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VOL. IV. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. D. P. JENKINS Attornev-at-Law, SEATTLE, - - W. T. ——— i G. I UUUBEI. C B. HXIDU LARRABEE & HANFORD, COUNSELLORS —A*®~ Attorneys - at - Law REiTTLK, W. Tim nest doir to Lliptub Balliilon Q 4*l-417 _ | JtKtJ HO MA OUT. JOU Ui«T McNAUGIIT & LEARY, ATTORNEYS AT-LAW, BEATTLE, W T. Ala" Agents of tke North British sad MeroaoUls Horn* of New Yurk Mid PUutCili, of , Hartford. Klre Inaursuce Companies. ACOrST, IV7I. W. R. ANDREWS, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, LA CONNER, - - W. T. LILT (J.V.C.HJHOIJN. Seattle, W. T. ~~~~~~~~~ tßn Ho. 1, Olapatcb Bailding, oppoaite Ocel. dental Hotel. DR. G. BRYANT, IMiysloiiln and Surgoon, NEWCASTLE, W. T. DR. T. C. MACKY, PHYSICIAN & SURG HON, LA CONNEK, W. T. uo»8 MRS. S. D. HEWES. M. D. HOMCEOP ATHIST. V* »f ifar first Ud; lirduMw it Mfditii*. Offer* her nervier* to the people of Seattle and the North Pacific Ccaaf. Mm. Doctor He wee eomea Weet after ten jeara of constant and aucceeaful practice. Will open her h« at* to the aick. Mother* can find a home, with the l**t uactical attendance during conflua u«nt. aud patlenta fur general medical treatment. Will treat the aick by letter, and fill order* fur Medicine by mall or eipreaa. Residence on Union street, between Fourth and fifth. wy'Wdwtf HP NOTICE. 111I — II R. HKWKN UAH RKTI RNKI> FROM CALIFORNIA, And villi remain home uutll the Brat of June All who ere suffer lug with CHRONIC DISEASE! Will find the Doctor ready to relieve them Office and Realdence ou Union atreet. between Fourth and Fifth, Seattle. W. T. DR. A. BERTHIER FRENCH RILVSICILN AND SIMM COMMERCIAL STREET. Opposite C. 8. Mot#), Seattle, W. T. Offle Hour* from V to 11 i. K;1 to 3. and " to Ir M. OTW.STARKEY, M. D, HOMOEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Offlce oyer Praueutbal'a at<>r«. corner of Om wirclfti and Mill atreeta, Seattle, W T. QRS. A. & H. B. BAGLEY. tiomaropath ists, SEATTLE, W. T. DH H B BAGLET. I.ATE PBOEEBBOB OF ! friuciplae and Practice of Surgery la th* 1 Michigan CWitral M*dlcai Collage, will make Wpemti*# Surgary and Hunflcal Dlwmm • special- ! t},and will attend to c«lli in any pert of the gtund. dl 9 DR. G. A. WEED, HLKMKON AND PHYSICIAN, i SKATTLK, W. T. 11 ou Commercial street, i T w * I>ru * Were, from lu to a L2i'. . U c of Madison and » «*d Mrwto, from 1 u> 3 r. v. D. LOCKE, M. ID., DENTIST, 'Mem. Su»qo«>. l*nt. Aae'n ) SEATTLE. W T. ►toe Gold Ftllinga. Nttiow#- D ENTIBTRY. I. C. U BASSE, DENTIST, OF- ! Vm* fice in su>ne * V mett's N.w Build. ... lto < on Oummarvial »tre«-t. Alt work 'Watwoa, Patching Cement I Pig™***** rSE, W 00 PEB PINT L. A. TIiEEN. * lr Commercial street. The Battle of Sedan. The Courier de*-KUti*-Un M, of New York city, ha* published the second volume ot Victor Hugo's Hi stone d'un Crime. The Cour*-r has allowed the accoant of the battle of Sedan to be translated, and the following descrip tion of the surrender of the French army is eminently characterutie of the author 'Have:lien takes fire, Givonne takes tire, Fleing takes fire; the thing lo gins by a furnace. The whole hori/on is aflame. The French camp is in this crater, stupified, scared, startled, in a funeral swarm. A rain of thunder bolts encircles the army. Extermina - tion hems it in. 