THE DAILY INTELLIGENCER.
Once-Fiwtgtreat. Toot of Chaffy.
• SATIS or *BII«TW*O
Jtaaiaan, (OM lack or laoi.M tnaaftloa. At SO
<an eebaeqaent ?
mUmh pv 11®#. .a.
Bribe fear aesaartar*iada>ail — s.
.iaasa MCKUMOS. . I— in F.MRTLIW
VITOiNEYS AT UW,
SIiTTII, t. T.,
Oaee la Oftoa'S 0»w» H— aa. ay SHUa.
Attorneynt- Ln w.
PBOSSU4TIXO ATTORNEY TQIHU JUDICIAL
OAoa on Oineanlal Kiarl, east door te
Sabwabaefcer Una, a Oe-'a, up atalra. »IM
C. It. JCNftCR,
Cainseku lid AttKM) it law,
TWrttffaatke la all tha Oaarta of WeSMaglw |
OOoa trltk Jadga Jaaoba, on Jaaaa ftUeal,!
Seattle. S.T. »11-4«f
m. e. arauTß. NHUUH.
STROVE a LEAHY,
SEATTLE, W. *.
orrioc orrosiTs sQuiai s oruu HOUSE.
* Mr. L*ei7 la a HoUry Pakiie and OooualauaMe
•f Deada for Oiagoa and California. Mttt. •
a. O. HYDI,
Attsmay and Counsellor ot Lav
BEA.TTLR, W. T.
OAoe 00 Commercial Stnai. wavl aide.
Attflrun ui Coßosellor at law
OOaa ta balldtas formerly oceapted by Larrakaa
A Hanfard. aaar Occidental Hoi at. Boalnaaa
rrmyllr a* leaded la.
Dr. D. W. STAKKEY,
mymcmb hi soiaEis,
Sullivan Block. Seattle. W. T.
DR. K. La SMITH.
OWOS-Cataaa'a Balldlag. aw. Mill
aa# Oaaaanlal ateete
OAce heura, i to 3 r. x.
Baatdanaa on Third Btrvet neat kaaaa aartb of
OR. Q. A. WEED,
ailllfiEUtt ABB PHYSICIAN,
' aiATTLB. W. T.
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OBm Msseitaa IS A. a. to a a.*., aad a to
0»S *. I H. 8. BAGLET,
•TOM mtVUUT WOULWIU.
■OOM—• fOUL V,| TOtr. K..1T01
iwldmot ihi wm.
<< tfTn7 |y Man. OaUlvsa's Bl*ek. S«MU*.
Car OMiiHn k ass's OMnM
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•MVSMMOT. I T." 1 " 1,1 ,M$ #Ll *
iSw MM** ft
' *'"l*' '" • ' • ■*' ■~.lnA- 4*f- ~ » ** Jfs
Main Street, Near Flrat,
Hack at CUM Stale* Hotel.
Fiehaf. Patiehlaf. Lacs Washiaf aad Fan.
By Verk sf afl Ooscriptiaa.
. iwie Flsvlsr Vaohswu
WE tLtCTiHimmC MLt
ell MMHM fal kaawa far (ha COM pi da
•an of INnad*. Tary km baa* known to
COT the itmaai ma after It baa bar* Ma tad for
mtmw fear*. Paral/ata and aarroai aSbettoae
field la (Mr Imlanl. ud aeraoaa baaing aald
feel «m Sa4 ttto dtHenli, alli»W«i ky ttawa
tbeDrnf Move of KELLY a TOUHQ. Anlboriaed
i 1£t M
Beeoe44umd Clotlien Hade New
>j a» Sfeaa Claeuiac Prooaaa. fur Itilta aad
PANTS MADM TO OMDM* Of
OIEQON Cin MOOS VERY CHEAP.
TUbomo. clxaki.no a wPAinna
Dana at Bedrock Prieae. o*ll aad eiamtae mj
Com and pricaa.
SECOND HAND CLOTHKS BOCOBT, SOLD OB
•r Shep Id Balldlag formerly oecapled by H.
laaaa, an Ml] 1 Steaat.
