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THE DULY INTELLIGENCER.
VOL. IV. PROFESSION'AL CARPS. D. P. JENKINS Attorney-at-Law SEATTLE, • - W. T. b.a Latiiii. c. a. ajjrroas LARRABEE & fIANFORD, COUNSELLORS Attorneys - at - Law SEATTLE. W. T. OSka biii door to IHepetc'n Bulidlof d22-dl/ isxas xeanvea? *>«* uor McNAUGHT LEARY, ATTOBN* E YSA.TLAW SEATTLE. W T kimj resident Aetata o 1 tus North Brunt. and Mercantile Boms of Hew York sod Pi.ceiiU. of tfartiord Firs Insurance Coznpsnlns AUOCBT. in. 0. W. STARKEY, M. D.i HOMOEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ofike over Franentbal's store, comer of Coin* Bterctel and Mm streets, tteatt.e. W T DR. T. C. MACKY, PHYSICIAN * BURGEON, l« A CONN EH, W. T KIRS. S. 0. HEWES. M. 0. HOMCEOPATHIST. «n «f Ike First Ltd) (iralmtojiii MtdiciM, offers bar services to tbe people of Seattle and <b* North Pacific Coast Mrs. Doctor Ht*n eouiee W«t titer ten years jJ aoMtint and sacceesf al practice. Will op*u oar hooaa to tbe «tck. Mothers can And a bom*, with tba ba*t medio*; attendance durlug conflue u.ent, and patlaota for general medical treatiß«*ut. Will traat tba tick by latter, and fill orders for Medicine by mall or axprea*. ftealdence on Caton street. batwaan Fourth and jtt mrw dwtr DR. Q. BRYANT, Physician and Surgeon.: NEWCASTLE, W. T. QRS. A. £ H. B. BAGLEY. HomceoptttMnl** SEATTLE, W T Dn H. B. B.IQLET, LITE PROrESSOH OF Prlnciplee and PracUce of Surgery the Michigan Central Medical College, will make Operative Surgery and Surgical Dtaaaaea a special, ty, and will attend to calls In any part of the #mad <"» IIR G.V.CILIIOIIN, feeAttlo, X7V. T. wftse So. 1, nupatcb Building, apposite Ocet dental Hotel. DR. G. A. WEED, HI'RGKON AND PHYSICIAN, SEATTLE "W. T OSse Hours at offl.-e ou Commercial street, Harris A AUrldge's Drug Store, from 10 to »*. M., and at reeidenoe, corner of Madison and streets, from 1 to i t. *. OENTISTRY. J. C. URAJWE, DCMTiai. OP fJJJGOk ** tn BU>ue * ! tiMl'i New BulM. 1 iir lag on CoinmwrUl AH work kWMBtMd. MBBI J S. MAGGS, Dentist, OFPIOK;, MILL STREET, *** iMdl* »n4 HiratM Wot*. EAST OP OC CIDENTAL HOTEL. fW. Hectro Maguetisui -AKD HYDROPATHY ! Vl* ELECTBO MAUXinc MEDICATED * fATHt will Car# P*r*,y«l». kind, of Nertou* Aff*ctlo&»- Also, will Blood, uitl rtaM thotoa*' letton of orgeat of th« body by coctnct Eureka Bath Rooms *•»•« Krrutcm't KOU COMMERCIAL STHEET B DO4.SK HnkUteo Beer! Made its Appearance, l * *tt»QUa*4 ty all «U try It A** O® the Sound ! IT. The Northern Pacific Railroad Bill. [u tne h«'u 6 t repre%tutati»es, Feb ruary 5, 187%, read twice, recommitted and ordered to be priDtcd. H. R. 306s Report No 120. A bill to extend the time to construct and complete the >'ortb*ro Pacific Railroad. Mr. Wi.liam W. Rica from tbe com mute on Pacific Railroads reported tha following bill be it enact#! by ti** *en*i<e u. t u Uo-j* of representatives of tt*e United States of America in. congress assembled. Tnatthe grants, rights, privilege*, corporate powers, and franchises, including ths franchise to be a corporation, conferred upon the Northern Pacific Railroad Cwmpany by its charter, an 1 the various joint resolutions of congress amendato ry thereof and supplementary thereto, be, an 1 the w»rne are bertby confirmed, granted nud continued to the said Northern Pacific Railroad Company as recognized. %nd ten years time from the passage of tbi* act is hereby granted to *aid company for the construction and completion of its main line, subject to ail the terms and conditions prescribed by said charter and joint