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THE DAILY INTELLIGENCER.
VIFL. ix.
im imuiuotm
o ttee-rWBt StMt, tool ot Qhmrf.
* (ITU UK ADf
Jut Miure, i«i|« loch of M|.M l#»rtlu»,fl SO
t»rh fcmWoi •»
•leading notion per liu* a*
87 the year <*r 4««t« a* nm.
JiiH tc9>««(t.
McNAUGHT BROS.
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USc« In Hfnln'i <ip»ra W»u~-. i|Mr>. d
. - Jljff —.» 1
IRVING BALLARD,
\l torn •y •Ht* Ui «r. j
PK MEt»ttX(> tTrOB*ET THIIU JUDICUL
'zu,-
D #-?*fltfVl OT J
OFFICE - '4Bill Sliest, Feel of Front StrMt,
In r>x»a* lor mar \j *4 fa *>m. Bagley. j
office 11 of 11s rao* i A. *. TO 4 P. m.
July MM * MMltf !
O. JocOaii. <3. K twntm.
JACOBS * JCNNCR, n.
Attorneys and CoawdandUw 1
Will pncliiM In all tbe Ooartf of Washington- I
Tir ••
*•
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW,
offi«b uufvi
DR. J. KI6HWARDEN,
.•••xvcutst .. |
PRACTICE PHYSICIAN
OFKIOK AMD BS4IDKXC. OTKR
ttoyil, Cancln dt ¥•«■('! Hlsre, frcnl
Nwlllr.
Orrwc UoOas -Fram 9 A. M to Ir. m.
Female 11 Specialty.
uiMkVtl
OR. A.BERTHIER,
1/HIkN'JH PKYBIOIAM AMD BUBOEOX. OF
r lot and raattaaca on Frvnl Streat. next
door aoath of Paget roundrjr.
OOaakoara-riua 0 to It A. M , tram I 103 and
I lo I V. M. j
Wm. M. HILTON, M. O ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
orncs, OFBRA IOVHR.
■own, 10 a. a. to 13 m , 1 lo I r. k. aid • lo T r.u,
Baaldaaaa «a SaoMd MvanjOiloa k Plka 81a,
• i T- *ITT 7 t -i)« im. X-^— l
Dr. D. W. STARKEY,
#MnIIIMT-- JMt MIIEON,
. »aaw aiaMi,
Oppoait. MUni Bloj« SaaltU. W. T.
n 1 ; »■; ; —.>■.< p 1 ! —•
OR. E. La SMITH.
wwm iRWt. g*. ■»>
mm* Cawatwlal <li» »
Oflc koura, lloir.M,
MmlJamm am Tklaul fllrnal lintiA miaik
B B OA^
Kpiaaopal Ckurvk.
Wali.'wciSr
liUltueaNANl) PHYSICIAN/
MskrrLß w t.
Block, up Stain.
UflUa Koara fnm 10 a. M. to » r. and • lo
f '»
ORS. A. AH. B. RAGLET.
BBATTLB. W. T.
itft-ti ikMt, mt RonMR m
!Li2rttt^iwi^<A!ra i ss
S,«M will aMaad ta aalla ta aappartaflha
» if • wltw
■ >1 ■ ■! iM ia A ... I B. ■I ■ a
DENTISTRY,
gamiia. #. a maw, onwiat. or-
MM J-ss,*3Sl^tf2sil:
Alaa «a« CkkK*Ha« A •aa'a O»W,Ni
E.W. REA,
ARCHITECT UNO BOILOER.
H IMMM ( «,
Ship Buildern
VA JFHS . .
Contractors*
W~4 *9 «* • • -i# -•* 1 *
JtV.Marta.Wp.l jtegA
at<MM ■»* aall i nak
I*l* '» >A ?| .%« «V^O|'MUmQWOJVS'M|HQD|B -«
~
4irw> U. A NKOI n.
f'A *';*■" t~ '■ _i "*— --- - -
turn .IS TO LKT,
P* noiTt us nnuk fkMtsm on
i i Tree-leaf; »Uk or wlthenl twW Fin,
mtuatre walk tr~m
OOOIDBTTa I. WjCABE. mojrp A'BEKT.
r»dtf Mrs. E. Brlncoe.
