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VOL. V. PHOFI2SBIONA L CARDS. /AMES MCEAUOHT. JOBS LEAET McNAUGHT LEARY, ATTORNEYS-AT-I.AW, SEATTLE, W. T. Also resident Agents of the Xorth British and Mercantile Home of New York tad Phoenix, of Hartford, Fire Insarsnee Comptnie*. Acocsrr. urn. c. ■ LAa&Anr.E. c. *- ■Ajrvoax). LARRABEE & HANFORD. COUNSELLORS —A Attorneys - at - Law SEATTLE. W. T. Office next door to Dispatch Building. d23-dlj D. P. JENKINS Attornev-at-Law, SEATTLE, - - W. T. DR. T. C. MACKY, PHYSICIAN & SURUKON, I.A CONNER, W. T. novß MRS. S. 0. HEWES.-M. 0. HOMCEOPATHIST. Oof if tke Firsi Lidv ii 0 Offer* her sendees to the people of Seattle and the J'orth Picttc Ooeet. s Mis. Doctor H*<wm comes Went after ten jeers of constant end successful practice. Will open h» r hi'UM* to the tick. Mothers can find e home, with the b*«t '• *> leal attendance during confine, lueut.an ! patient* for general medical treatment. Will treat the sick by letter, and fill orders for Medicine by mall or express. Kesidence on Union street, between Fourth and Fllib. myW-dwtf UK C.V. CALHOUN* ft*oattlo, W. T. on.e So. 1, Otspatch Building, Opposite Occl dental Hotel. DR. A. BERTHIER FRENCH physicianm surgeon COMMERCIAL STREET. Opposite IJ. 8. Hotel. Seattle, W. T. Office Hours from 'J to 11 a. M; 1 to 3, and 7 to * r. M. D. W. STARKEY, M D. HOMtEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office over Fraueutbal's store, corner of Com mercial and Mill streets, Seattle, W. T. QRS. A. & H. B. BAGLEY. iiouiwopath SEATTLE, W. T. | vlt. H. B. BAOLEY. LATE PROFESSOR OF I / Principle* ainl Practice of Surgery In the Michigan Central Medical College. will make Operative Surgwry and Surgical l>iw«#e« a•peclal t;, and will attend to calls In any part of the *< und. dIV DR. G. A. WEED, >I'KG EON AND PHYSICIAN, SKATTLE, W. T. Office Hour* at oAca on Commercial atreet. over Harris k Attrldge'a Drug Store, from 10 to I.' A. M., and at residence, corner of Madison and b cond streets, from 1 to d r. H. DEN"TIBTRY. l. O.ORAHHE, DENTIST. OF flee In Stone k F *r»tt"a New Build f x*nl teed. oa J. S. MAGGS Dontißt, OVKI cK, MILL STKKK T, • \rt Sat Ir and Rama a Store, EAST OF OC CIDENTAL UOTKL. r*. A. O. F. I WASHINGTON. NO. S.»U. ANt'IENT * Ord*r ot Fore*t«r«. Uolda IU meetings at MvH<ui« Halt every second and fourth Monday in aai h tuonlh. A I Uemtm of the Order ta good'standing IN *ord tally invited to attend. By ordrr of tho Court. mll-dt.* JOHN 8. ANDERSON, »ec. PU6ET FOUNDRY i WIIITF. &TENNY •VOCESSOIIS TO J. F. * T. WILSoN \U KINDB OF I HON AND BRASS CAST* *®«*e at Han Francisco price*. **d,r»tfroiu all parts of the Bound wil be filled •Ha prom ptnea* aud diapatoh. apV-de a finished ROOMS With or Without Board. Apply at MRS. OELLERSON'S Owner of and Mari >n streets. ns^itf Patching Cement ]o°® J BHOEMAEER , S USE, tl 00 PER PINT L. A. TKEEN, splMOtavtf Ouinmerrtal e«reet. Postal Savings Bank. HOW THE KRITISH GOVERNMENT TAKES CARE OF THE PENNIES OP TIIE PEOPLE. Mr. Sikes, of tha Hudderfield Bank ing Company, in a paper read before the U ngresa, on Social Science, held at Bradford in IS6O, advocating the estab lishment «>f savings banks in connect ion with the money order department of the geueral post office said : the sub ject had more or less occupied the at tention of public uien since 1805, when Mr. Whitread made a proposition re lating to it. but Mr. Sike's plan was so clear and detailed, that the Postmaster General took the matter up. An act of Parliament was obtained in 1851. The Postmaster