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VOL. IV. PROFESSIONAL CARDS C. H. HANFORD, ATTORNEY And Counsellor-at-Law, Semitic, W. 7. (O.T.ce la Ike Seattle Market Building) Will practice la all the Court* of the TeiriHry » Special attentloo given to c««i u'jo-dtf JAMBS MCUI'SR- *•* JtcNAUGHT & LEARY, ATTORN EYS-AT-LAW, SEATTLE, W. T. Also Resident Agnail of the North British and Mercantile Home of New York awl Plurali, of Hartford. Fire Inaarance Companies. AUOt'HT, I*7l. D. P. JENKINS, SEATTLE, W. T., A TTORNKY-A T-LA W. SOLICITOR IN CIIANCKRY, AND PROCTOR IN ADMIRALTY. mh'2l W. R. ANDREWS, ATTORN EY-AT-L AW, SEATTLE. W. T. sepll MRS. S. D. HEWES, IN. D. HOMOEOPATH I ST. Doe »f the First Ladv Graduates ii Xefcint, Offer* her services to the people of Sesttle md the North Pacific Coast. Mrs. Doctor Hewea comes West after ten yean of coustant awl nucceeaful practice. Will open her horn* to thu sick. Mothers can find a home, with the beot medical attendance during confine ment and patients for icenerml medical treatment. Will treat the sick by letter, and fill orders for Medicine by mall or express. total donee on Union street, between Fourth and Ifth. my»-dwtf DR. T. C. MACKY, PHYSICIAN & NI'RGEON, Li CONMKIt, W. T. DOVR DR. G. BRYANT, Physician and Surgeon. NEWCASTLE, VV. T. ORS. k. & H. B. BMiLEY. lioMwopathlitM, HRATTLE, W. T. DU. H. B. BAOLKY, LITE PROFESSOR OP Principles and Practice of Surgery In the Michigan ivntral Mf»t»-al College, will make Operative Surgery and Surgical Diseases a epwrlsl ty, and will attend to calls In any part of the Bound. dl» m G.V.C4LHOIJN, e»oattlo, W. T. «<mee Ho. 1, Dispatch Building, opposite Occi dental Hotel. OR. Q. A. WEED, M'KUKON AND PHYNICIAN, SEATTLE, W. T. Office Uoura at office on Commercial etreet. over Harris k Attridgs'e Drug Store, from 10 to T- A. ¥.. aad at eaaldeaee, corner of Madison asJ *• eond easels, from 1 to s r. M. DENTISTRY". #awk DR. J. C. GRASS*. DENTIST, or 9MS9& ties in Stone A 1' ■ t * It's Mew Build »*r tng on Commercial i><reet. All work taarai.teed. iam J.S. MAGGS, Dentlat, OKFICK-, MILL STREET. Over Saddle and HarneM Store, KAST OP OC CIDENTAL HOTEL. MB. Electro Magnetism -~AKl>— HYDROPATHY! MK°rR ssais Mil all kind* of Nervous Aff«cl(..n» Atao will IMrlfjr tbo Blood, aad MUM Ui»ruii*li ar«l .'*» ~f Uwdlftrail orgiuia of Um bo.lr OHM takan by contract. laqatN at the Eureka Bath Rooms orruHTs acawAßAcaui'i mu, COMMERCIAL BTMRRT. •oXMIm ,H. DOANE. XLCR BRICKYARD! BETWEEN Freeport and Alki Point fi C »P"OB BRICKS ALWAYS ON HAND ON D CRAWFCRE It HARRINGTON** WHARF. Fur JOHN JCEXNAN. and at th. TaM. - JJACOB R. OLSEN. •'Good-Night, Kittie." It was way out in the country where dissipation was a word almost without meaning, and the young grew up, eu joyed their simple rouud of pleasures, grew old and left them to the children. Bat into this quiet tide, a sudden, exciting element had fallen, in the shape of a gay young girl from a neigh boring tewn. Her name was Jennie Mordant, and •he claimed cousinship with Farmer Mordant's brown-faced and rather baihiul sons iu a daring, coaxing way that was new and delfghtful to them, and Jared, the eldest, catching in his frank, respective nature gome breath of inspiratiou from her, grew more demon strative toward others. There was a little girl living up at Low Hill Pass, as a handful ot bouses situated iu a valley among the hille was called, whose name bad often been spoken iu couuectiou with Jared's aud it was guessed that they mutually felt a shy fondness for each other. They had been to the same church ever since they could remember; at last winter's evening school they had stood side by side iu the class, and twice, when the roads were bad and Jared had been over with the cart, he had asked Iter to sit on the front scat with biui. This bad as good as settled their fate in the minds of the village gossips, though no word or special interest had heen spoken between them and he only called her by ber formal Christian name, Katheriue, at rare intervals, and then with a sense of familiarity that made biiu half ashamed. But after Jennie Mordant had tied his neck tie, brushed the shreads off his coat, pulled his hair, and called him ' a goodixh sort of a boy, considering Ins T*ratightens up," he escaped from her bright eyes and merry ways, and walked to Low Hill with a light step. As he neared the house he saw Kath eriuc returning home from widow Sang ster's, where she had been to take the old lady some milk. With one leap he scaled the hedge, ' and hurrying to tho narrow foot-path, he said, softly: •Don't walk so fast, Kittie.' The girl stood still, trembling and blusbiug, and then, as they walked slowly on together, she in a voice scarcely audible: 'What mado you call me —that?' 