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VOI,. XL PROFESSIONAL CAUDfc. McNAUOHT & LEARY, ATTOBNEYH-AT-LAW, SEATTLE, W. T. Alio Agents of tb* NorU» Brtlltb sud Mwoutil* Home of Hew York md Pb«oii, of Hertford. Fire Informix* Compute*. AUGUST. 1871. c. m. LA**AB»:«. c - a. SAMMSO. IABBARP.F. & HANFORD, rr OUNSE LLORB —Aim- Attorneys - at - Law BEATTLK, W. T. Office nest door to biapfttcli Building. d'ri-dl 7 D. P. JENKINS Attornev-at-Law, SEATTLE, - - W. T. MRS. S. 0. HEWES. M. 0. HOMdOPATHIST. §at of the first Ltdy Graduate ii Iditiie, Offer* her services to the people of Seattle and ths North Pac4fic Coast. Mrs. Doctor Hewes somes West after ten years of ronstant and successful practice. Will open her house to the tick. Mothers can find a home, with the best rre< leal attendance during confine ment, and patients for general medical treatment. Will treat the aick by letter, and fill orders for Medicine by mall or express. Residence on Union strait, between Fourth and fifth. a»yw-dwtf DR. T. C. MACKY, PHYSICIAN kSURGEON, La CONNER, W. T. novß NOTICE. DR. II EffHN HAS KKTt'RNED FROM CALIFORNIA, And will ri-malu home until the first of Juue. All who are ttuffering with CHRONIC DISEASE! Will find the Doctor ready to relieve them. Office and Residence on I'nlon str>" t, between Fourth and Fifth, Seattle, W. T. sp24-dwtf Hit G. V.C.I LHOUN, feoAttlo, W. T. Offits No. 1. Dispatch Building, opposits Occi dental Hotel. DR. A. BERTHIER FRENOH PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON COMMERCIAL STREET, Opposite U. 8. Hotel. Seattle. W. T. Office Hours from 9 to 11 a. M; 1 to 3. and 7 to t y. M. D. W. STARKEY, M. D. HOMOEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office over Frauenthal's store, corner of Com* mercial and Mill streets, Seattle, W. T. QRS. A. * H. B. BAGLEY. Uomotopai hints, SEATTLE, W. T. DH. H. B. BAQLEY, LATE PROFESSOR OF Principles and Practice of Surgery In the Mtahlgan Central Medical College, will make Operative Surgery and Surgical Diseases a special t.and will attend to calls In any part of the *nnd. dl» DR. G. A. WEED, U'KQEON AND PHYSICIAN, SEATTLE, W. T. OFFIC* HOUR* IT OFFICE CM OUNIIUTNLII ITRWT, »"■' HARRU A ATTRLDGE'A DRUG FROM 10 •»> IT A. M., ML R«*KLI»NOE. EORUER OF L(ADL*>U AN J •»*OTNL •TRTNUI. FRUUI 1 TO I R. U. DENTISTRY. J. P. OH.VHHK. DF-NTUTI . OF INKEOL CO* IN STUN* * 1 *I *TT'» NRW BUILD ING ONOUTTUURN-LKL RTTWT. ALL WORK C |BJ> J. S. MAGGS DONTLBT, OPFICE, MILL STREET, ®*4OlE AND RIME • HTORE, EAST OF OC CIDENTAL HOTEL. R». A. O. F. D^!? T WARTLLNILTON. NO. ijm. ANCIEHT **DER UF FORT'HUIN, BOLD* IT# TNEETINGE AT HALL EVERY NEOOND AND FOURTH MONDAY L» ■«I»ONTL». , •• MENIBERA OF TBA ORDER LA GOODGE TAINTING ARE INVITED TO ATTEND, OF THE COURT. JOHN B. ANDERSON. PU6ET FOUNDRY i WHITE & TEN NY •CCCEASOFTS TO J. R. * T. WILSOE. A t i*2 tD§ 0F IRON AMD ITHASS CAST- ** T ** N FRAOCJAOO PTIEEI. ALL PART, OF THE BOUND WLL BE TILED W F HUMPTN— AND DIAPTEFA. A|FLNIT California Sketches. MY RACE FOR I.IFR. I was riding along the Tuolumne river one Rummer afternoon, when I came upon a camp of Mexicans, some ten or a dozen in number. The day bad been unusually warm. No, that is not the word; it was hot, sweltering hot, and I felt tired and worn out with my long ride and hard exertions. In fact, my condition was such that I de termined to accept the proffered hos pitalities ot the Mexicans rather than travel eight or ten miles to town. 80, taking the saddle off ••Gringo," my tough little mustang, 1 staked him ! out and rejoined the p»rty, a portion of whom