General is to act in con currence with the Treasury and the National Debt Commissioners. De posits not le*s than one shilling in amount may be made at any of the money-order offices or at such offices as the Postmaster General may appoint. Etch depositor is provided with a de posite b iok. Each depositor is ef tered in this book, aud is attest! by the re ceiving officer and the date stamp of his otllce. The amount received is reported on the same day to the Post master General. An acknowledgement of each deposit is transmitted to the depositor, and thu is to be conclusive evidence i»f his claim to repayment with icterest. The depositor is en titled to repayment of the whole or any [*art of the deposit on making demand in a prc.scribed form nt a/<y of the offices (not necessarily the one at which he made his deposit), within ten days, at furthest, after sendiug in the demand. The name of the depositor and amount paid in and returned are not to be dis closed except to the officials imme diately concerned. All monies are paid into and received back from tiie National Debt Office on the authority of the Postmaster General. Interest at two-and-a-half per cent is allowed on all deposits as noon as they amount to £l, but none on fractional parts of 11. Facilities are supplied by means of certification, for transferring deposit accounts from ordinary savings hank tj post-office savings bank, or tire-Term. All eajMsnses are refunded to the post offiee out of the deposit fund , and if there should be any deficiency the con solidated fund is to bear it. A detailed account of the proceedings is to bo presented anually to Parliment. The maximum sum depsited by any one person in oue year is limited to £3O. The deposit book, iu which the name address and occupation of the depositor is written, contiius minute printed directions for his guidance. The book contains a }>ocket, in which the re ceipts from the Postmaster General are rocomen»fed to be kept. The depositor pays nothing for the hook, aud nothing for postage for letters to and from the Postmaster General. A Lawyer's JokCH B.IMK ANECDOTES OF SIR OEoRGK RnSS, A NOTED ENGLISH PUNHTER [From the Solicitor's Journal, j His old fiiend, Mr. ltecket. Over taking him one day in Chancery Lane, observed, "1 thought it was you, Sir George, walking so fast up to South nmptotrbuildinfcs." 'Ah' ycu know the Uose by the stalk *' At the master'? office yne of his chrka cauia into his room, exceedingly angry at the loss of bis overcoat, which ho uiore than suspected had beeu stolen by an attorney's clerk who was in at tendance upon some cause then coining before Sir (Jeorge as master. 'Well, well, Harbridge,' remarked the invete- j rate joker, 'if the suit's defective we can't proceed.' When he wa*! appointed one of the four judges of the (now extinct) Court Review, he came to Lincoln Inn with his colleagues to be sworn in Some friend congratulating him on his access of dignity, he observed, 'Yes! here we are, you see—four by honors.' Dining on one on asioti with the late Lord LangJale, his koat was speaking of the very diminutive church in Lang dale, of which his lordship was patron. 'lt is no bigger,' said Lord Langdale, •than this dinning-room.' 'No,' re turned Sir <»eorge, 'and the living not half so good.' A friend who had been appointed to a judgeship in one of the colonies, wts long afterwards describing to Ross the agonies he hud suffered on the voyage out from tea-sickneas. Sir (ieorgo lis tened with much interest to the recital ! of his friend's sufferings, and then said in a tone of deep commiseration, "It's a great mercy you did not throw up your appointmeot.' One of hi% fri*ad* at the b who had excellt nt teeth at nearly seventy years of age. was complimented on them by Sir Ororge. "Mv father wss equally fortunate,' was the reply 'and these are mine br iuht ritance.' 