HAfIMONV LODGE NO. 5 K. P.l
HFCOKFAAB MW WBWHT ITHIIM T
•tin. M..nt
mahomic intu
MUS. L. H. MILLS,
A<»EN r FOB
BOTTERICK'S PATTERNS.
Drneamafcifta, OutUng A PMtUig. >
Mill —TintMMeoQccrtetitel Bqusro.WalMa. W.T. '
THfc
ffLHWA BROOM FACTORY |
U BOW PKPABBO TO LUBVTLIU THE TBADK
, » * OMLV WITH
Good, Well-made. Durable
Ii K OOMH
Al Law Hat**.
i * I
kos§ Ifr ttrt jlv# bi a fnlr
trie!. iiMratn nil o >'<xn to
«M»nrr a vak bppb.
Olyntpie, W. T.
Mr. D >a*laa iMofU oar authorised iml ta
NaMtie Ml MM end n-celpt for u.
WOOD CAMP.
P #• , -
' Thr atidei Signed ku 6pe««d • eamp aM Intl- !
U»l»r tbe purpo<« u f furul.hing Ant-rlea. wood 1
SUgU. aay luitl, at the ahorteet notice. ;
Chicago Market.
VBI h» praejptly aM—dad to.
FouM«*t Wood delivered for t2.SO
por Oord; Short Wood §4 per
Cerd; Berk *4.O© per Cord-
MMtr M. V. STEWART.
FARM FOR SALE, j
TIIK HF.LVFS FAItM OF
17 9 AC It EM, I
tom«l at Hia Jauctlon of the rtnnqutlinle an* j
Bkykomleh rfttfi, eix wllee above Snohou.mh i
Oil/. laoßarad for aale la whole or In part, at a j
bargaiu. The land l» aider and Maple bottom. I
Peraoaa looking for farm* will do wolf to examine
this property. Title perfect. luqnlre of
D. rt HMITH, Heat tie, W. T.
March, I MO. mt7dlf
GENTLEMEN'S BOOTS t SHOES
MADE TO OUDBB.
-,. v -
JoUn ELonnoy,
On Ooin aerclal StPr-rt next to Opera lloiu.
fuel fos sawn steamer
SEATTLE NUT COAL
§8 sPjir Too,
ortitaidto«R loin wnaoot * MMnr
DKLAT rmrM MI.IKIM B^PBOtALLT

j&vzt aa*
TNI CHAMPION
mm CtfMlEt Ml fMUR «WF
vtm
uinm anb wMunim.
NMIM.
Ctal 4* .... I.H
Paati «#• .... PS
Yea* 4* .... *0
All Mkw work at Mm lawcat ratoa. .
HENRY HARRIS.
Oceidaulal Squara.
Gnat Bar^aiv
- i
3(1 HKAD
Choice Work Cattle.
* 4 ' 'J i. f .*• ' % - f
ALBO
tOO Pack Baddlaa
WILL M POU> OUAf.
«■ 1 a * ww H." * m
Crawford * HirrißftPß,
HfT It" taaMKV.W.
F. PETERSON,
Practical Engraver
And Maanfaatanr af
Notary Stak, Door Plttao,
Stencil Plates,
And all aa*t of Kl*w Plata Work.
an MpaWte M liaa aill ke paoaiptlp aaa-
Utmemntlf mail*.
w. pmtMjr.
Bhop oo r»«at Bkwak. a*Kl Bad* la Ma AreaAa.
MINM I •
MARYLAND HOUSE
IM Connor, W. T.
""""""Towr ateumi,
SEATTLE, WASHINGTON TERRITORY, SUNDAY. JULY 11, 1880.
THE RABMH«« SABBATH
BBIAEIILC,
On tha o4 Pmmb WiHhait
rUt- grtn i« l»rown bo 4 Umtlmnl,
It m more tb»o fifty wiotera
Bir.«w ha li*e.i Bud laagbaJ aad
prMch»<!.
Bu'. hi* luem >rjr in N*» EagUnJ
No niutar mowt can kill.
