTLE.
FRESH AND SALT MEATS
ALWAYS on num.
87* Tina iseasw Baegkt aad told.
Oaswa A Olatadt.
naatr
BJEOBFI BinHTPI
CTNn^^^KKET
ALL KDfM Of
m S» R. KNIM.
M. DENBMORE
MALM IB
FKBH AND SALTED MEATS
GROCERIES
Tolhiooo and CMfftrs.
MMIf
■'■ L 54 *!fm "' s&■'* WW# :>i ' $
MISCELLANEOUS.
W.RJOSRIA. ~~
- _ BOBT. KcOOMB.
STAB MILLS,
SEATTLE, W. T.
JONES & M c COMB,
MAHCRACRCTUS OR
Choice Flour, Barley and Oats Ground.
ALL UADA TF FEED KAUD, UD FLIID AT MARK*# R»IM.
M. «IWML A NOUUI M URM LH . „«, „
GI VE HOMES INDUSTRY A TRIAL
** *«HTW OMT FLOUR AAD F—D TO MYPWOTTTT CITY ft— OF CFETRY.
THE CHEAPEST PLACE TO TRADE
IM AX
SCHWABACHER BROS. & CO.'S
SCHWABACHKB BROS. A CO.
e. w. OOTX. T. 0. WILSON.
GOVE ft WILSON,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Un>«DULEB» IK
All Kinds of Produce, Hay, Grain, Floor, Food, Etc.
Yenlet-'a Wharf, (Seattle, W. X,
aorl-4i«t(
WADDELI <fc MILES
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Ranges, Cook, Parlor and Box
STO vas,
Steam Whistles, Gongs, Bteam and Water Gauges. Globe Valves, ha
MALLEABLE IRON FITTINGS.
Plnublnfft Coppnr ilmltlilny,
MTEAM AND OAH FITTING.
Call and wiitoo Ika VBAJtCONI* BANOBt StagU and Dnkli Ortari
Imfrovoaont tr*r all Mkirti
Acoaiofortho oolokntod Superior StOVMf tt* WalaoMooi tto HotAoOoon*. All fltln
warranto* not to enek by too. m4Mli wartMtad to Mln yoow.
iu JOB VM niiu inertn>. in NMO im inoia nomi nuna.
Mill Street* Seattle, W. T. mmm
SEATTLE NURSERY,
One mil* eut from Tetter's Wharf o»
the road to Lake Washington
FRUIT"TREES
SHRUBBERY,
AMD
HERBACEOUS PLftNTS
I H— Qnllntlf ti
Small Fruits of all Kinds,
PBAOBBM
liatanaantoßlpaatatktKXtaat*.
APPLI TUH, 1 YBAB OLD. M KB 109.
AmSTBSM. 9 a ITIABOLD.It m 109.
mi mo, i nut old. «u m wo
Orden Can be left it BakerJ
0. W. LiWTOK. Propriator.
SEATTLE COAL
TRANSPORTATION CO
MMlpd »!■— mt MMM, mmm
mt WIHM. Stag C—TY
Superior Quality of Coal
IN marines TI tirri
wammj*.-aL*9
For Bate, AT Lov PTIOM I
»ga&aaa&aair w "^■»
CeLLMNIN iUHKCvT
Dr. m,
NO. 11 KEARNY STRUT,
Tnati nil Ckrnl* M l)ni«l DUwiMt
YOUNG mnr •'
TI7IO MM Ml WIIMW IROtiP«U
Jajsttt
OMtMtbMi im ill* ot nattlM
hiuMaltv. DB. smniSTwin lumtMteta!
MlMliorifMr MMrf tin till VdkiMof
character vhUk k«
■nnuMfln mm.
•2»taa^y«us^B2!
ts^r^i&jsss-si.'i&as
of tW lytM in i mw« t>» p«tt—l
enUfor. OsMaalallS |ki i
ropyMdiaMit wmaNSa W Mil, flB»»
HflMt Mill IMllillllf VAU MM. MP
th> color wiU to of • gtojulMA
«r tfe* cmm, whtoh to tt»wwf nj>«i wt
iSSffiSlwiSwrf
ItaUATtariMialM SnSSkS
"cut eraMM*
DR. imWH * GOh , ,
MACHINERY FOR SALE.
THE
ENGINES, SHAFT,
Crank, Ac.,
OIMHC * VPTOa, -
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