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vol.. I. PROFESSION A\. CARDS. H E. HATHAWAY, ATI'ORNKY-AT-LWV Wl!. Mt't.'l t/ f*r rttrj Pirti". at •«»«. •» t- *r hfcAT'il.K, W T. Q. * M'fVfiNi i C H B»*r<U). AU m*? , M DtuWi't. w T I M'CONAHI & HAHFORD. iHorttryn ~at ~ t.t r sntir ilttf * hi 4 htinrti i/ ttttti frartor* in . SrfHtiraily. Orri' B Cduimt'it ial Street, corner Washington, Beattle, W. I. M- X*r*mr *<•** La^af IrNAUGHT K LEAKY, \XI OUSk'Y* AT I. \H. *'*/./' / jVlt* IS C/IA St'EltY, it I'liOC p>L > IS A ItHUt A 1.1 Y. *11! prwtlr# t n ,lhm wis » »«l >trtw Mr l**rj »IH (rl*" «tUott"n t< Ct>l- >t.» CoDTntlirlhi! '. »!•" *•> ut4 sal* <>t K«-«i 1..U0- Jatf UU». IHTS. W ls V H Whit* '* ® N.»H WHITK & NASH. m WV V K ■» Seattle, Terr'y. OFPI'K,- DISPATCH HriJ.blXG i r Minav. H *■ DENNISON & BLANCHARD, ATTORNEY s-AT'LAW AND Prortorn in Admiralty. a#"«>H4'"« p..rt W*»hiugtt'r. 'errl nu or j. D P. JENKINS, HKATTLE, W. T., \ rnm\KY A T l. \W. SOUCITOIi IS I'll A SCKIi Y, A SJt ntO< l"U IS AIJVIItAUY. Jtxi* M. '* M lUiJJta McNAt <>IIT k HALLKK, Atlorneys & Counsellors at Law, PORT TOWKSEND. W T W. R. ANDREWS, attohney-AT-law. WUI ursftlc® Ib alltbe (VtirtiK'f lt»-< r«l in th» Trrrtt»'fy om< x iw irtlii i m ii.utso, or«o<»irr i t>fcMr*i., .«£»r*i «. *■ T C M.BRADSHAW, %iit o r#i #r, FOUR TO W N s1: N D, VV. T JomnJ M(H»U.vaa. Tu«»a pi hsk MHdI.VIU ft 111 UKK. attokneys-AT-LAW, SKA TILE, H* /.. atllatt«u4 Vi bwaltieaa In all par'* f ihe Ter rtbrj. DRS. A. ft H. B. BAGLEY, Ho m aoff at hist*, SKA'ITLK. W. T On M n BAOi.EV. LATE MIOIKSIUIK or I'rtitclplea and I'ra. ll.e d Hnr k 'er* In the Mii'ht|jaii Central Me>tUal srlll inake Operative an t ->ur«ji. at iM.oaee* a ial t*. and will attend I- ealto lu any part-»f Ihe Mum.d DR. G. A. WEED, hl KIiKON AND I'IIVKKIAN, BKATrLK, W. T. lilt. JOHN lIA K Kit. PH I'SK M.r .V JI KH K.l'. Oi l I ■'..••OnjraaacuL Statrr. «>rr<*rr* TWS FitHt.ina M.G.V.CJLHOUN, Soattlo, "W. T. oa-« Xt> I, l<U| *t< h l»'ill itp|»oatte O* - t dental H «*l. DENTISTRY. J »• i>rsTt*T. >■»' fffCSK ft- aib stone a Huniftt • New lluil.t •aarantred nJ HAM J. s. MAGGS, Dentist, OK PICK. MILL BTKEKT, and Harn««a Si »re EAST OE OC cit)k»i raL hotel. fj* ISAAC A. CALM Kit, Areto 1 I «"«*< 9 SEATTLE. |W. T. t. fumiah Ft.AV* av.d srtClEl f r Si -n all IU tran> »l i **t6le«i4 their cwnatru tUv«. a'.' tld w WORK OXEN Good and well-Wok.e (Ken ■« Mm ■ mo Smith's Cove, three miles below Seattle. The Guard of Death. The h »rr >r< of w if hi*> b»-"U detail •■dir. iliii «t t.rir.:? • •. *ri« *y aff rding <h Hi• * f ; t: t •- a' <1 trial e ! T th« '• ist • ' ir.d th** A' i'dir.t iii - h d» tails f lii ,*t L* •- !*->■., tdi«;i«* r< -js ctmpaigu <f N ir . v.i lit.« it. or. r%th-r. th»> u<- <)t-a«tr -;> ttio.i of the th- r» frt »t from M >~O W. The o' Jtnary di«s»t- r* of t retreat thri. igh an »■!.• tny'« r untry w-re. in t s < i f irf ; .iy -y th • ».'!•- - •• : i!V of th co; 1, an 1 of tu i iiiltit 1 . Ie» wbo jh ri*h»d rll ;. * • ii i"i --vh < • itik l. n' at h its rigors f<>.* h «.