Of bis g'*ods«M mo 4 bt*drellaeM
CoßutlvMi Itgoadi linfaf BilH.
And Among tliow tre*aared lagtmd*
I bold tbw one b boos,
IIo« bo got in Paoooo Croiby'a bij
Oob Sunday BfUrnooe.
He was midway ia a aerBMB,
MUM orthodox on graco.
When a •<>un<l «»t distant thoodar
iifbka of tk« i
N<hb th* mwaiewief tbo Caßßbya..
La? fat!l witMakU aIM
Ai d ii< gUin»<t iroiu tfit biiswiSiiiw
Whidt nIoSA €>jpe» Ohlu* 4|kt.
And tbo grena and frwgraat bayeoka
ll* acre* there did Band:
Not a iu«-ad<t* like tbo daacoa'a
Far or near ia all tb« land.
Quick ami loud tba clapa of tbandor
W<m roiling ibrougb tka akiaa,
And tba paraoa e%w bt« deaooa
IyMtkiuy oat witb ansioa* eyea.
**N<>w, my l*retbt«u," called tba }>ar
non.
And callod witb miirbt and main,
" W'f uiu«t n't in H rat her Croaby'a hay
*Ti» our duty now mott plain!"
And b* ah«t tba grant fad Bifclai
And toaaed bia aarmoa down.
Not a man oonid run mnra awiftly
Than the parson in that town.
And !»«• ran down to tbe tneadow
Willi *ll hie atreng'b aed fp«sl{
And MM eongrefatien f<4l»«frd, •
AH bewildered, in hi» l»ad, .
Hi! not often on t Sandav
Such • M|kt M thie, I VM,
Of i parson and hi* people,
A New En£l*'<d town had MO-
Willi a will they worked and shouted,
An*! deared tint fit Id* tptct;
Ami tbe parson led the singing.
While the oweat r<dl*d do*a hia
Iwx.
Au<L it thnml.red ti rc*r. 1- uier.
And >Urk tjr«*W EAST and went;
But the hay ww uu tor ROW,
AN<l the paraon had worked be»t.
Not a utniuout had be«n wafted;
The rain wa« falling fast.
As the pars 'ii and hia people
Th-e' the v llage breathtaea pesa-d.
Aud again in pew aod pulpit
Tbcir places took composed;
And tbe paraon preached hia aeroion
To "firtcentbly." wheie k uloeed.
Whan lb* aervice* were ended,
Tbe people tolkian stayed,
Aod among thaateruly pioiw
Th*re mere bitter com men ta ouU«-
And the guutl old Deacon Crntbjr,
A oieak and golly maw.
Hard I j dare n joic* hia hajcoks
HA l been aaved on such A PLEA.
Bat tbe par ton oatae dowo, striding
ID baste tbe narrew aisle.
AI d the deaooo'T bene oidelwaUan
He petted with e MILE.
▲ad heaeid: M No fear, tny brother.
Leak God think it» sin;
For He tent the ana to wkejewr key*
And your friends tegetfc Is."
A NIV VMM MRIARi
Baid and asat Weaa t
•dopiad by i Drtnft family ibpnt tp
■MODiha atfO. mad m tbia Japtbliahad
Mr Add baa iwtiwd a big yoiil oard
aunouaaiag IhU tinlf Umb baa geaa
ladiM*,Md (Mm
toad n't miitd about Kudiug Of.AOqtbor
lo tako hia plaOfe
'f bia Maw Tatk Lamb was .13 Jttrf
oltL Ha mid ao at tba depot oa bia art
rittl, Bad half u kaw bin ha reiter
ated tba •utttuet bI tba bona*, and
added:
•And if yoa don't believe it, tb«
mil a* B I'wrt Tbat'a tba sort of a
aprtag gun I am. aad doa't ym a forgot
it.*
do cbaaoo to. Ha eta witt bik ragera,
wipad bii aonii at Unlaws aad
!^^SSfSSWt
Wart to baPB bia bair cia>i< or bis
fact washed aa a tagalar baafaiea. On
bia flrak aiaalag b» ilippai aat, had
tbraa fights aad NRiaa dag, aad whaa
banted up bo wbb aboot to taka bia
btr in b
Tba «•**£ with
tba bay for iwklit, aid they dida ta*
dowa oa JkaawaM
stoles*in aiaft a Middfria^
vol par a aad B pair a Be triads. itll'll
gut draak tafee. Wkaamauaad with
aad Bakad to do bßtt«r» ha taoka fresh
cbew af plug Inhaaßii aadropflod;
•Obi yoa Mtebigaa fathaar* |aaorik
If a foliar eaa't bape a good tioM,
what'a tha aaa of being aa orphan?'
