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THE DAILY INTELLIGENCER
VOL. V.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
fiMM ttOHACOIT. JOflX LUIT
McNAUGHT & LEARY,
ATTOKN'KYS-AT-LAW,
SEATTLE, W T.
Also resident Agents of tha North British aud
Mercantile Home of M«w York and Phcanlx, of
Martford, Fire Insurance Com pan lea.
AUGUBT, 1871.
o. h. lakhabej. c. HAsnroßD.
T.ABBA WEB & HANFORD,
COUNSELLORS
—A*X>—
Attorneys - at - Law
SEATTLE. W. T.
Office next door to Dispatch Building.
dM-dly
D. P. JENKINS
Attornev-at-Law,
SEATTLE, - - W. T.
MBS. S. D. HEWES..M. D.
HOMCEOPATHIST.
lie if the Fint Lriv Grduito in Idifiie,
• *
offer* her aenrlceato the people of Seattle and
th* North Pacific Court.
Mm Doctor Ilewtw *omM Weat after ten year*
of constant and aucceaaful practice. Will open
her h<>oae to the »lck. Mothem can find a hoiue,
with the l*-«t ft* ical attendance during confine
ment. an 1 patient* for genera! medical treatment.
Will treat the aick by letter, and fill order* for
Vedictnehy mail or expreaa.
Heal DEUCE OD Union street, between Fourth and
Fifth. myW-dwtf
IIK G.V.C.4LHOUN,
Soattlo, W. T.
oti. e No. l, OiHpatch Building, oppoelte Occi
dental Hotel.
DR. A. BERTHIER
FRENCH
PHYSICIAN AMI MIB\
COMMERCIAL STREET,
Oppoelte U. S. Hotel, Seattle, W. T.
Ofllce Houra from 'J to 11 A M; 1 to :i, and 7 to
• r. m.
D. W. STARKEY, M. 0.
HOMCEOPATHIC
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office over Krauenthal'* «tore, earner of Coin
luerclal and Mill streeta, Seattle, W. T.
QRS. A. & H. B. BAGLEY.
liomctopathist u,
SEATTLE, W. T.
| \ It. H. B. BAOLEY, LATE PROFESSOR OF
I / Principle* and Practice of Surgery in the
ML-Lltfan Central Medical College, will make
Operative Surgery and Surgical Diseaaea especial
t;, and will attrud to call* in auy part of the
c<und. <!!•
DR. G. A. WEED,
M'KUKON AND PHYSICIAN,
BKATTLE, W. T.
Office lloura at office ou Commercial street,
o\er Harris A Attrldge's Drug Store, from 10 to
17 A. ft.. and at retidSnoa, corner of Madison and
S M4id streets, from 1 to 8 r. if.
DENTISTRY.
J. 0. GRASSE. DENTIST, OF
MCS flea In Stone k V -rctt s New Build
vOTny lag on Commercial street. All work
gaarantssA.
nj.S. MAGGS
Dentist,
OFFICE, MILL STREET,
Iver Sa i le and Harne a Store. EAST OF OC
CIDENTAL HOTEL. rW.
A. O. F.
CVJI'KT WASHINGTON, NO. i.Wtt. ANCIENT
/ Order of Koieaters. holds l»e meetings %t
kniuir Hall every mctmJ and fourth Monday iu
••eh m nth.
All Member* of the Order in good standing are
"rtato invited to attend.
"f oejer of the Oourt.
•U-St? JOHN S. ANDERSON. «ee.
fUBET FOUNDRY i
WHITE & TEN NY
H'CCESSORS TO J. F. k T. WILSO*.
A LL UXDB OF IRON AND BRASS CAST
• » In#* ton* it San Frauctaco jirlcw.
on lM»fpoaj til part not the Sound wll b«fll!ed
•h6 p*<M&ptn«m and dtcpatch. ap®-d<«
W PHOTO-CHROHIi
—OR—
Oil Miniature!
is painted BY
mjm mm mc
v tLI* durabl* and ln«p*ual»*.
*** Uleel *nd finest production of th«
™**<*Taphtc Art.
r*ii mij tb#m at tbe gxvDIO on
COXMIUCIAL STREET.
Moore, photo.
Only a Baby's Grave.
Only a baby's grav*-'
Some foot or two, at the most,
Of star-daisied sod, yet I think that (jod
Knows what that little grave
cost.
I
Only a baby's grave !
To children even so small,
That they sit there and sing—so small
a thing
Seems scarcely a grave at all.
iOnlv a baby's grave !