-ire«fs » h«> fell I* i.eath ti.m lane* t • !«'• ('< ■mi k« Y«t tin* i« *ult< ft# r • ng * i-itor- nf the ;<•«< t* wrmrt fcarfiiilf darttaftlvt. Hoverit «; in -mall f s <%r>>«ind the divi*i >ns of t . re?reating Krenchme:), i . refer f.t;>ing to «tnk» when- ver a -tui!! j. r* l» sm»* fr. in the n> itEi Ij»>dV ti it- is, if h ait I sti h sep »rati< lis u»-r» dally more iV'-aju'-nt. thru ub the r> laaatioti of di*< ipliut ai>d Is*' i.,crra-ing w*nt of provihions -th> re wa« no }x>*»ibility (>f esth»r r«--i«ting < r etcajiing their nt ti k* \N ill mounted "U their fleet and h o?v coursers, surh «is the rapidity </f their tuoVfU.' iits that they seemed f » >pri' gup fr<> u the • irtii, alw *y> ap p' whf n U »«t expected, and, re pulsed, awav with a aderity that defied pursuit, even if the worn iri«l harassed Kr. nehmeti had been able to attempt it for them, indeed there \u- but one resource. To keep us rlosely as jx.s>iMe together ; when at tii k> il by the Cussacrks, to form into »olid squares and meet the shock ; and ;»l>ove all, to pursue their march with the l»«ah! ]Mj«>ihle intermissiun, tor tlmae w ho hauite l dn 1 Thin w*> tin* remains of Napoleon's gr» *t army toil ng bark across the trightful waste* <>f tbat inhospitable region, but Uiiy leaving tlionwD(l<) <>t their number stiffening on its snows; tin- troops ot < ov .n ks >weepi-ig around tie :n. and bringing up tin ir rear, ready to pick up «*\i ry straggler whom fatigue or tin- hope of iter safety in isolated progr< ss ti.ii) -i | >:tr:»t»-«! from hit fellows. The main body had pasted on ; and there wm solitude on the \a>t ami naked step)*' wlii 'h they had traversed. Tie-cold \\*H dreadful, and » driving -torui of snow u«i whitening the ground to whi» h the intense tro>t had given the rigidity ot marble. Afar off. ui the re mot >t vt'TK> of the horizon, a • I«(k object might be seen dimly through tin . mid from another quarter come* » lirling on a trtx •P of < ■■•-aek*, with matiy a wild hurrah. 1 heir leader points to the dark objeet in t!»«• distance, and away they scour actirt* the plain n the direction ot bis »P»ar As tticy spproach they see with g'uu d< 1 itjlit that a band of Frenchmen i> I ..-fore them >ut these, it seems, are p» eparing for the attaek The square is formed the bayonets at charge. The Cossacks gallop found and round, as if M-ekn g for a point of vantage to attaek tin Frenchmen stand firm, presenting everywhere a bold and steady front, wlreh M enu to da*h the courage of the assailant Meantime the snow comes DOWN HI wreath*, and i» fast gathering in white mass* s on the dark uniform* of the brave Frenchmen. Round and round th«< (?osi*aeks wheel, approaching nearer ever) nenei.t yet not a hand i- stirred in tli»t human citadel ; iiof*» musket is fired although every shot might tell. At ungth the Uader of the 4 iHMck* shout* " Forward to the eh.»rge"'and with a ru-h they thng themselves upon the dead. At tilt) *hot the foreiuo-t rank of French men lalU. » row of stiffened corpses, on the plain. Tluy hid been fioacn t<» death there where