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VOL. HI. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. D. P. JENKINS, SEATTLE, W. T., 4 rrOIISKT-A T-LA W. SOLICITOR IS CHANCKRY, AN/) PROCTOR in ADMIRALTY. mb2l v. R. ANDREWS, ATTOBNEY-AT-LAW, SEATTLE. W. T. aepll Jon* IMT jfefAUGHT & LEARY, AFTOMJFERS-AT- LAW, 80UCI ruts I * CnA%CFRT, A MOO. TGRH IS ADMIRALTY. fllJ practice In the District ant] Supreiua Mr. U»rr will gi*» «|x*cU! attention to 00l- Iggoas. Conveyancing. Ac.; also to tbe purchaea of K< >! Extat,-. rtCllti, 1K72. Jylß m.s. 0. HEWES, M. D. HOMOEOPATH I ST. he if tie Pint Lady Graduate* io leucine. Oft** b*r services to tbe people of Seattle ami thtXorth Pacific Coast. gis. Doctor Hewes comes Weat after tin yearn af eoostsot and snccesnful practice. Will open tartrate to tbe sick. Mothera can find a home, vttk Iks beat medical attendance daring conflue ■al. and patients for general medical treatment. Will trtat tbe alck by I utter, and fill orders for Mlctns by mail or eipreas. Bssidsare no Union street, between Fourth and iflh my29-dwtf OR. G. BRYANT, Physician and Surgeon. KEWCASTLE, W. T. DBS ft. t H. B. BAGLEY. HnuKopathiutH, SXATTLK. W. T. |\«. H. 1. BAOI.EY, LATE FROFKBBOB OF U MkMm and Practice of Surgery ta the Mfimlnl Medical College, will make B|siil Norr-ry and Surgical Diseases a special ty, mk *lll attend to calls in any part of the MS*. dl# N&V.GALIIOUN. Seattlo, W. T. Utoa to. t, Uli|<*tch Building, opposite Occi dental Hotel. OR. G. A. WEED, •VIGEON AND PHYSICIAN - , SEATTLE. W. T. 0. LOCKE, M. Dm DENTIST, Hnuneat Office— Frnnt itihim, up-ataira— »MW«tlMl'a Block, Seattle. W. T. jy:tl DENTISTRY. J. C. (.BASSE, DENTIST, or- MH tM tn Stone k 1 • etl'a New Build. lag on Oummweial .tre« t. All work Ifam j.s.maggs, LLr Dontlst, OFFICE, MILL STKEKT, fcwMdl* ui<l lUnipiw Stoi*. EAST OF OC CIDENTAL HOTEL. OS. Mo Magnetism -ASP HYDROPATHY ! M* ELECTRO UAItXKTtC MEPICATEP ■ATHA will Can hrt ytli. Ilb«uu»ti*ui. y.tf Uldi of Rrrtont AfTm-tlon*. *l«n, will Bleoit, toii rati** Uiorvn*h lon of ""■MlaiiaMol th« borty. by o»titr*.-t. Nuniiat Eureka Bath Rooms oeMtrr* *vHwtxi.nm> (roue. COMMERCIAL STREET. •»Ml* 11. DOASK. H. CT.ARK, Mntlß J BUILDER. Q I*A&jJSTt:K* Filter • CLASS 9<i *K AT TUR LOWMS Tft A IKS. » *wapuu outftt for rutin* ud worlM Ujjfc lM will iHn4 la nrh ortwt wt» di»|«u-h Blr»et, opposite the P**ili«»n. EKTWICK. MORRIS X CO. Civil tud Mining '•'•fc.l.lwiirtfi Bmidttn, * l * Wukl*|t«« •»*W. W«*h. Territory. t * Qd * u ' *Vli M T»j Love. if of he*ren, and not ef cartii A. l - aofav u»f-n say. It* plac* is by the pleasant' hearth For otte brief -lay, >\ men sod women meet ai-d ki*« An-I sol, farewell amid life's bliw Being of bf-aven and not of rartli Ix»ve cannot stay Too long by any plcasart hearth. But joes its way; •He-turning to it* native skies It goes and yet Love m-ver di«n. Hast thotj a loving hand to hold. Then hold it fk<t What time thou canst—it will grow _ cold— Love cannot last. 1 Kiss thou the tlower-awert lips that speak i Sweet wwds atul ki* the hlashiog' ch«'fck. He very careful not to wound, For earth makes room 1" or all thou lovest, and nu sound r _ Comes from the ton.W, While Love's fair angel with thr-e <Uys ' Detain the moments and the dav<*. Communistic Societies of the United States. The Amana Community, Amana, loira <»enuans Number of members about fifteen hundred. Live in seven villages, all of which haven common interest Own from twenty fivetothirty thou«aud acre* of land Business: agriculture, manufactures and merchandise. Emi grated to America and settled near Buf falo in 1842. Removed tn lowa in 185j. Marriage permitted but not encouraged. • Strongly religious. Call themselves "The True Inspiration Congregations," or "Inspirationist*." Present leader in spiritual things, or "inspired instru ment." Barbara llt-ynemann—now over eighty years ot age. The temporal af fairs are managed by trustees. '/ he Harmonist*, Economy, Pennti/lca ma—Germans. Emigrated to this coun try in 1803-4. Organized iuto ''The Harmony Society" in 1805. First set tled in Butler county, Pennsylvania. ! Removed to Indiaua in 1814, and built the town of Uarmouy. Sold that place •oUobt. Owen and returned to Pennsyl vania in 1834, and built their present town of Economy on the eastern bank of the Ohio. Business: agriculture, manufactures and merchandise. Esti mated worth several million dollars. Membership fifty years ago one thou sand; now one hundred. Marriage practiced until 1807. Celibacy has since been the rule. George Rapp was their founder and leader until his death at the ajje of ninety Jacob Uenrici and Jon athan Lenz are now their leaders. The Harmonists base their organization on religious principles. The Separatist*, Z<Mir, Ohio.—Ger mans. Emigrated from Wurtemburg in 1817, under the leadership of Joseph Kamiieler. Adopted communism of property in 1810. Business: agricul ture, manufactures and merchandise. , F.xtimated value of property, one mil- i lion dollars. Amount of laud, seven thousand five hundred acres Celibates until 1828; marriage has since pre vailed. Jacob Ackerman present lead er, but shares his responsibilities with trustee* chosen by the members. Basis, religion. Dr. Ktil'-i CammttnUia.—Tlie one lo cated at Bethel, Shelby county, Mis souri, was founded in 1844. Highest membership 650; present about 250. Mostly Germans and Pennsylvania Dutch. Business: agriculture, man ufictures and merchandise. Own four , thousand acres of land. Governed by president and trustees. Favor mar riage. Founded on religion. That at Aurera, Oregon, where Dr. Koil now resides, was founded in 1855, and is the more prosperous, having eighteen thous and acres of land, and al>oat four hun dred members. Their basic principles are of course the same as at Bethel. . The two communities are substantially : one, having a common interest Many i persona at Aurora went from Bethel, which accounts for the latter's de cline in numbers The Shaker'*. —Mostly Americans— a few of other nationalities. Followers of Ann Lee. Seventeen societies in seven states. Each society is divided into two or more families or scjuirate communities; so that there are in all ; over fifty Shaker communities. These bad at one time a membership of five or six thousand. The pnisent membership is not far from two thousand fout hun dred. The Shaker communities are a'.l large land-owners. Business : agricul ture and manufactures The Shakers