FOUNTAIN BEER HALL
■* * '
Frtit Xt. ml to Iftrth Pacific Brewery.
Sehmbf's Lager Boer on Tap
•Ml U» TBI IT.
Balwalaar ta Owe eta aad Plata.
JaU-dtf PBBD. OAF OH. Proprietor.
PU6ET FOUNDRY !
WHITE * TENNY
to s. f. a t. wnsoa.
AIL kixm of mo* and hubb cab*.
tnss done at Ban Pkaaaleee galeae.
QedWeftoaall parteofjMkoSoaad wtt^aßUae
APPROVED U OI n A out mm om
•a* Imtli lllL ill ***** Wlffi AMMOV.
LMiactpe (lardeaer, Taxi*
. 4w|il> Taec Praaer, 4c.
Watt MIMM N4 -Hsfaettea (UIMM.
■staeaee—o. V. iMtH.
I HAT* uvuvißit uor TO
, Commercial Mtreet,
VkMlMMfMll*4o ik« b«l mt week la
■I 11a* at Ui aMMMt aettc*.
■l-tt* L. HSU MAN.
A rraoTso «a. autoJUOACQWA»
m satis* t* Tmmm nam MttMMrt, r»-
alahsd st short asilss. inlfM
■ISMII. w. T.. AQ«. t. irt. *Ma«tr
ROVfiH AH DRESSED LIMER. UTHS
LILMK, ACKBNSOI * CO.
HIDES AND PELTS.
Kellogg A Snyder,
UNT STRKF, SEATTLE, V. T.
FARM FOR SALE.
31 <SSSt i'«»
MKHL MD lb Wo V
SEATTLE, WASHINGTON TERRITORY, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19,-1880.
A pair of very chubby lag*.
Incased ia aoarlat bow;
A pair of little stabby M,
With rather doubtful ton,
A little kilt, a little oust,
Cut MA mother ea.i—
And io! before as at ridea ia atate
The future's "eomiug meu."
A petr of laagbiag.drep kbe iyn,
A wealth of tfagMe towwn;
With air coquet tie* aa a qeetn,
The belle of all the town;
A dimpled chin nod Muabing cheek,
Lipe red uil teeth of paarl.
And lo! before ua ehy and seek.
We've the t'atore'a "coming girl."
AUNB WITHIBK BTUW, ,
! ~~~ —
It v.>uld U difficult to flu&j&tbe
whole range of fiction a more >ff iftfr'g
incident than witpipd in. tbefel
lowing extract from | letter, writtea by
a British seaman to his wife. It «u
bit firat service u a eoldirr. when be
«u Mat oo shore with a boat's crew
of marines to sileace a fort and taks
"Wa dispersed at i few hundred yards
distance from the beach to keep the
const clear jabile the boat's orew made
prise* of the guns. The enemy had
sdvantage of the wood, and also know
ing the oonntry waU* and a tcoop of
them showed ta advance. We were
ordered to fire. I took steady aim at
my man at about sixty yards. He fell
likeastooe. At the aametim* a broad
side from the went in among th«
trees and the enemy disappeared* we
could scarcely tell hew. I felt as theegh
1 most go op to bin and see whether
be was dead or alive. He lay quite
still aad I was more afraid of him than
when he itood facing as a few minutes
before. It is a strange feeling to oome
over you all at once that you have
killed a m«s. Ho had unbuttoned lite
jacket and was pressing his band ever
lbs front of bieebestt where the wound
was. He breathed bard and the blood
l>oured from the wound and also from
bis mouth every breath he took. His
faea waa aa white as death, aad bis ayes
looked so big and bright as he Anroed
and stared at me. I shell never forget
it. He was a fine young fallow, Mt
more than twenty, five. X went down
en my knees beside him. and my breast
was as fall as though my own heart
would bant. He had a real English
face aad did not look like |B enemy.