they *to«*l ; an i there, perhaps, they would have *to«*!, until the next •» .miner's In at had gm n relaxation to their rigid muscles, but for the wild attaek of the tierce desert warriors. Romantic Scenes in Rachel's Life. Before tli»« s>ated |>uMii\ beneath the trr*. in the C hamps Elv*ees, an old woman u*cd to apjn-ar. \%ith a slip of cirp« t on her arm, a fiddle !»ene*th it, unt a tin cup hanging to h<'r little fin- She * »., clitM'ly follow* d by a «ltm. pale, :Urk, twit tire) ey«-d girl, thoughts seemed to he with some w rid t"ir i*w \\ When the woman hud -jr<ad the i ,irp»'t. hid placed the eup »t one o>rn« r. and hid mt»|hhl a few hideou* note* on the fiddle, the pule, dark-eviti adtanoel. and rrci'ed from Ka« ilie and CorneiSle. With h-r br.iutiful head rai»«<l. with •light, nre, but m>M graceful a* t:on, with v ice and emphasu in exact ac Cord \»itii her word*. the |>al« faced, gtrl enraptured herout-of door Anon-nee After * time »he wm seen n<» more and it » concluded that her >'wii inward tire 1 id utterly consumed h< r, a 1 »hr f.»r£Ott*n. By and bv »h* df-vnd'd on the deserted tem ple of a new queen—n*V. a gtaldeas. luring the name of Haehel. A- th.' »u <dued and charmed public ga*ed and listened a: d *« nt up their nu>t.*r of pr*t*< .md th«ir shout of adulati-ui, in*Mii'ii«« th< |»ale-f;iC*d U.ri w|n> ■> d 1 • fr> l?e U*t;t *th the st«r-» m tbel'han p Kiy»e-«can* ujv n them. Some, h«>we»ir. o uld no resatn bltthi Otliers ien;« i the possibility of identity Utw. nthe al servant of the muse in the open air and the Klori' us but jai t%«- d. tUrv eyetl queen t tragedv. <«t*upyi; j; throne which none e»mid dispute with h« r. When half of hr brief, splendid, n traiagint. rt blau»el«-as reigu w 'is over, M lie. K*-.hel g i*« » • h. ~•»< warm on the occasion of •»p ni: it h« r «.,>« aud gr*rg»ftt*ly fur n.shrtl man>n>n ui the But Troncin. During t i« evtntngthe h"Stea* diaap p rc v aiid tl « u titnd'iiOti :e«de»i tli.' crowd*xl t mpany in the gnat m : H n to *rn jjr th< tim-lve* so as to .. a v .• rtctoi f>r Mae Kathwl to appear at the upper end of the rv»om, as *he was %'iKit to Uv r the company with the recital of »ouie }<aaaagv« fn cu lta- SEATTLE. WASHINGTON TERRITORY. MONDAY. SEPTEMBER J5. IS7G. cine at i < rn<i»ie. Thrr upon ♦ an old woman with a •trip of carpet, fiddle an i tin cup. followed by the <ju«en of tr»g. iy, in the shabbiest of fr <ks. pa>. thoughtful, i w.th a sad snn - that was not altogether out ot tune *»th her j»*lr meditations ; aad then the c«rp,t being spread. the fiddle v raped, and the cup deposited Ila< h i trod the carpet a» if it were the stage, ai.d rectted two or three passage* from J he master-pieces of the French masters in dramatic po»try. anl nvved her au dience ace riling to her will, in sym pathy and delight When the hurri cane of applause had jtsso-d, and while i murmuring of enjoyment seemed as a -.ftcr echo, Hvh<i stooped, picked up the old tin tup. *nd w.