Strange I how we rroan and fret
For a little fiace tfcat wa« here such a
»p<»
0 mere Strsage, could we forget!
Only a taby's yave !
Did we rnetOTwt grief by (his,
Few trars were O Wm our haby dead,
1 knfhv ft6hpp*ey Tell on this.
Only a liaby's grave !
Will the little, life |>e much
Too small a gem for His diadem,
\Vh«»se kingdom is made of such?
Only a baby's grave! *
Yet often we come and sit
liy the little atone, and thank God to
own
We arc uearer heaven for it '
Btick to Your Bush.
The secret of the ruao who got rich by
'Sticking to hi* bush' will bear repet
ition even in the** times. In answer
to a question how he became HO very
successful, he told the following itory;
I will tell yon how it was One day
when I was a lad, a party of boys and
firls were going to pick black berries,
wanted to go with them, but was
afraid father would not let me. When
I told him what was going on he at
once gave me permission to go with
them I could hardly contain myself.
I rmhed into the kitchen, got a bas
ket, and asked mother for a luncheon.
I had tho basket on my arm and was
just going out at the gate when iny
father called ine I tack. He took my
hand and said in a very gentle voiee.
'Joseph, what are you geiug to do*'
To pick berries,' I replied.
'Then, Joseph, I want to tell you
one thing. It is this ; When you find
a pretty g<»ol buah, do not leave it to
se**k for a better one. The other boys
and girls will run about picking a little
here and a little there, passing a good
dual of time, and getting but a few
berries.'
I went and had a capital time. No
sooner hud one found a bush than he
called all the rest, and they left their
several places, and ran otf to the new
found treasure. Not content more
than a minute or two in one olace.
thuy rami'led ail over the whole
pasture, got very tired, and at night
had very few berries.
My lather'* words kept running in
my fin, fa lid I '.stuck to the bush.'
Wheu I it ml (lout! with ono I found
another, :iu<] finished that, then I took
another. When night came I had a
banket full of lipe berries, more than
all the others put together and was not
half so tired us they were. I went
home happy. Hut when I entered 1
found my father had been taken ill.
He looked at my basket full of ripe
blackberries ami said: 'Well done,
Joseph. Was I not right when I told
you to always stick to your bush *'
He died a few days after, and I had
to make my way in the world as bust I
could. But my father's words sank
deep into my miud, and I nevor forgot
the experience of that blackberry j
party —'I stuck to my bush.' When I
bad a fair place and was doing toler-;
ably well, f did not leave it and spend |
weeks and months seeking oue I
thought might b* a little t>etter.
When other young men said, 'Come
with us and we will make a fortune in
a few weeks,' 1 shook my head and
, stuck to my bush. Presently tuy em
ployers offered to take me into business
with them. I stayed with the old
house until the principals died, and
then 1 had everything that I wanted.
The habit of sticking to my bush led
people to trust me and give me a char
-1 after. I owe all 1 have to this uiotto:
Stick to your bush.'
A couple belonging to oue of the
coast towns of Fife, who had beeu
but a few months married, took ad
■ vantage of the railway to Edinburgh
to see the ceremonial at the laying of
the foundation stoue. The young wife
proposed staying a few day# with her
friends in Edinburgh, but it wis neo
ccssary that her husband ihould pro
ceed home ward by the bout on Satur
day morning. To try the strength of
his helpmate's affection, he remarked
that he 'doutit the boat wad be sae
heavy laden that they wad a' gang to
the bottom.' 'Dae ye think sae!' res
|H>n«lcd his affectionate partner. 'Then
John Anderson, ye had bettrr leave t?»e
i key of the house wi' me.'
Two young attorney* were wrang
ling for a l» n-: time before Judge unox
of Virginia. Saturday, over a point of
law. Hi* Honor renaered his decision,
and the sprig who had lost imprudent
ly remarked; 'Your Honor, there is a
growing opinion that all the f>>ol> are
not dead vet.' 'Certainly,' answered
the court, with unruffled good butuor.
•I quite agree witb you Mr. lllaiik. and
I congratulate you upon your healthy
1 appearance.Gi> I Hi i .Now*.
THE PLEASURES or MEMORY.— Mrs.
Henpeck—'How stupid that you can
not reooUeet when Mr?. Major Shouter
S called'' Mr. Henpeck— 4 I—l know it
! was the d*y yoo hit me with the camp
stool ' Mi.<. n .Then it was on Fri
day.' Mr. H.—' 'No. no; that was the
day you threw the teapot at me.'