What I felt I never oan tell; bnt if my
life could have saved his. I believe I
should have given it. I laid bis beat
oa my knee, and ha g reaped hold of my
baud and tried to speak, bat bis voice
wee gene. I could not tell e word be
mid, and every tiro be tried to speak
the Mood poured oqt»«*I knew |t would
scon be over. I M oot ashamed to sap
that I was worse than he, for he never
shed a tear, and I couldn't help it. His
ayes were eloaad whan a gun waa fired
from the taardarabnard.and that
aroused him. He pointed to the beach
our marines were waiting to maa\be
second bonk, and then be pointed to the
wood where the enemy was oonoealed.
Poor fellow f he little thought how I
shot him down. I ves pondering bow
I could leave bhn to die and no oei
near him, whan be hadenmething like
a convulsion (or * moment,, aad..(boa
hie Jsoa rulladavse, and wiibeut aalgfc
he waa gone. 1 trust the Almighty, baa
receirsd bis sonl. j U4bl| jitofosli
tly en the grass aad left bias* It eesan*
ed so attMge.pben I.looked at kim for
the lest time Xjjomchow thought off
everything I Beard about the Tpuks
and Ruasians, and the mt off them, bnt
ell that atesaed ee far off aad the dead
meaaooeer." * i Mia
' - ■ w.' 1 ill
The secretary of Fraaeis I. used ta
•lop vp his ooatrits with breath if ha
•aw a dish *f s##lea. ta prevent aa
otherwise iaeTltabla bleeding of lha
▲ Flemish dameel was troabled by
aa uoaoafutlahla pvspiaa jbfrhaoaMll
ot hrsad. Cbssss, nation and amber*
frii ha*a bean w repognaat lo aoaa
f Oertrap. H»Kf nwjbur.dlaWW tIL
dura tha soaot of a ross, neither coald
Bias bath; iadaad. Imlf Mfk.
aorda that her ebeek b«ai| Kistered
whan susse oaa laid a whita raaa on it
•• ake siMfc* -Bit ledMbtafr MkiMlbv
dassa «ba flssatcSwCn SetleverS
«■ RA UUIIVMUUII* 4J> _ . _
shaasa boa a sprig of roe.
A was always isiwd
with a fit aa Umptim ta awaltar'a
adder of bear witboat bar Hpe ewelliag
f t# ueooifafftiMe (WiNMii
Pr Praat had a patient who dsslaied
boasst mattaa wasaa bad aajaiaaa la
his. Thiakiag thh waa sllfcnay. tha
Aapthor aalaahj iadMtaaljJways
failed toga a* ia afiwat if to know
ingly or aiUaaiaglT parteakef e*j
dwh aaatohiiaj? iUll
Prtfc ** '"M*!"*!
tarniag lathe ball room, would be oev
ered with ugly blotches, and her peace
of Bind destroyed for that evening.
According to Barton, a melancholy
| duke of Masoovy fell instantly ill if be
j bat looked upon n woman, nnd another
authority was doomed to oold pelay
| under similar provocation. Wainrichar
tells of a woman who drew the line at
| eld ladiee, which did not prevent him
losing his life ia eonaequenoe of his
strange frejwdiea; for, being called from
the rapper table by some miacbievous
friends lo speak to aa old woman, he
fell directly he beheld her and died
then nod there What an old woman
did for thia (rid hater, aa eclipse did
for Charles d'Escaro, bishop of Lea
great It aras his inconvenient oustom
to faint at the commencement of a la*
ear eoJjpse aad remeia insensible aa
long aa it laated. When he was very
old and infirm an eclipse took place,
the good bishop went off as usaal nnd
never came to again. Old John Lang
ley, mho. settled in Irclaad ia 1661,
hbsrobea aa aatipetby quite aa obsti
nately, but had no idea of dying of it.
By his last will and tsetament be order*
ed his onrpso ta be waked by fifty Ir
isbmeo, for each of whom two quarts
of aqaa vitas were to he prepared in
the hope that getting drank they would
take te killing one another, nnd do
something toward lessening the breed.
A COSTLY SUIT.
