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VOL. HI. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Jot " ***** --VAUOUT LEARY, 7%R>NVNRS- AT-LA W. 80LICI rnfLS IN CUASCKIIY. «4 PROC- L°OMIX ADMIRALTY. «UJ t nrtl- t« ,be DUtrlct and »opr«ne will W*etol altentirm to OJI *• T «yanclnK. sc.; aJao to the pnrctiaa. Xp. JENKINS, • SEATTLE, W. T.. «.OBVKY-AT-LA W, SOLICITOR AL Z rfuycfe/iY. ANI) PROCTOR ',j ADMIRALTY. mhil C.H.lawow. ELLSWORTH & HIHFORD, Attorney**- At- Law. Iffiff.Prißfnthal Boildinf t Co.amercial SI: •BATTLE. W. T. «111 wartle. to all Court. of Wellington Ter special attention given to Brakroptey IRSTSTO. HEWES, M.D. IK if Ut first Lady Graduate* ii ledirine, OflHibsr service. to the people of (battle and dMltotb Pacific Coast. K_ Doctor Hwn come# We.t after ten years if iniwlir* and aurceaafol practice. Will open wrfcowetotbealrk. Mother, can find a home, with tbe be*t medical attendance during confine- Mat and palle.iU for jeneral medical treatment. Will treat the lick bv letter, and All order* for tfadjcla. by mall or eipreaa. Mdeaee oa Union itrwt. between Fourth and flttk. mjWdwtf DR. G. BRYANT, Physician and Surgeon. NEWCASTLE, W. T. DRS. A. * H. B. BAGLEY. UoHuropat hints, SEATTLE. W. T. D*. H. B BAOI.EY, LiTE PBOFEHSOB OF Principles and Practice of Surgery in the Michigan Centra! Medical College, will make Operative Sorgwy and Surgical Disease* especial ly, at,4 will attend to calls In auy part of the %e«#4. dl ' J IHUXCALHOIJN, Seattle, W. T. Cttee Ha. 1, Dispatch Building, opposite Occi dental Hotel. DR.G.A. WEED, SI'KMKOX AND PHYSICIAN, SEATTLE. W. T. D. LOCKE, M. D., DENTIST, Permanent Oflloe— Front Boom, np-stair* flMsathal's Block. Seattle. W.T. Jy3l DENTISTRY. J. a. OBASSE, DENTIST. OF MR9& ilea la Stone k V • t tt'a New Bulld >».nr lag on Oomoiercial street. All work IWMM. jam J.S. M AGGS, Dentist, OFFJIC E, MILL STREET, o*st laddie aa<l Harneea Store, BAST OF OC CIDENTAL HOTEL. ns. EDGAR BRYAN, JlWary PNftfir, CoiTeyancer and School Clerk. BsallsUte for Ma. Oollectloiie made. Agsat for North Pacific Mutual Ufe Insurance Osnpaay. ■P Oftce with Oalllgaa k Clarke. ••Mawtf EISTVfICK. MORRIS i CO. Civil and Mining mraiNssizis, (loom No. «. Burnett'. Buildtnc.l 'w.tkMMrrlal 4k WaihlHgt** Mrttu •aattle, Wash. Territory. ••I (Mather mineral lands ak« mlnea. eur- I 2* Maalned, and reported upoa Plana and 2*alas for mining Improvement* furnahed JsMlattaattoa (Ireu to land aurvaya. aad to tha , city lota and blocks. Maua aad draw ■sakaataally iiaaatel Wo v. if. l«». A. MACKINTOSH,! '•Ury Public and Conreyancrr, j Estate and Tax Xgent. ®®" , P'eta Abatract of Title to all Laada Will attend to tha parchaae aad ] zT*»fafc anywhere on Pu«rt Hound. Special »-" M — faM to Traaafar of Baal Batata and | Patronage aoltcited aad aatia ' •Si'BaaM*- stoaat, Marty oppuatte the'Oc- SSOP DISSOLUTION. TV f**T»Eaamp szia-nxo bottom a aad L B. NASH, as Attor *sy dlajoiwd. Mr. Waite will ba at tha old (AM. w - T - Jsty aOh, ISTT. JyiT WLM OF BISSOLIITION; u HEBEBV OIVEX THAT THE »BlßCr**g hetatefoee nu«i| letnea NE%m»: Sf 011 E. L JEWMT. at tha •SbM* ""s**. BeatUa, W. T.. la thia day WM. C. SMTTH. A Proverb. I'm not a superstitious man, With any blind belief in fate; Hut through my veins a shiver ran At something which I read of lati. I Rlancfd a boo* of proverbs through To pass some moment spent alone, And there the sayiug met my view, . That "Soon or l&*e all thing* are known." I laid the bonk aside and thought About the secret* of my life; A wild career, with failings fraught. And long repented errors rife What uiatterea that above the heap Tbe la|>se of years a mound had thrown, The aX of fate goes straight and deep, And ' boon or late all things are kn<»wn." Nay. gentle reader, do not start And picture me a man of crime, Because I'm faint and sad at heart To think of what may come in time. Let bim be first to raise his hand, And cast at me the cruel stoue. Wbo feels he can unflinching stand Where "Soon or late all things are known." Love and Woe. In East Tennessee, prior to the Wreak ing out of the late