-nt round with it to collect gratuities from the com pan jr. A C(kti.y Vior.ix. man. having the appearance of an r tn arnt inu*icuin. and ra?rying a fidd!e tin it r bis arm, enteral the of a jKjrk l.uteh. r. in Par'<, and f*«>r a ■iiiiiMgo, hen be cauie to juiv for it. however, he discovered that he had n > money with hiu», and leaving his fiddle a- a pK-dge, hurried away to get some. lli*rdly had he left the shop when a well-to do stranifer entered the »hop to make some inquiries as to his way He perceives the tiddie, at it, takes it up and cries, excitedly: "Why. it ia a genuine Stradivarius* I will give you .*>' »o fraucs far it." "1 can t hjII it," replied the pork hutcher, "it s uot belong to me, but has been left for a few momenta by the owner." • I'll give you 1,000 francs." Same reply. The stranger slowley and reluctantly lays down the precious instrument, gives the pork butcher his card, and saying that he will be found at the Grand Hotel, and will give 1,000 francs for the fiddle if it is brouget there, retires. The proprietor of the Stra livarius returns, pays for his sausage, and is about to depart when the |>ork-butcher offers to buy the fiddle, e.ffers him s(> francs— KK)—l5O. This last tempting offer proves to much for the poor devil, and he accepts it. The butcher p*y* the money, seizes the fiddle, which the mendicant surrenders with tears, and hastens to the Grand Hotel, where ho learns that no such jtersoii a- the ama tuer who gave him the card is known | IDAHO IN IMAMS. —There are now ser eial hundred Indians encamped on the bluff across Boise river, every one of whom is armed with a shotgun or rifle. They have lately become so bold that they vi-*it the gardens around the city and help thems< lve« to fruit of any kind they want, and often demand food of the women—who usually are aloue at home during the day. They do not ask for charity, but order it to be brought out immediately, with threats. WOKK LUIS commenced at Cap T; UriH N«z, in France, on the tunnel under the llritinh Channel. It stated that work will IK* commenced on the English side at an early period. • The U-ngth of tlio tunnel will IMS thirty mile*, and tho time required for its completion ha* heon estimated at eight y«*ars. It will be one of the greatest achievements <;f tho age. Kr. Notice* •All pera. r.i> »h» have d g* within the city lim it* not already lic*ma<>d, ha<l t>etier aectjre a 11- r»B»» and rolltr at onoe of the City Clerk Ten day* after thia n-'tire 1 ahall r»imu»ence the de struction of all <l »t:a n< t provi<le«l with aald collar K TI RNBULL, City llarahal s. AII:. September IT. IsTS. R. I. TH IKI, 1. M. Swnw, Ctty U. 8. Deputy Surveyor. TIIORM: & mm, CIVIL imsu m SHIVEYQBS Soattlo, W. V. OrftVv i>rrr firm sat*nm t Entraiut <>n Mill Street. Particular attention pven to the Survey of Lands in Kiiiir. Snohomish and What com Counties, and the loca tion of the Corners of Lots and Blocks in this city. Seattle, A .i< 15. l<re al« Notice* All re<"%- sre h'r»ty nidified that will b« J to the nlftl of the law If fi \iixl ea ►V*! tu d*»e»-rating <>r in anywta*- interfering with the In the Mae- nic Cenjft^-re. T. a He it. a Scats'.