are religious celibates Each family has its Elders, Eldreases, Trustees and Deacons; and every two or three socie ties have a ministry, consisting, when complete, of two males and two fe males. The Central Ministry of all the Societies resides the greater part of hU time at I/ebanon, New York, occasion ally visiting the other societies. Daniel Bolar and Giles B. Avery now stand at the head of the Shaker ministry. Thr Prrftrtionists. —Founded by John Humphrey Xoyea, aa a religious sect date from 1834; as commuuist* from 1846. First organized in community at Putney, Vermont. Removed to Oneida, New V>rk, in 184#. The branch soci ety in Wellingford. Cijnnecticut, estab lished in 1851. Whole'number of mem bers three hundred and on*. Business The manufacture of «tlk threads end steel traps, the canning of fruits and vegetables, and agriculture Social system, complex marriage. Theodore R. Notes. a son of the fouuder. is now President of the two communities, which have a common iuterest, inter changing men and capital as occasion require*. TKF IRTIRUIH*, A<I*IHIM '/i>im■ —- Frrncb. Ibt-ir lim *nd j,rr*»- il«*nt w«<» Eti«-nn«* Swuriij one million •«*»« nf l»o«i »u Tex**. be ««übli»h*d .» <s»loiit there in vhidi removed to N'»u»oo, lllinou, in l*4f, and in 1853 parduwcd hadl for • brunch oimntMifT io !«**• whi«*h >n SEATTLE, WASHINGTON TERRITORY, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 11, 1877. time became the only Icarian Commu- -j ld.i » there were .V) 0 IcArians at X&uvoo. The Icarians bive encoun tered many trials, including the death of their founder, and now nuskr less tban (tn l -* Their bu?*i.;es3 is mostly confined to agriculture. They own nearly two thou-and acre* of lund. Marriage i- obligatory No religion* bond. 7fu li'tfi rat *. Tueir cou.- munity at Broctoti, New York, wa* fouuded by Thos. L. Harrison and Lawrence Oliphant, in IS6T. Its mem bership nearly reached one hundred, but is cow much lev», owing to the re moval of many of its members to Cali fornia, where another organization has been started. Their principal business at Broc'on has been horticulture and wine-making. Their religion is a modi fied form of Swetienborgi*iiis:n , other *»d smaller <omnmniatic wieties wo hate no definit- statistk n Incognito. To avoid ceremonious receptions, which he cordially hated, the Kniperor Joseph II assumed the title of Count Falkcnsteiti. This incognito sometimes led to amusing scenes Once, on the rt..»d to Hungary, nis Majesty hal'ed at a po-tli> n-e. when the newly-born biibe of the Postmaster v.as about to be baptized. Joseph offered himself as s|n)n«or. The priest for his name "Joseph," replied he. "But the surname ?" "Secend " "What rank or profession ?" "Emperor." was the reply. The amazement of the* party soun gave way to a burst of gratitude when his Majesty presented his little godsou with the customary gilt, but in this case of really royal magnificence. (Jo another occasion Joseph alighted at a hotel before the arrival of his suite. The inquisitive host inquired it he belonged to the service of the Em peror. "Yes," answered Joseph; "I shavo him sometimes." Manv anec dotes are told of his amiable benevo lence. Hearing of an old officer who possessed