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VOL. 111. PROFESSIONAL cards. JFOXTFMMT. Jon* I.*A*T MCSAUGHT & LEAHY, i TTORynyS AT ' LA w - SOIJCI. TORa IX CIIANCMIY, rfr MOC- T OR<j IN ADMIRALTY. Will J"*""*' 00 Dl»trli*t »i> t Huprem* ' le^i jetry will special attention to Oil- CoiiT'T«n r inc. * r -. also to the j'urchae* inO U" l ' ,KTt * l** B D. P. JENKINS, SEATTLE, W. T. gjTORNKY-A T-LA W. SOLICITOR /¥ CHANCERY . AM) PROCTOR /V ADMIRALTY. mh'2l W. R. ANDREWS, ATTORN EY-AT-L AW, HEATTLK. W T. Wpll MRS. S. D. HEWES, M. D. HOMCEOPATHIST. IK rf the First tail) Graduate in Medicine, Ofcraber iervtoea to the people <>f Seattle «i,<t lbs Jlortli Pacific Coast. Mr» DocU-r Hearts ronn-i W#.»t »M« r tm years af coniitant and mirrmmftil practice. Will open k»r honw* to tbft slrk. Moth*™ can find a home. With the be«t medl«'«l attendance during cantine ■ent. »nd patlenta for ifnicnl medical treitmeut. Will treat the Rink by letter, and fill order* fur IfMlHne ><y nisll or eipreaa Residence on Union utrwt. liotareen Fonrth and ifth. my^y-dwtf DR. G. BRYANT, Physician ami Surgeon. NEWCASTLE, W. T. ORS. I. i H. B. BAGLEY, UomwopathiHt*i SEATTLE, W. T. 08. H. B. BAOLEY. LATE PROFESSOR OF PilDelplM and Praftlc# of Sundry in tfc» VltUfaa Central Mistical Collage, wilt neika OfantWs Snrg'ry Surgical Diana*** a iperlat tl, and will attaint to rail* In any part of th« •wad. <llß M.G.I. CJLHOIiN, Aoattlo, W. T. (Mk* Ho 1, Diapatch Bui Ming, oppoalte Occi dantal Hotel. OR. G. A. WEED, MKOKON AND PHVNICIAN, BBATTLE, W. T. 0. LOCKE, M. D., DENTIST, Fansanrnt Oflier— Front 11.mm. np-«talra rfanaothal'a Block, Seattlr, W. T JySt DENTISTRY. J. C. ORAHSE, PENTIST. or- IMBSK fl<*a In Hton* is 1 • »tt'a N*w Hnlld- Ing i>nUonimarrlal »It«it. All work • illtrfl. OPFICK, MILL STREET, •*W Saddle and Harneaa Store, EAST OF OC CIDENTAL HOTEL. MS. Electro Magnetism -AND HYDROPATHY ! Mt KLKTRO MtdNrir MEDICATED BATHH will Car* Paralysis. Khenmatiaui. S*tit kloda of Strtoiu Affection*. Al»i, wtll Blood. and riuM lhonm«h action of •■fcatt organa of the My. <*■» taken by contract. Matltk. Eureka Bath Rooms oemirs acKwaaacaca'a sroait. COMMERCIAL STREET. ••'Ml* H. DOANE. H. CLARK. ■HMCTORJ WILDER. WABANTKKS FIRST - CLASS A T THK I.OWKS T HA lES. ®**®#*plate outfit for raialnf and moriaf Sad wtll attaad to anch ordara villi <Uapat< h. Street, op|to«ita the Pavilion. MORRIS I CO. Civil and Mining «. Bun*tt'« Unlading,! * Waahlsgtas aireets Waah. Territory, "a'neral lands u.4 luinr*. aur- Sla a!rz' >*portad up»n Plana an 4 '-njpruTemeou fumahed K;:/J ,glia— Jiy** *» Uait wmn.iai toUa T|i^V* dt>k 7 U - draw- Mr- and Mrs. Paolo Ever since Mr and Mrs. Paolo had !>-en married they had been in the habit of taking a Sunday afb-r walk together I hey were not fashionable people, fur they only kept a little shop for the sale of confectionery and small fireworks l J aeki of crackers lay side by side: long rocket sticifs, red. white and blue, were displayed to the best advantage; an i jars ot French mixed and peppermint drops tired other jars of lemon-drops and licorice; while under the counter, stored safely away, was one little k--g of gunpowder. It was Sunday afternoon, and of course the shop wis closed—but to day Mr. and Mrs i'aola were not going »ut to walk. They bad quarrelled over their noontide dinner, a> d Mrs P.-.ala had told Mr I'aola that she wished she had not married him—and he answered that he w idled die had not. Now they were sitting apart milking—he iu the back parlor, and she in her upstair* bed-room. She had been crying, una he had been furiously angry, and both decided that they had made a grand mistake, and only desired to be sepa rated. •Th at is what they have told me marriage brought up.m a man,'' said Mr. Paoln. "Mother always said that husbands generally ill-used their wives after they had been married a year," said Mrs. I'aola to herself. All the world seemed dark to each, and each desired to pun ish the other fur it. At last Mrs. Paolo thought of * plan. She would go nnil walk by herself. ' Tlmt would make him fir.tly angry when lie camu down. He .