* l . A ;»• a3&-2u ST HELEN S HALL The Be it Ttrm cf thia Sth.>. 1 will b*aia ta Wednesday. September 27th. Three aUmcoal Tet her* ha*e h»er. ii. the'Faet t« f rIU Maal tl aeJ . t.e f r the fuott&f an t I"raw-.af Drpartßfet llarty apv*- fe »a«ie f r Um a>l r.*»s c i t 1 - »ri»ra » K>t SIX <«r to M>HOP HvhßlS f* rtlai.l aarj Notice* AH ;«ea rra (»-ieb«e«3 *° l * t * Flrx a ilatk are hereby t» t.i«J fc <>U stCaiU- a Clart'a re aa i aetue up. mhl sa-r» aU «• pmm <* *oiimMaa by la*. •** MISCELLANEOUS G. W. BULLENE, Practi .-*1 ftfcd t^-reti^-al ENGINEER ill MACHINIST Front Street. Seattle, W. T. • Is prvj«art\l to do nil kinds of Stoamtooat, Mill and. liOgglng camp Worls. m m Iron, Brass, Sieelor other Metals. All kinds of Blacksmith work done to order. n r M?m for Sale or "Hire Apply at Robinson's Ship Yard. Parti- a can I* supplied wltli row or aail boat*, wi »r w.Ci >it an lactiaivc W* W.BOBIXSON. Northern Pacific Railroad. Pa cific Division. fT?* IB|MS KALAMA TO TACOMA, DAILY, (SCSDA VS EXCEPTED). 1.1 Ave I AP.RIVE Kklama 11.20 A. MJ ra.oma Vnil' v. Tacor.a 7 A. M. | Kalauia..... 12:30 V. U Connection*: At Kala.na with O 8. N. Co.'* for all pointa oi. tii« Columbia river. At Tenioo with staite* for Olympia. At TACOMA with Steamer* fur S»-attlr. Olym pia and ati other poiutaori Puget Hound. Ou Saturday aiul We<lne*day at »l A. m-. with steamer* for Port Towtiwnd. Victoria. Nanaimo. New W<*tmin»U'r and Prawr Hirer. Connecting with Pacific Mail Steamship Com pany'* steamer* tri-monthly (nuu Victoria t<> San Francisco, Tbroujfh fare from Portland to San Franc ia«x> — Cabin 125 OO | Mwratr »12 OO Through Ticket* for salo at the office of the O H. N. Co.. Portland. Or. J. W. SPUAQI' 1 :, Central Superintendent II W FAIRWEATHF.K. Jun3 Oeneral Ticket Agent. Ye Strangers and all who feel weak and want to be restored ! Know Te! That you can have your spir its resuscitated, and the inner man satisfied, by calling at the riTSIIIDIEFUUIIiH WllEliE StoakLS, Cliops, An»l fell tli«" of th<» HfAf n «r«* nervrd Irs Ihr Xrw York »lyl+. Fresh Made Candies, An<l tu Am rtu.ent of FINE CAKES Ckmvtantly on han-1 Oak** m*d« t<> or •len»i>n th« •h Ttftt Dvtue. B»i! »uj i*t» an<l P»rtir« soppUM. M*jr l-itti. ICt. ■ P1IT00I1P1Y! E. F. DOLLAR HIDE GEOKUE MOORE Rait* of ltoons no th* urp" -r of th* V »tt,» MvkM ? ::i isng. cOTIMtr of i • u r » »: : V wUutt; strwU THF. BE*T OF WuHk DONE IN THIS OALLKRY AXD SATISFACTION Ci\ ABAXTEJED. v*tu*.s*v« tf GEOR6E H. WHITE, Prartiral Book Bi uder. TNMWATER, W. T. LAW Books, Paper*, Mu sic, By-Laws, Checks, Etc., Borxo AT SA.N Ka*XCUK<J VhULi i «•<-*& MISCELLANIOVS M G-LORE, Importer *»f ami I»» isler In FURNITURE DFHOLSmf" GOODS, > ' vv : ' : \ ::E 1 ivJ ww Parlor Sets, Bea'-Eoom Sets •*5 V if Sofas & Lounges, OF IIA IK CLOTH and TAPESTRY Bureaus, Contor-Tatolos, Oliairs, Curtains, Picture Frames Moulciinss, etc. Cooperage. Tliw un.lersigtu <1 |liw» band & quantity m BARRELS mWASH - TUBS For ss»'« at rv»- n»t>li' fr. ami is prrpiml t> furnish •!! kind* of