were employed getting some thing to eat. They did not appear to notice my presence particularly; treat ing me. however, with the marked politeness which they generally bhow to strangerj. Hut one among them could speak English, and from him 1 learned that they were miners that had come from an adjoining country in search of better diggings. On the way a quarrel had arrisen between two of the r,arty about that fruitful cause of men's troubles—a woman. Antoiue, iny inform&ut, stated to ine that be had tnado every effort to stop tbe difticuly without effect, and now it wai proposed to tight it out early in the inoruiug with bowie knives. My arrival, Antoine stated, had caused them gome uneasiness, us I waa looked upon an an oflioer of the law; and they were even now deciding what to do, although the general idea wat to post- I pone the coiuhat until I bad taken my i departure. Here, thought I, is a chance for we to play )>eace-makfr; aud there and then, my work began. The aggrieved parties were brought together, and the folly and madness of proceeding to ex tremes strongly represented. My eloquence prevailed, mutual explan ations followed, tbe Mexicsns shook hands, and friendship was fully restor ed. After this we all felt in such good humor that the bottle passed freely, aud I fear that more than one of our number swallowed a little too much of the ardent. At all events, my head appeared to have attained a remark ; able growth the next morning. During the evening, however, one of I tbe Mexicans—a big swarthy fellow, with an ugly scar on hi* nock—evinced rather an unusual interest in a piece of property belonging to mc—namely a large six-shooter with au ivory haiiJle and handsomely mounted. Twice he requested me to let hitn see it, and his ' eyes fairly danced with pleasure while l examining and handling the l>eautifui weapon. Time and again, through the., medium of the interpreter, he wanted to know how much I would sell it for; until worn out with his importunities, I at last consented to trade tbe revolv er for one he had, aud six ounces of gold dust in the bttrgaiu. Despite the effect of the brandy, of which 1 certainly had my full share, my sleep was disturbed and broken, and 1 awoke next morning, just as day was breaking, sick at mv stomach aud a racking headache. Looking around I ceuld see my com panions of the night whom 1 had left playing uionte, each wrapped in his. blanket, aud to judge frem the huavy broathing, all fast asleep. Having a loug day's ride before me, and feeling vexed an A disgusted with myself, I quietly arose and went out to where "Gringo" was doing bis best to get a square meal from the stunted and scortcbed grass within range of his tether. To blauket aud saddle bim was the work of a few minutes, and wo were soon galloping away, with out as much as saying good-by to a single one of tbe party. 1 had uot gone more than a mile or two, however, before I become concious that tome oue was riding hard in pur suit; or, at least, coming at a furious gate from the direction of tbe camp. A sharp beud in the road brought the horseman in full view, aud a glance served to show me it was none other than tbe ugly looking customer with whom I had swapped pistols the nigbt before. My first impression was to draw my six-«hooter. Hut, horror! I saw iuitantly it was not loaded! The . next movement was to stick tbe spirs into the flauks of poor Gringo, deter mined on a race for life. Looking buck, the swarthy Mexicau could be plainly seen, urging his horse with lash aud spur, while to add to my terror, be was brandishing mv white handled revolver ovor In* hevl in a most threatening manner. At last, in utter despair of escape. 