A hundred year* ago a young Eng
lishman «h tk» tdaircd of all ad.
mirera at the Opera oP Pari*, because
of the magnilcenoe of hit innumer
able feilets. A Flemiih baron, who
happened to be praeeat ona evening
whan the Bngtiahman waa arrayed
like nnto Solomon and all hia wives in
their glory, obeerved in the English
man's hearing that the eon of Albion's
dress was very well for every day. but
that if ha (the Fleming) were to give bis
miadtoit he eoold appear in a suit
that .weald utterly eclipse the English
Tha result waa a discussion. In which
the Englishman joined, and a bet of a
thousand louis. the man who presented
himself next day in tha costliest rai
ment to tahe the money, it being
stipulated that in making the ioven
torf ae account was to be tahen of
Jewelrj and precious stones.
c , N»i day the Knglishman was
promptly on hand, clad in white
samite, coetly, wonderful, and the
Fleming modestly appearing in a plain
brown suit, fitting him "like the paper
to the walV and evidently pare based
reedy made. •
" Shame and disgrace sit nodding on
your ooat-tails T cried his friends, to
whom he bad given the straight «p;
"•let s pay our debts, and do you go
and drown yourael&"
" Wait a moment, gentlemen," said
the Baron, ealmly removing his coat,
"this garment is fined with a material
that cost 100,000 ltvies a yard."
He had lined hia coat with a gcuu*
me Babees, and took the money.
•'I ACKNOWLEDGE THB CORN."— This
i» tha erigimof tbe phrase "1 acknowl
edge the corn:" In 1836 Andrew
Stewart, * member of Coogreee, said
la e speech that Ohio, Kentueky sad
ladiana seat their kayataeke, coro
fielde aad fodder to New York end
ftUedolt** ft* sale. WioElifle. of
Kantocky, called him to order, daclar
lag that thoae Btatee did not send
beyetaeke or eara-fletde to New York
f«Tial» '\W*q, w£t do yon eeodr*
asMd horses, moles,
cattle and bogo," w WeU. what makes
Too ioet eaipste and art., oa top of
your hajcMMklfedrilrofte market.
How k ii oattlo? You
aiekeone of those carry S6O worth of
kagp«tjnH totte isetera market.
Ho# ferabh oora does it tske, et
thiMjNthrae oeats aboebel, to fatten a
heir * Why. thirty Uoekele.-
M Tbeayoa pot thirty baehels iota the
akapa of a kog aad make it mlk oIT to
Ckaßaetara market." TheaMr.Wiek.
IMb jumped ap aad aid, "Mr.
Bpeaker. I ackaawledge the oora."
Xetlee te (Plafaaaats «f Hal
■ vawatty I^m4a»
leads eelecled for Univarsity parpoeee
ia the Olympia Laad DIM riot This
Mel k«MUti be the laade selected
by tßa Commiseioßer of the Oaaeral
LeadOAa* at Washington, and it am*
■ brasss 4ft,7So aatea, the aatiia graat.
leyelal jifiomad aoaa of )«sd other
than tbat embraced ia this list bare
beea ceaTeyei by the afeot* ol the
in iMOT inrofid
daif nam aUalFawjfr
f musHi i i* i
TV.-TTTt.tr. 3Tf y *"
jgL n Dealers ia all
fftlS k:od» jf |wd> OOfV
ly vßla oar line of
LP. SMITH &S.
Sulllvan'a Block, Front St. Seattle
Partlcnlar attention given i* tfepeirlag
Witches. Clocks, and Jewelry,
«M ILL WOK criatirtra.
X.UrUI aad Mh»r Rcali mad* U order.
Meati It. April 7. IBIS. alMtf
Seattle, W. T.
Wa would aoooun "e the reaelpt at our
FALL AND WINTER
Wblcb aa "ST at tbe lowest possible prices; caa
DRESS, UOODS, MILKS,
CLOAKS, AND SHAWLS, HOSIttT, KMSROID
ERY, BLANKETS, CLOTHS, CABSIUBRES,
CARPETS, OIL CLOTI, WALL
PAP4R, IIB<T QUALITY
BOOTS, SUOKd, a
A COMPLETE LINK OP DURABLE AND FINE
CLOTHING. HATS, UNDERWEAR,
At ptels, unmistakable low price*.
l t raaenthal Brm,
Ss*tM«. October 10.187 A
FUEL FOR SOUND STEAMERS
SEAnLE NUT COAL
At $2 Per Tom,
DBLIYKRED ON SOAEO WITHOUT A MOMENT*
DELAY raOM BUNKERS SPECIALLY
CONSTRUCTED TO ACCOM UO
DATE SOUND STtAMEKS.
h« IIM Md mvj by letting your fuel ol lb*
iatT.Ci.it Seoul*. ocitMtf
Mow Sown jtmt bood, yo lui|ktj uia.