Oa Monday of tho aaaoad waak he
aaid tba family dog laa atraagar lor a
qoartar. tßrvw tha mm aad as»i«otha
aMfj.aad wheal lookedop ta Baiaaat
ha tore a Sunday oeaA to piaoea. It vaa
thought boat to bapa apohoaaaaa talk ta
biai, aod one vaa Baiiad |n. Qapotoa
kia fiiißtaat lank. kaMadßid tha-iaib
tor fifteen minutea, bat aa aaoa aa ha
etopped fur br«atb tba yoaag ataaar
repUed; i
•Now aee bar*. o|d baUooa. yao MB,
waaiiag tiaia! I knaw ay little gait, I'
da, aad if yoa thiak I'»a annaa to a ail-'
lageMkethtatabs Uflad by aaybedy.
yaa'ta wiaacd yaar traipT
j Be *aß takaa ta Baaday Sohoot kg
the mn'fopl fm»
iaJbaß a MilaorbMß, wt baArid Ma,
dm btaTiAwaald W 2U«ha had
blaachod oat her freeklaa. They gaea
hia a Bandar School bock to fit hia
eaao, bat he fitted it to a crark in tbe
fidewaik on hia way borne.
When antral anadew had no effort on
tbe wicked yoetb, ha* gaardaan tried
the rod. Ha waa higgar tban the boy,
and Ike wallopad hiaa, hat within three
heora two of tba nuta wan taken off
hia buigy and thro am a«r«y. Thm
waa e lammd pannca ia the woudaoed,
ead before dark a window glaaa worth
eight dollars wan broken.
That orphan waa faithfully and duly
and parsiatantly wraatiad with- He
waa coax ad and flattered. He waa
lickad and reasoned with. Aabitioo,
grautude, fear and avarana were alike
appealed to in turn, hot aa ho waa tbe
firat dnr •» ho waa the laat, A few
day BB(p» he wee Wdd the! he would he
ee*4 to the reform aaheol at UtMRg,
tf there waa nay further trouble with
hi*. That at«bt be efcJw t* iti u«
cook, a butcher k*-iu from tbe pentry.
e pan frnet the MdeU<ard, and de|«rted
from the houae. leaving *u hta bed a
note reeding aa follow*:
"This tbown ar* no place iwr a N.
York or fun. I'm goia' out on tbe
plane* to fite Inj'Aoa. It will be uach-as
to toiler me. for I can't be took AliveT
0141G1* or a wbll-known
PHRASE.
Many persons h*ve h«ar.l lit* ques
tion. 'Who struck Billy P«tter»oi>?'
without knowing the origin of it I
propose to enlighten than a little on
tbesuhjec*. William Patterson was a
*«J wealthy tridc«miD or merchant
of Baltimore, iu tbe State of Marylaad.
In the early days of Praakliu county
be bought up a great uuny tract* of
lead in the eounjy, and apeat a good
portion of bis time in looking after bia
letereata there. He was eaid to be aa
strong aa a bear aod as brave aa a lion,
but, like all brave m»n, be waa a lovei
of peace, and. imte«d, a «<**!, pious
aian. Ne?*ct»>*'e« h«* wrath c >alil he
sseited to a tight i«>g pitch. OK QUI oe
easioa he attended & public gathering
in the lower part of Franklin county,
at eouie district eeurt grouud. During
tbe day two opposing b'jlUe* and
their frittnd* raised a row, ani a general
tight KM Un? COU'OquulH*'. At the L«E
ginuing of ibo afire#, aod b«£ir«) the
lighting t»*g*n. Billy Patteraon run
into tb« crowd to per*uad * th«ui nut tu
tight, hut to make peace and lw friends
But hi< efforts were unavailing, aud
while waking them some of the crowd
in the geoer«l melee struck Billy Pat
terson a severe blow from behind.