-hould ste she could be very happy without liiiu, very. And with bulling blood and Itching head, Bbe dressed herself in her best, put on a vail to hide her lace, ami started up m the uiost miserable walk she had oyer taken in her life. It s«ein ed an though the people could see down into her li«ait, and know what was passing there—that she was set apart as a woman who had tpiarrdled with i her husband. Other wives passed her leaning wn their husband's arms There were girls with their lovers. How Paolo used to make love to her.- Old couples who hid lived together more years than she had known in the world. Ah, when she was old, how would it lie ? Miserable little woman. At last she found her way to the little park, where, in years before, Paolo had proposed to her. and seut down under the very tree and leant his he*d against it. "All is over," said |>oor little Mrs. I Paolo; "but how sweet it was." Then she arose and walked slowly homeward. Meanwhile Mr. Paolo bad conic to the conclusion thai in no way could he 1 so punish little Mrs. Paolo as by going out ulone to take his Sunday walk Ccumjnently he put on his hat and went very quietly out of the door through which his wife had passed a little while before. He had the ad van- j tage of not having swollen his nose and reddened his eves by cryine, but lie was n very miserable looking man. In order to look jolly, he lit a cigar as he went out, and threw the match toward the tlreplace, not noticing that the still lighted end touched the carpet. Then he marched down the street, but his cigar did uot g've him the air he desired. Happy couples walked before hint itrin in arm. He saw a jolly young fellow with his arm about his sweet heart's waist; he alone was lonely, des olate, unloved. So the unhappy couple walked the streets at a block's distance from each other, each lielieving the other at huiue. Kach so wretched tliat the bright day seems dull, mid tin; sweet | air poisonous. At last Mr. Paolo, like his wife, re membered the pretty Dark where In ha<l made love to her, and went thither; he s;it down on the old bench under the old tree, and rested his head against it. '•lt's all over," sighed poor Sir. Paolo; "but how happy we were." Then he also arose and walked slow ly ai.d badly home iu the gloaming. llow pleasant it used to be, Mr Paolo thought, as though lie were thinking of ages gone, instead of last week—how pleasant, it usei to bo, to come home together and eat the nice 1 little supjx r and talk over the people they had seen, and plan what their walk should lie next week. When they were separated—as they would bo, of course—how he would re meiulter it all! He sat down upon the step of a corner store and felt as though lie could not enter the home that was now only the grave of their domestic peace. At the same moment Mr». Paolo paused at another corner and looked towards her houte. There was the sweet though humble place to which Paolo had brought her in her honeymoon. When they were separated, she said to herself, abe should see over and over again the dear little back parlor, the pretty tea table, and Paolo opposite her. "Oh! dear. I can't go in," said Mrs. Paolo to herself "He's sitting in there angry and brutal, wishing we had never !