1 threw mywdf from the saddle an<l sought safety by taking to the bush. Too late! too late! The Mexican with the hideous scar, aud his horse covered with foam, were upon me When within a few feet of where I atood how ever, lie suddenly jerked hi< hors<* back ou his haunches, and then a wild laugh rang through the woods, laid enough to be heard a mile away. The fellows eyes fairly roiled iu Ins head at be looked at me, while he shouted aud laugbttdas if bis sides would split. A few minutes sufficed to put thing* in their right light, although J could not s|»'aV * won! of Spauish, and he was almost equally ignorant of Eng!i*h He made me understand by words and signs that be bad lost all bis money playing tuonte the night before, and now wanted to sell me back my pistol for a couple of ounoes. He was awake when I got up, and intended to make the offer before my leaving. My sud den departure, however, prevented bis doing so, and he speedily jumped on the fleetest horse iu the lot and started in pursuit. Mortified and ashamed of utvself for having be«u so dreadfully frightened without cause, I gladly gave the fellow the money be a«ked for, and resumed the pousesaion of my revolver. He then aeeisted me to catch my hoarse, and ou taking leave I gave him to understand that if he wanted to be my friend for life b« must nsvtr say a word about this ad- j veuture. SEATTLE, WASHINGTON TERRITORY, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12, IS7S. MISCELLANEOUS. mira up mum. PACIFIC DIVISION. KALAMA TO TACOMA AMD TACOMA TO WILKESON, 'COAL MIXES.I MAIN LINE TRAINS. DAILY. (EXCEPT BUNDAYS). LIATX I a »«m <»Uun» 11 M A. M ftcoms SfldP.M. Tacoia* 7DO i. it. j Kilimi 1230r.1t PUYALLUP ROAD TRAINS. LIATB j AftftlVE Ttrom* 6:45 a. U. i Wllk««ou 9:00 a. m. Wilke««u 33u r. m. j Tacorn* 5:50 r. tt. CONNECTIONS. At TACOMA, with Pacific Hail Steamships for Victoria aud Han Francisco, aud with Sound Htea/uers tor Seattle. Steilacoom, Olympia, and all points on Paget Bound. At Lake View, with Stage for Steilacooia. At Tenlno, with Stages for Olympia. At Kalauia with O. 8. N. Co.'s boats fur Port land and all points on the Columbia river. At Portland, on Wednesday and Saturday at 6 a. M. with steamers for Port Townaend, Victoria, Nanalino. New Westminster and Fraser River. Through Tickets for sale at Principal Offices of the Company, and at the Office of the O.S. N. Co. In Portland. Oregon, to Victoria and Seattle, and via P. M. 8. 8. Co.'s Steamships from Tacoma, and 0. 8. 8. Co. and P. C.B. 8. Co.'s steamships from Portland to Ban Francisco. Through 'Tickets to Portland, Oregon, for sale at Victoria, Seattle, Tacoma and Tenino. 8. A. BLACK. Oeneral Superintendent. W. WAYNE VOGDEB, Oeneral Ticket Agent. W. H. prMPITREY, Ticket Agent at Be%ttle, W. T. octal NORTHERN TRANSPORTATION CO.'Y Carrying the U. S. Mails. THE STEAMER J. B. LIBBY ÜbtfHL Capt. Brlttain.of the above Com pany, will leave Seattle every MONDAY, at 7 o'clock, A. M.. for Whidby Inland. Utsalady. La Conner and Whatcom ; and every FRIDAY for Whldby Island, rtsalady and La Conner; return ing ou Wednesdays and Saturdays. THE htkameb dispatch. iiMdHb Capt. Monroe, will Heave Seattle every THI'RSDAY EVENING, at 10 o'clock, for Port Townaend, San Juan Island and Semi ah moo. tetnrnlug on Sundays. For freight or passage apply on board. J. 0. JJRITTAIN. Seattle. April 3T, 1877. ap27-d*wtf M V O V 1! 