A Cincinnati physician sued another
man sunply tor calling hiu>, on a
postal card 'A liar, a quack, a thief, a
murderer, a raacal, a villian, a forger, a
perjurer, an ignoramus, a pretender,
and a general beat '
SEATTLE, WASHINGTON TERRITORY, TUESDAY. 41 WE IS, IS7S.
MISCELLANEOUS.
MlfklVrOSll 4 REEVES
REAL ESTATE
—AND -
Abstract Office.
*• kiTi the Only
Complete Abstract ol Titles to
Lands in Kin£ County,
Awl Miki a SpseUlJ of Foniiabißg ABjTTBACTS
To Purchasers of Real Estate:
Be Carafe! to have a Good Title.
tST A GOOD TITLE BEQUIIiES,
1. That a Chaia of Title be direct and perfect.
That no Dower Intereata are outatanding.
3. That there are no Mortgages.
4. That there are no Mechanic#' Liana.
5. That there are no Attachment Lieu*.
f-. there are no Tax Title*.
7. Thai there are no Liena by Execution on
Judgment** of C<>urta of this Territory or the
United States.
8. If ever deviled by Will, that the tame wan
duly Probated.
9. If the property has ever been aold at Sber.
ifTa, Executor'a, Administrator's, or Guardian'*
Ha!e. or under decree ef Partition, that the Pro
oedinga are regular.
A Government Patent, aigned, sealed and de
llvered, constitutes the only positive e*i leuce of
the tranafer of Title from the United Bute* to
the Purchaser.
MONEY TO LOAN
OQ Flrat-claa* Rea Eat ate Security.
If you want to Buy. Hell, or Exchange Securi
ties girt us a call.
MACKINTOSH k REEVES.
Beattie, W. T.
immii pacific uiuiu.
PACIFIC DIVISION.
KALAMA TO TACOMA
AND
TACOMA TO WILKESON,
(COAL MINES.)
MAIil lii Miii IIIAIIM O.
DAILY, {EXCEPT SUNDAYS).
UtArX I AJULTTE
KtUiua 1130 A. M. Tscoms SAO P.M.
Tacoma. 7:01) A. M. | Kalama 12:30r. M
PUYALLUP ROAD TRAINS.
I.KATE | ARSITI
Tacoma 6:45 A. M. I Wttkeeon ....900 a. M.
Wilkeeon.... 3:30 r. n. j Tacoma 3:50 p. m.
CONNECTIONS.
At TACOMA. with Pacific Mall Steamships for 1
Victoria aud San Francisco. and with Soand
Steamers tor Seattle. Stellaroom, Olympia, and
all pointa on Puget Soand.
At Lake View, with Stage for Steilacoom.
At Teuino, with Stages for Olympia.
At Kala.na with O. S. N. Co.'s boats for Port
land and all points on the Colombia river.
| At Portland, on Wednesday and Setordsnr at 6
A. M. with steamers for Port Townsend, Victoria,
Nanaliuo, New Westminster and Eraser River.
Through Tickets for sale at Principal Offices of
the Oompsny. an<l at the Office of the 0.8. N. Co.
In Portland. Oregon, to Victoria and Seattle, and
vie P. M. S. S. Co.'s Stesmshipe from Tacoma,
and O. S. S. Co. and P. C. S. A. Co.'s stesmshipe
from Portland to San Francisco.
Through Tickets to Pertland, Oregon, for sale
at Victoria, Seattle. Tacoma aud Teuino.
8. A. BLACK.
General Superintendent,
W WATNE VOGDEB.
General Ticket Agent.
W H. PT'MPIIREY, Ticket Agent at Setttls,
W. T. oct3l
CH AS. H. WELLS
(SHIPPING & COMMISSION
MERCHANT
40 California Street,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
orders for the purchase or sals of Produce.
Merchandise. Ac., solicited and promptly filled.
Libera! cash advances made on constgaasftts.
AGENT tor THE
PsEet Sound Line of Saflim Vessels
atrna BY riunwiox re
Lloyd Te»is. Esq., Prea'l Wells. Farg* k Co.s
J< huV Valentine. General Superintendent
Wells, Fargo Ie Oo.'e E*press.
G. W. Colbr, Ee* .Pree t Granger's Bank of Ca!-
tfornls. . , _
Th>»*. Fitnt, Esq., Pree't California Farm era
Mutual Fire laaurance Association.
I. <». Gardner. Esq., Vtce Preei tent and Menaicer
J California Farmer*" Mutual Fire Inearasos Ae
i aociation.
Schwabacher Broe. A Co.