resolutions, except as changed by this act provided houecer, and said extension of time is granted upon tbe following express conditions, namely First—The said company shall, with in one year after the passage of this act, commence the work of constructing its main line at or near Umatilla, in the ■tate of Oregon, ox some suitable point between there and the m nth of Snake river, as the said company shall deter mine, and shall complete cot less than twenty fire miles of its road eastward ly per year thereafter, and shall com plete in addition to the road already completed, at least one hundred miles of it* main line within two years after the passage of this act, and at least one hundred miles of said main line each year thereafter, including in each said one hundred miles the twenty-five to be completed per year eastwardly at aforesaid uov9 Second—The main liuc of said rail road between Portland and a point as far east as Lmatilla, in the state of Oregon. shall be located and construct ed on the south side of the Columbia river. Third —Actual settlers on unsurveyed agricultural lands within the limita of the grant to a* id company, if a*id lends when the government surveys shall be extended over them, shall be found to be embraced in said grant; and actual settlers on any agricultcral lands within the limits of said grant, who shall have settled thereon at a distance of one huudretl miles or more beyond the com pleted portion of said road at either end; aud actual settlers on auy agricul tural lands within the limits of said grant lemaiuinfc unsold at the expira tion of eight years from the completion aud acceptance of the section of the road opposite thsreto, if said last men tioned lands shall be then surveyed by the government, and if uot, then within eight years after the government sur veys -hall be extended over the same, shall be e«tended over the same, shall be untitled each to purchase from said company one quarter-section, or a legal subdivision thereof, on which they shall have settled, at the price of two dollars and fifty cents per acre, excep ting coal aud iron lands within the right of way for taid railroad; prvxided hmcerer, that this section sballnot apply to ttie lands already esaned l>v said company. Sec. 2 That all the lands heretofore withdrawn for the brauch line of said road be, and the same are hereby, re stored to the public domaiu, to be dis posed of as other public lands, except for the distance of twenty miles north of the portion of said branch now con structed from Tacoma to Wilkeson, in Washington Territory And the suid company shall receive jnitects tor a quantity of laud equal to twenty sec tions j*»r mile on each side of sail con structed i>«>rticu of said branch, such laud *e be selected from the odd-num bered sections on each side of said con structed brauch, but ou north side, not farther thon twenty miles therefrom; but the said company may select and receive patents for lands to make up any deficiency in said quantity from any ot' the public lands within the limits of the graut for the main line. Sec. «'i That where preemption or homestead claims were initiated, or private entries or locations were allow ed, upon lands embraced in the grant to said company, prior to the receipt of the orders of withdrawel at the respec tive district land ofices, the lands em braced in such entry or location shall be patented to the parties entitled to the same, as if said graut had not beea made, and, in case of abandonment by them, shall be open to settlement by preemption