civii war, there lived a young husband surrounded with nil the pleasures of n happy family and the comforts of this life. At the tirst rail to arxiis he bid adieu to his young wife and only child and went to battle. In the winter of 1864, being broken down and unfit for the service, b* re ceived hia discharge and, hastened home to greet his wife and child, whom he had not sean during his term of service. His home pleasures, however, were of but short duration, for soou after his ar rival bt> was arrested for disloyalty, and banished across, the Ohio river. Ar riving at Atlanta, he weut to work in dustriously. But he was not permitted to cherUh his anticipated pit autre long, for while toiling among newly made friends I e received the sad intelligence that his wife and child had siekeued and died. This was r< liable, as he thought, and he became sad and de spondent. No longer could he toil and labor for them, and with a dejected spirit he became a wanderer. After five years of wandering in the far West, amid the wild scenes of fron'ier life, lie turned his steps back to the States, and on locating not far distant from Nash ville he met a poor but lovely widow, with her only child, a daughter, scarce ly ten years old A new era seemed to dawn upon his future, and soou bis ac quaintance with this good woman ripcucd into love, and lie resolved to take herself and child and be to them a husband and father. Not very long ago an attorney of Nashville received a letter from a lady in East Tennessee, stating tlist she was informed that her husband, who had loft by shortly after the close of the war, had died, leaving considerable property, and as she aud her o-ily child were i»por and in needy circumstances, requested the attorney to examine into the estate, and inform her of its condi tion. The attorney learning the con dition of things, communicated the facts, a* lie lyidcrstood them, to the ladv in East Tenuessee, and she, believ ing that her husband bad proven re creant to his marriage vows, concluded to file a hill for divorce and alimony. It was prepared and mailed to her at her home, and in due time it was leturned to the attortiey, sworn to, jvbo filed il in court, aud obtaiued sn attachment, wbicb was levied upon all the property claimed and owned by the husband. When the writ was served upon him he was at his usual business, which he sud denly dropped as if struck by lightning. "Great Qod ! what is that you read, Mr. Sheriff ?" On coming to from his shock, be took the paper, and aeiing that it was in the name of his long-neglected but not- i forgotten wife, he rushed to the attor- j ney's office for more information. On ' l>eing told there was no mistake, the poor wretched man stood before hitn with great beads of perspiration drop- j pins from his forehead, and exclaimed : -Is there no remedy. Tell ote. sir. what am Ito do? Is there no escape from this disgrace r >lv poor wife—no,! the woman I have loved for the last five years and called my wife is now lying j at the ]>oiut of death with consumption, and her poor daughter, who ftom child hood had called me father, will forever curse and hate my name." The living woman was made aware of all the facts, aud angel-like, just as she passed away, expressed the desire that ber husband— for such she would call him until death—should go and lire with Mrs. Kogers, and lw to her and their two childn-n a devnttd husband and father, as he hid been in the pa»t. Appropriately and quietly her remains were interred, -vhUe over the grave l>ent the iorm of a man whose every emotion no pen can describe. But the attorney's jiersonal, unknown client possessed a generous and forgiving dis position. She bad no desire to perse cute bis restless, uneasy spirit. She Mid. iu writing to her attorney 'lt 1 thought ray husband would be kind and good to me iu the future as he has been in the past, although I am ccm fortably situated in the house of tuy ag«d father, who bitterly opposes my leaving him. yet I, for the sake of the child I bore my husband, would leave j the roof that now gives me