Dnnhaa.. Oarrttfsu A Co.
H iwey. Nickel A Co.
HAM ilrothera.
T»i«er, Ha. hr A CV» JlO-dawtf
W. H. LLEWELLYN & CO,
Books and Statioaerv,
PHOTOGRAPH
AND.
Autograph Album*.
FANCY ARTICLES. SC.
Tobacco and Cigars.
FRONT STREET.
OPPOSITE ODD FELLOW*' llAlk.
myV-dtf.
HOTELS. 4c.,
AUEKI( V\
HOUSE
HEAB OF YESLER'S WHARF,
Seattle, W. T.
This house has been thoroughly renovated aud
pot in first-class order for the accommodation of
the traveling public.
Board and Lodging from to 6 per wrek
Meals and Beds li em Is.
EDWARD JOHNSON,
Proprietor.
No Chinamen Employed.
jeMdtf.
OCCIDENTAL
■■ «» r jp »:
i
i SKATTI.K, W. T..
j
HOARD AND LODOING AT
MODERATE RATKS.
This is the Largest Hotel
North of San Francisco,
And Ih
FIRST-CLASS
In all Resorts.
FREE Cllll'll TO AMI FROM THE IIOI'SE.
JOHN COLLINS & CO..
jel PROPRIETORS.
EUREKA LODGING HOUSE.
Mill Street, opposite the Occidental.
Opon All
Bods 25 to 50 cents
*J|'V W»VW*J MJI tut if WVUi
Andrew Pflauru.
je4-dtf
NEW ENGLAND
JHE
Corner Commercial \ Main St*.,
Seattle, W. T.
THE NEW ENGLAND!■.?»»
and Me aeconamodationa for famlliea are ttnaui
piHtd.
Thla BOOM la 2VKWLT BUILT, la HARD FIN.
IIHED throughout, haa large and well furnished
Rooca, and ft rat elaaa board, on the
European Plan,
caa be bad at moderate prlcea.
Best Hotel in the *City.
L. C. HARMON,
inl-tf. Proprietor.
CLARENDON* HOTEL,
PORTLAND, OREGON.
Zieber & Knowlcs, Prop's
Situated opposite all the Railroad and ttteam
ahip Olßcee. Street ears paaa the house every
a ve minute*.
Frea Coach t* and froui the House.
a2t»dwly
PUGETSOUNDSTONEYARD
M. J". OA T1 H-CUiK.
it thr Hnd*( fttltr'i Wharf. SEtTTLE.
£ TaT variety of Cemetery Work executed In
Marble and ell other Stoue, with neatneee and
dU kind* o* Meaonn' Boildiaf Material kept
- for the market.
Aleo atfent for the tale of the Su Jr.an Lime.
411 order* promptly filled, and artefact 100 fnar
•ateed.
T. THOMPSON,
PRACTICAL
GIINMAKER,
COMMERCIAL STREET.
OPPOSITE JEXXINGS'
atATTUS, W. T
X T£W WORK MADE TO ORDER.—REPAIR
«-N »■! »•> *>errt»tlnqa neetly done. my?.i i
MISCELLANEOUS
L P. SMITH I SON,
WATCH MAKERS.
JEWELLERS
ENGRAVERS
DEALERS IN
American and Swiss Watches
FINE JEWELRY.
SILVERWARE AM CLOCKS.
UOOD6 SI.SI TO ANV V.iKT OK f H£ SOOD C. O. D.
and Clock Repairing dime ap usual,
at u.>»d< rate prices, and in a satisfactory manner,
at the old stand. Front Street, Seattle, W. T.
apft-dtf
My Public Pleasure Garden,
AT RENTON,
Will be open on Bund*?* from 10 A. m. to 7 p. u.
ami on week Jays any time on application.
Flowers, Fruits, Ice Cream, Soda
Water, all Kinds of Fancy
Drinks. Confectionery, etc.
Kept always on hand. Admittance, 25 ceuta ;
large par tie* Iras.
W. P. Smith.
For Tacoma, Steilacoom an.
Olympia.
The New I'asaenger Steamer
ME S S E!N GE R !
CAPT. J. O. PAKKEIi.
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
AT SEVEN O'CLOCK, A. M.
Jy3l-dtf
FOR SALE.
A House and Lot!
/ lORNER LOT. COxlttt FEEI\ CLBARkD ANl>
V_,' fenced, with nine bearing fruit trees, Huiali
ruita, strawberries, etc., and a running stream of
water.
Price $125, gold coin
Title perfect.
Apply to
W. BURRITT,
iny7-dlm Front nirect.