'Ob, I don't knew,' be said, trying to speak calmly and indifferently. 'You looked like a little gray kitten, moving so swift is the shadows; and then, you know, it is a part wt your name, and— you are sorry I mid it *' For she was walking very quietly. She did not speak, hut raiaed ber eyes with a shy, pleased look, and ho asked fagoily: 'May 1 call you so again »' 'Yes,'sbu answered, simply; and he did not know how quick her heart waa heating. And so tbey went in silence through the gathering dew and darkness up to the door. farmer Huhbell, Katharine's father, called to Jared that the gray colt bad spratued his shoulder, and while they talked of hot baths and liniments, the girl tied up the roae branches that a late atorm had blown down, put new strings for tbe morning glories over the 000 l north window, and waited. When the long borse talk was ovor, it was time for Jarcd to leave. But lie glided up to the kitchen win dow, aud reaching in, with one arm on the aill, he dropped a spray of lilac, as if by accident, and said: 'Good-night, Kittie.' I know when she woke at iniduight, and saw the moonshiuc quivering on the floor, she blushed anil smiled, as the spring wiud passing the old tree at the window, whispered: 'Oood-night, Kittie.' So the summer passed with a new glory, and whtn the evenings grew long and cool io autumn, a dancing school was talked of in the village. It was long since they had had one, nud i.ld and young joined interests, and determined to make up a series ot old fashioned cotillion parties. Two girl-friend* of Miss Mordant bad been spending their school vacation on the farm, aud three or four artists and students, roaming about for new views or trouting, had stopped long enough to l>ee»»me somewhat acquainted with the village. All these promised to run up from town occasionally, aud so the season opened more gaily than ever. Then there was to be busking at Farmer Mordant's in the long new barn. I.nng fx- fore dark the great piles of corn (tiled the barn floor, and the tid dlers walked about, with their pet vio lins tucked away in green bags, while the kitchen was overflowing with flood, and a row ot cider barrels lay tapped in the yard. Katharine llubbell came down early with her brothers. The caudle* were lighted in the sit ting-room, and tbore was Jarcd—her Jared— whose brown hair aud white bn>w had »ever been touched, even with ber flnger-tipe, romping, actually romping, with Miss Jennie. She was standing on her toes to reach his head, pulling hi" hair and bothering him, when suddenly he turned, and taking the two little white hands in his big brown palm, he held her so firmly that she could not get away, thoogh she struggled and laughed for a minute, and then she stood still, listening in tently. When be let her go, sbe patted his face, smiled brightly, and ran away; and Katharine eoeld see that Jared was blushing like a girl. She did not go into the sitting-room a* though nothing had happened. She was not actrcM enough for that She went slowly nmnd to the kitchen door, and found the girls; and in their merry chatter they did not notice her Bat that r-r-'- '— cooid she ever speak to ber f Thirty or forty young men mao* quick work ot the haskiug, in spite of SEATTLE. WASHINGTON TERRITORY, WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 12, 1577. the girl* rather than by help of them, and then the floor was cleared and there were preps ratio 3 s male for danc ing. It was this first dance that was to decide choice of partners for the even ing, for the season, perhaps for life; and Katherine knew it. She could not flirt and laugh, and pretend not to care, as some girls could. Her eyes flashed with anger as she thought of Jared leading Jennie Mor dant out befure them ail; and creeping away to (Irandma Mordant's room, she huddled herself down by the fire in a forlorn little heap. The