'This immense murder is carried on on all sides at once. Our gang almost all old fashioned, and carrying bsdly, are immediately dismounted by the terrible'and precise aim of the Prus sians. The density of the rain of shells upon the valley is *uch that 'the earth is ruled,' says a witness, 'as by a rake.' How many guns ' Eleven hundred at least. Twelve German batteries on the Moncelle only; the third and fourth abtheilmuj , a frightful artillery, on the crests of Givonne, with the Sec ond horse battery in a reserve; opposite Doigny, ten Saxon and twe Wurteni burg batteries; the curtain of trees iu the wood north of Villers-Cernay con ceals the mounted al'theilung, with the Third heavy artillery as reserve, aud from this gloomy thicket is poured a formidable tire; the twenty-four pieces of heavy artillery from a battery near the road from Moncelle to La Chapelle; the battery of the Royal Guard sets tire to the wood at de la Carenne; the !>omhs and the bullets riddle Suchy, Francheval, Fauru-Saint Rerny, and the valley bet ween Heibes and Givonne, and the triple and quad ruple row of guns extends, without a break, to the cavalry of Illy, most remote point of the horizon. 'Tho German soldiers, seated or re cumbent, before the batteries, look upon the artillery doing its work The French soldiers fall and die. Among the French corpses which cover the plain is one, that of an officer, upon which they will find, after the battle, a sealed paper containing this order, signed by Napoleon: 'This September 1 rest for the whole army.' The vil liant :Jsth regiment cf the line disap pears almost entirely under the crush ing mass ot shells; the brave marines hold the Saxou and liavariaus in* check for au iuotant, but being overflowed ®u all sides fall back, the whole admira ble cavalry of Marguentte'a division, hurled against the German infantry, stops and breaks down when half way on its road, exterminated, says the the Prussian report, 'by well directed and quiet fire.' The French have not thought of baiHeading the viaduct of the railioad, three Gertnau battalions have occupied it all night; the Mont villers park, at iiayeilles, deep and full of thick foliage, might have pre vented tho Saxons, who are masters of La Moncelle, and Bavarians, who are masters of Bazeilles, from effecting a junction, but the French have been forestalled, ami the Bavarians are seen there cutting away the huiges with their sickles. 'From minute to minute the tire ap proaches, the thunder roll is continuous Nothing like it was ever witnessed, never did an army sink under such a falling mass of grape. At 1 o'clock all is lost. The regimeut* tuko refuge pell mell in Sedan. Hut Sedan l»egtns to burn; L)isjonval burns; the ambu lances burn, nothing but a daeh through the lines is possible. Wimpfen, brave and firm.Jsuggests it to the emperor. The 38th zouaves, maddened, have set the example; being parted from tLe rcmaiuder of the army, they have made their way through the foe and reached Rttlgiuui. A flight of lions. •Suddenly, above the disaster, above the enormous heap of slain and dying men, above all this hapless heroism appears shame. The white tlag i» hoisted. •There were there Turenne and Vau ban—both present, one in his statue, the other in his citadel, 'The statue and the citadel assisted at the horrible capitulation The two virgins, one of bronze, the other of granite, felt themselves prostituted. O, august brow of our country! O, eternal blush of shame!'