H. UHLFELDER,
DEALER IN
Fnu«\>
rrocli<'r.v. ((Inwnnrr,
I'libiircn. CiKHn, l*ipe«*,
(■rurrrif*, Et«\
ruerof Mill am! Commercial atreetn. oct23
S.&W.W.R.R.
SEATTLE TO RENTQN.
OABBENGEK AND FREIGHT CARS WILL
X leave Seattle every day (Sunday* oxcepted)
atfiH A. and 1 t. if.; returning will leara
Ronton at 10 A. M. and 4 P. M.
For freight or paM>ai;e, apply at the Office of
the Company at the Depot.
J. M. CGLMAN.
jyi-dAWtf «J**eral Superintendent.
NORTHERN
TRANSPORTATION CO/V
Harrying the U. S. Mails.
* -«*T— 1 * THE STEAMER J. B. LIBBY
Capt. BrltUin.of the aU>ve Cum
Seattle every MONDAY, at 7
o'clock, a. m.. for Wbidby Inland, Utaalady. La
Conner and Whatcom ; and every FRIDAY for
Wbidby Uland, t'malady and La Conner; return
lcrf on Wednesday* and Saturdaya.
m THK BTEAMIR DISPATCH.
Capt. Monro*, will (leave Beatt e
evrry Till HMD AY EVESIXO, at 10 o'clock, far
Port Towcaend, San Juan laiand and Semiahinoo.
teturnlng on Sunday*.
For fretght or ya»>age apply on board.
J. C. BRITTAIN.
Seattle. April 21. 1877. ap»7-<Uwtf
Mukilteo Beer!
lias Made it» Appearance,
AIJ la Pronounced by all who try it.
M ■L.J m+z moM
TJ A>*
On the Sound jf
TRY IT.
•orVdittl
MISCELLANEOUS.
Crawford & Harrington,
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS
SEATTLE, "W. T.
Hare 011 lianj :i large aud well assorted stook of (lood* in tli.Mr line,
consisting of Foreign ami Points tic
Hardware and Cutlery
Iron and Steel, assorted.
Blacksmith and Carpenter Too In.
Agricultural and Alining Implement*.
Ooekery and Glamvare. Paint* A Oil*
Hemp and Manilla Cordage, (Jrocories and Provisions,
JWines, Liquors, Et<\
AGENTS FORTIUS
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF LONDON, &C
rALIiOI COAL, FOR CITY TRADK, FOR SAKK FKOM WHARF
CRAWFOIM) & 11AIM JINGTON
Seattle, W. T. Julj Ist, 1875. » V/H.
NIDI CLEARANCE SALE!
FOR 30 DAYS
Prior to \ !i<> arrival of our
IMMENSE SI*RI\(I STOCK
*
From the East
Uc OflVr
DM GOODS, CLOTHING,
CARPETS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
At a Reduction of Ten
per Cent, for Cash.
We make an allowance on all Cash Sah*s in th« above
named Lines of Goods.
COME EARLY AND OFTEN
And Secure Bargains.
SCHWABACHER BROS.* €0
Pnget Sound Business College,
Cor. Front and Columbia Streets,
HRATTLK. W. T
DF.HIONED TO IMP\RT A THOHOt'OI! RffOLMH EM'CATIOX. A COMFf.ETE BOHIMFHH
Training. and Practical Instruction la Mod*rn Languages, Corwp'Hideuve, 'lVifgraphr, *t«\
THE SCHOOL-ROOM AND COI NTINO-KOOM
Are united upon a plan thstaeoures to the student all the j racti.-al a J vantages of ea< h. There Is ic
<>l»eratlon a Banking House, with Ch* its. Drafts. Notes. Bills of EirhaLtiP.
Certiflratwi of Deposit. etc., fully illustrating th#- bankint? tiusinpse.
The Hchoo!»R>iom is fitted up with Merchandising. Jobbing and Importing Emporiums. I mot
ranee and Oeueral Banking Offl<-es, Commission aod For'csrdini* II E«prea« ami fv#t Olttre*.
For particulars, apply or addre-*
my2-d&wtf PUGKT SOUND BUSINESS COLLKCK
J. H. MARSHALL,""
COMMISSION MERCHANT
—AM»-
PROmX'K HjJKJW
Foot of Hinds Wharf.
Hay Flour and Farm Produce
ALWAYH CM HAND.
Gooda received on .turarfe at nsaaauable race* Freights rwllected and *oods Jdelirfmi
ordtr. •*>*«
NO. 12.

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