old lady was not there, bat she soon came in, and with her was ' that Jennie ' talking lew and earnest. ' Bbe is always in my way,' thought Katberine, bitterly; but abe held her breath to listen, as Jennie said— 'Jared says he never baa a chance to see her a minute alone, and the house is ao full of company, that I'm sure there won't be another qniet spot but this room. I'll manage to amuggle him in while she is here, and then do you mske an excuse to go out and leave them, there's a dear, good grandma. She is really a sweet little girl, and Jared ia so fond of her. Do you know he calls her Kittie The 'sweet little girl' crouched lower among the shadow*, and Jennie ran away, leaving a kiss on grandma's withered chuck. The old lady ohuekled pleasantly to herself, as she went out after a candle, and when she returned with it lighted, the room was empty. But later, the harvest moon dropped lower frum tbe deep eky, and all the radiant stars came near to listen to the new meaning echoed in Jared's voice, as he said: 'Qood-uigbt, Kittie.' Years passed; an old man lay dying, in a handsome home, his gentle, silver haired wife stood beside him, holding his hand. 'lt'a growing dark—coma nearer — good-night, Kittie.' And his voice had husked forever. Her head fell upon his breast, his lifted arms dropped about her neck— j together they had gone to the land of light. 'And there shall ba no night there.' MISCELLANEOUS A. MACKINTOSH, Votary Public and Conveyancer, Real Estate and Tax Agent. Uasa complete Abstract of Title to all Lands In King Ooun*. y. Will attend to the purchase and sale of Lands anywhere on Puget Hound. Special attention paid to Transfer of Beat Estate and Payment of Tazas. Patronage solicited and satis faction guaranteed. Office on Mill street, nearly opposite the "Oc cidental Betel." EJkSTWICK, MORRIS & CO. i Civil and Miniug ENOINBBRS, [Room Me. 6, Burnett's Building,] •r. Commercial.* Washington Streets. Seattle, Wash. Territory. Goal and other mineral lands akl mines, sav veyed, examined, and reported upon Plans and estimates for mining improvements furnshed. Special attention given to land surveys, sad to the 1 location of city lots sad blocks. Maps and draw ' ings mechanically steooted Nov. 11, Itftt. SPECIAL NOTICE. Those wishing to purchase a First Class Sewing Machine Can have the oppportunlty of buyia t i Singer at Reduced Prices, And on Installments of ts or SlO per month, and Liberal Dlscaunt made for oeah- Office. W. O. Jamieeon's Store. Mill and Coin merclal gtreets, Seattle. X. W. Parsons, General Agent for the Singer Machine for Paget Sound. nit-dtf NOW IS THE TIME To Prune Your Trees From NAT. Ist to March Ist I am prepared to do all kinds of j PRUNING On short notice sad at reaaoaable rates. Ten years experience la this bast n res. flood references will be given if reqnired. Leave your ordsn with WastboC ft Weld. John Schweitxer. JJ-JJrn i LA CONNER DRUG STOKE! : A FCLL SOFTLY OF ALL THE DRUGS, MEDICINES, Ac., Imalij kept inshrvt-dassDrigßsoew.constantly on hand, together witk a Large Stock at TAINTS, OILS AND VARNISH! j Also, the very beet quality of CIGARS AND TOBACCO, Oonateatly oe hand. La Conner W. T. BOVS-dAWtf WALL PAPER ! PAPER SHADES cwur AT BXCUXD anuurr a«i HOTELS, &c. CLARENDON HOTEL. PORTLAND, OREGON| Zieber & Knowles, Prop's. Sttflated oppoaite all the Railroad tad Steam ■hip OHkea. Strert can the Q JUM every five minntea. Free Coach to and from the Honae. n26-dwly American House! First Heme Abort the slfdn»boai|Landios, SEATTLE, W. T. 'THIS BOCSE IS THE MOST CONVENIENT- X I 7 located of any In the city, being at the head of Yesler'i Wharf, where all ateamera arrive and depart. Board and Lodging, per week s*' 00 Board, per week 5 00 feM BALET & McQKAW, Proprietors. EUREKA LODGING HOUSE. j Mill Street, opposite the Occidental. Open All Nlglit. Beds 25 tojso cents Special Rates by the week. Andrew Pflaum. Jei-dtf CENTRAL HOTEL, CHERIiY |STREKT, BETWEEN FIBST AND SECOND, SEATTLE, W. T. rriS 80l hE IS NEWLY BDILT AND CEN tral'.y located. It will be conducted on flrat claae principles, and every attention paid to patron*, Single Meals 2.