— Victor Huqo. A Letter from Horace Greeley. •*»«■» . A Delaware literary society, in turn ing over iU papers preparatory to re pairing its hall, found many valuable autograph letters from distinguished men—nearly all l>eiiig responses to no tifications of elections to honorary memberships in the anxiety. One of these, dated 1849, was written by the founder of Tiie Tkibune. It runs thus: 'My attainments anywhere near the boundary of scholarship are so very uieagre that 1 dislike to receive such a compliment a* yt>ur society has paid me. I never spent a day in any sort of a seminarv above a common school. Since I was eight years old, 1 have only Men the inside of a school-house in Winter; since fourteen, not at all: and our terms did not average five months per annum in those days. I know a little newspaper Latin ard French, and might have mastertd a little Greek the same way, if the barbarians had known enough to use an intelligible alphabet. Of mathematics, 1 learned what is contained in Adam * Arithmetic; of grammar, just enough to see ch arly that Lindley Murray knew very little, and blundered shockingly. As to chirographv, mine s>peak« for itself, not clearly as to matter, but quite distinct ly enough as to maaner. However, 1 know a little of what may be fished up on a tolerably busy and ragged journey through the world, having always loved looks better than play, and de voured newspapers with insane avidity. Thanking your society for the honor in tended me, and meaning to justify it by a faithful obedien?e to the maxim, live and learn, I remain yours truly. HORACE GRERI T\ ' * SEATTLE, WASHINGTON TERRITORY, FRIDAY, MAY 10, IS7S. PRETTY WELL THASK YOU.—'WHY, haw d'y'do. Mrs Careful— are your folks pretty well *' asked one neighbor of another, whom she met in Hemp stead a few days ago. 'Ob, yes, pretty well, thank you—that i«. about as well as usual. Father hasn't been quite well since he banked up the cellar la*t fall, and over worked himself; thinks he hurt his side. And mother has got the rheumatism so bad the hasi/t been able to get down stairs for a week; Matilda Ann has a slight touch of the diphtheria, so the doctor save; Jimmy can't «i)eak above a whisper, for a sore thrc*at. Susie is anoth er rising in her ear, and the baby has had two more spells cf croup. My husband can hard!y do any work on ac count of his sore eyes, and I thought I'd die last night with neuralgia in my h^ad—but we're all about as common. How's your folks Y A CIIIXAMAN of Elko, Nev., went home drunk, and his wife clubbed him lustily- A passer by remarked; 'John, your wife heap tight.' 'Yea,' he replied, 'she too muc'nee sabee. She live 'long side Melican woman tree months,' THE Philadelphia Vress says Victoria Woodhull has married a wealthy mer chant. STEW VHT.9 Hotel tor Women with accomodations for two thousand, has forty boarders. MISCELLANEOUS. My Public Pleasure Garden, AT RENTON, Will be open on Bumlaye from 10 A. M. to 7 f. u. and on week lava any time on application Flowers, Frnita, Ice Cream, Soda Water, all Kinds of Fancy Drinks, Confectionery, etc. K»pt always on hand. Admittance, 25 cent* ; laiv partiea leaa. W. P. Smith. Ip2'2-dtf lOfITIEBI PACIFIC RAILROAD. PACIFIC DIVISION. KALAMA TO TACOMA AMD TACOMA TO WHKESON, ,COAL MINES ) MAIN LINE TRAINS. DAILY, (EXCEPT SUNDAYS). IkAVJT I A&MIVK Kalaua 11 '2M A. H.J Tacoioa s**) P.M. Tacoota 7IX) A. U. | Kalarna l'2:3oi\M PUYALLUP BRANCH TRAINS Leave Tacrnma :W minutee after arrival of Main Line Train*. and returning, arrive at Tacoma ;*) minutes before leaving time of Main I.ine Train*. CONXKCTIOXB. At TACOMA. with Pacific Mail Steainahip* for Victoria and San Pruiclaco. and with Sound Steamer* for Seattle. StHlacoom, Olympia. and all point* on Puget Sound.] At Lake View, with Stage for Bteilacooa«. At Tenino, with Stag*-* for Olympia. At Kalauia with O. S. N. Oc.'s boaU for Pert land and all points on the Columbia river. At Portland, on Wednesday and Saturday at 6 a. n. with at earner* for Port Tnwuaend, Victoria, Nanaimo. New Westminster and Franer River. Through Ticket* for aale at Principal Offices of the Company, and at the Office of the 0.8. N. Co. in Portland, Oregon, to Victoria and Seattle, and ▼ia P. M . 8. S. Co.'