or houieatead only; but the said company shall be entitled to in demnity therefor, as now provide*! by law. S«\ 4 That entries remaining unad justed and suspended in the general land office, on account of an increase of price of the even sectione within the limits t»f taid grant, where the tame were made or bated upon tettiemenl prior to the receipt of the orders of withdrawal of said landt at the district land otficet thall be relieved from tuch suspension and carried into patent, but nothing in this act shall I* construed to effect existing adjustments, ot to au thoriie the refunding of any re ceived snob lauis under existing Ixa s Sec i> fUat t&e sa.d compauj oe. and it it hereby, autboriied to issue its N'adt from time to time, to aid in the construction and equipment ot its road, and to secure the same t-y mortgages ou the whole or ear part or parte ot its railroad and property aoi rights of property of ail kiudt an 1 descriptions, with tfte rights, privileges. and fran chises thereto appertaining, includiug the franchise to be a corporation and at proof and notice ot their legs! esecu tion and effectual delivsry, tuch mort gages shall be tiled tnd recorded m the department of the interior S*e? <5 That ic sase aay of the laco, SEATTLE, WASHINGTON TERRITORY. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 2S, IS7S. heretofore granted by congrees to Aid in the construction of said railroad shall forfeited to the United State*, and be Tutored to tbe public domain, by reas on of tbe faiiare nf »aii company to perform tbe eonditions herein set forth, or any of them, the actual settler* on such ofeeid company, who shall have settled thereon under the provision* of this act, cr by license from aaid compa ny shai! each have the right to obtain titie to such lands, not exceeding one quarter section, under the homestead or preemption laws, as if said grant had cot been made Pec. 7 That when said company shall sell, or contract to tell, or shall convey, except by way of mortgage or deed of trust to aid in the coaatractim of its raifroad, any of said granted lands, tbe lands so sold, contracted or convened shall be subject to taxation according to tbe laws of the state or territory within which the same may be situated. Bee. 3 That this act shall not be construed to effeot existing private rights, eicept as hereinbefore eipressly provided; and congress may at any time, ha?ing due regard for tbe rights of said Northern Pacific Railroad Com pa ny, add to, alter, amend, or repeal this act, and may provide by law against nnjust discriminations and excessive charges whenever the same shall be made by said company. Sec 9 That tbe said Northern Paci fic Railroad Company shall file with the secretary of the interior, within six months from tbe date hereof, its assent to, and acceptance of, the previsions of this act, or be forever debarred from taking or receiving any benefit from or under the same. Doctors* Decoy Ducks. Th* Francisco /w gives the following description of the way that Quack doctors ply their vocation in that city Han Francisco is a grand place tor quacks Professor So-and-Bo f "Mag netic Healer," and Doctor What-you call him, of the Faculty of Paris and S Berlin, are ready to cure you without fail of every complaint under the cano py. The trouble is that there are so many quacks just now that nothing but a course of epidemics could supply enongh of patiente to keep them all a going. It has been found necessary, in j consequence, to engage cappers, and j where a really good one is employed j