*. eta. Lodgings 23 eta. Board and Lodging, per week $5 00 nov3 J. McCONVTLLE, Pioprietor. OYSTERS ! I OYSTERS ! FROM AND AFTER THIS DATE WILL BE SERVED IX A No. 1 Style -AT— PIPER'S SALOON! FRONT STREET. «u3l NEW ENGLAND HOTK Ii X i Corner Commercial k Main Seattle, w« T, THE NEW ENGLAND MIS •ad ill accommodationa for famiHea are uuaur Hooae la NEWLY BUILT, U HARD FIN ISHED throughout, haa Urge and well fumlahed 800 ma, Mid Ont claaa board, on the European Plan, can be had at moderate price*. ■TIA T U E Best Hotel in the City. L. C. HARMON, ml-tf. Proprietor. MAISON DOREE RESTAIRWT ! COMMERCIAL STREET, SEATTLE. | Every Delicacy the Market Afford* Fresh Oysters a Specialty ! OPEN DAY AND NIGHT ! JACOB KNUDSEN. acpl Proprietor. TALK ABOUT YOU* HONGKONG AJfD PEEIN COOKrt I But If you Viit to Eat after a Mualaalppi Beef Burner. Wky (XI Into the BANK EXCHANGE RESTAURANT. MANI'EL JOSEPH. hvpitltr. THE "WHITE" SEWIN6 MACHINES ARE DESTINED TO TAEE THE LEAD ! A 80. 1 MACHINE FOR $35- gold coin. Ma~hln~~ Mat oa trial aaftWn it the city, rntdrktrK. TUT OWE. t mpY. P- B*TAH. iwv MISCELLANEOUS. JUST PUBLISHED ! A NEW MAP —OF— Puiiel *§<»«■ it«l I —AND— SURROUNDINt COUNTRY IN- W&<thiugton Territory. O » ' Compiled from the latest authentic stirrers, and published by EASTWICK, MORRIS * CO., CIVIL AND MINING ENGINEERS. SEATTLE, W. T. Mosiin backed an rollers, or folded la stiff cloth coven, price st. 99" Beat free by mail on receipt of price. BUY YOUR GOODS » m 8 R 0 mucin & C 0 THEY KEEP THE LARGE SI ASSORTMENT, AND SELL CHEAPER THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE XIST THE TERRITORY JOHN WELCH, TAILOR, Commercial Street, Seattle. Thelßest of Work Guaranteed. , Repairing and Cleaning done. H. UHLFELDER, DEALER IK iNnry ti»<», Crorkrrjr, (jlaMwar*. Tafcarn. Clear*. Plp+a. lliMcrlM, Etc., Etc., Gornar of Will and Commercial atraata. oct23 t . 4. H. MARSHALL. ROBERT EXIPE Marshall & Knipe, Strae & Burnett's Wharf, SEATTLE. W. T., DEALERS IN GRAIN, HAY, JF ~WA CP "MJ JW 9 —hSV — FARM PRODUCE ! Oooda HMirad oa Storage la Wharf Ware booae. at naaocabl* rata*. Forwarding aad Ooanialoi Boaioaaa prompt If attaadad to. Gooda MlfMt aad Erai«hU collaeted. All I te will raaatra Crawford & Harrington, .IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS S JE3 A. T T JL» E, W. T_, Have 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. Blacksmith and Carpenter Toots, Agricultural and Mining Implements, Crockery and Glassware, Paints AOilj Hemp and Manilla Cordage7Grocerie«and Provisions, Wines* Liquors, Etc. AGENTS FOR THE FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF LONDON, AC. tW TALBOT COAL, FOR CITY TRADE, FOB SALE FROM WHARF CRAWFORD HARRINGTON. SEATTLE, W. T., July ltl, 1815. Chilberg Brothers, WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALERS IN Choiee Groceries, And keep constantly on hand OH CITY MB 111 KM. RYE ML HUOIMT 111. Rice Flour, and Feed. Alao a well eel acted itock of Crockery, Glassware, A Table Cntlerv* Which they propoae to Ml. cneeper than any other bourn In Seattle. FRONT STREET. SEATTLE, W. T. PINKHAM & SAXE, ARE SELLING THEIR CLOTHING ! —AND GENTS FURNISHING GOODS CHEAPER I THAN ANY OTHER HOUSEI IN THE COUNTRY. au3 f L . A. TREEN, MANUFACTURER, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN MM Pie CM KIP & MA BOOTS AND SHOES ! COMMERCIAL STREET, SEATTLE. BOOTS AND mm For Farmers, Loggers, Miners, Millmea, Sailors and Mechanics, constant!* on hand, bj the case or single pair, or made to measure at short notice. This House has had these lines of Goods in this market for more than ten years ; the hides are grown and tanned here, and thej are home j made. In CUSTOM WORK, Boots and Shoes are made to measure, and sent to an j part of the country, by express, steamboat or mail. £Fishing, Riding, Dress, Cork Sole, Diumon rot Miimua TUB FOOT.— Flr»t piece the foot on • piece of paper. and Inn the eatllnee of UM MM with |pencil, which will Rive the length end ipread of the foot; the* make the following meeeuremenU la lnchee UD fractions with tape. HWII as shown on diagram abort l»t. Ankle; M. Hesl : 3d, Instep ; 4th, Bese or BUI of tbc Foot, or TOM. M>*4 *wtf HALL Sf PAULSON, Maaofacturer* of ud Desists In F Our facilities are such as to defy competition. QIVR VS A CALL AND SATISFY YOURSELF A« TO bRICMM. OncMßltl,Street Seattle. W. T. NO. 6. Congress Gaiters, Alexis and Low Cut —or any kind and style of Boot or Shoe—made to or der. Prices according to quality of stock and workmanship.