shelter, and ' share hi* trials the balance of my life." The wretched, husband on calling at the attorney's office, was shawti the letter | of his wife, aud after revlmg and de- Touring its tonUnti, cxohiuifJ. **Gon bless ber. Noble woman, thou art the came archangel of mercy and goodness She shall not only have my kindness and love, but I will toil and laln-r for " b«r all my dava" Seeing bis willing mm to share his little fortune with ber. the attorney drew a decree, which is intended M a matter of record, divest ing all right, title and interest he hau SEATTLE, WASHINGTON TERRITORY, MONDAY, AUGUST 20, 1577. in and to bis real estate and vetting it in bis wife in fee absolute, and the cause in TOart continued is, *e hope, to l*e dismissed. The beautiful daughtet of the noble dead mother is now h»p pily married, and the father is prepared to bring his first love and only child to their new home, where it is hoped they will spend their days in "lie enjoyment of jreace and happiness. THE following intere»ting little dia logue was overheard at a hop one even ing at Saratoga, between a young man and his pattner, who had some difficulty in opening a conversa tlon: " I atn very warm," remarked the young lady. "Do you wear flan nel* r" ask-d her cavalier, with taafcr interest. "Darling, kits my eyelids dowivtf the name of a new popular soa£ "Dearest, wipe my snoot", aZ " Loved one, bite my pearly ear " wilt be the next. MISCELLANEOUS. A. o. r. ComT WASHINGTON, NO. S.SSS. ANCIENT Order of Foresters, hods tta meeting* at Masonic Hall every second and fourth Monday In each month. Al! members of the order iu good standing are cordially invited to attend. T order of the Court. m3l-dtf B. 11. RTLATT. Sec. TfL G-LORE, Importer of and Dealer In FURNITURE AND UPHOLSTERY GOODS. Parlor Sets, » Bed-Room Sets, Sofas & Lounges, OP HAIR CLOTH and TAPESTRY. Bureaus, Center-Tables, Chairs, Curtains, Picture Frames, Mouldings, Etc. Commercial Street. Seattle. W. T. PUL£TSOUNDSTONEYARD M. J.OATIH HIHIK it (he Hfad of Vriltr'i Wharf, SEATTLE. Erety variety of Cemetery Work iskiiM 1b Marble and all other Mum, with aeatneaa and diipitfh Aleo.tllklndaof Maaons" Building Material kept for the market. Also, agent for the sale of tha Sao Joan Lima. All older* promptly filled, sad aatlnfaction guar anteed. LA CONNER H « TP 13 J& , J. J. CONNER, Prop'r. Thle Hotel i< altuated in the thriTlo( town of La Conner, at the month of the Bkaill rlrer, and in the centre of tha great acrlrnttural district of Pu*et Sound. The Uouaa ia well eatabltabad, and baa First-Cltiss Accommodations For Faiulllea and the Tr»Tehn< Public. Parties on Hunting' Excurrions Will ftud this hotel moat rentrailj located. La Conner, W. T_ Jan. IS. 187 S. w PL EMU RE GARDEN. MT prune PLEA SI'HE OABDKX. | AT BENTON, Wl'.l be open on San Itsu from 10 A. m. to 1 ». M., and ocx week tayaaiiy tima on appilcatiou. Flowers, Fruits, Ice Cream, SODA WATER. AJCD ALL SIXDS OP FASCT DRIXEB. COXrECTIOXEBT. Ac . Key* always oa haad. Admltuare, IS casta: ( Urge parties leaa. 1 w r. nun. MISCELLANEOUS. BUY YOUR GOODS « m - . jj iff- w n o SCHWABACHER & c o THEY KEEP THE L AEG ESI ASSORTMENT, AND SI:LL CHEAPER THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE £*T THE TERRITORY All Kinds of Cooper's Work lione at short notice ail at LIVIVO PRICES and FISH & BEEF BtRRELS Alwajra on hand at the Cooper Shop of George Sidney, Front St., near North Pacific Brewery. Jyildtf THE STATE INVESTMENT AND INSURANCE CO. Fire db Marine. Cash Assets, - - $480,000. Principal Office. Ho. 409, California St. S«M Franetaeo. orriCKßii PiTia Ikmanra, PRE«*I.: A. I. BBTAWT. Vlee-Ti. Ciaut H. OWina, Secretary. A. P. HOTALISU, A General Agent* for O.*»*on ami Waabta *V>n, Portland, Oregon. FIRST-CLAM RISKS SOLICITED 0. 