business is never suffered to languish. j The capper, is this case, goes to a j thirdclasa hotel and ezaminos the reg- > ister after a guest has signed. Being ■ furnished with the even scant particu larc entered on the register, he is not long in pickiug up acquaintance with those whom he has reason to imagine j have come to the city tor medical treatment A vast number of people oome from the country and from Ne vada every year to get cured of souie "trouble," and as a rule they put up at the thirdclass hotels and lodging, houses ••You don't look well," the capper will observe after preliminary conver sation. "No; nor 1 don't feel well " "What's the matter;" "Well, I've been working at a quick silver furnace up in the country and the blanked stuff has got into me 1 came down on purpose to see Dr.—" (probably mentioning the name of a prominent physician). "Look here," exclaims the capper, showing his left hand which ho causes to quiver like an aspen, "take a friend's advice and have nothing to do with that fellow. I was treated by him six months ago and be give me strych nine, and for three months I lost the u*e of my hands I'm getting better under the treatment of I>r. Cheat man 1 -ii just going down to his office now. You may as well g<> along " Ten to one the dupe goes. The "Doc tor's" office is situaued in the neighbor hood of Pine rnd Kearny steeets. The Doctor's diploma, granted by some ob scure medical college tor consideration, hangs in the outer office. The dupe is requested to take a seat, while the duper goes inside to be examined by the "doctor." Once the door of the inner office is closed, the capper gives "doctor" all the points—what is the matter with the man, his symp toms, the amount of money be has about him, and how much it is safe to ask him to pnt up. The oapper then remains in the inner offioe, and the "doctor" goes out to where the dope is ■siting, and Cells him that his friend will be at liberty in a few minutes. ••By tba by,'* be suddenly exclaims, "you look ill yoarself. Let me exam ine you There is no charge for con sultation." The dupe consents, and the "doctor" commences to teel bis head. •'Ye*/' be continues "you have j got quicksilver in your blood. Your mouth is tender, You hare sometime* a bead ache and a severe pain in your tide. You have no relish for food, and altogether your case wa very bad one, j but you can be cured." The dupa is astonished, "There's a doctor, you bet' He dont go fooling around asking questions. He puts hie hand on yo«r head, and in a minute be can tell you exactly what's the matter with ycu Guest I'll give him a trial, fhe d ictor will undertake tho cure for 4200. but to will take #ls or even I*2 50. Of court*, the treatment it oi equal value to the patient whatever he pays. ••Dr." Flattery wat an erpert in this business. but toe number of news paper exposures of which he'was made the Tictim rather injured hit business in the Utter part of hit career in tbit eity. His last exploit wat tba beet baa: of tbit champion beat. A poor miner bad lust coroe down from \ir g nia City, and tell into the haadt of the -doctor " He had ♦3OO. and tba lat ter agreed to core him for S2OO. Ha banded the "doctor" a bank check for, and the "doctor" told him that be •as sorry be bad not to macb change 1 boat him, but to call In tba morning, aud he would give him tba SIOO He would give him kit 1- O. C.» however. for the money in the meantime He took the I. O. T T . and ieft. N"?»xt dav when he returned, he we* informed that the ~d <*tor' had left for New York to