'Anil these,'said Sir George. tapping his «* t, 'are mine by purchase!' Grant in Turkey 1118 K.S I'l MA K OK TIIF COMPARATIVE ABILITY OF COFKDERATS GENERALS. [Private Letter in Norfolk Virginia J I jlvsse* once more ploughs the .vgean, but not to the of Troy— Ulysses, the father ot Jesse. not of Tcletnachus, and hust>and of Penelope, ti Ant came on the \ andalia and WAS received !»▼ the Turk* with as much distinction ** their distracted con dition would permit State caique* and carriages att«*nde I him ; dinners and reception* were given without end 1 am sure his hardest trial was in re fusing the Sultan's Arab horse. It is said he was one <»f the sacred breed, which the Imperial family alone are allowed to mount. They are most ma jestic aud splendid to look upoa, an-! as Grant is passionately fond of korsea I appreciated how hard the necessity which made him refuse. hile on the Vandal la (Jrant discussed the war and gave his opinions of his opposeuts most liberally. H« looked upon Geu Joseph K. Johnson as the ablest on the SEATTLE, WASHINGTON TERRITORY, MONDAY, JINE 17, IS7S. Southern side. Lee, he says, had a splendid genius and thoroughly under stood the theory of war. These opin ions wili, I am &ure, be counter to those of future historiant. Already Shiebert, of the Royal Prussian Engin eers, has «hown what a host 'Stone wall' was and how his ehieftan felt his loss. MISCELLANEOUS. IOITIU nant HIM. PACIFIC DIVISION. KALAMA TO TACOMA - AJTD TACOMA TO WILKESON, (COAL MINES.) MAIN LINE TRAINS. DAILY, (RXCRPT SUNDAYS). LKAVK I AEETVK Kalarns 1120 a. u. I Tacoma 5300 P.M. Tacoma 7:00 a. m. j Kalams 1330P.M PUYALLUP BOAD TRAINS. leave | AEarn Tfomi 6:45 a. m. t Wilkason ...,9,-00 a. m. Wilkeson.... 3:30 r. m. j Tacoma 5:"»0 p. m. CONNECTIONS. At TACOMA, with Pacific Mall Steamship* for Victoria and Han Francisco, aud with Soon* Steamer* lor Seattle. Bteilacoom, Olympla, and Ell points on Puget Sound. At Lake View, with Stage for Stailacoom. At Tenino, with Stages for Olympis. At Kslaaia with O. S. N. Cc.'s boats for Port land and all points on the Columbia river. At Portland, on Wodnesdsy End Saturd«y at 6 a. *. with steamers for Port Townsend. Victoria, Nanaiino. 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 Victorls and Seattle, and via P. M. S. S. Co.'s Steamships from Tacoma, and O. S. S. Cj. and P. C. 8. rt. Co.'s steamahips from Portland to San Francisco, Through Tickets to Portland, Oregon, for sale at Victoria, Seattle, Tacoma and Tenino. 11. A. BLACK. General Superintendent, W. WAYNK VOOfIBS. General Ticket Agent. W. K. PT MPriREY, Ticket Agent at Saattla, W. T. octal CHAS. H. WELLS SHIPPING & COMMISSION MERCHANT 40 California Street, SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. Orders for the purchase or sale of Produce, Merchandise, Ac., solicited and promptly filled. Liberal cash advances made on consignments. AGENT FOB THE PoietSoiM Line of Sailing Vessels IUU BT RXNUIMIOM re Lloyd Tevts, Esq., Pree't Wells, Fargo & Oo.'g Hank. John J. Valentine. Esq., General Superintendent Wells, Fargo & Oo.'s Expresa. G. W. Colbf, Esq., Pren't Granger's Bank of Oal ifornla. Thoe. Flint, Esq., Prea't California Fsrtnert' Mutual Fire Insurance Association. I. G. Gardner. Esq., Vice President and Manager California Farmers' Mutual Fire Insurance As sociation. Schwabacher Bros. A Co. Dnnhan., Carrigan A Co. Huseey, Nickel A Co. Haas Brother*. Tatter, Haehcr k Co. dlO-dawtf MARINE WAYS —AND— Ship Yard ! THE UNDERSIGN ED are now prepared to take Con- ijM. tracta for Building Ships °r Steamboats ; to haul SssL out the name on their New Ways, and makt all necesaary rt|>airs, such as Carpenter Work, Caulking, and Spar Making. 