Ape Mr )*«r mm
Hoath kMNaw tka to la.
YoeYa oa tka Mil of faie-
IV EVEBI STTLE AT THE
60IIERCUL STREET, • SEATTLE, W. T.
13 CUTS PES PLATE.
OMAS. KIEL, J. ARNOLD.
FRONT 8T„ SEATTLE.
FRESH AND SILT MEATS
ALWAYS oa HAND.
NT* Wmm rrodaoo BoagM aei Sol*.
ALL DMOr _
J wUr R. KRIM.
FRESH AND SALTED MEATB
• Tolmooo Mid Olfmr*.
w.i. ions.' ~ "~*
S m _ . «OBT. XcOOXB.
SEATTLE, W. T.
JONES & M c COMB,
Choiee Flour, Barley and Oats Ground.
AH klada af Feed hud, and flaldat Va»k«< «*-«
of Flaw hU at WHOLBSALI Ml RXTAIL ehoop«r than It «i to aMpy* from
w. d^iL E ni^ E INDUSTRY A. TRIAL.
wa dtilTwroor rvwt —a fwihwyym of tho City ftap Of chatf ■
TIE CIEAPEST PLACE TO TRADE
» • • n; • • *
SCHYABACHER BROS. & CO.'S
~. .. BCHWABACHBR BROS. * CO.
•* W " T. • WIUON.
BOTE & WILSON,
All Kinds of Prodnoe, Hay, Grain, Floor, Feed, Etc.
Yealer'a Wharf. Meattle. W. X.
W A DDE Li & MILES
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Ranges, Cook, Parlor and Box
Steam Whittles, Gonga, Steam and Water Gauges. Globe Valtee, bo
MALLEABLE IRON FITTINGS,
NTEAM AND GAM FITTING.
Call mm* nmlM UM nUNOONIt *Al*o*i «•!»• ML BMUI Ovta i mm
lapm«MCt «f*t «U (Mm.
NN«»TT« WI*HM |YGTH»R LINN, —>n NJTF «N> YPM« OHM. AU»MM
t—lil sol to MM* If Si*. Vtotaakf tuMaM to Uat nan.
MM WM MIII I IIMIW 111 IW<I mi aUb AMOMI IUK
Mill Str—t. B—ttl*. W. T. *- iHMw*
SEATf LE NURSERY,
One mil* cut from Teller's Wharf or
the road to Lain Washington
FRDIT - rREES
i fi»« ODHiihib if
Small PrniU of all Kiodi,
fkas tm+m to Mmla Ma CUaato.
nui Tana. t nan old. iu m tee
Ordars Oaa be left at the JSureka Bakery
0. W. LA.WTOK. Propriater.
Vtmtfn * Wwta, Stag OMatr
Superior Quality of Coal
II IIAITITICt Tt SIITI
For Bate, at Low Mow!
* A^mcJßn n,M
MO. 11 KSARNY STIIVT,
«U1 So wall to avail llaewl aa at tkla. tha
MMtooaMar late aa ik* aMrat MMUf
IM ft ammmS
AWBIToT# VB rBMBSauiC eV® VIBBT ®
WjflßUHt WUI aMi IV liMIMMM*
Binlato#! itaMß fill mmv* •«
aaasffcAi aSSajg- as:
oeSswS-YltoTaM I tat Mmftw
MAeiIRBRV FBI SHE.
Orank, Ac •f
OfIHW «HM. MH»ll Mil HltM'
•Dm. WW ha mM *••■«*. *99+*
CMv MM IliMllli*! IHIHH
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