>een married." • ••I've a mind yot to go in," said Mr. Paolo. "She is sulking in tier n-oui. *0 different from what I thought her. wish-1 ing she had never married UP " Little di<l those two people gue«« at that moment that they never should enter that door again, but it was so. Just as she took a step fotwardt and as he arose, a terrible explosion shook the street, and their house came flying out of its own windows The spark from Mr. Paolo's match had been all this time creeping ai.iwiy over the carpet until it reached thed<*>r of the store. There it might have deadened out, but that, in her temper. Mra Paolo bad thrown th« newspaper upon the floor. The sjwsrk caught thi? with delight, flashed into a blace, and caught a rocket-etick and went tinder the counter to the barrel of gunpowder So their houae came out of its win dows to meet Mr. and Mra. Paolo. Fortunately there was an empty lot on one aide, and a half-flniehed hotiae SEATTLE, WASHINGTON TERRITORY. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 9, 1877. on the other. Only the Paolo's h suffered; but the «tr.-ct was full of peo ple in an instant, and amidst them ru>hed the little woman, shrieking. "Oh. my husband' I left Lim in that horrible house"' and rati against a mau who Was -creaming : "Let me pass ! !>et roe pas* • I will di<- with tity wif", if I cannot save her—" It #3- Paolo. In that moment thi.-e two foolish people had discovered that they loved each other ju«t as well as ever; that that home might have i>een as happy a place; that they had only ha l a ridiculous little quarrel. Pushing the woman before him out of the way, the man flew on: but the woman caught him by the arm. ' Oh! «h! oh! you're not dead !" she screamed. '"Oh, my darling !" "Oh, niv love, you are here—unhurt:"' said he And kissing each other, they forgot the burning home and their losses, and the poverty that must couie. They had each other again, and those miserable hours were quite blotted out. "Did you notice Mr. and Mrs. Pa olo >" said the friend who entertained them in their houielessness that night. "How plain it is that they have never hail any quarreh ' They are really married lovers." So they were as happy a couple as ever lived, and they remained so de- , spite their looses and privations. But they had been very near the rapids where so many bo*ts go over into the whirlpools of separation and divorce, and they knew it. And yet they only quarreled about her boots, which «he declared were loose enough and he maintained were too tight. TUCK happiness is ot a retired na ture, and an enemy to pomp ami noise; it arises, in the first plac.% from the en joyment of one's self, and, in the next, from the friendship and conversation of a few select companions. False happi ness loves to b»i in a crowd, and to draw the eyes of the world upon her. Shu does not receive any satisfaction from the applause she gives herself, but from the admiration which she raises in others. AN itinerant preacher of Virginia be ing invited to hold forth in one of the back settlements, taking for his text the words: "Though after my death skill worms destroy yet in my flesh shall I see God," divided his text into three parts, thus—First, the skin worms; secondly, what they done; and, thirdly, what the man saw when he was eaten up. AT a duel the parties discharged their pistols without efiect, whereupon one of the seeonds interfered, and pro posed the combatants should shake hands. To this the other second oh jetted as unnecessary; "For," said he, "their ha ids have been shaking this half hour." •I NEVER saw so many people out of doors as I did yesterday," said Smith. "Why didn't they go to a door factory and buy some, if they were all out of 'em?'' asked Jones MISCELLANEOUS PUGET FOUNDRY! WIIITF, & TENNY, SUCCESSORS TO J. F, A T. WILSON. 