attend an important ca*\ The case has been important enough to keep Flattery in New York ever since The note given to the poor dupe was without dale aud therefore worthless. HOTELS, 4c. Oriental Hotel Second St., north of Cherry, Board tod II per dlf ,OT fc to t. p«r Mr* i Kca ELEfIAXTLY FrRHIgHED ROOMS. Single;* la Suite. Tbe bouse le new uJ Lard-flnUht-d throughout. Free c©ac hto tad frc,m tbe hotel. N. LEWIS. Proprietor. COIPEYIIM HOTEL « apt, I. U. Parker. Proprietor COSTAIS9 TWENTY WELL FURNISHED Booms. The table Is excelled Ly no firet. clans hotel In the Territory. A large Bending Room and nfry convenience of n Qmt-claan bonne. MARYLAND HOUSE La Conner, W. T. Good AocommedeUaiu .in ue iwUL.t at tbi* HoUl at •! I Umaa. JOHN McOLINN, fabla-wlj Proprietor. CLARENDON HOTEL. PORTLAND, OREGON. Zleber & Knowles, Prop's. Situated oppoaita all the Baiiroad &u \ Steam •Lip Otßcea. Street ctft pua tbe hou*» every Ovft minute*. FT— Ooacb U and from tbe Hou*e. n26-dwlj _ ' EUREKA LODGING HOUSE. | Mill itrwt, Oceutantsl, Open All Nltflit. Beds to 50 tvuts Hates by the week. Andrew Pflaum. )M4tf OYSTERS ! OYSTERS ! FKOli AND AFTER |LHIS WILL BE SERVED IN A No. 1 Style PIPER'S SALOON! FRONT STREET »u3l NEW ENGLAND HCPVKKi t Corner Commercial A Main Sis., Seattle, W. T THE NEW EN6UND I"""T ___. M _____ . adwiMwuiw for »i« w «MM nMjc STORE! SessraszsL ! luo—. ud Aral Clara *ovd. m th« European Plan* IT I » T H E Best Hotel in the City. L. C. HABMON, ml-tf. Proprietor. 4 I. IOIIBT IKIPE Marshall & Knipe, Stone & Burnett's Wharf, atATTLZ. w T . • DEALERS IN GRAIN. HAY, V&Ol T R* *NP FARM PRODUCE! MMtrad «• Utorafa la Wban «ai#- bOBBO. B> HBIItIMt Wtoo. |~iir !■ Tim — 4 OoßßtMtdß ftasUMoa pi-a+t If ailaadod to *KA doltvwml o»4 Froiftu :-hac«e4 i.. tulnaw fl»1 to •« Gtr * wl - i r#ctlT ' jr;B|t aad _aartfajJo*t tttrn. •^ tl MISCELLANEOUS. JOHN WELCH. TAILOR, Cooimerci&l Street Seattle. The Best of Work tviiaranteed. fttepainng and Ci« auiiu' dcn«v •3-d If K«T4HLI)iiiPli »-»j . MILL4METTE NURSERY, a W. WALLING & SON, I'ROPRJE I ORjS < lui'kfiiuas Co., Oregon. CHILBERB BROS., ABENTS. Ali orders left with the *lll be prompt'.? attended to Wallin^s PT3AOH PLUM, The Italian Prune, Ai.d the B»-»f Varieties t PLI \t, PRUNE, PEA C/J, APPLE, PEA ii. CUEHh )'• N7/7 A SI) SILiDE TREE S. 11l fu i|Aj»»crtLufLt SEND FOB DESCRIPTIVE CATALOOrE H. UHLFELDER, DEALER IN l Aliry Ouftdfc. froffcer), UliuiHAr**. Tobftceo, i'iK»n, Ft pen. timerlet, Etc., Fir., iWitr of HUt Aiid t'oUiiuerclfc! itre~U. lOHIEM PACIPiC RAILROAD. PACIFIC DIVISION. fT?! rMK 3HHP ißii b a TalT 55.. Tuggwii w L ' i ¥ii w 1 i KALAMA TO TAjCOMA - Ann TACOMA TO WILKESON, <OOAL MINES. » MAIN LINE TRAINS. DAILY, (EXCEPT SUNDAYS). ULATZ I iUT>k Ealama x. u. ' Tacoaia SAG P.M. Tftcoaut ?*» a. M. | KftliUift USUF M PUYALLUP BRANCH TRAINS Lea** Tacrnna JO minute* after arrival of Maiu Line Tralna, and rcturnlrß, arrive at Tacoma 90 ml natea before !earing time of Main Line Tralua. CONNECTIONS. At lA«X>*IA, with Pacific Mail Bt*am«Lip» lor Victoria aud San Francisco, aud with 9 ,unl Steamers for Seattle. Steilacoom. Oiympla an 1 all point# on Puget Sound. At Lake View, with 9tes« for Steilaoooin. At Tentao. with Stages for Oiympla. At Kalama with O. 8. N. Oc.'s boatt for Port land and all points < n the Columbia rirer. At Portland, on Wadneaday and Saturday at € A. a. with eteamera for Port Townaend, Victoria. Nanaiuio. New Weatm'.nater and Fraser Rirer. Through Ticketa for aale at Principal Oflfica# of the Company, and at the Office of the 0.8. N. Co. In Portland. Oregon, to Victoria and Seattle, and via P. M 8. 