11l ILDKRS of SMALL BOATS, either Metallic or Wood. We have joat completed our NEW Murine Ways and Ship Yard, Ou tuo BEACH. near the old Seattle Coal Bunkers, And are ready to receive ordera. Bigelow, Tierney & Co. P. O Box U. ap23-dtf STEAMER WENAT. CApTAIN BAILEY. It PREPARED TO TAEE CHARTERS FOR TO IV ING RAFTS, OR DELIVERING Losing Camp Supplies and General Jobbing. To *uj and si! points ua Pug«t Sound en tiU trtbutiriM. Will make Regular Trips up WHITE RITER .luring boetiug »tage of the water Part ie« having freighting or toaing to do ail find they on charter th« Wenat as cheaply as any boat on tha Sound that can do the same work. BAILEY & KENNEDY. Seattle, liaj tib, IS?#. «lawtf ' HOTELS, Ac., AMERICAN HOUSE HEAD OF YESLER'S WHARF, Seattle, W. T. This house has been thoroughly renovated and I pat is first-class order for the accommodation of I the traveling public. Board and Lodging from *§ to 6 per week Meals and Beds ii cents, EDWARD JOHNSON, Proprietor. No Chinamen Employed. jeddtf. j OCCIDENTAL H «• TT Mj SEATTLE, W. T., BOARD AND LODGING AT MODERATE RATES. This is the Largest Hotel! North of San Francisco, And is FIRST - CLASS In all Res]n.'i'ts. FREE COAl'll TO AMI FROM THE lIOFSE.• JOHN COLLINS & CO., j«l PROPRIETORS. EUREKA LODGING HOUSE. Mill Street, opposite the Occidental. Open All mglit. Bods 25 to t5() cents ; Social Kates by the week. Andrew Pflauiu. j*4-dtr NEW ENGLAND JHL OTK Wj Corner Commercial & Main StH., Seattle, W. T. THE NEW ENGLAND and it* accommodations for families are unuui This BOOM it NEWLY BUILT, in HARD FIN HHP) throughout, hu Urge and well furnished Rooms, and first cleee board, on the European Plan* caa be had at moderate prices. IT I N T II K Best Hotel in Hie City. L. C. HARMON. ml-tf. Proprietor. CLARENDON HOTEL. PORTLAND, ORKOON. Zieber & Knowles, Prop's Situated opposite all the Railroad and Steam* ship Offices. Street ear* paes the houw every Ave ainutee. Free Coach te and from the H»UK. d%<4wlJ PUGETSOUNDSTONEYARD M. J. OAHKJ3EK. It the Head of Vftler'i Wharf, SEATTLE. Eve*? variety of Omrltry Work executed In Marble and all other Stun*, with neatne« and dispatch Also, all kludsof Mains' Building Material kept for the market. Aleo. agent for tbe eale of the San Jiiau Lime. ▲ll older* promptly filled, and satisfaction guar an teed T. THOMPSON, PRACTICAX COMAKER, COMMERCIAL STKEKT. OPPOSITE JENNINGS* •£ a f ri. k , w. T WORE MADE TO ORDER.-hEPAIR i J\ ia fe of all dencriptu*na neatly dour, uxjti MISCELLANEOUS L P. SMITH I SOX, WATCH MAKERS. JEWELLERS —AND ENGRAVERS DEALERS IN American and Swiss Watches FIJiK JKWEIiKY. SILVEBWARR AS!) CLOCKS. OOODS ■EST TO ANT PAkT OK IHK SOUND C. O. D. tF" Watch and Clock Repairing done a* usual, at moderate prices, and in a satisfactory manner, at the old stand. Front Street. Seattle. W. T. sp^dtf My Public Pleasure Garden, AT RENTON, Will be open on Snndav? from 10 a. m. t rt 7p. w. and on week jays auy time ou application. Flowers, Fruits, Ice Cream, Soda Water, all Kinds of Fancy Drinks, Confectionery, etc. Kept always on hand. Admittance, 25 