Billy at ouce became fighting msd. and
at the tap of bia voiee shouted, 'Who
struck Billy Patterson?' No oue oould
or wonld tell bias who wa* tbe guilty
party. He then proposed to give any
maa ftoo who would tell him 'who
•truck Billy Patterson.' From f 100 he
roaa to $1,000; but not SI,OOO would
induce any man to tell bim 'who struck
Billy Patter sou.' And years afterward,
iu his will, he related tbe above facts,
sad bequeathed SI,OOO to be paid by
bis heirs to tbe waa who would tell
'whe struck Billy Patterson.' His will
is recorded at the Ordinary's offios at
Gerueaville, Franklin county, Qa., aud
aoy one curious about tbe matter can
there find it aud verify the preosding
statements.
A Lhomw (VW.) paper nji Robert
B Ooktaen ordtnd ill work to OWN
oa his M* —ita it Cornwall, and
all that hM already hooa doM oa it
will be rwi to tho ground, to that
iwjr tract of what was eaoo inlendad
tobeeoaaf tho laot nwuiMi ii tho
o|ata will bo obliterated. The frooade
around it will bo plowed ow. aad hi*
dasice is to haea it dope witbia twa
woeha. Thar work of deoaaUtiae will
hoooaiaaaood «t oaoa,, IkoMMiwof
hit wife, who died xeosotlf ia Fsaaca,
wara broogbt lb a special irate Iroa
Philadelphia to Labaoao and eoaatgoad
ta thoir i»H wader the aear
Kpioaopal chu.wii, mow ia fouraa of (no
tion. At a>i ark of mpact. all tha aat
plojsat on the atcuito building ope
ration* of Mr Colemaa ceased work.
Tho death of Mr Coleman's wife is sup
posed to have !ed bi»n to ths above de
termination.
YC?»
Frank L. Plummer,
WATCHMAN! AND JEWELEI,
OW OsMsaiii
Idi-U Ua
fya, Ik, ft.
With W. WMfaaaMSTtMrt StMSI.
S.&W.W.R.R.
iI fiiilW
SEATTLE TO RENTON
• * '
——
NEWCASTLE.
MIOCKLLAKEOUS.
VRAUUNTIIAL BRoL
| • Seattle, W. T.
We woald aaanax tA# reaelpt ef oar
FALL AND WINTER
.
«TO€K 9
Which we nA*r at tke loweet poulbla prices; eo»
Oat lageT
DBY GOODS
DRESS, «OODB, HILKB,
Plaaancln, Deweetlea.
. cloaks. AMD SUAWLS, DOSIXBT, KMhBiiID
KBY. Bi.ANti.TB, CI.OTUB, CAMIMStO.
CAKFCM, OIL CLOTH, WALL
PAPBB, PUtST QHAUTT
BOOTS, SHOW, A
8U prats.
—itso—
A COMPLfcTK LINK OP DI'BABLE AMD PIMB
OLOTUINO. MATS, UNOBBWIAB,
TBCNBS, KCT,
at plain, enmluakable low ortrea.
Vraaentiaal Brae.
j *m> le.lK-oberlO 187 a.
SOAP! SOAP!
HAMUFACTTTKBO BT TBI
MAGIC SOAP COMPANY.
We era now prepared to • apply the paaple of
We*tern Waahlagton with tba bast article or
LAUNDRY AND TOILET SOAPS
liver offered for sale In thin market Alan tba
celebrated
Champion Washing Fluid,
At the luweat factory pilcea. Call and see our
namplea and price llata.
Washington Street* near Second.
The Magic Soap Company.
J. H. HAZLETON, Manager.
V. B.—Onr Boapa and Vlnlda waah with little
ar no rubbing. Full direction* go with raoh
Sample. JeSfidtf
L S. McLURE
•UOCMOB TO; !