1 LI, KINDS OF I HON' AND RRASS CAST- V tugs done at San Francisco pi ice*. Ordera fr. iu n'l part - of the Sound wtll t>« filled wljh prcmptne«M and dixpatcli. apkt-daw SEATTLE G-rist Mill. I THE I'NDERSIfiNED. BAVINO LEASED THK Mill formerly ma by Bteteon k Poat. on YESLER S WHARF, 1» prepared to manufacture a superior article of OKAHAM FLOrR. CHOPPED FEKD, he. Barley and other Orain chopped on short notice au I at |t>wi«t rate*. Oram «ent by steamer from any part of the Soiiud. promptly ttruand and returned. Farm Produce of all kind* bought or sold on cntimlaaioD. MMIVU OEOROE EDWARDS. Dress Making. i MS. H. R. NPiMiLE VXXOFNCES THAT SHE nAS OPENED A Sh.p OB j CHEERY STREET, Between Fr. Nt and Second litre. U. where the will be pleaee.i to meet her old and new coat Pin era. jepao New Goods OF TH E LATEST STYLES. JI ST RIVF.IVED AT Mrs. Harrison's OK CHEItBY STREET. pxßKiSi MAKISO DOKB IK THE yCICKBBT IXJ U—. —<»««*• Mil rwimtili tmum of *mj MUUarrr FjMtMkawl la Ikt e»»j. vtU)» MISCELLANEOUS. BUY YOXJR GOODS « m 8 R 0 SCHWABACHEB & G 0 THEY KEEP THE LA HUES! ASSORTHFJT, AND SELL CHEAPER THAN ANY OTHKK HOUSE IN THE TERR I TORY MRS. APPMSttATK IiESPECTFI'LLY OFFERS HF.tt SERVICES V as a Ladies 4 Nurse. Rooms on Front street, uv.-r ROWH'S Grocery Store. aSI-dtf A. MACKINTOSH, Notary Public and Conveyancer, Ileal Kstate and Tax Agent. liar a complete Alwtract of Title to all Laud* lu King Oouu)'. Will attend t<> the purchase and aale of Isanti* any*lwr» on Huget Boun<l. Special attention paid to Trannfer of Real Eatate and Payment of Taxen. Patronage solicited and aatla faction guaranteed. Office on Mill street, nearly oppoalta the "Oc cidental Hotel." NEW PATENT. A. C. CAMPBELL HAS A. LATE IMPROVEMENT ON THE LEATHERS' ARTIFICIAL STO\K ! The Improved Patent la dated C 8. Patent Offl.-e. Dec. 13, IS7«-N". IV.SM. HY TBIS IMPKOVEMENT STOKE CAS BE mad* much cbsaper. fsster. sud wlttva better flniah than by tha Leather* uld patent. Any on* deeiring to see the Stone mads by this late pro cess, ran do ao by calling at my on Second street, Seattle, or at Dr. Baglsy'e, where <*an be ssen a VaM mad* of ibii laat patent. Tha Vsse I sold bin for 91*. which could not ba uisds of natural atone fur $l9O. aud then not any better I am now ready to contract far all kinds of Stone Work. Satisfaction given. or no pa*. 1 am aleo prepared to sell rights for any portion rf Wssbington Territory . Bb..p Rights for $25; County Bights from S3M to fI.OOO, and upwards Any person baying Bights will be instructed bow to make tha Stone. I am tbe sola owner of this improved patent for Washington Territory. jcSMtf A. 0. CAMPBELL Farm for Sale. rpHE INbEBShIXED OFFEJW HIS PLACE 1 in Uw Hooqualiule fr aale It contaias 110 Acrra Bottom Land and to Acnt Timbered I p land. eloping gently to the river. It la 11 tulles from Saoqoalmie City, at the river crossing, I miles from Lake Waahingi on. and M) from Seattle. fifty seres slashed, k acres la grans. « nm of upland grubbed for an orchard . ■*> toua of bay on hand. Tbe place has three-tjnarters of a mils frontage on tha river, is safe from uvsrSow. and has a clear stream of water running through, which ran be broaght in the hoose. barn or calk house Is valosble for lumbering, having a good deal of timber on it. and is the first key point for getting oat tie timber as tbe adjsosat ais or eight sec tions. and hssagood bay for hoosatag. The I oca tina is central, and aflbr.iss good steamboet lead ing A hotel aad store would do well there st the present time, aad it Is coavaateat to six log. da UK r- wow ta Ottmtloo. War farther particolars lamtiaaf atom OK WHITS, aalT4*wtf tnnqnalats Biver. W. 7 STEAMBOATS. Ac. STEAMER PHANTOM WILT. LEAVE SEATTLE EVERY Sunday, Tuesday and Friday, At H o'clock. A. M., For Port Townsend, And Ri turning Every MON'D\Y THL'RSDAY ASP SATt'RPAV Moßsixr.s : For freight or passage apply OH board. oot4 | ! ~ ; Temporary Arrangement! DIKING THE CONTISrASCK OF RFPWRB to the North Pacific, the STEAMER ANNIE STEWART Will leave Seattle for Port Townsecd on Sunday nights it li o'clock, and on Thursday mornings at a: connecting at that place with the Isabel for Victoria. Returning alio will leave Seattle for j Tacoma. Steilacoom and Olympia. on Tuesday and Friday evenings at about 6 ••'clock. THE ALIDA During this time will male FIVE TRIPS a Week to and from Tacoma ; leaviLK each night except Tuesday and Saturday. au'.':Mf New Arrangement. Until Farther Notice, the Steame" mijp ■■ ■« WIIX Rl'N AS