cent* ; parti*** i< *» W. P. Smith. Kp'2"2-dsf For Tacoma, Steilacoom an . Olympia. Tlib New Passenger Steamer rHik MESSENGER ! CAP T. J. O . PAHKEK. WILL LEAVE SEATTLE EVERY] Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday AT SEVEN O'CLOCK, A. M. Jyol-dtf FOR SALE. A House and Lot! / CORNER LOT, 60*120 FEEI\ CLEARED AND V 7 fenced, with nine bsaring iruit trees, small ruits, strawberries, etc., and a runnng stream of water. Price f1"25, gold coin. Title perfect. Apply to W. BI'RRITT, my7-dlin Front mrect. H. UHLFELDER, DEALER IN (ioeda, froekery, (ilMaHnarf, Tobacco, (ivitra, Hipe<t, (•roeeriea, Kir., ruer of Mill and Commercial atroetc. octQ'i S. & W. W R R. SEATTLE TO RENTON. I >ASSENGEK AND FREIGHT CARS WILL 1 leave 8»-attle ev»»ey day (Sundays excepted) at AH A. v.. and 1 r. returning will leave Renton at 10 a. m. and 4 p. u. For freight or parage, apply at the Office of tbe Company at the Depot. J. M. COLMAN, jyV-dawU Oeaersl Superintendent. NORTHERN TRANSPORTATION €•.'¥ Harrying the U. S. Mails. « THE BTRAMEB J. B. Übfif BrttUlu.of the aboTO Com Padj, will i«*av* SMttle ®r*try MONDAY, at 7 o'clock, A. *.. for Wbidby laiand, I'taaiady, La o»nn<>r AND Whatcom ; and *TWJ FRIDAY for Wbidby Inland. I'taalady and La Cornier, return ing on Weduecdajk ai;d Saturdays. m J* THE BTKAMKB DISPATCH, 2£&HSC Monrt>«, wli jit-ave heatt « i>«r*ry THtkMDAY EVISI.IP, at 10 o'clock, for Port Tt«H-Mu»Rd, Han Juan Island and B**mlahmoo, teturning on Sunday a. Par freight or package ap*»l/ on bhard* J. C ÜBITTAIN. April 27. 1577. a>27-d*wtf Mukilteo Beer! lias Made its Appearance, And ia Pronounced by ail who try it, ij ty On the Sound I! TRY IT. •ovStUvtf MISCELLANEOUS. Crawford & Harrington, IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS SEATTLE, "W. T. Have 011 hand a large and well assorted snvk of tioods in their lino, consisting of Foreign and Domestic Hardware and Cutlery Iron and Shfl. aborted, KlaokHinith and Carpenter Tools. Agricultural and Mining Implement*. Crockery and (.lassMiirc. I'aint* Oil* Hemp and Manilla Cordage, (iroeeries and Provisions', jWinos, Liquors. Etc. AIiKNTS I'ORTIIK FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF LONDON, &C t-fT rALBOT COAL, FOR CITY TRADE, FOR SALK FROM WHARF CRAWFORD & HARRINGTON Seattle, W. T. J»lj let, 1875. * MAMMOTH CLEAMIE SALE! FOR 30 DAYS Prior to the arrival of our IMMENSE SPRIM>! STOCK From the East We Offer MI GOODS, CLOTHING, CARPETS, BOOTS ANI) SHOES, At a Reduction of Ten per Cent, for Cash. We make an allowance on all Cash Sales in the above named Lines of Goods. COME EARLY AND OFTEN And Secure Bargains. SCHWABAiIIEK BROS.& €0 Paget Sound Business College, Cor. Front and Columbia Streets, SEATTLK. W. T. DErtlrtJCH) TO IMPART A THOHOI'OH KNOLMII Kl>l7< ATION. A COMFI.ETF BmiSIRtM THE SCHOOL-ROOM AND CUI NTING-KOOM Are nnited upou ft piftn thftt««<.'iirf* to the •tudcnt *ll the practical *J vanUjit-s of mb. Ther* i« tb operation ft Bftnkin# House, with Cheeki, DrtfM, Xoten, Billi <>( Etehu.it*. Ortill< »t« of n*-j»j#it, etc., f.iHy ilhi«tr«ttDft th»- banking buMue**. Thr M» ho<.l-H"OUi In fitted up with M<*r< hftu-liffintf, Jobbing fttxl Importing Eiunoriuiu*. luftii ranee tu i General Btnking OflScee, Cotun»U*i<>u toil For i articular*, apply or addre** iny2-d&wtf PUOBT SOUND BUSINESS COLLKOK J. H. MARSHALL, COMMISSION MERCHANT AM) - proi>U€ 4 K nmmzAk liKM Fool of Hind*' Wharf. Hay Ploiir and. Farm Produce ALWAYH C'N UANP. G<«»li received on »t£rak« »t ri»i>nil>m raie«. Preipt U collected md go©d« ,dell*er«-<t order. •»>**« NO. 11.