a large family with straitened means, the Emperor unexpectedly called at his house, utid finding several children said: "1 know you have ten children, but whose is the eleventh?" "It is an orphan," replied the veteran, 1 "whom I found at my door, and I could i not suffer to parish from want." Joseph struck by this act of humanity, said "Let the children be in future mine; I will provide for them, and do you con tinue to give them examples of virtue ■nd honesty." Another time passing down the streets of Vienna, he saw a young girl, with a bundle under her arm, seemingly plunged in the deepest' distress His delicate inquiries led her t»a''fecease<3f *offfcer. and that her mother and herself were reduced to such penury as to part with their few remaining clothe* as a last resource. "You ought," replied Joseph, "to have petitioned the Emperor." She told him this had been already done, but without success, not concealing her opinion of his Majesty's want of generosity. "You have been de ceived," he replied, suppressing his emotion. "I will myself report your case to the Emperor. 1 know h ; m too | well to fear lie will refuse you assis- I tance." The girl iow broke forth into expressions id* thanks, which Joseph hastily interrupted, saying. "Allow me to lend you twelve ducats for your pros ent necessities." In a day or two Joseph dispatched a messenger, bidding her and her mother repair to the p.ilaco. When the young girl saw the Euiperor abe fainted from fear and emotion. On her recovery Joseph said, in delivering to her a pension equal to the appoint ment of her father, "I entreat you and your mother to pardon tha delay which has lieen the cause of your embarrass ment." You are convinced, I trust, it was involuntary on my part; aud should anyone in future speak ill of me, I expect you to be my advocate.— 77/<- MIM'ELLA N ROUS PU6ET FOUNDRY! WHITE & TEN*IN \ , HCOCESMORS TO J F. A T WII S. VLL KISPS OF IROX AND BRASS »'AST tn#» don* ftt s»u Fianriaoo ptiraa. Onlrrt fr*>m *1! part* of »h<» SotinJ will b* with prompt**** >nd duptlrb. ipJMliw FAIR WEEK. DURING FAIR WEEK THE— Steaner //phyr! WILL I.KAYK SEATTLE FOR OLTHPIA • OX Monday, Wednesday and Friday, AT » O OUVK. AM. 4ft RrlnrtUK •T. A Kf"ll» I>«it TI<'KET» FOR THE KOI XD TRIP, ti Ou < Tirff- BB>BW THE VMI wrkk «C«X4IM MISCBLLASBors. BUY YOUR GOODS B R 0 SCHWABACHEB & G a THEY KEEP THE LA KG ESI ASSOHTIEST, AND SKLL CHEAPER THAN ANY DTHKH HOUSE £N THE T E H R I TO 11Y - j NNS. APPLKFIATE I >ESPECTFI'LI.Y OFFERS HER SERVICES I I a* a Ladies' Nurse* R'jomii on Front atr'-el. over Rowe'i (Jro>ery Store. «21-<ltf A. MACKINTOSH, Notary Public and t'onveyiinwr, Kcnl Kstato and Tax Acent. llut- a complete Alwtract of Title to nil Lauda In Kin« Coun. y. Will attend to the jmrchaae aa<l aale of ljo>l< anywhere on Puvet Hound. Special attention paid to Tranafer of Real Eatate and Payiuent of Taxes Patronage aolicited ami aatia factlon xuaranteml. Office ou Mill otreet. nearly oppoalte tha "Oc cidental Hotel." NEW PATENT. A. C. CAMPBELL UAH A L\TF. IMPROVEMENT ON THE LEATHERS 1 ARTIFICIAL STOW! Th«- hUpKiral Patrut ia dated r S. Patent Office, Dec. 11 I(TT£ - No. i5?..