0. Perkins, Agent.. M. L. CAVANAU6H, MANTFACTUBM or SASH, DOORS, Blinds, and Mouldings. Special attrition glrea to SHIP WORK- Factory Under C*»lin*n'« Mill. ApH i«, i«n. • n>is-dtf E. B. Moore, DEALER 13 Frenh and Salted MEATS uid a general asaorfuuut of A- Also, the best brand* of CIGARS AND TOBACCOS. OaavafnttAltaae kmalwik BILLIARD SALOONS, Ac. THE ADELHH oA'liOOM 9 FRONT STREET, OPPOSITE YESLER"B HALL. B'iards. FLYNN & ANDERSON, mylS * PROPRIETOR!!. PONY SALOON BEN MURPHY Corner Commercial and Main atrert. opposite theC. S. Hotel. HIS it the place to vtaii to tan the Inner A man replenished. Cigars, Tobacco, Wines, and Liquors Always on hand. "NED'S SALOON!" COMMERCIAL STREET. (Forn erly occupied by Mat. Keith.) XS NOW OPEN* FOR BUSINESS. AND THOSE favoring ii with their patronage will find the Bar supplied with the choicest goods, and an obliging and efficient Barkveper to wait upon them. I have a number of Private Club Rooms for the accommodation of the public. Open alt hours of the day and night. NED PERKINS, j.v3l-dtf Proprietor. MERCHANT EXCHANGE Saloon! ON MILL STREET 9EATTI.It, W. T. The Finest 2 WINES, LIQUORS & CIBARS Constantly to hand. '* '"". WS^T* RtGBEY <fc CO., Proprietors. fhe* gldorado, BT VoiaiL MmiHi, THE- lielpS CIGARS Attached to the Saloon la a First-claw VANITY FAIR! The 5-Cent Saloon, As good a glass of Beer as can be bad in the city for scts. The best of Liquors 10 cts. A good Cigar 10 cts. VAL. WILDMANI CO. The Grotto SALOON, Mill Street. Seattle. I. T. ALGAR X NIXON Proprietors ZlliPlH IA LOON ! FRONT STBEET, YKSI.RK'S COBNKR. The Clint Liquors & tip:! J. GRIFFITHS, ' PROPRIETOR. mhlfl Bed-Hook BARBER SHOP! H AVISO OPES ED A SEW BBOP, AND having aerurad the aerucea of a flrrt-clau Artist, we are ptrpared to dl«p«iar Tontorlal I a turiea to the entire aatiafaction of all. Shaving, 25c; Hair Cutting, 25c Shampooing, 25c. Ladiea' and Children'* Balr Cutting au I WaalituK a •p», i*Ujr. Hbop on Mill atreet, next door to Bt.Charlo Baiuo«. jelS-dtf Ha CLARK, COXTKACT3RJk MILDER. GUAItAXTKKS FIRST • CLASH WOR K A r TUK LO WKS TIIAIKS. Haa a complete uutAl for raiaing and n.oTtng aad will attend to aoeh order* wltt fMHf— and diapateh. Front Street, oppoaita the Pavilion. ; . MISCELLANEOUS. Crawford & Harrington IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS s -E A X X £j E, w. X., Hare on hand a large and well assorted stock of goods n leir line, consisting ot Foreign and Domestic Hardware and Cutlerv ITMI «M! Stael, aMntei . • Blackgmitk amd ftrylu Tmmi*. Hemp and Manilla Cordage, Ctroceriesand Provisions, Wines. Liquors, Etc. * AGENTS FOR TIIE FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF LONDON, AC IST TALBOT COAL, FOR CITY TRADE, FOR SALE FROM WHARF BEATTif R u A l VFORD & HA RRINGTON. SEATTLE. T., J„l y i st , 1875. w. A. JENNINGS, WhuW.le uul Retail Dealer tn Choice GBOCBBIES, PROVISIONS, HARDWARE, FINE TEAS, CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, FLOUR, FEED, AC. Imported and California Wines, Foreign aim Domestic Liquors, Cigars and Tobacco. All Goods Guaranteed as Represented. Goods Delivered in the City Fr of Charge Oommeroial Street. Seattle. WJ. T. THE ARCADE ! FRONT STREET, SEATTLE. DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, GLOVES. Sec. Ladies and Cents' Furnishing Goods, Trails, VALISES, ETO. Our 'Spring Stock bits arrived, and comprises' the moat Faahiottabl* Goods in the market. We call social attention to our FURNISHING GOODS and CLOTHING DEPARTMENT. GENTS' HATS -A. SPEOIALTY. BOYD, POSCIN & YOUNG. NEW GOODS AND NEW STYLES DY EVERY STEAMER. L. P. SMITH <fc SON jCJ9P WATCHES JEWELRY, age bcfttowr-d since tbeir return from *- • —*»—- - California- Plrcse Call and Examine our Htock. Our Motto is—Fair Dealing, Quick Hales and Small Profit*. STORE ON FRONT STREET. Opposite the Brewery. JiIMN ■ —— INSURANCE AGENCY ! —OF— H. W. ROWLAND, REPRESENTING: Mutual Life Insurance Co. of New York | People'* In*. Co. of Newark, N. J.; Continent A' Fire Int. Co. of New York : New Orl.au* Ini. Amo'o, New Or leant; i AtU# Fire Inturance Co. of Hartford ; j Kt. Paul F. &M. Ina Co of 8t Paul; Franklin Fire Irw. Co. of Indian&Doli* ; i Kevere Fire ln». Co. of Boatoo; Girard F Jc M. Ina. Co. of Philadelphia i Union F. A M. Ins. Co. of Galvtstooi Home Fire Ins. Co. of COIUUIIJUM, O.; | Commercial Union, of Loudon. Capital Represented, $100,000,000 I •(Hntf NO. 65.