8 Almost (liven Away! EXTRAORDINARY NOTICE. Rr some means a letter sent by us to San Francisco was one mentb in reaching ts dsstl nation; so my stock of Stovea are i out twe months too late. Now I have .A- X-. L KINDS Aud as I do not wish to carry this stocg into the neit year. I will aell the same Cheap, for Cash Osl! soon and make your selections. T. P. FREEMAN, Pioneer Variety Store, Seattle. d&-dtf LA CONNER DRUG STORE! A FULL SUPPLY OP ALL THE DRUGS, MEDICINES, Ac., I avially kept in a first-class Drag Store, constantly on haad, together with a Large Stock of PAINTS, OILS AND VARNISH! Also, tbe very best quality af CIGARS AND TOBACCO, Coustantly on hand. La Conner W. T. nove-dawtf . CHAS. H. WELLS SHIPPING & COMMISSION MBRCHANT 40 California Stmt, SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. Orders for the purr base or sale of Produce. Merchandise, Ac., solicited and promptly filled. Liberal <aab advances made on c-ouaigaiasnts. AGENT FOR THE Pop! Soond Line of Sailing Vessels um BY rosnaioi re Lioyd Tevis. Eeq.. Prsat Wells. Fargo A Co/s Bank. J.-Vo J. Valentine. Esq.. General Superintendent Wells. Kargo * Oo.'a Express. G. W. Esq.,Pres't Granger's Bank of Cal ifornia. * . Tboa. Flint, Eeq . Pesst California Fsrmata Mutual Firs Insurance Association. I. <i. Gardner. Esq.. Ttce Preat eat and Manager California Fanners' Mutual Fire laaarance As sociation. Schwatecher Broe. A 00. Dan ban.. Carrtgan A 00. Huesey. Nickel A 00. Hass Brothers. Taber. Ha* her A 00. dIS-dawtf HOTELS, Ac., AMEBIC AN HOUSE HEAD OF YESLER'S WHARF, Seattle, W. T. j Thia houae baa been thorough 1 j renovated and I pat to flr*t-c teas order for the accommodation of , the traveling public. j Bo#rd and Lodging from to 6 prr wrrk Metis ltd Bfd* l> fro Is. f EDWARD JOHNSON, Proprietor. No Chinamen Employed. Jefidtf. OCCIDENTAL ■■ r jr MJ SEATTLE, W. T., ~~ : It O AK I) AND LO D O I N O AT M ODEIUT E RATES. This is the Largest Hotel North W San Francisco, And 1* PIR.ST-CLASS lii all Rvsjk'ols. FREE COACH Til AM) FROM THE HOUSE. JOHN COLLINS & CO., jel " PROPRIETORS. EUREKA LODGING HOUSE. % Mill Street, opposite the Occidental. Open All STlgiit. | Beds 25 to 50 cents Special il&tea by the week. Andrew Pflaum. jei-dtf NEW ENGLAND H €» TP JTC WJ Corner Commercial & Main Sfs., Seattle, W. T. THE NEW ENGLAND!:?»» and Iti Accommodations for f*iullle« are unsui pa—ed. Thia House la NEWLY BUILT, la HARD FIN. ISHED throughout, haa large and well furnished Rooms, and first elaaa board, on the European M*lan % eaa be had at moderate prices. Best Hotel in the City. L. C. HARMON, ml-tf. Proprietor. CLARENDON HOTEL. PORTLAND, OREGON. Zieber & Knowles, Prop's Situated opposite all the Railroad and Steam, ahip Olßoea. Street ear* pass the house every five minutes. Free Coach to and from the House. n2t.-dwljr PUGETSOUNDSTONEYARD _ M. J*. O ATIKTTFTK II tke llrad of Yeiier i Wharf, SEATTLE. Evet? variety of Cemetery Work executed In Marble and all other Stone, with neatness and dispatch. AUe.allkindaof Maeona Building Material kept for the market. Also, ageat for the sale of the San Jean Lima. All older* promptly SUad. and satisfaction guar ilssl Hnkilteo Beer! #■ \ llam *Ade i ls Appearance, And ta Pronounced by all who try it. IJ A>» On the Sound ! i TR Y IT. 4 -ovS-laWtf MISCELLANEOUS. ___ __ L P. SMITH & SON, WATCH MAKERS. JIIILLEIS —AND ENGRAVERS DEALEIIS IX , American and Swiss Watches FIXE JKWKLKY. SILVERWARE AND CLOCKS. GOODS SKN r TO AST PA*T OK THE BOI'MD C. O. D. i *r Wat. h and Clock Repairing done aa usual, at moderate pnct-a, and in a satisfactory luauner, at the old »>taud. Front Street, Seattle. W. T. ap6-dtf Public Pleasure Garden, AT RENTON, Will be open oil HHtuUy* froai 10 A. M. to 7 r. M. and on week .lava any time on application. Flowers, Fruits, Ice Cream, Soda Water, all Kinds of Fancy Drinks, Confectionery, etc. Kept always on Land. Admittance, '.