*,44 1 >Y THIS IMPROVEMENT STONE CAN BE I ) mhli much cheaper. fantrr. and with a better Amah than by the Leather* old patent. Any one deatrtng to *ee the Stone made by thia late pro ceaa. can do an by calling at toy real den.-a on Second atreet. Seatt>. or at Dr liatfley'a. where can he aeen a Vaae made of tlita Laat patent. Tbe Vaae I ao'd him for ti'\ which could not be made of aatr.ral atone for tl». and Uea not any better. I am now ready to e* Dtract for ail kinda of Sto ue Work. Satisfaction irtren. or no pay. I am alao prepared to seii rliitta for any portion m'Wa*b>ngt<m Territory ah p Bigbt* for |£i ; County Bight* from tiio to fl.uUO. and upward* Any peraon buying Bight* will be instructed how to make tbe Stone. I am the aole owner of this Improved patent for Waahlngtoo Territory. jeHUltf A. C. CAMPBELL. Fara for Half. RIMIT I XDOSIOIED orrnu HW RUNT 1 la th«- t r Mir It TODUIM lit) A'-rra B»llum l*ud and Hi Acraa Tin.brml t'p laud. (iopiiig f*ctl]r to tbr tirtv. II U 11 tuitea fMu Hu<ju*liin<* City. »t the Hw tra—im*. » DI!» fnxu Laka W«*hlu*«OE. aud Aaattl* 1 ifty »rrre tlaabad. > actaa la imM. 4 §fw of upland (niliM fnr so orrhard ; 3D ti.aa < f bay on hand Thr pl«c» baa> tLrre qo»rtri» <4 a nul* frontage uu tb* rivrr. i* aafe fr..ui nvertu*. and baa a clmt liftan of w*t»r muilif tkiviib. which can be tvoaaht in tb* bmuw. bath or milk bnuar 1» valuable for :ui:,brrii .• bartaf a (<«d dral oi timber ua it. and la lha tr»i k<T putnt for filing oat lu liabtr am tbr adjacrut HI or M«bt aec ti>n». and baa a fuod bay for booniin* Tb» l<«a liiHi ta .-aira! and aft rd* * goad ata*n.boal aud io* A b'ib! acJ More would do wrll tbera at tar pri«a»t tin*. and It la oonvMUcat to Ms lo«- ftn« ram pa now In up«i*tto« lloaar and tout* on the placa. Cai.f of aelUa(. wrak ian^. F>* farther particatart inoujrt of oaoaoc warn. j aalT-davtr Mnr. W T STEAMBOATS, Ac. STEAMER PHANTOM WILT. LE.VVE SEATTT.E KVERY Sunday, Tuesday and Friday, At s o'clock, i. a . For Port Townsend, \nJ lUt;irnii.; Ever> MOVPAT THfRSDAV ASD SATrRPAT MORXTJtiIS : For freight or passac apply on bo*rU ocM Temporary Arrangement! DVRINO THE CONTIJiI ASCK OF REPAIRS to the North Pacific, the STEAMER ANNIE STEWART W'iil leave Seattle for Poit Towusend oo Sunday nlk'LUat IJ o'clock, and on Tlmrvlaj- u.oniisck at J: connecting at that place with the Uabet for Victoria. Returning alio will leave Seattle for Tacoma. Steilacoom an.l Olympia. on an.l Friday evenings a; about t» ••'clock. THE AUOA During thla time will make FIVE TRIPS a Week to an>l from Tacoiua ; leaviL4 «ach niuht except Tuesday and Saturday au'W tf New Arrangement* Until Further Notice, the Steame- SRE K ■* mr mm WIU. Rl'N' AS FOLLOWS Irf>ave 9F..ATLLE every MON'DAV and FRIDAY for TACOMA. BTPIIJICOOM and OLYMPIA. Rc tuniiijtf from those pia>ea every Tuesday and Saturday ; and will leave SEATTLE for Ml CKILTEO, LOWELL \ SNOHOMISH CITY, every WEDNESDAY, returning on Thurs<Uy. W o'clock will be the hour of departure at both end* of the route. aulMf For Tacoma, Steilacoom and Olympia The Sew Steaiurr MESSENGER ! CAPTAIN J. O. PARKER , WILL LEAVE SEATTLE EVERY Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, AT UPVPV rt'nf /*np a «* PUGET SOUND steim mm i«i New Arrangement I T ntil Furthfr Notice ! The