11, W. HOWLAND,
GENERAL
Insurance Agent
Fire, Marise, lite art Accident
Diana
COUKTY, CITY AID TERBITMtAL
SCRIP.
Mom m Front Mtm*. »*xt door I* nywt,
nOMtf
SEATTLE NIIRSKKV,
Om milt Ml fron Yesler 1 * Wharf or
the mad to Lib Waebingtee
FRUIT"TREES
SHRUBBERY,
HERBACEOUS PLUITS
SmII Friritf of all Bale,
AIL &IRM BF BUOMOUU PURTS
iiwam|n«*4r4
T "'""ft ££***
L. ANDERSON
Kl.a IS Ul DIM Of
p
MISCELLANEOUS.
THE CHEAPEST PLACE TO TKM
I W AT
SCHWABACHER BROS. & CO.'S
SCHWABACHER BROS, k CO.
GOVE & WILSON,
COMMISSION MERCHANT®.
ANb DKALEKB IN
All Kinds of Produce, Hay, Grain, Floor, Feed, Etc.
iOMTI FOB TAOOM A UML
YWliarf. Mcattlc, W. T,
Mlt4l«4l
' *1 4> f*i V< li ,
SAMUEL KENNBT,
BMC JR n CJ IE A. nr TP v 3D O It
HAS O* HAND A CBOICK A«3ORTMf:KT or
GENTS' SUITS AND FURNISHING GOODS
-AU«-
BmK IhtM, Brtfaai, RikWr Uair. as.l MUmi' Oalion,
An 4 la roaß*rtloa thmwlth t IM üßorta*at*f roralcn and Dourtle CIMIWM. »o~ki-
BSBIMB, Ad., k« M which ks WIU BBk« to OfdtT Bt Llt<i| llilm
COUMtBCIAL STHSST. SEATTLE. AT raa OLD (iin or Ctiuiti * CUM LEM,
HUGH HcALEER CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Stoves, Ranges, Tinware,
tOPPBRWIRB GRAM TK
STEAM PIPE, OAS PIPE.
STEAM AND ASSORTMENT <>■
GAS FITTING Brass Goods
SHEET LEAD, SHEET COPPER AND ZINC.
All JOB WORK pertaining to tbe business promptly attended to.
Orders from abroad solicited, and satisfaction guaranteed.
HUGH MeALEEB & CO.,
COMMERCIAL STREET, SEATTLE, W. T.
Seattle, June Ist, 1878. jeß-dtf
WADDELL & MILES
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN|
»
Ranges, Ceok, Parlor aid Box
STOVES,
Brass IWAr#
Pips „
Pftttags, %g ~-m\ *5?
Bt—m Whittles, Oooga, Steam and Water Gauges. Globe VsWm, 4o
MALLEABLE IRON FITTINGS.
. Plnwblnff, Copp«r-Mmltl*l«if,
MTEAM AND OAK FITTING,
(Ml mm* «i«BlM Um nUNCOmA BANOIIi «»»to mm* Dwkto Om i mm
uiumth MlilnmiMjUrttr IKWP, NiwMw •• »-*•> Of*. Allftth
wniWlMitimitVan. Till>i*iWirwlitloliitiwj—— •
Mill B*r—l» B«attk W. T. i<mw«i
WA OHONG * CO,
CHIIVJI THA HTOXIK
Alb m m
■Mgg*
TEA DIRECT FROM CHIN*, THE PUREST k%Q BEST.
DMler to Slo«. Oplia sad ill Kioda of CMp* Goods.
. ' Ml 4«
IfMcy (Tmmm Mi) Suttlt
mm m mssa umki utmi
IAI^'MSSSUML
JB* " 6,w i!SßLa.
BANK IXCHANQV
■UTAUKAMT,
Tmn I WITWifl fMIMTMi
Iff IT.T. SLQUEfI,
f*. DENSMORE
Nun n
FRESH AMI SALTED KITS,
MP •
VEOBTABLm -
•acKatavap?-
■»*. c *" w
|Sgygarsar*2arsis
NO. 33.

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