8 Co.'a Stearaeblpe from Tacoma, and O. 8 8 CJ. anal P. C. 8. 8. Co.'a ataaioahtpa from Portland to San Franciaoo. Through Tickets to Portland. Oregon, for «aie at Victoria. Seattle, Tacoma an4Tactno. «. A RLACK Oeneral Superintendent. W WAYNE V CODES, General Ticket Agent. W. H. PFMPIIRXY. Ticket A*ent at 8-Mll*. W. T. ocWl LA CONNER A FI LL SUPPLY OK ALL THE DRUGS, MEDICINES, &c M I anally kapt in a flrat-Haaa Drag Store. c.natautlf ob baad, Uftbwr wttfe a Large Mock of PAINTS, OILS AND VARNISH! Atao. tit# *aey boat tuailty of CIGAR?> AND TOBACCO, CoMtAßti? on kuJ La Ckmner W. To nor^Uwt/ NOTICE. MO DOTBLC £S&l>f §TF aM Fu« Drivar JRNR, "OKU ATfclSl,' dHK Tbo baot appctctal it« ob Paj»t Sonai, U pro ptrad to bolid Waarrao, dr;va fjoadatioaa for fttoM or Brink Balidlnfa ; drtra Plia Tr«otiia| for Rallrottda. tad to ioad V«m.i wttb >p«» Pi»ao or Tin.t#r aa«i Bill f* to any part ot P~t«t Soiuki Addraos H X. ATMS*. Mtio.« r. M. b. -Oarfoaa at hilaa larctaboJ at abort noUco. $250 REWARD! ON 3CSDAY MIGHT, J A)f TaKY 2otb. isis tbo fo.iovtng aamad f-noonan. «i»l U. tba Klnt Cooaty ;ail tor aancua tfi'uaea. oacapad UMrofroca: fat. 3bay. P«<« M array _ floag ik Haw. Jaraao Kaily u>4 Dan Lynch Soo, ttart tort, i wlii aflar tbo a bora nraard for th* u4 dalirary of oil of oaid prtocmara to bm ot Mid Oosißty Jolt, or #SO i(M ouo k! •aid prl*<-MT» ao uctabtcded u>t ioltvarad F L v wrcic FT iun.i, iv.. S2, U"». Klaf w.-itj. MISCELLANEOUS Crawford & Harrington, IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS SEATTLE, W. T , Have 011 ha lid a large and well assorted stock i.i good? iu their line, consisting of Foreign and Domestic Hardware and Cutlery Iron and Steel, assorted. Blacksmith and Carpenter Tool*. tgrfcnltural and Mining Implement**. Crockery and Glassware. Paints&Oil« Hemp and Manilla fordage, (irooeriesand Provisions Wine' Liquors, F.te. AGENTS FuK THE FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF LONDON, &C CTTALBOT COAL. FOR CITY TRADE. tOh SALE KROM WHAk!-' CRAWFORD St HARRINCJTOIN. BEATTLE, W. T. t July Ist, 1875. Brothers, WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALERS IN Choice Groceries, ▲ad ke«p ooo»t&otly cm m citv FLsn.! m in. rye h mbiiist run Rice Flour, and Feed. Alto a we! 1 . atock of Crockerv, Glassware, & Table Cutlerv Which th« 7 p*opoa« to M en«*v*r tLan u.jr otbar kouM In Saattl* FRONT STREET. SEATTLE, W T k mrwwmm: w A KM. JOHN KEENAN 4* Al*o furniabea St on* ( JZL tor Build 'tig I'nrpoaes c. Ijg.A Cemetery Work at .11 M APPTP rV J kind* eidcutfd Alt or »ler* promptly £'.!€*! an J II HI VVffi fr satisfaction guarauteeJ HI V.l V ill Eul 1 Sd. F«t*ou» liviug at h til*' HPJUSTOXES f/* " Hrri;>tio:t . what lit) .V f 7Zjjp** r wish, can bnve Demgu* — AWD~ ,~ 3^^~ aP >r ' CeS ' r * C " t^*'lU AGENT for aCHsOIX 2KICBL. Shop on Crawford Sl Harrington's Wtiart, Seattle. W. T •#p4-d(f PINKHAM & SAXE, ARK SELLING THEIR CLOTHING ! (JEMS l l HMSlll\ii («00l>S _ CHEAPER THAN ANY OTHER HOUSK IX THE COIXTBY. au3 A. 0. M CALLISTER, khont htrrrt. nkxt noon ro < om miiia DEALFJLs IN FAMILY GROCERIES, WJ* ■« :»■ PKtIOUCK, LOGGING CAMP SUPPLIES! HAMS, BACON, LARD. AND SALT PISH OF ALL KINDS Sf.MI.tU SCHOOL BOOKS I SFEUALTV ! BROWNING-'S CHEESE AT JOBBING RATES ! or A full .uppb Of 1,1 ME "anT FI.ASTKRF.R'S lATEBUI aiwavi od hand. au22-dtf HALL Sf PAI LSOW, Mubafk :. »«;• »f tw FURNITURE ! aUi.n Our facilities are aueh a: to dels o. *jjpvtitK«u GIVE U# A CALL AMQtiATISFJ YOLRS.KIF .1i TO IKJI r -irarwr-c'.al ttrvtt. W * NO. 71.