w>>rk <>n dtiiiaud. All work warranted. Apply at the 8 hop, or to I'hil hp St>re uu Mill Mrt-et. auTwl'Jtl JOHN C.OUING. WISCONSIN HOUSE, Mill Str.et, K'twu'ii Ist and :M, St-iittlo, W. T. J. Mct'ONVILLE, Proprietor. lWni prr W»ck . (M M'tiH 25c. MVKItI VTllll.i: Cor. of Main & First Streets W. 11. BOW, Proprietor. HORBBB, BUGOIXB, CARMIAQMB, H'.i'»ox> .r,. imiisKs Kfpt f.Thir* Hi T*< r and iwdd. H»j anil • f » r <jii*Mty. »;«»}* on hand. ty ItagM fr mhll U*M( WMlrt twii'p a d»j with tb«» I *k«- W>«)ilii4t<'U fitfiiirr (ur the Oil Mir.*- PAINT SHO; & STORE By C. OKUKMAX. Mill Mtrif-t, oj.j »ite Ocdd'cUl >K. 1 7 7 /./;. H\ 7'. CARRIAGE, SIGN, AND OR3STAM E NTA X-» PAIN TING. A I>o IIOIM: IMIXTIXG, It *h t ( Ji e ari 1 rttw >ri%bl« r«t»» EC c:> 3 «>« M ■ T. P. FREEMAN Iltf ; .»? r ! t J, •» r w »t r» n Will •tr*-*!. Opp *it» O i i'ttti AM llll\(. I> HIM USE, AS ti«xJi» AS THE BEST AND CHEAT AS THE CHEAPEST, rtfc l<- prt» irM. THE SEATTLE HOSPITAL CVXI>PCTSI> BIT G. A. WEED, M. D., CmMMEBCZAJ. KT. I.ET M\:>" £ JACKsON. Seattle, w. T. T > th< *. «i. iv r t h"Ui' •». ac-1 ne<»l cmmfarttWlr r.*»m«, go»wl nureing -kiiilui jj' fi'ui t»r surgical treat n**-ut at n.okr.it«i pri'■«•>. thu H<»pital offers iiiiluci ni' nt- rior *»> ar»y othar ,ti £5 of t.v ks:. i north of San Fr.i! ~x> A| cither ir* p*rso& or by letter i<> i i«D'i C*. A »V EED, M. I> .MISCELLANEOUS Crawford L Harrington IMPORTERS AND JOHBRRS • • S E .A. T T X, B, *W\ X., Have on hand a largo and well assorted stock of goods in their line, consisting of Foreign and Domestic Hardware and Cutlery I ron and Ntecl, assorted. Blacksmith and Carpenter Tool*, Agricultural and Mining Impiementa, Crockery and €* Innsware. Paint* & Oil* Hemp and Manilla Cordage. Groeeriesand Provisions, Wines, Liquors. Etc. • AGENTS FOR THE FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF LONDON, &C. l~r* TALBOT COAL. KOR CITY TRADE, FOB JSALK FROM WUARF CRAWFORD & HARRIGTON. ' SEATTLE, W. T.. July l.t. 1875. - • «• MJ A VTIiK » R U G^gSTORE, M. R. MADDOOKS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN I>rugN. Patent Medicine*. Chemical*, Ktc. Prescriptions Carefully Compounded. Also Dealer in Wines, Liquors. &c. OliDKllS FROM ABROAD SOLICITED. tu _ It R. HADDOCKS. B*>attl«». January a, 1n74. rm&MAM & sjyoa, ♦ >, Dealers in ♦ Gents' Furnishing Goods Seattle Brewery, CORN Kit MILL .t FOURTH STREETS, SEATTLE, SLORAH & CO. Proprietors, and. Browers of SUPERIOR ALE, PORTER And the only Genuine Lager Beer Made in Washington Territory. jfc£»Our Bottled Ale and Porter is equal, if not supe rior, to any foreign brand. J. F. JfIORRILL,, Druggist & Apothecary, 99 hole»Hie a tut Ret ait. Commercial -Street Seattle. f.T. SIGN—OJLTJL" Y DRUO ATOZUD 8. W. HOVEY. W. W. BARKER. HOVEY fc BARKER, DEALERS IN General Merchandise, CORNER OP COMMERCIAL AND MILL HTRKETH, SEATTLE, W- X. aii Gkx>ds At tills Bsta>ollslimonl arc of first rate quality, \Ni> WILL BE SOLD AS LOW AS AT ANY OTHEK HOUBB IN THE CIT\ fg/TOood* drliretvd to Any part of the City free «>f tWgo. id-l NO. 96. fi