>s cent* ; large partita lead. W. P. Smith. •p'JJ<dtf For Tacoma, Steilacoom am. Olympia. TLt> >cw PaMenger Steamer nMlk MESSENGER ! CAPT. J. O. PARKER, WILL LEAVE SEATTLE EVERY Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday AT SKVEN O'CLOCK. A. M. frSl-dtf FOR SALE. A House and Lot! / CORNER L«)T, CoxlJO FEEr, CLEARKD AND V. fenced, with nine bearing fruit tree*. stuall ruita, straw berries, etc., and a ruutrug stream of water. Price $125, gold coin Title perfect. Apply to W. BTRRITT, my7<dlrn Front street. H. UHLFELDER, DEALER IN I'nnry (iuwls, Craekefy, Ulaß«wHre, TOIIIIIM'O, Clgnra, (■rufi>rie«i. Dir., t:t,\ rurrof Mill and Commercial streets. ootXl S. & W. W. R. R. fwr-j m* s&ffl SEATTLE JO RENTON, I >ASHENGER AND FKEIOUT CARS WILL 1 leave Seattle every day (Sundays excepted) at C H A. and 1 r. returning will leave Renton at 10 a. u. and 4 r. u. For freight or passage, apply at the Office of the Company at the Depot. J. M. COLMAN, ;yj-dswtf Geaeral Superintendent. Tlio Steamer Fanny Lako J S. HILL. - - MASTER, WILL LEAVE SEATTLE FOR Ontreville, ltsala«ly Skagit & Ka Conner EVERT Monday and Thursday. jolH-dawtr i " T. THOMPSON, PRACTICAL GUNMAKER, COMMERCIAL BTKEKT, OPPOSITE JENNINGS', •eatrut, w. r V"EW WORE MADE TO ORDER.-EEPAIR i iog *I si! desrnpti'*na neatly done. »J25 __ MISCELLANEOUS. Crawford L Harrington, IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS SEATTLE, "W". X. Have on hand a large and well assorted stock of (too,ls in their consisting of Foreign and Domestic Hardware and Cutlery Iron and Steel, assorted, Blacksmith and Carpenter Tools. Agricultural and Mining Implements. Crockery and CUaMsware, Paints A Oiln Hemp and Manilla Cordage, (irocerics and Provisions, jWinos, Liquor?, Etc. AGENTS FOR THE FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF LONDON, &C LjT rALIIOI COAL, FOR CITY TRADE, FUR SALE FROM WHARF CRAWFORD & It AI\RING TON Seattle. W. T. July lat, 1875. 1 ' MAMMOTH CLEARANCE SALE! FOR 30 DAYS Prior to the arrival of our IMMENSE SPRING STOCK From the East We Offer DII GOODS, CLOTHING, CARPETS, BOOTS AND SHOES, At a Reduction of Ten per Cent, for Cash. We make an allowance on all Cash in the above named Lines of Goods. COME EARLY AND OFTEN And Secure Bargains. SCHWABACHEB BROS. & CO Paget Sound Business Coßege, Cor. Front and Columbia Streets, SEATTLK. W. T. DESIGNED TO IMPART A THOROUGH ENGLISH EDUCATION, A COMPLETE BUSINKH* Training, and Practical Instruction in M kI«TU Laurfuet:"*, Correspondence, T< legraphy, etc. THE SCHOOL-ROOM AND COINTINOHOOM Are nnited apon a plan that aerure* to the student all the practical advantages of each. There is in operation a Banking House, witn Checks. Drafts, Notes. Bills of Exrhaxga, Certificate* of Depoelt. etc., folly illustrating the banking buainea*. The Hcboo!-R<v*tn is fitted np with Merchandising, Jobbing and Importing Fiu|M>riuuis, luaii ranee and General Banking Offices, Commission aa<l F<>rtanting Jlouaes, Etpress snd I'ost offices. F<»r rat ticu!ar*. apply or atfdreM * PUOET SOUND BUSINESS COLLEGE. J. H. MARSHALL, COMMISSION MERCHANT —AND PRODUCE RIKjUIiKH Foot of Hind*' Wharf. Hay Flour and Farm Produce ALWAYS CN HAND. Go<>,la reetlved on storage at rea*oual.le rate*. Freights collected and goods delivered «-rd»r ap-':<ttC NO. T.