* Steamahip* from Tacoma. and O. S 8. Co. and P. C. 8. S. Co.'a steamships from Portland to San Franclaco. Through Tickets to Portland, Oregon, for aale at Victoria, Seattle. Tacoma and Tenino. 8. A. RI.ACK. General Superintendent, W WAYNE VOGDEB, General Ticket Agent. W H. PrMPmtEY, Ticket Agent at Seattle, W. T. octal MINES & KELLY, BOOT BLACKS A N D (J E X ERA I. J OBBE ÜB. Office, Me**at.e l>«SiTery. Bto*e and II >use Cleaning WHITE WASHING Anil all kind* of odd job* done with dispatch and reliability on abort notice. JAKE BEER'S OLI) STAND, OOMHISeIIL STREET ap'J6-dlf FOR SALE. A House and Lot! i IORNEB LOT. fc xlJu KEET. CLEABKD AND V, fenced, with nine bearing fruit tre««. email fruita, iirtvlMßiti. etc., and a runn ( n» atream of water. Price SliA, goid c»»n. T:tle perfect, Apply tu W BTRBITT. myT-dlUi FfOfc* rtwrt. HOTELS, Ac., OOIDEXTAL HOVKIt SEATTLE. W. T.. Board per j» T *1 wO. II 50 and 13 00 Board per w--ek $6 uO. $7 >v and IS 00 A'V< .riling to room. This is the Largest Hotel North of San Francisco, And is FIRST - CLASS In all Reflects. FREE COlfH TO AND FRO* THE HOI SE. WILLIAM FOX, Prop'r. EUREKA LODGING HOUSE. Mill Street, opposite the Occidental. Open All N*lglit. Beds. 25 to 50 cents Social Rites by the weok. Andrew Pftauni. je4-dtf NEW ENGLAND mm ow. fi Corner Commercial & Main Sts., Seattle, "W, T. THE NEW ENGLAND MSS and Its accommodation* for families are unsui paused. This House Is NEWLY BCILT, is HARD FIN ISHED throughout, has large and well furnished Booms, and first clans board, on the European Plan, can be bad al moderate prices. IT I H THE Best Hotel in the City. L. C. HARMON, ml-tf. Proprietor. PUGETSOUNDSTONEYARD II the llrad or Yetler'i Wharf. SEATTLE. Iveiy variety of Cetnatery Work axecuted In Marble and all other Stone, with neatneaa and dispatch. Ala*, all klndaof Maaona' Building Material kept for the market. Alao. agent for the aale of the Ran Joan Lima. All orders promptly filled, and aatlafactloc guar anteed. EASTWICK, MORRIS t CO. Civil ami Miniug SNGINBURS, [Boom No. 6. Burnett's Building,) Car. C'oin»uerel«l and Wsahlngton Hlrttti GEORGE MOORE IB PREPARED TO MAKE PHOTOGRAPHS j 0' F SrPEBIOB EXCELLENCE : ARTISTIC 15 poaition, and brilliant in finiah. OLD PICTrBKS copied and flnUhed is India Ink. with great accuracy Call at the Gallery. Corner of Commercial and Washington Streets, and examiut- the various »tjlee ap2o-dawtf Oliver Mallister DEALER 15 GROCERIES «*SD PROVISIONS, Choice Batter, Cheese M Ems, Freeh From the Country, always on iuad. 1.1 ME, IIAIR AND OILS, AUc Sthetl-booli, Etr. Front Street, above Cherry. Gooda delivered free of charge. and pncee at low as raa be bad tn the c.ty spll-dtf MISCELLANEOUS. NEW GOODS AT THE SEATTLE BAZAAR WAX FLOWER MATERIAL AND SHADES At the Bazaar TOILET SOAPS -AN ELEGANT LINE At the Razaar. CLOCKS : CLOCKS! CLOCKS! At the Bazaar. ALBUMS, FROM 75c TO *2O. At the Razaar. JAPANESE GOODS-A SPLENDID INVOICE At the Bazaar. GARDEN POTS-ALL SIZES— At the Razaar. REAL TORTOISE SiIELL BACK COMBS At the Razaar. WHITE SHIRTS, HOSIERY AND UNDER-WEAR At the Razaar. TABLE AND POCKET CUTLERY At the Raiaar. SILVERWARE, MERIDEN CO'S, AND ROGERS', At the Razaar. SPLINTS, WALNUT. COLORED, AND WHITE At the Baraar. HAIR. TOOTH. CLOTHES. AND BLACKING BRUSHES At the Razaar. STATIONERY OF ALL KINDS CHEAP—- At the Bazaar. CHINA DINNER AND TEA SETS At the Razaar. COAL OIL LAMPS—A FINE AS SORTMENT— At the Razaar. CIIROMOS, PHOTOGRAPHS. ANI) FRAMES At the Bazaar. And heaps of things too numerous to mention. Call in. No trouble to show goods. H. E. LEVY. I . P. SMITH A SON, WATCH MAKERS, JEWELLERS ENGRAVERS DEALfcItS IN American and Swiss Watches FINK .IKH Kl.lt Y. SILTSRWiRS