Steamer North Pacific Will leave Srattle for Victoria ami Way Ports every Moutlay tintl Tburmltv Mornings, at 5 A. M. The Steamer Annie Stewart, For Port Towimeml and Wity Port<, every Tuesday :in«l Fri'lny, at K A. M. The Steamer Alida, for Taco ma, every <]ay except Sun<lity ami Wednesday, at 10 p. M. myll-dtf NORTHERN TRMPORTITIO\ (O.'Y, Carrying the D. S. Mails. f lh THE STEAMEB J. B. LIBBY, Ik Capt. Brlttain.of the ilkit« o<m- P*ny. will leave Seattle evrry MONDAY. >1 < o'clock, A. for Whldby laland, I'tsalady. La' OnunT and Whatcom ; am) erery FRIDAY fur Whldby lalarid, rtaalady and La Conner; return ing .>n Wednesday* and Saturdays - _«B— THE STEAMEK DISPATCH. MmAMC.C'P I Monroe, will Iran Seattle erery THrHll \Y F.VENINQ, at 10 o'clock, ft* Port Townaend. Han Jtiaa liland and Seinlabmoo. letnrniac on Sunday*. Eor freight or paaaage »pj> od board. t. C. BRITTAIN. Seattle, April J7, 1877. ap'/T-dawtf TO FARMERS & LOGGERS. THE LIOHT-DRAFr STFAMHt JJQGFC CAPTAIN L. GREEN, WILL LEAVE SEATTLE FOB Duwamish and White River EVERY MONOAT AND THTBSDAY. For freight or ya— ge af ply on board. Will aim w»t-r and low raft*or lighter*. GREE3L mm\ k BULLY au7-dawlf Tbe steamer Fanny Lake J. S. HILL. - - 31 AST EM, WILL LEAVE SEATTLE POB Cent rev file. ItMalady Nkagit SL LA Conner IWI .iMMiay MMD TAnrMfny. ' al*-d*wtf Crawford L Harrington IMI'ORTKRS AND JOBBERS * SEATTLE, w. T., * Har.> on hand a large and well assorted stock of goods in their line, consisting of Foreign and Domestic Hardware and Cutlery Iron and Steel, assorted, f Blacksmith and Carpenter Tools. • Vgricnltnnil and 51 ininjg Implements, froekery and Glassware. Paints A Oil Hemp and Manilla Cordage, Groceriesand Provisions. Wine* Liquors, Etc. AGENTS FOR THE FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF LONDON, &C Or TALBOT COAL. FOB CITY TRADE, FOR; SALE KKOM WHAKF SEATTLE V\ VF ,° RU & HARRINGTON. ATTLR. W. T., July Ist, 1875. THE ARCADE ! FRONT STREET, SEATTLE DRY GOODS, FANCY mnns GLOVES, <fec. ladies and Wats' Farafehiag Tritks. VALISES, ETC. Our Spring Stock has armed, an,l comprW tbe most Fa«hio table s ' n u " lnarkl,t - Wo call sjwoial attention to our FURNISHING GOODS and CLOTHING DEPARTMENT. O-ENTS 1 HATS a specialty BOYD, POM & YOUNG. NEW annns AOT NVW CTVT RC DV RTTPNW flmniimti PINKHAM & SAXE, ARE SELLIXd THEIR CLOTHING! —AND— CENTS FUKMSHINCI «0«M CHEAPER I'll/VN ANA' OTHER HOUSE IN THE COUNTRY. auß L. P. SMITH & SON Plcaae Call and Examine our Stock. Oar Motto is—Fair Dealing, (juiek Sales and Small Front*. STORE ON FRONT STREET. Opposite the Brewery. MMU W. A. JENNINGS, WholcMW Mid Datlrr In Clinic# GIKBWBS, PIOIISIOJS, HARDWARE, FINE TEAS, CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, FLOUR, FEED, AC. Imported and California Wines, Foreign aim Donieatie Liquor*, Cigars and Tobacco All (ioudt Guarantenl as Represented. Good® Delivered in the City JrM of Charge □oxnmerolal Street Beattlo. W. T MISCELLANEOUS. H%vf jint rootired * I.urge A<Mitir>i< to tin ir Stock of WATCHES ♦ Clocks, * JtT)— JEWELRY, Of e»rrjr de«ir«bl»> ntjlr nnd kind. They return their «ii»cer<> thanks to the jublic f«>r lbt> very gmt-tott* j atron age bet-tow<«l inner thi-ir n-tnrn frc**i» California NO. 110.