FOLLOWS Leave BEATLLE every MONDAY and FRIDAY for TACOMA. STEILACOOM and OLYMPIA. Returning from those places even-Tuesday and Saturday ; and will leave SEATTLE for MI'CKILTEO, LOWELL Jt SNOHOMISH CITY, every WEDNESDAY, returning on Thursday. Eight o'clock will be the hour of departure at both ends of the route. aulX-tf | For Tacoma, Steilacoom and Olympia. i ~ "the Sew Passenger Steamer MESSENGER ! CAPTAIN I. O. PAIIKER. WILL LEAVE SEATTLE EVERY Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, AT SEVEN O'CLOCK, A. M. jj:il-.ltf PUGET SOUND STEAM NIVIGM IflllP'i. New Arrangement I'ntil Further Notice ! The Steamer North Pacific Will leave Seattle for Victoria ami Way I'oiti every Monday ami Thursday Mornings, at 5 A. M The Steamer Annie Stewart, For Port Towuaond ami Vay Ports. every Tuesday and Friday, at 8 A. 11. The fSteamer Alida, for Taco ma, every d-ay except Sunday and i * Wednesday, ut 10 p..m. J luyll-iltf NORTHERN TRJNSPORTITION CO.'Y, Carrying the n. S. Hails. ejttEZU* TaE REAMER J. B ljbbv, A«e**i63HHL> ('apt. Brittain.of the above Com pany, will leave Seattle every MONDAY, at 7 o'clock, A. m.. for Whldby laland. Itnaladv. La Conner and Whatcom ; ami every FRIDAY for Wlildbv lalasd, I'taaUdy and La Conner; return ing on Wednerdaya and Saturday*. r i rf™*' r- THE steamer dispatch. i* 'i ftafc Capt. Monroe, will leave Seattle every THCRSI) VV EVENING, at Hi o'clock. for Port Townaend. San Jaan Island and Semiahuxo. letnnilng on ftundaya. For freight or paaaage applv on board. i. C. BRITTAIN. Seattl., April J7. 1*77. apJ7-dawtf TO FARMERS & LOGGERS. THE LIOIIT-DBAFt STEAM KB jrr> "K TW A- r JP 9 CAPTAIN* L. OBEEX. WILL LEAVE SEATTLE FOP. Duwamish and White River EVEBT MOXDAY ATTD THrESPAT. freight ot passage apply on t>«rd. Will also wster vr-eselt, and tow rafta ir lighter*. KiF.EV IHAPMAX k BULLY. aaLdewlf Tlio steamer Fanny Lake J. 8. HILL. - - MASTER, WILL LEAVE SEATTLE FOB Centre ville, I toalady Skagit Sl La Conner XVBT .VMMtey awl TOwrnlay. MUtwtf MISCELLANEOUS. Crawford & Harrington, IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS SEATTLE, W X Hare on hand a large and well assorted stock of goods in their line, consisting of Foreign and Domestic Hardware and Cutlery Iron and Steel, aborted, Blacksmith and Carpenter Tools. Agricultural and Implements* Crockery and Glassware. Paint* & Oil Hemp and Manilla Cordage, Groceriesand Provisions, Win*« Liquors, Etc. AGENTS FOR THE FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY CF LONDON, AC nr TALBOT COAL. FOR CITY TRADE. FOR) SALE FROM WHARF CRAWFORD & HARRINGTOIV. SEATTLE, W. T. t July Ist. 1873. THE ARCADE ! FRONT STREET, SEATTLE DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, GLOVES, <fcc. late* anil lirats' KtnMiii; Trials, VALISES, ETO. Our Spring Slock has.arriml, and comprised the most Fasbio mble m the market. We call special attention to our FURNISHING GOODS and CLOTHING DEPARTMENT. G"EN"TS' HATS A SPECIALTY. BOYD, WIS & VOIINIi. NEW GOODS AND NEW STYLES DY EVERY STEAMER. PINKHAM & SAXE, ARE SELLING THEIR CLOTHING ! —AND— m mM M CHEAPER THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE ■ N THE COUNTRY. v.3 L. P. SMITH & SON Please Call and Examine our Stork Our Hot to IN— Fair Dealing, tyuiclt Sales and Mmall Profits. STORE ON FRONT STREET. Opposite the Brewery. JelMlf W. A* JENNINGS, VbolMU M1«1 Kctatl Dealer In Cholv GBOCEBIIS, PROVISIONS, HARDWARE, FINE TEAS, CROCKERY, i 6LASSWARE, FLOUR, FEED, AC. Imported and California Wines, Foreign ami Domestic Liquors, (lon and Tobacco. All Good* Guaranteed ax K» j>n«ented. Good* Delivered in the Citj Frw of Charge 1 Commercial Sti'eet Seattlo. W, V n»vc juht received a f,nrgc Addition to tli« ir Stock of WATCHES Clocks, AND— JEWELRY, Of etery desirable style and kind. TIK>V return their sincere thanks to the j.ublic fc.r tht» very geiierou* patron age bestowed since their return frnui California NO. 108.