AM CLOCKS, (WOM SKRT TO ANT P4«T OE THE (Or>D C. O. D. MT Watch and Clock Repairing done as UHUSI, it moderate prices, and in a ustiafsrtory manner, al the old stand, Front Street, Seattle, W. T. apfi-dtf Singer Machines AGENCY AT HALL & PAULSON'S Commercial Street. JOHN H. BENSON, Agent nibirudavti WATCHES & JEWELRY i REPAIRED AND WARRANTED I Engraving Neatly Executed ! NOTARY and SOCIETY REALS CTT TO ORDER. w. O. Jramloson. J. La. J amloson. ■ST" Our Special Hire— Fine Wetch Repairing, Monogram Engraving. Heal Cutting. Pipe Mount ing 'gjld or silver) ; Jewelry Repairing. The TBTn TTME received daily by Tele* graph from the U.S. Signal Station, k*pt in a first-clans Chronometer, enabling those having fine watchee to have them accurately rated. Office and Work Rnt-m (temporarily) at RESIDENCE. immediately in Rear of MASONIC HALL, Front street. Honra from " A. M. to 10 r.«. W* guarantee Fir»t-r »»• Work at Reaaonabie Pricea. spl'Adtf STEAMER WENAT, CAPTAIN BAILEY. IS PREPARED TO TAEK CfIAKTERS FOR TOWING HAFTS. OR DELIVERING Loggiog Camp Supplies and General Jobbing, To any and all point* cm Puget Sound aui IU tributaries. Will maka Regular Tripe up WHITE RIVER duxinc boating atage of the water. I I Parttea baring freighting or towing to do will find they can charter the Wenat a* cheaply an any boat on the Sound that cat do the tame work. BAILEY A KENNEDY. Seattle, May 4th, in. dawtf ' _ MISCELLANEOUS. Crawford &Harrington, IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS SEATTLE, "W. T. Have oq hand a large and well assorttil stock of Goods in iheir lino, consisting of Foreign and Domestic Hardware and Cutlery Iron and Steel, assorted. Blacksmith ami Carpenter Tools. Agricultural and Mining Implement*. Croekery and Paints & Oils Hemp and Manilla Cordage, (iroceries and Provision?, Wines, Liquors, Eto. AGENTS FOR THE FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF LONDON, &C TALBOT COAL, FOR CITY TRADE, FOR SALE FROM WHARF. CRAWFORD cSi HARRINGTON. Seattle. W. T. July l#t. 1875. SAN FMIfCISCO STOKE AT JENNINGS" OLD STAND Commercial Street. AS IMMENSE STOCK OF IWHIMfi -AND- Gents' Furnishing Goods A ami Kino A>sortincut of BOOTS .A. USX ID SHOES. Ladies' Soots and Shoes a Specialty. We yropoae to 8»11 our Oooda Cheaper than any other Houne iu tha City. Thia new Stoek we have Mectad ourat-lvea with great tartj especially for this market. Ageuta for Oregon City Can*]ruarea. mh2o-dM Toklas & Smgerman. Chilbers Brothers, WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALERS IN Choice Groceries, And keep coiiHtautly «>u h»ml IBM tITT Fill. 11l VEIL. EYE MEAL HUIUIT FEW Rice Flour, and (Feed. Aim « well Mleotfxl Ntock of Crockerv, Glassware, & Table Cutlerv Which they propofl* to »el ctie»j»er th»n toy other houne in H, »ttle. FRONT STREET. SEATTLE, W. T. H. McALEER & CO, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN Stoves, Tinware, Copper -.Hll- GRANITE IRON-WARE, WOOD AND WILLOW-WARE. Particular Attention Paid to General Jobbing and Tin Rooting. (Sy ORDER* PROMPTLY AND SATISFACTORILY FILLED. COMMERCIAL STREET. - - SEATTLE. W. T GROROK W. HA It HIS. kokkut D. ATTKIIIGK HARRIS & ITTRIIMiiE, Successors to J. F. Morrill, ■ m™ mm mm mc mm mm m, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS DRUGS AND MEDICINES I The Most Complete Stock of Patent Mediciues, Perfumeries, Trusses, Sponges, Brushes, and Toilet Ancles north of San Francisco. Prescriptions ami Family Keceipt* carefully and accurately »on»- pounded. Country dealers and others supplied with fVst <«<>uds on reasonable term-.. The Genuineness of all (Joods Guaranteed. Orders by Mail or Express promptly attended to. miitiß n«-ii|i NO. 132.